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ARMADA DEL ECUADOR DIRECCION GENERAL DE RECURSOS HUMANOS DEPARTAMENTO DE RECLUTAMIENTO

Guayaquil

TEMARIO DE ESTUDIO DE INGLS PARA ASPIRANTES GUARDIAMARINAS ARMA Y SERVICIOS 2013


TPICOS RECOMENDADOS BIBLIOGRAFAS RECOMENDADAS BIBLIOGRAPHY : 1. FOCUS ON GRAMMAR, A Basic Course for Reference and Practice 2. World View 1, Units 1 28 (Pearson-Longman) 3. Audio CD World View 1 4. Our world through English 6, Proyecto CRADEL del ME. For reference in reading and vocabulary practice 5. Web Sites www.longman.com www.eslgames.com www.eviews.net

Vocabulary:
Greetings and leave-takings; introductions; names; the alphabet Occupations; numbers. Nationalities and countries Office objects; classroom objects Free-time activities Adjectives to describe places in a city Furniture in an office, house, naval base. Holyday celebrations Words related to communication Things you take on vacations; types of transportation Clothes and sizes Food Job duties

Listening / reading:
People greeting each other and saying good bye / short conversations between business people People introducing themselves and saying what they do A phone conversation between a customer and sales person at an office supply store Radio interview with people about their favorite things A website featuring the Galapagos Islands A woman telling moving man where to put furniture in a room A letter to a pen pal about thanksgiving A conversations about how people communicate An article about what a travel writers take and doesnt take on vacation A conversation between a customer and a clerk in a womens clothing store A radio interview in a super market about foods people like

Grammar focus:
Be simple present: affirmative statements, subject pronouns. Be simple present: is, are; subject pronouns; in definitive articles: a/an

ARMADA DEL ECUADOR DIRECCION GENERAL DE RECURSOS HUMANOS DEPARTAMENTO DE RECLUTAMIENTO

Guayaquil

TEMARIO DE ESTUDIO DE INGLS PARA ASPIRANTES GUARDIAMARINAS ARMA Y SERVICIOS 2013


Be simple present: yes/no questions, short answers and negative statements Plural; be simple present: wh-questions Possessive adjectives and possessives There is / there are Prepositions Simple present: affirmative statements Simple present: yes-no questions, short answers, negative statements. Simple present wh-questions A, an, some, any. Demonstrative adjectives: this, these, that, those Count and non count nouns; how much / how many; quantifiers: much, many, a lot of. Modals Present continuous Be simple past; regular and irregular verbs Simple past: yes/no questions, wh-questions Future tense: will / be going to Comparative and superlative adjectives

Writing
Write peoples names correctly Describe tow friends and their occupations Write a paragraph about a friends favorite things Write a resume of a place in a city or town Describe an office, house, military base Write a letter to a friend about a special day or holyday Describe your travel plans including things to pack and how you will travel Make a shopping list of clothes (+ uniforms) you need, including items, colors and sizes Write and email about foods you like and how much you eat Describe directions to places in your town Describe the things you are going to do in the future Write a summary of the important events in your life last year Write phone messages