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GRAMMAR

VOCABULARY & COMMUNICATION

Module 1

·         Present Simple (form, use, examples)

·         Present Continuous (form, use, examples)

·         adjective (what is, questions, examples/ categories)

·         there is / are

·         can / can't

·         have / has got

·         object pronouns

·         like +~ing

·         adverbs of frequency

·         facts about my class

·         my interests and activities

·         life in my country (coursework)

·         about Matt (p.11&p.18)

·         New York (p.13)

·         Antarctic (p.14)

·         teenagers' lifestyles (p.17)

·         postman's day (p.19)

·         my average day (p.19)

·         chores / everyday routines

·         making music - NCO (p.21)

·         Life in Britain (p.25)

·         link words

·         expressing an opinion

Module 2

·         Past Simple of to BE (form, use, examples)

·         Past Simple (regular verbs, irregular verbs, form, use, examples)

·         there was / were

·          Past time expressions

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·         jobs

·         holidays

·         past time expressions

·         Jane Goodall (p.31)

·         From North to South (p.35)

·         Matt's holiday (p.38)

·         The UK and the USA (p.43)

·         biographies (coursework)

Module 3

·         Present Continuous and Simple (difference)

·         there was / it was

·         Past Continuous (form, use, examples)

·         could / couldn't

·         Past Continuous and Simple (difference)

·         there / it / they

·         verbs + prepositions

·         in town (places, buildings, shops / what you can buy there)

·         directions / asking the way

·         A tortoise in town (p.51)

·         describing situations on photos (p.52)

·         telephone conversation (p.52)

·         describing people on a photo (e.g., p.54) or an imaginary person

·         The Eco-challenge Race (p.57)

·         places

·         your town/village now and in the past (p.58/59) – Life in the Past

·         At the tower of London (p.60)

·         Anne Boleyn (p.61)

·         A ghost story

·         what was possible/impossible in the past (p.62)

·         The first Americans (p.67)

·         A weekend in Manchester (coursework)

Module 4

·          ·         Comparatives (as...as, ~er/more...than)

·         Superlatives  (the  ~est/most....)

·         Irregular comparative and superlative form

·         Whose? Possessive pronouns, adjectives, 's (p.78,91)

·         How +adj.+is ti? (p.82,90) - dimensions

·         GOING TO future (form, use, examples)

Who is/who has/ whose (p.91)

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Module 5

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