Classroom LanguageLook at the board               Stand up          Sit down   Write           SpeakListen             Ope...
India              India               IndianIran               Irán                IranianIraq               Iraq        ...
Members of a Family    father    dad    mother    mum           , mummy         , mom   (amerik.)    parent    parents    ...
father-in-law      mother-in-law      parents-in-law      son-in-law      daughter-in-law      brother-in-law      sister-...
Aprobar          To approve             ApprovedPertenecer         To belong              Belonged Cepillar          To br...
INFINITIVO /             ESPAÑOL                                   PASADO SIMPLE                                PRESENTE S...
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  1. 1. Classroom LanguageLook at the board Stand up Sit down Write SpeakListen Open your books Close your books Read the textTalk in pairsPaìses y Nacionalidades Country País Nationality Algeria Argelia Algerian Argentina Argentina Argentinian Australia Australia Australian Austria Austria Austrian Belgium Bélgica Belgian Brazil Brasil Brazilian Bulgaria Bulgaria Bulgarian Canada Canadá Canadian Chile Chile Chilean China China Chinese Czechoslovakia Checoslovaquia Czechoslovakian Denmark Dinamarca Danish Egypt Egipto Egyptian England Inglaterra English Finland Finlandia Finnish France Francia French Germany Alemania German Great Britain Gran Bretaña British Greece Grecia Greek Holland Holanda Dutch Netherlands Países Bajos Dutch Hungary Hungría Hungarian
  2. 2. India India IndianIran Irán IranianIraq Iraq IraqiIreland Irlanda IrishIsrael Israel IsraeliItaly Italia ItalianJapan Japón JapaneseLebanon Líbano LebaneseLuxemburg Luxemburgo LuxembourgerMexico México MexicanMorocco Marruecos MoroccanNew Zealand Nueva Zelanda New ZealanderNorthern Ireland Irlanda del Norte Northern IrishNorway Noruega NorwegianPakistan Pakistán PakistaniPeru Perú PeruvianPoland Polonia PolishPortugal Portugal PortugueseRomania Rumania RomanianRussia Rusia Russian Saudi /SaudiSaudi Arabia Arabia Saudí ArabianScotland Escocia ScottishSouth Africa Sudáfrica South AfricanSpain España SpanishSweden Suecia SwedishSwitzerland Suiza SwissTurkey Turquía TurkishUnited Kingdom Reino Unido BritishUnited States Estados Unidos AmericanYugoslavia Yugoslavia Yugoslavian
  3. 3. Members of a Family father dad mother mum , mummy , mom (amerik.) parent parents child children son daughter brother sister grandfather granddad , grandpa grandmother grandma , granny grandson granddaughter grandchild uncle aunt cousin nephew niece boyfriend girlfriend fiancé fiancée bride groom, bridegroom wife husband spouse
  4. 4. father-in-law mother-in-law parents-in-law son-in-law daughter-in-law brother-in-law sister-in-law godfather godmother godson goddaughter godchildVerbos RegularesEn el siguiente cuadro te ofrecemos algunos de los verbos regulares del idiomainglés más utilizados con su conjugación en Pasado Simple que como yahemos explicado se forma añadiéndole la terminación ED al infinitivo. Recuerdaque utiliza la misma conjugación para el pasado participio. INFINITIVO /ESPAÑOL PASADO SIMPLE PRESENTE SIMPLEResponder To answer AnsweredPreguntar To ask Asked
  5. 5. Aprobar To approve ApprovedPertenecer To belong Belonged Cepillar To brush Brushed Limpiar To clean Cleaned Trepar To climb Climbed Cocinar To cook Cooked Bailar To dance Danced Descubrir To discover Discovered Entregar To deliver Delivered Disfrutar To enjoy Enjoyed Explicar To explain Explained Acabar To finish Finished Pescar To fish Fished Ocurrir To happen Happened Besar To kiss Kissed Gustar To like Liked Vivir To live Lived Necesitar To need Needed Abrir To open Opened Pintar To paint Painted Castigar To punish Punished Recordar To remember Remembered Mostrar To show Showed Sonreir To smile Smiled Iniciar To start Started Estudiar To study Studied Visitar To visit Visited Esperar To wait WaitedVerbos IrregularesEn el siguiente cuadro les ofrecemos algunos de los verbos irregularesdel idiomainglés utilizados con más frecuencia. Se denominan irregulares porque no siguenuna regla determinada para construir su pasado por lo que deben estudiarse dememoria. Veremos que en la columna central se encuentra el infinitivo y elpresente, ambos tienen la misma forma salvo que el infinitivo va precedido por lapartícula TO.
  6. 6. INFINITIVO / ESPAÑOL PASADO SIMPLE PRESENTE SIMPLE Comenzar To begin Began Apostar To bet Bet Morder To bite Bit Romper To break Broke Construir To build Built Comprar To buy Bought Elegir To choose Chose Cortar To cut Cut Dibujar To draw Drew Beber To drink Drank Comer To eat Ate Olvidar To forget Forgot Obtener To get Got Dar To give Gave Ir Tp go Went Oír To hear Heard Saber To know Knew Aprender To learn Learnt Pagar To pay Paid Correr To run Ran Ver To see Saw Cantar To sing Sang Oler To smell Smelt Hablar To speak Spoke Barrer To sweep Swept Nadar To swim Swam Decir To tell Told Comprender To understand understood Ganar To win Won Escribir To write WroteMaterial tomado de la página:http://www.aprenderinglesfacil.es/2008/04/verbos-irregulares_09.html

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