SECOND MODULEAMERICAN ENGLISH FILE 1
MOUNTAIN    RUSHMORE  GEORGE      THOMAS       THEODORE    ABRAHAMWASHINGTON   JEFFERSON     ROOSEVELT   LINCOLN
I      WAS    IYOU    WERE   HEHE            SHE    WASSHE    WAS    ITITWE            WEYOU    WERE   YOU    WERETHEY    ...
NEGATIVE                     INTERROGATIVEI                                    I?HE                                   HE?S...
•S +  V (be) + C AFFIRMATIVE   •PETER WAS       HAPPY               •S +  V (be/not) + C  NEGATIVE     •PETER WASN´T HAPPY...
YESTERDAY    morning             days            afternoon           Months            evening     A FEW   Weeks AGO      ...
• WALK     WALKED      ED               • PLAY     PLAYED               • LIVE     LIVED       D       • SMILE    SMILED  ...
BURY          BURIEDSNOW          SNOWEDENJOY         ENJOYEDGRADUATE      GRADUATEDHIRE          HIREDWASH         ...
1.Los verbos que terminan en /T/ o /D/ se pronuncia /ID/PAINT         PAINTED                peintidNEED           NEEDED ...
1.Los verbos que terminan en /T/ o /D/                              T     se pronuncia /ID/                               ...
PETER    ATE         PIZZAS+      V (past) +    C
PETER   DIDN`T    EAT             PIZZAS+      DIDN`T   V ( present) +     C
DID     PETER   EAT              PIZZA?DID +     S+    V ( present) +      C?
• PETER   ATE      PIZZA AFFIRMATIVE      • S+    V(past) + C                • PETER DIDN´T EAT  NEGATIVE        PIZZA    ...
AWAY     BY BUS     FOR A WALK     HOMEGO    OUT     SHOPPING     TO A RESTAURANT     TO BED     TO SCHOOL     TO THE BEACH
BREAKFAST       A BROTHER       A CARHAVE    A DRINK        A GOOD TIME        A SANDWICH
A NEWSPAPER      A TAXI      AN E- MAILGET   DRESSED      HOME       TO A RESTAURANT       UP
LIVINGBATHROOM    ROOM     KITCHEN DINING ROOM      BEDROOM   GARAGE
GLASS    WAITRESS   STAIRS                    CENTRALFRIDGE   CUPBOARD   HEATING
SINGULAR             PLURALTHERE `S A CHAIR     THERE ARE TWO                       CHAIRSTHERE`S SOME WATER              ...
TH (D) MOTHER   ER (CHAIR)THE             AIRTHESE           AIRPORT                STAIRSTHEN                FAIROTHER   ...
IN   IN FRONT OF
ON   UNDER
BEHIND   BETWEEN
ACROSS FROM         NEXT   TO
OVER
SING                PLURALTHERE WAS A CHAIR   THERE WERE TWO                      CHAIRSTHERE WAS SOME  WATER             ...
A: early, dead, toastB: thumb, doubt, subtleC: lock, except, indict, muscleD: Wednesday, handkerchief, handsomeE: morgue, ...
1.                 2.WALK    WALKING    DANCE    DANCINGSNOW    SNOWING    SMILE    SMILINGSING    SINGING    GRADUATE GRA...
3.                4CONS+VOWEL+CONS                  IE (Y)SWIM   SWIMMINGRUN    RUNNING    TIE      TYINGSTOP   STOPPING  ...
• MY SISTER IS     WRITING A LETTER AFFIRMATIVE   •S+           BE + G +          C               • MY SISTER ISN`T WRITIN...
AE (CAT)      GLASSES, DANCE, BLACK, JAPAN, HAVE,  STAMPEI (TRAIN)   NAME ,MAKE, RAIN, PAIN, DAY, GRAYO (SAW)    TALK, SMA...
1.A police station      15. A road2 . A bus station       16. A train station3. A river              17. A supermarket4. A...
GOING   BE        TO                         VERB•I `M      • GOING TO   •READ•THEY`RE   • GOING TO   •READ
• S+BE+GOING TO + VERB+ AFFIRMATIVE      COMP                • I AM GOING TO DANCE IN A                  DISCO            ...
NEXT Monday, month, year, weekIN FEW   days, weeks, months, yearsTOMORROW morning, afternoon, evening
COUNTABLE NOUNS           UNCOUNTABLEHOW MANY CARS ARE         HOW MUCH WATER IS  THERE IN THE PARKING?     THERE IN THE G...
Small countable                Not many              quantity               Small      Not muchuncountable              qu...
COUNTABLECOUNTABLE     ----MANY   I DON`T EAT MANY COOKIES   NOT MANY                         I DON`T EAT ANY COOKIES    N...
A LOT OF – BASTANTE, DEMASIADONOT MUCH / NOT MANY - NO MUCHONONE- NADA-NINGUNO
1.   I READ_________BOOKS                  A LOT 2.   I DON`T READ____________BOOKS         NOT MANY 3.   I DON`T READ____...
ADJECTIVE   COMPARATIVE    SUPERLATIVE1   ALTO      TALL        TALLER THAN    THE NEWEST    NUEVO     NEW         NEWER T...
WOULD LIKE + TO     LIKE + INGI`D LIKE TO DANCE   I LIKE DANCINGI WANT TO DANCE
ADJECTIVE   ADVERB      SPELLINGSLOW        SLOWLYQUICK       QUICKLY     + LYBAD         BADLYCAREFUL     CAREFULLYHAPPY ...
S      AUX(HAVE/HAS)         PAST           C                                 PARTICIPLE    I      HAVE /`VE             E...
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  1. 1. SECOND MODULEAMERICAN ENGLISH FILE 1
  2. 2. MOUNTAIN RUSHMORE GEORGE THOMAS THEODORE ABRAHAMWASHINGTON JEFFERSON ROOSEVELT LINCOLN
  3. 3. I WAS IYOU WERE HEHE SHE WASSHE WAS ITITWE WEYOU WERE YOU WERETHEY THEY
  4. 4. NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVEI I?HE HE?SHE WAS NOT /WASN´T WAS SHE?IT IT?WE WE?YOU WERE NOT / WEREN`T WERE YOU?THEY THEY?
  5. 5. •S + V (be) + C AFFIRMATIVE •PETER WAS HAPPY •S + V (be/not) + C NEGATIVE •PETER WASN´T HAPPY •V (be) + S + C?INTERROGATIVE •WAS PETER HAPPY?
  6. 6. YESTERDAY morning days afternoon Months evening A FEW Weeks AGO YearsLAST month Hours January… minutes week Wednesday… summer…. night
  7. 7. • WALK WALKED ED • PLAY PLAYED • LIVE LIVED D • SMILE SMILED • STUDY STUDIED IED • CRY CRIEDC+V+C (ANOTHER • PLAN PLANNEDCONSONANT)+ ED • OMIT OMITTED
  8. 8. BURY  BURIEDSNOW  SNOWEDENJOY  ENJOYEDGRADUATE  GRADUATEDHIRE  HIREDWASH  WASHEDSTOP  STOPPEDRUB  RUBBEDWAIT  WAITEDOWE  OWED
  9. 9. 1.Los verbos que terminan en /T/ o /D/ se pronuncia /ID/PAINT PAINTED peintidNEED NEEDED nidid2. Los verbos que terminan en sonido de vocal o consonante sonora ,excepto la d se pronuncia /D/PLAY PLAYED pleidSNOW SNOWED snoudRAIN RAINED reind3.Los verbos que terminan en consonantes mudas excepto la T sepronuncian como /T/ (p,k,f,sh,ch,th,s,(T) )KISS KISSED kistWALK WALKED uolkt
  10. 10. 1.Los verbos que terminan en /T/ o /D/ T se pronuncia /ID/ PUNISH PUNISHEDPAINT PAINTED QUIT QUITED ID peintidNEED NEEDED nidid KNIT KNITTED ID2. Los verbos que terminan en sonido de vocal o consonante sonora , excepto la d se SMELL SMELLED D pronuncia /D/PLAY PLAYED pleid BAKE BAKED TSNOW SNOWED snoud PRAY PRAYEDRAIN RAINED reind D3.Los verbos que terminan en HURRY HURRIED D consonantes mudas excepto la T se pronuncian como /T/ EARN EARNED D (p,k,f,sh,ch,th,s,(T) )KISS KISSED kist LAP LAPPED TWALK WALKED uolkt PLANNE PLAN D D ADVICE ADVICED
  11. 11. PETER ATE PIZZAS+ V (past) + C
  12. 12. PETER DIDN`T EAT PIZZAS+ DIDN`T V ( present) + C
  13. 13. DID PETER EAT PIZZA?DID + S+ V ( present) + C?
  14. 14. • PETER ATE PIZZA AFFIRMATIVE • S+ V(past) + C • PETER DIDN´T EAT NEGATIVE PIZZA •S+ DIDN`T + V(present) + C • DID + PETER + EAT PIZZA?INTERROGATIVE • DID + S + V (present) +C?
  15. 15. AWAY BY BUS FOR A WALK HOMEGO OUT SHOPPING TO A RESTAURANT TO BED TO SCHOOL TO THE BEACH
  16. 16. BREAKFAST A BROTHER A CARHAVE A DRINK A GOOD TIME A SANDWICH
  17. 17. A NEWSPAPER A TAXI AN E- MAILGET DRESSED HOME TO A RESTAURANT UP
  18. 18. LIVINGBATHROOM ROOM KITCHEN DINING ROOM BEDROOM GARAGE
  19. 19. GLASS WAITRESS STAIRS CENTRALFRIDGE CUPBOARD HEATING
  20. 20. SINGULAR PLURALTHERE `S A CHAIR THERE ARE TWO CHAIRSTHERE`S SOME WATER THERE ARE SOME CHAIRS
  21. 21. TH (D) MOTHER ER (CHAIR)THE AIRTHESE AIRPORT STAIRSTHEN FAIROTHER HAIRTHAT SQUARE CAREFUL WEAR THERE THEIR
  22. 22. IN IN FRONT OF
  23. 23. ON UNDER
  24. 24. BEHIND BETWEEN
  25. 25. ACROSS FROM NEXT TO
  26. 26. OVER
  27. 27. SING PLURALTHERE WAS A CHAIR THERE WERE TWO CHAIRSTHERE WAS SOME WATER THERE WERE SOME CHAIRS THERE WERE MANY CHAIRS
  28. 28. A: early, dead, toastB: thumb, doubt, subtleC: lock, except, indict, muscleD: Wednesday, handkerchief, handsomeE: morgue, tie, giraffe, toe, queueHttp://www.jankarlsbjerg.com/blog/archives/2009/10/20/silent-letters-in-english-almost-all-of- / themknack (næk) - maña, facilidadknee (ni) – rodillahttp://www.google.com/search?hl=es&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:es-ES:official&biw=1024&bih=579&gbv=2&q=in+front+of&ie=UTF- 8&sa=N&tab=iw#sclient=psy&hl=es&client=firefox-a&rls=org.mozilla:es- ES%3Aofficial&biw=1024&bih=579&gbv=2&q=silent+letters+in+english&aq=0&aqi=g2&aql=&oq=silent+letters+in+en&psj=1&fp=74330f428dc3611a
  29. 29. 1. 2.WALK WALKING DANCE DANCINGSNOW SNOWING SMILE SMILINGSING SINGING GRADUATE GRADUATINGREAD READING MOVE MOVINGPLAY PLAYING DRIVE DRIVINGSTUDY STUDYING EXCEPTION BE BEING SEE SEEING
  30. 30. 3. 4CONS+VOWEL+CONS IE (Y)SWIM SWIMMINGRUN RUNNING TIE TYINGSTOP STOPPING DIE DYINGPLAN PLANNING TIE TYING
  31. 31. • MY SISTER IS WRITING A LETTER AFFIRMATIVE •S+ BE + G + C • MY SISTER ISN`T WRITING A LETTER • S+ BE(not) + G+ C NEGATIVE • IS YOUR SISTER WRITING A LETTER?INTERROGATIVE • BE + S+ G+ C?
  32. 32. AE (CAT) GLASSES, DANCE, BLACK, JAPAN, HAVE, STAMPEI (TRAIN) NAME ,MAKE, RAIN, PAIN, DAY, GRAYO (SAW) TALK, SMALL, DRAWAI ( BIKE) NINE, TWICE, MY, WHY, HIGH, NIGHTU (BOOT) SCHOOL, FOOD, JUNE, USE, NEW, FLEWOU ( PHONE) SMOKING,HOME, DROVE, OLD, DON´T, SLOW
  33. 33. 1.A police station 15. A road2 . A bus station 16. A train station3. A river 17. A supermarket4. A shopping mall 18. A theater5. A department store 19. A street6. A bridge 20. A school7. A hospital 21. A travel agency8. A bank 22. A pharmacy9. An art gallery 23. A market10. A church 24. A town hall11. A museum 25. A park12. A movie theater 26. A mosque13. A sports center 27. A post office14. A palace 28. A square
  34. 34. GOING BE TO VERB•I `M • GOING TO •READ•THEY`RE • GOING TO •READ
  35. 35. • S+BE+GOING TO + VERB+ AFFIRMATIVE COMP • I AM GOING TO DANCE IN A DISCO • S+ BE(NOT) + GOING TO NEGATIVE +V+C • I`M NOT GOING TO DANCE IN A DISCO • BE+ S+ GOING TO + V+ C?INTERROGATIVE • ARE YOU GOING TO DANCE IN A DISCO?
  36. 36. NEXT Monday, month, year, weekIN FEW days, weeks, months, yearsTOMORROW morning, afternoon, evening
  37. 37. COUNTABLE NOUNS UNCOUNTABLEHOW MANY CARS ARE HOW MUCH WATER IS THERE IN THE PARKING? THERE IN THE GLASS? 1 HOW MANY 2 HOW MUCH 3 HOW MUCH 4 HOW MANY 5 HOW MANY 6 HOW MUCH 7 HOW MANY 8 HOW MUCH
  38. 38. Small countable Not many quantity Small Not muchuncountable quantity Zero Not .. Any / C /u quantity none
  39. 39. COUNTABLECOUNTABLE ----MANY I DON`T EAT MANY COOKIES NOT MANY I DON`T EAT ANY COOKIES NONE UNCOUNTABLEUNCOUNTABLE --- MUCH I DON`T DRINK MUCH WATER NOT MUCH I DON`T DRINK ANY WATER NONE/NOT ANYC/U + A LOT OF I EAT A LOT OF COOKIES I DRINK A LOT OF WATER A LOT A LOT
  40. 40. A LOT OF – BASTANTE, DEMASIADONOT MUCH / NOT MANY - NO MUCHONONE- NADA-NINGUNO
  41. 41. 1. I READ_________BOOKS A LOT 2. I DON`T READ____________BOOKS NOT MANY 3. I DON`T READ____________ FICTION NOT MUCH 4. I DON`T READ_______________FICTION NOT ANY/ NONE 1. SHE DIDN`T BUY ___________SUGAR NOT MUCH 2. SHE DIDN`T BUY __________SUGAR NOT ANY/ NONE 3. SHE DIDN`T BUY____________ORANGES NOT MANY 4. SHE DIDN`T BUY _____________ORANGES NOT ANY/ NONE 5. SHE BOUGHT _________ORANGES A LOT1 A LOT OF 2 MUCH 3 MANY 4 NONE 5 A LOT OF 6 NOT MUCH
  42. 42. ADJECTIVE COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE1 ALTO TALL TALLER THAN THE NEWEST NUEVO NEW NEWER THAN THE NEWEST2 TARDE LATE LATER THAN THE LATEST3 GRANDE BIG BIGGER THAN THE BIGGEST4 FELIZ HAPPY HAPPIER THAN THE HAPPIEST5 HERMOSO BEUTIFUL MORE THE MOST BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL THAN6 BUENO GOOD BETTER THAN THE BEST MALO BAD WORSE THAN THE WORST LEJOS FAR FARTHER THAN THE FARTHEST
  43. 43. WOULD LIKE + TO LIKE + INGI`D LIKE TO DANCE I LIKE DANCINGI WANT TO DANCE
  44. 44. ADJECTIVE ADVERB SPELLINGSLOW SLOWLYQUICK QUICKLY + LYBAD BADLYCAREFUL CAREFULLYHAPPY HAPPILY CONSONANT + YEASY EASILY (ILY)GOOD WELL IRREGULARFAST FASTHARD HARD
  45. 45. S AUX(HAVE/HAS) PAST C PARTICIPLE I HAVE /`VE EATEN FISH SHE HAS / `S EATEN FISHS AUX ( NOT) PAST C PARTICIPLEI HAVEN`T EATEN FISHSHE HASN`T EATEN FISH AUX S PAST C? PARTICIPLE HAVE YOU EATEN FISH HAS SHE EATEN ? FISH ?

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