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 Opinions and facts / Opiniones y hechos 1.1.1 Opinions and facts / Opiniones y hechos.†††††††††† 1.1.2 Facts related to future /Hechos con referencia al futuro 1.1.3 Actions related to future / Acciones con referencia al futuro 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
Present simple (3): positive and negative (he/she/it); present simple (4): questions and short answers (he/she/it) face2face, elementary Studentís Book 30 Integrated skills
Present continuous for ďnowĒ; present simple or present continuous? face2face, elementary Studentís Book 70 Integrated skills
Modal verbs(1); be able to, be allowed to, be supposed to; present continuous and present simple face2face, Intermediate Studentís Book 12 Integrated skills
Present simple (1): to be; asking and saying who people are and where they are from Reward, elementary Studentís Book 2 Integrated skills
Present simple (2): to be; possessive adjectives; articles (1)a/ an Reward, elementary Studentís Book 4 Integrated skills
Present simple (3): for customs and routines; prepositions of time (1) Reward, elementary Studentís Book 16 Integrated skills
Present simple (4): for habits and routines; wh- questions; third person singular (he/she/it) Reward, elementary Studentís Book 20 Integrated skills
Pronouns; present simple (5): talking about likes and dislikes Reward, elementary Studentís Book 22 Integrated skills
Present simple (6): saying how often you do things; prepositions of time(2) Reward, elementary Studentís Book 26 Integrated skills
Describing people (2): Present Contonuous or present simple Reward, elementary Studentís Book 54 Integrated skills
Present simple and present continuous Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 4 Integrated skills
Subject/object personal pronouns; possessives/the possessive case who/whose; the imperative; present simple Enterprise 1, Studentís book 16 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 simple; adverbs of frequency; past simple; used to Enterprise 2, course book 12 Integrated skills
Subject + verb beage - Present simple - yes / no questions - wh- questions Skyline 1, workbook 24 Integrated skills
Question formation; review of present simple statements and questions Skyline 2, Studentís Book 6 Integrated skills
Gerunds; present simple and frequency adverbs; present progressive Skyline 2, Studentís Book 32 Integrated skills
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
Present simple, frequency adverbs; present perfect and future with going to; second conditional Profiles, Studentís Book 3 6 Integrated skills
Present simple and present progressive; zero conditional Profiles, Studentís Book 3 12 Integrated skills
Will/may/could/might; future with going to/ present progressive / present simple Profiles, Studentís Book 3 26 Integrated skills
Present simple (I, we, you, they) American Channel Student's Book Beginners 40 Integrated skills
Present simple (he, she, it) - prepositions of time (at, in, in) - When? / What time? American Channel Student's Book Beginners 46 Integrated skills
How much? / How many? - present simple vs present progresive American Channel Student's Book Beginners 72 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
Present simple - facts; past simple - facts; discourse markers - chronological Starting Skills in English Level 1 7 Integrated skills
Referring back - then/there; present simple - how to do something Starting Skills in English Level 1 55 Integrated skills
Present progressive affirmative; there is/are; possessive American Shine, studentís book 1 32 Integrated skills
Can; present progressive: questions and negative; comparative adjectives. American Shine, studentís book 1 44 Integrated skills
Relative pronoun; ing forms; present progressive American Shine, studentís book 2 8 Integrated skills
Review and extension: simple present, simple past; review and extension: present progressive Attitude, studentís book 4 6 Integrated skills
Present Progressive for things happening now Skyline 1, workbook 60 Integrated skills
Present progressive American Channel Student's Book Beginners 66 Integrated skills
I do/ work /like etc. (present simple) Essential grammar in use 20 Grammar
I donīt Ö (present simple negative) Essential grammar in use 22 Grammar
Do you Ö? (present simple questions? Essential grammar in use 24 Grammar
I am doing (present continuous) and I do (present simple) Essential grammar in use 26 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
Do you Ö? (present simple questions? Basic grammar in use 14 Grammar
I am doing (present continuous) and I do (present simple) Basic grammar in use 16 Grammar
Present simple (I do) Grammar in use, intermediate 4 Grammar
Present simple (I do) English grammar in use 4 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 simple Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 10 Grammar
Present simple, I, you, we, they + and Ė forms Grammar works 1, Studentís Book 32 Grammar
Present simple, I, you, we, they? Forms; whereÖ?, whenÖ?, howÖ?, whatÖ?; prepositions of time Grammar works 1, Studentís Book 34 Grammar
Present simple all persons; adverbs of frequency Grammar works 1, Studentís Book 36 Grammar
Present continuous and present simple contrast; whatÖ? Grammar works 1, Studentís Book 42 Grammar
Review: present simple, have got Grammar works 2, Studentís Book 4 Grammar
The present simple English grammar in steps 6 Grammar
The present simple: She works English grammar in steps 6 Grammar
The present continuous: Heīs smoking OR the present simple: He smokes? English grammar in steps 13 Grammar
The present continuous and the present simple with future meaning English grammar in steps 16 Grammar
Present simple: negatives and questions Elementary, language practice 12 Grammar
Present continuous and present simple Elementary, language practice 18 Grammar
Present simple: of Be: I am, you are, he is, etc Essential language practice, beginning Students 6 Grammar
Present simple: affirmative Ė frequency adverbs Essential language practice, beginning Students 8 Grammar
Present simple: negatives and questions Essential language practice, beginning Students 11 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
The present simple Developing Grammar in Context 7 Grammar
The present simple Grammar Practice in Context 6 Grammar
Present simple††† Advanced English practice 52 Grammar
Present simple: states Advanced English practice 52 Grammar
present simple in explanations Advanced English practice 53 Grammar
Present simple for daily habits Advanced English practice 53 Grammar
Present simple (situations) Advanced English practice   Grammar
States and events: present simple or progressive Advanced English practice   Grammar
Present continuous and present simple English grammar in use supplementary exercises 6 Grammar
Present continuous and present simple; past continuous and past simple English grammar in use supplementary exercises 11 Grammar
Present simple Elementary English Grammar 77 Grammar
Present continuous and present simple Elementary English Grammar 88 Grammar
Present progressive and present present simple (present time) English Grammar Lessons Upper-Intermediate 8 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
Present continuous tense, future time Grammar essentials 56 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
Present continuous: affirmative Essential language practice, beginning Students 13 Grammar
Present continuous: negatives and questions Essential language practice, beginning Students 15 Grammar
The present continuous Developing Grammar in Context 12 Grammar
The present continuous Grammar Practice in Context 8 Grammar
Present continuous tense Graded Exercises in English 44 Grammar
Present continuous tense, negatives and questions Graded Exercises in English 46 Grammar
1.2 Actions and facts / Acciones y hechos 1.2.1 Emphasize who does the action. / …nfasis en quiťn hace la acciůn. Personal pronouns; imperatives; punctuation All-Star 1 4 Integrated skills
  Subject/object personal pronouns; possessives/the possessive case who/whose; the imperative; present simple Enterprise 1, Studentís book 16 Integrated skills
  Subject/object personal pronouns; the verb ďto beĒ; have got; can; present simple; present continuous Enterprise 2, Studentís book 4 Integrated skills
1.2.2 Emphasize on actions / …nfasis en la acciůn. Whose? and possessive pronouns; order of adjectives; pronouns one and ones; location expressions after pronouns and nouns Touchstone, Studentís book 2 75 Integrated skills
  Whose, Possessive pronouns, describing objects Reward, elementary Studentís Book 64 Integrated skills
  Possessive pronouns; should/need to/have to Skyline 2, Studentís Book 78 Integrated skills
be going, wh-questions with be going to, which one/which ones?, WhoseÖ?, possessive pronouns Connect 3, Studentís Book 16 Integrated skills
Possessive pronouns; question word: whose My world 3, Student Book 74 Integrated skills
Summary: Personal Pronouns Basic English grammar 363 Grammar
Personal pronouns as subjects and objects; possessive pronouns; demonstrative adjectives and demonstrative pronouns: this, that, these, those Grammar Builder 1 22 Grammar
Personal pronouns as subjects and objects; possessive pronouns; demonstrative adjectives and demonstrative pronouns: this, that, these, those; reflexive pronouns as objects; reflexive pronouns for emphasis Grammar Builder 2 22 Grammar
Personal pronouns as subjects and objects; possessive adjectives and possessive pronouns reflexive pronouns Grammar Builder 3 10 Grammar
personal pronouns: I and me etc. How English works 48 Grammar
Personal pronouns Practical English usage 428-9 Grammar
Possessive pronouns Grammar essentials 81 Grammar
Possessions††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Singular possessions†††† Plural possessions††† With names ending in s†††† With compoun nouns such as mother-in-lawīs††††† To show joint possession†††† With possessive pronouns such as his, hers, and ows The Blue Book of grammar and punctuation 63-64 63-64
Possessive Pronouns: Mine, Yours, His, Hers, Ours, Theirs Basic English grammar 347 Grammar
Possessive pronouns; whoseÖ? Grammar works 1, Studentís Book 14 Grammar
Possessive pronouns Graded Exercises in English 74 Grammar
Possessive pronouns Elementary English Grammar 52 Grammar
1.3 Things I own / Cosas que poseo. 1.3.1 Expressing the things I own / Expresando las cosas que poseo. Possessive adjectives; the verb be in statements, yes Ė no questions, and short answers (summary); information questions with be Touchstone, Studentís book 1 21 Integrated 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 Integrated skills
Verb be - singular - Subject pronouns - Possessive adjectives - Question using verb be Skyline 1, workbook 6 Integrated skills
1.3.2 Expressing the things others own / Expresando las cosas que otros poseen. Subject + be for description - Subject + have for description - Possessive adjectives - Likes and dislikes Skyline 1, workbook 32 Integrated skills
Much, many, a lot of; review of possessive adjectives Skyline 2, Studentís Book 14 Integrated skills
The verb have - possessive case's - Whose? American Channel Student's Book Beginners 26 Integrated skills
  Possessive adjectives (my, your, his, her, its, our, their) Grammar form and function 1 18 Grammar
Subject and Object Pronouns; Possessive Adjectives; and Possessives Pronouns Grammar form and function 3 120 Grammar
Possessive adjectives Grammar essentials 10 Grammar
Possessive adjectives and pronouns Test it English Grammar Intermediate 18 Grammar
Possessive adjectives; demonstratives Grammar works 1, Studentís Book 12 Grammar
Possessive adjectives and pronouns English grammar in steps 138 Grammar
Possessive adjectives and pronouns: my, mine, etc. My own Ö Whose Ö? English grammar in steps 221 Grammar
Possessive forms: possessive adjectives/pronouns; possessive's Grammar is Great! 3 45 Grammar
Possessive adjectives and pronouns: My, mine; whose? My own Grammar Practice in Context 138 Grammar
Possessive adjectives Graded Exercises in English 10 Grammar
Possessive adjectives Elementary English Grammar 45 Grammar
Articles: a, an, the, one; articles and possessive adjectives A Practical English Grammar Exercises 1 11 Grammar
Possessive's Elementary English Grammar 16 Grammar
Ben and Vicky's Family The Express Picture Dictionary 20 Vocabulary
Ben's Classroom The Express Picture Dictionary 44 Vocabulary
ō Editing focus: habitual past vs simple past. Pronouns and possessive adjectives. Indentation. Capitalization. Quotation marks Reason To Write. Strategies for Success in Academic Writing. Intermediate. 15 Writing
Tolstoy's Fables - Writing about a short story Reasons to write 73 Writing
What's your Verdict? - Writing a Three-Paragraph Opinion Essay Reasons to write 21 Writing
What's Your Opinion? Writers at Work 111 Writing
1.4 Questions referring to people, places and things / Preguntas con referencia a personas, lugares y cosas 1.4.1 Asking questions to acquare information about people, places and things. / Formulando preguntas para adquirir informaciůn de personas, lugares y cosas. Jobs, workplaces and school; daily schedules; clock time. Interchange 1 8 Integrated skills
Stores and places in a city; neighborhoods; houses and apartments Interchange 1 50 Integrated skills
People and places ď 34 Integrated skills
Places: Where?; Mozambique; homes Attitude, workbook 2 4 Integrated skills
Describing and giving information about places; stating preferences; presenting contrasting information; categorizing and evaluating issues Passages, Studentís Book 1 18 Integrated skills
1.4.2 Emphasizing on the object of the in process action / Enfatizando en el objeto de la acciůn en presente. See new places, meet new faces Enterprise 1 beginner, workbook 48 Integrated skills
Stores and things you can buy there, tourist attractions Interchange Intro 86 Integrated skills
The things people do! English and mind, studentís book 1 104 Integrated skills
  People around the world Enterprise 2 elementary, workbook   Integrated skills
People; childhood; memories Interchange 2 2 Integrated skills
Young people: Kids talk; overweight kids; sponsor a child Attitude, workbook 2 10 Integrated skills
People in our lives: Rules and regulations: Making friends; whatís he like?; Iím like a bird Attitude, workbook 2 64 Integrated skills
Questions forms: word order - subject questions - family words: describing people : looks + adjective vs like + noun - vowel sounds American Inside Out Pre-intermediate 4 Integrated skills
Adjective Clauses with Who, Whom, and That Referring to People Grammar form and function 2 346 Grammar
Asking people to do things Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 120 Grammar
the Ö (names of places Essential grammar in use 156 Grammar
Adjective Clauses with That and Which Referring to Things Grammar form and function 2 350 grammar
Things we say ELEMENTARY VOCABULARY 60 Vocabulary
How?††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Ways of travelling (by car, in her cra, on foot, Ö)††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† How things are made (OF, OUT OF, BY, WITH) PRACTISE YOUR PREPOSITIONS 28 Vocabulary
Describing: People and Physical Descriptions, Describing People and Things, Describing Physical States and Emotions Word by Word 42 Vocabulary
Describing people (tall, dark, handsome) ENGLISH VOCABULARY IN USE ELEMENTARY 68 Vocabulary
Countries, languages and people (American, Chinese, Greek) ENGLISH VOCABULARY IN USE ELEMENTARY 76 Vocabulary
Peopleīs Appearance ELEMENTARY VOCABULARY 43 Vocabulary
describing peopleīs appearancegood-looking, tall and slim, fair hair ENGLISH VOCABULARY IN USE PRE-INTERMEDIATE &INTERMEDIATE 98 Vocabulary
Describingpeople: appearance ENGLISH VOVABULARY IN USE UPPER-INTERMEDIATE 76 Vocabulary
Describing people: character ENGLISH VOVABULARY IN USE UPPER-INTERMEDIATE 78 Vocabulary
Locating people Oxford basics Simple Writing Activities 22 Vocabulary
Describing people Oxford basics Simple Writing Activities 34 Vocabulary
           
UNIT II
UNIDAD II
           
2.1 Anťcdotas /Anecdote 2.1.1 Describiendo eventos pasados†††††† /†††††† Describing past events Past and present English in mind, studentís book starter 90 Integrated Skills
  2.1.2Relatando anťcdotas†† /†† Narrating anecdotes Can/could; simple past. American Shine, studentís book 2 20 Integrated Skills
2.2 Comparative description about people, places and things. /Descripciůn comparativa de
personas, lugares y cosas.
2.2.1 Compare people, places and things (two elements). / Comparar personas, lugares y cosas (dos elementos). Making comparisons (1), comparative and superlative forms of adjectives Reward, elementary Studentís Book 68 Integrated Skills
Comparative and superlative adjectives; comparison structures - words, expressions and word combinations related to sports; numbers American Inside Out Pre-intermediate 22 Integrated Skills
       
  Can/canít for possibility; comparatives face2face, elementary Studentís Book 62 Integrated Skills
2.2.2 Compare people, places and things (three or more elements). / Comparar personas, lugares y cosas (tres elementos o mŠs). Past simple tense; comparatives; can/could in requests Skyline 2, Studentís Book 60 Integrated Skills
  Review of might/will/going to for plans and arrangements; review of comparatives and superlatives Skyline 3, Studentís Book 14 Integrated Skills
  Comparatives with -er, -ier, more and both Go for It Student's Book 3A 1 Integrated Skills
  The passive; comparatives and superlatives as---as; narrative tenses: past simple, past continuous, past perfect English file intermediate, Studentís Book 78 Integrated Skills
  Comparatives My world 3, Student Book 56 Integrated Skills
  Comparative adjectives; more, less, and fewer Touchstone, Studentís book 2 97 Integrated Skills
  Comparative adjectives: moreÖthan. Superlative adjectives: -est, the most Connect 3, Studentís Book 10 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
  Used to + infinitive, notÖany more/any longer; make, let, allow to + +infinitive, definite article: the; can/could/be able to English file intermediate, Studentís Book 36 Integrated Skills
  Count and noncount nouns, quantifiers, more modal auxiliaries: requests, offers and permission Interactions 1 57 Integrated Skills
  Can; present progressive: questions and negative; comparative adjectives. American Shine, studentís book 1 44 Integrated Skills
  Countable and uncountable; comparative adjectives. American Shine, studentís book 1 68 Integrated Skills
  Adjectives and adverbs: comparative and superlative forms Advanced grammar in use 144 GRAMMAR
  Comparative phrases and clauses Advanced grammar in use 146 GRAMMAR
  Comparative form of Adjectives: -er and More Grammar form and function 1 328 GRAMMAR
  Comparative and Superlative forms of Adverbs Grammar form and function 1 347 GRAMMAR
  ComparativeFormsof Adjectives and Adverbs Grammar form and function 2 274 GRAMMAR
  Comparative and Superlative Forms of Nouns Grammar form and function 2 284 GRAMMAR
  The Double Comparative (smaller and smaller) Grammar form and function 2 287 GRAMMAR
  Comparative Adjectives (Heīs older than me.) Grammar express basic 136 GRAMMAR
  Adjectives and adverbs, comparative form Grammar essentials 66 GRAMMAR
  Comparative and superlative form Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 260 GRAMMAR
  Comparative and superlative patterns (1) Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 264 GRAMMAR
  Comparative and superlative patterns (2) Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 266 GRAMMAR
  Test 19: Comparative and superlative Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 268 GRAMMAR
  The comparative:using -er and More Basic English grammar 383 GRAMMAR
  Direct mail: adding comparative and superlative structures to the sentence; adjectives that do not normally take comparative or superlative forms Exploring Grammar in Writing 14 GRAMMAR
  Comparative and superlative adjectives with more and most Grammar works 2, Studentís Book 28 GRAMMAR
  comparative and superlatives How English works 79 GRAMMAR
  comparative and superlative adverbs How English works 81 GRAMMAR
  much etc with comparatives How English works 82 GRAMMAR
  comparative or superlative? How English works 83 GRAMMAR
  comparatives: other points How English works 84 GRAMMAR
  Comparatives and superlatives (1) English grammar in steps 146 GRAMMAR
  Comparatives and superlatives (2) English grammar in steps 148 GRAMMAR
  Comparatives and superlatives (1) English grammar in steps 230 GRAMMAR
  Comparatives and superlatives (2) English grammar in steps 235 GRAMMAR
  Making comparisons 1: comparative adjectives Elementary, language practice 168 GRAMMAR
  Making comparisons: comparatives and superlatives: meaning, form - irregular forms - adverbs - making comparisons - intensifiers Intermediate Language Practice 151 GRAMMAR
  Positive adjectives and participles; comparative forms; superlative forms Interactions 2 231 GRAMMAR
  Adjectives and adverbs: adjectives: comparatives/superlatives; of manner; of time; of frequency; of place Grammar is Great! 3 68 GRAMMAR
  Comparatives and superlatives (1) Grammar Practice in Context 146 GRAMMAR
  Comparatives and superlatives (2) Grammar Practice in Context 148 GRAMMAR
  Adverbs and adjectives, comparative form Graded Exercises in English 61 GRAMMAR
  Comparative and superlative adjectives and adverbs Practical English usage 137-141 GRAMMAR
  Comparatives and superlatives English grammar in use supplementary exercises 100 GRAMMAR
  Making comparisons with asÖas; comparative and superlative; comparative and superlative forms of adjectives and adverbs; using comparatives; using more with nouns; repeating a compartive; using dobble comparatives and superlatives; using the same, similar, different, like, alike Fundamentals of English Grammar 327 GRAMMAR
  Comparative and superlative adjective and adverbs English Grammar Lessons Upper-Intermediate 64 GRAMMAR
  Comparison such as -er vs. -est and more vs. Most The Blue Book of grammar and punctuation 10 GRAMMAR
  Language for writing: comparing data with more than/fewer than/less than. Working with words that explain data Reason To Write. Strategies for Success in Academic Writing. High Beginning. 65 WRITING
  Comparing customs and habits; presenting contrasting information; making generalizations; discussing concerns and offering solutions; describing a mental process Passages, Studentís Book 1 38 Integrated Skills
  Comparing and contrasting customs; predicting the future; making hypotheses; giving advice; explaining preferences Passages, Studentís Book 1 94 Integrated Skills
  Talking about products on the market; comparing experiences; stating reasons; giving and asking for advice Passages, Studentís Book 2 66 Integrated Skills
  Talking about hypothetical situations; comparing and contrasting personal preferences; expressing values and preferences in work and business Passages, Studentís Book 2 102 Integrated Skills
  Comparing past and present; simple past statements; negative simple past statements All-Star 1 132 Integrated Skills
  Making comparisons (2), comparative and superlative forms of longer adjectives Reward, elementary Studentís Book 70 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
  Make comparisons with asÖas and not asÖas; ask negative questions when you want or expect someone to agree with you Touchstone, Studentís book 4 11 Integrated Skills
  not as Ö as Essential grammar in use 188 GRAMMAR
  not as Ö as Basic grammar in use 180 GRAMMAR
  Compariosn (3) - as Ö as / than Grammar in use, intermediate 206 GRAMMAR
  Unless†† As long as and provided/providing Grammar in use, intermediate 222 GRAMMAR
  Compariosn (3) - as Ö as / than English grammar in use 214 GRAMMAR
  Unless†† As long as and provided/providing English grammar in use 230 GRAMMAR
  As.. As with Adverbs†† Writing / Self test Grammar form and function 1 350 GRAMMAR
  As + Adjective + As; As + Adverb + As Grammar form and function 2 271 GRAMMAR
2.3 Describe actions and changes / Describiendo acciones y cambios 2.3.1 Comparing actions. / Comparando acciones.        
Describing works of art; expressing preferences; comparing and contrasting; describing styles of art; describing artists and commenting on their styles; commenting on facts Passages, Studentís Book 2 46 Integrated Skills
Cultural comparisons and culture shock; moving abroad; emotions; customs; tourism and travel abroad Interchange 3 30 Integrated Skills
Gerund; verb + infinitive; comparison of adverbs; reading personal letter American Shine, studentís book 3 8 Integrated Skills
Simple past perfect; comparison of adjectives; comparison of adverbs American Shine, studentís book 4 32 Integrated Skills
Making comparisons Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 34 Integrated Skills
Adjectives/order of adjectives/comparisons; expressing certainty; will Enterprise 2, Studentís book 14 Integrated Skills
Order of adjective; making comparisons Enterprise 2, course book 18 Integrated Skills
Superlatives with -(i)est, the most, irregular comparisons : good, better, the best, bad, worse, the worst Go for It Student's Book 3A 37 Integrated Skills
Essays and reports: Comparing approaches; making your own point and supporting it with references Exploring Grammar in Writing 117 GRAMMAR
Ways of comparing 1 Developing Grammar in Context 255 GRAMMAR
Ways of comparing 2 Developing Grammar in Context 261 GRAMMAR
2.3.2 Ask questions about people, things, time, place. /Formulando preguntas de personas, cosas, tiempo, lugar.        
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
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 Integrated Skills
Wh questions with be; questions with how many; singular and plural nouns; capitalization All-Star 1 52 Integrated Skills
Direct and indirect yes/no and wh- questions All-Star 4 4 Integrated Skills
Present simple (4): for habits and routines; wh- questions; third person singular (he/she/it) Reward, elementary Studentís Book 9 Integrated Skills
Past Simple (4): negatives Wh- questions Reward, elementary Studentís Book 50 Integrated 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 Integrated Skills
was/were statements. Was/Were Ö? Wh-questions with did. Wh-questions with was/were vs with did Connect 3, Studentís Book 8 Integrated Skills
be going, wh-questions with be going to, which one/which ones?, WhoseÖ?, possessive pronouns Connect 3, Studentís Book 16 Integrated Skills
Passive Voice, adverbial clauses with when, When / How long questions Go for It Student's Book 3A 19 Integrated Skills
Future wit going to, want to be, What, Where, When, How questions Go for It Student's Book 3A 25 Integrated Skills
Information questions, with going to; agreeing with so or either, neither My world 3, Student Book 26 Integrated Skills
Questions forms: word order - subject questions - family words: describing people : looks + adjective vs like + noun - vowel sounds American Inside Out Pre-intermediate 4 Integrated Skills
Question forms in the main tenses and with modals - subject vs object questions- questions ending with prepositions - Friendship expressions - English pop songs - stress in questions - vowel sounds American Inside Out Intermediate 4 Integrated Skills
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
Wh-questions with who, whom, which, how and whose Advanced grammar in use 52 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 Present Tense: Wh-Questions Writing/ Self-Test Grammar form and function 1 88 GRAMMAR
The Simple Past Tense: Wh-Questions (where did you work?) Grammar form and function 1 167 GRAMMAR
Yes/No Questions and Short Aswer; Wh-QuestionsWriting†† / Self-test Grammar form and function 2 20 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
Questions with How Grammar form and function 2 171 GRAMMAR
word order:Wh-questions (Who did you ask?/Who asked you?) Grammar express basic 74 GRAMMAR
Perfect tenses, information questions Grammar essentials 93 GRAMMAR
Have to, information questions Grammar essentials 112 GRAMMAR
Wh-questions Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 88 GRAMMAR
The simple present: Asking information Questions with When and What time Basic English grammar 66 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, whcih 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
Questions English grammar in steps 46 GRAMMAR
Wh-questions; subject and object questions Elementary, language practice 78 GRAMMAR
Wh- questions Ė subject and object questions Essential language practice, beginning Students 81 GRAMMAR
Questions 1: yes/no questions - Wh- questions - question words as the subject - negative questions - short answers Intermediate Language Practice 106 GRAMMAR
Question forms: yes/no questions / question words; question tags Grammar is Great! 3 60 GRAMMAR
Questions Practical English usage 480 GRAMMAR
Questions English grammar in use supplementary exercises 64 GRAMMAR
Questions words Elementary English Grammar 162 GRAMMAR
Yes/no questions and short answers; yes/no questions and information questions; using who, who(m) and what; using what + a form of do; using what kind of; using which, whose, how, how often how far; expressing length of time: it + take; more questions with how; using how about and what about; tag questions Fundamentals of English Grammar 124 GRAMMAR
Questions forms and question tags English Grammar Lessons Upper-Intermediate 28 GRAMMAR
Asking questions with What and Who + Be Basic English grammar 32 GRAMMAR
What are you doing tomorrow? Essential grammar in use 60 GRAMMAR
What are you doing tomorrow? Basic grammar in use 52 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
Who, what or which? Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 94 GRAMMAR
The Simple Past: Using Where, When, What time, and Why Basic English grammar 203 GRAMMAR
Present simple, I, you, we, they? Forms; whereÖ?, whenÖ?, howÖ?, whatÖ?; prepositions of time Grammar works 1, Studentís Book 34 GRAMMAR
Present continuous and present simple contrast; whatÖ? Grammar works 1, Studentís Book 42 GRAMMAR
Why..?Öbecause; how + adjective..? What + noun.? Grammar works 1, Studentís Book 56 GRAMMAR
which? And what? How English works 31 GRAMMAR
what Ö like, what time, what sort etc How English works 212 GRAMMAR
Who, what, which? Do you know who/what/if? Etc. English grammar in steps 50 GRAMMAR
The relative pronouns where, whose, what English grammar in steps 188 GRAMMAR
The question words Who? What? Which? Do you know Who/what/ if, etc? English grammar in steps 69 GRAMMAR
The relative pronouns where, whose, what English grammar in steps 299 GRAMMAR
Frequently asked questions†† howīs it going? Whatīs the matter? ENGLISH VOCABULARY IN USE PRE-INTERMEDIATE &INTERMEDIATE 42 VOCABULARY
       
       
2.3.3 Describe changes arising from people, places, things / Describir cambios surgidos en personas, lugares, cosas        
Simple past passive review; simple past perfect and simple past; past perfect progressive; reading American Shine, studentís book 3 32 Integrated Skills
The passive voice; passives formed with modal verbs; past participle American Shine, studentís book 4 80 Integrated Skills
The simple past passive; the simple past passive with by + agent; adverbs with the passive Touchstone, Studentís book 3 117 Integrated Skills
Active and passive verbs; forming the passive All-Star 4 58 Integrated Skills
The passive. Passive infinitive; passive gerund Reward Upper-Intermediate, Studentís Book 56 Integrated Skills
Passive constructions with say, believe. Speculating about the past; may have, might have, must have, can't have Reward Upper-Intermediate, Studentís Book 82 Integrated Skills
Passive voice Enterprise 2, course book 62 Integrated Skills
Passive voice (questions and statement) Connect 4, Studentís Book 61 Integrated Skills
Passive: all tenses; passive modals Profiles, Studentís Book 3 62 Integrated Skills
Passive voice, present perfect for recent events, irregular past tense verbs - verb combinations - showing empathy American Inside Out Intermediate 50 Integrated Skills
Review of the passive voice World Pass Upper-intermediate 14 Integrated Skills
Overview of the passive form World Pass Advanced 78 Integrated Skills
The passive voice with simple present tense; the passive voice with the simple past tense Interactions 1 255 Integrated Skills
is done†† was done (passive1) Essential grammar in use 52 GRAMMAR
is done and was done (passive1) Basic grammar in use 44 GRAMMAR
Passive (1) ( is done / was done) Grammar in use, intermediate 78 GRAMMAR
Passive (1) ( is done / was done) English grammar in use 84 GRAMMAR
Forming passive sentences (1) Advanced grammar in use 44 GRAMMAR
Active and Passive Voice Verbs: Simple Present, Simple Past, Present Perfect, Past Perfect, and Future Tense Grammar form and function 2 296 GRAMMAR
Passive voice Grammar essentials 117 GRAMMAR
Passive voice, negatives and questions Grammar essentials 120 GRAMMAR
Active vs. Passive voice The Blue Book of grammar and punctuation 14 GRAMMAR
Passive verb form Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 130 GRAMMAR
Active and passive (1) Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 132 GRAMMAR
Active and passive (2) Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 134 GRAMMAR
Active and passive voice: tense and number; Grammar Builder 2 86 GRAMMAR
Active and passive voice: tense and agreement; sentences without agents; perfect tense and modals Grammar Builder 3 98 GRAMMAR
Active and passive voice: tense and agreement, phrasal verbs; present and past continuous tenses, the passive with by or with; present, past and future perfect tesnses, be supposed to Grammar Builder 4 66 GRAMMAR
Active and passive voice: tense and agreement; verbs with two objects, the use of it; passive infinitive, passive + "ing" form, adverbs; to have something done, complement of verb, instructions Grammar Builder 5 66 GRAMMAR
Modals: positive, negative statements and questions, passive structure Grammar Builder 5 86 GRAMMAR
Passive Ė present and past simple Grammar works 2, Studentís Book 56 GRAMMAR
Test 11: The passive Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 142 GRAMMAR
passive structures How English works 176 GRAMMAR
reasons for using passives How English works 178 GRAMMAR
passives: verbs with two objects How English works 180 GRAMMAR
The passive (1) forms and main uses English grammar in steps 40 GRAMMAR
The passive (2) other constructions English grammar in steps 42 GRAMMAR
Passive 1 Elementary, language practice 148 GRAMMAR
Passive 2: agent Elementary, language practice 150 GRAMMAR
Passive 1 Essential language practice, beginning Students 154 GRAMMAR
Passive 2 Essential language practice, beginning Students 156 GRAMMAR
Passive: form, use - Using by and with - Sentences without an agent - Transitive and intransitive verbs Intermediate Language Practice 61 GRAMMAR
Verbs with two objects - to be born - have something done - Passive + infinitive Intermediate Language Practice 66 GRAMMAR
The passive voice with the simple present and simple past tenses; the passive voice with the present perfect tense; the passive voice with the present continuous tense; the passive voice with modal auxiliaries Interactions 1 245 GRAMMAR
The passive voice with simple tenses; the passive voice with the present perfect tense; the passive voice with the present continuous tense; the passive voice with modal auxiliaries Interactions 2 265 GRAMMAR
The passive Developing Grammar in Context 151 GRAMMAR
Verbs confused with the passive Developing Grammar in Context 157 GRAMMAR
Verb forms: verb tenses; the future; be, have and do; Modal verbs; the passive Oxford Leaner's Grammar 37 GRAMMAR
The passive (1) forms and main uses Grammar Practice in Context 40 GRAMMAR
The passive (2) other constructions Grammar Practice in Context 42 GRAMMAR
Passive voice Graded Exercises in English 103 GRAMMAR
Passive voice, negatives and questions Graded Exercises in English 106 GRAMMAR
Passives Practical English usage 412 GRAMMAR
The passive voice Advanced English practice 105 GRAMMAR
Active >Passive transforms Advanced English practice 110 GRAMMAR
Active >Passive transforms Advanced English practice 111 GRAMMAR
Active sentences and passive sentences; tense forms of passive verbs; transitive and intransitive verbs; using "by-phrase"; the passive forms of the present and past progressive; passive modal auxiliaries; summary: passive verb forms; using past participles as adjectives (stative passive); pasticipial adjectives: -ed vs -ing; get + adjective, get + past participple; using be used/accustomed to and get used/accustomed to; using be supposed to Fundamentals of English Grammar 276 GRAMMAR
Forming the passive; using passive; indirect objects used as passive subjects; the passive form of modals and phrasal modals; stative passive; common stative passive verbs + prepositons; the passive adjectives Understanding and using English grammar 208 GRAMMAR
Passive: active to passive; passive to active A Practical English Grammar Exercises 1 123 GRAMMAR
The passive: active to passive and with phrasal verbs and with changes of construction A Practical English Grammar Exercises 2 107 GRAMMAR
The passive English Grammar Lessons Upper-Intermediate 96 GRAMMAR
passive Essential Grammar in Use Elementary 263 GRAMMAR
Using passives Advanced grammar in use 48 GRAMMAR
ActiveVersus Passive Voice Grammatically CORRECT 286 GRAMMAR
Verb tenses: interrogatives 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 voice; causitive have; gerunds and infinitives; used to, be/get used to††††††† Grammar is Great! 3 85 GRAMMAR
The Passive Voice: Overview Grammar form and function 3 212 GRAMMAR
The Passive Voice of Modals and Modal Phrases Grammar form and function 3 219 GRAMMAR
The Passive Voice with Get; Get + Adjective Grammar form and function 3 222 GRAMMAR
It + a Passive Voice Vebr + a ThatClause Grammar form and function 3 226 GRAMMAR
Perfect Infinitives and Perfect Gerunds; Passive Voice of Infinitives and Gerunds Grammar form and function 3 275 GRAMMAR
passives: progressive, perfect etc How English works 181 GRAMMAR
passives: complex structures How English works 182 GRAMMAR
The Passive form of the Present Progressive and Past Progressive Tense Grammar form and function 2 306 GRAMMAR
The Passive forms of Modals Grammar form and function 2 306 GRAMMAR
passive forms of phrasal and prepositional verbs Advanced English practice 110 GRAMMAR
is being done†† has been done (passive 2) Essential grammar in use 54 GRAMMAR
is being doneand has been done (passive2) Basic grammar in use 46 GRAMMAR
Passive (2) (be/been/being done) Grammar in use, intermediate 80 GRAMMAR
Passive 3 Grammar in use, intermediate 82 GRAMMAR
Passive (2) (be done /been done /being done) English grammar in use 86 GRAMMAR
Passive 3 English grammar in use 88 GRAMMAR
Forming passive sentences (2): verb + ing or to-infinitive Advanced grammar in use 46 GRAMMAR
Reporting with passive verbs; It is said that Ö Advanced grammar in use 50 GRAMMAR
Special passive structures Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 136 GRAMMAR
prepositions in passive clauses How English works 292 GRAMMAR
The passive 1: He was sacked Forms and main uses English grammar in steps 53 GRAMMAR
The passive 2: other constructions English grammar in steps 56 GRAMMAR
Passive 1: basic uses; using and not mentioning the agent Advanced Language Practice 33 GRAMMAR
Passive 2: Have and get something done, need doing; passive get; reporting verbs; verbs with prepositions; common contexts for the passive Advanced Language Practice 40 GRAMMAR
Passive sentences without īagents Advanced English practice 106 GRAMMAR
Passive sentnces with and without īagentsī Advanced English practice 107 GRAMMAR
Preposition in passive sentences Advanced English practice 108 GRAMMAR
Phrasal and prepositional verbs in the passive Advanced English practice 109 GRAMMAR
Passive transforms of subject + verb + indirect object + direct object Advanced English practice 111 GRAMMAR
Passive transforms of subject + verb + īthatīclause Advanced English practice 112 GRAMMAR
Passive transforms using the infinitve Advanced English practice 113 GRAMMAR
Active >Passive transforms Advanced English practice 115 GRAMMAR
Passive> Active transforms Advanced English practice 115 GRAMMAR
make in the passive (situations) Advanced English practice 159 GRAMMAR
The passive English grammar in use supplementary exercises 56 GRAMMAR
Infinitive of purpose: in order to; adjectives followed by infinitives; using infinitives with too and enough; passive and past forms of infinitives following need; using a possessive to modify a gerund; using the simple form after Let and help; using causitive verbs: make, have, get Understanding and using English grammar 297 GRAMMAR
           
UNIT III
UNIDAD III
           
3.1 Experiences and achievements. / Experiencias y logros 3.1.1 Express experiences and achievements. / Expresando experiencias y logros. Experiences: Traveling; have you ever?; messages Attitude, workbook 2 52 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Present perfect (1): talking about experiences Reward, elementary Studentís Book 76 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Present perfect and simple past; present perfect American Shine, studentís book 2 80 INTEGRATED SKILLS
3.1.2Express permission, offerings, requirements, obligations and needs. / Expresando permiso, ofrecimientos, requerimientos, obligaciones y necesidades. Present perfect statements; present perfect and simple past questions and answers Touchstone, Studentís book 3 11 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Present perfect (2): talking about recent events, just and yet Reward, elementary Studentís Book 78 INTEGRATED SKILLS
  Present perfect; past simple; ever/never; just; yet/already; for/since Enterprise 1, Studentís book 64 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Present perfect simple; past simple vs. present perfect simple; present perfect continuous Enterprise 2, Studentís book 34 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Past tense; present perfect with ever/never; verb forms Skyline 2, Studentís Book 86 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Review of present perfect vs. past simple, too and enough; too much/too many Skyline 3, Studentís Book 32 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Present perfect or past simple, reflexive pronouns (himself, etc.), each other; present perfect continuous or simple, yet, just, already, both, neither, either English file intermediate, Studentís Book 8 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Simple past for completed actions contrasted with present perfect for past actions that are still real or true in the present - since and for - Love and relationship expressions - simple and compund adjectives describing personality - criticisms and generalization: can be (at times), tends to be, get to mean become American Inside Out Intermediate 24 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Review of the simple past and the present perfect: telling and listening to stories World Pass Upper-intermediate 2 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Past simple and present perfect Advanced grammar in use 6 GRAMMAR
I have doneand I did (present perfect and simple past 1) Basic grammar in use 38 GRAMMAR
Just, already, and yet (present perfect and simple past 2) Basic grammar in use 40 GRAMMAR
Iīve los my key.†† I lost my key last week. (present Perfect and simple past 3) Basic grammar in use 42 GRAMMAR
3.2 Cause and effect / Causa y efecto. 3.2.1Describe sequences of actions in a story. / Describir secuencias de acciones en un relato. Describing a sequence of events (3), as soon as, when and after for future events Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 76 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Presenting information in chronological order; narrating news events; organizing and presenting topical information Passages, Studentís Book 1 58 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Time and sequence†† as soon as, while, eventually ENGLISH VOCABULARY IN USE PRE-INTERMEDIATE &INTERMEDIATE 80 VOCABULARY
3.2.2 Cause and effect / Causa y efecto. Zero conditional: in case Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 74 INTEGRATED SKILLS
  Present simple and present progressive; zero conditional Profiles, Studentís Book 3 12 INTEGRATED SKILLS
3.2.3 Situations, facts and opinions / Situaciones, hechos y opiniones Conditionals (1); zero, first and second conditionals, if and when Reward Upper-Intermediate, Studentís Book 50 INTEGRATED SKILLS
  Type 0: cause and effect Advanced English practice 89 GRAMMAR
  If we go Ö††† If you see etc Essential grammar in use 210 GRAMMAR
  If we go Ö††† If you see etc Basic grammar in use 226 GRAMMAR
  When and if Practical English usage 618 GRAMMAR
  When, if Elementary English Grammar 208 GRAMMAR
  Cause and effect ACADEMIC VOCABULARY IN USE 68 VOCABULARY
  Cause and effect ENGLISH VOCABULARY IN USE ADVANCED 158 VOCABULARY
3.3 Opinions and reasons / Opiniones y razones 3.3.1 Express reasons. / Expresar razones. Noun clauses, criteria for a great athlete; expressing purpose, parts of the body; verb + verb constructions, crossword Attitude, workbook 4 46 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Noun clauses (1) (using wh-question words); expressing purpose; verb + verb constructions (to + infinitive / -ing verb); recycle: linkers expressing contrast and Ėing verbs Attitude, workbook 4 80 INTEGRATED SKILLS
3.3.2 Express purposes. / Expresar propůsito Stating facts, making recommendation; making recommendations; describing processes and strategies giving reasons and purposes; talking about hopes and dreams Passages, Studentís Book 1 10 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Would you like Ö? Iīd like Ö Essential grammar in use 78 GRAMMAR
Would you like Ö? Iīd like Ö Basic grammar in use 70 GRAMMAR
Desires: Would like, Would rather (Would you like fruit? Iīd rather have cake) Grammar express basic 172 GRAMMAR
Verb complementation; reasons and purposes: because/so/so that/to Skyline 3, Studentís Book 42 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
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
Is there? and are there?; pronouns one and some; offers and requests with Can and Could Touchstone, Studentís book 2 53 INTEGRATED SKILLS
offers and requests; indirect questions - telephone language; social register; telephone numbers: say, tell and ask American Inside Out Pre-intermediate 82 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Count and noncount nouns, quantifiers, more modal auxiliaries: requests, offers and permission Interactions 1 57 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Verbs with two objects; complaining and apologizing; making requests Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 24 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Modals of deduction: might/could, must, canít, connectors: although, however, etc.; reported speech: statements and questions: reported speech: imperatives and request, in case English file intermediate, Studentís Book 92 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Review of modals: should/shouldnít/must/canít: past modals: should have/shouldnít have/must have/could have Profiles, Studentís Book 3 82 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
Modals of deduction, narrative tenses - words and expressions about architecture and art, expressions with wirds to describe illness and injury, word families: different parts of speech - word linking American Inside Out Upper-Intermediate 88 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Needn't, can, must, mustn't Reward, elementary Studentís Book 74 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Possessive pronouns; should/need to/have to Skyline 2, Studentís Book 78 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Must and mustnít; future simple; should an shouldnít American Shine, studentís book 2 32 INTEGRATED SKILLS
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
Modal verbs must, may, might, canít or could for speculating; adjectives ending in Ėed vs. adjectives ending in Ėing Touchstone, Studentís book 3 107 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Should/shouldnít; must/mustnít; can/canít/could/couldnít Enterprise 1, Studentís book 60 INTEGRATED SKILLS
The imperative; reflexive pronouns; might/could; must/have to; can/be allowed to; could/couldnít Enterprise 2, Studentís book 50 INTEGRATED SKILLS
The imperative; might; could; have to/had to; must (nít); can; be allowed to Enterprise 2, course book 70 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Must, might and could Connect 4, Studentís Book 31 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Modals of advice, obligatio 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
Asking for and giving advice; must and should Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 38 INTEGRATED SKILLS
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
Used to and would + infinitive Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 16 INTEGRATED SKILLS
Modals: can and may Grammar Builder 1 134 GRAMMAR
Modals: can and may, must Grammar Builder 2 162 GRAMMAR
Modals: can, could, may, might, must, shall, should, will, would Grammar Builder 3 146 GRAMMAR
Modals: positive and negativestatements and questions Grammar Builder 4 86 GRAMMAR
Modals of ability and possibility Elementary, language practice 84 GRAMMAR
Modals of obligation Elementary, language practice 86 GRAMMAR
Modals of negative obligation Elementary, language practice 88 GRAMMAR
Modals of ability and possibility: can, cannot, be able to Essential language practice, beginning Students 87 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
Modals of possibility and certainty: may, might, could, canít, must Essential language practice, beginning Students 96 GRAMMAR
Requests, invitations and suggestions††† Could youÖ? How about Ö? If you like ENGLISH VOCABULARY IN USE PRE-INTERMEDIATE &INTERMEDIATE 36 VOCABULARY
           
UNIT IV
UNIDAD IV
           
4.1 Future plans / Planes futuros 4.1.1 Express future plans and intentions / Expresar planes futuros e intenciones Future plans, intentions and arrangements; going to or will to predict the future, the family; second conditional, friendship, crossword Attitude, workbook 4 22 INTEGRATED SKILL
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 SKILL
Going to, will, shall; future progressive, future perfect; future use of simple present and present progressive American Shine, studentís book 4 44 INTEGRATED SKILL
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 SKILL
Making comparisons; the future: will, be going to, present continuous face2face, Intermediate Studentís Book 36 INTEGRATED SKILL
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 SKILL
The Present Progressive Tense to Express Future Time Grammar form and function 2 64 GRAMMAR
The future with Be going to (They are going to change soon.) Grammar express basic 60 GRAMMAR
The future with Will (He will leaveat 5:00. He wonīt stay.) Grammar express basic 64 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
Future time - will - be going to - Present continuous - Problems Intermediate Language Practice 29 GRAMMAR
Going to, future tense Graded Exercises in English 54 GRAMMAR
Future time:going to, will, present progressive andpresent simple English Grammar Lessons Upper-Intermediate 76 GRAMMAR
Future forms: Tthe 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
ō Language for writing: using the future tense with will. Working with adverbs of manner Reason To Write. Strategies for Success in Academic Writing. High Beginning. 29 WRITING
Future going to - want to, would like to American Channel Student's Book Beginners 104 INTEGRATED SKILL
Future tense with will My world 3, Student Book 86 INTEGRATED SKILL
Will and be going to Advanced grammar in use 18 GRAMMAR
Be going to (I am going to work on my essay.) Grammar form and function 2 56 GRAMMAR
Will (people will work on other planets some day.) Grammar form and function 2 59 GRAMMAR
Be Going to OR will Grammar form and function 2 62 GRAMMAR
Be going to Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 60 GRAMMAR
Will and be going to Oxford practice grammar, intermediate 62 GRAMMAR
Problems: will and going to Essential language practice, beginning Students 63 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
The future: will/shall, going to English grammar in use supplementary exercises 33 GRAMMAR
Present continuous for the future Elementary English Grammar 117 GRAMMAR
Going to Elementary English Grammar 120 GRAMMAR
Will Elementary English Grammar 123 GRAMMAR
Will, going to Elementary English Grammar 126 GRAMMAR
The Future Tense: The Present Progressive as a Future Tense Grammar form and function 1 201 GRAMMAR
4.1.2 Promises and offers. /Promesas y ofrecimientos. 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 SKILL
  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
  Going to, future tense Grammar essentials 54 GRAMMAR
  Present continuous tense, future time Grammar essentials 56 GRAMMAR
  Future Time: using will Basic English grammar 242 GRAMMAR
  Future will Grammar works 2, Studentís Book 18 GRAMMAR
  Present continuous with future meaning; nobody, something, anywhere Grammar works 2, Studentís Book 22 GRAMMAR
  The present continuous and the present simple with future meaning English grammar in steps 14 GRAMMAR
  What are you doing tomorrow? Basic grammar in use 52 GRAMMAR
  Iīm going to Ö Basic grammar in use 54 GRAMMAR
  Will (1) Basic grammar in use 56 GRAMMAR
  Will (2) Basic grammar in use 58 GRAMMAR
  (Iīm) going to (do) Grammar in use, intermediate 38 GRAMMAR
  will (1) Grammar in use, intermediate 40 GRAMMAR
  will (2) Grammar in use, intermediate 42 GRAMMAR
  I will and Iīm going to Grammar in use, intermediate 44 GRAMMAR
  Preferences, promises, reminders, requesting, suggesting, warning Elementary, language practice 120 GRAMMAR
  Functions Ė meetings, promises, immediate decisions, refusing: will Essential language practice, beginning Students 60 GRAMMAR
  Functions 4: preferences, promises, reminders, requesting, suggesting, warning Essential language practice, beginning Students 125 GRAMMAR
  Going to or will? Grammar Practice in Context 36 GRAMMAR
4.2 Possibility and predictions / Posibilidad y prediciones 4.2.1 Express possibility and predictions / Expresar Posibilidad y predicciones Future simple (2): (will) for predictions Reward, elementary Studentís Book 88 INTEGRATED SKILL
Making predictions: may and might; going to and will Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 40 INTEGRATED SKILL
Will/wonít and going to for predictions; the first conditional Skyline 3, Studentís Book 24 INTEGRATED SKILL
Will for predictions and assumption, using discourse markers - prepositional phrases, vocabulary of internet and e-mail American Inside Out Advanced 68 INTEGRATED SKILL
Predictions Ė certainty and uncertainty: will Essential language practice, beginning Students 57 GRAMMAR
Present tenses ( I am doing / I do) with a FutureMeaning Grammar in use, intermediate 36 GRAMMAR
The Future Tense: Be Going to Grammar form and function 1 194 GRAMMAR
The Future Tense: will Grammar form and function 1 205 GRAMMAR
Conditional sentences, future possible Grammar essentials 158 GRAMMAR
Future plans and predictions Elementary, language practice 52 GRAMMAR
Future plans and predictions; going to Essential language practice, beginning Students 54 GRAMMAR
Conditional sentences, future possible Graded Exercises in English 141 GRAMMAR
Future Time Expressions Grammar form and function 1 199 GRAMMAR
Time expressions Test your Prepositions 27 VOCABULARY
Time expressions Build your vocabulary 1 9 VOCABULARY
Time words (2) (next year, often) ENGLISH VOCABULARY IN USE ELEMENTARY 38 VOCABULARY
Using Today, Tonight, and This + morning, Afternoon, Evening, week, Month, year Basic English grammar 239 GRAMMAR
future: going to How English works 132 GRAMMAR
future: present progressive How English works 134 GRAMMAR
Going to or will? English grammar in steps 36 GRAMMAR
Going to or will? English grammar in steps 48 GRAMMAR
4.3 Opinions / Opiniones 4.3.1 Express opinions / Expresar opiniones. Entertainment; movies and books; reactions and opinions Interchange 2 86 INTEGRATED SKILL
Recommendations; opinions; social issues; controversial issues Interchange 3 100 INTEGRATED SKILL
Sports and Leisure: Leisure activities; different lifestyles; opinions; quiz on sports and leisure Attitude, studentís book 1 18 INTEGRATED SKILL
Stating and supporting opinions; describing personal characteristics; discussing hypothetical situations; explaining decisions Passages, Studentís Book 1 102 INTEGRATED SKILL
Defining and describing friendship; expressing opinions; stating preferences; describing incidents and events; talking about rules Passages, Studentís Book 2 2 INTEGRATED SKILL
Reflexive pronouns, Saying what you want to say, giving opinions, making decisions Reward, elementary Studentís Book 62 INTEGRATED SKILL
Adverbs (2): formations, giving opinions, emphasising Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 50 INTEGRATED SKILL
Reporting statements and opinions; requesting and stating information Skyline 3, Studentís Book 86 INTEGRATED SKILL
Past time; used to, opinions, advice and suggestions - cars; adverbs of manner and attitude American Inside Out Pre-intermediate 112 INTEGRATED SKILL
Modal 1 present and future: form and meaning - Ability - Certainty and uncertainty - Obligation - Opinions and advice Intermediate Language Practice 69 GRAMMAR
Modal 2 past: Ability - Certainty and uncertainty - Obligation - Opinions and advice Intermediate Language Practice 75 GRAMMAR
ō Writing practice: expressing opinions and giving reasons Reason To Write. Strategies for Success in Academic Writing. High Beginning. 88 WRITING
Think about and think that Basic English grammar 102 GRAMMAR
Reporting what people say using nouns and adjectives Advanced grammar in use 76 GRAMMAR
Things we say ELEMENTARY VOCABULARY 60 VOCABULARY
       
Some; any/much; many/a few; a little/phrases of quantity; giving advice; conditionals type 0; time words Enterprise 2, Studentís book 30 INTEGRATED SKILL
4.3.2Provide additional infromaciůn. / Proporcionar infromaciůn adicional.††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† 4.3.3Report information. / Reportar informaciůn. Asking for information, invitations, offers, permission Elementary, language practice 118 GRAMMAR
Functions 3: asking for information, invitations, offers, permission Essential language practice, beginning Students 122 GRAMMAR
Functions: What is a function? - Asking for information - Offers - Permission - Promising - Requests - Requests with mind - Suggesting and advising Intermediate Language Practice 94 GRAMMAR
First conditional and future time clauses; zero conditional; conditionals with imperatives and modal verbs; in case face2face, Intermediate Studentís Book 44 INTEGRATED SKILL
Future simple; be going to; present continuous; conditionals type 1; when/if Enterprise 2, Studentís book 24 INTEGRATED SKILL
Will; be going to; present continuous (future meaning); conditionals type 1; if/when Enterprise 2, course book 34 INTEGRATED SKILL
Future conditional, noun phrases as subject Icon 3 8 INTEGRATED SKILL
The Future Conditional Grammar form and function 2 69 GRAMMAR
Zero conditional: in case Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 74 INTEGRATED SKILL
Present simple and present progressive; zero conditional Profiles, Studentís Book 3 12 INTEGRATED SKILL
Conditionals and results - Zero conditional: If + present simple, Ö present simple - First conditional: If + present simple, Ö will/won't - Second conditional: If + past simple, Ö would/wouldn't - unless - Other uses of would Intermediate Language Practice 50 GRAMMAR
First, second and Zero conditional sentences Developing Grammar in Context 139 GRAMMAR
First conditional; past progressive; past progressive and simple past American Shine, studentís book 2 68 INTEGRATED SKILL
First conditional; second conditional; third conditional American Shine, studentís book 4 68 INTEGRATED SKILL
First conditional Reward Intermediate, Studentís Book 80 INTEGRATED SKILL
Conditionals (1); zero, first and second conditionals, if and when Reward Upper-Intermediate, Studentís Book 50 INTEGRATED SKILL
Review of past tenses and present perfect; conditionals: zero, first and second Skyline 4, Studentís Book 6 INTEGRATED SKILL
First conditional Grammar works 2, Studentís Book 54 GRAMMAR
Conditionals: general truth /type 0); future (type 1); improbable (type 2); past (type 3) Grammar is Great! 3 211 GRAMMAR
Type 0: cause and effect Advanced English practice 89 GRAMMAR
Cause and effect (situatioons) Advanced English practice 89 GRAMMAR
Type 1: open conditions Advanced English practice 90 GRAMMAR
Basic forms (situation)Type 1: varation Advanced English practice 90 GRAMMAR
should and sill in conditional clauses Advanced English practice 91 GRAMMAR
Type 1: alternative forms Advanced English practice 92 GRAMMAR
Review of Type 1 conditions Advanced English practice 92 GRAMMAR