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1 Unit 1 New friends The Warehouse Beginners Class

2 1A WHATS YOUR NAME? Tuesday, September 04, 2012

3 Whats your name? ¿Cómo te llamas? Whats your name? My name is _______. Nice to meet you. You too. Whats your name? My name is _______. Nice to meet you. You too. Dialogue – Whats your name? – My name is _________. – Whats your name? – My name is _________. – Nice to meet you. – Nice to meet you too. Dialogue – Whats your name? – My name is _________. – Whats your name? – My name is _________. – Nice to meet you. – Nice to meet you too.

4 How are you? ¿Cómo estás? How are you? Im fine thanks. And you? Im OK thanks. Adjetivos para describir ánimo – I´m fine Estoy bien – I´m OK Estoy bien – I´m great Estoy genial – I´m awesome! Estoy fantástico! – I´m sad Estoy triste – I´m tired Estoy cansado

5 Introducing People Presentado a Gente 3 people: Ana, Sara and David – David: Ana, this is Sara. – Sara: Hello Ana, nice to meet you. – Ana: Nice to meet you too Sara. 3 people: Ana, Sara and David – David: Ana, this is Sara. – Sara: Hello Ana, nice to meet you. – Ana: Nice to meet you too Sara. Grupos de tres: 1ª persona: ______ this is _______. 2ª persona: Hello _______, nice to meet you. 3ª persona: nice to meet you too _______. Grupos de tres: 1ª persona: ______ this is _______. 2ª persona: Hello _______, nice to meet you. 3ª persona: nice to meet you too _______.

6 Saying Goodbye despidiéndose Lucy: Goodbye Miki. Miki: Bye Lucy. See you soon. Lucy: Yes, see you. Lucy: Goodbye Miki. Miki: Bye Lucy. See you soon. Lucy: Yes, see you. En parejas: 1ª persona: Goodbye _________. 2ª persona: Bye _______. See you soon. 1ª persona: Yes, see you.

7 Numbers 0-12 números Zero /ˈzɪr.oʊ/ 1 One /wʌn/ 2 Two/tuː/ 3 Three/θriː/ 4 Four/fɔːr/ 5 Five/faɪv/ 6 Six/sɪks/ 0 Zero /ˈzɪr.oʊ/ 1 One /wʌn/ 2 Two/tuː/ 3 Three/θriː/ 4 Four/fɔːr/ 5 Five/faɪv/ 6 Six/sɪks/ 7 Seven/ˈsev.ən/ 8 Eight/eɪt/ 9 Nine/naɪn/ 10 Ten/ten/ 11 Eleven/ɪˈlev.ən/ 12 Twelve/twelv/ 7 Seven/ˈsev.ən/ 8 Eight/eɪt/ 9 Nine/naɪn/ 10 Ten/ten/ 11 Eleven/ɪˈlev.ən/ 12 Twelve/twelv/

8 Phone Numbers números de teléfono Whats your mobile number? Its Its Whats your home number? Its Whats your mobile number? Its Its Whats your home number? Its Ask your partner for his phone number? – Whats your mobile number? – Its ______________. – Whats your home number? – Its ______________.

9 1B WHERES SHE FROM? Tuesday, September 04, 2012

10 Countries países Italy Brazil Russia The USA Germany Egypt Australia Mexico Turkey The UK China Spain Italy Brazil Russia The USA Germany Egypt Australia Mexico Turkey The UK China Spain Where your you from? Im from ____________. And you, where are you from? Im from __________. Where your you from? Im from ____________. And you, where are you from? Im from __________.

11 Whats his/her name? ¿Cuál es su nombre? Pregunta a tus compañeros cómo se llaman. Apunta los nombres. Hi. I´m Megan. What´s your name? Hi. Im Isabel. Where are you from? Im from Spain. Where are you from, Megan? Im from the USA. Prepárate para presentar a tus compañeros en clase. Hi. My name is Megan. This is Isabel. She is from Spain. Hi. My name is Isabel. This is Megan. She is from the USA. Whats her name? Her name is Isabel Whats his name? His name is Mark.

12 Grammar He/She He es un sujeto en inglés. Se traduce como él. Se usa para hablar de un hombre. She es un sujeto en inglés también. Se traduce como ella. Se usa para hablar de una mujer. His/Her His es un posesivo en inglés. Corresponde a su en español. ¡Ojo! Aquí inglés tiene representación de género. His siempre indica que el dueño (en este case, el dueño del nombre) es masculino. Her es un posesivo en inglés también. Es feminino. Por ejemplo. – His name is Mark. (Su nombre es Mark). – Her name is Mary. (Su nombre es Mary).

13 1C IN CLASS Tuesday, September 04, 2012

14 The Alphabet el alfabeto A/eɪ/ B/biː/ C/siː/ D/diː/ E/iː/ F/ef/ G/dʒiː/ H/eɪtʃ/ I/aɪ/ J/dʒeɪ/ K/keɪ/ L/el/ M/em/ A/eɪ/ B/biː/ C/siː/ D/diː/ E/iː/ F/ef/ G/dʒiː/ H/eɪtʃ/ I/aɪ/ J/dʒeɪ/ K/keɪ/ L/el/ M/em/ Vowels – a, e, i, o, u and sometimes y Consonants – b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k, l, m, n, p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, y, z N/en/ O/əʊ//oʊ/ P/piː/ Q/kjuː/ R/ɑːr/ S/es/ T/tiː/ U/juː/ V/viː/ W/ˈdʌb.l̩.juː/ X/eks/ Y/waɪ/ Z/zed//ziː/ N/en/ O/əʊ//oʊ/ P/piː/ Q/kjuː/ R/ɑːr/ S/es/ T/tiː/ U/juː/ V/viː/ W/ˈdʌb.l̩.juː/ X/eks/ Y/waɪ/ Z/zed//ziː/

15 What´s your first name? ¿cuál es tu nombre? What´s your first name please? – Megan Whats your surname? – Yoder How do you spell that? – Y-O-D-E-R Sigue el patrón que ves a la izquierda y pregunta a tu compañero: Whats your first name? Whats your surname? How do you spell that? Sigue el patrón que ves a la izquierda y pregunta a tu compañero: Whats your first name? Whats your surname? How do you spell that?

16 Things in your bag cosas en tu bolso (mochila) 1.A bag 2.A dictionary 3.An apple 4.A pen 5.A pencil 6.A book 7.A notebook 8. an iPod 9.A mobile 10.An umbrella 1.A bag 2.A dictionary 3.An apple 4.A pen 5.A pencil 6.A book 7.A notebook 8. an iPod 9.A mobile 10.An umbrella What´s in your bag? 1._________ 2._________ 3._________ 4._________ 5._________ 6._________ 7._________ 8._________ 9._________ 10._________

17 A/An We use _____ with nouns that begin with a consonant sound. We use ______ with nouns that begins with a vowel sound. We use _____ with nouns that begin with a consonant sound. We use ______ with nouns that begins with a vowel sound.

18 Classroom Language 1.Excuse me 2.What does ______ mean? 3.Im sorry, I dont understand. 4.Whats (lápiz) in English? 5.Can you repeat that, please? 6.Im sorry, I dont know. 7.How do you spell (pencil)? 1.Excuse me 2.What does ______ mean? 3.Im sorry, I dont understand. 4.Whats (lápiz) in English? 5.Can you repeat that, please? 6.Im sorry, I dont know. 7.How do you spell (pencil)? 1.Disculpa (Perdón) 2.¿Qué significa _______? 3.Perdona, no entiendo (no te sigo). 4.¿Cómo se dice lápiz en inglés? 5.¿Puedes repetir por favor? 6.Perdona, no lo sé. 7.¿Cómo se deletrea (pencil)?

19 1D PEOPLE AND THINGS Tuesday, September 04, 2012

20 People gente

21 Common Items

22 Plurals la forma plural three different patterns Can you see three different patterns when it comes to plurals? + s + es -y +ies irregular SINGLUARPLURAL A CHAIRCHAIRS A TABLETABLES A THINGTHINGS A BOYBOYS A WATCHWATCHES A SANDWICHSANDWICHES A DIARYDIARIES A BABYBABIES A MANMEN A WOMANWOMEN A PERSONPEOPLE

23 Review I, my, you, your He, his, she, her Numbers Countries Introductions Vocabulary I am Megan. My name is Megan. Her name is Ana. She is Ana. His name is Mark. He is from Ireland. Class, this is Ana. She is from Spain. In my bag I have a book, two pens, a notebook and chewing gum. I am Megan. My name is Megan. Her name is Ana. She is Ana. His name is Mark. He is from Ireland. Class, this is Ana. She is from Spain. In my bag I have a book, two pens, a notebook and chewing gum.


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