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Unit Structures 1 Wh questions for personal information Revision and use of have got and verb to be Present simple

ple for decribing habits and routines Present continuous tense with negative, and interrogative: Im doing a science experiment. Present simple tense, with negative and interrogative: When you boil water, it turns into steam Should for advice: I think we should tell Mum and Dad. Past simple tense, with negatives, questions and short answers Relative clauses with who, which and where Using Whats it... to ask about the nature and purpose of an object Revise and extend materials vocabulary Revision A 4 There is/are + noun + ing Past continuous tense, with questions and short answers Past continuous combined with past simple to tell a story: The lorry was taking the lion to the zoo... Pronouncing vowels correctly Use of will with offers and requests: Ill open it for you. Will you make me a cup of tea? Answering the question, Do you think youll E.g., I think so / I dont think so. Revise will and the future Future tense of be able to: Well be able to drive electric cars to work. The use of may Parts of speech Different uses of the present perfect: The woman has collected the eggs. Hes been a farmer for three years. Contrasting the present perfect with the past simple: Have you ever been to a farm? Yes, I have. The last time I went to a farm was about two months ago. Revision of questions with question words and tag questions: You havent seen my book, have you? Some irregular past simples / past participles Revision B

Functions Introducing and describing oneself and others Giving opinions and describing routines Describing actions that are happening now Describing simple scientic processes Making scientic statements

New vocabulary cool (v), dry (v), manager, no one, rise, turn into

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air, cloud, condensation, condense, drop (n), evaporation, evaporate, steam, vapour

Describing past actions Describing and identifying objects and people

blade, end (n), hammer, handle, kind (adj), lend/lent, mend, nail, needle, pliers roof, saw (n), scissors, sew, tool, wooden

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Describing what is/was happening in a picture Expressing deductions Expressing emotions

America, cartoon, dream (n), escape (v), feel, ight attendant, illness, photographer, terried, worried

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Expressing offers and requests with will Predicting and expressing opinions about the future Talking about computers

accurately, electric, everywhere, exible, follow, modern, offer (v), part of speech, pilot, probably, program (computer), quantity, store (v)

Describing what has happened over a period of time Describing what has just happened Talking about farms, and animal and plant products

age, centimetre, collect, compare, cotton, crop, excited, our, golden, gram, greedy, harvest, height, keep, lay (an egg), light (adj, opposite of heavy), measure, metre, plough, sugar cane, tractor, weigh, weight, wheat, wool

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Unit Structures 7 Tenses of main verbs following when, after, before, as soon as: As soon as we get to the Pyramids, were going to take some photos. Use of so, either and neither: Were going to go horse-riding and so is Ahmed. Past passive: The stone was cut into small pieces and transported on boats. Punctuating with commas Adjectives followed by prepositions + ing: good at, bad at, interested in, keen on Use of would like/prefer + to + verb Use of like/enjoy, dont mind, etc + verb + ing Degrees of liking: Dont mind, really like, quite like, dont like Abbreviations: etc., Ms, Dr New vocabulary for parts of the body Use of sense verbs: feel, sound, taste Consolidation of passive forms in present and past Complex instructions: It is made by touching the top of the rst nger of the left hand with the rst nger of the right hand. Linking words: although, as soon as, or Revision C Present perfect continuous, with questions and short answers: Hes been learning it for three years. Use of how long: How long has he been learning (English)? Use of adverbs Use of for and since Use of always and never to give instructions: Always turn off the taps in the bath. First conditional with might or will: If you leave children alone in the kitchen, they might/will have accidents. Use of present perfect continuous Use of less, more, fewer with countable and uncountable nouns Use of had better and should to give advice Vocabulary related to health and tness Revision D

Functions Describing the order of events Reporting an event Describing processes

New vocabulary as soon as, bury, ceremony, entrance, journey, large, pull, ramp, reserve (v), slave, Sphinx, stone, tomb, transport

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Describing a website for pen friends Describing what people are interested in Describing what people like doing and what kind of person they are Different ways of getting in touch Talking about the senses Talking about sign language

abbreviation, contact, etc., free, hard-working, IT, laboratory, look forward to, mathematics, Ms, pen friend, polite, prefer, quite, really, Roman although, bad, communicate, feel, nger, French, hard, health, horrible, message, palm (hand), rough, sense, sign (language), smooth, thumb, tongue

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Actions in a recent period Describing what people have been doing over a recent period Describing how long people have been doing these things Reading and writing letters Giving advice and instructions Expressing conditions and possible consequences

chess, China, France, free time, geography, piano, practise, pump up, studio, test (v), tyre

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alone, burn, cooker, re (v), gas, lifeboat, ocean, Pacic Ocean, sink/sunk, spill, storm, terrible, wave (n)

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Describing an activity from the past to the calories, change (v), continuous, diet, energy, a few, fewer, tness, get t, less, a present Issues connected with health, tness and diet little, put on weight, recently, trainer

Unit Structures 13 Revise second conditional to express an unlikley scenario: What would you do if you had a lot of money? Id buy a car. Using the second conditional for advice: If I were you, Id go to the dentist. Prepositions: If I were you, I would stay where you are. Vocabulary for expressing feeling Promouns Present continuous for future plans: What are they doing next Saturday? Theyre ying to Paris. Different tenses of have to: Well have to stop for petrol. He had to take a torch. Past simple with use to: When he was young, he used to play football...What did he use to do? He didnt use to cry a lot. Use of during Use too and either with verbs: e.g. I used to sing songs in class, too. I didnt get dirty, either. Comparison of regular/irregular plural spellings Revision E 16 Revise use to, have to and conditionals Non-specic pronouns: someone, everyone, anyone, etc. Possessive pronouns: my, hers, theirs, etc. Use of whose and s Apostrophes Comparative and superlative: The least exciting sport Use of by to answer questions with how: How do you win at football? By scoring the most goals.

Functions Describing what you would do if something happened Giving strong advice Describing peoples feelings

New vocabulary bite/bit, dark, dive, fail, follow, huge, killer whale, parents, pronoun, submarine, towards

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Expressing obligation: now, in the near future and in the past Describing denite plans for the future Describing and comparing what used to happen in the past with what is happening now Agreeing with someone Describing jobs

diving suit, French (language), frighten, pack (v), save (a life), sightsee, smart, spend, still (adj), torch behave, bus stop, during, earn, equipment, get dirty, great-grandfather, impossible, on the other hand

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Talking about possession Expressing unspecied persons, places and things Punctuating sentences Making comparisons Expressing preferences Talking about sport Using percentages Reporting survey results Describing what is being done now Describing what has been done over a recent period News events and news reports

anyone, anything, anywhere, apostrophe, calcuation, calculator, everything, hers, mathematical, mathematician, mine, nothing, nowhere, ours, somewhere, theirs, whose, yours against, athletics, channel [TV], judo, long jump, motor racing, navigation, over, parachuting, percent, point, popular, rally driving, satellite, weight lifting

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Present continuous passive: The computer is being repaired. Present perfect passive: The car has been washed. Future passive: The chairs will be taken away. Making nouns from verbs Vocabulary for rooms and cleaning

carpet, charity, curtain, damage, deliver, delivery, discover, discovery, earthquake, equip, government, minister, navigate, repair, replacement, tunnel, water heater

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Unit Structures 19 Use of so and neither for giving advice Passive innitive with should: New students should be shown around the school. Revision of too much and too many Revision of If I were you Vocabulary for health and food Revision of instructions/directions Verbs of motion: down, along Prepositions with places: as far as, until, towards, after Introduce able to for ability in the present form: Sorry I wont be able to play. Different spellings of vowel sounds Questions without a subject: Who saw Ahmed? Who did Ahmed see? Comparison of adverbs: The bird lived more comfortably than before. Forming adverbs from adjectives Revision G 22 Qualifying adverbs: quite tall, very tall, extremely tall Order of adjectives: Hes a tall, slim, brown-haired, Egyptian man. Questions with how and what Reported speech in the present and future using said, ask, tell, invite: Ahmed told Salma to click on the icon. Using want to with other verebs Multi-part verbs: keep in touch Reporting Wh questions: Dr Paul asked Yasser where he was going. Reporting yes/no questions: Professor Abkari asked Dalia if she wanted to sit by the window Pronouns Revision H

Functions Different ways of giving advice Describing excess or insufciency Describing various ways to look after ourselves and others Talking about health and nutrition

New vocabulary aubergine, bone, digest, bre, harm (v), hearing, heart, purple, share, vitamin,

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Giving directions Describing locations and where people live Asking how to get to places

as far as, brain, bridge, details, direction, past, preposition, railway, restaurant, side street, thinker, turning

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Adding descriptive detail Telling stories Talking about oneself Saying how things are done Describing objects Describing peoples appearance and character Reporting statements Reporting instructions and requests Using the internet

beginning, cage, forest, immediately, nightingale, peaceful, servant, wind/wound

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agree, character, cheerful, energetic, extremely, fair (complexion), oval, rectangular, round, triangular, well-built arrow, click, rst-aid box, get ready, icon, keep in touch with, rescue, seat belt, signal, take care of, track, turn over expect, guest, promise, refer to, SOS

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Telling stories Reporting speech

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