Home Random Page


CATEGORIES:

BiologyChemistryConstructionCultureEcologyEconomyElectronicsFinanceGeographyHistoryInformaticsLawMathematicsMechanicsMedicineOtherPedagogyPhilosophyPhysicsPolicyPsychologySociologySportTourism






Lesson 19 Tired and thirsty

Mother: What’s the matter, children?

Girl: We are tired ……..

Boy: ……… and thirsty, Mum.

 

Mother: Sit down here.

Are you all right now?

Boy: No, we aren’t.

 

Mother: Look!

There’s an ice cream man.

 

Two ice creams please.

 

Here you are, children.

Children: Thanks, Mum.

 

Girl: These ice creams are nice.

 

Mother: Are you all right now?

Children: Yes, we are, thank you.

 

 

New words

 

matter // n. Mum// n.
children // n. sit// v.
tired // adj. down// prep.
boy // n. right// adj.
thirsty// adj. ice// n.
  cream // n.

Lesson 20 They are ….?

 

big/bɪg/ adj. heavy /ˈhevi/ adj.
small /smɔːl/ adj. long /lɒŋ/ adj.
open /ˈəʊpən/ adj. shoe /ʃu:/ adj.
shut/ʃʌt/ adj. grand/grænd/ adj.
light/laɪt/ adj. grandfather /ˈgrændˌfa:ðə/ n.
  grandmother /ˈgrændˌmʌðə/ n.

Exercises

A. Complete these sentences using am, is, are.

 

Example:

 

Those children …. thirsty.

Those children are thirsty.

 

1. Those children …. tired.

2. Their mother ….. tired, too.

3. That ice cream man ….. very busy

4. His ice creams ….. very nice.

5. What’s the matter, children? We …. thirsty

6. What’s the matter, Tim? I …. tired.

 

B. Write questions and answers.

 

Example

 

his shoes/dirty/clean

Are his shoes dirty or clean?

They’re not dirty. They’re clean.

 

1. the children/tired/thirsty

2. the shops/shut/open

3. his cases/heavy/light

4. grandmother and grandfather/young/old

5. their hat/old/new

Lesson 21 Which book?

 

Man: Give me a book please, Jane.

 

Woman: Which book?

This one?

 

Man: No, not that one. The red one.

 

Woman: This one?

Man: Yes, please.

 

Woman: Here you are.

Man: Thank you

 

 

New words

give /gɪv/ v. which /wɪtʃ / question word
one /wʌn/ pron.  

 

 

Notes on the text

 

1. Give me (sb) a knife (sth)

Give a knife (sth) to me (sb)

 

 

Lesson 22 Is this my/your/his/her/our/their ……

 

empty/ˈɛm(p)ti/ adj. box/bɒks/ n.
full/fʊl/ adj. glass/ɡlɑːs/ n.
large/lɑːdʒ/ adj. cup/kʌp/ n.
little/ˈlɪt(ə)l/ adj. bottle/ˈbɒt(ə)l/ n.
sharp/ʃɑːp/ adj. tin/tɪn/ n.
small/smɔːl/ adj. knife/nʌɪf/ n.
big/bɪɡ/ adj. fork/fɔːk/ n.
blunt/blʌnt/ adj. spoon/spuːn/ n.

 

 

Possessive adjectives

 

I my /maɪ/
You your /jɔː/
We our /aʊə/
They their /ðɛː/
She her /həː/
He his /hɪz/
it its /ɪts/
n. n’s

 



Exercises

 

Complete these sentences using His, Her, Its, Our or Their.

 

Example:

Is this Tim’s Shirt? No, it’s not. ……. shirt is white.

Is this Tim’s shirt? No, it’s not. His shirt is white.

 

1. Is this Nicola’s Coat? No, it’s not. …… coat is grey.

2. Are these your pens? No, they’re not. …… pens are blue.

3. Are these the children’s books? No, they’re not. ….. books are red.

4. Is this dog’s food? No, …… is here.

5. Is this Helen’s spoon? Yes, it is …… spoon.

6. Are these your students? No, they’re not. …. students are good.

Lesson 23 Which glasses

 

Man: Give me some glasses please, Jane.

 

Woman: Which glasses?

These glasses.

 

Man: No, not those.

The ones on the shelf.

 

Woman: These?

 

Man: Yes, please.

 

Woman: Here you are.

Man: Thanks.

 

 

New words

 

on / ɒn/ prep. shelf / ʃɛlf/ n.

some / sʌm/ adj.

 

Pronouns

 

Subject pronoun (lead the sentences)   Object pronoun ( after the verbs)
I me
you you
we us
she her
he him
it it
they them
n. n.

 

Lesson 24 Give me/you/him/her a or some ………

 

desk /dɛsk/ n. floor /flɔː/ n.
table /ˈteɪb(ə)l/ n. dressing table/ˈdrɛsɪŋ-ˈteɪb(ə)l / n.
plate/pleɪt/ n. magazine/maɡəˈziːn / n.
cupboard/ˈkʌbəd/ n. newspaper/ˈnjuːzpeɪpə / n.
cigarette/sɪɡəˈrɛt/ n. stereo/ˈstɛrɪəʊ / n.
television/ˈtɛlɪvɪʒ(ə)n/ n. bed/bed/ n.

 

 

Exercises

 

A. Complete these sentences using me, him, her, us, or them.

 

Example:

 

Give Tim this shirt. Give …. this one, too.

Give Tim this shirt. Give him this one, too.

 

1. Give Jane this watch. Give ….. this one, too.

2. Give the children these ice creams. Give ….. these, too.

3. Give Tom this book. Give …. this one, too.

4. That is my passport. Give ……. to me please.

5. That is my coat. Give ….. my coat please.

6. Those are our umbrellas. Give ….. our umbrellas.

 

B. Write questions and answers.

 

Example:

 

glasses/on the shelf

Give me some glasses please. Which ones? These? Not, not those. The ones on the shelf.

 

1. pen/on the desk 2. ties/on the chair 3. boxes/on the floor 4. cigarette/on the television

Lesson25 Mrs. Smith’s kitchen

 

Mrs. Smith’s kitchen is small.

There is a refrigerator in the kitchen.

The refrigerator is white.

It is on the right.

There is an electric cooker in the kitchen.

The cooker is blue.

It is on the left.

There is a table in the middle of the room.

There is a bottle on the table.

The bottle is empty.

There is a cup on the table, too.

The cup is clean.

 

New words

Mrs. /mɪsɪz/ cooker /ˈkʊkə/ n.
kitchen/kɪtʃɪn/ n. middle/ˈmɪd(ə)l/ n. & adj.
refrigerator/rɪˈfrɪdʒəreɪtə/ n. of/(ə)v/ n.
right/rʌɪt/ n. & adj room/ruːm/ n.
electric/ɪˈlɛktrɪk/ adj. cup/cʌp/ n.
left/lɛft/ n. & adj.  

 

Notes on the text

 

1. There is ……..

2. On the right; On the left; In the middle

3. a refrigerator --------- the refrigerator

a is general determiner; the is specific determiner

 

Lesson 26 Where is it?

 

where/wɛː/ adv. in /ɪn/ prep.

 

 

Exercises

 

A. Complete these sentences using a or the.

 

Example:

 

Give me …… book. Which book? ….. book on the table.

Give me a book. Which book? The book on the table.

 

1. Give me …. glass. Which glass? … empty one.

2. Give me some cups. Which cups? ….. cups on the table.

3. Is there ….. book on …. table? Yes, there is. Is …. red book?

4. Is there ….. knife in that box? Yes, there is. Is …. sharp knife?

 

B. Write sentences using these words.

 

Example:

Refrigerator in the kitchen/white

There is a refrigerator in the kitchen. The refrigerator is white.

 

1. cup on the table/clean

2. box on the floor/large

3. glass in the cupboard/empty

4. knife on the plate/sharp

5. fork on the tin/dirty

6. bottle in the refrigerator/full

7. pencil on the desk/blunt

 

Lesson 27 Mrs. Smith’s living room

 

Mrs. Smith’s living room is large.

There is a television in the room.

The television is near the window.

There are some magazines on the television.

There is a table in the room.

There are some newspapers on the table.

There are some armchairs in the room.

The armchairs are near the table.

There is a stereo in the room.

The stereo is near the door.

There are some books on the stereo.

There are some pictures in the room.

The pictures are on the wall.

 

 

New words

 

living room /ˈlɪvɪŋ-ruːm/n. door/dɔː/n.
near /nɪə/n. picture /ˈpɪktʃə/n.
window /ˈwɪndəʊ/n. wall /wɔːl/n.
armchair/ɑːmˈtʃɛː/n.  

 

 

Notes on the text

1. There are ……

 

 

Lesson 28 Where are they?

 

Look at these words.

 

a book --- some books; a man --- some men; a housewife --- some housewives

Exercises

A. Rewrite these sentences using There are

 

Example:

There is a book on the desk.

There are some books on the desk.

 

1. There is a pencil on the desk.

2. There is a knife near that tin.

3. There is a policeman in the kitchen.

4. There is a newspaper in the living room.

5. There is a keyboard operator in the office.

 

B. Write sentences using these words.

 

Example:

books/on the table/cigarettes/ near that box

Are there any books on the table?

No, there aren’t any books on the table.

There are some cigarettes.

Where are they?

They are near that box.

 

1. books/ in the room/magazine/on the television

2. ties/on the floor/shoes/near the bed

3. glasses/on the cupboard/bottle/near those tins

4. newspapers/on the shelf/tickets/in that handbag

5. forks/on the table/knives/in that box

6. cups/on the stereo/glasses/near those bottles

7. dresses/on the bed/skirts/in the cupboard

 


Date: 2016-03-03; view: 798


<== previous page | next page ==>
Lesson 15 Your passport, please. | Lesson 29 Come in, Amy
doclecture.net - lectures - 2014-2019 year. Copyright infringement or personal data (0.005 sec.)