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February 3: Grammar 1: Time, tense and aspect.

February 5: Grammar 2: Present tenses (includes present perfect).

February 10: Vocabulary 1: Collocations 1 (includes parts of speech).

February 12: Vocabulary 2: Collocations 2 .

February 19: Pronunciation 1: Phonemes and Phonemic Symbols 1 – vowel sounds 1, monophthongs.

March 2: Pronunciation 2: Phonemes and Phonemic Symbols 2 – vowel sounds 2, diphthongs.

March 4: Grammar 3: Past tenses (includes present perfect) – with guest teacher Natália Guerreiro.

March 9: Vocabulary 3: Word formation 1.

March 16: Pronunciation 3: Phonemes and Phonemic Symbols 3 – consonant sounds 1, voiced and unvoiced sounds.

March 18: Pronunciation 4: Phonemes and Phonemic Symbols 4 – consonant sounds 2, manner and place of articulation.

March 20: Grammar 4: Futurity.

March 23: Grammar 5: Conditionals.

March 25: Grammar 6: Wish + Relative clauses.

March 30: Vocabulary 4: Phrasal verbs and idioms 1.

April 1: Vocabulary 5: Phrasal verbs and idioms 2.

April 13: Pronunciation 5: Word stress.

April 15: Pronunciation 6: Sentence stress.

April 20: Vocabulary 6 + Grammar 7: Word formation 2 + Modality 1.

April 22: Grammar 8: Modality 2.

April 27: Vocabulary 7: Linking words 1.

April 29: Pronunciation 7: Connected speech 1.

May 4: Vocabulary 8: Linking words 2.

May 6: Pronunciation 8: Connected speech 2.

May 13: Grammar 9: Passive voice.

May 18: Grammar 11: Punctuation 1.

May 20: Grammar 12: Punctuation 2.

May 27: Vocabulary 19: Verb patterns.

June 1: Pronunciation 9: Intonation 1.

June 8: Pronunciation 10: Intonation 2.

June 10: Grammar 13: Emphasis 1 – inversions.

June 15: Grammar 14: Emphasis 2 – inversions review, fronting, cleft sentences, and more

June 24: Vocabulary 12: Prepositions.

July 1: Pronunciation 11: Connected speech 3

July 6: Pronunciation 12: Pronunciation and spelling.

July 8: Vocabulary 13: Typical differences between American and British vocabulary (and grammar).

July 15: Course wrap-up: How to study English when you’re an English teacher 

July 20: Grammar 15: Types of clauses.

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