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BÁSICO 1 (A1)

Dear Students,
I would like you to use this website as a complement to your student's book.
I hope you enjoy it!!!


http://basico1eoi.wikispaces.com comenzó a construirse el día 08/01/2012.
http://basico1englisheoi.wikispaces.com comenzó a construirse el día 01/07/2013 y sigue en construcción.

Mª Ángeles A.





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Exams:

· School calendar
Review the most important instructions you should know to do your exams.

· E-mail
Get in touch with your teacher by e-mail.

· Exam Instructions
Check what the instructions are for this school year.

· Writings
Cómo y en qué formato entregar los "writings" en clase a la profesora para que los corrija.
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CONTENTS:




GRAMMAR
VOCABULARY
PRONUNCIATION

Unit 1




Unit 1A
verb be +, subject pronouns: I, you, etc
days of the week, numbers 0-20, greetings
vowel sounds, word stress
Unit 1B
verb be ? and -
the world (nationalities), numbers 21-100
/ə/, /tʃ/, /ʃ/, /dʒ/; sentence stress
Unit 1C
possessive adjectives: my, your, etc.
classroom language, personal information
/əʊ/, /u:/, /a:/; the alphabet
Practical English
Arriving in London - At a hotel (dialogue)

Unit 2




Unit 2A
a / an, plurals; this / that / these / those
things
final -s and -es; th
Unit 2B
adjectives
colours, adjectives, modifiers: quite / very / really
long and short vowel sounds
Unit 2C
imperatives, let's
feelings
uderstanding connected speech
Revise and Check
1 & 2
· Phonetics
· Review: At a hotel (dialogue)


Unit 3




Unit 3A
present simple + and -
verb phrases
third person -s
Unit 3B
present simple ?
jobs
/ɜ:/
Unit 3C
word order in questions
question words (tv programmes, music)
sentence stress
Practical English
telling the time, buying a coffee at a café (dialogue)

Unit 4




Unit 4A
Whose ...?, possessive 's
family
/ʌ/, the letter o
Unit 4B
prepositions of time (at, in, on,) and place (at, in to)
everyday activities (routine), connectors (then, after, during, before, from ... to, until)
linking and sentences stress
Unit 4C
position of adverbs and expressions of frequency
adverbs and expressions of frequency
the letter h
Revise and Check
3 & 4
British vs. American English


Unit 5




Unit 5A
can / can't
verb phrases: buy a newspaper, etc.
sentence stress
Unit 5B
present continuous
verb phrases (play), (see / look at / watch), (say / speak / talk / tell), (fun / funny), (take / get), (do / make), free time activities, hobbies
/ŋ/
Unit 5C
present simple or present continuous?
the weather and seasons
places in London
Practical English
In a clothes shop (dialogue)


Unit 6




Unit 6A
object pronouns: me, you, him,etc.
phone language
/ai/, /i/, and /i:/
Unit 6B
like + (verb+ -ing)
the date; ordinal numbers; festivities
consonant clusters; saying the date
Unit 6C
revision: be or do?
music
/j/
Revise and Check
5 & 6
London and Dublin


Unit 7




Unit 7A
past simple of be: was / were
word formation: paint - painter
sentence stress
Unit 7B
past simple: regular verbs
past time expressions
-ed endings
Unit 7C
past simple: irregular verbs
go, have, get
sentence stress
Practical English
Getting lost (dialogue): Giving Directions


Unit 8




Unit 8A
past simple: regular and irregular
irregular verbs
past simple verbs
Unit 8B
there is / there are; indefinite articles: some / any + plural nouns
the house
/eə/ and /ɪə/, sentence stress
Unit 8C
there was / there were
prepositions: place and movement
silent letters
Revise and Check
7 & 8
Sherlock Holmes


Unit 9




Unit 9A
countable / uncountable nouns; a / an, some / any
food
the letters ea
Unit 9B
quantifiers: how much / how many, a lot of, etc.
food containers
/ʃ/ and /s/
Unit 9C
comparative adjectives
high numbers
/ə/, sentence stress
Practical English
At a restaurant (dialogue)


Unit 10




Unit 10A
superlative adjectives
places and buildings
consonant groups
Unit 10B
be going to (plans), future time expressions
holidays
sentence stress
Unit 10C
be going to (predictions)
verb phrases
the letters oo
Revise and Check
9 & 10
Future simple vs. Present continuous


Unit 11




Unit 11A
adverbs (manner and modifiers)
common adverbs
word stress


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OTHER RESOURCES:

Dictionary
Cambridge / Collins / Wordreference (to look for words, sentences or definitions in English).




Holidays:

Halloween
(October 31st) Sing the song.
Guy Fawkes
(November 5th)
Día de la violencia de género
(November 25th)
Thanksgiving / Black Friday
(the 4th Thursday in November)
Christmas
(December 22nd - January 7th)
International Women's Day
(March 8th)
St. Patrick's Day
(March 17th)
Día del libro y los derechos de autor
(April 23rd)



Use of English:

Verb tenses
Here you will find all possible tenses for all the different levels you can study at this school.







Reading:

Cartoons
Practise your reading while you enjoy these cartoons.
Jokes
Practise your reading skills and laugh.
Library
Go to the library in the EOI and take a book home.
Thoughts
Practise your reading and think about these thoughts.
Reading Comprehension
Practise your reading skill working with different texts: tales and other stories.
Reading Comprehension
Read some texts and answer some questions about them.
Real USA School Activities
Practise your reading skill working with different texts taken from a real English source.

reading books - eng.editorialweeble.com

Look for other books as the ones you have above, here:
Age:
Arts

Biography

Cooking

Discoveries

Explorations

Geography

History

Music

Science

Space



Listening:

About London
Listen and watch some videos to learn more about London.
British English Videos
Watch these videos and practise English.
British History
Watch and listen to some videos about the History of Great Britain.
Enjoy Videos!
Watch different videos to improve your listening skills.
La Mansión del Inglés
Listen to these audios on this web site.
Listening Comprehension
Practise your listening skill working with different texts: tales and other stories.
Listening Practice
Listen to different stories while you read.
Listen to these videos
It is the story about some friends (it is from the Elementary level).
London
Some videos about London.
Mark and Allie's story
Watch the story between Mark and Allie.
Monica's blog
Listen to some recordings in Monica's web.
Muzzy's Videos
Enjoy Muzzy's videos.
On the phone
Listen to some dialogues about people talking on the phone.
School Library
Go to the school library and take these books home to practise your listening skill.
Songs
Listen to these songs and sing.
Talk English
Listen to these audios and do the comprehension activities.
Vaughan Radio
Listen to a radio programme where you can learn and improve your English.
Vaughan TV
Listen and watch a TV programme where you can learn and improve your English.





Writing:

Linking Words and Phrases - Basico 1
and, but, or
Writing Essays
Practise your writing skill to get the best results in the writing exam.


Speaking:

Review-Phonetics
Work on your pronunciation.
Oral tests
Practise your speaking skill to get the best results in the oral exams.
Timer
Test how long you last talking.
Pictures / Questions
Practise your speaking skill to get the best results in the first part of your oral exam.
Role Plays
Practise your speaking skill to get the best results in the second part of your oral exam.





SENTENCES:

To be / other verbs (short sentences):
Tom
(subject)
is
(copula)
tall.
(predicate adjective, it's a description of the subject)
Tom
is
a teacher.
(predicate nominative, it's another name for the subject)
Boys
(subject)
like
(verb)
chocolate.
(direct object)


To be / other verbs (longer sentences):
The girls
(subject)
X
are
(copula)

always
(adv. of frequency)
very nice.
(predicate)










The young boys
(subject)
always
(adv. of frequency)
like
(verb)
drinking
(verb)
X
hot chocolate
very much
(quantity expression)
in the evening.
(time expression)
The young boys
really
(adverb)
like
(verb)

X
hot chocolate.
(direct object)


The young boys
really
like

X
hot chocolate
very much.



Direct object:
SUBJECT
ADV. of frequency
VERB
DIRECT OBJECT
Prepositional phrase of MANNER
Prepositional phrase of PLACE
FREQUENCY
TIME EXPRESSION
PURPOSE
I
(subject)

brush
(verb)
my teeth.
(direct object)





I

brush
my white teeth.





I

brush
my white teeth


every morning.
(time expression)


I

brush
my white teeth
with toothpaste
(prepositional phrase of manner)

every morning.


I
always
(adv. of frequency)
brush
my white teeth
with toothpaste
in the bathroom
every morning
after breakfast
to keep them clean.
They

have
English class

at school
everyday.


My friend

bought
a new car

in Amsterdam
(prepositional phrase of place)
last Friday.


We

watched
TV
together
at home
yesterday.


I

love
him.
(object pronoun)





She
always
swims

enthusiastically
in the swimming-pool
every morning
before dawn
to keep in shape.
He

walks

alone
into town
every afternoon
before dinner
to get a newspaper.
She

sleeps


in her room
every night
after dinner.



No direct object:
I
(subject)

get up
(verb)
at seven o'clock.
(prepositional phrase of time)

I

get up
at seven o'clock
everyday.
(adverb of time)
I
sometimes
(adv. of frequency)
get up
at seven o'clock
in the morning.


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kind vs. kinds:
plural nouns:

What kind of films do you like?
I like science-fiction films.
What kind of magazines do you like?
I like home and lifestyle magazines.
What kind of books do you like?
Usually science fiction or fantasy novels.

uncountable nouns:

What kind of music do they like?
They like the same kind of music.
What kind of food do you like?
I like Japanese food.


"all kinds"
What kind of music do you like?
I like all kinds of music, I like rock, jazz, dance music, and I also like some classical as well.
















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