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Fast English for...

Course designed for those people who have got a basic knowledge of English and need to acquire a survival conversation level in a short period of time. You will be able to go to a foreign country with a more acceptable understanding and conversation level in few months. If what you need is to speak fluently in a short time, what you need is Fast. [TRANSLATED] Curso diseñado para aquellas personas que tienen conocimientos básicos de inglés y necesitan adquirir un nivel de conversación de supervivencia en un corto periodo de tiempo. En unos pocos meses podrás irte al extranjero con un nivel de compresión y conversación más aceptable. Si lo que necesitas es desenvolverte en poco tiempo, lo tuyo es un Fast.

Horas de teoría: 50 Horas de práctica: 50

Requerimientos:
Navegador: Internet Explorer 6 (o posterior)
Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0

 

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Fast English for... (Part 1)

It is designed for those people who have got a basic knowledge of English and need to acquire a survival conversation level in a short period of time. You will be able to go to a foreign country with a more acceptable understanding and conversation level in few months. If what you need is to speak fluently in a short time, what you need is Fast. [TRANSLATED] Diseñado para aquellas personas que tienen conocimientos básicos de inglés y necesitan adquirir un nivel de conversación de supervivencia en un corto periodo de tiempo. En unos pocos meses podrás irte al extranjero con un nivel de compresión y conversación más aceptable. Si lo que necesitas es desenvolverte en poco tiempo, lo tuyo es un Fast.

  • On the plane to England. (I)

    Grammar: To Be: Present. Affirmative sentences. Personal Pronouns. Adjectives. Notebook: England, Britain, U.K. Functions: Introducing ourselves and other people.

  • On the plane to England. (II)

    Grammar: To Be: Present. Affirmative sentences. Personal Pronouns. Adjectives. Notebook: England, Britain, U.K. Functions: Introducing ourselves and other people.

  • At the airport. (I)

    Grammar: To Be: Negatives and Interrogatives Notebook: Mrs., Miss, Ms, Mr. Functions: Giving personal information. Changing money.

  • At the airport. (II)

    Grammar: To Be: Negatives and Interrogatives Notebook: Mrs., Miss, Ms, Mr. Functions: Giving personal information. Changing money.

  • At the school. (I)

    Grammar: Articles: a/an, the, - Notebook: British Addresses Functions: Talking about numbers. Talking about colours. Reserving some tickets.

  • At the school. (II)

    Grammar: Articles: a/an, the, - Notebook: British Addresses Functions: Talking about numbers. Talking about colours. Reserving some tickets.

  • In the cafeteria. (I)

    Grammar: Possessive adjectives. Possessive pronouns Notebook: British telephone numbers Functions: Making friends

  • In the cafeteria. (II)

    Grammar: Possessive adjectives. Possessive pronouns Notebook: British telephone numbers Functions: Making friends

  • Maria goes to the newsagent's. (I)

    Grammar: Demonstrative Pronouns: This (one) - these (ones), That (one) - those (ones), Which (one) - Whose. How much ...? Numbers. Notebook: Thousand and decimals Functions: Going shopping

  • Maria goes to the newsagent's. (II)

    Grammar: Demonstrative Pronouns: This (one) - these (ones), That (one) - those (ones), Which (one) - Whose. How much ...? Numbers. Notebook: Thousand and decimals Functions: Going shopping

  • At the bus stop. (I)

    Grammar: Present Simple: Affirmatives Notebook: Morning a.m. Afternoon p.m. Evening Functions: Asking and telling the time. Describing a typical day. Ordering a taxi.

  • At the bus stop. (II)

    Grammar: Present Simple: Affirmatives Notebook: Morning a.m. Afternoon p.m. Evening Functions: Asking and telling the time. Describing a typical day. Ordering a taxi.

  • The family. (I)

    Grammar: Present Simple: Negatives and Interrogatives Notebook: Times for the meals in Great Britain and the U.S. Functions: Talking about the family. Reserving a table in a restaurant

  • The family. (II)

    Grammar: Present Simple: Negatives and Interrogatives Notebook: Times for the meals in Great Britain and the U.S. Functions: Talking about the family. Reserving a table in a restaurant

  • Closed on Sundays. (I)

    Grammar: Frequency adverbs. Prepositions of time Notebook: Shops? timetable Functions: Phoning for train information. Talking about the weather

  • Closed on Sundays. (II)

    Grammar: Frequency adverbs. Prepositions of time Notebook: Shops? timetable Functions: Phoning for train information. Talking about the weather

  • In a pub in London. (I)

    Grammar: Personal Object Pronouns Notebook: Pubs Functions: Asking for the menu and the bill in a restaurant. Ordering food and drink.

  • In a pub in London. (II)

    Grammar: Personal Object Pronouns Notebook: Pubs Functions: Asking for the menu and the bill in a restaurant. Ordering food and drink.

Fast English for... (Part 2)

It is designed for those people who have got a basic knowledge of English and need to acquire a survival conversation level in a short period of time. You will be able to go to a foreign country with a more acceptable understanding and conversation level in few months. If what you need is to speak fluently in a short time, what you need is Fast. [TRANSLATED] Diseñado para aquellas personas que tienen conocimientos básicos de inglés y necesitan adquirir un nivel de conversación de supervivencia en un corto periodo de tiempo. En unos pocos meses podrás irte al extranjero con un nivel de compresión y conversación más aceptable. Si lo que necesitas es desenvolverte

  • What's it like? (I)

    Grammar: Interrogative pronouns: Who? What? Where? How? Notebook: Capital letters Functions: Describing what something is like. Enrolling for a course.

  • What's it like? (II)

    Grammar: Interrogative pronouns: Who? What? Where? How? Notebook: Capital letters Functions: Describing what something is like. Enrolling for a course.

  • Gina's new apartment. (I)

    Grammar: There is / There are. Prepositions of location. Adverbs of place. Notebook: Telephone enquiries Functions: Describing a house. Directory inquiries

  • Gina's new apartment. (II)

    Grammar: There is / There are. Prepositions of location. Adverbs of place. Notebook: Telephone enquiries Functions: Describing a house. Directory inquiries

  • Asking for directions. (I)

    Grammar: Adverbial prepositions. Imperatives Notebook: Metro Functions: Asking for directions. In the taxi.

  • Asking for directions. (II)

    Grammar: Adverbial prepositions. Imperatives Notebook: Metro Functions: Asking for directions. In the taxi.

  • What's for dinner? (I)

    Grammar: Adjectives of quantity: How much, how many, some, any. Countable / . Notebook: Fish and chips shops Functions: Talking about quantities. Asking for information about a bus timetable.

  • What's for dinner. (II)

    Grammar: Adjectives of quantity: How much, how many, some, any. Countable / . Notebook: Fish and chips shops Functions: Talking about quantities. Asking for information about a bus timetable.

  • At the doctor's. (I)

    Grammar: Have / Have got Notebook: British medical system Functions: Describing how we feel. Talking about part of the body. Making an appointment.

  • At the doctor's. (II)

    Grammar: Have / Have got Notebook: British medical system Functions: Describing how we feel. Talking about part of the body. Making an appointment.

  • Free time. (I)

    Grammar: The gerund. Like, hate, don?t mind, love, prefer Notebook: The Euro Functions: Talking about our free time, what we like doing / what we don?t like doing. Making future arrangements.

  • Free time. (II)

    Grammar: The gerund. Like, hate, don?t mind, love, prefer Notebook: The Euro Functions: Talking about our free time, what we like doing / what we don?t like doing. Making future arrangements.

  • Responsibilities. (I)

    Grammar: Want to, have to, must, mustn?t, need, needn?t. Notebook: Contractions Functions: Talking about what we need or needn?t, and what we have to do. Making arrangements.

  • Responsibilities. (II)

    Grammar: Want to, have to, must, mustn?t, need, needn?t. Notebook: Contractions Functions: Talking about what we need or needn?t, and what we have to do. Making arrangements.

  • John is talking to an old friend. (I)

    Grammar: Present Continuous: affirmative, negative and interrogative. Simple present or present continuous. Notebook: Telephone dialogues Functions: Saying what we are doing.

  • John is talking to an old friend. (II)

    Grammar: Present Continuous: affirmative, negative and interrogative. Simple present or present continuous. Notebook: Telephone dialogues Functions: Saying what we are doing.

  • Simple past. (I)

    Grammar: Simple Past: Regular and irregular verbs: Affirmative, negative and interrogative. Notebook: Britons drive on the left Functions: Saying what we did.

  • Simple past. (II)

    Grammar: Simple Past: Regular and irregular verbs: Affirmative, negative and interrogative. Notebook: Britons drive on the left Functions: Saying what we did.

Fast English for... (Part 3)

It is designed for those people who have got a basic knowledge of English and need to acquire a survival conversation level in a short period of time. You will be able to go to a foreign country with a more acceptable understanding and conversation level in few months. If what you need is to speak fluently in a short time, what you need is Fast. [TRANSLATED] Diseñado para aquellas personas que tienen conocimientos básicos de inglés y necesitan adquirir un nivel de conversación de supervivencia en un corto periodo de tiempo. En unos pocos meses podrás irte al extranjero con un nivel de compresión y conversación más aceptable. Si lo que necesitas es desenvolverte en poco tiempo, lo tuyo es un Fast.

  • Monday Morning. (I)

    Grammar: The Simple Past - To Be Notebook: Courtesy words: please, excuse me ... Functions: Talking about ourselves in the past. Visiting the doctor.

  • Monday Morning. (II)

    Grammar: The Simple Past - To Be Notebook: Courtesy words: please, excuse me ... Functions: Talking about ourselves in the past. Visiting the doctor.

  • Can you speak English? (I)

    Grammar: Can / Can?t. Could Notebook: Synonyms Functions: Talking on the telephone. Inquiring and booking at the travel agency.

  • Can you speak English? (II)

    Grammar: Can / Can?t. Could Notebook: Synonyms Functions: Talking on the telephone. Inquiring and booking at the travel agency.

  • What will we do? (I)

    Grammar: Future - Will: Affirmative, negative and interrogative Notebook: Red postboxes, buses, telephone boxes ... Functions: Talking about the future. Arranging a meeting.

  • What will we do? (II)

    Grammar: Future - Will: Affirmative, negative and interrogative Notebook: Red postboxes, buses, telephone boxes ... Functions: Talking about the future. Arranging a meeting.

  • Buying clothes. (I)

    Grammar: Comparative and superlative forms of adjectives. Notebook: American, British and European sizes Functions: Comparing things. Buying clothes (sizes)

  • Buying clothes. (II)

    Grammar: Comparative and superlative forms of adjectives. Notebook: American, British and European sizes Functions: Comparing things. Buying clothes (sizes)

  • A conversation. (I)

    Grammar: Future: going to Notebook: Polite requests. Can you ...? Could you ...? Functions: Talking about the future. Giving directions.

  • A conversation. (II)

    Grammar: Future: going to Notebook: Polite requests. Can you ...? Could you ...? Functions: Talking about the future. Giving directions.

  • Have you ever been to England? I

    Grammar: Present Perfect. Have just. Yet / Still / Already Notebook: Ordinal numbers Functions: Talking about dates. Saying what we have done and what we haven?t done.

  • Have you ever been to England? II

    Grammar: Present Perfect. Have just. Yet / Still / Already Notebook: Ordinal numbers Functions: Talking about dates. Saying what we have done and what we haven?t done.

  • Goodbye. (I)

    Grammar: Would, could, might, may ... First and second conditionals. Notebook: Degree of formality when talking Functions: Speaking in formal and informal ways. Checking in. Making a hotel reservation.

  • Goodbye. (II)

    Grammar: Would, could, might, may ... First and second conditionals. Notebook: Degree of formality when talking Functions: Speaking in formal and informal ways. Checking in. Making a hotel reservation.

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