Presentation on theme: "Mistakes to be avoided NB2. Making questions: Which is the price? / How much it cost? How much is it? / How much does it cost? Could you tell me where."— Presentation transcript:
Making questions: Which is the price? / How much it cost? How much is it? / How much does it cost? Could you tell me where is the theatre? Could you tell me where the theatre is? How many dollars do you change? How many dollars would you like to change? Do you spell surname? Can you spell your surname?
What kind of food do you like it? What kind of food do you like eat? What kind of food do you like (eating) ? What do you prefer dinner? What do you prefer for dinner? Do you sign here? Can you sign here, please? Is possible that my husband drive too? Can my husband drive too?
At what times is the performance? When is the performance? How much it cost the ticket? How much is the ticket? How much does the ticket cost? Can you ask me some question? Can I ask you some questions? The car includes baby seat? Does the car include a baby seat?
Only one subject per sentence I can see a woman that she is eating I can see a woman that is eating The man I see, he is running. I think is summer The man I see is running. I think it is summer Is interesting, because is a good hobby It is interesting, because it is a good hobby I think is better to go on holidays in July I think it is better to go on holidays in July
Singular/plural, Countable/Uncountable I can see a woman who is eating pop corns I can see a woman who is eating popcorn There are three childs / Three childrens (!!!) There are three children This person are in a cinema This person is in a cinema A “men” who is running (pronunciation) A man who is running
She’s wearing a dark blue shorts She’s wearing dark blue shorts There are three mens.They looks happy (!!!) There are three men. They look happy She’s got a short hair There is other child who is playing… There is another child who is playing…
Verb tenses I can see a man who runs along the park I can see a man who is running along the park A woman who is hold a glass A woman who is holding a glass I going to buy a new car I am going to buy a new car When I were a child, I had lunch always at 2 When I was a child, I always had lunch at 2 (“used to” for habits in the past)
I have never been in Rome I have never been to Rome I know my best friend since 10 years ago I have known my friend for 10 years I met my best friend 10 years ago I like go to the mountain I like going to the mountain (habit) I would like to go to the mountain (wish)
Some other things… Prepositions: In the beach / On weekends / In Christmas On the beach / at weekends / at Christmas She’s looking a film She’s watching a film / She’s looking at a tree Present or past? When I was a child I go to school (!!!) When I was a child I went to school
It was raining, so we decide to stay at home It was raining, so we decided to stay at home I like running, and dance, and going out I like running, and dancing, and going out Word order I like very much go to the cinema I like going to the cinema very much The name of the director I don’t know it I don’t know the name of the director
If you go, you never will be bored If you go, you will never be bored I didn’t know what was doing my sister I didn’t know what my sister was doing And more… This films… / I going to talk about… / I am writing… / I write you …/ I will went…/ his names was… / He fighted… / She don’t… / She dead…/ The last Saturday… / they was going…/ I saw this film 3 times…/