(1) Communicative, socio-linguistic and paralinguistic aspects of oral interaction and production (e.g. describe, narrate, etc.) in relation to the context and interlocutors.
(2) Basic grammar structures, rhythm and intonation at sentence level, spelling and punctuation.
(3) Strategies for global and selective comprehension of simple written, oral and multimedia texts and messages on topics related to tourism.
(4) High frequency lexis and idiomatic expressions related to tourism. Examples of functions: present, greet, ask for and give personal and general information, describe objects, people and places, ask for and give directions, ask for and tell time, comment and suggest, make and accept/refuse an invitation, give and take orders, ask for and grant permission, book and accept reservations, make and receive phone calls, state an opinion, agree/disagree, compare and contrast, etc.
(5) Write brief, coherent, simple texts (informal letters, descriptions, narrations, etc.) using appropriate register, syntax and lexis.
(6) Socio-cultural aspects of Anglophile countries.