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  • 1. Materia: Tics aplicadas a la enseñanza del ingles Maestro(a): Marla Pérez Barriga Tutorial: Grammar and Vocabulary ( Pre-Intermediate Level) Alumnos: Ricardo Praxedy Reyes Guemes Joselyn Campos Hernandez Jenny Casanova
  • 2. The objective for this tutorial is to make the students to know the correct use of the grammar in a preintermediate level that they can use it in their every day life and know the structure of each sentence. In addition give them tips to expand their vocabulary and understand what it is important to learn.
  • 3. Grammar is important because it is the language that makes it possible for us to talk this foreign language(English). Grammar names the types of words and word groups that make up sentences not only in English but in any language. As human beings, we can put sentences together even as children--we can all do grammar. But to be able to talk about how sentences are built, about the types of words and word groups that make up sentences--that is knowing about grammar. And knowing about grammar offers a window into the human mind and into our amazingly complex mental capacity.
  • 4. Grammar is the structural foundation of our ability to express ourselves. The more we are aware of how it works, the more we can monitor the meaning and effectiveness of the way we and others use language. It can help foster precision, detect ambiguity, and exploit the richness of expression available in English. And it can help everyone--not only teachers of English, but teachers of anything, for all teaching is ultimately a matter of getting to grips with meaning.
  • 5. The basic parts of a sentence are the subject, the verb, and (often, but not always) the object. The subject is usually a noun--a word that names a person, place, or thing. The verb (or predicate) usually follows the subject and identifies an action or a state of being. An object receives the action and usually follows the verb.
  • 6. • Personal computers are becoming quite common among university students. • A successful student must learn to complete the projects that the teacher assigns for each course. • Napping in the middle of the day was a common custom in Israel until recently. • The damaged cars had been taken away before the accident was reported on the radio. • Why the price for fixing a printer is often more than the price for buying a new one is a question I cannot answer.
  • 7. Answers • Personal computers are becoming quite common among university students. • A successful student must learn to complete the projects that the teacher assigns for each course. • Napping in the middle of the day was a common custom in Israel until recently. • The damaged cars had been taken away before the accident was reported on the radio. • Why the price for fixing a printer is often more than the price for buying a new one is a question I cannot answer.
  • 8. Te Present Simple is used: • To describe permanent situations • To describe repeated/abitual actions. • To talk about general truths. • i.e. Praxedy eats a banana • Time expressions Always,ofent,usually,neve r,etc. Every day / Week, etc. In the morning /Spring, etc. At the weekend Once/Twice /Three times, etc. A week / Day , etc. On Mondays / Monday morning, etc.
  • 9. We use third person just for She, He & It.- We add –s in: Speaks Plays Gives makes We add –es when the verb ends in ss, x, ch,sh or o in: Kiss- kisses Fix- fixes Watch- watches Crash- crashes Go- goes We add –ies if the verb ends in a consonant+ Y Carry- carries Hurry- hurries Study- studies Deny- denies
  • 10. EXERCISES Put in the verbs in brackets into the gaps. Use Simple Present. Watch the punctuation and form sentences or questions. 1) They _________ hockey at school. (to play) 2) She __________ e-mails. (not/to write) 3) ______you _______ English? (to speak) 4) My parents _________fish. (not/to like) 5) ______ Anne ________any hobbies? (to have) 6) Andy's brother _________in an office. (to work) 7) Leroy _______very fast. (can/not/to read) 8) ____Jim and Joe _______the flowers every week? (to water) 9) Yvonne's mother _____ a motorbike. (not/to ride) 10) _____Elisabeth _______cola? (to drink)
  • 11. 1) They play hockey at school. 2) She does not write e-mails. 3) Do you speak English? 4) My parents do not like fish. 5) Does Anne have any hobbies? 6) Andy's brother works in an office. 7) Leroy cannot read very fast. 8) Do Jim and Joe water the flowers every week? 9) Yvonne's mother does not ride a motorbike. 10) Does Elisabeth drink cola?
  • 12. A common way of expanding the basic sentence is with modifiers--words that add to the meanings of other words. The simplest modifiers are adjectives and adverbs. Adjectives modify nouns, while adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, and other adverbs. Note: Most of the adverbs are adjectives
  • 13. • Fill in the words in brackets as adjective or adverb. • • • • • • • • • • 1) The bus driver was_____ injured. (serious) 2) Kevin is______ clever. (extreme) 3) This hamburger tastes____ . (awful) 4) Be____ with this glass of milk. It's hot. (careful) 5) Robin looks______ . What's the matter with him? (sad) 6) Jack is_______ upset about losing his keys. (terrible) 7) This steak smells_______ . (good) 8) Our basketball team played______ last Friday. (bad) 9) Don't speak so_______ . I can't understand you. (fast) 10) Maria_______ opened her present. (slow)
  • 14. • • • • • • • • • • 1) The bus driver was seriously injured. 2) Kevin is extremely clever. 3) This hamburger tastes awful. 4) Be careful with this glass of milk. It's hot. 5) Robin looks sad. What's the matter with him? 6) Jack is terribly upset about losing his keys. 7) This steak smells good. 8) Our basketball team played badly last Friday. 9) Don't speak so fast. I can't understand you. 10) Maria slowly opened her present.
  • 15. • This presentation was made with the purpose of teaching to others students and do your best in your experience of learning a foreign language.
  • 16. Thanks to: Teacher Marla Perez Barriga