|For/with the phone||On the phone
On the Internet
On the radio
In the newspaper
On the news (TV)
The boy is wearing
|The boy is wearing a …….
I can see some people wearing summer clothers
|Muy o mucho||Very: muy
A lot: mucho
A lot of
I like this chocolate a lot.
I like to eat a lot of chocolate.
I like reading books a lot.
I like to read a lot of books.
|There is vs. there are||Hay: There is a car: singular
Hay: There are many cars: plural
There is a pen in my pocket.
There are 2 pens on my table.
There is a chair in my room.
There are 4 chairs in my room.
There is a book in my bag.
There are 3 books on the table.
|´s for people||Maria’s brother is a doctor.
The brother of Maria is a doctor.
Carmen’s daughter is a teacher.
The daughter of Carmen is a teacher.
|Blonde hair||She has blonde hair: she has hair blonde.
He has short hair. He has hair short
The adjective comes before the noun in English. In Spanish, it is the opposite.
|In on at||In: Inside
In your pocket, in the room, in the bag
On: touching a surface
On the table, on my head, on my face, on the wall,
At: when you are standing by a door, window, counter, bus stop or sitting right next to a table/desk
At the door, at the window, at the bus stop, at the counter
|The next/last week, month, year,||Next/last week, month, year
Periods on the calendar
|We can to go…||We can/could/must go……
We have to/ought to/used to go.
1: Could, must, may, might, would, will, should(without TO)
2: Have to, ought to, used to (with TO)
To TO or not to TO
|Se llama||There is a beautiful park which is called ….
It is called.
|It´s one city very important||It´s a very important city
It´s a very modern city
It´s a very cosmopolitan city
It´s a very beautiful city.
It´s a wonderful city.
I have a car. (categoria)
I have one car. (no tengo 2 or 3)