Intermediate - level 4 (A2-4)
This level is designed for people who already have the skills taught in the Intermediate
Content - Intermediate 4
In this course you will cover Units 7 and 8, pp. 134 to 169.
Learn How To
* Explain a choice
* Make an hypothesis
* Express one’s anger/disapproval
* Express a purpose, wish and hope
* Express degrees of certainty
* Encourage someone
* Express a commitment
* Highlight one’s opinion
* Describe a change
* Write a formal letter and sponsorship letter
Society & Culture
* Collaborative consumption
* Participative commerce
* Living without money
* A millionaire in the Maritime Alps
* Local food bank
* Illiteracy in France
* Economic crisis
* Money and banking
* Social problems
* The cause and the consequence
* Indefinite determinants
* Hypothesis in present tense and in the imperfect
* The -ment adverbs
* The purpose
* The verbs produire and vaincre
* The passive form
* Double pronouns
class between June 28 and July 6
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Welcome in the Intermediate - Level 4 course!
The Intermediate - Level 4 course focuses on supporting a cause, expressing a goal, as well as telling about causes
Learn how to express an intention, a disapproval, some principles, or anger.
Learn how to tell about a goal, wishes, and commitment. Express various levels
You will also have the opportunity to learn how to write an official letter. Develop your vocabulary about statistics,
trade and finance, social issues, and also sport and health.
Study the passive mode, the adverbs ending in -ment, "déterminants
and "double pronoms".
In this course, you will cover Unit 7 and Unit 8, pp 134 to 169.
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