Formation Reflex’English – Level 2

Objectifs pédagogiques

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/B2 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.

Prérequis

Avoir le Niveau CECRL A1/A2.

Prérequis technique

• Navigateur web : Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox, Safari
• Système d’exploitation : Mac ou PC, smartphone

Temps de formation

40 H

Système d'évaluation

Quizz interactif en ligne avec certification TOEIC

Technologie

• HTML5
• Norme SCORM

Niveau de granularisation

30 Modules comprenant de multiples jeux‐exercices
interactifs et stimulants.

24 leçons d’apprentissage
6 leçons de tests

A partir de

Pack Basic

  • 90 jours d'accès à la plateforme
  • Accompagnement Asynchrone
  • Certification officielle incluse
  • Accès depuis tous vos appareils
  • Assistance sous 48H maximum
  • Coaching personnalisé

Pack Essentiel

  • 90 jours d'accès à la plateforme
  • Accompagnement Asynchrone
  • Certification officielle incluse
  • Accès depuis tous vos appareils
  • Assistance sous 48H maximum
  • 2H de Coaching personnalisé
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  • 90 jours d'accès à la plateforme
  • Accompagnement Asynchrone
  • Certification officielle incluse
  • Accès depuis tous vos appareils
  • Assistance sous 48H maximum
  • 4H de Coaching personnalisé

Commencez à acquérir de nouvelles connaissances et expériences, ensemble !

  • Lesson 01 ‐ Janice’s interview: Part 1

    • Useful questions
    • “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
    • Janice’s interview
    • Review of Beginner Level

  • Lesson 02 ‐ Janice’s interview: Part 2

    • Some or any
    • Comparative form
    • Superlative form
    • Possessive adjectives
    • Possessive pronouns
    • Prepositions of space
    • Janice’s interview
    • Review of Beginner Level

  • Lesson 03 ‐ What do you do for a living?

    • 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
    • Jobs
    • Job‐related verbs

  • Lesson 05 ‐ Test Lessons 1 to 4

    • Review and Test of Lessons 1 to 4

  • Lesson 05 ‐ Test Lessons 1 to 4

    • Review and Test of Lessons 1 to 4

  • Lesson 06 ‐ What did you do yesterday?

    • The simple past tense
    • “To do” in the simple past
    • “To be” in the simple past
    • Simple past: regular verbs
    • Simple past: irregular verbs
    • Phrases with “to have”
    • “To do” vs. “to make”

  • Lesson 07 ‐ A short story: Slim Johnson robbed a bank

    • Simple past: some regular verbs
    • Simple past: some irregular verbs
    • Simple past: asking questions
    • A short story

  • Lesson 08 ‐ What are you doing, Pete?

    • Present participles
    • The present continuous
    • The present continuous: use
    • The present continuous: questions with prepositions
    • The present continuous: particular cases
    • Questions tags
    • Sense verbs
    • Around “to think”
    • Questions with why
    • Around “to feel” and “to get”

  • Lesson 09 ‐ It used to be different back then

    • 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”
    • Around “the sun”
    • Around “agriculture”
    • Comparing

  • Lesson 10 ‐ Test Lessons 6 to 9

    • Review and Test of Lessons 6 to 9

  • Lesson 11 ‐ How long ago was that?

    • Since, for and ago
    • Adverbs of place ending in ‐where
    • The present perfect simple
    • The past continuous
    • The present perfect continuous
    • That’s/It’s + adjective/noun + infinitive
    • Interjections and onomatopoeia
    • At the doctor’s
    • At the chemist’s fine

  • Lesson 12 ‐ What do you enjoy doing?

    • 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
    Spare time
    Around “spare”
    In the garden
    Some hobbies and interests
    Household chores
    Fish ‘n’ chips

  • Lesson 13 ‐ What are you going to do?

    • 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
    • Cultural activities
    • Legal system

  • Lesson 14 ‐ If I could, I’d go and live in Japan

    • The present conditional
    • Type 2 conditional
    • Hypotheses with “what if” + future or conditional
    • Still
    • Expressing regrets
    • Reflexive pronouns
    • Making suggestions
    • What would you do?
    • Talking about fear
    • Quantifiers: talking about parts
    • Around “life” e

  • Lesson 15 ‐ Test Lessons 11 to 14

    Review and Test of Lessons 11 to 14

  • Lesson 16 ‐ I need to make a phone call

    • “To need”: modal and regular verb
    • “Won’t + infinitive”‐ refusal to work
    • Must or have to?
    • The telephone
    • Using the phone
    • Town facilities
    • To pay, to pay for

  • Lesson 17 ‐ Dealing with phone conversations

    • « To work” + prepositions
    • Phone phrases
    • Phone conversations
    • Organizational chart and positions
    • Company departments

  • Lesson 18 ‐ My home

    • Irregular and regular verbs (GB) ≠ (US)
    • Present perfect and past simple (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”
    • Words ending in a vowel + ‐L
    • Spelling differences
    • Completely different words

  • Lesson 19 ‐ Thanksgiving: an American tradition

    • The passive voice (past, present, future)
    • Compound adjectives
    • The word “meat”: both countable and uncountable
    • 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 14 to 19

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

    • Questions tags
    Informal contractions
    • Around “secrets and suspicions”
    • Around “mistake”
    • Around “back”
    • Around ”unemployment”
    • “On earth”, “the hell”

  • Lesson 22 ‐ Clothes and accessories

    • Reported speech
    • Present perfect vs. simple past
    • Despite, in spite of, although, even though
    • Both or neither ,TV news
    • Talking about injuries
    • Around “to let”
    • Verbs beginning with “over”
    • Around “sport”

  • Lesson 23 ‐ UFO report

    • Adjectives ending in ‐ish
    • “Like” or “as”?
    • Nuancing the size
    • Expressing certainty
    • Reported questions, requests and orders
    • Outside news
    • Around “hear”
    • Around “fire brigade”

  • Lesson 24 ‐ Weather and climate in the UK

    • Talking about weather forecast
    • Double comparative (the more…/the more…, the
    less…/the less…)
    • Weather idioms
    • 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 ‐ Whose dog is it?

    • 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)”
    • Periphrases
    Describing things
    • Materials

  • Lesson 27 ‐ Describing people

    • Character and behaviour: opposed adjectives
    • Compound adjectives
    • Useful verbs: things you can do with your mouth
    • 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?

    • 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
    • At the meeting
    • Around “to miss”, around “to bother”

  • Lesson 29 ‐ Writing emails and letters

    • Around “to write”
    • Around emails
    • Layout of emails
    • Writing and sending an email
    • Around mails
    • Layout of a formal letter
    • Opening salutations, complimentary closes
    • The message of the letter

  • Lesson 30 ‐ Test Lessons 26 to 29

    Review and Test of Lessons 26 to 29