WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THESE SENTENCES? 1. I am a student. 5. He is a teacher. 2. You are a doctor. 6. He is a teacher. 3. We are engineers. 7. She is a nurse. 4. They are cooks / chefs. 8. It is a dog.
TO BE: PRESENT SIMPLE (AFFIRMATIVE)I AM HEYOU SHE ISWE ARETHEY IT
TO BE: PRESENT SIMPLE (NEGATIVE)I AM NOT HEYOU SHE IS NOT/WE ARE NOT/ ISN’TTHEY AREN’T IT
TO BE: PRESENT SIMPLE (INTERROGATIVE)Is she a teacher? Is he a doctor?No, she isn’t Yes, he is.
Are they engineers? Is he a doctor? Yes, They are. No, he isn’t.
Is she a nurse? Is it a cat?Yes, she is. No, it isn’t.
GRAMMAR AND VOCABULARY TO BE: PRESENT SIMPLE 1. LOOK AT THE PHOTOS. ANSWER THE QUESTIONS.1. Is it DVD? No, it isn’t. It is a dictionary.2. Are they CDs? No, they aren’t. They are DVDs.3. Is she in an internet café? No, she isn’t. She is in her house. The4. Is London the capital of the USA? No, it isn’t. It is the capital of England/UK.5. Are these people in Britain? No, they aren’t. They are in U.S.6. Are they in French? No, they aren’t. They are in an English class. 2. WRITE SEVEN QUESTIONS. THEN INTERVIEW THREE STUDENTS. FOR EXAMPLE: DAVID: What’s your last name? MARY: Green DAVID: And what’s your first name? MARY: Mary
3. Match the greetings in A with the answers in B. Thenlisten and check. A B 1. How do you do? a. Pleased to meet you, Sam 2. Good morning. b. Fine, thanks. 3. Nice to meet you. c. Hi. 4. How are you? d. How do you do? 5. Hello. e. Morning. 6. This is my friend, Sam f. Nice to meet you, too.
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