English B1+ (Course units)

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Mapa mental, referente a las unidades del curso Ingles B1+, 2016-2

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English B1+ (Course units)
  1. Unit 1
    1. Compound adjectives
      1. Adjectives that are formed or constituted by two different words and are separated by a dash
        1. 1. Adjective + noun
          1. High-rise (A high-rise building)
          2. 2. Noun + noun
            1. Ocean-view (Ocean-view house)
            2. 3. Number + noun
              1. 4-bedroom (4-bedroom apartment )
              2. 4. Adverb + past participle
                1. Newly-remodeled (newly-remodeled condo)
            3. Present Progressive (future meaning)
              1. The Present progressive is mostly used to talk about actions happening now
                1. Subject/ Form of verb “to be”/ “Ing” form
                  1. Singular Subjects
                    1. I-am-reading
                      1. He/she/it-is-sleeping
                      2. Plural Subjects
                        1. We/they-are-studying
                  2. Wh question (request) with modal verbs
                    1. Word order, or the order in which you use words within sentences, is an important part of every language.
                      1. 1. Adjective + noun
                        1. expensive restaurant(Ana has an expensive restaurant)
                        2. 2. Verb + subject (For questions)
                          1. Are you (Are you an English student?)
                          2. 3. Questions: Auxiliary/modal verb + subject
                            1. Did they (Did they come to class last night?)
                            2. 4. Wh Questions: -Wh word + Auxiliary/modal verb + subject
                              1. Where do you (Where do you live?)
                              2. 5. Requests with modal verb + -wh word+ subject + verb
                                1. Can you tell me where the bank is?
                            3. Ing form as adjectives, subjects and objects
                              1. -Ing forms used as nouns
                                1. He is taking an online class now
                                2. Gerunds as Subjects
                                  1. Since –ing forms can be nouns (gerunds), and nouns can perform as subjects of a sentence
                                    1. Dancing is a wonderful exercise
                                  2. Gerunds as Objects
                                    1. As nouns, gerunds can also be objects
                                      1. I like dancing
                                    2. -Ing forms used as adjectives
                                      1. -ing forms can be used as adjectives
                                        1. New York is an interesting city
                                  3. Unit 2
                                    1. Phrasal Verbs
                                      1. which are special grammatical constructions where a preposition usually accompanies another word and adds up to its meaning.
                                        1. The meaning of the resulting 2 or 3-word verb is a combination of both, the verb and its particle (preposition)
                                          1. Verb+preposition
                                            1. Put on(I will put this shirt on)
                                              1. Break up(She is broken up with Tom)
                                                1. Came back(He came back from London)
                                      2. Modal verbs of obligation and advice
                                        1. Verbs that function as auxiliaries, since they can not function as the main verb, that is, they do not work without another verb.
                                          1. Obligation
                                            1. It is an obligation in general
                                              1. Have to (Children have to go to school)
                                            2. Give advice
                                              1. Used to give advice
                                                1. Should (He should see a doctor)
                                              2. Prohibition
                                                1. It means that something is prohibited or not allowed
                                                  1. You mustn’t play there because it´s very dangerous
                                            3. Present perfect VS simple past
                                              1. The simple past is used for actions that have ended in the past.
                                                1. I had three exams this week.
                                                  1. The present perfect the action is related to the present.
                                                    1. I have had three exams already this week.
                                            4. Unit 3
                                              1. Present Perfect
                                                1. To form the perfect present, the auxiliary verb "to have" is used in the present and the past participle of the verb.
                                                  1. Sujeto + verbo auxiliar (to have) + participio pasado…
                                                    1. I have talked to Peter.
                                                      1. Sujeto + verbo auxiliar (to have) + “not” + participio pasado…
                                                        1. I haven’t talked to Peter.
                                                2. Future Tenses
                                                  1. Is used to talk about intentions or plans to do something
                                                    1. I’m going to learn English
                                                  2. Present Perfect Simple VS Present Perfect Continuous VS Simple Past
                                                    1. The 'present perfect simple' denotes that the situation is complete
                                                      1. I have written a novel.
                                                        1. The present perfect continuous is used to indicate that an action is repetitive.
                                                          1. He has been crying all night
                                                            1. To form the simple past with regular verbs, we use the infinitive and add the ending "-ed".
                                                              1. want → wanted learn → learned
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