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  • Introducing myself and others.
  • Greetings and farewells.
  • Feelings and emotions.
  • The alphabet.
  • Stationery and office supplies.
  • Cardinal numbers.
  • Mathematics.
  • The Fruits.
  • The basic colours.
  • Cooking utensils.
  • What are you like? Personalities.
  • Days of the week.
  • Months of the year.
  • Ordinal numbers.
  • Dates (British and American English)
  • The time.
  • Seasons of the year.
  • Weather.
  • Clothes.
  • Countries and nationalities.
  • Occupations.
  • The indefinite and definite articles: AN, A, and THE.
  • Marital status.
  • Physical appearances. Have got/has got.
  • Adjective orders.
  • The verb to be.
  • Wh-question words: What, Who, Where, When, How and Why.
  • Plural nouns.
  • Pronunciations: /IZ/-/Z/-/S/
  • Demonstratives: That, This, Those, and These.
  • Pronouns: One and Ones.
  • Family members.
  • Possessive pronouns.
  • Countable and uncountable nouns.
  • Food partitives.
  • There is/There are.
  • How much/How many.
  • Quantifiers: Some, Any, (A) little, (A) few and a lot of.
  • Parts of a house.
  • Prepositions of place: In, On, Under, Next, Opposite, etc.
  • Object pronouns: Me, You, Him, Her, etc.
  • Comparative adjectives.
  • Expressions with AS...AS.
  • Superlative adjectives.
  • Equative AS...AS.
  • Be + adjectives.
  • Public places.
  • How to give directions.
  • Imperatives.
  • Sports.
  • Present simple: Prefer, Love, Like, Enjoy and Hate.
  • Linkers: First, Then, After that, etc.
  • Routine verbs: Get up, Have lunch, Go to sleep, etc.
  • Present simple for daily routines.
  • Questions words: What, Where, How, Who, When and Why.
  • Frequency adverbs.
  • Reflexive pronouns: Myself, Yourself, Herself, Himself, etc.
  • Reciprocal pronouns: Each other and One another.
  • Present continuous.
  • The contrast between Present continuous and Present simple.
  • Action and stative verbs.
  • Past simple: Was and Were.
  • Pronunciation ED.
  • Past simple: Regular and Irregular verbs.
  • Used to / Would for past habits.
  • Past continuous.
  • Present perfect simple for experiences.
  • Present perfect for repeated actions and recent past actions.
  • Conjunctions: And, But, So and Because.
  • Present perfect continuous.
  • Present perfect simple for actions that started in the past and continue up to now.
  • The contrast between Present perfect simple and Past Simple.
  • Past time clauses: After, When, By the time, etc.
  • Past perfect simple.
  • Past perfect continuous.
  • WILL and MIGHT for simple predictions.
  • Future BE GOING.
  • Present simple for future (Timetables)
  • Present continuous for future arrangement.
  • Future time clauses: When, After, Before, etc.
  • Adverbs: Probably, still definitely still.
  • Future continuous.
  • Near future: Be about to, Be on the verge of, Be on the point of, Be on the brink of.
  • Official plans: Be to + Infinitive.
  • Future Perfect Simple and Future perfect continuous.
  • Future in the past: Was/Were going to and Would.
  • Would like.
  • Abilities: Can, Could, Be able to.
  • Modal verbs for requests and permission.
  • Adverbs: Maybe, Probably and Really.
  • Modal verbs for Advice: Should, Ought to Had better.
  • Road signs.
  • Car parts.
  • Negative prefixes.
  • Modal verbs for obligations, prohibitions, and necessity: Have to, Must, Can't, Needn't, and Mustn't.
  • Be (not) allowed to.
  • Modal verbs for present speculations: Must, May, Might, Could, Can't.
  • Be likely/unlikely/definitely/probably.
  • Suffixes for professions.
  • Modal verbs for past speculations: Must have + P.P., May have + P.P., might have + P.P., etc.
  • Modal verbs for advice in the past: Should have + P.P.
  • Adjective plus prepositions.
  • Preferences: I'd rather, I'd prefer, I'd sooner.
  • Modal verbs for suggestions.
  • Passive voice: Present and past simple.
  • Passive description.
  • Suffixes.
  • Linking words.
  • Passive voice: Present and Past continuous.
  • Passive voice: Present and Past perfect simple.
  • Verbs plus prepositions.
  • Passive voice with present and past modal verbs.
  • Causative verbs: Have sb do and Have sth done.
  • Other causative verbs: Make, Let, Allow, Help, get sb to.
  • Passive voice with reporting verbs.
  • Gerund.
  • Infinitive forms.
  • Verbs taking the full infinitive or gerund form with a change in meaning.
  • Linking words.
  • Passive infinitive and gerund.
  • Suffixes.
  • Zero conditional.
  • Prefixes.
  • Linking words to express a condition.
  • First conditional.
  • The use of EVEN.
  • Second conditional.
  • Linking word: DESPITE and IN SPITE OF.
  • Third conditional.
  • Enough + nouns/Adjectives+enough.
  • Too+adjectives/too many/much
  • Wish/If only
  • Prepositional phrases.
  • Suffixes.
  • Mixed conditional.
  • Linking words: Contrast, Addition and Summary.
  • Participle adjectives (ING/ED)
  • Ongoing and complete actions.
  • The use of Each and Every.
  • Adjective plus prepositions.
  • Gradable and ungradable adjectives.
  • Linking words: Reason, Contrast, and Result.
  • Types of Adverbs: Degree, manner, etc.
  • Comparative and superlative adverbs.
  • Linking words: Illustration, Condition, and Restatement.
  • Confusing adjectives and adverbs.
  • Intensifying adverbs.
  • Linking words: Contrast, Similarity, and Purpose.
  • Compound nouns.
  • Plural of compound nouns.
  • Do and Make.
  • Nouns plus prepositions.
  • Compound adjectives and types.
  • Suffixes.
  • Definite relative clauses.
  • Prefixes.
  • Non-defining relative clauses.
  • Relative clause reduction.
  • Reported speech, questions, request orders, and reporting verbs.
  • Question tags.
  • Embedded questions.
  • Agreeing and disagreeing.
  • The use of WH-WORD+EVER.
  • Subjunctive mood: present and past.
  • English inversion.
  • Inversion with adverbs.
  • Proverbs.
  • The use of BOTH...and, NEITHER...NOR and EITHER...OR.
  • Nouns plus prepositions and prepositions plus nouns.
  • Prepositional verbs.

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