“Going to” and Holiday Plans – Quiz tutorial

This video is for Course III students.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fLMF3mmlv9Y[/youtube]

Study Corner 7 Language Check Tutorial

This tutorial is for course V students and please watch it

before class. It will be very useful for your oral final test.

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LmPwlTuj588[/youtube]

 

                               Click on the Full Screen icon.

The Beatles Hello Goodbye (Remastered)

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HBZ8ulc5NTg[/youtube]

 

 You say yes, I say no
You say stop and I say go, go, go
Oh, no

You say goodbye and I say hello
Hello, hello
I don’t know why you say goodbye
I say hello
Hello, hello
I don’t know why you say goodbye
I say hello

I say high, you say low
You say why, and I say I don’t know
Oh, no
You say goodbye and I say hello
Hello, hello
I don’t know why you say goodbye
I say hello
Hello, hello
I don’t know why you say goodbye
I say hello

 

 

Why, why, why, why, why, why

Do you say good bye
Goodbye, bye, bye, bye, bye

Oh, no
You say goodbye and I say hello
Hello, hello
I don’t know why you say goodbye
I say hello
Hello, hello
I don’t know why you say goodbye
I say hello
hello, hello
I
don’t know why you say goodbye

I say hello
Hello
Hela, heba helloa

 

 

Spelling/ The Alphabet

Spelling means ortografía (deletrear)

 

Capital letters:   A – B – C  – D – E   …

 Lowercase letters : a – b – c – d – e …

 

Hello spelling” !  

Useful questions:

How do you spell it?

 How do you spell that?

 Can you spell that again, please?

How do you spell lápiz in English?

p – e – n – c – i – l .

How do you spell your last name?

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Multi-part Verbs

Multi-part Verbs

Algunos verbos en inglés se acompañan de una o varias

partículas (preposiciones) para expresar acciones muy

precisas y que se diferencian totalmente del significado del

verbo solitario y sin preposición acompañante.

Find means encontrar but…….

find out means averiguar.

Look means mirar but……..

look for means buscar.

Come means venir but……….

come in means entrar.

come into means entrar, ingresar.

come up with means pensar. (salir con una idea )

Get means conseguir, obtener but………

get back means regresar.

get into means ingresar en un vehículo o edificio.

get past means pasar un sitio o lugar.

get to means arrivar a – llegar a.

get together means encontrarse, juntarse.

get up means levantarse.

get down means agacharse.

Go means ir but…………..

go away means salirse, alejarse.

go through (something) means pasar (por algo, por una dificultad, requisitos, dispositivo, máquina).

go past means pasar un sitio, el banco, el almacén para llegar a una dirección.

Put means poner – colocar but…………..

put (something) on significa ponerse ( el vestido, la ropa, los zapatos, las medias, la camisa).

Take means tomar, llevar but……………

take something off means quitarse ( el vestido, la ropa, los zapatos, las medias, la camisa).

Pick means escojer but…………..

pick something up means recojer ( algo del piso, o a alguien en el carro).

Yesterday ( with lyrics )

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6-n1Ro456nA[/youtube] 

Aquí tienen la letra de la canción. Apréndansela y practiquen para cantarla en la clase.

Go + Gerund / Play / Do / Leisure Activities.

Go + Gerund / Play / Do   / Leisure and Free Time Activities.
Cuando hablamos de deportes y actividades de ocio y tiempo libre, los verbos
 
play, go y do se usan como se muestran en esta tabla guía.  Por lo general nos referimos a estas actividades en nuestras conversaciones con otras personas, utilizando oraciones  en el tiempo pasado. Así que pilas con las formas del verbo en pasado simple!

 

Verb

 

Sport/Activity

    
PLAY

   

   We use “play” in sports with teams, rules and competitions or tournaments.      

    Who did you play tennis with? I played tennis with Mark.
      We played soccer last Sunday.  

       I didn’t play rugby on Sunday.

       We played ultimate on Saturday.

      Ultimate
      Basketball
      Football
      Volleyball
      Rugby
      Tennis
      Soccer
     
 
 
 

 GO

 

  Go + Gerund  The name of the activity is the gerund form of the verb (-ing).

   

  We often go camping in the summer.

     We went camping last summer.

  They didn’t go camping last December.

      We went riding (horseback riding) on Sunday.

    She went grocery shopping this morning.

  I went swimming with my friends, yesterday.

  Who did you go dancing with?  I went dancing with Stella. 

     She’s got a new car and went driving for enjoyment.

 

 

Gerunds
      Camping
      Dancing
      Hiking
      Horse-riding
      Sailing
      Surfing
      Swimming
      Sightseeing
      Driving

Skating

Shopping  

  Grocery shopping

Cycling

 

 

DO

 

   We use “do” in all other recreational activities like karate, yoga, etc

      Many people do gymnastics in the mornings.

      I didn’t do athletics when I was at school.

      She didn’t do aerobics yesterday.

      Did she do karate when she was at school?

         Sophie does yoga with a group of friends.

        She did yoga when she was a teenager,
   

 

     
      Aerobics
      Athletics
      Gymnastics
      Judo
      Karate
      Yoga
     
 

Quizzes

Muy bien!

Después de estudiar no hay nada mejor que probar los conocimientos adquiridos con tanto esfuerzo.

Good luck!

Comparatives and Superlatives.

http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=comparatives-superlatives_1

 

How much / How many.

http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=how-many-how-much

Leisure activities / Go – Play – Do/ Free time.

http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=go-play-do-questionary

What did you do yesterday?

http://www.proprofs.com/quiz-school/story.php?title=what-did-you-do

Challenges Book 2

Select “activities”  from the menu and click on  book  2.

http://www.pearsonlongman.com/challenges/students/activities/Level2-activities.html

“ING / ED ending adjectives”

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=15khdJh1gq0[/youtube]

Comparative and Superlative – Exceptions

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-kK9jANQOyQ[/youtube]

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