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GRADES 7 - 9

GRADES 7 - 9
• second conditional • simple passive • used to • relative clauses • modals and phrases used to give advice and make suggestions e.g. should / ought to , could , you'd • • • had better • modals and phrases used to express possibility and uncertainty may , might , I'm not sure • discourse connectors though , in case Lexis • vocabulary specific to the topic area • vocabulary specific to the subject areas • expressions of agreement and disagreement • appropriate words and expressions to indicate interest and show awareness of the speaker • e.g. • simple fillers to give time for thought e.g. Phonology • the correct pronunciation of vocabulary specific to the topic and subject area • rising intonation to indicate interest and surprise as appropriate • falling intonation to indicate the end of a turn • intonation and features of connected speech beyond sentence level —in addition to the items listed for previous grades • third conditional • present perfect continuous tense • past perfect tense • reported speech

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