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I = Interviewer

J = Janet
I: So, Janet, tell us about your holidays.
J: OK. Well, every year I take a week's holiday in Spain I stay in a beautiful villa, I have three
meals a day, I have a lovely room, and I meet a lot of new people.
I: That sounds nice but very expensive!
J: No, it's free it costs me nothing.
I: Why's that?
J: Well, it's called Pueblo Ingls, or English village, and it's a place where Spanish people go to
practise their English. So the Spanish people are the students, and they pay, but the English speakers
pay nothing we just speak English all day with the students.
I: Really? How many people are usually there? And where are they all from?
J: There are usually about twenty English speakers from Canada, the USA, England, Australia and Ireland,
and twenty Spanish people from all over Spain.
I: Are they all in their twenties, like you?
J: Well, there are a lot of different ages, from early twenties to about sixty.
I: And what do you do on a typical day?
J: We have breakfast and then we do things together in pairs an English speaker and a Spanish speaker.
After fifty minutes, we have a ten-minute break and then we go with a different person. We do different
activities and we speak English all day. In the evening we have a big meal together. There's only one
rule. No Spanish! It's great fun I love it!
I: It sounds great. Thanks, Janet. If you want to find out more about Pueblo Ingls, there's information
on our website at
R = Receptionist

G = Guest

R: Can I help you?


G: Hello. My ... er ... wallet. I ... er ...
R: Oh, you've lost your wallet? Where did you have it last?
G: I'm sorry, I don't understand. Er in the restaurant I er
R: No problem. Let me see. What colour is it?
G: Colour? It's er ... brown.
R: And how much money is there in the wallet?
G: Sorry. Could you speak more slowly, please?
R: Erm how much money is in the wallet?
G: Oh, a hundred dollars and er my credit card.
R: OK, let me look. Is this yours?
G: No. No. My wallet's a different brown. Oh, that's mine yes ... in the box.
R: OK, sir. Just a moment. I want to be sure that it's your wallet.
G: Of course it's my wallet!
R: Can you tell me anything that's in the wallet?
G: Sorry, could you repeat that?
R: What else is in the wallet?
G: Oh, er a photo of my wife.
R: OK
G: and some money and a credit card.
R: OK. This is yours.
G: Thank you!
R: Sorry, just a moment. I need to write some details for our records. Your name is ?
G: Moretti, Vincenzo Moretti.
R: That's M-o-double r?
G: No, one r and double t.
R: M-o-r-e-t-t-i and your room number, Mr Moretti?
G: 368.
R: Have you got a mobile phone number?
G: Yes, it's 03837 4025.
R: 4125.
G: No, 4025.
R: OK, thank you. Please sign here.
G: All right ... Oh, what's the date?
R: Today's the ninth of April.
G: Ninth April 2011. OK, thank you very much!
R: Mr. Moretti?
G: Yes?
R: Is this your keycard?
G: Oh, oh yes! Thank you!

Formas simples
Indicati
ve
Present
I can
you can
he/she/it cans
we can
you can
they can

Infinitiv
e
Preterite
I canned
you canned
he/she/it canned
we canned
you canned
they canned

to can

Imperati
ve
can
let's can
can

Participl
e
Present
canning

Past
canned

In English, the conjugated forms are the same for the


following persons: you, we and they.
Formas compuestas
Formas simples
In English, the conjugated forms are the same for the
following persons: you, we and they.

Past
participle
having canned
Indicati
ve
Present continuous
I am canning
you are canning
he/she/it is canning
we are canning
you are canning
they are canning

Present perfect
I have canned
you have canned
he/she/it has canned
we have canned
you have canned
they have canned

Future
I will can
you will can
he/she/it will can
we will can
you will can
they will can

Future perfect
I will have canned
you will have canned
he/she/it will have canned
we will have canned
you will have canned
they will have canned

Past continuous
I was canning
you were canning
he/she/it was canning
we were canning
you were canning
they were canning

Past perfect
I had canned
you had canned
he/she/it had canned
we had canned
you had canned
they had canned

Future continuous
I will be canning
you will be canning
he/she/it will be canning
we will be canning
you will be canning
they will be canning

Present perfect continuous


I have been canning
you have been canning
he/she/it has been canning
we have been canning
you have been canning
they have been canning

Past perfect continuous


Future perfect continuous
I had been canning
I will have been canning
you had been canning
you will have been canning
he/she/it had been canning he/she/it will have been canning
we had been canning
we will have been canning
you had been canning
you will have been canning
they had been canning
they will have been canning

Los verbos modales en ingls no se conjugan como los


dems.
-Can/Could: Poder,saber
-May/might: Poder
- Must: Deber
- Shall/should: Deber
- Will/would: Querer
- Ought to :Deber
- Need: Tener que
- Use to :Soler,acostumbar
1-Forman el negativo aadiendo not, y no necesitan el
auxiliar "Do":
I must not go -No debo ir
You can not read that -No puedes leer eso
2-Forman la interrogativa invirtiendo el orden del sujeto
y el verbo:
Must I go?- Debo ir?
Can you read that?- Puedes leer eso?
Need you not do this? -Necesitas hacer esto?
3-Admiten la contraccin
I mustn't go - No debo ir
You needn't do this - No necesitas hacer esto
4-Sirven para las respuestas cortas.
Can you read that? - Yes, I can /Puedes leer eso? Si
5-No tienen infinitivo por lo que no se les pone to
delante.
Can- Nunca "to can"
6-No llevan la "S" en la tercera persona singular
He can - Nunca"He cans"
7-Van seguidos de infinitivo sin to, A excepcin de
Ought to y used to.
He can eat - Nunca"He can to eat"
CAN/COULD
Tiene el significado de poder,saber
Presente- Can
Pasado- could
1-Poder
I can do that for you - Puedo hacer eso por ti
2-Saber (Slo en el sentido de tener habilidad)
I can speak French - Se hablar Francs
Can he swim? - Sabe nadar?

3-Peticiones
Can you help me? - Me ayudas?
Can you clean your room? - Puedes limpiar tu
habitacin?
Could tiene los mismos usos de can,pero en el
pasado.Adems expresa los siguiente.
-Posibilidad: Could she help me with my homework?Me puede ella ayudar con mis deberes?
-Cortesa:Could you open the door, dear?- Podras
abrir la puerta, querida?
MAY/MIGHT
-Expresan posibilidad o deseo ,permiso o sirven para
hablar con cortesa
Presente: May
Pasado: Might
Posibilidad
I may go to England - A lo mejor voy a Inglaterra
Cortesa:
May I come in? - Puedo pasar ?
MUST
Must se usa para expresar una regla, una orden,una
necesidad,o un consejo.
Regla
You must write with pen - Debes escribir con boligrafo
Orden
You must do your homework - Debes hacer tus deberes
Una necesidad
He must take a pill after eating - Debe tomarse la
pastilla despus de comer.
Un consejo
You must read this book.It's fantastic - Debes leer este
libro es fantstico
SHOULD
Se usa para dar consejos y recomendaciones.
Recomendaciones
You should take your medicine - Deberas tomarte tu
medicina
USE TO
Se traduce al espaol como sola
Pasado: Used to