CSI: COLOUR - SYMBOL - IMAGE

After being asked what do you like and dislike the students produced the following vocabulary. See pdf.

CSI
Vocabulary produced by the students of the first day of school.
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STW: SEE - THINK - WONDER

After watching the pictures below students produced the following vocabulary. See pdf.

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SURVEY

APPROACHING THE TEXT BOOK

  1. We open the text book in page 4 and 5.
  2. We read the entry of the blog "About us" in page 5.
  3. We talk about ourselves following the same example in "About us".
  4. We answer the text questions.
  5. We find if any of us is from another country. We locate their country on the map.
  6. HOMEWORK: We write 5 to 10 lines about ourselves following the same example as in "About us".

EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES

We go to this link:

https://edl.ecml.at/

  1. We have a look at several games ant try them out.
  2. We choose the five games that we like the most.
  3. We write two phrase or sentences of each game stating which game have them.
  4. We explain why we chose those games.
ACTIVITY FOR THE EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES
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DICTATION: PETS

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UNIT ONE

HOMEWORK: TEXT BOOK EXERCISES

HOMEWORK: NOTEBOOK EXERCISES

HOMEWORK 1: ABOUT YOU (WRITING)

HOMEWORK 2: YOUR FAMILY TREE

HOMEWORK 3: PET DICTATION

HOMEWORK 4: PLAN OF YOUR HOUSE

 

EXAM:

PARTS OF THE HOUSE

FICHAS ADAPTACIONES

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VOCABULARIO 25 VERBOS IMPORTANTES

NÚMERO

INGLÉS

ESPAÑOL

PRESENTE

PASADO

CLASIFICAC

1

Ask

preguntar

ask, asks

asked

Regular

2

Be

ser o estar

am, are, is.

was,

Irregular

3

Call

llamar

call, calls

called

Regular

4

Come

venir

comes, come

came

Irregular

5

Do

hacer

do, does.

did

Irregular

6

Feel

sentir

feels, feels

felt

Irregular

7

Find

encontrar

find, finds

found

Irregular

8

Get

tomar

get, gets

got

Irregular

9

Give

dar

give, gives

gave

Irregular

10

Go

ir

go, goes

went

Irregular

11

Have

tener

have, has.

had

Irregular

12

Know

saber, conocer

know, knows

knew

Irregular

13

Leave

dejar

leave, leaves

left

Irregular

14

Look

mirar

look, looks

looked

Regular

15

Make

hacer

makes, makes

made

Irregular

16

Say

decir

say, says

said

Irregular

17

See

ver

see, sees

saw

Irregular

18

Seem

parecer

seem, seems

seemed

Regular

19

Take

tomar

take, takes

took

Irregular

20

Tell

decir

tell, tells

told

Irregular

21

Think

pensar

think, thinks

thought

Irregular

22

Try

intentar, tratar

try, tries

tried

Regular

23

use

usar

use, uses

used

Regular

24

Want

querer

want, wants

wanted

Regular

25

Work

trabajar

work, works

worked

Regular

 

ADJETIVOS

NÚM.

INGLÉS

ESPAÑOL

NÚM.

INGLÉS

ESPAÑOL

1

Happy

Feliz

26

Sad

Triste

2

Pretty

Hermosa

27

Handsome

Guapo

3

Hungry

Hambriento

28

Thirsty

Sediento

4

Good

Bueno

29

Bad

Malo

5

Awake

Despierto

30

Asleep

Dormido

6

Tidy

Ordenado

31

Messy

Desordenado

7

Hot

Caliente

32

Cold

Frío

8

Clear

Claro

33

Dark

Oscuro

9

Clean

Limpio

34

Dirty

Sucio

10

Beautiful

Hermoso

35

Ugly

Feo

11

Early

Temprano

36

Late

Tarde

12

Full

Lleno

37

Empty

Vacío

13

False

Falso

38

True

Verdadero, cierto

14

Sweet

Dulce

39

Bitter

Amargo

15

Thin

Delgado

40

Fat

Gordo

16

Disgusting


Asqueroso

41

Delicious

Delicioso

17

Short

Bajo

42

Tall

Alto

18

Big

Grande

43

Small

Pequeño

19

Caro

Expensive

44

Barato

Cheap

20

Slow

Lento

45

Fast

Rápido

21

Strong

Fuerte

46

Feeble

Débil

22

Hard

Duro

47

Soft

Blando

23

Boring

Aburrido

48

Interesting

Interesante

24

Kind

Amable

49

Rude

Descortés

25

Open

Abierto

50

Closed

Cerrado

 

SOME (ALGUNOS) / ANY (NINGUNOS)

USAMOS some  Y any  CUANDO NO QUEREMOS ESPECIFICAR CUÁNTAS  PERSONAS O COSAS HAY. SE USAN PARA PLURALES YA QUE SI HUBIERA UN SOLO ÍTEM,  SE ESPECIFICARÍA.

  • There is one man crossing the river.
  • There are some cats next to the window.

 

GENERALMENTE SOME ES PARA FRASES EN AFIRMATIVO Y ANY EN NEGATIVO.

  • Some cars got wet (Algunos coches se mojaron)
  • She hasn't got any coins (Ella no tiene monedas) Se sobreentiende que ninguna.

 

NO TRATAMOS AQUÍ LAS EXCEPCIONES.

 

UN CASO DUDOSO:

  • PEOPLE: EL SUSTANTIVO PEOPLE (GENTE) ES PLURAL.
    • ENTONCES--> PEOPLE ARE...; SOME PEOPLE LIKE...; MANY PEOPLE GO...
  • PERSON => PERSONA (UNA SOLA)
  • PERSONS = PEOPLE => GENTE (VARIAS PERSONAS)
    • PERSONS SE USA POCO. MEJOR USAR PEOPLE.

NACIONALIDADES Y PAÍSES

Elige 5 países y 5 nacionalidades. Escribe la pronunciación figurada de la foto (que en algunos casos no es correcta) según el SISTEMA FONÉTICO INTERNACIONAL, que tienes en tu libro de texto.

SUBJECT AND OBJECT PRONOUNS

Mira el siguiente vídeo:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XUIL5mFH5y4

 

En tu libro de texto en el tema 2 tienes un ejercicio de OBJECT PRONOUNS.

Copia el contenido de la tabla en tu cuaderno.

Tabla:

SUBJECT PRONOUNS

Son pronombres, o sea, sustituyen a un nombre.

Son el sujeto.

El sujeto es la persona o cosa que realiza la acción del verbo.

 

Yo (Juan) leo. (I read)

Tú (María) comes (You eat).

Él (el perro) salta. (It jumps).

OBJECT PRONOUNS

Reciben la acción del sujeto.

Nunca son sujeto. Son objeto directo o indirecto. Tienen que estar porque son obligatorios, por eso se llaman objetos gramaticales.

El objeto recibe la acción del verbo.

 

Es para mí (It is for me)

(Él dijo a tí→ Él te dijo a tí) He told you

(Tú) Dales (a ellos) de comer (Feed them)

 

 

I

ME

YOU

YOU

HE

HIM

SHE

HER

IT

IT

 

 

WE

US

YOU

YOU

THEY

THEM

 

 

 

 

Realiza estos ejercicios sin mirar las soluciones:

Tienes que pinchar en el enlace e ir bajando.

https://www.gingersoftware.com/content/grammar-rules/pronouns-2/subject-pronouns/

https://www.gingersoftware.com/content/grammar-rules/pronouns-2/object-pronouns/