Reflex'English Cambridge

Reflex'English Cambridge

Reflex'English Cambridge est une méthode interactive d'anglais de référence, basée sur le prestigieux cours 'Language in Use' des Editions Cambridge University Press.

La solution allie avec efficacité pédagogique mondialement reconnue et technologies multimédias de pointe.

Reflex'English Cambridge est également un outil incontournable pour préparer efficacement les examens tels que Key English Test, Preliminary English Test et First Certificate in English.

 

 

Compétences langagières

Chaque niveau de la méthode est constitué d'un ensemble de modules thématiques et couvre toutes les compétences langagières : expression et compréhension écrites et orales.

 De multiples enregistrements sonores (dialogues, programmes radio, histoires courtes...) permettent une immersion rapide dans la langue.

 Les animations, mettant en scène des moments amusants au quotidien, servent de prétexte pour présenter les différentes fonctions du langage (grammaire et vocabulaire).

 Chaque niveau est agrémenté d'une suite de films, destinés à accompagner, souligner et expliquer le vocabulaire et le programme pédagogique.

 Les nouveaux mots, introduits dans les leçons, sont regroupés dans des boîtes de vocabulaire pour une assimilation plus rapide? Ils sont sonorisés et accompagnés de leur traduction.

 Les points de grammaire abordés dans les leçons sont expliqués dans un recueil détaillé et sonorisé.

 Des milliers d'exercices interactifs peuvent être résolus de manière écrite ou orale.



Fonctionnalités

Reconnaissance orale inédite

Le performant système de reconnaissance vocale évalue de manière très précise la prononciation et indique les erreurs. Il est possible de s'exercer à prononcer des phrases complètes, des expressions, des mots et même créer ses propres listes de termes à travailler.

Technologies multimédias de pointe 

Le programme propose des milliers d'exercices interactifs, d'enregistrements, de photos, d'illustrations, de vidéos, de mises en scène, de dialogue interactifs, de narrations et de jeux linguistiques pour assurer une immersion dans la culture et la langue anglaises.

Suivi intelligent de progrès

Une multitude de tests permettent de vérifier l'efficacité de l'apprentissage dans chaque compétence : grammaire, vocabulaire, prononciation, compréhension écrite et orale.

 

Reflex'English Cambridge est composé de 3 niveaux définis par le Cadre Européen commun de référence du Conseil de l'Europe :

Niveau 1 / A2 : 49 modules pour apprendre ou consolider vos bases et communiquer dans des situations simples.

Niveau 2 / B1 : 49 modules pour approfondir vos compétences et communiquer dans des situations courantes.

Niveau 3 / B1-B2 : 39 modules pour perfectionner votre anglais et communiquer avec aisance.

 

Détail du niveau 1 / A2


 Unit A – Lesson 1 - People and places

Greetings; introductions; saying where you're from
Grammar: Pronouns; Present tense of “to be”; short forms; “This is...”
Listening: “Photos”

 Unit A – Lesson 2 - In the family

Talking about your family; saying how old people are
Vocabulary: people; family relationships; singular and plural nouns; numbers 1-20
Listening: "Parents and Children"


 Unit A – Study Pages A

The alphabet; review – lessons 1 and 2.
Grammar: Pronouns ("my", "your", "his", "her"); "have"/"has".
Phrases: Greetings
Writing: "My friend Maria"; Pronunciation.


 Unit A – Video A - Who are you?

We meet presenters Liz and David, and find out a few things about them.
Then we look at the cities where they live. David lives in London and Liz in Cambridge.
Grammar: Verbs to be and to have
Vocabulary: Colours, appearance, number (age), places.


 Unit B – Lesson 3 - To be or not to be

Correcting people and asking questions
Grammar: Negative form of "to be"; “yes/no” questions; questions with "Who", "What" and "Where"
Listening:"Spell the words"


 Unit B – Lesson 4 - Things around you

Describing objects; giving and receiving presents;
saying where things are
Vocabulary: colours; parts of a room; everyday objects; place prepositions
Listening: “Birthday presents”

 Unit B – Study Pages B

Numbers 21-100; review – lessons 3 and 4
Grammar: “a” and “an”; “this”, “that”, “these”, “those”
Phrases: Excuse me
Writing: “Pictures of people”
Pronunciation

 

 Unit B – Video B Who lives here?

Liz looks around someone’s house, and tries to decide who lives there: is it a man or a woman?
She looks in the living room, the kitchen and the bedroom. At the end, she meets the person who lives there.
Grammar: There is/are; Question forms
Vocabulary: Rooms, everyday objects


 Unit C – Lesson 5 - There’s…

Describing and asking about places; finding differences
Grammar: “There is/are”; “some” and “any”; questions with “How many…”?
Listening: “Language school”


 Unit C – Lesson 6 - Where you live

Talking about flats and houses
Vocabulary: rooms; furniture; things in the home;
addresses and telephone numbers
Listening: “Who are you?”


 Unit C – Study Pages C

Possessives; review – lessons 5 and 6.
Grammar: Singular/plural; “a” and “the”; ordinals Phrases: Can I have...?
Writing: “Describing places”
Pronunciation


 Unit C – Test of units ABC

 

 Test of units A, B and C

 

 Unit D – Lesson 7 - Things people do

Saying what people do and don't do
Grammar: Present simple tense; 3rd person singular;
positive and negative forms
Listening:“I like ...”


 Unit D – Lesson 8 - Food and drink

Saying what you eat and drink; describing dishes;
asking for things in restaurants
Vocabulary: food and drink; things on the table at mealtimes
Listening: “In a restaurant”

 

 Unit D – Study Pages D

Telling the time; review – lessons 7 and 8.
Grammar: Object pronouns; frequency adverbs
Phrases: On the phone
Writing:“Breakfast”
Pronunciation

 Unit D – Video D - Lucy and Henry

We meet a married couple, Lucy and Henry, who are very different.
We find out what they like (and don’t like) doing, and what they do at the weekend.
Grammar: Present simple tense; frequency expressions
Vocabulary: Everyday activities, common verbs

 

 Unit E – Lesson 9 - Do you…?

Asking people about what they do; talking about daily routine
Grammar: Present simple; “yes/no” questions;
“Wh-“ questions
Listening: “When are they together?”

 

 Unit E – Lesson 10 - Things people buy

Shopping at a market; talking about shops; saying where shops are
Vocabulary: buying and selling; shops; things you can buy in shops;
place prepositions
Listening:“Shopping”

 

 Unit E – Study Pages E

Days of the week; review – lessons 9 and 10.
Grammar:Weights and measures; I like and I'd like
Phrases: What does it mean?
Writing:“My top three places”
Pronunciation


 Unit E – Video E - Someone’s watching you

David finds out about security cameras in an English town.
He shows us around the town and interviews a security officer.
In the final section, we see a real crime filmed by a security camera.
Grammar: Present simple and continuous; question forms
Phrases: Place prepositions, towns and shops


 Unit F – Lesson 11 - What’s going on?

Saying what people are doing and where they are;
asking what people are doing
Grammar: Present continuous tense; “yes/no” and “Wh-“ questions; place expressions
Listening:“On the phone”


 Unit F – Lesson 12 - Describing people

Saying what people are wearing and what they look like; talking about jobs
Vocabulary: clothes; jobs and places of work; adjectives for describing people
Listening: “Where are the Browns?”


 Unit F – Study Pages F

Imperatives; review – lessons 11 and 12.
Grammar: Expressions with “have”; “at” + place
Phrases: Hurry up!
Writing: “People doing things”
Pronunciation


 Unit F – Test of units DEF

Test of units D, E and F




 Unit G – Lesson 13 - How much?

Talking and asking about quantity; asking people for things
Grammar: count and non-count nouns; “much” and “many”; “some” and “any”; forms of “have got”
Listening: “I want…”


 Unit G – Lesson 14 - Around the year

Talking about seasons, climate and weather
Vocabulary: words for describing the weather; seasons; months of the year
Listening:“Good times, bad times ”


 Unit G – Study Pages G

Can; review – lessons 13 and 14
Grammar: “have” and “have got”; numbers over 100;
Phrases: Would you like...?
Writing: “Birthdays”
Pronunciation

 

 Unit G – Video G - A carnival in London

David visits the Notting Hill Carnival in London. He listens to the music, watches the dancing, tries some Caribbean food - and buys a hat.
Grammar: Past simple; Present simple & continuous;
Quantity
Vocabulary:Weather, food, prices


 Unit H – Lesson 15 - In the past 1

Talking about past actions; telling a story; describing something in the past
Grammar: Past simple tense; Past tense of the verb “to be”; irregular past forms; past time expressions
Listening:“The next morning”

 

 Unit H – Lesson 16 - Around the world

Describing countries; talking about languages
Vocabulary: geographical terms; names of countries and continents; languages
Listening: “Other languages”

 

 Unit H – Study Pages H

Dates; review – lessons 15 and 16.
Grammar: Verbs with two objects; “in” and “on” + place
Phrases: I'm not sure
Writing: “and”, ”so”, “because”
Pronunciation


 Unit H – Video H - We went to Paris: A video diary

In this video diary, we follow Lee and Tina as they travel to Paris for the weekend.
They see the sights, go on a boat trip and have dinner in a restaurant - as well as visiting Disneyland.
Gramar: Past simple
Vocabulary : Transport, places

 

 Unit I – Lesson 17 - In the past 2

Saying what people did and didn't do; asking questions about the past; remembering
Grammar: Past simple tense, positive and negative; “yes/no” and “Wh-“ questions; more irregular past forms
Listening: “Can you remember?”

 

 Unit I – Lesson 18 - How to get there

Talking about ways of travelling and moving around; giving directions
Vocabulary: direction prepositions; public transport; expressions for giving directions
Listening: “Bags of gold”

 

 Unit I – Study Pages I

Short answers; review – lessons 17 and 18
Grammar: Consolidation: “very”, “quite” and “not very”; years
Phrases: Let's ...
Writing:“Then …”
Pronunciation


 Unit I – Test of units G, H, I

 

 Test of units G, H and I

 

 Unit J – Lesson 19 - You mustn’t do that!

Explaining rules; asking for and giving permission; saying what you have to and don't have to do
Grammar: “must” and “mustn't”; “can” and “can't”; “have to” and “don't have to”
Listening:“House rules”

 

 Unit J – Lesson 20 - The body

Describing bodies and actions; describing physical appearance; describing actions
Vocabulary: parts of the body; adjecti ves describing physical appearance; action verbs
Listening:“Exercises”


 Unit J – Study Pages J

Adverbs; review – lessons 19 and 20
Grammar: Verbs with “to”, “at” and “about”
Phrases: Could you...?
Pronunciation
Writing:“Animals”


 Unit J – Video J – A tropical island

We visit Fraser Island, off the coast of Australia, and meet David, who works there as a ranger.
David shows us around the island, which has lakes, tropical rainforest and wildlife, and tells us a little about its history.
Grammar: Comparison; obligation; present & past forms
Vocabulary: Geographical features, animals

 

 Unit K – Lesson 21 - Good, better, best

Making comparisons; describing outstanding features
Grammar: comparative adjectives; “than”; superlative adjectives
Listening:“Buying things”

 

 Unit K – Lesson 22 - Free time

Talking about leisure activities and sport; talking about likes and dislikes
Vocabulary: leisure activities and sports; leisure facilities; “like/enjoy” + “-ing”
Listening:“At the weekend”


 Unit K - Study pages K

Verb + “to” + infinitive; review – lessons 21 and 22
Grammar: Expressions with “go”
Phrases: What did you say?
Writing: “and”, “but”, “also”
Pronunciation

 

 Unit K – Video K - Surfing the sky

Our presenter David does a parachute jump. We meet his instructor, see their preparations, and follow them during the jump itself.
In the second part of the programme, we see people sky-surfing.
Grammar: Future with going to
Vocabulary: Leisure activities

 

 Unit L – Lesson 23 - Future plans

Talking and asking questions about future plans; talking about future arrangements
Grammar: “going to”; questions with “going to”; Present continuous tense with future meaning
Listening:“At the airport”


 Unit L – Lesson 24 - Feelings

Describing feelings; expressing opinions about films and TV programmes
Vocabulary: physical feelings; emotions; adjectives describing quality
Listening: “Three stories”

 

 Unit L – Final Review

Final review

 Unit L – Test of units JKL

Test of units J, K and L

 Summary Test - Beginner

Test of all units




Détail du niveau 2 / B1


 Unit A – Lesson 1 :Things people do

Grammar and functions:Present simple tense; frequency expressions

 Unit A – Lesson 2 : Family and friends

Vocabulary : Family and friends; love and marriage


 Unit A – Study Pages A

Vocabulary :Phrases: Introductions


 Unit A – Video A : Do the right thing

Grammar and functions:Present simple tense; question forms
Vocabulary :Friends and relationships; personal information

 Unit A – Video A : Do the right thing

Grammar and functions: “There is/are”; “have/has got

 Unit B – Lesson 4 : On the move

Vocabulary : Arriving and leaving; ways of travelling; adjectives; times and costs

 Unit B – Study pages B

Vocabulary : Phrases: Buying a ticket (1)

 

 Unit B – Video B : The streets of London

Grammar and functions: Present simple; there is/are
Vocabulary : Travel and public transport; numbers; places


 
Unit C – Lesson 5 : Talking about now

Grammar and functions: Present continuous tense; “There is/are” + “-ing


 Unit C – Lesson 6 : Food and drink

Vocabulary : Food and drink; containers

 Unit C – Study pages C

Vocabulary :Phrases: In a café


 Unit C – Test of units ABC

Test of units A, B and C

 

 Unit D – Lesson 7 : The past

Grammar and functions:Past simple tense; time expressions

 

 Unit D – Lesson 8 : A place to live

Vocabulary :Houses and flats; locations; rooms and furniture; adjectives

 

 Unit D – Study pages D

Vocabulary : Phrases: Finding a room

 

 Unit D - Video D : Ghost stories

Grammar and functions:Past simple; past time expressions
Vocabulary :Houses; ghosts and murder

 Unit E – Lesson 9 : I've done it!

Grammar and functions:
Grammar: Present perfect tense; past participles

 

 Unit E – Lesson 10 : Clothes

Vocabulary : Clothes; colours, sizes and prices

 

 Unit E – Study pages E

Vocabulary : Phrases: Paying for things

 

 Unit E – Video E : Shop, shop, shop!

Grammar and functions:Too & enough; likes and dislikes
Vocabulary :Shops, clothes, shopping

 Unit F – Lesson 11 : Quantity

Grammar and functions: “a/some/any”; quantity expressions; “How much/many ...?”; “too much/many” and “not enough”

 

 Unit F – Lesson 12 : How do you feel?

Vocabulary : aches and pains; parts of the body; remedies; doctors and medicine


 Unit F – Study pages F

Vocabulary
Phrases: Making an appointment

 Unit F – Test of units DEF

Test of units D, E and F



 Unit G – Lesson 13 : What will happen?

Grammar and functions:“will”, “won't” and “might”; “will probably” and “probably won't”

 Unit G – Lesson 14 : About town

Vocabulary : Places to go in towns; shopping; direction prepositions

 Unit G – Study pages G

Vocabulary : Phrasebook: Buying a ticket (2)

 Unit G – Video G : The Wild West of England

Grammar and functions: Comparison structures; Past and Present tenses; can
Vocabulary :The Wild West

 Unit H – Lesson 15 : Comparing things

Grammar and functions:Comparative adjectives; “than”; superlative adjectives

 Unit H – Lesson 16 : Free time

Vocabulary : Leisure activities; enjoyment and ability; sports

 

 Unit H – Study pages H

Vocabulary :Phrases: Asking where

 

 Unit H – Video H : Surfing the wave

Grammar and functions: Obligation structures
Vocabulary :Sport

 Unit I – Lesson 17 : Rules and advice

Grammar and functions: “have to” and “don't have to”; “can” and “can't”; “must” and “mustn't”; “should” and “shouldn't”

 Unit I – Lesson 18 : A day's work

Vocabulary :Names of jobs; features of jobs; stages of a career

 

 Unit I – Study pages I

Vocabulary :Phrases: Renting things

 

 Unit I – Test of units GHI

Test of units G, H and I

 Unit J – Lesson 19 : Telling stories

Grammar and functions: Past continuous tense; Past simple tense; “when” and “while”

 

 Unit J – Lesson 20 : People

Vocabulary :Physical characteristics; age; character adjectives

 

 Unit J - Study pages J

Vocabulary :Phrases: Personal questions

 

 Unit J – Video J : You’re the witness

Grammar and functions:Past simple and continuous tenses
Vocabulary : Personal appearance

 

 Unit K – Lesson 21 : Future plans

Grammar and functions: “going to”; “will”; Present continuous tense; future time expressions


 Unit K –Lesson 22 : Around the world

Vocabulary : Countries and continents; geographical features and location; climate

 Unit K – Study pages K

Vocabulary : Phrases: Arranging to meet

 Unit K – Video K : Island weekend: a video diary

Grammar and functions: Narration structures
Vocabulary : Leisure activities; geographical features

 Unit L – Lesson 23 : Past and present

Grammar and functions: Present perfect tense; “still” and “yet”; “ever” and “never"

 Unit L – Lesson 24 : Arts and entertainment

Vocabulary : Art and culture; writers, artists and performers; television programmes

 

 Unit L – Final Review

Final review

 Unit L – Test of units JKL

Test of units J, K and L

 Summary Test –Pre-intermediate

Test of all units




Détail du niveau 3 / B1-B2


 Unit A – Lesson 1: Regular events

Grammar and functions:Present simple active & passive; frequency expressions; Present continuous


 Unit A – Lesson 2 : Around the house

Grammar and functions: Introduction to Phrasal verbs
Vocabulary : behaviour in the home; household jobs & appliances; features of rooms

 Unit A Lesson 3 : Past events

Grammar and functions: Past simple and continuous; past time expressions; subject & object questions; Past simple passive

 

 Unit A – Lesson 4 : Money

Grammar and functions: Phrasal verbs: Intransitive verbs (1)
Vocabulary : cost and value; using money; expenses, bills & taxes


 Unit A – Video 1 : Portrait of a singer

Grammar and functions:Present simple & continuous
Vocabulary : Music; personal information

 

 Unit A – Lesson 5 : Obligation

Grammar and functions: (don't) have to; (not) allowed to; can('t); make & let; freedom from obligation structures

 

 Unit A – Lesson 6 : On Holiday

Grammar and functions: Phrasal verbs: Intransitive verbs (2)
Vocabulary : types of holiday; holiday activities; holiday equipment; festivals & celebrations

 

 Unit A – Study pages A

review - lessons 1 - 6


 Unit A – Test of unit A

Test of unit A

 

 Unit B – Lesson 7 : Past and present

Grammar and functions: used to; Past simple; Present perfect active and passive; not any more/longer

 


 Unit B – Lesson 8 : At your service

Grammar and functions: Phrasal verbs: Transitive verbs (1)
Vocabulary : having things done; using public services; evaluating services

 

 Unit B – Video 2 : Vikings

Grammar and functions: Past tense; used to; second conditional; past obligation; imagining
Vocabulary : 
Everyday life; towns; common household objects


 Unit B – Lesson 9 : Imagining

Grammar and functions: would; second conditionals; I wish + would / could / Past tense

 

 Unit B – Lesson 10 : Describing things

Grammar and functions: Phrasal verbs: Transitive verbs (2)
Vocabulary : describing objects by appearance and purpose; buying & selling

 

 Unit B – Lesson 11 : The future

Grammar and functions: will/might; hope & expect; Future continuous; Future perfect; linking words

 

 Unit B – Lesson 12 : Accidents

Grammar and functions: Phrasal verbs: Transitive verbs (3)
Vocabulary : describing accidents and injuries; dealing with emergencies; road accidents


 Unit B – Video 3 : How do they do it?

Grammar and functions: Experiences; describing processes
Vocabulary : Accidents and injuries; action verbs; TV and film

 Unit B – Study pages B

review - lessons 7 - 12


 Unit B – Test of unit B

Test of unit B

 



 Unit C – Lesson 13 : Compare and evaluate

Grammar and functions:comparative adjectives and adverbs; (not) as ... as ...; too & enough

 Unit C – Lesson 14 : The media

Grammar and functions: Grammar Phrasal verbs: Double meanings
Vocabulary : newspapers and magazines, and their contents; types of TV programme

 Unit C – Lesson 15 : Recent events

Grammar and functions: Present perfect simple active & pas­sive; Past simple; Present perfect continuous

 

 Unit C – Lesson 16 : Teaching and learning

Grammar and functions: Grammar Phrasal verbs: Double meanings
Vocabulary : Phrasal verbs: Prepositional verbs (1)

 

 Unit C – Video 4 : Singing cats

Grammar and functions: Present perfect tense; for/since
Vocabulary : Music and entertainment

 

 Unit C – Lesson 17 : Narration

Grammar and functions: Present perfect simple active & pas­sive; Past simple; Present perfect continuous

 

 Unit C – Lesson 18 : Breaking the law

Grammar and functions:Phrasal verbs: Prepositional verbs (2)
Vocabulary : types of crime; types of punishment; courts and trials


 Unit C - Study pages C

review - lessons 13 - 18

 

 Unit C - Test of unit C

Test of unit C

 Unit D – Lesson 19 : Up to now

Grammar and functions:Present perfect simple/continuous + for/since; negative duration structures

 

 Unit D – Lesson 20 : In your lifetime

Grammar and functions: Phrasal verbs: Three-word verbs (1)
Vocabulary : birth, marriage and death; age groups; age and the law

 Unit D – Video 5 : Getting married

Grammar and functions:Present and Past tenses
Vocabulary : Marriage; feelings

 

 Unit D – Lesson 21 : Finding out

Grammar and functions: information questions; indirect questions; reported questions; question tags

 

 Unit D – Lesson 22 : Speaking personally

Grammar and functions: Phrasal verbs: Three-word verbs (2)
Vocabulary :ways of describing feelings; positive & negative reaction

 

 Unit D – Lesson 23 : The unreal past

Grammar and functions:would have done; 2nd and 3rd conditionals; I wish + Past perfect; should(n't) have done

 

 Unit D – Lesson 24 : Life on Earth

Grammar and functions:Phrasal verbs: Review
Vocabulary : environmental problems and solutions; endangered species

 

 Unit D – Video 6 : Dogs, cats and… tarantulas

Grammar and functions:Present simple activeand passive; can & have to

 

 Unit D – Study pages D

Review – Lessons 19 - 24

 Unit D – Test of unit D

Test of unit D

 Summary test Intermediate

Test of all units

 




 

 

 

 

Nos formations éligibles au CPF

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