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Cartilla Ingles Sena

  1. 1. CCOONNVVEENNIIOO SSEENNAA –– EETTBB ““EEssttaa ccaarrttiillllaa hhaaccee ppaarrttee ddeell CCOONNVVEENNIIOO SSEENNAA--EETTBB YY SSEE PPRROOHHÍÍBBEE SSUU CCOOPPIIAA OO RREEPPRROODDUUCCCCIIÓÓNN”” CCAAPPAACCIITTAACCIIÓÓNN:: CCAARRTTIILLLLAA IINNGGLLEESS BBAASSIICCOO 6600 hhoorraass PPRROOGGRRAAMMAA NNAACCIIOONNAALL DDEE BBIILLIINNGGÜÜIISSMMOO CCUURRSSOO AAUUTTOO FFOORRMMAATTIIVVOO DDEE IINNGGLLÉÉSS EENNGGLLIISSHH DDIISSCCOOVVEERRIIEESS NNIIVVEELL II GGUUÍÍAASS PPRRÁÁCCTTIICCAASS BBooggoottáá,, 22000077 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN
  2. 2. 2 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN ÍNDICE • Presentación. • Guía para la programación de Sesiones de Trabajo • Presentación del curso auto formativo de Inglés. • Compromisos con el curso • Guía 1 - Let´s meet new people • Guía 2 – What are you doing? • Guía 3 – Worldview
  3. 3. 3 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Presentación. Este material será su apoyo durante el desarrollo del Curso auto formativo de Inglés, nivel I bajo estrategia Semipresencial. Estas guías de trabajo contienen las actividades que Usted debe desarrollar en el aula de clase para adelantar su aprendizaje en torno a la ASIMILACIÓN del Inglés como segunda lengua. Se recomienda la lectura previa de las actividades a desarrollar para cada sesión de trabajo. ¡¡Adelante!! Y recuerde que Usted es el único protagonista de su proceso de Aprendizaje. Grupo Docentes de Inglés Claudia Cifuentes Perea – Inducción al programa English Discoveries Henry Quintero Álvarez- Diseño guía de inglés
  4. 4. 4 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN PRESENTACIÓN CURSO AUTOFORMATIVO DE INGLÉS El inglés como idioma predominante en el mundo ha ingresado en las actividades humanas, sociales y laborales, comprometiendo todas las áreas del conocimiento. El SENA como entidad formadora de individuos para el trabajo, incluye el inglés como un complemento de formación integral, el cual ayuda a que el estudiante amplíe su nivel de conocimientos y pueda competir con más eficiencia en el campo laboral en el que pretende desempeñarse. COMPROMISOS CON EL CURSO DE INGLÉS Los siguientes aspectos deben ser tenidos en cuenta por los participantes en la implementación y desarrollo del curso de inglés. TUTORES • Presentar el programa. • Orientar el curso hacia la fundamentación de las competencias lingüísticas. • Monitorear y asesorar a los estudiantes permanentemente. • Motivar a los estudiantes en el desarrollo del programa. • Proporcionar retroalimentación de acuerdo con las necesidades del estudiante. • Tener unidad de criterio para el buen desarrollo del curso. • Utilizar las nuevas tecnologías para el desarrollo de las diferentes actividades. • Realizar evaluaciones que le permitan al docente verificar el avance de los estudiantes. • Dar a conocer el resultado de las evaluaciones oportunamente, con el objetivo de concertar los planes de mejoramiento a que haya lugar. • Cumplir con responsabilidad la misión, objetivos y propósitos del programa. PARTICIPANTES • Llegar a las sesiones puntualmente. (Después de diez minutos de iniciada la sesión no se permite el ingreso). • Participar activamente en las actividades propuestas. • Desarrollar responsablemente las actividades y ejercicios asignados y/o sugeridos en las guías. • Llevar un portafolio de evidencias. • Traer siempre los elementos necesarios para su trabajo en el portal (guías, diccionario, evidencias de trabajo, y demás elementos). • Hacer una evaluación final exitosa.
  5. 5. 5 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Estimado Señor Participante: Bienvenido al curso de inglés. A continuación usted encontrará los temas y la metodología correspondientes para desarrollar este curso. Es fundamental que usted asuma este compromiso con responsabilidad y autonomía para cumplir con los logros propuestos y adquirir las competencias requeridas. Dear Participant: Welcome to the English Course. Next, you will find the corresponding topics and methodology to develop this course. It is fundamental that you assume this commitment with responsibility and autonomy to fulfill the proposed aims to acquire the required skills.
  6. 6. 6 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN PROGRAMA Unit Communicative Function Language Writing Reading Listening Speaking Vocabulary UNIT 1 Let’s meet new people Introducing yourself and other people Numbers Alphabet Simple present verb to be Subject Pronouns Possessive adjectives Check Letter Form Up to the learner Supermarket Doctor’s Office Travel Agency Restaurant Photo Studio UNIT 2 What are you doing? Talking about people activities and possessions Present Progressive tense Possessive of nouns Possessive pronouns Writing questions and answers to describe your family, and what people are doing. Radio TV Answering machine Up to the learner Office Supplies Hair Salon Furniture Store Car Rental Fast Food UNIT 3 Worldview Making descriptions about the world around us Singular and plural nouns Definite and indefinite articles There is/There are Object pronouns Writing a dialogue at the stationery store Postcards Magazine Story Ad Up to the learner Women’s Clothing Men’s Clothing Word Group 1 to 10
  7. 7. 7 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Cómo ingresar al Programa English Discoveries Para ingresar haga doble clic sobre el ícono English Discoveries que aparece en el escritorio. Se activará la siguiente pantalla en la cual se encuentran los íconos de acceso a todos los niveles del programa English Discoveries. Debe hacer clic en el ícono del nivel Let’s Start y luego hacer doble clic sobre este ícono. 0 Curso de Inglés nivel : Let’s Start and Basic Let's Start.lnk
  8. 8. 8 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN En la siguiente pantalla usted debe identificar su grupo (Class), en el cual quedó inscrito, después debe buscar su nombre (student) y por último haga clic sobre el ícono OK. En la siguiente pantalla se le pedirá su Password o contraseña, el cual ya está asignado y es los cuatro últimos dígitos (números) de su documento de identidad. Digítelos y luego haga clic en el ícono OK. Esta pantalla (con animación) es la entrada al programa English Discoveries. Aparecerá después de que ingrese su password (contraseña).
  9. 9. 9 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Acaba de ingresar al nivel Let’s Start. Esta es la pantalla que usted verá: Pantalla Let’s Start En ella aparecen las actividades a desarrollar: Alfabeto, Números y Vocabulario. Dé clic sobre el tablero donde está el alfabeto y en la parte izquierda de la pantalla aparecerán tres íconos: Explore, Practice y Test. Éstos son los íconos a través de los cuales puede ingresar a las diferentes actividades del programa. Debe hacer clic sobre cada uno de ellos para poder entrar a esa sección, (siempre siguiendo el orden; Explore, Practice, Test). Recuerde: Explore: Este ícono le da acceso a la explicación gramatical del tema que está viendo. Practice: Como su nombre lo indica, en esta actividad se realizan ejercicios que permiten afianzar su conocimiento respecto del tema visto. Game: Permite desarrollar una actividad lúdica para probar su conocimiento y habilidad. Se presenta a partir del nivel Basic One.
  10. 10. 10 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Test: Evalúa el conocimiento y las habilidades adquiridas sobre tema visto. Los siguientes íconos aparecerán cuando ingrese a Practice y Test: Check: verifica si su respuesta es correcta o incorrecta. Answer: Muestra la respuesta correcta, pero baja su promedio. Clear: Borra la respuesta, permitiendo escoger otra posibilidad. Se debe utilizar antes de dar clic sobre check. Next: Avanza al siguiente ejercicio o pregunta. Nota: cuando un ícono de los anteriores aparece de color gris significa que no está activado. Estos son los íconos que usted encontrará a lo largo del programa English Discoveries y podrá acceder a cada uno de ellos haciendo clic sobre el ícono deseado y éste se activará: Función de cada uno de los íconos que aparecen en el programa English Discoveries:
  11. 11. 11 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Crossroad Sign: Al hacer clic sobre este Ícono aparecerán las actividades a desarrollar ya sea Alfabeto, Números o Vocabulario. Seleccione la actividad a desarrollar. Bilingual Speaking Dictionary: Este ícono le permite consultar el diccionario Bilingüe. Student Records : Este ícono da información sobre los resultados alcanzados y sobre el promedio obtenido en las diferentes actividades realizadas, Explore, Practice Y Test Quit: Se utiliza para salir de cualquier pantalla de English Discoveries y regresar a la pantalla anterior. Puede utilizarla para llegar al menú principal y salir del programa. Todos sus promedios quedarán grabados bajo su nombre y password y estarán disponibles la siguiente vez que ingrese al programa. Test: Permite verificar sus conocimientos previos y determinar que temas establecidos en cada nivel debe fortalecer. Se puede realizar a partir del nivel Basic One. Teacher’s Lesson: Da acceso a las lecciones programadas por el tutor y que serán asignadas al participante de acuerdo con los resultados obtenidos, para que refuerce los conocimiento o habilidades en las cuales tiene deficiencias Es muy importante no olvidar que usted es gestor de su propio aprendizaje. Recuerde que el procedimiento para ingresar a cualquier nivel del programa English Discoveries es siempre el mismo. Doble clic sobre el ícono English Discoveries que aparece en la pantalla del escritorio, doble clic sobre el ícono del nivel al cual va a ingresar. Identificar el grupo y luego buscar su nombre. Hacer clic sobre OK., y por último ingresar el Password (Cuatro últimos dígitos de su documento de identificación) y clic sobre OK. Ejemplo:
  12. 12. 12 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Pantalla Basic One . El Password o contraseña para ingresar al nivel deseado siempre será el mismo (Cuatro últimos dígitos del documento de identificación). Esta pantalla es la entrada al programa English Discoveries. Aparecerá después de que ingrese su password.
  13. 13. 13 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Basic 1.lnk A partir del nivel Basic One las pantallas se presentarán como aparece en la imagen. Las actividades a desarrollar son: Language Vocabulary Explore, Practice, Game, Test Explore, Practice Game, Test Solamente se activan dos íconos Explore y Practice. Reading: En esta actividad se encuentran Seis íconos:
  14. 14. 14 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Escuchar Traducir Idea Principal Sujetos Conectores Palabras Claves Listening: En esta actividad se encuentran seis íconos, ellos son: Reproducir Traducir Texto Completo Escuchar Grabar Escuchar Grabación Estos son los diferentes niveles que tiene el programa English Discoveries. El docente Tutor estará en condiciones de colaborarle y darle apoyo con cualquier inquietud, ya sea de la Guía o del ingreso al programa. Basic 2.lnk Basic 3.lnk Intermediate 1.lnk Intermediate 3.lnk Intermediate 2.lnk Advanced 2.lnk The Executive.lnkAdvanced 3.lnk Advanced 1.lnk Basic 1.lnkLet's Start.lnk
  15. 15. 15 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Guide 1 LET’S MEET NEW PEOPLE Curso de inglés Básico Unidad de aprendizaje: Let’s meet new people Competencia a desarrollar: Comunicación verbal y escrita utilizando frases y expresiones relacionadas con saludos y presentación personal. Modalidad de Formación: Semipresencial Resultados de aprendizaje: • Emplear correctamente las expresiones relacionadas con los saludos y la presentación personal. • Intercambiar información personal y elaborar entrevistas TABLA DE SABERES SABER SABER-HACER SER • Alfabeto, números, vocabulario • Verbo Ser o Estar ( To be) Presente • Adjetivos posesivos • Pronombres personales • Revisar la pronunciación, utilización y formación del alfabeto, números y vocabulario. • Aplicar las estructuras del verbo ser o estar en sus diferentes formas y conjugación en el tiempo presente. • Identificar los adjetivos posesivos de acuerdo con su función y posesor definido • Utilizar correctamente los pronombres personales y sus referentes en un determinado contexto. • Reconoce sus fortalezas y debilidades en el proceso comunicativo utilizando la segunda lengua. • Es responsable en la ejecución de las actividades asignadas. • Participa activamente en su proceso de aprendizaje. Materiales: Se emplean diversos materiales tales como fotocopias, diccionarios, memofichas, revistas, libros de inglés, el programa multimedia “English Discoveries”, videos, audios y otros que se ajusten a las necesidades del curso.
  16. 16. 16 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Instrumentos: Para la evaluación del curso se efectúa una evaluación general de los contenidos asignados, así como las evaluaciones determinadas en el programa multimedia. LET’S MEET NEW PEOPLE Al finalizar esta guía usted estará en capacidad de presentarse y presentar a otras personas, solicitar y dar información personal; utilizar adecuadamente expresiones comunes y aplicar las estructuras gramaticales contenidas en esta unidad de aprendizaje. A. CONVERSATION David García is an English teacher and Patricia is a new student. Patricia gets into the classroom and greets Mr. García. Read the conversation and practice it with one of your classmates outdoors. Patricia Sánchez: Good morning. Is this room 1102? David García: Yes. This is the English room. Please come in. I’m David García, your teacher. Patricia: Nice to meet you. I’m Patricia Sánchez. David: Is that S-A-N-C-H-E-Z? Patricia: That’s right. David: Ah, yes. Here it is, Patricia. Registration number 76943. Patricia: Of course, and please call me Patty. David: Okay. Hello, Patty. Welcome to the English class. Patricia: It’s good to be here. David: Where are you from? Patricia: I’m from Cundinamarca. David: Are you from Bogotá? Patricia: No. I’m from Fusagasugá. David: Okay, Patty. See you later. Patricia: Bye, teacher García. B. LET’S PRACTICE WITH THE ALPHABET AND NUMBERS In the classroom, enter the English Discoveries Program, get the Let’s start section, and practice with the alphabet, numbers and vocabulary. (explore, practice, test). C. WRITING With another classmate, write a similar conversation to the one between David and Patricia. Use your own personal information. Exchange this information with other people.
  17. 17. 17 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN D. FAMOUS COLOMBIAN SINGERS Shakira and Juanes are two of the most famous Colombian singers. Read this short paragraph about them and recognize the verb To be. Shakira is from Barranquilla. She is in the United States now. She is in Miami. She is a Pop Music singer. Juanes is from Medellin. He is not in Colombia now. He is in Miami. He is a Pop Music singer, too. Shakira and Juanes are very good singers. Shakira is not married, but Juanes is. Shakira is beautiful and Juanes is handsome. They are young and friendly. Many people are happy with them. E. FIND OUT 1. In the English Discoveries Program, Basic 1, Language section, work on the Verb to be structures (affirmative, interrogative and negative forms), don’t forget contractions, short answers, tag questions and WH questions. (explore, practice, game, test) F. CHALLENGE 1. Now that you have discovered the verb to be structures apply them in context. Laura is in the United States and writes a letter to her friend Simon. Read the letter and fill in the blanks with the corresponding subject pronouns and conjugation of the verb. February 14, 2007 Dear Simon: I’m (1) happy. How _______ (2) you? ______ (3)here in San Francisco. _______(4) a very big and a crowded city. People ______(5) very friendly. There are many beautiful places to visit. ______(6) with my friend Susan. _______(7) a business woman and the manager of Panasonic Corporation in Chicago. ______(8) a very young and a successful woman. _______(9) only 28 years old._______(10) married and her husband ______(11) another successful executive. _______(12) from Japan. Now _______(13) near the Golden Gate Bridge. _______(14) wonderful and one of the longest bridges in this country. Well, sorry but _________ (15) in a hurry and _________ (16) extremely busy… I guess so. See you soon. Love, Laura
  18. 18. 18 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN 2. Based on the letter above give complete answers to the following questions: a. Is Laura in the United States? _____________________ ___________________ b. How are people in San Francisco? ___________________ _________________ c. Who is very successful? _____________________________ _____________ __ d. Is Susan old or young? ________________ _________________ ____________ e. Where is Susan’s husband from? _____________________ ________________ 3. Check your answers with your tutor. G. SHOWING POSSESSION 1. Rocio and Claudia are in the English classroom. Rocio cannot find her umbrella and asks Claudia for it. Read their conversation and underline the possessive adjectives. Rocio: Oh! What a terrible day! Claudia: Really? What’s wrong? Rocio: I don’t know where my umbrella is and it’s raining too hard. Claudia: Isn’t it in your bag? Rocio: By the way… Where is my bag? What’s happening to me? I’m kind of crazy today!! Claudia: Why don’t you ask Henry? …I think it is in his car Rocio: Henry!! I’m afraid my bag is in your car. Henry: Sorry! Our boss has it in her office... But she isn’t here now. She is visiting her parents. They are not in the city now. They are on their farm in Tabio. Rocio: (Sighs and cries) Oh… no!! You are kidding, aren’t you? What a terrible day!!… 2. In the English Discoveries Program, enter Basic 1, Language section, Pronouns topic and work on the subject and possessives. (explore, practice, game, test) 3. John is giving a description about his sister, teachers and pets. Use the personal pronouns and possessive adjectives to complete the paragraph. ____ (1) name is John Dickens. This is _____ (2) sister Patricia. ______ (3) is 12 years old. ______ (4) nick name is Patty. We have one pet. ______ (5) is a budgie. _____ (6) name is Lorenzo and he likes to speak. We go to the same school. In _______ (7) school there are 450 students.________ (8) English teacher is Mrs. Peterson. _______ (9) is beautiful and very nice. _____ (10) pet is a tortoise. ______ (11) Math teacher is Nicolas. ______ (12) is nice, too. _____ (13) pets are a dog and a cat. _______ (14) names are Ringo and Silvester. Now I have a question for you. What’s _____ (15) pet?
  19. 19. 19 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN H. EXCHANGING INFORMATION Look at the pictures. Find out information about famous people and fill in the blanks. Full Name: _________ Birthday: __________ Age: ______________ Nationality: _________ Occupation: ________ Marital Status: _______ Full Name:___________ Birthday: ____________ Age:________________ Nationality: ___________ Occupation: __________ Marital Status: ________ Full Name:__________ Birthday: ___________ Age:_______________ Nationality: _________ Occupation: ________ Marital Status: _______ Full Name: ___________ Birthday:_____________ Age:________________ Nationality:___________ Occupation: __________ Marital Status: ________ Full Name: _________ Birthday: __________ Age:_______________ Nationality: _________ Occupation: ________ Marital Status: ______ Full Name: __________ Birthday: ___________ Age: ______________ Nationality: _________ Occupation: _________ Marital Status: ________ I. WRITING Enter the English Discoveries Program, look for the Writing section and work on the Letter, Check and Form activities (explore and practice). J. CHECK YOUR PROGRESS 1. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb To be in present tense. Use contractions when necessary. a. My father’s last name ______ Martinez. He _____ a Marketing Director at City Bank. b. Janet and Paul ______ Assistant Managers for an important international company. They _____ happy working there. c. My parents _____ in Italy now. They ______ visiting the Pizza Tower. d. Nike ______ a very famous Sports Wear Company. David Beckman _______ promoting most of their products now. e. Madrid _________ the capital of France. It _____ located in Spain.
  20. 20. 20 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN 2. Using the words in parentheses write yes/no questions for 1, and give the corresponding complete answer for 2. These questions and answers are related to the verb To be structures. a 1. ___________________? (tango/Argentinian) 2. ___________________________ b 1. _______________________ ? (we/cafeteria) 2. ___________________________ c 1. _________________ ? (Simpson/Peruvian) 2. ___________________________ d 1. ___________________ ? (Madonna/Singer) 2. ___________________________ e 1. _______________________ ? (you/hungry) 2. ___________________________ 3. David and Rachel meet at the University. They are going for a drink now. Complete their conversation with the most appropriate questions. Rachel: Well, David, ________________________________________? David: I’m from Ibagué, and you? Rachel: I’m from Cuba. David: How interesting! _______________________________________ ? Rachel: No. Not really. I’m an Economy student. _______________________________? David: I’m 20 years old… Rachel…, and your parents? Are they in Cuba? Rachel: No, not now. They live in Canada. My mom’s name is Maria and my dad’s is Daniel. David: ____________________doing there? Rachel: They’re retired and they love living there. Oh, sorry! Time flies and I have to go now. I have a class. David: Good. ______________________________________? Rachel: My cell phone is 312 4182335. David: Ok. I’ll give you a call. See you then. 4. Cross out the wrong word and rewrite the complete correct sentence. a. My identity card number are 52.336.238. _________________ ________ _______ b. What is his full name? My full name is Edgar Ruiz. ______________ __________ c. Roger no is at home now, ____________________ ________________ _______ d. Where is New York and Washington located? It are in the United States.______ ____________________________________________________________________ e. What is your sister’s name? Your name is Mary. ___________________________
  21. 21. 21 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Dear Paula: I’m very happy here. It’s big university. Students are polite but serious. My math teacher is quite young. Your classes are very interesting and dynamic. classrooms here are modern and also there are several foreign people. We are busy all the time, so sometimes we’re tired. I’m interesting in art classes. They’re wonderful. Every day it is a new experience at this university. Write soon. Love, Luisa 5. Complete the sentences choosing the correct possessive adjective in the parentheses. a. Manuel is in ______ car. (her, he, his) b. It’s an Italian restaurant. ____ name is Pozzeto. (It, Our, Its) c. I’m Margarita. ______ last name is Porras. (Mine, My, I ) d. We’re at home but _____ parents aren’t. They’re at the mall. (ours, we, our) e. Natalie and Justin are in _________ office. (their, they, theirs) f. Is that _______ new car? It’s beautiful. (you, yours, your) g. Mary, where is ______ boss? He’s not in his office. (our, ours, he) h. I think _____ briefcase is in my car. Don’t worry about it. (yours, you, your) i. Mary and Luis are living in Bogotá, but __ parents are in Cali. (them, their, theirs) j. That is not ____ book. Mine is green and it is older. (my, me, mine) 6. Luisa is sending an E-mail to her aunt Paula in Buenos Aires. She’s telling her about her experience as a foreign student at Cambridge University. Read the E-mail and help Luisa identify and check five mistakes. Correct them and rewrite the E-mail.
  22. 22. 22 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN 7. Now write a similar message and send it to your tutor. Guide 2 WHAT ARE YOU DOING? Curso de inglés Básico Unidad de aprendizaje: What are you doing? Competencia a desarrollar: Comunicación verbal y escrita utilizando las estructuras relacionadas con el Presente progresivo, posesivo de los sustantivos y pronombres posesivos. Modalidad de Formación: Semipresencial Resultados de aprendizaje: • Emplear correctamente las estructuras el presente progresivo y expresiones relacionadas con acciones que están sucediendo en el momento. • Identificar el uso correcto del posesivo para los sustantivos y los pronombres posesivos. TABLA DE SABERES SABER SABER-HACER SER • Presente progresivo • Posesivo de los sustantivos • Pronombres posesivos • Aplicar las estructuras del presente progresivo en sus diferentes formas y conjugación para comunicar situaciones que están ocurriendo en el momento • Utilizar correctamente el posesivo para los sustantivos de acuerdo con las estructuras del inglés. • Identificar y usar los pronombres posesivos correctamente de acuerdo con el contexto dado. • Reconoce sus fortalezas y debilidades en el proceso comunicativo utilizando la segunda lengua. • Es responsable en la ejecución de las actividades asignadas • Participa activamente en su proceso de aprendizaje.
  23. 23. 23 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN WHAT ARE YOU DOING? Al finalizar esta guía usted estará en capacidad de describir acciones que están sucediendo en el momento; utilizar adecuadamente expresiones comunes y aplicar las estructuras gramaticales contenidas en esta unidad de aprendizaje para expresar o demostrar posesión o pertenencia. A. CONVERSATION 1. Tracy is calling her friend Alex to know what he is doing. She wants to invite him to have dinner tonight. Read the conversation below, identify and underline the Present Progressive Structures. On the telephone Tracy: Hello, can I speak to Alex? Alex : This is Alex, who is speaking? Tracy: Hi, this is Tracy. Alex : Hi Tracy. What are you doing? Tracy: Oh, I’m not doing anything important. I'm just watching TV. What are you doing? Alex : Well, I'm preparing a report for my boss at the bank. Tracy: What kind of report? Alex : It’s a monthly report. I’m totaling accounts. Tracy: Really! So you are very busy now… Alex : A little bit, but take it easy. Tracy: So, what are you doing for dinner tonight? Alex :Well, I don't have any plans so far. Tracy: Would you like to come over for dinner? Alex :Oh, I'd love to. Thanks. Tracy: Great. Mary and Robert are also coming. They are arriving at seven. Alex :OK, I'll be there at seven, too. Tracy: Sounds good, see you then. Bye. Alex: Bye. 2. In the English Discoveries Program, Basic 1,Language section, Present Progressive. Work on the corresponding forms and structures of the present progressive- affirmative, interrogative, and negative forms, wh questions, tag questions, contractions, etc. (explore, practice, game, test)
  24. 24. 24 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN B. SPELLING THE ING FORM Write the - ing form of the following verbs. 1. drink- 2. eat- 3. see- 4. think- 5. read- 6. smile- 7. write- 8. close- 9. come- 10. make- 11. sit- 12. run- 13. get- 14. begin- 15. admit- 16. sew- 17. mix- 18. play- 19. whisper- 20. listen- C. LET’S REINFORCE THE STRUCTURES 1. Read and complete the paragraph. Fill in the blanks with the affirmative and negative forms of the present progressive of the verbs in parentheses. Carol and her friend Jimmy are in the office at the bank, but they’re not working now. Carol is ____________ (1. write) a letter. Her English book is on the desk, but she _______________ (2. read) it. Carol _____________ (3. sit) next to Jimmy. Jimmy’s Banking accounts are in front of him, but he _____________ (4. work) on them. He _____________ (5. look) at a magazine. Carol and Jimmy ______________ (6. relax) and ___________ (7. take) a break. There is a secretary at the reception. She _________________ (8. answer) the phone. The boss is in his office. He has the balance sheet on his desk , but he ____________ (9. sign) it. He ______________ (10. drink) a cup of coffee. D. SHOWING POSSESSION WITH NOUNS . 1. Enter the English Discoveries program, Basic 1,Language section, Nouns. Work on the possessives topic. (explore, practice, game, test) 2. CHALLENGE Luis and Hugo are brothers. Ann and Luis are husband and wife. They have four children: Jenny, Bill, Liz and David. Ann and Betty are sisters. Nelly and Bill are married. They have a son: Peter. Jenny and Oscar are married. They have a son: Jim.
  25. 25. 25 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Hugo o Look at the picture of the family and fill in the chart to complete the sentences using the corresponding possessive of nouns. 1. Luis is_______________ husband. 6.Peter is ______________cousin. 2. _________________ son is Peter. 7.Liz and Jenny are________ daughters. 3.Jenny is _________________sister. 8. Peter and Jim are _______ nephews. 4. Luis and Ann are ________ grandparents. 9.Hugo is ______________ 5. Betty is ________________ sister- in- law. 10.Ann is ___________mother – in - law 3. Carolina and José are at home looking at some photos of their family on the computer; at the same time they are talking about their relatives possessions. Identify the possessive of nouns (‘s) and underline them. José: Carolina come here. I want to show you some pictures of the family. Carolina: That sounds good. José: This is Lucia’s wedding and this is her husband. His name is Julio. Carolina: Are Julio’s parents next to him? José: Yeah, they’re Mr. and Mrs. Rodríguez and the woman over there is Lucia, Julio’s boss. Carolina: Oh! Look, Sandra’s dress is beautiful but Daniel’s suit is awful. José: I don’t think so. I like Julio’s sister, she’s really nice. Carolina: What’s the time? I’m in a hurry. Mr. Buitrago’s class starts at 3:00 P.M. José: By the way, I have a lecture with Mrs. Brown at the university, too. I have to leave now. Jenny Oscar Luis Bill David Peter Liz Betty Jim Ann Nelly
  26. 26. 26 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Carolina: Well, see you tonight at Wilson’s home. Bye. E. WHOSE CAR IS IT? 1. Brian and his friends are at a wedding. It’s late and he wants to leave, but he can’t move his car because another car is in the way. He is talking to another man. Identify the possessive pronouns and the corresponding interrogative word Whose to ask questions about possession. Brian: Whose car is this? Is it yours? Man: No, it isn’t mine. Mine is a Ford. Brian: What about Daniel? Is it his? Man: No, it isn’t his. His is a Volkswagen. Brian: What about the neighbors? Is it theirs? Man: No, theirs is a Van. Brian: I’ll ask Janet. Perhaps it’s hers. Man: No, it isn’t hers. She doesn’t have a car. Brian: Ah, here are Michael and Sophie. I’ll ask them. Hi, you two! Do you know whose car this is? Is it yours? Michael : No, it isn’t ours. Ours is at home. I don’t know whose it is. 2. In the English Discoveries Program, Language section, Pronouns, work on the Possessive Pronouns. (explore, practice, game, test) F. LET’S USE THE POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS Read the following sentences and complete them with the corresponding possessive pronoun (mine, yours, his, hers, ours, or theirs) 1. That’s not her office. __________ is on the second floor. 2. This is not my pen. ___________ is black. 3. a. Is this your Accounting homework? b. No, _________ is on Mary’s desk. 4. a. Is that their new house? b. No, _____________ is on Middle Street. 5. a. Is that our checking account book? b. I don’t think so. _________ is in my briefcase. 6. a. Mom, are those my new shoes?
  27. 27. 27 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN b. No, dear. _________ are under the bed. 7. a. Are those your son’s sneakers? b. Let me see. Oh, yes. ________ are size 12. 8. a. Where are Michael and Johanna’s test papers? b. I don’t remember… I think ___________ are on my desk. 9. My roommate and I have a sofa like that one, but __________ is a little bigger. 10. a. Isn’t this Mary’s new sweater? b. Come on! This is mine. _____________ is on her desk in her office. G. WRITING Look at the pictures and write 5 Wh questions with what, where, when, who, how many and answer them. Then write five yes/no questions and answer them. Give affirmative or negative answers according to the picture you refer to. Use the expressions in the box, and the structures studied in this guide. 1. Stand next to the tree 2. swing in the hammock 3. smile 4. fly on the airplane 5.greet the people 6. sit on the beach 7. talk 8. listen to 9. swim 10. drive
  28. 28. 28 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Questions Answers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. H. LISTENING In the English Discoveries, Basic 1, Listening Section work on the corresponding activities: Radio, TV, Answering machine (explore, practice, test) I. CHECK YOUR PROGRESS 1. Put the words in the correct order to make sentences. • brother – not – dinner – cooking – My – is – now ________________________________________________________________ • living - Paula’s – is – Argentina – father – in ________________________________________________________________ • are - Mary – about - speaking – Carmen - and – boss – their ________________________________________________________________ • Statistics – am – a – I – report – preparing ________________________________________________________________ • is – its – Garfield – milk – drinking – now
  29. 29. 29 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN ________________________________________________________________ 2. Complete the following chart with the correct present progressive structures. Subject Affirmative Negative Yes/No questions Tag questions I I am working in this moment You Are you cooking a special dinner ? Mary She is not walking to her office She is walking to her office, isn’t she? Leo Is he playing the guitar? It It is raining now We We are not reading a new book You You are not writing a song The boys They are listening to rock music 3. Possessive adjectives vs. possessive pronouns. Complete each sentence. Use the possessive adjective or the possessive pronoun as required. a. This is _____________ (my, mine) umbrella. _____________ (You, Yours) is over there. It’s next to _______ (her, hers) backpack. __________ (Her, Hers) backpack has many pockets. __________ (My, Mine) has only one pocket. b. John: Where is __________ (their, theirs) car? Peter: ____________ (Their, Theirs) is in the garage. John: Is ___________ (your, yours) car in the garage, too? Peter: No, _________ (our, ours) is on the street. And ________ (your, yours)?
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  31. 31. 31 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Guide 3 WORLDVIEW Curso de inglés Básico Unidad de aprendizaje: Worldview Competencia a desarrollar: Comunicación verbal y escrita, utilizando las estructuras relacionadas con el singular y plural de los sustantivos, los artículos definido e indefinidos, la expresión there is / there are, para hacer descripciones, los pronombres objeto, y los pronombres y los adjetivos demostrativos. Modalidad de Formación: Semipresencial Resultados de aprendizaje: • Identificar y utilizar correctamente la forma plural y singular de los sustantivos. • Distinguir el uso de los artículos de acuerdo con un contexto determinado. • Hacer descripciones en singular o plural utilizando la expresión there is o there are en afirmativo, interrogativo o negativo. • Diferenciar los pronombres personales de los pronombres objetivos dentro de la cadena sintáctica. • Utilizar los pronombres y los adjetivos demostrativos teniendo en cuenta sus diferencias. TABLA DE SABERES SABER SABER-HACER SER • Singular y plural de los sustantivos • Artículos definidos e indefinidos • There is/There are - Descripciones • Pronombres objeto • Pronombres y adjetivos demostrativos • Identificar el plural y singular de los sustantivos. • Utilizar correctamente los artículos definido e indefinidos atendiendo a sus diferencias. • Hacer descripciones de acuerdo con un determinado contexto. • Usar adecuadamente los pronombres objeto. • Determinar las diferencias y el uso de los pronombres y adjetivos demostrativos • Reconoce sus fortalezas y debilidades en el proceso comunicativo utilizando la segunda lengua. • Es responsable en la ejecución de las actividades asignadas • Participa activamente en su proceso de aprendizaje.
  32. 32. 32 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN WORLDVIEW Al finalizar esta guía usted estará en capacidad de expresar y describir situaciones utilizando sustantivos en singular y plural, los artículos definido e indefinidos. Además podrá utilizar la expresión there is / there are, así como los pronombres objeto, pronombres y adjetivos demostrativos, para describir imágenes a su alrededor, A. MY OFFICE 1. Mary is a very efficient Business Manager Assistant. She is working and is giving us a description of her office. Pay attention to the use of nouns in their singular and plural forms. Hello everybody: I am Mary Watson and I work for a very important company. Here I am in my office. As you can see, it is located in the Downtown area and there are many big buildings around it. In my office, you can see many things. There are some chairs, some desks, plants and other objects. On the desk in my back, you can see a desktop computer, a printer, a tape recorder, a picture frame, and some flowers. On the desk I am sitting at, I have a laptop computer, a penholder, a stapler, a telephone, paper clips, an adhesive tape dispenser, two little bottles and some memo sheets. On the table between the two chairs, there is a magazine and on the corner at the back, there is a beautiful floor lamp. I am very happy in my office because it is very comfortable and it is a very good place to work. 2. In the English Discoveries Program, Basic 1, Language section, check the singular and plural forms. Take into account the corresponding rules to change nouns from singular into plural. (explore, practice, game, test) B. PRACTICE WITH PLURAL FORMS Write the plural form of each noun 1. foot _______________ 9. custom ___________ 17. thief __________ 2. hero _____________ 10. video ___________ 18. flash ____________ 3. knife _____________ 11. potato ___________ 19. memo ___________ 4. quality ______________ 12. deer ___________ 20. memorandum _______
  33. 33. 33 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN 5. doorway _____________ 13. ox ___________ 21. crisis ____________ 6. gentleman ____________ 14. donkey __________ 22. mouth ___________ 7. wolf ______________ 15. mystery ___________ 23. fly ___________ 8. quiz ______________ 16. chief ___________ 24. person ___________ C. REFERRING TO PEOPLE, PLACES AND THINGS. LET’S USE THE ARTICLES IN ENGLISH 1. Mary, an English teacher, is introducing herself. Read her description and identify the definite and indefinite articles. Find out the differences between them - a, an, the. In order to help you consult the English Discoveries Program, Basic 1, Language section, Articles. Find out how to use these articles correctly and apply the results. (explore, practice, game, test) I am from Seattle, Washington. Seattle is a city in the United States. It is near the border of Canada in the northwest corner of the USA. I live in a town called Olympia, which is very quiet and peaceful. I live in a house in a street in the countryside. The street is called "Bear Street" and the house is old - more than 100 years old! I am an English teacher at a school in the center of the town. I like books and taking photographs. I usually have lunch at school. I usually go home by car. We have all kinds of food in Olympia. I like Italian food very much. Sometimes, I go to an Italian restaurant in Seattle. The restaurant is called "Luigi's". Italian food is great! 2. Mrs. Maria Teresa Valdez is telling us about Nokia. Read the article and complete the text with the corresponding definite or indefinite articles. Mrs. Maria Teresa Valdez is ____ (1) accountant and she works for Nokia in Brazil. She thinks that Nokia is ____ (2) best company because ____ (3) sales are always excellent. Nokia is ____ (4) world leader in mobile communications. Nokia has many offices all over _____ (5) world but ____ (6) head office is in Helsinki. Europe is one of its major markets. _____ (7) company has subsidiaries in many other countries. It has ____ (8) staff of about 50.000 employees. Ericsson is _____ (9) excellent competitor but the customers prefer Nokia because ____ (10) products are very successful. They have innovative products like mobile phones, devices and solutions for imaging, games, media and businesses.
  34. 34. 34 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN 3. You are in your bedroom reading this short story about Ronaldinho. There are ten mistakes in the story. Your task is to find, circle, and correct them. Use the definite and indefinite articles in English. Date of birth: 21/03/1980 Place of birth: Porto Alegre Province: Rio Grande Country: Brazil Horoscope:Aries Height: 181 cm. Eyes Color: Black Hair Color: Black Who is Ronaldinho? Ronaldinho is an nickname. His real name is Ronaldo de Assis Moreira. He is spectacular soccer player and has a ability to change course of an match at any moment. He is one of Brazilian National Team leaders. Now, he is playing for an FC Barcelona and is living in Spain. His fans regard him as one of world’s top football players. Together with Samuel Eto'o, Deco, Henrik Larsson and Ludovic Giuly, he comprises part of a awesome strike force which has led Barça to win a season 04/05 Spanish first division. D. MAKING A DESCRIPTION Jenny and her brother, Mark, are looking at a picture of their father’s office. Observe the picture, read the dialogue and identify the use of there is and there are to express that a person or thing is somewhere, people or things are somewhere.
  35. 35. 35 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Consult English Discoveries, Basic 1, Language section, There is-There are. (explore, practice, game, test) Jenny: Mark! Come here! I want to show you a photograph of our father’s office. Mark: Really?! Let me see it. Wow! This office is very elegant! Jenny: That’s true. And…there are many things. Can you see them? Mark: Of course. But I think there isn’t a window. I can’t see it. Jenny: Yes, there is a window in the back of the room, but it’s very small. And there are some interesting pictures on the walls. How many pictures are there on the walls? Mark: There are three. What else can you see? The photograph is not very clear for me. Jenny: Ok, There are some plants, two candlesticks and some books. Mark: Is there a desk, too? Jenny: Yeah! It seems to be very fine. Well, to finish, there are two tables and some chairs. One table is rectangular and the other one is round…You know what? Let’s go and visit our father in his office now. Mark: That’s a good idea. E. WRITTEN EXERCISE. The manager and his assistants are in an important meeting in the office. Ask and answer the questions about the cartoon. 1. How many people are there in the office? ____________________ ____________________ 2. Is there a TV set in the room? ______________ ____________________ 3. Are there four women in the meeting? _________ ____________________ 4. How many people are sitting? _____________________________________________________ 5. Are there two men standing? ____________________________________ 6. Are there any notebooks on the table? ____________________________ 7. How many pens are there on the table? ___________________________ 8. Is there a billboard in the room? __________________________________ 9. Is there a window in the room? ___________________________________ 10. How many computers are there in the office? _______________________ ___________________________________________
  36. 36. 36 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN F. WHAT YOU CAN FIND You are looking for a hotel for your next vacation. Look at the brochure carefully and write sentences about the hotel. Use there is, there isn’t, there are or there aren’t and the words in parentheses. ENJOY YOUR VACATION! In every room: At the hotel: - a bathroom - two restaurants - two beds - four tennis courts - two closets - two parking lots - a television - an air conditioner 1. (a radio in every room) There isn’t a radio in every room. 2. (a bathroom) __________________________________________________________ 3. (two beds) ____________________________________________________________ 4. (two closets) __________________________________________________________ 5. (a television) __________________________________________________________ 6. (a telephone) _________________________________________________________ 7. (an air conditioner) _____________________________________________________ 8. (two restaurants at the hotel) _____________________________________________ 9. (four tennis courts) _____________________________________________________ 10. (a swimming pool) ____________________________________________________ 11. (two parking lots) _____________________________________________________
  37. 37. 37 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN G. TALK ABOUT OTHER PEOPLE AND THINGS 1. In the LPC, English Discoveries Program, Basic 1, Language Section, Pronouns, work on the Subject and Object Pronouns to identify and reinforce your knowledge. (explore, practice, game, test) 2. Mark and Helen are in the library. They are preparing a presentation for their Ethics class. Read their dialogue. Circle the subject pronouns and underline the object pronouns. Helen: Mark, can you help me? I can’t find my glasses. I need them to read this article. Mark: Here they are. Helen: Oh, thank you. The article is a little long… but let’s read it. Mark: Ok. How interesting! I really like it. Helen: Look! Our teacher is at the table over there. Can you see him? Mark: Yeah! And he is looking for us. Hey, who is the girl sitting next to him? Helen: I don’t know her. Maybe she is one of his students in the other group. Mark: You’re right. Well, let’s continue working on this paper. 2. Some people are celebrating the Independence Day in the US. Read the text and replace the underlined words for the corresponding object pronoun. It is the Fourth of July in the United States. It is the Independence Day. Americans like to celebrate their Independence Day. People are seeing their friends. They are enjoying with their friends. Some people are having a picnic and barbecuing hamburgers. Hamburgers are delicious. I like hamburgers a lot. At nine o’clock, they are going to watch the fireworks. They are anxious to see the fireworks. Everyone is having a good time. New York City is very crowded. You have to visit New York one of these days. Invite your mother. It is a good present for your mother. If you want, you can invite your girl or boyfriend. It is a good surprise for your girl or boyfriend, too.
  38. 38. 38 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN H. TALKING ABOUT PEOPLE OR THINGS NEAR YOU OR FAR FROM YOU Lulu is at a new Laundromat. She has a problem with her clothes. Read the conversation between Lulu and the woman and underline the corresponding demonstratives. To achieve this goal work on the English Discoveries Program, Basic 1, Language Section, on the Demonstratives this-that/these-those. (explore, practice, game, test) Woman: Is something wrong? Lulu: Yes. Woman: What’s the problem? Lulu: Well, this isn’t my blouse, and these aren’t my socks. Woman: Oh, I’m sorry. Lulu: And this isn’t my towel. This towel is yellow. My towels are blue. Those towels over there on that shelf look like my towels. And my brown blouse isn’t here. Woman: Oh, no. I don’t know what happened. Lulu: And look at these pants. They’re size 4. Look at me. Am I size 4? I’m not size 4. I’m size 14. Woman: I’m terribly sorry. Lulu: I am, too. I. CHALLENGE Carol and Frank are in the bookstore. Read their conversation carefully and fill in the blanks with this, that, these or those according to the context. Carol: Could you give me _________ (1) Economy book on the table over there? Frank: Do you mean _______ (2) book here? Carol: Yes, _______ (3) book. Frank: Here you are. Oh, could you give me __________ (4) Fortune magazines on the table over there? Carol: _________ (5)? Sure, here you are. Isn’t ________ (6) pen on the floor yours? Frank: No, mine is in my pocket. _______ (7) is my pen!... I like to be very careful with my things. Carol: OK. Hey Frank, who are ___________ (8) boys sitting at ________ (9) desk? Frank: No idea. _________ (10) aren’t my friends.
  39. 39. 39 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN J. WRITING You need to buy different things for school. Write a short conversation and use the topics studied in this lesson ( nouns, articles, there is-there are, object pronouns, demonstratives, etc.). Consult the English Discoveries Program, Let’s Start, Vocabulary Section, Office Supplies for vocabulary or ask your English tutor for help. K. CHECK YOUR PROGRESS 1. Choose the correct noun ( Singular/ Plural ) to complete the following sentences. a. My _________ ( tooth/teeth) are sensitive to the cold. b. Most basketball players are six (6) _________ (foot/feet) tall. c. Faustino Asprilla has only one ______ (child/children). d. There are ten ________ (man/men) in the maintenance department. e. Don’t forget! When you cut the cake use a _______ (knife/knives) and a fork. f. I am very hungry. I want two _________________ (sandwich/sandwiches). g. There are many multinational _____________________ (company/companies) in our country. h. Those ___________ (pant/pants) are very expensive. i. I need a ____________ (box/boxes) to keep these papers. j. The police ______________ (officer/officers) are registering the people in the street. 2. Two friends are at a pizza place. Complete their conversation. Use there are, there isn’t, there aren’t, they aren’t, or is there A terrible pizza place Angie: Oh, no Lucy. What are we doing here? This pizza place is terrible. ____________________ (1) any tablecloths and the placemats are dirty. Lucy : You’re right. _______________ (2) any napkins, either. Angie: _______________ (3) real knives and forks, but _______________ (4) clean. Lucy : That’s true. ________________ (5) waiters, but _________________ (5) very polite.
  40. 40. 40 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN Angie: Ufff! And it’s very hot in here, but ________________ (6) even a fan. Lucy : Ok. Let’s leave. _________________ (7) better places around here. Angie: Look! _______________ (8) another pizza place on the corner over there? Lucy : Yes, and it looks much better and bigger. Although ________________ (9) more chairs and tables, ___________________ (10) many people. I can imagine the service is good. Let’s go. 3. Read the sentences. Then choose and circle the corresponding object pronouns. a. Is Mary writing to George Clooney? Yes, she is in love with ______. his him her b. Pauline, where is my English book? Sorry, but I don’t have______. it them they c. The children are making a lot of noise. Please, ask____ to be quite. their-they-them d. Why is he always talking about Shakira? Because he likes ___ a lot. her she him e. What are you doing with those old papers? I'm going to recycle ____ they it them f. The manager needs the secretary and me. She’s calling ______. you us we g. I love my mother and she loves _______. I her me h. When are you going to finish the balance? I need to sign _______. It you them i. Pete is very sick today. Let’s visit _______. him he his j. The treasurer is not in her office. I need _______ right now. him she her 4. Read the following text and fill in the blanks with a, an, or the. Government says politics is “honest” _____ (1) Government has formed ____ (2) new committee. ______ (3) committee have produced ______ (4) document called “Politics in Britain is ______ (5) honest profession.”
  41. 41. 41 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN 5. Fill in the gaps with this, these, that or those. 1 I don't like this chair. I like _______ one over there. 2 Don't do it like that. Do it like ________. 3 ________ house is old but that one on the other side of the street is quite new. 4 Tommy is _________ boy at the back of the class. 5 The yellow shoes are awful. I like _____ red shoes here. 6 Look at _________ earrings I'm wearing. They are a present from my co-workers. 7 Can you see ________ motorbikes in that parking lot? They are imported from China. 8 I can’t stand ___________ people at the next table. Please ask them to stop talking so loudly. 9 Waiter, ___________ coffee tastes funny. 10 If ___________ kid doesn't stop screaming, I'm going to another restaurant and quickly!
  42. 42. 42 Esta cartilla hace parte del CONVENIO SENA – ETB Y SE PROHÍBE SU REPRODUCCIÓN L. READING Enter the English Discoveries Program, Basic 1 and work on the reading section activities. (explore, practice, test) Bibliografía: Bolton, David, and Noel Goodey. English Grammar in Steps. London: Richmond Publishing, 1996. Eckstut, Samuela. Focus on Grammar: Workbook. New York: Pearson Education, 2000. Murphy, Raymond. Essential Grammar in Use. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003. Richards, Jack C., and Tay Lesley. New Interchange: English for International Communication. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2000. Schoenberg, Irene E. Focus on Grammar: Student book. New York: Pearson Education, 2000. Soars, Liz and John. American Headway1: Workbook. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.

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