Curso inglés NIVEL A1

Este Curso de Inglés Nivel A1 te prepara para obtener el Certificado Oficial de Nivel A1 del Marco Común Europeo de Referencia de las Lenguas.

Con el Curso de Inglés Nivel A1 de Academia la Feria, podrás obtener el nivel A1 (principiante), con lo que podrás considerarte iniciado en Inglés y serás capaz de desenvolverte en situaciones de inglés básico.

Objetivos generales

  • Prearar al alumno para superar el exámen oficial nivel A1 en el Marco Común Europeo de Referencia de las Lenguas.
  • Proporcionar un nivel elemental, pero de gran utilidad práctica para situaciones cotidianas de la vida real.
  • Sentar unas bases sólidas para un posible aprendizaje posterior.
  • Hacer que el aprendizaje del inglés sea una experiencia motivadora y divertida.
  • Comprender informaciones generales y específicas en textos orales y escritos sencillos producidos en situaciones de comunicación cotidianas.
  • Producir textos orales y escritos muy breves y sencillos en situaciones de comunicación habituales.
  • Leer de forma comprensiva textos simples relacionados con la experiencia personal del alumnado y con las situaciones del aula.
  • Relacionar el significado, la pronunciación y la grafía de palabras y frases así como reconocer aspectos sonoros, rítmicos y de entonación propios del inglés.
  • Comprender y usar los elementos lingüísticos y no lingüísticos que intervienen en situaciones habituales de interacción social y comunicación para que ésta sea más fácil y fluida.

Contenidos del Curso

Contents Grammar Vocabulary Pronunciation
1
A Nice to meet you verb be + , pronouns: I, you, etc. numbers 1–20, days of the week vowel sounds
B I'm not English, I'm Scottish! verb be - and ? countries and nationalities: Spain, Russia, etc.
numbers 20–1,000
vowel sound
C His name, her name possessive adjectives: my, your, etc. personal information:
address, phone number, etc.
the alphabet
D Turn off your mobiles!
articles: a / an / the, regular plurals, the classroom, common objects,
this / that / these /those
nationalities;
numbers 11-20
vowel sounds

PRACTICAL ENGLISH

On a plane Function: offering and accepting drinks drinks: coffee, tea, etc.
WRITING Completing a form

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2
A Cappuccino and chips present simple + and -forms verb phrases: live in a flat, play tennis, etc.
irregular plurals: men, women, etc.

consonant sounds

third person -s

B When Natasha meets Darren … present simple questions and short answers common verb phrases consonant sounds
C An artist and a musician a / an + jobs. jobs: journalist, doctor, etc. consonant sounds
D Relatively famous
possessive s family: sister, aunt, etc. consonant sounds

PRACTICAL ENGLISH

At a hotel - Function: checking into a hotel - hotel words: double room, etc
WRITING An informal e-mail / letter

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3
A Pretty woman adjectives and modifiers adjectives: big, cheap, etc.
modifiers: quite / very
vowel sounds
B Wake up, get out of bed … telling the time, present simple daily routine verbs:
get up, get dressed, etc
the letter o
C The island with a secret adverbs of frequency time words and expressions:
minute, hour, etc.
the letter h
D On the last Wednesday in August
prepositions of time: in, on, or at the date word stress

PRACTICAL ENGLISH

In a coffee shop - Function: buying a coffee - snacks: cappuccino, brownie, etc.
WRITING A magazine article

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4
A I can't dance can / can't (ability and other uses) verb phrases: buy a newspaper, etc. sentence stress
BShopping – men love it! like, love, hate + (verb + -ing) free time activities:
shopping, playing computer games, etc.
sentence stress
C Fatal attraction? object pronouns: me, you, him, etc. love story phrases: she falls in love, etc. the alphabet
D Are you still mine?
possessive pronouns: mine, yours, etc. clothes: shirt, shoes, etc. rhyming words

PRACTICAL ENGLISH

In a clothes shop - Function: buying clothes - clothes: shirt, shoes, etc.
WRITING Describing a friend

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AWho were they? verb be + , pronouns: I, you, etc. numbers 1–20, days of the week sentence stress
B Sydney, here we come! verb be - and ? countries and nationalities: Spain, Russia, etc.
numbers 20–1,000
pronunciation of -ed endings
C Girls' night out possessive adjectives: my, your, etc. personal information:
address, phone number, etc.
sentence stress
D Murder in a country house
articles: a / an / the, regular plurals, the classroom, common objects,
this / that / these /those
nationalities;
numbers 11-20
past simple verbs

PRACTICAL ENGLISH

In a gift shop - Function: buying a present - T-shirt, mug, etc.
WRITING A holiday report

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A A house with a history there is / there are, some and any houses and furniture:
living room, sofa, etc.
sentence stress
B A night in a haunted hotel there was / there were prepositions of place:
in, on, under, etc.
silent letters
C Neighbours from hell present continuous verb phrases: make a noise, etc. verb + -ing
D When a man is tired of London …
present simple or present continuous? directions: turn left, etc. verb + -ing

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In the street - Function: asking for directions - directions: turn left, etc.
WRITING A postcard

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A What does your food say about you? verb be + , pronouns: I, you, etc. a / an, some / any the letters ea
B How much water do we really need? verb be - and ? how much / how many?,quantifiers: a lot, not much, etc. sentence stress
C Changing holidays possessive adjectives: my, your, etc. be going to (plans) the alphabet
D It's written in the cards
articles: a / an / the, regular plurals, the classroom, common objects,
this / that / these /those
be going to (predictions) sentence stress

PRACTICAL ENGLISH

At a restaurant - Function: ordering a meal - a menu: main course, desserts, etc.
WRITING Instructions

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A The True False Show comparative adjectives:
bigger, more dangerous, etc.
personality adjectives: shy, generous, etc. vowel sounds
B The highest city in the world superlative adjectives: the weather, more common
the biggest, the best, etc.
the weather, more common adjectives vowel sound
C Would you like to drive a Ferrari? would like to + infinitive / like + gerund common adverbs: slowly, fast, etc the alphabet
D They dress well but drive badly
adverbs nationalities;
numbers 11-20
vowel sounds

PRACTICAL ENGLISH

Going home - Function: checking - out verb phrases
WRITING Completing a form

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9
A Before we met present perfect for past experiences been to vowel sounds
BI've read the book, I've seen the film present perfect or past simple? past participles: seen, broken, etc. vowel sound

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Quick grammar revision for each File.

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Quick revision of vocabulary, sounds, and word stress