4º E.S.O.

Pendientes de 3º de E.S.O.

 CONTENTS OF TEST 1 (UNITS 1-3) (11th April):

UNIT 1

Vocabulary:
  • Journeys. 
  • Feelings.
 Grammar:
  • Past Simple. Regular and Irregular verbs.
  • Used to.
  • Past Continuous. Contrast Past Simple & Continuous.
UNIT 2

Vocabulary:
  • Achievements.
  • Activities.
 Grammar:
  • Past Simple. Regular and Irregular verbs.
  • Present Perfect Simple.
  • Contrast Past Simple & Present Perfect Simple.
UNIT 3

Vocabulary:
  • Travel.
  • Travel items.
 Grammar:
  • Future tenses: Will, Be going to, Present continuous.

IMPORTANT!

You can use this page with exercises of the different units to prepare the test. You can also use your 3º ESO WORKBOOK.

CONTENTS OF TEST 2 (UNITS 4-6) (9th May):

 UNIT 4

Vocabulary

  • Places in town.
  • Around town.

Grammar

  • First, Second and Third Conditionals.
UNIT 5

Vocabulary:
  • Adjectives.
  • Menus.

Grammar

  • Relative pronouns. 
  • Defining relative clauses.
UNIT 6

Vocabulary

  • Relationships.
  • Adjectives of personality.

Grammar

  • Modal verbs.

CONTENTS OF TEST 3 (UNITS 7-9) (23rd May):

 UNIT 7

Vocabulary

  • Crime.
  • Crime reports.

Grammar

  • The Passive: Present Simple and Past Simple.
UNIT 8

Vocabulary

  • Inventions. 
  • Appliances.

Grammar

  • Past Perfect Simple.
  • Contrast: Past Perfect Simple/Past Simple.
UNIT 9

Vocabulary

  • The animal world.
  • Parts of the body.

Grammar

  • Reported Speech.

Getting started

VOCABULARY
Places in town: church, tennis court, etc.
Adjectives: brave, lazy, etc.
Food: protein, sugar, etc.
The animal world: amphibian, sheep, etc.

GRAMMAR
Present simple & continuous: I swim / She's swimming, etc.
Past simple & continuous: I ran, I was runnng, etc.
Articles & quantifiers: the, a/an, some, any, a lot, etc.
Comparison of adjectives: longer than..., the best, etc.
Comparative structures: too young, (not) easy enough.
Comparison of adverbs: She sings well, We did it more beautifully than you, etc.

SPEAKING
Exchanging personal information: What type of person are you?, What year are you in?, etc.
Classroom language: How do you spell...?, Can you repeat that, please?, etc.

PRACTICE FOR EXAM (with key):
Comparative & Superlative adjectives 1
Comparative & Superlative adjectives 2
Comparative & Superlative adjectives 3
Comparative & Superlative adjectives 4

IRREGULAR VERBS LIST: 
Student's Book, pages 180-181.

ONLINE PRACTICE (self-study):
Irregular verbs online exercises  1  2  3  4  5  6  7  8  9  10  11  12
(¡¡Los verbos irregulares más usados de 10 en 10 y con audio!! ¡Pruébalo!)
Past Simple: 1  2  3  4  5 Past Simple - Translation Spanish ->English: 1  2
Question words: 1 2 3 4 5

Unit 1 - Taking risks

VOCABULARY
Risks and dangers: turn back, give up, support, etc.
Adjctives: daring, sceptical, humble, etc.

GRAMMAR
Future verb tenses: will, be going to, present continuous.
Future continuous: We will be waiting here, etc.

READING
The sky is our limit.
Wingsuit jumping school.
A brochure.

SPEAKING
Talking about plans: I'm going to go skydiving. It wll be great, etc.
Comparing activities: At 11 tonight I'll be sleeping, Not me I'll be studying, etc.
Interviewing: How would you describe yourself?, I'm mad about sport, etc.

LISTENING
A conversation about a extreme sports festival.
Interviews: an interview about for the school newspaper.

WRITING
A report about a person.
Connectors of cause: because (of), since, as, due to, as a result of.
Connectors of effect: as a result, so, therefore.

CULTURE
Media: On the front line.

WAY TO ENGLISH
Giving warnings: Don' touch!, Watch out for sharks, Caution!, etc.
Safety instructions: wear water shoes, never panic, etc.

PRACTICE FOR EXAM (with key):
Grammar & Vocabulary extra practice

ONLINE PRACTICE (self-study):
[coming soon]

Unit 2 - Kings and queens

VOCABULARY
Royalty: relatives, army, advisor, etc.
Films and television: twists, spoiler, ratings, etc.

GRAMMAR
Relative clauses.
Some-, any-, no- compounds: something, anywhere, nobody, etc.

READING
Game of Thrones.
A TV review.

SPEAKING
Doing a trivia quiz: What was the name of...?, Who is the heir to...?, etc.
Giving information: I enjoy watching..., which..., My favourite actor is..., who..., etc.
Talking about films: What type of film is it?, It's a romantic musical, etc.

LISTENING
A discussion about a language: Dothraki language in Game of Thrones.
A film review.

WRITING
A film review.
Connectors of contrast: but, however, although, even though, while, despite.

CULTURE
Culture: Pop star royalty.

WAY TO ENGLISH
Meeting friends: I'm not sure. Can I get...?, Will you be free on...?, etc.
A presentation: a place you have visited/ want to visit.

PRACTICE FOR EXAM (with key):
Grammar & Vocabulary extra practice
Some/Any compounds 1
Some/Any compounds 2
Relative pronouns

ONLINE PRACTICE (self-study):
[coming soon]

Unit 3 - It's a mystery!

VOCABULARY
Mysteries: notice, look into, assume, etc.
Natural & supernatural phenomena: roar, smoke, flames, etc.

GRAMMAR
Present perfect simple/ Past simple: I saw a ghost, I've never seen a ghost, etc.
Past perfect simple/ Past simple: He discovered that..., I had never told anyone, etc.
Used to: He used to hang out with friends, We didn't use to visit the village, etc.

READING
The green children.
An article.

SPEAKING
Discussing the news: What happened?, An aeroplane has vanished, etc.
Telling a story: On Friday evening I went to..., This story took place in ..., etc.
Talking about unusual phenomena: When did this occur?, In July 2014, etc.

LISTENING
A mystery tour: Listening to a tour guide telling visitors about a mystery.
School presentations: Listening to students presenting their school projects.

WRITING
A narrative.
Connectors of sequence: previously, at first, in the beginning, eventually, finally, in the end.

CULTURE
Culture: What's in a name?

WAY TO ENGLISH
UK & US English: Identifying British and American speakers.
Online posts: posting opinions about superstitions.

PRACTICE FOR EXAM (with key):
Grammar & Vocabulary extra practice

ONLINE PRACTICE (self-study):
Past Simple: 1  2  3  4  5 Past Simple - Translation Spanish ->English: 1  2
Used to: 1  2  3  4
Used to - Translation Spanish ->English: 1  2
[more coming soon]

Unit 4 - Living together

VOCABULARY
Social interacton: sense of belonging, pull my wight, lend, etc.
City life: slum, low-income, commute, etc.

GRAMMAR
First and ∅ conditionals: If I arrive soon, I'll... / If you boil water, it evaporates, etc.
Time clauses: I don't go out before I finish / As soon as I see it, I buy it, etc.
Second and third conditionals: If I were you, I'd... / If I had known, I wouldn't have..., etc.

READING
Ants: All for one and one for all.
An infographic.

SPEAKING
Comparing behaviour: What do you do as soon as...?, What do you do if someone...?, etc.
Expressing regret: If I had been..., I wouldn't have... / If they hadn't..., we would have..., etc.
Talking about problems and solutions: There's a lot of litter in the park, Why don't you...?, etc.

LISTENING
A quiz: animals.
A radio programme: problems and solutions.

WRITING
A formal e-mail about a problem.
Formal language: Could you please...?, I would appreciate..., etc.

CULTURE
Social studies: Let's fight back.

WAY TO ENGLISH
Interviewing: Would you like to work...?, Have you ever...?, etc.
A questionnaire: writing a questionnaire for volunteer work.

PRACTICE FOR EXAM (with key):
Grammar & Vocabulary extra practice

ONLINE PRACTICE (self-study):
[coming soon]

Unit 5 - Made for you

VOCABULARY
Marketing: tempted, attract, convey, etc.
Shopping: save up, discount, credit card, etc.

GRAMMAR
The passive: present simple, past simple and future simple.

READING
Consumers: Watch out!
A web page.

SPEAKING
Describing a product: It's made of..., They are sold at..., etc.
Talking about the future: I think there will be less supermarkets/ I don't agree, I think they will..., etc.
Making a decision: I'll take it!, Nice choice, etc.

LISTENING
A news report: Singles' Day.
A conversation in a shop.

WRITING
An opinon esay.
Expressing opinions: I believe..., I think..., I feel..., In my opinion..., In my view..., etc.

CULTURE
Economics: The money in our pocket.

WAY TO ENGLISH
Buying and selling: How much do you want for...?, We can negotiate on the price, etc.
Messaging: writing an SMS advert.

PRACTICE FOR EXAM (with key):
Grammar & Vocabulary extra practice

ONLINE PRACTICE (self-study):
[coming soon]

Unit 6 - Saving our planet

VOCABULARY
Environment: landfills, bury, renewable, etc.
Recycling: carton, peel, wool, etc.

GRAMMAR
Reported speech: He said that pollution was destroying... / Rose asked when they met, etc.
Reporting verbs: announce, admit, promise, etc.

READING
Cleaning up the sea.
A special interest report.

SPEAKING
Reporting what people said: My friend suggested that we..., etc.
Reporting a conversation: He told his friend not to throw..., The child promised that he would..., etc.
Conducting a survey: What kind of things do you recycle?, One student said that he..., etc.

LISTENING
A radio interview: Iceland and the environment.
A survey.

WRITING
A travel post.
Connectors of addition: also, in addition, moreover, furthermore, besides, as well as.

CULTURE
Environment: Galápagos, a remote paradise.

WAY TO ENGLISH
Checking in at a hotel: Lunch is served at..., Enjoy your stay, etc.
Adverts: writing an advert for an eco-tour.

PRACTICE FOR EXAM (with key):
Grammar & Vocabulary extra practice

ONLINE PRACTICE (self-study):
[coming soon]

Unit 7 - Be healthy!

VOCABULARY
Parts of the body: heart, ribs, shoulder, etc.
Health problems: cough, sneeze, bite, etc.

GRAMMAR
Modals: should, must, have to/need to, don't have to/don't need to, mustn't.

READING
From Coma to Coldplay.
An online article.

SPEAKING
Speculating: His chest hurts, He might have a heart problem, etc.
Talking about health: I fell and hurt my ankle, You should put some ice on it, etc.
Talking about pictures: This picture shows... I suppose..., It looks like..., etc.

LISTENING
A discussion about health: a radio discussion about three athletes.
A discussion about health problems.

WRITING
An informal e-mail.
Informal language: Hope to hear from you soon, How are you?, etc.

CULTURE
Technology: An app for phobias.

WAY TO ENGLISH
Going to the doctor: Does it hurt when I touch?, How often should I take it?, etc.
An e-mail: writing an e-mail requesting information.

PRACTICE FOR EXAM (with key):
Grammar & Vocabulary extra practice

ONLINE PRACTICE (self-study):
[coming soon]

Unit 8 - Making sense

VOCABULARY
The senses: blind, sniff, sign language, etc.
Descriptive adjectives: chilly, damp, bright, etc.

GRAMMAR
Gerunds and infinitives: It's easy to understand, I enjoy writing, etc.

READING
Travellers: Through someone else's eyes.
A blog entry.

SPEAKING
Talking about preferences: I can't start..., I often feel like..., Me neither, etc.
Talking about yourself: I often forget to..., I'll never forget going..., etc.
Discussing an experience: You'll never believe what happened..., Where did it happen?, etc.

LISTENING
A discussion about an experiment: fizzy drink.
A dialogue about an experience: Vienna.

WRITING
A description of an experience.
Adjectives and adverbs: colourful, empty, quite, extremely, etc.

CULTURE
London, a multicultural city.

WAY TO ENGLISH
Giving directions: Which direction do I need to go?, Go southbound, etc.
A web page: a blurb for a web page about a museum.

PRACTICE FOR EXAM (with key):
Grammar & Vocabulary extra practice

ONLINE PRACTICE (self-study):
[coming soon]

Unit 9 - Bridge to the future

VOCABULARY
Review.

GRAMMAR
Review.

READING
Review

SPEAKING
Review.

LISTENING
Review.

WRITING
Review.
A formal e-mail of application.

PRACTICE FOR EXAM (with key):
Grammar & Vocabulary extra practice

ONLINE PRACTICE (self-study):
[coming soon]

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