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Write questions and answers using his, her, he, she, a or an.

 

Example:

 

Keyboard operator

Whatís her job? Is she a keyboard operator? Yes, she is.

Engineer

Whatís his job? Is he an engineer? Yes, he is.

 

1. policeman 6. nurse
2. policewoman 7. mechanic
3. taxi driver 8. hairdresser
4. air hostess 9. housewife
5. postman 10. milkman

 

Lesson 9 How are you today?

 

Steven: Hello, Helen.

Helen: Hi, Steven.

 

Steven: How are you today?

Helen: Iím very well, thank you.

And you?

 

Steven: Iím fine, thanks.

 

Steven: How is Tony?

Helen: He is fine, thanks.

How is Emma?

Steven: Sheís very well, too, Helen.

 

Steven: Goodbye, Helen.

Nice to see you.

Helen: Nice to see you, too, Steven.

Goodbye.

 

New words

 

hello /həˈləʊ/ int. fine /faɪn/ adj.
hi /haɪ/ int. thanks/θæŋks/ int.
how /haʊ/ adv. goodbye /ˈgʊdˈbaɪ/ int.
today /təˈdeɪ/ n. see /si:/ v
well /wel/ adj.  

 

Notes on the text

 

1. And you? à And how are you?

2. Nice to see you à It is nice to see you.

 

Lesson 10 Look atÖ

 

fat /fæt/ adj. hot /hɒt/ adj.
woman /ˈwʊmən/ adj. cold /cəʊld/ adj.
thin/θɪn/ adj. old/əʊld/ adj.
tall /tɔːl/ adj. young /jʌŋ/ adj.
short /ʃɔːt/ adj. busy/ˈbɪzi/ adj.
dirty /ˈdɜːti/ adj. lazy /ˈbɪzi/ adj.
clean /kli:n/ adj.  

 

Exercises

 

A. Complete these sentences using Heís, Sheís or Itís.

 

Example:

 

Robert isnít a teacher. ÖÖ. an engineer.

Robert isnít a teacher. Heís an engineer.

 

1. Mr. Blake isnít a student. ÖÖ. a teacher.

2. This isnít my umbrella. ÖÖ your umbrella.

3. Sophie isnít a man. ÖÖ. a woman

4. Naoko isnít Chinese. ÖÖ. Japenese.

 

B. Write sentences using He or She.

 

Example:

 

Helen/well

Look at Helen. Sheís very well.

 

1. man/fat 6. Steven/young
2. woman/thin 7. housewife/lazy
3. policeman/tall 8. milkman/old
4. policewoman/short 9. postman/busy
5. nurse/clean 10. hairdresser/good

 

Lesson 11 Is this your shirt?

Teacher: Whose shirt is that?

Is this your shirt, Dave?

Dave: No, sir.

Itís not my shirt.

This is my shirt.

My shirtís blue.

Teacher: Is this shirt Timís?

Dave: Perhaps it is, sir.

Timís shirtís white.

Teacher: Tim!

Tim: Yes, sir.

Teacher: Is this your shirt?

Tim: Yes, Sir.

 

Teacher: Here you are.

Catch.

Tim: Thank you, sir.

 

 

New words

 

whose /hu:z/ pron. white /waɪt/adj.
blue /blu:/ adj. catch /kætʃ/v.
perhaps /pəˈhæps/adv that /θæt/pron.

 



Notes on the text

 

1. Here you are = Here it is

 

 

Lesson 12 Possessive Determiners

my /maɪ/ father /faːθə/ n.
your /jɔː/ mother /mʌθə/ n.
her /hɜː/ brother /ˈbrʌðə/ .
his /hi:z/ sister /ˈsɪstə/ n.
nounís  

 

Exercises

 

A. Complete these sentences using my, your, his or her

 

Example:

 

Hans is here. That is Ö car.

Hans is here. That is his car.

 

1. Stella is here. That is Ö car.

2. Excuse me, Steven. Is this Ö umbrella?

3. I am an engineer. Ö name is Kaly.

4. Paul is here, too. That is Ö coat.

 

B. Write questions and answers using Ďs, his and her.

 

Example

 

Shirt/Tim

Whose is this shirt? Itís Timís. Itís his shirt.

 

1. handbag/Stella 6. suit/ my father
2. car/Paul 7. skirt/my mother
3. coat/Sophie 8. pen/my brother
4. umbrella/Steven 9. pencil/ my sister
5. dress/my daughter 10. house/ Hans

 

Lesson 13 A new dress

 

Louise: What color is your new dress?

Anna: It is green.

Come upstairs and see it.

Louise : Thank you.

 

Anna: Look!

Here it is!

 

Louise: Thatís a nice dress.

Itís very smart.

 

Anna: My hatís new, too.

Louise: What color is it?

 

Anna: Itís the same color.

Itís green, too.

Louise: Thatís a lovely hat.

 

New words

colour/ˈkʌlə/ n. smart /sma:t/adj.
green /gri:n/adj. hat /hæt/n.
come /kʌm/v. same /seɪm/adj.
upstairs /ʌpˈsteəz/adv. lovely /ˈlʌvli/adj.

Notes on the text

1. What colourís = What colour is.

Noun


2. The same ÖÖÖÖ.

 

Lesson 14 What colourís yourÖ.?

case/kseɪs/ n. dog/dɒg/ n.
carpet/ˈka:pɪt/ n.  

Exercises

 

A. Rewrite these sentences.

 

Example

 

This is Stella. This is her handbag.

This is Stellaís handbag.

 

1. This is paul. This is his car.

2. This is Sophie. This is her coat.

3. This is Helen. This is her dog.

4. This is my father. This is his suit.

5. This is my daughter. This is her dress.

 

Example:

 

Steven/umbrella/black

What colourís Stevenís umbrella? His umbrellaís black.

 

1. Steven/car/blue 6. Helen/dog/brown
2. Tim/shirt/white 7. Hans/pen/grey
3. Sophie/coat/grey 8. Xiaohui/handbag/yellow
4. Mrs. White/carpet/red  
5. Dave/tie/orange  

 


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