jueves, 20 de agosto de 2015

FINAL EXAM - 3 TERM

ESTUDIAR GOING TO EN EL SIGUIENTE LINK:
http://colomboarmenia.com/files/documentos/6120140219091235.pdf

ESTUDIAR USED TO EN EL SIGUIENTE LINK:
http://www.macmillaninspiration.com/original/files/2010/07/INSP3_ws11.pdf

ESTUDIAR PASADO SIMPLE EN EL SIGUIENTE LINK:
https://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/tests/simple-past-1

jueves, 13 de agosto de 2015

CHIC@S DE 402 AQUI LES DEJO UNA BREVE Y MUY PUNTUAL EXPLICACIÓN DE LA CLASE DE HOY, DE IGUAL MANERA MAÑANA VUELVO A EXPLICAR.

El uso de 'used to' en inglés


¿CUÁNDO USAMOS USED TO EN INGLÉS?
Usamos used to para hablar de hábitos, estados o acciones que se repetían con frecuencia en el pasado y que ya han dejado de ocurrir. Por ejemplo:

Hábito: I used to collect trading cards when I was a child (de niña solía coleccionar cromos)(=ahora ya no lo hago)
Estado: My friends used to be crazy about the Spice Girls (mis amigas estaban locas por las Spice Girls) 
Acción: My teacher used to say "sit down and shut up" (mi profesor solía decir: "siéntate y cállate). 

¿CÓMO SE FORMA?
Se usa la misma forma con todas las personas.

Afirmativas
I / You / He / She / It / We / They + used to + verbo
Ej:  I used to play football, he used to play football, we used to play football...

Negativas
I / You / He / She / It / We / They + didn't use to + verbo
Ej: I didn't use to play football, he didn't use to play football, we didn't use to play football...


Interrogativas
 Did + I / You / He / She / It / We / They + use to + verbo?
Ej: Did you use to smoke? (¿Solías fumar?)
    What did you use to do? (¿Qué solías hacer?) 

CUIDADO:
1. No olvidéis quitar la "d" de "used" en negativas e interrogativas.

2. No debemos confundir used to (seguido de infinitivo) con get used to be used to (seguidos de verbo acabado en -ing).

Used to +infitivo = solía (hábitos pasados)
get used to +ing = acostumbrase a
be used to +ing = estar acostumbrado a 

jueves, 6 de agosto de 2015

PRACTICE THIS VOCABULARY POR PARTIAL 2

bag
rucksack
pocket
bracelet
earrings
glasses
gloves
scarf
belt
necklace
cap
hat

1. You wear a  around your waist to hold your trousers up.

2. Jewellery for your ears are called  .

3.  help you to see.

4. You wear  on your hands to keep them warm.

5. Part of your trousers or jacket etc. where you can put things is called a  .

6. A  is a type of bag that you wear on your back.

7. You wear a  on your head. It has a visor to protect your eyes from the sun.

8. You put things in a  so you can carry them around.

9. A piece of jewellery for your neck is called a  .

10. You wear a  around your neck to keep warm.

PRACTICE THE VOCABULARY

radiator
wall
window
aircon
floor
door
ceiling
carpet
socket
switch

1. The metal object that hangs on the wall and keeps us warm is called a  .

2. A  is made from glass and you can look outside through it.

3. The  is found at the top part of the room where the lights usually are.

4. The  is found on the bottom part of the room where the carpet usually is.

5. A colourful and sometimes beautiful decoration we put on the floor is called a  .

6. The plastic object where you can plug your electronic items such as a computer or TV is called a  .

7. A  is a plastic object you have to press to turn the lights on and off.

8. There are usually four  in a room, above the floor but below the ceiling.

9. A  is usually made from wood and you can enter or leave a room through it.

10. The plastic object that hangs on the wall and blows hot or cold air is called an  .