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ENGLISH A1 UNIT 1 "NICE TO MEET YOU."

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ENGLISH A1
Unit 1 "Nice to meet you."

Introduce
Yourself

Spelling
The Verb Be
Hello, My name is ...
What's your name?
(I'm ...)
Reading
Listening
Sometimes, it is necessary to clarify information such as the correct spelling of a person's name.
Practice
Find a person in the classroom and ask him/her the following questions:
Vocabulary
To introduce ourselves and other people it is very important to use a verb that refers to the person.
The verb
be
is used to refer: identity, marital status, state, age, to express qualities, to indicate location or profession.
Contractions of the
verb to be (positive)
What's your name?

How do you spell that?
You

are
a person.
She

is
young.
I
'm
18 years old.
She
's
from Paris.
It
's
delicious.
The verb
be
can also be used in the negative form. Look at he following examples.
He
is
not a teacher
.
I
am not

a
Nurse. I
'm

a
Doctor.
Amber
is not

a
Waitress, she
is

an
Actress.
Practice
Popular names in the United Kingdom.
Grammar
My

name is...
Her

name is ...
His

name is ...
THE ALPHABET
single
married
VOCABULARY
Greetings
GRAMMAR
I

am

Jennifer.
He

is
English.
It

is
a parrot.
You
're
in class.
He
's
fast.
http://www.bradleys-english-school.com/online/flashmultiplechoice/mc_amisare.html
7 Facts about English language
Contractions of the
verb to be (negative)
http://www.montsemorales.com/gramatica/Benegative.htm
Reading
https://en.islcollective.com/resources/printables/worksheets_doc_docx/reading_comprehension_verb_to_be/verb-patterns-jobs/39576
Thanks
for
coming!
You
aren't
at home.
She
isn't
boring.
He
isn't
happy.
It
isn't
an orange.
CULTURE
GRAMMAR.-
YES/NO QUESTIONS
VOCABULARY
NUMBERS 0-10
LISTENING
READING
Four Corners, p.12
SPEAKING
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1nZhqIxL0-ioaF08qsKTiQS1D2ChDicfIhOf3s6NBxrg/edit
Why should you learn English?
Turismo(tourism)
: principales destinos turísticos, Estados Unidos, Gran Bretaña y Australia.
Medios(media)
: Gran cantidad de películas, música y libros de todo el mundo están en Inglés.
Internet
: Conocer el idioma facilita el uso de Internet, ya que la mayoría de la información almacenada en todo el mundo y las páginas web están en Inglés.
Negocios(business)

Enseñanza Superior(Higher Education)
: En los distintos ámbitos universitarios de Gran Bretaña, Estados Unidos, Canadá, Australia, Nueva Zelanda y Singapur, que atraen a la mayoría de estudiantes internacionales, el principal idioma de enseñanza es el inglés.
English is the language of some of the world’s greatest literature.
If you learn English, you’ll be able to enjoy works by some of the world’s most famous writers, in the language in which they were intended to be read or heard. E.g. The works of Shakespeare.
English allows you to attend international conferences and events.
English is a fantastic intellectual challenge!
English is undoubtedly one of the harder languages to learn. Full of nuances, unexpected pronunciations, odd rules and infuriating exceptions to rules, it takes dedication and perseverance to reach a good level of fluency. If you’re on the lookout for a new challenge, learning English may be just what you’re after.
English Pronunciation
Linking: Consonant to Vowel
American Accent
Practice
Greetings and farewells
Shake hands
Slap hands
Wave your hands
Bow
Kiss
Hug

Hello/hi .
How are you?
I’m fine thanks. And you?
Not too bad, thanks.
Goodbye/bye .
See you !
Good morning
Good afternoon
Good evening
Good night
Sleep well

R
E
A
D
I
N
G

What's your last name (surname)?
What's your nickname?
Are you ...
or
Titles
Mrs.
for a married woman
Miss
for single women
Mrs. Smith
Miss Smith
Ms.
title for women
(formal situation and in business)
Ms. Smith
Mr.
for all men
Mr. Smith
Which one is wrong?
Mr. Robin Smith
Mr. Robin
Mr. Smith
When you're walking in public and you don't know someone but you want to talk in a formal way:
Excuse me _______

Sir Ma'am
Mister Miss
http://conjugador.reverso.net/conjugacion-ingles-verbo-to%20be.html
I am
You are
We are
They are
She is
He is
It is
I am
Miss Smith
single
happy
20 years old
intelligent
at work
a secretary
https://www.teachingenglish.org.uk/article/phonemic-chart
Phrases
SPEAKING
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1Mo5w5tT5TooGfHZABSMc1XNJLMKWRaKhwGo2z_WwAu8/edit
Introduction to Articulatory Phonetics (Consonants)
American English Consonants -
IPA - Pronunciation -
International Phonetic Alphabet
American English Vowels - IPA - Pronunciation - International Phonetic Alphabet
American English Diphthongs - IPA - Pronunciation - International Phonetic Alphabet
English Grammar in Use
p.14-15
Possessive adjectives
Four corners, p. 7
Writing
"My name"
Four Corners, p. 13
WRAP-UP
Four Corners, p.14
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