Gramática: Difference between present simple and present continuous
1. The present continuous (present progressive) can be used to talk about things that are happening now:
"Craig and Reza are talking into a microphone." (now).
2. The present continuous can also be used to talk about the future:
"Tomorrow I’m visiting my friend Pedro." (a planned intention)
"I’m going to see my family this weekend." – "I’m travelling to Madrid next week." – "Reza is having soup for his dinner tonight."
3. "Reza’s mum is always shouting at him for being messy." ( something that annoys you, and happens often)

Pronunciación: /a/ cat – /u/ cut
hat / hut (cabaño, refugio)
cap / cup
sack (saco, despedir) / suck (chupar)
(¡OJO! There are regional variations in English pronunciation)
Reza’s Hot Tip: Learn words in groups / word families / aprende el vocabulario en grupos
SPORT: competitor – player – half-time – kickoff
FOOD: rice – sandwich – bread – soup

Vocabulario: Expressions with Make and Do
do good / do harm
do well / badly
do (s.o.) a favour
do exercise (at the gym) / do an (English) exercise – Reza does exercise in the mornings.
make a change /changes / make a complaint / make a decision / make progress / make an effort / make an excuse
make love / war / peace
make a mistake / make a noise / make a phone call / make a suggestion / make an offer

Phrasal verb: take on
to take someone on – engañar – The electrician took Reza on. He charged him double.
to take on new staff – emplear – The British Council are taking on new staff.


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