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CLASA a IV-a.

SET
SAIL
Unit 1: One Big
Happy Family
Module ONE: New
Faces!
Unit 2: Were Having
a Party!
Unit 3: An
Interesting Job!
Module TWO:
Working days!

Unit 4: This is my
Life!

Unit 5: Whats
cooking?
Module THREE: Tasty
Treats!

Unit 6: Zoo Food!

Unit 7: Where were


you?

Module FOUR: Tell


the Tale!

Unit 8: Once Upon a


Time

Learn, read and talk


about
Larry and Lulu meeting
Uncle Harry and his
family at the airport,
things you have got,
numbers 30-100
Uncle Harrys housewarming party, actions
Uncle Harrys job at
the Animal Hospital,
buildings, jobs
A day in the life of a
policeman, things you
like/hate doing, cousin
Robbies everyday life

Larry and Paco making


a fruit salad, food and
containers, prices
A visit to the zoo,
animals, whales and
their journey every
year, zoo rules

Chuckles eating the


cake, feelings, where
people were last week
The Hare and the
Tortoise, Lulus dreams

Learn how to

Practise

Write

* describe people
* say where things are
* say where you live
* describe things
happening now
*express ability
*pronounce the sound
[]
* give directions
* talk about location
* describe jobs
* talk about possession
* express likes and
dislikes
* describe your
everyday life
* tell the time
* distinguish between
and pronounce the
sounds [s] and [z]
* talk about food
qualities
* buy food
* talk about prices
* talk about animals
and their usual
activities
* compare animals
* talk about rules
* pronounce the sound
[u]
* describe feelings
* talk about where
people were
* say where you were
last night
*tell a story

*
*
*
*
*

the verb have got


prepositions of place
present continuous
the verb can
object pronouns

* about a special event

*
*
*
*
*
*

there is/ there are


present simple
possessive case
like/hate-ing
prepositions of time
adverbs of frequency

* to a pen-friend about
your everyday life

* much/ many/ a lot of


* containers
* plurals
* present simplepresent continuous
* comparisons
* must/ mustnt

* about a seals
journey

* ordinals
* was/ were
* there was/ there
were
* simple past (regular)

* a story

Unit 9: The Best of


Times!
Module FIVE: Happy
Days!

Unit 10: Good Times


Ahead!

*distinguish between
and pronounce the
sounds [t], [d]
Memorable events
* talk about past
during the year, year
activities
books, Larrys magic
* describe (old)
moments
classmates
Countries, holiday
* talk about countries
plans, things to take
* give holiday plans
on a holiday
* distinguish between
and pronounce the
sounds [] and []
Vocabulary
Skills

Snapsh
ot.
Clasa a
VI-a
1. Nice
to
Meet
You All

Communication

Grammar

Talk about personal


details

Present simple

Countries and
nationalities
Family
members
Types of music

2. You
mustn
t play
loud
music

Talk about rules

Parts of a room
Furniture and
objects
Patterns and
colours

3. I
always
have
coffee

Talk about routines

4.
Would
you
like a

Offer food and drink


with would you

There is/ there are with some


and any
Verb: must/ musnt, can/ cant
Prepositions of place: in, on,
under, in front of, behind, above,
next to, opposite, on the left/
right, between, in the corner (of),
near
Adverbs/ Phrases of frequency
Present simple for routines
Present continuous
Present simple and continuous in
contrast
Countable and uncountable nous
Verb have got with some and
any
Going to future

Clock times
Periods of time
Free-time
activities
Food and drink

* simple past
(irregular)
* superlatives
* going to
* question words

* a letter from holiday

Helpline

Soundbit
e

[Speaking: see Comm.]


Listen to someone talking about
her life
Read about the city of Liverpool
Write notes about a city in your
country
Write a description of a room
Read rules for a hostel

Learning tips

Spike
school

Read about a day in the life of a


pop star on tour
Write about a typical week
Listen to a telephone
conversation about a problem
Write a food diary
Listen to a food programme
Read about a day in the life of
an animal film star

Test your
memory

Organise new
vocabulary (1)

Organise new
vocabulary (2)

sandwi
ch?
6. Who
are
they
playing
?
7. A
Liverpo
ol
ghost
story
8. Girls
scream
ed and
wept
9.
What
was it
doing?
11. Ive
lost my
rucksac
k

12. Its
the
highest
in the
world
13. You
should
nt
move it
14. Do
I have

Make polite request


with could

Present continuous as future


Gerund (-ing form) after verbs
like, hate, (dont) mind, prefer
Defining relatives clauses with
who, which, where

Months and
dates
Sports
Sports
locations

Ask and talk about


past events

Past simple of regular verbs


Past simple of verb to be
Possessive pronouns
Question word: Whose?

Common
adjectives
School
subjects

Give biographical
details
Buy things in shops
Ask for and give
directions
Describe past events

Past simple of irregular verbs

English money
Places in
towns

Read about The Beatles


Listen to people buying things in
a shop
Listen to people giving directions

Learn past
tense forms of
irregular verbs

Past continuous
Time clauses with when/ while

Present perfect simple


Prepositions: with, on, in

Ask and talk about


experiences
Make comparisons

Present perfect simple with


never and ever
Comparative and superlative of
short and long adjectives
Question word: How? + adjective
Verb will/wont for predictions
and decisions
Verb should/ shouldnt for advice
and obligation
Verb have to (present and past
simple)

Listen to a dialogue and note the


correct order of events
Read about a brave dog
Write an animal story
Listen to a telephone
conversation about a lost bag
Read a message on the Internet
Write a message on the Internet
about a friend you want to
contact
Listen to a dialogue and answer
the questions
Read about a theme park ride
Write a postcard about an
exciting ride
Read and complete a
questionnaire on good manners
Write a Good Date Guide

Use a
dictionary

Ask about and


describe objects
Describe people

Animals
Rooms and
parts of the
house
Materials and
personal
possessions
Clothes
Physical
description
Adjectives of
measurement:
fast, heavy,
high, long,
wide
Parts of the
body

Household jobs
Occupations

Read an article about helping in


the house

Improve your
listening skills

Talk about injuries


Make decisions
Give advice
Talk about jobs

Listen to a radio programme


about future sporting events
Read an interview with a
footballer
Write an interview with a sports
star
Read a ghost story
Listen to a telephone
conversation about exam results

Record past
tense forms of
regular verbs

Learn by heart

Check spelling

Practice
speaking

to?
16.
What
would
you
like to
do?
17. If
you
compla
in any
more,

18. The
scenes
are
filmed
here
19.
They
were
sold as
slaves

Ask for and make


suggestions with
shall, why dont we?,
lets
Express preferences

Listen to someone talking about


an amusing incident
Read Whats on? advertisements
Listen to a radio programme
Write an invitation
Read advice about how to be
safe at carnivals

Would like/ would prefer +


infinitive with to
Verb would rather + infinitive
without to
The imperative for instructions
and advice
First conditional: if clause + ll
(will)/ (wont)
Adverb formation

Leisure
activities

Adjectives and
adverbs

Write a message of apology


Listen to a dialogue and choose
the best answer
Read about voluntary work

Remind and reassure


people will will/ wont

The passive: present simple

Jobs in the
media
Types of films

Listen to an actor talking about


acting in films
Read about a popular film
Write about a film you enjoyed

Reading in
class

Order food and drink


in a restaurant

The passive: past simple


Much, many, a lot of

Food and drink


in a restaurant

Read about slavery


Listen to a discussion about a
museum

English outside
the classroom

Apologise with a
reason and respond

Use a
dictionary (2)