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Nivel 01

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Vocabulario

Gramática

Estrategias de Conversación.

• Occupations

• The alphabet

• Relationships

• Titles and names

• Numbers 0–20

• Places in the community

• Locations and directions

• Means of transportation

• Family members

• Numbers 20–100

• Adjectives to describe people

• Time

• Early, on time, late

• Events

• Days of the week

• Months of the year

• Ordinal numbers

• Clothes

• Verbs want, have, need

• Colors and other descriptive adjectives

• Workplaces and homes

• Rooms in the home

• Furniture and appliances in the home and office

• Daily activities at home

• Household chores and leisure activities

• Weather

• Time expressions

• Foods: count nouns

• Places to keep food in a kitchen

• Drinks and foods: non-count nouns

• Containers and quantities

• Past-time expressions

• Years

• Weekend activities

• Seasons

• Adjectives to describe hair

• The face

• Parts of the body

• Accidents and injuries

• Ailments

• Remedies

• Abilities and skills

• Adverbs to describe ability

• Reasons to decline an invitation

• Requests

• Academic subjects

• Life events

• Free-time activities

• Be: singular statements

• Singular and plural nouns

• Be: plural statements

• Be: yes / no questions and short answers

• Proper nouns and common nouns


• Possessive adjectives and nouns

• Be: information questions with What

• Be: questions with Where

• Subject pronoun it

• There is

• The imperative

• Be: questions with Who

• Have / has: affirmative statements

• Be: questions with How old

• Adjectives

• Very and so

• Be: questions about time

• Prepositions of time and place

• This, that, these, those

• The simple present tense: affirmative statements

• The simple present tense: statements and yes / no questions

• Adjectives

• The simple present tense: information questions

 

• Prepositions of place

• There is and There are

• A lot of

• The simple present tense: spelling rules for the third-person singular

• The simple present tense: habitual activities • Questions with How often

• Frequency adverbs

 

• The present continuous: affirmative and negative statements

• The present continuous: yes / no questions

• The present continuous: information questions

• The present participle: spelling rules

• The present continuous: continuing activities and future plans.

 

• How many and Are there any

• Non-count nouns

• How much and Is there any

• The present continuous and the simple present tense.

• The past tense of be

• The simple past tense

• The simple past tense: questions

 

• Use of adjectives for physical description

• Should for advice

 

• Can and can’t

• Too + adjective

• Requests with Could or Can

 

• Would like

• Be going to for the future

• Conditions and results in the future

• Use Excuse me to initiate a conversation

• Use And you? to show interest and to continue a conversation

• Use Excuse me? to ask someone to repeat something.

• Repeat part of a question to clarify before answering

• Repeat information to confirm.

• Provide information beyond Yes or No to be helpful

• Use Yes, that’s right to confirm

• Use Really? to show interest or surprise

• Ask follow-up questions for more information and to keep a conversation going

• Use uh-oh to announce that you may have made a mistake

• Answer a question and then ask a similar one to show interest

• Add information to make an answer more specific or complete

• Use Actually to disagree politely or to correct a prior statement

• Use Is that all? to encourage a fuller response

• Initiate conversation with So

• Ask What about you? to continue a conversation

• Begin an answer with Me? to express humility

• Start answers with Well to give yourself time to think

• Ask You do? to show interest or surprise

• Ask Why do you say that? to elicit more information

• Use Sounds like to summarize what someone has said

• Use the expression Long time no see to indicate pleasure upon seeing someone

• Use No wonder to indicate that a situation has

• Identify yourself to initiate a phone conversation

• Use No kidding to show that you are surprised

• Use Talk to you later to end an informal conversation

• Use How about to make a suggestion

• Say I’ll check to indicate willingness to find information

• Use Hey to begin a very informal conversation

• Say How’s it going? to greet someone informally

• Say Welcome back to indicate pleasure at seeing someone who has been away

• Use What happened? to convey concern about an injury

• Use I’m sorry to hear that to express sympathy

• Use phrases such as Sure and No problem to indicate willingness to accede to a request

• Use Maybe some other time to indicate “no hard feelings” when an invitation has been declined

• Use That’s interesting to continue a conversation

• Initiate an informal conversation with What’s new?

• Begin a sentence with So to draw a conclusion

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