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  • UNIT1 : THE REAL ME In this unit we’ll see: - Personality adjectives -Relative Pronoun -Adverbs of possibility -Present simple & -Present continuous
  • Adjectives A chatty person She is feeling moody He is extroverted He is feeling nervous and shy He must be honest
  • RELATIVE PRONOUNS
    • Relative pronouns are used to join sentences. We’ll see who, which and where.
    • Who : When it refers to people.
    • Mary is a person who everybody loves.
    • Where is teh girl who sells ice-creams.
  • RELATIVE PRONOUNS
    • Which: It makes reference to feelings, things or animals
    • - This is the dog which my parents gave me for Christmas.
    • The letter which arrived yesterday is from your best friend.
    • Friendship is something which everybody needs in life.
  • RELATIVE PRONOUNS
    • Where: It refers when the antecedent is a place.
    • -Hawaii is the place where I want to be now.
    • -The house where the witch lives was made of chocolate.
    • - We are meeting in the square where all the foreign people take pictures.
  • ADVERBS OF POSSIBILITY
    • 1) Probably and definitely  AFTER auxiliars like to be, can …
    • - She is PROBABLY very shy and nervous.
    • She is DEFINITELY very intelligent. She got excellent marks.
    • She can PROBABLY come to your 15 birthday party.
    • Your mother can’t PROBABLY pick up from school tomorrow.
  • AVERBS OF POSSIBILITY
    • 2) Probably and definitely  before other verbs ( no auxiliars ). Go, eat, think…. With a lexical meaning.
    • She probabably comes after the party.
    • She definitely thinks you ‘re very intelligent.
    • 3) Perhaps and Maybe  They both mean the same and are place at the beginning of the sentence.
    • Maybe She doesn’t speak because she doesn’t know any Spanish.
    • Perhaps she doesn’t speak because he is very shy.
  • -ED & -ING ADJECTIVES
    • Many adjectives ending in -ing and -ed present some difficulties for the foreign students of the English language. Many times students find it hard to decide on which adjective to use.
    • -ed ( normally refer to the way people feel)
    • -ing ( normally refer to the way things make us feel)
  • DISGUSTING DISGUSTED DISAPPOINTING DISAPPOINTED DEPRESSING DEPRESSED ANNOYING ANNOYED BORING BORED TERRIFYING TERRIFIED AMUSING AMUSED -ING -ED
  • HAVE A LOOK ON THIS WEBSITES!!!
    • http://www.clafoti.com/imagenes12/adj_ing_ed_2.htm
    • 1- Copy the following exercise and do it in your notebook ( important for the exam)
    • http://www.autoenglish.org/gr.ad.inged.p.htm
  • Every morning When I wake up, I have breakfast, later I have a shower and finally I brush my teeth. Every morning When Sarah wakes up, she drinks just milk, later she has a quick Shower and she brushes her teeth. -It is used for habits and routines . -Normally used with Frequency adverbs. -Be careful with the 3 fantastics “ he / she/ it ”  we will add –s/-es at the end of the verb. Only in affirmative sentences. - Example: Mary drink s coke every day.( Mary is fantastic and she needs –s) Present Simple tense
  • Frequency Adverbs : used to explain how often we … She always catches the bus at the same time. She never gets late to work  ALWAYS PRESENT SIMPLE The boys live near the school . These time expressions: Every day… Twice a month….  ALWAYS WITH PRESENT SIMPLE Once a year… On mondays, on Tuesdays… Always usually sometimes hardly ever never often seldom / rarely 100% 50 % 0%
  • Affirmative: Subject + verb + object ( I, you, we, they ) Subject + verb-S + object ( he, she, it) Negative: Subject + don’t + Inf. + object ( I, you, we, they) Subject + doesn’t + Inf. + Object ( He, she, it) Present simple structures
  • 1   Teachers work hard ( aff. ) 2. Teachers don’t work hard.( neg. ) 3. Do teachers work hard? ( ? ) Interrogative: Do+subject+ Inf+ object? (I, you, we, they) Does +subject+ Inf + object? ( he/ she/ it) Present Simple
  • Let’s practise!!
    • Transform into negative sentences.
    • 1 Teachers eat at school
    • 2   Luis likes pop music
    • 3   My boyfriend dances very well
    • 4   People from China speak Russian
    • 5   I go to school in the evening
    • 6   My cat sleeps 12 hours a day
    • 7   My mum watches TV every day
    • 8   I run more than 500 metres in a minute
    • 9   We fry eggs in the microwave
    • 10 My neighbours buy a new car every year  
  • Time expressions to identify the Present Continuous Tense Now…Right now At this moment…
    • Used to describe an action taking place at the moment.
    • Used to describe a temporary action.
    • My brother is revising Maths right now. (action in this moment)
    • I’m taking up an English course. ( I’m not doing the action now but it takes a long time )
    PRESENT CONTINUOUS
    • Subject+ to be (am, is, are..) + v-ing+ object
    • Subject+ to be + not + v-ing+ object.
    • To be (am/ is/ are ) + subject+ v-ing + object ?
    • Examples:
    • - I am revising for the exam in this moment.
    • - Now, she is calling me to go for a walk.
    • You are not studying because you are ill.
    • - Are you going to the cinema right now?
    • - Is she going with you?
    PRESENT CONTINUOUS STRUCTURE
  • The end