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Grammar p. 118 ID Café p. 138 Writing p. 148 Pronunciation p. 154 Audio Script p. 156

Question Syllabus Vocabulary Grammar Speaking & Skills

1 1.1
➤ Are you British? ➤ Countries & nationalities ➤ Verb be – present

➤ Subject pronouns

➤ Introduce yourself & greetings
➤ Ask & answer about nationalities

1.2

➤ Are you an excellent actor? ➤ Adjectives (opinion)
➤ The alphabet
➤ Numbers 11–100

➤ A / an
➤ Position of adjectives

➤ Give opinions

1.3
➤ How do you spell your surname? ➤ Common objects

(singular & plural)
➤ Verb be – Wh- questions
➤ Demonstrative pronouns

➤ Spell your name
➤ Ask for & give personal information

1.4
➤ Are these your glasses? ➤ Colours

➤ Adjectives (opposites)

➤ Possessive adjectives ➤ Talk about possessions
➤ Describe an object

1.5
➤ What’s your full name? ➤ Complete a form

➤ How are you? ➤ Greetings ➤ Meet people & social interaction

2 2.1
➤ When do you get up? ➤ Go (to) + places in town

➤ Days of the week

➤ At / on (time) ➤ Describe routine
➤ Tell the time

2.2
➤ What do you do in the mornings? ➤ Morning routine

➤ Time phrases

➤ Present simple ➤ Talk about morning routine
➤ Sleep habits

2.3
➤ Do you use your mobile phone a lot? ➤ Family members

➤ Mobile phone uses

➤ Talk about how people use mobile
phones

2.4 ➤ Who do you live with? ➤ Who, Where, What ➤ Present simple ➤ Talk about family members

2.5
➤ How old are you? ➤ How old…? How often…? ➤ Frequency adverbs ➤ Process personal information

➤ How do you celebrate your birthday? ➤ Birthday activities ➤ Expressions for celebrating

Review 1 p. 26

3
3.1 ➤ What’s the weather like? ➤ Weather & temperature ➤ It’s raining vs It’s rainy ➤ Talk about the weather

3.2
➤ Are you busy at the moment? ➤ Months & seasons

➤ Daily actions

➤ Present continuous


➤ Talk about seasons & months
➤ Describe what’s happening

3.3
➤ What are you doing? ➤ Everyday activities

➤ Jobs

➤ Present simple vs
present continuous

➤ Ask & answer about jobs
➤ Contrast what people are doing to
what they usually do

3.4
➤ What are you doing tomorrow night? ➤ Weather

➤ Future time phrases

➤ Present continuous for
future

➤ Talk about future arrangements

3.5

➤ Why are you learning English? ➤ Need / want / have got to ➤ Obligation
➤ Prepositions to, for

➤ Analyse your English

➤ Are you thirsty? ➤ Adjectives (feelings) ➤ Informal English ➤ Make offers

4
4.1 ➤ Do you like tennis? ➤ Sport ➤ Talk about sport / the Olympics

4.2 ➤ Can you drive a tractor? ➤ Abilities ➤ Can / short answers ➤ Talk about abilities

4.3
➤ What are you wearing? ➤ Clothes & accessories ➤ Can ➤ Talk about other people’s abilities

➤ Describe what people are wearing

4.4
➤ Is your wardrobe organised? ➤ More clothes & accessories ➤ Possessive pronouns ➤ Talk about how people organise /

share their wardrobes

4.5
➤ Do you like beauty salons? ➤ Spa facilities ➤ Read for details

➤ What shoe size are you? ➤ Clothes sizes ➤ Punctuation ➤ Shop for clothes

Review 2 p. 48

5 5.1
➤ Is there a shopping centre on your
street?

➤ Public places ➤ There + be (present) ➤ Talk about public facilities

5.2
➤ Do you like watching TV? ➤ Free time activities

➤ Adjectives (describing places)

➤ Love / like / not mind / hate
+ verb + -ing

➤ Too / either vs also

➤ Describe a neighbourhood / town
➤ Talk about free time activities

5.3
➤ What do you like doing on holiday? ➤ Housework

➤ Holiday / free time activities

➤ Say what you like doing
➤ Compare free time activities

5.4
➤ Have you got a cat? ➤ Types of holiday

➤ Instructions

➤ Imperatives
➤ Object pronouns

➤ Leave a message for a house-sitter
➤ Express preferences about holidays

5.5
➤ What’s a staycation? ➤ Word formation ➤ Understand instructions

➤ Do you live near here? ➤ Ask for / give directions

Review 3 p. 60

Language Map – SB

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Language Map – WB

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Question Syllabus Vocabulary Grammar Speaking / Skill

1.1
➤ Are you British? ➤ Numbers 1-10

➤ Countries & nationalities

➤ Verb be (present) ➤ Introduce yourself

1.2 ➤ Are you an excellent actor? ➤ Adjectives (opinion) ➤ Give opinions

1.3
➤ How do you spell your surname? ➤ Common objects

(singular & plural)
➤ Demonstrative
pronouns

1.4 ➤ Are these your glasses? ➤ Adjectives & colours ➤ Possessive adjectives

1.5
➤ What’s your full name? ➤ Greetings ➤ Give personal

information

2.1

➤ When do you get up? ➤ Days of the week
➤ Time
➤ Go to (a / the / )

➤ Talk about routine

2.2
➤ What do you do in the mornings? ➤ Morning routine ➤ Present simple ➤ Describe your morning

routine

2.3
➤ Do you use your mobile phone a lot? ➤ Family

➤ Mobile phone uses

➤ ’s uses

2.4
➤ Who do you live with? ➤ Present simple ➤ Answer personal

information questions

2.5
➤ How old are you? ➤ Special occasions ➤ Frequency adverbs ➤ Process personal

information

3.1
➤ What’s the weather like? ➤ Weather & temperature ➤ It’s raining vs

It’s rainy
➤ Talk about the weather

3.2 ➤ Are you busy at the moment? ➤ Phone phrases ➤ Present continuous

3.3
➤ What are you doing? ➤ Daily actions ➤ Present simple vs

present continuous

3.4
➤ What are you doing tomorrow night? ➤ Present continuous for

future

3.5 ➤ Why are you learning English? ➤ Adjectives (feelings) ➤ Prepositions to, for

4.1 ➤ Do you like tennis? ➤ Sport ➤ Talk about sport

4.2 ➤ Can you drive a tractor? ➤ Abilities ➤ Can ➤ Talk about abilities

4.3 ➤ What are you wearing? ➤ Clothes & accessories ➤ Can ➤ Talk about clothes

4.4
➤ Is your wardrobe organised? ➤ Possessive pronouns,

’s & Whose

4.5 ➤ What shoe size are you? ➤ Shopping

5.1
➤ Is there a shopping centre on your
street?

➤ Public places ➤ There + be (present) ➤ Describe a town

5.2
➤ Do you like watching TV? ➤ Housework

➤ Free time activities

➤ Like / love / hate + -ing ➤ Talk about likes &
dislikes

5.3 ➤ What do you like doing on holiday? ➤ Holiday activities

5.4 ➤ Do you have a cat? ➤ Instructions ➤ Imperatives

5.5 ➤ What’s a staycation? ➤ Adjectives ➤ Give directions

Audio Script p. 54 Answer Key p. 60 Phrase Bank p. 64 Word List p. 70

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4 to 8 players. Divide into 2 teams.

From the start, teams go in
opposite directions.

Toss a coin.

Heads
move 1 square.

Talk about the topic, answer the
question or do the activity on the
square. Maximum 30 seconds per
person. Take turns starting to talk
each time.

The winning team is the first to
complete the full circuit.

Play ThirTy SecondS.

mid-Term review

Spare time activities

The
weather

Morning

routine

Ab
ilit

ies

+ /


Your

town

A celebri
ty

you like /


don’t like

How often do
you go to the
supermarket?

Next

weekend

Hi, I’m…
Nice to meet you.

I really like / hate…
I think…

In my opinion,…
Really? I think…

What about you?

Tails
move 2 squares.

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How often do you…?
Where do you…?

Do you like…?
OK, let’s finish.

Whose turn is it?
It’s your turn.
You go first.

Introd
uce

yours
elf

Name
/ Age

/

Nation
ality

Winner's PrizeEach winner talks to the class for 30
seconds. The topic? Yourself!

Spell y
our

full na
me

House
work
+ / – Holiday activities

Why are you
learning
English?

Sport

Describe

a friend’s

routine

Favourite
season

Your
family

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Clothes

Unit 4
What’s he wearing?
He’s wearing black shorts and an old T-shirt.
Whose jumper is this? Is it yours?
No, it’s not mine.
People say she has fifty pairs of jeans.

Shopping

Unit 4
Can I help you?
Can I see those boots?
What colour?
We have them in black or brown.
Black, please.
What size?
Can I try them on?
The changing rooms are over there.
How much is it / are they?
Here’s my credit card.
Please, enter your PIN number.
Here you are. / There you go.

Sports

Unit 4
I don’t play cricket.
I go surfing every weekend.
It’s golf. To play and to watch.
Our country is good at judo.

Directions

Unit 5
Are there any banks near here?
Do you know where the shopping centre is?
Yes, go straight ahead on and turn right / left at the
traffic lights.
Is there a shopping centre around here?
Yes, it’s on Market Street.
Where’s the shopping centre?

Instructions

Don’t forget to close the windows.
Please, feed my cat and my dog.
Remember to water the plants.
There aren’t any worries here.

Other useful expressions
Unit 1
Are those your keys?
Can you say that again, please?
Don’t worry about it.
Excuse me.
Happy birthday!
I don’t understand.
I’m online with my boyfriend.
Is that palace in Spain?
Is that your bag?
Oh, sorry. / I’m sorry.
We have a big problem.
Please, come with me.
Sure…
What are these in English?
They’re apples.
This is my friend, Lucas.
What’s the opposite of light?
Yes, it is. / No, it isn’t. It’s in Mexico.
Yes, they are. / No, they aren’t.
You’re welcome.

Unit 2
Do you use your mobile phone as a satnav?
What day is it today?
What do you usually do at Christmas?

Unit 3
Who’s that?
What does she do?
She’s a singer?
Me too.

Unit 4
I love to go to beauty salons.
My wardrobe is small but clean and organised.

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Word List

Unit 1
Countries
Argentina
Canada
China
Japan
Peru
Spain
The UK
The USA

Nationalities
American
Argentinian
British
Canadian
Chinese
Japanese
Peruvian
Spanish

Opinion adjectives
cool
excellent
fantastic
great
horrible
intelligent
interesting
OK
rich
ridiculous
terrible

Numbers 1-1000
1 one
2 two
3 three
4 four
5 five
6 six
7 seven
8 eight
9 nine
10 ten
11 eleven
12 twelve
13 thirteen
14 fourteen
15 fifteen
16 sixteen
17 seventeen
18 eighteen
19 nineteen
20 twenty
21 twenty-one
22 twenty-two
23 twenty-three
30 thirty
31 thirty-one
32 thirty-two
40 forty
41 forty-one
50 fifty
60 sixty
70 seventy
80 eighty
90 ninety
100 one hundred
101 one hundred and one
111 one hundred and eleven
121 one hundred and twenty-one
201 two hundred and one

211 two hundred and eleven
221 two hundred and twenty-one
1000 one thousand

Everyday objects
a bag
earrings
glasses
keys
a laptop
a lipstick
a pen
a phone
a sandwich
an umbrella
a wallet

Colors
blue
black
brown
green
orange
pink
purple
red
yellow

Adjectives
bad
big
good
heavy
light
new
old
pretty
small
ugly

Unit 2
Places
café
church
gym
home
party
school
supermarket
work

Days of the week
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
Sunday

Family members
aunt
brother
child(ren)
couple
cousin(s)
daughter
father
grandfather
grandmother
grandparent(s)
husband
mother
nephew

niece
parent(s)
sibling(s)
sister
son
twin(s)
uncle
wife

Frequency adverbs
always
usually
often
sometimes
occasionally
never

Holidays
Carnival
Christmas
Easter
New Year

Unit 3
Weather words

Nouns
cloud
fog
rain
snow
sun
wind

Adjectives
cloudy
foggy
rainy
snowy
sunny
windy

Temperature
cold
cool
hot
warm

Months
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

Seasons
Autumn
Spring
Summer
Winter

Unit 4
Sports
baseball
basketball

cycling (bike riding)
football
cricket
golf
martial arts
rugby
running
skateboarding
skiing
soccer
surfing
swimming
tennis
volleyball

Professions
childminder
journalist
secretary
teacher

Clothes items
belt
blouse
boots
coat
dress
jumper
sandals
shirt
shorts
skirt
socks
suit
tie
trainers
trousers
t-shirt

Unit 5
Places around town
bar
bookshop
cinema
club
hotel
library
museum
park
racetrack
restaurant
river
shopping centre
stadium
swimming pool
theatre

Holiday activities
camping
kayaking
sightseeing
snorkelling
sunbathing

Adjectives
boring
cheap
dangerous
expensive
fun
safe
tidy
untidy

This is a reference list. To check pronunciation of any individual words, you can use a talking dictionary.

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