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B09
e-resources
e-videos
e-exams
e-readings
e-workbook
ALP
Work in groups of 3 to create
a conversation that integrates
some of grammar, vocabulary,
and speaking strategies of 2 of
the units covered in the course, and compares the features of 2 products, restaurants, stores.
Include visuals in your
presentations.
1 Jobs - Information on the Internet
2 Working at the Bank
3 The Cat
4 Into the Garbage
5 The Lost Feast
7 Shopping on the Internet
8 Pedestrian Safety
10 Medicine
11 My Scrap
12 The Greatest Gift
e-readings
Let's Eat
Foods we like
Eating well
Word Bank
fry
bake
boil
grill
saute
[sowtéy]
roast
steam
What's
ceviche
like?
café
coffee shop
coffee house
bakery
steakhose
cafeteria
bar and grill
diner
sushi bar
pub
snack bar
food court
Pronunciation
Stressed words give rhythm to the English language. In English, you stress content words. The words that carry meaning such as verbs,
adjectives, adverbs, nouns, question words, and negative contractions.
Dogs chase cats.
3
A
B
2
1
C
Tells his/her story
in minutes
Retells the
story in minute
retells
the story in
minutes
Listen
carefully
t
The dogs chase the cats.
The dogs will chase the cats.
The dogs will be chasing the cats.
The Healthiest Lifestyle
in the World?
Writing
What's the best street-food in town? What's its name? Where is it located? What's the food like? What are the service and prices like? Which is their tastiest dish? What is it made of ? What else can you say about the place? Do I need a reservation if I want to go?
Unsolved Mysteries
What a coincidence!
Mysteries of the World
Letter reunites lovers
Vocabulary
All About Me
colleage
coworker
client
customer
associate
partner
classmate
teammate
roommate
ex-...
neighbor
in-law
Nowadays, everybody sends text messages to each other, right?
envelope
reunite = unite again
retell = tell again
You'll read tomorrow what I read yesterday.
We have to say "said" because he says so.
You should always use the base
form of a verb after a modal.
Modals for
present
possibility
Listening
A: How do you think these
people know each other?
B: I think they are (noun).
Maybe they (verb).
your "in laws" are your husband's or
wife's father, mother, sister or brother,
and you refer to them as
° father in law ° mother in law
° brother in law ° sister in law
A "routine" is something you do everyday
A "habit" is a behavior that may be good or bad
No, ...
Yes,...
Do you...?
Are you...?
Try to remember the name of the person that wrote
the sentence
Simple present
Subj + Base form
Aux: do, does 4 Qs.
don't, doesn't 4 Ns.
Present Continuous
Subj + {be + (verb + ing)}
My list
Mario
Richard
Maria Fe
A: Who is Mario?
B: He is one of my best friends.
We studied together in school.
What about you? Who is ...?
A: What do you think she is doing now?
B: She's probably studying in the U.S.
because she got a better score in
her TOEFL exam.
baseball
soccer
basketball
football
tennis
}
practice
A:Did you get a good grade in Basic 8?
B:Of course! I always get excellent grades.
A:Really!! How much did you get?
B:I really can't remember.
My English class meets
everyday for 90 minutes.
I failed = I didn't pass

I was failing = I wasn't passing
A: How are you doing in your school?
B: I'm doing fine. Im getting good grades.

I'm doing so-so / I'm not doing so good.
I'm not getting very good grades.

A: Are you taking any special classes?
B: Yes I'm ...

Not now, but I took...
http://www.visualthesaurus.com/
In "business" contexts
associate = partner
In "social" contexts,
a partner is the man or
woman you are with
Past Tense
Regular verbs form their past tense
adding "ed" or "d" to its base form.
Irregular verbs do not form their past
tense by adding "ed" or "d". Don't
forget to use the auxiliaries "did" or
"didn't" in questions and negative
statements.
I remember my first...
COMMUNICATION
worksheet 1A
Things in common
Worksheet 1B
Did you take the bus today?
To give feedback
Read your partner's paper.
After reading, tell your partner what you
think about his / her memories.
Now, make suggestions to make your
partner's writing better.
ways to cook
fried
baked
boiled
grilled
sautéed

roasted
steamed
adjectives
WAYS
COOK
to
Peruvian
Street - food
Sentence Stress and Rhythm
Food you can buy on the street.
&
marinate
marinated
Places to eat or drink
something
barbecue restaurant
fish & shellfish
Spelling Rules
Superlative Adjectives
One-syllable adjectives add
"the" and "est"/ "st".
sweet the sweetest.
green the greenest.
small the smallest.
Two-syllable adjectives that
end in unstressed syllables
add "the" and "est" / "st"
quiet the quietest.
simple the simplest.
Two-syllable adjectives that
end in "y", change "y" for "i"
and add "the" and "est.
funny the funnniest
spicy the spiciest
Three-syllable adjectives add
"the most"
delicious the most delicious
expensive the most expensive
Spelling Rules
Comparative Adjectives
One-syllable adjectives
add "er"
sweet sweeter.
green greener.
small smaller.
Two-syllable adjectives
that end in unstressed syllables add "er"
quiet quieter.
simple simpler.
Two-syllable adjectives
that end in "y", change
"y" for "i" and add "er".
funny funnnier
spicy spicier
Two-syllable adjectives
that end in "ing", "ed"
"ious" or "ful" add "more"
famous more famous
crowded more crowded
Three or more syllable adjectives
add "more"
delicious more delicious
relaxing more relaxing
S P E A K I N G
A strategy is
a plan or action
to reach a goal.
[iy]
ɛ
[3]
[ey]
[3]
[3]
don't say "I'm having a car"
say "I have a car"
To compare:

A: What's the opposite of...?
B: I think it's...
A: I think you're...(right/wrong)
S P E A K I N G
A strategy is a plan
or action to achieve
a goal
Talking about possibilities
A: Look at that! Pedro is studying.
B: I bet that he has a test soon
.
A: Why is Mary wearing a dress?
B: Perhaps she is going to a party.
A: I doubt that. Today is Wednesday.
B: Maybe she is going to a
wedding, then.
1st
e-reading
2nd
e-reading
Final
Exams
ALP
Reading
Quiz
ALP
1st. day
of class
30
31
Holiday
I usually have coffee, but I'm drinking tea these days.
He always cooks here, but he's working in Mistura, now.
Things that happen
regularly.
Things that happen
temporarily.
What does she do?
Where do you work?
When does he have lunch?
What are you doing these days?
What are you working on, now?
Why is he leaving?
Does he study?
Does your brother work?
Do you get up early?
Are you doing anything special these days?
Is she staying at your house?
Are they coming?
I went to Cusco. I didn't go to Arequipa.
He ate anticuchos, but he didn't have ceviche.
You studied basic 8 last month.
What did you do yesterday?
Did you buy anything?
Did he study for the exam?
Communication
Reading
Yearbooks in the U.S.
I have English class everyday for 90 minutes.
A: Why do people go to...?
B: They go there to (verb)...
A: What do they learn?
B: They learn to (verb)
To compare:
She's a/an ...., and
she/her...
Work individually
to create a presentation that compares three products. Use visual aids in your presentations.
ALP
ALP
You know, most first times are
usually memorable. Right?
W R I T I N G
A: What food is (adj)?
B: I think that (food)
is (adj)
A: Would you like to try ____?
B: Yes, I would / No, I wouldn't.
A: Why?
B: Because it looks...(vocab)
Let's have...
Why don't we go...
How about having...
What about going...
Making Suggestions
Alan is older than Ollanta
Lima is bigger than Trujillo
Ipods are better than Galaxies
Ollanta is younger than Alan.
Trujillo is smaller than Lima.
Galaxies aren't better than Ipods
COMMUNICATION
Compare the restaurant itself.
The new Veronica is cleaner than the old Veronica.
Compare people.
The waiter and waitress in the new Veronica look more cheerful than in the old Veronica.
Compare characteristics.
The floor in the old restaurant is dirtier than in the new Veronica.
Come and see the new Veronica.
It's bigger and better than...
Besides, the service is...
Also, the portions are..., but the
prices are..
Finally, enjoy our... because...
Radio Ad
Eating Well
increase
diets
benefits
protect against
lifestyle
balanced diet
healthy diet
strict diet
cut back on
eat out
eliminate
habits
plenty of
disease
unhealthy diet
traditional diet
A: What's (superlative) food in your list.
B: (Superlative) food in my list is...
What about you? What's (superlative)...
A: I think that (superlative)...
Pontu is the most popular
Chinese restaurant in Lima.
Fruit and vegetables are the
healthiest foods you can eat.
This is the easiest grammar off all.
Icpna teachers are the best.
Icpna students are the best, too.
Peruvian food is the most delicious.
Do you think you
are a lucky person?
Do you ever do
things for good luck?
I play the cajón.
I know how to cook.
I work with wood.
hear heard
meet met
take took
know knew
write wrote
get got
lose lost
find found
read read
think thought
Look at that!
Jaimito is running to his house.
Why is Jill crying?
Communication
explanations
mysterious
solves
mystery
figure out
theories
prove
make sense
investigating
explain
solution
proof
Are there any mysteries
associated to full moon nights?
Mysterious
Artwork
Who do you think made them?
Modals never
change
What do many scientists
think about these images?
What do others believe?
B: The (mystery)
may
might
could
be (explanation)
A: What do you think
about the (mystery)?
A: Or it (modal) be (another possibility)
IMPORTANT DATES
Jan 4
1st. Day
Jan 11
Jan 18
Jan 25
Feb 1
Feb 8
Feb 15
ALPs & RQ
Feb 22
Final Exams
1st. e-reading
2nd. e-reading
Extra
Let's get started
Making Small Talk
What's small talk?
To talk about
unimportant things
Learning with others
Do you learn when you talk to different people?
How do you learn better?
How do you learn more?
Reading?
Looking at
pictures?
Listening
to music?
Interacting
with others?
Do you learn English
when you're not in class?
Which statements below do you think its members believe?
People should...
a) serve food slowly.
b) eat no fast or instant food.
c) learn to prepare their own meals.
d) grow food slowly and carefully.
Appetizers
Entreés
Desserts
Drinks
Name..............................................$..........
Our restaurant's name is...
Here, you can find (superlative) appetizers
like...and... . Besides, you can also find
(superlative) entrées and (superlative)
desserts. Finally, enjoy (superlative) drinks.
Our prices are not (superlative) but they
aren't (superlative). Come nd visit us at...
separate
took a chance
unfortunately
luckily
by accident
good luck
lucky
worked out
missed a chance
on purpose
Have you ever sent a message
that was never received?
I bet that + subj + verb...
Subject + probably + verb...
Perhaps + subj + verb
Saying something is likely
To disagree that it is likely
I doubt that + subj. + verb
These verbs are not normally
used in the progressive form.
S t a t i v e V e r b s
The dog is smelling the flowers
They're thinking
They are having fun!
Thinking
Possession
Emotions
Senses
agree
disagree
doubt
imagine
realize
recognize
remember
suppose
keep
owe
possess
adore
dislike
(not) mind
prefer
value
want
feel
touch
A:Tell your story to a partner.
B: Listen carefully to your partner
and try to explain what happened.
Use expression to express possibility.

When my family and I want to eat
(street food) we go to (location)
You can find (superlative) (name
of food) there. (Continue...)
Alternatives to start writing
The best street food that I know is
(name). It's (location)... You can eat
(superlative) (name of food) there.
(Continue...)
...he may be late for a class.
...he could have a test.
He's running because...
...he might want to catch the bus.
They are laughing because...
...they may be watching a comedy.
...they could be playing charades.
.. they may be crazy.
tastes + (adj)
Uses of "Taste"
tastes like + (noun)
This dessert tastes delicious. In fact, it tastes like banana.
This coffee is terrible. It tastes like feet.
The steak is jucy, and it tastes like pachamanca.
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