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Fame
Lesson 5d
Luis Roberto Ortiz
Would you like to be
famous? Why?
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Dancer Writer Scientist Artist
Athlete Director
Vocabulary
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What is a biography?
the story of a real person's life written by someone
other than that person
Merriam-Webster. Dictiona...
The verb Could
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What is the difference between these
sentences?
•Mary can play the piano perfectly.
•Daniel could write and read perfectly...
CAN is used when we want to express an
ability in the present while COULD is used
when we want to express an ability in th...
Affirmative
I
Could Verb in simple form
You
He
She
It
We
You
They
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Negative
I
Couldn´t Verb in simple form
You
He
She
It
We
You
They
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Questions
Was I ….. ?
Were you ….. ?
Was he ….. ?
Was she ….. ?
Was it ….. ?
Were we ….. ?
Were you ….. ?
Were they ….. ?
...
•I could speak French when I was 12.
•They couldn´t write when they were babies.
•Could you swim last summer?
•She could d...
Adjectives and Adverbs of
Manner
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Adjectives
Adjectives give us characteristics about someone
or something.
Nice
Terrible
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Adverbs
Adverbs give us a description of how something
happens.
Nicely
Terribly
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Terrible  Terrible
Terribly  Terriblemente
Nice  Amable
Nicely  Amablemente
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Adjectives
Adjectives are the same in singular or in plural.
That´s a beautiful jacket. That jacket is beautiful.
We use a...
Adverbs
We form most adverbs of manner
by adding –ly to the adjective
Quiet  quietly
Careful  carefully
Adjectives endin...
Irregular Adverbs
Good Well
Fast Fast
Hard Hard
Late Late
Early Early
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Speaking
What do you know about these famous people?
Aristotle Barack
Obama
Malala Sergey Brin and Larry Page Salvador
Dal...
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Differences between Can and Could

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Presentation related to the differences between can and could. also, the formation of sentences using could in affirmative, neagtive and questions. Finally, a brief explanation of the differences between adjectives and adverbs of manner.

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Differences between Can and Could

  1. 1. Fame Lesson 5d Luis Roberto Ortiz
  2. 2. Would you like to be famous? Why? Luis Roberto Ortiz
  3. 3. Dancer Writer Scientist Artist Athlete Director Vocabulary Luis Roberto Ortiz
  4. 4. What is a biography? the story of a real person's life written by someone other than that person Merriam-Webster. Dictionary. English. Checked from http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/biography. Web. Luis Roberto Ortiz
  5. 5. The verb Could Luis Roberto Ortiz
  6. 6. What is the difference between these sentences? •Mary can play the piano perfectly. •Daniel could write and read perfectly when he was 5. Luis Roberto Ortiz
  7. 7. CAN is used when we want to express an ability in the present while COULD is used when we want to express an ability in the past. Luis Roberto Ortiz
  8. 8. Affirmative I Could Verb in simple form You He She It We You They Luis Roberto Ortiz
  9. 9. Negative I Couldn´t Verb in simple form You He She It We You They Luis Roberto Ortiz
  10. 10. Questions Was I ….. ? Were you ….. ? Was he ….. ? Was she ….. ? Was it ….. ? Were we ….. ? Were you ….. ? Were they ….. ? Luis Roberto Ortiz
  11. 11. •I could speak French when I was 12. •They couldn´t write when they were babies. •Could you swim last summer? •She could do yoga two years ago. Luis Roberto Ortiz
  12. 12. Adjectives and Adverbs of Manner Luis Roberto Ortiz
  13. 13. Adjectives Adjectives give us characteristics about someone or something. Nice Terrible Luis Roberto Ortiz
  14. 14. Adverbs Adverbs give us a description of how something happens. Nicely Terribly Luis Roberto Ortiz
  15. 15. Terrible  Terrible Terribly  Terriblemente Nice  Amable Nicely  Amablemente Luis Roberto Ortiz
  16. 16. Adjectives Adjectives are the same in singular or in plural. That´s a beautiful jacket. That jacket is beautiful. We use adjectives before nouns and after the verb to be. I have a trendy shirt. I have trendy shirts. Luis Roberto Ortiz
  17. 17. Adverbs We form most adverbs of manner by adding –ly to the adjective Quiet  quietly Careful  carefully Adjectives ending in a consonant + -y, drop the –y and take -ily Easy  easily Adjectives ending in –le, drop the –e and take –y Terrible  Terribly Luis Roberto Ortiz
  18. 18. Irregular Adverbs Good Well Fast Fast Hard Hard Late Late Early Early Luis Roberto Ortiz
  19. 19. Speaking What do you know about these famous people? Aristotle Barack Obama Malala Sergey Brin and Larry Page Salvador Dali Luis Roberto Ortiz

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