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Book

Level name

Newspap
1 er chase

under the
bridge

Audrey
Hepburn

Forrest
Level 2 Gump
Mysteries
of
unexplain
ed

The Full
Level 3 Monty

Level
4(UPPER-
INTERME THE
DITE) BODY

Level 5 Becoming
(advance Michelle
d) Obama
Gammar point

parts of be, have got present simple, present continuous, positive imperative form, can for
ability and permission

there was /ere, negative imperative forms, present continuous with future meaning, past
simple of regular and iregular, going to, would like, infinitive fomrs after want, start, like

phrasal verbs with transparent meanings, negative questions, would like+infinitive, have to for
obligation, will for future meaing, could for past ability

present pefect simple, past continuous, passive forms, present and past +participle, phrasal
verb with non-transparent meaning, modals

present pefect simple, past continuous, passive forms, present and past +participle, phrasal
verb with non-transparent meaning, modals

passive verb forms simple, present, past, past perfect, present simple, for future meaning ,
present perfect continuous

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS, FUTURE CONTIUOUS, GET SOMETHING DONE, MAY FOR
PERMISSION, WOULD FOR WILLINGNESS/ REFUSAL

Future Perfect, modal prefects


Writing
Vocabular Vocabular prompt
y y practice with
crosswor workshee given
Essential grammar in use sentence Structure d t words

simple one clause sentence, two clauses,


Grammar in use chapter joined with but, or, and, direct
#1-9,31,35,58 speech+noun/pronoun+say/ask

more than two man clauses, with one main


clauses and one subordinate clauses, defining
relative clause, participle clauses,
chapter # adj/noun+noun clauses
Unit #38, 35, 25, 11,
26,34,52

unit #114,115,41,34,33,
30,27,28

chapter #15-20,21,29-31

chapter #15-20,21,29-31
relationship betweenclauses are
English Grammar in use uncomplicated, non-defining relative clauses,
(INTERMEDIATE reported speech, with past tense reporting,
LEVEL)CHAPTER#42,6,7,8,9 second conditional, if clauses afetr verb
,10,15,19,137-145 asking , wondering etc.

relationship betweenclauses are


GRAMMAR IN USE uncomplicated, non-defining relative clauses,
/INTERMEDIATE reported speech, with past tense reporting,
LEVEL/CHAPTER# 16,24,92- second conditional, if clauses afetr verb
97,46,29,30,36 asking , wondering etc.

relative clauses: embedded, defining,


responses with SO/NEITHER, NOR, third
Grammar in use Advanced conditional
mixed conditionals, inversion after hardly, no
sooner, etc-ing /wh, caluse as subject,
senteces with wish+were/would /had
Dication
booklet

comprehension questions booklet