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PRIMERO

My classroom Articles a/an Vocabulary: persons, animals, things. Etc. Numbers Greettings Verb to be: personal pronouns. Verb to Be: Personal Pronouns I You She He It We You They Verbs: am is are Vocabulary: Jobs ocupations.

SEGUNDO
REVIEW Basic vocabulary Numbers. Classroom, family, etc. Greettings Verb to be: personal pronouns. Sentences with the verb to be. Affirmative, negative and interrogative form. How old are you? Where are you from? The time O clock and others time expressions. Irregular plurals: man men, knive - knifes What is it? This is. That is These are Those are Wath are they? Theyre.... (plural) Simple present to Have: He has a ruler. / I have a pen. Possesives: my, your, his, her, our, their. Where is the school? Next to, across form, turn left, turn right, etc. PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE Affirmative form: verbs with the third person Add -es, -ies, -s, in sentences with him and her. Reading with verbs in Present Simple tense Habitual actions at home and at school. Days of the week and time expressions, hobbies/freetime activities.

TERCERO
REVIEW: Greettings, Presentation Commands Basic vocabulary Sentences with the Verb To Be Affirmative form: I am a student. Negative form: I am not a student. Interrogative form: are you a student? Short answers: Yes, I am/ No, I am not There is / There are How many.? Ordinal numbers PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE Affirmative form: verbs with the third person -es, -ies, -s, with he and she Negative form: DONT / DOESNT I dont study English. /She doesnt play football PRESENT PROGRESSIVE: Auxilliary verb To Be. Affirmative form: I am studying English. Negative form: I am not studying English. Interrogative form: Are you studying English? What are you doing? Short answers: Yes, I am/ No, I am not. SIMPLE PAST TENSE Regular and irregular verbs. Auxilliary verb DID/DIDNT in negative and interrogative form. Did you study English yesterday? I didnt study English yesterday. Imperatives: open your mouth; close your eyes, etc. Sikness: toothache, headache, stomachache, etc. Reading and comprehenssion.

CUARTO
REVIEW: Greettings, Presentation Sentences with the Verb To Be Affirmative form, Negative form and Interrogative form. Short answers: Yes, I am/ No, I am not Do you like...? How many.? PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE Affirmative form: verbs with the third person -es, -ies, -s, with he and she Negative form: DONT / DOESNT I dont study English. /She doesnt play football PRESENT PROGRESSIVE: Affirmative form: I am studying English. Negative form: I am not studying English. Interrogative form: Are you studying English? What are you doing? Short answers: Yes, I am/ No, I am not SIMPLE PAST TENSE Regular and irregular verbs. Auxilliary verb DID/DIDNT in negative and interrogative form. Did you study English yesterday? I didnt study English yesterday. Adjectives. Comparisons Comparative form He is a tall. He is a taller than Mario. Gladys is more fashionable than Margarita. Irregular adjectives: good, bad He is a tall. He is a taller than Mario. Gladys is more fashionable than Margarita. REVIEW:

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Greettings, Presentation, Commands, Basic vocabulary Verb to be: personal pronouns. Sentences with the verb to be. PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE Sentences in affirmative form with He She READING AND COMPREHENSION Continuos with the Present Simple Tense Negative and interrogative form. Do you work in Plaza Vea? Auxilliary verb: DONT / DOESNT I dont rent a video. /She doesnt eat a sandwich. READING AND COMPREHENSION

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Sentences with the Verb To Be Affirmative form: I am a student. Negative form: I am not a student. Interrogative form: are you a student? Short answers: Yes, I am/ No, I am not. Colors and clothes. There is There are How many? Prepositions: in on at under, etc. Places Countries and nationalities The time: oclock and others time expressions. Days of the week, months of the year.

SIMPLE PAST TENSE Regular and irregular verbs. Auxilliary verb DID/DIDNT negative and interrogative form. Did you live in San Juan? I didnt live in San Juan.

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READING AND COMPREHENSION

FUTURE TENSE Auxilliary verb WILL Affirmative sentences: I will go to Italy. Negative sentences: I wont write you. Future with going to + be I am going to be a nurse. You are goint to buy a new car. READING AND COMPREHENSION