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1 To Be: Introduction (Personal Information)
2 To Be + Location; Subject Pronouns (Classroom Objects; Rooms in
the House; Places Around Town)
3 Present Continuous Tense (Everyday Activities)
4 To Be: Short Answers; Possessive Adjectives (Everyday
5 To Be: Yes/No Questions; Short Answers; Adjectives;
Possessive Nouns (Describing People & Things; Weather)
6 To Be: Review; Present Cont. Review; Prepositions of
Location (Family Members; Describing People and Events)
7 Prepositions; There is/are; Singular & Plural (Places in Town;
Describing Neighborhoods & Apartments)
8 Singular & Plural Adjectives (Clothing; Colors; Shopping)
9 Simple Present Tense (Languages & Nationalities; Everyday Activities)
10 Simple Present Tense; Yes/No Questions; Negatives;
Short Answers (Habitual Actions; Interests & Activities)
11 Object Pronouns; Simple Present Tense: s vs. non-s
Endings; Have/Has; Adverbs of Frequency (Describing Frequency
of Actions; Describing People)
12 Contrast: Simple Present and Present Cont.; Adjectives
(Feelings & Emotions; Describing Usual & Unusual Activities)
13 Can; Have To (Expressing Ability; Jobs; Expressing Obligations; Invitations)
14 Future: Going to; Time Expressions; Want To (Describing Future
Plans & Intentions; Expressing Wants; Telling Time and the Weather; Making
15 Past Tense: Regular and Irregular Verbs (Past Actions; Ailments;
Describing an Event)
16 Past Tense: Yes/No Questions; Short Answers; WH
Questions; More Irregular Verbs (Giving Reasons & Excuses;
Reporting Past Actions)
17 To Be: Past Tense (TV Commercials; Describing Physical States & Emotions;
Telling About the Past)


1 Review of Tenses; Like To; Time Expressions; Indirect
Object Pronouns (Describing Present, Past & Future Actions; Birthdays &
Gifts; Telling About Friendships)
2 Count/Non-Count Nouns (Food; Describing Food Preferences)
3 Partitives; Count/Non-Count Nouns; Imperatives (Buying &
Describing Food; Eating in a Restaurant; Recipes)
4 Future Tense: Will; Time Expressions; Might (Telling About the
Future; Probability & Possibility; Warnings)
5 Comparatives; Should; Possessive Pronouns (Making
Comparisons; Giving Advice & Opinions; Agreement & Disagreement)
6 Superlatives (Describing Nouns; Shopping; Giving Opinions)
7 Imperatives; Directions (Getting Around Town; Transportation)
8 Adverbs; Agent Nouns; If-Clauses (Describing Actions, Plans, and
Intentions; Consequences of Actions)
9 Past Continuous Tense; Reflexive Pronouns; While-
Clauses (Describing Ongoing Past Activities)
10 Could; Be Able To; Have Got To; Too + Adjective (Expressing
Past and Future Ability and Obligation; Giving Excuses)
11 Past Tense Review; Count/Non-Count Review; Must vs.
Should; Mustn’t vs. Don’t Have To (Medical Advice; Health; Nutrition)
12 Future Continuous Tense (Describing Future Activities; Making Plans by
13 Some/Any; Pronoun Review; Verb Tense Review (Offering
Help; Indicating Ownership; Household Problems; Friends)


1 Review: Simple Present/ Present Cont. Tense; Subject &
Object Pronouns; Possessive Adjectives; Time
Expressions (Describing Habitual & Ongoing Activities; Telling Likes & Dislikes;
Describing Frequency of Actions; Telling About Your Background & Interests)
2 Review: Simple Past Tense & Past Cont. Tense (Reporting Past
Activities; Mishaps; Difficult Experiences; Describing a Trip)
3 Review: Future with ‘Will’ and ‘Going To’; Future Cont.
Tense; Time Expressions; Possessive Pronouns (Describing
Future Plans; Expressing Time & Duration; Talking on the Phone; Asking a Favor)
4 Present Perfect Tense (Describing Things that Have/Haven’t Happened;
Making Recommendations; Things to Do Around Town; Making Lists)
5 Present Perfect vs. Present & Past Tense; Since/For
(Discussing Duration of an Activity; Medical Symptoms; Career Advancement; Telling
About Family Members)
6 Present Perfect Continuous Tense (Describing Tasks Accomplished;
Reassuring Someone; Describing Experiences; Job Interviews)
7 Gerunds; Infinitives; Review Present Perfect and Present
Perfect Continuous Tenses (Discussing Recreation Preferences;
Discussing what You Dislike; Habits; Talents & Skills; Telling About Important
8 Past Perfect & Past Perfect Continuous Tenses (Discussing
What Had Been Done; Discussing Preparations for Events; Describing Consequences,
Feelings, and Accomplisments)
9 Two-Word Verbs (Discussing When Things Are Going to Happen;
Remembering & Forgetting; Obligations; Asking for and Giving Advice; School
Assignments; Making Plans by Phone; Talking About Important People; Shopping)
10 Connectors: And…Too, And…Either…So, But, Neither
(Coincidences; Asking for and Giving Reasons; Describing People; Looking for Work;
Discussing What’s Similar & Different)