Best Friends 6
|Unit 1||1. What did she say?|
2. I was listening to it in class.
3. You ask a lot of questions, don`t you?
|Reported speech with said and told|
Pronouns: adverbs of manner
Tag questions: too / enough
Object / reflexive pronouns
|School: character introduction description, and personal information|
Fable: The city mouse and the Country mouse
|Mouse, mice, field, corn, crackers, moral|
|Unit 2||1. Have you ever played ice hockey?|
2. I`ve played the guitar since I was six.
3. We haven`t made a CD yet.
|Present perfect: past participles|
How long…? For / since
Present perfect: negative.
Reading: The Olympic Games
Fable: The Tortoise and the Hare
|Hike, volleyball, champion, Olympics, Greece, hare, tortoise, explorer, sail, climb, North Pole, Mount Everest||Skiing, swimming, diving, hockey, running, gymnastic, boxing, sailing, snowboarding|
|Unit 3||1. Have you ever visited a museum or an art gallery?|
2. It looks like you`ve just started.
3. Surrealists haven`t done nice work like Van Gogh.
|Conjunctions: and, or and but|
It looks like…; just/never/yet
Present perfect vs. simple past
Fable: The Two Goats
|Museum, camera, traditional, modern, weird, depressing, magnificent, original, unusual, origami, jewelry, handicrafts, Impressionism, Expressionism, Surrealism, Cubism, goat, cross, refuse||Sculpture, portrait, landscape, art, painting, photograph, pottery, paintbrush, canvas, artist|
|Unit 4||1. He`s a guy who works on TV.|
2. It`s a show which comes from Chicago.
3. Chicago is the city where I live.
|Relative clauses: who|
Relative clauses: which
Relative clauses: where
|See, hear, feel, smell, grass, water, flowers, bring, strong, lift, fat, swim||Basket, spoon, knife, plate, fork, spoon, glass, napkin, bowl, bottle, can|
|Unit 6||1. I don’t like snakes.|
2. Do you like snake?
3. I go to school on Monday.
|Like /don’t like: First person|
Questions and short answer: Second and third persons
Present simple: First person, affirmative and negative
|Animals and Food|
Likes and dislikes
Days of the Week
|Different, snake(s), interesting, hate, scary, movies, cartoons, egg(s), comedies, insects|
Passive: because, outside, rivers, medicine, rat, need
|Days, week, weekend, Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday|
|Unit 7||1. She goes to school, too.|
2. My father work at home.
3. Does he like bananas?
|Present simple: Third person affirmative|
Present simple: questions and short answer, third person
Present simple: Third person with question words
|Everyday Activities Meals||Soup, jungle, busy, lunch, dinner, play the piano, sing, explore, lesson, life||Listen(s), fix(s), take(s), grow(s), clean(s), like(s), climb(s), watch(s), jump(s), blow(s), swim(s)|
|Unit 8||1. Melba and Sam are trick-or treating.|
2. What season is it?
3. We make a snowman in the winter.
|Contrast present progressive and present simple : Affirmative|
Prepositions: in, at, on
More present progressive
|New year’s day, Valentine’s day, Earth day, Easter, Mother’s day, father’s day, Thanksgiving day, Halloween, Christmas, birthday, month, winter, spring, summer, fall, season, country, pick, camp out, play tennis, pool, mountain, basketball||January, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December|
|Unit 9||1. What do they look like?|
2. Whose grandmother is Martha?
3. Ken is Tom’s good friend.
|What does (he/she) look like?|
Whose ___ is ___ ?
Apostrophe s for possession
|Short, long, tall, blond, hair, glasses, bald, fat, chubby, thin, pretty, handsome, mustache, beard|
Passive: puzzle, picture, barefoot
|Parents, grandparents, grandmother, grandfather, aunt, uncle, cousin, son, daughter, children|