John Mavrikakis

ENGLISH MULTIBOOK

e-learning for language students  

(grammar, vocabulary, exercises)

multi3 

level 1

Pre-Junior

level 2

Junior A

level 3

Junior B

level 4

A class

level 5

B class

level 6

C class

level 7

D class

level 8

E class

level 9

FCE/ECCE

Πλήρης σειρά Αγγλικής Γραμματικής με σύστημα Τηλεκπαίδευσης (e-learning) για όλα τα επίπεδα από level 1 (Pre-Junior) μέχρι level 9 (FCE / ECCE / TOEIC).

 

Δείτε παρακάτω τα φαινόμενα που καλύπτει κάθε επίπεδο ανεβοκατεβαίνοντας στα περιεχόμενα όλων των επιπέδων.

 

Δείτε πλήρη DEMOS ενός UNIT ενός LEVEL:

 

Demo Student’s Workbook: LEVEL 2 - UNIT 10 - stu

 

Demo Teacher’s Book: LEVEL 2 - UNIT 10 -tea

 

Demo E-learning Exercises LEVEL 2 - UNIT 10:

ΟΔΗΓΙΕΣ,   210a,   210b,   210c,   210d,   210e

 

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multi3

John Mavrikakis

ENGLISH MULTIBOOK

e-learning for language students  

(grammar, vocabulary, exercises)

UNITS

level 1 (Pre-Junior)

1

The alphabet, a, b, c, d, e, f , A, B, C, D, E, F

2

The alphabet, g, h, I, j, k, l, G, H, I, J, K, L

3

The alphabet, m, n, o, p, q, r, M, N, O, P, Q, R

4

The alphabet, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z

5

Numbers, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine, ten

6

Colours, black, red, pink, yellow, green, white, blue, brown

7

Face, hair, eye, ear, nose, teeth, mouth, body, head, finger, hand, leg, arm, foot, toes

8

Fruit, vegetables, bananas, cherries, lemons, tomatoes, strawberries, pineapples, melons, pears, watermelons, potatoes

9

Food, hamburger, sausages, chips, cheese, pizza, spaghetti, rice, steak, bread, chicken

10

Breakfast, cake, corn flakes, butter, tea, jam, coffee, milk, cookies, honey

11

Farm animals, goat, donkey, cow, swan, hen, rooster, snail, owl, parrot, sheep

12

Wild animals, turtle, hippo, koala, monkey, camel, tiger, squirrel, deer, wolf, panda

13

Travelling, boat, bus, airplane, ship, car, taxi, helicopter, train, motorbike

14

classroom, teacher, pupil, board, desk, pen, marker, ruler, rubber, calculator, book, notebook, tape, sharpener, waste bin, schoolbag

15

house, garage, roof, door, window, garden, bathroom, bath, basin, shower, toilet, washer, fridge, stove, living room, fire-place, TV, bedroom, bed, lamp, pillow, farm, dining room, tent

16

clothes, suit, blouse, trousers, skirt, tie, shirt, coat, dress, shoes, boots

17

Phrases, Hello, Goodbye, Greece, Christmas, Easter, family, father, mother, sister, brother, grandmother, grandfather, winter, spring, summer, autumn

 


 

multi3

John Mavrikakis

ENGLISH MULTIBOOK

e-learning for language students  

 (grammar, vocabulary, exercises)

e-learning

exercises

ΟΔΗΓΙΕΣ

level 2 (Junior A)

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The alphabet, a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L

202abcdef

The alphabet, a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, r, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z, a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, l, r, n, o, p, q, r, s, t, u, v, w, x, y, z

203abcde

The indefinite article (a, an)

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This is a/an … . Is this a/an …? Yes, it is. / No, it isn’t.

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Plural –s, -es, -ies. These are … . Are these …? Yes, they are./No, they aren’t.

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That is a/an … . Is that a/an …? Yes, it is. / No, it isn’t. Those are … . Are those …? Yes, they are. / No, they aren’t. What is this/that/it? What are these/those they?

207abcde

Numbers, one, two, three, …, thirty,  colours, black, white, etc, adjectives, fat, thin, etc.

208abcde

The definite article (the). There is/are … . Is/Are there …? Yes/No, there is/are/isn’t/aren’t. Prepositions (on, in, under, behind). Where is/are …?

209abcde

The verb TO BE.: I am, you are, he is, she is, it is, we are, you are, they are. Am I? Are you?, etc. I am not, You are not/aren’t, etc.

210a, 210b, 210c, 210d, 210e

Demo Student’s Workbook: UNIT 10

Possessive adjectives: my, your, his, her, its, our, your, their.

Demo Teacher’s Book: UNIT 10

211abcde

The verb TO HAVE GOT: I/You/We/You/They have got, He/She/It has got. Have I/you/we/you/they got? I/You/We/You/They have not/haven’t got.

212abcde

Present continuous. The verb TO BE + …ING: I am/You are/He is/…/They are playing. Am I/Are you?Is he…/Are they playing?  I am not/….They are not/aren’t playing.


 

multi3

John Mavrikakis

ENGLISH MULTIBOOK

e-learning for language students  

 (grammar, vocabulary, exercises)

UNITS

level 3 (Junior B)

1

Demonstratives this/that. It. Is. Look at. The indefinite article. A/an

2

Demonstratives these/those. They. Are. Regular plural –s/-es

3

Questions. Yes/No, it is/isn’t.

4

Questions. Yes/No, they are/aren’t.

5

Colours, green, grey, brown, red, pink, yellow, black, white, orange, blue.

6

Colours with plural nouns.

7

Personal pronouns. He, she, it. Is, isn’t. Proper names. Who, what.

8

Personal pronouns. I, you. Am, am not. Are, aren’t.

9

Personal pronouns. We, you, they.

10

Possessive adjectives. His, her, its. Genitive. ‘s.

11

Possessive adjectives. Your, my.

12

Possessive adjectives. Our, your, their. Whose.

13

Adjectives. Irregular plural - hair

14

Adjectives. Very. Irregular plural – news -trousers.

15

Place prepositions – in, on, under, near, behind, in front of. Where. There is.

16

There are. How many.

17

How old. … years old. Comparative. …-er than.

18

Where from. Imperative. Don’t.

19

Time – o’ clock, half past, quarter past, quarter to, … minutes past/to.

20

The verb TO HAVE GOT.

21

The auxiliary verb CAN

22

The simple present of TO WANT

23

The present continuous

24

The simple present


 

multi3

John Mavrikakis

ENGLISH MULTIBOOK

e-learning for language students  

 (grammar, vocabulary, exercises)

UNITS

level 4 (A class)

1

The indefinite article a /an. Demonstratives this/that. It is/is not/isn’t. Is it? Yes/No. What? And/or

2

Plural regular/irregular. Demonstratives. These, those. They are/aren’t. Numbers 1-20.

3

There is/are. The definite article the. How many. Where. Place prepositions.

4

Personal pronouns. The verb TO BE. Who.

5

Possessive Adjectives. Genitive. Whose.

6

Colours, Adjectives, Comparison. Which.

7

Numbers. How old. … years old. Where … from?

8

The verb TO HAVE GOT. Some, any, not any=no.

9

Countable/uncountable nouns. How much, How many. Much, many, a lot  of.

10

The auxiliary verbs MUST, CAN.

11

Imperative. Let’s. Don’t.

12

Object/possessive/reflexive pronouns.

13

Present Continuous. TO BE +…-ing

14

Simple Present. Do/does, don’t/doesn’t.

15

Simple Present or Present Continuous?

16

Adverbs of frequency. Adverbial phrases of frequency.

17

Future with TO BE GOING TO

18

Simple Future. Will/’ll. Won’t. There will be. Shall

19

The past of TO BE. Was, were, wasn’t, weren’t. There was/were. Was/were born. were

20

Simple Past (Regular). –ed, did, din’t.

21

Simple Past(Irregular)

22

Time, Dates, Ordinal numbers. Time Prepositions

23

Someone, somebody, something, somewhere, anyone, anybody, anything, anywhere, noone, nobody, nothing, nowhere.

24

Revision Test 401- 423


 

multi3

John Mavrikakis

ENGLISH MULTIBOOK

e-learning for language students  

 (grammar, vocabulary, exercises)

UNITS

level 5 (B class)

1

Introductory Test 1

2

Introductory Test 2

3

When, what time, how often, how long, where, how, how much, how many, why, because, to, in order to, for

4

Who, what, whom, which, whose, what kind of, one, ones

5

Past continuous, was/were …-ing, when, as, while

6

Simple past or past continuous?

7

Present Perfect, past participle, have …-ed, for, since, have gone to, have been to, have been in

8

Present perfect or simple past?

9

Can, could, be able to

10

Have to = must

11

Would, would like to, like

12

Would rather, would rather … than …, like … better than …, prefer … to …, would prefer to … rather than …

13

Should, had better, ought to

14

Need, need to, needn't, mustn’t, don’t/doesn’t have to, shouldn’t, oughtn’t to

15

May, may be, maybe, might

16

Very, too – also, too - enough

17

Adverbs, comparison of adverbs, …-ly, hard – hardly, more – most

18

The same, the same as, similar, similar to, different, different from, like …, alike, as … as, not as … as

19

Both, all, none, but, and … too, and … either, inversion, both … and, neither … nor, either … or. Botheither / neither / all / none  of them.

20

A little, a few, little, few, more, nost, less, least, fewer, fewest, as … as, quite

21

For, since, since then, ago, how long

22

Passive voice

23

Active or passive voice ?

24

Revision Test 501-523


 

multi3

John Mavrikakis

ENGLISH MULTIBOOK

e-learning for language students  

 (grammar, vocabulary, exercises)

UNITS

level 6 (C class)

1

Introductory test 1

2

Introductory test 2

3

Past perfect, had …-ed, by then, by that time, by …, by the time …, when …,  after …, before …, until …, as soon as …., the moment that …, already, since, for, just, yet

4

Future perfect, will have …-ed,

5

Present perfect continuous or present continuous?

6

Past perfect continuous or past continuous?

7

Future perfect continuous or future continuous?

8

Revision Test 601- 607

9

Conditional sentences : type 1

10

Conditional sentences : type 2

11

Conditional sentences : type 3

12

Conditional sentences : type 1 or 2 or 3

13

Used to,would, will, be used to, be accustomed to, get used to

14

Wish, if only

15

Causative form, have/get something done

16

Revision Test 609-615

17

Gerund

18

Infinitive: full bare or perfect?

19

Gerund or infinitive?

20

Ask/want/expect someone to do something, let/make someone do something

21

Indirect speech 1

22

Indirect speech 2

23

Relative clauses: defining and non-defining

24

Revision Test 601-623


 

multi3

John Mavrikakis

ENGLISH MULTIBOOK

e-learning for language students  

 (grammar, vocabulary, exercises)

UNITS

level 7 (D class)

1

Numbers: cardinal numbers, ordinal numbers, telephone numbers, fractions, time, once, twice, …

2

The year: days, months, years, dates,

3

The article: indefinite, definite, a, an, use – omission of the

4

Nouns : plural, countable, uncountable, possessive

5

Demonstratives : this, that, these, those. It, they. There is / are / was / were / will be

6

Prepositions:  time, place, movement

7

Personal pronouns, possessive adjectives

8

Revision Test 701-707

9

Adjectives: position, comparatives, superlatives, irregular

10

Adverbs of frequency / manner

11

Simple Present

12

Present Continuous

13

Simple Past

14

Past Continuous

15

Simple Future – Going To

16

Revision Test 709-715

17

Present Perfect

18

Past Perfect

19

Be - Do – Have (Got)

20

Modals – Auxiliaries, Imperative

21

Clauses - Conditional

22

Some, Any, No, Derivatives, When, Where, Why, How, Who, Which, Whose, What

23

Lexical Items

24

Revision Test 701-723


 

multi3

John Mavrikakis

ENGLISH MULTIBOOK

e-learning for language students  

 (grammar, vocabulary, exercises)

UNITS

level 8 (E class)

1

Numbers: cardinal numbers, decimals, percentages, ordinal numbers, order of cardinal – ordinal combinations, fractions, hundred or hundreds, solo, duo, duet, twins, … times in quantity, zero or nothing, arithmetic, roman numbers, Measurements: length, surface, capacity, weight, money, temperature.  Time a.m., p.m.

2

Articles: Uses of a/an, use – ommission of the,

3

Nouns: Irregular plural, countable or uncountable, a/an or some/any, much, many, little, a little, few, a few, a lot of, lots of, a great quantity of. Possessive form

4

Reflexive pronouns, you, one, ones, there is, it is

5

Prepositions of time, place, movement. Prepositions often confused

6

Prepositions before other words

7

Prepositions after other words

8

Adjectives, adverbs: order of adjectives, nouns as adjectives, comparative of adverbs, irregular adjectives – adverbs / as … as / not as … as / not so … as / the … the …/  … and … / the … of the two, order of adverbs, adverbs of frequency, adverbs modifying adjectives, still - yet - already, not … any more / not … any longer / no longer, adverbs of probability, perhaps - maybe, too - enough, so -such, verbs of perception

9

Conditional Sentences: 1st type, 2nd type, 3rd type, mixed types, implied if

10

Passive Voice, Causative Form

11

Indirect Speech: say – tell, changes of verb tenses, no change of tense, changes of other words, actual – reported words, reported questions, reported commands

12

Unreal Past: wish – if only (present time), wish – if only (future – past time), would rather, it’s time, had better, prefer


 

multi3

John Mavrikakis

ENGLISH MULTIBOOK

e-learning for language students  

(grammar, vocabulary, exercises)

index

level 9a (FCE)

index

level 9b (ECCE)

901abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  1

951

ECCE Test  Paper  1

902abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  2

952

ECCE Test  Paper  2

903abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  3

953

ECCE Test  Paper  3

904abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  4

954

ECCE Test  Paper  4

905abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  5

955

ECCE Test  Paper  5

906abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  6

956

ECCE Test  Paper  6

907abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  7

957

ECCE Test  Paper  7

908abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  8

958

ECCE Test  Paper  8

909abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  9

959

ECCE Test  Paper  9

910abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  10

960

ECCE Test  Paper  10

911abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  11

961

ECCE Test  Paper  11

912abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  12

962

ECCE Test  Paper  12

913abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  13

963

ECCE Test  Paper  13

914abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  14

964

ECCE Test  Paper  14

915abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  15

965

ECCE Test  Paper  15

916abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  16

966

ECCE Test  Paper  16

917abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  17

967

ECCE Test  Paper  17

918abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  18

968

ECCE Test  Paper  18

919abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  19

969

ECCE Test  Paper  19

920abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  20

970

ECCE Test  Paper  20

921abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  21

 

 

922abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  22

 

 

923abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  23

 

 

924abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  24

 

 

925abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  25

 

 

926abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  26

 

 

927abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  27

 

 

928abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  28

 

 

929abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  29

 

 

930abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  30

 

 

931abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  31

 

 

932abcdef

FCE Test  Paper  32

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FCE Test  Paper  33

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FCE Test  Paper  34

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