ANGLAIS : 40H VISIO EN INDIVIDUEL + E-LEARNING BABBEL 12 MOIS + TOEIC

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Langue Anglais
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NB heures (Visio) 40 H
Durée (e-Learning) 12 mois
Prix TTC 2880.00 €
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ANGLAIS : 40H VISIO EN INDIVIDUEL + E-LEARNING BABBEL 12 MOIS + TOEIC
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Parcours de formation
(Exemples)
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Countries and nationalities
In this lesson you will put into practice the names of important countries, nations and nationalities. The lesson assumes a basic knowledge of the verb ‘be’.
60 min
Describing people
In this lesson you will learn basic adjectives and structures for describing people’s appearance and personality.
60 min
Nice to meet you
This is a short warmer lesson. Learn and practise some basic expressions for meeting and greeting each other.
60 min
A city break
In this lesson you will learn and practice vocabulary to talk about a city break. Exercises cover places to go, what to pack and how to get around a city. There is a also a grammar activity on there was/there were, in which you can complete a conversation in a messaging app. 
60 min
At a hotel
In this lesson you will learn how to book a hotel room and check in at a hotel.
60 min
Crazy hotels
In this lesson you will learn how to create sentences with there is and there are. The worksheet is based on a text and dialogue about four unusual hotels. There is a vocabulary exercise and a speaking activity. The lesson develops reading, listening and speaking skills.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Free time
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary for typical leisure time activities. The worksheet also presents adverbs of frequency (never, rarely, sometimes, often, etc.) as well as once/twice/three times a week/month/year. There are lots of How often ...? questions.
60 min
Jobs and routines
In this lesson, the names of various jobs are introduced, and you will learn how to speak about your daily routines using the present simple. The present simple affirmative and question forms are presented.
60 min
Telling the time
In this lesson you will learn how to tell the time and practise basic numbers.
60 min
Times of the Day
In this lesson, students learn basic time words including morning, afternoon, evening, night, midday, midnight, etc. The worksheet includes an activity on prepositions commonly used with times/parts of the day.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Celebrities
This lesson contains the past simple forms of regular verbs. The worksheet is based on a text about Michael Jackson.
60 min
Christmas Day
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary connected with Christmas. Exercises cover typical Christmas things, presents, Christmas dinner and what people do on Christmas Day.
60 min
Social expressions
You will learn and practise some basic social expressions.
60 min
True or false
In this lesson you will study the comparative form of adjectives and at the same time learn the names of different animals.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Cultural differences
In this lesson you will compare the behaviour and cultural habits of people from different countries. The structure and use of common adverbs is introduced and practised.
60 min
Extreme places
In this lessonyou will study the superlative form of adjectives by reading about the most 'extreme' places where people live.
60 min
Ready to travel
In this lesson you will learn how to use the infinitive for expressing purpose. The worksheet covers grammar including the past simple, question forms, going to + infinitive, etc.
60 min
Something to eat
You will learn vocabulary for describing food and drink, as well as the use of countable and uncountable nouns with some and any. This lesson can be linked to Crazy hotels.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Furniture and appliances
In this lesson you will learn how to describe and talk about furniture and appliances in the home.
60 min
In the home
In this lesson you will learn how to describe different types of homes, typical features of homes as well as expressions for describing household chores. The lesson assumes prior of knowledge of the present simple and expressions of frequency.
60 min
The kitchen
Learn and use vocabulary connected with the kitchen. Study vocabulary for kitchen equipment and furniture, jobs, and common kitchen verbs.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
At a restaurant
In this lesson you will learn how to order a meal at a restaurant.
60 min
At a supermarket
In this lesson you will learn useful words and expressions that you can use when shopping in a supermarket.
60 min
At the cinema
This worksheet presents basic cinema vocabulary and gets students talking about films using simple, understandable sentences.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Healthy living
You will practise forming questions with how much / how many and answering with a lot, much, many, a few, a little, etc.
60 min
Nature and the garden
In this lesson you will learn words and phrases for things that you find and do in the garden. Practise how to use the demonstrative pronouns, this, that, these and those.
60 min
Seasons and months
In this lesson describe the different seasons of the year, including seasonal activities and clothes that people typically wear. There is also an exercise on ordinal numbers and the months of the year.
60 min
Sports and activities
In this lesson you will learn basic words and structures for describing sports, activities and sports people.
60 min
Asking for directions
In this lesson you will learn how to ask for and give directions. There is a role play activity at the end of the worksheet.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Pubs
This unit focuses on vocabulary in the context of pubs and beverages. They will listen to a conversation between two friends talking about different kinds of beers and making plans to meet at a pub. At the end of the lesson learners will also be able to use the present continuous to talk about future plans.
60 min
Payment
This unit focuses on vocabulary in the context of money and payment. Learners will listen to a conversation between two friends talking about different methods of payment and a holiday experience. At the end of the lesson they will also be able use the modal verbs of ability ‘can’ and ‘could’ correctly .
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Business people
This lesson contains the past simple forms of regular verbs. The worksheet includes a text about Steve Jobs and a gap-fill exercise and speaking activity on Anita Roddick, who was Britain's most famous businesswoman.
60 min
First meeting
You will learn and practise some basic expressions for meeting and greeting each other and review the first, second and third person forms of the verb be.
60 min
Making small talk
In this lesson you will learn how to socialise in English. The worksheets presents a variety of conversation starters and responses.
60 min
Questions
You will practise asking questions with the words who, why, where, when, whose, etc. The worksheet assumes a basic knowledge of the present simple, present continuous and past simple.
60 min
On your desk
This lesson teaches vocabulary for common objects found on a desk.
60 min
Problems at work
The theme of this elementary+ lesson plan is work-related problems. Activities cover office, company and personal work problems. The worksheet ends with a dialogue-based exercise in which you listen to two colleagues trying to fix a printer problem.
60 min
Rules of the workplace
In this lesson you will learn the use of can/can't for talking about permission and prohibition. The lesson features a listening exercise in which a manager is explaining workplace rules to a new employee.
60 min
The workplace
In this lesson you will learn how to describe different places of work as well as common collocations for typical work tasks. The lesson assumes prior of knowledge of the present simple and expressions of frequency.
60 min
Business trips
In this lesson you will study the present perfect form of the verb 'be'. It also contains grammar for 'going to' + infinitive.
60 min
Commuting
In this lesson you will learn key prepositions and useful adjectives for talking about commuting to work. There is also a vocabulary exercise on car parts. The worksheet covers the present simple with adverbs of frequency and comparative forms of adjectives.
60 min
Companies and places
In this lesson you will study the superlative form of adjectives by reading short profiles of several renowned companies.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Making and taking calls
The telephone is one of the most important means of communication in an office. Learning the right thing to say when you make and receive phone calls should be a priority.
60 min
Taking and leaving messages
Most people become flustered when asked to leave a message with another person or on voicemail. It takes some skill and practice to be able to effectively take and leave messages on the phone.
60 min
Setting an appointment
Setting an appointment is a very important skill in the corporate world. In this lesson, you will learn the basic expressions you need to master to be able to set an appointment over the telephone.
60 min
Making enquiries
It’s important to know how to make enquiries on the phone. In this lesson, you will learn the proper way of asking questions in English.
60 min
Following up requests and orders
After making a call to request or order something over the phone, you still need to follow it up by calling again. Learn the right expressions and vocabulary to be able to perform this activity.
60 min
Requesting for and clarifying information
It is sometimes hard to understand each other on the phone. For this reason, you need to know how to request and clarify information.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Talking about job qualifications and functions
In business, you will inevitably have an interview. You need to be able to talk about your job qualifications well. This will actually help the interviewer decide if you will be hired or not.
60 min
Talking about preferences in an interview
In interviews, people are sometimes asked about their preferences. You need to be able to explain your preferences clearly without sounding like you’re demanding. You will learn that in this lesson
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Company history
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about the history of a company using the past simple.
60 min
Countries and nationalities (business version)
You will learn and put into practice the names of important countries, nations and nationalities. You will use target language to talk about the origins of some world famous brands. The lesson assumes a basic knowledge of the verb 'be'.
60 min
Describing people at work
In this lesson you will learn basic adjectives for describing people's character traits at work.
60 min
Entertaining business clients
In this dialogue-based worksheet, you will learn vocabulary connected with entertaining business clients. Activities cover choosing places to take clients, the dos and don'ts of hosting clients and useful restaurant language. The worksheet ends with a conversation between two colleagues discussing where to take their clients.
60 min
Work and play
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary for typical work tasks and leisure time activities. The worksheet presents adverbs of frequency (never, rarely, sometimes, often, etc.) as well as once/twice/three times a week/month/year. There are lots of How often ...? questions.
60 min
Work relationships
In this lesson you will learn basic vocabulary for describing the relationships between the members of a company's staff.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Free time
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary for typical leisure time activities. The worksheet also presents adverbs of frequency (never, rarely, sometimes, often, etc.) as well as once/twice/three times a week/month/year. There are lots of How often ...? questions.
60 min
Jobs and routines
In this lesson, the names of various jobs are introduced, and you will learn how to speak about your daily routines using the present simple. The present simple affirmative and question forms are presented.
60 min
Telling the time
In this lesson you will learn how to tell the time and practise basic numbers.
60 min
Times of the Day
In this lesson, students learn basic time words including morning, afternoon, evening, night, midday, midnight, etc. The worksheet includes an activity on prepositions commonly used with times/parts of the day.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Describing experiences
A big chunk of information you communicate is a description or retelling of your experiences. It's important for you to be able to use words that easily and accurately capture the experience you are relating.
60 min
Describing routines
Describing what you do over a period of time and with some regularity is a basic language function used in the practice of critical thinking and finding patterns and relationships between ideas, situations, and things.
60 min
Describing customs
Understanding other cultures and customs goes a long way in establishing rapport and building cordial business relationships internationally. Your ability to perform this function helps you to do business well.
60 min
Expressing preferences
Being able to express your preference over a range of choices --- whether ideas, actions, things, people, or situations --- gives you an advantage, especially when conducting negotiations or when disagreeing in business discussions.
60 min
Customer Service (Delivery Part 1)
In the modern economy, customer service in regards to delivery is a very important element of any business. This units looks at the basic vocabulary needed for this and the issues to discuss related to it, such as storage and despatch.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Countries and nationalities
In this lesson you will put into practice the names of important countries, nations and nationalities. The lesson assumes a basic knowledge of the verb ‘be’.
60 min
Describing people
In this lesson you will learn basic adjectives and structures for describing people’s appearance and personality.
60 min
Nice to meet you
This is a short warmer lesson. Learn and practise some basic expressions for meeting and greeting each other.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Free time
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary for typical leisure time activities. The worksheet also presents adverbs of frequency (never, rarely, sometimes, often, etc.) as well as once/twice/three times a week/month/year. There are lots of How often ...? questions.
60 min
Jobs and routines
In this lesson, the names of various jobs are introduced, and you will learn how to speak about your daily routines using the present simple. The present simple affirmative and question forms are presented.
60 min
Telling the time
In this lesson you will learn how to tell the time and practise basic numbers.
60 min
Times of the Day
In this lesson, students learn basic time words including morning, afternoon, evening, night, midday, midnight, etc. The worksheet includes an activity on prepositions commonly used with times/parts of the day.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Celebrities
This lesson contains the past simple forms of regular verbs. The worksheet is based on a text about Michael Jackson.
60 min
Christmas Day
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary connected with Christmas. Exercises cover typical Christmas things, presents, Christmas dinner and what people do on Christmas Day.
60 min
Social expressions
You will learn and practise some basic social expressions.
60 min
True or false
In this lesson you will study the comparative form of adjectives and at the same time learn the names of different animals.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Checking in at a hotel
This unit focuses on vocabulary for checking in at a hotel. The learners will listen to a conversation between a receptionist and a customer. At the end of the lesson learners will be able to form closed questions using the present simple tense.
60 min
Ordering food at a restaurant
This unit focuses on vocabulary for ordering at a restaurant. The learners will listen to a conversation between a waiter and two customers. At the end of the lesson learners will be able to use the correct quantifiers with countable and uncountable nouns.
60 min
Asking for and giving directions
In this unit learners will focus on vocabulary for asking for and giving directions. They will listen to a conversation between a tourist and a local. At the end of the lesson learners will be able to correctly use the prepositions of place.
60 min
Describing an event
It’s important to practice how to describe an event. You will definitely witness a lot of events that are worth recounting to your friends or colleagues.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Describing experiences
A big chunk of information you communicate is a description or retelling of your experiences. It's important for you to be able to use words that easily and accurately capture the experience you are relating.
60 min
Describing routines
Describing what you do over a period of time and with some regularity is a basic language function used in the practice of critical thinking and finding patterns and relationships between ideas, situations, and things.
60 min
Describing customs
Understanding other cultures and customs goes a long way in establishing rapport and building cordial business relationships internationally. Your ability to perform this function helps you to do business well.
60 min
Expressing preferences
Being able to express your preference over a range of choices --- whether ideas, actions, things, people, or situations --- gives you an advantage, especially when conducting negotiations or when disagreeing in business discussions.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
At the coffee shop
In this lesson you will learn how to order coffee and snacks in a coffee shop. For the listening activity, you can play a dialogue or animated video of a coffee shop scene.
60 min
Family
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about your families using vocabulary for family members and possessives. Basic questions for requesting information about people are also reviewed in the lesson.
60 min
I can drive
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about ability using the modal verb can/can’t.
60 min
What’s the weather like?
This worksheet presents basic vocabulary for describing the weather. Talk about the weather in your country using adverbs of frequency.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Company history
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about the history of a company using the past simple.
60 min
Countries and nationalities (business version)
You will learn and put into practice the names of important countries, nations and nationalities. You will use target language to talk about the origins of some world famous brands. The lesson assumes a basic knowledge of the verb 'be'.
60 min
Describing people at work
In this lesson you will learn basic adjectives for describing people's character traits at work.
60 min
Entertaining business clients
In this dialogue-based worksheet, you will learn vocabulary connected with entertaining business clients. Activities cover choosing places to take clients, the dos and don'ts of hosting clients and useful restaurant language. The worksheet ends with a conversation between two colleagues discussing where to take their clients.
60 min
Work and play
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary for typical work tasks and leisure time activities. The worksheet presents adverbs of frequency (never, rarely, sometimes, often, etc.) as well as once/twice/three times a week/month/year. There are lots of How often ...? questions.
60 min
Work relationships
In this lesson you will learn basic vocabulary for describing the relationships between the members of a company's staff.
60 min
Business trips
In this lesson you will study the present perfect form of the verb 'be'. It also contains grammar for 'going to' + infinitive.
60 min
Commuting
In this lesson you will learn key prepositions and useful adjectives for talking about commuting to work. There is also a vocabulary exercise on car parts. The worksheet covers the present simple with adverbs of frequency and comparative forms of adjectives.
60 min
Pubs
This unit focuses on vocabulary in the context of pubs and beverages. They will listen to a conversation between two friends talking about different kinds of beers and making plans to meet at a pub. At the end of the lesson learners will also be able to use the present continuous to talk about future plans.
60 min
Buying a house
This unit focuses on vocabulary in the context of buying a house. Learners will listen to a conversation between two friends talking about different types of houses and a problem called ‘the rental trap’. At the end of the lesson they will also be able to differentiate between the use of ‘so’ and ‘too’.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Countries and nationalities
In this lesson you will put into practice the names of important countries, nations and nationalities. The lesson assumes a basic knowledge of the verb ‘be’.
60 min
Describing people
In this lesson you will learn basic adjectives and structures for describing people’s appearance and personality.
60 min
Nice to meet you
This is a short warmer lesson. Learn and practise some basic expressions for meeting and greeting each other.
60 min
At a restaurant
In this lesson you will learn how to order a meal at a restaurant.
60 min
At a supermarket
In this lesson you will learn useful words and expressions that you can use when shopping in a supermarket.
60 min
At the cinema
This worksheet presents basic cinema vocabulary and gets students talking about films using simple, understandable sentences.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Healthy living
You will practise forming questions with how much / how many and answering with a lot, much, many, a few, a little, etc.
60 min
Nature and the garden
In this lesson you will learn words and phrases for things that you find and do in the garden. Practise how to use the demonstrative pronouns, this, that, these and those.
60 min
Seasons and months
In this lesson describe the different seasons of the year, including seasonal activities and clothes that people typically wear. There is also an exercise on ordinal numbers and the months of the year.
60 min
Sports and activities
In this lesson you will learn basic words and structures for describing sports, activities and sports people.
60 min
Wild man
This lesson is based on a newspaper article about a hermit living alone in the Scottish wilderness. Grammar and structures covered include past simple, countable/uncountable nouns and quantifiers. The lesson also includes vocabulary for describing the outdoors as well as past time expressions with in, on, ago, yesterday and last.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Furniture and appliances
In this lesson you will learn how to describe and talk about furniture and appliances in the home.
60 min
In the home
In this lesson you will learn how to describe different types of homes, typical features of homes as well as expressions for describing household chores. The lesson assumes prior of knowledge of the present simple and expressions of frequency.
60 min
The kitchen
Learn and use vocabulary connected with the kitchen. Study vocabulary for kitchen equipment and furniture, jobs, and common kitchen verbs.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
At the coffee shop
In this lesson you will learn how to order coffee and snacks in a coffee shop. For the listening activity, you can play a dialogue or animated video of a coffee shop scene.
60 min
Family
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about your families using vocabulary for family members and possessives. Basic questions for requesting information about people are also reviewed in the lesson.
60 min
I can drive
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about ability using the modal verb can/can’t.
60 min
What’s the weather like?
This worksheet presents basic vocabulary for describing the weather. Talk about the weather in your country using adverbs of frequency.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Cultural differences
In this lesson you will compare the behaviour and cultural habits of people from different countries. The structure and use of common adverbs is introduced and practised.
60 min
Extreme places
In this lessonyou will study the superlative form of adjectives by reading about the most 'extreme' places where people live.
60 min
Ready to travel
In this lesson you will learn how to use the infinitive for expressing purpose. The worksheet covers grammar including the past simple, question forms, going to + infinitive, etc.
60 min
Something to eat
You will learn vocabulary for describing food and drink, as well as the use of countable and uncountable nouns with some and any. This lesson can be linked to Crazy hotels.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Celebrities
This lesson contains the past simple forms of regular verbs. The worksheet is based on a text about Michael Jackson.
60 min
Christmas Day
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary connected with Christmas. Exercises cover typical Christmas things, presents, Christmas dinner and what people do on Christmas Day.
60 min
Social expressions
You will learn and practise some basic social expressions.
60 min
True or false
In this lesson you will study the comparative form of adjectives and at the same time learn the names of different animals.
60 min
Buying souvenirs
In this lesson you will learn and use words for different souvenirs. Listen to a conversation between a tourist and a shop assistant, and practice buying souvenirs.  
60 min
Clothes and colours
In this worksheet you will look at words for different items of clothing and learn how to describe different colours. There is also a grammar exercise on 'some', 'a/an' and 'any'.
60 min
In a clothes shop
This lesson covers basic vocabulary for describing clothes as well as practical expressions for clothes shopping.
60 min
Sweet things
You will learn words and phrases related to sweet foods and practise how to use subject and object pronouns.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Asking for directions
In this lesson you will learn how to ask for and give directions. There is a role play activity at the end of the worksheet.
60 min
Pubs
This unit focuses on vocabulary in the context of pubs and beverages. They will listen to a conversation between two friends talking about different kinds of beers and making plans to meet at a pub. At the end of the lesson learners will also be able to use the present continuous to talk about future plans.
60 min
Holidays
In this unit learners will study vocabulary in the context of school holidays. They will listen to a conversation between two friends talking about the summer holidays and increased prices during that time. At the end of the lesson learners will be able to understand and use the past continuous.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Describing appearance
In this lesson you will learn how to describe other people’s physical appearance. The worksheet presents common adjectives used for describing what someone looks like as well as questions for asking about another person’s looks.
60 min
How do you feel?
In this you will learn and practice words for feelings. The worksheet includes visual, text-based and speaking activities. There is also an explanation on the different verbs that can be used when people talk about how they feel.
60 min
New people
In this lesson you will learn useful expressions for meeting and getting to know new people. The lesson also covers the use of the present simple and present continuous. There is animated video version of the dialogue included in the lesson plan.
60 min
So do I!
In this lesson you will learn how to use the phrases 'so do I' and 'neither do I.'  The lesson ends with a dialogue between two friends talking about a movie they just saw.
60 min
Cities and people
In this lesson you will learn words and phrases connected with cities. Visual and text-based activities focus on city places, buildings, sights and jobs.  There is also an activity on words to describe cities. The lesson ends with a pairwork activity for students to discover what the world's most populated cities are. A small amount of preparation is needed before class.
60 min
Flying
In this lesson you will learn useful vocabulary and situational expressions for catching a flight and describing an airport.
60 min
Tourist police
This lesson plan is based on an article about a new Gangnam style tourist police force in South Korea. The worksheet includes a grammar exercise on defining relative clauses.
60 min
Travel and transport
In this lesson you will learn a number of words and expressions for talking about private and public transport.
60 min
Compliments
In this lesson you will learn how to make and receive a compliment.
60 min
Describing character and behaviour
In this lesson you will learn how to describe a person’s character.
60 min
Expensive taste
In this lesson you will read a short article on how the price of food influences its taste according to a scientific study. The worksheet also presents verbs and expressions for giving and reporting opinions.
60 min
Gestures and manners
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary associated with gestures and manners. The worksheet can also be used as the basis for a discussion on good and bad manners among different cultures.
60 min
Super memory
Read an article about a young woman who has a very powerful memory. Activities focus on reading and speaking, phrasal verbs and phrases with the word ‘memory’.
60 min
Sports and games
In this lesson you will learn a variety of words for describing different sports and games.
60 min
The Good Generation
In this lesson you will read an article about how teenagers in the UK are smoking and drinking less than in the past. The worksheet focuses on vocabulary and grammar for describing trends.
60 min
The senses
In this video-aided lesson you will learn nouns and verbs used for talking about senses: sight/see, hearing/hear, touch, smell, taste.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
A day out
This lesson presents a range of vocabulary designed to help you talk about activities they might do on a free day, including visting an adventure park, exhibition, art gallery, etc. The lesson includes a dialogue between an art gallery visitor and a ticket seller.
60 min
Pet crazy
The topic of this lesson is keeping pets. Learn key vocabulary and then read an article about a Brazilian family that live with nine tigers. This is followed by an animal vocabulary exercise.
60 min
Shops and shopping
In this lesson you will learn useful words and phrases for talking about shops/stores and shopping.
60 min
Television
In this lesson you will learn key vocabulary for talking about television. Adverbs of frequency are also reviewed and practised.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Booking a holiday
In this lesson you will learn and use vocabulary for booking a holiday on the internet. Exercises cover types of holidays and accommodation, plus how to email a host if you are staying in their apartment.
60 min
Hotel reservations
In this dialogue-aided lesson you will learn how to book a hotel room and practise talking about hotels.
60 min
Travel plans
In this dialogue-based lesson you will review the structure 'going to' + infinitive for stating plans and making predictions.
60 min
Christmas words
In this lesson you will learn common words and collocations associated with Christmas.
60 min
Easter words and traditions
In this lesson you will learn about Easter traditions around the world and discover some unusual facts about this time of year.
60 min
Feeling happy
This lesson is on the topic of happiness. Activities in the worksheet cover what makes people happy, the top ten happiest countries in the world and tips about how to be happier. The grammar section of the lesson focuses on using verb + ing.
60 min
Halloween night
This vocabulary worksheet covers a variety of objects, costumes, activities and collocations related to Halloween.
60 min
Valentines Day
In this lesson you will read an article about the origins of Valentine’s Day and discover how it became connected with love.
60 min
Education
In this lesson you will learn how to describe the education system in your country using British and American English.
60 min
Famous firsts
In this lesson you will find out about the first time important events happened. There are listening and reading activities, plus exercises covering key vocabulary, irregular verbs and time phrases with 'in'.
60 min
Learning English
This lesson teaches you how to say the letters of the alphabet, how to ask about the meaning and spelling of unfamiliar words and how to describe different parts of speech (nouns, verbs, prepositions, pronouns adverbs).
60 min
Past review
In this video-aided lesson review the past simple and past continuous tenses.
60 min
Coffee personality
In this well-rounded lesson you will read a short article on how people's coffee drinking preferences determine their personality traits. A number of adjectives for describing character are introduced, and comparative and superlative forms are studied in the grammar part of the lesson.
60 min
Informal emails
In this lesson you will learn how to write informal emails. The worksheet presents a variety of typical words and expressions used when greeting someone in an email, writing pleasantries, attaching files, etc.
60 min
Photo story
In this lesson you will listen to Kate talking about her Facebook photos and study the past continuous tense.
60 min
Stereotypes
In this lesson you will read a short article on the perception of British culture according to expats living in Britain. The passive voice is studied in the grammar part of the lesson.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Describing colleagues
In this lesson you will learn how to describe colleagues and people at work using a variety of adjectives and expressions.
60 min
Working hours
In this lesson you will read an article about pros and cons of Sweden's six-hour work day. The 5-page worksheet includes a grammar activity on reported speech.
60 min
Your company
In this lesson you will listen to an employee being interviewed about her company. They then practise using the questions and key vocabulary from the dialogue to talk about their own companies.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Business emails
In this lesson you will learn how to write emails for their work. The worksheet compares formal and informal styles of writing.
60 min
Describing a job
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about a job. The worksheet presents some common nouns, adjectives and expressions used for describing jobs.
60 min
What to wear at work
In this lesson you will learn and use vocabulary for work clothes worn in different professions. The worksheet also includes activities on what to wear for job interviews and common differences between words for work clothing in British and American English.
60 min
Work space
In this lesson you will read a text about the pros and cons of working in an open-plan office. The worksheet focuses on vocabulary and speaking. There is also an exercise on linking words and phrases.
60 min
Conducting Interviews
In business, you will inevitably have an interview, either as the interviewer or the interviewee. You need the right skills to be able to participate confidently in this exercise. You will never go wrong if you know what questions to ask and how to ask them, or if you are the interviewee, know what these questions are and how to respond accordingly.
60 min
Clarifying & confirming information during interviews
Clarifying information is essential in an interview, whichever end you find yourself in—the interviewer or the interviewee. It is crucial for either person to get the information as accurately as possible. One of the best ways to do this is to clarify and confirm what you’ve heard.
60 min
Talking about common human resource issues
There are so many issues that a Human Resource practitioner needs to address at the workplace. It is important that they be able to speak about these using the right terminology and expressions in English.
60 min
Resolving human resource conflicts at the workplace
The workplace teems with various conflicts involving human resources. The Human Resource practitioner should have the right skills to find a solution that is acceptable by all parties. Doing this in one’s own language is hard enough; doing it in English may be a bit of a challenge. This lesson seeks to equip the learner with the right vocabulary and grammatical structures to perform this function in English.
60 min
Office equipment and supplies
In this lesson you will learn key vocabulary for office stationery, supplies and equipment. The worksheet includes a speaking activity and several image-based exercises.
60 min
Statistics
In this lesson you will learn how to describe graphs using simple verb and adverb combinations in the past simple. The worksheet also includes an exercise on describing pie charts using quantifiers (most ..., a quarter of ..., 10 percent of ..., etc.)
60 min
Taking a break
In this lesson you will read an article about how skipping lunch can affect productivity and wellbeing in the workplace. The worksheet includes an activity on the use of can/can't for talking about ability and possibility.
60 min
Education
In this lesson you will learn how to describe the education system in your country using British and American English.
60 min
Famous firsts
In this lesson you will find out about the first time important events happened. There are listening and reading activities, plus exercises covering key vocabulary, irregular verbs and time phrases with 'in'.
60 min
Learning English
This lesson teaches you how to say the letters of the alphabet, how to ask about the meaning and spelling of unfamiliar words and how to describe different parts of speech (nouns, verbs, prepositions, pronouns adverbs).
60 min
Past review
In this video-aided lesson review the past simple and past continuous tenses.
60 min
Assertive communication in negotiations
You need to be able to express positive and negative ideas and feelings in an open, honest, and direct manner. You need to be able to take responsibility for your words and actions without judging and blaming others. You should also be able to constructively confront and find a mutually satisfying solution in times of conflict.
60 min
Negotiating
A negotiation is like a battle. You need to come prepared and fully armed with the right expressions, vocabulary, and grammatical structure. This lesson will give you some of what you need before you sit at the negotiating table.
60 min
Making predictions in negotiations
One trap commonly experienced by negotiators is the "prediction trap", where conditions regarding uncertain matters are either over- or underestimated. In this lesson, you will learn to recognise these negotiation traps, both in language and in concept, and how to avoid them.
60 min
Expressing probability
To express the likelihood or chance that a given event or situation will occur is a language function used when explaining and discussing figures, trends, progress, future plans, as well as in decision-making.
60 min
Career advice
In this lesson you will read an article about the phrases that they should avoid using in their careers. The worksheet includes a grammar exercise on should/shouldn't + infinitive for giving advice and expressing expectation.
60 min
Living at work
In this lesson you will read about the lifestyle of certain Google employees who have reportedly been living on the company's premises. The worksheet includes several vocabulary exercises.
60 min
Password advice
In this lesson you will read an article about how to choose a password according to advice from the UK's spying agency GCHQ. The grammar section of the worksheet looks at verb patterns with the infinitive and gerund.
60 min
Time management
In this lesson you will learn and use vocabulary connected with time management. Look at tips on how to prioritise tasks.
60 min
Work and pay
This lesson plan covers vocabulary for talking about work pay. There are exercises on salary collocations, work benefits and how to read a payslip.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
So do I!
In this lesson you will learn how to use the phrases 'so do I' and 'neither do I.'  The lesson ends with a dialogue between two friends talking about a movie they just saw.
60 min
Job Satisfaction
Making sure employees are happy with their jobs is critical to ensure employee retention. This lesson will provide vocabulary to discuss ways to improve employee satisfaction and well-being in the workplace.
60 min
Pay and Benefits
HR professionals need to be able to attract the best talents. Being able to describe specific pay conditions and employee benefits is one important skill to develop when dealing with job-applicants and current workforce.
60 min
Training Courses
You need to be able to describe and analyse training content in order to assess how accurate it is for your pool of employees.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Adjectives
Build on your grammar and vocabulary in this lesson that covers adjectives ending in gh
60 min
Common Phrasal Verbs
Increase your vocabulary and knowledge by looking at various phrasal verbs and how to use them in the simple present and past tenses
60 min
Near-homonyms
Mainly working on pronunciation in this lesson to cover nar-homonyms
60 min
Promises (Will and Won’t)
Promises are made in every aspect of our lives. This lesson explains how to give and ask for promises
60 min
Responsibilities
Who is responsable for a task or others is an important part of everyday life. To help you establish what common expressions to use and how to understand them
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Describing colleagues
In this lesson you will learn how to describe colleagues and people at work using a variety of adjectives and expressions.
60 min
Working hours
In this lesson you will read an article about pros and cons of Sweden's six-hour work day. The 5-page worksheet includes a grammar activity on reported speech.
60 min
Your company
In this lesson you will listen to an employee being interviewed about her company. They then practise using the questions and key vocabulary from the dialogue to talk about their own companies.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Coffee personality
In this well-rounded lesson you will read a short article on how people's coffee drinking preferences determine their personality traits. A number of adjectives for describing character are introduced, and comparative and superlative forms are studied in the grammar part of the lesson.
60 min
Informal emails
In this lesson you will learn how to write informal emails. The worksheet presents a variety of typical words and expressions used when greeting someone in an email, writing pleasantries, attaching files, etc.
60 min
Photo story
In this lesson you will listen to Kate talking about her Facebook photos and study the past continuous tense.
60 min
Stereotypes
In this lesson you will read a short article on the perception of British culture according to expats living in Britain. The passive voice is studied in the grammar part of the lesson.
60 min
Career advice
In this lesson you will read an article about the phrases that they should avoid using in their careers. The worksheet includes a grammar exercise on should/shouldn't + infinitive for giving advice and expressing expectation.
60 min
Living at work
In this lesson you will read about the lifestyle of certain Google employees who have reportedly been living on the company's premises. The worksheet includes several vocabulary exercises.
60 min
Password advice
In this lesson you will read an article about how to choose a password according to advice from the UK's spying agency GCHQ. The grammar section of the worksheet looks at verb patterns with the infinitive and gerund.
60 min
Time management
In this lesson you will learn and use vocabulary connected with time management. Look at tips on how to prioritise tasks.
60 min
Work and pay
This lesson plan covers vocabulary for talking about work pay. There are exercises on salary collocations, work benefits and how to read a payslip.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
At home
In this lesson you will learn how to describe household chores and different rooms in their homes.
60 min
Bright ideas
In this lesson you will read about UK businessman Richard Branson's ideas. The worksheet includes a grammar exercise on defining relative clauses with 'who', 'which', 'that', 'whose' and 'where'.
60 min
Everyday expressions
In this short lesson you will learn 9 typical English social expressions.
60 min
Mobile phones - Cell phones
In this lesson you will learn useful words and phrases for talking about their mobile devices.
60 min
Money vocabulary
In this lesson you will learn and practise a variety of vocabulary related to money and value.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
In the countryside
In this short lesson you will learn how to describe the countryside, including typical land features and people who live and work in rural areas.
60 min
Nature and wildlife
This lesson teaches you how to describe the natural world, including landscape, wildlife and natural disasters.
60 min
Saving the earth
In this lesson you will learn a number of simple collocations for talking about environmental issues as well as the use of 'should/shouldn't + infinitive' for giving advice and recommendations.
60 min
Space
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary for space items, planets and words for exploring space. The worksheet also includes a grammar activity on as + as comparisons, and material to help revise the superlative.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
At the Airport
Understanding flight information at an airport can be a challenge, and missing a flight can be avoided if you know how to get and understand information for your trip.
60 min
At a Hotel
How do you find your room or use the hotel's amenities? Getting the accommodation you want and having the hotel staff attend to your needs properly are important if you want to ensure you experience a hassle-free trip.
60 min
At the Restaurant
Dining at a new place or in a new country is always an experience you can look forward to, but it doesn't have to be full of challenges and horror stories. Being careful of your diet and eating customs in your host country will make your experience more pleasant and enjoyable.
60 min
Asking for directions and information
Knowing what questions to ask to get the information you need to get to where you want should not be a difficult thing to do. How to seek the information you need, especially in a foreign country, can also be tricky. It's important for you to maintain courtesy and civility when soliciting information from strangers.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Just/Already/Yet
In this lesson you will learn the meaning of just, already and yet, and how to use them with the present perfect. There are text-based and visual exercises. 
60 min
Autumn
In this lesson you will learn and use words and phrases connected with autumn. There is an exercise on festivals in autumn around the world, and a grammar activity on adverbs of degree.
60 min
Summer
In this lesson you will learn and practise using summer vocabulary. There are activities on summer clothes, sports and activites, and summer fruits. There is also a listening activity on summer facts, plus vocabulary with the word 'sun'.
60 min
Weather and climate
In this dialogue and video-aided lesson plan you will learn how to describe the weather and talk about climate change.   
60 min
Wintertime
In this lesson you will learn and use words and phrases connected with winter. There is an exercise on special events in winter around the world, and an activity on winter temperatures.
60 min
At the Pharmacy
In this less you will learn words and phrases to use at a pharmacy. You will review the names of common health problems and practise forming questions to ask a pharmacist. The lesson ends with a dialogue in which a customer goes to a chemist with a prescription.
60 min
Illness and health
This lesson introduces vocabulary for describing illnesses, symptoms, remedies and healthy/unhealthy lifestyles.
60 min
Marie Curie
You will listen to a brief biography of scientist Marie Curie. Activities focus on listening comprehension, vocabulary and speaking.
60 min
Parts of the body
In this lesson you will learn useful vocabulary for describing parts of the body and functions of body parts. The worksheet includes a video-aided exercise.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Describing appearance
In this lesson you will learn how to describe other people’s physical appearance. The worksheet presents common adjectives used for describing what someone looks like as well as questions for asking about another person’s looks.
60 min
How do you feel?
In this you will learn and practice words for feelings. The worksheet includes visual, text-based and speaking activities. There is also an explanation on the different verbs that can be used when people talk about how they feel.
60 min
New people
In this lesson you will learn useful expressions for meeting and getting to know new people. The lesson also covers the use of the present simple and present continuous. There is animated video version of the dialogue included in the lesson plan.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Office equipment and supplies
In this lesson you will learn key vocabulary for office stationery, supplies and equipment. The worksheet includes a speaking activity and several image-based exercises.
60 min
Statistics
In this lesson you will learn how to describe graphs using simple verb and adverb combinations in the past simple. The worksheet also includes an exercise on describing pie charts using quantifiers (most ..., a quarter of ..., 10 percent of ..., etc.)
60 min
Taking a break
In this lesson you will read an article about how skipping lunch can affect productivity and wellbeing in the workplace. The worksheet includes an activity on the use of can/can't for talking about ability and possibility.
60 min
So do I!
In this lesson you will learn how to use the phrases 'so do I' and 'neither do I.'  The lesson ends with a dialogue between two friends talking about a movie they just saw.
60 min
Welcoming a visitor
In business, we meet all kinds of people and the ways to address them may differ based on their seniority and how well you know them. Being able to greet each of them in an accurate way is a useful skill that could help build successful relationships in the future.
60 min
Introducing oneself and a colleague
It is important for you to be able to make a brief self-introduction that tells people what you want them to know about you and your business. It is often your one chance to make a good first impression, so it warrants some careful attention. Introducing a colleague (or someone you have business relations with) properly will also give you a good impression.
60 min
Giving directions in a business setting
Being able to give directions and impart the correct information are important basic skills you must have, especially in a business situation. By doing so, you are able to practice spatial and systematic thinking.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
At home
In this lesson you will learn how to describe household chores and different rooms in their homes.
60 min
Bright ideas
In this lesson you will read about UK businessman Richard Branson's ideas. The worksheet includes a grammar exercise on defining relative clauses with 'who', 'which', 'that', 'whose' and 'where'.
60 min
Everyday expressions
In this short lesson you will learn 9 typical English social expressions.
60 min
Mobile phones - Cell phones
In this lesson you will learn useful words and phrases for talking about their mobile devices.
60 min
Money vocabulary
In this lesson you will learn and practise a variety of vocabulary related to money and value.
60 min
Leaving a message on the machine
Most people become flustered when confronted with a recorded message on a machine. It can be awkward "interacting" with a voice mailbox, particularly when you know you have limited time to relay your message.
60 min
Setting an appointment
Setting an appointment is a very important skill in the corporate world. In this lesson, you will learn the basic expressions you need to master to be able to set an appointment over the telephone.,Setting an appointment is a very important skill in the corporate world. In this lesson, you will learn the basic expressions you need to master to be able to set an appointment through the telephone.
60 min
Asking polite questions
Sometimes, asking questions can make you feel like you are too curious, pushing to get answers or impolite. Luckily, there are simple ways to ask polite questions. In this lesson, we will learn how indirect questions can help you get the answers you need.
60 min
Giving project updates in conference calls
When we talk about updates in a business setting, we usually provide information about work that is finished or work that we have been doing. You need to be able to distinguish those two kinds of information and express them accurately, with the right tenses. This is what you will learn in this lesson.
60 min
Communicating clearly
Being able to communicate effectively and clearly with coleagues is very important so that you are not misunderstood.,Being able to communicate effectively and clearly with coleagues is very important so that you are not misunderstood.
60 min
Phone do's and dont's
The way you speak and handle phone calls can be very important, especially if you only deal with people over the phone. You need to give the right impression.
60 min
Purchasing: Handling orders
Making sure that orders are given and received clearly to avoid mistakes being made
60 min
A day out
This lesson presents a range of vocabulary designed to help you talk about activities they might do on a free day, including visting an adventure park, exhibition, art gallery, etc. The lesson includes a dialogue between an art gallery visitor and a ticket seller.
60 min
Pet crazy
The topic of this lesson is keeping pets. Learn key vocabulary and then read an article about a Brazilian family that live with nine tigers. This is followed by an animal vocabulary exercise.
60 min
Shops and shopping
In this lesson you will learn useful words and phrases for talking about shops/stores and shopping.
60 min
Television
In this lesson you will learn key vocabulary for talking about television. Adverbs of frequency are also reviewed and practised.
60 min
Autumn
In this lesson you will learn and use words and phrases connected with autumn. There is an exercise on festivals in autumn around the world, and a grammar activity on adverbs of degree.
60 min
Summer
In this lesson you will learn and practise using summer vocabulary. There are activities on summer clothes, sports and activites, and summer fruits. There is also a listening activity on summer facts, plus vocabulary with the word 'sun'.
60 min
Weather and climate
In this dialogue and video-aided lesson plan you will learn how to describe the weather and talk about climate change.   
60 min
Wintertime
In this lesson you will learn and use words and phrases connected with winter. There is an exercise on special events in winter around the world, and an activity on winter temperatures.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Booking a holiday
In this lesson you will learn and use vocabulary for booking a holiday on the internet. Exercises cover types of holidays and accommodation, plus how to email a host if you are staying in their apartment.
60 min
Hotel reservations
In this dialogue-aided lesson you will learn how to book a hotel room and practise talking about hotels.
60 min
Travel plans
In this dialogue-based lesson you will review the structure 'going to' + infinitive for stating plans and making predictions.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Just/Already/Yet
In this lesson you will learn the meaning of just, already and yet, and how to use them with the present perfect. There are text-based and visual exercises. 
60 min
Prepositions of movement
In this lesson you will study prepositions of movement and practise how to use them. The worksheet contains both visual and written activities.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Character and feelings
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to people’s character and feelings.
60 min
Getting to know someone
In this lesson you will listen to two dialogues and study the questions that the speakers use to ask about each other’s background, work, hobbies, travel experience, etc. The worksheet also introduces terms for describing people you know, e.g. an acquaintance, a mutual friend, a flatmate, a colleague, etc.
60 min
Relationships and dating
In this lesson you will learn words and phrases connected with relationships and dating. Text and visual-based activities cover romantic events, describing relationships and dating expressions.
60 min
A room with a view
Read about how windows can affect the wellbeing of eldery people. Activities focus on reading comprehension and vocabulary (including phrasal verbs).
60 min
At the hotel
This lesson teaches common words and phrases for describing hotel facilities, service and staff, as well as practical expressions to use with a hotel receptionist. Learn how to book a room, check in and check out.
60 min
Land and sea
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to land and sea.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Banking
This lesson teaches useful words and phrases for describing banking products and services including types of bank accounts, loans, payment methods and foreign exchange. Learn how to exchange money from one currency to another, pay in and withdraw cash, enquire about their bank balance and check your overdraft limit.
60 min
Food and drink
Learn and practise vocabulary related to food and drink.
60 min
Learning languages
In this lesson learn vocabulary related to learning languages. The target language includes words and expressions for describing features of languages and useful questions for asking about words.
60 min
Vacation or holiday?
Confused by American and British English vocabulary? Here are some common differences.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
At the clothes shop
This lesson teaches common words and expressions for describing clothes (in British and American English), clothing material and shopping for clothes.
60 min
At the hospital
This lesson presents words and expressions for describing different ailments and injuries as well as hospital wards and staff. The worksheet ends with a dialogue-aided exercise in which you can listen to a hospital patient discussing her problem with a doctor. 
60 min
At the restaurant
This lesson teaches common words and expressions for describing food and drink, restaurant service and parts of meals. Through listening learn how to order a meal in a restaurant as well as discuss menu options with a guest and decide who to pay.
60 min
Visiting the dentist
In this lesson you will learn a variety of words and expressions for describing dental equipment and communicating with a dentist in English.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Art words
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary connected with art. Exercises focus on types of art, art materials and equipment, and words to describe art. There is also an activity on Van Gogh's Sunflowers.
60 min
Cooking and eating
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to cooking and eating.
60 min
Home improvements
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to DIY and home improvements. The worksheet also includes a short grammar exercise on the structure 'have something done'.
60 min
Musical Connections
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to music, including types of music and musical instruments.
60 min
The Olympic Games
In this lesson on the Olympics, learn and practise vocabulary for describing the history, spirit and events of the Olympic Games.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Fake news
In this lesson read an article about how school pupils are unable to tell the difference between real and fake news. The worksheet focuses on the skills of reading, speaking and understanding, and includes several vocabulary activities.
60 min
Football and the World Cup
Study football vocabulary and learn about the World Cup in this intermediate lesson plan. The worksheet includes a listening exercise.
60 min
Say and tell
This lesson looks at the differences between say and tell.
60 min
The accidental millionaire
This lesson is based on an article about a woman from New Zealand who became an 'accidental millionaire' when her partner's bank mistakenly increased his overdraft limit by nearly £5 million ($8 million). There is plenty of crime and punishment vocabulary as well as banking terms and expressions (which should be familiar to students who have done the worksheet Banking). In the grammar section, there is an exercise on the past perfect simple, which is used throughout the article.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Planning ahead
The theme of this lesson is probability and chance. Read an article on an unusual, statistical approach to planning their week. Collocations for describing several routines and activities are studied. In the grammar exercises, learn how to express probability and chance using modal verbs and other useful structures.
60 min
Predictions
The theme of this lesson is prediction. Read an amusing article on eight embarrassing predictions made by well-respected experts at different periods of modern history. In the grammar exercises, structures for reporting a prediction made in the past are learnt and the use and omission of the definite article for talking in general is studied.
60 min
Probability and chance
In this lesson learn useful expressions for expressing the probability that something will happen in the future, including 'be likely/unlikely/bound/certain to + infinitive' and phrases with 'chance'.
60 min
Suggesting ideas
This lesson teaches vocabulary for describing and discussing ideas. Listen to a dialogue between two friends planning a weekend break and practise asking for, making and responding to suggestions.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Apologies/Excuses/Promises
This lesson teaches common expressions for making apologies, excuses and promises. Through listening learn how to apologise for something, accept or reject an apology, explain a problem or mistake and promise action.
60 min
Expressing opinions
In the IELTS speaking test, the examiner will ask for the candidate's opinions on different topics. This lesson plan gives you practice in expressing your opinions using a variety of structures.
60 min
For and against
This lesson teaches useful expressions for giving opinions, agreeing and disagreeing. Listen to three travellers discussing the impact of tourism on a historical European town and study the language used in the conversation.
60 min
Press one
Read an article about why a British man built a website to help people save time and avoid getting frustrated when phoning company call centres. The worksheet focuses on vocabulary, preposition and speaking.
60 min
Refunds and exchanges
In lesson learn and practise vocabulary for returning purchases. The worksheet includes activities on reasons to return an item, ways to describe what's wrong with a product and the options you have when you return something.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Company and job
This lesson teaches useful vocabulary for talking about your company and job. Study expressions for describing a company’s history, location, size, market position, financial results and strategy. Listen to three co-workers talking about their work. Learn how to talk about your job responsibilities and what you like/dislike about your work.
60 min
Introductions
This lesson teaches expressions for first-time introductions. Through listening learn how to introduce yourself to a colleague or business associate and make appropriate small talk.
60 min
Showing round visitors
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary for describing areas of an office, shop or factory and practise giving a tour of their workplace using a variety of useful expressions.
60 min
Work clothes
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about work clothing and dress code. The lesson includes a news report about a London receptionist who was sent home for not adhering to her company's dress code policy.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
An introduction to Marketing
Introducing you to our marketing module. Here we out line the 4 P's of marketing.
60 min
The First P - Product
This lesson will explain about products and how you can present them. This is the second lesson in the marketing module.
60 min
The Second P - Placement
It's important to know where you will need to sell the products. In this lesson you will be shown how to talk about the placement of a product.
60 min
The Third P - Price
On the fourth lesson in this module you will be shown how to talk about pricing for the product.
60 min
The Fourth P - Promotion
The final lesson in this module covers the promotion of the products. We talk about how you can promote through various channels.
60 min
Ed pronunciation
Learn and practise the different ways of saying 'ed' at the end of regular verbs in the past tense. There's an audio activity to help you recognise these sounds in words, as well as exercises to help you use the sounds in their speaking.
60 min
Final -s pronunciation
In this lesson learn and practise the different ways to pronounce 's' at the end of words. There are audio activities for you to recognise the sounds in single words and in sentences, and to practise creating the sounds.
60 min
Habits
In this lesson practise vocabulary for different types of habits, and read an article about practising good habits. The worksheet also includes grammar activities on the -ing (gerund) form.
60 min
Th pronunciation
In this lesson learn and practise how to say the different 'th' sounds. There's an audio activity to help you recognise these sounds in words, as well as exercises to help you use the sounds while speaking.   
60 min
Complaining and apologising
The theme of this lesson is handling complaints in business. Study a text on the importance of welcoming customer complaints and dealing with problems promptly. Learn useful expressions for making complaints, apologising and taking action.
60 min
Conflict of interest
This lesson is based on an article on a dispute between the McDonald's fast food chain and the Italian city of Florence. The lesson focuses on vocabulary development, reading comprehension and speaking.
60 min
Discussions
This lesson teaches useful expressions for those who need English for business meetings and discussions. Learn how to structure an argument with linking words and phrases as well as respond to opinions using a variety of techniques for agreeing and disagreeing.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Career crossroads
This lesson is based on an article on job dissatisfaction and typical signs that show that someone may want to change their career path. The lesson focuses on reading, vocabulary and speaking.
60 min
Job interview stories
Read about some unusual incidents that have happened during job interviews, according to a survey of HR managers in the US. The worksheet focuses on vocabulary and speaking.
60 min
The career ladder
Learn and practise vocabulary related to job titles and career paths.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Delivering a presentation
Many people are nervous about speaking in front of an audience, usually because they are afraid of making mistakes. It is when you are nervous that you actually make a lot of those feared mistakes, so building confidence through preparation and practice for presentations are important.
60 min
Comparing products and services
In comparing products, services, and ideas you are able to make connections between them. You will engage in critical thinking and go deeper than merely describing or analysing to generate more interesting analysis.
60 min
Describing trends
Knowing and using the language of trends is especially needed to accurately communicate the ups and downs of business when making a presentation using graphs and statistics.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Corporate well-being
This theme of this lesson is corporate health. Read an article about a company that is attempting to improve the well-being of its staff and listen to two corporate health experts commenting on the firm’s health initiatives. In the grammar section of the lesson, the present simple, present continuous, past simple, present perfect simple and past simple are reviewed.
60 min
Sick leave
Thinking of calling in sick? Under a new Belgian proposal, you will be obliged to remain at home for a medical check-up. Read about and discuss this proposal. The lesson rounds off with a vocabulary exercise on common ailments and remedies.
60 min
The stress timebomb - Part 1
The first of a two-part lesson plan that looks at the causes and impact of stress in the workplace. Read about how stress is affecting small and medium-sized businesses in the UK. The lesson rounds off with a grammar exercise on reported speech.
60 min
The stress timebomb - Part 2
The second of a two-part lesson plan that looks at the causes and impact of stress in the workplace. Read about how small and medium-sized businesses can reduce stress among employees. The lesson rounds off with a exercise on expressing future probability.
60 min
Working in human resources
This lesson is designed to get HR specialists talking about their work.
60 min
Negotiations
Common terms for describing different points of discussion and negotiating positions are studied.
60 min
Presentations
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary for describing visual aids and practise giving a presentation using a variety of useful expressions.
60 min
Statistics and trends
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about visual representations of statistics and describe trends using combinations of nouns, verbs, adverbs and adjectives.
60 min
Working together
Read about how a successful British co-operative is managed. The worksheet includes vocabulary work and a grammar review exercise on the present perfect.
60 min
Branding
Learn key branding vocabulary with this lesson. There is also a listening activity on the brand Nike.
60 min
Business phrasal verbs
This lively lesson presents 16 common phrasal verbs used in business. These business English phrasal verbs are presented in their natural context.
60 min
Describing workers
This lesson is a great way to develop your ability to talk about people’s personality and character traits at work. The lesson presents a variety of adjectives for describing qualities and flaws, as well as additional expressions for describing typical office personalities.
60 min
Diplomatic language
This lesson teaches you how to avoid causing offence by expressing yourself in a more tactful, diplomatic way. After studying a variety of adjectives for describing different attitudes, you will learn how to use special ‘softening’ structures through reading, language practice.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Company and job
This lesson teaches useful vocabulary for talking about your company and job. Study expressions for describing a company’s history, location, size, market position, financial results and strategy. Listen to three co-workers talking about their work. Learn how to talk about your job responsibilities and what you like/dislike about your work.
60 min
Introductions
This lesson teaches expressions for first-time introductions. Through listening learn how to introduce yourself to a colleague or business associate and make appropriate small talk.
60 min
Showing round visitors
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary for describing areas of an office, shop or factory and practise giving a tour of their workplace using a variety of useful expressions.
60 min
Work clothes
In this lesson you will learn how to talk about work clothing and dress code. The lesson includes a news report about a London receptionist who was sent home for not adhering to her company's dress code policy.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Answering questions and queries
As the facilitator or chair of meetings, you will often be asked questions regarding the matter you just took up. How you answer these questions will help you in managing your staff, projects and issues better.
60 min
Expressing and asking for opinions
Facilitating meetings does not prevent you from participating in the discussion and offering your own opinions. However, you must also be adept at eliciting others' feedback and opinions for a more productive outcome to your meetings.
60 min
Giving instructions
Meetings are often concluded with agreed action plans to address issues and work towards the general goal. As facilitator, you are given the task of mediating, assigning tasks, and giving instructions.
60 min
Conducting a meeting
It is important to learn the various stages and structure of a meeting in order to effectively achieve what has been set in the agenda. These stages come with appropriate language structures that need to be learned.
60 min
Flying for business
The theme of this worksheet is business travel. Read a traveller's tips on how to handle a long-distance business trip. The lesson activities focus on vocabulary, comprehension and speaking.
60 min
Going on a business trip
In this business vocabulary lesson, learn words and phrases to talk about business trips. There are exercises on preparing for business trips, reasons to go and ways to talk about a business trip.
60 min
Hello! I’m on the plane
Technology has been developed to allow passengers to use their mobile phones safely on planes. Students read an article about the different attitudes among business travellers towards this development. In the grammar section of the worksheet, the first and second conditionals are studied and practised. Students then discuss the lesson topic and debate the pros and cons of in-flight mobile phone use.
60 min
Future perfect
This lesson presents the future perfect tense. Both future perfect simple and future perfect continuous forms are studied and practised.
60 min
Planning ahead
The theme of this lesson is probability and chance. Read an article on an unusual, statistical approach to planning their week. Collocations for describing several routines and activities are studied. In the grammar exercises, learn how to express probability and chance using modal verbs and other useful structures.
60 min
Predictions
The theme of this lesson is prediction. Read an amusing article on eight embarrassing predictions made by well-respected experts at different periods of modern history. In the grammar exercises, structures for reporting a prediction made in the past are learnt and the use and omission of the definite article for talking in general is studied.
60 min
Probability and chance
In this lesson learn useful expressions for expressing the probability that something will happen in the future, including 'be likely/unlikely/bound/certain to + infinitive' and phrases with 'chance'.
60 min
Suggesting ideas
This lesson teaches vocabulary for describing and discussing ideas. Listen to a dialogue between two friends planning a weekend break and practise asking for, making and responding to suggestions.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Apologies/Excuses/Promises
This lesson teaches common expressions for making apologies, excuses and promises. Through listening learn how to apologise for something, accept or reject an apology, explain a problem or mistake and promise action.
60 min
Expressing opinions
In the IELTS speaking test, the examiner will ask for the candidate's opinions on different topics. This lesson plan gives you practice in expressing your opinions using a variety of structures.
60 min
For and against
This lesson teaches useful expressions for giving opinions, agreeing and disagreeing. Listen to three travellers discussing the impact of tourism on a historical European town and study the language used in the conversation.
60 min
Press one
Read an article about why a British man built a website to help people save time and avoid getting frustrated when phoning company call centres. The worksheet focuses on vocabulary, preposition and speaking.
60 min
Refunds and exchanges
In lesson learn and practise vocabulary for returning purchases. The worksheet includes activities on reasons to return an item, ways to describe what's wrong with a product and the options you have when you return something.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Word order 1 - Object/Time/Place
In this lesson, the basic rules for ordering words in an English sentence are studied. The order of the object, time and place is presented and practised.
60 min
Contracts
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to contracts.
60 min
Different perceptions
Read about a survey on men and women business owners and learn some new adjectives for describing character traits. The lesson includes a grammar exercise on the structure verb + object + infinitive/-ing.
60 min
Email style
This lesson teaches useful vocabulary to write emails in English. The worksheet presents the differences between formal, informal and neutral email styles, and there are a number of writing exercises that you can practise using different levels of formality.
60 min
Unusual CV mistakes
Read an article about mistakes that job candidates make on their CVs and the consequences of these errors.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Difficulties on the phone
This lesson teaches expressions for dealing with difficulties on the phone. Through vocabulary practice and role play, the students learn how to handle common technical and communication problems such as weak signals, crossed lines, battery problems, language barriers etc.
60 min
Gadgets and appliances
Learn and practise vocabulary related to gadgets and appliances.
60 min
Surfing the net
In this lesson you will learn key words and collocations for talking about the internet. The lesson includes a short text and discussion activity on the principle of 'net neutrality'. In the final exercise watch 8 short webcasts and complete a sentence about each clip.
60 min
The selfie revolution
Read an article examining the modern fad of taking selfies (self-portrait photographs). The worksheet includes vocabulary and speaking activities, and there are also several grammar exercises covering a few common uses of the present perfect simple and present perfect continuous.
60 min
Troubleshooting
Learn how to talk about and troubleshoot technical problems. The lesson includes a dialogue and a role play in which you can practise the target language.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Complaining and apologising
The theme of this lesson is handling complaints in business. Study a text on the importance of welcoming customer complaints and dealing with problems promptly. Learn useful expressions for making complaints, apologising and taking action.
60 min
Conflict of interest
This lesson is based on an article on a dispute between the McDonald's fast food chain and the Italian city of Florence. The lesson focuses on vocabulary development, reading comprehension and speaking.
60 min
Discussions
This lesson teaches useful expressions for those who need English for business meetings and discussions. Learn how to structure an argument with linking words and phrases as well as respond to opinions using a variety of techniques for agreeing and disagreeing.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Extreme adjectives
In this lesson you will learn how to be more descriptive using extreme adjectives, e.g. brilliant, terrible, dreadful, exhausted, huge, tiny, filthy, starving, etc. The worksheet includes gap-fill exercises to get you practising the adjectives.
60 min
Population science
The theme of this lesson is education and the problem of rising global population. Read an article about a proposed strategy to limit global population growth by putting more girls in the developing world through secondary school. The first and second conditionals are studied and practised.
60 min
Sustainable fashion
Read about the environmental impact of our current fashion culture and proposed solutions to the problems. The worksheet focuses on reading comprehension, vocabulary and speaking.
60 min
Water crisis
The topic of this worksheet is Brazil's water crisis. Read a short text about how a recent drought is affecting Brazil's largest city. The lesson includes vocabulary work, a speaking activity and a grammar review activity on the present perfect simple.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Emergencies
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary related to the emergency services as well as expressions for reporting an emergency.
60 min
Helping people
In this lesson you will learn and practise expressions for offering, accepting and refusing help. The lesson also teaches common phrases for responding when other people express their gratitude.
60 min
Making plans
This lesson teaches vocabulary and expressions for making plans and arrangements. Through listening learn how to schedule, cancel and re-schedule a meeting. The use of the present continuous for stating future plans is also studied, as well as common phrasal verbs used when making arrangements.
60 min
Staying with people
The lesson teaches vocabulary and expressions related to the topic of staying and living with other people. Through listening learn how to welcome a guest, make small talk, make offers and requests, as well as thank somebody for their hospitality.
60 min
Making a phone call
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary for describing telephone equipment and using a telephone. Study and practise useful expressions for making and answering a phone call, as well as taking and leaving messages.
60 min
Starting and ending a call
This lesson teaches useful expressions for starting and ending a phone call. Learn a variety of ways to answer the phone, introduce yourself, ask to speak to someone, state the reason for calling and end a phone call.
60 min
Telephone interruptions
Practise handling phone call interruptions. The lesson presents a number of practical expressions which can be used to encourage the caller to be quick, persuade the receiver to listen as well as diplomatically avoid speaking to the caller.
60 min
Telephone messages
This lesson teaches useful language for taking and leaving messages during a business call. Through vocabulary, listening and role-play exercises, students learn how to leave a message for someone, take down a message from a caller and exchange information on the phone.
60 min
The e-commerce revolution
The theme of this lesson is e-commerce. Read an article on the changing shopping habits of British consumers and the development of online retailing. Tenses for describing trends are studied and practised in the grammar section of the lesson.
60 min
The sales meeting
This lesson teaches a variety of useful terms for those involved in sales. Learn how to describe the benefits of your product/service and make an effective sales pitch in English.
60 min
Trade fairs
Learn vocabulary covering all aspects of trade fairs. Exercises cover reasons to attend, preparation, items to take, and questions that company representatives should ask during a trade fair. There is also an activity to write a follow-up email to a potential customer.
60 min
All about Halloween
This lesson covers a range of Halloween-related vocabulary and some interesting 'facts' about the festival.
60 min
Christmas words and traditions
Learn common Christmas vocabulary and Christmas traditions around the world.
60 min
Easter
Learn about Easter customs around the world and discover some unusual facts about this time of year.
60 min
Festive phrasal verbs
Nine common phrasal verbs are presented in a festive context.
60 min
Origins of Christmas
Read about the pre-Christian origins of Christmas and learn some interesting facts about how the winter solstice was celebrated in Europe.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Ed pronunciation
Learn and practise the different ways of saying 'ed' at the end of regular verbs in the past tense. There's an audio activity to help you recognise these sounds in words, as well as exercises to help you use the sounds in their speaking.
60 min
Final -s pronunciation
In this lesson learn and practise the different ways to pronounce 's' at the end of words. There are audio activities for you to recognise the sounds in single words and in sentences, and to practise creating the sounds.
60 min
Habits
In this lesson practise vocabulary for different types of habits, and read an article about practising good habits. The worksheet also includes grammar activities on the -ing (gerund) form.
60 min
Th pronunciation
In this lesson learn and practise how to say the different 'th' sounds. There's an audio activity to help you recognise these sounds in words, as well as exercises to help you use the sounds while speaking.   
60 min
Fake news
In this lesson read an article about how school pupils are unable to tell the difference between real and fake news. The worksheet focuses on the skills of reading, speaking and understanding, and includes several vocabulary activities.
60 min
Football and the World Cup
Study football vocabulary and learn about the World Cup in this intermediate lesson plan. The worksheet includes a listening exercise.
60 min
Say and tell
This lesson looks at the differences between say and tell.
60 min
The accidental millionaire
This lesson is based on an article about a woman from New Zealand who became an 'accidental millionaire' when her partner's bank mistakenly increased his overdraft limit by nearly £5 million ($8 million). There is plenty of crime and punishment vocabulary as well as banking terms and expressions (which should be familiar to students who have done the worksheet Banking). In the grammar section, there is an exercise on the past perfect simple, which is used throughout the article.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Word order 2 - Verb + adverb
In this lesson, the word order of verbs and adverbs in an English sentence is studied.
60 min
Crazy idea
The theme of this 6-page worksheet is the migrant crisis in Europe. Read about an Egyptian billionaire who wants to accommodate desperate refugees on two privately-owned Greek islands.
60 min
Sightseeing
In this lesson learn some common adjectives for describing a tourist destination.
60 min
The universe
In this lesson you will learn and use vocabulary connected with the universe. There is a short text on the universe and a vocabulary exercise on things that happen in space. The lesson finishes with an activity on comparing different things. 
60 min
Describing appearance
In this lesson you will learn how to describe other people’s physical appearance. The worksheet presents common adjectives used for describing what someone looks like as well as questions for asking about another person’s looks.
60 min
How do you feel?
In this you will learn and practice words for feelings. The worksheet includes visual, text-based and speaking activities. There is also an explanation on the different verbs that can be used when people talk about how they feel.
60 min
New people
In this lesson you will learn useful expressions for meeting and getting to know new people. The lesson also covers the use of the present simple and present continuous. There is animated video version of the dialogue included in the lesson plan.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Chatting and small talk
This lesson introduces idioms and common social expressions used for gossiping, confiding in other people and making small talk. Study the use of question tags in making conversation and role play a variety of situations using the expressions and structures from the lesson.
60 min
Making friends
In this lesson you will learn useful phrasal vocabulary for talking about yourself and getting to know other people. Through listening and practise asking about someone’s background, work, leisure interests, etc. using a variety of tenses. .
60 min
Meeting people
This lesson teaches common expressions for meeting people. Learn how to introduce yourself and greet other people in both formal and informal situations.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Art
In this lesson you will develop your art vocabulary. There are activities on artists' tools and equipment, materials, types of art and ways to describe art.
60 min
Films-Movies
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to films.
60 min
Keeping pets
Read a newspaper article about the different considerations involved with keeping a pet.
60 min
Music
This lesson covers vocabulary related to music, including English words for musical instruments, adjectives and expressions for describing music as well as common idioms related to music.
60 min
Photography
Read an article about how to take better pictures using your camera phone. Exercises focus on key photography terms and verbs, types of photography, and basic equipment.
60 min
At the dentist
In this dialogue-aided lesson learn a variety of terms for describing dental equipment and dental procedures as well as useful expressions for communicating with a dentist in English.
60 min
At the gym
This video-aided lesson covers a variety of useful terms and expressions for describing gym equipment and work-out exercises.
60 min
At the hairdresser
Learn words and phrases to use when they are getting a haircut. Exercises cover hairstyles, hairdresser’s equipment and extras for your hair. The lesson finishes with the dialogue between a hairdresser and her customer.
60 min
At the vet
Learn useful vocabulary for pet health problems, veterinary equipment and duties. The lesson includes an interview with a vet talking about the pros and cons of the job.
60 min
Used to vs. would
This lesson presents the differences between used to and would for talking about repeated actions in the past.
60 min
Feelings
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to feelings, including common adjectives, nouns and idioms.
60 min
Smell
This lesson presents a variety of adjectives, nouns, verbs and idioms to help you talk about smells in a more descriptive and precise manner.
60 min
Sound
Vocabulary for describing sounds and noises is often overlooked in traditional courses. In this lesson learn how to describe sounds using a variety of nouns and adjectives. There is a listening activity in which particular sounds are associated with various adjectives.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Logistics and transportation
This lesson is suitable for people who work in logistics and supply chain management. The lesson covers logistics and transport infrastructure vocabulary.
60 min
Movement
In this video-aided lesson you will learn vocabulary for describing the movement of people, animals and other things. The lesson includes an exercise on movement idioms and several opportunities for speaking practice.
60 min
Running errands
This lesson is based on a newspaper article on the lives of celebrities' personal assistants. Speculate and read about what it's like to be a famous person's PA. The lesson includes a grammar exercise on structures of permission and obligation with 'get', 'have', 'force', 'make', 'let' and 'allow'.
60 min
Phrasal verbs with go
The lesson presents 13 common phrasal verbs with 'go'.
60 min
Elections and voting
In this lesson you will learn key vocabulary for describing the electoral system, including the people involved in political campaigns as well as collocations with the word 'election'.
60 min
Exaggeration and understatement
In this lesson you will learn how and when to use exaggeration and understatement in spoken English.
60 min
Extreme words
Practise describing things using extreme adjectives and nouns.
60 min
Wedding words
Develop your vocabulary about Western weddings in this lesson. There are activities on wedding planning, people involved in weddings, and wedding clothes.
60 min
Words often confused
In this lesson you will look at different types of words that commonly get confused. There are visual and text based activities, plus explanations of key words. 
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Deforestation
The theme of this lesson is deforestation. Read an article on how our environment is being affected by the global destruction of rainforests and some proposed solutions to the problem. Words and collocations related to environmental issues are studied.
60 min
Environmental barriers
Read an article about the impact Trump’s border wall will have on the environment. The activities focus on the skills of reading, speaking and understanding, and includes exercises on key vocabulary as well as using modal verbs with the passive voice.
60 min
Global warming
The theme of this lesson is global warming. Read an article on how low-lying Pacific islands are being affected by rising sea levels as a result of increased global temperatures.
60 min
Pollution
In this lesson you will learn words and phrases to talk about pollution. Activities include vocabulary exercises on types, causes, effects and ways to prevent pollution.
60 min
Smog
This lesson looks at China's air pollution problems. Read an article about how authorities have been trIng to deal with the smog in Beijing. The lesson focuses on vocabulary, speaking and grammar (present perfect, past perfect and past simple tenses).
60 min
Burnout
The topic of this lesson is occupational burnout. Read an article about a French proposal allowing employees the right not to send emails out of hours.
60 min
Funny business
How can comedy be useful in a business environment? That's the topic of this lesson plan. Read an article on the benefits of improvisational comedy in business and discuss whether learning improv would be useful in their professions.
60 min
Stress relief
Read an article about an unusual method of relieving stress involving volunteers from Madrid. In the grammar section of the lesson, reduced relative clauses are studied and practised.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Common exclamations
This lesson introduces eight typical exclamations used by English speakers to express a variety of emotions.
60 min
Coffee culture
Read about how drinking coffee in cafes became popular in the UK. The lesson focuses on reading, vocabulary development and speaking.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Business idioms 3
Learn 13 more English idioms used in business.
60 min
Meeting reports
This lesson teaches the vocabulary and grammar necessary for taking meeting minutes in English. Listen to a dialogue of a meeting and read an extract from the minutes.
60 min
Querying figures
Learn how to query figures in English. Vocabulary for describing different numerical mistakes is studied. Listen to a phone call in which the speakers report and explain errors. The key expressions used for reporting an error, quoting a discrepancy, explaining an error and promising action are studied and practised.
60 min
Writing emails
This lesson teaches useful words and expressions for writing emails in English. The lesson warms up with a vocabulary exercise in which you study some common terms for describing emails and email features, e.g. attachment, read receipt, disclaimer, etc. The worksheet then presents a variety of words and expressions that can be written in formal or informal style.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Networking
Why it is important to network and the skills you need
60 min
Product presentations part 1
What you need to do to prepare for product presentations and why
60 min
Product presentations part 2
What you need to give product presentations
60 min
Trade Shows
This lesson prepares you for your first trade show and goes over what to expect as well as how to act,This lesson prepares you for your first trade show and goes over what to expect as well as how to act
60 min
Corporate crime
Learn how to describe different types of corporate crime and read about big corporate scandals including Enron, Worldcom and Parmalat.
60 min
Tax and Ikea
Read about the EU investigation into Ikea's taxes, plus high-profile cases of tax avoidance. The lesson focuses on key vocabulary, text comprehension and tax terminology.
60 min
Workplace bullying
Read an article about a case of bullying at an Australian workplace. The lesson covers some key vocabulary related to law.
60 min
Phrasal verbs in business
This lesson introduces 18 common phrasal verbs used in a business context. These phrasal verbs are presented in their natural context.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Business idioms
Learn 13 common idioms used in Business English.
60 min
Chairing meetings
This lesson teaches useful expressions for those who need to chair meetings in English. After studying vocabulary for describing the skills and roles of a chairperson, listen to a dialogue in which the managers of a language training centre discuss their company’s advertising strategy. Key expressions used by the chairperson of the meeting are studied.
60 min
Small talk
This lesson teaches expressions and techniques for making conversation. Study vocabulary for describing different types of social interaction as well as typical conversation openers and responses.
60 min
Speaking
In this lesson you will learn a variety of verbs and idioms for describing the way somebody speaks.
60 min
Opening a negotiation
One of the best ways to ensure the success of a negotiation is to start it right. Using the right expressions and vocabulary words will help to get you in the right position as you start negotiating.
60 min
Playing Hardball
Argumentation is the body of the negotiation. All your words should be carefully chosen and your sentences well-constructed because this part will decide outcome of your negotiation. This lesson will provide you with the basic grammatical structure and expressions you need to use to negotiate.
60 min
Agreement and closing
It’s important to end a negotiation in a clear and concise way such that there are no misunderstandings or confusion. It is also important to use professional and polite expressions and phrases such that business relationships are not negatively impacted.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
A cashless society
Read about the benefits and drawbacks of living in a society where cash is no longer used for paying. The lesson focuses on reading, vocabulary and speaking.
60 min
Basic income
Read the story of Finland's experiment with universal basic income. Across two texts learn key vocabulary to talk about the subject.
60 min
Bitcoin and the black market
Read about bitcoin and its part in illegal trading on the internet. Activities cover key words, phrases, and understanding the text. There is also an exercise on adverbs.
60 min
Money
In this lesson you will learn and practise vocabulary related to money.
60 min
The financial crisis
The theme of this lesson is the global financial crisis. Read an article on how the economic downturn was affecting Britain in 2008. A number of economic terms are introduced, and a variety of structures for predicting and speculating about the future are studied and practised.
60 min
Phrasal verbs in business
This lesson introduces 18 common phrasal verbs used in a business context. These phrasal verbs are presented in their natural context.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Describing plans for projects
Planning sessions are in place to provide a venue for employees to speak about how the project will take shape and what will be its possible outcomes. You need to have the ability to speak about plans for projects.,Planning sessions are in place to provide a venue for employees to speak about how the project will take shape and what will be its possible outcomes. You need to have the ability to speak about plans for projects.
60 min
Discussing opinions
Be ready to present other options to situations during meetings. Meetings are sometimes conducted to present options to situations.
60 min
Evaluating situations
Being able to evaluate the situation of your company/service/product is important in determining the best way to proceed.
60 min
Giving updates
Meetings are held for various purposes and, often, you are expected to provide updates and progress reports on your activities, projects, and issues.
60 min
Proposing solutions to problems
Whether we want/predict them or not, problems are a regular occurrence in business. It is important that we know how to succinctly and politely suggest/propose solutions to those problems.
60 min
Office annoyances
Read an article about the things that people find most annoying in the office in this lesson plan. Activities focus on understanding the text, plus key words and phrases.
60 min
Office hygiene
Read an article about the microorganisms that can be found on our office desks. The worksheet activities focus on key vocabulary and understanding the text.
60 min
Office speak
The theme of this light-hearted lesson is office jargon. Read a satirical article on everyday business cliches used in the modern workplace.
60 min
Waiting in line
Read about how the modern office environment has changed and the innovative workplace practices of Google, Facebook and other big tech companies.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Post Training Assessment
This is the final lesson of your training program. You will discuss your achievements, the progress you have made and look at points that you could work on in the future.
30 min
First Lesson
This is the first lesson with your trainer! The goal in this lesson is to go over your needs and get to know one another.
30 min
Cultural diversity
Read an article on the cultural and linguistic diversity of Manchester.
60 min
Cultural know-how
The topic of this lesson is the importance of understanding the cultural etiquette of different countries. The lesson introduces idioms concerned with etiquette and behaviour such as go Dutch, follow suit, return the compliment. Present modal verbs for advice, possibility and necessity are revised and past forms are introduced and practised.
60 min
Networking
Read an article on the benefits of making useful connections in business and how to be a good networker. In the grammar section of the worksheet, a variety of structures with ‘get’ are studied and practised.
60 min
Problem solving
In this lesson you will learn useful language for handling and solving problems at work. Vocabulary for describing different types of problems and solutions is studied. Listen to several dialogues and study the expressions used by the speakers to declare and diagnose a problem as well as make suggestions and take action.
60 min
Sharing viewpoints
This lesson teaches language for sharing opinions during business meetings and discussions. Listen to a teleconference involving the board members of an IT distribution company discussing a proposal to expand their business.
60 min
Colours
This lesson teaches you how to describe subtle colours and how to use verbs related to colours such as 'dye', 'tint', 'fade', 'char', 'dim', etc. The lesson also presents some common idioms with colours.
60 min
Dimensions
In this lesson you will practise using words to describe the dimensions of objects.  Activities cover adjectives, verbs and nouns, synonyms, and phrases with dimensional words.
60 min
Quantity and size
In this lesson you will learn and practise words related to quantity and size, for example adjectives such as 'tiny', 'minuscule', 'vast', 'enormous' and 'infinite'. The lesson also includes expressions of quantity such as 'a speck of', 'loads of', 'piles of', etc.
60 min
Shapes
In this lesson you will learn and practise using the names for common and unusual shapes. There are several visual-based activities, exercises on adjectives for describing shapes, and common shape phrases. 
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Phrasal verbs in business
This lesson introduces 18 common phrasal verbs used in a business context. These phrasal verbs are presented in their natural context.
60 min
Following up on requests and orders
After making the initial call to request for or to order something on the phone, you still need to follow it up by calling again. Learn the right expressions and vocabulary to be able to perform this activity.
60 min
Making enquiries
It is important to know the professional and polite expressions you can use when making enquiries over the phone.
60 min
Discussion Lesson
The "Discussion lesson" is oriented towards oral expression and comprehension. The subjects can be defined before or during the lesson.
60 min
Colloquial English
Learn and practise a variety of common colloquial terms used in text messages and everyday speech.
60 min
Mind your thoughts
Read an article about how computers will soon be able to read our minds and delete our thoughts. Activities focus on reading, speaking and understanding, plus key vocabulary. There is also an exercise on prefixes.
60 min
Time
Learn useful phrases, words and idioms related to the topic of 'time'.
60 min
Mixed conditionals
This lesson presents mixed conditional structures for talking about hypothetical or imaginary situations in the past and present.
60 min
Business idioms 3
Learn 13 more English idioms used in business.
60 min
Meeting reports
This lesson teaches the vocabulary and grammar necessary for taking meeting minutes in English. Listen to a dialogue of a meeting and read an extract from the minutes.
60 min
Querying figures
Learn how to query figures in English. Vocabulary for describing different numerical mistakes is studied. Listen to a phone call in which the speakers report and explain errors. The key expressions used for reporting an error, quoting a discrepancy, explaining an error and promising action are studied and practised.
60 min
Writing emails
This lesson teaches useful words and expressions for writing emails in English. The lesson warms up with a vocabulary exercise in which you study some common terms for describing emails and email features, e.g. attachment, read receipt, disclaimer, etc. The worksheet then presents a variety of words and expressions that can be written in formal or informal style.
60 min
Office annoyances
Read an article about the things that people find most annoying in the office in this lesson plan. Activities focus on understanding the text, plus key words and phrases.
60 min