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  • 1. Revision Year 1 THIS/THESE-THAT/THOSE, POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES, POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS, PREPOSITIONS OF TIME, CAN / CAN’T, OBJECT PRONOUNS, LIKE + ING
  • 2. THIS / THESE – THAT / THOSE We use THIS / THESE when the objects are near the speaker. This is a computer These are balloons. THIS + SINGULAR NOUNS THESE + PLURAL NOUNS
  • 3. THIS / THESE – THAT / THOSE We use THAT / THOSE when the objects are far from the speaker. That is a house. THAT + SINGULAR NOUNS THOSE + PLURAL NOUNS Those are trees.
  • 4. THIS / THESE – THAT / THOSE
    • Questions
    • What is that?
    • That is an plane.
    • Is that a bird?
    • No, it is an plane.
    • What are those?
    • Those are books
    • Are those books?
    • Yes, they are books.
  • 5. POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES
    • My
    • Your
    • His
    • Her +
    • Its
    • Our
    • Their NOUN
  • 6. POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS
    • Use possessive pronouns in place of a possessive adjective + noun.
    • It’s my house / It’s mine.
    It’s theirs. It’s their car. It’s ours. It’s our car. It’s hers. It’s her car. It’s his. It’s his car. It’s yours. It’s your car. It’s mine. It’s my car. Possessive pronouns Possesive adjectives
  • 7. It is our school / It’s ours. It’s her horse / It’s hers. Whose is it? / Whose are they? It’s their book / It’s theirs. It’s his toy / It’s his.
  • 8. PREPOSITIONS OF TIME Times: At half past ten, at 8:40 Festival periods: At Christmas, Easter At night At the weekend AT Dates: On July 4 th Days: On Monday, On Christmas Day, on Valentine’s Day ON Months: In March, in August Years: In 1978, in 1066, in 2009 Seasons: In spring, in summer Times of day: In the morning, in the afternoon, in the evening IN
  • 9. CAN / CAN’T
    • Can is used to express ability.
    They can dance. He can play the guitar. He can play football. He can swim. He can skate.
  • 10. CAN / CAN’T Can they walk ? Can we sing? Can it run? Can she swim? Can he play? Can you dance? Can I cook? YES/NO QUESTIONS Yes, they can / No, they can’t Yes, we can / No, we can’t Yes, it can / No, it can’t Yes, she can / No, she can’t Yes, he can / No, he can't Yes I can / No I can’t Yes, you can / No, you can't SHORT ANSWERS They can not / can’t walk We can not / can’t sing It can not / can’t run She can not / can’t swim He can not / can’t play You can not / can’t dance I can not / can’t cook NEGATIVE They can walk We can sing It can run She can swim He can play You can dance I can cook AFFIRMATIVE
  • 11. OBJECT PRONOUNS
    • What do you think of…?
    Brad Pitt I like / love / don’t like / hate HIM. I think he’s OK / fantastic / great I think he’s awful / terrible. Nicole Kidman I like / love / don’t like / hate HER. I think she’s OK / fantastic / great I think she’s awful / terrible.
  • 12. OBJECT PRONOUNS
    • What do you think of…?
    The Beatles I like / love / don’t like / hate THEM. I think they are OK / fantastic / great I think they are awful / terrible. I like / love / don’t like / hate IT. I think it’s OK / fantastic / great I think it’s awful / terrible.
  • 13. Like + verb + ING He likes playing football. He doesn’t like studying. She likes playing golf. They LOVE eating ice cream. She hates cooking.