Curso de Inglés B1 (140 horas) Campus Virtual Oficial de la Universidad de Cambridge

English With Cambridge


Único curso online desarrollado por la Universidad de Cambridge. Los alumnos aprenderán inglés desde el propio Campus Virtual Oficial de la Universidad.
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 y revisiones.


Unit 1
• Talk about people's behavior using adverbs
• Describe people's personalities using adverbs before adjectives
• Use always with a continuous verb to describe habits
• Use at least to point out the positive side of a situation
• Read online student profiles
• Write a personal profile
• Adjectives vs. manner adverbs
• Adverbs before adjectives and adverbs
• Adjective prefixes
• Behavior and personality
• Personal qualities
• Use always and a continuous verb to talk about things people do more than is usual
• Use at least to point out the positive side of a situation
Unit 2
• Talk about experiences and secret dreams using the present perfect
• Ask about unusual experiences using present perfect questions
• Keep a conversation going 
• Show interest with Do you?, Have you?, etc.
• Read a travel blog
• Write a post for a travel blog
• Present perfect statements
• Present perfect and simple past questions and answers
• Past participles of irregular verbs
• Keep the conversation going 
• Use response questions like Do you? and Have you? to show interest
Unit 3
• Talk about the best, worst, and most beautiful things in your city and country
• Describe natural features
• Use short responses to be a supportive listener
• Use superlatives for emphasis
• Read an article about world records
• Write a factual article about your country
• Superlatives
• Questions with How + adjective . . . ?
• Buildings and structures
• Natural features
• Use short responses with really and sure to agree and be a supportive listener
• Use superlatives to emphasize your opinions and feelings
Unit 4
• Talk about family life using let, make, help, have, get, want, ask, and tell
• Talk about your immediate and extended family
• Describe memories using used to and would
• Give opinions with expressions like If you ask me 
• Agree with opinions using expressions like Absolutely
• Read a blog about family meals
• Write a blog entry about a family memory
• Verbs let, make, help, have, get, want, ask, and tell
• Used to and would
• Types of families
• Relatives and extended family members
• Give opinions with expressions like It seems like . . . and If you ask me, . . . 
• Use expressions like exactly, definitely, and absolutely to agree with people's opinions
Unit 5
• Talk about eating habits using containers and quantities
• Talk about different ways to cook food
• Talk about food using too, too much, many, and enough
• Respond to suggestions by letting the other person decide
• Use expressions like I'm fine to politely refuse offers
• Read about snacks around the world
• Write about a dish from your country
• Review of countable and uncountable nouns
• Quantifiers a little, a few, very little, and very few
• Too, too much, too many, and enough
• Containers and quantities
• Different ways of cooking food
• Respond to suggestions by letting the other person decide
• Refuse offers politely with expressions like No, thanks. I'm fine.
Unit 6
• Talk about future plans and schedules using will, be going to, present continuous, and simple present
• Ask for and give advice about personal situations using modal verbs and expressions
• Use expressions with make and do
• End phone calls with expressions like I'd better go 
• Say good-bye in a friendly, informal way
• Read a blog about multitasking
• Write some advice about time management
• The future with will, be going to, the present continuous, and the simple present
• Use had better, ought to, and might want to to say what's advisable
• Use have to and going to have to to say what's necessary
• Use would rather to say what's preferable
• Expressions with make and do
• End phone conversations with expressions like I'd better go, I've got to go, and I'll call you later 
• Use informal expressions like See you later to end friendly phone conversations
Unit 7
• Talk about your circle of friends using relative clauses
• Talk about dating using phrasal verbs
• Soften comments with expressions like sort of 
• Use though to give a contrasting idea
• Read an article about online dating
• Write an article about your circle of friends
• Subject relative clauses
• Object relative clauses
• Phrasal verbs
• Phrasal verbs, including expressions to talk about relationships
• Soften comments with expressions like I think, probably, kind of, and in a way 
• Use though to give a contrasting idea
Unit 8
• Talk about wishes and imaginary situations using I wish and If clauses
• Discuss how to deal with everyday dilemmas
• Give advice using expressions like If I were you, . . . 
• Use That would be . . . to comment on a suggestion or a possibility
• Read a blog about regrets
• Write an article about how you would change your life
• Use wish + past form of verb to talk about wishes for the present or future
• Conditional sentences with if clauses about imaginary situations
• Asking about imaginary situations or events
• Expressions with verbs and prepositions
• Give advice using expressions like If I were you, . . . and You might want to . . .
• Use That would be . . . to comment on a suggestion or possibility
Unit 9
• Talk about problems with technology using questions within sentences
• Ask for help and describe how things work using how to, where to, what to, and separable phrasal verbs
• Give different opinions with expressions like On the other hand, . . . 
• Ask someone to agree with you using expressions like You know what I mean? 
• Read an article about email scams
• Write an article about protecting personal information
• Questions within sentences
• Separable phrasal verbs with objects
• how to + verb, where to + verb, and what to + verb
• Phrasal verbs, including expressions to talk about operating electronic machines and gadgets
• Give different opinions using expressions like On the other hand . . . and I know what you mean, but . . .
• Use expressions like You know what I mean? when you want someone to agree with you
Unit 10
• Talk about news with the present perfect continuous, present perfect, since, for, and in
• Use the present perfect with already, still, and yet
• Describe different kinds of movies
• Ask someone for a favor politely
• Use All right, OK, and Sure to agree to requests
• Use All right, OK, and So to change topic
• Read a movie review
• Write a review
• Present perfect continuous vs. present perfect
• Since, for, and in for duration
• Already, still, and yet with present perfect
• Kinds of movies
• Expressions to describe types of movies
• Ask for a favor politely using expressions like I was wondering . . . and Would it be OK with you . . .
• Use All right, OK, and Sure to agree to requests and All right, OK, and So to move a conversation to a new topic
Unit 11
• Speculate about people and things using must, might, can't, and could
• Describe situations and people's feelings using adjectives that end in -ed and -ing 
• Show you understand situations or feelings
• Use you see to explain a situation and I see to show you understand
• Read an article about a music education program
• Write an email to the founder of a charity
• Modal verbs must, may, might, can't, or could for speculating
• Adjectives ending in -ed vs. adjectives ending in -ing
• Feelings and reactions
• Show you understand another person's feelings or situation
• Use you see to explain a situation
• Use I see to show you understand
Unit 12
• Talk about news events using the simple past passive
• Talk about natural disasters using the simple past passive + by
• Use expressions like Guess what? to tell news
• Introduce ideas with expressions like The thing is . . . 
• Read an interview with a foreign correspondent
• Write a report using statistics
• The simple past passive
• The simple past passive with by + agent
• Adverbs with the passive
• Extreme weather conditions
• Natural disasters
• Introduce news with expressions like Did you hear (about) . . . ? and Guess what?
• Use The thing is / was . . . to introduce issues


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


189 €
Precio inicial: 380 euros. Precio en oferta: 189 euros. Además al finalizar el curso el alumno recibirá un cupón de descuento por valor de 190 euros para su próximo curso.
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