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Gen 29 2013

Countries and Nationalities

Idioma: anglès
Nivell:A1  (nivell 1)
Destresa: Vocabulari

Objectives: The main goal is to learn some countries of the world and the nationalities.

Task: Observe the following examples and complete the exercises.

countries and nationalities

 


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Des 04 2012

Future simple: Will (‘ll)

dioma: anglès
Nivell:A1  (nivell 1)
Destresa: gramàtica

Objectives: The main goal is to learn the future simple.

Task: Look at these charts and complete the exercises.

 


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Nov 22 2012

IN / AT / ON

 

Idioma: anglès
Nivell:A1  (nivell 1) i A2 (Nivell 2)
Destresa: gramàtica

Objectives: The main goal is to learn how to use these prepositions (in/at/on).

Task: Read the explanation about the use of these prepositions and complete the following exercise.


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Nov 22 2012

Reading a postcard

Posted in A1 (nivell 1), Anglès, Lectura |

Idioma: Angles
Nivell:   A1 (Nivell 1)
Destresa: Comprensió lectora

Objective: This activity will improve your reading comprehension and learn how to write about a specific topic.

Task: Mary is a girl who is visiting London. She sends a letter to his best friend Peter. Read the postcard and answer the exercises attached.

 

 


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Nov 20 2012

Contractions

Idioma: anglès
Nivell:A1  (nivell 1)
Destresa: gramàtica

Objectives: The main goal is to identify and use contractions in English.

Task: Read the explanation about the use of contractions in English and complete the following exercise.

Grammar:

English contractions are usually used in spoken English, but not in formal written English. However, written English is becoming more informal (emails, notes to friends, etc.)

Each of the following English contractions includes their full form and an example s provide context for understanding.

 

Positive Contractions

 

Verb to be: am, is, are = -‘m / -‘s / -‘re.

I’m visiting my parents.

She’s pregnant.

They’re my friends.

 

Future: will = -‘ll

I’ll go to Berlin.

We’ll play football tomorrow.

 

Verb “have” in present tense = -‘ve / -‘s.

I’ve been to Ireland many times.

You’ve got one brother.

She’s pretty.

Note: in third person singular the contraction used is –‘s rather than –‘ve.

 

Verb “have” (in past tense) and “would” = -‘d.

I would better go to the doctor = I’d better go to the doctor.

You had been working for two hours = You’d been working for two hours.

She would prefer to meet you later = She’d prefer to meet you later.

They had eaten their lunch = They’d eaten their lunch.

 

Negative Contractions

Here you have a list of  negative contractions used in English:

 

aren’t = are not

can’t = can not

couldn’t = could not

didn’tdid not
doesn’tdoes not
don’tdo not
hadn’thad not
hasn’thas not
isn’tis not
mustn’tmust not
needn’tneed not
shouldn’tshould not
wasn’twas not
weren’twere not
won’twill not
wouldn’twould not

Here you have a list of  common contractions in English:


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Nov 15 2012

Adjectives describing personality

 

Idioma: anglès
Nivell:A1  (nivell 1)
Destresa: Vocabulari

Objectives: The main goal is to learn adjectives to describe people’s personality.

Task: Observe the following examples and complete the exercise.

 

Vocabulary:

Look at these images in order to understand the meaning of these adjectives:

 


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Nov 15 2012

Singular and plural nouns

Idioma: anglès
Nivell:A1  (nivell 1)
Destresa: gramàtica

Objectives: The main goal is to know how to make a singular noun plural.

Task: Read the explanation about how to make plural nouns and complete the exercise.

Grammar:

  • To make a singular noun plural, add –s:

Pencil –> Pencils

Door –> Doors

Tiger –>Tigers

 

*Notes:

a)     If the word ends in -ch, -sh, -x or -s, add –es:

Watch –> Watches

Dish –> Dishes

Box –> Boxes

Adress –> Adresses

 

b)    If the word ends in y, change to –ies:

Baby –> Babies

Study–> Studies

Lady –> Ladies

 

c)     Irregular plurals. Here are some examples:

Foot –> Feet

Tooth –> Teeth

Woman –> Women

Man –> Men

Child –> Children

Mouse –> Mice

Person –> People

Deer –> Deer

Sheep –> Sheep

Fish –> Fish (-es)


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Nov 15 2012

Reading a Letter: My family

Posted in A1 (nivell 1), Anglès, Lectura |

Idioma: Angles
Nivell:   A1 (Nivell 1)
Destresa: Comprensió lectora

Communicative Objective: This activity will improve your reading comprehension and learn how to write about a specific topic.

Task: Albert Breathnack is a boy who writes you a letter. He wants to talk about his family. Read the text and answer the questions attached.

 

 


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Nov 15 2012

Subject and object pronouns

Idioma: anglès
Nivell:A1  (nivell 1)
Destresa: gramàtica

Objectives: The main goal is to learn the difference between subject and object pronouns and how to use them.

Task: Read the explanation about subject and object pronouns and complete the following Exercise.

Grammar:

*(Open this image)

 

  • The subject is the person (or thing) doing the action:

I go to the cinema once a week.

She listens to music every day.

They watch TV on Mondays.

 

  • The object is the person or thing receiving the action:

You saw her at school.

He telephoned me.

We went to the supermarket with him.

 


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Nov 10 2012

Countable and uncountable nouns

Idioma: anglès
Nivell:A1  (nivell 1)
Destresa: gramàtica

Objectives: The main goal is to learn the difference between countable and uncountable nouns.

Task: Read the explanation about countable and uncountable nouns and complete the exercise.

 

Grammar:

 

  • Countable nouns are things that can be counted:

a table, two computers, three folders

  • Uncountable nouns cannot be counted as one, two, three, etc:

Water, milk, information,

 

In order to count these things, the expressions as a litre of, a kilo of and a cup of are used.


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