BBC course to learn English language for the upper-intermediate level


BBC course to learn English language for the upper-intermediate level

This level of the course is concerned with teaching you grammar rules in a simple way.

You will learn the most difficult grammar in the least possible time, and you will also practice many examples that make you use what you have learned directly.

Units of the course:

The first unit (the third F-state):

The main point that you should learn in this unit is when to use (the third F-state) in all simplicity. The third case from the F rule is used (to express a previous situation that did not happen) and this is to explain it in a simple and very brief way.

Definition of basic rule:

In order to understand it, you must know the basic definition, but in other words, if you want to use the conditional sentence or a previous sentence, you can use it in a previous situation that did not happen and you wished it to actually happen.

The second unit:

Learning the English language mainly requires good reading, and this talent can be learned through your many experiences about the language and your knowledge of general news in general. The second unit is mainly concerned with the skill of reading.

The third unit (slang words):

You should be exposed to some vocabulary English language that’s used by the native speakers of the language. Which is called “Lingo Hack”.

To learn this vernacular, check out the latest news from BBC newscasts around the world and you will learn many basic words and phrases.

At the end of this unit you will answer some questions that put you to the test for knowing your ability to use slang words.

The fourth unit:

In this unit, you will learn many terms with many correct pronunciation rules for many words that you use almost daily, so follow this video of this unit with all focus until you learn the meaning of it. In simple terms, this video talks about a term called (terminology capture).

This term means that when you combine two or three words into one word. Or it shortens long words to a word or short expressions and gives the same meaning.

The fifth unit (The White Elephant):

  • This unit teaches you some completely new terms via TV drama in a simple form.
  • The first episode in this video talks about the opening of the White Elephant Restaurant.
  • The unit also includes some terms that you will learn.

That’s it:

Chill out:

Chill out. This expression is useful for relaxation, or as if you want to say no need to panic.

Keep your hair on:

This expression is useful for meaning, stop anger or annoyance, and calm down.

Don’t get your knickers in a twist:

This expression is used to mean not to be angry or upset about something that has already happened.

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