Colegio Sagrado Corazon
Obrero Argentino 86
LOS ESTUDIANTES SON EVALUADOS EN:
ACTIVIDADES A REALIZAR EN EL EXAMEN
● Múltiple opción.
● Completar oraciones con información faltante.
● Unir palabras con definiciones.
GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURES LIST
GRAMMAR AND STRUCTURES
WHAT ARE THEY USED FOR?
There is/ there are
There is a book on the table.
Talking about habits, routines, facts (such as where a person lives), the actions of everyday life
My uncle lives in a small house.
The present simple with the verb ‘like’ + ‘ing’ in the third person singular and plural
Describing what people or animals like doing
My cat likes sleeping in the garden.
Talking about present actions
My brothers are playing football in the park at the moment.
Interrogative forms of the above two tenses
Asking and answering questions about the above
Do they often go to the cinema?
Negative forms of the above two tenses
Making the above negative
Sue doesn’t like dogs.
The modal ‘can’
Describing an ability or skill
He can play the guitar.
All personal pronouns as subject or object – I, you, he, she, it, we, they, me, you, him, her, it, us, them
Describing and identifying people, animals and objects
Do you want my father?
Demonstrative pronouns – this, these, that, those
Asking for, and giving information
These are tables.
because, and, or, but
Linking sentence parts and ideas
John and Mary are in the garden because it is sunny.
What, Who, Where, When, Why, How many
Asking questions about people, animals and objects
What is this?
Adverbs of time – today, now, at the moment
Describing when and how often someone does something or something happens.Discriminating between the present continuous and the present simple
I usually eat an egg for breakfast.
In, on, at, to
Talking about time, place, position
The examination finishes at 4 pm.
10.15 = ten fifteen or (a) quarter past ten
Telling the time
ten fifteen, twenty past one, half past ten, a quarter to two, eleven forty-five, etc.
Talking about numbers of things
e.g. book-books, box-boxes, man-men, woman-women, child-children, party-parties
The formulaic salutations of informal writing in messages such as emails, postcards
SETS OF LEXICAL ITEMS
dress, shirt, T-shirt, trousers, skirt, boots, socks, shoes, trainers, hat, watch
Food, meals and drink
cake, ice-cream, biscuits, pizza, hamburger, hot-dog, omelette, steak, fish, salad, breakfast, lunch, dinner, party, milk, juice
penguin, parrot, duck
teacher, doctor, farmer, secretary, businessman/woman, policeman/woman, shop assistant, in the army, student
pen, pencil, rubber, ruler, book, desk, computer, blackboard, classroom, bag, friend
helicopter, boat, bus, bicycle, car, train, aeroplane
monkey, lion, bear, elephant, crocodile, cat, dog, snake, tiger, zebra, rabbit, mouse
television, video, chair, table, house, cassette-player, bed, bath, clock, picture, vase, photo, radio, door, mat, window, floor, cupboard
glass, plate, bowl, cup, knife, fork
potato, tomato, carrot
pear, peach, apple, banana, orange, lemon
dolphin, octopus, shark, whale, starfish, fish
flower, tree, grass
Days of the week
day, week, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Months of the year
January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
football, tennis, swimming, basketball, volleyball
park, garden, home, school, shop, house, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, living room
guitar, piano, drum
ball, kite, castle, soldiers, paint, paintbrush, puppet, drum, gun
sun, rain, wind, snow, hot, cold
Parts of the body
hair, eyes, mouth, nose, face, arms, legs, foot/feet, head, hands
one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty
four fifteen, [a] quarter past/to four, half past four, ten past four, four ten, ten to four, etc.
letters, words, sentence, question, answer, story
Family members and people
mother, father, brother, sister, baby, girl, boy, child, children
square, circle, triangle, rectangle
film, newspaper, magazine, star, moon, thing
sets of lexical items
tall, short, big, small, favourite, best, little
black, blue, green, yellow, white, orange, red, grey, brown, pink, purple
old, young, new
clever, nice, good
watch, play, listen, cook, wear, go, read, write, eat, drink, sit, stand, have, has, is, are, am
a, an, the
5. PERSONAL PRONOUNS
I, you, he, she, it, we, they
6. POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES
my, your, his, her, our, their
in, under, behind, on, near, in front of, at
8. QUESTION WORDS
What, When, Why, Where, Who, Whose
today, now, at the moment, never, always, sometimes, often, usually, every day, every week
because, and, or, then, next
11. DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS
this, that, these, those