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1stP= YO - I - am/ not

2ndP= TU – YOU – are / aren’t

3rd P= EL – HE. ELLA – SHE. ESO/ESTO – IT is /isnt’t


1stP= NOSOTROS- WE – are /arent’n

2ndP= USTEDES- YOU – are /aren’t

3rd P= ELLOS – THEY – are / arent’n


• Questions words with verb to be

What,Where, When, How old,

• Questions and short answers

Am (name),is (ocupation), are (age, tec): YES (am,is,are), NO (im not, isn´t, aren’t).


Personal Pronouns Posesives Adjetives

I----------------------------- my
You----------------------------- your
He------------------------------ hisShe------------------------------- her
It-------------------------------- it´s
We-------------------------------- our
You-------------------------------- your
They-------------------------------- their

• Edgar (HE), is an English teacher, his wife is an English teacher too, their daugente, dosen´t like englis-

• I live in a big hause (IT),but it´s garden is small-

• Samuel (HE), and his friends are football fans their favorite team is the america.


We use a /an before occupation in singular and before singular countable nouns.

• /a/ We use /a/ before consonant sounds

A teacher a (x) teacher’s

• /an/ we use /an/ before vowel soundsAN tarchitec an (x) architec´s


We use demonstrative pronouns to point at someone or something.

Near from the speaker Far from the speaker’s

SINGULAR------------------ This------------------------------Than


• Hello John this is mybrother an the are my parent´s. oh ! Nice to meet you.

• Look! That house is on the fire, and those dogs are trapped

NOTA: We usually use demostrtive in question a personal pronouns.

• Who are these boys?. They are my friends

• What´s this?,. It´s a ball.


1. We usually pluralize a noun by adding “s” ti the noun. Chair ---Chair´s

2. Nouns endingin: s-sh-ch-o-x

Take-----“es”, buss-------busses, dish-------dishe, Wat-------watches, tomato-----tomatoes

3. Nous ending in “F” or “FE”, change the “F” or “FE” by “VES”. Wolf : wolves wife: wives

4. Nous ending in consonant “Y” change the “Y” by “IES”. Cherry : cherries

EXCEPCIONS nous endings in vowel “Y” only take “S”. Boy : Boy´s

5. Irregular adjectiveschange complete or they do not change.

Man-men, Woman-women, child-children, person- people, foot-feet, tooth- teeth, mouse-mice, sheep-sheep, fish-fish, goose-geese.

WHOS / WHOSE (preguntar por propietario de cosas)

Who’s: This is the contraction of “who is”, an the we it to ask about the person, who does the action.

• Who is your English teacher?

Whose: We useit to ask for the owner of some things.

• Whose books are these?.

I think they are the teacher’s books.


We usually we (‘s) as the contraction of (is) but we also use it to express possession.

1. When we have singular nouns or names, we use (is).

• My brothers room is always messy.

• Mirna’s hair is straight and the long.2. We names finishes is “s” we only add ( ‘ ). (si el nombre termina en (s) no se pone s.)

Luis’ house is in front of the school.

• Carlos’ t-shirt es blue.

3. When we have a list of names we add ( is), only to the last name.

• Miriam, Rodrigo and Samuel’s teacher is Edgar.

4. When we have regular plural nouns they always finish in “s” so we...
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