English 6 - Coggle Diagram
Unit 1. Natural Resources
There is/there are (in present, past and future)
There is and there are means “hay”.
“There was” and “there were” are the past form.
“There is” is used for singular and “there are” is
used for plural.
Cut down: Cortar, talar
Reading and Discussion: Natural Resources
The use of “there will be” is easy just follow the patterns. For singular and plural is used the same form “there will be”. For negative the correct form is “there won’t be”
and for questions “Will be …there?
Unit 2. The Panama Canal
s are defined as to + base form of the verb. They ha ve several functions.
Used as objects following certain verbs
Used as a shortened form of in order to
hope, expect, plan, intend, mean, enjoy, finish, quit, put off
Reading and Discussion: The Panama Canal
Unit 4. Tax Heaven
In many kinds of English sentence, you will find the word "it" or the word "there" in the subject position.
These are usually "impersonal" sentences -- sentences where
there is no natural or direct subject.
Reading and Discussion: Tax Havens
Panama is a country where taxes are paid less in relation with the others. E.E.U.U has to pay a tax of 7% for general articles and 1 % for food and medicines but they have higher salaries.
Unit 3. Panama’s International Financial Center
The verb base + -ing formed gerunds
A participle is a verbal that is used as an adjective and most often ends in -ing.
Gerunds can function as nouns, adjectives or verbs depending on the context of the sentence,
Watering the flowers.
Reading and Discussion: Panama’s I.F.C.