Glosario: Inglés 1

TEMA 1:
SALUDOS, DESPEDIDAS Y PRESENTACIONES

 

Expresiones

Pronombres Personales Sujeto

 

Continentes

Origen

Países

Nacionalidades

Idiomas

Hello, I’m + name (Linda) This is + name (Pedro)

What’s your name? My name is (Maria/Juan). What’s your last name? My last name is Diaz. How do you spell …? It’s …

How old are you? I’m + age (years old) Where are you from?

I’m from + city / country / state  What’s your cell / (tele)phone number?

My cell / (tele)phone number is + number. What’s your address?

My address is… / It’s… What’s your e-mail (address)?

My e-mail (address) is…/ It’s…

What’s your job / occupation? / What do you do? I’m a (an) + occupation

Are you married? / single? Yes, I am. /No, I’m not.

I

you he she it we you they

America Africa Asia Australia Europe Antartica

Australia

Australian

English

Brazil

Brazilian

Portuguese

Canada

Canadian

English/French

China

Chinese

Chinese

e-mail

Chile

Chilean

Spanish

@=at

.com =dot com

=dash

_ = underscore

/= slash

Colombia

Colombian

Spanish

Adjetivos Posesivos

France

French

French

my your his her its our your their

Germany

German

German

Números

Great Britain

British

English

1   one

2   two

3   three…

100 one hundred

Ireland

Irish

English

Italy

Italian

Italian

Japan

Japanese

Japanese

El maestro proporcionará lista de números para escritura y pronunciación.

Korea

Korean

Korean

Mexico

Mexican

Spanish

Spain

Spanish

Spanish

The United States

of America

American

English

Bienvenida

Identificación Personal

Empleos y Ocupaciones

Estudiante Universitario

Good morning / afternoon / evening Hi(!)

Hello(!)

Hallo(!)

How are you? How do you do? How is it going?

I’m fine. / Fine, thank you.

name

first name middle name / second name / last name

full name family name nickname

accountant builder chemist cleaner cook

construction worker

dentist doctor driver employee engineer lawyer lecturer manager mechanic nurse officer

personal assistant police officer porter = doorman sales executive student

teacher tutor unemployed

waiter/waitress worker

Área

Profesión

Accountancy

accountant

Architecture

architect

Biology

biologist

Business Administration

business administrator

(woman / man)

Chemistry

chemist

Estado Civil

Dentistry

dentist

single married engaged divorced

Engineering

engineer

Medicine

doctor

Nursing

nurse

Veterinary

veterinarian

Se sugiere proporcionar a los estudiantes el nombre del programa educativo que se encuentran cursando.

El Alfabeto

Despedida

Títulos

A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M,

N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z.

Good bye Bye

Bye-bye

See you (later/tomorrow/ soon). Good night

Nice to meet you (too). Have a nice day.

Mr. Mrs. Miss Ms.

El maestro proporcionará el material para escritura y pronunciación.

 

Cortesía y Agradecimiento

Artículos

Excuse me… Thank you! You’re welcome!

Welcome!

a an

TEMA 2:
SALÓN DE CLASES

Expresiones

Instrucciones

Objetos

Sustantivos

How do you say…in English?

Come in, please.

Bag

map

article

How do you write…?

Open / close your books.

board

marker

class

Can you repeat (that), please?

Look at page (108) on your…

book

note

classroom

Say it again,please.

Listen to the teacher.

bottle

notebook

college

Again please.

Please repeat.

box

office

competition

Can you lend me…, please?

Work by yourself.

card

page

exam/ test

What’s this / that?

Work with a partner / classmate.

case

painting

game

This is… / That is…

Work in pairs.

CD

paper

information

What are these / those?

Work in groups (of three / four …)

CD player

pen

language

These are… / Those are…

Listen and practice.

(cell)phone

pencil

lecture

I have a question…

Listen to the conversation.

chair

picture

library

I know.

Repeat the conversation.

chalk

piece of paper

mistake

I don’tknow, sorry.

Practice with a partner.

clock

platform

number

I don’t understand.

Start your conversation.

computer

program

partner

I didn’t do homework, sorry.

Read the instructions.

copies

projector

problem

Right!

Choose the correct answer.

desk

quiz

pupil

That’s right.

Check your answers (with a partner).

dictionary

ruler

question

Wrong

Write your name on your (notebook).

door

seat

room

That’s wrong.

Take out a piece of paper.

drawing

slide

school

That’s correct!

Copy from the board.

envelope

table

science

Well done!

Do homework.

eraser

textbook

sentence

 

Stand up, please.

highlighter

video

student

 

Put down your…

laptop

wall

university

 

Learn by heart.

lesson

wastebasket

word

 

Any questions?

 

window

 

 

 

 

workbook

 

TEMA 3:
LOCALIZACIÓN DE LUGARES

 

Expresiones

 

Lugares Públicos

Medios de Transporte

Regiones y Áreas Geográficas

 

Expresiones de Lugar

Excuse me… Where’s the …? Where are the …? Is there a …?

Are there any …?

There is a … / There are… Yes, there is one on …

It’s about … minutes from … How do you go to school / work? on foot

by car/ taxi/ bus

I take a bus / a taxi. I walk to school.

I ride my bike to school. I drive to work.

Thanks a lot! No problem! That’s right. Is it on …?

Yes, that’s right!

airport aquarium bank

bar/ pub bookstore building bus station bus stop café

camp cathedral center church cinema clinic coffee shop country

department store doctor’s office factory

fair field

flat / apartment flower shop gas station garage

garden gym town hall hospital hotel

house / home internet café karaoke bar library market museum office

park parking lot pizza shop playground post office restaurant restroom school shoe store shop

shopping mall store

stadium station stationary subway station supermarket the movies theater

toy store train station

Bus bicycle car plane ship taxi train coach tram

beach forest hill island lake mountain ocean river sea(side)

across from behind between next to

in front of in the center

around the corner from at 68 Ross Street

on Second Avenue on the right

on the left

on the corner (of) opposite

at the bus station in the bus station

Vocabulario Relacionado

Verbos

ambulance credit card driving license fee

gas(oline) /petrol hometown motorway

place road

street

self-service ticket  traffic lights town

one way street two way street village

way

drive ride take walk arrive

TEMA 4:
ACTIVIDADES COTIDIANAS

Expresiones

Expresiones de Tiempo

Adverbios de Frecuencia

Verbos

What do you do/

What does he / she do… in the morning?

in the afternoon? in the evening? at night?

What do you … read?

play?

 

What does he / she… read?

play?

early late

on time all day

 

every…

hour day week month year morning

afternoon evening night

at… night noon midnight

       o’clock the weekend

 

in…

the morning the afternoon the evening

 

on…

the weekend weekends weekdays

always sometimes never often usually

catch the bus clean (the house) do homework

do the housework drive to school drive to work finish school finish work

get dressed / dress get to work

get to school get up

get undress /undress go by bus / car

go home

go out (for dinner) go shopping

go to bed go to school

go to the (SAC)

(Self Access Center) go to the gym

go to the park

go to work

have:

a meal

a salad

have / eat:

breakfast lunch dinner supper

leave home

listen to music listen to the radio

play computer games put on clothes

read a book

read a newspaper start work

start school take a bath take a shower take the bus take a car take a taxi

walk to school wake up

wash

wash one’s face / hands wash the dishes

watch TV

Palabras

Interrogativas

What Where When Who Why How

TEMA 5:
EL CLIMA, LA ROPA Y ACCESORIOS

Expresiones

Ropa

Accesorios

Colores

Verbos

Adjetivos

Preposiciones de lugar

What’s the weather like? What do you wear in…?

What are you wearing today / now?

blouse coat dress skirt jacket jeans

trousers = pants shorts

pajamas shirt

T-shirt

hanky / hankie swimsuit bathing suit suit

sweater sweatshirt raincoat uniform high heels boots shoes sandals sneakers socks stockings tights

towels

belt cap

earrings glasses hat necklace sunglasses wallet watch scarf

black blue brown

gray / grey green orange

red white yellow

dark + color light + color

buy cost match pay sell take wash wear

cheap expensive dirty clean  new

old nice ugly

with without at

it on

Meses del

Año

Días

de la Semana

Estaciones del

Año

Palabras para Describir

el Clima

Palabras para Describir la

Temperatura

January February March April May June July August

September October November December

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday

spring summer autumn / fall winter

flood fog(gy) ice / icy rain(y) snow(y) storm(y) sun(ny) wind(y)

cold hot warm

TEMA 6:
GUSTOS Y PREFERENCIAS

Expresiones

Deportes

Actividades Recreativas y Pasatiempos

Tipos de Música

Medios y Equipo de Entretenimiento

Do you like…?

Don’t you like…?

I like / love … but I don’t like/ love… I really like + noun / object pronoun

I really like + verb + ing … I dislike + verb +ing…

I hate + verb + ing

I prefer + verb + ing It’s amazing.

Wow!

No kidding!

It’s / I’m / He’s free… In my free time I …

Let’s buy some magazines / a newspaper … What’s your favorite sport?

What’s your favorite subject?

What kind of music / movies do youlike? What kind of music / movies do youdislike? When do you …?

baseball

basketball bowling boxing car racing cycling football golf hockey

horse racing jogging

playing ping-pong roller skating running

skating soccer softball surfing swimming tennis volleyball

chatting (online)

collecting comics dancing

doing karaoke drawing

eating in restaurants fishing

gardening going bowling going clubbing

going for a walk going out

going shopping going to the gym

hanging out with friends having coffee with … listening to music playing video games reading

singing staying home sunbathing

surfing the net / web taking photographs traveling / travelling going to the movies going to the theater watching movies

watching TV

classical

country dance electronic hip-hop jazz

latin pop rock salsa

rhythm and blues (R&B) traditional

reggeaton

CD player

computer DVD

iPod

MP3 / MP4

radio television

Tipos

de Películas

action

animated comedies horror

Pronombres

Objeto

Adjetivos

me

you him her it us you

them

amazing

bad boring cool fantastic good great lovely terrible

very pleasant

TEMA 7:
DESCRIPCIÓN DE LA VIVIENDA

Expresiones

Partes de la Casa

Muebles y Objetos

Servicios

Adjetivos

Verbos

Where do you live? Where does he / she live?

Do you live in a house or in an apartment? Does he live in a house or an apartment?

I live in a house / an apartment. He / she lives in…

How many rooms does your…have? It has …rooms.

What’s your favorite room? My favorite room is the… What’s there in your…?

There is a / an + singular noun There are + plural noun

bathroom bedroom dining room door

floor garage garden hall kitchen

living room room

stairs toilet wall window

bath bed

bedclothes box

carpet chair clock computer

cooker / stove machine pictures refrigerator shower

sofa table

telephone towel

electricity / power gas

rent heat(ing) light(ing)

big comfortable favorite modern new

nice old pretty small

beautiful

live have

Animales y el Entorno

Preposiciones

pet cat dog fish bird horse pig

chicken insect grass flower plant tree

vegetable

in on

under

TEMA 8:
RELACIONES INTERPERSONALES Y DESCRIPCIÓN DE PERSONAS

Expresiones

Relaciones Familiares

Relaciones de Trabajo

Do you have a big or a small family?

How many people are there in your family? Do you have any children/ brothers or sisters? How many brothers and sisters do you have? How many children do you have?

Do you have a pet?

Are you married / single? Is he/she married / single? What’s your sister’s name?

My sister’s name is Nora. / It’s Nora. What are your brothers’ names?

My brothers’ names are … and …

brother – sister child

children cousin

father / mother husband / wife kid(s)

parents

son – daughter

grandchild grandchildren granddaughter grandfather grandmother grandparents grandson

classmate colleague coworker friend neighbor teacher teammate

Expresiones

Carácter y Personalidad

Apariencia

Tipo y Estilo de Cabello

Complexión

What are /is … like?

What does he/she looklike? Who’s tall / friendly?

Who’s that? How tall …?

I’m twenty-one…

I’m inmy teens / twenties … He is in his teens / twenties … She is in herteens / twenties … I’m 1.55meters tall.

He/ She is 1.55meters tall. I weigh 70 kilos.

He/ Sheweighs70 kilos.

A woman / man withblue eyes and … She has blue eyesand …

Her eyes are blueand … What do you wear…?

angry brave calm careful clever dynamic

enthusiastic extroverted friendly funny generous happy impatient independent intelligent patient punctual romantic timid spontaneous

beautiful good looking handsome pretty

long short straight curly wavy

gray / grey red

white

athletic

fat (offensive) heavy muscular

slim

Edad

Estatura

Conectores

old young

average height

kind of … / very … short

tall

and but or

Vocabulario Relacionado

beard mustache

TEMA 9:
HABILIDADES
Expresiones Verbos
What can you…?
I can…, but I can’t…
Can you play the piano / soccer?
Can you…?
Yes, I can. / No, I can’t.
cook
dance (salsa)
draw
drive (a car)
fix (a car
play (a sport) soccer
play (an instrument) the guitar
play (the piano)
ride (a bicycle / a motorcycle)
ride (a horse / a camel) (any other suitable animal)
sing
speak (a language)
swim
write

ELABORADO POR
Miembros de la Academia Estatal:

  • Lic. Leticia Ramírez
  • Mtra. Rita Cecilia López Figueroa
  • Mtra. Nohemí Ruiz Bentancourt
  • Mtra. Emily Librado Torres
  • Mtra. Ernestina Isabel López Martínez
  • Dra. Claudia Andrea Durán Montenegro
  • Mtro. David Armando Morales Enríquez
  • Mtro. Miguel Alexander Alarcón Bailleres
  • Dr.Isaí Alí Guevara Bazán
  • Mtra. Martha Edna García Ramírez
  • Lic. Marissa del Carmen Vázquez Patiño
  • Lic.Francisca Gallardo Gómez (Coordinadora Estatal) con la colaboración de Dra. María de los Ángeles Morales Sosa
  • Mtra. Asunción Coutiño Clemente
  • Mtra. Marcela León Torales
  • Mtra. Ma. Graciela Natalia Govella de la Fuente
  • Mtra. Laura Bello Sánchez y Mtra. Janeth Tello Carrillo.

BIBLIOGRAFÍA