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  • Third conditional in English 

    Rojas Vite, Cristhian (2022-12-08)
    The third conditional, also called conditional type 3 is used to express the past consequence of an unrealistic, improbable action, or situation in the past. For example, if he had studied harder, he would have passed ...
  • Wh- questions in English 

    Rojas Vite, Cristhian (2022-12-08)
    We use English questions all the time, because if you want to interact in English you have to ask a question to somebody else. Wh- questions (also called question words) are the questions which start with wh, for ...
  • How to introduce yourself in English 

    Rojas Vite, Cristhian (2021-10-01)
    With the following power point slides, you will learn how to introduce yourself when you speak English. Remember that when you want to start speaking English to another person you have to say certain and specific words to ...
  • Reflexive pronouns 

    Sánchez Franco, Leticia (2019-06-30)
    Los pronombres reflexivos se utilizan cuando el sujeto y objeto es el mismo, o bien para enfatizar uno de estos.
  • Past Perfect 

    Piedra Mayorga, María del Socorro (2019-06-30)
    On next presentation you will see a brief explanation of Past Perfect This tense is most used for the next: 1. For actions that happened before a past event 2. In reported speech 3. In if (conditional sentences Take ...
  • Asking and giving directions 

    Sánchez Franco, Leticia (2019-06-30)
    It is important to know the basic expressions in order to ask and give information about the location of a specific place.
  • First Conditional 

    Rojas Vite, Cristhian (2019-12-06)
    With the following power point slides, you will learn how to use the first conditional and also to create sentences that express something that may happen in the future. Remember that the first conditional is used to ...
  • 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.
  • Describing someone’s personality 

    Sánchez Franco, Leticia (2018-04-01)
  • Zero, first and second conditionals 

    Sánchez Franco, Leticia (2018-04-01)
  • 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.

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