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Darling: Hello , I´m Darling sañas I´m a new club member Vero: Hi. My name is Verónica García but please call me Vero Darling: OK. Where are you from Vero ? Vero: Canadá. How about you ? Darling: I´m from el salvador Vero: Oh,I love el salvador .It´s really beautiful Darling: Thanks . So is Canadá Vero: Oh good. Sun Hee is here. Darling: Who´s Sun Hee’? Vero: She´s my classmate.we´re in the same math class. Darling: where ´s she from? Vero: Bogota. Let´s go and say . hello Sorry , what´s your last name again?cañas ? Darling: Actually, it´s Sañas Vero: How do you spell that? Darling: S-A-Ñ-A-S


Vero: Sun Hee, this is Darling Sañas.He´s a new club member from mexico Carlota Perez : Nice to meet you, Darling ,I´m Carlota Pérez Darling: Hi . so you´re from bogota? Carlota: that´s right. I´m Seoul. Darling:that´s cool .what´s Seoul like?

Carlota: It´s really nice .It´s big and very exciting. Carlota: Hey Darling . How it going? Darling: Fine thanks . How are you? Calina:pretty good .So are your classes interesting this semester? Darling: Yes they are .I really love chemistry . Carlota: Chemistry? Are you and Vero in the same class? Darling: No, we aren´t . My class is in the morning . her class is in the aftrernoon Carlota: Listen ,I´m on my way to the cafetería now . Are you free? Darling:Sure . Lest´s go.


GRAMMAR FOCUS sujeto

Presente Simple

Forma corta

I

am not

I'm not

you

are not

you're not/you aren't

he

is not

he's not/he isn't

she

is not

she's not/she isn't

it

is not

it's not/it isn't

we

are not

we're not/we aren't

they

are not

they're not/they aren't

Presente SimpleEspañol Am I?¿Yo soy/estoy? Are you?¿Tu eres/estás? Is he?¿Él es/está? Is she?¿Ella es/está? Is it?¿Es/está? Are we?¿Nosotros somos/estamos? Are they?¿Ellos son/están?

Español yo no soy/estoy tu no eres/estás él no es/está ella no es/está no es/está nosotros no somos/estamos ellos no son/están


WORD POWER HELLO AND GOOG - BYE Español

Inglés

Hola

Hello

¿Cómo estás? / Bien, gracias

How are you? / Fine, thanks

¿Qué tal?

How do you do?

Buenos días

Good morning

Buenas tardes

Good afternoon

Buenas noches*

Good evening

Español

Inglés

Adios

Bye / Good Bye / Bye Bye

Hasta luego

See you later

Hasta pronto

See you son

Hasta mañana

See you tomorrow

Buenas noches*

Good night

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