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INGLÉS BÁSICO A2

Cod.04790018
CONTENIDOS

Contenidos funcionales

Ask

about a tourist attraction
about hotel facilities
where someone is from
about past experiences and events
about the weather
a favor

Describe

a hotel room
how you feel
actions that are happening
routines
a burglary

Excuse yourself
Greet someone
Introduce yourself
Spell a name
Talk about

likes and dislikes
professions 
art
free time
hunger
sports
the past
animals
basketball
cooking
disappointments
a future trip
future plans
space travel
the future
the weather
things we must /mustn’t do
things we should /shouldn’t do
past experiences and events
things you have /haven’t done
your dreams
your interests
a tour

Give

directions
someone your location
information about the weather

Report a burglary
Thank someone
Explain Tai Chi
Keep in touch
Get information about the weather
Buy presents
Plan a weekend
Solve problems on a trip
Apologize
Go shopping for clothes
Pack a suitcase
Say goodbye to a friend

 

Contenidos gramaticales

To Be
Possessive Adjectives
Like / Love + Noun
Like / Love + Verb + -ing
A / An / Some / Any
Have / Has
There is / There are
Present Simple Present Continuous
Stative Verbs
Was / were: positive and negative; yes / no questions
There was / There were: positive and negative; yes / no questions; wh-questions
Past simple: regular / irregular verbs; positive and negative; time expressions; yes / no questions and short answers; wh-questions
Future Simple (will): positive and negative; yes / no questions and short answers; wh- questions
Future (Be going to): positive and negative; questions
Present continuous with future meaning
Should: positive and negative; questions
Must / mustn’t / can / should
Object pronouns
Present Perfect: positive (since / for); negative (already / yet / never); yes / no questions; wh-questions
Comparatives I and II Superlatives I and II
Adverbs and their comparison
 

Contenidos léxicos

Countries    
Mr. / Mrs. / Ms.
Professions
Hotels, facilities, services
Tourist attractions
Directions
Outdoor market
Body
Illness
Routines and habits
Illness and injury   
Detective work/questions
Rooms in an apartment
Theft (and its investigation)
Sports and competition
Phone calls
The future: 20 years from now
Plans
Places
Dreams
Clothes
Traveling
Apartment swap
Vacation apartment
Dinner
Restaurant order

 

Contenidos fonéticos

Comparing vowels Simple Past Tense endings /t/ /d/ /Id/
Silent syllables/letters in words
Stressed syllables and words (intonation)
Elision of consonants
Comparison between want and won’t
Stressed words in sentences (intonation)
Pronunciation of stressed words
Pronunciation of questions (intonation) Was-were
Main stress on words or phrases
Stressed words in sentences
Comparing /d / and /j/
Pronouncing both, either and neither.
 

Nota: puesto que los materiales didácticos del CUIDD son materiales recomendados, esta lista es meramente orientativa. En los exámenes se exigirán los contenidos correspondientes al nivel A2 según el MCER.