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SŁOWOTWÓRSTWO:
14. WORD FORMATION
CZASOWNIKI I WYRAŻENIA FRAZEOLOGICZNE: PHRASAL VERBSENGLISH IDIOMS
I. CZĘŚCI MOWY (PART OF SPEECH): ^do góry
I.1. NOUN (RZECZOWNIK): ^do góry
Plural forms of Nouns 1A1
Plural forms of Nouns 2A1
Plural forms of Nouns 3A1
Plural forms of Nouns 4A1
Countable and Uncountable NounsA1
Saxon Genitive 1A2
Saxon Genitive 2A2
Gerund as Noun 1B1
Gerund as Noun 2B1
Noun + other parts of speech 1A2
Noun + other parts of speech 2B2
I.2. ARTICLE (PRZEDIMEK): ^do góry
Indefinite articlesA1
Indefinite and definite articles 1A1
Indefinite and definite articles 2A2
Indefinite and definite articles 3A2
Indefinite and definite articles 4A2
Indefinite and definite articles 5A2
Omission of articlesB1
I.3. ADJECTIVE (PRZYMIOTNIK): ^do góry
Adjectives in correct orderB1
Comparative Adjectives 1A2
Comparative Adjectives 2A2
Superlative adjectives 1A2
Superlative adjectives 2A2
Use Comparison in the sentenceB1
The +adjective to refer a group of peopleB2
Adjectives with “so” and “such” 1A2
Adjectives with “so” and “such” 2B1
Adjectives with “so” and “such” 3B1
Adjectives with “too” and “enough” 1B1
Adjectives with “too” and “enough” 2B1
Adjectives with “too” and “enough” 3B1
Adjectives with “too” and “enough” 4B1
Adjective in the sentence with “How” and “What”B2
Adjectives with “ed” “ing” 1B1
Adjectives with “ed” “ing” 2B1
Understanding the Adjectives 1B2
Understanding the Adjectives 2B2
Adjectives vs Adverbs 1B2
Adjectives vs Adverbs 2B2
I.4. ADVERB (PRZYSŁÓWEK): ^do góry
Adverbs of time and frequency 1A2
Adverbs of time and frequency 2A2
Adverbs of PlaceA2
Adverbs of Place: some-, any-, no-, every- 1A2
Adverbs of Place: some-, any-, no-, every- 2A2
Adverbs of Place: some-, any-, no-, every- 3A2
Adverbs of MannerA2
Adverbs of DegreeB1
Adverbials of Probability (Possibility) and CertaintyB1
Also, just, yet, already, only, still…B1
Position of Adverbs in the sentence 1B1
Position of Adverbs in the sentence 2B1
Understanding the Adverbs 1B2
Understanding the Adverbs 2B2
Adjectives vs Adverbs 1B2
Adjectives vs Adverbs 2B2
I.5. PRONOUNS (ZAIMKI) / QUANTIFIERS and DETERMINERS (KWANTYFIKATORY i OKREŚLNIKI): ^do góry

Personal Pronouns / AffirmativesA2
Personal Pronouns / Negatives and QuestionsA2
Possessive PronounsA2
Personal and Possessive Pronouns RevisionB1
Reflexive and Emphatic Pronouns 1A2
Reflexive and Emphatic Pronouns 2B1
Demonstrative PronounsA2
Each other, one anotherB1
Quantifiers: “some”, “any”, “no” 1B1
Quantifiers: “some”, “any”, “no” 2B1
Quantifiers: “every”, “everybody”, “anybody”, “anything”B1
Quantifiers: “little”, “a little”, “few”, “a few” 1A2
Quantifiers: “little”, “a little”, “few”, “a few” 2B1
Quantifiers: “a lot”, “a lot of”, “lots of”A2
No, none, none of 1A2
No, none, none of 2B1
Whole / All with a NounB2
There is / There areA2
I.6. NUMERALS (LICZEBNIKI): ^do góry
Cardinal NumbersA1
Ordinal Numbers 1A1
Ordinal Numbers 2A2
Repeating NumeralsA2
Numbers (Maths)B1
I.7. PREPOSITION (PRZYIMEK): ^do góry
Preposition of time 1A1
Preposition of time 2A2
Preposition of time 3A2
Prepositions of place 1A2
Prepositions of place 2A2
Preposition of movementA2
Preposition followed by Noun 1B1
Preposition followed by Noun 2B1
Verb with Preposition 1A2
Verb with Preposition 2B1
Adjective with Preposition 1A2
Adjective with Preposition 2B1
Preposition and time AdverbialsB2
I.8. VERB (CZASOWNIK): ^do góry
To + InfinitiveA1
Using Infinitive without “to” (Zero Infinitive)A1
“To be” 1A1
“To be” 2A1
“To be” 3A1
“To be” 4A1
Have got / Has got 1A2
Have got / Has got 2A2
Gerunds 1A2
Gerunds 2A2
Gerunds vs Infinitive 1B1
Gerunds vs Infinitive 2B1
Regular Verbs and Irregular Verbs 1A2
Regular Verbs and Irregular Verbs 2B2
Regular Verbs and Irregular Verbs 3B2
Auxiliary VerbsB2
Imperative clauses 1A2
Imperative clauses 2B1
Orders / Warnings / Advices / RequestsB1
Verb + that / “zero – that”B2
Verb + ”Wh-“ ClausesB2
Verbs – multiple choice test 1B2
Verbs – multiple choice test 2B2
I.9. MODAL VERBS (CZASOWNIKI MODALNE): ^do góry
Can / Can’tA1
Can / Can’t / Could / Couldn’tA2
Have to / Should / Must 1A2
Have to / Should / Must 2A2
Should / Shouldn’tA2
Must / Mustn’t / Can 1A2
Must / Mustn’t / Can 2A2
Will / Won’t 1A2
Will / Won’t 2A2
Ought to / Should / Had betterB1
May / MightB1
Used to, would, be/get used to 1B1
Used to, would, be/get used to 2B1
Dare / NeedB1
Shall / ShouldB1
Modal Verbs Revision 1B2
Modal Verbs Revision 2B2
I.10. QUANTIFIERS and INTENSIFIERS (KWANTYFIKATORY i PARTYKUŁY): ^do góry
Quantifiers 1A1
Quantifiers 2A1
Intensifiers 1A2
Intensifiers 2A2
I.11. CONJUCTIONS (SPÓJNIKI): ^do góry
Connecting Conjunctions: “and”, “but”A2
Connecting Conjunctions: “so”, “because“A2
Subordinating Conjunctions: “after”, “although”, “as”B1
Subordinating Conjunctions: “until”, “when”, “while “, “whereas”B1
Subordinating Conjunctions: „while”, „once”B1
I.12. BULIDING THE SENTENCE: ^do góry
Cause and effect 1A2
Cause and effect 2A2
As and like 1A2
As and like 2A2
Linking Words 1A2
Linking Words 2B1
Creating simple sentences 1A1
Creating simple sentences 2A1
Stylistic InversionA2
Defining relative clauses: who, which, where 1A2
Defining relative clauses: who, which, where 2A2
Both / either / neither in sentence 1B1
Both / either / neither in sentence 2B1
Than / as / that in the sentence 1A2
Than / as / that in the sentence 2A2
Key word transformation sentence 1A2
Key word transformation sentence 2A2
Wishes, unreal past 1A2
Wishes, unreal past 2A2
There is / There are 1A1
There is / There are 2A1
Is there / Are there?A1
I.13. MAKING THE QUESTION (KONSTRUKCJA PYTAŃ): ^do góry
WH-questions 1A1
WH-questions 2A1
WH-questions 3A2
Inversion in Questions – PresentA1
Inversion in Questions – PastA1
HOW – Questions 1A2
HOW – Questions 2A2
Ask for the amount 1A2
Ask for the amount 2A2
Indirect Questions 1B1
Indirect Questions 2B1
Question Tags 1A2
Question Tags 2A2
Question Tags 3A2
Question Tags 4B1
Question Tags 5B1
I.14. WORD FORMATION (SŁOWOTWÓRSTWO): ^do góry
Word Formation 1A2
Word Formation 2B1
Word Formation 3B1
Word Formation 4B1
Word Formation 5B1
Word Formation 6B1
Word Formation – NounB1
Word Formation – AdjectivesB1
Word Formation – VerbsB2
Word Formation – Various endingsB2
Word Formation – OppositesB1
Mixed Word Formation 1B1
Mixed Word Formation 2B2
Prefixes 1A2
Prefixes 2A2
Prefixes 3B1
Suffixes 1A2
Suffixes 2A2
Suffixes 3B1
II. CZASY GRAMATYCZNE (TENSES): ^do góry
II.1. Czas Present Simple (Teraźniejszy prosty) ^do góry
Present Simple – AffirmativesA2
Present Simple – AffirmativesA2
Present Simple – QuestionsA2
Present Simple – General Questions 1A2
Present Simple – General Questions 2B1
Present Simple – NegativesA2
Present Simple – NegativesA2
Present Simple – MixedA2
Present Simple – MixedA2
Present Simple – RevisionA2
Present Simple – RevisionB1
II.2. Czas Present Continuous (Teraźniejszy ciągły) ^do góry
Present Continuous – AffirmativesA1
Present Continuous – QuestionsA1
Present Continuous – NegativesA1
Present Continuous – MixedA2
Present Continuous – MixedA2
II.3. Present Simple vs Present Continuous ^do góry
Present Simple and Present Continuous – RevisionA2
Present Simple and Present Continuous – RevisionA2
Present Simple or Present Continuous?B1
Present Simple and Present ContinuousA2
Present Simple and Present ContinuousA2
Present Simple and Present Continuous – Check yourself 1A2
Present Simple and Present Continuous – Check yourself 2A2
Present Simple and Present Continuous – Check yourself 3A2
II.4. Czas Past Simple (Przeszły prosty dokonany) ^do góry
Past Simple – Affirmatives 1A2
Past Simple – Affirmatives 2B1
Past Simple – Questions 1A2
Past Simple – Questions 2B1
Past Simple – Negatives 1A2
Past Simple – Negatives 2B1
Past Simple – Irregular Verbs 1B1
Past Simple – Irregular Verbs 2B1
Past Simple – Revision 1A2
Past Simple – Revision 2B1
Past Simple – Revision 3B1
II.5. Czas Past Continuous (Przeszły ciągły niedokonany) ^do góry
Past Continuous – AffirmativesB1
Past Continuous – Questions and NegativesB1
Past Continuous – When and While 1B1
Past Continuous – When and While 2B1
II.6. Past Simple vs Past Continuous ^do góry
Past Simple and Past Continuous – MixedB2
Past Simple and Past Continuous – Revision 1B2
Past Simple and Past Continuous – Revision 2B2
Past Simple and Past Continuous – Revision 3B2
II.7. Czas Present Perfect (Teraźniejszy dokonany) ^do góry
Present Perfect – Affirmative 1A2
Present Perfect – Affirmative 2B1
Present Perfect – Negatives and Questions 1A2
Present Perfect – Negatives and Questions 2B1
Just / already / yet in Present Perfect TenseB1
For / since in Present Perfect Tense 1A2
For / since in Present Perfect Tense 2B1
Present Perfect – Mixed 1B1
Present Perfect – Mixed 2B1
Present Perfect – RevisionB2
Present Perfect and Past Simple 1B1
Present Perfect and Past Simple 2B1
II.8. Czas Present Perfect Continuous (Teraźniejszy ciągły niedokonany) ^do góry
Present Perfect Continuous – AffirmativeB1
Present Perfect Continuous – Negatives and QuestionsB1
Present Perfect and Present Perfect ContinuousB2
II.9. Czas Past Perfect (Zaprzeszły dokonany) ^do góry
Past Perfect Tense – AffirmativeB1
Past Perfect Tense – NegativeB1
Past Perfect Tense – QuestionsB1
Past Perfect and Past Simple 1B1
Past Perfect and Past Simple 2B1
Past Perfect and Past Simple 3B2
Past Perfect – RevisionB2
II.10. Czas Past Perfect Continuous (Zaprzeszły niedokonany) ^do góry
Past Perfect Continuous – Mixed 1B1
Past Perfect Continuous – Mixed 2B1
Past Perfect Continuous – Mixed 3B1
Past Perfect Simple and Past Perfect ContinuousB2
II.11. Konstrukcja „going to” ^do góry
„Be going to” – Questions and AnswersA2
“Going to” – StatementsA2
“Going to” – Comprehension / Revision 1B1
“Going to” – Comprehension / Revision 2B1
II.12. Czas Future Simple (Przyszły prosty) ^do góry
Future Simple – Affirmative 1A2
Future Simple – Affirmative 2A2
Future Simple – NegativesA2
Future Simple – Questions and AnswersA2
Future Simple – Comprehension / RevisionA2
Future – “will” and “going to” 1A2
Future – “will” and “going to” 2B1
Future – “will” and “going to” 3B1
II.13. Czas Future Continuous (Przyszły niedokonany) ^do góry
Future Continuous – common use 1B1
Future Continuous – common use 2B1
Future Continuous – common use 3B1
II.14. Czas Future Perfect (Przyszły dokonany) ^do góry
Future Perfect – StatementsB1
Future Perfect – common use with contextB1
Future Perfect – the sentence transformationB1
II.15. Czas Future Perfect Continuous (Przyszły ciągły niedokonany) ^do góry
Future Perfect Continuous – common useB1
Future Perfect and Future Perfect Continuous – Revision 1B1
Future Perfect and Future Perfect Continuous – Revision 2B1
Future Perfect and Future Perfect Continuous – Revision 3B1
II.16. Tenses – Summary and Revision ^do góry
Questions and AnswersA1
Mixed Grammar 1A1
Mixed Grammar 2A2
Present TensesB1
Past Tenses 1B1
Past Tenses 2B1
Future TensesB1
All Verb Tenses Review 1B1
All Verb Tenses Review 2B1
Mixed TensesB1
III. MOWA ZALEŻNA (REPORTED SPEECH): ^do góry
Reported Speech – Adverbs and Demonstratives 1B1
Reported Speech – Adverbs and Demonstratives 2B1
Reported Speech – general truth or permanent statesB2
Reporting Verbs 1B1
Reporting Verbs 2B1
Reporting Verbs + InfinitiveB2
Model Verbs in Reported SpeechB1
Reported Speech – Word transformation 1B1
Reported Speech – Word transformation 2B1
Reported – If – questions 1B1
Reported – If – questions 2B2
Reported Speech – Mixed 1B1
Reported Speech – Mixed 2B1
Reported Speech – Mixed 3B1
Reported Speech – Revision 1B1
Reported Speech – Revision 2B2
Reported Speech – Revision 3B2
IV. STRONA BIERNA (PASSIVE VOICE): ^do góry
Present Simple Tense – Affirmative 1B1
Present Simple Tense – Affirmative 2B1
Present Simple Tense – InterrogativeB1
Present Simple Tense – Negative 1B1
Present Simple Tense – Negative 2B1
Present Continuous – Affirmative and NegativeB1
Past Simple Tense – AffirmativeB1
Past Simple Tense – NegativeB1
Past Simple Continuous – Affirmative and NegativeB1
Present Perfect – Mixed SentencesB1
Future Tenses – Mixed SentencesB1
It + PassiveB2
Mixed Tenses Passive VoiceB1
Verb forms – Passive VoiceB1
Passive Voice – Mixed 1B1
Passive Voice – Mixed 2B1
Passive Voice – Mixed 3B1
Passive Voice – Mixed 4B1
Passive Voice – Revision 1B1
Passive Voice – Revision 2B1
V. ZDANIA WARUNKOWE (CONDITIONALS): ^do góry
Automatic result in Zero Conditional 1B1
Automatic result in Zero Conditional 2B1
Always true sentences – Zero ConditionalB1
Modals in the result (Zero Conditional) clauseB1
Conditions and results – Zero Conditional sentencesB1
First Conditional – “IF” something is possibleB1
First Conditional – If + willB1
First Conditional – If + ImperativeB2
First Conditional – Revision 1B1
First Conditional – Revision 2B1
First Conditional – SummaryB1
Second Conditional – an imaginary situation 1B1
Second Conditional – an imaginary situation 2B2
Second Conditional – an event and its resultB2
Second Conditional in sentencesB2
First and Second Conditional – SummaryB1
First and Second Conditional – RevisionB1
Third Conditional – action and consequence 1B1
Third Conditional – action and consequence 2B2
Third Conditional – speculationsB2
Conditionals – mixed sentences 1B1
Conditionals – mixed sentences 2B2
Conditionals – mixed sentences 3B2
PHRASAL VERBS (CZASOWNIKI FRAZOWE): ^do góry
A2 1005. Phrasal verbs
A2 1006. Phrasal verbs
B1 1013. Phrasal verbs
B1 1014. Phrasal verbs
B2 1018. Phrasal verbs
ENGLISH IDIOMS (IDIOMY ANGIELSKIE): ^do góry
B2 1017. Idioms
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