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1. ALPHABET

1.1. Learning the ABC is very important because it develops the basis for understanding the language being learned in order to become a literate person. (In my case English)

1.1.1. 1. Act 2. Buy 3. Clean 4. Drive 5. Eat 6. Fly 7. Go 8. Honor 9. Investigate 10. Jump 11. Kiss 12. Live 13. Memorize 14. Need 15. Operate 16. Please 17. Question 18. Rob 19. See 20. Take 21. Understand 22. Vote 23. Walk 24. Xerox 25. Yell 26. Zoom

2. NUMBERS

2.1. It is important to know the correct Spelling and pronunciation of numbers in English since they are used for almost everything in our lives. For example, numbers are used for prices, time, addresses, and even for television channels.

3. TIME

3.1. Time is so valuable; therefore it's so important to learn how to say it.

3.1.1. Phrases to say time

3.1.1.1. It's _____o'clock

3.1.1.2. It's half past ____

3.1.1.3. It's a quarter past ___

3.1.1.4. It's a quarter to ___

4. POSSESSIVES

4.1. POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES-They are used to show who owns or possesses something and are always accompanied by a noun.

4.1.1. My car, your car, his car, her car, their car, our car, its car.

4.2. POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS- They are used to refer to a specif person or things belonging to a person. It replaces the noun and stand alone.

4.2.1. The car is mine/yours/his/hers/theirs/ours/its

5. DESCRIPTIONS -USE OF ADJECTIVES

5.1. An adjective is used to describe or qualify a noun

5.1.1. Description of a mythological character: El Cadejo negro looks like a BIG BLACK dog with RED eyes.

6. Verb "BE"

6.1. Verbs are "the action" in a sentence, and the verb BE is one of the most important verbs in English.

6.1.1. Forms of BE

6.1.1.1. POSITIVE

6.1.1.1.1. I am You/We/They are He/She is

6.1.1.2. NEGATIVE

6.1.1.2.1. I am not You/We/They are not He/She is not

6.1.1.3. INTERROGATIVE

6.1.1.3.1. Am I __? Are you/they/we __? Is he/she__?

7. PRESENT CONTINUOUS

7.1. It is used to talk about actions in progress.

7.1.1. Forms of the Present Continuous

7.1.1.1. POSITIVE

7.1.1.1.1. Subject+BE+verb(ing) I am reading

7.1.1.2. NEGATIVE

7.1.1.2.1. Subject+BE+NOT+verb(ing) You are not studying.

7.1.1.3. INTERROGATIVE

7.1.1.3.1. BE+subject+verb(ing)+complement+? Is she eating pizza?

8. PREPOSITIONS AT, IN, ON

8.1. AT

8.1.1. It's used for specific times, e.g. at 6:30 a.m. It's also used with the part of the day "NIGHT".

8.2. IN

8.2.1. It's used for months, years, seasons, length of time, and centuries, e.g. in December, in 1989, in winter, in the 20th century. It's also used for specific parts of the day: in the morning/afternoon/evening. (EXCEPTION: AT NIGHT)

8.3. ON

8.3.1. It's used for days of the week, specific days, and dates, e.g. on Monday, on the 27th, on Christmas day. It's also used with day+part of the day, for example: on Friday night.

9. WH QUESTIONS

9.1. WHAT is used to ask for information about something or to confirm an information.

9.1.1. What is your name?

9.2. WHEN is used to ask for time or dates.

9.2.1. When is your birthday?

9.3. WHERE is used to ask for the location of a person, object, or animal.

9.3.1. Where is your brother?

9.4. WHICH is used to give options in order to know which one is the favorite one.

9.4.1. Whic is your favorite country, Brazil or Argentina?

9.5. WHO is used to refer to a person.

9.6. WHY is used to ask for the reason of something.

9.7. HOW is used to ask for the condition or quality of something.

10. NATIONALITIES

11. NATIONALITIES

11.1. LANGUAGE is the form of communication used in a particular region or country.

11.1.1. English, Spanish, French, etc.

11.2. COUNTRY is a territory distinguished by its people, language, and culture.

11.2.1. The United States, El Salvador, France, etc.

11.3. CAPITAL is the principal city in a country.

11.3.1. Washington, San Salvador, Paris, etc.

11.4. NATIONALITY is the fact of being citizen of a specific country.

11.4.1. American, Salvadorean, French, etc.

12. CLOTHES

12.1. There are many types of clothes. They are worn according to the occasion, day, etc.

12.1.1. Men's Clothes suit(s) shirt(s) tie(s) suit(s) shirt(s) tie(s)

12.1.2. Women's Clothes dress(es) blouse(s) skirt(s) tanktop(s)

12.1.3. Uni-Sex coat(s) jacket(s) T-shirt(s) coat(s) jacket(s) t-shirt(s) trousers jeans shorts trouser(s) jean(s) short(s) pullover(s)/sweater(s)/jumper(s) cardigan(s) sweatshirt(s) jumper(s) pullover(s) cardigan(s) sweatshirt(s) with a hood = hoodie(s) gloves mittens

12.1.4. Baby Clothes romper suit(s) nappy (nappies)

12.1.5. Holiday/Leisure Clothes swimming trunks bikini(s) swimming costume(s) swimming trunk(s) bikini(s) swimsuit(s) swimming costume(s) bathing costume(s)

12.1.6. See more at: http://www.learnenglish.de/vocabulary/clothes.html#sthash.ZrGniovv.dpuf

13. FAMILY MEMBERS

13.1. My Family

13.1.1. Francisco De La O (FATHER)

13.1.1.1. Rosario Hernandez (MOTHER)

13.1.1.1.1. Cristina De La O (SISTER)

13.1.1.1.2. William De La O (BROTHER)

13.1.1.1.3. Victor De La O (ME)

14. PERSONAL PRONOUNS

14.1. Personal pronouns in English are important to learn in order to refer to the right person correctly.

14.1.1. I

14.1.2. You

14.1.3. He

14.1.4. She

14.1.5. It

14.1.6. We

14.1.7. They

15. FURNITURE AND APPLICANCES

15.1. What brand is your laptop?

15.1.1. I do not have lots of furniture and appliances in my house, but each time I go to buy a new one, I always choose the most renowned brands. I have a Black & Decker microwave. I own a LG washing machine. I have a Cetron fridge, and my stove is Cetron, too. My iron is Oster brand. When buying a bed, I always choose the Capri brand, so my bed is Capri. I have a Compaq computer, a Sony TV, and a LG DVD. That's pretty much what I have in my house. My favorite brands are Sony, LG, Black & Decker, Samsung, Oster, Capri, and Oster because I consider them durable and of good quality.

16. JOBS

16.1. What do you do? is the question that people ask when they want to know about others' jobs.

16.1.1. EXAMPLES: accountant, actor, bricklayer, bus driver, butcher, etc.

17. CUSTOMS AND TRADITIONS

17.1. A tradition is the passing down of elements of a culture, from generation to generation, especially by oral communication.

17.1.1. EXAMPLES: Easter, Mother's Day, Independence Day, etc.

17.2. A custom is a practice followed by people of a particular region or group.

17.2.1. EXAMPLES: Eat pupusas, the use of "vos" with closed friends and family, etc.