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1 A: Hello. My name's Alison. What's your name? B: Hi. I'm Ricardo. A: Nice to meet you, Ricardo. B: Nice to meet you too, Alison. Unit: 1 Lesson 1 A: Hello. My name's. What's your name? B: Hi. I'm. A: Nice to meet you,. B: Nice to meet you too,. * * * * * * * * * A: What's your fist name? B: Alison. A: How do you spell it? B: A-L-I-S-O-N. Contrast pronouns & possessives BE: I am, you are my, your, Indefinite articles a, an Introducing onself Introducing others Exchanging personal information Greeting and saying good bye Spelling names, objects, etc. A: What's your name? B:. A: How do you spell it? B:. * * * * * * * * * A: How do you spell "mischievous"? B: M-I-S-C-H-I-E-V-O-U-S. Master Alphabet before hand Given names Famous people's names Greetings: hello, good bye, good morning A: How do you spell " "? B:. Variations: Formal and informal versions Cultural notes: No kissing, No hand shaking (unless formal, then firm), keep eye contact Materials needed: None Off campus activity: None

2 A: Hello, Bob. How are you? B: Great. And you, Ann? A: Not bad.. A: Hello,. How are you? B:. And you,? A:. * * * * * * A: Bob, this is Ann. B: Nice to meet you, Ann. C: Nice to meet you too. A:, this is. B: Nice to meet you,. C: Nice to meet you too. * * * * * * * * Unit: 1 Lesson 2 Do not use first names alone with titles Verb to be: Introduce simple clause Greetings: Page 1 Introduce oneself Introduce others Greeting and say goodbye Clarify information Distinguish formal and informal situations State someones's occupation Idioms: A: Mr. Smith, this is Ms. Ann Richards. Ms. Richards, this is Frank Smith. B: It's nice to meet you, Mr. Smith. C: Nice to meet you too...please, call me Ann. B: Thank you, Ann. You can call me Frank. A: Mr., this is Ms.. Ms., this is. B: Nice to meet you, Mr.. C: Nice to meet you too...please, call me. B: Thank you,. You can call me. Variations: Formal and informal versions Cultural notes: No kissing, No hand shaking (unless formal, then firm), keep eye contact Materials needed: none Off campus activity: Introduce yourself in places that tourists or native spekers visit in the city Very well Great Not bad Fine OK Not very well Titles: Only to be used with formal languaje and business Mr. Mrs. Ms. Miss How do you do... Body language Keep eye contact Maintain open arms, sideways Smile Do not hunch over Wave only at a distance Maintain your distance with other speakers Physical contact only with very close acquaintances

3 A: Excuse me, are you Ann Richards? B: Yes, I am. A: Hello. I'm Susan Bennet. I'm a student here. B: Nice to meet you, Susan. A: Nice to meet you too. A: Excuse me, are you? B: Yes, I am. / (No, I'm not) A: Hello. I'm. I'm a. B: Nice to meet you,. A: Nice to meet you too. * * * * * * * * * Unit: 1 Lesson 2 a / an for professions Information questions Be: Yes/no questions Spelling contrasting both languages Courtesy titles Page 2 Identify people Link names and proffessions Introduce oneself in a business situation A: Are you a lawyer? B: No, I'm not. I'm an accountant A: Are you a? B: No, I'm not. I'm. / (Yes, I am.) Variations: At the airport, at the movies, small talk, Cultural notes: People are not addressed using professional titles like in Spanish (licenciado, ingeniero...), except: Dr. Smith, Professor Kelp, Colonel... Materials needed: Real business personal card, Business agenda or address book Off campus activity: Emulations: airport, bus station, restaurant, hotel lobby Relevant Professions and jobs Personal card Multinational company Small talk Jobs to be: Jobs, Occupations: She's an actor Age: I'm 16 Feelings: She's sad. Height: She's 1.66 Weight: she's 50 kg Physical description: I'm tall Personality: He's shy Color: It's brown Place: It's in the bedroom Street location: It's on 5th Ave. Characteristic: It's interesting

4 A: Who are you? B: I'm William A: What's your last name? B: Beckman A: What's your middle name? B: James A: What's your nick name? B: Bill A: Where are you from? B: I'm Mexican A: How old are you? B: I'm 23 years old Unit: 2 Lesson 1 Possessive adjectives, Question words: What, who, how old, where Information questions Form of BE present tense Page 1 Exchanging basic personal Information Asking about age, nationality telephone number, Stating one's origin A: Who are you? B: A: What's your last name? B: A: What's your middle name? B: A: What's your nick name? B: A: Where are you from? B: I'm A: How old are you? B: I'm Exchange of information contextualized in: school, doctor's office, workplace, travel situation, hotel accomodations, etc. Greetings: How's it going? How do you do? Hi Hello Numbers Countries and nationalities Idioms: How are ya Howdy What's up?

5 A: Are you married? B: No, I'm not. A: Do you have a boyfriend? B: Yes I do. A: Is he a sudent? A: Are you married? B: No, I'm not. A: Do you have a? B: Yes I do. A: Is he/she a? A. Do you have any brothers and sisters? B: Yes, I have a brother and two sisters. A: What does your brother do? B: He's a doctor. A: What do your sisters do? B: One's a student and one's an architect. Unit: 2 Lesson 2 Simple present Verb to be Yes/no questions Present tense and auxiliaries do / does Page 2 Asking and stating marital staus Asking about siblings and relatives A. Do you have any brothers and sisters? B: Yes, I have. A: What does do? B: He's/Shès a. A: What do do? B: One's a and one's. A: Is George a student? A: Who's his wife? A: Where's he from? A: Ho w old is he? A: Is a? A: Who's wife/husband? A: Where's from? A: Ho w old is? Family members jobs Numbers Countries and nationalities Conversation about a third party Use of verb to be

6 A: What color is your bedroom? B: It's pink A: What color are your favorite pants? B: They're blue. Unit: 3 Lesson 1 and 2 A: What color is? B: It's A: What color are? B: They're. A: Is this your book? B: Yes, it is. A: Are these your keys? B: Yes, they are. A: Is this/that? B: Yes, it is. A: Are these/those? B: Yes, they are. A: What's that? B: That's my new car! A: What are those? B: They're the books for my English class. A: This is my laptop. It's a Toshiba A: This is. It's A: Is your car red? B: No, it's black. A: Is your? B: Yes, / No, It's Plural nouns Singular nounsd Demonstratives: this, that, those, these Yes/no questions_be Number agreement Household objects Objects and items in classroom Objects and items in the workplace Naming objects Identifying objects Describing simple features Asking about possession

7 A: Do you have a computer? B: Yes, I do A: What color is it? B: Do you have a car? A: No, I don't, but I have a Motorcycle. A: Do you have? B: Yes, I do A: What color? B: Do you have? A: No, I don't, but I have. A: Does Charlie have a computer? B: Yes, he does. A: What color is it? B: Does he have a car? A: No, he doesn't, but he has a Motorcycle. A: Does have? B: Yes, he. A: What color -? B: Does have? A: No, he doesn't, but he has. Unit: 4 Lesson 1 S. present yes/no questions Singular/plural Possessive case Question words-contrast Household objects Objects and items in classroom Objects and items in the workplace Asking about/expressing possession Describing items Asking about features A: Whose pen is this? B: I think it's Jane's A: Whose is this? B: I think it's 's A: Whose shoes are those? B: I think they're Jane's A: Whose are those? B: I think they're

8 A: Whose pens are these? B: I think they're Jane's A: Whose are these/those? B: I think they're 's A: What does Mary look like? B: She is short and beautiful and she has long hair A: Does she have brown eyes? B: Yes she does. A: Does she wear glasses? B: No, she doesn`t, but she wears contacts. A: What does look like? B: She is - and she has A: Does she have? B: Yes she does. A: Does she wear? B: No, she doesn`t, (but she wears.) (FROM PREVIOUS UNIT) A: What 's Jane like? B: She is short tempered, but very intelligent and she has a good sense of humor. A: What 's like? B: She is and she has Unit: 4 Lesson 2 Possessive case Question words Present tense Noun use, sequence Simple present tense Auxiliaries Greetings: Physical characteristics Personality characteristics Parts of the body Garment clothes Expressing/asking possession Describing someone physically Asking about physical/personality features Talking about clothes Idioms: What's he like? What does she look like? Who does she look after? It's you she takes after. Distinction between physical and personality description All paradigm of possession with apostrophe covered

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