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Which do we use when we ask for permission MAY or MIGHT?
Which do we use for ability in the past CAN or COULD?
Which do we use for future WILL or WOULD?

May/Might I open the window?
I CAN/COULD do a cartwheel when I was young.
Tomorrow WILL/WOULD be a fun day!

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When you want to agree with someone (y decir "yo también") you use:
 So+ auxiliary verb+ I

“I am hungry.” --- So AM I.
“I need to study.” --- So DO I.
“I was in New York last summer.” --- So WAS I.
“I stayed in a big hotel.” --- So DID I.
“I´m going to Paris next summer.” --- So AM I.
 "I can ride a bike." --- So CAN I.
 "I could do gymnastics when I was young." --- So COULD I.

In the following sentences write SO+aux verb+I when it is also true for you:
 1. I speak English.
 2. I can run 5 km.
 3. I check my mobile phone many times a day.
 4. I went to a shop today.
 5. I was in bed until 11 yesterday.
 6. I am going to work tomorrow.
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Do our TEST on QUESTIONS!!
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SOME/ ANY
I´ve got SOME friends in France.
Do you have ANY water in your bag?
I don´t want ANY cake.

Remember:
SOME for affirmatives
ANY for questions and negatives

1.       I have ____ books.
2.       I don´t have _______ money with me.
3.       Are there ______ banks around here?
4.       There aren´t ______ Chinese restaurants in this town.
5.       She has had ______ terrible illnesses.
6.       I would like to buy _____ fruit, please.
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FUTURE or FUTURE PERFECT, which is it?
1. By the time we get to the party, all the food will BE/  BEEN gone.
2. When they see my haircut, they´ll GET/ HAVE GOT a shock!
3. Let´s have the party on the 30th, we´ll DO/ HAVE DONE our exams by then.
4. My parents will MEET/ HAVE MET Mr Wilson by the end of the term....
5. Jenny will TELL/ HAVE TOLD us her news when she gets here.

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1. WILL BE 2. THEY´LL GET 3. WE´LL HAVE DONE 4. WILL HAVE MET 5. WILL TELL
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ALREADY/ STILL and YET with Present Perfect:

ALREADY- ya
STILL/ YET- todavía

We put ALREADY between the auxiliary verb and the past participle.
1. I have already done my homework.

We put YET at the END of a NEGATIVE sentence or question.
2.  I haven´t seen that film yet.
3. Have you had lunch yet?

We put STILL before the verb.
4. I still haven´t finished the book.

http://www.curso-ingles.com/aprender/cursos/nivel-avanzado/verb-tenses-present-perfect/already-just-still-yet

NOW YOU....
Have you eaten lunch YET?
Have you listened to music YET today?
Nivel avanzado, Lección: Already/Just/Still/Yet
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Yes, I have already eaten lunch.
or No, I still haven't eaten lunch.

Yes, I have already listened to music today.
or  No, I haven't listened to music yet today.
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SAY to me
TELL me

He said TO me that he liked the city.
She told me that she was very happy.

http://www.curso-ingles.com/aprender/cursos/nivel-avanzado/direct-and-reported-speech/say-vs-tell

Is it SAID or TOLD?
1. He _____ me his name.
2. They _____ that they would like dessert.
3. She _______ us a great story.
4. We ____ thank you for their help.
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+Curso de inglés   Thanks.
We said thank you for their help? 
¿Os dimos las gracias por SU ayuda?
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IT TAKES 10 minutes= tarda 10 minutos
IT TAKES ME 1 hour = tardo una hora
IT TAKES HIM a few minutes = él tarda unos minutos
IT TAKES US a week = tardamos una semana
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Remember that you have to use IT!
PRESENT:
How long does it TAKE you to get to work? (¿Cuánto tardas en llegar al trabajo?)
It TAKES me 25 minutes to get to work.

PAST:
How long DID it take you to read the last book?
It TOOK me 3 weeks.

FUTURE:
How long WILL it take to cook the pasta?
It WILL TAKE 8 minutes.

Now, YOU answer these!
1. How long does it take you to get to work/school?
2. How long did it take you to read the last book?
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What is the meaning of GET in these sentences? (comprar, conseguir, recibir,  empezar a, llegar, perderse …)
1.       Can you GET some milk at the supermarket?
2.       I´m GETTING hungry, let´s make lunch.
3.       Is it difficult TO GET a job in this town?
4.       Did you GET a package in the mail?
5.       It´s GETTING cold, we´d better bring jackets.
6.       Oh no! We´re GETTING lost.
7.       What time did you GET home last night?
 
http://www.curso-ingles.com/aprender/cursos/nivel-avanzado/phrasal-verbs/to-get  
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Fantastic, Carito!
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PART of the HUMAN BODY!
http://curso-ingles.com/recursos/vocabulario/human-body 1.       When you play football you kick the ball with your_____
2.       You wear a hat on your _____
3.       When you get up in the morning you stretch your _____
4.       When you have a cold you blow your _____
5.       You play a piano with your ______
 
Lista de vocabulario en inglés con su traducción al español: Human Body
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