6.

- Adjetivos calificativos:
Los adjetivos son aquéllas palabras que se unen a un nombre para ampliar,
complementar y cuantificar su significado.

Colors –
Colores
black (blak) - negro
gray (gréi) - gris
violet (váiolit) - violeta
white (juáit) - blanco
green (gríin) - verde
orange (órendch) naranja
red (red) - rojo
brown (bráun) - marrón
sky blue (skái blu) celeste
blue (blu) - azul
yellow (iélou) - amarillo
pink (pink) - rosa
purple (pérpl) - púrpura
beige (béidch) - beige
turquoise (térkuóis) turquesa

Size/Measure Tamaño/Medid
a
big (big) - grande
large (lardch) - grande
huge (jiúdch) - enorme
small (smol) - pequeño
tiny (táini) - diminuto
heavy (jévi) - pesado
light (láit) - liviano
thick (zik) - grueso
thin (zin) - delgado
wide (uáid) - ancho
high (jái) - elevado
low (lóu) - bajo
tall (tóol) - alto
short (short) - corto, bajo
long (long) - largo
medium (mídium) medio
narrow (nérrou) angosto
deep (díip) - profundo
shallow (shálou) - playo
broad (brod) - ancho

Shape - Forma
square (skuér) cuadrado
round (ráund) - redondo
rectangular
(rektánguiular) rectangular
triangular (traiánguiular)
- triangular
oval (óuval) - oval
conical (kónical) - cónico
spherical (sférical) esférico
cubical (kiúbical) cúbico
cylindrical (cilíndrical) cilíndrico
straight (stréit)- recto
curved (kéervd) - curvo
crooked (krúkid) torcido
broad (bróod) - ancho
narrow (nérrou) -angosto
flat (flat) - plano
steep (stíip) - empinado
hollow (jólou) - hueco
solid (sólid) - sólido

Ejercicio: en los siguientes enunciados encierra en un
círculo los adjetivos calificativos:
1. They have two blue cars.
2. The small car is in the garage.
3. Are John and Elizabeth having lunch in an expensive restaurant?
4. Pat is listening to bad news on the radio.
5. Mars is known as "the red planet".
6.-John was wearing a blue uniform.
7.- I decided to buy the round table.

..8.The bridge was too narrow for the truck.

.. much coffee in the cup? ........ There is Is there Are there There are 6. .. Susan.... a chair in the garden? there is is there there are are there 3.7... ....” there are there is is there are there 4.g... We use there isn’t (singular) / there aren’t (plural) to say that something isn’t located in the place or doesn’t exist: e. ....... “Are there many windows in the house?” “Yes. Carol. many glasses on the table...... a lamp in the room....There are We use there is (singular) / there are (plural) to say that something is located in the place or exists: e.. many...g. . / There aren’t any books on the shelf...... .....g... / There are many books on the shelf. There is There are Is there Are there 2.. There is a book on the desk. there are there is are there is there 7.There is ... .... Is there a book on the desk? / Are there any books on the shelf? Choose the correct answer: 1.? (plural) to ask whether something is located in the place or exists: e... .” there isn’t is there there is there are 5. There isn’t a book on the desk. In the garden ....... “Is there a dog in the house?” “No... We use Is there…? (singular) / Are there.....three big trees..

are there is there there are there is .

twenty-nine past eleven  2:35 . Seven-Siete.It's ten to four  11:29 .ten past nine  2:03 . 9.It's twenty-five to three  11:42 . Nine-Nueve. Three-Tres.three past two  3:50 .-Numeros cardinals del 1 al 100 One-Uno. Ten-Diez. Two-Dos. Five-Cinco.LECTURA DEL RELOJ PRIMERA MEDIA HORA: PAST Estructura: It's + minutos + past + la hora Por ejemplo: SEGUNDA MEDIA HORA: TO Estructura: It's + minutos + to + la hora siguiente Por ejemplo:  9:10 . Eight-Ocho. Six-Seis..8. Four-Cuatro.It's seventeen to eleven .

It's half past three . Estructura: It's + hora + o'clock Estructura: It's + quarter past + hora Por ejemplo: Por ejemplo:  3:00 .It's eleven o'clock QUARTER TO (_ _:45)  11:15 .It's quarter to eight  3:30 .It's quarter past seven  11:00 .It's quarter past three  7:00 .It's seven o'clock  7:15 .It's quarter past eleven HALF PAST (_ _:30) Quarter to para decir que son "quince para” Estructura: It's + quarter to + hora siguiente Half past quiere decir que son "y media". Por ejemplo: Estructura: It's + half past + hora  3:45 .It's quarter to four Por ejemplo:  7:45 .O'CLOCK (_ _:00) QUARTER PAST (_ _:15) Decimos o'clock para hablar de una hora en punto.It's three o'clock  3:15 . Quarter past quiere decir que son "y cuarto" y se usa solo cuando el reloj marca y cuarto dentro de la primera media hora.

3:45 se dice "quince para las cuatro".It's quarter to twelve  9:30 . por ejemplo.It's nine fifteen  11:14 . 11:45 . 3:30 se dice "las tres y media". en inglés es It's quarter to four. Bye.It's three thirty  9:15 .It's half past eleven En español. Cómo preguntar la hora en inglés  11:30 .It's half past nine En español. Bye-Bye ¡Hasta luego! ¡Nos vemos! So long! See you later! ¡Hasta pronto! See you soon! ¡Hasta mañana! See you (Till) tomorrow! ¡Hasta el mediodía! ¡Hasta la noche! See you at noon! See you in the evening (at night)! ¡Hasta la próxima! Till next time! ¡Qué pases un lindo día! Have a nice day! Hola! Hi (Hello)! ¿Cómo estás? How are you? (3) ¿Cómo te va? How are you doing? ¿Cómo andas? How are you getting on? . por ejemplo. en inglés es It's half past three MODO SIMPLE para decir la hora Estructura: It's + hora + minutos Por ejemplo:  3:30 .It's eleven fourteen 10 -Saludos adecuados: Señor Geoghegan Mr Geoghegan Señora Murphy Mrs Murphy Señorita Baden Señorita Lucy Baden Señorita Baden Miss Baden Miss Lucy Baden Ms Baden (1) Buenos días Good morning Buenas tardes Good afternoon Buenas noches Good evening (2) Buenas noches (al despedirse) Good night (2) ¡Adios! Good-bye.

My name is Martin Luis : Hello. nice to talk to you Luis Luis : Thank you .¿Cómo andan los Murphy? How are the Murphys (4) getting on? Estoy bien. nice to meet you martin Martin : I am 22 years old I Live las Flores street I study Education at University of Huacho I work as a teacher at Columbia School too. Presentation de PRESENTATION (DIALOGUE) Luis : Hi I am Luis I am 33 years old I am from Peru I live en Camino Real street I study engeniering at University of de Huacho. thank you Perfectamente. And you? What is your name? 12 PARENTESCOS una persona- Martin : Hi. gracias Quite well. gracias I am well (fine). thank you ¿De dónde eres? Where are you from? ¿Qué haces? ¿A qué te dedicas? What do you do? ¿Desde cuándo eres entrenador de tennis? How long (5) have you been a tennis trainer? ¿Hablas castellano? Do you speak Spanish? ¿Cuál es tu nombre? ¿Cómo te llamas? What's your name? ¿Cómo se deletrea tu nombre? How do you spell your name? 11. Luis : Thank you Martin it’s time to say good bye dear friend Martin : ok. I work as a math teacher at Columbia School. Luis.

A excepción de .grabbed. pick .13 DIFERENCIA IREGULARES ENTRE VERBOS REGULARES E Los regulares. como: stop .stopped. grab . que son los más abundantes.picked. siempre terminan en "-ed" o "-d".

drank.did. drink . Éstos tienden a cambiar radicalmente su forma para adaptarse al pasado. .saw.algunos verbos tales como READ y SET que nunca varían en ningún tiempo. como por ejemplo: see . Los irregulares son muchos pero comparados con el grupo de los regulares son solo un grupo reducido. do .

VERBOS REGULARES: .

VERBOS IRREGULARES: .

.OFICIOS Y PROFESIONES: .15.

small Also some opposites to include: •Tall—short •Handsome/beautiful/attractive/ lovely—ugly/unattractive •Pretty/cute—plain •Young/old •Heavy-set (a better option than fat)—thin/slim/slender What Is She like? What Does She Look Like? This question sounds similar to the one above but has a totally different meaning.16. As always provide clear definitions with concrete examples: •Confident •Smart/intelligent/clever •Silly/funny •Honest •Friendly •Shy/quiet . big. This is referring to someone’s personality. oval. square. but character.APARIENCIAS FISICAS Here are some examples of what you’ll want to include: •Blond hair •Blue eyes •Mustache/beard/goatee •Wears glasses •Bald/balding •Long/short hair •Straight—curly •Shapes: circular. Explain to students that we are no longer focusing on physical appearance.. Here are some good adjectives to start with and add to. rectangular. round.

•Nice/lovely/cute •Sweet •Generous •Outgoing •Polite/rude .

CABELLO LACIO: STRAIGHT HAIR 18.FLACO: SKINNY.BARBA: BEARD 9.MARCA DE NACIMIENTO: BIRTHMARK 49.MORENO.ATRACTIVO: ATTRACTIVE 7. BIZCO: SQUINT 37.BIGOTE: MOUSTACHE 11.CABELLO OSCURO: DARK HAIR 21.PÁLIDO: PALE 55. GUAPO: BEAUTIFUL 42.CON ENTRADAS: RECEDING HAIR 28.CABELLO RIZADO: CURLY HAIR 22.DE CONSTITUCIÓN MEDIA: AVERAGE BUILD 31. (SOLO PARA HOMBRES): HANDSOME 44.BAJO: SHORT 8.FEO: UGLY 38.BRONCEADO: TANNED 13.ALTO: TALL 2.ARRUGA: WRINKLE 5.POCO ATRACTIVO: PLAIN.MUTILADO: MAIMED 53.APARATO DE ORTODONCIA: BRACES 3. DESCAPACITADO: DISABLED 50. UNATTRACTIVE 61.BONITA: PRETTY 12.PATILLAS: SIDEBOARDS 56.OBESO: OBESE 54.PELO: HAIR 59.CABELLO NEGRO: BLACK HAIR 20.CABELLO CORTO: SHORT HAIR 17.HERMOSO: BEAUTIFUL 45.CABELLO CLARO: LIGHT HAIR 16. STOUT 30.PECAS: FRECKLES 57.Vocabulario apariencia fisica: 1.GUAPA. GUAPO: HANDSOME 4.INTELIGENTE: INTELLIGENT 46.MINUSVALIDO.ASPECTO: APPEARANCE 6.PELIRROJO: REDHEAD 58. OSCURO: DARK 51.CALVO: BALD 24.CABELLO LARGO: LONG HAIR 19.ESTRABISMO.FORNIDO: WELL-BUILT 40.COJO: LAME 27.CABELLO RUBIO: BLOND.BIEN VESTIDO: WELL-DRESSED 10.CON SOBREPESO: OVERWEIGHT 29.GUAPO.CANAS: WHITE HAIR 25.CABELLO CASTAÑO: BROWN HAIR 15.JOVEN: YOUNG 47.CORPULENTO: STOCKY.GORDO: FAT 41.QUEMADO: BURNED 62.DE ESTATURA MEDIA: MEDIUM HEIGHT 36.GUAPO: GOOD-LOOKING 43.LUNAR: MOLE 48. THIN 39.CABELLO CANOSO: GREY HAIR 14. FAIR HAIR 23.MUSCULOSO: MUSCULAR 52.CICATRIZ: SCAR 26.REGORDETE: PLUMP .PEQUEÑO: TINY 60.APUESTO.

DESALIÑADO: SCRUFFY. OJITUERTO: ONE-EYED 67.RUBIO: BLOND.TUERTO.TATUAJE: TATTOO 65.DELGADO: SLIM. FAIR 64. THIN 33. SMART 35.TRENZA: BRAID 66. UNTIDY-LOOKING 34.32.ELEGANTE: ELEGANT.ESBELTO: SLENDER 63.VIEJO: OLD .VERRUGA: WART 68.