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Inglés Intermedio 1. 4º NIvel

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  • 1. UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA CENTRO DE IDIOMAS CENTRO DE AUTOACCESO INGLÉS CONVERSACIÓN 400 SKYLINE 3B ASESORÍA GRUPAL
  • 2. UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA CENTRO DE IDIOMAS CENTRO DE AUTOACCESO INGLÉS CONVERSACIÓN 400 ASESORÍA 1
  • 3. PRESENT PASSIVE
    • Passive S + IS / ARE / AM + verb in past participle + complement.
    • Mole is made in Oaxaca.
    • Zarapes are worn in Guadalajara.
    • Cattle are raised in Acayucan.
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 21
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 42
  • 4. EXPRESSIONS FOLLOWED BY …ING
    • Look forward to
    • Be / Get used to
    • Enjoy + verb with ING + complement
    • Stop
    • Finish
    • Have trouble
    • I enjoy eating chocolates.
    • Eddie is used to taking a nap every afternoon
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 53, 56, 61
  • 5. EXPRESSIONS FOLLOWED BY …TO
    • Want
    • Decide
    • Forget + TO + verb in infinitive + complement
    • Hope
    • Learn
    • Would like
    • I decided to buy a van.
    • We want to see those photographs.
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 54-56
  • 6. SIMPLE PAST - +
    • S + verb in past simple + complement.
    • Edward went to Mexico City last weekend.
    • I watched some movies last Sunday.
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 10-12
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 5
    • Gramática DELTI – Unit 49
  • 7. SIMPLE PAST - -
    • S + DID + NOT + verb in infinitive + complement.
    • Betty didn’t work last week.
    • You didn’t buy goodies last month.
  • 8. SIMPLE PAST - ?
    • DID + S + verb in infinitive + complement + ?
    • Did you have many friends in High School?
    • Did Mary study for the exam yesterday ?
    • YES, S + DID.
    • NO, S + DIDN’T.
  • 9. SIMPLE PAST - QW?
    • Question word + DID + S + verb in infinitive + (complement) + ?
    • Why did you call Tom yesterday morning?
    • How many exercises did Joseph answer last night?
  • 10. STATE OR HABITUAL ACTION IN THE PAST: USED TO - +
    • S + USED TO + verb in infinitive + complement.
    • Helen used to swim 3 times a week when she was a child.
    • Our cousins used to play soccer every afternoon when they were kids.
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 25
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 18
  • 11. USED TO - -
    • S + DID + NOT + USE TO + verb in infinitive + complement.
    • Theresa didn’t use to visit her relatives when she was married.
    • I didn’t use to take exercise last year.
  • 12. USED TO - ?
    • DID + S + USE TO + verb in infinitive + complement + ?
    • Did you use to get up early when you were in High School?
    • Did they use to skip classes when they were kids?
    • YES, S + DID.
    • NO, S + DIDN’T.
  • 13. USED TO - QW?
    • Question word + DID + S + USE TO + verb in infinitive + (complement) + ?
    • What time did Sheila use to get up when she was in Elementary School?
    • How often did they use to go to the movies when they were young ?
  • 14. CAUSATIVES: HAVE / GET STH DONE
    • S + HAVE / HAS / GET / GETS + something + past participle + (complement).
    • I have my hair cut at Bogar’s hairdresser.
    • Karime needs to have her eyes checked.
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 46
    • Skyline Grammar Resource Book – Unit 8 Lesson 2
  • 15. POSSIBILITIES: MUST / MAY / MIGHT / CAN’T
    • S + MUST / MAY / MIGHT / CAN’T + verb in infinitive + (complement).
    • Mathew must have a problem that’s why he’s late.
    • They may go to Veracruz next weekend.
    • Tim might come today, he’s not sure.
    • That can’t be true!
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 28-30
  • 16. UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA CENTRO DE IDIOMAS CENTRO DE AUTOACCESO INGLÉS CONVERSACIÓN 400 ASESORÍA 2
  • 17. IMPROBABLE DESIRES FOR THE PRESENT: WISH
    • S + WISH + S + verb in past simple + (complement).
    • Helen wishes she spoke perfect French.
    • We wish we could go to England.
    • I wish I were retired.
    • I wish I were / was …
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 41
  • 18. POSSIBLE OR DIFFICULT DESIRES FOR THE FUTURE: HOPE
    • S + HOPE + S + verb in present simple or future simple + (complement).
    • Steven hopes he speaks English fluently.
    • Steven hopes he will speak English fluently.
    • Hope to do sth:
    • I hope to see you again.
    • Tere hopes to finish her studies soon.
    • Skyline Grammar Resource Book – Unit 9 Lesson 2
  • 19. EXPECT / WAIT
    • Wait – (time) wait for sth or sb:
    • I’m waiting for Tere.
    • I’ll wait for my lunch.
    • Expect – (belief or feeling) expect to do sth / expect sb to do sth:
    • I expect I’ll pass the test.
    • I expect to be late.
    • I expect Rosy to be late.
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 55
  • 20. CONDITIONAL TYPE 1
    • (IF + S + verb in present simple + complement) + , + (S + WILL / CAN + verb in infinitive + complement) + .
    • If I have money, I’ll buy a van.
    • If we study hard, we can pass the exam.
    • You’ll get a better job if you dress well.
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 111
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 38
    • Gramática DELTI – Unit 57
  • 21. CONDITIONAL TYPE 2
    • (IF + S + verb in past simple + complement) + , + (S + WOULD / COULD + verb in infinitive + complement) + .
    • If I visited my relatives, they’d be very happy.
    • If Charles wasn’t so jealous, his wife could be nice to him.
    • You would win that prize if you knew the answer.
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 112
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 38
    • Gramática DELTI – Unit 58
  • 22. UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA CENTRO DE IDIOMAS CENTRO DE AUTOACCESO INGLÉS CONVERSACIÓN 400 ASESORÍA 3
  • 23. REPORTING STATEMENTS & OPINIONS (BELIEVE / CLAIM / SAY / TELL / THINK)
    • S + say / tell / think + (that) + S + verb in present simple + (complement).
    • Some people believe they are the best.
    • Politicians claim traffic jams will be worst.
    • Alex says the bus leaves at 3:00 pm.
    • Steven tells me where the meeting is.
    • They think Helen speaks good English.
    • Skyline Grammar Resource Book – Unit 10 Lesson 2
  • 24. REQUESTING INFORMATION
    • Can / Could you tell me + (question word / if + S + verb in present + complement).
    • Can you tell me where the bank is?
    • Could you tell me if there is a restaurant near here?
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 48
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 50 A, 1, 2
  • 25. PAST PASSIVE
    • Passive S + WAS / WERE + verb in past participle + complement.
    • Mona Lisa was painted by Leonardo Da Vinci.
    • The telephone was invented by Graham Bell.
    • Romeo & Juliet and Hamlet were written by Shakespeare.
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 21
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 42
  • 26. PAST INTENTIONS: WAS/WERE GOING TO … - +
    • S + was / were + going to + verb in infinitive + complement.
    • I was going to visit my relatives last vacations but I didn’t have money.
    • My cousins were going to buy a new house but they didn’t find a nice one.
    • Skyline Grammar Resource Book – Unit 11 Lesson 3
  • 27. PAST INTENTIONS: WAS/WERE GOING TO … - -
    • S + was / were + NOT + going to + verb in infinitive + complement.
    • Mark wasn’t going to come but his friend gave him a ride.
    • Danny and Mike weren’t going to travel to the USA but they need to buy some equipment.
  • 28. PAST INTENTIONS: WAS/WERE GOING TO … - ?
    • Was / Were + S + going to + verb in infinitive + complement + ?
    • Were you going to come?
    • Was Miriam going to play soccer?
    • YES, S + WAS / WERE.
    • NO, S + WASN’T / WEREN’T.
  • 29. PAST INTENTIONS: WAS/WERE GOING TO - QW?
    • Question word + was / were + S + going to + verb in infinitive + (complement) + ?
    • What were you going to say?
    • Where was Charles going to go?
  • 30. UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA CENTRO DE IDIOMAS CENTRO DE AUTOACCESO INGLÉS CONVERSACIÓN 400 ASESORÍA 4
  • 31. PRESENT PERFECT - +
    • S + HAVE / HAS + verb in past participle + complement.
    • Steven has studied English for 5 years.
    • I have eaten lots of vegetables since last September.
    • We have already made our bed.
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 15-20
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 7-8 & 13-14
    • Gramática DELTI – Unit 53-54
  • 32. PRESENT PERFECT - -
    • S + HAVE / HAS + NOT + verb in past participle + complement.
    • Ernest hasn’t finished his homework yet .
    • They haven’t paid the car yet .
  • 33. PRESENT PERFECT - ?
    • HAVE / HAS + S + verb in past participle + complement + ?
    • Has the baby drunk his milk yet ?
    • Have you ever been to Cuba?
    • YES, S + HAVE / HAS.
    • NO, S + HAVEN’T / HASN’T.
  • 34. PRESENT PERFECT - QW?
    • Question word + HAVE / HAS + S + verb in past participle + (complement) + ?
    • How much has he spent on that car?
    • Which book have you read?
  • 35. PRESENT PERFECT PROGRESSIVE - +
    • S + HAVE / HAS + BEEN + verb in ING + complement.
    • Steven and Mike have been writing that project for a long time.
    • Alex has been listening to music.
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 9-12
    • Gramática DELTI – Unit 56
  • 36. PRESENT PERFECT PROGRESSIVE - -
    • S + HAVE / HAS + NOT + BEEN + verb in ING + complement.
    • Eugene hasn’t been taking exercise lately .
    • You haven’t been studying hard.
  • 37. PRESENT PERFECT PROGRESSIVE - ?
    • HAVE / HAS + S + BEEN + verb in ING + complement + ?
    • Has your pet been playing with the ball?
    • Have you been talking on the phone?
    • YES, S + HAVE / HAS.
    • NO, S + HAVEN’T / HASN’T.
  • 38. PRESENT PERFECT PROGRESSIVE - QW?
    • Question word + HAVE / HAS + S + BEEN + verb in ING + (complement) + ?
    • Where has Betty been buying her clothes?
    • Why have you been reading that book?
  • 39. UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA CENTRO DE IDIOMAS CENTRO DE AUTOACCESO [email_address] [email_address] [email_address] ANY DOUBTS?

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