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Practice 1a

Dialogue 1:
Tus personajes son:
Jenny Martnez (from Venezuela) y Adolfo Beltran (fromMexico).

Hi, my name isJenny Martnez. Whats your name?


Im Adolfo Beltran.


Where are you from, Adolfo?


ImfromMexico. How about you, where are you from?



Termina el dilogousando its nice to meet you:


Its nice to meet you, Jenny.


Its nice to meet you, too, Adolfo

Practice 1b
Dialogue 2:

Hello Mrs. Abbot. My nameis Adolfo.


Hello, Adolfo. How about you, Whereare you from?.

Im from Mexico .How about you, Mrs. Abbott?

Mrs. ABBOTT ImfromNew York.

Ahora para terminar el dilogo vamos a variar el vocabulario para hacerlo ms formal.
Vamos a usar: Im glad to meet you en lugar de Its nice to meet you:

Imglad to meet you, Mrs. Abbott.


Im glad to meet youtoo, Adolfo.

Welcome to our School.


Thank you, Mrs. Abbott.


Practice 4

Lawyers / Tina / Bill / U.S.A

Teacher / Frank / Mary /


Businessmen / Mitchel / Thomas /


Cooks / Teresa / Albert / South


Nurses / Jenny / Roberto / Mexico

This is Jenny and Roberto and they are nurses. They are fromMexico.

This isTina and Bill they are lawyers. They are from U.S.A
This is Frank and Mary they are Teacher. They are from Colombia
This is Mitchel and Thomas theyre Businessmen. Theyre from England
This isTeresa and Albert theyre cooks. Theyre from South Africa

Completalasfrasesdonde dice you. Graba el audio y envalo a tu instructor por correo

Hi, my name is Wilman

Mara: Im Maria

Where are youfrom?

Mara: Im from Venezuela. Andyou?


Im from Colombia.


Glad to meet you, too, Wilman.

You:Glad to meetyou, too, Maria.

Dialogo (Dialogue)
Jack se presenta a Mara.
JACK: Hi, myname is Jack, whats your name?
MARIA: Im Maria
JACK: Where are you from?
MARIA: Im from Venezuela. How about you, where are you from?
JACK: Im from Canada.
MARIA: Glad to meet you, Jack.
JACK: Glad to meet you, too, Maria.

Practice 7
Imprime y escucha con atencin los siguientes dilogos.
Enva tus audios a tu instructor por correo electrnico.
Buena suerte!

Dialogue 1:Completa los dos dilogos grabando tus respuestas donde dice You (hay un espacio vaco en el audio
debe ir tu respuesta).

You: Hello Tim! Nice to see you!

Tim: Hello. Nice to see you too!

You: How are you?

Tim: Im fine and you?
You: Im fine too. Thanks.

Dialogue 2: Ahora cambia los personajes y graba el audio que corresponde a Tim.

You: Hello Tim! Nice to see you!

Tim: Hello. Nice to see you too!
You: How are you?
Tim: Im fine and you?
You: Im fine too. Thanks.
You: Do you know my friends Mario and Cecilia?
Tim: No I dont. Hello Mario. Nice to meet you!
Mario: Nice to meet you. This is my sister, Cecilia
Tim: Nice to meet you Cecilia
Cecilia: Nice to meet you too. Thanks.

Unit 3
Convierte los valores indicados en nmeros en letra. Enva tu documento por e-mail a tu instructor


= one dollar twenty-five cents

1. $2.50 two dollar fifty cents

2. $3.75 Three dollar seventy-five cents
3. $4.87 four dollar eighty-seven cents
4. $25. 36 twenty five dollar thirty-six cents
5. $0. 15 fifteen cents dollars

Cambia las palabras subrayadas por las que estn entre (parntesis). Copia la frase completa

1. I prefer a white sweater. (blue)

2. Give me a sweater. (T shirt)
3. How much is that blouse? (this )
4. Its fifteen dollars and twenty five cents. ($28.35) (en letras)
5. How much are these socks? (those)
6. They are five dollars. (six dollars)
7. She is a doctor. (teacher)
8. They are engineers. (pilots )
9. Its a blue one. (red)
10. They are white T- shirts (ones)
2. I prefer a blue sweater.
3. Give me a T shirt.
4. How much is this blouse?
5. Its twenty eigth dollars and thirty five cents
6. How much are those socks
7. They are six dollars
8. She is a teacher
9. They are pilots
10. Its a red one
11. They are white ones


Reading 1
NO FOOD, NO JOB (presente simple, pasado, verbo to be)
I am an adult. Im not a kid. Im a grown-up. I need some money. I have no food. I am
hungry. I am not thirsty, because water is everywhere. But water has no taste. I want to
drink a soda. I want to drink milk. I want to drink coffee. I want to work. Nobody will hire
me. Nobody is hiring anybody. Companies are firing people. Companies are laying off
people. Everyone is looking for a job. I cannot pay my rent. I will have to live in my car. I
dont want to live in my car. My car has no bed. Everyone should live in a house or an
apartment. Many people dont have a car. They live on the street. A street has no bed.
Nobody should live on the street. I dont know what to do. I dont know where to go.
Maybe I will go to church. Maybe I will find help there.



1. I'm so thirsty I could drink a gallon of water.

2. You can buy a house or ___ an apartment.

7. Anadultis a grown-up, but sometimes adults act like


3. My wife and I have 3kids--2 boys and 1 girl.

8. How ___ people are in your family? How ___

brothers do you have?

4. A can of coldsoda is delicious on a hot day. Would

you like a Coke or a Root Beer?

5. Many people pray in churchon Sunday.

10. A company is similar to a corporation; it sells a
product. The Coca-Cola company.
6. MaybeWill it rain tonight? --I don't know. Maybe it
will, Maybe it won't.
11. When you grow up, you need a job. You hope that
someone will ___ you to work.
9. If the economy gets worse, my company might ___
15. I like my job. I work for a big school. I am a teacher.

off 100 workers.

16. --What ___ do you live on? --I live on Lake ___,
near Pine Drive.

11. The President lives in the White ___. I live in a red


18. --What ___ do you live in? --I live in ___ 3A. It's on 12. A ___-__ is an adult. When you grow up, you will be
a ___-__.
the third floor.

19. I like to drink my Coffewith sugar and cream in it.

13. I'm not hungry, but I am ___. Do you have anything

to drink?

14. After I brush my teeth, I'm going straight to ___.


17. Some people add salt to their food to make it ___


Reading 2
Norma went to bed. It was eleven o'clock. She turned out the light. She lay in bed. It
was dark. It was quiet. She couldn't sleep. She closed her eyes. She tried to sleep, but
she couldn't. She turned the light back on. She opened her book. She started to read
her book. It was a good book. She read one page. Then she read another page. After a
while, she felt sleepy. She closed the book. She turned out the light. She closed her
eyes. She went straight to sleep.