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Clases privadas

Las clases privadas proporcionan al alumno un curso personalizado y a medida según las necesidades de su profesión, negocio o sector industrial.
€15-18 euros la hora (dependiendo del nivel y frecuencia)

Las clases privadas proporcionan al alumno un curso personalizado y a medida según las necesidades de su profesión, negocio o sector industrial, con o sin el objetivo de un certificado. Los precios de las clases privadas son de 15 a 18 euros la hora, dependiendo del nivel y frecuencia. En las clases de inglés, el profesor le da al alumno (mail o impreso) un informe de sus errores, vocabulario nuevo (y su pronunciación) y frases corregidas.

Informe - Un ejemplo del contenido cubierto durante la clase.

INFORME DE UN ALUMNO DESPUÉS DE SU CLASE

There is... // There are...
There is a boy OUTSIDE.
There are three students in the classroom.
There is ice cream AT HOME.
There are many people in the SQUARE.
Is there any problem?
Are there GREEN APPLES?
Is there ANYBODY INSIDE?
Are there many CUSTOMERS in the store now?
There isn’t time. // There is no time.
There aren’t BUSSES at 3:00 a.m.

REVIEW: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple, Past Continuous.

POSSESIVE: My / Your / His / Her / Our / Your / Their
My mother WORKS today.
Cute:/KYUT/
My cat IS hungry.
Their DAUGHTER is my friend.
Our teacher is ANGRY:/ENG-rih/

POSSESSIVES: “-s”
Kiko’s shoes are green.
Ana’s two sons are handsome.
Ana and Paco’s bar is NICE.
John’s grandfather LIVES in California.
Kiko’s friend’s dog is DANGEROUS.
Robert’s friend’s MOTORCYCLE is EXPENSIVE.
Luis’ friend’s son is Spanish.

QUICK TRANSLATION
Why are you here?
Where are you going?
Who is he?
When are they coming?
Who are you?
How is she?
What is this?
How much is the bag?
How tall is Bill?
How long is the bridge?
What do you want?
When do you go to English class?
Where do they live?
How do you go to Getafe?
What does she watch ON t.v?
Why do you work EVERY DAY?
Why does he need a new phone?

CONVERSATION
What are you doing after class?
I’M going to Sol TO buy shoes for MYSELF.
Myself, Yourself, Himself, Herself, Ourselves, Yourself, Themselves
Are you going by yourself?
Have you eaten lunch?
What days do you have english class in school?
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