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2. expressions, days of the week & numbers

Presentación que forma parte del Curso de Inglés Conversacional - Conversational English Course (CEC), nivel A1

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2. expressions, days of the week & numbers

  1. 1. EXPRESSIONS, DAYS OFTHE WEEK & NUMBERSZavarce Idiomas, F.PCEC Level: A1
  2. 2. EXPRESSIONSZavarce Idiomas, F.PCEC Level: A1ENGLISH SPANISHNice to meet you Mucho gustoIt was nice meeting you Fue un placerHello / Hi HolaHow are you? ¿Cómo estás?Fine, thank you Bien, graciasGood morning Buenos díasGood afternoon Buenas tardesGood evening Buenas nochesBye / Goodbye Chao
  3. 3. Zavarce Idiomas, F.PCEC Level: A1ENGLISH SPANISHCome on, let s go Anda, vámonosSee you tomorrow Hasta mañanaSee you on Monday Hasta el LunesYes / No / Please Si, No, Por favorThanks / You’re welcome Gracias / A la ordenPardon me? ¿Cómo dice?Here you are Aquí tieneI’m sorry / sorry Lo sientoWhat’s your name? ¿Cómo te llamas?My name is …… Me llamo …….How do you say? ¿Cómo se dice …….?How do you spell? ¿Cómo se escribe …….?
  4. 4. Zavarce Idiomas, F.PCEC Level: A1ENGLISH SPANISHHow do you pronounce ….? ¿Cómo se pronuncia …….?What’s …….? ¿Qué es ...…….?I think so / I don’t think so Creo que si / Creo que noReady? Listo (a)?Wait! Espera / Ya vaHurry up! ApúrateI mean O seaDon’t worry No te preocupes
  5. 5. Days of the WeekZavarce Idiomas, F.PCEC Level: A1ENGLISH SPANISHMONDAY LUNESTUESDAY MARTESWEDNESDAY MIÉRCOLESTHURSDAY JUEVESFRIDAY VIERNESSATURDAY SABADOSUNDAY DOMINGOExample: El Lunes = On MondayLos Lunes = On Mondays
  6. 6. CARDINAL NUMBERSZavarce Idiomas, F.PCEC Level: A11 ONE 11 ELEVEN 25 TWENTY-FIVE 75 SEVENTY -FIVE2 TWO 12 TWELVE 30 THIRTY 80 EIGHTY3 THREE 13 THIRTEEN 35 THIRTY-FIVE 85 EIGHTY-FIVE4 FOUR 14 FOURTEEN 40 FORTY 90 NINETY5 FIVE 15 FIFTEEN 45 FORTY-FIVE 95 NINETY-FIVE6 SIX 16 SIXTEEN 50 FIFTY 100 ONE HUNDRED7 SEVEN 15 SEVENTEEN 55 FIFTY-FIVE 1000 ONE THOUSAND8 EIGHT 18 EIGHTEEN 60 SIXTY 1000000 ONE MILLION9 NINE 19 NINETEEN 65 SIXTY-FIVE 1 ½ ONE AND A HALF10 TEN 20 TWENTY 70 SEVENTY
  7. 7. ORDINAL NUMBERSZavarce Idiomas, F.PCEC Level: A11ST FIRST 11TH ELEVENTH 21ST TWENTY-FIRST2ND SECOND 12TH TWELFTH 22ND TWENTY-SECOND3RD THIRD 13TH THIRTEENTH 23RD TWENTY-THIRD4TH FOURTH 14TH FOURTEENTH 24TH TWENTY-FOURTH5TH FIFTH 15TH FIFTEENTH 25TH TWENTY-FIFTH6TH SIXTH 16TH SIXTEENTH 26TH TWENT-SIXTH7TH SEVENTH 15TH SEVENTEENTH 27TH TWENTY-SEVENTH8TH EIGHTH 18TH EIGHTEENTH 28TH TWENTY-EIGHTH9TH NINTH 19TH NINETEENTH 29TH TWENTY-NINTH10TH TENTH 20TH TWENTIETH 30TH THIRTIETH
  8. 8. Zavarce Idiomas, F.PCEC Level: A1Absolutely YES!- To rank something or somebody:It is the 2nd best brand of the market / She is the 1st in her class- To say dates:My birthday is on June 6th / My birthday is on the 6th of June- To name streets, institutions, etc- I love 5th Avenue in Manhattan / My account is in the 1st National Bank

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