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Habla inglés con el Método Callan en Barcelona - Callan Method

Stage 9

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Nivel 9 del Método Callan
  • Comparatives and Superlatives of Adjectives, Adverbs and Participles.
  • Using Nouns as Adjectives.
  • Agree about / that / to / with.
  • “I dare say” = It is probable.
  • The Word “Thus”.
  • Verb + Infinitive or “-ing” .
  • Afraid of / that / to + Afraid Used in an Apology.
  • Hall.
  • Pool.
  • Compound Adjectives (1) .
  • The English Monetary System.
  • Doubling Consonants.
  • Either of Them / Neither of Them.
  • Unfinished Sentences Ending with “To” pg 724 (e.g. ought to, have to, used to, want to, be able to, allow/permit to, hope to, be going to etc)
  • Take.
  • The + Adjective = Noun.
  • Underneath.
  • “Still” Giving a Feeling of Surprise or Annoyance.
  • “Still” Used with Comparatives.
  • According To.
  • About.
  • Further Uses of the Verb “Wish”
  • The Difference in Sentence Construction When Using the Verbs “Steal” and “Rob”.
  • Handle.
  • Giving/Asking for Opinions.
  • Changing the Letter “y” to “i”.
  • May As Well … As.
  • Present Perfect Continuous: Evidence of Recent Activity.
  • To Take into Account.
  • Wooden, Woolen, Silken, Golden etc.
  • Pairs of Verbs and Nouns with “-SE” (v) and “-CE” (n) In British English.
  • Record (n) and Record (v).
  • Was + Infinitive with “to”.
  • If Only …!.
  • What and Which.
  • Faint.
  • Lean.
  • Mate.
  • So – And Its Many Uses (2).
  • Have Something to do with …
  • Go right /wrong + Temper.
  • “Go Back”, “Come Back”, “Go In”, “Come In” etc.
  • “(Just) in Case”.
  • Escuse (v) & Excuse (n).
  • Content (n) & Content (v or adj).
  • Questions without the Question Form (The Auxiliary Verb “Do” with Who & What).
  • Do Someone a Favour.
  • Adding the Word “Up” to a Verb to Give the Meaning of Doing Something More Completely.
  • “The” + Comparative …, “the” + Comparative … (e.g. the sooner … the better).
  • The Sooner … The Better.
  • The Suffix “-Ish” Meaning “Rather” or “More or Less”.
  • “Some” in Questions.
  • Double Contractions.
  • Compound Adjectives (2).
  • Two Meanings of “Quite”.
  • The Three Meanings of the Word “Then”.
  • Strong & Weak Pronunciation Forms.
  • The Difference between “Last” and “Latest”.
  • Uses of the Passive Voice.
  • “By” and Its Many Uses.
  • Bath and Bathe.
  • The Possessive Apostrophe.
  • Lie-Lay-Lain ; Lie-Lied-Lied and Lay-Laid-Laid.
  • Phrasal Verbs (Appendix).