English Level 2 (B1) en e-learning pour 0€*

English Level 2 s’adresse aux apprenants ayant validé les compétences du niveau débutant. Il est également recommandé pour ceux qui souhaitent réviser ou consolider les connaissances abordées en niveau intermédiaire.
English Level 2 permet d’atteindre le niveau B1 du CECRL, il est composé de 24 leçons d’apprentissage et de 6 leçons de test, avec de nombreuses animations de situations, de grammaire et de vocabulaire.
Parmi les objectifs de ce niveau : tenir une conversation simple sur des sujets liés au travail, à l’école, aux loisirs, faire face à des situations au cours d’un voyage dans un pays anglophone, s’exprimer à l’oral et à l’écrit de manière
simple sur ses expériences et ses ambitions, formuler de courtes explications ou justifications relatives à un projet ou une opinion.

La formation se fait en E-learning, grâce à un outil numérique très facile d’utilisation, responsive et accessible 24/24.

La formation contient des vidéos, des extraits audios, des diaporamas d’apprentissage et des évaluations afin de suivre votre progression.

(Durée : 60 heures)

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Objectifs de la formation

Lesson 1 – Janice’s interview: Part 1

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

 

 

Lesson 2 – Janice’s interview: Part 2

 

Grammar
• Some or any
• Comparative form
• Superlative form
• Possessive adjectives
• Possessive pronouns
• Prepositions of space

 

Vocabulary
• Janice’s interview
• Review of Beginner Level

 

Lesson 3 – What do you do for a living?

Grammar
• 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

Lesson 4 – Job talk

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

Lesson 5 – Test lessons 1 to 4

Review and Test of Lessons 1 to 4

Lesson 6 – What did you do yesterday?

 

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 »

 

Lesson 7 – Numbers

Grammar
• Simple past: some regular verbs
• Simple past: some irregular verbs
• Simple past: asking questions

Vocabulary
• A short story

Lesson 8 – What are you doing, Pete?

Grammar
• Present participles
• The present continuous
• The present continuous: use
• The present continuous: questions with prepositions
• The present continuous: particular cases
• Questions tags

Vocabulary
• Sense verbs
• Around « to think »
• Questions with why
• Around « to feel » and « to get »

Lesson 9 – It used to be different back then

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

Lesson 10 – Test lessons 6 to 9

Review and Test of Lessons 6 to 9

Lesson 11 – How long ago was that?

Vocabulary
• Interjections and onomatopoeia
• At the doctor’s
• At the chemist’s 

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

 

Lesson 12 – What do you enjoy doing?

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

Lesson 13 – What are you going to do?

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

Lesson 14 – Conditionnal

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 »

 

 

Lesson 15 – Test lessons 11 to 14

Review and Test of Lessons 11 to 14

Lesson 16 – I need to make a phone call

 

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

 

Lesson 17 – Dealing with phone conversations

Grammar
• « To work » + prepositions
Vocabulary
• Phone phrases
• Phone conversations
• Organizational chart and positions
• Company departments

Lesson 18 – British English versus American English

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

Lesson 19 – Thanksgiving: an American tradition

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

Lesson 20 – Test lessons 16 to 19

Review and Test of Lessons 16 to 19

Lesson 21 – You didn’t tell her, did you?

 Grammar
• Question tags
• Informal contractions

 

Vocabulary
• Around « secrets and suspicions »
• Around « mistake »
• Around « back »
• Around « unemployment »
• « On earth », « the hell »

 

Lesson 22 – She told me she was coming tonight

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 »

Lesson 23 – UFO report

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 »

Lesson 24 – Talking about family

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

Lesson 25 – Test lessons 21 to 24

Review and Test of Lessons 21 to 24

Lesson 26 – Describing things

 

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

 

 

Lesson 27 – Describing people

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

Lesson 28 – What would you have done?

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 »

Lesson 29 – Writing emails and letters

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 letter

Lesson 30 – Test lessons 26 to 29

Review and Test of Lessons 26 to 29

Détails de la formation

Moyens pédagogiques et techniques

 

  • Plateforme d’E-learning.
  • Documents supports de formation.
  • Vidéos.
  • Audios.

Suivi et évaluation

  • Etats de connexion.
  • QCM.
  • Quiz.
  • Formulaires d’évaluation de la formation.

L’examen final vous permettra de justifier de votre niveau d’informatique avec une certification reconnue !

Prérequis

 Aucun

Durée de la formation

La formation dure 60 heures.

Coût de la formation

 2100 € HT.

Financement

Possibilité de prise en charge de la formation jusqu’à 100% via le CPF, Pôle Eemploi, les OPCO, l’Agefice ou les Fonds d’Assurances de Formations.

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