Bt1 lesson 12

130 views

Published on

Published in: Sports
0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
130
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
1
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Bt1 lesson 12

  1. 1. Lesson 12: “At the post office” New vocabulary words: Stamps: 1-Bring down one’s foot heavily on the ground or on something on the ground. Ex: he stamped his foot in frustration. 2-Impress a pattern or mark using an engraved or inked block. Ex: The women stamped my passport. 3-Airmail stamp is a postage stamp intended to pay either an airmail fee that is charged in addition to the surface rate. N.B: Airmail stamps should not be confused with airmail etiquettes (=label) used to indicate that a letter is to be sent by airmail. Addressee: The person or organization to whom something is addressed. It means a person who receives something. Bottom: Lowest part of anything Clerk: 1- A salesperson in a store. 2- An employee who performs clerical works. 3- Keeps records or accounts. Registered mail: A letter sent via registered mail in order to assure safe delivery, the addressee must sign for it. Moneyorder: An order for the payment of specific amount of money, usually pay at a bank or post office.
  2. 2. The use of ”an, a, per, each” in expressions of price or frequency. When to say “a” or “an”? A+ Consonant sound: a cat, a game, a very fat women. An+ Vowel sound: An apple, an old guy… Ex (page 13): That’s 29 cents astamp. She goes to the post office once a month. The speed limit is 55 miles an hour. When to say “per” or “Each”? Per: 1- for each 2- As directed by or stated in 3-By Ex: The speed limit is 35 miles per hour. Per your advice, I accepted their offer. The potatoes are $ 1.50 per kilo. (Page 13) Those candies cost $5 00 per pound. Each: Every one of two or more people or things considered separately. Ex (p.13): You should study English at least twice each week. She walks to works twice each week.
  3. 3. Verbs followed by the infinitive Verbto-infinitive I hope to see you next week. We really need to talk. She promised to do all of her homework before going out. Verbs followed by a gerund. Gerund is a noun made from a verb by adding “ing”. Ex: 1- Reading helps you learn English: Subject of sentence 2-Her favorite hobby is reading: Complement of sentence. 3-I enjoy reading: Object of sentence. Verbs Followed by an Infinitive She agreed to speak before the game. agree aim appear arrange ask attempt be able beg begin care choose condescend consent continue dare decide deserve detest dislike expect fail forget get happen have hesitate hope hurry intend leap leave like long love mean neglect offer ought plan prefer prepare proceed promise propose refuse remember say shoot start stop strive swear threaten try use wait want wish permit postpone practice quit recall report resent resist resume risk spend (time) suggest tolerate waste (time) Verbs Followed by a Gerund They enjoyed working on the boat. admit advise appreciate avoid can't help complete consider delay deny detest dislike enjoy escape excuse finish forbid get through have imagine mind miss

×