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Level 1: Units 6-13

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Transcript of Level 1: Units 6-13

Unit 6
Unit 7
Unit 9
Unit 10
Unit 12
Unit 8
Level 1: Units 6-13
Grammar
Routines: Simple Present
I get up at 6 am
I take a shower
I have breakfast
I go to work
+ V + ( )
My mom gets up at 6 am
She takes a shower
He, She, It, singular
I, You, We, They, plural
V (s)
I
don't
work on Sunday.
She
doesn't
study here.
Do
you work?
Does
your father drive a car?
Vocabulary
Routines
Have breakfast
Go on the internet
Do Homework

Drive a car
More routines on p. 36-41 (book and workbook)
Listen to music
Go shopping
Do the laundry
Take a walk
Family
Grandparents
Parents
Children / Siblings
House or Apartment?
Do you live in a house?
Do you live by yourself?

Do you have your own room?
Does your house have a yard?
Yes, I do/ No, I don't
Yes, she does / No she doesn't
Yes, it does / No, it doesn't.
Furniture
check the vocabulary on p. 46
There is / There are
Singular: There is a // There is no

Plural: There are # // There are some // There are a lot of
What can you see in this bedroom?
Occupations :D
p. 50
What?

Where?

How...like?
info
What do you do?
Where do you work?
How do you like it?
I'm a ____
I work in ____
I love it// It's ok // I hate it
stressful
relaxing
boring
exciting
easy
difficult
dangerous
safe
What do you remember?
Count:
These words can be singular or plural.
Ex: an apple, 5 apples

Non-Count:

These words are only singular.
Ex: milk, sugar, yogurt, etc.
any: ?, -




some: +
Do we need
any
milk to make spaghetti?
No, we don't need
any
milk.



We need
some
butter and cheese.
What do you need to make your favorite food?
Answer the questions
What do you usually have for breakfast?

Do you ever eat breakfast at school/work?

What time do you usually eat lunch?

What do you have for dinner?

Do you always drink milk in the morning?
Frequency adverbs
Always
Usually
Often
Sometimes
Hardly ever
Never
Do you ever have fish for breakfast?
Yes, I
always
eat fish in the morning.
Sometimes
, I eat fish for breakfast
No, I
hardly ever
have fish for breakfast.
No, I

never
eat fish for breakfast.
No, I
always
have picadas for breakfast
Verb
What sports do you play?
What sports do you dislike?
How often do you exercise?
Where do you exercise?
Who do you play sports with?
When do you play?
EXERCISE
play soccer
play tennis
do yoga
go to the gym
go jogging
do karate
hike /
go hiking
play basketball
More vocabulary on p. 68
Abilities: Can ______?

Yes, can
No, can't
Parts of the body
Find this unit's vocabulary on p.78
What's the matter/ What's wrong?
I have
the flu a fever a cold
How are you? // How do you feel?


I feel sick / I don't feel well ----> I'm sorry to hear that
That's too bad





I feel better // I feel ok ---> I'm glad to hear that
That's good
Common medication
Advice / Recommendations
Call a doctor
Drink a lot of water
Take cough syrup
Apply muscle cream
Get some rest
Don't eat ice cream
Don't worry
etc.
Linda:
Joe
What's wrong?
Lily
What's the matter?
What's the matter?
Unit 13: You can't miss it
Places
Movie Theater
Swimming Pool
Park
Supermarket
Store
Restaurant
Fast Food Place
Laundromat
Gym
Location
On (street)

Between (street) and (street)
Between (place) and (place)

On the corner of (street) and (street)

Across from (place)

Behind (place)

Near (place) // Far from(place)
There is a market
on
Second Avenue

The market is
between
the post office and the school
The market is
on
second street
between

Oak and Park street.


The library is
on the corner of
Park street and Second Avenue

The show store is
across from
the mall

The video store is
behind
the post office


Las Americas mall is
near
the Language Center
Nuevo Veracruz is
far from
the Language Center



Directions
Walk up ____ street
Turn right

Turn left

It's on your right /left

You can't miss it
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