Grammar: present simple; present continuous; past simple; present perfect; future simple; future with be going to. Personal pronouns; possessive adjectives; possessive ‘s; the, a/an; there is /are; adverbs of frequency and manner; can/ could; prepositions of time and place; question words: what-where-when-who-how; have got; like and would like; possessive pronouns and whose; some, any, and compounds with some/any (somebody/anybody, etc.); how many / how much; comparative and superlative adjectives.
Vocabulary and everyday English:
Countries and nationalities; family relationships; jobs and occupations; free time activities; rooms and objects of the house; cardinal and ordinal numbers; date and time; foods and drinks; the human body; describing yourself and other people; clothes and colours; directions; the weather.