miércoles, 28 de enero de 2015

  • 1. www.IngenieroGeek.com Yes en Inglés iGeek @Geekeniero 1.12 - Futuro simple en inglés uso de auxiliar "will" y forma "Going to" /MrCarranza ESL Inglés Medio
  • USOS DE WILL
    • Para expresar una predicción propia / personal del futuro, es decir, una opinión a algo que creemos que sucederá. 
    • Para ofrecer a hacer algunas cosas o para prometer.   
    •  EJEMPLOS CON WILL
    •   1.- She will be an excellent doctor. (Ella será una excelente doctora)                           2.- I'll help you with your homework. (Te ayudaré con tu tarea) 3.- We'll go on vacation this summer, I promise. (Iremos de vacaciones este verano, lo prometo) 4.- Jack will get good grades, he studied a lot. (Jack conseguirá buenas calificaciones, él estudió mucho) 5.- This book will not be useful for us. (Este libro no será útil para nosotros) 6.- Ana and Leonard won't come to the party. (Ana y Leonardo no vendrán a la fiesta)  
  • . USOS DEL GOING TO
    •  Para expresar el tiempo futuro La forma "Going to + verb" esta designada para expresar la intención de hacer algo, ya sean planes o decisiones en el corto / largo plazo. T
    • También es aplicable utilizar "Going to + verb" para hacer predicciones del futuro pero basándose en cierta evidencia
    •  EJEMPLOS - Are you going to take the bus after class? (¿Vas a tomar el autobús después de clases?) - Yes, I am. - Is he going visit his family this month? (¿Va el a visitar su familia este mes?) No, he isn't. Caso 1 - What are we going to do on Valentine's day? (¿Que vamos a hacer en el día de San Valentín?) - We are going to have a nice dinner. (Vamos a tener una agradable cena. Caso 2 - Where is Peter going to travel next year? (¿A dónde va a viajar Pedro el año siguiente?) - He is going to travel to China. (Él va a viajar a China) 

martes, 20 de enero de 2015

PRACTICA VOCABULARIO Y GRAMÁTICA INGLESA: EJERCICIOS Y SOLUCIONES

Para practicar cualquier punto gramatical - condicionales, relativos, pronombres indefinidos, verbos o phrasal verbs- pincha en el siguiente ENLACE

miércoles, 7 de enero de 2015

RECYCLING PLASTIC


The recycle bin is often the last stop for empty containers. But it also can mark the beginning of a long trip. 
YEHENEW GEDSHEW: "As long as people keep throwing their trash, we've got a job." 
Yehenew Gedshew directs a recycling center near Washington, DC. 
YEHENEW GEDSHEW: "We do about 35 tons of material an hour." How does the center process so much waste? 
YEHENEW GEDSHEW: "First what happens is the dump trucks bring the materials to our site; and they dump it on the tipping floor. It goes to the first screen where the cardboard and the rest of material is sorted out."  
The glass is crushed. Objects made of plastic are sorted and flattened. YEHENEW GEDSHEW: "This is a very sophisticated sorting machine. And that belt brings it down to the bunker, and the plastic goes to the bunker, from the bunker we put it to the baler, and it gets baled and it gets shipped out." 
This recycling center separates all kinds of plastic, papers and glass. 
YEHENEW GEDSHEW: "Since they don't have to sort out their recycles any more, it has made their lives very easy. They throw everything in a ball and then we sort everything out here."
Most of the plastics are taken to a processing center in North Carolina. It is there that old bottles become mountains of plastic -- ready to melt and make into something new. We will take you to the North Carolina recycling center in another report.

 
This is one of the largest plastic recycling plants in the United States. It is in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Jay Chilton is head of the plant. 
JAY CHILTON: "On an average week, we receive anywhere from one to 1.5 million pounds (454,000 to 680,000 kg) of bottles in to the plant."
JAY CHILTON: "We receive eight to ten trucks a day coming into the plant, and a truckload's roughly 40,000 pounds." That is more than 18,000 kilograms of plastic every day.
 JAY CHILTON: "These bales on average are about 900 pounds (400 kg). They can range anywhere from 600 pounds (270 kg) to 1500 pounds (680 kg) in this configuration. This is accumulation of roughly 10 to15 weeks of deliveries." 
 Nearly three football fields of plastic sit just a short ride from the processing center. 
JAY CHILTON: "This is where the whole bottles enter the whole bottle wash -- it's just like your front-end load washing machine at your house. It's just a lot longer, and a lot bigger." Then, the plastic is broken into what the recycling industry calls "flakes." "It's kind of like your flour sifter at home when you're sifting out the big chunks of flour." 
 Large storage areas hold the flakes before they are sent to another center, which will make them into something new. We will show you that next step in our final report on recycling. I'm Mario Ritter.

This is Peninsula Packaging -- a recycling business in the city of Wilson, North Carolina. Mark Rath works for the company. 
MARK RATH: "This is how it comes to us and then we reprocess it into another product." It is here that pieces of plastic become new products. MARK RATH: "Become a plastic sheet, and eventually a thermoform product." Peninsula Packaging melts and flattens plastic so that it can be shaped. 
MARK RATH: "We take the clear chips like this, and it goes into an oven, and it cooks for about three to four hours." Now, it can be molded. MARK RATH: "In order to do that you need to squeeze it out into a wide, long sheet." The plastic is then wrapped, rolled and sent to what is called a "thermoform station." 
MARK RATH: "Well, we unwind the plastic into a very long oven where we heat it -- again -- and then we'll form it in a forming station. We'll follow it through and see what happens to it." 
MARK RATH: "That'll end up being a fresh-cut-salad base. Not sure where it goes, but it'll end up some place with celery and carrots and tomatoes." In just a few days, a plastic bottle purchased in Washington, DC has become a salad container in North Carolina. I'm Mario Ritter.

RECYCLING WEBQUEST

Have fun and learn a lot with this recycling webquest


SELECTIVIDAD: VOCABULARIO - MEDIOAMBIENTE (ENVIRONMENT

 

ENVIRONMENT
acid rain lluvia ácida
carbon dioxide dióxido de carbono
chemicals sustancias químicas
climate change cambio climático
conservation conservación
contaminant contaminante
contamination contaminación
deforestation deforestación
eco-friendly que no daña el medio ambiente
ecological ecológico
ecologist ecologista
ecosystem ecosistema
effluent aguas residuales
endangered species especies en peligro de extinción
environment medio ambiente
environmental medioambiental
environmentalist ecologista
environmentally friendly que no daña el medio ambiente
extinction extinción
garbage disposal (US) eliminación de residuos
garbage separation (US) separación de residuos
global warming calentamiento global
greenhouse effect efecto invernadero
noise pollution contaminación acústica
nuclear radiation radiación nuclear
organic orgánico
ozone ozono
ozone-friendly que no daña la capa de ozono
ozone layer capa de ozono
pollution polución, contaminación
radioactive substance sustancia radiactiva
radioactive waste residuos radiactivos
radioactivity radiactividad
recyclable reciclable
recycled reciclado
recycling reciclaje
reforestation repoblación forestal
sewage aguas residuales
sewage farm (GB) estación depuradora
sewage plant (US) estación depuradora
sewage works (GB) estación depuradora
smog smog
solar energy energía solar
sulphur dioxide (GB) dióxido de azufre
sulfur dioxide (US) dióxido de azufre
toxic waste residuos tóxicos
waste separation (GB) separación de residuos
waste disposal (GB) eliminación de residuos
wind power energía eólica
to become extinct extinguirse
to conserve conservar
to contaminate contaminar
to die out extinguirse
to poison envenenar
to pollute contaminar
to recycle reciclar

WHAT HAVE WE DONE TO THE WORLD, MY FRIEND?

Click here and you will find some interesting resource materials for the environmental issue.


acid rain - lluvia ácida
carbon dioxide - dióxido de carbono
chemicals - sustancias químicas
climate change - cambio climático
conservation - conservación
contaminant - contaminante
contamination - contaminación
deforestation - deforestación
eco-friendly - que no daña el medio ambiente
ecological - ecológico
ecologist - ecologista
ecosystem - ecosistema
effluent - aguas residuales
endangered species - especies en peligro de extinción
environment - medio ambiente
environmental - medioambiental
environmentalist - ecologista
environmentally friendly - que no daña el medio ambiente
extinction - extinción
global warming - calentamiento global
greenhouse effect - efecto invernadero
noise pollution - contaminación acústica
nuclear radiation - radiación nuclear
organic - orgánico
ozoneNegrita - ozono
ozone-friendly - que no daña la capa de ozono
ozone layer - capa de ozono
pollution - contaminación
radioactive substance - sustancia radiactiva
radioactive waste - residuos radiactivos
radioactivity - radiactividad
recyclable - reciclable
recycled - reciclado
recycling - reciclaje
reforestation - repoblación forestal
sewage - aguas residuales
sewage farm - estación depuradora
smog - smog
solar energy - energía solar
sulphur dioxide - dióxido de azufre
toxic waste - residuos tóxicos
waste disposal - eliminación de residuos
wind power - energía eólica

to become - extinct extinguirse
to conserve - conservar
to contamNegritainateNegrita - contaminar
to die out - extinguirse
to poison - envenenar
to pollute - contaminar
to recycle - reciclar

All About Paper Bags | Learn English

domingo, 26 de octubre de 2014

DIFERENTES FORMAS DE DECIR "SÍ" EN INGLÉS




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AT THE AIRPORT. ENGLISH PHRASES FOR TRAVELLING BY AIR

Here are some of the phrases you will need when travelling by air and some of the signs you will see at the airport.
 

jueves, 23 de octubre de 2014

miércoles, 22 de octubre de 2014

VÍDEOS: VERBOS IRREGULARES, PRESENTE SIMPLE, CONDICIONAL, ESTILO INDIRECTO, VERBOS ESTÁTICOS


Click here and you will find plenty of useful grammar explanations and exercises.

martes, 21 de octubre de 2014

FREQUENCY ADVERBS


APRENDER GRAMÁTICA CON VÍDEOS - LEARNING GRAMMAR WITH VIDEOS

 Here you have some basic explanations about the English grammar.  Just watch the video  
from Mónica T. Stocker's blog
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