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English Professional (Level-5)

Week A

I can…

  • talk about current affairs and different cultures
  • talk about technology and creativity
  • use passive phrases, eg it is said…
  • give a presentation
  • interact with others on collaborative research projects
  • organise and structure arguments with signposting language, eg consequently, for instance, besides
  • recognise and use intonation to imply meaning

Week B

I can…

  • talk about the advertising and social media
  • talk about my home and community
  • use future forms without any mistakes
  • distinguish between formal and informal language
  • express degrees of certainty, eg potentially, definitely
  • understand vocabulary about the Internet
  • write an email
  • use online resources to support my studies

Week C

I can…

  • talk about consumerism and possessions
  • talk about dramas and laughs
  • use present forms accurately
  • use concessive clauses, eg ‘I like England, although it’s colder than my country’ and linking words, eg in spite of
  • identify and use common colloquial collocations and idiomatic language
  • give and justify opinions
  • critique and review
  • summarise a text

Week D

I can…

  • talk about adventures and memorable events
  • talk about mishaps and celebrations
  • use a range of narrative tenses accurately
  • understand the difference in meaning between can’t have, needn’t have, must have and didn’t need to, and use these correctly
  • use a range of time expressions and linkers, eg yet, prior to that, afterwards
  • use multiple adjectives in the correct order§
  • respond to speakers by showing a range of emotions including surprise, shock and indifference
  • hear and identify intrusive sounds which appear between words

Week E

I can…

  • talk about medicine and natural resources
  • talk about travel and foreign countries
  • use mixed conditionals
  • express obligation, necessity and permission with ‘time’ phrases, eg it’s (about) time
  • use articles and determiners in a range of contexts
  • give advice and make suggestions in a variety of situations
  • listen for gist and detailed information

Week F

I can…

  • talk about lifestyles and stereotypes
  • talk about topics connected to trends and generation gaps
  • use structures to compare and contrast, including adverbs of degree
  • use skimming and scanning techniques when I am reading
  • use indirect and embedded questions
  • use as and like
  • write a short essay including formal linkers