All you will learn about connectors, preferences and more
Listening exercise: A basketball game
Quiz: Describing Events
Simple Past vs. Present Perfect
Eventos semanales de English Academy
Differences between past simple and present perfect
It's just happened
Writing exercise: Simple past vs. Present perfect.
Quiz: Simple Past vs. Present Perfect
Speaking exercise: Prepositions
Compound pronouns: anyone, anybody, anything y anywhere
Role play (Modules 1-4): At the stadium
Comparison and Preferences
(NOT) Same... as...
Like... better / more than...
Comparison and preferences
Quiz: Comparison and Preferences
State changes and suggestions
Changing situations: present continuous and verbs of state change
Suggestions and Offers with Shall...?.
Listening exercise: Suggestions and Offers
Quiz: State changes and suggestions
Quantify and Qualify
A Bit / A Little / A Few
Too / Enough
Quiz: Quantify and Qualify
Definite / Indefinite / No Article
Speaking exercise: Articles
Role play (Modules): Grocery shopping
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Person 1: Rachel and the kids are coming for lunch today. We have to prepare something special.
Person 2: Oh! I had forgotten about that. You’re right. What about cooking some seafood? It’s delicious.
Person 1: Yeah! It’s delicious. But it’s not easy to prepare. How about making pasta? It’s easier to cook, and I like it more than seafood.
Person 2: Ok, then. Pasta it is. Shall we go grocery shopping?
Person 1: First, we need a shopping list… We need to buy a few things.
Person 2: Right! We need to buy spaghetti, an onion, some garlic, a little salt, and pepper… (speaking fast)
Person 1: Slow down! You are speaking too fast. (pretending to write)
Person 2: Sorry!
Person 1: (pretending to finish the list) salt and pepper… The tomato sauce! We should buy the canned one!
Person 2: Of course not! Preparing a fresh tomato sauce is not the same as buying one. Fresh tomatoes make a more delicious sauce.
Person 1: Ok! We can buy fresh tomatoes if you insist. But YOU cook the sauce! I don’t cook well enough…
Person 2: No problem. Do you have a big pan? We need a big one. Three people are coming, plus us two…
Person 1: Sure! Like the big one over there?
Person 2: Nice! I’m getting hungry already (hahaha).
Person 1: Me too! I believe we have everything we need on the list. And if not, we can add a few items to the list when we get to the grocery store. Shall we go now?
Person 2: Yes, let’s.
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Contribución creada por Andrés Guano.