1 Describing hypothetical situations ď‚› Vocabulary:
attitudes and values; modal verbs (would, should, could, might); linkers (but, and, because, so).
conditional type 2.
2 Describing experiences ď‚› Vocabulary: ď‚› Grammar:
places, hobbies and food.
present perfect (for, since, yet, just, already, ever, never); present perfect and simple past.
3 Expressing likes and preferences Vocabulary:
hobbies, adjectives to describe
would prefer, would like, like, don´t like, I hate.
4 Describing objects, activities and people ď‚› Vocabulary:
adjectives to describe objects, activities and people.
relative pronouns (who, which, that, y where).