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  • 1. UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA CENTRO DE IDIOMAS CENTRO DE AUTOACCESO INGLÉS CONVERSACIÓN 500 SKYLINE 4A ASESORÍA GRUPAL
  • 2. UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA CENTRO DE IDIOMAS CENTRO DE AUTOACCESO INGLÉS CONVERSACIÓN 500 ASESORÍA 1
  • 3. 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
  • 4. SIMPLE PAST -
    • S + DID + NOT + verb in infinitive + complement.
    • Betty didn’t work last week.
    • You didn’t buy goodies last month.
  • 5. 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.
  • 6. SIMPLE PAST - Wh?
    • Question word + DID + S + verb in infinitive + (complement) + ?
    • Why did you call Tom yesterday morning?
    • How many exercises did Joseph answer last night?
  • 7. PAST PROGRESSIVE
    • S + WAS / WERE + verb in ING + complement.
    • Joseph was having a shower yesterday at 4 pm.
    • We were talking on the phone when Mary arrived.
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 13-14
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 6
    • Gramática DELTI – Unit 50
  • 8. PAST PROGRESSIVE -
    • S + WAS / WERE + NOT + verb in ING + complement.
    • Eugene wasn’t swimming yesterday morning.
    • The students weren’t answering a quiz.
  • 9. PAST PROGRESSIVE ?
    • WAS / WERE + S + verb in ING + complement + ?
    • Was the cat eating that food again?
    • Were you cooking spaghetti last night?
    • YES, S + WAS/WERE .
    • NO, S + WASN’T/WERE N’T.
  • 10. PAST PROGRESSIVE - Wh?
    • Question word + WAS / WERE + S + verb in ING + (complement) + ?
    • When was Karina watching that program?
    • What were you doing yesterday at 11 am?
  • 11. PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE
    • 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 & 11-14
    • Gramática DELTI – Unit 53-54
  • 12. PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE -
    • S + HAVE / HAS + NOT + verb in past participle + complement.
    • Ernest hasn’t finished his homework yet .
    • They haven’t paid the car yet .
  • 13. PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE ?
    • 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.
  • 14. PRESENT PERFECT SIMPLE - Wh?
    • Question word + HAVE / HAS + S + verb in past participle + (complement) + ?
    • How much has he spent on that car?
    • Which book have you read?
  • 15. POLITE REQUESTS
    • 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?
    • Can you tell me what Steven does?
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 48
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 50 A Ex. 50.1 & 50.2
  • 16. CONDITIONAL TYPE 0
    • (IF + S + verb in present simple + complement) + , + (S + verb in present simple + complement) + .
    • If I have money, I go to the restaurant.
    • If we study hard, we pass the level.
    • You get a prize if you answer the questions correctly.
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 111
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 38
    • Gramática DELTI – Unit 57
  • 17. CONDITIONAL TYPE 1
    • (IF + S + verb in present simple + complement) + , + (S + WILL / CAN + verb in infinitive + complement) + .
    • If I have money, I’ll travel around the world.
    • If we study hard, we can get a scholarship.
    • You’ll get a better job if you speak English well.
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 111
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 38
    • Gramática DELTI – Unit 57
  • 18. 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
  • 19. 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
    • Gramática Delti – Units 59-60
  • 20. 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
    • Gramática Delti – Units 59-60
  • 21. RELATIVE CLAUSES
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Units 113-114
    • English Grammar in Use – Units 92-96
    • Gramática Delti – Unit 23
    • Subject
    • Object
    • which / that
    • which / that
    Things
    • Subject
    • Object
    • Possessive
    • who / that
    • that / whom
    • Whose
    People FUNCTION RELATIVE PRONOUN REFERENT
  • 22. RELATIVE CLAUSES - PEOPLE
    • Subject
    • He is the man who / that won the Nobel Prize.
    • Object
    • They are the girls who / that we met last week.
    • Possessive
    • She is the woman whose car is purple.
  • 23. RELATIVE CLAUSES - THINGS
    • Subject
    • This is the dress which / that was faded.
    • Object
    • This is the house which / that we bought last year.
  • 24. RELATIVE CLAUSES
    • Note:
    • You can omit the relative pronoun when the referent is the object of the clause.
    • They are the girls ( who / that ) we met last week. This is the house ( which / that ) we bought last year.
  • 25. RECOMENDACIONES
    • Utiliza los ejercicios complementarios que se marcan en la guía de aprendizaje (pathway).
    • Compara tus respuestas de los ejercicios del libro de texto y del cuaderno de trabajo con las claves de respuestas en la Sala de Escritura.
    • Participa en los clubes de conversación .
  • 26. UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA CENTRO DE IDIOMAS CENTRO DE AUTOACCESO [email_address] ANY DOUBTS?
  • 27. UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA CENTRO DE IDIOMAS CENTRO DE AUTOACCESO INGLÉS CONVERSACIÓN 500 ASESORÍA 2
  • 28. GERUNDS AS SUBJECTS
    • Gerund + verb + complement.
    • Eating chocolates is good for your health.
    • Gambling should be banned here.
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 68
    • Gramática Delti – Unit 18 Ex. 1
  • 29. GERUNDS AS NOUNS
    • S + verb + Gerund .
    • They are working on developing technology .
    • My hobby is chatting .
  • 30. QUESTION TAGS
    • (S + verb in affirmative + complement) + , + auxiliary in negative + personal pronoun + ?
    • Tere lives in Mexico City, doesn’t she ?
    • Those students will visit Cuba next winter, won’t they ?
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 40
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 52
    • Gramática Delti – Unit 5
  • 31. QUESTION TAGS
    • (S + verb in negative + complement) + , + auxiliary in affirmative + personal pronoun + ?
    • Betty hasn’t bought the new grammar book, has she ?
    • You weren’t having a break at 3 pm, were you ?
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 40
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 52
    • Gramática Delti – Unit 5
  • 32. RECOMENDACIONES
    • Utiliza los ejercicios complementarios que se marcan en la guía de aprendizaje (pathway).
    • Compara tus respuestas de los ejercicios del libro de texto y del cuaderno de trabajo con las claves de respuestas en la Sala de Escritura.
    • Participa en los clubes de conversación .
  • 33. UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA CENTRO DE IDIOMAS CENTRO DE AUTOACCESO [email_address] ANY DOUBTS?
  • 34. UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA CENTRO DE IDIOMAS CENTRO DE AUTOACCESO INGLÉS CONVERSACIÓN 500 ASESORÍA 3
  • 35. SUGGESTIONS: SHOULD
    • You should drink chamomile tea.
    • Luis should improve his pronunciation.
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 33
    • Gramática Delti – Unit 67
    • S + should + verb in infinitive + complement.
  • 36. SUGGESTIONS: SHOULD -
    • You shouldn’t watch horror films.
    • Marla should not take a lot of luggage.
    • S + should + NOT + verb in infinitive + complement.
  • 37. PAST HABITS OR PAST STATE: USED TO
    • S + used to + verb in infinitive + complement.
    • Natasha used to swim 3 times a week when she was a child.
    • Our neighbors used to have a cat.
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 25
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 18
  • 38. PAST HABITS: USED TO -
    • S + did + NOT + use to + verb in infinitive + complement.
    • Kelly didn’t use to visit her relatives when she was married.
    • I did not use to eat a lot some months ago.
  • 39. PAST HABITS: USED TO ?
    • Did + S + use to + verb in infinitive + complement + ?
    • Did you use to skip classes when you were in High School?
    • Did they use to drink a lot of soda when they were kids?
    • Yes, S did .
    • No, S didn’t .
  • 40. PAST HABITS: USED TO - Wh?
    • Question word + did + S + use to + verb in infinitive + (complement) + ?
    • What time did Timmy use to have lunch when he was in Elementary School?
    • How did they use to get to school when they were young ?
  • 41. PAST HABITS: WOULD
    • We would drink chamomile tea every afternoon.
    • Laura would go jogging every Thursday when she was a teenager.
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 36 Ex 36.6
    • S + would + verb in infinitive + complement.
  • 42. PAST PERFECT SIMPLE
    • S + had + verb in past participle + complement.
    • Joseph had taken a shower when the telephone rang.
    • When they arrived, we had cleaned the garage.
    • English Grammar in Use – Unit 15
    • Gramática DELTI – Unit 55
  • 43. PAST PERFECT SIMPLE -
    • S + had + NOT + verb in past participle + complement.
    • Steven hadn’t eaten anything since yesterday.
    • When I watched TV, I hadn’t studied for my exam yet.
  • 44. PAST PERFECT SIMPLE ?
    • Had + S + verb in past participle + complement + ?
    • Had John arrived at home when it started to rained?
    • Yes, S had .
    • Had Mariana visited Spain before visiting France?
    • No, S hadn’t .
  • 45. PAST PERFECT SIMPLE Wh?
    • Question word + had + S + verb in past participle + (complement) + ?
    • How had you answered that exercise if you didn’t have any ideas about the topic?
    • Where had Andrea hidden the candies?
  • 46. RECOMENDACIONES
    • Utiliza los ejercicios complementarios que se marcan en la guía de aprendizaje (pathway).
    • Compara tus respuestas de los ejercicios del libro de texto y del cuaderno de trabajo con las claves de respuestas en la Sala de Escritura.
    • Participa en los clubes de conversación .
  • 47. UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA CENTRO DE IDIOMAS CENTRO DE AUTOACCESO [email_address] ANY DOUBTS?
  • 48. UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA CENTRO DE IDIOMAS CENTRO DE AUTOACCESO INGLÉS CONVERSACIÓN 500 ASESORÍA 4
  • 49. PAST REPORTED SPEECH
    • S + said / told / asked / warned / answered / suggested / insisted / announced …
    • Reported speech:
    • She warned him that if he didn’t do the homework, he would be in trouble.
    • Direct speech:
    • “ If you don’t do your homework, you’ll be in trouble.”
    • Essential Grammar in Use – Unit 49
    • English Grammar in Use – Units 47-48
    • Skyline Grammar Resource Book – Unit 6 Lesson 2
  • 50. PAST REPORTED SPEECH Pasado perfecto progresivo Presente perfecto progresivo Pasado progresivo Presente progresivo Pasado perfecto Presente perfecto Pasado perfecto Pasado simple Pasado simple Presente simple could can would will was were am / is are Reported speech Direct speech
  • 51. RECOMENDACIONES
    • Utiliza los ejercicios complementarios que se marcan en la guía de aprendizaje (pathway).
    • Compara tus respuestas de los ejercicios del libro de texto y del cuaderno de trabajo con las claves de respuestas en la Sala de Escritura.
    • Participa en los clubes de conversación .
  • 52. UNIVERSIDAD VERACRUZANA CENTRO DE IDIOMAS CENTRO DE AUTOACCESO [email_address] ANY DOUBTS?