2nd revision of english - 7th grade/ 8th grade – 3rd quarter

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2nd revision of english - 7th grade/ 8th grade – 3rd quarter

  1. 1. Luiza Collet – 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – October 1 Luiza Collet – 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – October CONTENT -Hotspot 4  Unit 20 – Skills: cross curricular  Unit 21 – Reporting what the others say using direct and reported speech.  Unit 22 – reporting what people ask using reported questions.  Unit 23 – reporting instructions and advice.  Unit 24 – Skills: cross-cultural HotSpot - Unit 21 GRAMMAR REPORTED AND DIRECTED SPEECH We use reported speech to report what people say. DIRECTED SPEECH PRESENT SIMPLE REPORTED SPEECH  Ex.: “I dance” she said. AM/ IS/ARE She said that she danced.  Ex.: “He is greedy” mom said. PRESENT CONTINUOUS  Ex.: ‘We have cried”, they said. PAST CONTINUOUS He said you were singing.  Ex.: ‘They were so nice!’ Joe said. PRESENT PERFECT WAS/WERE Mom said he was greedy. Ex.: “You are singing!” he said. PAST SIMPLE PAST SIMPLE PAST PERFECT He said they had been so nice.  PAST PERFECT They said that they had cried.
  2. 2. Luiza Collet – 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – October 2 -Notice we use quotation marks (‘…’ or “…”) in directed speech. Can  Could Will  Would May  Might Expressions Yesterday  The day before/ the previous day Tomorrow  The next day/ the following day Here  There. Say/ Tell   Say something. Tell somebody something. VOCABULARY  Apologise = (desculpar-se) say sorry  Break into = (arrombar)  Summary = (resumo)  Hang = (pendurar)  Burglar = thief (ladrão)  Burglary = (roubo)  PC (police constable) = PM (polícia militar)  Reply = (responder)  Rather = (bastante)  Forgetful = (esquecido, destraído - adjetivo) EXCERCISES a) b) c) d) e) f) 1. Write these sentences in the reported speech. “I play tennis”, she said. _________________________________________ “We had been sad”, they said. _________________________________________ “They will cry”, he said. _________________________________________ d)”She’s hungry”, we said. _________________________________________ “She might be happy”, I said. _________________________________________ “I’m tired”, he said. _________________________________________ 2. Write these sentences in the directed speech. 1) She said she loved swim. _____________________________________________
  3. 3. Luiza Collet – 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – October 3 2) 3) 4) 5) He told me he wouldn’t play with you. ________________________________ I said that I was happy. _______________________________________________ They said they had studied. ___________________________________________ She said she might be in her house next weekend. ____________________________________________ HotSpot - Unit 22 GRAMMAR REPORTED QUESTIONS We report questions in the form of statement, not like questions. We report like if we were answering the question made in the directed speech. It is the same rule of reported speech: present simple goes to past simple, present continuous goes to past continuous, etc. Ex.: “Can I dance?”, she asked. → She asked if she could dance. “ What’s your name?”, he asked. → He asked what my name was. Yes/ No Question My name was Charlie. We use “if” or “whether” when we are reporting yes/no questions. Directed Speech ‘Could you sing when you Examples where five?’ ‘Do you like English?’ Reported Speech She asked you if you could sing when you where five. She asked you whether you like English. Wh- questions Directed Speech Reported Speech ‘What is your dog’s name?’ He asked you what your dog’s name was. ‘Where did you play?’ She asked you where you had played. ‘What have done?’ They asked you what you had done. Examples
  4. 4. Luiza Collet – 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – October 4 VOCABULARY  Pocket money = (mesada)  Annoyed = (irritado)  To blame = (culpar) EXCERCISES 1. Complete the sentences in reported speech. a) "I love this town", said John. John said _______________________________. b) "Do you like soccer ?" He asked me. He asked me _______________________________. c) "I can't drive a lorry," he said. He said _______________________________. d) "What have you decided to do?" she asked him. She asked him _______________________________. e) "I always wake up early," he said. He said _______________________________. f) "Where were you born?" he asked me. He wanted to know _______________________________. 2. John asked Lauren lots of things, but she was listening to music. You must help Lauren. Tell her what John has asked in the reported speech. a) ‘Have you tidied your room?’ ____________________________________________________ b) ‘Why were you so sad last weekend?’ ____________________________________________________ c) ‘Could you help me on my Science lesson?’ ____________________________________________________ ‘Why aren’t you answering me?’ ____________________________________________________
  5. 5. Luiza Collet – 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – October HotSpot - Unit 23 5 GRAMMAR REPORTING COMMANDS AND REQUESTS FORM We normally use: subject + verb in the past + object + to/ not to + infinitive Told, asked, order,etc. Affirmative Negative Examples: “Open your book”, the teacher told Jane. The teacher told Jane to open her book. “Don’t close the window”, he told me. He told me not to close the window. “Could you pass me the salt?” asked Franklin for Maria. Franklin asked Maria to pass the salt. “Could you please not listen to music?” asked she. She asked me not to listen to music. VOCABULARY  To tease = (irritar, provocar)  To beat = [The team was beaten in the final. (Foi derrotado) He beat him! (ele [o derrotou), etc.].  Beat it = (expressão que quer dizer “fuja daqui”; “vá embora”)  To trip = (tropeçar)  To bother = (incomodar)  Request = (pedido)  Childhood = (infância) EXCERCISES 01. Complete the reported command sentences. a) She said, "Go upstairs." → She told me ____________________
  6. 6. Luiza Collet – 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 3rd Quarter – October 6 b) "Close the door behind you," he told me. → He told me ____________________ c) "Don't be late," he advised us. → He advised us ____________________ d) Stop staring at me," she said. → She told him ____________________ e) "Could you please stop shouting? he said. → He asked her ____________________ f) "Leave me alone," she said. → She told me ____________________ g) "Don't drink and drive," she warned us. → She warned us ____________________ h) "John, stop smoking," she said. → She told John ____________________ i) "Don't worry about us," they said. → They told her ____________________ j) "Could you close the door?" he asked. → He asked me ____________________ 02. Write a bullying situation. Use the prompts to help you. ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ STUDY WELL!  This study was corrected by the teacher.

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