Evelyn MarĂa Monterroza VĂĄsquez
Unit #3: How much is it?
Demonstratives; one, ones. • How much is this Apple? • How much is that Apple? • How much are these Apples? • How much are those Apples? • I like the red ones. • I like the green one.
Useful Expressions That’s cheap. That’s reasonable. That’s Ok/ not bad. That’s expensive.
0.79 = seventy-nine
cents. $18 = eighteen dollars. $24.95 = twenty-four ninety-five.
Word Power: Materials • A silk tie • A plastic bracelet. • A gold ring. • A cotton shirt • A leather jacket. • Silver earrings. • Rubber boots • Wool socks.
Preferences; comparisons with adjectives Which sweater do you prefer? I prefer the blue one, itâ€™s nicer than the green one. Which one do you like more? I like the blue one more, itâ€™s prettier than the green one. Which one do you like better? I like the blue one better, itâ€™s more stylish than the green one.
Useful expressions The color is prettier. The design is nicer. The style is more attractive. The material is better.
CONVERSATION • Anne: Look! These jackets are really nice. Which one do you prefer?.
• Sue: I like the Wool one better. • Anne: the Wool one? Why? • Sue: It look warmer. • Anne: I like the leather one better. It’s more stylish than the Wool one. • Sue: hmm. There’s no Price tag. • Anne: Excuse me. How much is this jacket? • Clerck: it’s $499. Would you like to try it on? • Anne: Uh, no. That’s OK! But thanks anyway. • Clerck: You’re welcome.
Unit #4 I really like hip-hop
Word Power Entertainment Movies: Action science fiction Musical Horror Western Romantic Comedies
TV Music: Programs: Rock
Reality show Soap operas Talk shows Game shows Sitcoms
Classical Jazz Gospel Hip-hop R&B Pop Country Electrinic
Simple Present Questions; Short answers • Do you like Country music? Yes, I do. I love it. • Does Taylor Swift play the piano? Yes, she does. She plays very well. • Do you like The Pretty Reckless? Yes, I do. I like them a lot. • What kind of music do you like? I really like hip-hop. • What does she play? She plays the guitar. • Who do they like? They like 30 Seconds to mars.
Would; verb + to +verb • Would you like to go out on Friday? Yes, I’d love to. Thanks • Would you like to go to a soccer match? • I’d like to, but I have to work late. • I’d like to, but I need to sabe money. • I’d like to, but I want to visit my girlfriend.
CONVERSATION • Dave: I have tickets to the soccer match on Friday night. Would you like to go? • Susan: Thanks. I’d love to. What time does it start? • Dave: At 8:00 • Susan: That sounds great. So, do you want to have dinner at 6:00? • Dave: Uh, I’d like to, but I have to work late. • Susan: Oh, that’s OK. Let’s just meet at the stadium before the match, around 7:30. • Dave: Ok. Let’s just meet at the gate. • Susan: That sounds fine. See you there.
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