The adverbs of frequency
Indefinite
Rule
They go before the verbs.
Exception
They go after the verb to be.

Definite
They ...
What date is today?
It’s august 17th
Today is 08 – 17 – 2005
What day is today?
It’s Tuesday.
When is your birthday?
It’s ...
-Talking about health and health
problems, including names for parts
of the body, common illnesses and
medication.

I
You
...
-Expressions for shopping and for
giving directions.
-The names of stores and tourist
attractions.
- Prepositions of place...
-Talking about the weekend
using the simple past.
- Statement Yes – No
questions with regular and
some irregular verbs.

D...
Simple Past
To Be
I
He
She
It
We
You
They
Negative Contractions
One syllable

Two syllable

isn´t
wasn´t
doesn´t
didn´t
1....
-Expressions for leaving and for taking
telephone messages and for making
plans with your friends.
- It introduces objects...
-Expressions for leaving and for taking
telephone messages and for making
plans with your friends.
- It introduces objects...
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    1. 1. The adverbs of frequency Indefinite Rule They go before the verbs. Exception They go after the verb to be. Definite They go at the end of the Sentence. demasiado Enough at the end of negative sentence Too use it in affirmative sentence Statements Affirmative Negatives and questions Singular Use a or an Plural Use s or es (x,sh,ch,s,o) Sometimes Usually Often Can go at the beginning of The sentence Quantifiers Some Any A lot of/Several A little Much A few Many Count and non-count Uncountable or non-count (Only in singular) Countable or count
    2. 2. What date is today? It’s august 17th Today is 08 – 17 – 2005 What day is today? It’s Tuesday. When is your birthday? It’s october 21st. My birthday is october 21st. What are you going to do this weekend? I am going to stay home this weekend. Are you going to do anything this weekend? Yes, I am. I'm going to stay home this weekend. No, I am not. I am going to visit my family this weekend. Yes, I’m going to do something this weekend. No, I’m not going to do anything this weekend.
    3. 3. -Talking about health and health problems, including names for parts of the body, common illnesses and medication. I You We They - Introduces have + noun and feel + adjective and imperatives. How do you feel? I feel fine. Feel Have Do He She It Feels Has Does How does she feel? She feels fine. How does he feel? He feels well. What’s the matter? I have a headache. <eik> She has a stomachache <k> <eik>
    4. 4. -Expressions for shopping and for giving directions. -The names of stores and tourist attractions. - Prepositions of place and the imperative for giving directions. Location Where is the drug store? It’s on the corner of 1st and 2nd Ave. Direction How do we get to Mcdonald? Go straight ahead two blocks, it’s on the right. Where can we buy bread? We can buy bread at the supermarket or the bakery. Where do you live? I live in Maracaibo. Prepositions of place On On the corner of Across from In In front of In back of Behind Between Near Close Next to Far At
    5. 5. -Talking about the weekend using the simple past. - Statement Yes – No questions with regular and some irregular verbs. Did you have a good weekend? Yes, I did. No, I didn’t Yes, I had a good weekend. No, I didn’t have a good weekend. Yes, I did. I had a good weekend. No, I didn’t. I had a terrible weekend. Regular Cleaned Closed Played Started Worked Watched Vacuumed Shopped Stopped Danced Invited Fixed Admitted Whispered Visited Listened Studied Cried Tried Irregular Run – ran-run Feel – felt-felt Buy – bougth-bought Swim – swam-swum Pay – paid-paid Do – did-done Go – went-gone See – Saw-seen Meet – Met-met Sleep – Slept-slept Drink – Drank-drunk Lie – Lay-Lain (mentir,descansar) Lay – Laid-Laid (SVOC) poner Fly – Flew-Flown Put – Put-Put 1. cvc + c + ed 2. Ends “e “ add “d “ 3. Exception (w,y,x) 4. 2 syllable
    6. 6. Simple Past To Be I He She It We You They Negative Contractions One syllable Two syllable isn´t wasn´t doesn´t didn´t 1. When were you Born? 2. Where were you? 3. Were you at your parents house? was When the question starts with the verb to be, the Answer will be yes or no. were Wh-questions aren´t Weren´t don´t I was born in 1974. I was at home. Yes, I was or No, I wasn`t.
    7. 7. -Expressions for leaving and for taking telephone messages and for making plans with your friends. - It introduces objects pronouns and the pattern verb + to + verb with want to, need to, have to, would like to, would love to. IN - Inside of something / General AT - to be specific (hour, place) ON - over something (floor, Ave) Subject Object Pronoun I You He She It We You They me you him her it us you them Would Do you want to see a movie with me tomorrow? Yes, I`d love to (see a movie with you tomorrow). Do you want to have dinner with me on Friday night? I`m sorry but I can´t. I have to study. Sorry, I need to stay home with my mother.
    8. 8. -Expressions for leaving and for taking telephone messages and for making plans with your friends. - It introduces objects pronouns and the pattern verb + to + verb with want to, need to, have to, would like to, would love to. IN - Inside of something / General AT - to be specific (hour, place) ON - over something (floor, Ave) Subject Object Pronoun I You He She It We You They me you him her it us you them Would Do you want to see a movie with me tomorrow? Yes, I`d love to (see a movie with you tomorrow). Do you want to have dinner with me on Friday night? I`m sorry but I can´t. I have to study. Sorry, I need to stay home with my mother.

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