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Contents 1.

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3. …………………………………………………………..prologue 4. ………………………………………………………… unit 8 Shopping for Clothes 5. …………………………………………………………...catalogue 6. ……………………………………………………………exercise on type of clothes 7. …………………………………………………………….grammar use of object pronouns 8. …………………………………………………………….shop and pay for clothes 9. ……………………………………………………………exercise grammar practice 10. ……………………………………………………………… Ask for a different size or color 11. ……………………………………………………………….grammar comparative adjectives 12. ………………………………………………………………..more grammar comparative adjectives 13. ………………………………………………………………...unit 9 taking transportation 14. …………………………………………………………………kind of tickets and trips 15. …………………………………………………………………comparative adjectives spelling rules 16. …………………………………………………………………book travel services 17. …………………………………………………………………more book travel services 18. ………………………………………………………………….understand airport announcements 19. ………………………………………………………………….unit 10 shopping smart 20. ………………………………………………………………….ask for a recommendation 21. ………………………………………………………………….grammar practice 22. ………………………………………………………………….bargain for a lower price 23. …………………………………………………………………more bargain for a low price 24. …………………………………………………………………summary the last of the Mohicans 25. …………………………………………………………………more summary 26. ………………………………………………………………… finish .

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Prologue

The following parallel is made with the purpose of people whether adults or children are learning the English language in an easy and simple with examples, clear and related to real-life actions. So too will see topics such as: clothes shopping, transportation, and shop smart. Very complete three units that help you better understand how to express in English language. Annex find grammatical forms also ask, clothing, transportation or other smart shopping. Finally also find this text in English, ie forms of adjectives, comparatives and superlatives on every word. Hoping that after reading this text the person may have a broader knowledge of the English language.

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UNIT

Shopping for Clothes

8 PREVIEW

GOALS: After Unit. 8, you will be able to: 1. 2. 3. 4.

Shop and pay for clothes Ask for a different size or color Navigate a mall or department store Discuss clothing do´s and don´ts.

OUTERWEARE: Jackets

Sweater

Gloves

UNDERWEARE & LINGERIE: Men´s boxer

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Bras

Panties


HOSIERY: Socks

Tights

Pantyhose

BAGS & ACCESSORIES: Purses

Belts

SLEEPWEAR: Men´s and Women´s pajamas Women´s nightgowns Bathrobes

ATHELETIC WEAR Running shoes

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Short

Running Pants


EXERCISE:

a shirt

running shoes

Pumps

a blazer

Sweatpant

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GRAMAR:

Uses of object pronouns

Subject pronouns

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Object pronouns

I

me

You

you

He

him

She

her

It

it

We

us

They

them


LESSON 1 GOAL: shop and pay for clothes

GRAMMAR::

As direct objects Direct object (noun) I want the cardigan I love these pumps

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direct object (pronoun) I want it I love them


Gramar Practice: first, underline the direct object in each sentence. Then complete each conservation, replacing the direct object noun or noun phrase with an object pronoun.

1. A: Did you buy the green sweatpants? B: yes, I bought them 2. A: Don´t you love these cool windbreaker? B: yes, I really love them 3. A: Should I buy this crewneck over here? B: No, don´t buy it 4. A: Did you see the blue polo shirt? B: yes, I saw it on that rack. 5. A: Does your daughter want this cardigan? B : yes, she wants it 6. A: Who did she give the old jacket to? B: she gave it to me.

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LESSON 2 GOAL:

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Clotting that comes in “pairs� Ask for a different size or color

A pair of gloves

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a pair of socks


GRAMMAR: Comparative adjectives

Use comparative adjectives to compare two people, places, things, or ideas. Do you have these pants in a larger size? This pair is a little tight. I need shoes that are more comfortable. These are very small. Do you have a pair of less expensive gloves? These are just too expensive.

Use than after the adjective when you compare two items. That suit is nicer than the one I´m wearing. These gloves are more expensive than the other ones.

+ er Small

+r smaller

+ ier Heavy

large

larger

consonant + er heavier

big

bigger

But use more or less with adjectives that have or more syllables and don´t end in – y. More expensive / Less comfortable

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Complete the travel, article with the comparative form of each adjective. Use than when necessary.

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hen your travel, think carefully about the clothes you pack.

As far a color in concerned, darker colors are usually More practical for cooler destinations, a blazer can be more convenient a windbreaker or cardigan because you can wear it in more conservative settings such as offices and more formal restaurants. For travel to hotter areas of the world, lighter clothes are more comfortable heavier ones.

Rewrite each sentence. Change the direct and indirect object nouns and noun phrases to object pronouns. 1. 2. 3. 4.

Please show the loafers to my husband. Please show then to him They sent the jeans to their grandchildren. They sent them to them How is she paying Robert for the clothes? How is she paying him for them? When are we buying the gift for Marie? When are we buying it for her?

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UNIT 9

Taking Transportation

Preview GOALS; after Unit 9, you will be able to: CONVERSATIONS: Read an listen to a conversation between two people trying to catch a flight. Marcos: excuse me. Do you speak English? Roger: Actually I´m French. But, yes. Marcos: thank goodness¡ I´m looking for terminal 2. Roger: no problem. That´s where I´m going. Just follow me. Roger: so where are you flying toda Marcos: Manila. Then I´m connecting to a flight home. Roger: Well, that´s a concidence. I´m on my way to Manila, too. Flight 56 Marcos: yes. But we should hurry. It´s boarding in fifteen minutes. Roger: and where in home? Marcos: Brazil, sao Paulo Roger: no kidding¡ I´m going to go to Sao Paulo next week¡ Marcos: really? What a small world¡

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LESSON 1

a one- way

ticket

a direct flight

a windows seat

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a non- stop

an aislat seat


Comparative adjectives: spelling rules Add- er to one-syllable adjectives. If the adjective ends in –e, add -r. Tight tighter loose looser If an adjective ends in a consonant-vowel- consonant sequence, double the final consonant before adding –er. Hot hotter For most adjectives that end in-y, change the y to I and add- er. Pretty prettier busy busier To make the comparative form of most adjectives that have more than two syllables, use more or less. Affordable more affordable convenient less convenient When comparing two things that are both in the sentences, use than before the second thing. She´s less practical than her sister. The weather is warmer there than here.

B. complete each sentence with a comparative adjective. Use than if necessary. 1. I like the pink purse. It´s much nicer 2. Low- fat milk is not bad, but no-fat milk is better 3. France is smaller than Russia. 4. Women´s shoes are usually more expensive than men´s shoes. 5. It´s hot during the day, but it´s cooler at night 6. He´s a lot taller than his brother. 7. This projector is a lot more popular but it´s lest affordable 8. They´re much more liberal about clothing rules at the beach. 9. It´s usually sunnier in the morning before the rain begins. 10. French fries are fattier and salttier a salad.

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LESSON 2 GOAL Book travel services

GRAMMAR:: Be going to express the future: Review

Base form I´m going to She´s going to We´re going to

rent a car in New York. eat at the airport. take a taxi into town.

Are they going to need a taxi? ( yes, they are. / No, they aren´t) Is Beth going to make a reservation? (yes, she is. / No, she isn´t) When are you going to arrive? (At noon.) who are they goin to meet? (the travel agent) Where is he going to wait? ( in the lobby) who´s going to take me to the airport? ( Tom is)

GRAMMAR BOOSTER p.138 Expansion: future actions

A. Grammar practice Complete each statement or question with be going to And the base for of the verb. 1. They´re going to buy tickets for the express

(they/ buy)

2. When is she´s going to leave for the airport? ( she/ leave) 3. Are you going to ask for an aisle seat? ( you/ ask for) 4. Who is going to take him to the train station? ( take)

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B. Pair Work Ask your partner three questions about his or her future plans. Use be going to. “what are you goint to Do on your vacation?”

VOCABULARY: Travel services

A rental car She´s going to a ask rental car.

A limousine / a limo They´re going to take a limo

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a taxi She´s going to take a taxi

a hotel reservation she´s going to take a Hotel.


LESSON 3 GOAL

Understand airport announcements

Depart

Arrive

Take off

Go through security

the gate

A passenger

the departure lounge

an agent

Land

a boarding pass

b. use the vocabulary to complete the pre – flight intructions. When you arrive at the airport, you should take your luggage to the check- in counter an get you’re a boarding pass . Then you can go through security, where a passenger have to put all their hand luggage on the belt. From there you should go to the gate your plane is departing from. If you are early and your plane flight is called, you can show your boarding pass to the an agent and get on the plane. Be sure to turn off all electronic devices and put on your seat belt before your plane take off from the gate. Enjoy the takeoff, and have a good flight¡

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UNIT

Shopping Smart

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Cash

/

credit card

Adv.

Disad.

Use at any place Topay easily

Change rate.

Pay in almost any place Easy to have money

No enough money on ATM no ATMS

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LESSON 1 GOAL

Ask for a recommendation

GRAMMAR Superlative adjectives Use superlative adjectives to compare more Than two people, places, things or ideas. Which projector is the cheapest of these three? Which brands are the most popular in your stores? ______________________________________________________________________

Adjective Cheap Nice Easy Big

Adjective Confortable Portable Difficult Expensive

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comparative cheap (than) nicer (than) easier (than) bigger (than)

superlative the cheapest the nicest the easiest the bigest

comparative more comfortable (than) more portable (than) less difficult (than) less expensive (than)

superlative the most comfortable the most portable the least difficult the least expensive


A. Grammar Practice read the salesperson´s recommendations. Complete each statement, using the superlative form of the adjective.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

The Aptex is the newest of ur MP3 players. The Focus C20 is very inexpensive. It´s the cheapest digital camera we sell. Compared to our other camcorders, the Manki 210 is the easiest to use. The Focus C50 is the most popular digital camera we sell. The Vista PX is lightest camcorder you can buy. Our customers say the ¡song is the most practical MP3 player available today. You´ll like the Manko 230 MP3 player. It´s the least difficult to use. If you don´t want to spend a lot, the Raxx is the most expensive camcorder your can buy. 9. If you want the best but don´t care about cost, the Vista LS is the least expensive camcorder we have. B. Complete the conversation. Use the superlative form of the adjectives. 1. A: all of these cameras are easy to use. B: but which is the smallest?

2. A: all of our ski sweaters are pretty warm. B: but I want a really heavy one. Which bran makes the heaviest ones?

3. A: she wrote at least six books about Italy. B: I know. But which of her books is the most interesting?

4. A: do you want to take a taxi, bus, or train to the airport? B: which is the most convenient?

5. A: you can study English at any school you want. B: all three sound great. But which school is the most popular?

6. A: here are three vacation packages you can choose from. B: that´s nice. But just tell me which one is the most affordable.

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LESSON 2

Bargain for a lower price

GOAL

GRAMMAR

too and enough

When something is not satisfactory: Those rugs are too small. OR those rugs aren´t big enough That camera is too heavy. OR that camera isn´t light enough When something is satisfactory: This MP3 player is small enough. I´ll take it. Be careful¡ Don´t say: this MP3 player is enough small.

GRAMMAR BOSTER

Usage: too, really, and very

Grammar practice: Read conversations between customers and salespeople. Then complete each conversation. Use too or enough and an adjective from the list.

Adjectives: Slow fast cheap

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expensive quiet

noisy

small

big

light heavy.


1. A: are you sure this microwave is fast enought? I´m a pretty busy guy. B: absolutely. The X11 is our fastest model.

2. A: these shoes aren´t big enought they´re very uncomfortable. B: I´m so sorry. Let me you a bigger size. 3. A: My photocopier is too slow It´s driving me crazy¡ B: then let me show you a model that´s quieter.

4. A: I bought these portable speakers last week, but they really aren´t Too light for travel. B: Don´t worry. You can exchange them for another pair that´s not so heavy. 5. A: How about this MP3 player? It´s pretty small. B: that´s definitely too cheaper I´ll take it. 6. A: this jacket is a real bargain, sir. It´s only $692. B: $692 that´s too expensive I don´t want to spend that much

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SUMMARY: THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS ANSWER THE QUESTIONS:

a) In which country does the story take place? The Hudson River Valley b) When did the war begin? It began in 1757 c) Why are England and France at war? They want land d) Who are the Indians? They are Mohicans e) Do they have any power? Not only serve as guide an Warrions f) Why do you think the white men use them as guides? Because not know America g) What is happening to the Indian world? Is dying h) What do you think about it? Is dying for the watbech England and France.

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Find 6 irregular verbs on page and re-write the sentences in the Simple Past.

HAVE: had

I had a car

FIND: found

I found money

GIVE: gave

I gave you my love

THINK: though

He thought of you

SWIM: swam

I swam yesterday.

QUESTIONS: Do you swim? Did you swim yesterday? Yes, I did -

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No I didn´t.


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