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INGLS INTERMEDIO
Del 21 de abril al 12 de mayo 2014


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INGLS INTERMEDIO








MANUAL DEL CURSO.
Ingles Intermedio. Este manual fue desarrollado para Ejecutivos OSMA S.A. DE C.V. Diciembre del 2013.

Prohibido la reproduccin total o parcial de esta obra, incluida su portada, por cualquier medio sin autorizacin por escrito de
Ejecutivos OSMA S.A. DE C.V. y/o Universidad Autnoma Metropolitana, lo contrario representa un acto de piratera intelectual
perseguido y penado por la ley.


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BOOKLET 2



















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CONTENIDO


Manual del curso. .......................................................................................................... 2
objetivo general ............................................................................................................. 5
estructura de contenido .................................................................................................. 6
unidad 1 / part 1 ............................................................................................................. 7
there is/there are (existence) ...................................................................................... 7
2. Third person no change ........................................................................................ 13
3. Third person irregular verbs................................................................................. 14
simple present negative ............................................................................................ 14
simple present interrogative and short answers ....................................................... 15
simple present third person interrogative ................................................................. 15
verbs for abilities ......................................................................................................... 20
present continuous verbs .......................................................................................... 21
bibliography. ................................................................................................................ 24




















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OBJETIVO GENERAL



Consolidar y ampliar el conocimiento de las estructuras de
la lengua y construir un discurso ms elaborado y matizado
sobre temas generales de la vida cotidiana y profesional.























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ESTRUCTURA DE CONTENIDO
STRUCTURE VOCABULARY DAILY
EXPRESSIONS
READING
&WRITING
PART


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-THERE IS
/THERE ARE.
-SIMPLE
PRESENT
AFFIRMATIVE
-SIMPLE
PRESENT
NEGATIVE
-SIMPLE
PRESENT
INTERROGATIVE

-THE HOUSE
-FURNITURE
-JOBS
-TIME
EXPRESSIONS

-QUESTIONS
IN THE HOUSE
-
DESCRIPTIONS
OF A HOUSE
-
DESCRIPTIONS
OF A JOB

-DESCRIBING
MY HOUSE
-DESCRIBING
MY JOB



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UNIDAD 1 / PART 1


THERE IS/THERE ARE (EXISTENCE)


1.1. IN THE HOUSE
AFFIRMATIVE

There are 2 doors. PLURAL

There is a teacher. SINGULAR

PART



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-AUXILIAR CAN.
AFFIRMATIVE,
NEGATIVE AND
INTERROGATIVE.
-PRESENT
CONTINUOUS.
AFFIRMATIVE,
NEGATIVE AND
INTERROGATIVE.

-VERBS FOR
ABILITIES
-VERBS FOR
PRESENT
CONTINUOUS
FORM

-ABILITIES
QUESTIONING
-EXPRESSING
ABILITIES
-TO KNOW
WHAT A
PERSON IS
DOING NOW

-WRITING A
SHORT
COMPOSITION
ABOUT YOUR
TALENTS
-READING



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NEGATIVE

There arent any posters.

There isnt a car.


USEFUL EXPRESSI ONS

A: Whats your house like?

B: Its beautiful.

A: whats your bedroom like?

B: its nice. I like my bedroom. There is a .there are ., there isnt..there arent any..


PAIR WORK MAKE A DESCRIPTION OF YOUR

-living room
-kitchen
-dining room



AFFIRMATIVE
There are two sofas in my living room
There is a table in the kitchen

NEGATIVE
There arent any chairs in the bathroom.
There isnt a sofa in the living room.


WRITE A SHORT DESCRIPTION OF YOUR HOUSE

For example:

My house is in Coyoacan. I like my house, its very nice



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Well, my bedroom is white. There is a closet, there arent any chairs.








DRAW YOUR HOUSE

























VOCABULARY

FURNITURE IN THE BEDROOM
A bed rug
Lamps TV set
Dresser windows
A closet door
A mirror boxes
Night tables pictures
Curtains


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FURNITURE IN THE LIVING ROOM

Love seat pillow
Painting stereo system
Sofa armchair
Coffee table carpet
End table



THE KITCHEN

Refrigerator cabinets
Stove table
Microwave


THE DINING ROOM
Chairs tablecloth
Table hutch
Buffet vase
1.2 JOBS

ACCOUNTANT
ADMINISTRATIVE
ASSISTANT
BUSINESS OWNER
COMPUTER
ENGINEER
GRAPHIC DESIGNER
COMPUTER
TECHNICIAN


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RECEPTIONIST
SOCIAL WORKER
OFFICE CLERK
ENGINEER
TEACHER
SECRETARY

USEFUL EXPRESSIONS

WHAT DO YOU DO?
Im a ___________
I work as a____________
I work for__________
I work in_____________
I work with____________
I work on the computer
Im in charge of___________
I dont______________
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF YOUR JOB?
I think my job is_________________
I like my job because_______________________
I dont like my job because_____________________


MY JOB
Good morning my name is Mark. I am an accountant. Im in charge of the payroll area. I really like
my job. I think my job is very demanding because I check the salary of the employees. Its pretty
necessary to have the money ready for all of them. I love my job.


1.3. WRITE A SIMILAR DESCRIPTION ABOUT YOUR JOB





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COMMON VERBS




LISTEN AN REPEAT THE VERBS PRACTICE WITH A PARTNER


1.4 SIMPLE PRESENT AFFIRMATIVE

I/you/we/they

I study English I go to the office
You study every day you go to the supermarket
We study in the classroom they go to the university

I live in Mexico I watch tv
You live in Tlalpan we watch the simpsons
1. LIVE 11. DRAW 21. MEET
2. THINK 12. FALL 22. PAY
3. FEEL 13. FIND 23. PUT
4. SEE 14. FLY 24. RUN
5. TOUCH 15. GET 25. SAY
6. HEAR 16. GIVE 26. SELL
7. BRING 17. HIT 27. SEND
8. BUY 18. KEEP 28. SING
9. COME 19. LEAVE 29. THROW
10. CUT 20. LEND 30. TEACH


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We live in an apartment they watch movies at home


He/she/it (THIRD PERSON SINGULAR)

He studies English he goes to the office
She studies everyday she goes to the supermarket

He lives in Mexico he watches TV
He lives in Tlalpan she watches the Simpsons


1. THI RD PERSON SI NGULAR ENDI NG RULES

Study == studies fly == flies watch == watches catch == catches
Wash == washes finish == finishes kiss == kisses miss == misses

Fix == fixes mix == mixes dance == dances use == uses




2. THIRD PERSON NO CHANGE

Live == lives
Play == plays
Write == writes
Read == reads
Speak == speaks
Listen == listens
Eat == eats
Drink == drinks
See == sees



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3. THIRD PERSON IRREGULAR VERBS
Go == goes
Do == does
Have == has



LI ST OF VERBS (EVERYDAY ROUTI NES)

1. WAKE UP 11. WORK 21. READ
2. GET UP 12. GO TO THE STORE 22. CALL A PERSON
3. TAKE A SHOWER 13. PICK UP THE KIDS 23. CHECK E-MAIL
4. GET DRESSED 14. LEAVE WORK 24. CHAT
5. PREPARE BREAKFAST 15. CLEAN THE HOUSE 25. SEND E-MAIL
6. EAT BREAKFAST 16. EXERCISE 26. COO
7. TAKE THE CHILDREN
TO SCHOOL
17. MAKE DINNER 27. LISTEN TO MUSIC

8. TAKE THE BUS 18. GET HOME 28. BRUSH MY TEETH
9. DRIVE TO WORK 19. DO HOMEWORK 29. GO TO BED
10. GO TO WORK 20. RELAX 30. SLEEP


SIMPLE PRESENT NEGATIVE

I /you/we/they
(DONT )
I DONT study French we DONT live in Brazil
They DONT go to the beach I DONT watch el maanero

THIRD PERSON NEGATIVE

He/she/it
(DOESNT )
He DOESNT study French she DOESNT live in NEW YORK
HE DOESNT go to UNAM she DOESNT watch documental



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LI ST OF VERBS (WEEKEND ACTI VI TI ES)
1. STAY HOME 11. PLAY GAMES 21. GO TO A FLEA
MARKET
2. DO HOUSEWORK 12. DO CRAFTS 22. GO TO THE
SUPERMARKET
3. VISIT RELATIVES 13. PLAY THE GUITAR 23. GO TO DOWN TOWN
4. SEE FRIENDS 14. PAINT 24. GO DANCING
5. GO TO A RESTAURANT 15. PLAY CHESS/CARDS 25. GO SWIMMING
6. GO TO THE MOVIES 16. WATCH A MOVIE 26. GO TO CHURCH
7. SEE A PLAY 17. .GO TO THE PARK 27. DO NOTHING
8. GO TO A NIGHTCLUB 18. GO SHOPPING 28. TALK TO A PERSON
9. GO TO A PARTY 19. BUY THE GROCERIES 29. FIX THE CAR
10. PLAY SPORTS 20. GO TO THE MALL 30. GO TO A MUSEUM



SIMPLE PRESENT INTERROGATIVE AND SHORT ANSWERS
I /you/we/they
AUXILIARY (((DO)))
DO you study English?
Yes, I do. / no, I dont.
DO we live in Mexico?
Yes, we do. / No we dont.
DO they go to the beach?
Yes, they do. / no, they dont.


SIMPLE PRESENT THIRD PERSON INTERROGATIVE
He/she/it
Remember the verb in THIRD PERSON IN SINGULAR IS in simple form


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AUXILIARY ((( DOES )))
DOES he study English?
Yes, he does. / no, he doesnt.
DOES she live in Coyoacan?
Yes, she does. / No, she doesnt.

WRITE 3 QUESTIONS USING DO AND 3 USING DOES. WRITE THE SHORT
ANSWERS




















MONDAY IN THE MORNING ON WEEKDAYS
TUESDAY IN THE AFTERNOON ON WEEKENDS
WEDNESDAY IN THE EVENING ON SATURDAY
THURSDAY AT NIGHT FROM MONDAY TO
FRIDAY
FRIDAY AT NOON EVERYDAY

TIME EXPRESSIONS @@@ AT THE END OF THE SENTENCE@@@



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SATURDAY AT SEVEN OCLOCK ALL WEEKENDS
SUNDAY AT 9:00 PM IN SPRING
ONCE A WEEK ALL NIGHT LONG IN SUMMER
ONCE A MONTH ALL DAY IN FALL
ONCE A YEAR ALL THE TIME IN WINTER
EARLY LATE


I get up at 6:00 am
We exercise everyday
They go to Acapulco once a week
You relax on Saturday


She gets up late
He studies all day
She goes to school from Monday to friday






WRITE 10 EXAMPLES USING TIME EXPRESSIONS












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WH-QUESTIONS FOR SIMPLE PRESENT
WHAT/ WHAT TIME?
WHAT KIND OF?
WHERE?
WHEN?
WHY?


QUESTIONS FOR WORK
1. WHAT DO YOU DO?
IM AN OFFICE CLERK
2. WHERE DO YOU WORK?
I WORK IN UAM
3. WHEN DO YOU WORK?
I WORK ON WEEKDAYS
4. WHY DO YOU WORK ON WEEKDAYS?
BECAUSE I RELAX ON WEEKENDS

PAIR WORK MAKE 4 QUESTIONS TO A PARTNER ABOUT YOUR
WORK





HOMEWORK
WRI TE 4 QUESTI ONS FOR EVERYDAY ROUTI NES






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HOMEWORK
WRI TE 4 QUESTI ONS FOR WEEKEND ACTIVI TI ES





WRI TE A COMPOSI TION ABOUT YOUR WEEKEND





FREQUENCY ADVERBS
ALWAYS
USUALLY
OCCASIONALLY
SOMETIMES
HARDLY EVER
SELDOM
NEVER
I always study verbs
You never smoke
We usually visit relatives
He sometimes drinks beer
She seldom calls a friend







Remember to use the frequency adverb after the subject


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QUESTIONS WITH HOW OFTEN? THE FREQUENCY OF ACTIVITIES

HOW OFTEN DO YOU EXERCISE?
I NEVER EXERCISE.
HOW OFTEN DO WE SPEAK ENGLISH IN CLASS?
WE ALWAYS SPEAK ENGLISH
HOW OFTEN DOES HE PLAY THE GUITAR?
HE OCCASIONALLY PLAYS THE GUITAR.
HOW OFTEN DOES SHE GO SHOPPING?
SHE HARDLY EVER GOES SHOPPING


WRITE 5 QUESTIONS HOW OFTEN.? AND 5 ANSWERS USING FREQUENCY
WORDS





VERBS FOR ABILITIES



1. SPEAK ENGLISH 11. DO CRAFTS
2. FIX THE CAR 12. COOK
3. WRITE POEMS 13. PLAY CHESS
4. READ WELL 14. TALK ABOUT ART
5. DRAW 15. PLAY THE PIANO
6. FLY 16. DANCE
7. SWIM 17. USE AN IPAD
8. SING 18. RUNG 10 KG.
9. TEACH ENGLISH 19. DRIVE
10. PAINT 20. BAKE A CAKE


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CAN FOR ABILITIES AND TALENTS
AFFI RMATI VE
I can swim very well
You can sing boleros
He can play cards
She can run 20 km
We can play tennis
They can cook Italian food

NEGATI VE
I cant speak French
You cant do crafts
He cant use internet
She cant play the piano
We cant fly
They cant dance salsa

WRITE 5 SIMILAR EXAMPLES
I CAN COOK, BUT I CANT PLAY CHESS
I CANT SPEAK JAPANESE, BUT I CAN SPEAK ENGLISH








PRESENT CONTINUOUS VERBS

1. WORK 11. CLEAN
2. STUDY 12. DO HOMEWORK


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3. WATCH 13. CHECK E-MAILS
4. PLAY 14. USE INTERNET
5. READ 15. DANCE
6. EAT 16. SLEEP
7. DRINK 17. WRITE
8. THINK 18. COOK
9. SPEAK 19. TALK
10. DRIVE 20. SELL












PRESENT CONTINUOUS
AFFIRMATIVE (ACTIONS NOW)
I am writing now
You are thinking at this moment
He is walking in the park
She is dancing
It is raining
We are talking now
They are paying attention in class



WRITE 4 EXAMPLES ABOUT A FRIEND OR RELATIVE ABOUT THEIR ACTIVITIES




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NEGATIVE (ACTIONS NOW)
Im not playing dominoes
You arent doing homework now
He isnt riding a motorbike
She isnt kissing another man
It isnt working
We arent cheating on
They arent sitting down

WRITE 4 NEGATIVE SENTENCES ABOUT SOMEONE YOU KNOW





INTERROGATIVE PRESENT
CONTINUOUS

Are you working now? Yes, I am. / no,
Im not.
Is he driving now? Yes, he is. / hes
not.
Are we drinking tequila? Yes, we are. / no,
we arent.


WRITE 4 QUESTIONS AND ANSWER




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BIBLIOGRAPHY.

www.englishclub.com/vocabulary
www.harmonhall.com.mx/books
www.openingles.com