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Vote on the topic you would like to learn in our next exclusive video.

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PHIL73

Hello Minoo,

No, you aren't  :-). Since I tend to follow the course from the beginning, I didn't browse all the video lessons. Now that I've taken a look at  them, I understand your question :). 

I had even forgot these videos, so I would have a question: when should we  watch them, before the tests or after them to complete our knowledge?

 

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Minoo

Hello Phil,

Excellent question! Actually, we are currently working on developing study plans that make it clear when is best to watch each additional video lesson.

There are two groups of  video lessons in this section: 

1. Watch the five 'formal / informal' lessons after you have completed all of the Intermediate Grammar modules because these lessons review the use of important Intermediate structures in context.

2. Watch each 'Phrasal Verb' lesson after the corresponding lesson in the Intermediate Conversation category before taking the test because they review the exact content of each lesson.

Let me know if I've answered your question.

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Minoo

Thank you for voting, Santa.

The lesson on Present Perfect & Present Perfect Continuous (Active & Passive) will be the one after next, so in about 3 weeks.

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