New unit: In the news Topics in the news Useful vocabulary: Crime: crimen Environment: (medio)ambiente Famous: famoso(a)(os)(as) Health: salud Politics: política Weather: clima War: guerra Peace: paz
Vocabulary: What´s happened recently
Getting married: casarse
Leisure centre: centro recreativo
Present perfect (affirmative) a lot studied have I died has Michael Jackson object Past participle Verb to have ( have / has) Subject
Present perfect (negative) I, we, you, they --------- HAVE he, she, it------------- HAS ice cream eaten hasn´t Mariah a book written haven´t I Object Past participle Verb to have + not (haven´t / hasn´t) Subject
Present perfect (interrogative) her coin? found Martha Has to France? been you Have object Past participle Subject Verb to have (have – has)
“ We haven´t finished its head yet”. Vocabulary: Neck: cuello Satellite dish: antena parabólica Mice: plural of mouse Several times: varias veces Tonnes: toneladas Average: promedio Yet: todavía
Already / Yet
We use already in affimative sentences.
I´ve already done my homework for this week.
We use yet in negative and interrogative sentences.
I haven´t done my homework yet .
Have you done your homework yet ?
Pay attention to the position of already and yet in the sentences above.
We use the past simple after the present perfect if we say when something happened, or give more details. I´ve already done my homework for this week. I did the workbook activities and I copied all the charts
Key expressions: Offers and suggestions.
Why don´t you…?
Yellowstone´s hot secret
Hot springs: manantial termal
Has risen: se ha elevado
So…that Such a/an…that
a).- so + adjective + that
Manuel is so disruptive that he is always sent out of class.
b).- such a/an + adjective + noun + that
Manuel is such a disruptive student that he is always sent out of class.