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A1 Level

A1 Level Syllabus
This A1 level Syllabus contains an overview of what a student is expected to know at the A1 level. After completing the A1 level course, you should be able to accomplish the following
Greet people
Talk about yourself
Talk about where you live
Talk about your family members
Talk about your likes and dislikes
Engage in a simple buy-and-sell situation
Ask about the day, the time and the date
Accept and refuse
Read simple notices, posters and catalogs
Fill in a simple form
Write a simple postcard

A1 Level

Vocabulary Topics
Based on the A1 Level Syllabus, here's a list of A1 Level Vocabulary Topics that you are expected to know.
1. Alphabet
2. Numbers
3. Family name & Given Name
4. Residence
5. Personal items
6. Classroom objects
7. Nationalities
8. Professions
9. Marital status (married / single)
10. Countries & Cities
11. Hobbies
12. Family
13. Time
14. Prices
15. Weather / Climate
16. Date 17. Days of the week
18. Descriptions (small, big, old, young, etc)
19. Colours
20. Seasons
21. Places

A1 Level

Grammar Topics
Based on the  A1 Level Syllabus, here's a list of  A1 Grammar Topics that you are expected to know. 
1. Personal subject pronouns 2. Tonic pronouns 3. Present tense - State, Description 4. Common verbs: be, have, do, to be called 5. ER Verbs: to live, to work, to talk 6. Verb: to understand (I and You forms) 7. Conditional for politeness (I would like to) 8. Interrogation (the 3 forms) 9. Interrogative words: Do you, What do you 10. Interrogative pronouns:Where, When, How much 11. Interrogative adjectives (what) 12. It is / This is / Here is 13. Definite and Indefinite articles 14. Zero article for professions 15. Cardinal numbers 16. Demonstrative adjectives 17. Masculine/Feminine & Singular/Plural 18. Agreement of Adjectives (for nationalities) 19. Some descriptive adjectives (big, small, ...) 20. Position of adjectives 21. Affirmative and Negative sentences 22. Negation (not) 23. Possesive 's to show belonging 24. Possessive adjectives 25. Partitive articles (of the) 26. Adverbs of quantity (a few, a lot) 27. Uncountable 28. Countable 29. Impersonal 'it' for the weather 30. Expressions of time (now, this morning, tomorrow) 31. Expressions of time (days, months, seasons, year) 32. Expressions of Place: go to / come from + a city or country; live in + a city or country 33. There is / There are 34. Connectors: and, or, but

A2 Level

A2 Level Syllabus

This  A2  level Syllabus contains an overview of what a student is expected to know at the A2 level. After completing the A2 level course, you should be able to accomplish the following: 

  • Talk about yourself, your educational background, your job, your family, your neighbourhood
  • Talk about your hobbies and daily activities
  • Ask for goods in a shop where goods are displayed
  • Order a meal in a restaurant if dishes are either displayed or illustrated on the menu 
  • Book a hotel room (face to face)
  • Ask for basic services in a post office or bank
  • Indicate the nature of a medical problem to a doctor
  • Make inquiries about a journey at a travel agency
  • Use public transport (buses, trains and taxis)
  • Ask your way and give directions
  • Buy tickets
  • Read notices, posters, catalogues, timetables, brochures, menus, advertisements, signs
  • Write notes and simple messages
  • Note down times, dates and places from notice boards and announcements
  • Note down instructions and requests such as client orders and delivery dates.
  • Describe events and daily activities

A2 Level

Vocabulary Topics

Based on the A2 Level Syllabus, here’s a list of A2 Level Vocabulary Topics that you are expected to know. 
 
  • People: Family, Physical description 
  • Places: Cafe, Restaurant, Shops, Bank, Post office, Hotel, Road 
  • Hobbies: Sports, Going out, Shows, Holiday trips
  • Public transportation: Subway, Train, Bus, Taxi 
  • Daily Life: Work, Shopping, 
  • Daily activities
  • Accommodation: Units in the house, interior decor
  • Everyday objects
  • Food ingredients, Cooking, Meals, Recipes
  • Common animals 
  • Countries & Cities
  • Itinerary, Weather forecast
  • Actions in daily life 
  • Events: Meetings, Evening out, Family events, Visits, Excursions, Accidents, TV news.
  • Money and payments 

A2 Level

Grammar Topics

Based on the A2 Level Syllabus, here’s a list of  A2 Level Grammar Topics that you are expected to know. 
 
  • Present Simple tense – Habit, State
  • ER, IR, OIR and RE verbs
  • Pronominal verbs: verbes reflechis and pronominal verbs
  • Common verbs, e.g. : come, go, do, know, see, take  
  • Some Verbs + infinitive: want to, able to, can do
  • Have to + infinitive
  • Past Simple – events in the past  
  • Past participles  
  • Imperfect tense – descriptions in the past (it was, there was) 
  • Imperative – Affirmative and Negative – for instructions and commands
  • Near Future Tense  
  • Future simple tense –   
  • Recent Past tense – to have just done sth
  • Present Progressive – to be in the process of doing something
  • Interrogative adjectives and pronouns 
  • Adjectives – Position and Agreement 
  • Possessive adjectives and pronouns   
  • Demonstrative pronouns 
  • Transitive and Intransitive verbs – Direct and Indirect object  
  • Relative pronoun ‘there’ – place  
  • Relative pronouns – who, that/which 
  • Prepositions of time: when, while
  • Prepositions of place: go to, be at, come from + a place 
  • Connectors: but, because

B1 Level

B1 Level Syllabus
The B1 Level Syllabus contains details of Vocabulary and Grammar, pertaining to what a student should know regarding 4 important language skills: Reading, Writing, Listening and Speaking.  

B1 Level

Vocabulary Topics

Based on the B1 Level Syllabus, here’s a list of  B1 Level Vocabulary Topics that you are expected to know. 
1. Daily Life
  • family 
  • interpersonal relationship
  • hobbies
  • going out
  • shopping
  • transport
  • travel
  • accommodation
  • authorities
 
2. People
  • body
  • health
  • character
  • clothes
  •  
3. Feelings
  • happiness
  • sadness
  • disappointment
  • worries
  • fear
  • regret
  • surprise
  • curiosity
  • indifference
 
4. Places
  • city
  • countryside
  • natural geography
5. Events
  • meetings
  • accident
  • natural phenomena
 
6. Work
  • enterprise
  • employment
 
7. School
  • school system
  • learning
 
8. Media
  • TV programmes
  • newspapers
  • Internet
9. Current affairs
  • daily life
  • news story
  • social trends
10. Arts
  • cinema
  • literature (novels, short stories)

B1 Level

Grammar Topics

Based on the  B1 Level Syllabus, here’s a list of  B1 Level Grammar Topics that you are expected to know. 
1. Past tenses
Past simple or Past Perfect
Agreement of Past participle with the subject (with verbs that take etre)
Agreement of Past participle with the Direct Object (with verbs that take avoir)
2. Future tenses
Future simple (will for future projects)
Near Future (be going to for near future events)
3. Present conditional
wish ((j’aimerais, je voudrais, 
Ça me ferait plaisir de)
desire
advice
With If 
4. Past conditional 
regret and rebuke
5. Reported Speech
In present and past
6. Agreement in Gender and Number
7. Subjunctive
possibility
obligation
verbs of feelings 
verbs of opinions
8. Passive Voice
Describing an action
Using ‘On’
9. IF 
To express Certainty: Si + Présent / futur
To express Uncertainty: Si + Imparfait / Conditionnel présent
Regret: Si + Plus que parfait / Conditionnel passé
Regret: Si + Plus que parfait / Conditionnel présent
10. Gerund (Ing form)
manner
condition
simultaneous actions
11. Doubles pronoms
12. Relative pronouns: qui, que, dont, où 
13. Possessive pronouns
14. Demonstrative pronouns
15. Limitation: ne … que
16. Impersonal il
Il est interdit de
Il est utile de
Il est important de
17. Expression of time
Duration (during / since)
Moment (in / ago)
Adverbs of time : future and past 
18. Expression of location
prepositions and adverbs of place
19. Adverbs of manner: -ly ending
20. Comparison
Superlative of adjectives
Superlative of adverbs (le mieux, le meilleur)
21. Negation
without -ment 
22. Time sequencers
First (of all), then, finally
firstly, secondly
23. Connectors / Conjunctions
Cause: donc, puisque
Consequence: comme, alors
Opposition: pourtant, alors que 
24. Conjunction ‘pour que’ + subjonctif

B2 Level

B2  Level Vocabulary Topics
Based on the  B2 Level Syllabus, here’s a list of B2 Level Vocabulary Topics that you are expected to know.
Current affairs and Social trends: politics, religion, education, environment, culture, law and order, defense, economy, health, history, fashion, work etc.
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