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Habla inglés con el Método Callan en Barcelona - Callan Method

Stage 2

Continúa mejorando tu nivel de inglés: en este segundo stage. Profundizarás más en la gramática y ampliarás el vocabulario visto en el primer nivel.

Nivel 1 del Método Callan
  • Present Continuous & Present Simple.
  • Present Third Person Singular.
  • Present Third Person Singular – Negative Form of Present Simple.
  • The Uses of the Auxiliary Verb “Do”.
  • Can.
  • Like & Dislike.
  • Right & Left.
  • Moving & Still.
  • “To wear”.
  • Half.
  • “To prefer”.
  • Both.
  • The verb “To have” – Negative Forms and Contractions.
  • The same … as & Different from.
  • Indefinite Pronouns: Anybody, Somebody, Nobody.
  • The “Saxon Genitive” (i.e. Mr Brown’s suit vs. the suit of Mr Brown).
  • Stand up & Sit down.
  • Quarter.
  • Teach & Learn.
  • Easy & Difficult.
  • The preposition “by”.
  • Married & Single.
  • Husband & Wife.
  • Mother, Father, Chidren.
  • One … The other.
  • Prepositions.
  • Cardinal Points.
  • Opposites. 
  • The Difference Between a Verb and a Noun.
  • “Some … some”.
  • Anything, Something, Nothing.
  • Only One Negative.
  • Front, Back, Top, Bottom, Side.
  • Many & Few.
  • Into & In.
  • “Like” (similar) .
  • Why & Because.
  • Second, Minute, Hour.
  • Adjective.
  • Members of the Family etc.
  • More … Than.
  • “Out of”.
  • Good & Bad.
  • “To carry”.
  • No=Not Any. 
  • Fewer … than.
  • Watch & Clock.
  • Telling the time.
  • Day, week, month, year.
  • Counting.
  • Possessive Adjectives & Possessive Pronouns.
  • Infinitive & Auxiliary Verb
  • “The most”.
  • Beautiful/Handsome & Ugly.
  • The names of four metals.
  • Cost.
  • The Word “Like” (=Similar/Such As)
  • Days of the week.
  • Today, yesterday, tomorrow.
  • “To want”.
  • Begin & End.
  • Cheap & Expensive.
  • The fewest.
  • Inside & Outside.
  • A & Some.
  • Whose.
  • Love & Hate.
  • Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner.
  • Many, more than, the most ; few, fewer than, the fewest etc.
  • Countable & Uncountable Adjectives : Fewer … than & Less than.
  • The fewest & The least.
  • Opposite.
  • Glass, wood, paper, stone.
  • Enough.
  • That one.