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    CURSO DE INGLÉS GRATUITO -GRANOLLERS-BARCELONA CURSO DE INGLÉS GRATUITO -GRANOLLERS-BARCELONA Document Transcript

    • LESSON ONEEXPRESSIONS FOR CLASSROOM USEWhen the teacher arrives to the class in the morning, we say:Good morning, Sir ____________ or Good morning Mrs,______________When the teacher arrives to the class at noon, we say:Good afternoon, Sir ____________ or Good afternoon, Mrs ________________When we arrive at home at 6:00 pm from the school, we say :Good evening, Dad ____________ or Good evening, Mum______________When we go to sleep at 23:00 pm, we say:Good night, Dad _______________ or Good night, Mum___________________English alphabet 1. EXERCISESHow do you spell _MARIA in English?I spell it . em-ei –ar-eiHow do you spell your name?I spell my name. __________________________
    • READING: “ OUR NEW ENGLISH BOOK “This is my new English book. I have a new English Book. Look at my book. Look at it.Have you a new English book?.In my class all the pupils have a new English book. We have a new English book. Weare learning English. I can read in English. I can speak. I like English. All the pupils likeEnglish.Robert has a book. Mary has a one also. Look at Robert and Mary. They are reading.Robert and Mary are brother and sister. They go to school. Robert is in a school forboys. Mary is in a school for girls.They are studying English at school. They have an English teacher. They are goodpupils.VOCABULARYVerbs AdverbsTo look ---- mirar Also ---- tambiénto look at ----- mirar a Nounscan ---- poder Lesson --- lecciónto speak – hablar Pupil ---- alumno/ato like --- gustar School – escuelato go ---- ir Girl – chicato learn --- aprender Boy – chicoto read -- leer Brother – hermanoto have --- tener Sister -- hermanaVerbs in gerund Adjectivesreading --- leyendo New – nuevo/alearning -- aprendiendo Good – bueno /a
    • PERSONAL PRONOUNS SINGULAR PLURAL1º PERSON I WE2º PERSON YOU YOU3º PERSON SHE, HE , IT THEYGRAMMARThe verbs have inflection to show the gender and the number. In all the persons willbe the same, except in the 3º person singular that we must add , “S “, OR “ ES “e.g , CONJUGATION : to speak VERB: TO SPEAK in all the persons I / YOU / WE / THEY SPEAK In 3º person singular SHE / HE / IT SPEAKS VERB : TO COME in all the persons I / YOU / WE / THEY COME In 3º person singular SHE / HE / IT COMESThis is called INDICATIVE MOOD IN PRESENT TENSES.
    • 2. EXERCISEConjugate in all the persons - to look, to read, to write, to talk, to run, to play, tospeak. 3. EXERCISEConjugate in 3º the persons - to look, to read, to write, to talk, to run, to play, tospeak. 4. EXERCISEConjugate in 1º person singular and 1º person plural - to look, to read, to write, totalk, to run, to play, to speak. 5. EXERCISEConjugate in 2º person singular and 2º person plural - to look, to read, to write, totalk, to run, to play, to speak. 6. EXERCISEConjugate in 3º person plural - to look, to read, to write, to talk, to run, to play, tospeak. 7. LISTEN, REPEAT AND TALK Red Ball on the Floor The ball is on the floor. It is a red ball. It is a rubber ball. The baby looks at the ball. The cat looks at the ball. The cat is black. The cat walks over to the ball. The cat hits the ball with its paw. The ball rolls on the floor. The baby smiles 8. EASY CONVERSATION : 1. I Live in PasadenaWhere do you live?B: I live in Pasadena.A: Where is Pasadena?B: It’s in California.A: Is it in northern California?
    • B: No. It’s in southern California.A: Is Pasadena a big city?B: It’s pretty big.A: How big is “pretty big?B: It has about 140,000 people.A: How big is Los Angeles?B: It has about 3 million people. 9. EXERCISEFill the gaps with your information.Where do you live?B: I live in ___________.A: Where is _____________?B: It’s in _____________.A: Is it in _________________?B: No. It’s in _______________.A: Is ______________ a big city?B: It’s pretty big.A: How big is “pretty big?B: It has about 140,000 people.A: How big is _____________?B: It has about 3 million people.GRAMMARTo be is special verbs because has different inflection to show the gender and thenumber. . In all the persons will be the same, except in the 1º and 3º person singularthat are different.e.g , CONJUGATION : to be
    • VERB: to be in 1º the persons singular I am In 3º person singular SHE / HE / IT IS in all the persons YOU / WE / THEY AREThis is called INDICATIVE MOOD IN PRESENT TENSES. 10. EXERCISEConjugate in all the persons - to BE. 11. EXERCISEConjugate in 1º the persons singular - to BE. 12. EXERCISEConjugate in 3º the persons singular- to BEGRAMMAR
    • To HAVE is special verbs because has different inflection to show the gender andthe number. . In all the persons will be the same, except in the 3º person singular.e.g , CONJUGATION : to HAVE VERB: to HAVE in all the persons I / YOU / WE / THEY HAVE In 3º person singular SHE / HE / IT HASThis is called INDICATIVE MOOD IN PRESENT TENSES. 13. EXERCISEConjugate in all the persons - to HAVE. 14. EXERCISEConjugate in 3º the persons singular- to HAVE .GRAMMARCAN is special verbs because has NO inflection to show the gender and thenumber. . In all the persons IT will be the same.e.g , CONJUGATION : CAN
    • VERB: CAN in all the persons I / YOU / WE / THEY CAN In 3º person singular SHE / HE / IT CANThis is called INDICATIVE MOOD IN PRESENT TENSES. 15. EXERCISEConjugate in all the persons - CAN. 16. EXERCISEConjugate in 3º the persons singular- CAN . 17. TONGUE TWISTER -A good cook could cook as much cookies as a good cook who could cook cookies -I saw a saw that could out saw any other saw I ever saw.
    • LESSON TWOEXPRESSIONS FOR CLASSROOM USEWhen the teacher arrives to the class in the morning, he says:Stand up , Sit downWhen the teacher uses the book , he says:Open your books, Shut your booksWhen we say the words incorrectly, the teacher saysPronounce that word well, Repeat it again, and Say that again.READING:“MY DOG “This is prince, my good dog. Have you a dog?. I like my dog. He is a very good dog. Hecan run and jump. He can play with my ball. He can run fast.Look at my dog. He has my ball in his mouth. He can catch my ball with his mouth. I amgood to my dog. Are you good to dogs?Have you a ball?. Yes, but I have it at home. It is not here. I have it not here. It is home.Are you playing now?. No, now I am studying. I am reading in English. I am reading anEnglish book. We are speaking English. We are in the classroom. The teacher is givinghis English lesson. We listen to him. We are attentive. The bad pupil is not attentive.He is playing. He is not listening.This is a door; that is a window. This is a pencil .This is not a pencil case. This is anEnglish book. This is not a Spanish book.VOCABULARYVerbs AdverbsTo play with ---- jugar con Not ---- no ( negativo )to look at ----- mirar a Nouns
    • can ---- poder dog --- perroto catch – coger / capturar ball ---- pelotato like --- gustar mouth – bocato run ---- correr classroom – aulato jump --- saltar window -- ventanato read -- leer Adjectivesto have --- tener New – nuevo/aVerbs in gerund Attentive – atento/areading --- leyendo Bad --- malo/a --studying – estudiandoplaying – jugandospeaking – hablandolistening – escuchandogiving -- dando 18. TONGUE TWISTER - RED BULB BLUE BULB RED BULB BLUE BULB - RED BLOOD BLUE BLOOD" 19.LISTEN, REPEAT AND TALK Warm Air and a SandwichThe window is open. Air comes through the window. It is warm air. It is awarm day. The air smells like bread. It smells like fresh bread. It smellsgood. It makes the boy hungry. The boy goes to the kitchen. He makes asandwich. He sits down. He eats the sandwich
    • GRAMMARVERB : TO BE ( MEANING : EXISTENCE )e.g , CONJUGATION : to be VERB: to be in 1º the persons singular I am Mario In 3º person singular SHE is Maria HE is Manuel IT IS a dog in all the persons YOU are Mario WE are Maria and Manuel THEY are Laia and MarioThis is called INDICATIVE MOOD IN PRESENT TENSES. 20. EXERCISEWrite the verb: to Be as a meaning of existence with the following names:
    • Mario and Maria; Paul, Chris and Manuel; Raquel; Alejandro, Margarita, Charles andRichard; Albert ; Alexander, Anthony and Danel; Franck ; Caroline , Helen and Jenny;Lucy ; Maggy and Rose. 21. EASY CONVERSATION : I Go to College A: Do you go to college? B: Yes, I do. A: What college do you go to? B: I go to Pasadena City College. A: Do you like it? B: Oh, yes, I really like it. A: Why do you like it? B: Because it has great teachers. A: What else? B: I like all my classmates, too. A: Anything else? B: Yes. It’s not expensive! 22. EXERCISEFill the gaps with your information. A: Do you go to _____________? B: Yes, I do. A: What ___________ do you go to? B: I go to ___________ City __________. A: Do you like it? B: Oh, yes, I really like it. A: Why do you like it?
    • B: Because it has great teachers. A: What else? B: I like all my _____________, too. A: Anything else? B: Yes. It’s not expensive!GRAMMARVERB : TO BE ( MEANING : STATE )e.g , CONJUGATION : to be
    • VERB: to be in 1º the persons singular I am HERE In 3º person singular SHE is THERE HE is IN THE SCHOOL IT IS OVER THERE in all the persons YOU are AT HOME WE are STUDYING THEY are HAPPYThis is called INDICATIVE MOOD IN PRESENT TENSES. 23. EXERCISEWrite the verb: to Be as a meaning of STATE with the following names: Mario and Maria; Paul, Chris and Manuel; Raquel; Alejandro, Margarita, Charles andRichard; Albert ; Alexander, Anthony and Danel; Franck ; Caroline , Helen and Jenny;Lucy ; Maggy and Rose. 24. EXERCISEConjugate the verb: to Be in all the person as a meaning of STATE and EXISTENCE :
    • 1. I am at school, 2. I am happy ; 3 I am are student ; 4 I am good to dogs; 5I am bad to animals . 6 I am here ; 7 I am there ; 8 I am over there; 9 I am good student, 10 I am very attentive in class.THE PRESENT PARTICIPLEThe present participle of all the verbs is formed by adding ( ING ) TO the root of theverb. E.gTo read ------ reading to speak ------ speakingTo study ------ studying to listen ------ listeningTo say ----- saying to run -- runningTo look ----- looking to give ------ givingAlso, we place before the present participle ( ING ) the verb to Be.
    • VERB: to be in 1º the persons singular I am reading In 3º person singular SHE is studying HE is speaking IT IS saying in all the persons YOU are running WE are looking THEY are givingThe function of the present participle in this case is as a GERUND.21.EXERCISEConjugate the verb: to Be in all the person as a meaning of STATE :I am studying at school, --2. I am reading a book ; --3 I am playing with Mario ; --4 .I am looking at the dogs; -- 5 . I am giving the ball . – 6. I am listening to music ; -7. Iam saying a poem ; --8 . I am jumping ; --9. I am catching the ball, --10 . I am writingthe lesson. GRAMMAR
    • NOT is an adverb of negation, it is placed after the verb.e.g , CONJUGATION : to be VERB: to be in 1º the persons singular I am NOT Mario In 3º person singular SHE is NOT Maria HE is NOT studiyig IT is NOT a dog in all the persons YOU are NOT Mario WE are NOT jumping THEY are NOT happyThis is called INDICATIVE MOOD IN PRESENT TENSES. 21 EXERCISEWrite the verb: to Be as a meaning of state IN NEGATIVE with the following names: Mario and Maria; Paul, Chris and Manuel; Raquel; Alejandro, Margarita, Charles andRichard; Albert ; Alexander, Anthony and Danel; Franck ; Caroline , Helen and Jenny;Lucy ; Maggy and Rose. 22 EXERCISE
    • Conjugate the verb: to Be IN NEGATIVE in all the person as a meaning of STATE andEXISTENCE : 1.I am at school, 2. I am happy ; 3 I am are student ; 4 I am good to dogs; 5 I am bad to animals . 6 I am here ; 7 I am there ; 8 I am over there; 9 I am good student, 10 I am very attentive in class. 23 EXERCISEConjugate the verb: to Be IN NEGATIVE in all the person as a meaning of STATE : 2. I am studying at school, 2. I am reading a book ; 3 I am playing with Mario ; 4 I am looking at the dogs; 5 I am giving the ball . 6 I am listening to music ; 7 I am saying a poem ; 8 I am jumping ; 9 I am catching the ball, 10 I am writing the lesson.LESSON THREEEXPRESSIONS FOR CLASSROOM USEWhen the teacher explains something that you do not understand, you say :What does that word mean?The teacher will answer:It means ______________________When you do not know the meaning of a word, then you can ask:What is the Spanish for that word?READING: “THE TORN HAT “Look at my hat ; It is torn. It is an old hat . I have a new at home, but this is an old one.I am not living in the city. I am living in the country. My parents are the country too.We live in the country.In the city there are many houses ; the air is not pure. In the country there are manytrees ; the air is very pure. I like the country very much. I like to live in the country.
    • We live near a small village. There is a school in that village. I go every day to schoolwith my sisters and my little brother. The school is not far from our house.I have many classmates and many friends. All my classmates are my friends. All myschoolmates my friends.VOCABULARYVerbs AdverbsTo live in ---- vivir en Not ---- no ( negativo )to go ----- ir Very ---- muyto like --- gustar Far ---- lejosto have --- tener Near --- cercathere be ---- haber NounsVerbs in gerund Schoolmate – compañero de escuelaLiving --- viviendo Classmate ----- compañero de aula Country ----campo Air ------- aire City – ciudad Hat – sombrero Noun- sustantivo Adjectives Much ---- mucho Many --- mucho Pure --- puro Old – Viejo All – todos / as
    • 25. EASY CONVERSATION : School Items What do you need for school? B: I need pencils. A: Anything else? B: I need a notebook. A: Do you need a pen? B: No. I already have a pen. A: Do you need a calculator? B: No. The teacher doesn’t permit calculators. A: How about a dictionary? B: No, we have a big dictionary in the classroom. A: Well, I guess that’s it. B: Yes, that’s all I need for now. 26. EXERCISEFill the gaps with your information. What do you need for school? B: I need ____________. A: Anything else? B: I need a ____________. A: Do you need a __________? B: No. I already have a ___________. A: Do you need a ____________? B: No. The teacher doesn’t permit __________. A: How about a dictionary? B: No, we have a big dictionary in the classroom. A: Well, I guess that’s it. B: Yes, that’s all I need for now.
    • GRAMMARNOUNS is the name of anything like the names of persons, things and animalse.g ,Names of persons : Mario , Maria , Laia, Antonio.Names of things : Pencil, table, rulerNames of animals : Dog, elephant, catThe gender of the nouns are two : SINGULAR and PLURAL - Pencil ( singular ) - Pencils ( PluralMost nouns form their plural by adding an “ S “ to the singularPencil ----- pencils 24 EXERCISEWrite the singular:the pupils , the boys , the girls , the teachers , the books , the schools , the lessons,the exercises , the pencils , the pens , the exercise books , the doors , the windows ,the tables , the chairs 25 EXERCISEWrite the plural:the pupil , the boy , the girl , the teacher , the book , the school , the lesson, theexercise , the pencil , the pen , the exercise book , the door , the window , the table ,the chair. 26 TONGUE TWISTER 1. Betty bought butter but the butter was bitter, so Betty bought better butter to make the bitter butter better. 2. A box of mixed biscuits, a mixed biscuit box.
    • 27 LISTEN, REPEAT AND TALK He Gets Dressed, Sees His FriendThe boy puts on his socks. He puts on his shoes. He ties his shoelaces. Hewalks to the front door. He turns the doorknob. He pulls the door open. Hesteps outside. He closes the door behind him. He walks to the corner. Hesees his friend. He waves to his friend GRAMMARAdjectives are placed before the nouns to qualify. They express the quality of thenoun.e.g ,Names of things : new Pencil, large table, small rulerNames of animals : good Dog, big elephant, beautiful catThe adjective have no inflections to show gender or number. Good Pencil ( singular ) - Good Pencils ( Plural 28 EXERCISEPlace a qualifying adjective before a noun:Adjectives: good, new, English, large, short, little, red, big, old,Nouns : the pupil , the boy , the girl , the teacher , the book , the school , the lesson,the exercise , the pencil , the pen , the exercise book , the door , the window , the table, the chair. 29 EXERCISE
    • Place a qualifying adjective before a noun:Adjectives: good, new, English, large, short, little, red, big, old,Nouns : the pupils , the boys , the girls , the teachers , the books , the schools , thelessons, the exercises , the pencils , the pens , the exercise books , the doors , thewindows , the tables , the chairs GRAMMARTHERE BE is an impersonal verbs , because it does NOT refer to a persone.g , CONJUGATION : There be In singular In 3º person singular There is e.g there is a pencil In plural In 3º person singular There are e.g there are pencils 30 EXERCISEWrite the verb: There Be with different objects:1. There is a ( for singular ) There are ( for plural ) Pencil, balls, blackboard, computer, chair, teachers, table, rubber, friends, watch, door, window, village, sisters, lessons, book, schoolmate, classmates, city, houses, hat 31 EXERCISE
    • Write “there is or there are “when it is possible: pupils in the class , boys in the classroom , girls playing with the ball , teachers in theschool , books on the table , schools in the city , lessons every day , exercises on thebook , pencils on the pencil case , pens on the floor , exercise books on the bag ,doors in the room , windows in the class, tables in the house, chairs in the classroomLESSON FOUREXPRESSIONS FOR CLASSROOM USEPronounce carefullyOpen your book on page ______.Read slowlyPlease answer with the complete sentences. 32 TONGUE TWISTER 1. Upper roller lower roller Upper roller lower roller. 2. If two witches were watching two watches, which witch would watch which watch?READING: “OUR SCHOOL “Is your school in the city like our school in the country? In our schoolhouse there areeight classrooms and a large playground in front of the schoolhouse.Has your school eight classrooms? --- No, my school has more classrooms. There aretwelve classrooms: two for each grade or year. I am in the sixth year.We have a yard, but it is not very large, because in the city it is difficult to haveschoolhouse with large yards.And how are your classrooms in the country? Are they large? --- They are. Eachclassroom has two or three doors and four or five windows. The ceiling is very high, thewindows are very large. There is plenty of air and plenty of light in our classrooms.On the walls there are some maps, some pictures, and three large blackboards.The teacher has a desk. We have desks too. Each pupil has his desk. The teacher haschair. We have benches.
    • In our desks we keep our books and exercise books; our pencils, pencil cases, andpens; our ruler, rubber, and blotting paper.VOCABULARY
    • Verbs AdverbsTo keep ---- mantener Not ---- no ( negativo )To see ---- ver like --- comoTo follow --- seguir NounsTo open ----- abrir Playground – terreno de recreoTo close ---- cerrar Yard ---- patiothere be ---- haber Plenty of ----- mucho deto count --- contar Light – luzWh – questions Ceiling --- cielo rasoWho ? ----- quién ( persona ) Wall – paredHow ? ---- Cómo Map --- mapaHow much ? --- Cuántos Bench --- banco / banquilloHow many ? ---- Cuántos Year --- año Grade --- gradoFor questions Cap --- gorra WHY – Por qué ? AdjectivesFor answers More ---- másBecause ---- porque Less – menos High --- alto Low ---- bajo Each --- cada Easy --- fácil Difficult – difícil
    • 33. EASY CONVERSATION : Do Your Homework A: Have you done your homework? B: Not yet. A: Then why are you watching TV? B: This is my favorite show. A: Go do your homework. B: But, mom! A: You can watch TV after you do your homework. B: But the show will be over. A: There will be another show next week. B: Please? A: You know the rules. B: I hate the rules! I can’t wait till I grow up. 34. EXERCISEFill the gaps with your information. : Have you done your homework? B: Not yet. A: Then why are you ______________? B: This is my favorite _________. A: Go do your homework. B: But, mom! A: You can __________ after you do your homework. B: But the ___________ will be over. A: There will be another ___________next week. B: Please? A: You know the rules. B: I hate the rules! I can’t wait till I grow up.
    • Table of Cardinal Numbers ( Numeral adjectives ) Cardinal numbers from 1 through 30 1 one 11 eleven 21 twenty-one 2 two 12 twelve 22 twenty-two 3 three 13 thirteen 23 twenty-three 4 four 14 fourteen 24 twenty-four 5 five 15 fifteen 25 twenty-five 6 six 16 sixteen 26 twenty-six 7 seven 17 seventeen 27 twenty-seven 8 eight 18 eighteen 28 twenty-eight 9 nine 19 nineteen 29 twenty-nine 10 ten 20 twenty 30 thirty 33 EXERCISECount from one to ten ------- ( oral ) 34 EXERCISECount from eleven to twenty ------- ( oral ) 35 EXERCISECount from twenty- one to thirty ------- (oral)Table of Ordinal Numbers ( numeral adjectives ) Ordinal Numbers from 1 through 1,000,000 1st first 11th eleventh 21st twenty-first 2nd second 12th twelfth 22nd twenty-second 3rd third 13th thirteenth 23rd twenty-third 4th fourth 14th fourteenth 24th twenty-fourth 5th fifth 15th fifteenth 25th twenty-fifth 6th sixth 16th sixteenth 26th twenty-sixth 7th seventh 17th seventeenth 27th twenty-seventh 8th eighth 18th eighteenth 28th twenty-eighth 9th ninth 19th nineteenth 29th twenty-ninth 10th tenth 20th twentieth 30th thirtiethNote : we just add “ th “ the cardinal numbers. 36 EXERCISE
    • Say the ordinal number from one to ten ------- ( oral ) 37 EXERCISESay the ordinal numbers from eleven to twenty ------- ( oral ) 38 EXERCISESay the ordinal numbers from twenty- one to thirty ------- (oral) 39 EXERCISEWrite “there is or there are and a cardinal numbers “when it is possible:e.g , there are four boys in the house pupils in the class , boys in the classroom , girls playing with the ball , teachers in theschool , books on the table , schools in the city , lessons every day , exercises on thebook , pencils on the pencil case , pens on the floor , exercise books on the bag ,doors in the room , windows in the class, tables in the house, chairs in the classroom 40 EXERCISEAnswer with an ordinal numbers. First, second, third, fourth, fifth, sixthIn which grade are you?I am in ________________ grade.In which year are you?I am in the ___________________ year 41 EXERCISEWrite IN NEGATIVE form.e.g I am not working now1. I have many friends; -- 2. I am attentive, -- 3. You are following the lesson, -- 4. Peteris attentive, -- 5. Mary is listening, -- 6. We are looking at the pictures of our book, -- 7.He can speak English, -- 8. Charles is studying, -- 9. George is playing, -- 10. I have apencil. 42 EXERCISE
    • Write the answer in affirmative using “Because “. 1. Why we have a ball? ____________ we play tennis. 2. Why they have a good ruler? __________ They buy it . 3. Why she has a new cap? _________ she likes it. 4. Why I am in the classroom? ___________ you have class now. 5. Why they are writing? __________ they are studying. 6. Why my hat is very old? ________ my father gave it to me. 7. Why this ball is new ? __________ we play with it for the first time. 8. Why this exercise is difficult? ____________ it is not easy 9. Why the pupils are playing in the yard ? ____________ they like to play.10 . Why the teacher is giving his lesson?__________ we are students. 43 LISTEN, REPEAT AND TALK
    • Noisy Animals, Quiet Animals The dog barks. It likes to bark. The bird sings. It likes to sing. The dogand bird are noisy. The cat meows. It meows when it is hungry. It meowswhen it is angry. The fish says nothing. The turtle says nothing. The mousesays nothing. The lizard says nothing. They are quiet.LESSON FIVEEXPRESSIONS FOR CLASSROOM USEPronounce carefullyOpen your book on page ______.Read slowlyPlease answer with the complete sentences.READING: “SHORT DIALOGUES “DIALOGUE Nº1Come and play. ---- No, thank you, I cannot. – Why can´t you ? ---- Because I am busy.--- What have you to do? --- I have to study my lesson and to write my exercise.DIALOGUE Nº2Good morning, little bee. --- Good morning, boy. --- How do you do, little bee? – I amvery well thank you ; and How are you ?. --- I am all right. ---What are you doing , boy ?– Nothing to do ! . Have you not to study?. Can`t you play ?. I am always busy . I amnever lazy. Work, boy, work, or play, if it is time to play. But never be lazy.Work while you play, ---- Play while you play,This is the best way – To be happy and gay.VOCABULARY
    • Verbs AdverbsTo thank ---- agradecer Not ---- no ( negativo )to have to ----- tener que hacer algo Never ---- nuncato work --- trabajar always --- cercato have --- tener Nounsthere be ---- haber Morning – mañanato want --- querer Thanks – graciasto need – necesitar Way – caminoto Translate Time – tiempoConjunctionIf --- si ( condicional )Wh-questions AdjectivesWhile – mientras Happy --- felizPonouns Gay ---- contentNothing -- nada Lazy --- perezoso / hólgazan
    • TIME OF THE DAYSW say “ good afternoon “ from noon until about five o’clock.We say “ good evening “ from five o’clock until dark. After this we say “ good nightWe say “ good morning or good day “ from twenty-four hours until noon, twelve p.mHow do you do ? --¿ Cómo está Ud ?How are you ? -- ¿ Cómo está Tú ?TO BE MEMORIZEDWhat time is it ?It is eight o’clock ( 8:00 )It is one o’clock ( 1:00 )It is half past eight ( 8: 30 )It is a quarter past three ( 3: 15 )It is ten minutes pas six ( 6: 10 )It is five minutes to nine ( 8: 55 )It is a quarter to ten ( 9: 45 )It is twelve o’clock, it is noon or midday. It is midnightMy watch is slow …… my reloj se atrasa / está atrasadoYou watch is fast ……. Tu reloj está adelantadoListen, it is striking five …. Están dado las cincoListen, It has just stuck four…. Acaban de dar las cuatro
    • 5 minutes to… O’clock 5 minutes past … 10 minutes to 10 minutes past …. Quarter to Quarter past 20 minutes past … 20 minutes to… Half past 25 minutes past …. 25 minutes to …. 44 EXERCISEWrite the answer in affirmative saying the time in a full sentence. Write the answerin your notebook. 1.At what time do you go to school ? -- 10:00 am , 12: 45 pm , 13:00, 6:45 pm , 8.05 pm , 11:07 am, 9:45 am, 10:25 am, 2:00 am, 5:00 am , 3:35 pm, 4:50 pm, 1:59 am . I go to school at _________________________
    • INFINITIVE MOODThe particle “to “followed by a verb, tell us the meaning of the word which we findin the dictionary.To read to speakTo study to listenTo say to runTo look to giveIn Spanish the infinitive mood are the verbs which end in ar / er / ire.g amar / temer / partirTo read --- Leer to speak -- HablarTo study -- Estudiar to listen --- EscucharTo say --- Decir to run --- correrTo look --- mirar to give --- darIn English there are two ways in which we can find the verbs within a sentence; • Finite verbs ( verbos conjugados ) I want --- yo quiero • Non- Finite verbs ( verbos no conjugados ) I want to speak --- yo quiero hablar 45 EXERCISE : Write a finite verb followed by a non-finite in all the persons.Finite verbI want , I like , I have , I needNon-finite verbTo read , to speak , To study , to listen , To say , to run ,To look ,to give ,To thank, to work , To keep , To see , To follow ,To open , To close ,to count ,To live in , togo ,
    • e.g I want to go 46 EXERCISETranslate the following sentences into English 1. Yo quiero correr, --2. Él necesita contar , ---3. A ella, le gusta dar , --- 4. Nosotros tenemos que ir ;--- 5. Vosotros tenéis que estudiar, -- 6 . Ellos quieren vivir en , -- 7 . Ellas tienen que seguir , -- 8 . Tú necesitas trabajar ; --9. Tú tienes que mantener, -- 10. A mi, me gusta ver , - 11. Vosotros queréis abrir, --12. Ella necesita mirar ,-- 13. Yo quiero agradecer. 47. TONGUE TWISTER -Once a fellow met a fellow In a field of beans. Said a fellow to a fellow, "If a fellow asks a fellow, Can a fellow tell a fellow What a fellow means?" -I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! 48.LISTEN, REPEAT AND TALKThey Play CatchBob picks up the ball. He throws the ball. Bill catches the ball. Bill throwsthe ball back. Bob catches the ball. Bob throws the ball to Bill. Bill dropsthe ball. Bill picks it up. He throws it over Bob’s head. Bob runs back. Hejumps up. He catches the ball
    • 49. EASY CONVERSATION : Do You Have a Girlfriend? Do you have a girlfriend? B: No, I don’t. Do you? A: I don’t have a girlfriend, either. B: Why not? A: I don’t know. Maybe I’m not rich enough. B: Girls like guys with money. A: They sure do. B: They like guys with new cars. A: I don’t have money or a new car. B: Me, neither. A: But girls like guys who are funny. B: Maybe we should learn some good jokes. 50. EXERCISEFill the gaps with your information. Do you have a ____________? B: No, I don’t. Do you? A: I don’t have a ________, either. B: Why not? A: I don’t know. Maybe I’m not rich enough. B: _________ like _______ with money. A: They sure do. B: They like _______ with new cars. A: I don’t have money or a new car. B: Me, neither. A: But ______ like _________ who are funny. B: Maybe we should learn some good jokes.