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Map of Talk a Lot, Starter Book

1 simple present in questions; Wh- and Yes/No questions introducing oneself and responding to an introduction; personal information; likes/dislikes; interviewing someone
2 ordinal numbers; simple present; simple past; pronunciation of ordinal numbers; pronunciation of weather vocabulary dates; birthdays; Japanese holidays & events; talking about weather; talking about a holiday
3 Wh-questions; subject-verb agreement; pronouns personal information; phone numbers; addresses; dates: year, month, day; jobs
4 Wh- and Yes/No questions; subject-verb agreement likes/dislikes; favorites
5 counters; singular/plural; questions with simple present and simple past; time expressions; some & any; pronunciation of plural 's ' eating and drinking habits; food; likes/dislikes
6 Wh-questions; adverbs of frequency; how often; pronunciation of adverbs of frequency movies; TV; music; food & drink; sports
7 can & can't; be good at; Yes/No questions; how often; dance(r), drive(r), etc.; pronunciation of can & can't abilities; talking about school; school subjects; sports
8 simple present; subject-verb agreement; Wh-questions; adjectives for describing things describing and defining things; animal names; food; colors; shapes
9 simple present; Wh- and Yes/No questions; pronouns; used to; pronunciation of family words asking about family; relatives; sports
10 simple past; Wh- and Yes/No questions with simple past; time expressions; pronunciation of past tense forms talking about experiences; telling a story
11 simple present; Wh- and Yes/No questions; indefinite articles: a & an; sometimes & usually; get to & have to; syllable and word stress talking and asking about work; work; occupations
12 comparative form of adjectives; less + adjective; Wh- questions; singular/plural; superlatives; pronunciation: comparative forms and rising and falling intonation for two choices making comparisons; talking about school
13 large numbers; time expressions; simple present; usually; pronunciation of large numbers and syllable stress telling time; numbers; math
14 present progressive; past progressive; subject-verb agreement; Wh- and Yes/No questions; pronunciation: contractions describing present actions; talking about a specific point of time in the past
15 present perfect; simple past; time expressions; yet & already; how often; pronunciation of past participles talking and asking about experiences; restaurants
16 simple present; subject-verb agreement; Wh- and Yes/No questions; short responses with be verb and do; pronunciation of country names and nationalities countries; nationalities; languages
17 future: be going to; Wh- and Yes/No questions; time expressions; subject-verb agreement; pronunciation: be going to talking about future events; closing a conversation; vacations
18review and consolidationreview and consolidation
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