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👾Mis notas del Curso de Inglés para principiantes 👾

<h1>1. Welcome to the Course</h1>

Yes, I’m ready!

<h1>2. The alphabet</h1>

In this lesson we learned The Alphabet, let’s see a video about it (this video showed me how to move my tongue and mouth with every letter):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LnXUl2e2Np0

<h1>3.Practice: the alphabet</h1>

It was fun to practice this 😃.

<h3>I. Complete the alphabet with the missing letters.</h3>

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Now, complete the exercises:

  1. This word starts with the letter ___ C (Candle)
  2. This word starts with the letter ___ P (Popcorn)
  3. This word starts with the letter ___ K (Keys)
  4. This word starts with the letter ___ O (Orange)
  5. This word starts with the letter ___ U (Umbrella)
  6. This word starts with the letter ___ Y (Yoga)
  7. This word starts with the letter ___ I (Ice cream)
  8. This word starts with the letter ___ S (Sand)
  9. This word starts with the letter ___ Z (Zebra)
  10. This word starts with the letter ___ G (Grass)
<h1>4. How do you spell that?</h1>

Listening:

  1. C O M P U T E R
  2. C L O C K
  3. R O B O T
  4. My name is Gine: G I N A
  5. B a r a c k - O b a m a

My name is spelled ________ and my last name is spelled _______:

S E B A S T I A N - M I T A M

Feel free to correct me 😃.

<h1>5. Practice: how do you spell that?</h1>

In this class we practiced how to spell some words. I recorded myself in this link:

https://voca.ro/1nV91cCb8uSC

Feel free to correct me 😃.

<h1>6. Numbers 1-30</h1>

In this class we learned the numbers, from 1 to 30.

Complete de sentence:

  1. There are 3 dogs.
  2. There’re 8 books.
  3. There’re 15 billiard balls.
  4. There’re 21 color pencils.
  5. There area 17 candles.
<h1>7. Practice: the numbers 1-30</h1>

Here’s my answers 😀:

  1. There’re four kittens. ©
  2. There’re twenty apples. ©
  3. There’re thirteen golf balls. (a)
  4. There’re eight cupcakes. (b)
  5. There’re five robots. (d)
  6. There’re six books, (d)
  7. There’re nine hands. (b)
  8. There’re fourteen roses. (b)
  9. There’re nineteen cups. ©
  10. There’re thirty baloons. (a)

Feel free to correct me 😁

<h1>8. What time is it?</h1>

In this lesson we learned how to say the time, using numbers from 1 to 30.

Select the correct answer:

  1. It’s 3:20pm (a)
  2. It’s seven thirty at night (b)
  3. It’s five fourteen in the morning (b)
  4. It’s nine o’clock at night (a)

Feel free to correct me ☺

<h1>9. Practice: What time is it?</h1>

Look at the pictures and select TRUE or FALSE:

  1. It’s ten o’clock → true
  2. It’s nine fifteen → false
  3. It’s seve twenty → false
  4. It’s seven thirty → true
  5. It’s four twenty-one → false

Feel free to correct me 👾

<h1>10. Days of the week and prepositions of time</h1>

In this lesson we learned:

The days of the week:

  1. Monday
  2. Tuesday
  3. Wednesday
  4. Thursday
  5. Friday
  6. Saturday
  7. Sunday

Prepositions of time:

  1. In the morning
  2. in the afternoon
  3. in the evening
  4. at night

Complete the sentences:

  1. I go to the gym on Wednesday at two in the afternoon.
  2. I go to the restaurant on Friday at eight thirty at night.

👾 Feel free to correct me 👾

<h1>11. Practice: Days of the week and prepositions of time</h1>

I. Look at the schedule and complete the sentence with the correct preposition of time: in, on or at.

  1. I go to work on Monday in the morning.
  2. I go to the bank on Tuesday in the afternoon.
  3. I go to school on Wednesday in the morning.
  4. I go to the gym on Thursday at night.

II. Look at the schedule and complete the sentence.

  1. I go to the restaurant on Friday in the evening.
  2. I go to the park on Sunday in the afternoon.

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<h1>12. Hello and goodbye</h1>

In this lesson we learned Greetings and farewells, in other words: How to say hi and goodbye 😃.

Greetings:

  1. Hi
  2. Hello
  3. How are you?
  4. Good morning
  5. Good afternoon
  6. Good evening

Farewells

  1. Bye
  2. Goodbye
  3. See you later
  4. Take care

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<h1>13. Introducing yourself</h1>

In this lesson we’ll learn how to introduce ourselves!

-Exercise:

Listen and complete the text!

Good morning! My name is Gina. My last name is spelled P e d r a z a

I’m 29 years old. I’m from New York City.

Challenge!

Hello!, my name is Sebastian. My last name is spelled M o n t e s

I’m 33 years old. I’m from Ecuador.

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<h1>14. Practice: Introducing yourself</h1>

Challenge!

Hello!, my name is Sebastian. My last name is spelled M o n t e s

I’m 33 years old. I’m from Ecuador.

You can hear me here:

https://voca.ro/17AA14X2CQQ5

👾 Feel free to correct me 👾

<h1>15. Jobs and personality</h1>

I → am


He

She -→ it

It


You

We —> are

They

Complete the sentence:

  1. She**'s** a doctor.
  2. He**'s** a teacher.
  3. He**'s** a student at Platzi.
  4. She**'s** a chef.
  5. They**'re** pilots.

Jobs an personality:

  1. She’s a doctor. She’s happy.
  2. She’s a teacher. She’s angry.
  3. They’re policemen. They’re funny.
  4. He’s an actor. He’s serious.
  5. He’s a student. He’s intelligent.

As a suggestion, you should replace policeman with “police officer”, as a new neutral way to call the job. (Just like firefighter use to be called "fireman").

👾 Feel free to correct me 👾

<h1>15. Practice: Jobs and personality</h1>

I. Look at the picture and organize the sentence correctly.

  1. He’s angry.
  2. They’re funny.
  3. .You’re serious
  4. I’m happy.
  5. She’s intelligent.

II. Complete the sentences about jobs using a or an.

  1. She’s a nurse.
  2. He’s a dancer.
  3. She’s an athlete.
  4. She’s a developer.
  5. I’m an architect.

👾 Feel free to correct me 👾

<h1>16. Places</h1>

In this lesson we learned about places in the city:

  1. This is a bakery.
  2. This is a hospital.
  3. This is an airport.
  4. This is a school.
  5. This is a pharmacy.
  6. This is a bank.
  7. This is a bookstore.
  8. This is train station.

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<h1>17. Practice: Places</h1>

I. Match the places in the box with the pictures.

  1. This is an airport.
  2. This is a pharmacy.
  3. This is a pet store.
  4. This is a bookstore.
  5. This is a library
  6. This is a hospital.
  7. This is a restaurant.
  8. This is a bank.
  9. This is a school.
  10. This is a post office.
  11. This is a movie teather.
  12. This is a train station.

👾 Feel free to correct me 👾

<h1>18. Prepositions of place</h1>

In this lesson we learned about preposition of place:

Some examples:

The apple is on the box.

The apple is between the boxes.

The apple is in front of the box

The apple is next to the book.


Look at the map:

  1. The school is next to the restaurant.
  2. The police station is between the bank and the store.
  3. The drug store is in front of the police station.

This helped me a lot:
prepositions-1024x597.jpg

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<h1>19. Practice: Prepositions of place</h1>

Look at the picture and answer TRUE or FALSE.

  1. The flowers are in the vase (true).
  2. The books are on the table (true).
  3. The cushions are next to the cup (false).
  4. The decorative pineapple is betwwen the vase and the flowers (false).
  5. The cup is in front of the cushions (true).
  6. The vase is behind the decorative pineapple (true).

👾 Feel free to correct me 👾

<h1>20. What do you like to do</h1>

In this lesson we learned how to say what do we like to do 😃.

I like to watch tv.

I like to cook.

I like to run in the park.

I like to play guitar.


One of my favorite hobbies:

I like to sing 😃.


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<h1>21. Practice: What do you like to do</h1>

II. Now, make a list of the hobbies you like.

  1. I like to cook.
  2. I like to listen to music.
  3. I like to play the guitar.

👾 Feel free to correct me 👾

<h1>22. Like vs dislike</h1>

In this lesson we learned about like and don’t like.

  1. I like to dance / I don’t like to exercise.
  2. I like to play soccer / I don’t like to play tennis.
  3. I like to eat pasta / I don’t like to eat fish.

Complete the sentences:

  1. I like to read / I don’t like to smoke.

One example:

  1. I like to drink coffee / I don’t like to swim.

👾 Feel free to correct me 👾

<h1>23. Adverbs of frequency</h1>

In this lesson we learned about adverbs of frequency:

0% - never

5% - rarely

10% - seldom

30% - occasionally

50% - sometimes

70% - often

80% - frequently

90% - usually

100% - always


Rule for adverbs of frequency:

Noun + frequency + action

Examples:

  1. I (noun) never (frequency) drink coffee (action).
  2. I always go to the park on Sundays.
  3. I usually go to a restaurant on Fridays.
  4. I frequently play with my dog.
  5. I often shop online.
  6. Sometimes I drink tea.
  7. I ocassionaly eat cake.
  8. I seldom drink wine.
  9. I rarely do yoga.
  10. I never play voleyball.

Exception: Sometimes:

Example:

  1. Sometimes I go to the beach.

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<h1>24. Practice: Adverbs of frequency</h1>

I. Complete the sentences.

  1. I never eat cereal for breakfast.
  2. I always go to the park on Sunday.
  3. Our father occasionally cooks dinner.
  4. She often drinks tea.
  5. My mother is seldom angry.

II. Organize the sentences correctly.

  1. Sometimes they watch tv in the afternoon.
  2. I usually go to work at 7 o’clock.

👾 Feel free to correct me 👾

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