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Изучение английского языка для детей

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Курсы английского языка для младших школьников
4-7 лет 8-12 лет  13-18 лет Взрослые

 Добрые, вежливые, терпеливые профессиональные учителя с огоньком.
 Знание психологических и возрастных особенностей учеников.
 Внимание каждому ученику.
 Уделяем большое внимание правильному произношению.
 Мы не похожи на школу, мы лучше.
 полное информирование родителей об успехах.
 Разносторонний материал - 24 различных курса в зависимости от уровня знаний, возраста ученика, целей обучения.
 Онлайн или офлайн обучение.
 Обучение в группах по 4-8 человек или 2-3 человека, а также индивидуально.

Юлия, 32 года, Москва

Мы довольно-таки долго раздумывали со скольки лет ребенку лучше начинать изучать английский язык. Одни говорили, что чем раньше, тем лучше. А другие же напротив не советовали начинать заниматься иностранным слишком рано. В итоге наш ребенок начал изучать английский язык с четырех лет. И я уже вижу хорошие результаты. Я довольна. 

Илья, 32 года, Москва

Самому выучить язык не то, что сложно, а порой и невозможно. Можно, конечно, выучить пару слов и числа, но на этом все достижения закончатся. Нужен высококвалифицированный специалист. В глоссольогус хорошо подготовили и я сдал экзамены на отлично. Но я долго и упорно занимался. И не всегда все получалось с первого раза, делал много ошибок, но главное результат был. Теперь хочу и дальше заниматься в Глоссологус, так как планирую уезжать на учебу в Англию.

Екатерина, 27 лет, Москва

Занятия тут довольно разнообразные. Это и стандартные уроки, диалоги, общение с носителями языка, изучение бизнес этики. Понравился преподавательский состав и отношение к учащимся. Тут все студенты - взрослые деловые люди, которые пришли эффективно проводить время нацелены на результат, поэтому и отношение соответствующие. 

 

План занятий курса английского языка:

  Vocabulary Grammar
Starter:
Back
together!
Revision: free-time activities, food words, alphabetical 
order
Core: telling the time
like + verb + ing
can for permission / requests
Countable and uncountable nouns 
a / an / some
be going to + verb
Comparative and superlative adjectives 
Unit 1.
The food
here is
great!
The restaurant
Core: waiter, waitress, uniform, menu, customer, bottle of 
water, cup of coffee, glass of milk, bowl of soup, plate of 
salad
Words in context: breakfast time
beans, olive oil, toast, noodles, coconut, chilli, corn, 
pancake
Present simple and present continuous
They usually wear blue uniforms.
They’re wearing white today.
Time markers: present simple and continuous
always / usually / sometimes / rarely / never
now / right now / today / at the moment 
Unit 2.
We had a
concert
The concert
Core: concert, drums, instruments, violin, audience, 
recorder, cheer, stage, programme, trumpet
Words in context: ‘Festival day’
cymbals, sparkle, tap your feet, ground, rhythm, thunder, 
cheeks, wings
Past simple: have and be
We had a concert at our house. 
All our friends were there.
Past simple: regular verbs
The audience clapped and cheered.
Time markers: past simple
yesterday / last week / last year / two days ago
Unit 3.
The
dinosaur
museum
The dinosaur museum
Core: dinosaur, museum, model, skeleton, scary, scream, 
roar, alive, dead, robot 
Words in context: dinosaur data
Earth, scientist, pattern, skin, disappear, rock, asteroid, fall 
(fell)
Past simple: irregular verbs with negatives
We didn’t go to school.
Past simple: irregular verbs with questions
Did they go to a museum?
What did you see?
Unit 4.
Whose
jacket is
this?
Sports time
Core: team, jacket, trainers, trophy, player, kick, score a 
goal, racket, rucksack, win (won)
Words in context: basketball
bounce, invent, balcony, court, point, throw, ladder, hole
Possessive pronouns
Whose jacket is it?
It’s mine / yours / his / hers / its / theirs /ours
Adverbs: + ly and irregular
He ran slowly.
They played well.
Unit 5.
Go back
to the
roundabout
Directions
Core: read a map, turn left, go back, traffic light, hurry, 
roundabout, get lost, turn right, go straight on, petrol 
station
Words in context: shadow puppets
shadow, puppet, popular, event, stick, screen, voice, lift up
have to / had to
We have to go back to the roundabout.
Giving directions
Go straight on at the roundabout.
why / because
Why are we at this petrol station?
Because we’re lost
Unit 6.
The best
bed!
Describing words
Core: break, repair, comfortable, hard, soft, expensive, 
cheap, wooden, metal, modern
Words in context: a fable, ‘The Ant and the 
Grasshopper’
enormous, prepare, worry, thick, dig, share, generous, lazy
Comparatives and superlatives: long 
adjectives 
My bed is more comfortable than this one.
Irregular comparatives and superlatives
better than / worse than
the best / the worst
Unit 7.
Will it
really
happen?
In space
Core: the future, travel, satellite, the moon, the sun, planets, 
rocket, astronaut, star, spaceship
Words in context: life in 100 years’ time
housework, feelings, illness, crowded, road, storm, extinct
The future with will
People will / won’t travel in super-fast planes.
Time markers: the future
on Monday / next week / in a month’s time / 
this evening / soon / later
Unit 8.
How much
time have
we got?
At the airport
Core: money, passenger, arrivals, departures, luggage, 
passport, suitcase, magazine, newspaper, coin
Words in context: my holiday
unusual, journey, fall asleep, whistle, hotel, disappointed, 
fireworks, fair
Expressing quantity
How much time have we got? / 
I’ve got lots of pencils. / I haven’t got many pencils.
some / any
Have you got any newspapers?
We’ve got some pencils, but we haven’t got any pens.
Unit 9.
Something
new to
watch!
Audio-visual entertainment
Core: cartoon, radio, camcorder, the news, documentary, 
channel, advert, remote control, TV programme, mobile phone
Words in context: TV programmes
factory, poor, ticket, lucky, kick-off, championship, stadium, 
play a trick on
Infinitive of purpose
I switched on the TV to watch sports.
We went in the boat to see the dolphins.
How often … ?
How often do you watch TV?
I watch TV once / twice a week.
Unit 10.
I’ve
printed my
homework
Computers
Core: printer, screen, mouse, log on, speakers, click on, save
a document, memory stick, search the Internet
Words in context: sending emails
type the address, subject, keyboard, spell checker, attach a 
photo, a website, send a message
Present perfect: affirmative
He’s put the books on the shelves.
Present perfect: questions, answers and negatives
Have you seen my new speakers? 
Yes, I have. / No, she hasn’t.
She hasn’t printed the document.
Unit 11.
Have
you ever
been…?
Places
Core: town, ocean, volcano, village, oasis, rainforest, capital 
city, desert, island, cave
Words in context: ‘The Amazing Escape’
explorer, melt, frozen, sink (sank), lifeboat, survive, storm, 
wave, rescue
Present perfect: ever
Have you ever been to space?
Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.
Present perfect: never
She’s never been to an oasis.
We’ve never fallen in the mountains
Unit 12.
What’s the
matter?
Illness
Core: a headache, feel sick, feel dizzy, a cold, a cough, an 
earache, a stomach ache, a sore throat, take medicine
Words in context: how to stay healthy
healthy, fit, energy, crisps, sugar, cabbage, calcium, sardine
should / shouldn’t
You should drink some water. 
You shouldn’t eat lots of cakes.
could / couldn’t
Max couldn’t eat dinner, but he could eat lots of cakes.
Unit 13.
Can you
help me?
Making smoothies
Core: smoothie, milk, fridge, pour, blender, strawberry, chop, 
lid, mango, peel
Words in context: child heroes
hero, classmates, earthquake, collapse, carry, ceremony, 
bubble, prize
Object pronouns
me / you / him / her / it / us / them
Relative pronouns 
This is the boy who didn’t put the lid on.
This is the smoothie which was in the blender
Unit 14.
We were
fishing
Family
Core: mother-in-law, father-in-law, wife, husband, son, 
daughter, niece, nephew
Words in context: ‘My relatives are coming!’
relatives, toddler, normal, cute, squeeze, queue, stay in 
touch, miss someone
Past continuous
What were you doing? I was looking at photos.
Dates and I was born …
My mum was born in 1981. 
She was born on 9th July.
Unit 15.
Good
news, bad
news
Jobs
Core: boss, office, builder, vet, journalist, secretary, dentist, 
receptionist, mechanic, author
Words in context: ‘Three wishes’
fisherman, speak (spoke), silly, surprised, sausage, delicious, 
wish for, pull
Past simple and past continuous
When I was working, the phone rang.
They were smiling when I went in.
Grammar homophones: there / they’re / their
There is some good news. / They’re very happy. / 
They will be with their cousins.
 

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