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Cómo hablar inglés con fluidez con la técnica de preguntas 
y respuestas y la del punto de vista. (TPRS TPR Storytelling) 

Propósito:
Proporcionar una simulación de una conversación en un ambiente relajado a través de muchas preguntas y respuestas fáciles. Yo llamo este método mini-historia.

Ventajas:
1. Es una simulación de una conversación. Estás practicando tus habilidades para conversar.
2. Te hace responder preguntas fáciles una detrás
 de otra, ayudándote a automatizar tu habla.
3. Ya que está grabado, puedes practicar tus respuestas solo, sin ansiedad, haciendo tantas repeticiones como necesites.

¿Cómo funciona?
– Le daré algo de información, normalmente una frase. Escuche atentamente. – Haré preguntas sobre el primer punto.

Después de cada pregunta haré una pausa.Durante la pausa, trate de dar una respuesta rápida en inglés.Después de la pausa, voy a darle la respuesta correcta.
Esta técnica te ayudará a desarrollar
 tu habla de forma rápida y natural.

Ejemplo:

There are two animals.
Are there two insects?
No. There aren’t two insects. 
There are two animals.
Are there eight animals?
No! There are not eight. 
 There are just two.
What are there?
Two animals. 
There are two animals. The animals are penguins.
Are they turtles?
No. They are not turtles. 
 They are penguins!
What kind of animals are there? Lions?
Not Lions. Penguins. 
There are two animals and 
these animals are penguins.

Their names are George
 and Peter.
Is there a penguin named John?
No. There is not a penguin named
 John. There are two penguins. 
George and Peter.
What are their names?
George and Peter. Their names
 are George and Peter. George and Peter are currently living in the Liverpool Zoo.
Are George and Peter living in Antarctica?
No. They aren’t living in Antarctica.
 They are living in the Liverpool zoo.
What zoo?
The Liverpool zoo. George and 
 Peter are living in the Liverpool zoo.
Who is living in the Liverpool zoo?
George and Peter. The penguins 
 are living in the Liverpool zoo, in the
 city of Liverpool, obviously.

They have free food and they don’t have to work.
Do they have to pay for the food?
No. They don’t have to pay for 
 anything. The food is free for them!
Do they have to work eight hours per day?
No. They don’t have to work at all. They don’t have to work.
Why don’t they have to work?
Because they have free food. They don’t have to do anything.

They are lucky penguins. They don’t have to work, they have free food and they are famous.
Who is lucky?
The penguins, George and Peter.
 They are lucky.
Who is famous?
The penguins. They are famous. 
 They are lucky and also famous.

They are famous because there are people who take photos of them.
People take photos of the penguins, right?
Yes! People take photos of them.
Who is taking photos of them?
People. People take photos of them. People take photos of the penguins.
Why are George and Peter famous? Why?
Because people take photos of them.

These penguins like wearing sunglasses.
What do the penguins like?
They always wear sunglasses when people take photos of them.
When do the penguins wear sunglasses?
Well, when people take photos of
 them. They wear their sunglasses on
 those occasions.

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 usando estas técnicas en:
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THE POINT OF VIEW TECHNIQUE
How does it work? You read and listen to the same story from different grammatical points of view.

For example, the same story is told in past tense, and then in future tense.
This way you can naturally notice how the past and future tenses change.
This idea can be applied for singular and plural, first and third person and other combinations.

Past / Pasado
Five years ago you were living in the Liverpool zoo. Your lives were not bad. You had free food and you didn’t have to work for it. You were famous and you usually wore sunglasses.
However, you were not happy. 
 You thought the zoo was boring. You also wanted to surf but you couldn’t do it in the zoo.
 You wanted a change in your
 lives.

Future / Futuro
In five years you will live in the Liverpool zoo. Your lives will be not bad. You will have free food and you will not have to work for it. You will be famous and you will usually wear sunglasses.
However, you will not be happy. You will think the zoo is boring. You will also want to surf but you will not be able to do it in the zoo.
 You will want a change in your lives.

This technique will help you to master grammar intuitively without having to memorize anything, like natives do.

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 usando estas técnicas en:
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