Week Unit Grammar Items Learning Focus Page
• Use adverbs of frequency in the simple
1-2 1 Simple present tense 4
Simple present tense
• Review the simple present tense and
3-4 2 vs Present continuous 6
the present continuous tense
• Use adjectives to describe people,
5-6 3 Adjectives 8
places and things
Comparisons (1): • Use comparative adjectives to
7-8 4 10
comparative adjectives compare two people or things
Comparisons (2): • Use superlative adjectives to compare
9-10 5 12
superlative adjectives three or more people or things
Comparisons (3): • Use the different forms of irregular
11 6 14
irregular adjectives adjectives
Reminder 1 Recap the grammar items of Units 1-6 15
12 Assessment 1 Review Units 1-6 16
• Use phrases of quantity to talk
13-14 7 Phrases of quantity about the quantity of countable or 20
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Week Unit Grammar Items Learning Focus Page
15-16 8 Question words • Use question words to ask questions 22
• Use the simple past tense to talk about
17-18 9 Simple past tense 24
Modals: can / can’t / • Use ‘can’, ‘can’t’, ‘could’ and ‘couldn’t’
19-20 10 26
could / couldn’t to talk about ability
• Use reflexive pronouns to talk about
21-22 11 Reflexive pronouns 28
how someone does something alone
• Use ‘too’ and ‘either’ to link similar
23 12 Adverbs: too / either 30
Connectives: and / or / • Use ‘and’, ‘or’, ‘but’ and ‘both’ to link
24 13 31
but / both ideas
Reminder 2 Recap the grammar items of Units 1-13 32
25 Assessment 2 Review Units 7-13 34
26 Final Assessment Review Units 1-13 38
The florist’s is larger than the toy shop but the toy shop is
more popular than the florist’s.
A. Write sentences using the correct comparatives.
1. a hamster a rabbit (small)
A hamster a rabbit.
2. an ox an elephant (big)
3. a dictionary a pillow (soft)
4. summer winter (warm)
5. a car a bus (heavy)
6. the book report the basketball match (exciting)
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Learning Focus • Use comparative adjectives to compare two people or things
B. Fill in the blanks with the opposite comparatives. Learning Aids
• Add ‘-er’ to an adjective
1. My dad is older than my uncle. to make comparisons.
• If the second last letter
My uncle is my dad. of an adjective is a short
vowel, repeat the last
2. Katie is more careful than Betty. letter once.
• If an adjective ends in ‘e’,
Betty is than Katie. just add ‘-r’ after it.
3. Learning Japanese is more difficult than learning Putonghua.
Learning Putonghua is learning Japanese.
4. Walking at night is more dangerous than walking in the daytime.
Walking in the daytime is walking at night.
C. Complete the sentences using the correct comparatives.
1 hard 2 thin 3 expensive
Mr. Li Mr. Ho
4 dirty 5 bright 6 comfortable
1. The doughnut the cake.
2. Mr. Li Mr. Ho.
3. The the .
Recap the grammar items of Units 1- 13
A. Simple present tense (Unit 1)
• We often use the adverbs of frequency with the simple present tense to
talk about habits.
She goes swimming.
B. Tenses (Unit 2 and Unit 9)
Simple present Present continuous
Simple past tense
every Monday now, at present, yesterday, last
Key hint (on Mondays), at this moment, Monday, one week
words adverbs of Look!, Listen! ago, in 2002
C. Comparisons (Units 3-6)
Adjectives Comparatives Superlatives
Most short adjectives young younger youngest
Adjectives ending in ‘-e’ large larger largest
Adjectives ending in a heavy heavier heaviest
consonant and ‘-y’
Adjectives ending in a thin thinner thinnest
vowel and a consonant
expensive more most
Most long adjectives
Irregular adjectives good better best
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Marks : /100
Testing Units • Review Units 1- 6 Time Allowed: 35 mins
A. Circle the correct answers. (14%)
1. I have a decaying tooth because I never / sometimes / always eat plenty
2. The buses are usually on time but sometimes / often / never they are late.
3. We seldom / often / never meet Jim near that cinema because he likes
4. A snake always / never / often walks on the ground.
5. The stars never / always / sometimes shine at night.
6. I am afraid of cockroaches. I often / sometimes / never dare to touch them.
7. Mandy does not like sports. She always / seldom / often watches sports
B. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the given adjectives. (16%)
1. I think the novel is (boring) than the film.
2. Which is (large), the sun, the moon or the earth?
3. I think Clear Water Bay is (good) place for sailing in
4. A road is (wide) than a lane.
5. The printing factory is (noisy) than the supermarket.
6. Maggie is (pretty) of all her sisters.
7. Patrick’s handwriting is (bad) in his class.
8. Mango pudding is (delicious) dessert in this cafe.
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• Simple present tense • Comparisons (1): comparatives
• Present continuous tense • Comparisons (2): superlatives
• Adjectives • Comparisons (3): irregular adjectives
C. Fill in the blanks with the correct adjectives. (16%)
careful famous friendly gentle
hard-working proud selfish wealthy
1. Washington, the first President of America, is a person.
2. Dick is a man. He has a large house and three cars.
3. My niece is a girl. She works very hard at school.
4. The villagers are to us. They give us food and drinks.
5. Please be not to break the glass, Susan.
6. The mother is with her baby.
7. Cindy is too . She never lets her friends touch her toys.
8. Donald is the best student in class. His father is of him.
D. Complete the passage using the simple present tense or the present
continuous tense. (18%)
Lily and Jane 1 (be) neighbours. They go to the same
school. Every morning, Lily 2 (wait) for Jane at the bus stop. They
3 (take) a bus to school. In the afternoon, they always
4 (do ) homework at Lily’s home. Jane usually 5
(teach) Lily English and Lily 6 (help) Jane in Mathematics.
It is a Friday afternoon, Lily and Jane 7 (do)
homework. Lily’s grandpa 8 (sleep) in his armchair. The little
cat 9 (play) with the dog. They are having a good time.