Studentul deţine un vocabular activ şi suficient şi cunoştinţă structurală astfel încât este în grad de a :
- scrie un text scurt şi articulat despre argumente descriptive şi narative
- citi şi de a înţelege un text adaptat din o varietate de argumente familiare
- formula şi de a răspunde întrebărilor despre evenimente prezente şi trecute
- distinge şi de a folosi o varietate de timpuri verbale în contexte familiare: prezent, trecut şi viitor
- exprima intenţii de bază,scopuri,obligaţii,preferinţe şi sfaturi
Grammar and Structures List
|Grammar and Structures||What are they used for?||Some examples|
|Future simple -will
1st conditional – with ‘if’ clause present and result clause will/won’t
|Talking about future plans
Talking about future plans which have conditions on them
|What will you do when you are older?
If it rains, we won’t go to the park.
|Future of intention ‘be going to’||Talking about future intentions||I’m going to see a film this evening.|
|Past continuous – when, while||Talking about past activities which were interrupted||I was having my breakfast when the postman knocked. While I was studying, he played loud music.|
|Used to||Talking about long past habits and states||My father used to work in an office.
My sister used to have long hair.
|Modals -should, must||Expressing obligation and advice||You must study hard if you want to go to university.
You mustn’t worry about it.
You should always lock your car.
|Infinitive of purpose||Talking about the purpose of doing something||Jane went to America to learn English|
|Isn’t he? Aren’t you? Do you? Etc||Asking for confirmation of a negative or positive statement or inviting an answer to a question||You are coming to my party, aren’t you?
You haven’t seen my car keys, have you?
|Which, who, that||Identifying people and objects||This is the best cake that I have ever eaten.
Jack is the one who is sitting at the back of the class.
|Myself, himself, herself, etc.||Identify people and objects||He hurt himself.|
|Adverbs of frequency, e.g.
never, sometimes; adverbs of manner, e.g. quietly, slowly; adverbs of time, e.g. today, now. Adverbs of degree, e.g. a lot, a little
(and associated word order)
Simple modal adverbs e.g. possibly, probably, perhaps
Adverbs of sequence e.g. first, finally, next, then
|Describing how often, how, when and to what extent people do something.Indicating degree of possibility.Ordering events and understanding instructions and directions.||I have never flown in a plane.
At the moment, the children are playing in the park.
The children walked home
slowly.He is probably in his room.First, I had my breakfast.
Go down the road and then straight on.
|The contrast of too/enough||Talking about the extent of something||The student isn’t trying hard enough, he never does his homework.
The student is trying too hard, he will make himself ill.
|Prepositions as used in some very common phrasal verbs* and prepositional phrases*.||You must put on a hat if you go out in the sun.
I am very fond of my pets.
|e.g. really, quite, so, very||Indicating degree.||It is really hot today.|
|Markers e.g. right, well.Use of substitution.||Structuring conversation.Responding appropriately.||“Right, has everyone got a book?”
I think so. I hope so.
|First name, surname, age, date of birth, address, postcode, country, nationality.||Coping in formal situations especially when filling in forms.||Date of Birth: 30.10.78|