Presentación

La Secretaría de Marina - Armada de México mantiene un firme interés por la capacitación de su personal en el dominio del idioma Inglés, sin embargo, existe un acceso limitado a los cursos impartidos para este fin, así como al material correspondiente.

Por ello, la institución tomó la decisión de diseñar e implementar el Material de Apoyo en Línea para el “American Language Course” del Defense Language  Institute de Lackland, Texas, considerando que es el sistema implementado actualmente por toda la Armada. De este modo, la SEMAR, por medio del Centro de Estudios Superiores Navales, ofrece el presente espacio virtual, que integra materiales y ejercicios diseñados por sus profesores de inglés, así como una serie de sitios de internet seleccionados minuciosamente, con la finalidad de apoyar el desarrollo del contenido marcado en los libros del “American Language Course”, abarcando del nivel básico, al intermedio - avanzado.

La Dirección del CESNAV les da la más cordial bienvenida, esperando contribuir con una experiencia significativa para su desarrollo profesional.



Objetivo General

Ofrecer al personal de Almirantes, Capitanes y Oficiales, así como público en general, material didáctico y ejercicios, que les permita reforzar y practicar el vocabulario y gramática empleados en el “American Language Course”. al personal de Almirantes, Capitanes y Oficiales, así como público en general, material didáctico y ejercicios, que les permita reforzar y practicar el vocabulario y gramática empleados en el “American Language Course.

Estructura
El Material de Apoyo en Línea para el “American Language Course”, obedece a una estructura similar a la del método empleado por éste último. Se integra por tanto de 24 libros divididos en cuatro niveles, como se indica a continuación:

A continuación se muestra el contenido temático que se trabaja en cada uno de los libros, según el nivel que corresponda. Se cuenta con una guía temática por libro.

GRAMMAR BOOK 1
COMMANDS: AFFIRMATIVE / NEGATIVE
CONTRACTIONS: POSITIVE / NEGATIVE
DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS: THIS, THAT,/ THESE, THOSE,
NOUN PLURALS
POLITE REQUESTS
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES: MY, YOUR, HIS, HER,
SENTENCE PATTERNS:
a. It’s a (noun).
b. What is this / that?
c. What’s this?
d. What’s that?
e. What are these? What’re these?
f. What are those? What’re those?
g. What is Bob? Bob’s a pilot.
SUBJECT PRONOUNS (sing/pl): I, HE, SHE, WE, YOU, THEY,
THE VERB BE: PRESENT TENSE AFFIRMATIVE / NEGATIVE SENTENCES,
YES / NO QUESTIONS, SHORT / LONG ANSWERS, FULL / CONTRACTED FORMS

GRAMMAR BOOK 2
COMPOUND SENTENCES AND STRUCTURES
CONJUNCTIONS: AND, OR
IMPERATIVE SENTENCES: LET’S
INTERROGATIVES: WHO, WHAT, WHERE
IRREGULAR PLURALS
POSSESSIVE: OUR, YOUR, THEIR, WHOSE, -´S
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE TENSE
THE VERB BE: + ADJ SUBJECT COMPLEMENT, + ADVERBIAL, IN “WH” QUESTIONS

GRAMMAR BOOK 3
ADVERBS / EXPRESSION OF FREQUENCY
INFINITIVES: WITH WANT
INTERROGATIVES: WHO, WHAT, WHERE, HOW MANY
MODIFICATION PATTERN: ADJ + NOUN
PAST TENSE OF BE
PREPOSITIONS OF PURPOSE: FOR
PRESENT TENSE OF KNOWN VERBS BESIDES BE

GRAMMAR BOOK 4
DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES: THIS, THAT, THESE, THOSE,
INTERROGATIVES: WHAT + NOUN ( adj ) /HOW MUCH (adv)
MODALS: CAN (ability) /CAN (permission) /MAY (permission) /MUST (obligation) /
MUST NOT (prohibition)
PAST TENSE: REGULAR / IRREGULAR VERBS

GRAMMAR BOOK 5
ADJECTIVES (quantity): MUCH, MANY, SOME, ANY, A LOT OF, LOTS OF, A LITTLE,
A FEW
ARTICLES: A, THE
CONJUNCTIONS: OR
FUTURE TENSE
INTERROGATIVES: HOW MUCH, HOW MANY, WHICH
MODALS: HAVE TO (obligation)
NON REFERENTIAL EXPLETIVE: THERE
PRONOUNS: ONE / ONES

GRAMMAR BOOK 6
ADVERBS (of addition): ALSO MEANING TOO
CONJUNCTIONS (coordinating): AND, BUT
INDIRECT OBJECTS
INTERROGATIVES (with response): WHY WITH BECAUSE
INTERROGATIVES: HOW + BE, HOW + ACTION VERB
MODALS: WOULD LIKE TO
NOUN CLAUSES (that): DIRECT OBJECT OF VERB AFTER THINK
OBJECT PRONOUNS: ME, YOU, HIM, HER, IT, US, THEM
PRONOUNS (indefinite): SOMETHING, ANYTHING, NOTHING
PRONOUNS (personal): ME, YOU, HIM, HER, IT, US, YOU(pl), THEM
VERBS (transitive)

GRAMMAR BOOK 7
ADJECTIVES (comparisons-comparative): ADJ + -ER / -ER + THAN
ADJECTIVES (comparisons-superlative): ADJ + -EST
ADJECTIVES (position): ADJ + NOUN
ADJECTIVES (indefinite): BOTH, OTHER
ADVERB CLAUSES (unequal comparison): COMPARATIVE ADJ / ADV +THAN
PRONOUNS (indefinite): BOTH, OTHER, SOME, ANY
INTERROGATIVES: HOW OLD
VERBALS (gerunds): AS OBJECT OF PREPOSITION

GRAMMAR BOOK 8
ADJECTIVES (comparison - comparative / superlative): BETTER / BEST, BEST / WORSE,
MORE / LESS + ADJ + THAN, THE MOST / THE LEAST + ADJ
ADVERB CLAUSES (unequal comparisons): COMPARATIVE ADJ / ADV + THAN
INFINITIVE: AFTER, BEGIN / FORGET / LEARN / LIKE / NEED / REMEMBER / START /
TRY / WANT
INTERROGATIVE OBJECT PRONOUN: WHOM AS DIRECT OBJECT
MODALS: BE GOING TO (intention), MAY / MIGHT (possibility)
NOUN CLAUSES (that): AS DIRECT OBJECT WITH TELL
POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS: MINE, OURS, YOURS, HER, HIS, THEIRS
VERBS (imperative mood): DIRECT COMMAND

GRAMMAR BOOK 9
ADJECTIVES (equality / inequality): SAME (as) / SIMILAR (to) / ALIKE; DIFFERENT (from)
ADJECTIVES (predicate position - after linking verbs): BE, TASTE, SMELL, SOUND, LOOK,
FEEL + LIKE
ADVERB CLAUSES (cause / reason): FOLLOWING SORRY, PLEASED, ETC.,
WITH BECAUSE
ADVERB CLAUSES (equal / unequal comparisons): THE SAME AS / SIMILAR TO;
DIFFERENT + FROM
ADVERBS: OF MANNER
COMMANDS: WITH ASK, TELL
GERUNDS: AS OBJECT OF PREPOSITION WITH APOLOGIZE
INDIRECT SPEECH: WITH ASK, TELL
INTERROGATIVES: HOW (manner)
MODALS: SHOULD (advice)
NOUN CLAUSES: INTRODUCED BY THAT / PREDICATE ADJECTIVE + THAT
PAST PROGRESSIVE TENSE
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE TENSE: AS FUTURE
SUFFIX: -LY ( adj ------adv)

GRAMMAR BOOK 10
ADVERB CLAUSES (time): AFTER, BEFORE, UNTIL, WHEN, WHILE
INDIRECT SPEECH: WITH SAY, ASK
INTERROGATIVES: HOW + ADVERB, FAR, RELATED TO TIME / DISTANCE
MODALS: BE ABLE TO (ability), BE SUPPOSED TO (obligation / custom / advice),
COULD / CAN, WOULD / WILL (requests and responses), NOT BE ABLE TO (inability /
incapability)
PREPOSITIONS (place / position)
PREPOSITION (purpose): FOR
PRESENT TENSE: AS FUTURE
PRONOUN (non-referential): IMPERSONAL IT
VERBALS (infinitives): AFTER PREDICATE ADJECTIVE EXPRESSING CAUSE / REASON
VERBALS (infinitive phrases): WITH HOW AS DIRECT OBJECT
VERBALS (gerunds): AS DIRECT OBJECT

GRAMMAR BOOK 11
ADJECTIVES / NOUNS (predicate position): AFTER LINKING VERBS, BECOME / GET
ADJECTIVES (intensifiers): TOO
ADJECTIVE CLAUSES: WHO, THAT, WHICH AS SUBJECT PRONOUNS
ADVERBS (interrogatives): HOW LONG? (duration)
MODALS: COULD (past ability / inability), COULDN’T (inability / incapability)
PRONOUNS (indefinite): SOMEONE, SOMEBODY, ANYONE, ANYBODY, NO ONE, NOBODY
INDIRECT SPEECH: TELL-TYPE VERB (simple past) + INDIRECT OBJECT +
THAT-NOUN CLAUSE
VERBALS (infinitives): AFTER TOO + PREDICATE ADJECTIVE
VERBALS (infinitive phrases): OF PURPOSE
PREPOSITIONS OF TIME
PRESENT PERFECT PROGRESSIVE TENSE
PRESENT PERFECT TENSE: WITH BE / HAVE, SINCE / FOR
SUFFIX: -Y (noun----------adjective)

GRAMMAR BOOK 12
ADJECTIVES (participles as emotive adjective): -ING / -ED
ADVERB CLAUSES (if): STATEMENTS WITH REAL CONDITIONS
ADVERBS (comparison): -ER + OPTIONAL THAN
ADVERBS (of time): YET, ANYMORE, ANY LONGER, ALREADY, NO LONGER
INDEPENDENT CLAUSES WITH COORDINATE CONJUNCTIONS: SO, OR
INDIRECT SPEECH: SAY-TYPE VERB (past tense) + THAT CLAUSE
MODALS: COULD (possibility), USED TO (past routine, discontinued past habit),
WOULD (past routine)
PRESENT PERFECT TENSE: ACTION BEGUN IN PAST AND CONTINUING TO PRESENT;
INDEFINITE PAST ACTION

GRAMMAR BOOK 13
ADVERB CLAUSES (if): STATEMENTS WITH REAL CONDITIONS
ADVERBS (comparison): THE + EST ( superlative: 1-syllable adverbs and early)
ADVERBS (interrogatives): HOW + ADJECTIVE........?
INDIRECT SPEECH: PRESENT FORM OF MODAL IN DIRECT SPEECH;
SAID / TOLD + PAST FORM OF MODAL IN REPORTED SPEECH
MODALS: CAN, COULD, MAY (permission; response with can / can’t); COULD, MAY, MIGHT
(possibility); BE ABLE TO, CAN, COULD (ability / capability); CAN’T, COULDN’T,
NOT BE ABLE TO (inability / incapability)
NOUN ADJUNCTS
NOUN CLAUSES: TO EXPRESS CERTAINTY FOLLOWING PREDICATE ADJECTIVES
(certain / sure / positive)
NOUN CLAUSES (substitute): THINK, BELIEVE, HOPE, IMAGINE, GUESS,
SUPPOSE + SO / NOT
PRONOUNS (indefinite): A LITTLE / A FEW; MUCH / MANY / A LOT; SOME / ANY; NONE
SUFFIX: -ER / -OR (verb---------noun)
VERBALS (separable phrasal verbs)

GRAMMAR BOOK 14
ADJECTIVES (comparison-positive): AS + ADJECTIVE + AS
ADJECTIVE CLAUSES: WHERE / WHEN AS RELATIVE ADVERBS
ADVERB CLAUSES (if): STATEMENTS WITH REAL CONDITIONS
ADVERB CLAUSES (equality): AS + AJD / ADV........AS
ADVERBS (equality): AS + ADVERBS + AS
ADVERBS (of degree): EXTREMELY, QUITE, RATHER, REALLY, SO, TERRIBLY, VERY
ADVERBS (of time): JUST, SOON
ADVERBS (comparison): BETTER / BEST, WORSE / WORST
FUTURE PROGRESSIVE TENSE
VERBALS (gerund): AS SUBJECT OF A SENTENCE / OBJECT OF A PREPOSITION
INDIRECT SPEECH: REPORTED SPEECH WITH MODALS AND SAY / TELL TYPE VERBS
MODALS: MUST / MUST NOT (probability / deduction), MUST (necessity), MUST NOT
(prohibition), HAVE / HAS TO (necessity), NOT + HAVE TO (lack of necessity),
BE GOING TO OR WILL (intention / future action / condition), COULD / WOULD
(requests of a general nature), CAN / WILL (responses to requests), OUGHT TO (advice),
NOUNS (count): PLURALS

GRAMMAR BOOK 15
ADJECTIVES (predicate position): after APPEAR, FEEL, KEEP, REMAIN, SEEM
ADVERB CLAUSES (unequal comparisons): COMPARATIVE ADJ / ADV + THAN
ADVERBS (frequency)
ADVERBS (comparison): MORE / LESS, MOST / LEAST
ADVERBS (indefinite): SOMEWHERE, ANYWHERE, NOWHERE
ADVERBS (interrogatives): HOW OFTEN?
ADVERBS (post modifiers): ANYWHERE, NOWHERE, SOMEWHERE + ELSE
INDIRECT SPEECH: WITH MODALS
MODALS: USED TO (discontinued past habit, past routine), OUGHT TO / SHOULD (advisability),
MUST (deduction / probability), WOULD LIKE TO (desire / want), WAS,
WERE GOING TO (past intention), WOULD (willingness in response to invitations / request)
PRONOUNS (emphatic / reflexive): HERSELF, HIMSELF, ITSELF, MYSELF, OURSELVES,
THEMSELVES, YOURSELF, YOURSELVES
PRONOUNS (indefinite compound + else): ANYBODY, ANYONE, ANYTHING, EVERYBODY,
EVERYONE, NO ONE, NOBODY, NOTHING, SOMEBODY, SOMEONE,
SOMETHING + ELSE
SUFFIXES: -ION (verb--------noun)
-LY (noun-------- adj / adv)

GRAMMAR BOOK 16
ADVERBS (degree): TOO PRECEDING ADJECTIVE / ADVERB (much / many) + NOUN
MODALS: BE UNABLE TO (inability), HAD BETTER (advice / obligation), HAVE GOT TO
(necessity), WOULD RATHER + OPTIONAL THAN (preference)
PASSIVE VOICE (present)
PAST PERFECT TENSE
PAST PERFECT PROGRESSIVE
PRONOUN (non-referential): ANTICIPATORY IT
SUFFIX: -ATION (verb-------noun)
VERBALS (gerunds / infinitives): PREFER + OPTIONAL RATHER THAN
VERBALS (infinitive): FOLLOWING PREDICATE ADJECTIVE
VERBALS (infinitive phrase): AS SUBJECT WITH ANTICIPATORY IT
VERBALS (modifier): ADJ / ADV + ENOUGH + OPTIONAL TO INFINITIVE PHRASE
VERBALS (negative questions): WHY DON’T.......? (advice / suggestion)

GRAMMAR BOOK 17
ADJECTIVES (complement): AFTER THE DIRECT OBJECT
ADJECTIVES (predicate position): AFTER LINKING VERBS FOLLOWED BY LIKE +
NOUN / GERUND
ADJECTIVES / NOUNS (compound pre-modifiers) ADVERB CLAUSES: OF CONCESSION
PASSIVE VOICE: WITH MODALS
INDIRECT SPEECH (yes / no questions)
NOUNS (position): PREDICATE
NOUN CLAUSES: DIRECT OBJECT OF VERB (embedded questions)
NOUN CLAUSES: INTRODUCED BY IF / WHETHER, INDEFINITE RELATIVE ADJECTIVES,
INDEFINITE RELATIVE ADVERBS, INDEFINITE RELATIVE PRONOUNS
POSITIVE ADDITION: WITH TOO, SO
SUFFIXES: -EN ( adj ------verb)
-TION / -SION (verb------noun)
VERBALS (tag questions): CONFIRMING OR VERIFYING INFORMATION (rising intonation)
VERBALS (ellipses- negative addition): WITH EITHER, NEITHER
VERBALS (infinitive): AS DIRECT OBJECT WITH QUESTION-WORDS

GRAMMAR BOOK 18
ADJECTIVE CLAUSES (restrictive): WHO / WHOM / THAT / WHICH AS OBJECT OF A
VERB / PREPOSITION
ADVERB CLAUSES (condition): STATEMENT WITH UNREAL CONDITIONS, SUBJUNCTIVE
MOOD
CONJUNCTIONS (correlative): BOTH......AND / NOT ONLY.......BUT ALSO / EITHER......OR /
NEITHER......NOR
INDIRECT SPEECH: ASKED + A PAST TENSE NOUN CLAUSE INTRODUCED BY A
QUESTION-WORD WITH APPROPRIATE CHANGES
MODALS: CAN’T / COULDN’T (logical impossibility)
MODALS: USED TO FOLLOWED BY INFINITIVE TO EXPRESS A DISCONTINUED PAST HABIT,
BE USED TO / ACCUSTOMED TO + NOUN /
GERUND TO EXPRESS BEING IN THE HABIT / CUSTOM OF,
CONTRAST BE USED TO WITH USED TO
NOUN CLAUSES (ellipses): EXPRESSING REGRET WITH WISH FOLLOWED BY OPTIONAL
"THAT" CLAUSE CONTAINING A PAST SUBJUNCTIVE VERB / MODAL
NOUN CLAUSES (optional that): AS SUBJECT OF SENTENCE FOLLOWING ANTICIPATORY IT
NOUN CLAUSES: AS DIRECT OBJECT + TO-INFINITIVE COMPLEMENT,
PERFECT MODAL: MAY / MIGHT / COULD HAVE (possibility about past action), MUST HAVE
(deduction about past action), SHOULD / OUGHT TO HAVE (unfulfilled obligation),
SHOULD NOT HAVE (past inadvisable action)
PRONOUNS (non-referential): ANTICIPATORY IT
SUFFIX: -MENT (verb-------noun)
VERBALS (negative question): ASKING / RESPONDING TO EXPECTATION OF AGREEMENT
VERBALS (passive voice): SIMPLE PAST BE-PASSIVE TO EXPRESS A COMPLETED EVENT /
ACTION IN THE PAST
VERBALS (tag questions): SEEKING AGREEMENT (falling intonation)
VERBALS (causative verbs): HAVE / MAKE / GET (coerciveness) + NOUN / PRONOUN +
TO-INFINITIVE

GRAMMAR BOOK 19
POSSESSIVE NOUNS
REVIEW OF POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES/ PRONOUNS
INSEPARABLE PHRASAL AND PHRASAL PREPOSITIONAL VERBS
COULD HAVE/ COULDN'T HAVE (to express possibility/ impossibility about past actions/conditions)
FEW/ LITTLE VS A FEW AND A LITTLE
IF CLAUSES (past unreal conditional)
SUFFIXES -ABLE/ -IBLE
WISH (past unreal situations)
TOO/ VERY
VERB + PASSIVE TO-INFINITIVE AS DIRECT OBJECT
INDIRECT SPEECH (reported present progressive)

GRAMMAR BOOK 20
REVIEW OF ADECTIVE QUANTIFIERS
REVIEW OF "HOW MUCH"/ "HOW MANY" AND UNIT NOUNS WITH PARTITIVE "OF"
REVIEW OF PRONOUN QUANTIFIERS
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE PASSIVE
PAST PROGRESSIVE PASSIVE
INTERROGATIVE/ INDEFINITE PRONOUNS AND ADVERBS WITH "ELSE"
DIRECT OBJECT + PASSIVE INFINITIVE/ PAST PARTICIPLE
PASSIVE CAUSATIVE WITH "HAVE" AND "GET"
REPORTED SIMPLE PAST TENSE (indirect speech)
SUFFIXES -IVE/ -TIVE/ -ATIVE
COMPARISONS OF QUANTIFIERS
ADVERB CLAUSE OF PURPOSE introduced by "SO THAT"
AS MUCH/ MANY (+NOUN) + AS
ADVERB COMPARISONS (much/ a little, more/ less, the most/ the least)

GRAMMAR BOOK 21
COMPARATIVE/ SUPERLATIVE FORMS OF ADJECTIVES AND ADVERBS
TOO + ADVERB + TO-INFINITIVE
INDIRECT SPEECH (reported past progressive)
ADVERB CLAUSES OF RESULT (so...that/ such...that)
ADVERBIAL CONNECTIVES (effect/ result)
HOW+ADJECTIVE/ ADVERB (review)
PRESENT PERFECT PASSIVE
SUFFIXES -Y/ -TY/ - ITY/ -ILITY
RESTRICTIVE ADJECTIVE CLAUSS (review)
PAST PERFECT PASSIVE
ANTICIPATORY "IT"/ NONREFERENTIAL "THERE" + GERUND
RELATIVE CLAUSE REDUCED TO "TO-INFINITIVE PHRASE"
TO-INFINITIVE/ PRESENT GERUND AS SUBJECT COMPLEMENTS
SUBJUNCTIVE THAT-CLAUSE

GRAMMAR BOOK 22
SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE VS. PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
AFFIRMATIVE AND NEGATIVE YES/ NO QUESTIONS
ADVERB CLAUSE OF MANNER WITH "AS IF/ AS THOUGH"
SUFFIX -ness
NOUN AS OBJECT COMPLEMENT AFTER VERBS OF CHOOSING
REDUCING ADJECTIVE CLAUSES TO ADJECTIVE PHRASES
REDUCING ADJECTIVE CLAUSES TO PREPOSITIONAL PHRASES
SEQUENCING MODIFIERS BEFORE NOUNS
VERB + THAT-NOUN CLAUSE (review)
EMPHATIC "DO"
SUFFIXES -ful/ -less
GET-PASSIVE
INDIRECT SPEECH reported present perfect

GRAMMAR BOOK 23
PRESENT/ PAST PARTICIPLES AS NOUN MODIFIERS
QUESTION-WORD QUESTIONS
PRESENT/ PAST PARTICIPLES
IMPERATIVE FORM
ADVERB CLAUSES OF TIME
PRESENT GERUND AS NOUN MODIFIER
PREPOSITIONS OF DIRECTION; REVIEW OF PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE/ LOCATION
SUFFIXES -ward/ -ern
INDIRECT SPEECH reported resent perfect progressive
SHOULD/ OUGHT TO/ SHOULD HAVE indicating present/ past/ future expectancy
SUFFIXES -ance/ -ence

GRAMMAR BOOK 24
GERUND AS DIRECT OBJECT
SUFFIX -FY/ -IFY
REDUCING ADVERB TIME CLAUSE TO MODIFYING PHRASE
GERUND AS SUBJECT OF SENTENCE/ OBJECT OF PREPOSITION
TAG QUESTIONS
SUBJUNCTIVE THAT-CLAUSE AFTER ANTICPATORY IT
WILL/BE GOING TO/ SIMPLE PRESENT/PRESENT PROGRESSIVE to indicate future tense
TO-INFINITIVE AS DIRECT OBJECT
INDIRECT SPEECH reported past perfect and past perfect progressive
COMPOUND INDEFINITE PRONOUNS some-/any-/ no-
COMPOUND INDEFINITE ADVERBS some- / any- / no-
VERBS OF PERCEPTION + BARE INFINITIVE/ PRESENT PARTICIPLE
SUFFIX -ent/ -ant


Cada libro cuenta con un espacio virtual que ha sido diseñado bajo una estructura didáctica, considerando en cada uno, cuatro lecciones que contienen:

      • Presentación del tema gramatical a trabajar.
      • Explicación gramatical.
      • Ejemplos.
      • Ejercicios prácticos con autoevaluación automática.
      • Vocabulario.
Además, para trabajar el contenido de los 24 libros, se cuenta con una sección de sitios de interés, que contiene el acceso a laboratorios de práctica, diccionarios y otros.

Forma de trabajo

Considerando que este espacio virtual ofrece solamente material de apoyo en línea para el curso “American Language Course”, se tiene dos tipos de participantes:

    1. Alumnos del CESNAV: para quienes existe un seguimiento proporcionado en el salón de clases por parte del profesor a cargo y este sitio virtual puede ser utilizado a petición expresa de éste; o bien, como medio de práctica y reforzamiento del alumno, quien decide inscribirse y emplear el material que aquí se muestra para fortalecer su participación en clase.
    2. Personal no inscrito en CESNAV: para quienes no existe un seguimiento por parte de un profesor, por lo que el método de aprendizaje a emplear será totalmente autodidacta, existiendo la libertad de elegir el tiempo, espacio y estrategias de aprendizaje más adecuadas, según sus intereses y necesidades. Sin embargo, existe la posibilidad de realizar consultas generales en términos de contenido y materiales a los profesores de inglés de este Centro de Estudios.
    3. Ambos tipos de participantes deben realizar el examen de colocación, a fin de ubicar el nivel en el que han de trabajar. (Para poder realizar el examen de colocación deberá comunicarse a la extensión correspondiente citada en el apartado de "contacto").

Dichas condiciones de trabajo, implican que no exista una acreditación en la participación de este sitio virtual. Sin embargo, para los participantes que sean militares, existe la posibilidad de oficializar su nivel de inglés, para lo cual deberán solicitarlo por medio de un oficio dirigido al Estado Mayor General de la Armada, indicando que desean presentar un examen de nivel de conocimientos para tal fin, en este Centro de Estudios.

Presentación

La Secretaría de Marina - Armada de México mantiene un firme interés por la capacitación de su personal en el dominio del idioma Inglés, sin embargo, existe un acceso limitado a los cursos impartidos para este fin, así como al material correspondiente.

Por ello, la institución tomó la decisión de diseñar e implementar el Material de Apoyo en Línea para el “American Language Course” del Defense Language  Institute de Lackland, Texas, considerando que es el sistema implementado actualmente por toda la Armada. De este modo, la SEMAR, por medio del Centro de Estudios Superiores Navales, ofrece el presente espacio virtual, que integra materiales y ejercicios diseñados por sus profesores de inglés, así como una serie de sitios de internet seleccionados minuciosamente, con la finalidad de apoyar el desarrollo del contenido marcado en los libros del “American Language Course”, abarcando del nivel básico, al intermedio - avanzado.

La Dirección del CESNAV les da la más cordial bienvenida, esperando contribuir con una experiencia significativa para su desarrollo profesional.



Objetivo General

Ofrecer al personal de Almirantes, Capitanes y Oficiales, así como público en general, material didáctico y ejercicios, que les permita reforzar y practicar el vocabulario y gramática empleados en el “American Language Course”. al personal de Almirantes, Capitanes y Oficiales, así como público en general, material didáctico y ejercicios, que les permita reforzar y practicar el vocabulario y gramática empleados en el “American Language Course.

Examen de colocación

El siguiente examen de colocación tiene la finalidad de ubicarlo en el nivel que corresponda, según sus conocimientos en gramática y vocabulario.

Cuenta con un total de 50 reactivos de opción múltiple, que deberá responder en 40 minutos como máximo, en un solo intento. El examen se cierra en automático al concluir el tiempo señalado; y se califica al momento para indicarle el nivel obtenido.

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Sitios de Interés

Diccionarios:
The Free Dictionary (inglés-inglés).
Webster's Online Dictionary (inglés-inglés- cualquier idioma).

Laboratorios Virtuales:
Laboratorio 1: esl-lab.
Laboratorio 2: English Listening Lab.

Práctica Gramatical:
Gramática 1: The Grammar Aquarium.
Gramática 2: English Grammar for ESL Learners.
Gramática 3: Self-Study Grammar Quizzes.

Conjugación de Verbos Básicos con Pronunciación:
Verbos Regulares.
Verbos Irregulares.

Mejora tu pronunciación:
Pronunciation Practice. Visita esta página y entrena tu oído y pronunciación.
Train Your Accent. Visita esta página y entra a la sección que dice "LESSONS".


Miscelaneos:
El Alfabeto.
Los Números.
Días de la Semana, Meses del Año, Números Ordinarios y Fechas.
Make/ do, lie/ lay, say/ tell. (diferencias).
Games for Students. Juega y aprende.
TOEFL. Exámenes de práctica gratuitos.
CNN- Daily News (on video). Avanzado.
Great Links for Enlish Students. Un poco de todo.

Contacto

Para aclarar dudas sobre los contenidos, comunicarse a la extensión 7662, Subjefatura de Inglés.

Para verificar inscripciones al curso, o aclarar dudas al respecto, comunicarse a la Coordinación de Educación a Distancia Ext. 7999