Finalmente un Corso di Inglese 100% registrato: con dialoghi, letture, esercizi di pronuncia, traduzioni con rispettiva soluzione, esercizi scritti e vocabolari con le parole nuove usate in ogni Unit.
Gentile Signor Mangano, vorrei complimentarmi con lei per il buon lavoro portato avanti fino ad oggi. Non ho trovato nessuna difficoltà nel capire le regole grammaticali soprattutto perché sono esposte chiaramente e schematicamente. Inoltre non penso che i dialoghi siano troppo lunghi, anzi credo siano efficaci soprattutto per comprendere a fondo l’uso delle “regole” nella lingua parlata (e poi credo che siano molto piacevoli da leggere!).
DIALOGUE: “Teacher and Student”. GRAMMAR: the - a - an - I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they. PRESENT SIMPLE: “to love” “to be”. PLURAL: (book - books) etc. WORD STUDY: hour, honour, honest, heir. PRACTICE: reading - translation - exercises - vocabulary.
DIALOGUE: "Tom and Margaret". GRAMMAR: my, your, his, her, its, our, your, their. PRESENT SIMPLE: “to have”. PLURAL: man - men. WORD STUDY: to like, a young man, a young woman, dress, suit, hair, hairs. PRONUNCIATION. PRACTICE: reading - translation - exercises
DIALOGUE: “On the Beach”. GRAMMAR: Who? What? Which? this, that - these, those. IMPERATIVE. to be - to have. WORD STUDY: good – bad, very – much, little – a little, only, no – not. STRUCTURAL WORDS: but. PRACTICE: reading, translation, exercises, vocabulary
DIALOGUE: “Reading a Magazine”. GERUND. PRESENT CONTINUOUS. WORD STUDY: many – few, to come – to come in, boring – bored, according to, many - few, very, a lot of. PRONUNCIATION. there is – there are, why – because. PRACTICE: reading, translation, exercises...
DIALOGUE: “In a Restaurant”, GRAMMAR: me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them. PLURAL: ch sh s x. WORD STUDY: only - just, hungry - thirsty, cold - hot, hungry - angry. STRUCTURAL WORDS: too - too much - too many, here - there. PRACTICE: readings - translation - exercises...
DIALOGUE: “In the Public Garden”. VERBS “can”. PLURAL (potato – potatoes). WORD STUDY: In the morning (afternoon, etc.), so much - so many, right - wrong, by car (train, etc.). PRONUNCIATION. STRUCTURAL WORDS: then (poi, allora). PRACTICE: reading, translation, exercises
DIALOGUE: “In a Café”. GRAMMAR: some - any. WORD STUDY: all right, sweet - a sweet, only - alone. OPPOSITES. PRONUNCIATION EXERCISES. STRUCTURAL WORDS: on - over, first - then. PRACTICE: readings - translation - exercises - vocabulary
DIALOGUE: “Going Shopping”. ADVERBS: “slowly etc.” PLURAL: “cities etc.” VERBS: “to have got”. WORD STUDY: to teach - teacher, today - tomorrow, to walk - a walk. CARDINAL NUMBERS. PRONUNCIATION. PRACTICE: reading - translation - exercises - vocabulary
DIRECT - INDIRECT SPEECH. PRONOMI PERSONALI COMPLEMENTO. WORD STUDY: to know - Who…? Who - Whose, with - without, while, lying - sitting, I would like, boy / girl cousin, to get, not…either, What about…?, most, along, to look at, to listen to. Reading, Translation.
"A Hot Summer Evening". "Tomorrow We Go to a Museum". "Some Nice Music". WORD STUDY: much - many - a lot of - lots of - very much - very well. PRACTICE: readings - translation - exercises. PRONUNCIATION EXERCISES
DIALOGUE: “In a Night Club”. SAXON GENITIVE. THE TIME. some - any - no, someone - not anyone - no one. -ing form. To have breakfast, lunch etc. Hurry up! STRUCTURAL WORDS: about - away - that. PRACTICE: readings - translation - exercises
DIALOGUE: “A Birthday Party”. Forma Interrogativa e Forma Negativa dei Verbi. “do - does”, ORDINAL NUMBERS. DATES. THE DAYS OF THE WEEK - MONTHS - SEASONS - AGE - BIRTH - ADDRESS. at night - tonight, to know. STRUCTURAL WORDS. readings - translation - exercises
DIALOGUE: “A French Lesson”. DUE NEGAZIONI. VERBAL NOUNS. VERBS: can - must - to be able - to have to. WORD STUDY. STRUCTURAL WORDS: of course - if - from … to, - to (moto a luogo), on - in. PRACTICE: readings - translation - exercises - vocabulary
DIALOGUE: “An Old School Friend”. PAST SIMPLE. FUTURE. WORD STUDY: single - engaged - married - divorced. HOW TO INTRODUCE YOURSELF AND OTHER PEOPLE. STRUCTURAL WORDS: how - still - not yet. PRACTICE: readings - translation - exercises - vocabulary
"An Impossible Love". "Robert and Millie". "Learning a Foreign Language". GRAMMAR. THE ENGLISH ALPHABET. PRACTICE: three readings - exercises - vocabulary
DIALOGUE: “A Quarrel about Caroline”. IMPERATIVE - IMPERATIVE NEGATIVE. WORD STUDY: to let - to allow, to join, ache - to ache, to hurt - to hurt oneself, to get (tired, angry etc.) PRONUNCIATION EXERCISES. STRUCTURAL WORDS. PRACTICE: readings - translation - exercises
DIALOGUE: “Just a Few Presents”. TO HAVE (Do you have?). - ING FORMS. QUESTION TAGS. VERBS: should. WORD STUDY: to hire - to rent, packet - parcel. STRUCTURAL WORDS: few - a few, little - a little, beside - next to. PRACTICE: reading - translation - exercises
DIALOGUE: “Our Future Home”. TEMPORAL CONJUNCTIONS: when - if - as soon as. SHALL - WILL. FREQUENCY ADVERBS: always - usually - often - sometimes - seldom - never. VERBS. WORD STUDY: old - antique, home - house. STRUCTURAL WORDS. translation - exercises - vocabulary
DIALOGUE: “Dressing for the Theatre”. PREPOSITIONS "with -ing form". SHALL. IMPERATIVE. STRUCTURAL WORDS: soon - early, front - back, up - down, till - until, one - ones - Which one?, any, before - after, perhaps. Readings - translation - exercises - vocabulary
DIALOGUE: “As Sweet as Jam”. COMPARATIVES AND SUPERLATIVES. WORD STUDY: to look - to look like, real - really, fun - to have fun, sensitive - sensible, high - tall, hard - hardly. STRUCTURAL WORDS. reading - translation - exercises - vocabulary
In Spagna, Siviglia abbiamo insegnato inglese per molti anni. Abbiamo scritto un corso di inglese per spagnoli. Quando nel 1992 siamo tornati in Italia, abbiamo riscritto il corso per insegnare ad alunni italiani. Questo corso è il frutto di quaranta anni di insegnamento.