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Welcome to level 3 (:

Teacher: Cesar Rodriguez

Chemical Engineer and ESL Teacher
I like eating and sleeping :3
My hobbies are: playing videogames, watching sci-fi and horror movies, listening to
heavy metal music and reading fantasy and engineering books (:
Contact information:
Telephone: +58-424-6707630 (only for important things like inviting the teacher to
eat pizza)
E-mail: cesar.rodriguez@cevaz.com

Evaluation system in Cevaz

8 classes
8:00 to 11:30am
coffee break at 10:00 am
exam day is on april 8th
oral evaluation (oe)
oe = participation (60) + oral exam (40)
written exam = 100 pts.
Minimum score required to approve is 70
except when you have 7 or more hours absent, in that case you'll need 75 points.

Level 2 review (:
Simple present (routines/habits)
What is correct?
1. He works in the hospital - Correct
2. He work in the hospital

go - goes
-o- -ss- -sh- -ch- -x-
goes, kisses, finishes, watches, fixes
No spanish :3

Level 3
Units 9, 10, 11 and 12
Unit 9: Eat well (:
Food vocabulary
Rice, Orange, Fish, Strawberry, Pizza, Meat, Apple, Cheese, Hamburger, Hot dog,
Chicken, Salad, Pineapple, Cookies, Eggs, Chocolate, Pasta, Tea, Soup, Mango,
Coffee, Watermelon, Tomato, Broccoli, Ice cream, Bread, Milk, Blackberry, Banana,
Butter, Taco. Black beans, White beans, Iguana meat, Cockroach, Tortillas, Arepa,
Chili, Cake, Pancake, Ribs, Bacon.
Grammar part:
Use of "some" and "any"
a. In positive, we use "some"
For example:
1. I have some ice cream in the refrigerator
2. There is some bread in the shelf
3. There are some oranges in the bag
b. In negative, we use "any"
1. I don't have any cookies
2. There isn't any chicken
3. There aren't any eggs

Questions (:
a. For questions using "do" or "am/is/are", use "any"
For example:
1. Is there any juice?
2. Do you have any sugar?

b. For questions using "can" or "could", use "some"

For example:
1. Can I have some water, please?
2. Could you get me some bread, please?

Imagine you are in a restaurant and you order a meal.
A: Good morning.
B: Could I have some cereal, please?
A: Of course.
B: Do you have any hot dogs?
A: No, I'm sorry. We don't have any hot dogs. We only have pancakes.
B: Ok, I'll have some pancakes.
In 10 minutes I evaluate (:
Memorize the conversation
I'll = I will

English learning recommendations

a) Watching movies in spanish and english
b) Listening to songs with spanish and english lyrics

Pronunciation: "And"
Full form: Pasta and salad
Short form: Pasta n salad (when you speak fast)

Oral exam topics

1. Order a meal (use of some and any)
2. Plan a party (for example: a christmas dinner)

Some & Any review (:

In positive sentences we use "some"
In negative sentences we use "any"
In questions with "do" & "be" we use "any"
In questions with "can" & "could" we use "some"

Let's continue (:
Use of "How much" & "How many"
How much is used for uncountable nouns (normally in singular)
How many is used for countable nouns (normally in plural)
For example:
1. How much water do you want?
2. How much milk do you want?
3. How much soda do you want?
4. How much oil do you want?
5. How much cheese do you want?
How much - liquids

How many - vegetables and fruits

How many oranges?
How many strawberries?
How many tomatoes?
How many potatoes?
How many watermelons?
What is correct?
1. How much water do you drink everyday? - correct
2. How many liters of water do you drink everyday? - correct

1. How much bread do you eat in your breakfast? - correct

2. How many slices of bread do you eat in your breakfast? - correct

Oral exam practice 2 - Plan a party (example: a family meal)

Practice with a similar conversation:
A: What do we need for the family meal?
B: Hmm, let me see... We need some lasagna, we don't have any.
A: But I don't like lasagna. Do we have any hamburger meat?
B: No, we don't have any hamburger meat; but we have some sausages for hot dogs.
A: How many sausages do we have?
B: We have 18 sausages.
A: Oh, perfect. That is enough. Let's prepare hot dogs!
(Some and Any) (How many/How much)
In 15 minutes I evaluate, and memorize it :3

USA culture.
How much cheese do we have?
We have 2 kilograms. - Correct
We have 5 pounds. - Correct

Homework for next saturday (:

1. Investigate in english/spanish this vocabulary:
a) 15 vegetables
Pepper, Carrot, Squash, Cucumber, Lettuce, Onion, Chili, Cabbage, Celery,
Couliflower, Beet, Pickle, Mushroom, Potato, Tomato, Garlic, Corn, Eggplant, Beans,
Spinach, Zucchini, Parsley, Radish, Pumpkin, Broccoli, Turnip.

b) 15 fruits
Apple, Orange, Peach, Strawberry, Mango, Grape, Lemon, Pineapple, Blackberry,
Watermelon, Tangerine, Blueberry, Pear, Banana, Cherry, Lima, Kiwi, Papaya,
Coconut, Passion fruit, Apricot, plum, guava, melon, medlar, almond.

c) 15 uncountable food examples

Meat, Salt, Milk, Rice, Honey, Soup, Pasta, Yoghurt, Water, Cheese, Tea, Fish,
Sugar, Mustard, Cofffee, Cake, Bread, Oil, Salad, Cereal, Beans, Soda, Ice cream,
Chicken, Butter, Grill, Popcorn, Flour, Yeast, Baking powder, condensed milk,
Hot potato activity
10 countable food vocabulary (how many... potatoes, tomatoes..)
- 5 uncountable food vocabulary (how much... water, soda, oil, sugar..)
Instructions: You can't repeat
The final person stading (winner or victor) gets 4 points in the written exam
Countable nouns
lemon. pineapple, garlic, apple. orange, pumpkin, cherry, turnip, banana,tomato,
mango, blackberry, blueberry, watermelon, onion, chicken, melon, strawberry, grape,
cookie, potato, heads of lettuce, fish, medlar, radishes, cupcakes, cucumber,
peach, kiwi, eggs, passion fruit, tangerine, plum, dollars, pizza hamburger, hot
dog, apricot, pears, book, sausage, carrot, patacon, radish,

Uncountable: soda, soup, milk, meat, pasta, yoghurt, oil, salt, juice, rice,
cake, sugar, tea, coffee, maccaroni, broccoli, bread

3 pts for Danibet and Monica

2 pts. for Henry and Alex

Special birthday traditions in different countries:

1. In India, Hindu people celebrate their birthday only until they are 16 years
old. It's a religious celebration and they bring flowers to the temple.
2. In Brazil, people pull on the birthday person's ear once for each year of their
age. The person gives the first piece of birthday cake to his or her favorite
3. In Hungary, a birthday child brings candy to school for everyone in class
4. In France, people celebrate their "name day". It's a religious feast day of the
Saint they were named for.

Unit 10: Health (:

Goal 3. Use of should for advice/recommendation.
For example:
I have a headache. What should I do?
- You should take an aspirin.
- You should lie down
- You should avoid stress.
- You shouldn't listen to loud music.

He has a toothache. What should he do?

- He should go to the dentist
- He should avoid drinking soda
- He shouldn't eat a lot of sugar.

Grammar formula: Subject + "Should" + Remedy vocabulary

For example: He should go to the doctor (correct)
He should goes to the doctor (incorrect)
Note: When we use "Should" we don't change the verb to the 3� person form

Exercises (: Work in pairs!

Imagine that you have a medical condition (a fever, a headache, a backache, a sore
throat, a toothache, flu or cold)
What should your partner do?
Then change roles.

Diliana: I have a fever, what should I do, Gabriela?

Gabriela: You should go to the doctor. You should lie down. You should take a warm
bath. You shouldn't go to work today.
Gabriela: I have a headache, what should I do, Diliana?
Diliana: You should take some aspirin. You should lie down. You should avoid
stress. You shouldn't listen to loud music. You shouldn't party hard today.

Memorize the conversation :3

Homework 1: (on march 4th)

Next week: Oral presentation (: (3 lines - memorized)
Talk about an illness or a disease:
For example: Influenza, cancer, diabetes...

Homework 2: (on march 4th) (:

Write a conversation using the verbs "look or looks" and "feel or feels" in Simple
present tense in the health context.
For example:
A: You don't look very well, Diliana.
B: I don't feel well at all, I think I have nausea.
A: My brother has nausea too, and he looks very white, you don't look so pale yet.
B: Maybe it's a symptom that I'm pregnant.
A: Yes, maybe. Or maybe you look fat (:

Practice the use of should

Oral exam practice next class!
For example:
- I have a fever. What should I do?
a) You should take an aspirin.
b) You should go to the doctor
c) You should drink a lot of water.
d) 15 illnesses/symptoms (next class)
Fever, Flu, Chickenpox, Mumps, Cough, Headache, Stomachache, Rubella, measle,
Cold,Allergy, Vomit, Backpain/Backache, Toothache, Sprained ankle, Broken arm,
Asthma, Hepatitis, Heartache, Cut wound, Bee sting, Sore throat, Diarrhea,
Conjuntivitis, Pneumonia, Leukemia, Earache, Stroke. Heart attack, Cramp,

e) 10 remedies
Tablets, Pills, Destilated Water, Painkiller, Antibiotics, Medicine, Vaccination,
Blood test, x-rays, bandage, alcohol, peroxyde, calcium, cotton, wool, ointment,
antiseptic, hot bath, analgesic, Surgery, Iodine, Bed rest, Ice pack,

Total vocabulary words: 70

I need that you tell me, what did we do last class?

What did we study?

Some / Any

Some - Positive
Example_ I have some milk in the refrigerator
Any - Negative
Example: I don't have any milk in the refrigerator

Some? - request auxiliaries (can / could / would)
Can I have some water, please?
Any? - auxiliaries "do/does" and "be" (am,is,are)
Do you have any (water,juice,milk)?

How much / How many

How much - Singular nouns (uncountable) (mostly used for liquids)
(when we talk in a general sense)
How much water do you want?
How much money do you want? (in $)

How many - Plural nouns (countable)

How many liters of water do you want? (1 L = 1000 mL.)
How many dollars do you want?