American English File Level 05
|1||discourse markers (1): connectors||work||word stress and rhythm|
|have||personality; family||rhythm and intonation|
|the past:narative tenses, used to,and would||word building: adstract nouns||word stress and suffixes|
|3||get||phrase with get||words and phrases of french origin|
|discourse markers (2): adverbs and adverbial expression||history and warefare||stress in word families|
|4||speculation and deduction||sounds and the human voice||cononant clusters|
|adding emphasis (1): inversion||decribing books||words with “silent:” syllbles|
|unreal uses of past tenses||money||ea and ear|
|6||verb + object + infinitive or gerund||compound adjectives||intonation in polite requests|
|conditional sentences||phone language; adjectives + preposition||sounds and spelling:/ʃ/, /tʃ/, /ʒ/, /dʒ/|
|7||permission, obligation, and necessity||word formation: prefixes||intonation in exclamations|
|verbs of the senses||place and movement||extra stress on important words|
|8||gerunds and infinitives||health and medicine; similes||word stress|
|expressing future plans and arrangements||travel and tourism||homophones|
|9||ellipsis and substitution||their natural world||weak and strong pronunciation of auxiliary verbs and to|
|10||nouns: compound and possessive forms||preparing food||-ed adjective endings and linking|
|11||adding emphasis (2); cleft sentences||word that are often confused||intonation in cleft sentences|
|12||comparison||word building; adjectives, nouns and verbs||homographs|
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