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1. 1. accept - - - aceptar 2. believe - - - creer 3. clean - - - limpiar 4. drink - - - beber 5. eat - - - comer 6. fly - - - volar 7. give - - - dar 8. have - - - tener 9.imagine - - - imganinar 10.jump - - - saltar 11.keep - - - seguir 12.live - - - vivir 13.move - - - mover 14. need - - - necesitar 15 organize - - - organizar 16.paint - - - pintar 17.quit - - - salir 18.run - - - corer 19.see - - - ver 20.take - - - tocar 21. understand - - entender 22.vote - - votar 23. write - - escribir 24. xeroxcopy - - fotocopiar 25. yield - - producir 26.zoom - - -´ acercar

2. Negatives Statements funcionamiento correcto de la forma negativa e interrogativa del verbo “be”. forma negativa. 1- I not a doctor. 2- Maria is not a student 3- They are not taxi driver 4- Juan is not a positive man. 5- I not a mechanic forma interrogativa 1- AM I A DOCTOR?? 2- ARE YOU A STUDENT? 3- IS SHE AN ACTRESS? 4-IS HE AN ACTOR? 5- AM I ENGINEER?

3. Argumentar la diferencia entre las preposiciones at, in, on. on (on) - en (para los días – On Monday, OnTuesday,...etc.) at (at) - a (se usa para la horas) in (in) - en (para meses, estacions, años y partes del día) on (on) - en (para los días - On Monday, On Tuesday,...etc.) o Everybody here goes to church on Sundays. Todo el mundo aquí va a la iglesia los domingos. o The trial will be held on Tuesday morning. El juicio se llevará a cabo el martes por la mañana. o Bill celebrates his birthday on the 7th of July. Bill festeja su cumpleaños el 7 de julio. at (at) - a (se usa para la horas) o Bill gets up at 7 o'clock every morning. Bill se levanta a las 7 todas las mañanas. o Everybody in the company has lunch at noon. Todo el mundo en la empresa almuerza al mediodía. o I left work at ten o'clock last night. Me fui del trabajo a las 10 anoche. in (in) - en (para meses, estacions, años y partes del día) o That monument was built in May / in 1893. Ese monumento fue construído en mayo / en 1993. o I study in the morning / afternoon / evening. Yo estudio en la mañana / tarde / noche. o I will see you in two week

4. Descriptions. personajes miticos en el salvador In El Salvador there are many legends of mythical characters such as. The Siguanaba, The sipitio, headless father, among others, all these legends are transmitted from generation to generation, some people believe that these characters exist and there are people who claim to have seen them in rivers, in street alone and even in the courtyards of their house, in El Salvador these characters are considered exponent of literature and are recognized worldwide cipit originally called, is a legendary figure in El Salvador. It comes from a religious history of pre-Columbian times, telling his family tree and the reasons why he was punished with his mother. It has very peculiar dress and customs, is credited a variety of skills, abilities and supernatural powers, subject to anyone used to play. The character is an important part of Salvadoran culture, taking place as an icon of the country's ancient ruins. Authors and writers have taken up figure in his works; it has also been the inspiration for the filming of a television series that is Salvadoran cultural and social problems from the perspective of Cipitío legend.

5. Diferencias entre adjetivos posesivos y pronombres posesivos. En inglés, para indicar pertenencia o posesión utilizamos los adjetivos y pronombres posesivos. Muchas veces se habla de “posesivos” indistintamente o de “pronombres posesivos” para referirse a ambas formas, pero son diferentes. ADJETIVOS POSESIVOS PRONOMBRES POSESIVOS my mi / mis mine mío/a/os/as your tu / tus yours tuyo/a/os/as his su / sus his suyo/a/os/as (de her su / sus hers suyo/a/os/as (de its su / sus its suyo/a/os/as (para our nuestro/a/os/as ours nuestro/a/os/as your vuestro/a/os/as yours vuestro/a/os/as their su / sus theirs suyo/a/os/as (de él) ella) cosas) ellos o ellas)

6. Nationalities. 1. Jimena is of Mexican origin living in Guadalajara and speaks very good English 2. Jhon is a Canadian and want to know the city of San Salvador but need to speak Spanish 3. Cesar wants to know the tel aviv, Israel, but not speak Arabic 4. john's mom lives in uninos states, in the city of houston, works as a cashier 5. Jenny is in love with Robert but she does not speak English, and Robert does not speak Spanish

7. the correct pronunciaton and writing number., Speak and write the numbers correctly is very important for people, because it helps in the mathematical calculations, the numbers are the universal language of the people, are understood throughout the world in the same way. Numbers are in every moment of our life, in the work, school and shopping, need to learn all the numbers in English

8. Para formar el presente continuo se utiliza el verbo auxiliar "to be" y el gerundio (infinitivo + "-ing") del verbo 1 It is raining in New York. 2 Mary is cooking in her house. 3 Peter and Susan are playing in the beach. 4 My father is working in the garden. 5 I am learning French. 6 You are not studying math. 7 My sister is eating at the restaurant. 8 We are enjoying the party. 9 They are not seeing the pictures.

9. The Time 1. Fran: What time did you arrive? 2. Monika: I arrived at 45 minutes after 7. How about you? 1. Fran: I arrived at 8 o’clock 2. Monika : Are you going to visit the bank customers? 1. Fran: I’m going at fifteen minutes after ten and I’m coming back at eleven. 2. Monika : I’m visiting yesnia at 9 o’clock then I’m visiting the other customers at eleven and I’ll be back at eleven fifty in order to have lunch with you. 1. Fran: Ok I´m coming back at eleven o’clock and wait for you until 12 to have lunch together. 2. Monika : What are you doing at half past one? 1. Fran: I have to print some receipts for the president Mr. posada, he needs them at half past two. 2. Monika : But Mr. posada is coming back at 3 o’clock. 1. Fran: I’ll have the receipts ready to give them to him when he gets here. Are you meeting with him to show him your work reports? 2. Monika : Yes, I am. We’re meeting at thirty minutes past four then we’re going to my home because today is my son’s birthday. 1. Fran That’s great! I’m going home at five o’clock.