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There is / are
There’s an apple in my bag.
There are three teachers in the room.
Present simple
I’m a student.
I get up at 6 o’clock.
My farther doesn’t drink coffee at all.
Present Continuous
It’s raining.
My sisters are listening to music.
Past Simple
I went to the cinema yesterday.
Susan didn’t answer my phone calls.
Past Continuous
Ben was watching TV when his father came in.
What were you doing at 3 o’clock yesterday?
Present Perfect
I’ve got some news.
Ben has eaten the whole pie.
Future Simple
I’ll see you tomorrow.
The housekeeper will help with the cleaning.
Going to
We’re going to visit our grandparents.
He isn’t going to sign the letter.
Сountable and uncountable nouns
I’ve got some money.
I’ve got a car.
Much / many / a lot
I didn’t get much sleep.
Many people agreed with her.
There are a lot of actors in the cast.
Plurals
She’s a nice person.
They are nice people.
Articles (a, an and the)
I’ve got a car. I’m going to clean the car tomorrow.
Paris is an interesting city. It’s the capital of France.
Pronouns
I saw you yesterday morning.
They are nice. I like them.
Demonstratives (this / that / these / those)
This bag is beautiful.
These letters are for Ben.
Possessives (my / mine) and possessive case
My daughter is 5 years old.
Ben is a friend of mine.
Comparative and superlative degrees
We’re hoping for better weather tomorrow.
This is the best book I’ve ever read.
Prepositions of place and time
I read about it in the paper.
I’ll be at home all morning.
He came on Sunday.
Cardinal numbers
There are only two cookies left.
Do you have change for ten dollars?
Adverbs of frequency
We often go there.
He’ll never forget her.
The sun always rises in the east.
Modals: can / can’t / could / couldn’t
You can use the phone if you want to.
We can’t wear jeans at work.
I could drive a car before I left school.
Imperatives
Do it slowly and carefully.
Go and get me a pen please.
Questions
Are you English?
Do you speak English?
Does your brother like football?
Word order
My father lives in Novosibirsk.
Do you know where my key is?
Conjunctions
We stopped and bought some bread.
His mother won’t be there, but his father might.
You know I’m telling the truth, so don’t interrupt.

There is / are

There’s an apple in my bag.
There are three teachers in the room.

Present simple

I’m a student.
I get up at 6 o’clock.
My farther doesn’t drink coffee at all.

Present Continuous

It’s raining.
My sisters are listening to music.

Past Simple

I went to the cinema yesterday.
Susan didn’t answer my phone calls.

Past Continuous

Ben was watching TV when his father came in.
What were you doing at 3 o’clock yesterday?

Present Perfect

I’ve got some news.
Ben has eaten the whole pie.

Future Simple

I’ll see you tomorrow.
The housekeeper will help with the cleaning.

Going to

We’re going to visit our grandparents.
He isn’t going to sign the letter.

Сountable and uncountable nouns

I’ve got some money.
I’ve got a car.

Much / many / a lot

I didn’t get much sleep.
Many people agreed with her.
There are a lot of actors in the cast.

Plurals

She’s a nice person.
They are nice people.

Articles (a, an and the)

I’ve got a car. I’m going to clean the car tomorrow.
Paris is an interesting city. It’s the capital of France.

Pronouns

I saw you yesterday morning.
They are nice. I like them.

Demonstratives (this / that / these / those)

This bag is beautiful.
These letters are for Ben.

Possessives (my / mine) and possessive case

My daughter is 5 years old.
Ben is a friend of mine.

Comparative and superlative degrees

We’re hoping for better weather tomorrow.
This is the best book I’ve ever read.

Prepositions of place and time

I read about it in the paper.
I’ll be at home all morning.
He came on Sunday.

Cardinal numbers

There are only two cookies left.
Do you have change for ten dollars?

Adverbs of frequency

We often go there.
He’ll never forget her.
The sun always rises in the east.

Modals: can / can’t / could / couldn’t

You can use the phone if you want to.
We can’t wear jeans at work.
I could drive a car before I left school.

Imperatives

Do it slowly and carefully.
Go and get me a pen please.

Questions

Are you English?
Do you speak English?
Does your brother like football?

Word order

My father lives in Novosibirsk.
Do you know where my key is?

Conjunctions

We stopped and bought some bread.
His mother won’t be there, but his father might.

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