English Course: Lower Intermediate

English Course: Lower Intermediate

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Unit 1: Nice to meet you!
Asking questions

Unit 2: What to wear
Present Simple and Present Continuous

Unit 3: Like this, like that
'Like' for preference and description

Unit 4: The daily grind
Adverbs of frequency

Unit 5: Christmas every day
'Have to' and 'must'

Unit 6: Great achievers
Past simple

Unit 7: The Titanic
Past simple and past continuous

Unit 8: Travel
Articles - a, an, the

Unit 9: The big wedding
Present continuous and 'going to' for future

Unit 10: Sunny's job hunt
Gerunds and infinitives

Unit 11: The bucket list
The present perfect with ‘ever’ and ‘never’

Unit 12: Moving and migration
Present perfect with 'for' and 'since'

Unit 13: Welcome to BBC Broadcasting House
Comparatives and superlatives

Unit 14: New Year, New Project
Present perfect with just, already, and yet

Unit 15: From Handel to Hendrix
Relative clauses

Unit 16: What's the weather like?
Using 'may', 'might' and 'could'

Unit 17: The Digital Revolution
'Used to' for past habits

Unit 18: A detective story
Subject-object questions

Unit 19: A place to live

Unit 20: The Cult of Celebrity

Unit 21: Welcome to your new job
Indirect questions

Unit 22: Beyond the planets
Present and past passive

Unit 23: Great expectations!
First conditional

Unit 24: Eco-tourism
Second conditional

Unit 25: Moving house
State verbs and action verbs

Unit 26: It must be love
Present perfect and past simple

Unit 27: Job hunting success... and failure
Question tags

Unit 28: Speeding into the future
The future (predictions)

Unit 29: Lost arts
Used to & would

Unit 30: Tales of survival
Present and past modals of ability




The BBC is a British public service broadcaster founded in 1922 and based at Broadcasting House, Westminster, London. It is the oldest national broadcaster in the world.

Headquartered in the UK, it is a non-departmental public body with responsibility for the media. The BBC has a reputation for cultural excellence, and is sometimes affectionately referred to as 'The Beeb' or 'Auntie' by the British. For many years, it was the only television and radio broadcaster in the UK.

It is the largest broadcasting company in the world in terms of gross revenue and viewers. Before the arrival of ITV (Independent Television) in 1955 and private local radio in the 1970s, it held the broadcasting monopoly.

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