Welcome to the surprising universe of English language learning! As an elementary level understudy, you have proactively built areas of strength in English, and presently it is the right time to make the following steps. The half way level goes about as an entryway that opens up new open doors for compelling communication.
In spite of the fact that you will most likely be unable to utilize English only for work or concentrate right now, the half way level furnishes you with fundamental abilities to take part in discussions, offer your viewpoints, and explore various situations with expanded certainty.
In this article, we will zero in on important language structure subjects that are basics for your advancement at the Transitional level. How about we get everything rolling!
What should you do at B1 level in English?
Utilize English at work in circumstances you knew all about;
Have easygoing discussions and request help when you don’t grasp something;
Compose straightforward passages about things you know well;
Discuss your contemplations, encounters, dreams, and plans, and make sense of why you think a specific way.
What grammar concepts can you learn at Intermediate level?
Various approaches to communicating future tense
In English, there are various ways of discussing what will from happen now on. At the point when you arrive at the Middle level, you’ll get more familiar with these ways and have the option to pick the best one to communicate your thoughts. Here are a few models you can utilize:
Future Straightforward and “going to” for plans and expectations:
One year from now, I will make every second count.
Present Continuous for an arranged activity that will occur sooner rather than later:
I’m meeting his folks for supper this evening.
Present Indefinite to communicate future while discussing plans (transportation, films):
The train leaves at 7. Try not to be late.
Future Continuous while discussing a nonstop activity that will occur coming down the line for a specific timeframe:
I will be learning English forever.
Future perfect Basic for activities that will be finished by a specific second from here on out:
Roma will have completed the project by tomorrow.
The development “be going to follow through with something” to portray an activity that is going to occur:
I’m asking since it is smarter to take a gander at what I’m going to show you … while starving.
The “I wish” and “If only” construction
At the point when you want to communicate lament or a wish for something to appear as something else, you can utilize “I wish” and “If” for these structures.
I wish I had shoes like that. I truly wish I did.
The “used to” Construction
Do you have any idea how to discuss something that happened a ton previously yet doesn’t occur any longer? It’s simple in English, use “used to” before the action word.
Presently you’re simply someone that I used to be aware. You’re somebody I used to be aware.
Conditional Sentences: 2nd and 3rd conditionals
The higher your English level, the more perplexing considerations you can communicate. At the point when you begin to learn English, you can discuss genuine circumstances. In any case, at the Moderate level, you can unreservedly discuss speculative and unreal conditions. That is where we utilize the second and third restrictive sentences for that.
The second condition about things that are not genuine and could occur in the present or future, however they’re not prone to occur.
In the event that I were a kid, I figure I could comprehend, gracious ooh, How it feels to cherish a young lady, I swear I’d be a superior man.
The third condition about things that occurred previously and are not genuine. We use it to discuss laments or reprimand things that happened in an unexpected way.
Also, if by some stroke of good luck one thing had happened in an unexpected way: in the event that that shoestring hadn’t broken; or that conveyance truck had moved minutes sooner, Daisy and her companion would’ve gone across the road, and the taxi would’ve driven by.
Modals of Deduction
With modular action words, you can communicate suspicions. Use “must” when you are no less than 95% sure that something is valid. Perhaps you have areas of strength for extremely:
Be that as it may, Hagrid, there should be an error! This says stage nine and 3/4. There is nothing of the sort.
Assuming you are 30% to 70% sure that something is conceivable, use “may,” “may,” or “could”:
I presented to him some sandwiches in light of the fact that I figured he may be eager.
Assuming that you accept something is unthinkable, you can utilize “can’t” or “proved unable”:
This can’t be valid. I assume I have been harmed.
Once in a while we don’t have any clear idea who did the activity, and that is the point at which we use the active and passive voice. It’s framed by utilizing “be” with the action word in its past participle form:
I generally get my work done. (Active voice).
The schoolwork is finished. (Passive voice).
Do you feel the distinction? Who did the schoolwork in the subsequent sentence? We don’t have the exact idea.
Congrats on arriving at the Transitional level! Presently, now is the ideal time to continue to work on your English abilities and proceed with your language learning venture. Continue working on, extending your jargon, and investigating new points to progress to a higher level.