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Level A1+ (Beginner)  Vocabulary


Part 1

School subjects and facilities

Daily routines/chores

Household appliances

Clothes and accessories

Free-tirne activities

Physical appearance

Personality adjectives


Part 2

Holiday activities

Means of transport

Words related to exploring

Points of the compass



Part 3


Body parts

Words/Phrases related to misfortunes

Words/Phrases related to mystery

Adjectives describing emotions

Words related to funfairs


Part 4

Places in a town/city


Types of houses

Words related to space 


Part 5

Computer parts

Words related to the environment


Animals and their habitats

Party preparations


Part 6

TV programmes

Words related to the music industry

Words related to sport Jobs


Part 7

Ailments and illnesses

Words related to text messaging

Prices - Money

Words/Phrases related to shopping


Food and eating habits


Part 8

Adjectives ending in -y. -ous. -ful

Adjectives expressing feelings

Words related to magazines and films



Level A1+ (Beginner)  Grammar


Part 1

Present Simple

to Be

Prepositions of time

Adverbs of frequency

How often?

Present Progressive

Present Simple vs Present


Stative verbs

like/love/enjoy/hate/can't stand +-ing form

would like/want + to


Part 2

Past Simple

Time expressions

The verb could

Adverbs of manner

The verb used to

Object pronouns


Part 3

Past Progressive

Past Simple - Past Progressive

Time clauses (when-while)


Compounds of some-any-no-every


Part 4


Prepositions of place and movement

Comparative forms as + adjective + as

Superlative forms



Part 5

Future be going to

Time expressions

Present Progressive (future


Future will

must - have to

Conditional Sentences Type 1


Part 6

Present Perfect Simple

Time expressions

Present Perfect vs Past Simple

have been - have gone

How long?, for, since

Question tags


Part 7

The verb should

too - enough

one - ones

much / many / a lot of / lots of / a few/a little

Possessive pronouns

Possessive case



Part 8

Relative pronouns: who / which /that

So / Neither

Present Simple Passive

Past Simple Passive



Level A1+ (Beginner)  Speaking


Part 1

Discussing habitual actions and routines

Discussing current activities and temporary states

Distinguishing between current activities and habitual actions

Expressing likes/dislikes

Expressing desire

Describing people


Part 2

Talking about past events

Expressing ability in the past

Discussing past habits

Expressing opinion


Part 3

Narrating past events

Understanding sequence

Expressing emotions

Making offers

Accepting and refusing offers


Part 4

Asking for. giving and refusing permission

Making requests and offers

Expressing possibility in the present or future

Asking about and identifying the location of buildings

Asking for and giving directions

Making comparisons

Expressing preference


Part 5

Discussing future plans

Making predictions, promises, on-the-spot decisions, offers and requests

Expressing obligation and lack of obligation

Expressing prohibition

Referring to conditions and their results

Making suggestions

Inviting and accepting or refusing an invitation


Part 6

Talking about past experiences

Linking past and present time

Asking for and giving confirmation



Part 7

Asking for and giving advice

Asking and answering about quantity

Expressing opinion and making suggestions

Expressing emotions

Expressing preference


Part 8

Defining people and things

Finding things in common

Agreeing and disagreeing

Expressing feelings

Expressing opinion



Level A1+ (Beginner)  Writing


Part 1

A paragraph for a website

A description of a person

Developing skills:

Word order and paragraphing


Part 2

A paragraph about a famous person of the past

An e-mail to a friend about a school trip

Developing skills:

Linking words (and. but. so, because)

Set phrases for letters and e-mails


Part 3

A paragraph about an accident

A story based on prompts

Developing skills:

Advice for story writing


Part 4

A description of one's town/city

Developing skills:

Avoiding repetition

Using a variety of adjectives


Part 5

Predictions about one's life in the future

An e-mail invit ng a friend to a party

Developing skills:

Set phrases to invite and accept or refuse an invitation


Part 6

A paragraph about one's favourite team

An e-mail giving news

Developing skills:

Using tenses


Part 7

A note and a text message

A letter to an advice column

Developing skills:

Set phrases to ask for and give advice


Part 8

A description of a film

Developing skills:

Using a variety of structures