"Siempre autónoma. Por mi patria educaré."

 

 

 

UNIT

FUNCTIONS

VOCABULARY

STRUCTURES

First Parcial

1

Stop to shop

  • Talking about habitual actions
  • Distinguishing between temporary and permanent situations
  • Making exclamations
  • Giving news
  • Lexical set (money)
  • Words easily confused
  • Word building (adjectives suffixes)
  • Present Simple
  • Present Progressive
  • Stative verbs
  • Present Perfect Simple
  • Present Perfect Progressive

2

That’s spooky

  • Narrating past events
  • Sequencing past actions and events
  • Reacting positively or negatively to what is being said
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Prepositional phrases including the word time
  • Collocations with make
  • Idioms
  • Past Simple
  • Past Progressive
  • Past Perfect Simple
  • Past Perfect Progressive

3

Learning zone

  • Talking about future plans
  • Making arrangements
  • Making predictions
  • Expressing obligation, prohibition and necessity
  • Expressing like and dislike
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Collocations (verb + noun)
  • Adjectives expressing like and dislike
  • Adjectives with prepositions
  • Future will
  • Future going to
  • Future progressive
  • Future Perfect
  • Must, have to, need

4

The place to be

  • Referring to place
  • Defining and giving additional information about people, things and places
  • Making polite requests and responding
  • Collocations with take
  • “strong” adjectives
  • Collocations (adjective + noun)
  • Defining and Non-defining Relative Clauses

Second Partial

5

What on earth

  • Talking about possibilities and future or imaginary situations
  • Referring to conditions
  • Giving information
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Prepositional phrases referring to place
  • Word building (noun suffixes)
  • Zero, First and Second Conditionals
  • Articles

6

Teen age

  • Expressing preferences
  • Expressing opinions
  • Making suggestions
  • Asking for and giving advice
  • Expressions with go
  • Verbs + prepositions
  • Had better
  • Would rather
  • Should + present and perfect infinitive

7

What a laugh!

  • Expressing possibility
  • Making deductions about present and past
  • Expressing contrast
  • Collocations with do
  • Word building
  • Similes with as…as
  • May, might, could, must, can’t, couldn’t + present and perfect infinitive
  • Clauses of concession

8

That’s life

  • Making and accepting apologies
  • British and American English
  • Compound nouns
  • Passive voice I
  • Present Participle
  • Participle clauses

Third Parcial

9

Job-hunting

  • Asking for clarification and clarifying
  • Collocations with get
  • Words easily confused
  • Word building (noun suffixes referring to people)
  • Infinitives and –ing forms
  • Passive Voice II

10

Showbiz

  • Reporting
  • Asking for information
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Reporting verbs
  • Reported speech (statements, questions, commands and requests)

11

Connecting people

  • Making wishes
  • Expressing cause and result
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Lexical sets (media)
  • Nouns with prepositions
  • Wishes and unreal past
  • Clauses of result

12

Travelers’ tales

  • Expressing regret
  • Complaining
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Words easily confused
  • Lexical sets (vacation)
  • Third conditional
  • Wishes in the past