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1. VOCABULARY & SPEAKING:


play

play a game:
I play football.
play an instrument:
I play the guitar.
play music:
I play my favourite music on my CD player.
I play my favourite music on my iPod.
My neighbours play loud music.




see / look at / watch

Remember these uses:
· talk + preposition: Talk to me. / He talked to me.
· tell + preposition: Tell me. / He told me.
· say + preposition: He said to me. / My parents often say to me "You should study more".


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See = to ‘see’ something that comes into our sight that we weren’t looking for.
Did you see that bird? (I wasn’t looking for it, it just appeared.)
I saw you driving to work today.’

Look at = to look at something for a reason, with an intention.
Look at that strange man.’
Look at the pictures I took on holiday.’

Watch = to look at something carefully, usually at something which is moving.
Watch TV’ (the TV doesn’t move, but you watch the moving images carefully.)
Watch here you are going! You almost stepped on my foot!



say / speak / talk / tell


BRITISH English
AMERICAN English
How?
What language?
speak (more formal)
to somebody (eg. Speak to me)
with somebody (eg. Speak with me)
eg. speak fluently, speak slowly
eg. speak English, speak Russian
talk (more colloquial)
to somebody (eg. Talk to me)
with somebody (eg. Talk with me)
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Speak to or talk to may imply superiority or reprimanding, eg. A teacher wants to speak (talk) to you. / My father wants to speak (talk) with me.

say + noun,
eg. He said something to her.

say + a clause (that)
eg. The said that he can't go to the party.


tell somebody (about / of) something
He always tells me about his future plans.

tell something to somebody
e.g. They tell a story to their son; He tells secrets to everybody; I tell a joke to a friend.

tell somebody that
e.g. I always tell her that she can come to my house.

tell somebody + infinitive (to do)
e.g. I always tell him to be nice.


You may use the preposition about with speak, talk and tell:
about : speak about something / talk about something / tell about something.




Other examples:
say
hello / good morning / good afternoon / good evening / good night / something / nothing / a prayer / a few words / no more / for certain / for sure / so / ...
tell
the truth / a lie / a story / a secret / a joke / the time / the difference / one from anther / somebody one's name / somebody the way / somebody so / someone's fortune / ...
ask
a question / a favour / the price / after somebody / the time / around / for something / for somebody / ...



fun / funny

I have fun at school. (diversión / divertido)
That joke is funny. (gracioso)
This fish tastes funny. (raro)



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take / get
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do / make

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2. GRAMMAR:


PRESENT CONTINUOUS:
I am talking.
I'm not talking.
Am I talking?
Yes, I am. / No, I'm not.
You are talking.
You aren't talking.
Are you talking?
Yes, you are. / No, you aren't.
He is talking.
He isn't talking.
Is he talking?
Yes, he is. / No, he isn't.
She is talking.
She isn't talking.
Is she talking?
Yes, she is. / No, she isn't.
It is talking.
It isn't talking.
Is it talking?
Yes, it is. / No, it isn't.
We are talking.
We aren't talking.
Are we talking?
Yes, we are. / No, we aren't.
You are talking.
You aren't talking.
Are you talking?
Yes, you are. / No, you aren't.
They are talking.
They aren't talking.
Are they talking?
Yes, they are. / No, they aren't.


In a Present Continuous sentence you can find:
· now, e.g. I'm singing now.
· right now, She's running right now.
· at the moment, They are studying at the moment.


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The 3 basic spelling rules to write the continuous form (gerund) are:
1. infinitive form + -ing: be > being, go > going, send > sending, ...
2. mono-syllabic verbs (ending in consonant + vowel + consonant) double the final consonant + -ing: sit > sitting, get > getting, swim > swimming, ...
3. verbs ending in -e + -ing: have > having, live > living, write > writing, ...


General spelling rules for verb + -ing:




FREE TIME:
hobby
hobby
Do you have any hobbies?
interest
aficción
What are your interests?
plan
plan
What plans do you have?


Possible examples:
go for a walk
My parents are going for a walk in the park.

go to
I'm going to the bar to have a coke.
Are you going to the disco? No, we aren't.
listening to
My friends are listening to the radio.

reading
I'm reading a very interesting book.

staying
We are staying at a very big luxurious hotel.
Where are you staying? I'm staying at a hostal.
watch
We are watching television.
What film are you watching? We are watching Superman.

Video:
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Do these activities:
· Action verbs - Crossword 1
· Action verbs - Crossword 2
· Picture game












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PRESENT CONTINUOUS
  • Complete the sentences using the present simple tense or the present continuous tense.
  • Choose the correct word or phrase to complete the question. Each question has only one correct answer. When you are finished click on the "Next Question" button.
  • Using the words in parentheses, complete the text below with the appropriate tenses, then click the "Check" button to check your answers.




3. PRONUNCIATION & SPEAKING:


/ŋ/ e.g. singer, going, thanks


/n/


/m/, /n/, /ŋ/




4. LISTENING:


Free time activities:






















Do the quiz:




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