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Oxford University Press Grammar: Verb be - ? 1; Verb be - ? 2


1. VOCABULARY


Remember this exception: I'm Arab and I speak Arabic.

Where are you from? I'm from Europe. / I'm from Spain.

EUROPE
(country)
EUROPEAN
(nationality)
(language)
Austria
Austrian (austríaco / a)
German
Belgium (Bélgica)
Belgian (belga)
Dutch / French / German
Denmark (Dinamarca)
Danish (danés / a)
Danish
France
French
French
Germany
German
German
Holland (Holanda)
Dutch (holandés /sa)
Dutch / French / German
Italy
Italian
Italian
Portugal
Portuguese
Portuguese
Russia
Russian
Russian
Spain
Spanish
Spanish
Sweden (Suecia)
Swedish (sueco / a)
Swedish
Switzerland (Suiza)
Swiss (suizo / a)
German / French / Italian / Romansh
United Kingdom
British (británico / a)
English


AMERICA:
America / United States
American
English
Argentina
Argentinian
Spanish
Bolivia
Bolivian
Spanish
Brazil
Brazilian
Portuguese
Canada
Canadian
English / French
Chile
Chilean
Spanish
Colombia
Colombian
Spanish
Cuba
Cuban
Spanish
Dominican Republic
Dominican
Spanish
Mexico
Mexican
Spanish
Paraguay
Paraguayan
Spanish
Peru
Peruvian
Spanish
Uruguay
Uruguayan
Spanish
Venezuela
Venezuelan
Spanish


ASIA:
Afganistan
Afghan
Pashto / Dari
China
Chinese
Chinese
Japan
Japanese
Japanese
India
Indian
Bengali / English / Hindi / Nepali / Sanskrit
Indonesia
Indonesian
Bahasa Indonesia
Iran
Iranian
Persian
Iraq
Iraqi
Arabic / Kurdish
Israel
Israeli
Hebrew / Arabic
Palestine
Palestinian
Arabic
South Korea
Korean
Korean
Taiwan
Taiwanese (taiwanés / a)
Chinese
Turkey
Turkish
Turkish
Thailand
Thai (tailandés)
Thai
The Philippines
Filipino
Filipino / Tagalog / English / Spanish


Si quieres ver más nacionalidades visita: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_countries_and_dependencies_and_their_capitals_in_native_languages

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foreigner
extranjero (persona)
natonality
nacionalidad


























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Do the quiz:





Activities:
· Oxford Univesity Press Vocabulary: Crossword and wordsearch: COUNTRIES AND NATIONALITIES

· Countries & Nationalities.

Games:
http://www.agendaweb.org/vocabulary/countries_nationalities-exercises.html
http://www.esolcourses.com/topics/countries-and-nationalities.html



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A cultural hint:
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2. PRONUNCIATION


/ə/ Este sonido se llama schua y es el sonido más común en inglés. Suele producirse antes y después de sílabas acentuadas. La última sílaba -er siempre se pronuncia /ə/, e.g. computer /kəmˈpjuːtə(r)/




/tʃ/
The letters ch and tch are usually pronounced /tʃ/, e.g. children, watch.



/ʃ/
the letters sh are always pronounced /ʃ/, e.g. she, shop. The letters s and doubble ss are very rarely pronounced /ʃ/, e.g. only in sure, sugar, Russian, passion, and a few other words.



/dʒ/
j is always pronounced /dʒ/, e.g. Japanese.
g is usually pronounced /dʒ/, before e or i (e.g. German, giraffe), but is pronounced /g/ before all other consonants, e.g. gate, goodbye, and sometimes before e and i, e.g. get, give, etc.




3. GRAMMAR:


VERBO TO BE:


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Other rules:
- In conversation it is more common to use contractions (I'm not French) in negatives than the full form (I am not French).
- In the negative the verb be can be contracted in two ways, e.g. You aren't English (contracting not) or You're not English (contracting are).

Activities:




4. PRONUNCIATION & SPEAKING:


Within a sentence, some words are stressed more strongly than others. Stressed words are usually "information" words, i.e. nouns, adjectives, verbs.
Unstressed words are usually shorter such as pronouns, articles, prepositions, and auxiliary verbs.




5. VOCABULARY:




1. one
11. eleven



100. a hundred / one hundred
1.000. a thousand / one thousand

1.000.000. a million /one million

2. two
12. twelve

20. twenty

200. two hundred
2.000. two thousand

1.000.000.000.000. a billion / one billion

3. three
13. thirteen

30. thirty

300. three hundred
3.000. three thousand



4. four
14. fourteen

40. forty

400. four hundred
4.000. four thousand



5. five
15. fifteen

50. fifty

500. five hundred
5.000. five thousand



6. six
16. sixteen

60. sixty

600. six hundred
6.000. six thousand



7. seven
17. seventeen

70. seventy

700. seven hundred
7.000. seven thousand



8. eight
18. eighteen

80. eighty

800. eight hundred
8.000. eight thousand



9. nine
19. nineteen

90. ninety

900. nine hundred
9.000. nine thousand



10. ten










hundred / thousand: nunca se escriben en plural hundreds / thousands.

20. twenty
30. thirty
40. forty
50. fifty
60. sixty
70. seventy
80. eighty
90. ninety
21. twenty-one
31. thirty-one
41. forty-one
51. fifty-one
61. sixty-one
71. seventy-one
81. eighty-one
91. ninety-one
22. twenty-two
32. thirty-two
42. forty-two
52. fifty-two
62. sixty-two
72. seventy-two
82. eighty-two
92. ninety-two
23. twenty-three
33. thirty-three
43. forty-three
53. fifty-three
63. sixty-three
73. seventy-three
83. eighty-three
93. ninety-three
24. twenty-four
34. thirty-four
44. forty-four
54. fifty-four
64. sixty-four
74. seventy-four
84. eighty-four
94. ninety-four
25. twenty-five
35. thirty-five
45. forty-five
55. fifty-five
65. sixty-five
75. seventy-five
85. eighty-five
95. ninety-five
26. twenty-six
36. thirty-six
46. forty-six
56. fifty-six
66. sixty-six
76. seventy-six
86. eighty-six
96. ninety-six
27. twenty-seven
37. thirty-seven
47. forty-seven
57. fifty-seven
67. sixty-seven
77. seventy-seven
87. eighty-seven
97. ninety-seven
28. twenty-eight
38. thirty-eight
48. forty-eight
58. fifty-eight
68. sixty-eight
78. seventy-eight
88. eighty-eight
98. ninety-eight
29. twenty-nine
39. thirty-nine
49. forty-nine
59. fifty-nine
69. sixty-nine
79. seventy-nine
89. eighty-nine
99. ninety-nine

246 = 2(and)46 = two hundred and forty-six (la palabra "and" aunque sí se pronuncia, en muchas ocasiones no se escribe).
687 = 6(and)87 = six hundred and eighty-seven
811 = 8(and)11 = eight hundred and eleven

C and D-U,C and D-U , C and D-U (centena de millón and decena de millón, unidad de millón, centena de millar and decena de millar, unidad de millar, centenas and decenas unidades)
1.034 = 1.0(and)34 = one thounsand / a thousand and thirty-four
2.059 = 2.0(and)59 = two thousand and fifty-nine
3.112 = 3.1(and)12 = three thousand one hundred / a hundred and twelve
4.275 = 4.2(and)75 = four thousand two hundred and seventy-five
8.888 = 8.8(and)88 = eight thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight

1.634.251 = 1.6(and)34.2(and)51 = one million, six hundred and thirty-four thousand, two hundred and fifty-one


Try to write these numbers in words and then check them:
28, 34, 40, 42, 55, 68, 81, 120, 376, 499, 783, 977.

28. twenty-eight
55. fifty-five
120. one hundred / a hundred and twenty
34. thirty-four
68. sixty-eight
376. three hundred and seventy-six
40. forty
81. eighty-one
499. four hundred and ninety-nine
42. forty-two

783. seven hundred and eighty-three


977. nine hundred and seventy-seven

Numbers: 20 - 100













Do the quiz:





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GAME!!! NUMBER SERIES - GAME
Follow the instructions.

Oxford University Press Activities with numbers: Countries and Nationalities; Numbers (pronunce and write)

Oxford University Press Vocabulary: Crossword and wordsearch: NUMBERS



ORDINALS:

(one) first 1st
(eleven) eleventh 11th
(twenty-one) twenty-first 21st
(thirty-one) thirty-first 31st
(one hundred) one hundredth 100th
(two) second 2nd
(twelve) twelfth 12th
(twenty-two) twenty-second 22nd
(thirty-two) thirty-second 32nd
(one thousand) one thousandth 1.000th
(three) third 3rd
(thirteen) thirteenth 13th
(twenty-three) twenty-third 23rd
(thirty-three) thirty-third 33rd
(one million) one millionth 1.000.000th
(four) fourth 4th
(fourteen) fourteenth 14th
(twenty-four) twenty-fourth 24th
(fourty) fortieth 40th

(five) fifth 5th
(fifteen) fifteenth 15th
(twenty-five) twenty-fifth 25th
(fifty) fiftieth 50th

(six) sixth 6th
(sixteen) sixteenth 16th
(twenty-six) twenty-sixth 26th
(sixty) sixtieth 60th

(seven) seventh 7th
(seventeen) seventeenth 17th
(twenty-seven) twenty-seventh 27th
(seventy) seventieth 70th

(eight) eighth 8th
(eighteen) eighteenth 18th
(twenty-eight) twenty-eighth 28th
(eighty) eightieth 80th

(nine) ninth 9th
(nineteen) nineteenth 19th
(twenty-nine) twenty-ninth 29th
(ninety) ninetieth 90th

(ten) tenth 10th
(twenty) twentieth 20th
(thirty) thirtieth 30th



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Joke of the day:
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7. READING


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8. SONG:


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All Over the World (Electric Light Orchestra)







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