English With Cambridge

Curso de Inglés A2 (140 horas) con tutor nativo en Campus Virtual Oficial de la Universidad de Cambridge

English With Cambridge

140 Horas
549 €


Único curso online desarrollado por la Universidad de Cambridge. Los alumnos aprenderán inglés desde el propio Campus Virtual Oficial de la Universidad. Su aprendizaje será asistido por un tutor personal nativo, titulado y con experiencia.

Este curso cubre todas las destrezas del idioma (Gramática/Vocabulario, Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking y Pronunciación) a través de teoría, ejercicios interactivos, ejercicios de refuerzo, juegos de contrarreloj, vídeos sobre acontecimientos cotidianos, revisión y exámenes formales.



Unit 1:
• Ask questions to get to know your classmates using the simple present
• Talk about your favorite things
• Use responses with too and either to show what you have in common
• Start conversations with people you don't know
• Use actually to give new or surprising information
• Read an article about small talk
• Write a How-to article using correct punctuation
• Review of simple present and present of be in questions and statements
• Responses with too and either
• Review of types of TV shows, clothes, food, and weekend activities
• Start a conversation with someone you don't know
• Use actually to give or to "correct" information
Unit 2:
• Talk about your interests with can, like, hate, prefer, be good at, etc.
• Discuss your taste in music using object pronouns and everyone, nobody, etc.
• Say no in a friendly way
• Use really / not really to make statements stronger / softer
• Read an online forum about hobbies
• Write online forum posts using linking expressions
• Verb forms after can / can't, love, like, etc., and prepositions
• Object pronouns
• Everybody, everyone, nobody, and no one
• Interests and hobbies
• Types of music
• Say no in a friendly way
• Use really and not really to make statements stronger or softer
Unit 3:
• Talk about exercise and how to stay healthy using the simple present and present continuous
• Discuss common health problems using if and when
• Encourage people to say more
• Use expressions like Really? and Oh! to show surprise
• Read an article about staying healthy
• Write questions and answers about health concerns
• Simple present and present continuous
• Joining clauses with if and when
• Ways to stay healthy
• Common health problems
• Common remedies
• Encourage people to say more to keep a conversation going
• Show surprise
Unit 4:

• Talk about gift giving and birthdays using be going to and indirect objects
• Talk about how you celebrate special days
• Talk about plans using the present continuous or be going to
• Use "vague" expressions like and everything 
• Give vague responses like It depends if you're not sure 
• Read an article about traditions around the world
• Write an invitation to a special event
• Future with be going to
• Indirect objects
• Indirect object pronouns
• Present continuous for the future
• Months of the year
• Days of the month
• Special days, celebrations, and holidays
• Things people do to celebrate special days
• Use "vague" expressions like and everything 
• Give "vague" responses like I don't know and Maybe when you're not sure
Unit 5:
• Talk about growing up and your family background using the simple past
• Talk about school subjects people studied using most (of ), a few (of ), etc.
• Correct things you say with expressions like Well, Actually, and No, wait 
• Use I mean to correct a word or name
• Read an interview about a man's teenage years
• Write answers to interview questions
• be born
• Review of simple past in questions and statements
• General and specific use of determiners
• Time expressions for the past
• Saying years
• School subjects
• Correct things you say with expressions like Well, Actually, and No, wait 
• Use I mean to correct yourself when you say the wrong word or name
Unit 6:
• Ask about places with Is there . . . ? and Are there . . . ? 
• Say where places are with next to, between, etc.
• Ask for and give directions
• Offer and ask for help with Can and Could
• Check information by repeating words or using expressions like Excuse me?
• Ask "echo" questions like It's where? to check
• Read an online guide to Istanbul
• Write a walking-tour guide
• Is there? and Are there?
• Pronouns one and ones
• Offers and requests with Can and Could
• Places in town
• Location expressions
• Expressions for asking and giving directions
• Repeat key words to check information
• Use "checking" expressions to check information
• Use "echo" questions to check information
Unit 7:
• Talk about getting ready for a trip using infinitives to give reasons
• Give opinions using It's + adjective + to
• Talk about things to take on a trip
• Give advice and suggestions with should, could, etc.
• Respond to suggestions
• Use I guess when you're not sure
• Read an article about unique hotels
• Write an email about a trip
• Infinitives for reasons
• It's + adjective + to . . .
• Ways to give advice and make suggestions
• Things to do before a trip
• Things to take on different kinds of trips
• Respond to suggestions
• Use I guess when you're not sure
Unit 8:

• Talk about where you keep things at home
• Say who owns things with mine, yours, etc. and whose 
• Talk about items in the home
• Identify things using adjectives and one / ones
• Use Do you mind . . . ? and Would you mind . . . ? to make polite requests
• Agree to requests with expressions like Go right ahead 
• Read comments on a website about unusual habits
• Write about your evening routine with expressions like first and as soon as
• Whose . . . ? and possessive pronouns
• Order of adjectives
• Pronouns one and ones
• Location expressions after pronouns and nouns
• Places where you keep things in your home
• Home furnishings for different rooms
• Things you keep in your room
• Ask politely for permission to do things with Do you mind . . . ? 
• Ask someone politely to do something with Would you mind . . . ? 
• Agree to requests
Unit 9:
• Tell anecdotes about things that went wrong using the past continuous and simple past
• Talk about accidents (e.g., I broke my arm.) using the past continuous and myself, yourself, etc.
• React to show interest with expressions like Oh, no! 
• Use I bet to show you're sure or that you understand
• Read anecdotes in an article
• Write an anecdote using when and while
• Past continuous statements
• Past continuous questions
• Reflexive pronouns
• Parts of the body 
• Injuries
• React to and comment on a story
• Respond with I bet . . .
Unit 10:
• Compare ways of communicating using comparative adjectives and more, less, and fewer
• Manage phone conversations
• Interrupt and restart a phone conversation
• Use just to soften what you say
• Read an article about texting
• Write an article giving pros and cons
• Comparative adjectives
• More, less, fewer
• Ways of communicating
• Adjectives
• Phone expressions
• Interrupt and restart phone conversations
• Use just to soften things you say
Unit 11:
• Describe people's appearance using adjectives and have and have got
• Identify people using verb + -ing and prepositions
• Use expressions like What do you call . . . ? if you can't remember a word
• Use expressions like You mean . . . ? to check or suggest words and names
• Read an article about fashion
• Write an article about fashion trends
• Describing people; have got
• Phrases with verb + -ing and prepositions
• Adjectives and expressions to describe people's appearances
• Show you're trying to remember a word or name
• Use You mean . . . or Do you mean . . .? to help someone remember something
Unit 12:
• Make predictions and discuss future plans with will, may, and might
• Talk about jobs
• Discuss future plans using the simple present in if and time clauses
• Make offers and promises with will
• Agree to something using All right and OK 
• Read an article about the future
• Write about an invention using First, Second, etc
• Future with will, may, and might
• Present tense verbs with future meaning
• Work, study, and life plans
• Occupations
• Make offers and promises with I'll and I won't
• Agree to something with All right and OK
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Cada unidad dispone de material teórico, material práctico, vídeos de situaciones cotidianas, estrategias de conversación, videojuegos, revisión y un examen formal.


El curso cubre todas las destrezas del idioma:

  • Expresión oral / Speaking

  • Expresión escrita / Writing

  • Comprensión auditiva / Listening

  • Comprensión lectora / Reading

  • Pronunciación


549 €
Precio inicial: 699 euros. Precio en oferta: 549 euros.
Además al finalizar el curso el alumno recibirá un cupón de descuento por valor de 150 euros para su próximo curso.

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Curso de Inglés A2 (140 horas) con tutor nativo en Campus Virtual Oficial de la Universidad de Cambridge

Curso de Inglés A2 (140 horas) con tutor nativo en Campus Virtual Oficial de la Universidad de Cambridge