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My name is Wilmer, I have eighteen, my mother and my father called Elvia Enrique crossing the second half of Systems and Computer Engineering. My signo is Virgo, my favorite color is black. I am short, my hair is black and my eyes are small, I am kind, responsible and I am very sociable. I enjoy listening to music every day and read the morning newspaper articles, Internet and books novels so important to me, plus I like to play basketball and football weekends with my family. I also like to travel to other places to visit. I do not like the injustices that occur in the course of my life. What I like is that people make fun of another when that person has made a mistake by having a defect.


Resume Unit 1

Lesson A

MAKING FRIENDS Title: Getting to Know You


Wilmer Valle

Middle Name:


My Father:


My Mother:

Elvia MarĂ­a

My Sister:

Jessica Elvia

My Sister:

I live from Riobamba

Where do you live? My Nickname is: Estuar


How well do you know your new classmates? Your Name

Home and Family 1. Where do you live?


1. What’s your name?

I live from Riobamba. 2. Do you like your neighborhood?

My name is Elvia. 2. What does your name mean?

Yes, I like. 3. Do you live alone or with your family?

I don’t. 3. Do you have a middle name?

Yes, my Alexandra.



Yes, I live alone with my family. is

4. Are you named after someone?

Yes, my sister.

4. Do you have any brothers or sister?

Yes, I have one brother and one sister. 5. Where are your parents from?

My parents are from Riobamba.

5. Do you like your name?

Yes, I like.



1. Are you a full-time student?

1. Do you have a lot of friends?

Yes, I am a full-time.

Yes, I have a lot of friends.

2. How do you get to work or class?

2. Are your friends from school, work, or

I get a class. 3. How long does it take?

Take three weeks of practices.

your neighborhood? My friends from school and my neighborhood. 3. What are your friends like?

My friends like to have a good time. 4. Do you and your friends get together a

lot? Yes, I and my friends get together a lot. 5. What do you do when you get together?

We drink bar someday.


Simple Present Tense and Present of be The Simple Present tense is used to describe habitual actions that occur with some frequency and makes no reference to whether it is happening at present. Example: •

I play tennis.

He works in an office.

They travel to Madrid.

Below are the ways affirmative, interrogative and negative of this tense:

In the top box has been taken as an example the verb PLAY (play). Note that in the affirmative, in the 3rd person singular, you add an "S" to the verb. Example: • • •


He eats vegetables. Alice dances at the theatre. The dog breaks the fence.

There are some special cases such as if the verb used ends in "SS", "SH", "CH", "O" and "X" to form the 3 rd person singular in the affirmative is added "ES" . Here are some examples: • • • • •

If the verb is FISH, will be combined: He fishes at the sea. If the verb is KISS, combine: She kisses to her boyfriend. If the verb is WATCH, are combined: He watches the mountain. If the verb is FIX, will be combined: He fixes his car. If the verb is GO, come together: She goes to



Another exception is if the verb ends in "Y" after consonant. To form the 3rd person singular is replaced this "Y" with an "i" along the end "ES". For example: •

If the verb is STUDY interact: She studies the lesson.

For the negative you can use the contracted form of DO instead of DO NOT or DOES NOT DOES instead. Example: • • •

I do not play tennis. He does not work in an office. They do not travel to Madrid.

Unit 1 Title: Things in Common

Lesson B

Too "Too" is used in positive sentences to add an agreeing thought. It has the same meaning as "also," but its placement within the sentence is different. Examples: •

Jane speaks French. Sam speaks French too.

I love chocolate. I love pizza too.

Frank can come with us. Nancy can come with us too.

PLACEMENT: "Too" usually comes at the end of a clause. Examples: I am Canadian too. I can speak French too. I am studying economics too.


If he wants to go too, he should meet us at 8:00. IMPORTANT: Although "too" is usually placed at the end of a clause, it can sometimes be used with commas after the subject of the sentence. This is usually only done in formal speech. Examples: Mr. Jones wanted the contract. Ms. Jackson, too, thought it was necessary. Donna is working on a solution to the problem. I, too, am trying to find a way to resolve the conflict.

Either "Either" is used in negative sentences to add an agreeing thought. Examples: •

Jane doesn't speak French. Sam doesn't speak French either.

I don't love chocolate. I don't love pizza either.

Frank cannot come with us. Nancy cannot come with us either.

PLACEMENT: "Either" usually comes at the end of a clause. Examples: •

I cannot speak French either.

I am not studying economics either.

I don't want to eat either.

I didn't like the movie either.


She: Just don't ask me to iron, to cook or to do the cleaning! He: I don't like cooking, ironing or doing the cleaning either... She: I hate schedules and so He: I hate routines too... She: Don't ask me to have children...I hate them! He: I detest children too. They're too noisy and demanding! She: Why are we getting married? Isn't this a big mistake? He: Well we have many things in common dear... Besides your mother wants to get rid of you and mine wants to get rid of me...

Do you think we're making a mistake?


Unit 1 Title: Do you come here a lot?

Lesson C

Use of Actually You can use actually to give new or surprising information. You can also use actually to “correct” things people say or think. Used to imply that one would expect the fact to be the opposite of that stated; surprisingly. ; In actual fact. ; As a sentence modifier to add slight emphasis. Example: Frank: Hi, I’m Frank, from the Biggs ltd. Joe. I’m Joe, managing director of Suttons ltd. Frank: Nice to meet you. Joe. and you. Frank: Have you arrived today? Joe. Well, actually, I arrived last night. Frank: Where are you staying? Joe. I’m staying in the Hilton Hotel. And you? Frank: I’m staying at the Hotel Arts. Joe: Really? How is the hotel?


Frank: It’s very nice. Very modern. Joe. And what do you think of the conference? Frank: I’m a bit disappointed really. Joe. me too!

Unit 1 Title: Making Conversation

Lesson D

How to improve your conversation skills 1. Have some topics ready to start a conversation. Say something about the weather or the place you are in. Talk about the weekend – we all has something to say about weekends! 2. Make the conversation interesting. Know about events in the new. Read

restaurant and movie reviews. Find out about the current music scene or what’s new in fashion or sports. 3. Be a good listener. Keep eyes contact and say,

“Yes,” “Hmm,” “Uh-huh,” “Right,” and “I know.” And say, “Really? That’s interesting.” I t encourages people to talk 4. Don’t be boring. Don’t just say, “Yes” or “No” when you answer a question.

Give some interesting information, too. 5. Don’t talk all the time. Ask, “How about you?” and show you are interested

in the other persons, too. People love to talk about themselves! 6. Ask information questions. Ask questions like “What do you do in your free

time?” or “What kind of food do you like?” Use follow-up questions to keep the conversation going. But don’t ask too many questions – it’s not an interrogation! 7. Be positive. Negative comments can sound rude. And if you don’t want to

answer a personal question, simply say, “Oh, I’m not sure I can answer that,” or “I’d rather not say.” 8. Smile!

smile. Just and be


Everyone loves a be relaxed, smile, yourself.

Unit 2 Interests

Lesson A

Title: Leisure Time Verb Forms Can the auxiliary verb is used for two types of different meanings but similar, namely: To speak of skills, for example: •

I can speak Español

To speak of possibilities, for example: She can go to Paris next week Disclaimers and questions with the verb can To deny the verb can, add the particle not, in the following way: I can’t play now. Note that unlike other verbs, in this case can and not form a word. In informal conversations or writings can be used as a contraction can’t negative the verb can.For questions, you should invest the place of the auxiliary verb and the subject dog. For example, if affirmative prayer says: Can I play football, the appropriate question is: Can I play football? To + verb:


I love to swim.

I like to play pool.

I hate to work out.

I prefer to watch TV.

I’d like to play jazz.

Verb + -ing. •

I love swimming.

I playing pool.

I hate working out.

I prefer watching TV.

I enjoy reading.

Prefeposition +verb + -ing. • I’m good at drawing people. •

I’m not interested in skiing.

Unit 2

Lesson B

Object Pronouns; Everybody, Nobody They are indefinite pronouns in which we help to name people, animals, things or places, without specifying gender or direction, and are always considered unique. Those starting with “every” are used in affirmative sentences, negative and questions, and are as follows: Everyone, everybody, everything, everywhere. Example: •

Everyone is here today

They sent everybody an invitation.

Did we like everything about it?

God is everywhere, That is, inside and outside of everyone of us.

That begin with "no", are opposite in meaning to those starting with "every", and are only used in affirmative sentences and questions. Not used in negative sentences, because by themselves, and express denial: Noone, nobody, nothing, nowhere. Example:


Noone wrote His name Cleary.

That I saw nobody I knew.

Nothing makes me angrier Than That!.

There are nowhere You Can hide from your own guilt.

Example: Everybody, Somebody, Anybody, Nobody That's Not My Job! This is a story about four people named Everybody, Somebody, Anybody and Nobody. There was an important job to be done and Everybody was sure that Somebody would do it. Anybody could have done it, but Nobody did it. Somebody got angry about that, because it was Everybody's job. Everybody thought Anybody could do it, but Nobody realized that Everybody wouldn't do it. It ended up that everybody blamed somebody when nobody did what Anybody could have done.

Unit 2 Title: I really like making things

Lesson C

Really Used to emphasize your words is a good way in the English sound more natural. The contexts really really means, but is also used to mean very, and possibly even more than we use very. For example, •

He speaks really quietly.

It's really hot in here.

In addition to sound more natural, if you really avoid errors in the placement of the words in your sentences. For example, a common mistake is to say •

He likes very much Learning English. X

Normally we do not separate a verb (to like, in this case) of its complement (Learning English). So the correct order would be •

Learning English I likes very much.

Not Really In negative statements really. For example,


I do not really know.

It does not Really Matter.

Interestingly, the position in the phrase really can change the meaning. For example, •

I do not really agree.

I really do not agree.

Unit 2 Title: Hobby groups And, also, but, because, and, especially And: is used to name two people at once. Example: I study and my brother watches TV. Also: used to say also, besides. Example: Also I can dance. Or: You can have three different meanings: a.) Equivalent to 'or' Spanish: There were 35 or 40 people here b.) Or not. Example: Hands up or I'll shoot! c.) no. Example: I can’t read or write But: It is applicable a.) When but Spanish: She is rich, But unhappy b.) With the 'but' Spanish: He's not only selfish conceited But Also c.) The Spanish preposition except: Nobody but you could be so stupid


Lesson D

Because: Equivalent to the 'because', 'because of' ... Spanish (causal). Example: Because He was busy could I go to the party Especially: is used to say that something applies more to one thing than to others o is used to say that something is done for a particular purpose. Before adjectives it's better to use especially to emphasize them. For example, especially good (but not especially good). Example: Hercules and Pluto Received Hercules among the gods and admitted to the table of Zeus, very politely greeted each of the gods. Pluto came last, and Hercules, looking down on the floor, away from him. Zeus surprised by their attitude, asked why his eyes from Pluto after having greeted so kindly to all other gods. 'Because,' said Hercules in the days that I was among men, almost always seen in the company of scoundrels, so look away from him. Do not make friends with who you know has not acted properly. My Daily Tasks Present Simple • What do you eat in the breakfast? I eat coffee with milk and bread. •

Who call you?

Maria called me yesterday. •

How did you prepare the cake?

The cake prepares it with the ingredients •

Where Maria lives?

Maria lives from Francia •

Why didn’t study you study?

I don’t study why I left my house •

When you will travel?

I will travel tomorrow


Which color do you like?

My color is green •

Whom visited to mother?

Daniel visited to mother yesterday •

How much do you take a long time in making duties?

I take a long time three hours in making duties •

How many friends do you have in the class of mathematics?

I have fifteen friends in the class of mathematics

Remember the Present Tense Write your daily activities (Present Tense) •

I give my lesson of thermodynamic

I run the morning

I read a book of literature

I eat my lunch at 2:00 o clock

I listen the class of English everyday

I go to the stop of bus at 6:30 o clock

I buy vegetables in the supermarket

I speak in the morning with mother everyday

I spend in my transport everyday

I drink milk in the morning

My partner’s (information) daily activities •


She goes to the English class everyday

She catches the university 7:00 o clock everyday

She eats fruit the afternoon

She work the Sunday

She sleeps at 8:00 o clock

She drinks ice cream the Saturday

She buys milk every day.

Bingo – Verb Objective: Remember the verbs in Present Play, talk, drive, order (set), read, tell stories, lie, drink, get up, clean, take, leave, drink, name, call, paint.








Get up









Member of




Mother - madre

Granddaughter - nieta

Mom - mamá

Grandchildren - nietos

Father - padre

Uncle - tío

Dad - papá

Aunt - tía

Parents - padres

Cousin - primo/prima

Husband - esposo

Nephew - sobrino

Wife - esposa

Niece - sobrina

Son - hijo

Father-in-law - suegro

Daughter - hija

Mother-in-law - suegra

Brother - hermano

Brother-in-law - cuñado/concuño

Sister - hermana

Sister-in-law - cuñada/concuña

Grandfather (grandpa) - abuelo

Son-in-law - yerno

Grandmother (grandma) - abuela

Daughter-in-law – nuera

Grandparents – abuelos

Great grandfather – bis abuelo

Sepchild – hijastro

Great granddaughter – bisnieta

Great grandmother – bis abuela

Grandson - nieto

Great grandson- bisnieto

Wh – Wods Who: When you ask by people. He is she? Whom: When you ask by other person in the sentence. Whom does Mary send the letter? Why: When we ask by a reason. Why does Sebastian come late to the class? When: When we ask by time. When does Diego drink milk? Where: When we ask by place. Where does Elizabeth live?. What: We ask by Things. What is it? Which: When we ask by specific things. Which one do you like? How: When we ask by situations, feelings. How does she in class? •

How is your car?

Auxiliary: He works

My car is red, big, and nice.

I work

How many: We ask by quantity (countable). •

How many does she have in class?

How many students are in class?

How many brothers does Mary have?

How much: We ask by quantity (not countable) •

How much does glass of milk have?

How much milk does Mary drink every morning?

Example: How are you? Where does Karina today? How many money to you have? What does Johanna make?


Do – Does Do you work? Does he work?

Hobbies What are your hobbies? Well, my hobby is: One Monday, I like watching TV and listening to music, On Tuesday, I like review the sport of computer .On Wednesday, I like to help to my mother in her job. But, On Thursday, I like fixing up the house and On Friday, I like sleeping and after read a book also, On Saturday .I like to drink a coup of milk and I like to travel to other cities to met my family. I like, to study, nor write, but, I like reading stories and making up my own story and share poems focus on cook books with my friends. But among the things I enjoy listening to music, I think is the best way to give stressed out, I also like to enjoy the good times in life, I like to learn from each experience (though not many) and I have always in mind to overcome the losses will make me a better person)...

Personal Timelines


The 18 of Febrary of 1993, I was born, in 1998. I entered to the garden and I know my first letter that were the vowels in the school of Nuestra Señora of Fatima, in1999, I read my name and I wrote my first dictation, in 2001. I taught me my first problem of mathematics, in 2005 died my grandmother and finish the school in 2006 entered first course, in 2008. One year I lacked for it finishes the secondary, in 2009 let us graduate of high school, in 2010 entered to the university and travel to Guayaquil and in the 2011 died my grandfather. Conversation




Jessy: Yeah, It is. different color.

beautiful that dresses. But actually. I like a

Diana: You do? Really? There are many models of dresses here. Jessy: Yeah, this boutique is full every day. Diana: Really? Always come to this boutique Jessy: Yeah, I come here often. Diana: So, do you like offerts? Jessy: That’s cool. By the way my name is Jessy Diana: Nice to meet you. I’m Diana. Building Vocabulary Complete the chart with the words about. Then compare with a partner. I love rock music – Yeah, I do too. And I love pop. I love rancheras - Yeah, I do too. And I love country music.


I hate jazz - Yeah, I don’t either. But I like folk music. I do not care for reggaeton - Yeah, I don’t either. And I like Latin music. I can’t stand hip-hop and rap – No, I can’t stand, I do not either. I can’t stand rock - Yeah, I do too. But I can’t stand rock. I don’t care for pop music - Yeah, I don’t either. And I like classical music.

Pair work .Ask and answer the questions. Give your own answers. 1. Do you have a lot of hobbies?

Yeah, my hobby is play to guitar Yeah, her hobby is listening music 2. Do you like making?

Yeah. Really I am like making things with my body No, I don’t I am not good making things 3. Are you interested in cooking?

No, Really. But I like to potatoes fry with chicken No, really. But I enjoy eating snack 4. Are you into photography?

No, really. But I hate to grasp photography Yeah, I like leaving in photography. 5. Can you knit or crochet?


Yeah, I like knit my chance Yeah, I love knitting my muffler 6. Do you collect anything?

Yeah, I like collect coin of 25tv No, really, I do not collected anything 7. Are you good at fixing cars?

No, I don’t .but my father fixing the car No, Really. I have not cars but her sister at fixing

FULL - TIME What do you do on weekend in the morning?

Well, I love playing every morning in the park near my house with my friends and family. •

What do you do in your spare time?

Well, in my free time and hobbies. I get to draw and paint all objects that I like •

Would you like to participate in a dance course?

I love to dance but not professionally using the lines and positions required to be a dancer. •

What is your hobby?

I like, to study, nor write, but I like reading stories and making up my own story and share poems focus on cookbooks with my friends •

What would you do in the future?

I would like to make to make my own clothes and my first brand to launch the world with an internationally recognized company.

Happy You Year!


Happy New Year!! Yeah, also for you!! Do you live around here? No, actually no. I’m from Quito Really, I have family in Quito Do you like this New Year? Ummm… no the 2011 was my best year? I love the new you. I have much hope in this year. Oh, really? Cool. My name is Patricio and you? Nice to meet you. I’m Elvia. Bibliography •




• Hobbies and Retime

My holiday began on Tuesday. I traveled to Ambato with my friends to Cinemark, also prepared the wash purple with my family. I visited to my grandmother and my grandfather what is in the cemetery. The Friday travel to Quito to visit to my uncle and went to a festivity what realized in the city district, returned to Riobamba to 8:00 clock. I like, to study, nor write, but, I like reading stories and making up my own story and share poems focus on cook books with my friends. But among the things I enjoy listening to music, I think is the best way to give stressed out, I also like to enjoy the good times in life, I like to learn from each experience (though not many) and I have always in mind to overcome the losses will make me a better person)...



Opportunities •

Gives us the opportunity to travel to other countries and to establish a conversation with other people in other languages

The language is recognized around the world

You need to learn so we can develop in professional life

Helps us in our work lives even get more jobs...

Have to work a minimum we need to know two languages and English is essential

Helps us to understand what information is in English either in books or on the internet for some queries...

Weaknesses •


Language is a bit complicated in the pronunciation

It's hard to write in this language

Is very confusing to hear pronunciation of any person

English language has invaded and now people are forgetting the Quechua language is the official

Now people who do not know the English are called illiterate by the simple fact of not adopting the language


Vocabulary Unit 1 Lesson A Getting to Know You


Well = bien

Questionnaire= cuestionario

Mean = medio

Middle = intermedio

After =despues de

Lifestyle= estilo de vida

Full = completo

Major = mayor

Neighborhood= barrio

Alone = solo

Long = largo

Together = juntos

Stress = estrés

Fun = diversión

Fall = caída

Nearby = cerca

Any = cualquier

Spend = pasar

Spell = hechizo

Why = Por qué Lesson B

Things in Common


Building = construcción

Common = común

Noisy = ruidoso

Wreck = naufragio

Guess = adivinar

Either = o

Allergic = alérgico

Too = también

Afford = permitirse el lujo

Broke = rompió

Lover = amante

Brainstorm = Lluvia de ideas

Clothes = ropa

Weekend = fin de semana

Pottages = menestra

Jackets = Chaquetas

T-shirt = Camiseta

Both = ambos

Way = forma

Stand = posición

Often = a menudo

Hate = odio Lesson C

Do You Come Here a Lot?


Which = que

Meet = satisfacer

Health = salud

Where = donde

Weather = tiempo

Cold = frío

Tonight = esta noche

Kind = tipo

Pretty = bastante

Crowded = lleno de gente

Role = papel

Hot = caliente

Arriving = llegar

Loud = fuerte

Break = romper

Smiles = sonrisas

Warm = caliente

Bit = poco

Ahead = adelante

Need = necesidad

Great = gran Lesson D

Making Conversation


Keep = mantener

Quiet = tranquilo

How = cómo

When = cuando

Magazine = revista

Agree = estar de acuerdo

Skills = habilidades

Improve = mejorar

Shy = tímido

Whatever = todo lo que

Guide = guía

Boring = aburrido

Ready = listo

Encourages = alienta a los

Free = libre

Comments = comentarios

Rude = grosero

Want = querer

Rather = más bien

Try = tratar de

Show = mostrar

Go out = salir

Lonely = solitario

Coffe shops = tiendas de café

Bookstores = librerías

Strangers = extraños

Talkative = hablador

Listener = oyente

Avoid = evitar

Vocabulary Notebook Webs of Words •


Learning = aprendizaje

Tip = punta

Bread = pan

Skirt = falda

Sweatshirt = Sudadera

Pineapple = piña

Rever = Rever

Alphabet = alfabeto

Pants = pantalones

Unit 2 Lesson A Leisure Time


College = colegio

Majoring = Especialidad

Journalism = periodismo

Enjoy = disfrutar

Evenings = noches

Mostly = en su mayoría

Cards = tarjetas

Stuff = cosas

Else = más

Utilizing = utilización

Prefer = preferir

Skiing = esquí

Skate = patinar

Board = bordo

Join = unirse

Whistle = silbato

Survey = estudio

Horse = caballo

Ride = paseo Lesson B



Kinds = tipos

Above = por encima

Love = amor

Care = cuidado

Guys = chicos

Lead = conducir

Everybody = todo el mundo

Sure = seguro

Male = masculino

Hear = escuchar

Here = aquí

Come = venir

Everyone =

Nobody = nadie

Almost = casi

Again = otra vez

Own = propio

Notebook = cuaderno

Him = lo

Her = su Lesson C

I really like making things.


Friendly= sociable

Knitting= tejer

Main= principal

Sewing= de costura

Desk= escritorio

Fixing= fijación

Hands= manos

Mechanical= mecánica

Mine= la mía

Coins= monedas

Though= aunque

Bake= Hornear

Cakes= pasteles

Sweaters= suéteres

Statements= declaraciones

Softer= más suave

Jigsaw puzzles = Rompecabezas

Crossword puzzles= Crucigramas

Anything= nada

Learn= aprender

Jewelry= Joyería

Under= bajo

Spends= pasa

Enthusiastic= entusiasta Lesson D

Hobby groups


Tell= decir

Crafts= Artesanía

Outdoors= al aire libre

Easy= fácil

Cash= dinero en efectivo

Concert= concierto

Safe= seguridad

Wooden= madera

Business= negocios

Side= lado

Anyone= Cualquier persona

Replies= respuestas

Screen= pantalla

Recipe= receta

Hardbacks= libros de tapa dura

Paperbacks= libros de bolsillo

Hiking= senderismo

Sent= enviado

Stay= estancia

Bike= bicicleta

Research= investigación

Climbing= escalada

Reply= respuesta

Helpful= útil

Vocabulary Notebook I really like to sing! Chains= cadenas Below= A continuación Playing chess= Jugar al ajedrez Appetizers= aperitivos Manufacture= fabricación Stressed= destacó Snack= merienda




Unit 12 Lesson A Grammar: Countable and uncountable nouns

Countable nouns: Use a/an or plural –s. I have an egg for breakfast every day I don’t eat bananas. How many eggs do you eat a week? I eat a lot of eggs. I don’t eat many (eggs). I don’t eat a lot of eggs. Examples: vegetables, potatoes.

Uncountable nouns: Don’t use a/an or plural –s. I drink milk every morning. I don’t eat seafood. How much milk do you drink a day? I drink a lot of milk. I don’t drink much (milk). I don’t drink a lot of milk. Examples: cheese, meat, fish.


Lesson B What’s for dinner?

Building language Kathy Dan Kathy Dan Kathy Dan Kathy

What do you want for dinner tonight? I don’t know. Would you like to go out? No, we eat all the time. I’d like to stay home tonight. Ok. Um…I think I’d like some chicken. Do we have any in the freezer? Um…no, we need to get some. And we don’t have any vegetables, either. So. I guess we have to go to the grocery store. Hmm. I have another idea. Let’s just go out for dinner.

Grammar: Would like; some and any. Would you like to go out? No. I’d like to stay home. What would you like? I’d like some chicken. Would you like some tea? Yes, please. / No, thanks. Do we have any chicken? Yes, we have some (chicken). No, we don’t have any (chicken). Do we have any vegetables? Yes, we have some (vegetables). No, we don’t have any (vegetables).


Seafood -------- marisco Cheese -------- queso Steak -------- filete Popcorn -------- palomitas de maiz Good luck -------- buena suerte Anyway --------de todos modos Congratulations -------- felicitaciones You did -------- que hicistes


Unit 11 LESSON A Use of was, wasn’t, were, weren’t. A.- Was Jeff's teacher strict? B.- Yes, she was very strict. A.- Was Rosa's boss happy about her mistakes? B.- No, he wasn't too pleased. A.- Were Rosa's customers nice? B.- Yes, they were nice because roas was news. A.- Were Jeff and his classmates noisy? B.- No, they weren't noisy.


Simple past of be I was only 16. You were nervous. She was strict. It was awful. We were quiet. They were scared In conversation was is one the top 20 words

LESSON B Simple past information questions How was your vacation? Where were you exactly? How long were you there? What was the weather like? Who did you go with? When did you get back?

It was fun. In Hawaii. A week. It was hot. A couple of friends. Last night.

Examples: How was your last vacation? Where did you go? How long were you there?


It was great. I went to England. Two weeks.

LESSON C Add a question to continue a conversation. How about you? And you? Examples; A.- How was your weekend? B.- Good, thanks. I went to a wedding. How about you? A.- What did you do on Sunday? B.- I watched TV. And you?

Strategy plus Anyway You can use Anyway to change the topic of a conversation. “Anyway, what did you do?” You can also use Anyway to end a conversation. “The party was good well, Anyway… I have to go.”

VOCABULARY Bought --------comprado


Had --------Tenido Took -------- Tomo Got -------- Conseguido Lived --------Vivido Was -------- Era Went -------- Se fue Funny -------- Divertido Happened -------- Sucedido A party -------- Una fiesta Biking -------- Ciclismo Hiking -------- Excursionismo The beach -------- La playa


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