BBC free online course for the intermediate level
This course is considered the second part of the previous course, and it is for the lower intermediate level , which serves many learners and students.
Some of the vocabulary you will learn in this course:
- Compound adjectives.
- The adjective and adverb with the subject’s name.
- Use ages and numbers with names of people.
- Complex numbers, which start from number 21 to number 99.
- Also use the adjective and adverb with the noun.
- The use of adverbs and the manner of using the participle before the noun.
- Compound adjectives consisting of three or more words.
- Compound adjectives also contain derivatives of nouns.
- Use the subject’s name after or before the adverb.
- How to use Compound adjectives consisting of three words after the noun.
Units of the course:
The first unit (using commas while writing):
It is important to know when to use these connections and when not to.
The second unit (present tense):
You will be exposed to the study the present tense of all kinds, such as the present simple tense, the present continuous tense, the present perfect tense and the rest of the times of the present tense completely.
The third unit (temporary power of stores):
You will take a test which will test what you have read and what you know about the grammar of this unit and also there will be questions until you review the current present action forms in this unit.
The fourth unit (Expressive phrases and bargaining):
The most important course video because it deals with the study of something very important, namely expressive phrases in all daily situations and bargaining in the case of buying and selling in an easy way.
In this lesson you will listen to Jamaica and this is the first episode of the story that tells about a murder story, so what you have to do is focus during this video to get to know some of the phrases used by the owners of the native language until you restore them during your speech.
Some of the rules that you will study and practice in this course:
Present simple tense:
It is used to express the things that we do regularly and it is also used for facts, habits, cosmic facts or permanent situations in which we often use some expressions in them such as now, every day once a week on Fridays once a year and so on.
Present continuous tense:
The present continuous tense is used to express things that happen at the same time that a person speaks and it is also used for some temporary situations and so on.
Present perfect tense:
It is used for four things:
- If there have been some experiences in the past and I am telling you about them.
- If a story is without time and date because we often use his word always and forever.
- The previous and last measures taken by the human being are considered among the important things.
- Past situations that occurred in the past, but still occur.