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1. Cambridge

1.1. Unit 2.3 and 9.1

1.1.1. MODALS Speculation Ideas or guesses about something unknown Deduction The act or process of using logic or reason to from a conclusion

1.2. Unit 7.1

1.2.1. GERUNDS & INFINITIVES Gerunds -ing Infinitives to + base form

1.3. Unit 8.1

1.3.1. READING

1.4. Unit 8.2

1.4.1. USED TO AND WOULD Used to only for past states, actions that don´t happen now- we cannot use it for things that still happen now. would to talk about repeated and it should not be used unless it has already been stablished that the time frame is in the past.

1.5. Unit 9.2


1.6. Unit 10.2

1.6.1. REVIEW OF FUTURE TENSES Future Simple Future plans Giong to Plans that generally will happen soon Present Continuis Imminent future events Present Simple Events planned on a known date Future Continious Thinking ahead of a certain point in the future Future Perfect Simple Events that have not happened yet but WILL in the future Future Perfect Continious indicate duration

1.7. Unit 11.2

1.7.1. PAST & PRESENT PARTICIPLES Adverbs describe verbs, adjectives and adverbs LV verbs that we cant use adverbs with Past Particilple Express a passive action Present Participle Express a active action

1.8. Unit 12.2

1.8.1. COLLOCATIONS WITH COME, TELL AND FALL Passive Action more important than the person we dont know who did something Used in News Example


2.1. Adjectives and Adverbs

2.1.1. Adjectives describe or modify nouns pronouns

2.1.2. Adverbs modify verbs adjectives adverbs

2.2. Articles

2.2.1. define a noun as specific or unspecific Indefinite Not something in particular Definite refers to something in particular

2.3. Prepositions (phrasal verbs)

2.3.1. indicate location or expresses a relationship from a noun/pronoun to another word Idiomatic meaning of the preposition changes depending on the combination Literal what you'd expect