domingo, 26 de mayo de 2019

Wednesday, 22nd May 2019

TODAY IN CLASS:
-Corrección Word formation, FCE GOLD GREEN, page 19, “Music or architecture?”
0.composer   17.proof   18.pointless   19.impossible   20.performance   21.original   22.useful   23.personal   24.necessarily
Resultado de imagen de burglary-Listening note taking, FCE MacCourse, page 123, CD 1, Tracks 43: “Burglary”
-Speaking about the title in the new unit, Book, page 78, 1VOCABULARY

VOCABULARY:
You should check Quizlet.com because there are some new words!

PHONETICS:
adventure /ədˈvenʧə/, AIR /eə/, ankle /ˈæŋkl/, bird /bɜːd/, caricature /ˌkærɪkəˈtjʊə/, charge /'tʃɑ:dʒ/, choir /ˈkwaɪə/, church /'tʃɜ :tʃ/, drought /draʊt/, eight /eɪt/, forehead /ˈfɒrɪd/, future /ˈfjuːʧə/, hurt /hɜːt/, laugh /lɑːf/, love /lʌv/, mountain/ˈmaʊntɪn/, nature /ˈneɪʧə/, receipt /rɪˈsiːt/, sew /´səʊ/, south /saʊθ/, thorough θʌrə/, though /ðəʊ/, thought /θɔːt/, through /θruː/, throw /θrəʊ/, uncle/ˈʌŋkl/, wander /ˈwɒndə/, war /wɔː/, weight /weɪt/, women /ˈwɪmɪn/, wonder /ˈwʌndə/, word /wɜːd/, world /wɜːld/,

HOMEWORK:
-Reading from BIG PICTURE UPINT, page 8: “The internet and freedom”
-Open cloze, FCE TARGET, page 69, “Home gym?”


INFINITIVE OR GERUND:
Infinitive: afford, agree, allow + object + to infinitive (allow me to go), appear, arrange, ask, begin (in non-continuous tenses, you can either use a gerund or an infinitive), begin (in continuous tenses, with infinitive), claim, decide, demand, expect, forget, hesitate, hope, intend, learn, manage, mean, need, offer, persuade, plan, pretend, promise, refuse, seem, try, wait, want, would like, would prefer.

Gerund: admit, allow, avoid, begin (in non-continuous tenses, you can either use a gerund or an infinitive), can´t help, can´t stand, consider, deny, discuss, don´t feel like, doesn´t / don´t mind, hate, enjoy, finish, imagine, involve, keep, like, look forward to, love, mention, miss, need, practice, prefer, quite like, recall, recommend, regret, risk, spend, stop, suggest, tend, understand,

Bare infinitive: had better, let, make, modal verbs, would rather, help


ADJECTIVE ORDER:
Opinion + size + age + shape + colour + pattern + material + nationality


NON-ACTION VERBS:
Agree, be, believe, belong, depend, forget, hate, hear, know, like, love, mater, mean, need, prefer, want, realize, recognize, remember, seem, suppose, understand


ADVERBS TO BE USED:
·I strongly believe that…
·It is generally agreed that…
·To do something exceptionally fast / slow / carefully,…
·It is / would be extremely important
·It is / would be quite interesting
·It is / would be absolutely essential
·Not only A, but also B
·(I) either A or B
·(I) neither A nor B

I´ve got it!!!


martes, 21 de mayo de 2019

Monday, 20th May 2019

TODAY IN CLASS:
-Speaking about learning English: one tip for me, another one for my mate!
1.   Practise every day. Make yourself a study plan. Decide how much time a week you are going to spend studying and stick to it. Establish a routine.
2.  Keep a notebook of new words you learn, or use our Quizlet. Use them in sentences and try to say them at least 3 times when you speak.
3.        Use your body clock. If you’re not a morning person, study in the afternoon.
4.   Plan to take a test. You’ll find that you work harder when you need to study for something.
5.      Create an atmosphere in which you want to learn, not because you have to. You’ll learn more when you’re learning because you want to.
6.   Get help! If you don’t understand something you’ve got to ask someone. Ask your teacher, classmates or friends for help.
7.        Review! Review! Review! Make sure that you take the time to review things you have studied in the past.
8.   It’s not a good idea to study on your own for more than 30 minutes at a time. Take regular breaks, get some fresh air and stretch your legs.
9.     Don’t be in such a hurry to move up a level. Concentrate on the level you are at now.
10. Watch DVDs or NETFLIX rather than TV. It’s better to use something that you can watch over again to catch information you might have missed the first time.
Resultado de imagen de advice about learning

-Corrección EGIU, unit 121, about IN, ON, AT

VOCABULARY:
You should check Quizlet.com because there are some new words!

PHONETICS:
adventure /ədˈvenʧə/, AIR /eə/, ankle /ˈæŋkl/, bird /bɜːd/, caricature /ˌkærɪkəˈtjʊə/, charge /'tʃɑ:dʒ/, choir /ˈkwaɪə/, church /'tʃɜ :tʃ/, drought /draʊt/, eight /eɪt/, forehead /ˈfɒrɪd/, future /ˈfjuːʧə/, hurt /hɜːt/, laugh /lɑːf/, love /lʌv/, mountain/ˈmaʊntɪn/, nature /ˈneɪʧə/, receipt /rɪˈsiːt/, sew /´səʊ/, south /saʊθ/, thorough θʌrə/, though /ðəʊ/, thought /θɔːt/, through /θruː/, throw /θrəʊ/, uncle/ˈʌŋkl/, wander /ˈwɒndə/, war /wɔː/, weight /weɪt/, women /ˈwɪmɪn/, wonder /ˈwʌndə/, word /wɜːd/, world /wɜːld/,

HOMEWORK:
-Word formation, FCE GG, page 19, “Music or architecture?”


INFINITIVE OR GERUND:
Infinitive: afford, agree, allow + object + to infinitive (allow me to go), appear, arrange, ask, begin (in non-continuous tenses, you can either use a gerund or an infinitive), begin (in continuous tenses, with infinitive), claim, decide, demand, expect, forget, hesitate, hope, intend, learn, manage, mean, need, offer, persuade, plan, pretend, promise, refuse, seem, try, wait, want, would like, would prefer.

Gerund: admit, allow, avoid, begin (in non-continuous tenses, you can either use a gerund or an infinitive), can´t help, can´t stand, consider, deny, discuss, don´t feel like, doesn´t / don´t mind, hate, enjoy, finish, imagine, involve, keep, like, look forward to, love, mention, miss, need, practice, prefer, quite like, recall, recommend, regret, risk, spend, stop, suggest, tend, understand,

Bare infinitive: had better, let, make, modal verbs, would rather, help


ADJECTIVE ORDER:
Opinion + size + age + shape + colour + pattern + material + nationality


NON-ACTION VERBS:
Agree, be, believe, belong, depend, forget, hate, hear, know, like, love, mater, mean, need, prefer, want, realize, recognize, remember, seem, suppose, understand


ADVERBS TO BE USED:
·I strongly believe that…
·It is generally agreed that…
·To do something exceptionally fast / slow / carefully,…
·It is / would be extremely important
·It is / would be quite interesting
·It is / would be absolutely essential
·Not only A, but also B
·(I) either A or B
·(I) neither A nor B

lunes, 20 de mayo de 2019

Monday, 13th May 2019

Resultado de imagen de escape to the continent s01 e01TODAY IN CLASS:
-Corrección Reading from book, page 80, a) + b)
-ESCAPE TO THE CONTINENT in Poitou (T1E1), hasta pregunta 11
VOCABULARY:
You should check Quizlet.com because there are some new words!

PHONETICS:
adventure /ədˈvenʧə/, AIR /eə/, ankle /ˈæŋkl/, bird /bɜːd/, caricature /ˌkærɪkəˈtjʊə/, charge /'tʃɑ:dʒ/, choir /ˈkwaɪə/, church /'tʃɜ :tʃ/, drought /draʊt/, eight /eɪt/, forehead /ˈfɒrɪd/, future /ˈfjuːʧə/, hurt /hɜːt/, laugh /lɑːf/, love /lʌv/, mountain/ˈmaʊntɪn/, nature /ˈneɪʧə/, receipt /rɪˈsiːt/, sew /´səʊ/, south /saʊθ/, thorough θʌrə/, though /ðəʊ/, thought /θɔːt/, through /θruː/, throw /θrəʊ/, uncle/ˈʌŋkl/, wander /ˈwɒndə/, war /wɔː/, weight /weɪt/, women /ˈwɪmɪn/, wonder /ˈwʌndə/, word /wɜːd/, world /wɜːld/,

HOMEWORK:
-Book, page 147, GRAMMAR BANK, SECTION 8B: ejercicios 8Ba + 8Bb sobre el uso de GERUND & INFINITIVE.
-Book, page 79, 3GRAMMAR f): it´s not a writing


INFINITIVE OR GERUND:
Infinitive: afford, agree, allow + object + to infinitive (allow me to go), appear, arrange, ask, begin (in non-continuous tenses, you can either use a gerund or an infinitive), begin (in continuous tenses, with infinitive), claim, decide, demand, expect, forget, hesitate, hope, intend, learn, manage, mean, need, offer, persuade, plan, pretend, promise, refuse, seem, try, wait, want, would like, would prefer.

Gerund: admit, allow, avoid, begin (in non-continuous tenses, you can either use a gerund or an infinitive), can´t help, can´t stand, consider, deny, discuss, don´t feel like, doesn´t / don´t mind, hate, enjoy, finish, imagine, involve, keep, like, look forward to, love, mention, miss, need, practice, prefer, quite like, recall, recommend, regret, risk, spend, stop, suggest, tend, understand,

Bare infinitive: had better, let, make, modal verbs, would rather, help


ADJECTIVE ORDER:
Opinion + size + age + shape + colour + pattern + material + nationality


NON-ACTION VERBS:
Agree, be, believe, belong, depend, forget, hate, hear, know, like, love, mater, mean, need, prefer, want, realize, recognize, remember, seem, suppose, understand


ADVERBS TO BE USED:
·I strongly believe that…
·It is generally agreed that…
·To do something exceptionally fast / slow / carefully,…
·It is / would be extremely important
·It is / would be quite interesting
·It is / would be absolutely essential
·Not only A, but also B
·(I) either A or B
·(I) neither A nor B

lunes, 13 de mayo de 2019

Wednesday,8th May 2019

TODAY IN CLASS:
Resultado de imagen de marianne faithfull-Corrección interview Marianne Faithfull: match questions and answers
1.E   2.K   3.H   4.J   5.C   6.B   7.I   9.A   10.D
-Speaking: what would you answer to some of these questions?
-Corrección Sentences about reported speech to translate:

VOCABULARY:
 You should check Quizlet.com because there are some new words!

PHONETICS:
adventure /ədˈvenʧə/, AIR /eə/, ankle /ˈæŋkl/, bird /bɜːd/, caricature /ˌkærɪkəˈtjʊə/, charge /'tʃɑ:dʒ/, choir /ˈkwaɪə/, church /'tʃɜ :tʃ/, drought /draʊt/, eight /eɪt/, forehead /ˈfɒrɪd/, future /ˈfjuːʧə/, hurt /hɜːt/, laugh /lɑːf/, love /lʌv/, mountain/ˈmaʊntɪn/, nature /ˈneɪʧə/, receipt /rɪˈsiːt/, sew /´səʊ/, south /saʊθ/, thorough θʌrə/, though /ðəʊ/, thought /θɔːt/, through /θruː/, throw /θrəʊ/, uncle/ˈʌŋkl/, wander /ˈwɒndə/, war /wɔː/, weight /weɪt/, women /ˈwɪmɪn/, wonder /ˈwʌndə/, word /wɜːd/, world /wɜːld/,

HOMEWORK:
-Reading from book, page 80, a) + b)


INFINITIVE OR GERUND:
Infinitive: afford, agree, allow + object + to infinitive (allow me to go), appear, arrange, ask, begin (in non-continuous tenses, you can either use a gerund or an infinitive), begin (in continuous tenses, with infinitive), claim, decide, demand, expect, forget, hesitate, hope, intend, learn, manage, mean, need, offer, persuade, plan, pretend, promise, refuse, seem, try, wait, want, would like, would prefer.

Gerund: admit, allow, avoid, begin (in non-continuous tenses, you can either use a gerund or an infinitive), can´t help, can´t stand, consider, deny, discuss, don´t feel like, doesn´t / don´t mind, hate, enjoy, finish, imagine, involve, keep, like, look forward to, love, mention, miss, need, practice, prefer, quite like, recall, recommend, regret, risk, spend, stop, suggest, tend, understand,

Bare infinitive: had better, let, make, modal verbs, would rather, help


ADJECTIVE ORDER:
Opinion + size + age + shape + colour + pattern + material + nationality


NON-ACTION VERBS:
Agree, be, believe, belong, depend, forget, hate, hear, know, like, love, mater, mean, need, prefer, want, realize, recognize, remember, seem, suppose, understand


ADVERBS TO BE USED:
·I strongly believe that…
·It is generally agreed that…
·To do something exceptionally fast / slow / carefully,…
·It is / would be extremely important
·It is / would be quite interesting
·It is / would be absolutely essential
·Not only A, but also B
·(I) either A or B
·(I) neither A nor B