Corsi in Piccoli Gruppi

Corsi da 3 a 5 partecipanti. Percorso modulare di formazione linguistica rivolto al pubblico.
Lingue: Inglese, Francese, Tedesco, e Spagnolo

Tempi Comodi

Corsi modulari collettivi (min. 3, max 5 part.) semintensivi, della durata di circa 8 settimane.
I corsi prevedono 30 lezioni (22,5h) suddivise in 15 incontri di 90 min., nei seguenti orari: lunedì e mercoledì oppure martedì e giovedì dalle 18,30 alle 20,00 oppure dalle 20,00 alle 21,30.

Le lezioni si tengono presso una delle nostre sedi (rispettivamente Vicenza, Viale Mazzini 27, o Thiene, C.so Garibaldi 174), con due incontri settimanali di 90 minuti. Ciascun modulo verrà subito seguito dal successivo (per contenuti propedeutici), permettendo agli allievi di completare uno o più percorsi formativi linguistici in modo consecutivo, quindi di raggiungere nel più breve tempo possibile il livello soglia consigliato (generalmente B2), o addirittura il livello avanzato, C1.

Un corso Per te

Il full immersion workshop di lingua inglese è ideale per diverse figure professionali, ma soprattutto indicato per candidati il cui ruolo aziendale di responsabilità li rende inadatti a percorsi formativi che prevedono frequenza e studio regolare e prolungato nel tempo.

Il programma con orientamento business/standard affronta i temi grammaticali/lessicali/ fraseologici e comunicativi relativi ai rispettivi livelli del Quadro di Riferimento Europeo, coprendo argomenti sia di tipo generico (cultura generale, attualità, viaggi, turismo, ecc.), che business (linguaggio del commercio, basi di terminologia amministrativa, ITC, logistica, tecnica, ecc.).

Ciascun programma viene customizzato sulla base delle singole richieste degli iscritti, i quali, al momento dell’iscrizione, compilano un questionario di customizzazione indicando le aree di miglioramento interessanti per il loro fabbisogno formativo specifico. Entro l’inizio del corso le richieste dei partecipanti vengono gestite e trasformate in un programma di approfondimento che copre gli obiettivi richiesti da più iscritti, proporzionalmente al n. di richieste rilevate. I programmi, quindi, pur riflettendo i criteri del Quadro di Riferimento Comune Europeo, sono personalizzati ed adeguati ai temi di comune interesse del gruppo.

Percorso Efficace

Un programma di livello completo del Quadro di Riferimento Europeo in un corso collettivo interaziendale o rivolto al pubblico prevede generalmente 80 lezioni, cioè circa 60 ore formative.
I corsi proposti si suddividono in moduli di 40 lezioni (30 h) cad. (corsi collettivi), oppure in moduli di 30 lezioni (22 h e mezza) cad. (piccolo gruppo).
Si prevede che almeno una reiterazione del corso modulare dello stesso livello sia necessaria per poter ottenere il pieno passaggio al livello successivo del Quadro di Riferimento Europeo, rispetto a quello rilevato prima dell’inizio del percorso formativo, ma è possibile che gli iscritti che sfruttano molto le risorse multimediali o le iniziative collettive di esercitazione orale offerte da Interlingua (piattaforme on-line, Speakers’ Corner), oppure gli iscritti il cui test d’ingresso ottiene un punteggio intermedio nell’ambito di un livello di competenza, riescano a superare il test finale con un punteggio utile all’inserimento nel corso successivo già dopo il primo modulo.

Contenuti di linguaggio business trasversale Viene costruita una padronanza semantica e comunicativa indispensabile per affrontare alcune funzioni comunicative trasversali a moltissime figure professionali impiegatizie ed executive, utilizzando la metodologia CLIL (discussion) e TBL (role-play).

Contenuti di comunicazione generale Vengono affrontati argomenti di cultura generale e di attualità, e simulate conversazioni di vario genere, soprattutto legate alle difficoltà/attività che si possono affrontare durante viaggi di turismo /lavoro (Small Talk), utilizzando la metodologia TBL (Task Based Learning)

Contenuti grammaticali/sintattici/fraseologici Vengono affrontati di volta in volta gli argomenti grammaticali/sintattici/semantici e fraseologici, relativi al rispettivo livello del corso, a seconda delle lacune che emergeranno durante le lezioni. Il metodo utilizzato è Ask&Answer, quindi gli argomenti grammaticali vengono estrapolati dalla pratica di task altamente comunicativi, quali discussione basata sulla descrizione di flash-cards mirate, listening comprehension, role-play, discussion, seguendo un programma didattico pertinente ai contenuti propedeutici dei rispettivi livelli del QRE.

Attesta il Tuo Livello

La competenza linguistica iniziale di ciascun allievo viene analizzata attraverso un Entry Test on-line, al fine di creare gruppi omogenei per livello. 

Alla fine di ciascun modulo gli allievi sostengono un Progress Test, la cui valutazione genera un’attestazione linguistica secondo il Quadro di Riferimento Europeo, che riflette il livello raggiunto dall’allievo alla fine del corso, e determina la scelta del livello per l’inserimento nel corso modulare successivo.

Scegli la Modalità per Te

Standard

1 Modulo

€400

2 Moduli

€760

Quota iscrizione esclusa (€35,00/€50,00)

Welcome to your Crap English level test

18) I am fed up _________ this exercise.
19) We haven’t had _________ news from our agent.
20) Obviously, objectives occasionally _________ be modified or changed.
21) Managers set objectives, and decide _________ their organization can achieve them
22) I'm not _________ that subject.
23) Do you mind _________ that window.
24) He grew very angry when he realized how he had been _________out of his money.
25) This blue door was _________ painted green.
1) What does the idiom "to moved the goal posts" mean?
2) What does the idiom " to put it in a nut shell" mean?
3) What does the idiom " to bark up the wrong tree" mean?
4) "Last night we had a big argument". Don't worry it will soon _________
5) My friend James had to walk home because his car _________ .
6) My brother's best friend thinks I'm a _________ .
7) Choose the correct option
8) Choose the correct option
9) Choose the correct option
10) Choose the correct option
11) Did you have any problems ________ our house?
12) This meat is beautifully ________ – what recipe did you use?
13) The teacher asked if ________ to bring our textbooks to class.
14) I think that the problem Henry has raised is a major ________ for our society today.
15) Great! The washing machine _______ working. Did you have it fixed?
16) We had been travelling _______ about four hours when the train came to an abrupt halt.
17) Some foods, such as burgers and pizzas, _______ bad for your health.
18) It _______ that garlic thins the blood.
19) I regret to inform you that your application _______ unsuccessful on this occasion.
20) There are far too many people sleeping ________ on the streets of London and other big British cities.
21) I won't be going to Rothesay with you tomorrow _______ I feel a lot better
22) You've got to get up very early tomorrow so don't forget to ________ your alarm.
23) The findings of the survey ________ contrary to what was expected.
24) Local residents ________ objected to the plans to build a supermarket where there is currently a beautiful park.
25) Choose the best word to complete the sentence.
The baby boy saw … in the mirror and started to cry.
26) A lot of trains _________late today due to the heavy storms.
27) _________ was a strong wind last night.
28) Choose the best word or phrase to complete the sentence.
Firstly, I want to congratulate you all. Secondly, I would like to wish you good luck and _________ I hope you have enjoyed the course.
29) You _________ clean your teeth twice a day to avoid having problems.
30) The children thought they were _________ when they saw the bull.
31) Choose the best word or phrase to complete the dialogue.
Jack: I think it’s going to rain.
Jill: I _________ , the clouds are clearing.
Jack: We’ll soon see.
32) I really don’t like this meal. _________ money in the world wouldn’t get me to eat it.
33) Last year, Joanna bought two _________ coats in New York.
34) I must report to the meeting that Cyrus completed his first piece of work well ahead of schedule. _________, however, his work has been handed in late.
35) That’s very good of you but you _________ have paid me back until tomorrow.
36) I _________ intending to stop smoking even before I got this bad cough.
37) Choose the word or phrase which has a similar meaning to:
consider
38) Choose the word or phrase which has a similar meaning to:
talk
39) Choose the word or phrase which has a similar meaning to:
complete
40) Choose the word or phrase which has a similar meaning to:
return
41) Choose the word or phrase which has a similar meaning to:
report
42) She hit her _________ while she was playing football.
43) The _________ went to the police.
44) It was bad but it was not a _________.
45) Some words are often used together, e.g. smelly + socks. Choose a word which is often used with:
concrete
46) Some words are often used together, e.g. smelly + socks. Choose a word which is often used with:
tender
48) Some words are often used together, e.g. smelly + socks. Choose a word which is often used with:
sophisticated
49) Some words are often used together, e.g. smelly + socks. Choose a word which is often used with:
blunt
50) What is the correct idiom: He had been sleeping __________.

Percorso formativo

Corsi di lingua inglese effettuati
l candidato legga attentamente e scelga la casella che più si avvicina alla descrizione del suo percorso formativo.

Your new question!
Your new question!
Grammatica:
Selezionare le parole che completano correttamente la frase.

1) Are ______ from Brazil?
2) I have never ______ Indian food.
3) Robert’s from New York. _________
4) I _________ my new job next week.
6) There _________ a problem with your computer.
6) I _________10,000 shares last week.
7) _________that issue?
8) Maybe you should _________ a different approach.
6) Hiring Thomas has _________ a positive impact on the growth of our law firm
1) I'm not sure that _________ the CEO will solve our problems.
11) Our employees _________ our strongest asset.
12) _________that for another meeting.
13) Our office usually _________ at 5:00 PM, but today we're staying open until 6.
14) Please ask Robert _________ to the meeting
7) From now on, we _________ things differently.
10) I _________ those changes last week
9) I haven't seen him _________
9) Have you ever __________________ to Mallorca?
5) I haven't seen him _________
8) This sweater is made _________ the softest wool!
1) I hope you are coming to the party _________ my birthday!
Autovalutazione

(le descrizioni seguenti sono strettamente collegate ai criteri di valutazione del Quadro di Riferimento Comune Europeo. E’ necessario completare la parte del test dedicata all’autovalutazione con la massima serietà in quanto i punteggi relativi verranno sommati al punteggio totale da cui dipenderà la valutazione finale)

Interazione orale
Il candidato legga attentamente e scelga la casella che meglio descrive le sue capacità di interazione orale.

Lettura:
MY DAILY ROUTINE: I get up at 7 o’clock nearly every morning. After a light breakfast
I switch my computer on and start my working day, that ends no sooner than 7,30 p.m.,
with a brief interruption at 1 o’clock for a quick sandwich or yoghurt. I usually go to the
self-service down the road for dinner, and then to bed. I work six days a week, and I
spend most of my Sundays in bed, resting. But I’m a translator, so I sometimes work
on Sundays too.

1) What is the passage about?
2) How many hours a day does the author usually work?
3) How much time does the author usually spend cooking?
Lettura:
Whether a certain amount of fat in the diet is essential to human health is not definitely known. When rats are fed a fat-free diet, their growth eventually ceases, their skin becomes inflamed and scaly, and their reproductive systems may get damaged.

4) What is a fat-free diet?
5) Which of the following is true for rats when they are fed a fat-free diet?
6) The word "essential" is closest in meaning to:
2) If he had told me about this earlier, I _________ someone else.
11) By the time my boss gets here, I _________ my report.
3) If he doesn't come in the next 10 minutes, we _________ without him.
4) _________ business in third-world countries can be a frustrating experience.
5) Negotiations _________ to continue into the weekend
10) If you _________ there we wouldn't have been fined
3) Hello James where _________ you from?
2) Hi John, _________?
4) _________ James ride a horse?
5) Do you _________ pizza?
8) There _________ any big hypermarkets near my house
7) We _________ agree with him
10) Paul can't _________ football.
11) James _________ hungry
12) What day _________ it yesterday?
13) Ann, how are you? _________
14) Whose pen is that? _________
15) I speak French but Ann _________
16) I can't find my glasses. Can you look for_________, please?
17) Would you like _________ to drink, sir?
18) Why are you so hungry? Oh, I _________ breakfast this morning.
19) Could you tell me when _________?
20) Drive _________ otherwise you'll have an accident.
21) _________ do you go to the gym? – Twice a week
22) I like ________ in my spare time.
23) Chopin _________ music when he was three.
24) Where _________ Ann and Mary at 6 pm yesterday?
25) I went to the bookshop ________'Harry Potter'
9) When Simon _________ back tonight, he'll do the washing up.
15) They _________ pizza. They had pasta
16) They _________early on Sundays
17) They _________ a really good time on holiday.
18) Mike _________ me he had finished his homework.
19) Are you looking _________ to your holiday?
20) The boy _________ cake when his mother came into the room
21) She has _________ finished this week’s report.
22) I don’t think you _________ them.
23) In the future there _________ cures to the world’s worst diseases.
24) You _________wear a suit to work, but you can if you want.
25) John is a man _________ tries to find solutions to problems.
12) He told her that _________
13) When I got home, someone _________ the window.
14) It was _________ a boring film that I fell asleep.
15) By this time next year, I _________ all my exams.
16) My mobile phone _________
17) If only I _________ richer.

Plus

1 Modulo

€450

2 Moduli

€810

Quota iscrizione esclusa (€35,00/€50,00)

Welcome to your Crap English level test

18) I am fed up _________ this exercise.
19) We haven’t had _________ news from our agent.
20) Obviously, objectives occasionally _________ be modified or changed.
21) Managers set objectives, and decide _________ their organization can achieve them
22) I'm not _________ that subject.
23) Do you mind _________ that window.
24) He grew very angry when he realized how he had been _________out of his money.
25) This blue door was _________ painted green.
1) What does the idiom "to moved the goal posts" mean?
2) What does the idiom " to put it in a nut shell" mean?
3) What does the idiom " to bark up the wrong tree" mean?
4) "Last night we had a big argument". Don't worry it will soon _________
5) My friend James had to walk home because his car _________ .
6) My brother's best friend thinks I'm a _________ .
7) Choose the correct option
8) Choose the correct option
9) Choose the correct option
10) Choose the correct option
11) Did you have any problems ________ our house?
12) This meat is beautifully ________ – what recipe did you use?
13) The teacher asked if ________ to bring our textbooks to class.
14) I think that the problem Henry has raised is a major ________ for our society today.
15) Great! The washing machine _______ working. Did you have it fixed?
16) We had been travelling _______ about four hours when the train came to an abrupt halt.
17) Some foods, such as burgers and pizzas, _______ bad for your health.
18) It _______ that garlic thins the blood.
19) I regret to inform you that your application _______ unsuccessful on this occasion.
20) There are far too many people sleeping ________ on the streets of London and other big British cities.
21) I won't be going to Rothesay with you tomorrow _______ I feel a lot better
22) You've got to get up very early tomorrow so don't forget to ________ your alarm.
23) The findings of the survey ________ contrary to what was expected.
24) Local residents ________ objected to the plans to build a supermarket where there is currently a beautiful park.
25) Choose the best word to complete the sentence.
The baby boy saw … in the mirror and started to cry.
26) A lot of trains _________late today due to the heavy storms.
27) _________ was a strong wind last night.
28) Choose the best word or phrase to complete the sentence.
Firstly, I want to congratulate you all. Secondly, I would like to wish you good luck and _________ I hope you have enjoyed the course.
29) You _________ clean your teeth twice a day to avoid having problems.
30) The children thought they were _________ when they saw the bull.
31) Choose the best word or phrase to complete the dialogue.
Jack: I think it’s going to rain.
Jill: I _________ , the clouds are clearing.
Jack: We’ll soon see.
32) I really don’t like this meal. _________ money in the world wouldn’t get me to eat it.
33) Last year, Joanna bought two _________ coats in New York.
34) I must report to the meeting that Cyrus completed his first piece of work well ahead of schedule. _________, however, his work has been handed in late.
35) That’s very good of you but you _________ have paid me back until tomorrow.
36) I _________ intending to stop smoking even before I got this bad cough.
37) Choose the word or phrase which has a similar meaning to:
consider
38) Choose the word or phrase which has a similar meaning to:
talk
39) Choose the word or phrase which has a similar meaning to:
complete
40) Choose the word or phrase which has a similar meaning to:
return
41) Choose the word or phrase which has a similar meaning to:
report
42) She hit her _________ while she was playing football.
43) The _________ went to the police.
44) It was bad but it was not a _________.
45) Some words are often used together, e.g. smelly + socks. Choose a word which is often used with:
concrete
46) Some words are often used together, e.g. smelly + socks. Choose a word which is often used with:
tender
48) Some words are often used together, e.g. smelly + socks. Choose a word which is often used with:
sophisticated
49) Some words are often used together, e.g. smelly + socks. Choose a word which is often used with:
blunt
50) What is the correct idiom: He had been sleeping __________.

Percorso formativo

Corsi di lingua inglese effettuati
l candidato legga attentamente e scelga la casella che più si avvicina alla descrizione del suo percorso formativo.

Your new question!
Your new question!
Grammatica:
Selezionare le parole che completano correttamente la frase.

1) Are ______ from Brazil?
2) I have never ______ Indian food.
3) Robert’s from New York. _________
4) I _________ my new job next week.
6) There _________ a problem with your computer.
6) I _________10,000 shares last week.
7) _________that issue?
8) Maybe you should _________ a different approach.
6) Hiring Thomas has _________ a positive impact on the growth of our law firm
1) I'm not sure that _________ the CEO will solve our problems.
11) Our employees _________ our strongest asset.
12) _________that for another meeting.
13) Our office usually _________ at 5:00 PM, but today we're staying open until 6.
14) Please ask Robert _________ to the meeting
7) From now on, we _________ things differently.
10) I _________ those changes last week
9) I haven't seen him _________
9) Have you ever __________________ to Mallorca?
5) I haven't seen him _________
8) This sweater is made _________ the softest wool!
1) I hope you are coming to the party _________ my birthday!
Autovalutazione

(le descrizioni seguenti sono strettamente collegate ai criteri di valutazione del Quadro di Riferimento Comune Europeo. E’ necessario completare la parte del test dedicata all’autovalutazione con la massima serietà in quanto i punteggi relativi verranno sommati al punteggio totale da cui dipenderà la valutazione finale)

Interazione orale
Il candidato legga attentamente e scelga la casella che meglio descrive le sue capacità di interazione orale.

Lettura:
MY DAILY ROUTINE: I get up at 7 o’clock nearly every morning. After a light breakfast
I switch my computer on and start my working day, that ends no sooner than 7,30 p.m.,
with a brief interruption at 1 o’clock for a quick sandwich or yoghurt. I usually go to the
self-service down the road for dinner, and then to bed. I work six days a week, and I
spend most of my Sundays in bed, resting. But I’m a translator, so I sometimes work
on Sundays too.

1) What is the passage about?
2) How many hours a day does the author usually work?
3) How much time does the author usually spend cooking?
Lettura:
Whether a certain amount of fat in the diet is essential to human health is not definitely known. When rats are fed a fat-free diet, their growth eventually ceases, their skin becomes inflamed and scaly, and their reproductive systems may get damaged.

4) What is a fat-free diet?
5) Which of the following is true for rats when they are fed a fat-free diet?
6) The word "essential" is closest in meaning to:
2) If he had told me about this earlier, I _________ someone else.
11) By the time my boss gets here, I _________ my report.
3) If he doesn't come in the next 10 minutes, we _________ without him.
4) _________ business in third-world countries can be a frustrating experience.
5) Negotiations _________ to continue into the weekend
10) If you _________ there we wouldn't have been fined
3) Hello James where _________ you from?
2) Hi John, _________?
4) _________ James ride a horse?
5) Do you _________ pizza?
8) There _________ any big hypermarkets near my house
7) We _________ agree with him
10) Paul can't _________ football.
11) James _________ hungry
12) What day _________ it yesterday?
13) Ann, how are you? _________
14) Whose pen is that? _________
15) I speak French but Ann _________
16) I can't find my glasses. Can you look for_________, please?
17) Would you like _________ to drink, sir?
18) Why are you so hungry? Oh, I _________ breakfast this morning.
19) Could you tell me when _________?
20) Drive _________ otherwise you'll have an accident.
21) _________ do you go to the gym? – Twice a week
22) I like ________ in my spare time.
23) Chopin _________ music when he was three.
24) Where _________ Ann and Mary at 6 pm yesterday?
25) I went to the bookshop ________'Harry Potter'
9) When Simon _________ back tonight, he'll do the washing up.
15) They _________ pizza. They had pasta
16) They _________early on Sundays
17) They _________ a really good time on holiday.
18) Mike _________ me he had finished his homework.
19) Are you looking _________ to your holiday?
20) The boy _________ cake when his mother came into the room
21) She has _________ finished this week’s report.
22) I don’t think you _________ them.
23) In the future there _________ cures to the world’s worst diseases.
24) You _________wear a suit to work, but you can if you want.
25) John is a man _________ tries to find solutions to problems.
12) He told her that _________
13) When I got home, someone _________ the window.
14) It was _________ a boring film that I fell asleep.
15) By this time next year, I _________ all my exams.
16) My mobile phone _________
17) If only I _________ richer.

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