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    • Adjectives Ending in -ed and -ing 

      Cortés Fernández, Lidie Susana (2011)
      Adjectives ending in -ed and -ing
    • Adjectives in -ed and -ing ending 

      Unknown author (2011)
      Adjectives in -ed and -ing ending
    • Adverbs of frequency 

      Miguez Gutiérrez, Michelle (2015-07-01)
    • Classroom Language 

      Cruz Bautista, Elizabeth (2017-08-31)
      This presentation contains classroom language necessary to communicate in class.
    • 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.
    • Comparatives 

      Rojo Hernández, Marliz Alejandra (2011)
      To compare between two people, animals, things, teams, places etc.
    • Comparatives 

      Leonardo Almaraz, Alan Jesus (2017-08-31)
      During this unit the student will develop and he will also learn writing and speaking abilities which lead him to exchange personal information in a written or in a oral way.
    • Comparatives and Superlatives 

      Cortés Fernández, Lidie Susana (2011)
      Comparatives and Superlatives
    • 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 ...
    • Daily Routines 

      Tobos Figueroa, Zulma (2012-01)
      The main objective of a Language is the communication, it´s important that students can communicate feelings, thoughts, ideas, etc., and this topic about Daily routines let our students to speak or write on their own ...
    • Daily Routines 

      Téllez Tinoco, Nallely (2011)
      The purpose of this work is to present a short introduction for beginner English learners to the topic of daily routines and simple present tense Use this presentation as a great way to study the basics in one important ...
    • Expresar Planes Futuros 

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

      Cortés Fernández, Lidie Susana (2011)
      A first conditional sentence consists of two clauses, an if clause and a main clause
    • Future Tenses 

      Cortés Fernández, Lidie Susana (2011)
      Future will Future going to Present progressive

      Vázquez Nava, Adriana (2017-08-31)
      Future is consider as the period of time that will come after the present, or the things that will happen then. There are different forms people can express future plans. Here you can find some of them.
    • How do I feel now 

      Valdez Ángeles, María del Rocío (2012-01)
      The subject of present simple provides students essential structures and vocabulary related daily activities and routines.
    • 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 ...
    • 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.
    • 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.
    • 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