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1. Do you have a big family

1.1. family types

1.1.1. Know the name of each of the family members in English is a basic and essential learning language proficiency for their frequency of use in series, books, news, etc..

1.1.1.1. basic family

1.1.1.2. extended family

1.2. Forniture and appliances

1.2.1. Furniture is the furniture set; are objects that serve to facilitate the use and regular activities in homes, offices and other premises. Usually the term refers to objects that facilitate common, such as sleeping, eating, cooking, resting, human activities etc.., With tables, chairs, beds, bookcases, kitchen cabinets, etc..

1.3. Job

1.3.1. We understand that any work activity carried humans in order to gain some support in return to support himself in his day. Today, the work is directly related to the idea of ​​salary, but this was not always the case since before the development of the capitalist system could work for a person to serve for their own subsistence products could exchange them for others of greater need.

1.4. Placement of objetives

1.4.1. The purpose of a stay is to give the student an opportunity to validate one or two topics of his career, according to their area of ​​expertise or engineering degree.

1.5. Forniture and Appliances

2. What this in English

2.1. Wh questions

2.1.1. Ask questions in English can seem complicated at first glance, but the truth is that it is not, but we just understand the structure of the questions. Also, we know the interrogative particles are called "WH questions" because his initials are-mostly-these two consonants.

2.1.1.1. example

2.1.1.1.1. WHat - que WHen - cuando WHere - donde WHo - quien WHy - por que

2.2. personal Pronuons

2.2.1. Personal pronouns are those that serve as subject in a sentence. They are: person singular plural 1st to us, we 2nd you you, you 3rd him, her, you, do they, they, you

2.3. Verb to be

2.3.1. The verb TO BE, which translates as Castilian BE or BE, in the English language has a particular importance. Its meaning depends on the meaning of prayer. For example: I am a doctor. I'm a doctor. (Applies as a verb to be) I am in my house. I am at home. (To be applied as a verb)

2.4. Prepositions IN, OT ,AT

2.4.1. A preposition is a word that links a noun, pronoun, or noun phrase to some other part of the sentence. Prepositions can be tricky for English learners. There is no definite rule or formula for choosing a preposition. In the beginning stage of learning the language, you should try to identify a preposition when reading or listening in English and recognize its usage. to the office at the desk on the table in an hour about myself A preposition is used to show direction, location, or time, or to introduce an object.

3. Describe dialy activities

3.1. clothing

3.1.1. Clothes are like a second skin and we need built into making one. Whatever you're wearing, you have to feel you, beloved and in harmony with the state and characteristics of your skin. so desbes of the price and quality when it comes to dressing up

3.1.1.1. Example Components

3.1.1.1.1. sack t-shirt cap pants shirt

3.2. Present continue

3.2.1. he Present Continuous or Present Progressive tense is used to express actions happening at the same time they are talking, for example: I am speaking Inglés. I'm speaking English. (It's happening now). You are reading a book. I is studying the lesson. She is buying a hat. It is raining. We are sleeping. You are dancing in the street. They are walking in the park

3.2.1.1. Form (Forma) Para formar el presente continuo se utiliza el verbo auxiliar "to be" y el gerundio (infinitivo + "-ing") del verbo. Sujeto Auxiliar (to be) Gerundio I am talking, eating, learning, doing, going... He, She, It is talking, eating, learning, doing, going... You, We, They are talking, eating, learning, doing, going... Structure (Estructura) Affirmative Sentences (Frases afirmativas) Estructura Sujeto + verbo auxiliar ("to be") + gerundio ("-ing"). Ejemplos: PlayI'm talking. (Estoy hablando.) PlayHe's eating. (Está comiendo.) PlayThey're learning. (Están aprendiendo.) Negative Sentences (Frases negativas) Estructura Sujeto + verbo auxiliar ("to be") + auxiliar negativo ("not") + gerundio ("-ing"). Ejemplos: PlayI'm not talking. (No estoy hablando.) PlayHe's not [He isn't] eating. (No está comiendo.) PlayThey're not [They aren't] learning. (No están aprendiendo.) Interrogative Sentences (Frases interrogativas) Verbo auxiliar ("to be") + sujeto + gerundio ("-ing")? Ejemplos: PlayAre you talking? (¿Estás hablando?) PlayIs he eating? (¿Está comiendo?) PlayAre they learning? (¿Están aprendiendo?)

3.3. Time

3.3.1. Time is one of the most important resources for the Manager, for their traits and characteristics. Therefore we need to define how to take advantage and make the most of our time at work. Poor organization will make us lose much of their day and this will be linked to lose motivation, energy and money.

3.3.1.1. Example time

3.3.1.1.1. are the quarter past four are twelve o'clock is one last thirteen minutes

3.4. Simple past Whit BE

3.4.1. Afirmativo I was You were He was She was It was We were You were They were La forma afirmativa del pasado no se puede contraer. Ejemplos I was sleepy Estaba adormilado She was wrong Estaba equivocada We were happy Éramos felices They were teachers Eran profesores Negativo Sujeto + was/were + not + ... Forma larga Forma corta I was not I wasn´t You were not You weren´t He was not He wasn´t She was not She wasn´t It was not It wasn´t We were not We weren´t You were not You weren´t They were not They weren´t La forma negativa se puede contraer. Ejemplos I wasn´t married No estaba casada It was not windy No hacía viento We were not young No éramos jóvenes You weren´t our lawyers No érais nuestros abogados Interrogativo Was/Were + Sujeto + ...? Afirmativo Negativo Was I...? Was I not...? Were you...? Were you not...? Weren´t you...? Was he...? Was he not...? Wasn´t he...? Was she...? Was she not...? Wasn´t she...? Was it...? Was it not...? Wasn´t it...? Were we...? Were we not...? Weren´t we...? Were you...? Were you not...? Weren´t you...? Were they...? Were they not...? Weren´t they...? Ejemplos Was I late? ¿Llegaba tarde? Weren´t you 18 years old? ¿No tenías 18 años? Why wasn´t she here? ¿Por qué no estaba aquí? Were they not afraid? ¿No tenían miedo? Para los demás tiempos verbales 'to be' se comporta como un verbo ordinario. I have been a good friend (Present Perfect). I am being very patient (Present continuous). I will be your wife (Future). I can be your friend (con un verbo modal)

4. Going Ahead

4.1. countries and nationalities

4.1.1. Examples: Country : Nationality : Language Afghanistan : Afghan : Persian – Pashto Argentina : Argentine / Argentinean : Spanish Australia : Australian : English Belgium : Belgian : French / Flemish Bolivia : Bolivian : Spanish Brazil : Brazilian : Portuguese Cambodia : Cambodian : Cambodian Cameroon : Cameroonian : French / English Canada : Canadian : English / French Chile : Chilean : Spanish China : Chinese : Chinese Colombia : Colombian : Spanish Costa Rica : Costa Rican : Spanish Cuba : Cuban : Spanish

4.2. traditions and mythologies

4.2.1. The traditions of El Salvador are based in: Food & Drink, Music, Folklore, Patron and National among others ...

4.3. Possesive Abjetive

4.3.1. Possessive adjectives are of two types: those that are placed before the noun and which are placed after the noun. example Look, you got your money and I have my money. His parents are Spanish. Our house is yellow. Your idea is very good.

4.4. greetings

4.4.1. The salute is a courteous way a person notes to one or the other, or through their presence that starts a conversation.

5. 1-getting to know english

5.1. Verb

5.1.1. The verb is the part of speech or lexical category that expresses action or movement, existence, achievement, status or condition of the subject; semantically expresses a complete preaching.

5.1.1.1. Example

5.1.1.1.1. 1) preparing 2) cook 3) walk 4) have 5) provide 6) call

5.2. Number

5.2.1. A number, in science, is a concept that expresses an amount relative to your unit. You can also specify the order of a series (ordinal numbers). Also, broadly indicates the graphic character used to represent; said graphic sign of a number is called numeral or figure.

5.2.1.1. Example

5.2.1.1.1. One-Uno. Two-Dos. Three-Tres. Four-Cuatro. Five-Cinco. Six-Seis. Seven-Siete. Eight-Ocho. Nine-Nueve. Ten-Diez. Eleven-Once. Twelve-Doce. Thirteen-Trece. Fourteen-Catorce. Fifteen-Quince. Sixteen-Dieciséis. Seventeen-Diecisiete. Eighteen-Dieciocho. Nineteen-Diecinueve. Twenty-Veinte.

5.3. Descriptions

5.3.1. Describe is to explain, in detail, orderly, how are the people, places, objects and feelings. The description serves mainly to acclimate action and create an atmosphere that makes more credible the events described.

5.3.1.1. Example

5.3.1.1.1. honest loving respectful   applied

5.4. Demostrative Pronouns

5.4.1. As the name implies, these pronouns show. Indicate the relative distance between two objects, between a person and a thing or between two people. Demonstrative pronouns are

5.4.1.1. Example

5.4.1.1.1. That tree is a pine tree and this is a fir. Those trees are pines and firs they are.