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Parte A INDICE DE LA REFERENCIA

GUIA BIBLIOGRAFICA PARA CANDIDATOS AL ASCENSO PROMOCION 2016


STTE A TTE (TODAS LAS ARMAS Y SERVICIOS)
IDIOMA: INGLES
Nombre de la Escuela : Centro de Idiomas Virgen de las Mercedes (CIVIME)
Referencia bibliogrfica: DefenseLanguageInstitute.(2005). American Language
Course.Lackland Air force Base, Texas, USA.
Nivel a Evaluar
: Elemental (Books del 01 al 12).

Parte B CONTENIDOS DE LA REFERENCIA


(CONTENIDOS GRAMATICALES DEL AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSE)
NIVEL ELEMENTAL:
BOOK 1

Simple questions and answers.


Giving commands look, listen, and repeat.
Demonstrative pronouns this / that.
Giving negative commands with dont
Possessive adjectives his/her.
Singular and plural nouns.
Demonstrative pronouns these / those
Asking questions with these / those.
Making sentences with I / you / a proper name
Asking simple questions about people.
Pronouns
He / she / we / you / they
Making a negative sentence.
Asking yes/no questions.
Giving short answers.
Yes/No questions with long answers.
Prepositions of place on / in / under.

BOOK 2

More plurals.
Making sentences with adjectives.
Making questions with adjectives.
Combining two sentences with and
Asking questions with or,
Asking questions about location Where
Possessive adjectives our, your, their
Asking questions about possession - whose
Making present progressive sentences.
Asking yes / no present progressive questions
Saying yes to yes / no questions.
Saying no to yes / no questions.
Making suggestions with Lets
Asking questions with Who.
Asking present progressive questions with Who.

BOOK 3

Using the negative simple present tense.


Using the negative simple present tense.
Making simple present tense yes/no questions
Simple present tense long and short answers
Talking about food for different meals.
Asking simple present tense questions with who
Reviewing simple present information questions
Using adverbs - always, sometimes, never.
Asking questions with how many + noun + BE.
Asking questions with how many + noun + do / does.
The past tense of BE was and were.
Using adjectives to describe people, places, things.
Using want to + verb.
Asking yes/no questions with want to+ verb.
Past tense questions Who+ BE.
Past tense questions What + BE.
Past tense questions Where + BE.
Past tense questions When + BE.

BOOK 4

The simple past tense using regular verbs.


Making negative past tense statements.
Asking and answering past tense yes/no questions.
Irregular past tense verbs.
Making past tense questions with irregular verbs.
Expressing ability using can.
Asking yes/no questions with can.
Asking information questions with can.
Expressing a requirement or necessity with must.
Expressing a prohibition with must not.
Asking questions with What + noun.
Asking questions about prices How much ?
Demonstrative adjectives this, that, these, those.
Reviewing irregular past tense verbs.

BOOK 5

Using which and one.


Using the connector or.
Skills.
Using there + be.
Using some and any.
Using a few, a little, a lot of, and lots of.
Using can to express possibility.
Talking about the future.
Asking yes / no questions with will.
Future tense time expressions.
Information questions with will.
Using articles a, an, and the.
Using many and much.
Using how many and how much.
Using have to and dont have to.

BOOK 6

Asking questions with How + BE


Making sentences with that + noun clause
Asking questions with that + noun clause
Asking questions with how + verb
Making statements with would like (to)
Asking questions with would like (to)
Using something, nothing, anything, and else
Using object pronouns
Making sentences with an indirect object
Using also
Combining sentences and/but
Answering Why questions with because

BOOK 7

Adjectives (comparisons comparative) : adj + -er / -er + than


Adjectives (comparisons superlative) : adj - -est
Adjectives (position) : adj + noun
Adjectives (indefinite) : both, other
Adverb clauses (unequal comparison) : comparative add than
Pronouns (indefinite) : both, other, some, any
Interrogatives : how old
Verbals (gerunds) : as object of preposition(infinitive) : expressing purpose

BOOK 8

Adjectives (comparison comparative / superlative) : better / best, best /


worse, more / less + adj + than, the most / the least + adj
Adverb clauses (unequal comparisons) : comparative adj + than
Infinitive : after begin / forget / learn / like / need / remember / start / try /
want
Interrogative object pronoun : whom as direct object
Modals : be going to (intention) , may/might (possibility)
Noun clauses (that) : as direct object with tell
Possessive pronouns : mine, ours, yours, her, his, theirs
Verbs (imperative mod) : direct command (tell)

BOOK 9

Adjectives (equality / inequality) : same (as) / similar (to) / alike, different


(from)
Adjectives (predicate position after linking verbs ) : BE, taste, smell,
sound, look, feel + like
Adverb clauses (cause / reason) : following sorry, pleased, similar to,
different + from
Adverbs : of manner
Commands: with ask, tell
Gerunds : as object of preposition with apologize
Indirect speech : with ask, tell
Interrogatives : how (manner)
Modals : should (advice / obligation)
Noun clauses : introduced by that / predicate adjective + that
Past Progressive Tense
Present Progressive Tense : as future
Suffix : -ly (adj ------- adv)

BOOK 10

Adverb clauses (time) : after, before, until, when, while


Indirect speech : with say, ask
Interrogatives : how + adverb, far, related to time /distance
Modals : be able to (ability), be supposed to (obligation / custom / advice),
could / can, would/will (requests and responses), not be able to (inability /
Incapability)
Prepositions (place / position)
Present Tense : as future
Pronoun (non referential ) : impersonal it
Verbals (infinitives) : after predicate adjective expressing cause/reason
Verbals (infinitive phrases) : with how as direct object
Verbals (gerunds) : as direct object

BOOK 11

Adjectives / nouns (predicate position) : after linking verbs, become / get


Adjectives (intensifiers) : too
Adjectives clauses: who, that, which as subject pronouns
Adverbs (interrogatives) : How long? (duration)
Modals : could (past ability / inability), couldnt (inability / incapability)
Pronouns (indefinite) : someone, somebody, anyone, anybody, no one,
nobody.
Indirect speech: tell type verb (simple past) + indirect object + that noun
clause
Verbals (infinitives) : after too + predicate adjective
Verbals infinitives phrases) : of purpose
Prepositions of time
Present Perfect Progressive Tense
Present Perfect Tense: with be /have, since/for
Suffix : -y (noun ------- adjective)

BOOK 12

Adjectives (participles as emotive adjectives) : -ing/ed


Adverb clauses (if) : statements with real conditions
Adverbs (comparison) : -er + optional than
Adverbs (of time) : yet, anymore, any longer, already, no longer
Independent clauses with coordinate conjunctions: so, or
Indirect Speech: say-type verb (past tense) + that clause
Modals : could (possibility), used to ( past routine, discontinued past habit),
would (past routine)
Present Perfect Tense : action begun in past and continuing to present,
indefinite past action