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INGLÉS Unidades 1º Bachillerato

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Love and Marriage
 
Grammar: revision of present simple and continuous, revision of comparative structures. Functions: expressing likes and dislikes, opinions, preferences, describing people. Vocabulary: relationships, weddings, phrasal verb look. Phonetics: cut, cat, cart.
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Autores: Alicia Pérez del Amo y Pedro J. Serrano Ciudad
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Making Changes
 
Grammar: simple past and progressive, present and past perfect, used to. Functions: expressing changes. Vocabulary: cities, history, for, since, just, already, yet, idioms, phrasal verbs. Phonetics: long and short o, schwa.
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Autor: Mª Jesús García San Martín
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The Media: TV or not TV
 
Grammar: going to, future simple, continuous and perfect, present simple and continuous. Functions: expressing future, making predictions and appointments and plans. Vocabulary: the media, people’s addictions, phrasal verb get. Phonetics: long, short i.
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Autor: Mª Jesús García San Martín
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Indians
 
Grammar: revision of adverb clauses: time, cause-effect and opposition. Functions: contrasting facts and opinions. Vocabulary: native American tribes. Phonetics: vowel sounds in put and moon.
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Autor: MªIsabel Rodríguez Martín
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Leisure Time
 
Grammar: passive voice, have something done. Functions: exchanging impersonal orders, describing processes, talking about films. Vocabulary: phrasal verb take, cooking, films. Phonetics: pronunciation of past participles.
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Autor: Asunción López
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How do things work?
 
Grammar: infinitive and –ing form to talk about purpose. The -ing form as subject. The -ing form after most prepositions. Functions: expressing purpose, describing things and devices, describing processes. Vocabulary: tools and devices. Phonetics: -ing.
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Autor: Asunción López
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Mrs Abbot's Computer
 
Grammar: defining and non-defining relative clauses, relative pronouns and adverbs. Functions: shopping, talking about computers. Vocabulary: computers and the Internet. Phrasal verb run. Phonetics: phonemes in she, church and joke.
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Autores: Alicia Pérez del Amo y Pedro J. Serrano Ciudad
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Character and Personality
 
Grammar: relative pronouns. Defining and non defining relative clauses. Functions: talking about personality. Asking and giving opinions. Describing character. Vocabulary: different types of personality. Phonetics: intonation, rhythm and stress.
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Autor: Manuel Angosto Martínez
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Society
 
Grammar: perfect modals. Functions: giving advice, expressing possibility, obligation, absence of obligation and necessity. Expressing regrets about the past. Vocabulary: environment, pollution, traffic, social customs. Phonetics: weak forms.
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Autor: Asunción López
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Imagining
 
Grammar: conditional sentences type I, II and III. Functions: speculating. Vocabulary: phrasal verb come. Vocabulary related to human behaviour, leisure, sports and other activities. Phonetics: contracted forms.
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Autor: Asunción López
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The Bolton Chronicle
 
Grammar: Reported Speech (Statements, questions, commands, requests and suggestions). Introductory verbs. Functions: Reporting what someone has said before. Vocabulary: Journalism. At a newspaper. Phonetics: Intonation.
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Autores: Pedro J. Serrano Ciudad y Alicia Pérez del Amo
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Seaside Holidays
 
Goals: To develop students knowledge in relation with seaside experiences, this includes specific vocabulary, document types and conversational exchanges, it also includes training in the four major skills of listening, reading, writing and speaking, both individual and collective work are practised, and computer based work practices are developed. Grammar and vocabulary: Vocabulary related to seaside experiences, passive and active vocabulary, language functions: narrating, phonemic transcription of new vocabulary, prosodic aspects of English speech: stress, rhythm and intonation, cultural background related to a popular British habit.
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Autor: Miguel Á. Murcia Fernández
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