UNIT 1 TO 8

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UNIT 1 TO 8
1 UNIT 1
1.1 Grammar 1
1.1.1 Present Simple

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  • Possitive: Subject+be+verb Negative: Subject+be+not+verb Question:Be+subject+verb
1.1.2 Present continous

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  • Possitive: Subject+be+verb+ing Negative: Subject+be+not+verb+ing Question: Be+subject+verb+ing
1.2 Grammar 2
1.2.1 Stative verbs
2 UNIT 2
2.1 Grammar 1
2.1.1 Past Simple
2.1.2 Past Continous
2.2 Grammar 2
2.2.1 Used to
2.2.2 Would
3 UNIT 3
3.1 Grammar 1
3.1.1 Countable nouns

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  • a number of, a few, a lot of, how many, a lot of, lots of...
3.1.2 Uncountable nouns

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  • a piece of, a little, little, much, some, the, how much...
3.2 Grammar 2

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  • Articles: a, an, the
4 UNIT 5
4.1 Vocabulary

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  • Engine, Research, Equipment, Develop.
4.2 Writting Vocabulary

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  • Could you, I look forward to, However, Secondly.
5 UNIT 6
5.1 Grammar
5.1.1 1 Modals
5.1.1.1 Ability

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  • -Can -Could
5.1.1.2 Obligation

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  • -Must -Have to
5.1.1.3 Permission

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  • -Can -Could -May
5.1.1.4 Advice

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  • -Should -Ought to
5.1.2 2 Modals
5.1.2.1 Probaility

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  • -Should -Ought to
5.1.2.2 Possibility

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  • -May -Might -Could
5.1.2.3 Certainty

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  • -Must -Can't
5.2 Vocabulary

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  • Rude, Gossiping, Arrogant, Bully, Trust, Hard-Working, Respect, Kind, Confidence.
6 UNIT 7
6.1 Grammar 1
6.1.1 Modal perfect
6.1.1.1 Possibility

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  • Possibility: may/might/could.
6.1.1.2 Opinion

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  • Opinion: ought to/should.
6.1.1.3 Certainty

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  • Certainty: must/can't/couldn't.
6.1.1.4 Hypothetical Situation

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  • Hypothetical situations: could/would.
6.2 Grammar 2
6.2.1 -Ing form or full infinitive
6.2.1.1 Full infinitive

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  • Afford. Agree. Appear. Arrange Ask. Attempt. Be pleased/able/surprise. Choose. Decide. Expect. Fail. Happen. Help. Hope. Intend. Learn. Manage. Offer. Plan. Prepare. Pretend. Promise. Refuse. Seem. Want. Wish. Would like.
6.2.1.2 -Ing

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  • Admit. Appreciate. Avoid. Be capable of. Be good/bad at. Be interested in. Can't help. Can't stand. Consider. Delay. Deny. Dislike. Enjoy. Feel like. Finish. Give up. Imagine. Involve. Look forward to. Mention. Mind. Miss. Practise. Succeed in. Suggest. Talk about. Think of.
7 UNIT 8
7.1 Grammar 1
7.1.1 Zero

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  • If + Sub + pres simple + sub + pres simple Examples: If you have a brother or sister, you are not an only child.
7.1.2 FIrst

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  • If + Sub + Pres simple + sub + will + ingExamples: If it rains tomorrow, we'll stay at home.
7.1.3 Second

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  • If + Sub + Past simple + Bub + Would + IngExamples: If I had lots of money, I would buy a new CD Player
7.2 Grammar 2
7.2.1 Time Clauses

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  • When,as soon as, before, after, untill/till, while
8 UNIT 4
8.1 SUrerlatives

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  • Denotes the highest quality grade. sujet + the + Adjetives New York is the biggest city in the United States
8.2 Presents
8.2.1 Pres. Perfect simple

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  • Positive (+) Negative (-) Interrogative (?) You called Debbie. Did you called Debbie? You did not call Debbie.
8.2.2 Present continous

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  • verb + to be + ing You are watching TV.Are you watching TV?You are not watching TV.
8.2.3 Present Prefect continous

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  • Have +    been  +    ing" Has We have been playing football on monday and thuesday this week.
8.2.4 Present simple

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  • Positive (+) Negative (-) Interrogative (?) You called Debbie. Did you called Debbie? You did not call Debbie.
8.3 Comparatives

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  • Compared verbs with others verbs.
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