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Unit 4

Temas
1.-Ropa (clothes)
2.-Colors
3.-Possesive Adjectives and Possesive Pronouns
4.-Conjunctions
5.-Presente Progresivo
6.- El clima

1.-Ropa (clothes)
Vocabulary

Dress Skirt Shirt Shirt Boots

Belt Gloves Jeans Hat

Sweater Coat Jacket Suit


Shorts Cap Socks Scarf

Sneakers tie Sandals High


Heels
Shoes

2.-Colors
Spanish English

Color Colour (Uk), Color (Us)

Claro, Clara Light

Oscuro, Oscura Dark

Pálido, Pálida Pale

Aguamarina Aquamarine

Amarillo, Amarilla Yellow

Anaranjado, Anaranjada Orange

Azul Blue

Azul Celeste Light Blue

Azul Marino Navy Blue

Blanco White

Bordó Maroon

Carmín Carmine

Castaño Chestnut

Coral Coral

Dorado Golden

Dorado Brillante Goldenrod

Durazno Peach

Fucsia Fuchsia, Hotpink


Gris Grey (Uk), Gray (Us)

Lila Mauve

Madera Burlywood

Cafe Brown

Negro Black

Plata, Plateado Silver

Púrpura Crimson

Rojo Red

Rosado, Rosada Pink

Turquesa Turquoise

Verde Green

Verde Azulado Teal

Verde Oscuro Dark Green

Violeta, Morado/A Purple, Violet

SOURCE:WWW.OMNPERSONAL.COM.AR

3.-Possesive Adjectives and Possesive Pronouns


Adjetivos Posesivos (Possesive Adjectives)
Se utilizan para indicar a quién pertenece el sujeto u objeto de la
oración. Van seguidos de un sustantivo (o una cláusula nominal).

Possessive Adjectives
my mi / mis
your tu / tus
his su / sus
her su / sus
its su / sus
our nuestro/a/os/as
your vuestro/a/os/as
their su / sus
Como se puede observar, son muchos menos que en español, ya que no se
diferencian en singular o plural. Por ejemplo:
 my car mi auto
 my cars mis autos
Sin embargo, debe prestar atención cuando se refiere a la tercera persona, ya
que en castellano se usa "su" en todos los casos, mientras que en inglés
varían según la persona.

Note además que "your" puede referirse al singular (tu) o al plural (tus de
ustedes).
my house its house
your house our house
his house your house
her house their house

Si se está hablando de una persona y se describe su casa, se usaría his o her,


según el sexo de dicha persona.

 John lives in New York. His house is very big.


 Susan lives in New York. Her house is very big.

Pero si se habla de un animal se debe utilizar its.

 The cat lives in New York. Its name is Bob.


Para preguntar de quién es algo, se usa Whose. Siempre va seguido de un
sustantivo y luego la forma interrogativa del verbo.

Whose De quién

Whose book is this?


¿De quién es este libro? It's Paul's book. / It's his book. / It's his.
Es el libro de Paul. / Es su libro. / Es suyo.
Note que en este caso se usa el adjetivo posesivo seguido del sustantivo, o
bien directamente el pronombre posesivo, como se explica a continuación

Possesive Pronouns
Se utilizan para indicar a quién pertenece algo. Como son pronombres,
reemplazan al sustantivo al que se está haciendo referencia.

Possessive Adjectives Possessive Pronouns


my mi / mis mine mio/a/os/as
your tu / tus yours tuyo/a/os/as
his su / sus his suyo/a/os/as
her su / sus hers suyo/a/os/as
its su / sus its suyo/a/os/as
our nuestro/a/os/as ours nuestro/a/os/as
your vuestro/a/os/as yours vuestro/a/os/as
their su / sus theirs suyo/a/os/as

Por ejemplo:

his is my car. Este es mi auto.


This car is mine. Este auto es mio.

That is her book. Ese es su libro.


That book is hers. Ese libro es suyo (de ella

PARA INDICAR POSESION :

Puedes decir:
La casa de Juan John’s house.
El carro de Luis Luis’ car.
Los libros de los estudiantes The students’ books
(Observa que si el nombre del poseedor o dueño termina en “S” solo le
agregas el apostrofo ).
Exercise 1
Complete colocando el pronombre posesivo que corresponda a la persona
indicada entre paréntesis.
EJEMPLO:

1. Whose pen is this? It's Paul’s. (PAUL)


It’s his pen. (he )
It’s his (he)

1. Whose apple is this? 3. Whose computer is that?

It's ________________(Kylie). It's ____________(the kids).

2. Whose dog is that? 4. Whose car is this?

It's ________________(we). It's ________________(Laura).


5. Whose book is that? 8. Whose album is this?

It's ________________(I). It's ________________(they).

6. Whose glasses are these? 9. Whose hat is this?

They're _____________(Harry). It's ________________(Mark).

7. Whose dictionary is this? 10. Whose gloves are these?

It's ________________(you). They're _____________(I)


ANSWER KEY

1. It’s Kylie’s. 6. They’re Harry’s.


2. It’s ours. 7. It’s yours.
3. It’s the kids’. 8. It’s theirs.
4. It’s Laura’s. 9. It’s Mark´s.
5. It’s mine. 10. They’re mine.

4.-Conjunctions
Conjunciones
Usamos estas palabras para unir dos oraciones, formando así de dos oraciones
cortas una oración larga.
SENTENCE A SENTENCE B

It is raining I am wearing a raincoat


I am not wearing a hat

It is raining and I am wearing a raincoat.


It is raining but I am not wearing a raincoat.

AND: para agregar información


BUT: para contrastar la información antes mencionada.

5.-Presente Progresivo
Present Continuous

Affirmative Negative Interrogative

I am wearing I am not wearing Am I wearing?

You are wearing You are not wearing Are you wearing?

He is wearing He is not wearing Is he wearing?

She is wearing She is not wearing Is she wearing?

It is wearing It is not wearing Is it wearing?

We are wearing We are not wearing Are we wearing?

You are wearing You are not wearing Are you wearing?
They are wearing They are not wearing Are they wearing?

Necesitamos conocer el verbo TO BE ( ser o estar – am, is, are) y agregarle al verbo
la terminación ING, (que en español es la terminación: ando- iendo) y entonces
entenderás

Affirmative subject + am/is/are + 1 > "ing"


I am wearing a nice hat - Estoy usando un sombrero bonito
He is wearing a navy blue shirt - El está usando una camisa azul marino.

Negative subject + am/is/are + not + 1 > "ing"


I am not wearing my new dress – yo no estoy usando mi vestido nuevo
She isn’t wearing boots - Ella no está usando botas

Interrogative Am/Is/Are + subject + 1 > "ing" ?


Am I wearing your favorite color? - ¿Estoy usando tu color favorite?
Are they wearing the uniform? - ¿Están usando ellos el uniforme?

Wear: usar, llevar puesto ropa o accesorios.


En esta unidad encontrarás algunos verbos impersonales ( verbos que se refieren
al estado del tiempo y que solo se utilizan con el pronombre IT ) acompañados
con la terminacion : ING
It is snowing Esta nevando It isn’t raining No esta lloviendo

Adjective + Noun
Recuerda siempre colocar primero los adjetivos calificativos (rojo, azul, grande,
gordo, etc.) antes del sustantivo (objeto, animal o cosa).
I am wearing a black dress Estoy usando un vestido negro.
Pero:
My dress is Black Mi vestido es negro.

6.- El clima
The weather vocabulary
Unit 4 I am not wearing boots

Exam

Exercise 1.- Describe what the Jackson Family is wearing today

1.-Jenny Jackson is wearing______________


2.-Mrs. Jackson is wearing_______________
3.-Kenny Jackson is wearing_____________
4.-Mr. Jackson is wearing

Exercise 2.VOCABULARY
Find the vocabulary and classify the words according to the category.
(17 – 32 POINTS )

H C R H I T H R E E
A A B L O U S E H S
R P W R T T P P P U
H A W G F W R D S M
S K I R T J I K L M
N M N N B C N N S E
O A T Q Y W G S D R
W E E D C R F V T Y
Y G R B P A N T S H
Y F H N U J M I W O
J A C K E T L P A D
G L H O K L Z X R V
Q L W E L R T Y M I
O P A S D D B E L T
S U N N Y F G H J K

CLOTHING SEASONS WEATHER


17 23 27
18 24 28
19 25 29
20 26 30
21 31
22 32

Exercise 3
Complete the next spaces using the appropriate possessive Adjective (my,
your, his, her, its, our, your, their)

Example: I have a sister. ___ name is Susan.

Answer: I have a sister. Her name is Susan.

Hi Daniel,

name is John. This is friend Jason. He's 12. sister is nine.

pet is a budgie. name is Dickens. Jason and I go to the same school. There are 450 boys and girls in

school. Jason's form teacher is Mrs. Peterson. She has got a pet, too. pet is a tortoise.

Our form teacher is Mr. Smith. I like lessons. He has two dogs. The dogs love to play in
garden. Now I have a question for you. What's pet?

Yours,

John

Exercise 4

Possessive adjectives and pronouns

En este ejercicio podrás practicar el uso correcto de los posesivos. Lee atentamente las oraciones y
completa con el adjetivo posesivo o con el pronombre posesivo que corresponda.

Possessive Adjectives: my - your - his - her - its - our - your - their

Possessive Pronouns: mine - yours - his - hers - its - ours - yours - theirs

1. Paul and Jeannie are going to visit friends tomorrow.

2. He usually goes to England for holidays.

3. Sheila is buying a present for mother.

4. We are living in new home.

5. This is their car. It's .

6. This is my computer. It's .

7. You received a letter from brothers.

8. The dog has own place here.

9. This is his telephone. It's .

10. Monica and Sheila will meet parents.

Exercise 5

Exercise on Pronouns
Possessive Pronouns

Replace the personal pronouns with possessive pronouns: mine - yours - his - hers -
its - ours - yours – theirs
1. This book is (you) .
2. The ball is (I) .
3. The blue car is (we) .
4. The ring is (she) .
5. We met Paul and Jane last night. This house is (they) .
6. The luggage is (he) .
7. The pictures are (she) .
8. In our garden is a bird. The nest is (it) .
9. This cat is (we) .
10. This was not my fault. It was (you) .

Exercise 6

Clothes Word Search Puzzle


Bl_ _ se
C__t
Dr _ s _
H_t
J_ ck _ t
J_an _
P_ nt_
Shi_ t
Sh_e _
Sh_ rt_
Sne_k _ rs
S_ ck _
S_ ngl_s_e _
Sw_at _r

Links para practicar


Ropa (con sonido):
http://www.oup.com/elt/global/products/surprise/level1/games/game_picture5

El clima (sopa de letras):


http://www.englishmedialab.com/crosswords/weather/index.html

Ropa (sopa de letras):


http://www.esltower.com/VOCABSHEETS/clothes/weatherclothesearch.pdf

Relacionado con el clima:


http://learnenglishkids.britishcouncil.org/en/category/general-themes/weather

Para practicar POSESIVOS:


http://www.eslhq.com/worksheets/preview_worksheet.php?worksheet_id=29164

Answer key EXAM

Exercise 1
1.a blue blouse and blue shorts
2.- a pink dress and pink high heels
3.-a brown t-shirt, blue shorts and brown shoes
4.-a blue shirt, blue shorts and blue sneakers

Exercise 2

CLOTHING SEASONS WEATHER


17 skirt 23 spring 27 sunny
18 jacket 24 summer 28 warm
19 cap 25 fall 29 cold
20 blouse 26 winter 30 hot
21 pants 31 windy
22 belt 32 snowy

Exercise 3
Hi Daniel,
my name is John. This is my friend Jason. He's 12. His sister is nine. Their pet is a budgie. His name is Dickens.
Jason and I go to the same school. There are 450 boys and girls in our school. Jason's form teacher is Mrs.
Peterson. She has got a pet, too. Her pet is a tortoise. Our form teacher is Mr. Smith. I like his lessons. He has two
dogs. The dogs love to play in his garden. Now I have a question for you. What's your pet?

Yours,
John

Exercise 4
their
1. Paul and Jeannie are going to visit friends tomorrow.

his
2. He usually goes to England for holidays.

her
3. Sheila is buying a present for mother.

our
4. We are living in new home.

theirs
5. This is their car. It's .

mine
6. This is my computer. It's .

your
7. You received a letter from brothers.

its
8. The dog has own place here.

his
9. This is his telephone. It's .

their
10. Monica and Sheila will meet parents.

Exercise 5
1. This book is yours.
2. The ball is mine.
3. The blue car is ours.
4. The ring is hers.
5. We met Paul and Jane last night. This house is theirs.
6. The luggage is his.
7. The pictures are hers .
8. In our garden is a bird. The nest is its.
9. This cat is ours.
10. This was not my fault. It was yours.

Exercise 6

Blouse
Coat
Dress hat
Jacket
Jeans
Pants
Shirt
Shoes shorts
Sneakers
Socks
Sunglasses
Sweater