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1. The arrival at a new home
  1. Dialog
  2. Dialog comprehension
  3. Conjugation. Verb to be, present tense, affirmative form.
  4. Vocabulary. Nouns, pronouns, adjectives.
  5. Grammar. Verb to be, negative form
  6. Verb to be: contraction of the affirmative and negative forms
  7. Where + to be in the question form
  8. Grammar. Possessive adjectives.
  9. Grammar. Verb to be, simple present question form.
  10. Vocabulary.
2. Welcome
  1. Dialog
  2. Dialog comprehension
  3. The +s rule to form the plural of a noun and exceptions to this rule
  4. Verbs in the simple present affirmative
  5. Use of how in simple questions, exclamations and variances.
  6. Countable and uncountable nouns. The Articles a/an and the.
  7. Grammar. Use of the adverb why in simple questions.
  8. Vocabulary. Determining the types of words.
  9. Vocabulary. Greetings/Salutations/Farewells.
  10. The possessive apostrophe 's
3. A quick tour
  1. Dialog
  2. Dialog comprehension
  3. Vocabulary nouns: To name flowers.
  4. Possessive pronouns. Use of whose.
  5. The affirmative and negative forms of there is/there are.
  6. The question form of there is/are
  7. The verb to have in the simple present affirmative.
  8. Nouns, adjectives, possessive adjectives.
  9. Recognizing the rooms in a house.
  10. Alphabet Review: letters with difficult pronunciation.
4. A genius
  1. Dialog
  2. Dialog comprehension
  3. The Verb can in the affirmative and negative forms
  4. The verb can in the question form
  5. Object pronouns and their corresponding subject pronouns
  6. Cardinal numbers from 1-20: to type a phone number
  7. Cardinal numbers from 20-100: to play Bingo
  8. How to answer the question "What time is it?"
  9. Alphabet review: letters with the "e" sound: B/C/D/E/G/P/T/V/Z.
  10. Object pronouns, conjunctions, plural nouns, main verb ...
  11. Vocabulary/Grammar review of sequences 1-4.
5. Where there is no end
  1. Dialog
  2. Dialog comprehension
  3. Short responses with to be / there is-are / can
  4. Cardinal numbers converted to ordinal numbers.
  5. Vocabulary nouns: to name furnishings/articles in a room
  6. Use of prepositions to indicate position/location of an object
  7. Rooms in the house: uses and furnishings.
  8. Verbs in the simple present negative
  9. Verbs in the simple present question-form. Short yes/no answers
  10. Verbs in the simple present negative/question forms
  11. Vocabulary review: parts of speech.
6. A lucky school
  1. Dialog
  2. Dialog comprehension
  3. Human anatomy: the head/face.
  4. Human anatomy: the upper body
  5. Human anatomy: the upper body
  6. The verb to be in the past simple
  7. Past simple affirmative and negative for regular verbs
  8. Past simple affirmative for irregular verbs
  9. Past simple negative and interrogative for regular and irregular verbs
  10. Dialog word review.
  11. Skip meets a class counselor.
7. Breakfast menu. A nice restaurant for dinner
  1. Dialog
  2. Dialog comprehension
  3. Vocabulary nouns: to name food for breakfast
  4. Adjectives of quantity: some, much, little, many, few, a lot of, plenty ?
  5. Vocabulary nouns: to name fruits and vegetables
  6. The Shaws and Astorias are in a nice restaurant for dinner
  7. Vocabulary nouns: to name dinner courses
  8. Indefinite pronouns: something/someone/?/anything/anyone/?
  9. Dialog word review
  10. Daily habits of the Shaw family: Rich and Dana.
  11. Daily habits of the Shaw family: Sarah and Skip
8. It's snowing
  1. Dialog
  2. Dialog comprehension
  3. The present continuous: to be+ infinitive+ "ing".
  4. Restrictions to uses of the simple present /present continuous.
  5. The present continuous for actions in the near future.
  6. This, these, that, those as demonstrative pronouns
  7. This, these, that, those as demonstrative adjectives, adverbs, conjunctions.
  8. Nouns for family relations
  9. Saturday activities for the Shaw Family
  10. Dialog word review.
  11. Forming adverbs from adjectives
9. Board meetings
  1. Dialog
  2. Dialog comprehension
  3. Verbs in the imperative: affirmative and negative forms.
  4. What, as an interrogative/exclamatory adjective or pronoun.
  5. Which as an interrogative adjective or pronoun
  6. When and where as adverbs and conjunctions
  7. The adverbs how and why
  8. Adverbs of frequency: always/ often/ rarely/ frequently
  9. Activities for the Shaw family for each day of the week
  10. Dialog word review
10. Sarah's Beginners Cooking Class
  1. Dialog
  2. Dialog comprehension
  3. Present tenses that express a future meaning.
  4. Use of will/going to/shall to express actions in the future
  5. Use of should and ought to to express actions to suggest, to do...
  6. The use of would and wouldn't + a verb for polite expressions
  7. The use of could and couldn't + a verb
  8. Cookware / Kitchenware. Verbs used in cooking
  9. The first meeting of Sarah's beginners cooking class.
  10. Savoring the salad. Verbs used to speak about the five senses.
  11. Dialog word review
11. Rich and the "Eagle"
  1. Dialog
  2. Dialog comprehension
  3. A selection of jobs and their main characteristics
  4. Rich interviews a candidate for a position at the "Eagle"
  5. Reading for comprehension. Job ads
  6. A selection of professions
  7. Reflexive pronouns. Use with reflexive verbs
  8. Yes/No answers to questions in the simple past.
  9. Habits/Conditions in the simple past with "used to"
  10. Comparative adjectives
  11. Superlative adjectives
12. The Old-timer's minute: the autumn
  1. Dialog
  2. Dialog comprehension
  3. Weather verbs, adjectives and adverbs
  4. Weather vocabulary
  5. The present perfect for regular verbs
  6. The present perfect for irregular verbs
  7. New England outdoor fall activities
  8. Thanksgiving Day in the U.S.A
  9. Comparing the present perfect with the simple past
  10. Vocabulary nouns: to name articles of clothing
13. The art of ice in winter
  1. Dialog
  2. Winter activities in New England
  3. The present perfect continuous
  4. Use of adverbs: just, yet, already, ever, never, for, since
  5. Must (mustn't) / Have to (don't have to) / Need to (don't need to)
  6. Auxiliaries of possibility/permission: may/might
  7. The past continuous affirmative, negative, interrogative
  8. Combined use of the past continuous / past simple
  9. Dialog word review
  10. Present/past continuous short answers to yes/no questions
14. Spring activities
  1. Dialog
  2. Spring activities in New England
  3. Reported speech
  4. Verbs whose complement ends in "ing"
  5. Verbs requiring a verb complement in the infinitive
  6. Difference between the verbs to remember and to remind
  7. Gerunds: verbs used as nouns
  8. The expressions had better / to be supposed to
  9. Question words + ever
  10. A "Box of memories"
  11. Vocabulary nouns: to name domestic and wild animals.
15. Summer in California
  1. Dialog
  2. Dialog comprehension
  3. Causative verbs : have/get something done
  4. The verbs have/get/make someone do something
  5. The active/passive voice
  6. The Shaws and Astorias California trip : Las Vegas, Death Valley, ...
  7. The Shaws and Astorias California trip : Yosemite Park, Frisco
  8. Prepositional verbs
  9. Phrasal verbs
  10. A selection of typical expressions and sayings