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Book 1

To be (present simple)
Use: to describe oneself and others; to talk about identity; to give personal details.

I am (not) a student
Affirmative You are (not) Italian.
Negative He / She / It is (not) 15 years old.
We / You / They are (not) cameramen
Am I from Mexico?
Yes/No questions Are we / you / they patient?
Yes, I am.
you / we / they are.
Short answers he / she / it is.
No, I ‘m not.
you / we / they aren’t.
he / she / it isn’t.
Where are you / we / they from?
Wh- questions What is he / she / it like?
How old am I ?

Have got (present simple)
Use: to talk about possessions.

a pet.
Affirmative I / you / we / they have (not) got two best friends.
Negative three sisters.
he / she / it has (not) got
Have I / you / we/ they one brother?
Yes/No questions Has he / she / it got a tent?
I / you / we / they have.
Yes, he / she / it has.
Short answers I / you / we / they haven’t.
No, he / she / it hasn’t.
have I / you / we / they in your bedroom?
Wh- questions What has he / she / it got on your desk?


Negative They go swimming every day. I adventure? Do You like trekking? We to the stadium on Sundays? Yes/No questions They go swimming every day? He adventure? Does She like trekking? It go very fast? I / you / we / they do. No. You don’t like trekking. he / she / it does. We to the stadium on Sundays. he / she / it doesn’t.questions Where can you / we / they swim here? he / she / it do at school? What Present simple (like and other verbs) Use: to talk about permanent states and general beliefs. Affirmative you/ we / they can (not) dig holes. I adventure. Affirmative They go swimming every day. He sleeping in the open. Short answers Yes. It go very fast. I can. She likes reality shows. I / you / we / they don’t. to talk about routines and habitual actions. I climb a mountain? Yes/No questions Can you / we / they do extreme sports? he / she / it build shelters? Yes. you / we / they can’t. Short answers No.questions What does he / she / it study? 2 . He sleeping in the open. She doesn’t like reality shows. Negative he / she/ it run fast. We to the stadium on Sundays. It goes very fast. Where do I / you / we / they live? Wh. You like trekking. FORM I swim. FORM I adventure. Connect! – Grammar Tables Can (present simple) Use: to talk about abilities. he / she / it I dig a tunnel? Wh.

questions What was he / she / it like? 3 . Affirmative He was (not) loyal. never angry. always go to the stadium. she takes a taxi. He sometimes sings chants. They are usually at home. often takes flags to the stadium. Conditional type 0 Use: to express expected actions or events in the present. you / we / they were. FORM I at home. you / we / they weren’t. Where were I / you / we / they from? Wh. Connect! – Grammar Tables Frequency adverbs Use: to describe habits. we go to the stadium. hard-working. We take flags we go to the stadium. often happy. Short answers No. I / he / she / it was. She is sometimes sad. Negative She interesting. describe and give details of objects and people from the past. never always busy. if She takes a taxi she is late for work. Be (past simple) Use: to talk about identity. If she is late for work. Yes/No questions Was I / he / she / it lazy? Were we / you / they worried? Yes. I usually watch football on TV. I / he / she / it wasn’t. we take flags. It sharp. We / You / They were (not) rich.

He / she/ it in a house. Is it Yes/No questions Are they made of plastic? Yes. he / she / it didn’t. I Mary yesterday. lived a long time ago. the sword? Did I / You / we / they see Tommy this morning? Yes/No questions He / she / it here last year? live In Greece? I / you / we / they Short answers Yes. is it Wh. they aren’t. FORM Affirmative This instrument is (not) called ‘violin’.questions What did he / she / it study? Passive voice (set phrases) Use: to describe objects and their characteristics. Negative are (not) used for playing classical music.questions What are they called? 4 . These instruments made of wood. live in Greece. I / you / we / they No. Set phrases in the present simple tense. When I / you / we / they live? Wh. FORM I a film last night Affirmative You / we / they saw Susie last Sunday. he / she / it in a palace. they are. it isn’t. it is. Connect! – Grammar Tables Past simple Use: to talk about past actions and states. Short answers No. Negative You / we / they didn’t see the show. he / she / it did.

was ‘Don Quixote’ written? Wh. The ‘Dreamland’ novels were (not) created Was it Yes/No questions Were they made of leather? Yes. Short answers they were. I am not.questions What is He / she / it celebrating? are We / you / they 5 . We / you /they are. FORM Affirmative This object was (not) invented by Ron Blanchett Negative This book written in 1997. FORM Affirmative I am (not) sitting in the grass Negative He / she / it is (not) smiling You / we / they are (not) looking at the children. He / she / it isn’t. it was. Am I doing the exercise correctly? Yes/No questions Is He / she / it wearing the right clothes? Are We / you / they talking about the same person? Yes. No. Short answers He / she / it is. Connect! – Grammar Tables Set phrases in the past simple tense. We / you / they aren’t. No.questions When were calculators invented? Present continuous Use: to talk about what is happening at the moment of speaking. I am. am I Wh. it wasn’t. they weren’t.

he / she / it isn’t. Connect! – Grammar Tables Going to future Use: to talk about arranged actions and future plans. Short Yes. When am I study for the test? Wh. I am not. Am I go rafting next weekend? Yes/No Is he / she / it going to work next summer? questions Are we / you / they get a good job next year? I am. FORM Affirmative I am (not) stay in a hotel next holiday. is he / she / it going to go dancing? questions Where are we / you / they visit Wendy? 6 . answers we / you /they are. we / you / they aren’t. No. You / we / they are (not) go on holiday in December. he / she / it is. Negative He / she / it is (not) going to play video games tomorrow.