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E.M.P 1º S. INGLÉS Semana 6 Semana 9 INGLÉS E.M.P 1º S.

We can use these expressions:

To give advice: To respond: EXPRESSING PREFERENCES

You must go to the doctor, don`t look well. Yes, I`ll do.
Please, don`t eat that. Don`t worry. I won`t.
You should eat more fruits. It`s good for you. All right, Thanks.
To express preferences you can use these verbs:
You have to be early. O.K.
You should exercise in the morning. Thanks, but I don`t have time. LIKE - LOVE - PREFER - HATE

Do your homework. You`re right, but I can`t now. Observe these images:
You shouldn`t spend so much money. You are right.
Try to help your classmates. That`s a good idea

To make suggestion: To respond:

Let`s listen to the radio. Good idea.

Let`s go to the movies. All right.
Why don`t you go to the doctor? No, not now.
Why don`t we play football? Sorry, I can`t now.
Why don`t we go to the park? Oh, I `m sorry. I am busy.
She likes to read the newspaper They love to drink white coffee
To make invitation: To respond: during her breakfast while they play.
Would you like to drink coffee? Yes, I would.
Would you like to play cards now? Sorry, I am going to study. Let`s see:

Would you like go to a picnic? Yes, of course. I like to travel by plane. I like travelling by plane.
Will you have a cup of tea? Yes, I will. You prefer to travel by ship. You prefer travelling by ship
Do you want anything else? No, thank you.
She loves to travel by train. She loves travelling by train

He wants to travel by car He wants travelling by car

They hate to travel by car. They hate to travelling by car

We enjoy to travel by ship. We enjoy travelling by ship.

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Expressing opinions
What do you think
of going to
the movies?
No, thank you.
I don`t want Let`s see these illustrations:
Would you like to
You have to go
dance the next song
to the doctor
with me ?

To ask opinion To respond

What is your opinion about Irene? She is a nice woman.

An invitation An advice
Do you agree with her? I agree with her.

Don`t you think we need help? I don`t think so. Let`s eat ice
We must plant
this tree here creams
Do you agee with your teachers? No, I don`t agree.

What do you think about Irfa? I think it`s a good institute.

What is your opinion about politics? I don`t want to give opinion.

Do you think we have a good president? Yes, I think he is a good president.

A suggestion

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d. Where can we get stamps? 1. Express your opinions:

__________________________________________________________________________________ a. What`s your opinion about upbringing in Venezuela?
e. Where must the address of the sender go? __________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________ b. What do you think about Irfa?
4. Read this reading and translate it: (taken from: “Studying English. 4th year)
c. What is your favourite sport?
Cultural notes about letters
“We know that there are letters between relatives and friends. These letters that keep us in touch d. What do you prefer : Baseball or basketball?
with the people we know or love are the personal letters. Millions of these kind of letters are written,
sent, and delivered all over the world every day. They are often informal and we could call them a
conversation carried on by writing instead of by talking. If they are written to a person we love they e. What do you hate to do?
may express a lot of our feelings. __________________________________________________________________________________
Personal letters are usually full of feeling and they can be long or short. f. What do you like to do?

When we want to invite somebody to a party and tell a person we accept an invitation, we write a __________________________________________________________________________________
short letter. These letters are called notes. If we have received a favour or a gift we write a thank you g. Do you think that in Venezuela there is freedom of expression?
note and we can send it by hands or left it where it can be seen.
We don`t have to worry a lot about the way we say something in a personal letter, just
2. Use the information given and make sentences:
remember that we are talking to somebody, asking and answering questions, getting important

and unimportant information. Write down everything as simply and directly as you can.
a. María/ play/ tennis/volleyball
These ideas and a lot of practice will help you to write clear meaning full letters”
María likes playing tennis but she prefers playing volleyball.

b. Marisela/ eat/ salad/ fruit


c. Mariela/ walk/ in the park/ a shop center


d. Carlos/ rock/ salsa


3. Read the following conversations and express agreement and disagreement with the speakers:

a. Juan: • In my opinion the atomic bomb is the worst invention.

Gisela: • I agree with you.

You: ___________________________________________________________________

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b. Aníbal: • I think the module of Mathematics is the best of Irfa. 1. Ask questions:

Carlos: • I don`t think so. The best is the module of English. Example:

You: ______________________________________________________________________________ He didn`t mail the letter. Didn`t he mail the letter?

c. Willy: • In my opinion the best group of music were “The Beatles” a. I didn`t post the letter. _____________________

Carlos: • I don`t agree. The best were “The Rolling Stones” b. You didn`t write your signature. _____________________

You: ______________________________________________________________________________ c. Rolando doesn`t send postcards. _____________________

d. Mariela: • I think men are falses. Do you agree with me? d. She doesn`t sit beside her brother. _____________________

Evelyn: • I agree with you. e. José didn`t write his name. _____________________

You: ______________________________________________________________________________ 2. Change these sentences using reflexive pronouns:

4. Transalte the following dialogue: a. The mailman dropped the letters in the mail box.
Alexander: • Say, Angie, what are you doing tonight? What do you think about going to the __________________________________________________________________________________
b. Carmen sent a note to José
Angie: • Oh,sorry,I can’t. I’m going to work late tonight. I have to finish this report.
Alexander: • Well, how about tomorrow night? Are you doing anything then?
Angie: • No, I’m not. What are you planning to do? c. They returned home yesterday.
Alexander: • I’m going to see a musical. Would you like to come?

Angie: • Sure, I’d love to ! But let me pay for the tickets this time. It’s my turn.
d. They got back early.
Alexander: • All right!! Thanks !

e. He signs letters everyday.


3. Answer the following questions:

a. Who delivers the mail to your house?

b. Where do you drop the letters?


c. Can we send post-cards by mail?


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Now observe these new verbs:


What is a computer?

“It is an electronic machine which processes data and gives the solution or results”

“It is an electronic machine that performs rapid, complex calculations or compiles and correlates data”

The boss is giving a contract to a man The man is getting back quickly.

The boss always signs the contracts. He gets back quickly because it`s raining.

To sign: To get back:

I am signing a contract now. He is getting back in a month.

He is the teacher who signs the exams. I don`t want to get back late. Some terms related whith computers:

The man signed the letter. They got back by car. Data: it is the plural of DATUM , which is something known or assumed, fact from which conclusions can
be inferred; information.
You have not signed all the papers. They haven`t got back still.

To return = to get back

He was returning to the post office.

I have to return this letter. It`s not for me.

She returned the notebooks to her friend.

We have returned the books to our teacher.

Program: a logical secuence of operations to be performed by a digital computer in solving a problem
or in processing data.

Code: a system of symbols use in information processing in which letters, figures, etc are arbitrarily
given certain meanings.

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Digit: it is a single character number. Any numeral from 0 to 9. Now let`s see a model of personal letter and its parts:

Character: any letter, figure, or symbol used in writing and printing.

Bits: a single digit in a binary numbers system; a unit in information equal to the amount of information John Winston Perroni
obtained by learning which of two equally. Pastora a Pte. Miraflores

Bytes: a string of binary digits, usually eight, operated on as a basic unit by a digital computer. HEADING Nº 17-1. La Pastora.10-10 A.
Caracas- Venezuela
Disk: a thin, flat, circular plate coated with ferromagnetic particles, on which computer data can be
stored. September 15, 2004

Dear Virginia: GREETING

Hi darling, I miss you. I know you must be there because you have to finish your career in Polythecnic
University of Puerto Rico, but I am feeling blue because I don`t see you.

I can`t go there because my obligations in IRFA. I know you will come back in December.

I will be waiting you.

Imput: information fed into a computer.

Out put: information transferred from internal storage to external storage by a computer or delivered in
response to instructions.
Device: a mechanical contrivance.

I/o devices: are devices to send input to the machine or to receive output from the machine.
Sincerely yours, CLOSING
Main storage= memory: the components of a computer guidance system, etc designed to accept,
store, and recall information or instructions. SIGNATURE John W. Perroni
Flow chart: it is a diagram showing the progress of work through a secuence of operations.

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