The Neighbourhood Course Syllabus
Read the course syllabus.
This is the page you’re on now, where you can see an in-depth explanation of what you’re going to study in this course.
We set out the key objectives for this course so you can identify what you need to learn. We provide a downloadable checklist that you can print out to check off the points as you go through the course.
Learn the vocabulary for different types of accommodation in English. You can see definitions of each word with pictures as well as listen to audios of the key words.
“House” and “home” are both commonly used words in English but do you know the difference? Review the key definitions in English to use both of these words correctly.
Go through our self-paced presentation to learn some key vocabulary to talk about the important features of a neighbourhood in English. Our presentation can be downloaded as a PDF too.
Go through our self-paced presentation to learn some key vocabulary to talk about the important traits of a good and bad neighbour in English. Our presentation can be downloaded as a PDF too.
Read about the best places to live in the UK then use our forum to tell us the best places to live in your country.
Use our online or printable flashcards to practise the vocabulary taught in this course. We explain each game in detail and provide examples too.
Practise the correct spelling of the key vocabulary from this course with our fun online spelling game.
Test your knowledge of key phrases and words from this course by completing our online crossword. You can repeat this activity as many times as you wish.
Download our list of conversation questions about the neighbourhood and respond using our video forum. You’ll get feedback and corrections from our native teachers on your speaking skills.
Read all about the typical British house and the features it has then respond to our quiz questions to test your understanding.
Download our one-page summary of the topic to use for reference.
After completing the course, you can review your achievements and analyse what you have learnt.
Take a look at other resources that we have published related to this course so you can expand your English knowledge.
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