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1. VOCABULARY


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3. GRAMMAR


TO BE
I am
I'm not
Am I...?
You are
You aren't
Are you...?
He is
He isn't
Is he...?
She is
She isn't
Is she...?
It is
It isn't
Is it...?
We are
We aren't
Are we...?
You are
You aren't
Are you...?
They are
They aren't
Are they...?

TO HAVE GOT
I have got
I haven't got
Have I got...?
You have got
You haven't got
Have you got ...?
He has got
He hasn't got
Has he got ...?
She has got
She hasn't got
Has she got ...?
It has got
It hasn't got
Has it got ...?
We have got
We haven't got
Have we got ...?
You have got
You haven't got
Have you got ...?
They have got
They haven't got
Have they got ...?

VERBS WITH DO / DOES
I work
I don't work
Do I work ...?
You work
You don't work
Do you work ...?
He works
He doesn't work
Does he work ...?
She works
She doesn't work
Does she work ...?
It works
It doesn't work
Does it work ...?
We work
We don't work
Do we work ...?
You work
You don't work
Do you work ...?
They work
They don't work
Do they work ...?



ADJECTIVES:

Adjectives are words that describe nouns and pronouns.
Adjectives answer the questions:
What kind?
red nose
gold ring
How much?
more sugar
little salt
Which one?
second winner
those pencils
How many?
several chairs
seven books

There are five kinds of adjectives:
1.
Common adjectives describe nouns or pronouns.
strong child / green plant / beautiful girl
2.
Proper adjectives are formed from proper nouns.
California vegetables (from the noun "California") / French wine (from the noun "Mexico")
3.
Compound adjectives are made up of more than one word.
teenage person
4.
Articles are a special type of adjective. There are three articles: a / an (indefinite articles), the (definite article, because it refers to a specific thing).
a boy / an elephant
the child
5.
Indefinite adjectives don't specify the specific amount of something.
all, another, any, both, each, either, few, many, more, most, neither, other, several, some




ORDER OF ADJECTIVES
1 adjective:

Tom is tall.
2 adjectives:

Tom is tall and handsome.
3 adjectives:

Tom is tall, handsome and friendly.



Order of adjectives:
1. articles
the, a

2. ordinal number
first, second, third, last

3. cardinal number
one, two, three, four

4.a: opinion
handsome, beautiful, good, bad, nice, intelligent, stupid, interesting, sweet

4.b: size
tall, big, large

4.c: age
old, young

4.d: shape
round, square

4.e: temperature
hot, cold

5. colours
green, blue, red

6. origin, nationality
French, Mediterranean

7. material
wooden, plastic

8. purpose
a running shoe

9. noun
cigarette

Do these activities to practice the order of adjectives:
· http://www.usingenglish.com
· http://www.tolearnenglish.com/exercises/exercise-english-2
· http://www.englishexercises.org
· http://www.learnenglishfeelgood.com
· http://learnenglish.britishcouncil.org
· http://www.tolearnenglish.com
· http://perso.wanadoo.es
· http://imparareinglese.com



4. LISTENING


Remember this vocabulary to describe people's personality:
(very / quite) adventurous
(very / quite) calm / domestic


(very /quite) affectionate

tierno /a

(very /quite) altruistic

altruista

(very /quite) amusing

divertido /a

(very /quite) attentive

atento /a

(very / quite) calm
(very / quite) nervous / emotional


(very / quite) clever



(very / quite) confident
(very / quite) nervous / unconfident


(very /quite) considerate

considerado /a

(very /quite) curious

curioso /a

(very /quite) discreet

discreto /a

(very / quite) easygoing
(very / quite) demanding


(very / quite) energetic
(very / quite) unenergetic / lazy
dinámico /a
vago /a
(very / quite) extrovert
(very / quite) shy / introverted
extrovertido /a
tímido /a , introvertivo /a
(very / quite) friendly
(very / quite) unfriendly


(very / quite) funny
(very / quite) unfunny / serious


(very / quite) generous
(very / quite) mean / stingy
generoso /a
tacaño /a
(very / quite) (a) good listener
(very / quite) (a) bad listener


(very / quite) dreamy

soñador /a

(very / quite) happy
(very / quite) unhappy / miserable /sad
feliz
triste
(very / quite) helpful
(very / quite) unhelpful


(very / quite) honest
(very / quite) dishonest


(very / quite) hospitable

hospitalario /a

(very / quite) intelligent



(very / quite) kind
(very / quite) unkind


(very / quite) nice

simpático/a

(very / quite) open

abierto /a

(very / quite) optimist
(very / quite) pessimistic / a pesimist
optimista
pesimista
(very / quite) passionate

apasionado /a

(very / quite) patient
(very / quite) impatient
paciente
impaciente
(very / quite) persevering

perseverante

(very / quite) pleasant

amable

(very / quite) polite
(very / quite) impolite / rude

grosero /a
(very / quite) responsible
(very /quite) irresponsible
responsable
irresponsable
(very / quite) secure
(very / quite) insecure
seguro /a
inseguro /a
(very / quite) serious
(very / quite) lazy


(very / quite) sensible

sensato /a

(very / quite) sensitive

sensible

(very / quite) sincere

sincero /a

(very / quite) smart



(very / quite) sociable
(very / quite) unsociable / shy


(very / quite) sympathetic

compasivo /a

(very / quite) talkative
(very / quite) quiet
hablador /a
callado /a
(very / quite) tidy
(very / quite) untidy


(very / quite) unassuming




(very /quite) ambitious

ambicioso /a

(very /quite) arrogant

arrogante

(very /quite) ashamed

avergonzado /a

(very /quite) cowardly

cobarde

(very /quite) indignant

indignado /a

(very /quite) naughty

travieso /a

(very /quite) hypochondriac

hipocondríaco /a

(very /quite) resigned

resignado /a

(very /quite) show-off

presumido

(very /quite) snowed under

agobiado /a

(very /quite) stressed

estresado /a

(very /quite) touchy

susceptible
good-tempered
bad-tempered


decisive
indecisive


Remember this vocabulary to describe people's physical appearance:
slim
overweight
long dark hair
short dark hair
tall
short
pretty
ugly
attractive
unatractive

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cheeky (descarado)
faithful (fiel)
humble (humilde, honesto)
lively (vivaz, alegre)
outgoing (extrovertido)
tidy (pulcro, arreglado)
rude (grosero, irrespetuoso)
unpleasant (desagradable, antipático)
untidy (desarreglado)


People describe each other


ravising = encantador
artsy = artístico
hyper = super
annoying = insoportable
determined = decidido
caring = cariñoso






Actividades para usar los adjetivos terminados en -ing y -ed:
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FAMILY




5. PRONUNCIATION


Remember that you learnt this in Basico 1: Pronunciation - Third person singular sounds

/p/, /t/, /k/, /f/, /θ/ +
(unvoiced consonants)
/s/

stops /ps/
eats /ts/
cooks /ks/
laughs /fs/
vowels, /b/, /d/, /g/, /v/, /l/, /r/, /m/, /n/, /ŋ/ +
(voiced consonants)
/z/

plays /iz/
goes /uz/

grabs /bz/
lids /dz/
digs /gz/
loves /vz/
fails /lz/
comes /mz/
earns /nz/
/s/, /z/, /ʒ/, /dʒ/, /ʃ/, /x/, /tʃ/ +
/iz/

places /siz/
chooses /ziz/
judges /dʒiz/
washes /ʃiz/
watches /tʃiz/
fixes /xiz/





Activities:
· Third person singular "s" pronunciation
· Third person ending



6. SPEAKING


Questions to ask for the physical appearance:
LOOK LIKE:
physical appearance
· What does he/she look like?
He is tall and thin and wears glasses.




LOOK LIKE:
whom someone resembles
· Who do you look like, your mum or your dad?
· Who does he/she look like?
She looks like her mother.
LOOK LIKE:
whom someone resembles
· Do you look like your brother/sister?
Yes, I do.




LOOK ALIKE:
similar appearance
· Do John and Jane look alike?
Yes, they do.




Yes/No questions (have):

· Does she have curly hair?
No, she has straight hair.




HOW (be):
physical appearance
· How tall is he/she?
She is six foot five.




HOW:
physical appearance
· How would you describe your own physical appearance?
I am tall.




HOW

· How is he/she?


Questions to ask for the character or personality:
WHAT (like):
character/personality
· What is he/she like?
He is shy.


· What is his/her personality like?
She is hard-working.




HOW

· How is he/she?


Questions to ask for the physical appearance and character or personality:
HOW (look):
physical and character
· How does he look?
He looks tired / nervous.




HOW:
physical or character
· How do you describe yourself?
I am tall. I am extrovert.

Questions to ask for the what people like:
WHAT (like):
likes and interests
· What does he/she like?
She likes talking, reading and eating pizza.







to be like & to look like:

What does he look like?
(physical appearance)
He is tall.
What is he like?
(personality)
He is very inteligent.

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