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English V by Mind Map: English V

1. 1st Partial

1.1. Vocabulary

1.1.1. Week 2: Charity, seek, flee, vote

1.1.2. Week 3: Parade, feast, ask out, pick up

1.1.3. Week 4: Call on, wallflower, eat in

1.1.4. Week 5: Fall for, blind date, break up

1.2. Grammar

1.2.1. Simple past and present perfect Sophia and I met yesterday. They have never eaten there before.

1.2.2. Past perfect They had completed the project.

1.2.3. Gerunds and infinitives I forgot to write that email. Stop watching the news.

1.2.4. Future simple and continuous I will come back tomorrow. You'll be missing the sunshine once you're back in England.

1.2.5. Reported speech “I was working late last night.” She said that she had been working late the night before.

1.3. Listening

1.3.1. Song “Killing me softly”

1.3.2. Edgar Allan Poe Biography

1.3.3. Poem “For Annie”

1.4. Writing

1.4.1. Story of a party

1.4.2. Role play.- Interview with a famous person Salma Hayek El "Chapo"

1.5. Reading

1.5.1. Poem “For Annie” Copies page 33

2. 2nd Partial

2.1. 3rd Conditional

2.1.1. Is used to talk about unreal situation in the past Examples: I wouldn't have left my job if I had known how difficult it is to find another one. I would have taken a photo if I had brought my camera with me. He would have died if the ambulance hadn't arrived quickly.

2.2. Midterm review

2.2.1. Present perfect 2 Past perfect Gerunds and infinitives Future continuous Future simple Reported speech Passive voice 3rd conditional They have written three letters already. After Sofie had finished her work, she went to lunch. Daniel quit smoking a year ago. While I am going to be finishing my homework, she is going to make dinner. She'll write the e-mail after lunch. "Bill arrived on Saturday", he said. He said that Bill had arrived on Saturday. Passive: Twenty civilians were killed in the bomb explosion. Active: Someone killed twenty civilians in the bomb explosion. I would have taken a photo if I had brought my camera with me.

2.3. Reading

2.3.1. Story “My Son Jacob

2.4. Modals of possibility and probability


2.4.2. Must, may, might, can’t and couldn’t are used with a present perfect verb form to show how certain a speaker is that a past situation happened or didn’t happen. They might come later. They may come by car. It can be very cold in winter. If we don’t hurry we could be late.


2.5. Comparisons: so/such/too/enough

2.5.1. Too and Enough are used with adjectives and indicate degree. I can’t eat this. There is too much salt in it. Ex: There are too many people here. Let’s go outside.

2.5.2. So and such are used to give emphasis Ex: It was raining so hard we had to stop the car. Ex: She’s got such a wonderful voice.

2.6. Writing

2.6.1. “Guess the 20 medical lies that you still believe" "Investigate a rare illness and create a presentation for possible treatments

2.7. Speaking

2.7.1. How to survive a...

2.7.2. Environmental footprint calculator: