INGLES I Guía 2do Periodo

Guide 2nd Term

ESTUDIAR / Completar la siguiente Guía             «NO es necesario ENVIAR NADA»

                                «GUIDE ENGLISH SECOND TERM»

 COMPLETE THE NEXT VOCABULARY WITH EXAMPLES

 

I.-   Stages of life.                      VIII.-  Materials.                       XV.-  Verb + noun collocations.

II.-   Jobs and places of work.   IX.-    Americana.                    XVI.- Sense adjectives.

III.-  Experiences.                      X.-   Adverbs of manner.         XVII.-Opposite adjectives.

IV.-  Sports.                               XI.-  Collocations.

V.-   Art and crafts.                   XII.- Toys and electronics.

VI.-  Accessories.                      XIII.-   Animals.

VII.- Process verbs.                   XIV.-   Foods.

 

 

WRITE 3 SENTENCES WITH EACH EXAMPLE

(try to use different persons, different verbs,

 if you could made them in positive, negative, interrogative)

 

a)  Review main verbs form.                                       Infinitive,-s form, past, continuous, participle.

 b)  To talk about unfinished activities.                       Present perfect.

 c)  To ask about the duration of unfinished activity.  Present Perfect and How long.

 d)  To talk about experiences in an unfinished time.  Present perfect for experiences ever/never.

 e)  To talk about unfinished time period vs experiences in a finished time period.

                                                                                    Present perfect vs past simple.

 f) To talk about temporary present activities, plans and predictions.

To be with present continuous & going to.

 g) To describe a person or a thing.                             Defining Relative Pronouns and Clauses.

 h) To focus in the action.                                            Present passive.

 i) To focus in the action in past.                                  Past passive.

 j) To say who did the action(the agent)                      By in passive structures.

 k)To talk about ability and possibility.                       Can/ can’t

 l) To express past ability and possibility.                     Could/couldn’t.

 m) To use verbs in different forms.                             Infinitive and gerunds.

 n) To talk about general truths.                                  Zero conditional.

 o) To talk about future arrangements or plans.          Present continuous.

 p) To describe a state or a passive condition.             Stative and dynamics verbs.

 q) To talk a large quantity.                                           Much/many/a lot, a few/a little.

 r) To express the action happened earlier than now/may not have happened so far.

                                                                                     Already and yet.

 s) To describe what we see, smell, touch, taste and hear.  Sense verb.

 t) To describe adjectives.                                             Too, very and enough.