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1. VOCABULARY & PRONUNCIATION:










What's the date today?
Today is ...
They write:

You read:
6th April 2009

· (the) sixth (of) April two thousand and nine (more common said) / April (the) sixth (only in spoken language)
6 April 2009 (withouth "th" only in writting)

· (the) sixth (of) April two thousand and nine (more common said) / April (the) sixth (only in spoken language)
6th April

(the) 6th (of) April / April (the) 6th



April 6th

April (the) 6th.



12th March

(the) twelfth (of) March
1/22/2014

(the) twenty-second (of) January two thousand and fourteen
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My birthday is ...
on April (the) 6th.

on (the) 6th (of) April.


.
in
on
at
the morning
the afternoon
the evening
January
(the) summer
1978
Tuesday (morning)
the 18th of February
my birthday
four o'clock
midday / midnight
lunchtime
night
the weekend
Christmas / Easter / New Year

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 thousand / a thousand and thirty-four / ten thirty-four
1.807 = 1.8(and)07 = one thousand eight hundred and seven / eighteen oh seven
1.937 = 1.9(and)37 = one thousand nine hundred and thirty-seven / nineteen thirty-seven
2.008 = 2.0(and)8 = two thousand and eight (for years 2.000 - 2.010)
2.011 = 2.0(and)11 = two thousand and eleven / twenty eleven
2.059 = 2.0(and)59 = two thousand and fifty-nine / twenty fifty-nine
3.112 = 3.1(and)12 = three thousand one hundred (a hundred) and twelve / thirty-one twelve
4.275 = 4.2(and)75 = four thousand two hundred and seventy-five / fourty-two seventy-five
8.888 = 8.8(and)88 = eight thousand eight hundred and eighty-eight



What's the date tomorrow?
Tomorrow is Wednesday 4th.
What year is it?
It's 2014.

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When do you go to your English classes?
I go to my English classes ...
on Mondays and Wednesdays.


twice a week.
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When did they celebrate the Tomatina in Spain last year?
in August.

in 2012.

in the morning.

in the afternoon.

in the evening.

in the summer.



on Wednesday.

on Wednesday morning.

on Wednesday in August 2012.

on the last Wednesday in August.

on 29th August. (on the 29th of August)



at night

at 11 o'clock in the morning.

at midday.

at midnight.



Oxford University Press Activities: Times and Dates
Oxford University Press Vocabulary: times and dates (crossword and wordsearch)
Oxford University Press Weblinks: Festivals



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




Observe how to write the date: (M/D/Y), (MONTH, DAY, YEAR):
6B forms_practice.jpg
GAME!!! THE FOUR SEASONS OF THE YEAR - GAME
1. Click on "play" wath the video and when you finish click on "next".
2. Drag and drop the text to label the season. When you finish click on "next".
3. Click on the right answers. When you finish click on "next".
4. Click on the picture that doesn't belong to the topic. When you finish click on "next".
5. Answer the questions. YOU HAVE FINISHED!!!!!

GAME!!! 12 MONTHS - GAME
Watch the video, click on "next" and continue playing.

GAME!!! ORDINAL NUMBERS - GAME
Watch the video, click on "next" and continue playing.


Spanish public holidays in 2013:
1/1
New Year's Eve
Día de año nuevo
6/1
The Three Wise Men's Day / Epiphany
Los reyes magos
10/2
Carnival Feast

19/2
Saint Joseph's Day

28/3
Easter
Semana Santa

Easter Friday
viernes santo

Easter Sunday
domingo de ramos
1/5
Labour Day
Día del trabajo
15/08
Assumption Day
Día de la Asunción de la Virgen
12/10
Spain's National Day
Fiesta nacional de España
1/11
All Saints' Day
Fiesta de todos los santos
6/12
Constitution Day
Día de la Constitución
8/12
Inmaculate Conception's Day
Día de la Inmaculada
25/12
Christmas
Natividad del Señor




2. READING:


blue = it's a color; also means sad.


FESTIVALS IN BRITAIN





Halloween / Guy Fawkes / Christmas



EASTER










HALLOWEEN





3. LISTENING


Do the quiz:





4. GRAMMAR:


like (+ verb -ing) --> NOT I love buy clothes.

I love shopping.
I like buying CDs.
I don't mind washing the dishes.
I don't like dancing.
I hate buying with my mother.


shopping (ir de compras) = going to the shops, e.g. I love shopping.
buying (comprar) = giving money in exchange for something. Say always "buying + noun", e.g. I love buying clothes; I like buying books.


love: I love you.
love: I love shopping.


Spelling rules:
· In the -ing form, verbs ending in y don't change the y for an i as they do in 3rd person singular, e.g. study - studying NOT studing.
· In the -ing form, when a verb ends in consonant, vowel, consonant, you double the last consonant: e.g. swim > swimming.



Be carefull!!!! You need an object pronoun with these verbs, e.g.
Do you like swimming?
Yes, I like swimming very much.

Yes, I like it very much.

Yes, I like very much.



Oxford University Press Grammar: like + -ing 1; like + -ing 2











LIKES & DISLIKES



5. SPEAKING AND WRITING:


Free time activities:














LEISURE IN BRITAIN











6. SONG


Do the quiz:






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