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GOOD JOB
Luis Roberto Ortiz Guerrero
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Which was your first job?
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NEED SOME CASH?
Lesson 7A
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Do you have a bank account?
How often do you put money in it?
Do you feel safe while using ATM machines?
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Vocabulary
SAVE
DEPOSIT
REFUSE
CORRECTLY
PAY
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NEGATIVE QUESTIONS
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We use negative questions …
■ To express surprise
– Haven´t you been to the dowtown before?
■ When we expect the listener ...
How to form them?
Auxiliary verb + not +  + main verb
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QUESTIONTAGS
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QuestionTags
QuestionTags are short questions which
we put at the end of a sentence.
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QuestionTags
We use them when we are not sure
about something and when we want the
other person to agree with us.
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QuestionTags
They are formed with an auxiliary verb (am,
is, are, was, were, have, has, do, does, did,
can, could, will, e...
QuestionTags
We use a positive question tag with
negative sentences, and negative
question tags with positive sentences
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examples
You charge commission, don´t you?
But it worked before, didn´t it?
I can´t use Internet banking with this account...
Be careful!
I am a very good person, aren´t I?
Let´s go to the cinema, shall we?
Open that door, will you?
®Luis RobertoOr...
speaking
Which is your ideal job? Why?
Have you ever been rejected from a job? How do you
felt about it?
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JOB SATISFACTION
Lesson 7B
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Vocabulary
• Perks 
• Gourmet 
• Head for 
• Pleasant 
• Outings 
• Firm 
• Consider 
Company
Nice, enjoyable
Food ...
What´s the difference between…
Work Job
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What´s the difference between…
employer employee
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What´s the difference between…
company organisation
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What´s the difference between…
office deskstudy
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EXCLAMATORY
SENTENCES
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When to use them?
We use excalamtory sentences to give emphasis
to the meaning of the adjective/adverb or noun.
®Luis Robe...
How to form them?
How/so + adjective/adverb
What/such + a/an + adjective + noun
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examples
How wonderful !
What a beautiful day!
It was so funny!
He´s such an unusual man!
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CLAUSES OF RESULT
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When to use them?
We use clauses of result to express the result of an
action or a conclusion
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How to form them?
So + adjective/adverb + (that)
Such + (a/an) + (adjective) + noun + (that)
®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
examples
He was so bored (that) he left before the end of the film
It was such a hot day that we all went swimming
®Luis R...
speaking
You were offer a job were you will receive $25000 dollars per
month, however, you need to transport and distribut...
A SUCCESFUL CV
Lesson 7C
®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
Rise your hand if…
■ You have a university degree
■ You have previous work experience
■ You are fluent in more than one la...
REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS
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We use reflexive pronouns…
■ As objects of verbs when the subject and the object of the verb are the
same
– I bought mysel...
PERSONAL PRONOUNS REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS
I ME MYSELF
YOU YOU YOURSELF
HE HIM HIMSELF
SHE HER HERSELF
IT IT ITSELF
WE US OURSEL...
®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
We use by + reflexive pronoun to show that someone
does something alone, withour any help from anyone
else.
“I always pack...
PAST PERFECT SIMPLE
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When to use it?
We use Past Perfect Simple for an action which took
place before a specific point in time or another actio...
affirmative
 + had + verb in past participle
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negative
 + had+not + verb in past participle
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interrogative
Had +  + verb in PP. + ?
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example
She had already called him before she left home.
She had finished her homework by 8:00 o´clock.
The train had left...
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  1. 1. GOOD JOB Luis Roberto Ortiz Guerrero ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  2. 2. Which was your first job? ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  3. 3. NEED SOME CASH? Lesson 7A ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  4. 4. Do you have a bank account? How often do you put money in it? Do you feel safe while using ATM machines? ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  5. 5. Vocabulary SAVE DEPOSIT REFUSE CORRECTLY PAY ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  6. 6. NEGATIVE QUESTIONS ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  7. 7. We use negative questions … ■ To express surprise – Haven´t you been to the dowtown before? ■ When we expect the listener to agree with us – Don´t you want to come to the theatre before? ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  8. 8. How to form them? Auxiliary verb + not +  + main verb ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  9. 9. QUESTIONTAGS ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  10. 10. QuestionTags QuestionTags are short questions which we put at the end of a sentence. ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  11. 11. QuestionTags We use them when we are not sure about something and when we want the other person to agree with us. ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  12. 12. QuestionTags They are formed with an auxiliary verb (am, is, are, was, were, have, has, do, does, did, can, could, will, etc) and a subject personal pronoun ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  13. 13. QuestionTags We use a positive question tag with negative sentences, and negative question tags with positive sentences ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  14. 14. examples You charge commission, don´t you? But it worked before, didn´t it? I can´t use Internet banking with this account, can I? ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  15. 15. Be careful! I am a very good person, aren´t I? Let´s go to the cinema, shall we? Open that door, will you? ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  16. 16. speaking Which is your ideal job? Why? Have you ever been rejected from a job? How do you felt about it? ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  17. 17. JOB SATISFACTION Lesson 7B ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  18. 18. Vocabulary • Perks  • Gourmet  • Head for  • Pleasant  • Outings  • Firm  • Consider  Company Nice, enjoyable Food of high quality and often expensive Think about something in a particular way Short journeys usually lasting for a day Things you are offered as well as you salary Go towards ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  19. 19. What´s the difference between… Work Job ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  20. 20. What´s the difference between… employer employee ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  21. 21. What´s the difference between… company organisation ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  22. 22. What´s the difference between… office deskstudy ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  23. 23. EXCLAMATORY SENTENCES ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  24. 24. ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  25. 25. When to use them? We use excalamtory sentences to give emphasis to the meaning of the adjective/adverb or noun. ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  26. 26. How to form them? How/so + adjective/adverb What/such + a/an + adjective + noun ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  27. 27. examples How wonderful ! What a beautiful day! It was so funny! He´s such an unusual man! ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  28. 28. CLAUSES OF RESULT ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  29. 29. When to use them? We use clauses of result to express the result of an action or a conclusion ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  30. 30. How to form them? So + adjective/adverb + (that) Such + (a/an) + (adjective) + noun + (that) ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  31. 31. examples He was so bored (that) he left before the end of the film It was such a hot day that we all went swimming ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  32. 32. speaking You were offer a job were you will receive $25000 dollars per month, however, you need to transport and distribute illegal substances (NOT DRUGS) to different states. Will you accept it? Why or why not? ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  33. 33. A SUCCESFUL CV Lesson 7C ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  34. 34. Rise your hand if… ■ You have a university degree ■ You have previous work experience ■ You are fluent in more than one language ■ You are computer literate ■ You have a driving license ■ You have good people skills ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  35. 35. REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  36. 36. We use reflexive pronouns… ■ As objects of verbs when the subject and the object of the verb are the same – I bought myself an expensive pair of shoes ■ As objects of prepositions when the object of the preposition is the same as the subject of the verb – He never talks about himself ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  37. 37. PERSONAL PRONOUNS REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS I ME MYSELF YOU YOU YOURSELF HE HIM HIMSELF SHE HER HERSELF IT IT ITSELF WE US OURSELVES YOU YOU YOURSELVES THEY THEM THEMSELVES ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  38. 38. ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  39. 39. We use by + reflexive pronoun to show that someone does something alone, withour any help from anyone else. “I always pack my things by myself.” ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  40. 40. PAST PERFECT SIMPLE ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  41. 41. When to use it? We use Past Perfect Simple for an action which took place before a specific point in time or another action in the past.The Second action is in Past Simple ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  42. 42. affirmative  + had + verb in past participle ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  43. 43. negative  + had+not + verb in past participle ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  44. 44. interrogative Had +  + verb in PP. + ? ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero
  45. 45. example She had already called him before she left home. She had finished her homework by 8:00 o´clock. The train had left by the time we arrived to the station. ®Luis RobertoOrtiz Guerrero

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