Use of english general revision 1 st term 2nd eso

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    1. 1. USE OF ENGLISH Revision
    2. 2. MAIN VERBS TO BE Affirmative I’m You’re He’s She’s It’s We’re You’re They’re Negative I’m not You aren’t He isn’t She isn’t It isn’t We aren’t You aren’t They aren’t Interrogative Am I? Are you? Is he? Is she? Is it? Are we? Are you? Are they?
    3. 3. HAVE GOT ( POSSESSION) Affirmative I’ve got You’ve got He’s got She’s got It’s got We’ve got You’ve got They’ve got Negative I haven’t got You haven’t got He hasn’t got She hasn’t got It hasn’t got We haven’t got You haven’t got They haven’t got Interrogative Have I got? Have you got? Has he got? Has she got? Has it got? Have we got? Have you got? Have they got?
    4. 4. NOW….ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS… Where are you now?  Where are you from?  Where’s your schoolbag?  What have you got in your school bag?  Imagine your bedroom. Tell me 5 things you’ve got in your bedroom. 
    5. 5. RE FO MP XA LE… Now I’m in class  I’m from Catalonia  My school bag is next to my chair, under the table.  In my school bag I’ve got…  In my bedroom I’ve got … 
    6. 6. PRESENT SIMPLE We use it to talk about:  Routines  True statements We use it with adverbs of frequency: Sometimes, never, often, usually, hardly ever, always.
    7. 7. TALK ABOUT YOUR ROUTINES Explain your routines from 7:00 in the evening till 10:00 at night. Use adverbs of frequency.  Tell me something that is true.  Make a negative sentence using the Present Simple.  An interrogative one? 
    8. 8. REMEMBER! Add –s/es to the third person singular ( He, she ,it)  Make negative sentences with the auxiliar DON’T/DOESN’T ( 3rd p. sing: he, she, it)  Make interrogative sentences with the auxiliar: DO/DOES ( 3rd p.sing: he, she, it)  Add the frequency adverb BEFORE the verb and AFTER the verb to be. 
    9. 9. THERE’S/THERE ARE AND PREPOSITIONS
    10. 10. SOME/A NY s s te n c e tence n n ive se ive se t negat firma f d ve an m e: A i  So rogat r : Inte  Any
    11. 11. Wh SINGULAR at ca THERE’S: THERE ARE: PLURAL n yo u se e in this pict ur e?
    12. 12. COMPARING PEOPLE AND THINGS Add –er to one syllable adjectives and to adjectives ending in –y: colder, prettier, bigger  Add more to two or more syllable adjectives: more intelligent, more beautiful  EXCEPTIONS: good-better, bad-worse 
    13. 13. PRESEN T CONT INUOU S We use it to talk and write about things we are doing NOW, AT THIS MOMENT, TODAY, THIS WEEK...  We need the verb TO BE+VERB+ING  You’re studying English  He’s travelling to New York  They’re working in a school.  s t is a Wh he A g? n doi n ? cat e d th
    14. 14. DESCRIBE
    15. 15. WHEN DO WE USE PAST SIMPLE TENSE?  We use Past Simple Tense when we talk about completed actions in the past. Example: I washed my car yesterday. She ate pizza last night.
    16. 16. KINDS OF VERBS onlyenglishiii.blogspot.com Remember regular and irregular verbs.  Turn regular verbs to the past by adding –ed or –d.  Regular Verb Past Simple walk walked want wanted help helped decide decided agree agreed
    17. 17. If the verb ends with y preceded by a vowel, add –ed. If the verb ends with y preceded by a consonant, drop the y, turn it into i and add -ed. Regular Verb Past Simple play stay Stayed study Studied bury  played buried Study irregular verb list.
    18. 18. KINDS OF SENTENCES IN PAST SIMPLE TENSE  Affirmative sentences SUBJECT VERB IN PAST TENSE COMPLEMENT. Tom visited us last week. I ran in the competition.  Negative sentences SUBJECT DIDN’T VERB IN BASE FORM COMPLEMENT. Tom didn’t visit us last week. I didn’t run in the competition.
    19. 19. KINDS OF QUESTIONS IN PAST SIMPLE  Yes/No Questions DID SUBJECT VERB IN BASE FORM COMPLEMENT? Did Tom visit you last week?  Informative Questions WH WORD VERB IN BASE FORM DID SUBJECT COMPLEMENT? Where did you run last year?
    20. 20. WHAT HAPPENS WHEN WE USE THE VERB TO BE?  Recall its past tense WAS  WERE Negative Sentences Use the negative form or the contractions. Never use didn’t. WAS NOT WERE NOT WASN’T WERENT
    21. 21.  Yes/No Questions WAS / WERE SUBJECT COMPLEMENT? Was Irene in the house? Were they at the Mall?  Informative Questions WH WORD WAS / WERE COMPLEMENT? Why was Irene in the house? Where were you last night? SUBJECT
    22. 22. READY FOR DOING AN ACTIVITY?  Complete the following sentences with the past simple tense of the verb give. 1. I ______________ (go) to the movies with Ed. She ______________ (decide) to read the story. We ______________ (hurry) up doing the quiz. They ______________ (walk) to school. Sue _____________ (play) soccer. My dog ____________ (bury) its bone outside. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
    23. 23.  Read the sentences, and rewrite them as negative sentences. 1. My mom baked cookies for the party. _____________________________________ 2. Jim understood the exercise. ______________________________________ 3. We were at the concert. ______________________________________ 4. I was in the room with her. _______________________________________
    24. 24. by Eva Hugas

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