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ZAGADNIENIE LEKSYKALNEZAGADNIENIE LEKSYKALNEZAGADNIENIE LEKSYKALNEZAGADNIENIE LEKSYKALNEZAGADNIENIE LEKSYKALNE
wh- question wordsairports & traveling; holidays-ed, -ing adjectivesexpressions with takesounds
weather & seasonsmake or dorelationshipssleep as a part of healthy lifestylecompound adjectives
Verb + ing: like/hate/lovePresent perfectComparatives and superlatives
Understanding and using pricesRequestsManaging interaction (interrupting,
changing topic, resuming)
continuing)
Expressing abstract ideasExpressing certainty, probability, doubt
Understanding and using pricesSpeculating
Understanding and using numbersObligation and necessityInitiating and closing conversationEncouraging and inviting another speaker to continue, come in (active listening)Expressing attitudes and feelings precisely
Understanding and using numbersOpinion, justificationSynthesising, evaluating and glossing information
To be, including question+negativesPresent continuous for futureWill and going to, for prediction
things – basic nouns, plural and singularclothesmoneyclothes & fashionthe process of learning
There is/arePresent continuousWh- questions in the past
the internet – basic vocabularyshoppinghealthy lifestyle
Telling the timeDescribing thingsAgreeing and disagreeing – taking part in discussionDeveloping an argumentEmphasizing a point, feeling, issue
Telling the timeExpressing interest, sympathy, surprise etc.Speculating and hypothesising about causes, consequences etc.
shopping – basicssimilaritiesformal & informal registers
QuestionsPrepositions of time: on/in/atSimple passive
Pronouns: simple, personalPrepositional phrases (place, time and movement)Reported speech (range of tenses)
Present simplePossessives – use of ‘s, s’Present perfect/past simple
Present continuousPhrasal verbs – commonPresent perfect continuous
Prepositions, commonModals – shouldPast simpleWill and going to, for prediction
Prepositions of time, including in/on/atPast simplePhrasal verbs, extendedWould expressing habits, in the past
Prepositions of placePast continuousPast tense responsesWish
Possessive sModals – have toPast perfectReported speech
Possessive adjectivesModals – can/couldPast continuousRelative clauses
places and buildingswords related to fearcolloquial language
phone languagesports, expressing movementcinemaoften confused verbsphones & technology
past time expressions: last week, last month, ago, etc.expressions with timeeducationcrime & punishmenthealth & medicine
Past simple of “to be”Going toModals – should have/might have/etcPast perfect continuous
Past SimpleImperativesModals: must/have toPhrasal verbs, extended
ordinal numbers, dates and timeadjectives –ed, -ingthe bodythe bodyart, color idioms
Modals: can/can’t/could/couldn’tGerundsModals – might, may, will, probablyPast perfectStylistic inversion
jobs + word formationprepositions of time w. past continuousverbs & adjectives + prepositionsenvironment & weatherconflict & warfare
irregular verbshealth & bodyshopping; claims & complaints; negotiatingadvertisinganimal matters & environmental issues
Intensifiers – very basicFuture Time (will and going to)Modals – must/can’t deductionPassivesSubstitution and ellipsis
in the house; prepositions of place and movementopposite verbsworkbusinesspreparing food
Imperatives (+/-)much/manyFuture continuousNarrative tensesWish/if only regrets
I’d likeArticles – with countable and uncountable nounscause and effect, contrast etc.Modals of deduction and speculationPhrasal verbs, especially splitting
How much/how manyAdverbs of frequencyConditionals, 2nd and 3rdMixed conditionalsNarrative tenses for experience,incl. passive
holidayslife and careerbooks & literature
high numbersanimals & environmentcrimescience – advanced
GreetingsDescribing placesExpressing opinions and giving reasonsDescribing hopes and plansDeveloping an argument systematically
GreetingsDescribing work responsibilitiesInteracting informallyResponding to counterarguments
GRAMATYKAGRAMATYKAGRAMATYKAGRAMATYKAGRAMATYKA
Going toAdverbial phrases of time, place and frequency – including word orderComplex question tagsFuture perfect continuousModals in the past, complex modals
go, have, get – basic phrasesdescribing a town or a cityhousesthe mediatravel & tourism
Giving personal informationDescribing peopleDescribing feelings and emotionsDescribing feelings and emotionsDefending a point of view persuasively
Giving personal informationExpressing feelingsExpressing reaction, e.g. indifferenceExpressing shades of opinion and certainty
Giving directionsDescribing habits and routinesChecking understandingCritiquing and reviewingConceding a point
FUNKCJE JĘZYKOWEFUNKCJE JĘZYKOWEFUNKCJE JĘZYKOWEFUNKCJE JĘZYKOWEFUNKCJE JĘZYKOWE
food, food containers, quantifiersadverbs of mannercompound nounssciencefalse friends
feelings – basiccomplex feelingstransportadverbs & adverbial phrasesphrases with get
Expressing basic feelingsTaking the initiative in interaction
everyday activities and hobbies + prepositions of time with present simpleverbs & prepositions, e. g. arrive inphone languageexpressing complex feelingsexpressions with time
DISCOURSE MARKERSDISCOURSE MARKERSDISCOURSE MARKERSDISCOURSE MARKERSDISCOURSE MARKERS
directionsbasic modifierselectronic devicesprefixes and suffixeswords often confused – extended
DirectionsSuggestionsNegotiatingExpressing agreement and disagreementExpressing opinions tentatively, hedging
Describing habits and routinesDescribing past experiencesDescribing experiences and eventsDescribing experiencesCritiquing and reviewing constructively
Describing habits and routinesNegotiating – basicDescribing detailed work responsibilitiesExpressing opinionsExpressing reaction, e.g. indifference
Describing basic work responsibilitiesSynthesizing, evaluating, glossing info
days of the week, numbers, greetingsspelling, numbersfood & cookingcompound adjectives & modifierspersonality – advanced vocabulary
countries & nationalitiesdescribing people: appearance & personalityfamily extended, adjectives of personalityIllnesses & injurieswork – advanced vocabulary
Connecting words, and, but, becauseLinkers: sequential – past timeConnecting words expressing cause and effect, contrast, etcConnecting words expressing cause and effect, contrast etc.Linking devices, logical markers
Comparatives and superlativesAdjectives – superlative – use of definite articleComparatives and superlativesFuture perfectMixed conditionals in past, present and future
Common uncountable nounsCountables and uncountablesConnecting words expressingModals – can’t have, needn’t havePassive forms, all
colours, adjectives, modifiers: quite/ very/reallyprepositions of placestrong adjectivesair travelabstract nouns
adverbs of mannereducationnews & current affairs
adverbs of frequencyexpressions for paraphrasing: like, for example, etc.sportsmusic and artmoney
Adverbs of frequencyDefinite articleBroader range of intensifiers such as too, enoughFuture continuousInversion with negative adverbials
Adverbs of frequencyVerb + ing or infinitive
Adjectives: common and demonstrativeAdjectives – comparatives, use of thanAdverbsAdjectives and adverbsFutures (revision)
Adjectives: common and demonstrativeQuestions
say vs. tell
Want / would like
Wh-questions in the past
Zero and 1st conditional
Past continuous
Linkers: sequential past timeDiscourse markers to structure fromal speechMarkers to structure and signpost
Linkers: although, in spite of, despiteformal and informal speech and writing
Linkers: sequential – past time

 

 

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