Engels Elementary Level

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Wilt u binnen 12 weken de Engelse taal vlot kunnen gebruiken en verstaan, dan is de cursus Engels Elementary level van EDN-Opleidingen een aanraden voor u. U leert tijdens de cursus voldoende woorden, zinsconstructies en grammaticale regels spelenderwijs.  Na de cursus beschikt u over voldoende actieve woordenschat en contextbegrip om een korte samenhangende tekst (over beschrijvende/verhalende onderwerpen) te schrijven. Bovendien kunt u een eenvoudige tekst lezen en begrijpen. U kunt vragen stellen en beantwoorden over het verleden of de huidige gebeurtenissen.

Er is ook voldoende aandacht voor luister- en spreekvaardigheid.

Voor wie
De cursus is geschikt voor iedereen die na de cursus de Engelse taal vlot wil kunnen gebruiken en verstaan.

Vooropleiding
Er is geen speciale vooropleiding vereist.

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Grammar and Structures List for the Elementary Level Examination. Grammar and Structures What are they used for? Some examples
VERBS
Future simple –will 1st conditional – with ‘if’ clause present and result clause will/won’t Talking about future plans Talking about future plans which have conditions on them What will you do when you are older? If it rains, we won’t go to the park.
Future of intention ‘be going to’ Talking about future intentions I’m going to see a film this evening.
Past continuous – when, while Talking about past activities which were interrupted I was having my breakfast when the postman knocked. While I was studying, he played loud music.
Used to Talking about long past habits and states My father used to work in an office. My sister used to have long hair.
Modals –should, must Expressing obligation and advice You must study hard if you want to go to university. You mustn’t worry about it. You should always lock your car.
Infinitive of purpose Talking about the purpose of doing something Jane went to America to learn English
QUESTION TAGS
Isn’t he? Aren’t you? Do you? Etc Asking for confirmation of a negative or positive statement or inviting an answer to a question You are coming to my party, aren’t you? You haven’t seen my car keys, have you?
RELATIVE PRONOUNS
Which, who, that Identifying people and objects This is the best cake that I have ever eaten. Jack is the one who is sitting at the back of the class.
REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS
Myself, himself, herself, etc. Identify people and objects He hurt himself.
ADVERBS
Adverbs of frequency, e.g. Describing how often, I have never flown in a