1 GRAMMAR SHEET 1 I ve got I ve got a cat. I haven t got a dog. This is my cat. This isn t my dog. I ve got a cat. I haven t got a dog. I ve got 2 brothers. I haven t got a sister. She s got a computer. She hasn t got a camera. He s got a car. He hasn t got a boat. She s got a He s got a. They ve got an. We ve got a.. tent house motorbike bicycle armchair television table chair She hasn t got a He hasn t got a They haven t got a.. We haven t got a Have you got a..? dog football bed telephone guitar radio I ve got a.. I haven t got a
2 GRAMMAR SHEET 26 Some / Any Do we need any eggs? No, we don t need any. We ve got some eggs. Do we need any eggs? Yes, we need some. We haven t got any. Do we need any salt? Yes, we need some. We haven t got any salt. Do we need any salt? No, we don t need any because we ve got some. Use some for YES, any for NO (not). Use any for questions (? ). Have we got bread? Yes, we ve got.. We don t need.. bread. Have we got. bread? No, we haven t got., so we need.. Have we got. chillies? Yes, we ve got., so we don t need.. Have we got. chillies? No, we haven t got.. We need. chillies. How much? / How many.? How much salt do we need? How much bread do we need? How much orange juice do we need? How many eggs do we need? How many chillies do we need? How many cakes do we need? much for things we cannot count / many for things we can count like : water, meat, bread, strength, fun, work like : cups, plates, pies, bread rolls, jobs So much / So many Not much / Not many So. socks on the washing line So. trouble at my mother-in-law s house So. mess in the kitchen So. cars on the road So. rubbish on TV Not. rice in the bowl Not. apples on the tree Not. programmes on TV Not. oil for frying Not. time to study
3 GRAMMAR SHEET 25 a chicken a chicken, chicken, chickens 4 chickens chicken This is a chicken. I had some chicken for lunch. Here are some chickens. The carton is empty. There is / are no more orange juice. orange juice 1 orange This orange is / are very juicy. There is / are some oranges in the fridge. 4 oranges 1 apple 6 apples Which do you prefer? Red or green apple / apples? There is / are not enough apple in the pie. apple pie He was sitting under the tree when apple / an apple fell on his head. a / an countable AND uncountable countable / uncountable banana fish nuts milk orange cake biscuits bread lemon potato beans salt aubergine chocolate grapes beef carrot onion sweets sugar mushroom yoghurt bread rolls rice egg chilli crisps garlic Do you need to add a? FISH I had.. fish for dinner. I went fishing and I caught. fish. CAKE I baked. cake for his birthday. I ve eaten too much. cake. YOGHURT I use. yoghurt instead of cream. I opened yoghurt and ate it. CHOCOLATE Please, have. chocolate from my box. No, thanks. I can t eat
4 GRAMMAR SHEET 24 Countable / Uncountable Recipe for Spiced Biscuits Things which are countable: mixing bowls sieves eggs rolling pins pastry cutters balls baking trays Things which are uncountable: flour butter brown sugar salt mixed spice dough icing sugar a is missing. Add a before the countable words: Make sure you have all the ingredients before you start. For this recipe you need a flour, butter, brown sugar, small egg, mixed spice, salt and icing sugar. First you should get all the cooking utensils you re going need, like mixing bowl, sieve, pastry cutter and rolling pin. You will need to beat the egg and measure the flour, the butter and the brown sugar before you start. Switch on the oven so that it can be getting hot; you should heat it to 190 C / Gas mark 5. Prepare baking tray by greasing it with a little butter or oil. Ingredients: 250g plain flour 125g butter 125g brown sugar 1 small beaten egg 2 teaspoons mixed spice a pinch of salt Method: 1. In large mixing bowl, beat together the butter and the sugar until fluffy. 2. Beat in the egg little by little. 3. Sift in the flour, salt and spice, and mix everything together well. 4. Make it into ball of dough. 5. Sprinkle some flour onto clean work surface, and onto rolling pin. 6. Roll out the dough until it is about ½cm thick. 7. Cut the dough into biscuit shapes, using pastry cutter. 8. Use the odd pieces of dough which are left by making them into another ball. 9. Roll it out again and make more biscuits. 10. Put the biscuits on greased baking tray and bake them in the oven for about 15 minutes. 11. Take them out when they are light brown, and put them on wire rack to cool. 12. Decorate them with icing sugar by sprinkling it through sieve.
5 GRAMMAR SHEET 23 Possessives Ann is Tom s wife. Tom is Ann s husband. Jack is Tom s father. Tom is Jack s son. Sheena is Tom s mother. Danny is Tom s brother. Sally is Tom s sister. Sally is Paul s wife. Tom s family tree Jack and Sheena Tom (and Ann) Sally (and Paul) Danny Jimmy Jenny David a) Make sentences about the family using these words: father, mother, son, daughter, brother, sister, husband, wife 1) Jenny 2) David 3) Jimmy 4) Sally 5) Paul 6) Ann eg: Jenny is David s sister, Jenny is Sally s daughter. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Jack is Ann s father-in-law. Sheena is Ann s mother-in-law. Sally is Ann s sister-in-law. Ann is Jack s daughter-in-law. Danny is Ann s brother-in-law. Paul is Jack s son-in-law. b) Make sentences about all the family using these words: father-in-law, mother-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother-in-law, sister-in-law 1) Danny 2) Tom 3) Paul 4) Sheena 5) Jack eg: Danny is Ann s brother-in-law ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Danny is Jimmy s uncle. Sally is Jimmy s aunt. Jimmy is Danny s nephew. Jenny is Danny s niece. David is Jimmy s cousin. Jack is Jimmy s grandfather. Sheena is Jimmy s grandmother. c) Make sentences about all the family using these words: grandmother, grandfather, uncle, aunt, nephew, niece, cousin 1) Danny 2) Jenny 3) David 4) Sheena 5) Jimmy 6) Jack eg: Danny is Ann s brother-in-law
6 GRAMMAR SHEET 22 I / me / my / mine I have an igloo. My igloo belongs to me. It s mine. He has an igloo. His igloo belongs to him. It s his. She has an igloo. Her igloo belongs to her. It s hers. We have an igloo. Our igloo belongs to us. It s ours. You have an igloo. Your igloo belongs to you. It s yours. They have an igloo. Their igloo belongs to them. It s theirs. I me my mine we us our ours he him his his you you your yours she her her hers they them their theirs This is.. house. He lives here. This is.. house. She lives here. This is.. house. We live here. This is.. house. You live here. This is.. house. They live here. She married him. He s. husband. You married him. He s husband. He married her. She s.. wife. He married you. You re. wife. I married her. She s wife. She beat me. I didn t beat... Give it to him! It s! I beat him. He didn t beat... Give it to her! It s.! They beat you. You didn t beat... Give it to us! It s.! You beat her... didn t beat you. Give it to them! It s.!
7 How do you make a cup of tea? GRAMMAR SHEET 21 First, then, next First, I boil the kettle. Then I put some tea into the teapot. Next I pour boiling water into the teapot. After 3 minutes the tea is ready. I pour it into a cup and add milk and sugar. Then I drink it. First then next finally How do you wash the car? (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) How can I get to the station? Put the instructions in order below by using the pictures to number them... Just after the bank there s a market where they sell clothes... Go down the High Street, past the shops... You will see the station opposite the market place... Go straight ahead until you reach the pet shop on the corner... At the traffic lights turn right and you will see a bank on your right... Turn left at the pet shop onto the High Street. To get to the station First.. Then Next,..... Finally,.... How can I get a job? First... Then... Next Finally
8 GRAMMAR SHEET 20 Questions Your name is Sam. You are from London. You like living in London. Ask: what? where? why? What is your name? Where are you from? Why do you like living in London? OR Make questions using do you? and did you? Verb to be questions (eg: you are are you?) Make questions from these notes, changing the verb form to be correct. Then interview someone in your class. Find out as much about them as you can. Examples : what / your / name? > What's your name? where / you / from? > Where do you come from? or Where are you from? Ask other questions: 1 what / your / name? 2 where / you / from? 3 where / you / live? 4 what work / you / do? 5 what / you / do / free time? 6 what / you / like / watch / on TV? 7 you / married? 8 you / have / children? 9 where / your children / go to school? 10 your children / speak / English? 11 what / you / find difficult / English? 12 you speak / other languages? 13 what / your favourite food? 14...? 15...?
9 GRAMMAR SHEET 19 Verbs: be / have / do Write be / is / are in the spaces I have a friend called Su Lin. She Chinese. Her parents farmers. They not rich, but they happy. On the farm there. a pig and there lots of chickens. At home there. a dog, and a cat with five kittens. Su Lin loves them all. The smallest kitten Su Lin s favourite. He. always hungry. When he sees Su Lin he cries to her and licks her fingers, asking for food. She calls him Jet because he. black apart from his ears and the tip of his tail. Jet and his sisters very playful. Su Lin will.. sad when they grow up. Soon they will go away to other homes. Write have / has / do / does in the spaces Su Lin lives with her parents and her grandparents. She no brothers or sisters. She the housework with her mother. Her grandparents. the cooking, and her father works in the fields. Su Lin wants to be a vet. She studies very hard and she always her homework. She spends all her free time with the animals at home and on the farm. The kittens. very sharp teeth. They bite everything, including Su Lin! Su Lin will soon new babies to play with because the pig is going to.. piglets in six weeks time.
10 GRAMMAR SHEET 18 Verbs: be / have / do See Grammar Sheet 17 for part 1 2 Choose the verb : am / is / are, have / has, do / does 1. My name.. Sam. 2. I.. English and my wife. Russian. 3. My wife the washing, and I the cooking. 4. We both. the shopping. 5. We.. always very busy. 6. I. 48 and my wife.. 42 years old. 7. We.. two sons. 8. Our eldest son 18 years old. 9. He his homework, but he never the housework. 10. The boys sometimes the cooking. 11. Our younger son.. called Peter and our daughter s name Tanya. 12. Peter blue eyes and brown hair. 13. The boys. many computer games which very long and difficult. 14. Tanya.. much younger than her brothers. 15. She hundreds of toys and games, but not computer games. 16. Her brothers cross with her because she always spoiling their game.
11 GRAMMAR SHEET 17 1 Choose the verb : Verbs: be / have / do 1. My name (am / are / is) Sam. 2. I (am / are / is) English and my wife (am / are / is) Russian. 3. My wife (do / does) the washing, and I (do / does) the cooking. 4. We both (do / does) the shopping. 5. We (am / are / is) always very busy. 6. I (am / are / is) 48 and my wife (am / are / is) 42 years old. 7. We (have / has) two sons and a daughter. 8. Our eldest son (am / are / is) 18 years old. 9. He (do / does) his homework, but he never (do / does) the housework. 10. The boys sometimes (do / does) the cooking. 11. Our younger son (am / are / is) called Peter and our daughter s name (am / are / is) Tanya. 12. Peter (have / has) blue eyes and brown hair. 13. The boys (have / has) many computer games which (am / are / is) very long and difficult. 14. Tanya (am / are / is) much younger than her brothers. 15. She (have / has) hundreds of toys and games, but not computer games. 16. Her brothers (am / are / is) cross with her because she (am / are / is) always spoiling their game. See Grammar Sheet 18 for test
12 GRAMMAR SHEET 16 Verbs: do / does / did 1. We use the verb to do when we ask questions: Do you like cheese? Does he play football? Do they live in London? Does she eat meat? Did you have lunch yesterday? 2. We must choose the right person and tense of the verb : do, does or did : present or past tense? person? (turn it round to make a question) You like cheese. present tense, you do do you? Do you like cheese? He plays football. present tense, he does does he? Does he play football? They live in London. present tense, they do do they? Do they live in London? She eats meat. present tense, she does does she Does she eat meat? You had lunch yesterday. past tense, you did did you Did you have lunch? 3. We use the verb to do before not : You like cheese. You do not like cheese. He plays football. He does not play football. They live in London. They do not live in London. She eats meat. She does not eat meat. You had lunch yesterday. You did not have lunch yesterday. do not = don t does not = doesn t do not = don t does not = doesn t did not = didn t 4. When we use do + another verb, only do must have the right tense and person: Does he play football? (plays ) She doesn t eat meat. (eats ) Did you have lunch yesterday? (had ) Make questions (? ) : Make negatives (not) : He loves his wife. We live abroad. My sister feels sick. You know my mum. They play tennis. He reads in English. She went shopping. The boys left early. He wants more. His mum lives alone. You had too much. We started eating.
13 GRAMMAR SHEET 15 Verbs: do / make 1. do the washing make the bed 5 2. do your work 11. make a cake 3. do the housework 12. make a noise 4. do your homework 13. make a cup of tea 5. do the shopping 14. make a phone call 6. do the cooking 15. make money 7. do the cleaning 16. make a mistake 8. do the ironing 17. make trouble 9. do the washing up 18. make sure 17
14 GRAMMAR SHEET 14 Verbs: have / have got have got (I have got = I ve got, he has got = he s got, we have got = we ve got) 1. We can say: I have something Or: I ve got something } It means the same thing. For example: I have a headache. = I've got a headache. He has a big nose. = He's got a big nose. The house has a beautiful garden. = The house has got a beautiful garden. We have enough money to live on. = We've got enough money to live on. Do you have any brothers or sisters? = Have you got any brothers or sisters? have 2. When we do something again and again, we must use have (NOT : have got) For example: I've got toothache. / I often have toothache. 3. We must use have for these expressions: to have lunch / coffee / a snack to have a bath / a rest / a dream to have a day off / a bad day to have a chat / a conversation / a fight to have a swim / a game of tennis to have a try / a go In these expressions: have got cannot be used the short forms "I've", "he's", she s, we've", you ve, they ve cannot be used questions are made using "Do /did you have?" or Have you had? 4. We prefer to use had for the past ( NOT : had got) For example: He had a big nose. (NOT : He had got a big nose.) Here are some sentences with the verb to have. Write out the sentence using have got if it s correct. 1. We have a new car. We He often has a new car She has a stomach ache I have coffee at 11 o clock Let s have a go! You had more money then.....
15 GRAMMAR SHEET 13 Prepositions The book is on the table.. on the floor.. on the shelf..
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17 GRAMMAR SHEET 12 Prepositions: over, under, on, in, between, to, from, up, down 1. Jump over over 2. Go under under 3. Sit on on 4. Put in in 5. Hang between 6. Fly from London Airport. b e t w e e n between from 7. Fly to America. to 8. Climb up up 9. Fall down down
18 GRAMMAR SHEET 11 I walk slowly, I run fast How do you speak? I speak slowly. / I speak fast. / I speak happily. loudly quietly gently very well not very well beautifully I s p e a k.. s l o w l y I speak very, very fast. I speak so fast that no-one ever listens! I speak very fast, but I don t say anything When do you wash? I wash every day. / I m washing now. / I never wash. in the morning at the weekend four times a week at 7am after dinner Where do you buy fruit? I buy it here. / I buy it there. / I buy it anywhere. I buy it here at the market at the greengrocer s at the supermarket near my home far away... there, Anywhere How do you do the housework? When do you go shopping? Where do you speak English? How do you write? (neatly / messily)
19 GRAMMAR SHEET 10 Verbs: To be + adjective am / is / are He is small He is tall It is fast They are happy am I am (I m) is it is (it s) are we are (we re) he is (he s) you are (you re) she is (she s) they are (they re) opposite: I am not (I m not) it is not (it isn t / it s not) we are not (we aren t /we re not) he is not (he isn t/he s not) you are not (you aren t/you re not) she is not (she isn t/she s not) they are not (they aren t/they re not) Choose am / is / are for the missing words : The cat.. happy. The girl.. clever. The dogs. hungry. It.. not sad. She. not stupid. They.. not happy. The men.. bored. The man and woman. in love. The boy rich. They cold. They. ugly. He poor. And you? I am.. I not.. We.. We not
20 GRAMMAR SHEET 9 I like / I don t like I like cooking I don t like cooking I like running I don t like running I like reading I don t like reading I like watching TV I don t like watching TV read run watch TV fly clean swim Do you like.? Do you like drinking tea? Do you like cleaning windows? Do you like doing the washing? Do you like playing tennis? Do you like studying?
21 GRAMMAR SHEET 8 am / is / are working I am he is she is we are you are they are I m working /He s working /She s working /We re working /You re working /They re working What are you doing? What i s h e doing? What is she doing? What are they doing? read to the children drive a bus play the violin paint a picture play the trumpet mend a car ride a bicycle make a dress cut down a tree look at a ring read a newspaper dance go to school carry bags ride an elephant wait for a bus listen to a story sweep the floor wash the car read a book
22 GRAMMAR SHEET 7 Walk / Don t walk Run! Hurry! Don t enter! Don t come in! Be careful! Don t fall! Sit! Stay! Don t move! Slow down! Don t spill it! Stop! Don t go! What should I do? Go shopping. Yes / No Go shopping / Don t go shopping Go to the cinema. Yes / No Play tennis. Yes / No Read a book. Yes / No Stay in bed. Yes / No Do the washing. Yes / No Cook dinner. Yes / No Do the housework. Yes / No Have a snack. Yes / No Make a phone call. Yes / No Meet my friends. Yes / No
23 GRAMMAR SHEET 6 I can / Can you? 1. I can drive a car. Yes, I Can you drive a car? 2. I can sing. can. Can you sing? 3. I can ride a horse. Can you ride a horse? 4. I can swim. No, I Can you swim? 5. I can win a race. can t. Can you win a race? 6. I can paint pictures. Can you paint pictures? 7. I can read and write. Yes, I Can you read and write? 8. I can play the piano. can. Can you play the piano? 9. I can use a computer. Can you use a computer? 10. I can speak English. No, I Can you speak English? can t.
24 GRAMMAR SHEET 5 Verbs: like, want, need I like apples. I want a beautiful garden. I need more money. He likes apples. She wants a beautiful garden. A poor man needs money. What do you like? What do you want? What do you need? I like. I want.. I need.... I like. I want.. I need.... I like. I want.. I need.... My son likes football. He wants to play for England. He needs to train hard. My husband likes cars. He wants to be rich. He needs to work hard. My daughter likes music. She wants to be a pop star. She needs to practise. Verbs: play, work, live I play.. you play.. we play.. they play.. he plays.. she plays.. tennis the piano chess computer games the trumpet the violin football the drums I you we they he she work.. work.. work.. work.. works.. works.. part time every day at night from 9 to 5 at the weekend at home in the morning too hard I live.. you live.. we live.. they live.. he lives.. she lives.. in a house in a tent in London in a flat in a bungalow in America with friends in France
25 GRAMMAR SHEET 4 Verbs Verbs say what we are doing, how we feel and how we are : sit / play / love / feel / work / move / have Verbs change; they have different endings: to have / has / had / having to do / does / did / done / doing Verbs can be many words together: have got / has had / am having / will have had has worked / has been working / should have been working Verbs need a subject who or what is doing the action : I sit / he sits / the girl is playing / my leg hurts / the car is moving Verbs can look the same as nouns : (noun) my work is hard / (verb) I work hard I cough (verb) / I have a cough (noun) Verbs tell us when and how often something happens : I am working (right now) / I work (regularly) / I worked (before) * * * * * * * * * * * * * * It is important to know which words are verbs because we have to change the endings to give the right meaning. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * Find the verbs and underline them : My name is Bill. I am American. I live in the mountains near Canada. I ve got a wife, two children and a dog. My wife comes from the north of England. Our children go to school a long way away from our house. The other children at the school all travel a long way from their homes. In the winter there s sometimes a lot of snow. The school has to close if the roads are blocked, because the teachers can t get there.
26 GRAMMAR SHEET 3 Pronouns Choose from : my, your, our, their, his, her, its to say who a thing belongs to eg. Sam works well. Sam s work is good. 1. I work well. work is good. 2. You work well. work is good. 3. He works well. work is good. 4. She works well. work is good. 5. We work well. work is good. 6. They work well. work is good. 7. You sit here. This is seat. 8. He painted this picture. This is painting. 9. She s drinking that. That is drink. 10. I wrote that. That is writing. The actress is beautiful. / She is beautiful. The king is rich. / He is rich. The actress > she The king > he Which pronoun can take the place of the following nouns? eg: the actress = she, the king = he. Choose : I, you, he, she, it, we, they 1. the girl 2. the books 3. my husband and I 4. my son 5. her son 6. his book 7. his sister 8. our house 9. your children 10. his granddaughter 11. my daughters 12. your parents 13. her brother 14. the king s mother 15. the girl s book 16. our son s house 17. my sister s son 18. the baby s room 19. old people 20. young men
27 GRAMMAR SHEET 2 Pronouns: I / my, this / that I ve got a cat. My cat is white. This is not my cat. My cat isn t black. This is my cat. This isn t my cat That is not my cat. That isn t my cat. I ve got a rabbit. My rabbit is black. This is my rabbit. ) Is this my rabbit? No! That s not my rabbit. And that s not my rabbit! My rabbit is black. This is not my rabbit I ve got a bag. My bag is black. I haven t got a jacket. My jacket s at home. I ve got a pen. This is my pen. That s not my pen. My pen is blue. pen / book / letter / television / cup / phone / ball / cake / key / bell / guitar Hey! That s my money! Give me my money!
28 GRAMMAR SHEET 27 Sentence Structure ADD: a person; very; today; not; examples: I am happy. I am a happy person. She is not very happy. You are happy. I am very happy today. She is happy. ADD: outside; very; today; not; It is cold. ADD: a girl; very; young; English; She is beautiful. ADD: cakes; chocolate; with nuts; They are delicious. CHOOSE ADD an adjective: a noun: happy a person cold He is a girl very young She is a day delicious It is a cake not chocolate a student English beautiful ADD: not; in the morning; after 10.30am; on Mondays; We are at home. ADD: students; young; from a school in London; They are Chinese. We are English. You are American. JOIN TOGETHER: 1. They are American tourists. They are very clever. 2. She is a young girl. She is very beautiful. 3. He is a student. He is not very happy today. They live in London. 4. They are English students. They are visiting Hong Kong. They go to school in Hillingdon.
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Unit 1 Present Simple Name: 1 Write complete sentences. 1 listen / Jack/ MP3 player / every day Jack listens to an MP3 player every day. 2 emails / send / Dan / every day. 3 Kiera / send / text messages.
Unit 1 Present Simple 1 Write complete sentences. 1 listen / Jack/ MP3 player / every day Jack listens to an MP3 player every day. 2 emails / send / Dan / every day. 3 Kiera / send / text messages. 4 Sophie
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Celebrating are I can t tell who you are. blow Blow out the candles on your cake. light Please light the candles on the cake. measure Mom, measure how tall I am, okay? sing Ty can sing in a trio. taste
9 Adventures Focus Grammar Vocabulary personal experiences present perfect ever/never adventurous activities adjectives to describe experiences 1 Warm-up a Talk about the pictures with a partner. Where
Daily Routine of a Teenager Hello, my name is Raul. I am 16 years old. I was born in Spain. Now I live in Dublin. This is my typical day during the week. I get up at 7.30. I brush my teeth and get dressed.
Level 1 Lesson 8 EDIFY CAMBODIA EDIFY CAMBODIA LEVEL 1 LESSON 8 Page 1 LEVEL 1: LESSON 8 8.1 Gerunds and Infinitives 1) A gerund is a verb in its -ing form, used as a noun. For example, verbs like eating,
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2 UNIT Oops! There isn t any sugar. Topic Food, drinks and cooking Grammar Countable and uncountable nouns Some and any Vocabulary Food and drinks 16 4 meat 10 carrots Vocabulary 1a Do you like cooking?
Starter Module Guided Dialogues 1 3 in groups of three. A: Hi, Jane.? B: I m OK, thanks.? A: Fine, thanks, Dan. This is my friend Monique. B: C: Hi, Dan. Nice to meet you too. C: I m from France. C: No,
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8 1 My interests Vocabulary Free-time activities 1 Look at the pictures and complete the words with vowels and the letter y c h a t o n l i n e 2 p l y t n n s 4 g t t h g m 6 p l y n n s t r m n t 1 r
Verbal Irony where what is said or written is the opposite of what is meant Example: Mother comes into the TV room and discovers her 11-year-old watching South Park instead of doing his homework, as he
Writing 6 Name: Quiz 4 Practice I. Writing Narrative Essay. Write a few sentences to accurately answer these questions. 1. What is the goal of a narrative essay? 2. What makes a good topic? (What helps
16.2 Adverbs as Modifiers (Modifying Verbs) Practice 1 Adverbs Modifying Verbs Adverbs modify verbs, adjectives, or other adverbs. An adverb modifying a verb will answer one of four questions about the
12 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation A GRAMMAR 1 Complete the dialogue by putting the verbs in brackets into the present perfect or the past simple. A Have you seen (you / see) this film before? B
ENGLISH Level 2 ENGLISH BRITISH Answer Key WKA-ENB-L2-1.0 ISBN 978-1-60391-954-8 All information in this document is subject to change without notice. This document is provided for informational purposes
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Week 4: Thursday 1) 7,643 x 8 = 2) + = 3) 6,523 6 = 4) 8,300 5,678 = 5) While working on a group project for homework three girls snacked on chocolate bars. Each girl had a chocolate bar of the same size.
Lesson plan to go with Food Idioms L3, L4 Level 3 teachers may want to use portions of this lesson over several classes. WARM UP: Pull up the song You are the sunshine of my life on the internet or play
Банк заданий 7 кл. Тест 4_Англ_Лексика Грамматика_С-3 Choose the right variant Задание 1 Let s take [a later latest] train. Choose the right variant Задание 2 Computers are one of the[latest last] discoveries
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clauses www.compare4kids.co.uk Question Sheet 1 Underline the main clause in each sentence below. Although it was raining, we went outside to play. Jack was good at tennis, even though he had not had any
17 THE 'ZERO' CONDITIONAL 1. Form In 'zero' conditional sentences, the tense in both parts of the sentence is the simple present: 'IF' CLAUSE (CONDITION) MAIN CLAUSE (RESULT) If + simple present If you
mclass List A yellow mclass List B blue mclass List C - green wish care able carry 2 become cat above bed catch across caught add certain began against2 behind city 2 being 1 class believe clean almost
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Teacher s Guide James Bean with Gillian Flaherty 1 Contents Introduction 4 Scope and sequence 6 Unit 1 Some and any 9 Unit 2 Unit nouns 17 Unit 3 A lot of, many, and much 25 Unit 4 Comparatives and superlatives
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1 STD -II Question Bank English II II SEMESTER L- 11 Punctuation 1. Put the appropriate punctuation mark at the end of each of the following sentence: Veena will now sing the national anthem 2. Put the
1. Complete the sentences using will or won t: a) There be more cars in the future. b) I be twenty years old on my next birthday. c) I do an English test today. d) I eat lunch tomorrow. e) There be robots
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10 Going to work Look at the picture. These people work in a supermarket? What kind of jobs do you think they do? What you will do This unit is about work. You will learn how to: Listening and speaking
Welcome! Welcome to Youth United! 1 Complete the crossword. Down 1 piece of text giving information or trying to sell something (noun) (13) 2 a form with questions that you answer to enter a competition
Come to Live Book 9 Student s Book Listening Script Unit 1 p. 9 1-05 1. The noodles were as hot as boiling water. 2. The grapes are as big as plums and as juicy as oranges. 3. My sister sent me a postcard
5A Now and then 5 We ve gotten along well since we met. Grammar Present perfect with for and since Vocabulary Collocations with make and do Function Talk about length of time Get started 1 How would you
PASSIVE VOICE 52.1 Elementary. Complete the following passive voice sentences in the tenses suggested. This picture (always admire). -present His leg (hurt) in an accident. -past This exercise (do) very
Logged in 3 Unit Test Name: Class: Date: Mark: / 0 Vocabulary 1 Choose the correct answer. Laptops If you have a 1 instead of a desktop, there aren t any 2 because everything is already installed. When
Grade 5- Term 2 1 Wksht 1: Parts of a Paragraph Date: Most paragraphs have 3 main parts: 1. A topic sentence 2. Several supporting sentences 3. A conclusion sentence 1. The topic sentence is the most important
KS2 Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling 10-4-10 10 minutes a day for ten days s Easter Revision 2017 1 of 11 2017 10-4-10 Grammar, Punctuation & Spelling Day One: ANSWERS 1 bake, take, eat 2 Tom looked out
CORRECTION OF SENTENCES An incorrect sentence usually has some correction in one of the following areas. 1. Grammatical 2. Structural 3. Diction 4. Idiomatic 5. Morhological or meaning intended. Look out
TEST THREE PAPER 1 PART FOUR 75 Part 4 Questions 21 27 Read the article about a man who opened a restaurant, and then answer the questions. For questions 21 27, mark A, B or C on your answer sheet. OPENING
8 Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation A GRAMMAR 1 Make first conditional sentences. Example: If we / not leave / now / we / miss / the last bus If we don t leave now, we ll miss the last bus. 1 If Mark
2 Let s Eat! Lesson A Foods we like 1 Vocabulary Link Street foods A Read about these street foods. Which one(s) would you like to try? Why? -y = full of something : salty, spicy, oily, healthy,,, Street
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Summary On the windy prairies of the Southwest, Reba Jo meets a horned toad who makes a deal with her. When Reba Jo doesn t hold up her end of the bargain, the horned toad is offended and asks for a simple