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  • The weather 

    Pérez Sánchez, Mario Alberto (2017-08-31)
    To talk about the weather is necessary to know about the adequate lexis. Due to this, the use of words related to images is as a consequence a true need to increase the understanding of the topic by having by hand the ...
  • Intentions and arrangements 

    Cortés Martínez, Alicia Carolina (2017-08-31)
    In this presentation you can review the different ways to talk about the future. An intention is something that we would like to do in the future. These are general plans for the future. An arrangement is a specific ...
  • Verbs practice 

    Ortiz Salvador, Blanca Estela (2017-08-31)
  • Mostrar acciones presentes y consecuencias futuras. 

    Ortega Mendoza, Katya Gabriela (2017-08-31)
    When we want to express that something is possible to happen in the present or in the future, we use CONDITIONAL SENTENCES TYPE 1
  • Myself 

    Ortiz Juárez, Jesury (2017-08-31)
    Las presentes actividades didácticas de clase tienen como finalidad introducir, aprender, repasar y reafirmar el tema de ‘Hablar sobre información personal’, las actividades están diseñadas para trabajar de forma ...
  • Expresar Planes Futuros 

    Casillas Hernández, Ada Sarai (2017-08-31)
    It shows how to express future plans & intentions using “Going to”.
  • Mexican Constitution 

    Zamora Nava, Heidi (2017-01-01)
    History helps us to know how things and people have been participating in each event a long our lives, it is important to know dates, names and places really important to understand our culture.
  • Pollution 

    Zamora Nava, Heidi (2017-01-01)
    In this class, we discuss about the problems our planet is facing with all the wastes people are producing every day.
  • Uses of verb to be (Present simple) 

    Acosta García, Norma (2016-01-31)
    The following slide shows some exercises which use the Verb To be (am, are, is) with different pronouns (he, she and they) and you can practice and evaluate your knowlegde. This slide shows different questions using the ...
  • Making Comparisons 

    Saldaña Franquis, Manuel (2016-01-31)
    When comparing two elements such as people, things, places, etc., it is necessary to use the comparative form of the adjective which is based on a group or rules.
  • Password (Vocabulary About Jobs and Professions) 

    Capetillo Cerón, Karla Estela (2016-01-31)
    An interactive game called “Password” that can be used as a vocabulary review activity in which students can practice any kind of vocabulary. This time the topic is about jobs and professions.
  • Past tense jeopardy 

    Mendoza Zarazúa, Dechadira N. (2016-01-31)
    El presente juego tiene la finalidad de repasar el pasado simple en sus tres formas, afirmación, negación y pregunta, así como del verbo “ser o estar”, para que de una forma simple, divertida y didáctica los usuarios mejoren ...
  • Passive voice - Present tense 

    Ortega Mendoza, Katya Gabriela (2016-01-31)
    When the action itself is more important than the person who carries it out; we have the possibility to use the passive voice. It could be use in any verb tense as needed.
  • Simple Present 

    Osorio Romero, Antonio de Jesús (2016-01-01)
    In this presentation we will check the use of the simple present. We learn how to use and express in third person singular an plural as well as different changes in the verb forms.
  • Verbo "to be" 

    Sánchez Martínez, Diana Verónica (2015-07-01)
  • Adjectives 

    Pérez Sánchez, Mario Alberto (2015-07-01)
  • Talking About Arts 

    Zamora Nava, Heidi (2015-07-01)
    To be able to talk about any kind of topics in our lives let us to increase our cultural background and grow as human beings, for that reason our English program takes into account topics related to arts, tourism, politics, ...
  • Adverbs of frequency 

    Miguez Gutiérrez, Michelle (2015-07-01)
  • Conditional sentences (zero and first conditional) 

    Ortiz Salvador, Blanca Estela (2015-06-01)
    Conditionals in English grammar are sometimes called 'if clauses'. They are used to describe the result of something that might happen either in the present or future. . Although the various conditional forms might seem ...
  • Comparación de dos o más elementos 

    Ortega Mendoza, Katya Gabriela (2015-07-01)
    We have the possibility to use the comparative and superlative forms of adjectives whenever we want to sum up different characteristics that two or more people, things, animals, places, etc. have.

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