Reflex’English Level 2 s’adresse aux apprenants ayant validé les compétences du niveau débutant. Il est également recommandé pour ceux qui souhaitent réviser ou consolider les connaissances abordées en niveau intermédiaire. Reflex’English Level 2 permet d’atteindre le niveau B1 du CECRL, il est composé de 24 leçons d’apprentissage et de 6 leçons de test, avec de nombreuses animations de situations, de grammaire et de vocabulaire.

Parmi les objectifs de ce niveau : tenir une conversation simple sur des sujets liés au travail, à l’école, aux loisirs, faire face à des situations au cours d’un voyage dans un pays anglophone, s’exprimer à l’oral et à l’écrit de manière simple sur ses expériences et ses ambitions, formuler de courtes explications ou justifications relatives à un projet ou une opinion.

Lesson 1 – Janice’s interview: Part 1

Grammar

• “To be” in the simple present

• “To have” in the simple present

• Some prepositions: in, on, at or to?

• Adverbs of frequency

• Wh- question words

Vocabulary

• Janice’s interview

• Review of Beginner Level

Lesson 2 – Janice’s interview: Part 2

Grammar

• Some or any

• Comparative form

• Superlative form

• Possessive adjectives

• Possessive pronouns

• Prepositions of space

Vocabulary

• Janice’s interview

• Review of Beginner Level

Lesson 3 – What do you do for a living?

Grammar

• Asking and saying one’s job

• Asking questions in the simple present

• « To be » and affirmative short answers

• « To be » and negative short answers

• Simple present

Vocabulary

• Jobs

• Job-related verbs

Lesson 4 – Job talk

Grammar

• Simple present: use and construction

• Simple present questions with wh- question words

• Closed questions and short answers with « do » or « to be » in the simple present

• This and that

• Adjectives: « good » and « bad »

• Plurals

• Asking questions with « what »

• « To know » in the simple present

• « To do » as a verb

Vocabulary

• Job talk

• In an office

• Computer equipment

• Working hours

• Centres of interest

• Salary

Lesson 5 – Test lessons 1 to 4

Review and Test of Lessons 1 to 4

Lesson 6 – What did you do yesterday?

Grammar

• The simple past tense

• « To do » in the simple past

• « To be » in the simple past

• Simple past: regular verbs

• Simple past: irregular verbs

Vocabulary

• Phrases with « to have »

• « To do » vs. « to make »

Lesson 7 – A short story: Slim Johnson robbed a bank

Grammar

• Simple past: some regular verbs

• Simple past: some irregular verbs

• Simple past: asking questions

Vocabulary

• A short story

Lesson 8 – What are you doing, Pete?

Grammar

• Present participles

• The present continuous

• The present continuous: use

• The present continuous: questions with prepositions

• The present continuous: particular cases

• Questions tags

Vocabulary

• Sense verbs

• Around « to think »

• Questions with why

• Around « to feel » and « to get »

Lesson 9 – It used to be different back then

Grammar

• Structures with « used to »

• « Used to » and other tenses

• Past participles: regular and irregular verbs

• Present perfect

• « Such » or « such a »

• « To be used to », « to be getting used to »

Vocabulary

• Around « the sun »

• Around « agriculture »

• Comparing things

Lesson 10 – Test lessons 6 to 9

Review and Test of Lessons 6 to 9

Lesson 11 – How long ago was that?

Grammar

• Since, for and ago

• Adverbs of place with -where

• The present perfect simple

• The past continuous

• The present perfect continuous

• That’s/It’s + adjective/noun + infinitive

Vocabulary

• Interjections and onomatopoeia

• At the doctor’s

• At the chemist’s

Lesson 12 – What do you enjoy doing?

Grammar

• Expressing likes and dislikes

• Likes and dislikes followed by verbs + -ing

• Putting nuances in likes and dislikes

• To look forward to

• Either / or, neither / nor, not / either

• « To look » or « to watch »

• « So do I », « neither do I », « I do », « I don’t »

• All, every, each

Vocabulary

• Spare time

• Around « spare »

• In the garden

• Some hobbies and interests

• Household chores

• Fish ‘n’ chips

Lesson 13 – What are you going to do?

Grammar

• Pronouncing the letter « L »

• Talking about the future

• The future simple with « will »

• The near future with « be going to »

• Ever, never

• Type 1 conditional: the real future

• The verb « to explain »

• Modal verbs

Vocabulary

• Cultural activities

• Legal system

Lesson 14 – The time

Grammar

• The present conditional

• Type 2 conditional

• Hypotheses with « what if » + future or conditional

• Still

• Expressing wishes and regrets

• Reflexive pronouns

• Making suggestions

Vocabulary

• What would you do?

• Talking about fear

• Quantifiers: talking about parts

• Around « life »

Lesson 15 – Test lessons 11 to 14

Review and Test of Lessons 11 to 14

Lesson 16 – I need to make a phone call

Grammar

• « To need »: modal and regular verb

• « Won’t + infinitive » – refusal to work

• Must or have to?

Vocabulary

• The telephone

• Using the phone

• Town facilities

• To pay, to pay for

Lesson 17 – Dealing with phone conversations

Grammar

• « To work » + prepositions

Vocabulary

• Phone phrases

• Phone conversations

• Organizational chart and positions

• Company departments

Lesson 18 – British English versus American English

Grammar

• Irregular verbs and regular verbs (GB) ≠ (US)

• Present perfect and simple past (GB) ≠ (US)

• Phrases with « to have » or « to take »

• Phrases with « to have » or « to have got »

• Different prepositions

• « Like » or « as »

• Writing dates

• Giving advice with « had better »

Vocabulary

• Words ending in a vowel + -L

• Spelling differences

• Completely different words

Lesson 19 – Thanksgiving: an American tradition

Grammar

• The passive voice (past, present, future)

• Compound adjectives

• The word « meat »: both countable and uncountable

Vocabulary

• General knowledge: the USA

• Thanksgiving

• Holiday (GB) / Vacation (US)

• Animals and meat

• A song about New York

Lesson 20 – Test lessons 16 to 19

Review and Test of Lessons 16 to 19

Lesson 21 – You didn’t tell her, did you?

Grammar

• Question tags

• Informal contractions

Vocabulary

• Around « secrets and suspicions »

• Around « mistake »

• Around « back »

• Around « unemployment »

• « On earth », « the hell »

Lesson 22 – She told me she was coming tonight

Grammar

• Reported speech

• Present perfect vs. simple past

• Despite, in spite of, although, even though

• Both or neither

Vocabulary

• TV news

• Talking about injuries

• Around « to let »

• Verbs beginning with « over »

• Around « sport »

Lesson 23 – UFO report

Grammar

• Adjectives ending in -ish

• « Like » or « as »?

• Qualifying the size

• Expressing certainty

• Reported questions, requests and orders

Vocabulary

• Outside news

• Around « hear »

• Around « fire brigade »

Lesson 24 – Weather and climate in the UK

Grammar

• Talking about weather forecast

• Double comparative (the more…/the more…, the less…/the less…)

• Weather idioms

Vocabulary

• Weather and climate in the UK

• Around rain, clouds, cold, winds, temperature

• The compass rose

• Geography of the UK

Lesson 25 – Test lessons 21 to 24

Review and Test of Lessons 21 to 24

Lesson 26 – Describing things

Grammar

• Useful questions, order of adjectives

• Adverbs: « too » and « enough »

• Vague expressions

• Question tags: particular case

• Contractions of verbs

• Made of, from, out of, with

• Utility and functions: passive voice structures

• Passive voice with « to be made to do (something) »

• Paraphrasing

Vocabulary

• Describing things

• Materials

Lesson 27 – Describing people

Grammar

• Character and behaviour: opposite adjectives

• Compound adjectives

• Useful verbs: things you can do with your mouth

Vocabulary

• Talking about character and behaviour

• Talking about age

• Around the face

• Talking about physical appearance

• Talking about height

• Talking about weight

• Describing hair

• Talking about complexion and skin

Lesson 28 – What would you have done?

Grammar

• Past conditional

• Type III conditional: formation, use

• Type III conditional with modal verbs

• Type III conditional with « even if »

• To be able, can / could

• Expressing regrets in the past

• Conditional types: review

Vocabulary

• At the meeting

• Around « to miss »

• Around « to bother »

Lesson 29 – Writing emails and letters

Grammar

• Around « to write »

Vocabulary

• Around emails

• Layout of emails

• Writing and sending an email

• Around regular mail

• Layout of a formal letter

• Opening salutations, complimentary closes

• The message of the lette

Lesson 30 – Test lessons 26 to 29

Review and Test of Lessons 26 to 29

Reflex'English Grammar C1/C2

• Lesson 1 - Word order

• Lesson 2 - Active and state verbs

• Lesson 3 - Talking about events in the future

• Lesson 4 - Other ways of expressing the future

• Lesson 5 - Affixes: prefixes and suffixes

• Lesson 6 - Conditional conjunctions

• Lesson 7 - Transitive and intransitive verbs

• Lesson 8 - Inversion with negative adverbials

• Lesson 9 - Expressions with 'used to'

• Lesson 10 - Past perfect simple and continuous

• Lesson 11 - The future in the past

• Lesson 12 - Adjectives, nouns and verbs followed by prepositions

• Lesson 13 - Participle clauses

• Lesson 14 - Emphatic cleft sentences

• Lesson 15 - Advanced passive structures

• Lesson 16 - Modal verbs in the past

• Lesson 17 - Verbs followed by infinitives or gerunds

• Lesson 18 - Gradable and non-gradable adjectives

• Lesson 19 - Formal subjunctive

• Lesson 20 - Phrasal verbs

Reflex'English Vocabulary C1/C2

• Lesson 1 - Talking about money

• Lesson 2 - People and customs

• Lesson 3 - Business and the Economy

• Lesson 4 - Industry, machines and technology

• Lesson 5 - Idioms and expressions

• Lesson 6 - Commercial correspondence

• Lesson 7 - Job search

• Lesson 8 - Writing CVs and cover letters

• Lesson 9 - Dealing with a job interview

• Lesson 10 - Agriculture

• Lesson 11 - Synonyms and antonyms

• Lesson 12 - False friends and anglicisms

• Lesson 13 - Abbreviations, acronyms and eponyms

• Lesson 14 - The Media

• Lesson 15 - Ecology

• Lesson 16 - Energy

• Lesson 17 - Criminality

• Lesson 18 - Justice and law

• Lesson 19 - Travelling around Britain and Ireland

• Lesson 20 - Travelling around the USA and Canada

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