Unit 1A Where are you from? Elementary Class The Warehouse Madrid Countries Nationalities 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Brazil Australia Argentina The USA Germany Italy Mexico Russia The UK Spain Poland Turkey China Japan France Brazilian Australian Argentinian American German Italian Mexican Russian British Spanish Polish Turkish Chinese Japanese French How are you? (Cómo estás) • Carmen: Hello Teresa. • Teresa: Hi Carmen, how are you? • Carmen: I’m fine thanks, and you? • Teresa: I’m Ok, thanks. • Omar: Hello Wilbert. • Wilbert: Hello Omar, how are you? • Omar: I’m great, thanks, and you? • Wilbert: I’m good, thanks. How are you? How are you? • Significa cómo estás. • Sabemos que SER y ESTAR significan lo mismo en inglés, TO BE. • En inglés, no se suele decir cuando uno no se siente bien. Los anglos solemos mentir y decir que estamos bien si un conocido se nos acerca a preguntar qué tal. El verbo To Be • I am • You are • He is • She is • It is • We are • You are • They are Omar, this is Teresa. Presentaciones en inglés • Megan: Omar, this is Teresa. • Teresa: Nice to meet you Omar. • Omar: Nice to meet you too. This is __________. • _________, this is __________. • __________, this is ________. • Nice to meet you. • Nice to meet you too. Good Morning, what’s your name? • Receptionist: Good morning, what’s your name? • You: It’s _________. • And where are you from? • You: I’m from ___________. • Receptionist: What are your names please? • Omar: My name is ______ and this is Wilbert. • Receptionist: Where are you from? • Omar: We’re from Peru. • Receptionist: Welcome to the Conference. You’re in room C. Where is he from? ¿De dónde es? • Carmen: Where are you from? • Megan: I am from the USA. • Carmen: OK. And where is she from? • Megan: She is from Spain. • Carmen: OK, and where are they from? • Megan: They are from Peru. Where is he/she from? • Where is he from? • Where is she from? • Where are they from? • Where are you from? • Where are we from? • Where am I from? What are their names? Subject Pronouns I You He She It We They Possessive Adjectives My Your His Her Its Our Their What is her name? Her name is Carmen What is her name? Her name is Teresa. What is his name? His name is Wilbert. What is his name? His name is Omar. What is your name? Possessive pronouns • My • Your • His • Her • Its • Our • Their What is my name? • Megan: What is my name? • Carmen: Your name is Megan. • Teresa: What is his name? • Carmen: His name is Wilbert. • Omar: What are your names? • Carmen: Our names are Teresa and Carmen.