Learn how to assign properties to objects. Also, begin mastering Yes/No-Questions.
Get acquainted with introductions, greetings, parting expressions, excuses, professions and so on.
Do not describe them but make objects DO something. Tackle the skill of obtaining information about objects and related activities. See how frequencies are treated in OOELA.
Pile up your thesaurus by adding those related to time. Learn how to use AT, ON & IN and phrases as WOULD YOU LIKE ... ? etc.
Learn how to assign additional information to states or activities. Step back from NOW into the past. Study how to tackle situations related to time units completed in the past
Enter the world of numbers. Burn the English alphabet into your memory. Tackle the skill of expressing time.
Underline an ongoing activity at a particular time point. Learn how to obtain information about states or activities. Use objects to describe other objects.
Learn more about particles, Wh-words and words with opposite meaning - antonyms.
Step into the future. Become a master of producing negative ideas and work out the use of SOME and ANY.
Enrich your treasury of time expressions and particles.
Learn how to master the use of THE, A & AN.
State requests and introduce suggestion and new ideas. Go over Strong Object Form and get acquainted with the difference between ONE and IT. Master ANOTHER and the Pro-Object form in the receiving block position.
Keep on dealing with the phrasal activities with MAKE and DO. Draw a family tree and look over the rooms of an average household.
Welcome into the world of strong actions.
Practice introductions, learn the difference between SPEAK TO, TALK TO, SAY & TELL and see what's going on in the bathroom.
What about the past within the present time unit? Practice the conversion of Properties -> Actionals of Manner and vice versa. You do not need to construct a question tag if you miss something from the Subject Block position.
Review of the lessons from I to IX.