4preliminaryPerformance Indicators


  • deţine un vocabular activ de bază de circa 400 cuvinte
  • ştie să comunice evenimente în timpul prezent şi trecut, acţiuni încheiate recent şi experienţe de viaţă
  • ştie să comunce unde se află unele obiecte şi când se desfăşoară unele evenimente
  • ştie să exprime opoziţii, comparaţii şi proprietăţi
  • ştie să formuleze întrebări, să răspundă şi să scrie fraze compuse
Grammar and Structures List
Grammar and Structures What are they used for? Some examples
Past Simple
including common irregular past forms as well as regular forms,
interrogative and negative
Talking about past events We watched a football match on TV last night.
I drove to the hotel.
Did John drink all the orange juice?
Present Perfect Simple
interrogative and negative
Talking about actions only recently completed
Talking about experiences
The man has just eaten the sandwich.
Have you ever been to London?
I have never seen a dolphin.
Can + bare infinitive Talking about skills. I can play the guitar.
Imperative Following single-step instructions in a familiar context Take a piece of paper.
Stand near the door.
Basic adjectives For descriptive purposes, including expressing opposites My father bought a new car yesterday.
Comparatives and superlatives Talking about comparisons between people and things John isn’t as tall as Jane.
Sue is the tallest/ the most beautiful girl in our class.
My rabbit is older than/more beautiful than my friend’s rabbit.
The possessive form Expressing ownership That sandwich is Jane’s.
Mine, yours, his, hers, its, ours, theirs Talking about ownership, possessions, who things belong to My bicycle is newer than yours.
That book is mine.
much, many, a lot, a lot of Talking about amounts of things which can and cannot be counted How much money have you got? I’ve got a lot of it!
It rains a lot in England.
How many brothers has she got?
some, any Talking about things which can and cannot be counted, in the positive and negative There is some bread.
There isn’t any butter.
by, with, next to Talking about where things are The children are standing next to the clock.
ever, never, ago, yet, just Talking about when things happen I went to Paris six years ago.