ENGLISH (B2 LEVEL)*
Students must have passed first-year exams
Goals and Learning outcomes
To provide students with written and oral communication skills in English – everyday English - B2 level of the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages).
The thematic units generally include the following topics: interviews, things hard to believe, illnesses and injuries, feelings and opinions, describing people, clothes and fashion, telling stories, air travel, reading habits, weather, eco-guilt, risk takers and the survivors’ club.
Recommended reading list (Bibliography)
The following literature is recommended for both attending and non- attending students.
Louise Hashemi and Barbara Thomas with Maria Grazia Niccolaioni All in One Grammar - Cambridge University Press (The keys to the exercises are available at the language lab)
- M.Vince, L. Pallini English Grammar Practice for Italian students with key Macmillan Heinemann
R. , English Grammar in Use for intermediate students with answers, Cambridge University Press
Written and oral test
- Clive Oxenden, Christina Latham-Koenig - Third Edtion - English file. Upper-intermediate MultiPack A. Student's book-Workbook A With key. Con Multi-ROM, Oxford University Press – ISBN 978-0-19-455862-4