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					CONTENIDOS INGLES PRUEBA FINAL POR NIVEL



CONTENIDO SÉPTIMOS

Unit 3. “Lifestyle “ ( less 1,2,3)
-Present simple ( aff, neg, int )
-Verbs
-Adverbs of frequency

 Unit 4: “Sightseeing “ (less 1,2,3)
-There is /are. There aren’t / isn’t any. Is/Are there ….?
- How many …?
-Present continuous: Affirmative, negative, questions and short answers.
- Parts of the body. (arm, ear, eye, face, finger, foot (feet), hair, hand,
   head, knee, leg, mouth, nose, thumb, toe, tooth (teeth).
-Search information about YORK, location, photos, etc.

Unit 5: “People and places” ( Less 1,2,3)
   - Present simple and present continuous.
   - Possessive ‘s
   - Jobs
   - Possessive pronouns
   - Question with: Whose … ?
Comparative adj : er - more



CONTENIDOS OCTAVOS

Unit 8 “Party time” Inspiration 1
lesson 3 ( It’s hot, isn’t it?) and 4 ( Invitations and thank-you letters.)
Unit 1 Inspiration 2
Lesson 3 What’s the producer’s job ?
        Possessive adjective and pronouns.
        Possessive ‘s and s’
        Present simple and continuous.




Unit 2 “ Festivals”

 Lesson 2     “We should stay together”
            - Should – shouldn’t ( giving advices)
            - Preposition of places ( over, under, in front of, behind,
             between, inside, outside, opposite, next to, near.
             ( talking about town facilities)

 Lesson 3     “I love going to festivals”
            Verb / Preposition + gerund ( Talking about likes and
            Dislikes, talking about abilities = be good/bad at,
            interested in, etc. )

Unit 3 “ Past times “

 Lesson 1 “The fire started At a baker’s”
         Past simple affirmative and negative.

 Lesson 2 “ Did you have fun?”
         Past simple questions and short answers.
         Adverbial phrases of time.

 Lesson 3 “ What was he doing?”
         Past continuous. ( describing what was happening)
         Why ? because ( asking for and giving reasons)




CONTENIDOS PRIMEROS

must and mustn´t

have to / has to / don´t have to / doesn´t have to

adjectives ending in –ed /-ing

Infinitive of Purpose

“So” as a linking word

Zero Conditional with If and When

Tag Question.

animal vocabulary

pronunciation
CONTENIDOS SEGUNDOS

-Reported Speech

  -Reported Speech for imperatives and requests

  -Reported Speech for wh-questions

  -Reported Speech for yes/no questions

-Should have/ought to have+past participle

-Second conditional: past simple+conditional

-Question tags



CONTENIDOS TERCEROS

Unit 6 “ On the Move”

         Lessons 1, 2 and 3.

         Reported speech with various verbs. (less 1)
         Reported questions. ( less. 2 )
         Get / have something done ( less 3 )
         It’s time + past simple. ( less 3 )

Unit 7   “Getting the message across”

         Lesson 1 “ Well done – keep it up “
         Passive voice.
         Lesson 2 “ She deserves to be awarded a prize”.
         Passive infinitive.
         Either…. or / both ….. and
         Lesson 3 “ They couldn’t ring up a doctor”
         Phrasal verbs.

Unit 8 “ Making the grade “
     Lesson 1 “He wasn’t able to get a job”
              Could(n’t), was(n’t) able to, managed to
              In order to    so that

     Lesson 2 “ She needn’t have worried”
              Modal expressions in the past and future.
       Lesson 3 “ Let your colours shine out bright”
                Make and let.
                Talking about obligation, permission and prohibition.


CONTENIDOS CUARTOS

Unit 5: Love

   -    Reported speech review

   -    Reporting verbs

   -    Vocabulary: appearance

   -    Vocabulary: personality



Unit 6: Anger

   -    Third conditional review

   -    I wish / if only for past situations

   -    Should have / shouldn’t have (done)

   -    Vocabulary: anger



Unit 7: Fear

   -    Defining and non-defining relative clauses

   -    Articles

   -    Vocabulary: adjectives with prefixes

   -    Vocabulary: phrasal verbs with “sit”



Unit 8: Happiness

   -    “Be used to doing something” vs. “used to do”

   -    Grammar of phrasal verbs
-   Vocabulary: expressions with “feel”

-   Vocabulary: expressions with prepositions

				
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