Presentación del tema: "Intro Unit and Unit 1 Vocabulary Contest Geography, Clothes and Accesories, Food, Adjectives, Social expressions, Invitations, Idioms and Phrasal Verbs."— Transcripción de la presentación:
Intro Unit and Unit 1 Vocabulary Contest Geography, Clothes and Accesories, Food, Adjectives, Social expressions, Invitations, Idioms and Phrasal Verbs.
ribera puente Capital /kæpitəl/ Cueva /keiv/ Canal, cauce acantilados costa continente este campo Isla /ailənd/ Punto destacado Montaña /mauntin/ norte Sur /sauθ/ Oeste Cove Cala peak pico, cima
/blauz/ blusa /bu:ts// /botas/ /brei.slət/ pulsera /kæp/gorra vestido pendientes chanclas Tacones altos capucha vaqueros pintalabios maquillaje Mini falda collar anillo zapatos mangas Gafas de sol /trau.zər/ pantalones
Alubias/judias horneadas Carne de ternera Galleta. AmE cookie pan mantequilla calorias carbohidratos zanahoria pollo maíz Patatas fritas. AmE chips huevos grasa refrescos helado Zumo de limón /Mju:zli/ Salsa de tomate Zumo de naranja pasta palomitas proteina arroz fresas aceite vitamin yogurt
sea mar shore costa soil tierra, suelo south pole polo sur strait estrecho stream arroyo, riachuelo torrent torrente tributary afluente tropic trópico Tropic of Cancer Trópico de Cáncer Tropic of Capricorn Trópico de Capricornio valley valle waterfall catarata world mundo world map mapamundi cardinal point punto cardinal north norte northern septentrional, del norte south sur southern meridional, del sur east este eastern oriental, del este west oeste western occidental, del oeste /kæʒ.jul/informal /kukt/ cocinado Estar de moda Que engorda /fo:rməl/ /fraid/ congelado moderno aceitoso Pasado de moda Práctico (suitable) /ro:/crudo /solty/ salado Sensato, práctico (good judgement) sensitive: sensible, empático. /sauəʳ/ agrio picado dulce De moda bitteramargo Geek /gi:k/ a person who is boring and not fashionable
¿En qué curso estás? ¿Qué te parece el colegio? ¿Tienes algún hoby interesante?? ¿Cuál es tu deporte favorito? ¿Qué tipo de persona eres? ¿Puedes contarnos algo sobre tí?
¿Cómo dirias esta palabra en inglés? ¿Cómo se pronuncia este nombre? ¿Cuánto tiempo tenemos ? ¿En qué página está? ¿Puedes explicar esto, por favor? ¿Puedes repetirlo, por favor? ¿Puedo tomar prestado tu diccionario? ¿Para cuándo es la tarea? ¿A qué hora es el recreo? ¿Escucha atentamente an lo repetiré?
Cordones : ……………………………………………….. Atarse los cordones : ………………………………... Suela: ………………………………………….. Zapatillas de deporte: …………………………………. Tacones: …………………………………………… Zueco: ……………………………………………… Zapatillas de andar por casa: ………………………… Sandalias: …………………………………………………. Chanclas: ……………………………………………. FOOTWEAR Laces To lace up Sole (BrE) Trainers (AmE) Sneakers Court Shoes, Pumps or High Heels Clog Slippers Sandals Flip-flops
Geek /gi:k/ a person who is boring and not fashionable. geek does not have to be smart, a Geek is someone who is generaly not athletic, and enjoys Video Games; Comic Books; being on the internet, and etc. Hipster: someone who is very Influenced by the most recent ideas and fashions Nerd: A person, especially a man, who is not attractive and awkward or socially embarrasing. Posh: People from a high social class
Idiom of the day 2ESO-F
What is an Idiom? It is a combination of words that has a figurative meaning due to its common usage. An idiom's figurative meaning is separate from the literal meaning or definition of the words of which it is made. Idioms are numerous, and they occur frequently in all languages. There are estimated to be at least 25,000 idiomatic expressions in the English language.
To kick the bucket -To die: Example1: When I finally kick the bucket, I want to be buried on top of a mountain. Ex2: They expect him to kick the bucket next week. Idiom of the day
For donkeys years (BrE) -For a very long time: Example1: I havent seen Nicola for donkeys years. Example2: Those pills have been on the shelf for donkeys years. In AmE they say: In coons age. Ex: Thanks, that was the best food Ive had in a coons age. *Coon is an offensive word for a black person. Idiom of the day
The Acid Test -Something that shows you whether a theory, idea or plan works well or correctly, or shows you whether something is true: Example1:The acid test is this – can you look at your notes the next day and understand the main points of the lecture? Example2:The acid test for the product will be whether people actually buy it.
Idiom of the day Actions speak louder than words -Used in order to say that what you do is more important that what you say, and that people will judge you by the things you do: Example1:Actions speak louder than words, so we have to make sure that we give our customers what we have promised them. Example2:Of course the government have made all sorts of promises but as we all know, actions speak louder than words.
Not know somebody from Adam -Used in order to say that you do not know someone at all, or have never seen them before: Example1: A year ago, basketball coaches and fans didnt know him from Adam – now hes on the front page of every sports section. Example2: Why should I lend him money? I don't know him from Adam. Idiom of the day
Play/be devils advocate -To pretend to disagree about something so that there will be a discussion about it. Example1: He likes to play devils advocate in meetings where people agree too easily. Example2: Let me play devils advocate here and ask you why you should be excused from paying the fine. Idiom of the day
Pile on the agony (BrE) -Informal. To make a situation that is already bad even worse, or make it seem worse. Example1: The score was 4-0 and Wigan piled on the agony with another two goals. Example2: He was really piling on the agony, saying he was heart-broken and hadn't got anything left to live for. Idiom of the day
The term phrasal verb is commonly applied to two or three distinct but related constructions in English: a verb and a particle and/or a preposition co-occur forming a single semantic unit. This semantic unit cannot be understood based upon the meanings of the individual parts in isolation, but rather it must be taken as a whole. In other words, the meaning is non-compositional and thus unpredictable.
Bring up To look after a child and educate them until they are old enough to look after themselves. -Example: She decided shed rather bring her children up in the countryside. -Ex: I was brought up by my grandmother.
Carry on To continue doing something. -Example: Ill just carry on till Ive got it finished. -Ex: If he carries on drinking like that hes going to have a problem.
Come across To discover something by chance, or to meet someone by chance. -Example: I come across an old school friend of mine when I was travelling in Canada. -Ex: You know, I came across this article online where theyve done research on...
Come up with To think or to suggest a plan or idea, solution to a problem, or an answer to a question. -Example: A team of advertisers is hard at work trying to come up with a slogan for he product. -Ex: Experts have failed to come up with an explanation of why the explosion happened.
Get over To begin to feel better after an experience that has made you unhappy. -Example: I dont suppose you ever really get over the death of a child. -Ex: It took her months to get over the shock of Richard leaving.
Get along If two or more people get along, they like each other and are friendly to each other. -Example: I dont get along with Mark, I didnt like him from the very first day I met him!. -Ex: Do you get along with your siblings?
Give up To stop doing something a unhealthy habit or an activity because it is too dificult. -Example: I gave up smoking six months ago. -Ex: I had to give up halfway through the race because I was so tired.
.. Go on To continue to exist or happened. -Example: The music festival goes on until August 31. -Ex: The war had been going on for three years and there was still no sign of peace
Hold on To wait for a short time. -Example: Hold on – Ill be ready in a minute! -Ex: We held on another five minutes but in the in end we had to leave without her..