"Siempre autónoma. Por mi patria educaré."

 

 

 

UNIT

FUNCTIONS

VOCABULARY

STRUCTURES

First Parcial

1

At leisure

  • talking about habitual actions
  • distinguishing between temporary and permanent situations
  • expressing interest and surprise
  • phrasal verbs
  • words easily confused
  • lexical sets (sports)
  • collocations (verb + noun)
  • Present Simple
  • Present Progressive
  • Stative verbs
  • Adverbs of frequency

2

Go for it!

  • Narrating past events
  • Expressing opinions
  • Showing feelings
  • Referring to time
  • adjectives describing situations and feelings
  • adjectives ending in –ed and –ing
  • word building (adjective suffixes)
  • Past Simple
  • Past Progressive
  • Prepositions of time

3

What are you like?

  • Describing personality
  • Comparing
  • Expressing agreement and disagreement
  • Giving news and responding to it
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Adjectives describing personality
  • Words easily confused
  • Word building (adverbs, negative prefixes and suffixes)
  • Present Perfect Simple
  • Present Perfect Progressive
  • Comparisons

4

What the future holds

  • Talking about future plans
  • Making predictions
  • Discussing life in the future
  • Word building (nouns deriving from verbs)
  • Phrasal verbs
  • Collocations (adjective + noun)
  • Future will
  • Future going to
  • Future Perfect
  • Time Clauses

Second Partial

5

Cash in hand

  • Exchanging currency
  • Talking about shopping habits
  • Expressing like / dislike and justifying
  • Collocations (Money)
  • Phrasal verbs and other expressions
  • Lexical set (verbs related to money)
  • Infinitives
  • -ing forms

6

Oldies but goodies

  • Discussing facts
  • Talking about movies
  • Phrasal verbs and other expressions
  • Collocations (verb + noun)
  • Lexical set (movies)
  • Passive Voice (Present Simple – Past Simple)

7

A good sport

  • Describing actions and situations and their consequences
  • Referring to conditions and their results
  • Expressing possibility
  • Conversational English
  • Words easily confused
  • Linking words and phrases
  • Conditional Sentences Type 1
  • If vs when
  • May, might, could

8

Working your way

  • Comparing lifestyles
  • Talking about work and studies
  • Agreeing and disagreeing
  • Finding things in common
  • 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

Health matters

  • Asking for confirmation
  • Expressing surprise
  • Visiting the doctor
  • Asking for and giving advice
  • Stating a problem
  • phrasal verbs
  • verbs with prepositions
  • adjectives and expressions describing negative feelings
  • Negative questions
  • Question tags
  • Reflexive pronouns

10

In person

  • Talking about imaginary situations
  • Making wishes
  • Talking about people’s character and personality
  • Conversational English
  • Expressions
  • Adjectives describing personality
  • Conditional Sentences Type 2
  • Wishes and unreal past

11

Watch out!

  • Expressing interest and surprise
  • Making exclamations
  • Expressing result
  • Sequencing past actions and events
  • Conversational English
  • Words easily confused
  • Lexical set (words related to fire)
  • Exclamatory sentences
  • Clauses of result
  • Past Perfect Simple

12

On vacation

  • Reporting
  • Making a reservation
  • Talking on the phone
  • Exchanging information
  • Collocations
  • Word building
  • Lexical set (words related to vacation)
  • Reported Speech (statements, questions, commands, requests)