JUEGOS DE VOCABULARIO
UNIT I
UNIDAD I
LINGUISTIC COMPETENCE / COMPETENCIA LING‹ÕSTICA        
TOPIC/TEMA SUB-TOPIC/SUBTEMA ELEMENTS OF THE COMPETENCE/ELEMENTOS DE LA COMPETENCIA BOOK/LIBRO PAGE /†††† PAGINA SKILL/SUB-SKILL HABILIDAD /SUBHABILIDAD
1.1†† Describir rutinas y estados temporales / Describe routines and temporary states 1.1.1Hablar sobre situaciones actuales y cambios / Talk about current situations and changes.        
Am/is/are Basic grammar in use 2 Grammar
am/is/are (questions) Basic grammar in use 4 Grammar
I amdoing (present contiunous) Basic grammar in use 6 Grammar
are you doing? (present continuous questions) Basic grammar in use 8 Grammar
The present continuous or the present simple English grammar in steps 10 Grammar
Present continuous ( I am doing): English grammar in use 2 Grammar
Present continous ( I am doing) English grammar in use 6 Grammar
Present Continuousand simple Present (1) (I am doing and I do) English grammar in use 6 Grammar
Present Continuous and simple present (2) (I am doingand I do) English grammar in use 8 Grammar
Present continuos and present simple (1 ) Advanced grammar in use 2 Grammar
Present continuos and present simple (2) Advanced grammar in use 4 Grammar
The Present Progressive Tense: Affirmative Statements (Iīm working) Grammar form and function 1 92 Grammar
The Spelling of Verbs Ending in -ing Grammar form and function 1 97 Grammar
The Present Progressive Tense:Negative Statements Grammar form and function 1 100 Grammar
The Present Progressive Tense: Yes/No Questions Grammar form and function 1 102 Grammar
The Present Progressive Tense: Wh-Questions Grammar form and function 1 105 Grammar
Verbs Not Used in the Present Progressive Tense (want, need) Grammar form and function 1 108 Grammar
The Simple PresentTenseand the Present Progressive Tense (I work, OR Iīm working)Writing/ Selt test Grammar form and function 1 111 Grammar
The Present Progressive Tense: Statements Grammar form and function 2 9 Grammar
The Simple Present tense or the Present Progressive Tense (I work. Or I am working) Grammar form and function 2 13 Grammar
Nonprogressive verbs (I think, or I am thinking.) Grammar form and function 2 15 Grammar
See, Look At, Watch, Hear, and Listen to Grammar form and function 2 17 Grammar
Yes/No Questions and Short Aswer; Wh-QuestionsWriting†† / Self-test Grammar form and function 2 20 Grammar
The Simple Present Tense and the Present Progressive Tense Grammar form and function 3 2 Grammar
The Present Progressive. Statements (She is talking. She is no sleeping) Grammar express basic 10 Grammar
The Present Progressive:Questions (Are you sleeping? No, Iīm not.) Grammar express basic 14 Grammar
The simple present and the present progressive Fundamentals of English Grammar 3 Grammar
The simple tenses; the progressive tenses Understanding and using English grammar 13 Grammar
Present tense: simple and continuous Grammar Builder 1 66 Grammar
Present tense: simple and continuous Grammar Builder 2 86 Grammar
Present tense: simple and continuous Grammar Builder 3 66 Grammar
Present tense: simple and continuous Grammar Builder 4 30 Grammar
Present tense: simple and continuous Grammar Builder 5 16 Grammar
The simple present tense; the present continuouis tense A Practical English Grammar Exercises 1 49 Grammar
Verbs forms: be - present; present progressive Grammar is Great! 1 77 Grammar
Present simple; present progressive Grammar is Great! 3 85 Grammar
Present time: basic contrast: present simple and present continuous Advanced Language Practice 1 Grammar
The present continuous or the present simple? Grammar Practice in Context 10 Grammar
The present continuous or the present simple? Grammar Practice in Context 10 Grammar
The present continuous English grammar in steps 8 Grammar
The Present Progressive Tense:Negative Statements Grammar form and function 1 100 Grammar
The Present Progressive Tense: Yes/No Questions Grammar form and function 1 102 Grammar
Verbs Not Used in the Present Progressive Tense (want, need) Grammar form and function 1 108 Grammar
The Simple PresentTenseand the Present Progressive Tense (I work, OR Iīm working)Writing/ Selt test Grammar form and function 1 111-117 Grammar
The Future Tense: The Present Progressive as a Future Tense Grammar form and function 1 201 Grammar
The Present Progressive Tense: Statements Grammar form and function 2 9 Grammar
The Simple Present tense or the Present Progressive Tense (I work. Or I am working) Grammar form and function 2 13 Grammar
The Simple Present Tense and the Present Progressive Tense Grammar form and function 3 2 Grammar
The Present Progressive. Statements (She is talking. She is no sleeping) Grammar express basic 10 Grammar
The Present Progressive:Questions (Are you sleeping? No, Iīm not.) Grammar express basic 14 Grammar
Present Progressive and Simple Present(Theyīre watching TV. / They watch TV every day) Grammar express basic 32 Grammar
Be + -Ing: The Present Progressive Tense Basic English grammar 84 Grammar
The Present Progressive Questions Basic English grammar 89 Grammar
The Simple Present vs. The Present Progressive Basic English grammar 92 Grammar
NonactionVerbs not used in the Present Progressive Basic English grammar 95 Grammar
The Present Progressive and The Past Progressive Basic English grammar 434 Grammar
Present progressive Advanced English practice 62 Grammar
Present progressive††† Advanced English practice 63 Grammar
Simple present; present progressive; stative verbs; am/is/are being b+ adjectievs; regular verbs: pronunciation of -ed endings; irregualr verbs: an alphabetical list; troublesome verbs: raise/rise, set/sit, lay/lie simple past: past progressive verbs with always to complain; using expressions of place with progressive verbs Understanding and using English grammar 13 Grammar
I am doing (present continuous) and I do (present simple) Essential grammar in use 26 Grammar
I am doing (present continuous) and I do (present simple) Basic grammar in use 16 Grammar
Present Continuousand simple Present (1) (I am doing and I do) Grammar in use, intermediate 6 Grammar
Present Continuous and simple present (2) (I am doingand I do) Grammar in use, intermediate 8 Grammar
Present Continuousand simple Present (1) (I am doing and I do) English grammar in use 6 Grammar
Present Continuous and simple present (2) (I am doingand I do) English grammar in use 8 Grammar
Present continuous tense Grammar essentials 44 Grammar
Present continuous tense, negatives and questions Grammar essentials 46 Grammar
The present continuous Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 8 Grammar
Present continuous or simple? Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 12 Grammar
Present continuous +, -and? Forms; short answers Grammar works 1, Studentís Book 40 Grammar
Present continuous and present simple contrast; whatÖ? Grammar works 1, Studentís Book 42 Grammar
Review: present continuous Grammar works 2, Studentís Book 6 Grammar
The present continuous English grammar in steps 8 Grammar
The present continuous or the present simple English grammar in steps 10 Grammar
The present continuous: Itīs raining English grammar in steps 9 Grammar
The present continuous: Heīs smoking OR the present simple: He smokes? English grammar in steps 13 Grammar
Present continuous: negatives and questions Elementary, language practice 16 Grammar
Present continuous and present simple Elementary, language practice 18 Grammar
Present continuous: affirmative Essential language practice, beginning Students 13 Grammar
Present continuous: negatives and questions Essential language practice, beginning Students 15 Grammar
Present continuous and present simple Essential language practice, beginning Students 18 Grammar
Present simple: form, meaning, pronunciation - Present continuous: form, meaning Intermediate Language Practice 3 Grammar
Present simple:frequency adverbs - State verbs and action verbs - Present simple or continuous? - Present continuous: future meanings - Other problems Intermediate Language Practice 7 Grammar
Present time: basic contrast: present simple and present continuous; state verbs and event (action or dynamic) verbs; state verbs normally without a continuous form; difference of meaning in stative and active verbs; other uses of present continuous and simple Advanced Language Practice 1 Grammar
There is/there are; questions with whose and possessive nouns; the present continuous tense and nonaction verbs; modal verbs: can, may, might and will Interactions 1 27 Grammar
The present continuous Developing Grammar in Context 12 Grammar
The present continuous Grammar Practice in Context 8 Grammar
The present continuous or the present simple? Grammar Practice in Context 10 Grammar
Present continuous tense Graded Exercises in English 44 Grammar
Present continuous tense, negatives and questions Graded Exercises in English 46 Grammar
Present continuous and present simple English grammar in use supplementary exercises   Grammar
Present continuous and present simple; past continuous and past simple English grammar in use supplementary exercises 11 Grammar
Present continuous Elementary English Grammar 83 Grammar
Present continuous and present simple Elementary English Grammar 88 Grammar
The simple present tense; the present continuouis tense; the present and the present continuous; the simple past tense; the past continuous tense; the simple past and the past continuous; the present perfect tense; the present perfect tense and the simple past; the present perfect continuouis tense; the present pefect and the present perfect continuous; for and since A Practical English Grammar Exercises 1 49 Grammar
Present, past and perfect tenses: The simple present and the present continuous; the simple past and the past continuous; the present perfect with for and since; the present perfect and the simple past; the spresent perfect simple and continuous;the simple past and the past perfect, simple and continuous; questions; mixed tenses: letters and telephone conversations A Practical English Grammar Exercises 2 41 Grammar
present continuous Essential Grammar in Use Elementary 253 Grammar
present continuous and present simple Essential Grammar in Use Elementary 254 Grammar
Present simple or continuous, adverbs of frequency: usually, etc., how often? Once a week, etc; quantifiers: a few, a little, etc.; gerund or to + infinitive; question tags/short answers English file intermediate, Studentís Book 22 Integrated Skills
The present continuous Developing Grammar in Context 12 Integrated Skills
Present continuous statements, yes Ė no questions, short answers and information questions; imperatives Touchstone, Studentís book 1 65 Integrated Skills
Simple present and present continuous; joining clauses with if and when Touchstone, Studentís book 2 21 Integrated Skills
Present continuous for ďnowĒ; present simple or present continuous? face2face, elementary Studentís Book 70 Integrated Skills
Present continuous statements; present continuous questions and answers; object pronouns All-Star 1 68 Integrated Skills
Present continuous Reward, elementary Studentís Book 34 Integrated Skills
Present continuous; present simple Enterprise 1, Studentís book 30 Integrated Skills
Subject/object personal pronouns; the verb ďto beĒ; have got; can; present simple; present continuous Enterprise 2, Studentís book 4 Integrated Skills
Present simple; present continuous Enterprise 2, course book 6 Integrated Skills
Present progressive American Channel Student's Book Beginners 66 Integrated Skills
       
1.1.2 Dar explicaciones y justificaciones / Give explanations and justifications.
1.1.3 Hablar sobre rutinas y estados
temporales / Talk about routines and temporary states
Letīs and Why Donīt We to Make Suggestions; Why Donīt you to Give Advice Grammar form and function 2 209 Grammar
The present simple English grammar in steps 6 Grammar
Adverbs of frequency; past simple; used to; so; nether/nor Enterprise 1, Studentís book 10 Integrated Skills
Present simple; adverbs of frequency; past simple; used to Enterprise 2, course book 12 Integrated Skills
Present simple - facts; past simple - facts; discourse markers - chronological Starting Skills in English Level 1 7 Integrated Skills
Present simple and present continuous Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 4 Integrated Skills
Suggestions: Why donīt, Letīs, How about (Letīs go to the cafeteria.) Grammar express basic 158 Grammar
Suggestions, offers and invitations Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 122 Grammar
Preferences, promises, reminders, requesting, suggesting, warning Elementary, language practice 120 Grammar
Simple present tense, negatives Graded Exercises in English 18 Grammar
Simple present tense, questions Grammar Practice in Context 6 Grammar
Simple present tense Graded Exercises in English 6 Grammar
Present Simple Elementary English Grammar 77 Grammar
The Present of Be: Statements (I am tall, I am not a good dancer.) Grammar express basic 2 Grammar
The Present of Be: Questions ( Are you OK? Yes I am.) Grammar express basic 6 Grammar
The Simple Present Tense: Statements Grammar form and function 2 2 Grammar
Adverbs offrequency Grammar form and function 2 6 Grammar
Present simple (I do) English grammar in use 8 Grammar
The simple PresentTense: Negative Grammar form and function 1†† 78 Grammar
The Simple Present Tense: Yes/No Questions Grammar form and function 1†† 80 Grammar
The Simple Present Tense: Wh-Questions Writing/ Self-Test Grammar form and function 1†† 88 Grammar
Present simple (I do) English grammar in use 4 Grammar
I do/ work /like etc. (present simple) Basic grammar in use 10 Grammar
I donīt Ö (present simple negative) Basic grammar in use 12 Grammar
At work: colleagues and routines English Vocabulary in Use Advanced 32 Vocabulary
Describing daily routines and habits; giving advice; explaining reasons and conditions; giving interpretations of meaning Passages, Studentís Book 1 4 Integrated Skills
Present simple (3): for customs and routines; prepositions of time (1) Reward, elementary Studentís Book 7 Integrated Skills
Sports, fitness activities, and exercise; routines Interchange 1 6 Integrated Skills
Present simple (4): for habits and routines; wh- questions; third person singular (he/she/it) Reward, elementary Studentís Book 9 Integrated Skills
The verb be with l, you, and we in statements, yes Ė no questions, and short answers; questions with Whatís Ö? and answers with ItísÖ Touchstone, Studentís book 1 43 Integrated Skills
Gerunds; present simple and frequency adverbs; present progressive Skyline 2, Studentís Book 32 Integrated Skills
  Present simple (1); positive and Wh-questions (I/you/we/they); present simple (2): negative and yes/no questions (I/you/they); subject and object pronouns face2face, elementary Studentís Book 22 Integrated Skills
  1.2.1Identificar y hablar sobre posesiones./ Identify and talk about possession. Possessive Nouns Grammar form and function 2 98 Grammar
Possessives Adjectives and Possessive Pronouns Grammar form and function 2 113 Grammar
Possessive Nouns; Possessive Phrases with Of Grammar form and function 3 93 Grammar
Subject and Object Pronouns; Possessive Adjectives; and Possessives Pronouns Grammar form and function 3 120 Grammar
Possessive forms Grammar Practice in Context 136 Integrated Skills
Possession: 's (aphostrophes) Intermediate Language Practice 189 Integrated Skills
Possessive's Elementary English Grammar 16 Integrated Skills
1.2†† Expresar posesiůn / Express possesion. Possessives: apostrophy ('), ('s), of Grammar Builder 1 18 Integrated Skills
Possessives: apostrophy ('), ('s), of Grammar Builder 2 18 Integrated Skills
Possessive adjectives and pronouns Test it English Grammar intermediate 18 Integrated Skills
Possessive adjectives and pronouns: My, mine; whose? My own Grammar Practice in Context 138 Integrated Skills
Expressing regrets about the past; referring to fortunate events in the past; evaluating traits of character; describing peopleís attitudes and beliefs Passages, Studentís Book 1 66 Integrated Skills
Stating and supporting opinions; describing personal characteristics; discussing hypothetical situations; explaining decisions Passages, Studentís Book 1 102 Integrated Skills
Whose, Possessive pronouns, describing objects Reward, elementary Studentís Book 64 Integrated Skills
           
UNIT II
UNIDAD II
           
  2.1.1††† Describir lugares y personas en el pasado / Describe places and people in the past†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† 2.1.2††† Hablar acerca de situaciones y eventos pasados / Talk about past situations and events†††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† 2.1.3††† Intercambiar informaciůn acerca eventos pasados / Exchange information about past events The past simple Developing Grammar in Context 18 Grammar
To be, past tense Grammar essentials 23 Grammar
To be, past tense negatives and questions Grammar essentials 24 Grammar
To be, past tense Graded Exercises in English 22 Grammar
To be, past tense negatives and questions Graded Exercises in English 23 Grammar
Talking about the past Elementary English Grammar 94 Grammar
Information about someoneís past; recent past events Interchange 2 78 Integrated Skills
Past experiences; unusual activities Interchange 1 64 Integrated Skills
Life in the past, present and future; changes and contrasts; consequences Interchange 2 58 Integrated Skills
Simple past; simple past regular verbs American Shine, studentís book 1 80 Integrated Skills
Simple past regular and irregular verbs American Shine, studentís book 1 92 Integrated Skills
Can/could; simple past. American Shine, studentís book 2 20 Integrated Skills
Simple past of be in statements, yes Ė no questions and short answers Touchstone, Studentís book 1 97 Integrated Skills
Simple past of be in statements, yes Ė no questions and short answers; simple past information questions Touchstone, Studentís book 1 107 Integrated Skills
Review of simple past in questions and statements, be born; general and specific use of determiners Touchstone, Studentís book 2 43 Integrated Skills
Past continuous statements; past continuous questions; reflexive pronouns Touchstone, Studentís book 2 85 Integrated Skills
Past simple (1): be: past simple (2) regular and irregular verbs; positive and Wh- questions face2face, elementary Studentís Book 46 Integrated Skills
Past simple (3):negative, yes/no questions and short answers; question forms face2face, elementary Studentís Book 54 Integrated Skills
Past simple (2): regular verbs Have Reward, elementary Studentís Book 42 Integrated Skills
Past Simple (3): irregular verbs, yes/no questions, short answers Reward, elementary Studentís Book 46 Integrated Skills
Past Simple (4): negatives Wh- questions Reward, elementary Studentís Book 50 Integrated Skills
Past Simple (5). Expressions of time Reward, elementary Studentís Book 52 Integrated Skills
Past simple and past continuous Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 14 Integrated Skills
2.1†† Hablar de eventos pasados / Talk about past events. Past tenses. Describing a sequence of events in the past Reward Upper-Intermediate, Studentís Book 24 Integrated Skills
Past simple; past continuous; adjectives; adverbs; joining sentences Enterprise 2, course book 26 Integrated Skills
Past simple - regular and irregular verbs - past simple wh- questions Skyline 1, workbook 86 Integrated Skills
  Past simple - yes / no questions - wh- questions Skyline 1, workbook 96 Integrated Skills
Past simple wh- questions; review of past simple; past progressive Skyline 2, Studentís Book 50 Integrated Skills
Past simple tense; comparatives; can/could in requests Skyline 2, Studentís Book 60 Integrated Skills
The past Skyline 5, Studentís Book 42 Integrated Skills
Simple past statements: regular verbs, irregular verbs. Simple past yes / no questions. Simple past statements : negative Connect 3, Studentís Book 4 Integrated Skills
Past continuous statements, past continuous + when, past continuous questions, past continuous vs. Simple past Connect 3, Studentís Book 18 Integrated Skills
Simple past of regular and irregular verbs, Did you, were there questions, affirmative and negative statements in the past tense Go for It Student's Book 3A 13 Integrated Skills
Past simple of be - past simple of regular and irregular verbs (affirmative) American Channel Student's Book Beginners 86 Integrated Skills
Past simple of regular and irregular verbs (negative and questions) - past seimple vs present simple American Channel Student's Book Beginners 92 Integrated Skills
Simple past tense; infinitive of purpose My world 3, Student Book 32 Integrated Skills
The simple past tense: regular verbs, the simple past tense: irregular verbs Interactions 1 115 Integrated Skills
The past continuous tense, the simple past vs the past continuous, when and while Interactions 1 173 Integrated Skills
Past simple (1): be Reward, elementary Studentís Book 16 Integrated Skills
Past tense of the verb to be Elementary English Grammar 18 Grammar
Expressing past time: the simple past; forms of the simple past; the principal parts of a verb; irregular verbs: a reference list; spelling of -ing and -ed forms Fundamentals of English Grammar 94 Grammar
Simple past tense Grammar Builder 5 30 Grammar
Auxiliary verbs: auxiliaries conjugated with do/does/did A Practical English Grammar Exercises 1 16 Grammar
The simple past tense A Practical English Grammar Exercises 1 20 Grammar
regular and irregular verbs Essential grammar in use 58 Grammar
Regular and Irregular Verbs Basic grammar in use 50 Grammar
The Present Perfect Tense : Regular and Irregular Verbs Grammar form and function 1 361 Grammar
Review of past tense, regular and irregular verbs Grammar essentials 35 Grammar
Irregular Verbs:Have, Do and Go Grammar form and function 1 73 Grammar
The simple Past Tense: Irregular Verbs ( I saw) Grammar form and function 1 156 Grammar
Irregular Verbs:Have, Do and Go Grammar form and function 1 73 Grammar
The simple Past Tense: Irregular Verbs ( I saw) Grammar form and function 1 156 Grammar
The Present Perfect Tense : Regular and Irregular Verbs Grammar form and function 1 361 Grammar
Irregular Verbs Grammar form and function 2 34 Grammar
The Simple Past of Irregular verbs: Statements (We saw the mivie last night.) Grammar express basic 50 Grammar
Past tense, irregular verbs Grammar essentials 27 Grammar
The simple Past: Irregular verbs Basic English grammar 190 Grammar
More irregular Verbs Basic English grammar 198 Grammar
More irregular Verbs Basic English grammar 213 Grammar
More Irregular verbs Basic English grammar 263 Grammar
More irregular Verbs Basic English grammar 266 Grammar
More irregular Verbs Basic English grammar 321 Grammar
More Irregular verbs Basic English grammar 375 Grammar
Past Participle of Common Irregular verbs Basic English grammar 455 Grammar
Past simple? Forms; irregular verbs Grammar works 1, Studentís Book 54 Grammar
Past simple: irregular verbs in affirmative form Essential language practice, beginning Students 28 Grammar
Past simple: irregular verbs in negative and question form Essential language practice, beginning Students 30 Grammar
Past tense, irregular verbs Graded Exercises in English 25 Grammar
Past tense, irregular verbs Graded Exercises in English 32 Grammar
Past tense, irregular verbs Graded Exercises in English 43 Grammar
Irregular verbs Practical English usage 304 Grammar
Expressing past time: the simple past; forms of the simple past; the principal parts of a verb; irregular verbs: a reference list; spelling of -ing and -ed forms; the simple past and the past progressive; forms of the past progressive; expressing past time: using time clauses; expressing past habit: used to; prepositions of time: in, at and on Fundamentals of English Grammar 18 Grammar
Past Time Expressions (yesterday, last Ö, Ö ago) Grammar form and function 1 145 Grammar
           
UNIT III
UNIDAD III
           
3.1†† Describir eventos presentes y pasados†† / Describe present and past events 3.1.1††† Narrar eventos utilizando presente y pasado / Narrate events using present and past        
       
       
3.1.2†† Obtener informaciůn acerca de eventos presentes y pasados / Get information about current and past events        
Wh questions with be; questions with how many; singular and plural nouns; capitalization All-Star 1 52 Integrated Skills
What are you doing tomorrow? Essential grammar in use 60 Grammar
Who saw you?†† Who did you see?(questions 2) Essential grammar in use 100 Grammar
Who is she talking to?What is it like?(questions 3) Essential grammar in use 102 Grammar
What Ö?†† Which Ö?†† How Ö.? (questions 4) Essential grammar in use 104 Grammar
What are you doing tomorrow? Basic grammar in use 52 Grammar
Who saw you?†† Who did you see?†† Basic grammar in use 92 Grammar
Who is she talking to?What is it like?†† Basic grammar in use 94 Grammar
What Ö?†† Which Ö?†† How Ö.? Basic grammar in use 96 Grammar
Questions with what, where, and who Grammar form and function 1 26 Grammar
Questions with when, what day, and what time; Prepositionsof Time (in, on, at, to Öfrom) Grammar form and function 1 38 Grammar
The Simple Past Tense: Wh-Questions (where did you work?) Grammar form and function 1 167 Grammar
Questions with Wh- Words (What, When, Where, Who(m), Why (m), and How) Grammar form and function 2 163 Grammar
Questions with Who and What as the subject Grammar form and function 2 166 Grammar
Questions with Which and What Grammar form and function 2 168 Grammar
word order:Wh-questions (Who did you ask?/Who asked you?) Grammar express basic 74 Grammar
Wh-questions Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 88 Grammar
Who, what or which? Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 94 Grammar
Questions with Be: Using Where Basic English grammar 24 Grammar
Asking questions with What and Who + Be Basic English grammar 32 Grammar
The simple present: Asking information Questions with Where Basic English grammar 64 Grammar
The simple present: Asking information Questions with When and What time Basic English grammar 66 Grammar
The Simple Past: Using Where, When, What time, and Why Basic English grammar 203 Grammar
Questions with What†† Basic English grammar 206 Grammar
Questions with Who††† Basic English grammar 209 Grammar
Wh-questions: who, what, answering who and what questions - main verbs and the verb "to do" and "to be"; Wh-questions: where and when, which and whose, how, how many and how much, why Grammar Builder 1 98 Grammar
Wh- questions: who, what, answering woh and what questions - main verbs and the verb "to be"; Wh-questions: where and when, which and whose, how, how many, how much and why Grammar Builder 2 126 Grammar
Wh- questions: with the verb "to be"the verb "to do" and main verbs; Wh- questions: who, what, answering who and what questions main verbs, the verb to be, the verb to do and the verb to have; wh-questions: where and when, which and whose, how, how many, how much and why Grammar Builder 3 118 Grammar
Be present? Forms and short answers; who + beÖ? Grammar works 1, Studentís Book 6 Grammar
Wh-questions with who, whom, which, how and whose Advanced grammar in use 52 Grammar
The verb be with he, she, and they in statements, yes Ė no questions, and short answers; articles a, an and the ; this and these; noun plurals; questions with WhereÖ?; possessives Ďs and sí Touchstone, Studentís book 1 11 Intergrated skills
be(1): positive and Wh Ė questions; subject pronouns and possessive adjectives; be(2): negative, yes/no questions and short answers face2face, elementary Studentís Book 6 Intergrated skills
Be going to (1): positive, negative and Wh- questions; might; be going to (2): yes/no questions and short answers face2face, elementary Studentís Book 86 Intergrated skills
Wh questions with be; questions with how many; singular and plural nouns; capitalization All-Star 1 52 Intergrated skills
Simple present: yes / no questions and short answers; What, Who, and How questions and answers. Present continuous and simple present. Have to / don't have to. Would like to Connect 3, Studentís Book 2 Intergrated skills
was/were statements. Was/Were Ö? Wh-questions with did. Wh-questions with was/were vs with did Connect 3, Studentís Book 8 Intergrated skills
be going, wh-questions with be going to, which one/which ones?, WhoseÖ?, possessive pronouns Connect 3, Studentís Book 16 Intergrated skills
       
3.2†† Expresar sugerencias y obligaciones / Express suggestions and obligation 3.2.1†† Dar sugerencias y consejos / Give suggestions and advices Must and mustnít; future simple; should an shouldnít American Shine, studentís book 2 32 Integrated skills
Asking for and giving advice; must and should Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 38 Integrated skills
Should/shouldnít; must/mustnít; can/canít/could/couldnít Enterprise 1, Studentís book 60 Integrated skills
should Essential grammar in use 74 Grammar
should Basic grammar in use 66 Grammar
Should Grammar in use, intermediate 62 Grammar
Should1 English grammar in use 66 Grammar
Should 2 English grammar in use 68 Grammar
Should, ought to and had better Advanced grammar in use 40 Grammar
Should††† Grammar form and function 1 281 Grammar
Should ; Ought to, and Had Better to Give Advice Grammar form and function 2 212 Grammar
Should, Ought To, and Had Better to Give Advice Grammar form and function 3 159 Grammar
Should Have and Ought To Have to Give Advice Grammar form and function 3 161 Grammar
Giving advice - Writing a letter of advice Reasons to write 13 Writing
Giving Advice Reason To Write. Strategies for Success in Academic Writing. High Beginning. 13 Writing
Writing a letter of advice Reason To Write. Strategies for Success in Academic Writing. High Beginning. 13 Writing
Writing practice: giving advice and stating reasons Reason To Write. Strategies for Success in Academic Writing. High Beginning. 15 Writing
3.2.2†† Expresar obligaciůn y necesidad / Express obligation andnecessity Obligation: must/have to/should; must and canít for deduction, could/may/might for speculation; must have and canít have for deduction;could/may/might have for speculation American Shine, studentís book 4 56 Integrated skills
Modals of advice, obligation and permission - present and past: must, must not, can, cannot, can't, could, couldnīt, should, shouldn't, have to, don't have to - describing character; education - linking: word stress American Inside Out Pre-intermediate 52 Integrated skills
Modal verbs; must, have to, have got to, can't, musn't. Modal verbs; don't need to/needn't, needn't have/didnt need to, should/shouldn't Reward Upper-Intermediate, Studentís Book 42 Integrated skills
Possessive pronouns; should/need to/have to Skyline 2, Studentís Book 78 Integrated skills
Modals of obligation: must, have to. Should, past perfect simple, defining and non-defining relative clauses; indirect questions English file intermediate, Studentís Book 64 Integrated skills
Modals: must(n't), should (n't), can ('t) for obligation, prohibition and permission plus (don't) have to - saying about time, time prepositions and expressions business and time management expressions American Inside Out Intermediate 82 Integrated skills
Must†† Basic grammar in use 64 Grammar
Have to and must Grammar in use, intermediate 60 Grammar
Must and have (got) to Advanced grammar in use 36 Grammar
Must Grammar form and function 1 284 Grammar
Have to, Have got To, and Must to Express Necessity Grammar form and function 2 218 Grammar
Must, Have To, and Have got To to Express Obligation and Necessity Grammar form and function 3 154 Grammar
Necessity: Have to, Must, Donīt have to, Must not (you have to wear a tie.) Grammar express basic 184 Grammar
Have to, must Grammar essentials 109 Grammar
Neccessity: must and have to Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 114 Grammar
must, should etc: obligation How English works 110 Grammar
must and have (got) to: obligation How English works 112 Grammar
Modals of obligation: have to, must, should Essential language practice, beginning Students 90 Grammar
Modals of negative obligation: must not, donít have to, shouldnít Essential language practice, beginning Students 92 Grammar
Have to, must Graded Exercises in English 96 Grammar
Must have, may have Graded Exercises in English 158 Grammar
Obligation and necessity: must, mustnít, have (got) to Advanced English practice 42 Grammar
Must Elementary English Grammar 137 Grammar
Obligation (must), prohibition (mustn't) and commands English Grammar Lessons Upper-Intermediate 36 Grammar
I have to Ö. Essential grammar in use 76 Grammar
I have to Ö. Basic grammar in use 68 Grammar
Have to and must English grammar in use 62 Grammar
Have to†††† Grammar form and function 1 288 Grammar
using Have + Infinitive(Has to /Have to) Basic English grammar 424 Grammar
Must; have to; can for permission Grammar works 2, Studentís Book 48 Grammar
must not, do not have to etc How English works 113 Grammar
I donīt have to etc How English works 191 Grammar
Must/mustnít. Have to/donít have to English grammar in steps 58 Grammar
Must/mustnīt Have to / donīt have English grammar in steps 85 Grammar
       
3.3†† Expresar cantidades / Express quantities 3.3.1†† Especificar cantidades / Specify quantities. Countable and uncountable nouns; how muchÖ? And how manyÖ?; would you like (to)Ö? and Iíd like (to)Ö?; some and any; a lot of, much and many Touchstone, Studentís book 1 117 Integrated skills
Much, many, a lot of; review of possessive adjectives Skyline 2, Studentís Book 14 Integrated skills
Count and non-count nouns; expressions of quantity: some/any, a few, a little, a lot My world 3, Student Book 14 Integrated skills
Review of countable and uncountable nouns; quantifiers a little, a few, very little and very few; too, too much, too many and enough Touchstone, Studentís book 3 43 Integrated skills
There is / there are; how muchÖ? How many? some, any, a face2face, elementary Studentís Book 38 Integrated skills
The passive; quantifiers: a bit of, too much/many, (not) enough, plenty of, etc. face2face, Intermediate Studentís Book 60 Integrated skills
Plurals; countable/uncountable nouns: how much/how many; a few/a little; some/any Enterprise 1, Studentís book 34 Integrated skills
Some; any/much; many/a few; a little/phrases of quantity; giving advice; conditionals type 0; time words Enterprise 2, Studentís book 30 Integrated skills
a/ an/some/any; much/many; a few/a little; giving advice (should) Enterprise 2, course book 40 Integrated skills
Imperatives, count / non-count nouns, How much / How many questions Go for It Student's Book 3A 7 Integrated skills
How much? / How many? - present simple vs present progresive American Channel Student's Book Beginners 72 Integrated skills
Quantifiers: few/ a few / little / a little; containers, modal verbs + active and passive; reported speech, crossword Attitude, workbook 4 58 Integrated skills
Is there? and are there?; pronouns one and some; offers and requests with Can and Could Touchstone, Studentís book 2 53 Integrated skills
Some and any (2); countable and uncountable nouns; making suggestions Reward, elementary Studentís Book 40 Integrated skills
Plurals; this/these; that/those; some/any; a/an; prepositions of place Enterprise 1, Studentís book 12 Integrated skills
Some and any (1); prepositions of place (2) Reward, elementary Studentís Book 18 Integrated skills
There is / there are - some and any Skyline 1, workbook 42 Integrated skills
Countable and uncountable nouns - some / any - would like + noun American Channel Student's Book Beginners 60 Integrated skills
a lot††† much†††† many Essential grammar in use 176 Grammar
a lot††† much†††† many Basic grammar in use 168 Grammar
Much (of), many (of) a lot of, lots (of), etc. Advanced grammar in use 100 Grammar
Quantifying Expressions (much, many, a lot of, some, any, a few, a little) Grammar form and function 1 130 Grammar
Some, Any, Much, Many, A Little, A few, and A Lot of Grammar form and function 2 92 Grammar
Much, Many, A Lot of, A few, Few, A Little, and Little Grammar form and function 3 106 Grammar
The Simple Present: Questions (Do you laugh a lot? Yes, wedo) Grammar express basic 24 Grammar
Quantifiers: Many , Much, A few, A little, A lot of (He has a lot of things, but not much space.) Grammar express basic 100 Grammar
Much, many, a lot of Grammar essentials 74 Grammar
THIS, MY, SOME, A LOT OF, ETC. Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 91 Grammar
A lot of, many,much, (a) few and (a) little Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 224 Grammar
much, many, a lot (of), tittle, few How English works 40 Grammar
Much, many; a lot of, plenty (Very) little, (very) fewA little, a few English grammar in steps 122 Grammar
Adverbs of degree: a lot, a bit, much, etc. English grammar in steps 158 Grammar
Much, many, a lot, plenty, (very) little ( very) few A little, a few English grammar in steps 194 Grammar
Adverbs of degree:a lot, a bit, much, etc. More, most, better, best, etc. English grammar in steps 254 Grammar
Much, many, a lot of, plenty (very) little, very few; a little, a few Grammar Practice in Context 122 Grammar
Adverbs of degree: a lot, a bit, much, more, most, better, best Grammar Practice in Context 158 Grammar
Much, many, a lot of Graded Exercises in English 69 Grammar
Much, many, a lot of, a little, a few, enough Elementary English Grammar 37 Grammar
           
UNIT IV
UNIDAD IV
           
4.1†† Expresar planes futuros / Express futures plans 4.1.1†† Hablar de planes futuros / Talk about future plans Future plans, intentions and arrangements; going to or will to predict the future, the family; second conditional, friendship, crossword Attitude, workbook 4 22 Integrated skills
Review and extension: future plans and intentions (going to, present progressive, simple present); predicting the future: will, going to, first conditional; second conditional; recycle: present perfect, adverbs used with present perfect Attitude, workbook 4 38 Integrated skills
Going to, will, shall; future progressive, future perfect; future use of simple present and present progressive American Shine, studentís book 4 44 Integrated skills
Review and extension: quantifiers; modal verbs; active and passive; review and extension; reported speech; recycle: will, going to, first conditional and present perfect Attitude, workbook 4 102 Integrated skills
Future with going to ; indirect objects; indirect object pronouns; present continuous for the future Touchstone, Studentís book 2 33 Integrated skills
Future with will, may, and might; present continuous and going to for the future; clauses with if, when, after and before and the simple present to refer to the future Touchstone, Studentís book 2 117 Integrated skills
The future with will, going to, the present continuous and the simple present; use had better, ought to and might want to say whatís advisable; use have got to and going to have to say whatís necessary; use would rather to say whatís preferable Touchstone, Studentís book 3 53 Integrated skills
Making comparisons; the future: will, be going to, present continuous face2face, Intermediate Studentís Book 36 Integrated skills
Yes/no questions with the simple past; future with be going to All-Star 1 148 Integrated skills
Going to, because and so Reward, elementary Studentís Book 56 Integrated skills
Making predictions: may and might; going to and will Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 40 Integrated skills
Be going to; will; present continuous; it will be/there will be Enterprise 1, Studentís book 56 Integrated skills
Future simple; be going to; present continuous; conditionals type 1; when/if Enterprise 2, Studentís book 24 Integrated skills
Will; be going to; present continuous (future meaning); conditionals type 1; if/when Enterprise 2, course book 34 Integrated skills
Going to - should and shouldn't Skyline 1, workbook 104 Integrated skills
Prepositions; gerunds and infinitives; going to/will/wonít Skyline 2, Studentís Book 42 Integrated skills
Review of tenses; present progressive, going to/might; will/wonít Skyline 2, Studentís Book 104 Integrated skills
Review of might/will/going to for plans and arrangements; review of comparatives and superlatives Skyline 3, Studentís Book 14 Integrated skills
Future with going to, want to be, What, Where, When, How questions Go for It Student's Book 3A 25 Integrated skills
Future forms: will/going to, present continuous, might/may + infinitive; when/as soon as, etc., first conditional; second conditional English file intermediate, Studentís Book 50 Integrated skills
Present simple, frequency adverbs; present perfect and future with going to; second conditional Profiles, Studentís Book 3 6 Integrated skills
Will/may/could/might; future with going to/ present progressive / present simple Profiles, Studentís Book 3 26 Integrated skills
Future going to - want to, would like to American Channel Student's Book Beginners 104 Integrated skills
Future forms: (be) going to and present continuous - words and expressions about money and music American Inside Out Pre-intermediate 46 Integrated skills
Future forms: will for decisions and offers (be) going to for intentions, present continuous for arrangements - phrasal verbs, socializing expressions - short vowels American Inside Out Intermediate 58 Integrated skills
Iīm going to Ö Essential grammar in use 62 Grammar
Iīm going to Ö Basic grammar in use 54 Grammar
(Iīm) going to (do) Grammar in use, intermediate 38 Grammar
I will and Iīm going to Grammar in use, intermediate 44 Grammar
(Iīm) going to (do) English grammar in use 40 Grammar
I will and Iīm going to English grammar in use 46 Grammar
Will and be going to Advanced grammar in use 18 Grammar
The Future Tense: Be Going to Grammar form and function 1 194 Grammar
Be going to (I am going to work on my essay.) Grammar form and function 2 56 Grammar
Be Going to OR will Grammar form and function 2 62 Grammar
Be going To and Will Grammar form and function 3 58 Grammar
The future with Be going to (They are going to change soon.) Grammar express basic 60 Grammar
Going to, future tense Grammar essentials 54 Grammar
Be going to Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 60 Grammar
Will and be going to Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 62 Grammar
Test 6: The future with will, be going toand present tenses Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 68 Grammar
Future Time: Using Be going to Basic English grammar 231 Grammar
Simple present and present continuous tenses; simple past tense; past continuous tense; present perfect tense; past perfect tense; present and past perfect continuous tenses; simple future tense: will and going to forms; future continuous tense; future prefect tense Grammar Builder 4 30 Grammar
Simple present and present continuous tenses; simple past tense; past continuous tense; present perfect tense; past perfect tense; present and past perfect continuous tenses; simple future tense: will and going to forms; future continuous tense; future prefect tense and future perfect continuous tenses; conditionals - the present tense, simple past and past perfect tenses Grammar Builder 5 16 Grammar
Going to + and - forms Grammar works 1, Studentís Book 46 Grammar
Going to? Forms; short answers Grammar works 1, Studentís Book 48 Grammar
Future plans and predictions Elementary, language practice 52 Grammar
Future plans and predictions; going to Essential language practice, beginning Students 54 Grammar
Review: going to Grammar works 2, Studentís Book 8 Grammar
future: going to How English works 132 Grammar
Going to or will? English grammar in steps 36 Grammar
Going to or will? English grammar in steps 48 Grammar
Will and going to: problems Elementary, language practice 60 Grammar
Problems: will and going to Essential language practice, beginning Students 63 Grammar
Future time - will - be going to - Present continuous - Problems Intermediate Language Practice 29 Grammar
Going to and will Developing Grammar in Context 53 Grammar
Verbs forms: be - present; present progressive; imperative; present simple; present simple and present progressive; be - past simple; past simple and present tenses; future forms: with will, going to, will and going to; have/has got; there is/are; modal vers: can, must Grammar is Great! 1 77 Grammar
Verb tenses: inoeratives and requests; present simple; present progressive; past simple; past progressive; present perfect simple; present perfect progressive; past perfect simple; past perfect progressive; future: will, going to, present progressive, present simple. Verb forms: there is/are; it is/are; have got; modals: can/could/be able to; may/might; must; have to; need to; will/would; shall; should/ought to; passive voive; causitive have; gerunds and infinitives; used to, be/get used to††††††† Grammar is Great! 3 85 Grammar
Going to or will? Grammar Practice in Context 36 Grammar
Going to, future tense Graded Exercises in English 54 Grammar
Going to, past tense Graded Exercises in English 55 Grammar
The future: will/shall, going to English grammar in use supplementary exercises 33 Grammar
Going to Elementary English Grammar 120 Grammar
Will, going to Elementary English Grammar 126 Grammar
Expressing future time: be going to and will; forms with will; using probably with will; be going to vs will; expressing future time in time clauses and if-clauses; parallel verbs; using the present progressive to express future time; using the simple present to express future time; present plans for future activities: using intend, plan, hope; immediate future: future be about to Fundamentals of English Grammar 47 Grammar
Future forms: The present continuous tense as a future form; the be going to form; the present continuous and the be going to form; the future simple; the present continuous and the future simple; will + infinitive and be going to form; the future continuous tense; will + infinitive and the future continuous; won't + infinitive and the future continuous negative; second person interrogative: will you and other forms; shall and will; time clauses; the future perfect tense;; would and should A Practical English Grammar Exercises 1 74 Grammar
Future forms: The present continuous and the future simple, and going to; be going to and will + infinitive; the future continuous and will + infinitive; the future continuous and will (mostly negative); the future perfect; the present simple and continuous, the future simple and conditional A Practical English Grammar Exercises 2 69 Grammar
Future time:going to, will, present progressive andpresent simple English Grammar Lessons Upper-Intermediate 76 Grammar
       
4.2†† Describir eventos pasados, presentes y futuros / Describe past, present and future events 4.2.1††† Narrar eventos utilizando el pasado, presente y futuro / Narrate events using the past, present and future Describing future events; future perfect; reported speech face2face1, Upper intermediate Studentís Book 86 Integrated skills
Future simple (1): (will) for decisions Reward, elementary Studentís Book 86 Integrated skills
Future simple (2): (will) for predictions Reward, elementary Studentís Book 88 Integrated skills
Talking about the future, making suggestions and responding to them. Talking about the future with will Reward Upper-Intermediate, Studentís Book 14 Integrated skills
Past simple; a/an/the; will; linking words Enterprise 1, Studentís book 42 Integrated skills
Will/wonít and going to for predictions; the first conditional Skyline 3, Studentís Book 24 Integrated skills
Future with will, yes / no questions short answers, quantities with more, less fewer Go for It Student's Book 3A 43 Integrated skills
Future tense with will My world 3, Student Book 86 Integrated skills
Future time clauses after when, if, as soos as, will for prediction - word combinations; food, food idioms, food preparation - sounds and spelling American Inside Out Pre-intermediate 94 Integrated skills
Verb patterns: verbs + infinitive and -ing form after remember, forget, stop, try, like, love, hate; Past and present habits Ö will and would, used to, present continuous for annoying habits , good-bye - sounding annoyed American Inside Out Upper-Intermediate 42 Integrated skills
Will for predictions and assumption, using discourse markers - prepositional phrases, vocabulary of internet and e-mail American Inside Out Advanced 68 Integrated skills
There is/are , possessive nouns, the present continuous tense, modal auxiliaries: can, may, might, will Interactions 1 31 Integrated skills
Information about someoneís past; recent past events Interchange 2 78 Integrated skills
The media; news stories; exceptional events Interchange 3 22 Integrated skills
Historic events and people; biography; the future Interchange 3 64 Integrated skills
Pet peeves; unexplained events; reactions; predicaments and advice Interchange 3 86 Integrated skills
Players; TV sports; the best team won;; memorable events Attitude, studentís book 2 48 Integrated skills
Presenting information in chronological order; narrating news events; organizing and presenting topical information Passages, Studentís Book 1 58 Integrated skills
Expressing regrets about the past; referring to fortunate events in the past; evaluating traits of character; describing peopleís attitudes and beliefs Passages, Studentís Book 1 66 Integrated skills
Defining and describing friendship; expressing opinions; stating preferences; describing incidents and events; talking about rules Passages, Studentís Book 2 2 Integrated skills
Talking about people who have made an impact; describing characteristics; organizing events chronologically; describing qualities of a hero Passages, Studentís Book 2 18 Integrated skills
Reporting events; talking about personal beliefs; comparing beliefs; reporting what someone else belie4ves; categorizing attitudes; expressing opinions Passages, Studentís Book 2 30 Integrated skills
Present perfect simple: experience, unfinished past and recent events; present perfect continuous and present perfect simple face2face, Intermediate Studentís Book 20 Integrated skills
Relative clauses with who, that, which, whose, where and when; present perfect simple active and passive for recent events face2face, Intermediate Studentís Book 68 Integrated skills
Describing future events; future perfect; reported speech face2face1, Upper intermediate Studentís Book 86 Integrated skills
Present perfect (2): talking about recent events, just and yet Reward, elementary Studentís Book 78 Integrated skills
Describing a sequence of events (1): before and after; during and for Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 6 Integrated skills
Describing a sequence of events (2): when, as soon as, as, while, just as, until Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 18 Integrated skills
Describing a sequence of events (3), as soon as, when and after for future events Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 76 Integrated skills
Past tenses. Describing a sequence of events in the past Reward Upper-Intermediate, Studentís Book 24 Integrated skills
Past experiences: simple past for central events, present perfect with Have you everÖ, past continuous for background, comparison: comparative and superlative adjectives, as Ö as - expressions about risk and excitment - gradable and absolute adjectives (very good vs absolutely incredible) - vocabulary of sports, time expressions - using stress to express strong feelings American Inside Out Intermediate 32 Integrated skills
Passive voice, present perfect for recent events, irregular past tense verbs - verb combinations - showing empathy American Inside Out Intermediate 50 Integrated skills
Will for predictions and assumption, using discourse markers - prepositional phrases, vocabulary of internet and e-mail American Inside Out Advanced 68 Integrated skills
There is/are , possessive nouns, the present continuous tense, modal auxiliaries: can, may, might, will Interactions 1 31 Integrated skills
Past time: basic contrasts: past simple and past continuous; past perfect simple and continuous; used to and would; unfulfilled past events: polite forms Advanced Language Practice 14 Grammar
Conditionals: basic usage: truth, real situations, hypothetical situations (present and past); variations: if only, unless and other alternatives to, past events with results in the present, should, were to, happen to, if it were not for, if it hadn't been for; other ways of making a conditional sentence: supposing, otherwise, but for, if so, if not, colloquial omission of if, if and adjectives, if meanings although Advanced Language Practice 46 Grammar
As, when and while: simultaneous events Practical English usage 73 Grammar
Eventual(ly) Practical English usage 190 Grammar
Past simple (īnarrativeī) for past events Advanced English practice 57 Grammar
Past events (situations) Advanced English practice 58 Grammar
States and events: present simple or progressive Advanced English practice 54 Grammar
will/shall 1 Essential grammar in use 64 Grammar
will/shall 2 Essential grammar in use 66 Grammar
there was/ werethere has/have beenthere will be Essential grammar in use 86 Grammar
Will (1) Basic grammar in use 56 Grammar
Will (2) Basic grammar in use 58 Grammar
there was/ werethere has/have beenthere will be Basic grammar in use 78 Grammar
will (1) Grammar in use, intermediate 40 Grammar
will (2) Grammar in use, intermediate 42 Grammar
will be doing and will have done Grammar in use, intermediate 46 Grammar
will / shall 1 English grammar in use 42 Grammar
will / shall 2 English grammar in use 44 Grammar
Will, would and used to Advanced grammar in use 32 Grammar
The Future Tense: will Grammar form and function 1 205 Grammar
May, Might, and will Grammar form and function 1 209 Grammar
Will (people will work on other planets some day.) Grammar form and function 2 59 Grammar
will be doing and will have done English grammar in use 48 Grammar
Will, can, Could, Would, and Would you Mind to Make Requests Grammar form and function 3 184 Grammar
The future with Will (He will leaveat 5:00. He wonīt stay.) Grammar express basic 64 Grammar
Requests: Will, would, Can, Could (Could you open the door for me?) Grammar express basic 162 Grammar
Future tense, with will Grammar essentials 39 Grammar
Future tense, negatives with will Grammar essentials 40 Grammar
Future tense, questions with will Grammar essentials 41 Grammar
Will and shall Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 58 Grammar
The future: will/won't, shall/shan't Grammar Practice in Context 34 Grammar
To be, future tense with will and shall Graded Exercises in English 36 Grammar
Future tense, with will and shall Graded Exercises in English 37 Grammar
Future tense, negatives with will and shall Graded Exercises in English 38 Grammar
Will Practical English usage 629 Grammar
Future will Grammar works 2, Studentís Book 18 Grammar
Will Elementary English Grammar 123 Grammar