English Grammar and Vocabulary - Fashion (Advanced Level)
Learn how to talk about fashion using fashion-related English words, phrases, and idioms with this free English course.Publisher: Advance Learning
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This course will first introduce you to English vocabulary related to watching media, such as 'to stream' which means to watch a movie online, and 'binge-watch' which means to watch many episodes of a tv programme at once. You will then look at English for news and learn about 'headlines' which means the most important news stories on a particular day and 'editorial' which is an opinion piece written by a newspaper editor.
You will then study the passive form of sentences and practice using the verb 'to be + past participle'. You will learn how to use the passive form with the preposition ""by"", as well as when to use the passive form. You will also learn when to use the infinitive and how to form the perfect infinitive by using 'have + past participle'. The course will then teach you how to structure passive reporting in English.
There is always something new to talk about in the media, so by taking this course you will improve your English conversational ability immensely. This course also contains collocations and common English phrases that will really help you sound more like a native English speaker. By the time you have finished the course your English will be at a new level, so get started today and gain some new English skills in no time at all!Start Course Now
After completing this course you will be able to:
- Review the language used for describing the way people dress
- Justify the correct downtoner for the context given
- State the correct use of emphasizers for talking about how long it has been since something happened
- Review the structure of inversions and how they are used
- Summarize the correct expression for the given emphatic sentence
- Analyse the difference in meanings between different downtoners
- Explain the correct use of exclamations with 'what' or 'how'
- Explain which fashion related idiom is most appropriate in the given context
- Trace the meaning of certain expressions and how they are used
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