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Back to School

The Basics
Verb-to be Greetings

Hi! Hello!
Good morning!
Good afternoon!
Colors Good evening!
Goodbye! Bye!
pink Goodnight!
blue
yellow How are you?
green Im fine thanks. And
black School supplies
you?
brown Not bad.
schoolbag
white
notebook
orange Im 10 years old
book
red How old are you?
ruler
grey Im from Russia
atlas
purple Whats your name?
pencil sharpener
pencil How do you spell it?
pencil case Whats your favorite
pen sport?

School Subjects
Classroom Language
My favorite subject is
Read
English Listen
geography Be quiet, please.
music Come to the board,
history please.
maths Open your books
computers Close your books
science Sit down please
art Stand up, please.
physical education (PE)
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Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns

I me
You you
He him
She her
It it
We we
You you
They they

AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE QUESTIONS SHORT ANSWERS

I am Im not Am I? Yes, I am. No, Im not.


You are You arent Are you? Yes, you are. No, you arent
He is He isnt Is he? Yes, he is. No, he isnt
She is She isnt Is she? Yes, she is. No, she isnt.
It is It isnt Is it Yes, it is. No, it isnt.
We are We arent Are we? Yes, we are. No, we arent.
You are You arent Are you? Yes, you are. No, you arent.
They are They arent Are they? Yes, they are. No, they arent

Who Who are you?


What What is your name?
When When is your birthday?
Where Where is your book bag?
Why Why are you so slow today?
How How old are you?

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COUNTRIES NATIONALITIES LANGUAGE

The UK British English


The USA American English
Poland Polish Polish
Turkey Turkish Turkish
France French French
Russia Russian Russian
Italy Italian Italian
Portugal Portuguese Portuguese
Greece Greek Greek
Mexico Mexican Spanish
China Chinese Chinese
Spain Spain Spanish
Japan Japanese Japanese
Saudi Arabia Saudi Arabian Arabic

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Cool Stuff
Personal Things
Parts of the Body
Plurals
Have got

My stuff

guitar
helmet Describing People
bike/bicycle
basketball young/old
trainers long/short: hair/nose
video/computer game tall/short
skateboard big/small
sunglasses thin/fat
digital camera
watch
comic book

Parts of the body this these

head that those


nose
ears
eyes
arm
hand
leg
foot/feet
beard
face
teeth
knee
skin

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AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE QUESTIONS SHORT ANSWERS

I have got I havent got Have I got? Yes, I have. No, I havent.
You have got You havent got Have you got? Yes, I have. No, I havent.
He has got He hasnt got Has he got? Yes, he has. No, he hasnt.
She has got She hasnt got Has she got? Yes, she has. No, she hasnt.
It has got It hasnt got Has it got? Yes, it has. No, it hasnt.
We have got We havent got Have we got? Yes, we have .No, we havent.
You have got You havent got Have you got? Yes, we have. No, we havent.
They have got They havent got Have they got? Yes, they have. No, they
havent.

Personal Pronouns Possessive Adjectives

I my
You your
He his
She her
It its
We our
You your
They their

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Singular Nouns Plural Nouns

doll dolls
brush brushes
mouse mice
man men
cat cats
foot feet
child children
tomato tomatoes
watch watches
class classes
lady ladies
cherry cherries
leaf leaves
baby babies
knife knives
woman women
glass glasses
life lives
tooth teeth
key keys
box boxes
tomato tomatoes
name names
scarf scarves

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The Home
There is/There are
a/an
Prepositions of place
Ordinal numbers

bathroom
kitchen
living room
bedroom
hall
door
wall
sofa
floor
stove/cooker
cupboard
mirror
stairs
sink
fireplace
wood
apartment building
block of flats
table
fridge
chair
armchair
carpet
cushions (sofa)
closet/wardrobe
bookcase
desk
pillows
vase
flowers

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Affirmative Negative Questions Short Answers

There is There isnt Is there? Yes, there is. No, there isnt.
There are There arent Are there? Yes, there are. NO, there arent.

a/an Some any


For 1 thing Means a few Used for questions and negatives
For uncountables
A chair
An apple Some chairs I havent got any French books.
Some water/butter/sugar Have you got any money?

CANT

I can swim He cant fly.


Birds can fly. Babies cant read.
He can draw pictures. She cant drive a car.

Prepositions Ordinal Numbers


in
on first
under second
behind third
next to fourth
in front of fifth
between sixth
near seventh
eight
ninth
tenth
eleventh
twelfth
thirteenth
fourteenth
twentieth
twenty-first

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Families
Describing people
Describing People
Daily routines
rude
clever Present Simple
quiet Jobs
ugly Telling time
hardworking
polite
happy
funny
strong
weak
noisy
silly
serious

Families

granddad
grandma
dad
mum/mom
brother
sister
uncle
aunt
daughter
father-in-law
mother-in-law
husband
wife
cousin/cousin

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Daily Routines

get up in the morning


go to school
got to bed Present Simple
have breakfast
have lunch We use it for habits of routines.
have dinner We use it for things that are true.
watch TV We use it with these words:
have dinner always
in the morning ever
in the afternoon every day/week/year
in the evening usually
frequently
sometimes

AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE QUESTSIONS SHORT ANSWERS


No s
I like I dont like Do I like? Yes, I do. No, I dont.
You like You dont like Do you like? Yes, I do. No, I dont.
He likes He doesnt like Does he like? Yes, he does. No, he doesnt.
She likes She doesnt like Does she like? Yes, she does. No, she doesnt.
It likes It doesnt like Does it like? Yes, it does. No, it doesnt.
We like We dont like Do we like? Yes, we do. No, we dont.
You like You dont like Do you like? Yes, we do. No, we dont.
They like They dont like Do they like? Yes, they do. No, they dont.

I love swimming.

I hate getting up early.

Adverbs of Frequency

always All the time


usually Most of the time
often Quite a lot
sometimes Now and then
never Not at all
frequently Quite often

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Jobs What do they do?

vet looks after sick animals


teacher teaches children
mechanic fixes cars
secretary types letters, helps her boss
hairdresser fixes peoples hair/cuts hair
nurse takes care of people in the hospital
photographer takes pictures
footballer plays football
pilot flies planes

Telling Time: What times is it?

Its 5 oclock.
Its five thirty. 5:30`
Its quarter past five.
Its quarter to 6.
Its 5:15.
Its 7:45.
At 8 oclock

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Animals
Parts of animals
Prepositions of time
Comparative and Superlative

Animals Parts of Animals

cow claws
horse wings
eagle beak
bear body
sheep legs
fox head
chimpanzee feathers
chicken tail
rabbit fur
elephant hooves
duck scales
squirrel teeth
sheep mouth
hamster horns
giraffe
dolphins
goats

IN AT ON

December at 8 oclock on my birthday


in the morning at school on Monday
in the afternoon at work on Christmas day
in the evening at night on august 8th
in summer/winter at noon/at midnight
in spring/in autumn at the weekend

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Adjective Comparative Superlative

long longer than the longest of/in/


wide wider than the widest of/in
big bigger than the biggest of/in
heavy heavier than the heaviest of/in
beautiful more beautiful than the most beautiful of/in
good better than best of/in
bad worse than the worse of/in
fast faster than the fastest in/of
many more than the most of/in
long longer than the longest in/of
thin thinner than the thinnest in/of
dangerous more dangerous the most dangerous of/in
than

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Weather
Sports Verbs
Present Continuous
Clothes

Weather

Its raining
Its snowing
Its foggy
Its hot.
Its warm.
Its freezing
Its cloudy.
Its windy.
Its cold.

SPORTS GO PLAY DO

go skiing play computer games do karate


go camping play tennis do judo
go swimming play basketball do exercises
go sailing play ping pong
go windsurfing play handball
go jogging play football

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AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE QUESTIONS SHORT ANSWERS

I am playing I am not playing Am I playing? Yes, I am. No, Im not.


You are playing You arent Are you playing? Yes, I am. No, Im not.
playing.
He is playing. He isnt playing. Is he playing? Yes, he is. No, he isnt.
She is playing She isnt playing. Is she playing? Yes, she is. No, she isnt.
It is playing. It isnt playing. Is it playing? Yes, it is. No, it isnt.
We are playing. We arent Are we playing? Yes, we are. No, we arent.
playing.
You are playing. You arent Are you playing? Yes, you are. No, you arent.
playing.
They are They arent Are they playing? Yes, they are. No, they
applying. playing. arent.

Clothes

jacket
tie
sneakers/trainers
shirt
shoes
suit
socks
belt
hat
gloves
shorts
skirt
dress
sandals
flip flops
a top
sweater/jumper
boots
pants/trousers
jeans

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Food
Food containers
Some/any
Will/wont

Food

grapes
butter
chicken
yoghurt
cheese
oranges
beef
carrots
lamb
pork
cabbage
lettuce
corn
rice
spaghetti
apples
bananas
potatoes
onions
garlic
pasta
soup
bread
milk
ice cream
cake
pizza
salad
cookies/biscuits
olive oil
sugar
flour
coca-cola

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Affirmative Negative Questions Short answers

I will go I wont go. Will I go? Yes, I will. No, I wont.


You will go You wont go. Will you go? Yes, I will. No, I wont.
He will go. He wont go. Will he go? Yes, he will. No, he wont.
She will go. She wont go. Will she go? Yes, she will. No, she wont.
It will go. It wont go. Will it go? Yes, it will. No, it wont.
We will go. We wont go. Will we go? Yes, we will. No, we wont.
You will go. You wont go. Will you go? Yes, you will. No, you wont.
They will go. They wont go. Will they go? Yes, they will. No, they wont.

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

We use it for now.

We use it with these words:


now
at the moment
right now
today
tonight

AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE QUESTIONS SHORT ANSWERS

I am going to leave I am not going to leave. Are we going to Yes, I am. No, I am not.
leave?
You are going to You are not going to Are you going to Yes, I am. No, I am not.
leave. leave,. leave?
He is going to leave. He is not going to leave.. Is he going to leave? Yes, he is. No, he isnt
She is going to leave. She is not going to Is she going to leave? Yes, she is. No, she isnt
leave.
It is going to leave. It is not going to leave. Is it going to leave? Yes, it is. No, it isnt
We are going to We are not going to Are we going to Yes, we are. No, we arent
leave. leave. leave?
You are going to You are not going to Are you going to Yes, you are. No, you
leave. leave. leave? arent.
They are going to They are not going to Are they going to Yes, they are. No, they
leave. leave. leave? arent.

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Agreeing/Disagreeing
Types of movies
Adjectives for movies
Was/were
Past simple Tense
Past simple time words

AGREEING DISAGREEING

Yes, I do. Me neither.


So, do I. Neither, do I.
Really, I do. Really, I dont.

Film Adjectives
Types of films

action
boring
horror
interesting
animated cartoon
sad
comedy
funny
musical
frightening
adventure
exciting
romance
detective
western
science fiction
fantasy

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Past Simple Tense Was/were

I was I wasnt Was I? Yes, I was./No, I wasnt.


You were You werent Were you? Yes, you were./No, you werent.
He was He wasnt Was he? Yes, he was. No, he wasnt.
She was She wasnt Was she? Yes, she was. No, she wasnt.
It was It wasnt Was it? Yes it was. No, it wasnt.
We were We werent Were we? Yes, we were. No, we werent.
You were You werent Were you? Yes. You were. No, you werent.
They were They werent Were they? Yes, they were. No, they werent.

Time Words

yesterday (morning)
last week
2 days ago

Past Simple Regular Verbs

I played I didnt play. Did I play? Yes, I did. No, I didnt.


You played You didnt play Did you play? Yes, I did. No, I didnt.
He played He didnt play. Did he play? Yes, he did. No, he didnt.
She played She didnt play. Did she play? Yes, she did. No. she didnt.
It played It didnt play. Did it play? Yes, it did. No, it didnt.
We played We didnt play. Did we play? Yes, we did. No, we didnt.
You played You didnt play. Did you play? Yes, you did. No, you didnt.
They played They didnt play. Did they play? Yes, they did. No, they didnt.

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