"Siempre autónoma. Por mi patria educaré."

 

 

 

UNIT

FUNCTIONS

VOCABULARY

STRUCTURES

First Parcial

1

What’s your name?

  • Introducing oneself and others
  • Exchanging basic personal information (name, age, nationality, telephone number, address)
  • Asking about others
  • Spelling
  • Checking information
  • People
  • Relationships
  • Countries and nationalities
  • The verb be
  • Possessive adjectives
  • Who? / What? / How? / How old? / Where…from?

2

How’s work?

  • Talking about routines
  • Describing work
  • Telling the time
  • Asking for more information
  • Talking about daily schedules
  • Talking about permanent situations
  • Jobs and workplaces
  • Routines
  • Schedules
  • Days of the week
  • Telling the time
  • Present Simple (affirmative and Wh-questions)
  • Prepositions of time (at, on in, until, from…to…)
  • When? / What time?

3

Have a good time!

  • Expressing like and dislike
  • Stating a desire
  • Talking about free-time activities
  • Asking for and giving opinions
  • Expressing ability
  • Responding to what sb says
  • Entertainment
  • Free-time activities
  • Adverbs of frequency
  • Present Simple (negative questions)
  • How often?
  • The verb can
  • Want to, would like to
  • Like, love, hate, enjoy + -ing

4

Nearest and dearest

  • Talking about family members
  • Expressing possession
  • Asking about and describing people’s physical appearance
  • Identifying people
  • Family relationships
  • Physical appearance
  • Personal items
  • Family relationships
  • Physical appearance
  • Personal items

Second Partial

5

My home is my castle

  • Talking about current activities
  • Making suggestions
  • Giving reason
  • Talking about temporary activities
  • Distinguishing between permanent and temporary situations
  • Describing houses
  • Everyday activities
  • House / Rooms
  • Furniture
  • Present Progressive
  • Present Simple vs Present Progressive
  • Let’s/ How about?/ Why don’t we/you?
  • Why?/ Because

6

In the city

  • Referring to the location of places in a town
  • Asking for, giving and understanding directions
  • Reading a map
  • Describing places
  • Location and directions
  • Buildings and places in a city
  • Places in a building
  • Ordinals
  • There is / There are
  • Prepositions of place and movement
  • Object personal pronouns

7

Nice and tasty

  • Asking and answering about quantities
  • Ordering food
  • Giving and following instructions
  • Talking about food and eating habits
  • Food and drink
  • Quantities and containers
  • Cooking
  • Countable and uncountable nouns
  • Some / any / no
  • How much? / How many?
  • Much / many / a lot of / lots of / a few / a little

8

Ready to wear

  • Identifying and describing objects
  • Talking about clothes
  • Asking for and giving opinions
  • Talking about preference
  • Talking about prices
  • Buying and selling
  • Offering help
  • Thanking and accepting thanks
  • Clothes and accessories
  • Shopping and prices
  • Materials
  • Which?
  • This / these, that / those
  • One / ones
  • Too + adjective
  • Too vs very

Third Parcial

9

School days

  • Talking about school memories
  • Talking about activities in the recent past
  • Asking for more information
  • Talking about studies one has done
  • Education
  • School subjects
  • Fields of study
  • Years
  • Past Simple of regular and irregular verbs

10

Do your best

  • Talking about talents and abilities
  • Describing feelings
  • Expressing ability in the past
  • Expressing regret
  • Sports
  • Talents and abilities
  • Past Simple of be
  • Could
  • Adverbs of manner

11

Fiesta Time

  • Making plans
  • Talking about arrangements
  • Describing celebrations and festivals
  • Agreeing and disagreeing
  • Months
  • Seasons
  • Celebrations
  • Festivals
  • Wishes
  • Future going to
  • Present Progressive with future meaning
  • Compounds of some, any, no, every

12

Best friends

  • Making requests
  • Expressing obligation
  • Inviting
  • Accepting and refusing an invitation
  • Apologizing and accepting apologies
  • Asking for permission
  • Making informal phone calls
  • People (personality)
  • Friendship
  • Errands and favors
  • Leisure activities
  • Can, could, will, may, would for requests
  • The verb have to