Grammar – Level 1 – Spring 2015

Grammar Syllabus for Level 1 – Spring 2015

WEEK 1 – Mar 10
No Class – Attending the Memorial of Fr. Diep in Tac Say

WEEK 2 – Mar 17
 Lecture: Chapter 10 – Expressing Future Time (Part 1)
 Practice: Expressing Future Time Exercises (Part 1)

Will & To be going to
Future time 1
Future time 2
Future time 3
Future time 4
Future time 5

Mixed Tenses
Mixed Tenses 1
Mixed Tenses 2
Mixed Tenses 3

WEEK 3 – Mar 24

 Lecture: Chapter 11 – Expressing Future Time (Part 2)

 Practice: Expressing Future Time Exercises (Part 2)
Learning May and Might
Use ‘May’ to ask for permission
May or Might 1
Will, may, might or won’t
Maybe vs May be 1
Before, after, as, as soon as 1
Clause with If 1
Clause with If 2

WEEK 4 – Mar 31 – Holy Week

 Lecture: Review Chapter 10 & 11

 Practice: Expressing Future Time Exercises
Mixed Tenses 4
Mixed Tenses 5
Mixed Tenses 6

May or Might 2
Maybe vs May be 2
Maybe vs May be 3
Before, after, as, as soon as 2
Clause with If 3
Clause with If 4

WEEK 5 – Apr 7
The Entrance Seminary Examinations

WEEK 6 – Apr 14

* Test 1

 Lecture: Chapter 12 – Modals Part 1 – Expressing Ability

 Practice: Modals Part 1 – Expressing Ability Exercises
Can or Could
Could or Couldn’t
Can – Could – Be able to 1
Prepositions – IN and AT 1
So, Too & Very

WEEK 7 – Apr 21

 Lecture: Chapter 13 – Modals Part 2
Expressing Advice, Necessity, Requests, Suggestions

 Practice: Modals Part 2 Exercises
Expressing Advice, Necessity, Requests, Suggestions
Should and shouldn’t – Advice 1
Should and shouldn’t – Advice 2
Must and Have to – Necessity 1
Must and Have to – Necessity 2
Polite 1
Polite 2
Polite 3

WEEK 8 – Apr 28

 Lecture: Review Chapter 12 & 13

 Practice: Modals Exercises
Could – Mix and Match
Can – Could – Be able to 2
Can – Could – Be able to 3
Prepositions – IN and AT 2
Should and shouldn’t – Advice 3
Should and shouldn’t – Advice 4
Must and Have to – Necessity 3
Must and Have to – Necessity 4

WEEK 9 – May 5

 Lecture: Chapter 14 – Nouns and Modifiers (Part 1 – Part 5)

 Practice: Nouns and Modifiers Exercises
Nouns with adjectives and nouns
Nouns with nouns

Adjective order 1
Adjective order 2
Adjective order 3
Adjective order 4

Chọn từ đúng trên giấy, sau đó so sánh kết quả ở “Key”
Expressions of quantity 1
Expressions of quantity 2
Expressions of quantity 3
Expressions of quantity 4

WEEK 10 – May 12

 Lecture: Chapter 14 – Nouns and Modifiers (Part 6 – Part 10)

 Practice: Nouns and Modifiers Exercises
Nothing and No one Exercise 1

Indefinite Pronouns Exercise 1
Indefinite Pronouns Exercise 2
Indefinite Pronouns Exercise 3

Using Every 1
Using Every 2

Linking Verbs 1

Adjective or Adverb 1
Adjective or Adverb 2
Adjective or Adverb 3

WEEK 11 – May 19

* Test 2

 Lecture: Chapter 15 – Possessives

 Practice: Possessives Exercises
Possessive Noun 1
Possessive Noun 2
Possessive Noun 3
Possessive Noun 4

Possessive Pronouns 1
Possessive Pronouns 2
Possessive Pronouns 3

WEEK 12 – May 26

 Lecture: Review Chapter 14 & 15

 Practice: Nouns, Modifiers and Possessives Exercises

Nouns and Modifiers
Nothing and No one Exercise 2

Indefinite Pronouns Exercise 4
Indefinite Pronouns Exercise 5

Using Every 3
Using Every 4

Linking Verbs 2

Adjective or Adverb 4
Adjective or Adverb 5

Possessives
Possessive Noun 5
Possessive Noun 6
Possessive Noun 7
Possessive Pronouns 4
Possessive Pronouns 5

WEEK 13 – June 2

 Lecture: Chapter 16 – Making Comparisons

 Practice: Making Comparisons Exercises
Making Comparison 1
Making Comparison 2
Making Comparison 3
Making Comparison 4
Making Comparison 5
Making Comparison Using But
Making Comparison with Adverbs

WEEK 14 – June 9

 Lecture: Review Chapter 16 – Making Comparisons

 Practice: Making Comparisons Exercises
Making Comparison 6
Making Comparison 7
Making Comparison 8
Making Comparison 9
Making Comparison 10
Making Comparison 11
Making Comparison 12

WEEK 15 – June 16

 Lecture: Review for Final Test

WEEK 16 – June 23

Final Test

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