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DAILY ROUTINES Área Académica: Licenciatura en Contaduría, Ingeniería Mecánica e Ingeniería Industrial Profesor(a): Ma. E. Guadalupe Islas López Periodo: Enero-Junio 2015
DAILY ROUTINES Resumen El presente simple y acciones rutinarias son el primer tema de la unidad III que conforma el PAI (programa académico institucional) de la materia de Conversaciones Introductorias en Lengua Extranjera. Abstract The present simple and daily routines are the first topic in unit I in PAI (programa académico institucional) in the subject of Socializing. Keywords: verbo to be,unidad I, conversaciones, lengua extranjera, socializing.
Affirmative We form the present simple with the subject (noun or personal pronoun) and the verb. We usually add an –s to the third person singular in the affirmative.Negative We form the third person singular in the negative with does not/doesn’t + main verb. We form all other persons in the negative with do not/don’t + main verb.Interrogative. We use do + subject + verb in all persons except for the third person singular We use does + subject + verb in the third person singular. Do you like Science? Does he like Geography?
PRESENT SIMPLE : SPELLING 3 rd. PERSON SINGULAR AFFIRMATIVE
Most verbs take –s in the third person singular. I eat – he eats Verbs ending in –ss, -sh, -ch, -x or -o take – es. I miss – he misses, I finish – he finishes Verbs ending in a consonant + y drop the –y and take –ies. I study – he studies Verbs ending in a vowel + y take –s. I play – he plays
Daily routines, repeated, actions or habits. I get up at 7 am every day. Permanent states. She works in a bank present simple We use the present simple for:
PRESENT SIMPLE : PRONUNCIATION (THIRD PERSON SINGULAR)
-S OR –ES ENDING IS PRONUNCED: /s/ with verbs ending in /f/, /k/, /p/, or /t/ sounds. he eats. /iz/ with verbs ending in /s/, /∫/, /dz/ or /z/ sounds. he catches. /z/ with verbs ending in all other sounds. he swims.
Write the questions for the following information: 1. _______________________________? My name's Lucy. 2. ______________________________? I'm 28 years old. 3. ______________________________? I'm from Glasgow. 4. _____________________________? I live in Stirling. How old are you? Where are you from? Where do you live? What´s your name?
5. _____________________________? I'm a French teacher. 6. _____________________________? I work near Stirling, in a High School. 7. _____________________________? 16 In Main street number 23. 8. _____________________________? It's email@example.com@yahoo.co.uk 9. _____________________________? It's 689 455 89 26 What´s your e- mail addreess? What´s your telephone number? What´s your job? Where do you work? What´s your address?
10. _____________________________? No, I'm single. 11. _____________________________? I like sports and music. 12. _____________________________? I am fine thank you. 13. _____________________________? I am an engineering student. What´s your profession? What are your hobbies? How are you? Are you married?
Put the verbs in the brackets into the present simple. 1. I play (play) tennis at the weekends. 2. She ________________ (go) to bed quite early every night. 3. Gary _________________ (like) swimming. 4. My mum ________________ (wash) the dishes after every meal. 5. I _________ (watch) TV in evenings. 6. Harry ______________ (study) music with a great pianist. 7. Grandma Rose _______________ (read)stories to her grandchildren. 8. They ________________ (have) eggs in the morning.
Put the adverb of frequency in the correct place, as in the example. 1. I drink milk in the morning. (always) I always drink milk in the morning 2. Adam goes to bed late at night. (never) ___________________________________________ 3. I watch TV. (sometimes) ___________________________________________ 4. You can see birds in the garden. (rarely) __________________________________________ 5. Lou eats in a restaurant. (hardly ever)
Referencias Evans, V. y Dooley, J. (2003). Upstream. Beginner. Express Publishing.