3th – Study of English6th Grade – 2012 – April –1st quarter - TeacherPatrícia SalvoSubject   Hotspot (student book/ activ...
Part 1 - Teory                             Object Pronouns                  Subject Pronouns           Object Pronouns    ...
Hot Spot- Unit 8                                     Revision, read this unit (page 24 and 25).                           ...
Comparative form of adjectivesUsamos o “comparative form of adjectives” para compararpessoas e objetos entre si.1- Adjetiv...
   Great grandmother ( bisavó )               Stepmother ( madrasta )               Grand daughter ( neta )            ...
my family, because doesn’t know what we’re doing, so she tries to                      imitate, doesn’t know how!LOOK TO P...
Like don’t like/ love/ hate + ingWe put the termination “ing” in the verbs when we are talking withemocional things: like,...
    Half brother _____________               Step brother _____________               Niece ___________________        ...
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  1. 1. 3th – Study of English6th Grade – 2012 – April –1st quarter - TeacherPatrícia SalvoSubject  Hotspot (student book/ activity book) - Unit 7 -Unit 8 - Unit 9 - Unit 10  Contend - Object Pronouns - Comparative form of adjectives - Superlative form of adjectives - Verb “have got”(present) - Like don’t like/ love/ hate + ing - Can (ability) 1
  2. 2. Part 1 - Teory Object Pronouns Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns I Me You You He Him She Her It It We Us You You They Them Hot Spot – Unit 7Let’s recycle! What is made of… (Complete)PAPER- GLASS – CARDBOARD – METAL – PLASTICPAPER GLASS CARDBOARD METAL PLASTICBook Jar Box Can Pots Packet Bottle wrappersVocabularyBin = lixoLorry = caminhãoRubbish = lixoLitter= lixoWaste= desperdício 2
  3. 3. Hot Spot- Unit 8 Revision, read this unit (page 24 and 25). Hot Spot – Unit 9 – Comparative form of adjectives Friends 1 – Are you older than your friend? 2- Are you better at sport than your friend? 3- Are you more talkative than your friend? 4- Are you funnier than your friend? 5 – Are you more hard-working than your friend?QUESTIONS 6 – Are you smaller than you friend?  Yes, I am. 7 -Are your hair longer than your friend’s hair?  No, I’m not.  We ‘re the same. 8- Are you funnier than your friend? 9- Are you biggest than your friend? 10- Are you fatter than your friend? Grammar Spot Nyree is taller than Tasmin. Tasmin is more talkative than me. Are you better at sport than your friend? 3
  4. 4. Comparative form of adjectivesUsamos o “comparative form of adjectives” para compararpessoas e objetos entre si.1- Adjetivos “curtos” (uma ou duas sílabas FONÉTICAS). Acrescentamos a terminação “er”. Ex.: I’m taller than my brother.2- Adjetivos “longos” (três ou mais sílabas FONÉTICAS)usamos, antes de colocar o adjetivo, colocamos “most”. Ex.: She’s beutiful. I’m more beutiful than her. EXCEPTIONS Adjective Comparative Superlative good better Best Bad worse worst SPELLING 1- Short adjectives ending in vowel and consonant, we double the consonant. BIGGER FATTER 2- Short adjectives ending in “y”, we put the termination “-ier”. FUNNY = FUNNIER HAPPY= HAPPIER Hot Spot – Unit 10 –superlative form of adjectives Family  Mother ( mamãe )  Father ( papai )  Sister ( irmã )  Brother ( irmão )  Baby ( bebê )  Uncle ( tio )  Aunt ( tia )  Cousin ( primo )  Son ( filho )  Daughter ( filha )  Stepdaughter ( enteada ) 4
  5. 5.  Great grandmother ( bisavó )  Stepmother ( madrasta )  Grand daughter ( neta )  Grand son ( neto )  Great – aunt ( tia avó )  Great – uncle ( tio avô )  Great grandfather ( bisavô )  Half brother ( meio irmão)  Step brother ( irmão que não é de sangue)  Niece (sobrinha )  Nephew (sobrinho) Superlative form of adjectives Use Usamos o “superlative form of adjectives” para comparar uma pessoa ou objeto (ou pessoas e objetos) com um grupo .Geralmente usamos “the” antes da forma superlativa. Ex : I’m the most handsome person in my family ( estou me comparando a um grupo, no caso o grupo é a família.) 1. Short adjectives = we put the termination “est” in the adjective. Ex.: fat (the fattest). 2. Long adjectives = we put “most” before the adjective. Ex.: intelligent (the most intelligent). EXEPETIONS Good = the best Bad = the worst ESSAY – My family Today, I will talk about my Family. I love my family so much. My father Richard, is the most hard-working person in my family, because he’susually working, he has a site and he is always making the site better. Mymother Lidia, is the fittest person in my family. In the morning, she alwaysgo to the gym. My sister Gem is the most intelligent, she always answersmy questions. Fili has the best sense humor in my family, he laughs every day! Ally is the most glamorous person in my family, she always putslipstick on and uses a pink bag. Harry is the cutest and funniest person in 5
  6. 6. my family, because doesn’t know what we’re doing, so she tries to imitate, doesn’t know how!LOOK TO PRACTICE!Adjectives Comparative SuperlativeBig Bigger than… The biggestNice Nicer than… The nicestIntelligent More intelligent than… The most intelligentGenerous More generous than… The most generousPolite More polite than… The most politeHard-working More hard-working The most hard-working than…Good at sport Better at sport than… The best at sportFunny Funnier than… The funniestTalkative More talkative than… The most talkativeKind Kinder than… The kindestFit Fitter than… The fittestBeautiful More beautiful than… The most beautifulFriendly Friendlier than… The friendliestFat Fatter than… The fattestStrong Stronger than… The strongest Verb has got Subject Verb has got (present) Pronouns I Have got You Have got He Has got She Has got It Has got We Have got You Have got They Have got 6
  7. 7. Like don’t like/ love/ hate + ingWe put the termination “ing” in the verbs when we are talking withemocional things: like, don’t like, love hate…Ex.:I like eating pizza.I hate getting up early.Part 2 – Practice1 - Complete Subject Pronouns Object Pronouns I You He She It We You They2 – What means in Portuguese? Complete.  Mother _________  Father __________  Sister ____________  Brother __________  Baby ____________  Uncle ___________  Aunt ____________  Cousin ___________  Son ______________  Daughter __________  Stepdaughter _________  Great grandmother _________  Stepmother ________  Grand daughter ____________  Grand son ___________  Great – aunt ____________  Great – uncle ___________  Great grandfather______________ 7
  8. 8.  Half brother _____________  Step brother _____________  Niece ___________________  Nephew _________________3 - CompleteAdjectives Comparative SuperlativeBig Bigger than…Nice Nicer than…Intelligent The most intelligentGenerous The most generousPolite More polite than…Hard-workingGood at sportFunnyTalkativeKindFitBeautifulFriendly The friendliestFat The fattestStrong 4- Complete Subject Verb has got (present) Pronouns Have got Have got He Has got She Has got Have got You They 8

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