Pildoritas en ingles 2

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Pildoritas en ingles 2

  1. 1. TRABAJO SOCIAL REALIZADOPOR ANDREA FUENTESLICENCIADA EN FORMACIONDE LENGUAS EXTRANJERAS
  2. 2. OBJECTIVEDefinir la fecha, usandolos números, días y mesesen inglés al momento deiniciar una clase de lenguaextranjera.
  3. 3. DAYS OF THE WEEKDAY ABBREVIATIONMonday MonTuesday TueWednesday WedThursday ThuFriday FriSaturday SatSunday Sun
  4. 4. MONTHS OF THE YEARMONTH ABBREVIATION MONTH ABBREVIATIONJanuary Jan July -February Feb August AugMarch Mar September SeptApril Apr October OctMay - November NovJune - December Dec
  5. 5. Have a look at Jamess last weeks diaryand answer the questions in completesentences. Put the time expression at theend of the sentence.Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sunfootball shopping meetingringJanebuyflowersconcert sailing------ cinema tennis EnglishItalianrestaurant---- -----
  6. 6. ANSWER THE QUESTIONSWhen was his English course?When did he go shopping?When did he buy flowers?When was his meeting?When did he play football?When was the concert?When did he go sailing?
  7. 7. NOTEPara expresar los díasutilizamos la preposiciónon. En cambio, paraexpresar meses o años seutiliza la preposición in.
  8. 8. ANSWERS His English course was on Thursday. He went shopping on Tuesday. He bought flowers on Friday. His meeting was on Wednesday. He played football on Monday. The concert was on Saturday. He went sailing on Sunday
  9. 9. NUMBERS
  10. 10. HOW MANY ?HOW MANYSTUDENTS ARETHERE IN __ GRADE?HOW OLD ARE YOU?
  11. 11. DATE Normalmente, las fechas se escriben en el siguienteorden: mes / día / año MONTH/DAY/YEAR June, 20th 1997 / 20 de junio de 1997 March, 3rd2001 / 3 de marzo de 2001NOTE: Podemos omitir las letras de orden (-st, -nd, -rd, -th) September 2, 1999 / 2 de septiembre de 1999
  12. 12. DATEEn inglés se utilizan los númerosordinales (first, second, third, etc.) paraexpresar las fechas, a diferencia delespañol en que se emplean los númeroscardinales (uno, dos, tres, etc.).Today is the 2nd of June / hoy es el 2de junio

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