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2 NEW ENGLISH FILE Elementary 3 File 1 1A. Nice to meet you 1B. I’m not English 1C. His name, her name 1D. Turn off your mobiles! 4 1A. Nice too meet you 1. Saying hello Listen and read 1. A. Hi. I‟m Tom. What‟s your name? B. Anna. A. Sorry? B. Anna! 5 2. A. Hi. Dad. This is Dave B. Hello. Nice to meet you. C. Nice to meet you. 3. A. Good evening. What‟s your name? B. My name is Janet Leigh. A. You are ion room 5. 6 2. Grammar: Present tense verb be • Use the capital I. I‟m a teacher. • You = singular and plural. • Use he for a man, she for a woman, and it for a thing. • Use they for people and things. • Use contractions in conversation. 7 Full form I am your teacher. You are in room 13. He is James. She is Marta. It is a school. We are students. You are in class 2. They are teachers. Contraction I‟m your teacher. You‟re in room 13. He‟s James. She‟s Marta. It‟s a school. We‟re students. You‟re in class 2. They‟re teachers. 8 1B. I’m not English. I’m Scottish 1. Vocabulary: countries and nationalities 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Japan – Japanese Germany – German China – Chinese Italy – Italian The United State – American Russia - Russian 9 2. Grammar: • Put not after verb to make negative • You can also contract are not and is not like this: - You‟re not Italian. - She‟s not Polish. • In questions put, be before he / she … 10 • Negative: Full form Contraction I am not I‟m not You are not You‟re not She/ he/ it is not She/ he/ it‟s not Italian. We are not We‟re not You are not You‟re not They are not They‟re not 11 • Question: Am I I am I‟m not Are you you are you aren‟t Is she/he/it German? Yes, she/he/it No, she/he/it isn‟t is Are we ye are we aren‟t Are you you are you aren‟t Are they they are they aren‟t 12 1C. His name, her name 1. Pronunciation: the alphabet Listen and repeat the words and sounds A J R B K S C L T D M U E N V F O W G P X H Q Y I Z 13 2. Grammar: Possessive adjectives • His = of a man, her = of a woman, its = of a thing • Their = of men, women, or things. • Possessive adjectives don‟t change with plural nouns. • Be careful with its and it‟s. It‟s = it is (It‟s a school.) Its = possessive (Its name is …) 14 1D. Turn off your mobiles 1. Vocabulary: the classroom, common objects • Table, board, TV, CD player, window, door, light, picture, video, wall, chair. • Address book, tissues, coins, mobile, keys, identity card, lipstick, purse. • Cigarettes, comb, credit card, diary, dictionary, file, glasses, lighter, magazine, matches, newspaper, pen, pencil, photo, stamp, sunglasses, umbrella, wallet, watch. 15 2. Grammar: A, a, an, the, plural, this, that, these, those 2.1. Articles: a/ an, the • Use a / an with a singular noun. • Use an with a noun beginning with a vowel (a, e, i, o, u). • Use the when we know which. • Use the with singular and plural nouns. 16 A or an or nothing? • bananas egg • water bread • potato wine • milk tomato • coffee orange • rump steak orange juice ice cream cheese cabbage money 17 1D. Practice 1 a, an, the or nothing (x)? 1) What‟s ___ time? 2) My brother‟s ___ architect. 3) I like steak, but I do not like ___ eggs. 4) She lives in ___ nice flat on ___ fifth floor of ___ old house. 5) Mary is ___ John‟s sister. 18 1D. Practice 2: the or nothing (x)? 1. There are 424 calories in 100g of ____ cheese. 2. Tomatoes are in ___ fridge. 3. ___ potatoes are not very expensive. 4. There are no calories in ___ water. 5.“ Where are___ bananas?”. “ On ____ table”. 6. ____ wine is expensive in Britain. 7.“ We‟ve got one orange and one banana,” “I‟ll have___ orange.” 19 1D. Practice 3 a, an, the or nothing (x)? • This is ___ easy question. • Stephen could you speak ___ little louder? • May I have your ___ phone number? • May I ask you ___ question? • Astrid is ___ best teacher in our school. • What is ___ name of the next station? • My girlfriend has ___ my car today. • Is there ___ cash machine near here? 20 2.2. Nouns: Singulars  Plurals • Add -s to make plural nouns. • Regular: • -s daughter  daughters parent  parents • - ending in “y”  „i‟ + es family  families secretary  secretaries • - ending in “s, x, o, ch, sh” + es address  addresses six  sixes 21
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