ENGLISH VI Alejandra & Yasmín

UNIT 1

ADVERB PHRASES

An adverb phrase (or adverbial phrase) is a word group with an adverb as its head. This adverb may be accompanied by modifiers or qualifiers.

An adverb phrase can modify a verb, an adjective, another adverb, or even an entire sentence or main clause. As show below, it can appear in a number of different positions in a sentence.

Types and examples of adverb phrases seen in class
VOCABULARY
NEGATIVE QUESTIONS
Definition and examples of negative questions

Something we learn, was the bartering, in the button you can see an activity using the topics and vocabulary seen in class.

FUTURE PASSIVE
Definition and formulas for the simple future passive
CONDITIONAL CONJUNCTIONS
NEGATIVE PREFIXES
Vocabulary of words that can be used with im-, in- or un-.

UNIT 3

OBJECT COMPLEMENT

An objective complement can be a noun or an adjective which follows the direct object renaming or modifying it. It is used with verbs like make, name, call, choose, elect, and appoint. It is not set off with commas as an appositive is.

Example: I call my dog Badger.

Forms and examples of Objective Complements
Examples
phrasal verbs (vocabulary)
Vocabulary activities
negative structures
Examples
conditionals
Verb collocation
INTERVIEW VIDEOS / ACTIVITY PASSWORD PROTECTED
SENTENCES WITH "EVER"

1. It drives me crazy that, whatever I do, he gets mad

2. I will do whatever I want, and I don't care what you think

1. Whoever doesn't like this, can leave

2. I will find whoever did this, and make them pay!

1. My mom said I can leave home whenever I want

2. Actually I can arrive school whenever I decide

1. She did the homework however she wanted and the teacher didn't said a thing

2. He doesn't like this class, however, he works

1. I love that I can read this book wherever I want

2. She carries that teddy bear wherever she goes

TOPICS FOR PARTIAL 1
WORDS WITH STAND
ZOOM PRACTICE
PROJECT CELEBRITY INTERVIEW

CERTIFICATE OF ACHIEVEMENT

unit 5

informal passives
ACTIVITY 1. 2ND PARTIAL ANIMAL SHELTER

We made an activity using the topics seen in class

PASSIVE MODALS

PRESENT: CAN. SHOULD, OUGHT TO

PAST: COULD- SHOULD- MAY- MIGHT- WOULD

FUTURE: WILL

FUTURE PERFECT PASSIVE

Formula: will + have + been + Past Participle

FUTURE PERFECT PROGRESSIVE
REDUCTION OF TIME CLAUSES

unit 7

VOCABULARY AND GRAMMAR REDUCTION
REDUCE CAUSE-EFFECT ADVERB CLAUSES
INVERSIONS WITH CONDITIONALS
Vocabulary Describing Art / Prefixes
Adjectives + Indirect questions

unit 9

Vocabulary
INVERSIONS WITH NEGATIVES
INVERSIONS
VOcabulary
sunjuntive
UNIT 10 FALSEHOOD VOCABULARY

unit 10

FALSEHOOD VOCABULARY

unit 11

ELLIPSIS AND SUSTITUTION
IDIOMS WITH THE WORD "TAKE"
PARTICIPLE CLAUSES

unit 12

vocabulary
impersonal passive

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