Stage 2 |Pre-Intermediate | 800 headwords | A2 | Flyers/Key | Non-fiction
Liz Ferretti - Illustrated by Francesca Capellini
“The most important thing is not to think very much about oneself.” Virginia Woolf
In this book, you will find the diaries of many different people. Here are writers, artists, musicians, and people with important stories to tell. Some are famous – Anne Frank, George Orwell and Kurt Cobain – others you will meet for the first time.
Grammar and structures
Present simple, Present continuous (present actions), Present perfect simple, Past Simple, Future with will. Verb forms and patterns: Affirmative, interrogative, negative, Infinitives (with and without to) after verbs and adjectives, Regular and common irregular verbs, Passive
forms, Gerunds (verb + -ing) after verbs and prepositions, Gerunds as subjects and objects.
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