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A2 – adjectives, common verbs & irregular verbs review

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These are the exercises we have been doing over the past few days. Check out the KEY at the end of the document.

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A2 for & since – extra exercises

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These are the exercises we started last Monday. You can find the KEY below.

A2 – second conditional exercises

Hi, everyone!

These are the 2nd conditional exercises we did in class last Wednesday.

A2 subject questions

These are the screen captures from our subject questions lesson.

Click on the images to go fullscreen. 

KEY

Prepositions of place

Jill’s room & prepositions of place

Aquí puedes encontrar las preposiciones de lugar y vocabulario de los objetos que se pueden encontrar en un dormitorio.

At a hotel

REQUESTS:

Para pedir (lo que sea), en inglés tenemos estas dos expresiones. Ignora su significado literal, porque en lo que tenemos que fijarnos es en su equivalente en español.

Can I have…? ¿Me das…?

I’d like… Quiero…

Para ofrecer (cosas, hacer algo (un verbo, que ha de ir con to)):

OFFERS:

Would you like…? ¿Quieres…?

Recuerda la pronunciación de would:

  • no es /bud/
  • no es /gud/
  • trata de pronunciar una u, sacando los labios y sin cerrarlos: prueba a hacer: ua, ue, ui, uo, uu… ud
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