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SUNSET

Student’s Basic Book
Edson Espinoza Mautino

SUNSET

Student’s Book
Edson Espinoza Mautino

GETTING STARTED…
SUNSET is a knowledge compilation that shows all I learned about the language, especially of Basic English through the three levels of English. English isn’t a second language for Spanish speakers, is a world tongue which nowadays is necessary to have contact with therest of the world and the main purpose of SUNSET is serve like an auxiliary resource in the learning progress because it has three basic items: Vocabulary, know new terms and phrases is important to communicate; Grammar, the exact grammatical structure to write and speak properly and finally Functional Practice that encourages in the use of vocabulary and Grammar in specific cases.
But it isn’tall; the final part of the book has a list of ten selected songs performed by famous artists that help in pronunciation and enrich the vocabulary that is take of the song. Also for complement have a list of irregular verbs and phrasal verbs that make the conversation complex and fluently and it’s useful in the three levels of the language.


Contents | Language Development |
| Vocabulary |Grammar |
Unit I | Lesson 1 | 1 Hello and goodbye.2 The Alphabet.3 Numbers 0 – 10. | 1 Possessive Adjectives: My, your, his, her. |
| Lesson 2 | 1 Countries.2 Nationalities.3 Numbers 11 – 100. | 1 Verb be: Am, is, are.2 Be: Information questions. |
| Lesson 3 | 1 Jobs.2 Personality. | 1 A or an.2 Yes / No questions: All forms. |
| Lesson 4 | 1 Cognates.2 Personal possessions adjectives.| 1 Verb be: All forms.2 This/These/That/Those.3 Possessive’s |
| Lesson 5 | 1 Time.2 Time phrases.3 Events and places.4 Geography. | 1 It’s + time.2 Prepositions: At, on, in.3 Where + be. |
| Lesson 6 | 1 Places. | 1 Prepositions: next to, across from, between, on.2 There is/are and There isn’t/aren’t.3 Yes/No questions and short answers. |
| Lesson 7 | 1 Abilities.2 Part-time jobs. | 1Can, can’t for ability.2 Yes/No questions and short answers with can.3 Imperatives: affirmative and negative. |
| Lesson 8 | 1 Family.2 Appearance. | 1 Have/has.2 Be vs. have in description.3 Possessive adjectives. |
| Lesson 9 | 1 Routines.2 Days of the week. | 1 Simple present: I, you, we, you, they.2 Simple present questions.3 Negative statements. |
| Lesson 10 | 1 Collocations.2Likes and dislikes. | 1 Simple present: 3rd person singular.2 Frequency adverbs with the simple present tense.3 Like + noun. |
| Lesson 11 | 1 Movies and TV programs.2 Music kinds.3 Free time activities. | 1 Wh-questions.2 Like/doesn’t like + noun or –ing verbs. |
| Lesson 12 | 1 Common collocations.2 Vacation activities. | 1 Present progressive. |
Unit II | Lesson 13 | 1 Clothes.2 Colors. | 1Adjectives: Word order. |
| Lesson 14 | 1 Character2 The face3 Stage in a relationship. | |
| Lesson 15 | 1 Rooms/furniture/appliances/objects.2 Prepositions of place II.3 Houses. | 1 Whose/possessive pronouns. |
| Lesson 16 | 1 Transportation.2 Verbs of traveling. | |
| Lesson 17 | 1 Months of the year/seasons.2 Common adjectives to describe places.3 The weather. | 1 Comparativeadjectives. |
| Lesson 18 | 1 Movies.2 Places and activities. | 1 Simple past tense. |
| Lesson 19 | 1 Music. | 1 Linkers. |
| Lesson 20 | 1 Suggestions and responses.2 Future, present, and past time phrases. | 1 Going to.2 Want, would like. |
Unit III | Lesson 21 | 1 Suggesting, accepting and rejecting ideas.2 Countable & uncountable nouns. | 1 Some/any.2 How much/How many.3 Apostrophes.|
| Lesson 22 | 1 The body.2 Illnesses.3 Phrasal verbs. | 1 Should and shouldn’t. |
| Lesson 23 | 1 Feelings: adjectives.2 Feelings: Word building.3 Going on vacation.4 Useful phrases. | 1 The past progressive. |
| Lesson 24 | 1 Sports.2 Sport phrases.3 Adjectives ending in –ing and –ed. | 1 Comparative adjectives: review.2 Superlative adjectives. |
| Lesson 25 | 1 Invitations. | 1...
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