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Frequency words
Review with your coach the following frequency adverbs
Always

Usually

Sometimes

From time to time

Seldom

Never

Once a week
Twice a week
Thrice a week

2 times a week
3 times a week
How often do you....
visit La Pradera?
Example:
Simple Present
Let's review the simple present in third person
For verbs that end in -O, -CH, -SH, -SS, -X, or -Z we add -ES in the third person.

go - goes
watch - watches
For verbs that end in a consonant + Y, we remove the Y and add -IES.
apply - applies
supply - supplies
For verbs that end in a vowel + Y, we just add -S.

play – plays
say – says
What did you do yesterday?
SMALL
TALK
READING
Technique
FUN
Time
S1
S2
DISCIPLINE CHECK
COMPETITION
AUTOMATIC
Fluency
READING
Comprehension
Subject + Verb in past
Form:
I checked
You checked
She checked
He checked
It checked
We checked
They checked
I did not check
You did not check
He did not check
She did not check
It did not check
We did not check
They did not check
Did I check?
Did you check?
Did he check?
Did she check?
Did it check?
Did we check?
Did they check?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
NEGATIVE FORM:
I DID NOT CHECK OR I DIDN'T CHECK

SIMPLE PAST
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.

ED ending
RULES
RULE

1
If the last letter of the word ends in a voiceless sound the "ED" sounds as /T/
RULE

2
If the last letter of the word ends in a voiced sound the "ED" sounds as /D/
RULE 3
If the last letter of the word ends in "T" or "D" the ed sounds as /ID/
Your coach will explain to you the ED ending rules.
LISTENING
TIME
His name is Edson do Nascimento. He
was born
in Mina, Brasil in 1947. He
was considered
the best soccer player of his time. He
scored
more than 900 goals.
One day when he
was
little, he
was practicing
and a soccer team recruter
saw
him playing, they
told
him to play for them. He
practiced
everyday and he
got
better. He
was very talented
, he
was eating
healthy,
doing
excercise and one day he
played
his first professional match.
He
won
a lot of matches. He also
received
the Best Player of the year three times. He
participated
in four World Cups and
raised
the trophy with his country Brasil. He
was very loved
by all the world and then he
became
the president of FIFA, but he
got fired
.
Now he
is training
a little team of soccer in Brasilia.

1) When and where was Pele born?
2) How did he start his career in soccer?
3) What did Pele accomplish in his career?
4) What is Pele doing now?

Write down the answer to the following questions about Pele´s life, then get ready to share your answer
Remember:
- In regular verbs you just add ED at the end.
- In irregular verbs the verb strutucture changes or keeps the same.
http://www.eslfast.com/begin2/b2/b2001.htm
Listen twice to the following routine about getting ready to work, then get in couples and share your answer, some people will come to the front.
1.
How did he look in the mirror?
2.
What was the first thing that he did?
3.
What happened when he was shaving?
4.
What did you understand from the audio?

Pronunciation
REVIEW
Practice with your coach the "v/b" sound, then make sentences using these words
born
back
begin
vents
vowel
vest
bRavery
divide
avoid
avenge
acrobat
blueberry
acrobat
succumb
upclimb
climb
proverb
bathtub
"v/B" in the middle of the word
"v/b" at the beginning of the word
"v/b" at the end of the word.
He was
b
orn with a
v
est in his chest. His
v
owel was
b
ack in the
b
eggining.
I was
b
rave, divided myself in two, a
v
oided
b
ad situations, a
v
enged my mother and I was acro
b
at.
I succum
b
to her charms, upclim
b
the mountain, and follow the prover
b
.
EXAMPLE:
I WAS JUMPING WHEN SHE CAME
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Subject
+
Verb to be (in past)
+
Present participle (ing)
+
linking word (when)
+
subject
+
verb in past
Form:
I was jumping
You were jumping
He was jumping
She was jumping
It was jumping
We were jumping
They were jumping
I was not jumping
You were not jumping
He was not jumping
She was not jumping
It was not jumping
We were not jumping
They were not jumping
Was I jumping?
Were you jumping?
Was he jumping?
Was she jumping?
Was it jumping?
Were we jumping?
Were they jumping?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
PAST PROGRESSIVE
Past progressive is a tense used to express that an action happened before OR was interrupted another action in the past.
Grammar
Test
Translate
Translate the following sentences from spanish to english
1. Estaba corriendo cuando te vi.
2. Estabamos cenanado cuando paso.
3. Iba al cine, pero estaba lleno.
4. Era un buen jugador de futbol.

1. Divide the class in groups. (3 maximum) And choose someone to go to the front.

2. Your Coach will give a character to one of the group leaders.

3. Students will ask yes or no questions until guessing the character.

Example:
1. is he white? Yes
2. Is he a singer? No
3. Is he an actor? Yes
4. Is he in mission impossible? Yes
5. is he tom cruise? Yes!
Have fun and race against your other classmates
Famous Character
RECOVERY
TIME
Warm up practicing the following question with a partner.
Your coach will read the first paragraph about Pele´s life, then get in couples and practice reading, get ready to do it infront of the class
Wh questions
What...?
Where...?
When...?
Who...?
Which...?
Why...?
Who...with...?
How...?
Listen to the example, pay attention to fluency and melody, then practice the question for today.
AUTOMATIC
Fluency
Linking words:

To begin with, first, then, later, and, after, of course, indeed, in fact, later on, to continue
30 seconds non-stop,
8 sentences
1 mistake
Get in couples and Practice the question for today using the tense you learned.
1. Tell me about yourself
GOAL:
Open more your mouth
Voice Projection
Intonation
Review the stars, Goal and Melody, When you go to the next slide, you will hear an example for the question: Tell me about yourself
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