Ask about a tourist attraction Ask about hotel facilities Ask where someone is / is from Ask about past experiences and events Ask / talk about the weather Go through questions in a questionnaire / survey Describe a hotel room Describe how you feel Describe actions that are happening Describe routines Describe / report a burglary Describe pictures Excuse yourself / apologize Greet someone Thank someone Introduce yourself Ask a favour Spell a name Talk about likes and dislikes Talk about professions Talk about art, sports and free time Talk about / order food Talk about animals Talk about cooking Talk about the past, past experiences and events Talk about the future and future plans Talk about things we must / mustn’t do Talk about things we should / shouldn’t do Talk about things you have / haven’t done Talk about dreams Talk about your interests Give directions Give someone your location Express disappointment Keep in touch Shopping for clothes Say goodbye to a friend Take a phone message Read texts of various topics: people, hotels, tourist attractions, past events, future plans Read texts of various genres and formats: biographies, letters, postcards, reports, menus, ads, resumes (CVs), interviews, emails, blogs Write texts of various genres and formats: postcards, directions / instructions, reports, emails, notes, itineraries Fill in order forms
To Be Possessive Adjectives Like / Love + Noun Like / Love + Verb + ing A / An / Some / Any Have / Has There is / There are Present Simple Present Continuous Stative Verbs Was / were: positive and negative; yes / no questions There was / There were: positive and negative; yes / no questions; wh-questions Past simple: regular / irregular verbs; positive and negative; time expressions; yes / no questions and short answers; wh-questions Future Simple (will): positive and negative; yes / no questions and short answers; wh- questions Future (Be going to): positive and negative; questions Present continuous with future meaning Should: positive and negative; questions Must / mustn’t / can / should Object pronouns Present Perfect: positive (since / for); negative (already / yet / never); yes / no questions; wh-questions Comparatives I and II Superlatives I and II Adverbs and their comparison
Countries Mr. / Mrs. / Ms. Professions Hotels, facilities, services Tourist attractions Routines and habits Directions Body Illness and injury Rooms in an apartment Theft (and its investigation) Sports and competition Telephone language Places Dreams Clothes Traveling
Comparing vowels Simple Past Tense endings /t/ /d/ /Id/ Silent syllables/letters in words Stressed syllables and words (intonation) Elision of consonants Comparison between want and won’t Stressed words in sentences (intonation) Pronunciation of stressed words Pronunciation of questions (intonation) Was-were Main stress on words or phrases Stressed words in sentences Comparing /d / and /j/ Pronouncing both, either and neither.