• Comparing and speculating • Talking about yourself and your interests • Talking about your education and future plans • Expressing your opinion • Agreeing and disagreeing • Reaching a conclusion • Justifying your opinion • Interacting with a partner • Expressing preferences • Writing engaging openings • Describing places using adjectives • Writing good paragraphs with topic sentences • Using linking words for contrasting ideas • Making suggestions • Using informal language • Making recommendations • Giving supporting details • Using formal language • Using linking words for giving examples and adding information • Describing a person • Writing descriptions • Communicating feelings using adjectives and expressions • Using headings • Summarizing ideas in a closing paragrapgh • Using linking words for introducing facts and showing purpose
• Identifying the topic of a text • Understanding meaning from context • Identifying main ideas • Finding specific information and location details • Following the development of events • Comparing and constrasting • Drawing inferences • Understanding referencing • Understanding cause and effect • Recognizing attitude, opinion and point of view • Finding keywords • Predicting what to listen for • Listening for paraphrasing • Being careful of distractors • Idenifying the speakers and the topics • Identifying opinions • Finding keywords in the choices • Listening for paraphrasing
• Travel and Tourism • Man & Animal • Education • Food & Nutrition • Entertainment • Media Today • Family Relationships • Sports • Nature & The Environment • Changes and Challenges
• Present simple, present continuous, present perfect simple, present perfect continuous, stative verbs. • Prepositions of time, place and movement. • Past simple, past continuous, past perfect simple, past perfect continuous, present perfect simple/past simple. • Used to/Would • Future simple, Fufure continuous, future perfect simple, be going to, present simple/continuous with future meaning. • Adjectives and adverbs, comparatives and superlatives • Modals, semi-modals and modal perfects. • Passive • Causatives • Reported Speech • Special structures: had better, would rather, prefer, it's time, it's high time, it's about time, etc. • Conditionals/Wish • Temporals • Gerunds and infinitives • Be/Get used to • Special interrogative forms, Tag questions, inversions • Relative Clauses • Adverbs of probabilty • Special structures: so/such, too/enough • Determiners: both, each, one, all, etc. • Expressions • Phrasal verbs
• Intonation, stress and rhythm • Consonant and vowel sounds • Past forms • Silent letters
Nota: puesto que los materiales didácticos del CUID son materiales recomendados, esta lista es meramente orientativa. En los exámenes se exigirán los contenidos correspondientes al nivel B2 según el MCER.