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Plan de estudio avianca services  bilingue
Plan de estudio avianca services  bilingue
Plan de estudio avianca services  bilingue
Plan de estudio avianca services  bilingue
Plan de estudio avianca services  bilingue
Plan de estudio avianca services  bilingue
Plan de estudio avianca services  bilingue
Plan de estudio avianca services  bilingue
Plan de estudio avianca services  bilingue
Plan de estudio avianca services  bilingue
Plan de estudio avianca services  bilingue
Plan de estudio avianca services  bilingue
Plan de estudio avianca services  bilingue
Plan de estudio avianca services  bilingue
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Plan de estudio avianca services bilingue

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  • 1. PRESENTED BY: SANTIAGO SANCHEZ HENAO
  • 2. U Topics Grammar 1 Nice to meet you Nationalities Verb be, pronouns, afirmative, negative and interrogative sentences 2 Turn off your cellphones A, an article, possesives 3 Cappuccino and fries Simple present, 4 Relatively famous A, an plus jobs, posessive pronouns 5 Can’t dance, Shoppingwomen love it! Can/cant, llike, object pronouns me, you, him…
  • 3. U Topic Gammar 1 Who were they? Murder in a mansion… Simple past of be: was/were, regular verbs, irregular verbs 2 New york, a house with history, a night in a haunted hotel. There is, there are, there was, there were, present continuous, 3 Hwo much water do we really need? It’s written in the cards… A, an, some, any, how much, how many, be going to predictions 4 The highest city in the world, they dress well but drive badly Comparative, superlative adjetives, would like to… 5 Before we met Present perfect
  • 4. U Topic Grammar 1 A time to remember Past tense; used to for habitual actions 2 Cought in the rush Adverbs of quantity; too, many, much, less, more, fewer, not enough 3 Time for a change Evaluations and comparations 4 I’ve never heard of that Simple past Vs present perfect
  • 5. U Topic Grammar 1 Going places Future with be, going, and will 2 Ok, no problem Tow-part verbs; will you, would you mind 3 What’s this for Infinitives and gerunds, imperatives for giving suggestions 4 Let’s celebrate Adverbial clauses of time; when, after, before.
  • 6. U Topic Grammar 1 Back to the future Time contrasts; conditional sentences with if 2 I don’t like working on weekends Gerunds; sort responses; clauses with because 3 It’s really worth seeng! Passive with by (simple present) 4 It could happen to you Past contunuos vs simple present; present perfect
  • 7. U Topic Gramma 1 Good book, terrible movie Participles and adjetives relative clauses 2 So that’s what it meas! Modal and adverbs; might, may, possibly, probably, definitely 3 What would you do? Unreal conditional sentenses with if clauses; past modals 4 What’s your excuse? Reported speech; request; statement
  • 8. U Topic Grammar 1 That’s what friends are for Relative pronouns as subjects and objects 2 Career moves; Job skills Ground phrases as objects and subjects 3 Could you do me a favor? Request with modals; if clauses and gerunds 4 What a story Past continuous vs past simple; past perfect
  • 9. U Topic Grammar 1 Crossing cultures Noun phases; suupposed to; expected to; acceptable to… 2 What’s wrong with it? Decribing problems with past participles as adjetives 3 The world we live in Passive in the present continuous 4 Lifelong learning Would rather and would prefer
  • 10. U Topic Grammar 1 At your service Have or get something done; giving suggestions 2 The past and the futuure Refering to time in the past; during; ago; from; since… 3 Life’s little lessons Time cluses; before, after, once, at the moment, as soon as… 4 The right stuff Describing purpose; giving reasons with because, since, because of, due to…
  • 11. U Topic Grammar 1 That’s a possibility Past modals; must have, may have, might have, should have, could have would have 2 Bihind the scenes Describing how something is done or made 3 There should be a law! Giving recommendations and opinions; should be, aought to be, must be, has to be… 4 Challenges and accomplishmentes Would like to have plus participles
  • 12. Conclution • As you have seen before every unit has a topic that reffers to a real situation that will make our learning experience easier. • This english study program has been designed to be completed in a period of 2 months per level. • Every student will have his own workbook and student book. • Everyone will complete a total of 4 presential study ours per week followed with an electronic homework made by the teacher for the student.
  • 13. More information • Schedule: Tuesdays from 10:00 to 12:00 and 12:00 to 14:00 Thursdays from 10:00 to 12:00 and 12:00 to 14:00 • Costs: There´s a price of 100,000 pesos per level that can be paid by paying 50,000 pesos every month.

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