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 a / an
·         a and some
·         a / an and the
about
above
active and passive *
across
adjectives
·         adjective and adverbs
·         quick / quickly
·         comparative (older / more expensive)
·         superlatives ( the oldest / the most expensive )
·         get + adjective ( get tired … )  
·         possessive adjectives (my / your / her … )
·         something / anybody etc. + adjective
·         adjectives + preposition (afraid of …)
adverbs
·         word order (always / usually / often ….)
advise (advise somebody to … )
afraid  (of )
after
ago
all
·         all and every
·         all (of )
·         word order
along
already
·         already + present perfect
·         word order
also (word order )
always
·         always + present simple
·         word order
am / is / are
·         am / is / are –ing (present continuous )
·         there is / there are
an  see a
and
angry (with / about )
another
any
·         any and some
·         not + any
·         any and no
·         any  ( of )


anybody / anyone / anything
anywhere
apostrophe  (I'm, it's )
apostrophe's ( my brother's car )  *
are see am/ is /are
around  *
arrive
articles (a /an/ the)
·         a / an
·         a / an and the
·         the
as (not as … as)
ask
·         ask somebody to …
·         ask somebody for…
at
·         at 8 clock / at night
·         at the bus stop / at work
·         at and to
·         at the age of …
auxiliary verbs
away
·         run away / throw away  (phrasal verbs)
back
·         come back / give back ( phrasal verbs) *
be (infinitive of am / is / are )
·         am / is / are 1-2
·         am / is / are + -ing (present continuous)
·         was / were
·         was / were + -ing  (past continuous)
·         have / has been ( present perfect )
·         passive *
·         will be
because
been
·         have / has been (present perfect )
·         been and gone
·         there has / have been
before
begin
behind
belong (to)



below
beside
best
better
between
bit ( a bit older / bigger )
born
both
word order
but
by
·         by after the passive ( I was bitten by a dog.)
·         by myself / by yourself etc.
·         by ( = beside )


can / can't
comparative ( older / more expensive )
conditional ( if … )
·         if I do …
·         if I did …
conjunctions
and / but / or / so / because / when / before / while / after / until / if

continue ( continue to … or continue –ing )
contractions ( short forms – I'm, it's, you've )   *
could / couldn't
countable and uncountable nouns
depend (on )
did
·         didn't in negative
·         did in questions
different (from )
direct speech and reported speech
do
·         don't / doesn't in negatives
·         do / does in questions
down
sit down / put down (phrasal verbs)   appendix 6-7
during


each other
either
·         either and too
·         either (of)
embedded questions ( Do you know what … ? etc. )
end ( at the end of )
enjoy
·         enjoy –ing
·         enjoy myself / yourself
enough
·         enough and too
ever
·         Have you ever … ?
·         superlative +ever
·         word order
every
everybody / everyone / everything / everywhere
expect

far
·         How far is it?
·         far à further
fast
fed up (with )
few / a few
finish ( finish –ing )
for
·         for ten minutes / for three years etc.
·         for and too …
·         go for a walk
·         for and during
from
front
full (of)
further
future
·         I'm working tomorrow (present continuous)
·         The concert starts at 7.30. (present simple )
·         (I'm) going to ( do something )
·         will
·         shall
·         further after when / before / while
·         further after if
geographical names with and without the
gerund    see –ing
get
get to ( a place )
get on / get up etc.    (phrasal verbs ) *
give
give something to somebody / give somebody something
give up / give back   (phrasal verbs )    *
go
·         go –ing ( go swimming )
·         go home / go to work / go to the cinema
·         go in /  go back etc.  (phrasal verbs)
going to ( I'm going to do something)
gone and been
good
·         good and well
·         good at
got
past of get
have / has got



had
·         past of have
·         had to
·         He said he had (done something )   *
happen ( to)
hard
has   see have
hate
have
·         have got / has got
·         have done / have been   (present perfect )
·         have to
·         there has /  have been
·         have breakfast / have a shower
her
hers
herself
him
himself
his
holiday (on holiday)
home
·         get home
how
·         How long have you …. ? present perfect )
·         how big? / how old ? how far?
·         How long does it takes ?
·         how much / how many?
I / you / he / she ( personal pronouns)
if we go / if you see
if and when
if I had / if we went
Do you know of ….?
in
·         in April / in summer
·         in a room / in hospital
·         in five minutes
·         in three years
·         in and to
·         put something in
·         go in / fill in  (phrasal verbs ) *
infinitive ( do / see / play )
·         infinitive ( do / see ) and to + infinitive ( to do / to see )
·         can will / should  + infinitive
·         verbs + to + infinitive ( I want to go )  
·         infinitive and –ing ( do / doing )
·         I went to the shop to buy … ( infinitive for purpose )
·         infinitive and for …
·         adjective + infinitive ( it’s easy to … )
·         something to eat / nowhere to go
-ing ( doing / playing / going )
·         am / is / are + ing ( present continuous )
·         was / were + -ing (past continuous)
·         -ing and infinitive ( do / doing )
·         verbs + -ing (enjoy –ing )
·         go –ing ( go swimming )
·         prepositions + -ing
interested (in )
into
irregular verbs  *
is see am / is / are
it
·         it is and there is
·         it's and its
its
just
·         just + present perfect
·         word order

kind ( kind to something / kind of / somebody )
know ( Do you know where … ? )
learn ( learn to … )
left ( on the left )
lend (lend something to somebody)
less
let
like ( what is it like ?)
like (verb )
·         would like
·         do you like ? and would you like ?
·         like to … or like –ing
listen (to )
little / a little
look
·         look + adjectives ( look tired )
·         look at / for / after
lot ( a lot of …)
love
make
·         make somebody do something
·         make and do
many
·         many and much
·         not as many as
·         too many
married
·         married to
·         get married
may
me / you / him   (personal pronouns)
middle ( in the middle of)
might
mind ( I don't mind –ing )
mine / yours / hers ( possessive pronouns)
model verbs ( will / can / might )
more
most
·         most (of )
·         the most expensive / the most difficult
much
·         much and many
·         much bigger / much more expensive
·         mot as much ( as )
·         too much

must
·         mustn't
·         must and should
·         must and have to
my / yours / his ( possessive adjectives )
myself / yourself (reflexive pronouns)
need
·         needn't
·         need to …
negatives
·         negative questions
·         no and none
·         not + any
neither
·         Neither am I / Neither do I
·         neither ( of )
never
·         never + present simple
·         never + present perfect
·         word order
next to
nice ( nice to somebody / nice of somebody )
no ( no money / no friends )
nobody / no-one / nothing
no-one and none
none
nor ( Not am I / Not do I )
nouns ( countable and uncountable )
nowhere
of
·         the roof of the building
·         the … of 
off
get off / turn off etc.  ( phrasal verbs )  *
offer ( to do something )
often
·         often + present simple
·         word order
on
·         on Monday / on 25 April
·         on the table / on the wall
·         on the left / right
·         on holiday / on television
·         go on (holiday / a trip )
·         get on / put on (phrasal verbs )       *
one / ones
opposite
or
ought to
our
ours
ourselves
out
·         out of
·         go out / put out  (phrasal verbs )   *
over
·         climb over / knock over (phrasal verbs )   *
pair ( a pair of …)
·         passive   * present simple (is done ) and past simple ( was done )
·         present continuous ( is being done ) and present perfect ( has been done )
·         will / can / must   be done    *
past (preposition )
·         past ( continuous )  (was / were + -ing )
·         past continuous ( I was doing ) and past simple ( I did )
·         past continuous passive    *
past participle ( cleaned / done / seen )
·         present perfect ( I have cleaned )
·         passive (the room was cleaned )  App. 1
·         regular ( cleaned ) and irregular ( seen )   *
past perfect
·         He said he had ( done something )
·         active and passive   *
past simple (did / cleaned / saw )
·         negative ( didn't … )
·         questions ( did …? )
·         was / were
·         regular ( cleaned ) and irregular verbs (saw )
·         past simple + ago
·         past simple ( I did )  and present perfect ( I have done )
·         past simple ( I did ) and past continuous ( I was doing )
·         past simple passive ( the room was cleaned )     app. 1.1
·         if + past simple ( if I had / if we went )
people
personal pronouns  ( I / me / you )


persuade ( persuade somebody to … )
phrasal verbs ( get up / put on )   Appned. 6-7
plural ( cup à cups / man à men )
police ( plural )
possessive adjectives ( my / your / his )
possessive pronouns ( mine /yours / his )
prefer
prepositions
·         at / on / in ( time )
·         for / since
·         until
·         before / after / during / while
·         in / at / on ( places )
·         to / in / at ( places )
·         on
·         at
·         under / behind / opposite ( position )
·         up / over / through (movement )
·         by
·         with / without
·         about
·         prepositions + -ing  ( in –ing / without –ing etc. )
·         adjective + prepositions ( afraid of )
·         verb + preposition ( listen to / wait for )
·         prepositions at the end ( Who is she talking to ? )
·         prepositions in relatives clauses ( the man she is talking to )
present continuous ( am / is / are + -ing )
·         negative ( I'm not –ing)
·         questions ( are you –ing?)
·         present continuous ( I am doing ) and present simple ( I do )
·         present continuous passive *
·         present continuous for the future ( What are you doing tomorrow? )
present perfect ( I have done )
·         present perfect + just
·         present perfect + already
·         present perfect + yet
·         Have you ever ….?
·         gone and been
·         How long have you …. ?
·         present perfect + for / since
·         present perfect continuous ( I have been –ing )
·         present perfect ( I have done ) and past simple ( I did )
·         present perfect passive   *
·         regular and irregular verbs                      *
present simple ( I work / she works )
·         negative (don't / doesn't )
·         questions ( do / does  … ? )
·         present simple+ always / usually / never
·         present simple ( I do ) and present continuous ( I am doing )
·         present simple passive ( the room  is cleaned )      *
·         present simple for the future ( The concert starts at 7.30.)
·         present simple after when / while
·         present simple after if
promise ( promise to … )
pronouns
·         personal pronouns ( I /me / you etc.)
·         possessive pronouns ( mine / yours )
·         reflexive pronouns ( myself /yourself)
·         one / ones
·         relative pronouns ( who / which / that )
put
·         put something in …
·         put on / put out ( phrasal verbs )  *
questions
·         am /is / are …?
·         do / does …? (present simple)
·         did …? (past simple )
·         why don't …? why isn't …?
·         who saw you ? Who did you see?
·         preposition at the end ( Who is the talking to ? )
·         What / Which / How …?
·         How long does it take ?
·         Do you know where …? (embedded questions )
·         reply questions ( How you? Are you? )
·         questions tags ( .. do you? / .. isn't it ? )

reflexive pronouns ( myself / yourself )
regular and irregular verbs 11,   App. 2-3
relative clauses
relative pronouns ( who / which / that )
replay questions ( Have you? Are you? )
reported speech
·         He said that … / He told me that…
·         He told me to ….
right ( on the right)
round
·         turn round / show round ( phrasal verbs ) *
's ( apostrophe 's ) App. 4.5
same
say / said
·         He said that … ( reported speech)
·         say and tell
shall
short forms (I'm / it's / you've )    Appendix 4
should
simple past see past simple
simple present see present simple
since
singular and plural ( flower à flowers )
so
·         so am I / so do I etc.
·         I was tired, so I went to bed
some
·         some and a/an
·         some and any
·         some ( of )
somebody / someone / something / somewhere
sometimes
·         sometimes + present simple
·         word order
sorry (sorry about and sorry for )
speak ( to )
spelling            Appendix 5
start ( start to … and start –ing )
still
·         word order
stop ( stop –ing )
suggest ( suggest –ing)
superlative ( the biggest / the most expensive etc.)
tags ( question tags )
take ( How long does it take?)


talk ( to )
tell / told
·         He told me that …
·         tell and say
·         can you tell me where …?
·         How told me to …
tenses
active and passive                *
·         present continuous  ( I am doing)
·         present simple   ( I do )
·         past simple  ( I did )
·         past continuous ( I was doing )
·         present perfect ( I have done)
·         be / have / do in present and past tense
than
that
·         He said that … (reported speech )
·         that and this
·         a thing that … ( relative clause )
the
·         the and a/an
·         the same
·         the sun
·         the cinema / the theatre / the bank
·         flowers / the flowers
·         the in names of places
·         the biggest /  the most expensive
their
theirs
them
themselves
there
·         there is / are
·         there was / were
·         there has / have been
·         three will be
·         there is and it is
these
think( think about / think of )
this
those
through
till
to
·         time
·         places
·         go to 
·         get to  

to + infinitive ( to go / to be )   see the infinitive
too
too and either
turn ( turn round / turn on )
·         ( phrasal verbs )                     *
uncountable nouns
·         ( salt / water / music )
under
until
up
·         get up / pick up ( phrasal verbs)   *
us
used ( I used to … )
usually
·         usually + present simple
·         word order

verbs
·         present tenses
·         past tense
·         present perfect
·         passive ,         Appendix 1
·         regular and irregular verbs *
·         future
·         model verbs ( will / can / should )
·         negatives
·         questions
·         reported speech
·         verbs + -ing
·         verbs + to … ( infinitive )
·         verbs + preposition ( look at / speak to )
·         phrasal verbs ( get up / put on )    *
wait ( for )
want
·         want to …
·         want somebody to ….
was / were
·         was / were + -ing (past continuous)
·         was / were done (passive)
·         there was / were
·         if I was / were …
well
were see was
what
·         what … ? and who …?
·         What … like?
·         What …?
·         What …? and Which … ?
when
·         when and if
whether
which
·         Which ….?
·         Which … ? and What …?
·         Which one / ones?
·         a thing which … (relative clauses)
while
who
·         who …?
·         a person who … ( relative clauses )
·          
whose (whose is this?)
will
·         will and shall
·         won’t
·         there will be
with / without
·         with / without + -ing
won't ( =will not)
word order
·         questions
·         present continuous questions
·         present simple questions
·         past simple questions
·         passive
·         Do you know where …? (embedded questions )
·         verb + object
·         place and time
·         always / usually / often
·         after give / lend /send
worse
worst
would
·         I'd like / would you like?
·         would like  / love
·         He would buy a car if he had the money
write (to)
yet + present perfect
you
your
yours
yourself / yourselves

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