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Course Indentification

Course CodeBYA7
Course nameEnglish Upper-Intermediate I

Parameters and the Inclusion of the Course in the Study Programmes

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Extend of Teaching

Lectures [hours/week]0
Practices [hours/week]2

Course Providing

DepartementInstitute of Social Sciences
Course GarantMarian Nevrlý

Course Content and Goals Information

Learning objectives and competences
  • Students will extend their language skills and vocabulary and grammar knowledge beyond the level of Cambridge PET exam or B1 level of the CEF (Common European Framework) established by the Council of Europe.
  • The target level according to the CEFR is B1+.
Annotation
  • Grammar: question formation, auxiliary verbs, comparative phrases, present perfect (simple and continuous), adjective order, narrative tenses.
  • Vocabulary: personal questions, health, illness and treatment, clothes and fashion, travelling, weather, feelings, adjectives
Knowledge and skills required for the course
Intermediate knowledge of English, B1 level according to the Common European Framework of Reference.
Output (Added Knowledge and Skills)
Students will be able to speak about the following topics: personality, illness and treatment, clothes and fashion, air travel. They will also be proficient in the following grammar: question formation, auxiliary verbs, comparative phrases, present perfect (simple and continuous), adjective order and narrative tenses.
Literature
Basic Literature
Clive Oxenden, Christina Latham-Koenig: New English File Upper-Intermediate, Oxford University Press, 2008