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Unit 1

Celebrations in Ecuador


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Months

Days of the month 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th 16th

January

May

September

February

June

October

March

July

November

April

August

December

First Second Third Fourth Fifth Sixth Seventh Eighth Ninth Tenth Eleventh Twelfth Thiteenth Fourteenth Fifteenth Sixteenth

17th 18th 19th 20th 21st 22nd 23rd 24th 25th 26th 27th 28th 29th 30th 31st

Seventeenth Eighteenth Nineteenth Twentieth Twenty – first Twenty – second Twenty – third Twenty – fourth Twenty – fifth Twenty – sixth Twenty – seventh Twenty – eighth Twenty – ninth Thirtieth Thirty – first


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Birthdays Alicia

Dave Alicia

Dave Alicia Dave

Itʼs  Momʼs  birthay  on the  first.  Remember? Sheʼs going to be 50!

Oh,  thatʼs  right.  What are  you  going  to  get her? Iʼm  going  to  buy  her something  special  like a  necklace.  Then  itʼs Mom  and  Dadʼs anniversary  on  the tenth. Right.  We usually give them something. We?  You mean,  I do! Letʼs,  um,  send  them some flowers. Ok.  Then  itʼs  my birthday on the twenty – third.


Unit 1 Alicia

Yeah,  I  know.  Iʼm going  to  get  you same thing  you  got  me  – nothing!

Future with going to, indirect objects Iʼm

Going to buy something special

Indirect objects

Youʼre

Going to get a present

Sheʼs

going to be 50

Weʼre

Going to  send some flowers

Iʼm  going  to  buy  my  mother something special. Alicia  isnʼt  going  to  give  Dave anything. Letʼs  send  Mom  and  Dad some flowers.

Theyʼre

Going to have a party Indirect objects pronouns Me, you, him, us, them What  are  you  going  to  do  for your birthday Iʼm  not  going  to  do  anything special. Are you going to have a party? Iʼm  going  to  buy  her  something special Yes,  we  are.  Weʼre  going to invite all our friends Alicia  isnʼt  going  to  give  him anything. Letʼs send them some flowers.


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Special days


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Mama Negra Party,  color,  dance  and tradition  forms  the ancestral Mama Negra. This  tradition  dates  back 170  years  ago  has  strong indigenous  and  Spanish roots. In  this  event  the  dancers offer respect to  the Virgen  of  Merced patron  against the fury of  the  volcano  as  a  thank  to  save  them  from  the  constant eruptions of Cotopaxi. This  festival  takes  place  in  September in  honor  of  the Virgin and in November for the independence of Latacunga


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