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Programme complet en PDF

Programme débutant

• Singular personal subject pronouns
• Plural personal subject pronouns
• To be in simple present: affirmative and contracted form
Grammar :
• To be + nationality
• To be from + country
• To come from + country
• Countries
• Nationalities
• To be in the simple present: affirmative contracted form
• To be in the simple present: negative form
• To be + adjectives Vocabulary
• The alphabet
• Countries
• Everyday adjectives
Grammar :
• To be in the simple present – negative form: contraction of the verb
• To be in the simple present – negative form: contraction of not
• To be in the simple present: interrogative form
• To be from: country/city of origin Vocabulary
• The United Kingdom (UK) – Le Royaume-Uni
• Possessive adjectives
• Questions with what
• Asking for someone’s name
• Giving one’s name
• Asking questions
• Negative sentences in the simple present
• To have got in the simple present
• Simple present: negative and interrogative forms
• Numbers from 0 to 20, from 20 to 100, after 100
• Hundred, thousand, million
• 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th… 100th
• Particular forms Vocabulary
• Calculations, the four basic operations
• Around numbers
• Around first, second and third
• Indeterminate quantities
• After 100th, after 1000th
• Fractions
• Decimal point, comma
• Zero, nought, oh
• Percentages
• Phone numbers
• Years Vocabulary
• Phrases with percentages and fractions
• Simple present
• To be in the simple past
• Time expressions with this, next, last Vocabulary
• Days of the week, months of the year, seasons
• Phrases with work and day
• Around time
• Around “to begin” and “to end”
• Temperatures (weather)
• Some important dates in the year (Christmas, Easter)
Good and bad (irregular adjectives) Vocabulary
• Greetings at different times
• Saying « hello »: first greetings, friendly greetings, formal greetings, polite greetings
• Saying « goodbye »: informal goodbyes, polite goodbyes
• Around soon and late
• Around please and nice
• Around friend and fine
• Regular adjectives : comparative and superlative forms
• Open and closed questions Vocabulary
• Colours
• Around the weather
• Traffic lights in England
• Hair
• 2D and 3D Shapes
• Around “other
• Asking for someone’s age
• Personal object pronouns
• Writing a date
• “To be” in the simple past and the simple future
• Date of birth
• Prepositions “on, in, at” Vocabulary
• Saying one’s age
• Saying your date of birth
• Numbers, days and months
• Asking and telling the time
• In and at to specify a moment
• The time: past, to, exact time
• Adjectives used with time phrases
• Just in time + to/for Vocabulary
• Shops • Means of transport
• In a building Vocabulary
• Clocks
• Around meals
• Talking about timetables
• Phrases around time
• Asking for and giving directions
• Beginning / middle / end
• Left/right
• Up / down
• Bottom / top
• Addressing someone
• To go + prepositions
• Possessive case
• Asking for and giving directions • Could • To tell • Which on or On which? Vocabulary • Saying “thank you” and answering
Grammar : • Locating things around you • There is/are • There isn’t/aren’t • There is + some / There are + some • There isn’t + any / There aren’t + any • Is there / Are there + any? • Much / many • Quantifier Vocabulary : • Rooms • In the bathroom • In the kitchen • Objects and pieces of furniture
Grammar : • Locating things around you • Making suggestions with “let’s” • Prepositions of space • Quantifiers • Too, also and as well Vocabulary : • Describing the house • Rooms • Some common verbs • Describing size
Grammar : • Body/Senses-related verbs Vocabulary : • Parts of the body • The five senses
Grammar : • Present participles • Present continuous Vocabulary : • Clothes and accessories • Clothing materials • Parts of the body
Grammar : • Introducing oneself and others • Reflexive pronouns – • Imperative with “let me” and “let’s” Vocabulary : • Family members • Greetings • Interviewing
• Introducing someone • “To have got” in the simple present • Adjectives ending with «-ed» or «-ing» • Short and long adjectives • Comparative and superlative • Prepositions of place
• Wh-questions • Possessive pronouns • Talking about possession • Irregular plurals • Possessive case • Some, any, no
Grammar : • Talking about family and relatives • Both • Position of an adjective or an adverb • Simple present • Relative pronouns Vocabulary : • The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland • Hobbies • Sports • Around wedding • “In-law family” vs. “step family”
• Prepositions « at » and « to » • Very few, few, a few, quite a few • All • Would like • One, ones
• How much? or How many? • Quantifiers Vocabulary • Food and drinks • At the market • At the grocer’s • Phrases for special numbers • Food quantifiers and containers

Programme intermediaire

Grammar :
• “To be” in the simple present
• “To have” in the simple present
• Some prepositions: in, on, at or to?
• Adverbs of frequency
• Wh- question words
Vocabulary :
• Janice’s interview
• Review of Beginner Level
Grammar :
• Some or any
• Comparative form
• Superlative form
• Possessive adjectives
• Possessive pronouns
• Prepositions of space
Vocabulary :
• Janice’s interview
• Review of Beginner Level
• Asking and saying one’s job
• Asking questions in the simple present
• « To be » and affirmative short answers
• « To be » and negative short answers
• Simple present
Vocabulary :
• Jobs
• Job-related verbs
Grammar :
• Simple present: use and construction
• Simple present questions with wh- question words
• Closed questions and short answers with « do » or « to be » in the simple present
• This and that
• Adjectives : « good » and « bad »
• Plurals
• Asking questions with « what »
• « To know » in the simple present
• « To do » as a verb
Vocabulary :
• Job talk
• In an office
• Computer equipment
• Working hours
• Centres of interest
• Salary
Grammar :
• The simple past tense
• « To do » in the simple past
• « To be » in the simple past
• Simple past: regular verbs
• Simple past: irregular verbs
Vocabulary :
• Phrases with « to have »
• « To do » vs. « to make »
Grammar :
• Simple past: some regular verbs
• Simple past: some irregular verbs
• Simple past: asking questions
Vocabulary :
• A short story
Grammar :
• Present participles
• The present continuous
• The present continuous: use
• The present continuous: questions with prepositions
• The present continuous: particular cases
• Questions tags
• Sense verbs
• Around « to think »
• Questions with why
• Around « to feel » and « to get »
Grammar :
• Structures with « used to »
• « Used to » and other tenses
• Past participles: regular and irregular verbs
• Present perfect
• « Such » or « such a »
• « To be used to », « to be getting used to »
Vocabulary :
• Around « the sun »
• Around « agriculture »
• Comparing things
Grammar :
• Since, for and ago
• Adverbs of place with -where
• The present perfect simple
• The past continuous
• The present perfect continuous
• That’s/It’s + adjective/noun + infinitive
Vocabulary :
• Interjections and onomatopoeia
• At the doctor’s
• At the chemist’s
Grammar :
• Expressing likes and dislikes
• Likes and dislikes followed by verbs + -ing
• Putting nuances in likes and dislikes
• To look forward to
• Either / or, neither / nor, not / either
• « To look » or « to watch »
• « So do I », « neither do I », « I do », « I don’t »
• All, every, each
Vocabulary :
• Spare time
• Around « spare »
• In the garden
• Some hobbies and interests
• Household chores
• Fish ‘n’ chips
Grammar :
• Pronouncing the letter « L »
• Talking about the future
• The future simple with « will »
• The near future with « be going to »
• Ever, never
• Type 1 conditional: the real future
• The verb « to explain »
• Modal verbs
Vocabulary :
• Cultural activities
• Legal system
Grammar :
• The present conditional
• Type 2 conditional
• Hypotheses with « what if » + future or conditional
• Still
• Expressing wishes and regrets
• Reflexive pronouns
• Making suggestions
Vocabulary :
• What would you do?
• Talking about fear
• Quantifiers: talking about parts
• Around « life »
Grammar :
• « To need »: modal and regular verb
• « Won’t + infinitive » – refusal to work
• Must or have to?
Vocabulary :
• The telephone
• Using the phone
• Town facilities
• To pay, to pay for
Grammar :
• « To work » + prepositions
Vocabulary :
• Phone phrases
• Phone conversations
• Organizational chart and positions
• Company departments
Grammar : • Irregular verbs and regular verbs (GB) ≠ (US) • Present perfect and simple past (GB) ≠ (US) • Phrases with « to have » or « to take » • Phrases with « to have » or « to have got » • Different prepositions • « Like » or « as » • Writing dates • Giving advice with « had better » Vocabulary : • Words ending in a vowel + -L • Spelling differences • Completely different words
Grammar : • The passive voice (past, present, future) • Compound adjectives • The word « meat »: both countable and uncountable Vocabulary : • General knowledge: the USA • Thanksgiving • Holiday (GB) / Vacation (US) • Animals and meat • A song about New York
Grammar : • Question tags • Informal contractions Vocabulary : • Around « secrets and suspicions » • Around « mistake » • Around « back » • Around « unemployment » • « On earth », « the hell »
Grammar : • Reported speech • Present perfect vs. simple past • Despite, in spite of, although, even though • Both or neither Vocabulary : • TV news • Talking about injuries • Around « to let » • Verbs beginning with « over » • Around « sport »
Grammar : • Adjectives ending in -ish • « Like » or « as » ? • Qualifying the size • Expressing certainty • Reported questions, requests and orders Vocabulary : • Outside news • Around « hear » • Around « fire brigade »
Grammar :
• Talking about weather forecast
• Double comparative (the more.../the more..., the less.../the less...)
• Weather idioms
Vocabulary :
• Weather and climate in the UK
• Around rain, clouds, cold, winds, temperature
• The compass rose
• Geography of the UK
Grammar : • Useful questions, order of adjectives • Adverbs: « too » and « enough » • Vague expressions • Question tags : particular case • Contractions of verbs • Made of, from, out of, with • Utility and functions: passive voice structures • Passive voice with « to be made to do (something) » • Paraphrasing Vocabulary : • Describing things • Materials
Grammar : • Character and behaviour: opposite adjectives • Compound adjectives • Useful verbs: things you can do with your mouth Vocabulary : • Talking about character and behaviour • Talking about age • Around the face • Talking about physical appearance • Talking about height • Talking about weight • Describing hair • Talking about complexion and skin
Grammar : • Past conditional • Type III conditional: formation, use • Type III conditional with modal verbs • Type III conditional with « even if » • To be able, can / could • Expressing regrets in the past • Conditional types: review Vocabulary : • At the meeting • Around « to miss » • Around « to bother »
Grammar : • Around « to write » Vocabulary : • Around emails • Layout of emails • Writing and sending an email • Around regular mail • Layout of a formal letter • Opening salutations, complimentary closes • The message of the lette

Programme expert

Asking for permission
Polite requests
The past tenses
Since, for, ago
Types of conditionals
Mixed conditionals
Review of pre-intermediate Level
Chatting with Janice
Northern Irish food
About Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland in the 20th century in short
Present simple Simple
past and past continuous
Describing a sequence of events
I, me, myself
Adjectives followed by prepositions Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing
Too and enough
Question tags
Review of pre
intermediate Level
Chatting with Greg
Weather and climate
The climate in the USA
English as a global language
Adverbs: manner, place,
time, frequency
Verbs followed by prepositions
Prefixes and suffixes
Present continuous
Verbs of preference followed by verbs + -ing or to + infinitive
Present perfect simple
Present perfect continuous
Review of pre-intermediate Level
Chatting with Mark
British cuisine
Ever and compounds
Emphasizing interrogative pronouns
Imperatives and negative imperatives
Verbs followed by gerunds or
Review of prei
ntermediate Level
Illegal behaviour
About punctuality
Uncontrolled movements
Passive forms
"Used to" or "did not use to"
Tense review
Complaining about a damaged product
How to write an effective letter of complaint
Useful sentences and vocabulary in complaints
Phrases with “up to”
Around “to pick up”
Either, or, neither, nor, not either
Around “so far”
Imperatives with question tags
To remember vs. to remind
Still, already, yet, etc.
Tense review
Letter of complaint
Around “disappointment”
Around “to get”
Talking about responsibility
Around “bills”
From maker to user
Word stress: one-syllable words
Word stress: two-syllable adjectives, nouns and verbs
Word stress: three-syllable
words and over Word stress: use of prefixes and suffixes
Linking words
Variability of English pronunciation
The 20 vowel sounds and 24 consonant sounds
Pronouncing the “th” letter group
Pronouncing the short and long “i” sounds
Pronouncing the “s”, “ch”, “tch”, “je”, “dje” sounds
Pronouncing the letter R or not
Pronouncing the letters W, V and F
Pronouncing the "ough" and "augh" letter groups
Tongue twisters
Travelling through a phonetic labyrinth
Literacy devices, figures of speech
Travel: at the airport
Around poems and poetry
Connected speech in English
Stress placement in a sentence
Changes in pronunciation: contractions, elisions, assimilations, coalescences
Connected speech in English
Changes in pronunciation: weak forms, linking
Fast speech
Around “over”
Pronunciation of -ed endings
Around “word”
Around “yard”
Filler words
Must or have to: to express obligation
Sense verbs
Sense verbs: active or state verbs?
Double comparative in idioms
Phrasal verbs: to put
Phrasal verbs: to get
Situational ellipses
Textual ellipses
Ellipses and substitutions
Home conversation
Some phrasal verbs: to cut, to stand, to turn
Imperatives: DOs and DON’Ts
Christmas Pudding
Weight measures
Weights in cooking
Liquid measures (volume)
Liquid measures in cooking
Measuring objects
Dried grapes
Cooking verbs
Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing
Sense verbs
Structures followed by to-infinitives, bare infinitives and -ing forms
The present continuous infinitive, the perfect infinitive, the perfect continuous infinitive
Choosing the correct relative pronoun
Who or whom with prepositions?
Some phrasal verbs: to keep, to go
Talking about the future
Passive forms
Holidays in Israel
Alone, by myself, on my own
Around “to lie”
Weather conditions: useful adjectives
To have + adjective + time
“Used to” to express a past habit
“Would” to express the past
Defining relative clauses
Non-defining relative clauses
Must have + past participle
Still and anymore
Famous make-believe characters
Some noises humans make
Around “to believe”, “to happen”, “to swear”
Around “mill”
Beliefs and superstitions in Scotland
Asking for and giving directions: useful sentences
The imperative to give directions
Driving in the UK
Around cars: glossary
Driving glossary
Phrases related to driving and manoeuvres
Pedestrian crossings in the UK
Asking for and giving directions
Some road signs in the UK
Here, there, over here, over there
One, ones
Phrasal verb “to run”
To get in or to get on a vehicle
Will for immediate intention
Closed questions, short answers
Some verbs with “over”
Phrasal verbs with “away”
Emphatic imperative
Taking the driving test in the UK
Road lane markings in the UK
Useful vocabulary: on the roads
Around “sight”
Around “speed”
Passive structures
Advanced passive structures with reporting verbs
Advanced passive structures with modals
Advanced passive structures with verbs followed by infinitives or gerunds
Conditional conjunctions
The pub: a British way of life
Pub culture
Drinks in a pub
Pub opening hours
Entertainment in a pub
Gradable and non-gradable adjectives
Adverbs of degree
Adverbs of degree and adjectives
Adverbs of degree and adjectives: collocations
The environment: sources of energy
The environment: useful verbs
The environment: useful vocabulary
Environmental issues: lessening our carbon footprint
Question tags
Present perfect tense
Present perfect continuous tense
Still, anymore and no longer
“Do” as an auxiliary in affirmative sentences
Phrasal verbs with “up”
Matching adverbs and pronouns
Compass points
Around “odd”
Marketing and advertising: useful vocabulary
Around “joy”
Astronomy and the solar système : useful vocabulary
Used to
Causative structures
The past perfect simple
The past perfect continuous
Phrasal verbs with “back”
A bit of geography: England
Accents in England
Instruments and musicians
Types of music
Working hours and shifts
Separable or inseparable phrasal verbs
General knowledge: Scotland
Geography of Scotland
Symbols, traditions and famous Scots
Important dates in the history of Scotland
The Scottish economy
10 fun facts about Scotland
Phrasal verbs with "up"
Phrasal verbs with "stand" and "run"
Formal subjunctive
General knowledge: Wales
Geography of Wales
Symbols and traditions in Wales
Famous Welsh people
Bad friends
Around "chip"
The history of Wales
The Welsh economy
10 fun facts about Wales



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