ISE II Trinity – Language Functions

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ISE II Trinity – Language Functions

The ISE II Trinity – Language Functions course allows a student to learn and practise the language and grammar functions which are required to pass the exam

The list below gives some suggested grammar for students to practise when preparing for ISE II.
This list is intended to be for guidance only and is not a list of grammar structures the candidate
must produce in the exam.

Language functions

◗◗ Initiating and maintaining the conversation

◗◗ Expressing and expanding ideas and opinions

◗◗ Highlighting advantages and disadvantages

◗◗ Speculating

◗◗ Giving advice

◗◗ Expressing agreement and disagreement

◗◗ Eliciting further information

◗◗ Establishing common ground

Grammar functions

◗◗ Second and third conditionals

◗◗ Simple passive

◗◗ Used to

◗◗ Relative clauses

◗◗ Modals and phrases used to give advice and make suggestions, eg should/ought to, could,
you’d better

◗◗ Modals and phrases used to express possibility and uncertainty, eg may, might, I’m not sure

◗◗ Discourse connectors, eg because of, due to

◗◗ Present perfect continuous tense

◗◗ Past perfect tense

◗◗ Reported speech

◗◗ Linking expressions, eg even though, in spite of, although

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