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  • Indefinite pronouns some, any, no, every 

    Rojas Vite, Cristhian (2018-10-01)
    The indefinite pronouns are those which refer to one or more unspecified objects, beings, or places. They are called “indefinite” just because they do not indicate the exact object, being, or place to which they ...
  • Superlatives in English. 

    Rojas Vite, Cristhian (2018-05-01)
    En las siguientes diapositivas, prenderás a como usar los adjetivos para crear oraciones y formar oraciones utilizando superlativos. Palabras
  • Conditionals 

    Saldaña Franquis, Manuel (2018-04-01)
    Los condicionales son oraciones con dos cláusulas - una cláusula con “If" y una cláusula principal - que están estrechamente relacionadas. Las oraciones condicionales se dividen a menudo en diferentes tipos.
  • Future Simple Tense 

    Islas López, Guadalupe (2018-04-01)
    Futuro simple es el primer tema de la unidad II que conforma el PAI (programa académico institucional) de la materia de Eventos pasados y futuros en Lengua Extranjera. Past simple tense is the first topic in unit II ...
  • Skimming and scanning to improve your reading comprehension 

    Sánchez Franco, Leticia (2018-04-01)
    En esta presentación se describen dos estrategias básicas para responder de manera efectiva la sección de comprensión lectora del examen de certificación TOEFL.
  • Cuidado del Medio Ambiente (Presente Continuo) 

    Campos González, Irene (2018-04-01)
    People should be conscious about the importance of taking care the environment, the meditation about the actions that we are doing to contribute in the change and protection of the planet are significant.
  • Conversaciones introductorias 

    Trujillo Castillo, Paulina (2018-04-01)
    In this presentation you will find some information which will help you to write dates in English in a correct way.
  • Planear proyectos futuros 

    Trujillo Castillo, Paulina (2018-04-01)
    The following presentation contains some questions which can be useful to practice speaking skills, specifically, to talk about future plans or intentions.
  • Comparar personas, lugares y cosas 

    Trujillo Castillo, Paulina (2018-04-01)
    In the following presentation you will find a game which help your students to participate in a speaking activity, where they will answer questions by using superlatives.
  • Enfatizando en los hechos 

    Trujillo Castillo, Paulina (2018-04-01)
    We use first conditional to talk about those consequences which can exist in any situation. In this presentation you will find a game to practice and improve your speaking skills.
  • Rutinas y estados temporales 

    Trujillo Castillo, Paulina (2018-04-01)
    When speaking about actions happening at the moment of speaking, we use what in English is known as Present Continuous.
  • Daily Routines 

    Corte Blanquel, Miriam (2017-08-31)
    The students will get familiar with the daily routines. They also will learn the words to describe those routines.
  • Agreements and Disagreements 

    Morales Flores, Ana Yuridia (2017-08-31)
    L2 learners know how to use the word “too” since basic levels but, they get confuse when reach a higher level as B1 for example specifically with topics as “Agreements and disagreements” due to the use of the word “so”, ...
  • Verb Complementation 

    Cruz Bautista, Liliana (2017-08-31)
    This presentation shows the appropiate verb complementation. Also, It has vocabulary, some examples and exercises that will help the learner to understand the topic .
  • The weather 

    Morales Flores, Ana Yuridia (2017-08-31)
    Know about the weather is very important due to when you describe a place is practically mandatory to speak abut the weather, knowing the main vocabulary make easier the develop of a description, however L2 learners ...
  • Comparatives in English 

    Rojas Vite, Cristhian (2017-08-31)
    We use comparatives all the time, even though in the different languages applied for getting more information. To use comparatives we are going to use adjectives, that describes nouns and pronouns. And we only use two ...
  • Reported Speech 

    Vázquez Nava, Adriana (2017-08-31)
    Reported Speech is a way how we report what someone has said by changing some of the words said, but retaining the same meaning.
  • Communication and technology, using present perfect. 

    Rojas Vite, Cristhian (2017-08-31)
    In this topic we will cover the different aspects about technology, communication and at the same time, how you can use English to communicate your ideas. Technology and communications have increased a lot in the recently ...
  • English Academy 

    Morales Flores, Ana Yuridia (2017-08-31)
    When we want to tell to other person about the things that happened to us in the past we probably relate all the words that finsh with –ed and that is fine, however L2 learners forget that there are a lot of words ...