My Portfolio of English Level V   UNIT 1          A TIME TO             I can introduce someone and answer.               ...
My Portfolio of English Level V                     Prepositions of time: AT, IN, ONhttp://www.clafoti.com/imagenes10/time...
My Portfolio of English Level Vin summerin winterin autumnin springin the Middle Agesin the 19 th centuryWe also use in fo...
My Portfolio of English Level V                                         PRACTICE   1. You can see the stars               ...
My Portfolio of English Level V                          IN   7. We have to go              a few minutes. Mum is waiting ...
My Portfolio of English Level V                                         SONG                                  THIS IS THE ...
My Portfolio of English Level V                         Unit 1: A TIME TO REMEMBEREXAMPLES   1. What did you use to do whe...
My Portfolio of English Level V                                  WH Question Wordshttp://www.eslgold.com/grammar/wh_questi...
My Portfolio of English Level V                     asking for repetition or                   What? I cant hear          ...
My Portfolio of English Level V      how many       quantity (countable)                       How many cars are          ...
My Portfolio of English Level V                                   Preposition BYYou can to listenhttp://www.learnamericane...
My Portfolio of English Level V4. Theyre sitting by each other and watching a movie.5. You can learn English by going onli...
My Portfolio of English Level V 7. Hes a loan shark. By making loans at high interestrates, he has become very rich. Howev...
My Portfolio of English Level V10. The fastest way to get around this city is bysubway.11. He needs to get to his meeting ...
My Portfolio of English Level VShe had come by car with her husband and her four children.I left Walsall in the afternoon ...
My Portfolio of English Level V                           INDIRECT QUESTIONS        http://www.1-language.com/englishcours...
My Portfolio of English Level V - Do you know when the next train arrives? - Indirect question - Do you know when does the...
My Portfolio of English Level V                         Unit 3: time for a change!       Enough and toohttp://www.clafoti....
My Portfolio of English Level VA thousand dollars is enough money for a party....A sandwich is enough for me now.There isn...
My Portfolio of English Level V                                             Practice   1.   The wind was            strong...
My Portfolio of English Level V                                              Whishttp://www.englishgrammarsecrets.com/wish...
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  1. 1. My Portfolio of English Level V UNIT 1 A TIME TO I can introduce someone and answer. REMEMBER I can talk about childhood memories. I can talk about events in past. UNIT 2 CAUGHT IN I can write a composition about means of THE RUSH transportation and public services. I can use countable and uncountable nouns, and identify the differences in specific contexts. I can use indirect questions. UNIT 3 TIME FOR A I can buy or sell houses and apartaments using CHANGE! evaluation and comparison expressions. I can express wishes: and write about changes in the life. I can identify at least 40 new words in vocabulary. UNIT 4 I´VE NEVER I can prepare a recipe in English: using adverbs HEARD OF of sequence. THAT! I can have a conversation in a restaurant. 2 PáginaUSB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  2. 2. My Portfolio of English Level V Prepositions of time: AT, IN, ONhttp://www.clafoti.com/imagenes10/time_prep.htm  At We use at with times ( hours, at midnight, and some meals such as at suppertime and at lunchtime )at three, at four (The train leaves at five o clockat luchtime (Please be home at lunchtime)at suppertimeWe also use at with some fixed expressions such as: at sunrise, at noon, atsunset, at night.at night (Bats sleep at night. Batman too)at midnightat noonat sunrise (He is going to kill the president at sunrise!)at sunsetat the week-endat the moment (Sorry, the boss is not here at the moment)at presentat Christmasat Easter (I want a chocolate bunny at Easter...)at the age of three,at the age of fity-twoat the same time (We arrive at the station at the same time)  In We use in for longer periods of time (months, years, seasons) 3 Páginain January, in February, in Marchin 1979, in 2001USB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  3. 3. My Portfolio of English Level Vin summerin winterin autumnin springin the Middle Agesin the 19 th centuryWe also use in for parts of the day: be careful if you add the name of theday...in the morning(s) but on Sunday morning(s)in the afternoon(s) but on Monday afternoon(s)in the evening (s) but on Tuesday evening(s)  On we use on mostly for days of the week and dates.on Mondayon Tuesdayon Wednesday morningon Thursday nighton July 10 thon December 25 thWe say on Christmas day but at Chritmas 4 PáginaUSB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  4. 4. My Portfolio of English Level V PRACTICE 1. You can see the stars night. Well, if the sky is clear.... 2. In Argentina, you start primary school the age of six. 3. I often work until 11 pm. I go to bed midnight. 4. I hate waking up very early the morning. 5. He is working at a tv studio. He is very busy the moment. 6. The course ends January 8. 7. We have to go a few minutes. Mum is waiting for us.... 8. We are getting married November. 9. She usually goes for walks in the country Saturday mornings. 10. He visites his mother Christmas. 11. Homer watches a lot of tv the afternoon. 12. I usually go back from work five o`clock. 13. Tango classes finish December this year. 14. Sara goes dancing week- ends. 15. lunchtime he eats like a horse. 16. Buenos Aires is very hot the summer. ANSWERS AT 1. You can see the stars night. Well, if the sky is clear.... AT 2. In Argentina, you start primary school the age of six. AT 3. I often work until 11 pm. I go to bed midnight. IN 4. I hate waking up very early the morning. AT 5. He is working at a tv studio. He is very busy the moment. 5 Página ON 6. The course ends January 8.USB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  5. 5. My Portfolio of English Level V IN 7. We have to go a few minutes. Mum is waiting for us.... IN 8. We are getting married November. ON 9. She usually goes for walks in the country Saturday mornings. AT 10. He visites his mother Christmas. IN 11. Homer watches a lot of tv the afternoon. AT 12. I usually go back from work five o`clock. IN 13. Tango classes finish December this year. AT 14. Sara goes dancing week- ends. AT 15. lunchtime he eats like a horse. IN 16. Buenos Aires is very hot the summer.http://a4esl.org/q/h/lb/inonat.html 6 PáginaUSB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  6. 6. My Portfolio of English Level V SONG THIS IS THE DAY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e8wnUU5pIWE This is the day That the Lord hath made And Im so glad He made you With each rising sun You are here by my side You are more than a dream come true Oh to have you, to hold you To love you, to pray To share with, to care with To hold hands and say This is the day That the Lord hath made And I will rejoice I will rejoice I will rejoice with you This is the day That the Lord hath made that you and I are one Loves mystery is unfolding today Written for us in the Son Oh for better, for worse For rich or for poor Each day that passes Ill love you more Cause 7 PáginaUSB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  7. 7. My Portfolio of English Level V Unit 1: A TIME TO REMEMBEREXAMPLES 1. What did you use to do when you were a child? -I use to play with marbles -when I was a child, I used to collect shells. 2. What did you use to do on vacations? -I used to go to the beach with my family, On Vacations. - On Vacations, I used to visit my aunt in Santa Fe de Antioquia. 3. What did your mother use to cook for Christmas? -My mother used to cook roast chicken, pies, desserts, etc, for Christmas. -For Christmas, my mother used to cook natilla and ojuela. 4. When did you graduate from primary school? -I graduate from primary school in 1988. 5. Where did you live when you were young? -I live in Medellín, when I was young. -When I was young, I live in Medellín. 6. Did you use to play out with friends? -yes, I did. I used to play out with friends. -No, I didn’t use to play out with friends. 8 PáginaUSB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  8. 8. My Portfolio of English Level V WH Question Wordshttp://www.eslgold.com/grammar/wh_questions.htmlWh- Questions allow a speaker to find out more information about topics. They are as follows:When? TimeWhere? PlaceWho? PersonWhy? ReasonHow? MannerWhat? Object/Idea/ActionOther words can also be used to inquire about specific information:Which (one)? Choice of alternativesWhose? PossessionWhom? Person (objective formal)How much? Price, amount (non-count)How many? Quantity (count)How long? DurationHow often? FrequencyHow far? DistanceWhat kind (of)? Description MORE ABOUT WH Question Wordshttp://www.englishclub.com/vocabulary/wh-question-words.htmWe use question words to ask certain types of questions (question wordquestions). We often refer to them as WH words because they include theletters WH (for example WHy, HoW). Question Function Example Wordwhat asking for information about What is your name? 9 Página somethingUSB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  9. 9. My Portfolio of English Level V asking for repetition or What? I cant hear confirmation you. You did what?what...for asking for a reason, asking why What did you do that for?when asking about time When did he leave?where asking in or at what place or Where do they live? positionwhich asking about choice Which colour do you want?who asking what or which person or Who opened the people (subject) door?whom asking what or which person or Whom did you see? people (object)whose asking about ownership Whose are these keys? Whose turn is it?why asking for reason, asking Why do you say that? what...forwhy dont making a suggestion Why dont I help you?how asking about manner How does this work? asking about condition or How was your exam? qualityhow + adj/adv asking about extent or degree see examples below how far distance How far is Pattaya from Bangkok? 10 Página how long length (time or space) How long will it take?USB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  10. 10. My Portfolio of English Level V how many quantity (countable) How many cars are there? how much quantity (uncountable) How much money do you have? how old age How old are you?how come asking for reason, asking why How come I cant see(informal) her?For practice see: http://a4esl.org/q/j/ck/fb-queswords.html http://a4esl.org/q/h/mc-www.html http://fog.ccsf.cc.ca.us/~mbibliow/whquestions3-3.html Unit 2: CAUGHT IN THE RUSH PROBLEM SOLUTION 1. There are many traffic jumps. The city should build more means of transportation 2. There are many cars in the There should be more bridges streets. in the city. We should travel by boat in Medellin. 3. There is too much pollution. The city should have fewer old cars. The people should be well- informed. 4. There is too much smoke in the The city should have a good streets. campaign to clean the air. 11 PáginaUSB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  11. 11. My Portfolio of English Level V Preposition BYYou can to listenhttp://www.learnamericanenglishonline.com/Prepositions/by.html. Shes sitting by her computer and talking on thephone.(by = next to)2. These beautiful buildings are by the water.Would you like to live or work by a river or a lake?3. These office buildings are by a park. 12 PáginaUSB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  12. 12. My Portfolio of English Level V4. Theyre sitting by each other and watching a movie.5. You can learn English by going online.(by = method. When "by" means method or way, itsusually followed by a gerund.) Whats a gerund?6. You can split wood by using an axe. 13 PáginaUSB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  13. 13. My Portfolio of English Level V 7. Hes a loan shark. By making loans at high interestrates, he has become very rich. However, hes not agood person to do business with.8. Hes a surfer. He rides on ocean waves by using asurfboad.9. You can get around this city very easily by bus.(by = method of transportation: ...by bus, ....by train, .....bycar, .....by taxi, .....by plane, etc.) 14 PáginaUSB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  14. 14. My Portfolio of English Level V10. The fastest way to get around this city is bysubway.11. He needs to get to his meeting by 5:30.(by = before)12. These buildings used to stand side-by-side untilthey fell down.(side-by-side = together) Prepositions with forms of transporthttp://www.testyourenglish.net/english-online/subjects/preptrans.html We can use ‘by’ with most forms of transport. We use ‘in’, ‘into’, and ‘out of’ with cars. We normally use ‘on’, ‘onto’, and ‘off’ with other forms of transport.1. When we talk about the type of vehicle or transport we use to travelsomewhere, we use ‘by’. 15by bus by car by plane by train Páginaby bicycle by coachUSB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  15. 15. My Portfolio of English Level VShe had come by car with her husband and her four children.I left Walsall in the afternoon and went by bus and train to Nottingham.WARNING: If you want to say you walk somewhere, you say you go ‘onfoot’. You do not say ‘by foot’.Marie decided to continue on foot.2. We use ‘in’, ‘into’, and ‘out of’ when we are talking about cars, vans,lorries, taxis, and ambulances.I followed them in my car.The carpets had to be collected in a van.Mr Ward happened to be getting into his lorry.She was carried out of the ambulance and up the steps.3. We use ‘on’, ‘onto’, and ‘off’ when we are talking about other forms oftransport, such as buses, coaches, trains, ships, and planes.Why dont you come on the train with me to New York?Peter Hurd was already on the plane from California.The last thing he wanted was to spend ten days on a boat with Hooper.He jumped back onto the old bus, now nearly empty.Mr Bixby stepped off the train and walked quickly to the exit.We can use ‘in’, ‘into’, and ‘out of’ with these other forms of transport,usually when we are focusing on the physical position or movement of theperson, rather than stating what form of transport they are using.The passengers in the plane were beginning to panic. 16He got back into the train quickly, before Bait could stop him. PáginaWe jumped out of the bus and ran into the nearest shop.USB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  16. 16. My Portfolio of English Level V INDIRECT QUESTIONS http://www.1-language.com/englishcourse/unit66_grammar.htm http://www.spanishdict.com/answers/9522/indirect-questions Indirect questions are polite, longer forms of normal questions. For example: - Wheres the department store? - Direct question - Could you tell me where the department store is, please? - Indirect question - Whats his name? - Direct question - Do you know what his name is? - Indirect question Form Indirect questions are formed of two parts: a polite expression, and a question which has no subject/verb inversion like a normal question . For example: - Whats his name? >> - Do you know what his name is? - Indirect question Here the polite expression is "Do you know...", and the question part is "...what his name is?". Note that the subject and verb have not changed place in the question part. So if you said "Do you know what is his name?", this would be incorrect. Another example: - Whats the time? >> - Do you have any idea what the time is? - Indirect question The polite expression is "Do you have any idea...?", and the question is "...what the time is?". The question is not "...what is the time?" - you dont invert the subject and verb kike a normal question. Auxiliary Verb "To do" The auxiliary verb "to do"is used in questions when there is no other auxiliary verb. For example: - You like Chinese food. >> - Do you like Chinese food? 17 Indirect questions do not use the auxiliary verb "to do" in the main Página question. For example: - When does the next train arrive? - Direct questionUSB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  17. 17. My Portfolio of English Level V - Do you know when the next train arrives? - Indirect question - Do you know when does the next train arrive? - Incorrect Another example: - When does the restaurant close? - Direct question - Could you tell me when the restaurant closes? - Indirect question - Could you tell me when does the restaurant close? - Incorrect There are infinite ways to make indirect questions. Not all indirect questions are questions at all, rather they are polite statements which encourage some kind of response. Some common polite expressions include: - I wonder if/whether...? - I cant remember if/whether...? - Could you tell me if/whether...? - Would you mind telling me if/whether...? - Would it be possible for you to...? - Is there any chance you could...? - I dont suppose you could... - Id like to know if/whether... - I cant remember...For practice see http://a4esl.org/q/h/vm/indirectques.html 18 PáginaUSB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  18. 18. My Portfolio of English Level V Unit 3: time for a change! Enough and toohttp://www.clafoti.com/imagenes12/enough_too.htmhttp://www2.cambridge.org/interchangearcade/launch.do?activityID=359&level=2&unit=3&type=Cup_drag_and_drop&stage=1Enough goes after adjectives and adverbs...like this:adjective + enoughNo, I cant wear this. Its not big enough for me.I dont want to get married yet. I am not old enough.He is not imaginative enought I am afraid.adverb + enoughI am not working hard enough to pay the rent this year.I didnt feel well enough to go to work yesterday.We didnt drive quickly enough to get there by four.On the other hand, enough goes before nouns:noun + enoughWe dont have enough money this month.There arent enough chairs in the house for the meeting.You cant get that job. You havent enough experience. 19After enough you can say for somebody /something... PáginaWe dont have enough money for a big meal.USB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  19. 19. My Portfolio of English Level VA thousand dollars is enough money for a party....A sandwich is enough for me now.There isnt enough room for all here....You can use the infinitive with to after enough:There arent enough chairs for us to sit down...I am not old enough to drive a car.Im sorry! I am not strong enough to help you.he word too can be used in many different ways. Read the examples below andyou will get familiar with its use.This shirt is too big. I need something smaller.That car is too expensive.This shirt is too big for me. I need something smaller.That car is too expensive for us.This shirt is too big for me to wear.That car is too expensive for us to buy. 20 Página The elephant is too big, the door is not big enough.USB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  20. 20. My Portfolio of English Level V Practice 1. The wind was strong to go out that day... 2. I didnt finish my test because I dindt have time to do it! 3. This is a good jacket Mr Green. Try it on and see if it is big for you. 4. Lets go dancing. No it is late for us to go dancing today. 5. Does your friend work hard? Not at all....He is lazy to work. 6. Do you think I have qualifications to apply for the job? 7. I didnt pass the exam simply because I didnt study hard .... 8. Shall we take a picture? No, its dark outside to take a picture I am afraid. 9. Drink your tea. Well this tea is hot for me to drink just now. 10. She is just sixteen! She isnt old to get married... 11. This piano is heavy for us to move...We need help! 12. Dont stand on that chair. Its not strong to stand on. Answers too 1. The wind was strong to go out that day... enough 2. I didnt finish my test because I dindt have time to do it! enough 3. This is a good jacket Mr Green. Try it on and see if it is big for you. too 4. Lets go dancing. No it is late for us to go dancing today. too 5. Does your friend work hard? Not at all....He is lazy to work. too 6. Do you think I have qualifications to apply for the job? enough 7. I didnt pass the exam simply because I didnt study hard .... too 8. Shall we take a picture? No, its dark outside to take a picture I am afraid. too 9. Drink your tea. Well this tea is hot for me to drink just now. enough 10. She is just sixteen! She isnt old to get married... 21 too 11. This piano is heavy for us to move...We need help! Página enough 12. Dont stand on that chair. Its not strong to stand on.USB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes
  21. 21. My Portfolio of English Level V Whishttp://www.englishgrammarsecrets.com/wish/menu.phpt from what they are, that we have regrets about the present situation.  I wish I was rich.  He wishes he lived in Paris.  They wish theyd chosen a different leader.Notice that the verb tense which follows I wish is more in the past than thetense corresponding to its meaning.  Im too fat. I wish I was thin.  I never get invited to parties. I wish I got invited to parties.  Its raining. I wish it wasnt raining.  I went to see the latest Star Wars film. I wish I hadnt gone.  Ive eaten too much. I wish I hadnt eaten so much.  Im going to visit her later. I wish I wasnt going to visit her later.In the case of will , where will means show willingness we use would.  He wont help me. I wish he would help me.  Youre making too much noise. I wish you would be quiet.  You keep interrupting me. I wish you wouldnt do that.Where will means a future event, we cannot use wish and must use hope.  Theres a strike tomorrow. I hope some buses will still be running.  I hope everything will be fine in your new job.In more formal English, we use the subjunctive form were and not was afterwish.  I wish I were taller.  I wish it were Saturday today.  I wish he were here.For practice see http://www.englishgrammarsecrets.com/wish/exercise2.swfhttp://www.englishgrammarsecrets.com/wish/exercise3.swf 22 PáginaUSB Medellín. Name: Marcela Tejada Gil Teacher: Alba Nury Cardona Yepes

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