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Elementary english 1
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Clases de Inglés Básico 1

Clases de Inglés Básico 1

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  • 1. ElementaryEnglish 1<br />by Pipe San Martín<br />
  • 2. Personal Pronoun<br />I = Yo<br />You = Tú<br />He = Él<br />She = Ella<br />It = Esto<br />We = Nosotros<br />You = Ustedes<br />They = Ellos<br />by Pipe San Martín<br />
  • 3. Pron. Posesivos. Hacen referencia a quien posee y no a lo poseído. En general preceden a sustantivos.<br />My<br />Your<br />His<br />Her<br />Its<br />Our<br />Your<br />Their<br />by Pipe San Martín<br />I live with my girlfriend in New York.<br />He is painting his house.<br />We don't want to spend all our money.<br />I saw Sally and John with their children.<br />
  • 4. by Pipe San Martín<br /><ul><li>Los pronombres posesivos en inglés. Hacen referencia a lo poseído.
  • 5. Mine
  • 6. Yours
  • 7. His
  • 8. Hers
  • 9. Its
  • 10. Ours
  • 11. Yours
  • 12. Their</li></ul>I play tennis with a friend of mine<br />Mary went to the theater with a friend of hers. <br />It's their problem, not ours<br />Our house is next to yours.<br />
  • 13. by Pipe San Martín<br /><ul><li>Los pronombres acusativos en inglés.
  • 14. Me
  • 15. You
  • 16. Him
  • 17. Her
  • 18. It
  • 19. Us
  • 20. You
  • 21. Them</li></ul>I love Lucy and she loves me<br />Where are my books? I can't find them<br />That house is mine - Can you see it?<br />Where are my books? I can't find them<br />
  • 22. VerbTo Be.<br />I am = I’m = yo soy<br />You are = You’re = tú eres o estás<br />He is = he’s = él es o está<br />Sheis = she’s = ella es o está<br />Itis = it’s = esto es o esta<br />We are = we’re = nosotros somos/estamos<br />You are = you’re = ustedes son o están<br />They are = they’re = ellos son están<br />by Pipe San Martín<br />
  • 23. Dialogue 1.Hello! I am Max. What’syourname?My nameis ClaudiaI am fine, thankyou, and you?I amverygoodthanks<br />by Pipe San Martín<br />
  • 24. Howtomakequestions…<br />What = Que ?<br />Where = Donde ?<br />When = Cuando ?<br />Why = Porque ?<br />How = Como ?<br />Who = Quien ?<br />Which = Que ? (speciallything)<br />by Pipe San Martín<br />
  • 25. How much? - Uncountable nouns.<br />How much is this bunch of white roses?<br />How much water do you need to fill a bucket?<br />(you don’t know the exact number or quantity of sth.)<br />How many?– Countable nouns.<br />How many eggs do you need for the cake?<br />How many cars do you have?<br />(you know the exact quantity of sth.)<br />by Pipe San Martín<br />
  • 26. Dialogue 2.<br />So, Claudia, Howold are you?<br />I am twentythreeyearsold. And you?<br />I am twenty 25. where are youfrom?<br />I am from chile. You?<br />From chile too.<br />by Pipe San Martín<br />
  • 27. by Pipe San Martín<br />Dialogue 3.<br />Howmuchisthiscycle?<br />Itis ten dollars.<br />Howmuchsugar do I needforthedessert?<br />Youneedhalf a kg in ordertomake a delicious cake!!!<br />Howmanydogs do youhave in yourhouse?<br />I havethreenicepuppies!!!<br />
  • 28. El Tiempo Pasado del "VerbTo Be<br />I was<br />Youwere<br />He was<br />Shewas<br />Itwas<br />Wewere<br />Youwere<br />Theywere<br />by Pipe San Martín<br />I was in Boston last year.<br />Shewas my neighbour .<br />Wewerefriendswhen I livedthere.<br />Theywere soccer players.<br />
  • 29. El tiempo futuro en el inglés(use of will)<br />Be seré<br />Do haré<br />Have tendré<br />Want querré<br />Eat comeré<br />sleep dormiré<br />I<br />You<br />He<br />/she/<br />it<br />We<br />You<br />They<br />+ willor ‘ll<br />willnotOrwon’t<br />by Pipe San Martín<br />
  • 30. "Will" to Express a Voluntary Action<br />I'llmakesomesandwiches<br />I will send you the information when I get it.<br />"Will" to Express a Promise<br />I will call you when I arrive.<br />I won't tell anyone your secret.<br />by Pipe San Martín<br />
  • 31. by Pipe San Martín<br />El tiempo futuro en el inglés(use of Be goingto)<br />"Be going to" expresses that something is a plan. It expresses the idea that a person intends to do something in the future. It does not matter whether the plan is realistic or not.<br />He is going to spend his vacation in Hawaii<br />I'm going to be an actor when I grow up.<br />Who are you going to invite to the party?<br />"Will" or "Be Going to" to Express a Prediction<br />The year 2014 will be a very interesting year.<br />The year 2014 is going to be a very interesting year.<br />
  • 32. End of the 1st LessonCongratulation Osita!!!TE AMO MI VIDA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!<br />by Pipe San Martín<br />

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