Itinerario de actividades
en el campo y en la ciudad
Welcome to class No. 6.
This time we will review the following topics:
- Itinerario de actividades en el campo y en la ciudad
- Preposiciones de lugar
- Verbos compuestos
- Verbos relacionados al uso del tiempo
As you can see the topic is mainly related to places, countryside and the city, propositions are useful to connect ideas related to any place.
Let’s then start with the lesson.
Desarrollo del tema
Itinerario de actividades en el campo y en la ciudad
- How are city people and country people different?
- What are the biggest problems with living in cities?
- What are the advantages of cities and what are the ones of the countryside?
Imagen 1. Country life vs City life.
To answer many similar questions, we need vocabulary for the city and the countryside.
Ciudad / City: gym, garden, bank, drugstore/ pharmacy, post office, newsstand, hotel, clothing store, shoe store, cinema/ movie theater, building, main square, bus station, gas station, bar, night club, sport center, town hall, block(s), street, alley, highway, tunnel, rotary/ roundabout, bridge, traffic light, street sign, billboard.
This vocabulary is on the video City:
El campo / Countryside: hostel, inn, bed and breakfast, tent, campsite, mountain, mountainside, hill, hillside, field, farm.
itinerary / schedule.
In the next video you can review some of Countryside vocabulary:
What is better City life vs country?
Let’s check then the next video:
There are advantages and disadvantages of both city life and country life. Living in the city will be completely different to living in the country and vice versa. You will experience both benefits and downsides in either one.
What do you like better? The city of the countryside?
Preposiciones de lugar
In the simplest terms, a preposition is a word that can link verbs, nouns, and pronouns together. The next video explains prepositions:
Another explanation of prepositions:
A preposition of place is a word used to refer to the location of something or someone. The following are a few:
Preposiciones / Prepositions: in front of, behind, in the middle of, between, above, below, across from, to the left / to the right, inside of, in / on the corner (of), on, under, next to.
Prepositions of place:
Prepositions of place:
Phrasal verbs are phrases that indicate actions. They are generally used in spoken English and informal texts. Phrasal verbs consist of a verb and a preposition or an adverb:
Verbos compuestos / phrasal verbs: go down, go up, take- turn right / left, walk, drive, go straight ahead, go forward, go back, go by, get off, get on, stop at.
Phrasal verbs with go:
Phrasal verbs for everyday:
Verbos relacionados al uso del tiempo
Verbos de tiempo / time related verbs: spend time, invest time, save time, waste time + verb(ing)
Check the following short film:
Does the person spend time, invest time, save time or waste time?
Do you know the compass points?
Puntos cardinales / Compass points: north, south, east, west.
Imagen 2. Puntos cardinales
All of the topics we studied during this lesson are important to express and give directions to get from one point to another.
Are you ready to give directions? Check the following:
For more practice check the Dialog giving directions:
Are you able to give somebody directions to get from the bus terminal of your community to your house?
Remember that a preposition is a word that shows the relationship between a word in the sentence and the word that is the object of the preposition. Prepositions can never be alone, so it makes sense to learn about prepositions in their phrases.
Also, a phrasal verb is a combination of two or three words including a base verb. The whole phrase acts as a verb that is different from the base verb used.
How did you do during this lesson?
Don’t forget to practice and do your consignas to have evidence of your newly acquired skills.
See you next lesson!
Fuentes de información
- A Complete Guide to Prepositions (with Preposition Examples). Recuperado de https://7esl.com/prepositions/
- Phrasal Verbs. Recuperado de https://www.myenglishpages.com/english/grammar-lesson-phrasal-verbs.php