3primaryPerformance Indicators


  • deţine un vocabular activ de bază de circa 300 cuvinte
  • ştie să zică orarul
  • ştie să se prezinte, să deie informaţii personale şi familiare, descrie obişnuinţe, routines şi activităţi zilnice
  • ştie să comunice când şi cât de fregvent se desfăşură o acţiune sau un eveniment
  • ştie să formuleze întrebări şi propoziţii la forma negativă

Grammar and Structures List

Grammar and Structures What are they used for? Some examples
There is/ there are Identifying something/someone There is a book on the table.
There are four girls in the kitchen.
Present simple Talking about habits, routines, facts (such as where a person lives), the actions of everyday life My uncle lives in a small house.
She is thirteen years old.
I always take the bus to school.
The present simple with the verb ‘like’ + ‘ing’ in the third person singular and plural Describing what people or animals like doing My cat likes sleeping in the garden.
My brothers like playing football in the park.
Present continuous Talking about present actions My brothers are playing football in the park at the moment.
Interrogative forms of the above two tenses Asking and answering questions about the above Do they often go to the cinema?
Do you have/ Have you got a computer?
Are the children doing their homework?
Is she eating her breakfast at the moment?
Negative forms of the above two tenses Making the above negative Sue doesn’t like dogs.
John isn’t studying now, he is talking on the phone.
The modal ‘can’ Describing an ability or skill He can play the guitar.
They can cook.
All personal pronouns as subject or object – I, you, he, she, it, we, they, me, you, him, her, it, us, them Describing and identifying people, animals and objects Do you want my father?
He is in the garden.
John is with him.
Demonstrative pronouns – this, these, that, those Asking for, and giving information These are tables.
That family is rich.
Is this a kettle?
because, and, or, but Linking sentence parts and ideas John and Mary are in the garden because it is sunny.
What, Who, Where, When, Why, How many Asking questions about people, animals and objects What is this?
Who is that girl?
Where are Peter and Paul?
Adverbs of time – today, now, at the moment
Adverbs of frequency – always, never, sometimes, often, usually, every day, every week, every month
Describing when and how often someone does something or something> Discriminating between the present continuous and the present simple I usually eat an egg for breakfast.At the moment, John is playing in the park.
In, on, at, to Talking about time, place, position The examination finishes at 4p.m.
My brother is 10 years old in August.
I am going to Disney World on 1st August.
10.15 = ten fifteen or (a) quarter past ten telling the time ten fifteen, twenty past one, half past ten, a quarter to two,  eleven forty-five,  etc.
simple nouns, including some common irregular ones
Countable and uncountable nouns
The names of common shapes
Talking about numbers of thingsTalking about amounts and quantities
Describing the shape of something
eg, book-books, box-boxes man-men, woman-women, child-children, party-partiesCan I have the butter?Can I have two sweets?
This is a square. That is a circle.
The formulaic salutations of informal writing in messages such as emails, postcards Writing communication Dear
love from



1. Nouns:

sets of lexical items
Clothes dress, shirt, T-shirt, trousers, skirt, boots, socks, shoes, trainers, hat, watch.
jeans, jacket, tie, coat
Food, meals and drink cake, ice-cream, biscuits, pizza, hamburger, hot-dog, omelette, steak, fish, salad, breakfast, lunch, dinner, party, milk, juice.
bread, tea, coffee, water, lemonade, egg, chicken, sandwich, sugar, ketchup, chips, cheese, sweets, butter
Birds penguin, parrot, duck,
hen, chicken
Jobs teacher, doctor, farmer, secretary, businessman/woman, policeman/woman, shop assistant, in the army, student
School pen, pencil, rubber, ruler, book, desk, computer, blackboard, classroom, bag
teacher, homework, work, test, exam, student, lesson
Transport helicopter, boat, bus, bicycle, car, train, aeroplane,
taxi, bike, motor bicycle, motorbike, tractor, lorry (Brit), truck (Amer)
Animals monkey, lion, bear, elephant, crocodile, cat, dog, snake, tiger, zebra, rabbit, mouse,
fox, frog, spider, hippo, giraffe, horse, sheep, cows, pets
Household television, video, chair, table, house, cassette-player, bed, bath, clock, picture, vase, photo, radio, door, mat, window, floor, cupboard,
mirror, sofa, armchair, shower, wardrobe
Kitchen glass, plate, bowl, cup, knife, fork, spoon
Vegetables potato, tomato, carrot, cabbage
Fruit pear, peach, apple, banana, orange, lemon
cherry, strawberry, melon
Fish dolphin, octopus, shark, whale, starfish, fish, goldfish
Garden flower, tree, grass
Days of the week Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
Months of the year January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Sport football, tennis, swimming, basketball, volleyball
baseball, fishing, football match, tennis racket, running
Places park, garden, home, school, shop, house, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom
living room, zoo, farm, supermarket, office, cinema, cafe, restaurant, car park, flat, swimming pool, town centre, beach, sea, mountains, town, city, village, fields, country (e.g. England etc.), countryside
Musical Instruments guitar, piano, drum
Toys ball, kite, castle, soldiers, paint, paintbrush, puppet, drum, gun
Weather sun, rain, wind, snow, hot, cold
Parts of the body hair, eyes, mouth, nose, face, arms, legs, foot/feet, head, hands
Letters a-z
Cardinal numbers one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen, fifteen, sixteen, seventeen, eighteen, nineteen, twenty
twenty-one to sixty
Time expressions four fifteen, [a] quarter past/to four, half past four, ten past four, four ten, ten to four, etc.
morning, evening, today
Exams letters, words, sentence, question, answer, story
Family members and people mother, father, brother, sister, baby, girl, boy, child, children
aunt, uncle, cousin, grandmother, grandfather, Mum, Dad, man, woman, friend
Shapes square, circle, triangle, rectangle
Miscellaneous film, newspaper, magazine, star, moon, thing
 2. Adjectives: sets of lexical items
Size tall, short, big, small, favourite, best, little
Feelings happy, sad
Colours black, blue, green, yellow, white, orange, red, grey, brown,
pink, purple
Age old, young, new
Other clever, nice, good
Modifiers Very
3. VERBS watch, play, listen, cook, wear, go, read, write, eat, drink, sit, stand, have, has, is, are, am,
live, work, walk, run, sleep, ride, drive, make, do, understand, want, like, can, swim, look, have/has got, get up, start, talk, buy, tell, clean, wash
4. ARTICLES a, an, the
5. PERSONAL PRONOUNS I, you, he, she, it, we, they,
me, him, them, us
6.POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES my, your, his, her, our, their
7.PREPOSITIONS in, under, behind, on, near, in front of, at,
to, (by, about, for – may appear in certain expressions; not tested)
8.QUESTION WORDS What, When, Why, Where, Who, Whose
9.ADVERBS today, now, at the moment, never, always, sometimes, often, usually, every day, every week
10. CONJUNCTIONS because, and, or, then, next
11. DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS this, that, these, those