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UNIT 1 Please call me Chuck. - Presents the language needed for names and titles, greetings, and introductions. - Wh-questions and yes/no questions, short answers, and statements with be. What is your name ? My name is first and last name
Information question What Whom Who Whose Where Why When How Which Possessive Adjective My xxxxx Your xxxxx His xxxxx Her xxxxx Its xxxxx Our xxxxx Your xxxxx Their xxxxx Titles Mr. Ms. Mrs. Miss Title + Last name Verb TO BE I am You are He She is It We You are They
UNIT 2 How do you spend your day? - How to talk about their jobs, schools, and daily routines. - Introduces simple present wh-questions and statements, and time expressions including prepositions. Do Does Go Goes Have has “ s” or “es” (x,sh,ch) I study at URBE He studies at URBE Preposition On In At After Around For Adjectives Early Late Adverbs Until Before I You We They Feel Have Do He She It Feels Has Does
What does he/she do?
Where does he/she work?
What does he/she do, exactly?
UNIT 3 How much is it? - Talk about money, especially with regard to shopping. - Introduces How much...? with demostratives this/that/these/those and the pronouns one/ones. 1- How much does it cost? It costs $30. 2- How much is it? It is $45. 3- How much is this necklace? This one? 4- How much are these earrings? Which ones? 5- How much is That? That one? 6- How much are those earrings? Which ones? 7- which one do you prefer? I prefer the blue one. - Ways of expressing preferences and making comparisons with adjectives are also presented. Adjectives Nice nicer Cheap cheaper Pretty prettier Big bigger Good better Bad worse Funny funnier Busy busier Easy easier More expensive Comparative Adjective Good better Bad worse Far farther further
cvc + c + “ er “
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UNIT 4 Do you like jazz? - How to talk about the topic of entertainment and personal likes and dislikes, and how to make invitations. 1- Do you like jazz? Yes, I do. I like it a lot. No, I don`t like it very much. Do you like movies? Yes, I do. I like them a lot. 2- Does he play piano? Yes, he does. He plays piano. No, he doesn`t play the piano. No, he doesn`t. He plays the guitar. 3- What kind of music do you like? I like salsa. 4- Who do they like? They like U2. - Presents yes/no questions with do, object pronoun, the modal would, and verb+to+verb constructions. Love Like Want Have Possessive Object Adjective Pronoun My me Your you His him Her her Its it Our us Your you Their them Verb TO DO Subject Pronoun I do You do He She does It We You do They
UNIT 5 Tell me about your family. - Introduces the theme of family life. - Practices the present continuous in questions and in statements, and presents the use of determiners. Getting Running Shopping Swimming Jogging Danceing Taking Writeing Driving Comeing Riding Liveing Making Giveing Closing Admitting Whispering Listening Drying Studying Crying Fixing Mixing Drawing Sewing Playing Staying Siblings 1. cvc + c + ing 2. Ends “e “ drop “ e “ add “ ing “ 3. Exception ( x, w,y) 4. 2 s y llable Verb TO BE + verb*ing I am You are He She is working It We You are They Stative Verbs (not ing) Have Love Like Know want Grandparents Parents Children Relatives
UNIT 6 How often do you exercise? - Introduces the topics of sports, exercise, fitness routines, and leisure activities. - Presents adverbs of frequency, questions with how, and short answers. The adverbs of frequency Definite: they go at the end of the sentence. Indefinite: They always go before the verbs. Exception: They go after the verb to be On >> over something In >> general - inside At >> specific Simple Present To Be To Go To Have To Do I am Go Have Do You are He She is Goes Has Does It We You are Go Have Do They 1. An Activity + ing --> GO. 2. Team sport --> PLAY. 3. Individual activity --> DO.
UNIT 7 We had a great time! - Practices describing daily, weekend, and leisure activities as well as vacations. - Introduces the past tense in wh- and yes/no questions and statements with regular and irregular verbs. Re g ular Stopped Shopped Enjoyed Stayed Played Drawed Fixed Regular Cleaned Started Wanted Worked Watched Vacuumed Loved Closed Invited Danced Admitted Transfered Transmitted Whispered Visited Listened Studied Cried Tried Irregular Run – ran Feel – felt Buy – bought Swim – swam Pay – paid Do – did Go – went See – Saw Meet – Met Sleep – Slept Drink - Drank 1. cvc + c + ed 2. Ends “e “ add “ d “ 3. Exception (w,y,x) 4. 2 s y llable Simple Present Past To Be I am was You are were He She is was It We You are were They
UNIT 8 How do you like the neighborhood? - Introduces language used to talk about places. - Presents several grammar points: there is/there are, prepositions for describing locations. and countable uncountable nouns with how much and how many. Preposition of place On In In front of In back of Behind Under Next to Near Close Far Between Across from On the corner of Quantifiers Some Any A lot of A little Much A few Many Count and non-count Uncountable or non-count Countable or count Statements Affirmative Negatives and questions Singular Use a or an Plural Use s or es There is There are Hay