Gilles Grosdoit-Artur - MMI
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Semester 1

English / M1101

Unit 1 – Unit 3 – Unit 4 – Unit 5 – Final Exams

Unit 2


Making Contacts

1 TD / 1 TP (3 hours total)

All course material is available on Moodle and must be downloaded prior to the beginning of each session.

Reading / Writing

Article/Questions: Annabelle Thorpe for The Guardian (April 29th, 2000): “How To Socialize Outside Of Office Hours”

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TOEIC Practice / Grammar Review

TOEIC: Meetings – Present Simple and Progressive / Grammar Review: The Future

Online exercises and articles


The Future on Grammarly Blog


Use of the Future Tense on Englisch Hilfen.

RulesExercises (navigate to the Will-Future, Future Progressive and Future Perfect sections)

Many more exercises on Perfect English Grammar (you need to scroll down to exercises about the future).


All material for this session must be downloaded from the ‘Bureau Virtuel’.


In this session, we will focus on the pronunciation of the -ATE ending. For a start, you might want to take a look at this extract from the infamous British show “Little Britain” and the tricky pronunciation of the word “chocolate”.

“-ate Suffix Syllable Stress Pattern” on pronuncian.com (American english Pronunciation)

List of words ending with the sufixe -ate on the spellzone.

BBC Learning English pronunciation tips: rules – activity 1 – activity 2

How they SAY it…