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What's your home like?

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What's your home like?

What's your home like?


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  • 1. What's your home like? GRAMMAR FOCUS: There is / There are a / an / some / any By M.D. Sandra Elizabeth Meza Peña
  • 2. VOCABULARY
  • 3. House Garage
  • 4. Cupboard
  • 5. Garden Fence
  • 6. Kitchen Bathroom
  • 7. Bedroom Living room
  • 8. Basement Laundry room
  • 9. Hallway Stairs
  • 10. Office Dining room
  • 11. Roof Window
  • 12. Garden Flower garden
  • 13. Fireplace Chimney
  • 14. Driveway Gate
  • 15. Attic
  • 16. Upstairs Downstairs
  • 17.  
  • 18. GRAMMAR FOCUS
  • 19. There is / There are / a / an / some / any
    • We use “There is” with singular things or places.
    • Example: There is a red house.
    • There is an orange chair in the garden.
    • There is a blue car in the garage.
    • We use “a” with a singular thing that starts with a consonant. With nouns that start with a vowel we use “an” .
    • Example: a house an elevator
    • a kitchen an oven
    • a tree an orange door
  • 20. There is / There are / a / an / some / any
    • We use “There are” with plural things or places.
    • Example: There are two red house s .
    • There are three dressers in the house.
    • We use “some” instead of using the amount of things that we are identifying.
    • Example: There are some red house s .
    • There are some dressers in the house.
  • 21. There is / There are / a / an / some / any
    • We use “any” with negative statements.
    • Example: There aren´t any houses in this place.
    • There isn´t any bed in the bedroom.
    • We use “any” in questions too.
    • Example: Is there any garage in the house?
    • Yes, there is. / No, there isn't .
    • Are there any restaurants nearby?
    • Yes, there are. / No, there aren't
  • 22. PRACTICE
  • 23.
    • INSTRUCTIONS: Complete the following sentences using
    • is, isn´t, are, aren´t and the names of different objects according to what you see in the picture.
    • There _______________ stairs in the classroom.
    • There ________________ students in the class.
    • There _____________________________in the class.
    • There _______________________in the class.
    • There _____________________________ in our classroom.
  • 24.
    • Identify what you can see in the following picture using “There is / There isn´t / There are / There aren´t / a / an /some / any”.
  • 25.
    • Identify what you can see in the following picture using “There is / There isn´t / There are / There aren´t / a / an /some / any”.
  • 26.
    • Identify what you can see in the following picture using “There is / There isn´t / There are / There aren´t / a / an /some / any”.
  • 27. What about your place?
    • In my house…… True False
    • There is a big living room.
    • There are curtains on every window.
    • There's a television in my bedroom.
    • In my neighborhood..… True False
    • There's a subway station.
    • There are nice stores.
    • There are good restaurants.
  • 28. Now its time for practicing in your books.