Passport to English
The best stories are found
in the pages of a passport .
This course will highlight important phrases, cultural knowledge, and information you may need to travel to an English-speaking country (the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Ireland, and South Africa). This course is for pre-intermediate or intermediate learners. It is not recommended if you are a beginner.
This course comes with a certificate that you can add to your resume or curriculum to show that you have completed the course.
- 14 lessons and over 7 hours of video lessons.
- Downloadable material in PDF.
- Interactive games and activities.
- Cellphone or tablet access.
- You have unlimited access to the course for a year.
- Access to a private Facebook group for access to a native teacher.
- Certificate upon completion
Course lesson overview
Lesson 1: Making plans to travel
In this lesson you will learn about countries and nationalities, places you can go on vacation, phrases to use when asking others what they prefer and phrases to make plans with someone.
Lesson 2: Booking a flight
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary related to booking a flight and phrases to book a flight.
Lesson 3: Check into your flight
In this lesson you will learn about important vocabulary related to airports, review requirements or phrases a clerk might say when checking in, learn the differences between baggage vs. luggage.
Lesson 4: Places at the airport
In this lesson you will learn about places at the airport and how to answer questions at the airport.
Lesson 5: Giving directions
In this lesson you will learn how to give directions and receive directions.
Lesson 6: Going through security
In this lesson you will learn vocabulary related to security and review phrases a TSA agent might ask you.
Lesson 7: Getting on an airplane
In this lesson you will learn about the parts of a plane, learn some traveling hacks and review common questions asked on a plane.
Lesson 8: Cultural differences
In this lesson you will learn about the cultural differences between the USA, U.K. and Latin America. You will learn the do's and don'ts of traveling.
Lesson 9: Going to a restaurant
IN this lesson you will learn about the objects found on a table, vocabulary related to restaurants, learn how to order food and say what you like or don't like.
Lesson 10: Bad service/complaining
In this lesson you will learn how to complain about bad service and describe food using adjectives.
Lesson 11: Start a conversation with a stranger
In this lesson you will learn how to start a conversation with a stranger (small talk), learn to greet someone or say good, review professions and learn to make invitations.-bye in a polite way,
Lesson 12: Let's go shopping
In this lesson you will learn to talk about money terms and numbers, vocabulary related to shopping and talk about places in a mall.
Lesson 13: Transportation and places
In this lesson you will learn about different types of transportation, review how to give directions, review prepositions and talk about different places.
Lesson 14: Telling the time
In this lesson you will learn to tell the time (U.K. and USA ways) and talk about the moments of the day.