Ask for personal information and check your understanding.
Write a personal profile.
Talk about everyday actions.
Understand conjunctions in reading.
Making suggestions and arrangements.
Describe where you live.
Use opening and closing phrases in an email.
Understand pronoun referencing.
Ask for and give directions.
Use the imperative to give instructions.
Buy things in a shop.
Write an online product review.
Tell a story.
Write a test to text message.
Understand time sequencers in a text.
Ask for and give opinions.
Agree and disagree.
Post a website comment.
Ask questions using the past simple.
Understand present and past questions.
Ask for information at the train station.
Write an e- mail about your perfect holiday.
Talk about cooking.
Ask about and recommend a place to eat.
Offer food in a restaurant.
Give preferences and reasons .
Write a description of a place.
Say why you do things.
Deal with unknown words.
Write a formal/informal notice.
Offer to do something.
Speak on the phone.
Write a review.
Use pronouns in writing.
Present simple to Be.
Present simple/Continuous positive and negative.
Ask Wh- questions.
Possessive 's and possessive determiners.
Adverbs of frequency.
There is / There are.
Articles a / an /the.
Can, can't, could, couldn't.
Must / mustn’t / / should.
Past simple: regular/irregular verbs; positive and negative; questions.
Comparative and superlative adjectives.
Be going to: positive and negative; questions.
Infinitive of purpose.
Should, shouldn't, have to, don't have to.
Present Perfect and past simple.
Countries, nationalities and languages.
Regular and irregular plural nouns.
Telling the time.
Jobs and work.
Places in a town/city.
Rooms, furniture and prepositions of place.
Clothes and accessories.
Adjectives and adverbs.
Common regular verb collocations.
Adverbs of degree.
A healthy lifestyle.
Sports and fitness.
Easily confused words.
Talking about holiday.
Expressions with get, take and have.
Food and drink.
In the kitchen.
Nature and geography.
Adjective+ noun collocations.
Making adjectives stronger.
Similar vowel sounds.
Third person -(e)s.
Saying the time.
Do and does.
The schwa sound.
The past oof to be.
-ed ending in past simple verbs.
Stressed sentences (intonation).
Past simple irregular verbs/negative.
Did in past simple questions.
Than in comparative sentences.
The ... -est in sentences.
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 A2 según el MCER.