sábado, 28 de septiembre de 2013

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lunes, 23 de septiembre de 2013

Present Simple/Present Continuous

Presente Simple/ Presente Continuo




Presente simple

Presente continuo

·         Acciones habituales, rutinas.
       I always go to bed early.
·         Hechos y verdades generales.
       Oil floats on water.
·         Indicar gustos, opiniones y sentimientos.
      I like computer games.
·         Situaciones permanentes.
      Carlos works in a bank.

 

·        Acciones que ocurren en el momento de hablar.
            I’m having a bath now.
·        Planes futuros que han sido confirmados.
   She’s meeting me this afternoon.

 

Adverbios de frecuencia:

Always, usually, normally/generally, frequently/often, sometimes, occasionally, rarely/seldom, hardly ever, never
Expresiones temporales.
Every…, once a…, twice a…, three times a… + day, week, month, year.
On Monday/Saturday …



Expresiones:
Now, at the moment, today, this morning…
Look! Listen!

 



Daily Routines Vocabulary


This is what I promise to you. Some basic vocabulary related with daily routines.


I'm gonna include some chores you can learn


set the table
clear the table
cook
wash up
do the laundry
make my bed
tidy my bedroom
dust
sweep
hoover/vacuum
mop the floor
iron
clean the windows
take the rubbish out
water the plants
cut the grass


Present of the verb Have Got

Presente Have Got
Afirmativa
                                                            Contraído
I have got        yo tengo                   I’ve got
You have got     tú tienes                  You’ve got
He has got               él tiene                     He’s got
She has got      ella tiene                  She’s got
It has got         tiene                        It’s got
We have got     nosotros/as tenemos We’ve got
You have got     vosotros/as tenéis    You’ve got
They have got   ellos/as tienen          They’ve got

Negativa

                                                            Contraído
I have not got                           I haven’t got
You have not got                       You haven’t got
He has not        got                          He hasn’t got
She has not got                                She hasn’t got
It has not got                          It hasn’t got
We have not got                       We haven’t got
You have not got                       You haven’t got
They have not got                     They haven’t got

Interrogativa

                                        Respuestas cortas
Have I got?                      Yes, I have.
Have you got?                   No, I haven’t.
Has he got?             
Has she got?                    Yes, he/she/it has.
Has it got?                       No, he/she/it hasn’t.
Have we got?   
Have you got?                   Yes, you/we/they have.
Have they got?                 No, you/we/they haven’t.
*No se utiliza got en las respuestas cortas.
Complete the email. Use be and have got affirmative or negative.

Hi, my name (1) …………………… Sarah Portland. I (2) …………………… fourteen years old. I (3) …………………… from Notting Hill in London. I (4) …………………… a little brother, Luke. I (5) …………………… any sisters. My favourite sports (6) …………………… basketball and gymnastics.
My best friend is Kelly Samson. She (7) …………………… fourteen: she’s fifteen. She (8) ………………… long brown hair. She (9) …………………… any brothers or sisters.
I’m going now – it’s lunchtime, and I (10) ……………………… really hungry!


Write questions and answers about Sarah. Use be and have got.

  1. Where ……………………. from?
  2. ……………………. any brothers and sisters?
  3. ……………………. her favourite sports?
  4. ……………………. her best friend?
  5. ……………. Kelly ……………… short hair?
  6. ……………. Sarah hungry?

Put the words in the correct order to make questions using be and have got. Then write true answers.

  1. nationality/are/what/you?
  2. sisters/you/any/have/brothers/and/got?
  3. you/or/are/cold/hot?
  4. teacher/has/hair/got/your/dark?
  5. favourite/your/is/American/singer?
  6. at/school/are/the/your/teachers/nice?



Present of the verb TO BE


Presente TO BE
Afirmativa
                                                            Contraído
I am         yo soy/estoy                            I’m
You are     tú eres/estás                           You’re
He is        él es/está                                He’s
She is       ella es/está                              She’s
It is                 es/está                            It’s
We are     nosotros/as somos/estamos      We’re
You are     vosotros/as sois/estáis             You’re
They are   ellos/as son/están                    They’re

Negativa

                                                            Contraído
I am not                                           I’m not
You are not                                      You aren’t
He is not                                          He isn’t
She is not                                         She isn’t
It is not                                           It isn’t
We are not                                       We aren’t
You are not                                      You aren’t
They are not                                    They aren’t

Interrogativa

                                        Respuestas cortas
Am I?                       Yes, I am.
Are you?                   No, I’m not.
Is he?             
Is she?                     Yes, he/she/it is.
Is it?                       No, he/she/it isn’t.
Are we?   
Are you?                   Yes, you/we/they are.
Are they?                 No, you/we/they aren’t.


Utilizamos el verbo be para:

  • Presentarnos:                           I’m Steve and this is Tom.

  • Saludar:                                   Hello. How are you?

  • Disculparnos:                            I’m sorry, Dad.

  • Expresar la profesión:              We are directors.

  • Expresar la nacionalidad:          They are French.

·        Referirnos a lugares:                My parents are in Morocco.

  • Describir las cosas/personas:    It’s not very good.
My teacher is serious.

·        Expresar la edad. En español utilizamos el verbo “tener”.
My sister is 10 years old.

·        Expresar sentimientos. En español se corresponde a veces con el verbo “tener”.
I’m tired today.
I’m hungry.

·        Tiempo atmosférico. En español se corresponde a veces al verbo “hacer”.
It’s cloudy.
It’s very cold today.

·        Hora y fecha.  
It’s six o’clock.
It’s Monday.