UNIT 1
ENGLISH AROUND THE WORLD
English Around the World
The expression English around the world
refers to the international nature of English.
It is the ...
Completing an online registration
First Name: Guillermo Last Name: Vázquez
Country: Mexico E-mail Address: memovazz@hotmai...
DID YOU KNOW THAT…
• Facebook was founded by Mark Zuckerberg and his
two roommates in 2004, while they were students at
Ha...
Cognates
(Loanwords or loan words)
Words borrowed from a donor language and
incorporated into a recipiet language.
Useful questions
• Can you help me?
• Can you speak more slowly?
• How do you say that in English?
• Can you spell that?
•...
be—statements
Affirmative
I am
You are
He is
She is
It is
We are
They are
The verb to be
Negative
I am not
You are not
He ...
be—statements
Affirmative
I’m
You’re
He’s
She’s
It’s
We’re
They’re
Contractions of the verb be
Negative
I’m not -- I amn’t...
I am Jorge, I’m 7 years old. I am
from Victoria city. I am not a bad
student.
He’s Justin Bieber, he is from Canada
and he is 19 years old.
She is Francisca, she’s from Mexico
and she’s 65 years old. She isn’t my
mom.
They are Mario and Fernando
Almada, they are from Sonora and
they’re 90 years old. They aren’t
singers, they’re actors.
I am Goku, I am not from planet Earth, I am
from planet Vegeta and I am 18 years old,
envious people will say this is pain...
Yes/no questions of verb be
Yes, + Affirmative full form. Short form
No, + Negative full form///Negative short form.
Are y...
The alphabet
A B C D E F
G H I J K L
M N O P Q R
S T U V W X
Y Z
Using polite language
Excuse me
Thank you
Thanks
Thank you very much
You’re welcome
Please
ORDINAL NUMBERS
We use ordinal numbers to count the things or
events in ORDER.
John arrived to the classroom at 4, then Sa...
Ordinal numbers
In English, we use ordinal number for dates.
ORDINAL NUMBERS
1st
2nd
3rd
4th
be—information questions
Or WH questions are questions that we use for getting more specific
information instead of only a...
Listening to a voicemail message
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English around the world

  1. 1. UNIT 1 ENGLISH AROUND THE WORLD
  2. 2. English Around the World The expression English around the world refers to the international nature of English. It is the main language used in the United States, Canada, U.K., Australia, South Africa, and many other countries around the world, but it is also the language which speakers of other languages use to communicate with each other, be it for business or pleasure.
  3. 3. Completing an online registration First Name: Guillermo Last Name: Vázquez Country: Mexico E-mail Address: memovazz@hotmail.com Username: Memovazz Telephone Number: 834 148 58 66 Password: ********* Security Question When is your birthday? July 21, 1981
  4. 4. DID YOU KNOW THAT… • Facebook was founded by Mark Zuckerberg and his two roommates in 2004, while they were students at Harvard University. Membership to the site has now been extended to anyone over the age of 13, and there are nearly 200 million users worldwide. It has estimated revenues of over $300 million.
  5. 5. Cognates (Loanwords or loan words) Words borrowed from a donor language and incorporated into a recipiet language.
  6. 6. Useful questions • Can you help me? • Can you speak more slowly? • How do you say that in English? • Can you spell that? • Can you repeat that? • What does that mean?
  7. 7. be—statements Affirmative I am You are He is She is It is We are They are The verb to be Negative I am not You are not He is not She is not It is not We are not They are not Interrogative Am I? Are you? Is he? Is she? Is it? Are we? Are they?
  8. 8. be—statements Affirmative I’m You’re He’s She’s It’s We’re They’re Contractions of the verb be Negative I’m not -- I amn’t You aren’t -- You’re not He isn’t -- He’s not She isn’t -- She’s not It isn’t -- It’s not We aren’t -- We’re not They aren’t – They’re not
  9. 9. I am Jorge, I’m 7 years old. I am from Victoria city. I am not a bad student.
  10. 10. He’s Justin Bieber, he is from Canada and he is 19 years old.
  11. 11. She is Francisca, she’s from Mexico and she’s 65 years old. She isn’t my mom.
  12. 12. They are Mario and Fernando Almada, they are from Sonora and they’re 90 years old. They aren’t singers, they’re actors.
  13. 13. I am Goku, I am not from planet Earth, I am from planet Vegeta and I am 18 years old, envious people will say this is paint.
  14. 14. Yes/no questions of verb be Yes, + Affirmative full form. Short form No, + Negative full form///Negative short form. Are you Sarah Connor? Yes, I am. No, I am not.// No, I’m not. Is he from New York? Yes, he is. No, he is not.// No, he isn’t. Is Ana a doctor? Yes, she is. No, she is not.// No, she isn’t. Is the cat two years old? Yes, it is. No, it is not.// No, it isn’t. Are John and Mike friends? Yes, they are. No, they are not.// No, they aren’t. Are they from Denver? Yes, they are. No, they are not.// No, they aren’t. Are you from Victoria city? Yes, we are. No, we are not.// No, we aren’t.
  15. 15. The alphabet A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
  16. 16. Using polite language Excuse me Thank you Thanks Thank you very much You’re welcome Please
  17. 17. ORDINAL NUMBERS We use ordinal numbers to count the things or events in ORDER. John arrived to the classroom at 4, then Sarah arrived at 4:05 and finally Greg arrived at 4:09. John arrived first (1st) Sarah arrived second (2nd) Greg arrived third (3rd)
  18. 18. Ordinal numbers In English, we use ordinal number for dates.
  19. 19. ORDINAL NUMBERS 1st 2nd 3rd 4th
  20. 20. be—information questions Or WH questions are questions that we use for getting more specific information instead of only a yes or not. WH questions: What – for things. What is your name? What is your last name? Where – for places. Where are you from? Where is the party? When -- for dates. When is your birthday? When is the party? How -- age/manner. How old are you? How are you? How do you spell that? Why -- reason. Why are you happy? Why is he sad? Who -- people. Who is your teacher? Who is she?
  21. 21. Listening to a voicemail message

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