Better late than never !!!

Интенсивный курс английского подходит всем, кто за период отпусков хочет достичь максимально высоких результатов в изучении языка.

Период: 1,5 мес

График: 2 р. в неделю по 2 ч 15 мин каждое занятие

Количество студентов в группе: до 8

Цель: научить говорить и понимать собеседника

Акцент на наиболее чаще использованные темы в жизненных ситуациях (бизнес, деловой этикет, политика, экономика, работа, виртуальный мир, путешествия, дом, семья, покупки, еда, увлечения, погода, окружающий мир)

Особенность: экономия денег и времени

Цена: 1600 грн

Специально для тех слушателей, кто готов заниматься интенсивно летом, мы разработали программу от Elementary до Upper-intermediate. Она позволяет развивать все языковые навыки: устная речь, чтение, перевод, письмо, восприятие на слух. На занятиях  каждый студент погружается в языковую среду, ведь преподаватель максимум внимания уделяет разговорной практике. Это и работа в парах, группах, дебаты, круглые столы, имитация реальных ситуаций, ролевые игры, дискуссии, вовлечение видео, аудио материалов на всех занятиях. Каждый студент получает в подарок пакет необходимых научных материалов.

Программа по английскому языку летнего интенсивного курса:

The Elementary Level




Functional Language


Family and friends

·        Personal information

·        Family

·        People you know

·        Verb ” to be”

·        Personal pronouns

·        Possessive adjectives and pronouns

·        Singular and plural

·        Possessive ‘s

·        A/an, the

·        Greeting/parting

·        Asking common questions about people

·        Responding to questions in natural way (politeness)

·        Talking about your family tree


Daily routine and free time activities

·        Daily routine

·        Time words

·        Seasons

·        Months

·        Days of the week

·        Free time activities

·        Shopping

·        The Present Simple Tense

·        Adverbs of frequency

·        Time/prepositions of time

·        Like

·        Can/can’t

·        Describing your hobbies

·        Telling the time

·        Describing your day (working day and day off)

·        Shopping abroad


Inside and outside the house

·        Accommodations

·        Furniture

·        Places in the city/village

·        Directions

·        There is/are

·        There was/were

·        This/these, that/those

·        Prepositions of place

·        Describing your hometown/area/ house/flat

·        Giving and asking the directions


Career and studying

·        Jobs

·        Career ladder

·        Activities at work

·        Work places

·        Students and teachers

·        Schools and universities

·        The Present Continuous Tense

·        The Present Continuous Tense vs. The Present Simple Tense

·        Describing what different jobs involve

·        Describing your working place

·        Talking about your work at the moment

·        CV





Appearance and character

·        Character

·        Habits

·        Appearance

·        Feelings

·        Emotions

·        States

·        Degrees of comparison

·        Adverbs

Describing people you know:

·        Character

·        Habits

·        Appearance

·        Feelings

·        Emotions

·        States


Holidays and travelling

·        Means of transport

·        Ways of travelling

·        Sightseeing

·        The Past Simple Tense

·        Past time expressions

·        The Past Continuous Tense

·        Describing travelling experience

·        Finding your way

·        At the airport/railway station/customs

·        Booking a room in the hotel



·        Food

·        Cooking

·        Restaurants

·        Countable/uncountable nouns

·        A/an, some, any

·        How much/many

·        Quantifiers

·        Describing your food preferences

·        Order and payment in the restaurant

·        Eating out

·        Cuisines


Real hopes and dreams

·        Technology

·        Science

·        The Internet

Future Time:

·        will

·        be going to

·        The Present Continuous Tense

·        The Present Simple Tense


·        Predictions

·        Plans

·        Arrangements

·        Timetables, etc.


At the hospital

·        Illnesses

·        Treatment

·        Health problems

·        Parts of body

·        Imperative

·        Should/ought to

·        Modal verbs (can’t, have to, must, etc.)

·        Describing common illnesses and their treatment

·        Giving and understanding (medical) advice and instructions



·        Environment

·        Animals

·        Weather

·        Natural disasters

·        Global problems and their influence

·        Relative clauses

·        The Present Perfect Tense

·        The Present Perfect Tense vs.     The Past Simple Tense

·        Describing the weather

·        Speaking about global problems

·        Discussing the ways of environment protection


Law and order

·        Crime

·        Criminals

·        Punishment

·        At the court

·        The passive (present/past simple)

·        Reporting a crime

·        Describing what happened

·        At the police station



·        Building up your business

·        Booming and bankruptcy

·        Money

·        Letters

·        Phoning

·        Grammar review

·        Using polite forms

·        Speaking about markets, companies and products

·        How to run my business

·        Business plan

·        Phoning


The Pre-intermediate Level




Functional language


Getting to know you




-people you may know


-verb to be


-telling about you

-asking general questions about people

-responding in a natural way

-speaking about relationships, wedding, marriage, funeral


Daily routine/weekends

-daily routine

-telling the time

-free time activities


-Present Simple

-Present Continuous

-adverbs of frequency

-prepositions of time

-describing your working day

-describing your weekends

-talking about means of transport

-ways to relax

-spending vacation


Leisure and lifestyles






-like/don’t like

-have to


-talking about sports, hobbies, music, books



Food & beverages





-countable/uncountable nouns

-some, any

-how much, how many

-talking about preferences in food, different kinds of it

-making an order in a restaurant


Travel around the world

-ways of travelling



-Past Simple

-Present Perfect

-at the hotel/airport/railway station

-buying tickets

-making a reservation

-shopping abroad


Places of interest. Cultures and customs

-my house



-places in the city/village


-there is/are

-degrees of comparison


-talking about rural and suburban life

-the way people live abroad

-getting around Kyiv


Study and work


-work places

-students and teachers

-educational institutions

-Past Continuous

-can’t, have to, must

-making a CV

-describing your current work


-discussing grooming standards, duties


Good and evil



-the Internet




-be going to

-Present Continuous

-discussing dangers of modern life

-virtual revolution


Healthy living

-illnesses and diseases

-parts of the body

-health problems

-aches and pains


-giving advice: should, ought to, why don’t you

-describing common illnesses and their treatment

-learning parts of the body

-at the doctors

-discussing healthy ways of life


Inventions and environment


-natural disasters

-ecological problems


-passive voice

-inventions and their influence on the environment


-natural disasters


-criminals and terrorism


The Rat Race


-money idioms



-terms of business communication


-running a business





-business relationships

-business trips


Social English

-language clichés

-formal/informal/slang language

-etiquette clichés


-formal language clichés

-etiquette clichés


-meeting/greeting people

-making suggestions

-I can accept/refuse…

-formal/informal language





The Intermediate Level





Speaking skills

I will be good at


First impression and its consequences

Words describing appearance, character, relationships, families, weddings, similarities and differences

Stative and dynamic verbs

Subject and object questions

Talking about appearance

Talking about character

Talking about relationships

Talking about families

Talking about weddings

Explaining similarities and differences


Emotional needs

Words describing feelings, the senses, manners


The gerund

Describing feelings

Talking about sleep

Describing the senses

Talking about manners

Telling anecdotes


Taste preferences

Words describing food, diets and cooking, likes and dislikes, restaurants




Describing a range of food

Talking about diets and cooking

Discussing likes and dislikes

Talking about restaurants


Age and its problems

Words describing life stages, injuries, a visit to the dentist, hospital procedures, health problems, funerals

The Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Talking about life stages

Talking about injuries

Describing a visit to the dentist

Describing hospital procedures

Discussing health issues Talking about funerals



Words describing clothes and fashion, shopping abroad, parts of a building

If only…

Talking about clothes and fashion

Talking about shopping abroad

Describing parts of a building


Olympic dreams

Words describing people and places in sport, sporting events, drugs in sport

All types of conditionals

Talking about people and places in sport

Describing sporting events

Giving opinion

Talking about drugs in sport


To learn or nottolearn – that is the question

Words describing books, exams, university life, rules, the Internet and the virtual revolution, self-education and achievements

Degrees of adjectives

Talking about books

Getting through exams

Describing university life

Talking about rules

Talking about the Internet and the virtual revolution

Talking about self-education and achievements


The ways to relax

Words describing the universe, rivers and the sea, the climate, natural disasters, animals and insects, the paintings, actions

Passive voice

Describing the universe

Talking about rivers and the sea

Describing the climate

Describing natural disasters

Describing animals and insects

Talking to a hairdresser

Describing the paintings

Describing actions

Expressing probability



Words describing cars and driving, travel problems and accidents,

urban life, festivals, hopes and plans, dissatisfaction,

booking a hotel room,

buying tickets at stations

Articles with geographical names

Talking about cars and driving

Describing travel problems and accidents

Describing urban life

Describing festivals

Discussing hopes and plans

Expressing dissatisfaction

Booking a hotel room

Buying tickets at stations


The language of money

Words describing money, household tasks, housework,

applying for a job, job interviews, careers, working conditions, companies, making arrangements to meet, odd jobs

Reported Speech

Talking about money

Explaining household tasks

Describing housework

Describing objects

Applying for a job

Talking about job interviews

Describing jobs

Describing a career

Describing working conditions

Talking about companies

Making arrangements

Talking about odd jobs


The media

Words describing newspapers, films, art and photography, finance, a successful business, marketing, show business

Articles with proper names

Understanding newspapers

Talking about films

Talking about art and photography

Talking about finance

Describing a successful business

Discussing marketing

Talking about show business


Crime and the law

Words describing crime, the justice system, politics, war and peace, events in history

Adverbs of purpose

Talking about crime

Describing the justice system

Talking about politics

Talking about war and peace

Talking about events in history


The Upper-intermediate Level

Lesson Topic



Functional Language

Lesson 1.

Heroes and Villains

Adjectives to describe personalities and appearances; traits of character; family and friends, business etiquette, how to communicate effectively.

The order of adjectives in a sentence; Adjectives with to.

Talking about people; expressing a personal opinion, substantiating thoughts, introducing yourself, making a personal profile; business talk.

Lesson 2.


Different lifestyles; homes; town and country; healthy/unhealthy lifestyles; young people and exercise; rich and poor.

Making comparisons; Reflexives;

Present Tenses.

Comparing photos, talking about similarities and differences, speculating, giving personal comment, expressing opinions.

Lesson 3.

Get away from it all

Travelling, holidays, means of transport; synonyms; conversations at an airport, at a railway station, at an Inquiry Office.

Past tenses;

Time linkers;

Would and used to.

Telling about past events; holidays and travelling – discussion.

Lesson 4.

Healthy and Happy.


Visiting a doctor; symptoms; health idioms.

Modal verbs (obligation, prohibition, assumption).

Visiting the doctor, describing your states; changing a subject.

Lesson 5.

Science and Fiction

Science, inventions, discoveries; intensifiers (alternatives to very); technology in use; computers / Virtual Revolution

Future tenses;

Like vs. as.


Science at work; speculating about future; using a computer; chatting online; blogging; telephone talk.

Lesson 6.

Government and politics

Politics, elections; politically correct / incorrect; political situation in this country / abroad; reading the news.

Wishes: I wish & If only;

Should have.

Discussing celebrities involved in politics; women in politics; expressing wishes, criticism, regret; asking for / giving clarification; reading the news.

Lesson 7.

Work to live

Jobs and work; phrasal verbs (work); unusual jobs; writing a CV; advertising yourself; passing a job interview; running your own business, making a business plan.



Choosing a job; making your CV; looking attractive.

How to make your job interview a success.

Lesson 8.

Cash in hand

Money, prices; earning and spending; managing your bank account; numbers.

Relative clauses;

If-structures (conditionals).

Talking about money and prices; comparing prices; taking your income and expenses under control; managing your bank account.

Lesson 9.

Shop till you drop

Shopping – kinds of shops; production;  kinds of products; food; clothes; jewelry; houseware; advertising; manipulating your choices.



Making a shopping list; going shopping; buying gifts; haggling over the price; talking about food and eating habits; advertising.

Lesson 10.

Does Crime Really Pay?

Crime and punishment; discussing the news; legal English; phrasal verbs (crime); prefixes.

Reported speech;

Reporting verbs.

Choosing punishment; discussing + involving other people; laws and offences; reading the news.

Lesson 11.

Put it down to experience

Ages and stages in a person’s life; generation gap; dependent Prepositions.

So / such;

Too / enough;

Present Perfect;

Adverbs formation.

Talking about achievements.

Lesson 12.

The World Around Us

Nature; weather; environment; environmental dangers and disasters: earthquakes; volcano eruptions; all kinds of environmental pollution: nuclear waste, exhaust fumes, etc.

Expressing purpose (in order to, so as to, in case, so as not to).

Talking about weather conditions; talking about natural disasters and ways of their evasion.



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