"Siempre autónoma. Por mi patria educaré."

 

 

 

UNIT

FUNCTIONS

VOCABULARY

STRUCTURES

First Parcial

1

Window on the world

  • Talking about routines and permanent situations in the present and past
  • Distinguishing between permanent and temporary situations
  • Exchanging personal information
  • Lexical set (introducing yourself)
  • Expressions with make
  • Adjectives describing the weather, people and cities/towns
  • Present Simple
  • Present Progressive
  • Stative verbs
  • Past Simple

2

How strange!

  • Talking about past experiences and events
  • Describing feelings
  • Referring to time
  • Narrating a story
  • Adjectives ending in   -ed and –ing
  • Adverbs and adverbial expressions
  • Expressions used in story telling
  • Past Progressive
  • Past Simple vs Past Progressive
  • Time clauses (when, while, as, as soon as)

3

Food for thought

  • Talking about food and eating habits
  • Asking and answering about quantities
  • Ordering food
  • Stating a problem
  • Conversational English
  • Adjectives describing food
  • Lexical set (international cuisine)
  • Quantifiers (some, any, much, many, a lot of, lots of (a) few, (a) little
  • Too
  • Enough

4

Mother nature

  • Making comparisons
  • Talking about animals
  • Talking about distance and measurements
  • Animals
  • Measurements
  • Geographical features
  • Comparative forms
  • Superlative forms

Second Partial

5

Take a break

  • Talking about experiences
  • Linking past and present time
  • Describing a vacation
  • Narrating past events
  • Means of transportation
  • Vacation activities
  • Adjectives describing a sport, a story, a vacation and a city/town
  • Present Perfect Simple
  • Present Perfect Simple vs Past Simple

6

Time on your hands

  • Asking for information politely
  • Asking about length of time
  • Phrasal verbs and other expressions
  • Collocations (verb + noun) related to hobbies
  • Indirect Questions
  • Present Perfect Simple (how long?, for, since)

7

Doctor, doctor

  • Asking for and giving advice
  • Talking about health problems
  • Expressing sympathy
  • Making suggestions
  • Reporting commands and requests
  • Making formal phone calls
  • Aliments
  • Accidents
  • Injuries
  • The verb should
  • Reported Speech (commands and requests)

8

Digital planet

  • Describing objects
  • Talking about appliances and devices
  • Expressing purpose
  • Agreeing and disagreeing
  • Words related to computers
  • Lexical set (communication)
  • Appliances and devices
  • Already, yet, still
  • Infinitive of purpose
  • It’s + adjective +infinitive
  • Conversational English
  • Phrasal verbs and other expressions
  • Lexical set (employment and qualifications)
  • So, neither, too, either
  • Relative pronouns
  • Defining relative clauses (who, which, that, where)

Third Parcial

9

Get the message

  • Giving information
  • Defining people and things
  • Talking about habitual actions in the past
  • Phrasal verbs and other expressions
  • Prepositional phrases with in
  • Lexical set (the internet)
  • Defining Relative Clauses
  • Relative pronouns (who, which, that)
  • The verb used to

10

Bon voyage!

  • Asking for, giving and refusing permission
  • Expressing obligation, prohibition, necessity
  • Asking for and giving travel information
  • Lexical set (traveling)
  • Phrasal verbs and other expressions
  • Can / can’t
  • Must / mustn’t
  • Have to / don’t have to
  • Need to / don’t need to

11

Down to earth

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

12

Urban life

  • Making comparisons
  • Describing a place
  • Expressing preference
  • Agreeing and disagreeing
  • Giving reasons
  • Word building (adjective suffixes)
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Lexical set (places in a city)
  • A vs the
  • As… as…
  • Conditional Type 1