Intermediate English Course Develop Your Grammar and Skills

Intermediate (B1 and B2) level English language course for learners who want to improve their English to Advanced Level
Intermediate English Course Develop Your Grammar and Skills
File Size :
9.40 GB
Total length :
7h 43m

Instructor

Akın Demir

Language

Last update

Last updated 7/2021

Ratings

4.5/5

Intermediate English Course Develop Your Grammar and Skills

What you’ll learn

In this course, you will complete all the B1 and B2 Intermediate level English subjects.
You will learn B1 – B2 Intermediate Level English structures and their grammatical usage in different context and samples.
After watching each video lesson, you will do activities to review and reinforce the knowledge you have gained. Watch the videos and do the activities.
At the end of the course, you will be able to create sentences in English and communicate with foreigners easily.

Intermediate English Course Develop Your Grammar and Skills

Requirements

Take notes of the words and grammar explanations that we provide you. Write the meanings of the words in your own language.
Be prepared to do the activities at the end of each video.
The videos provide slow and clear explanations in English. Focus on the words you hear and it will help your listening skill.
Do not hesitate to ask questions. We are here to help you improve your English.
There will be lots of updates in the course including new videos, quizzes, and materials for reading and vocabulary.

Description

In this course, you will see B1 – B2 Intermediate Level English vocabulary and structures and their grammatical usage in different contexts and examples.With slow and clear explanations, you will learn fast and after watching each video lesson, you will be guided to do some activities to settle down the knowledge you have gained. You will just need to watch the videos and do the activities. In addition, you can note down the words that are used in the video explanations. Look up the dictionary to learn the meanings of the words in your own language.This course is the best fit for people all around the world, who are learning English as beginners or whose level is A1 or A2 Level. If you know some basic English and want to improve your skills to B1 – B2 Intermediate Level, this course will really help you a lot. After watching the videos and doing the activities, you will see the difference in your speaking and writing skills.To sum up, in this course, you will complete all the B1 and B2 Intermediate level grammar lessons and structures. We will be constantly updating the course and adding new video lessons and materials.After completing this course, you will be given a course completion certificate, which you can use anywhere in the world.

Overview

Section 1: Present and Past Tenses

Lecture 1 The Simple Present Tense

Lecture 2 The Present Continuous Tense

Lecture 3 Frequency Adverbs

Lecture 4 Stative and Non-Stative Verbs

Lecture 5 The Simple Past Tense

Lecture 6 The Past Continuous Tense

Section 2: Perfect Tenses

Lecture 7 The Present Perfect Simple Tense

Lecture 8 The Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Lecture 9 The Past Perfect Tense

Lecture 10 The Past Perfect Continuous Tense

Section 3: Future Time

Lecture 11 Future Time with “Will and Be Going To”

Lecture 12 Expressing the Future in Time Clauses

Lecture 13 The Future Continuous Tense

Lecture 14 The Future Perfect Simple Tense and The Future Perfect Continuous Tense

Section 4: Types of Questions

Lecture 15 Yes / No Questions and Information Questions

Lecture 16 Using “Which”, “What kind of” and “Whose”

Lecture 17 Using “How”, “How often”, “How far” and “How long”

Lecture 18 Using “How about” and “What about”

Lecture 19 Tag Questions

Section 5: Pronouns And Subject – Verb Agreement

Lecture 20 Personal Pronouns

Lecture 21 Indefinite Pronouns, General Nouns, Collective Nouns

Lecture 22 Forms of “Other”

Lecture 23 Common Expressions with “Other”

Lecture 24 Subject – Verb Agreement

Section 6: Nouns

Lecture 25 Regular and Irregular Plural Nouns

Lecture 26 Possessive Nouns and Nouns Used as Adjectives

Lecture 27 Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Lecture 28 Basic Article Usage A / AN / THE

Lecture 29 Expressions of Quantity with Countable and Uncountable Nouns

Lecture 30 Using “Few”, “A few”, “Little”, “A little”

Section 7: Modals

Lecture 31 Expressing Ability with “Can”, “Could” and “Be able to”

Lecture 32 Possibility and Permission – “May”, “Might”, “Maybe”, “Can”, “Could”

Lecture 33 Polite Requests

Lecture 34 Expressing Advice with “Should”, “Ought to”, “Had better”

Lecture 35 Expressing Necessity with “Must”, “Have to”, “Have got to”

Lecture 36 The Past Form of “Should”

Lecture 37 Using “Be Supposed To” and “Was/Were Going To”

Lecture 38 Imperative Sentences

Lecture 39 Expressing Suggestions – “Let’s”, “Why don’t”, “Shall”, “Could” and “Should”

Lecture 40 Expressing Preferences – “Prefer”, “Like…better” and “Would rather”

Lecture 41 Expressing Repeated Actions in the Past – “Would” and “Used to”

Lecture 42 Degrees of Certainty

Lecture 43 Progressive Forms of Modals and Combining Modals

Section 8: The Passive

Lecture 44 The Passive

Lecture 45 The Passive Form of Modals and Phrasal Modals

Lecture 46 Using Past Participles as Adjectives

Lecture 47 The Passive with Get

Lecture 48 Participle Adjectives

Section 9: Noun Clauses

Lecture 49 Noun Clauses with “Question Words”, “If” and “Whether”

Lecture 50 Noun Clauses with “That”

Lecture 51 Reported Speech

Section 10: Adjective Clauses (Relative Clauses)

Lecture 52 Adjective Clauses (Relative Clauses)

Lecture 53 Using Prepositions in Relative Clauses

Lecture 54 Using Whose, Where and When in Relative Clauses

Lecture 55 Defining and Non-Defining Relative Clauses

Lecture 56 Reduction of Relative Clauses

Section 11: Comparisons

Lecture 57 Comparisons with “The Same”, “Similar”, “Different”, “Like” and “Alike”

Lecture 58 Comparisons with “as … as”

Lecture 59 Comparatives and Superlatives

Lecture 60 Repeating a Comparative and Using Double Comparatives

Section 12: Adverb Clauses

Lecture 61 Using Adverb Clauses to Show Time Relationship

Lecture 62 Using Adverb Clauses to Show Cause and Effect

Lecture 63 Using Adverb Clauses to Express Contrast

Lecture 64 Conditions in Adverb Clauses

Lecture 65 Reduction of Adverb Clauses

Section 13: Connectives

Lecture 66 Because of, Due to, Therefore, Consequently and So

Lecture 67 Using “So … that” and “Such … that”

Lecture 68 Showing Contrast

Lecture 69 Using “Otherwise” and “Or else”

Lecture 70 “Both … and”, “Not only … but also”, “Either … or”, “Neither … not”

Section 14: Conditionals

Lecture 71 Conditionals (If Clauses)

Lecture 72 Mixed Conditionals, Inverted Conditionals, Implied Conditionals

Lecture 73 Wish Clauses

Section 15: Gerunds and Infinitives

Lecture 74 Gerunds

Lecture 75 Infinitives

Lecture 76 Verbs Followed by Either Infinitives or Gerunds

Lecture 77 Other Uses of Gerunds and Infinitives

This course is for the people who have completed the beginner level and want to improve their English. If you know some basic English and want to improve your skills to B1 – B2 Intermediate Level, this course is the best fit for you. Just, watch the videos and do activities after each video. You will see the difference.

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Udemy | English | 7h 43m | 9.40 GB
Created by: Akın Demir

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