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Diapositivas de Ingles 2° semestre

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Unit 11
Lengua Extranjera
Jaqueline Barragán Morfín
2 "A1"
Lenguage Practice
Did
you
go
any where on vacation?
What
did
you
do
?
Where
did
you
stay
?
Who
did
you
go
with?
Yes, I
did.
I
went
to Hawaii.
No, I
didn't
. I
stayed
home.
I
went
to the beach.
I
stayed
in a nice hotel.
I
went
with my sister.
Unit 7
The red dress is
cheaper than
the black one.
The black dreess is
n't as cheap
as the red one.
The black dress is
more expensive than
the red one.
The red dress is
n't as expensive as
the black one.
Which one is
cheaper
? The red one
good
better
bad
worse
* What
's
she
like
?
*What
does
she
look like
?
*Who does she
look like
?
She
looks like
Julia Roberts.
She
's
tall and good-looking.
She
has
long, curly red hair.
She
's
smart, funny, and confident.
Unid 9
*Where can I
go
in Mexico City?
*
Can
I
buy
interesthings there?
Yes, you
can
. No, you
can´t.
You
can go
to the Zona Rosa
*What
can
I
do
there?
*What else
can
I
do
there?
You
can buy
cool things.
You
can eat
good food.
Unid 10
There's a
bank nex door.
There isn't a
bank around here.
Is there a
bank in the neighborhood?
Ye,
there is. There's one
across the street.
No,
there isn't.
There are some
bokstores doentown.
There aren't any
bookstores around here.
Are there any
bookstores around here?
Yes,
there are.
No,
there aren't.
Unid 12
Lenguage Practice
Are
you
going to go
train?
Is
she
going to ride
a motorcycle?
What
are
you
going to do
?
How
are
you
going to get
there?
How long
are
you
going to stay
?
Yes, I
am
No, I
'm not.
Yes she
is
No, She
isn't.
I'm
going to see
my friends.
I'm
going to take
a bus.
I'm
going to stay
for two days.
Lenguage practice
Grammar
Comparative adjetives: forms and spelleng rules
Whe use a comparative adjective when we compare two people or things
We often use than after the adjetive.
I'm looking for a after a
cheaper
sweater.
I'm
taller than
you.
Old shoes are
more comfortable
than new shoes
We form comarative adjetives en 3 ways:
1. For most adjetives with one syllable, we add -er.
sick
sicker
small
smaller
A few short adjetives haves have spcial spelling
Spelling rules: short adjetives
For short adjetives that end in -e, add -r.
For short adjectives that end in one vowel and one consonant, double the consonant and add -er.
For short adjetives that end in -y, change the -y to -i and add -er.
nice
nicer
big
bigger
fat
fatter
happy
happier
lazy
lazier
2. For most adjetives with two or more syllables, we use mare + adjective.
stylish
more stylish
comfortable
more confortable
3. A few adjetives have a special form.
good
better
bad
worse
Lenguage practic
Unid 8
Grammar
Which one is cheaper?
What's she like?
Be like vs. look like
To ask about personality, we use what + be + like.
To answer, we use be + personality adjetives.
What's Liz like?
What's Paul like?
She's smart and serius.
He's funny and smart.
To ask about apperance we use:
1. What + do + look like
To answer, we use be + adjetives for appearence or have + word for physical features.
What
does
Ben
look like
?
What
does
Meg
look like
?
He
's
short and heavy.
She
has
blue eyes.
2. who + do + look like
To answer, use look like + a person.
Who
does
he
look like
?
Who
do
they
look like
?
He
looks like
Matt Damon.
They
look like
their father.
Be like: wh-questions
What am I
like
?
you
What are we
like
?
they
he
What is she
like
?
it
Look like: wh-questions

What
Who


What
Who

do



does
I
you
we
they

he
she
look like
?
it
look like
?
What can you do there?
Lenguage practice
Grammar
Using cand and can't
We use the helping verd can:
1. to talk about possibility
We
can visit
the museum today. It's open.
2. to talk about ability
I
can't swim
.
Can
you
speak
Spanish?
3. to ask for and give permission
Can
I
come
in?
You
can go
home now
4. to make requests and offers
Can
I
have
a sandwich, please?
Can
I
help
you?
We usually use the contraction can't in negative short answers.
Afirmative staments
I
You
He
She
can speak
English.
It
we
They
Negative Estaments
I
You
He
She
It
We
They
Cannot speak
can't speak
French.
Yes/No questions
Can
I
you
he
she
it
we
they
sing
?
Short answers
Yes, you
can
.

Yes, I
can
.

Yes, he
can
.

Yes, she
can
.

Yes, it
can
.

Yes, we
can
.

Yese, they
can
.
No, you
cannot
./No, you
can't
.

No, I
cannot
./No, I
can't
.

No, he
cannot
./No, he
can't
.

No, she
canno
t./No, she
can't
.

No, it
cannot
./No, it
can't
.

No, we
cannot
./No, we
can't
.

No, they
cannot
./No, they
can't
.
Is there a bank near here?
Lenguage Practice
Grammar
There is vs.there are and some vs. any
We use there is/there are to say that something exists (or doesn't exist).
There's
a new restaurant in my neighborhood.
There isn't
one good store around here.

We use there is with singular nouns, and there are with plural nouns.
There's
a new movie at the theater.
There are
three new restaurants in town.
We often use some before plural nouns.
There are
some
good cafe in town. (some = a few)

We often use any before plural nouns in negative
There aren't
any
movie theaters around here.
Are there
any
shoe stores around here?
Yes/no questions
Is there
a bank in town?
Are there
any banks in town?
Short answers
Yes,
there is
. No,
there isn't
.
Yes,
there are
. No,
there aren't
.
Did you have a good time?
Grammar
The simple past: statements and questions
We use the simple past for complete actions in the past
Where
did
you
go
last week?
Did
you
go
by train?
We
visited
Montreal.
No, we
didn't
. We
drove
.
We add- ed for the simple past of regular verbs. For negative statements and cuestions, we use the helping verb did.
Spelling rules: regulalr verbs
visit + ed visited
miss + ed missed
talk + ed talked

love + d loved
hate + d hated

study -y + ied studied
try -y + ied tried

stope double
consonant + ed stopped
Affirmative statements
I
You
He
She
walked
to school.
It
We
They
Negative statements
I
You
He
She Walk to school.
It
We
They
did not
didn't
Yes/No questions
you
he
she
it
we
they
Did stay?
Short answer
I
he
she
it
we
they
Yes,
did.
I
he
she
it
we
they
No,
did not.
didn't
.
I'm going to go by car
Grammar
Be going to
We use be going to:
1. to talk about future plans.
I'm going to travel this weekend.
We're going to take a vacation next year.
2. in predictions about the future
Look at those dark clouds! It's going to rain.
We can't get there in five minutes. We're going to be late.
Afirmative staments
I



You
We
going to
study.
They

He
She
It
am
'm


are
're


is
's
Negative statements
I
am not
'm not

You
are not

We
aren't

going to
watch TV
They
're not

He
is not
She
isn't
It
's not
Yes/No questions
you
Are
we
going to
study?
they

he
Is
she
going to
study?
it
Short answers
Yes, I
am
. No, I
am

not
./No,
I'm not
.
Yes, we
are
. No, we
are not
./No,
we aren't
.
Yes, they
are
. No, they
are

not
./No,
they are't
.

Yes, he
is
. No, he
is not
./No, he
isn't
.
Yes, she
is
. No, she
is not
./No, she
isn't
.
Yes, it
is
. No, it
is not
./No, it
isn't
.
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