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Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II
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Unit 11 and 12 INGLES II

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  • 1. Unit 11 It’s a very exciting place
  • 2. What do you know about San Juan?
    Country?
    Weather?
    Beaches?
    Prices?
    What else can you do?
  • 3.
  • 4. Grammar!
    Verbs: Actions
    Nouns: Thins, People, Animals, places
    Adjectives: Describe orqualigyNouns
    Adverbs: Describe orqualifyAdjectivesorVerbs
  • 5. Too = more thanyouwant, so youshouldn`t use itwith positive adjectivessuch as nice.
    E.g. San Andresistoonice
  • 6. Adverbs modifying Adjectives
    Extremely: Extremadamente
    Very: Muy
    Really: Realmente
    Pretty: Muy
    Fairly: Bastante
    Somewhat: Un poco
  • 7. Conjunctions = Connectors
  • 8. Vocabulary
    Hometown: Thecitywhereyouwereborn
  • 9. Modal Verbs Should and can
    Modal verbs show the persons “mood” or “attitude”
    Can: Possibility
    Should: Recommendation.
    Modals don´t end in “s” with the third person singular!!!
    STRUCTURE
    Wh-word + modal verb + subject + verb?
    Subject +modal verb +verb.
    Subject +modal verb (not) +verb.
  • 10. Speaking. Interesting Places
    Whatisthebest time of theyeartovisit?
    What ‘s theweatherlikethen?
    Whatshouldtouristssee and do there?
    Whatspecialfoods can youeat?
    What`sthe shopping like?
    Whatthingsshouldpeoplebuy?
    Whatelse can visitors do there
  • 11. Unit 12. ItReallyworks
    Mentionsomecommonhealthproblems:
  • 12. Conversation
    Vocabulary
    Chop up: cut into small pieces
    Chicken Stock: Consomé
    Yuck: Guacala
  • 13. Grammar Focus
    Infinitive complements
    Infinitive: To + verb (to be; to go; to eat)
    You should…. = It´s important to…
    It´s sometimes helpful to….
    It`s a good idea to…
  • 14. Word power
    Jar
    Can
    Stick
    Tube
    Toothpaste
    Bandages
    Shaving Cream
    Tissues
    Cough drops
  • 15. Conversation. What do yousuggest?
    Suggestion: Recomendación
    Dry: Seco
    Skin: Piel
    Could/Can+ haveis more politethan: I want!!!! OrGive me!!!!
    STRUCTURE.
    Modal + Subject + verb?
  • 16. GrammarFocusModal Verbs can, could, mayorrequestsorsuggestions

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