Contenidos de inglés de 6º



VOCABULARY
GRAMMAR & STRUCTURES
UNIT 1
hobbies and actions: 
make a snack, do (my) homework, do crafts, play computer games, watch a DVD, read a magazine, feed the animals, go online, practice sport, text (my) friend
net, racket, medal, trophy, champion, goal
can for permission
Possessive pronouns
mine, yours, his, hers, ours their
Review of present continuous
UNIT 2
household items: ring, necklace, bracelet, coin, knife, comb, letter, spoon, bowl, cup
ICT verbs: log on, click on, print out, look up, zoom in, scroll down
Simple past (irregular verbs)
Infinitives of purpose
Review of simple past questions and short answers
UNIT 3
family members: son, daughter, parents, cousins, grandparents, grandson, granddaughter, great-grandmother, great-grandfather, neighbours
parts of the house: upstairs, downstairs, inside, outside, balcony, fence
Past continuous
must / mustn’t (obligation)
Review of have got
UNIT 4
adjectives: shy, confident, generous, selfish, mean, kind, naughty,  careful, lazy, hard-working
important, interesting, clever, famous, exciting, beautiful
Comparatives (with long adjectives / irregular
comparatives)
Superlatives (with long adjectives / irregular comparatives)
Review of Present simple
UNIT 5
food: cheese, bread, butter, flour, burgers, biscuits, jam, chocolate, olive oil, chillies
restaurant: apron, pan, menu, oven, waiter, chef
Quantifiers with countables and uncountables
some, any, a few,  a little, lots of
How much? How many?
Yes, there are / is. No, there aren’t / isn’t.
Describing quantity: There are too many. There aren’t enough. There are
enough. There is too much.
There isn’t enough. There is enough.
Review of going to: future
UNIT 6
jobs: inventor, astronaut, dancer, clothes designer, archaeologist, vet, journalist, architect, sports person, doctor
emotions: proud, disappointed, surprised, curious, scared
will: future
(predictions)
Relative clauses

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