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  1. 1. Grammar file 1 English File 11 Verb be : present simple s Short answer ✗ s Positive + I am. I ’m not. I ’m you you we are. we aren’t. You ’re Yes, they No, they He he he She ’s German. she is. she isn’t. It it it We You ’re s s Don’t use contractions in + positive short answers. They Are you tired? Yes, I am.  Yes, I’m. Contractions ’m = am ’s = is ’re = are Word order in questions s There are three forms: am, is, and are. s + s ? s There are eight personal pronouns: I, Subject Verb Verb Subject you (singular), he, she, it, we, you (plural), and they. You ’re Polish. Are you q Polish? She ’s from Tokyo. Where ’s she q from? s you (s.) and you (pl.) are the same. s Negative – s s Put the verb before the subject in ? questions. I ’m not 2 Adjectives (1) You He’s We aren’t She’s French. They Italian. We’re He She isn’t s Adjectives don’t change. It 3 Imperatives Contraction n’t = not Verb s + Imperative s Imperative – s Use not after the verb to make s negatives. – open Open the door, please! Don’t open the door. s Question ? s There are only two forms: positive and negative. Am I s Singular and plural imperatives are the same. you 4 Possessive adjectives (1) Are we they Japanese? I my My name’s Sophie. you your What’s your name? he he his His name’s Harrison Ford. Is she ➤ ➤ it she her Her name’s Suzanna. ➤ ➤ s Use his for a man and her for a woman. 5 Capital letters I’m Spanish. Poland Wednesday Mike s Use CAPITAL letters for pronoun I, nationalities, countries, days, and names. © Oxford University Press
  2. 2. Grammar check 1 English File I1 Verb be: contractions Complete the sentences. e 1 I am I’m fine. I’m not tired 2 you are a student. You a teacher. 3 he is Mexican. He Brazilian. 4 she is from Vienna. She from Salzburg. 5 it is a computer. It a TV. 6 we are in room 10. We in room 11. 7 they are African. They European.2 a Questions / Short answers Write the questions. Use capital letters. b Complete the answers. Questions Answers 1 issheegyptian? Is she Egyptian? No, she isn’t. 2 aretheyfromitaly? Yes, they . 3 isthisyourpen? No, it . 4 areyougerman? No, I . 5 isitfridaytoday? Yes, it . 6 areyoufromtokyo? No, we .3 Word order in questions Write questions. 5 Possessive adjectives Complete with my, your, ○ ○ Use contractions. his, or her. ○ ○ 1 your what is name ? What’s your name? 1 He’s Chinese but passport is American. ○ ○ ○ 2 teacher is your who ? 2 I’m from Milan and name’s Luigi. ○ ○ 3 What’s name? Where are you from? ○ 3 York you are from New ? ○ 4 She isn’t here but bag’s on the desk. ○ ○ ○ 4 today how you are ? ○ 6 Grammar words Match the word and example. ○ ○ 1 adjective d a What’s her name? ○ 5 this his is file ? ○ 2 capital letter b e ○ ○ 3 imperative c be ○ 6 they are from where ? ○ 4 verb d tired ○ e I’m not British. ○ 5 question ○ f Come here. ○ 6 negative sentence ○4 Imperatives Complete. g A ○ 7 positive ○ e ○ ○ ○ 1 Ask your teacher. Don’t ask your teacher. ○ ○ 2 Listen to the cassette. ○ ○ 3 Don’t look at your ○ ○ book. ○ ○ 4 Answer the question. ○ ○ ○ 5 Don’t write the words. ○ ○ © Oxford University Press

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