English Basic

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1. "WH" Question

1.1. Why?

1.2. What?

1.3. Where?

1.4. When?

2. Greetings and Goodbye

2.1. Greetings

2.1.1. Hi / Hello

2.1.2. How's it going?

2.1.3. What's up?

2.1.4. Good evening

2.1.5. Good afternoon

2.1.6. Good morning

2.1.7. Welcome to (place)

2.2. Goodbye

2.2.1. Bye

2.2.2. Farewell

2.2.3. Take care

2.2.4. Have a nice day

2.2.5. See you

2.2.6. See you later

2.2.7. See you next time

2.2.8. See you tomorrow

2.2.9. See you very soon

3. Verbs

3.1. Verbs

4. My Family

4.1. maternal family

4.1.1. my grandparents sister (my uncle) son (cousins) sister (my uncle) son (cousins) brother (my uncle) son (cousins) my mother son (brother) me

4.2. paternal family

4.2.1. my father

4.2.2. graduate I just want to clarify that I grew up with my mother's family and my father's family only my father conosoco

5. Alphabet.

5.1. Alphabet

6. Adjective Possessive.

6.1. Homework

6.1.1. Part 1 My story begins in a small town in which I , my mother and my brother forced us in our work to work tirelessly to spend the day we went to our house which was small but my mother, my brother and I were happy. . until one day my father appeared and my story flatly change as co arrival of my father my life and my family I improve because the task brings bread to the table and so my mother rested and so his body battered by age relaxed and it was not proved necessary sacrifice on her part because my father my brother and I helped each other.

6.1.2. Part 2 Hello my name is Rafael Rosales , I live in Usulutan with my family which is comprised of our guys my beloved grandparents , my brother , my cousins , our docs , in a large house in our city which is Usulutan , this is my little description.

6.2. Types.

6.2.1. Before the noun. my, my You, Yours, his, its, our / -os, our / -as, your / -os, your / -as his, its. Examples.

6.2.2. After the noun. my own; mine; mine; mine, of yours; yours; yours; yours; his; his; his; his; our; our; our; ours; your; your; your; your. Examples.

7. The numbers.

7.1. Learning numbers in English.

7.1.1. Numbers.

8. Jobs.

8.1. We investigated 20 jobs.

8.1.1. Carpenter, Cabbie, Waitress, Police, Political, Tailor, Sailor, Artist, Actress, An engineer, Professor, Baker, Nanny, Worker, Watchmaker, Designer, Soldier, Secretary, Seller, Painter.

8.2. We did 10 sentences asking:

8.2.1. Is your premium is Nanny?

8.2.2. Yes it is.

8.2.3. Is your sister is to Watchmaker?

8.2.4. No, it is not.

8.2.5. Is your daddy is a Professor?

8.2.6. No, it is not.

8.2.7. Is your sister is a Actress?

8.2.8. Yes it is.

8.2.9. Is your uncle is a Secretary?

8.2.10. No, it is not.

8.2.11. Is your uncle is an engineer?

8.2.12. Yes it is.

8.2.13. Is your aunt is a designer?

8.2.14. No, it is not.

8.2.15. Is your aunt is a Seller?

8.2.16. Yes it is.

8.2.17. Are you a Political?

8.2.18. No, I'm not.

8.2.19. Are you a Police?

8.2.20. Yes I am.

9. Time.

9.1. What time is it?

9.1.1. It is 9:40 Am

9.1.2. The time is 1:25 Pm

10. .

10.1. Bear is drinking coffee.

10.2. Diana is drinking coffee and talking with teddy and Josue.

10.3. Josue is listening to what he says Diana.

10.4. Carlos is playing with the sled.

10.5. Merlyn started at esnovor.

10.6. Jennifer is with the skateboard.

10.7. Luis is running.

10.8. Pedro is fishing.

10.9. Fernando this with Pedro.

10.10. Mario is bathing.

10.11. Manuel is waiting for OPORTUNIDA down with the skateboard.

10.12. Miguel is on the unicycle.

10.13. Lorena is amazed by her falling snow.

10.14. Karla snow is sliding into a cup-shaped slider.

10.15. Marta is sliding snow on a donut-shaped slider.

11. Country / Nationality / Language

11.1. What's your language?

11.2. What's your nationality?

11.3. What's your country?

12. "To be" (Ser/Estar)

12.1. The verb "to be" is the most important English and at the same time the most complicated verb. It is used as a main verb as an auxiliary verb it is irregular in the present and the past.

12.1.1. Affirmative (Afirmativo)

12.1.2. Negative (Negativo)

12.1.3. Interrogative (Interrogativo)

13. There is / There are

13.1. There is

13.1.1. There is a bed

13.1.2. There is a hammock

13.2. There are

13.2.1. There are pillow

13.2.2. There are some shirts

14. Color clothing

14.1. We learn to describe the color of clothing we use and the activity of the week PowToon used the program used for presentations.

15. Demonstrative Pronouns

15.1. They can be singular and plural.

15.1.1. This (the / a / o).

15.1.2. That (the / a / o, one, that / a).

15.1.3. These (these / as).

15.1.4. Those (such / as those / as).

16. Prepositions

16.1. Prepositions are short words that usually stand in front of nouns (sometimes also in front of gerund verbs).

16.2. They are:

16.2.1. a, before, under, with, to, from, during, in between, except, to, to, by, for, by, except, as without, on and after.

17. Affirmative, negative and interrogative sentences

17.1. Affirmative sentences.

17.1.1. Subject + Verb + Direct Object.

17.2. Negative sentences.

17.2.1. Subject + Assistant denial + Verb + Direct Object.

17.3. Interrogative sentences.

17.3.1. Auxiliary + Subject + Verb + Direct Object.