WebQuest

Nueva WebQuest: 2020-05-13 07:38:49

Introducción

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Speak English with confidence in any conversation. Practice speaking English with these free lessons and your English speaking skills will improve quickly. Learn the English grammar and vocabulary necessary to speak English fluently like a native speaker. These free lessons will be your guide to understanding the English language better and to speaking English naturally.

https://convoenglish.co/

Area

Lenguaje - Lengua Castellana

Edad

16-17+

Herramientas

  • Sistema Operativo
  • Internet - Información
  • Editor de imágenes (Photoshop
  • etc)
  • Editor de páginas Web

Tarea

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Megan: I’m in big trouble.

Klay: What’s wrong?

Megan: I forgot to prepare a report that my manager asked me to do.

Klay: When is it due?

Megan: First thing tomorrow.

Klay: What are you going to do?

https://convoenglish.co/pull-an-all-nighter-conversation-practice/

Procesos

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Some adjectives have two forms. For example, “bored” and “boring”. These are called participial adjectives.

A participle is a word that can act as a verb or an adjective. In this lesson, we are mainly looking at when these words are used as adjectives.

Past participles end in “-ed” and present participles end in “-ing”

https://convoenglish.co/adjectives-participial-adjectives/

Evaluación

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This kind of question is always used to ask about the future. They have the same meaning as questions with “will”.

  • Will you go? = Are you going to go?
  • Will it rain today? = Is it going to rain today?

If the question begins with a “be verb” (am/is/are), then it is a yes/no question. So, the answer will either be yes or no.

A) Are you going to play soccer today?
B) Yes, I am going to play soccer.

A) Is it going to snow today?
B) No, it isn’t.

Be verb + subject + going + infinitive…?

  • Is she going to visit her family on Christmas?
  • Are you going to come to the party?
  • Is Mark going to tell his girlfriend the truth?
  • Is the company going to fire some employees?
  • Are we going to finish before 9 p.m.?
  • Are they going to break up?

It is also possible to use an adjective, noun, or prepositional phrase after “going to”. We just need to use the verb “to be”.

Be verb + subject + going to be…?

  • Is it going to be cold tomorrow?
  • Are they going to be ready soon?
  • Is he going to be a lawyer?
  • Are Tony and Sally going to be okay?
  • Am I going to be fired?

Use the same pattern for the passive voice.

  • Is the company going to be sold?
  • Are the old computers going to be fixed?
  • Is the dog going to be fed?

Notas

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This kind of question is always used to ask about the future. They have the same meaning as questions with “will”.

  • Will you go? = Are you going to go?
  • Will it rain today? = Is it going to rain today?

If the question begins with a “be verb” (am/is/are), then it is a yes/no question. So, the answer will either be yes or no.

A) Are you going to play soccer today?
B) Yes, I am going to play soccer.

A) Is it going to snow today?
B) No, it isn’t.

Be verb + subject + going + infinitive…?

  • Is she going to visit her family on Christmas?
  • Are you going to come to the party?
  • Is Mark going to tell his girlfriend the truth?
  • Is the company going to fire some employees?
  • Are we going to finish before 9 p.m.?
  • Are they going to break up?

It is also possible to use an adjective, noun, or prepositional phrase after “going to”. We just need to use the verb “to be”.

Be verb + subject + going to be…?

  • Is it going to be cold tomorrow?
  • Are they going to be ready soon?
  • Is he going to be a lawyer?
  • Are Tony and Sally going to be okay?
  • Am I going to be fired?

Use the same pattern for the passive voice.

  • Is the company going to be sold?
  • Are the old computers going to be fixed?
  • Is the dog going to be fed?

Créditos

Autor: Saad

Fecha de publicación : 2020-05-13 07:45:25


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