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Nivel - Intermedio

Lesson 6 – Old habits with USED TO – Affirmative, Negative, Interrogative, and Answers.

There are 3 different ways to talk about USED TO. To talk about Old habits, habituation process, and new habits.

In this class, we’ll talk about USED TO when referring to old habits, situations that happened at any time in the past but they don’t happen at the present.

 

We’ll learn how to make the different sentences with USED TO, affirmative, negative, interrogative, interronegative, and the possible answers. 

 

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Clases sugeridas que pueden complementar tu aprendizaje:

Estas son las 3 formas para usar USED TO

Estas son las 3 formas para usar USED TO

El Pasado Simple y su auxiliar DID.

El Pasado Simple y su auxiliar DID.


Lesson 7 – How to use USED TO with WH QUESTIONS – What, Where, Who, How, Why, etc.

Wh Questions are frequently used and combined when making questions, that’s why it is important to complement our classes by applying them during the questions.

 

Remember that there are two types of questions, object and subject. The ones we tend to use the most are the Object Questions; however, it is very important to know how to make Subject questions. As a reminder, we saw that class in the basic course and this is the link: LINK DE YOUTUBE DE LA LECCIÓN 56 ACORTADO CON BITLY.

 

In this class, we’ll have 5 different sentences which are the answers to the questions and we’ll create the questions to each one of those answers. There will be a structure as a tool for you to follow that will help you create the questions.

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Clases sugeridas que pueden complementar tu aprendizaje:

Intensificadores:

Leccion 22, Intensificadores

Preposiciones IN – ON – AT

Leccion 60,Preposiciones de tiempo IN – ON – AT

Dif. Preguntas Objeto y Sujeto:

Lección 56-Diferencia entre preguntas Objeto y Sujeto:


Lesson 8 – There used to be in affirmative, negative, interrogative, and answers

There used to be is an expression that implies the usage of “used to” but it has a different meaning which we’ll talk about in this class.

  

There used to be is often used when we want talk about something that existed in the past but is no longer in the present. Adverbs of time that express an indefinite period of time like: long ago, long time ago, in the past, a few years ago, some weeks ago: are often mixed with this form.

 

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Clases sugeridas que pueden complementar tu aprendizaje:

Quantifiers – Cuantificadores

Much - Many - Little - Few - A Lot

Difference between HOW MANY – HOW MUCH:

How Many - How Much


Lesson 9 – Difference between There used to be, There was, and there were.

We tend to use there used to be, there was, and there were indistinctly; but they have some differences that I want you to take into account from now on.

 

There used to be refers to something that existed in the past and it has no place in the present or in the future; however, there was and there were are used to talk about something that existed in the past and there’s still a possibility that could happen in the future. There are some other differences and aspects to take into account to differentiate There used to be, there was, and there were and that’s why I wanted to share this class with you.

 

 

In the basic course, we had a lesson about there was and there were which is a basic topic, but today we’ll mix it with There used to be. I hope you enjoy the class!

 

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Clases sugeridas que pueden complementar tu aprendizaje:

There are - There is

There was - There were



Lesson 10 – Writing exercise by translating from Spanish to English

Let’s make this writing exercise together and let’s test what we’ve learned so far in this intermediate level.

 

Guys, this is going to be a very interesting writing exercise since we’ll combine some of the things and topics seen during this intermediate level, besides that’s going to be a chance for you to review everything but summed up.

  

This writing exercise will have a vocabulary of 18 unknown words that will be given you in order to write the paragraphs according to the sample text in Spanish.

 

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Clases sugeridas que pueden complementar tu aprendizaje:

Conoce las diferencias.

How- As - Like

5 Formas del ING

5 Formas del ING


Diferencias.

Another - Other - Others - The other

Diferencias entre To or For



Prueba 1 - Mide tu nivel de inglés con esta prueba - Nivel intermedio

Prueba 1 Nivel intermedio

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Hello everyone and welcome to the test number 1 of this intermediate level. This test intends to verify your learning and comprehension from the first 10 lessons of the course.