Whose laptop is this?
What will you learn about adverbs and nouns
Intro: Audio class 1
Questions using “what” and “which”
Questions using “whose”
Verbs of perception using “can” and “can’t”
Quiz: Whose laptop is this?
What are you going to do?
Intro: Audio class 2
Vocabulary: Leisure activities
Personal plans and intentions for the future using "going to”
Talking about the future using “will”
Using “let’s” for invitations and suggestions
Quiz: What are you going to do?
I would like to eat something
Intro: Audio class 3
Vocabulary: Countable and uncountable nouns (food)
Using “many” and “much” with countable and uncountable nouns
Countable plural nouns
Using the article “the”
Using “would like to” to place orders and offers
Quiz: I would like to eat something
Where are you now?
Intro: Audio class 4
Vocabulary: Adverbs and prepositions
Adverbs of place and motion
Prepositions of motion
Quiz: Where are you now?
Email me the report, please
Intro: Audio class 5
Using “please” with imperative verbs
Using “because” with verb phrases
Quiz: Email me the report, please
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"Would like to" es utilizado para hacer pedidos u ofrecimientos.
Q: Would you like to go to the cinema tonight?
A: Yes, I would.* Sounds great!
Las contracciones para “would” son:
|Forma larga||Forma corta|
A: Would you like to have dinner tonight?
B: Yes, I would / I’d like to have dinner.
A: No, I’m sorry. I wouldn’t like to have dinner tonight. How about tomorrow.
Observa las oraciones y el uso de “would like to” para hacer pedidos u ofrecimientos para cada situación.
A: I want to go the cinema an eat something.
B: Would you like to eat some popcorn?
A: I want to start doing some physical activity.
B: Would you like to go to the gym?
A: I need a break from my work.
B: Would you like to go on vacations?
A: I want to go outside.
B: Would you like to go for a walk?
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Contribución creada por Andrés Guano.