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1. Prepositional Verbs and Verbs with an adverbial particle
  -  Phrasal Verbs
  -  Prepositional Verbs
  -  Verbs with an adverbial particle + preposition

2. The verbs: to be, to have, to do
  -  The verb « to be »
  -  The verb « to have »
  -  The verb « to do »

3. Present Tense
  -  Simple Present
  -  Present Continuous
  -  Interrogative form

4. The Preterite
  -  Simple Past
  -  Past Continuous
  -  Interrogative form

5. The Present Perfect Tense
  -  Present Perfect Simple
  -  Present Perfect Continuous
  -  Usage of « for » and « since »

6. The Past Perfect Tense
  -  Past Perfect Simple
  -  Past Perfect Continuous

7. The Passive Voice
  -  Usage of the Passive Voice
  -  The Tenses
  -  The indefinite pronoun « on »
  -  The reflexive form
  -  Use of the passive without the auxiliary « be »

8. The means of expressing future and the Conditional
  -  The Future Tense
  -  The Conditional

9. The modals
  -  The grammatical properties
  -  Can/Could
  -  May/Might
  -  Must
  -  Will/Woul
  -  Shall/Should

10. Other means of expressing modality
  -  Ought to
  -  Have to
  -  Needn't
  -  Had better
  -  Used to
  -  Be bound to
  -  Adverbs

11. The subjunctive and the imperative
  -  Subjunctive
  -  Imperative

12. The elliptical reprises
  -  Structure of the elliptical reprises
  -  So/Neither
  -  Question tag

13. The gender of nouns
  -  The Gender

14. The number of nouns
  -  The plural
  -  Some exceptions

15. The articles
  -  The zero article « Ø »
  -  The indefinite article « a/an »
  -  The definite article « the »

16. The demonstratives: This, these, that, those
  -  Proximity
  -  Distance
  -  Announcement and sentence reprise
  -  In order to prevent a repetition
  -  Pronouns

17. The quantifiers
  -  The quantifiers
  -  2. The indefinite quantifiers

18. Relating two nouns
  -  The use of prepositions
  -  The use of the genitive
  -  The use of compound nouns

19. The adjectives
  -  Qualitative adjective, epithet function
  -  The adjective as subject complement
  -  Adjective used as noun
  -  Compound adjective
  -  Adjective in - ed and adjective in - ing

20. The comparative and the superlative
  -  The comparative
  -  The superlative
  -  Irregular forms and special constructions

21. Personal and possessive pronouns
  -  The use of « it »
  -  Personal pronouns as subjects and objects
  -  Possessive pronouns and possessive adjectives

22. Reflexive and reciprocal pronouns
  -  Reflexive pronouns
  -  Reciprocal pronouns

23. Word order in simple sentences
  -  The affirmative form
  -  The negative form
  -  The interrogative form
  -  The interrogative-negative form
  -  The exclamatory form

24. Verb + verb constructions
  -  Verb + bare infinitive
  -  Verb + to + bare infinitive
  -  Verb + V-ing
  -  Verbs followed by to + verb or by verb + V-ing

25. The causative and result sentences
  -  The construction verb + particle
  -  The construction verb+object+past participle
  -  The construction verb + object + adjective
  -  The construction verb+object+into/out of+V-ing
  -  The causative structure
  -  The translation of « faire faire »

26. Coordination and subordination
  -  The coordinating conjunctions
  -  The subordinating conjunctions

27. The relative clause
  -  The types of relative clauses
  -  The relative pronoun subject / object
  -  The relative pronouns and prepositions

28. The nominal clauses in V-ing
  -  The clauses in V-ing as subjects
  -  The clauses in V-ing as objects
  -  The clauses V-ing as prepositional objects
  -  The clauses in V-ing, adj.+preposition+object

29. The subordinate clauses
  -  The functions of the subordinate clauses
  -  The subordinate object clause
  -  The adverbial clause

30. The indirect style (reported speech)
  -  Modification of verb forms
  -  The interrogation in indirect style

Progress in english with the story of the Lacoste family.
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