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Riportiamo una pratica tabella con gli argomenti  da conoscere e i relativi test per esercitarsi  con i vari livelli di lingua inglese fino a B2.

 

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A1

Adjectives: common and demonstrative
Adverbs of frequency

Comparatives and superlatives

Going to

How much/how many and very
common uncountable nouns

I’d like Imperatives (+/-)

Intensifiers – very basic

Modals: can/can’t/could/couldn’t

Past simple of “to be”
Past Simple

Possessive adjectives

Possessive s

Prepositions, common

Prepositions of place

Prepositions of time, including in/on/at

Present continuous

Present simple

Pronouns: simple, personal

Questions

There is/are

To be, including question+negatives

Verb + ing: like/hate/love

A2

Adjectives – comparative, –

use of than and definite article Adjectives –

superlative

use of definite article

Adverbial phrases of time, place and frequency – including word order
Adverbs of frequency
Articles – with countable and uncountable nouns
Countables and Uncountables:
much/many

Future Time (will and going to)
Gerunds
Going to

Imperatives

Modals – can/could

Modals – have to

Modals – should

Past continuous

Past simple

Phrasal verbs – common

Possessives – use of ‘s, s’

Prepositional phrases (place, time and movement)

Prepositions of time: on/in/at

Present continuous

Present continuous for future

Present perfect

Questions

Verb + ing/infinitive: like/

want-would like

Wh-questions in past

Zero and 1st conditional

B1

Adverbs

Broader range of intensifiers suchas too, enough

Comparatives and superlativesComplex question tags

Conditionals, 2nd and 3rd

Connecting words expressingcause and effect, contrast etc.Future continuous

Modals - must/can’t deduction

Modals – might, may, will, probably

Modals – should have/might have/etc

Modals: must/have to

Past continuous

Past perfect

Past simple

Past tense responses

Phrasal verbs, extended

Present perfect continuous

Present perfect/past simple

Reported speech (range of tenses)

Simple passive

Wh- questions in the past

Will and going to, for prediction

B2

Adjectives and adverbs

Future continuous

Future perfect

Future perfect continuous

Mixed conditionals

Modals – can’t have, needn’t have

Modals of deduction and speculation

Narrative tenses

Passives

Past perfect

Past perfect continuous

Phrasal verbs, extended

Relative clauses

Reported speech

Will and going to, for prediction

Wish

Would expressing habits, in the past