Anglais niveau 3

- Comprendre les idées principales d’un texte complexe portant sur des sujets concrets ou abstraits y compris un vocabulaire technique ou spécialisé ; 

- Communiquer avec un degré de spontanéité et d’aisance qui rend possible une conversation normale avec un locuteur natif ; 

- Rédiger des textes clairs et détaillés sur de nombreux sujets, donner son point de vue en argumentant, mettre en avant les avantages et inconvénients.

  • À partir de
  • 1200€

Emplacement: Inter Intra

Type de formation: FOAD Présentiel

Nombre de participants: Cours individuel Groupe de 4 Groupe de 6 Groupe de 8 Groupe de 10 Groupe de 10 et +

Categories: Langues

Unit A – Leçon 1 : les événements quotidiens

Talking about regular events and actions;

talking about current activities

Grammar: Present simple active & passive;

frequency expressions; Present continuous

Listening: Personality types

Reading : “How to saw someone in “half



Unit A – Leçon 2 : Autour de la Maison

Grammar: Introduction to Phrasal verbs

behaviour in the home; household jobs & appliances; features of rooms

Reading and listening:

“Snow house”

Listening: “A Spanish family”

Writing: Punctuation: joining sentences

Unit A – Leçon 3: Les événements passés

Talking about past events and actions;

saying when things happened

Grammar: Past simple and continuous; past time expressions;

subject & object questions; Past simple passive

Listening: “Childhood memories”

Reading: “Two terrible tales”

Pronunciation: Reduced and full forms


Unit A – Leçon 4 : La monnaie

Grammar: Phrasal

verbs: Intransitive verbs cost and value; using money; expenses, bills & taxes

Reading and listening:

“Can you make a million?”

Listening: “A waste of money”

Writing: “Reference: pronouns”

 Unit A – Vidéo 1 Portrait d’un chanteur

We meet Rick Robles, a young American singer song writer currently travelling around Britain.

Rick talks to presenter Liz about his life and music, and plays some of his songs.

Present simple & continuous;

Music; personal information

Unit A – Leçon 5 : Les obligations

Obligation and permission in the present and past; freedom from obligation

Grammar: (don't) have to; (not) allowed to;

can('t); make & let; freedom from obligation structures

Listening: “School rules”

Pronunciation: Contracted forms

Reading: “Three word games”


Unit A – Leçon 6 : En vacances

Grammar: Phrasal verbs: Intransitive verbs types of holiday; holiday activities; holiday equipment; festivals & celebrations

Reading and listening: "Culture shock”

Listening: “Going home

Writing: “Subject and object relative clauses”


 Unit B – Leçon 7 : Passé et Présent

Habitual actions in the past; describing changes; preparations

Grammar: used to; Past simple; Present perfect active and passive; not  ny more/longer

Listening: “Changed lives”

Pronunciation: "Syllables and stress”

Reading: “Two childhoods”


Unit B – Leçon 8 : A votre service

Grammar: Phrasal verbs: Transitive verbs having things done; using public services; evaluating services

Listening: “On the phone”

Reading and listening:

“Jobs we love to hate”

Writing: “Punctuation: direct speech”

 Unit B – Video 2 : Les Vikings

Presenter David goes to York to find out more

about the Vikings, who lived in Britain 1,000 years ago. He visits an underground Viking

museum, looks at archaeological remains, watches a Viking festival – and talks to visitors of all ages.

 Past tense; used to; second conditional; past

obligation; imagining

Everyday life; towns; common household objects


Unit B – Leçon 9 : Imaginons ensemble …. Imagining things differently from the way they are; making wishes

Grammar: would; second conditionals; I wish + would / could / Past tense

Listening: “What would you do?”

Pronunciation: Linking words: consonant + vowel

Reading: “My perfect weekend”


Unit B – Leçon 10 : Décrivons les choses

Grammar: Phrasal verbs: Transitive verbs describing objects by appearance and

purpose; buying & selling

Listening: “Things for sale”

Reading and listening:

“Great ideas?”

Writing: Reference: “this” and “which”



Unit B – Leçon 11: Le futur

Making predictions; hopes & expectations; giving reasons for predictions

Grammar: will/might; hope & expect; Future continuous; Future perfect; linking words Listening: “When I'm 60 ...”

Reading: “Crossing the Sahara”

Pronunciation: Stress in sentences


Unit B – Leçon 12 : les Accidents

Grammar: Phrasal verbs: Transitive verbs describing accidents and injuries; dealing with emergencies; road accidents

Reading and listening: “You're on your own”

Listening: “Narrow escapes”

Writing: Joining ideas: clauses and phrases

 Unit B – Video 3 : Mais comment font-ils ?

Liz visits a film set for the TV series London's Burning, and watches a stunt being filmed. She sees how the stunt is organised, and talks to he stunt artists and the stunt director. At the end, we see the scene in its final form.

Experiences; describing processes

Accidents and injuries;action verbs; TV and film


Unit C – Leçon 13 : Comparer et évaluer

Comparing things; comparing the way people do things; criticising and complaining

Grammar: comparative adjectives and adverbs; (not) as ... as ...; too & enough

Listening: “Living in Britain”

Reading: “Left-handedness”

Pronunciation: Linking words:

consonant + consonant


Unit C –  Leçon 14 : Les medias

Grammar Phrasal verbs: Double meanings:

Vocabulary: newspapers and magazines, and their contents; types of TV programme

Listening: “Media habits”

Reading and listening: “Easy listening”

Writing: Similarities


Unit C – Leçon 15 Les évènements récents

Announcing news; giving and asking about details; talking about recent activities Grammar: Present perfect simple active & passive; Past simple; Present perfect continuous

Listening: “What has happened?”

Pronunciation: Changing stress

Reading: “Personal letters”