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grammar and structures list

See vocabulary lists for a comprehensive list of words in each category

  • Nouns
  • Singular and plural, including irregular plural forms, countable and uncountable, and names
  • Adjectives
  • Including possessive adjectives
  • Determiners
  • Pronouns
  • Including demonstrative, personal, and possessive interrogative pronouns and ‘one’
  • Verbs
  • (Positive, negative, question, imperative and short answer forms, including contractions)
  • Present simple
  • Present continuous (not with future reference)
  • Can for ability
  • Can for requests/permission Have (got) for possession
  • Adverbs
  • Conjunctions
  • Prepositions of place and time
  • Question words
  • Impersonal you Have + obj + inf ing forms as nouns Let’s
  • Like + v + ing There is/there are

Example of Language Usage 

  • Would you like an orange? Lemons are yellow.
  • Pat has six mice.
  • I eat rice for lunch.
  • Anna is my friend. 
  • He’s a small boy. 
  • His name is Bill.
  • It’s a banana.
  • This is an apple.
  • Put the hat on the boy’s head. 
  • I want some milk.
  • These books are blue.
  • This is my car.
  • Can you see me?
  • Which is Anna?
  • Yes, please. I’d like one.
  • This is mine!
  • Is that yours?
  • Nick is happy.
  • I don’t like eggs.
  • Eat your lunch!
  • Is that your sister? Yes, it is. What are you doing?
  • The cat’s sleeping.
  • The baby can wave.
  • Can I have some birthday cake? 
  • Have you got a pen?
  • She hasn’t got a dog.
  • I’m colouring it now.
  • My grandma lives here.
  • She lives here too.
  • I’ve got a pen and a pencil.
  • Put the clock next to the picture. We go to school in the morning. Who is that man?
  • Where is Alex?
  • How do you spell that? Lucy has a book to read. Swimming is good.
  • Let’s go to the zoo!
  • I like swimming.
  • There is a monkey in the tree.
  • There are some books on the table.
  •  Would like + n or v Happy Birthday
  • Here you are
  • Me too. 
  • So do I.
  • story about + ing What (a/an) + adj + n
  • What now?
  • Examples
  • I would like some grapes.
  • Would you like to colour that ball? 
  • You’re eight today! 
  • Happy Birthday! 
  • Would you like an apple?
  • Yes, please.
  • Here you are.
  • I like football.
  • I love hippos.
  • So do I.
  • This is a story about playing football. 
  • What a good dog!
  • What beautiful fish!
  • Put the egg in the box.
  • OK! 
  • The egg is in the box. 
  • What now?     
Mover (A1 and A2)

Grammar and  Structures List

  • Indirect objects
  • Comparative and superlative adjectives
  • Verbs (positive, negative, question, imperative and short answer forms, including contractions)
  • Past simple regular and irregular forms
  • Verb + infinitive
  • Verb + ing
  • Infinitive of purpose
  • Want/ask someone to do something 
  • Must for obligation
  • Have (got) to/had to
  • Shall for offers
  • Could (past form of can)
  • Adverbs
  • Comparative and superlative
  • Conjunctions
  • Prepositions of time
  • Question words
  • Relative clauses

Example of Language Usage 

  • Give it to the teacher!
  • Your house is bigger than mine.
  • Anna is my best friend.
  • We went to the park yesterday.
  • Her father cooked lunch on Friday. Did you go to the cinema? Yes, I did. We didn’t see the pirate at the party.
  • I want to go home. 
  • He started to laugh.
  • I went riding on Saturday.
  • She went to town to buy a toothbrush. 
  • He wants the teacher to tell a story.
  • He must do his homework.
  • You mustn’t give the rabbit cheese. 
  • Must I get up now?
  • I’ve got to go.
  • Do I have to go to bed now?
  • He had to draw a whale for homework.
  • Shall I help you wash the car, Mum?
  • I could see some birds in the tree. 
  • She never eats meat.
  • He sang loudly.
  • My mother talks a lot.
  • My brother reads more quickly than my sister. 
  • I like ice cream best.
  • I went home because I was tired.
  • She plays with her friends after school. 
  • He plays badminton on Saturdays. Why is he talking to her?
  • When does school start?
  • Vicky is the girl who is riding a bike.
  • That is the DVD which my friend gave me. 
  • This is the house where my friend lives.
  • What is/was the weather like?
  • What’s the matter?
  • How/what about + n or ing
  • When clauses (not with future meaning) Go for a + n
  • Be called + n Be good at + n I think/know …
  • Examples
  • What was the weather like last weekend?
  • What’s the matter, Daisy? 
  • Have you got a stomach-ache? 
  • How about going to the cinema on Wednesday afternoon? 
  • When he got home, he had his dinner.
  • Yesterday we went for a drive in my brother’s new car.
  • A baby cat is called a kitten. 
  • She’s very good at basketball. 
  • I think he’s very nice.
Flyers (A1 and A2)

Grammar and Structures

  • Verbs
  • (Positive, negative, question, imperative and short answer forms, including contractions)
  • Past continuous (for interrupted actions and background setting) 
  • Present perfect
  • Be going to 
  • Will
  • Might
  • May
  • Shall for suggestions Could
  • Should
  • Tag questions
  • Adverbs
  • Conjunctions
  • If clauses (in zero conditionals) Where clauses
  • Before/after clauses (not with future reference) Be/look/sound/feel/taste/smell like

Example of Language Usage 

  • Make somebody/something + adj
  • What time …?
  • What else/next?
  • I was walking down the road when I saw her.
  • It was a very cold day and snow was falling.
  • Have you ever been to the circus? 
  • He’s just eaten his dinner.
  • It isn’t going to rain today.
  • Will you do your homework this evening?
  • I won’t buy her a CD because she doesn’t like music.
  • Vicky might come to the party.
  • The bus may not come today because there is a lot of snow. 
  • Shall we have a picnic in the park?
  • You could invite Robert to the football game.
  • Should we take a towel to the swimming pool?
  • That’s John’s book, isn’t it?
  • I haven’t bought my brother’s birthday present yet.
  • I didn’t want to walk home so I went on the bus.
  • If it’s sunny, we go swimming.
  • My grandmother has forgotten where she put her glasses.
  • I finished my homework before I played football.
  • What’s your new teacher like?
  • That sounds like the baby upstairs. I think he’s crying.
  • That smell makes me hungry! What time does the film start? 
  • What else shall I draw?
  • See you soon/later/tomorrow etc. Be made of
  • Examples
  • See you next week, Mrs Ball!
  • The toy is made of wood.

Published Materials

Let’s Go

 

Book 1

Book 2

Book 3

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