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Unit 1C is mainly to review some of the most important things (or at least very basic things) you learnt in Básico 1.
If you want to review anything from Básico 1:

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1. VOCABULARY


CLOTHES VOCABULARY:


You can review the vocabulary you learnt in Básico 1 click here: CLOTHES - Unit 5 Básico 1











Men's clothes
Women's clothes
Uni-sex
Baby clothes
Holiday /Leisure clothes
suit(s) /su:t/
suit.jpg
suit(s) /su:t/
women suit.jpg
coat(s)
nappy (nappies)
(pañal / -es)
· swimsuit(s)
· swimming costume(s)
· bathing costume(s) (very formal)
swimsuit.jpg
shirt(s)
dress(es)
jacket(s)


tie(s)
blouse(s)
t-shirt(s)

swimming trunks (bañador)
trunk.jpg

skirt(s)
trousers
pants
(USA pantalones)
trousers.jpg

bikini(s)
bikini.jpg

nightdress(es)
nightdress.jpg
jeans
jeans.jpg



tanktop(s)
(camisetas sin mangas)
tank top.jpg
shorts
shorts.jpg



· thick strap tanktop(s)
thick strap tanktop.jpg
pullover(s)
pullover.jpgpullover 02.jpg



· thin strap tanktop(s) (= spaghetti strap tanktop(s))
thin strap tanktop.jpg
jumper(s) (Brit.)
sweater(s) (USA)
Made from wool or cotton that has sleeves and does not open at the front.
sweater.jpg





cardigan (s) (rebeca)
cardigan.jpg




glove(s) (guantes)




mitten(s) (manoplas)




vest(s) (chaleco / camiseta interior)
vest.jpg




tracksuit(s) / sweatsuit(s) (chandal)
tracksuit.jpg




sweatshirt(s) (sudadera)
sweatshirt.jpg




bath robe(s) (albornoz)
bath robe.jpg







Nightwear
Underwear
footwear
nightshirt (s) (usually for men)
nightshirt.jpg
men
ladies (lingerie)
uni-sex
shoe(s)
nightgown (s) (for women)
· nightie / -ty (-ies)
(camisón) (very colloquial)
nightgown.jpg
boxers (calzoncillos cortos)
boxers.jpg
bra(s)
bra.jpg
vest(s) (camiseta interior / chaleco)
vest - underwear.jpg
sandal(s)
sandals.jpg
pyjamas
pyjamas.jpg
y-fronts (calzoncillos ajustados)
y-fronts.jpg
pants (Brit.) / knickers (Brit.)
(bragas)
panties (USA bragas)
pants.jpg

flip flop(s) (chanclas)
flip flops.jpg
dressing gown(s)
(bata)
dressing gown.jpg

tights (medias panty)
tights.jpg

boot(s)


stocking(s) (media alta)
stockings 02.jpg

wellingtons (botas de goma)
wellingtons.jpg




slipper(s) (zapatillas de casa)
slippers.jpg


Christmas stocking(s)
(media navideña)
Christmas stockings.jpg

sock(s) (calcetín)
sock.jpg

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PLURAL CLOTHES

(some / a pair of)
pyjamas
pyjamas 02.jpg
(some / a pair of)
· trousers (Brit. pantalones)
· pants (USA pantalones)
trousers.jpg
(some / a pair of)
jeans
jeans.jpg
(some / a pair of)
shorts
shorts.jpg
(some / a pair of)
swimming trunks
trunk.jpg
(some / a pair of)
tights
tights.jpg
(some)
· pants (Brit. bragas)
· knikers (Brit. bragas)
· panties (USA bragas)
pants.jpg
(some)
boxers
y-fronts.jpg
These nouns can be singular or plural, and you can also use "a pair of" with them in plural:
(some / a pair of)
boots

(some / a pair of)
shoes

(some / a pair of)
trainers





See the pictures of this vocabulary: http://www.learnenglish.de/vocabulary/clothes.htm

· suit: can be both for a man or a woman. It can be trousers and a jacket or a skirt and a jacket.
· store is US for shop, but now in the UK people use both shop and store.
· put on is used with individual items of clothes, e.g. put on your shoes, coat, etc. but get dressed = put on all your clothes.

Remember that plural words cannot be used with a, e.g. NOT a trousers. In that case use some, e.g. I bought some trousers / some shoes.

You may say a pair of with plural clothes words, e.g. a pair of glasses, a pair of shoes, a pair of trousers.



DESCRIBING CLOTHES:





Do the quiz:






2. PRONUNCIATION


You learnt this sound in: Básico 1 - Unit 1B

/ə/ Este sonido se llama schua y es el sonido más común en inglés. Suele producirse antes y después de sílabas acentuadas. La última sílaba -er siempre se pronuncia /ə/, e.g. computer /kəmˈpjuːtə(r)/




You learnt this sound in: Básico 1 - Unit 3B

/ɜ:/ is a longer version of the /ə/ sound.

/ɜ:/ = word, work, world.








3. GRAMMAR




PRESENT CONTINUOUS:


You learnt the present continuous in: Básico 1 - Unit 5B

Typical mistake:
The man in the picture wears a hat.
= >
The man in the picture is wearing a hat.
We live with friends at the moment because builders work on our house.
= >
We are living with friends at the moment because builders are working on our house.

When you describe a painting you use the present continuous because it is as if we were looking at a scene through a window and everything was happening right now.



Remember the use of:
action verbs:
can be naturally used with continuous form.
cook, eat, work, play, sing, study, read, write, speak, talk, listen, dance, wait, sit, run, go, drive, rain, ...
- She is having a shower at the moment. (action)
- They are thinking about going on a cruise. (action)
non action verbs:
not usually used with continuous forms:
· mental states: be, believe, know, remember, forget, agree, recognize, ...
· emotions: admire, like, dislike, love, hate, prefer, look like, need, want...
· the senses: feel, hear, smell, ...
· possession: have, possess, ...
- Do you have a pencil? (non-action)
- Do you think we should have lunch in the hotel? (opinion / non-action)






Activities: Say what these people are doing 1; Say what these people are doing 2; Say what these people are doing 3.

Activities: Complete these sentences with a Pres Cont 1;

Activities for PRESENT SIMPLE + (.pdf):
· Present Continuous + 15
· Present Continuous + 16
· Present Continuous + 17
· Present Continuous + 18
· Present Continuous + 19
· Present Continuous + 20
· Present Continuous + 21
· Present Continuous + 22
· Present Continuous + 23 REVIEW
· Present Simple and Present Continuous 24
· Present Simple and Present Continuous 25
· Present Simple and Present Continuous 26 REVIEW
· ANSWER KEY (15 - 26)


Adding -ing / -ed:
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4. LISTENING


Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy by David Hockney (1970-1971)

Mr and Mrs Clark and Percy.jpg



Description:
Hockney painted it between 1970 and 1971 and it is of the English fashion designer, Ossie Clark, and the textile designer and his then wife Celia Birtwell. It was painted just after the couple’s wedding. Celia Birtwell acted as Hockney’s muse and model for some time after this painting.

Ossie Clark is seated on a chair in a very relaxed posture and standing across from him his Celia Birtwell. I wonder if the fact that they are set so much apart was a reference to their independent careers and lives.

The setting itself is quite minimalistic and informal. In this painting we are aware that this is not a room of the poor. The book with the yellow cover makes an admirable contrast to the pale blue of the table. On the floor sits a white plastic 60’s telephone.

On the lap of Ossie Clark there is a white cat which according to the painting’s title is called Percy. Cats were also symbols of infidelity and envy and if we are to believe rumours of the time Clarke was bisexual and had many affairs which eventually lead to the break-up of their marriage three years later in 1974.
On the table we see a vase of white lilies and these flowers symbolise female purity. At the time of the painting Celia Birtwell was pregnant.

Taken from: http://mydailyartdisplay.wordpress.com/2011/06/09/mr-and-mrs-clark-and-percy-by-david-hockney/










Do the quiz:




Do the quiz:






5. VOCABULARY


Prepositions of place:


If you want to review some prepositions you learnt in Básico 1, click on the picture:

wiki basico 1 prepositions.JPG




A is in front of B
in front of.PNG



A is opposite B
opposite.PNG



in = inside an enclosed space, e.g. in a drawer.
on = touching an external surface, e.g. on the wall, on the table.


prepositions of place and movement.jpg



2 dimension / 3 dimension picture:
Describing a picture 2 and 3 dimensions.JPG




6. SPEAKING



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Describe these pictures.jpg











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