This blog has been designed to provide information about the activities held at the social studies bilingual sections in CPI Tino Grandío (Guntín,Spain). The English language and Social Studies teachers have elaborated most of the resources you can see but our "auxiliares de conversa" also have their own page and posts. Therefore everyone is invited to have a look .

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Present simple tense



PRESENT SIMPLE
form
  • affirmative: subject + infinitive (+3rd p –(e)s)
  • negative: subject + don’t/doesn’t + infinitive
  • question: do/does + subject + infinitive
Remember that we only add the –(e)s in the 3rd person affirmative form and that be is an exception: am / is / are

use
  • facts and permanent states.
  • habits and routines
  • 1st type conditional sentences
  • stative verbs that are not used in the pres. cont. (see, hear, believe, want, know, understand, think, like, love...)
Key words: how often / always / sometimes / often / never / usually / every day / once a week / twice a month... / if (in conditional sentences)

examples

  • Snow melts at 0ºC.
  • Harry lives in Liverpool.
  • My dog plays football with us.
  • Daniel washes his jacket every week.
  • Wdon’t like football.
  • She doesn’t understand baseball.
  • Do you enjoy dining out?
  • Does Rafael Nadal train in the morning?
  • If you drink too much you’ll have to go to the toilet.




Thursday, October 10, 2019

Present simple tense




    PRESENT SIMPLE
    form
    • affirmative: subject + infinitive (+3rd p –(e)s)
    • negative: subject + don’t/doesn’t + infinitive
    • question: do/does + subject + infinitive
    Remember that we only add the –(e)s in the 3rd person affirmative form and that be is an exception: am / is / are

    use
    • facts and permanent states.
    • habits and routines
    • 1st type conditional sentences
    • stative verbs that are not used in the pres. cont. (see, hear, believe, want, know, understand, think, like, love...)
    Key words: how often / always / sometimes / often / never / usually / every day / once a week / twice a month... / if (in conditional sentences)

    examples

    • Snow melts at 0ºC.
    • Harry lives in Liverpool.
    • My dog plays football with us.
    • Daniel washes his jacket every week.
    • Wdon’t like football.
    • She doesn’t understand baseball.
    • Do you enjoy dining out?
    • Does Rafael Nadal train in the morning?
    • If you drink too much you’ll have to go to the toilet.




    Wednesday, October 9, 2019

    eTwinning project

    This is our new eTwinning project: Happy Days for Boys and Girls.

    The first task is the introduction. Choose your own slide and write down an introduction so that the other members in the project can get to know you.

    So, there you go. INTRODUCE YOURSELF.

    And then, add item and copy and paste your introduction at the Twinspace.