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  • 1. READ: The Taylor family at home It is eight o’clock. The Taylor family is home. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor are in the kitchen. Mrs. Taylor is washing the dishes and Mr. Taylor is cleaning the table. Donald Taylor is in the bedroom. He is writing a science report and he is working hard. Janice Taylor is playing the piano in the living room. She is practicing a very difficult piece. Dennis Taylor is in the basement with a friend, Carol. They are playing cards and watching television. It’s an interesting television show. They are having a good time. The Taylor family is always busy. Answer the question: 1. Where is the Taylor family? ………………………………….. They’re in their house. 2. What are Mr. and Mrs. Taylor doing? ……………………….. They’re homework. 3. What is Donald writing? ………………………………………. He’s a science report. 4. Who is playing the piano? …………………………………….. Janice Taylor. 5. Is she practicing an easy piece? ……………………………… No. She’s not. 6. What are Dennis and Carol doing? …………………………… They’re playing cards and watching television. 7. How is the television show? …………………………………… It’s an interesting show. 8. Are they having a good time? …………………………………. Yes. They are. Pronounce: - Alice is singing a sad song. Stop singing that song, Alice! - Vincent is sipping the soup fast. Stop sipping the soup so fast, Vincent! Conversation: Answering the phone and taking a message: Sandra: Hello? Richard: Hello. Is Donald there? Sandra: I’m sorry. He’s busy. Richard: Please give him a message. Sandra: Excuse me. Wait a minute. (To George) George. Give me a pencil, please. (George gives Sandra a pencil.) O.K. What’s the message? Richard: The game is tonight. Adaptation: 1. Donald? Is Donald there? Busy. I’m sorry. He’s busy. Sandra? Is Sandra there? Not here. No. She’s not here. Mr. Taylor? Is Mr. Taylor there? Sleeping. Yes. He’s sleeping now. Jane and Bill? Are Jane and Bill there? Working. No. They’re working.
  • 2. Mr. Donaldson? Is Mr. Donald there? Busy. Yes. But he’s busy. 2. Helen, a pencil. Helen. Give me a pencil please. Message/slowly. Please repeat the message slowly. David, a pen. David. Give me a pen please. Number/clearly. Please repeat the number clearly. Alice, a piece of paper. Alice. Give me a piece of paper please. Name/slowly. Please repeat your name slowly. Peter, a card. Peter. Give me a card please. Address/more slowly. Please. Repeat the address more Slowly. Ann, my notebook. Ann. Give me my notebook please. Last name/more clearly. Please, give me your last name more Clearly. Study: Requests: Please give him a message. Don’t forget. Notice the form of the requests: Affirmative; Listen. Be quiet. Study the lesson. Answer me. Affirmative requests begin with the simple form of the verb (listen, be, study). Negative: Don’t talk. Don’t forget the game. Don’t tell me. Negative requests begin with don’t (do not). Study 2 Polite request: Please repeat the message. Notice the position of please: Use please before or after a request. Affirmative: Please repeat the number. Please give me a pencil. Repeat the number, please. Give me a pencil, please. Negative: Please don’t forget. Don’t forget, please. Please don’t tell me. Don’t tell me, please.
  • 3. Practice: Make a negative and then an affirmative request. Use please at the beginning of the first request, and at the end of the second request. Stand of the chair. ……………………………………Please don’t stand on the chair. On the floor, …………………………………………..Stand of the floor, please. Sit on the floor. ……………………………………….Please sit down on the floor. On the chair, ……………………………………….Sit down on the chair, please. Speak fast. ……………………………………………Please, don’t speak so fast. More slowly, …………………………………………..Speak more slowly, please. Leave a message. ……………………………………Please, leave me a message. Your number, ………………………………………….leave your number, please. Repeat the message. …………………………………Please, repeat the message. The name, …............................................................repeat your name, please. Tell me your problem. ………………………………..Please, tell me your problem. The story, ……………………………………………..tell me your story, please. Study 3 Object pronouns: Excuse me. Notice the object pronouns me, him, her, us, etc. I’m busy. Excuse me. Watch your brother. Watch him. Ask Jane. Ask her. Write the lesson. Write it. Tell Frank and me. Tell us. Open your books. Open them. The object form of: I is me You you He him She her It it We us You you They them Verbs with two objects: Give me a pencil. Notice the position of the two objects: - Give a pencil to me. ……………………………………………….Give me a pencil. - Write a letter to him. ……………………………………………….Write him a letter. - Tell a story to us. …………………………………………………..tell us a story.
  • 4. - Use to with the object pronoun after a direct object: Give a pencil to me. - Omit to with the object pronoun before a direct object: Give me a pencil. Practice: 2. Make polite requests with to and the object pronoun. Then say the sentence again without to. Use the picture as cues. Please give the pencil to him. ………………………………….Please give him the pencil. Please read the book to her. …………………………………..Please read her the book. Please tell the story book to him. ……………………………..Please tell him the story book Please read the newspaper to them. …………………………Please read them the newspaper Please write a letter to him. …………………………………....Please write him a letter. Please give these books to john and me. ………………….…Please give us these books. Please tell the hours to her. ……………………………………Please tell her the hours. Please write a letter to them. …………………………………..Please write them a letter. Practice: 1. Tell the color of the items below: - The apple is red. – The bananas. – The grapes are purple. - The orange is orange. – The strawberries. – The pepper is green. - The carrots are orange. – The potatoes are brown. – The tomato is red. 2. Complete the sentences below by adding the appropriate color adjective. - He’s wearing a white shirt. – They’re wearing brown coats. - She’s painting a yellow flower. – He’s buying a gray hat. - They’re eating green apples. – She’s wearing black shoes. - He’s driving a red car. – she’s giving him an orange book. 3. Answer the questions according to the pictures. Use a color adjective before the noun in your answer. - What is he wearing? ………………………………………He’s wearing a green shirt. - What are they eating? …………………………………....They’re eating purple grapes. - What are they wearing? ………………………………….They’re wearing brown shoes. - What is she buying? ………………………………………She’s buying a blue dress. - What is he painting? ………………………………………He’s painting a black horse, - What is he giving her? …………………………………….He’s giving her a red flower. - What is he eating? …………………………………………He’s eating a green apple. - What is she driving? ……………………………………….She’s driving a orange car. Practice: This is a picture of Richard’s house. What color are the things in the picture? Form a question using the cues, and answer it according to the pictures. What color is the sky? ………………………………………..It’s blue. What color are the clouds? …………………………………..They’re white. What color is the house? ……………………………………..It’s white. What color is the door? ……………………………………….It’s red. What color are the flowers? ………………………………….They’re yellow. What color is the grass? ………………………………………It’s green.
  • 5. What color are the chairs? …………………………………..They’re yellow. What color is the car? ………………………………………..The car is gray. SPEAK: Francis: Please tell me a story. Elizabeth: about your father? Francis: No. Tell me a story about you. Elizabeth: I have an interesting story. Francis: Is it long? Elizabeth: No. It’s short. Francis: Please tell it to me. Richard: What are you doing? Donald: I’m making cookies. Richard: Are you a good cook? Donald: No. I’m not. But my cookies are good. Dear Maria, How are you? My family and I are fine. Robert and Susan are now in college. Robert is studying languages. Susan is studying chemistry. It’s a difficult subject, but she likes it. I am now captain of the soccer team. We practice every day after school. We have an excellent team. What are you doing? Please tell me. Write me a long letter. Send me pictures of you and your family. Don’t forget. Please give your family my love. Your friend, Richard. Answer the question. 1. What is Richard writing? …………………………………He’s writing a letter. 2. Where are Robert and Susan? ………………………….They’re in college. 3. Who is studying chemistry? ……………………………...Susan is. 4. What is Robert studying? ………………………………..He’s studying languages. 5. Is Richard captain of the soccer team? …………………Yes. He is. 6. How is the soccer team? ………………………………….They’re excellent team. Pronounce: Please, memorize, easy, music, rose, song, lesson, class, students, sit, sing, tourists. Please memorize the lesson. Is the lesson easy? Yes, it is. This is a music class. The students are singing songs. Rose and Susan are sitting together. Made by Ivan Bautista Diaz. 161009.