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In this presentation you will learn how to introduce yourself or other people, also you will practice, pronouns, verb to be, and possesive adjectives

In this presentation you will learn how to introduce yourself or other people, also you will practice, pronouns, verb to be, and possesive adjectives

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    • Introducing yourself! Mr. Jaramillo
    • Read the conversation and practice with your classmates: Lety: Hello guys! Welcome to my party! Jason: Hi Lety, happy birthday! Lety: Oh Jason, thanks a lot. Jason: Do you remember Kathy? She is my cousin from Brazil. Lety: Yes, of course, how are you Kathy? Kathy: Pretty good Lety, happy birthday! This is my boyfriend Mark, he is from Dallas. Mark: Hi, Nice to meet you Lety. Lety: Nice to meet you too. Well, enjoy the party I will see you later.
    • Countries and nationalities
    • Mexico / Mexican Argentina / Argentine Australia / Australian Canada / Canadian China / Chinese Colombia / Colombian France / French Germany / German Greece / Greek
    • Japan / Japanese Portugal / Portuguese Russia / Russian Spain / Spanish United States of America / American Venezuela / Venezuelan Italy / Italian Egypt / Egyptianc Brazil / Brazilian
    • WHERE ARE YOU FROM? ACROSS 1.- Mike is from United States. He is _____________________. 2.- Felipe Calderon is a President. He is ____________________. 3.- Antonio Banderas is a good actor. He is from __________________. 4.- I met a chinese friend in the internet. He is from____________. 5.- My girlfriend is Germany. She is from _________________. DOWN 6.- My family is Russian. We’re from _____________________. 7.- Sarah is Canadian. She is from _____________________. 8.- Louis speaks French. He is from France. He is __________________. 9.- My aunt Sandra is from Chile. She is _______________________. 10.- Carlos is Peruvian. He lives in ___________________. A M E R I C A N M E X I C A N S P A I N C H I N A G E R M A N IA US AN D A FRE CH H LEAN P RU 5 3 7 6 1 2 8 10 4 9
    • Wh-questions Excuse me what’s your name? My name is Jane What’s your first last name? My first last name is Smith How do you spell Smith? It’s S-m-i-t-h What’s your telephone number? It’s 555-668-877 What’s your address? It’s on First Street 558 Would you like a cup of coffee? Where are you from? I’m from Canada. I’d like to, thanks.
    • And what’s her name? Her name is Jane. What’s her phone number? It’s 555-688-877 Where is she from? She ’s from Canada. She is Canadian. Tell me, what’s his name? His name is Tom. Where is he from? He ’s from United States. What’s his last name? His last name is Brown. Brown? Hey, I have a friend in United States too, and his last name is Brown.
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    • Pronouns and verb to be
    • Personal Pronouns Verb to be Contractions Negative Contractions Possesive adjectives You We They It She He You I are are are is is is are am You’re We’re They’re It’s She’s He’s You’re I’m You are not We are not They are not It is not She is not He is not You are not I am not You aren’t We aren’t They aren’t It isn’t She isn’t He isn’t You aren’t I’m not Your Our Their Its Her His Your My
    • Complete the next paragraph with pronouns, verb to be and possesive adjectives. Hello! My name ________ Mark. _______ Chicago, but I live in Houston Texas. _______ last name is Pearson. I have three brothers. My older brother is Mike. ________ is 15 years old, he _______ at the high school right now. Jason is twelve. ________ plays soccer every afternoon and ________ little brother is Tom, _______ is 4 years old. Mike has a girlfriend, ________ name is Susy. ________ _________ from Mexico. _________ is a student. My parents _________ teachers. _________ work in a Junior high school in the morning. _________ go to school by car and _________ go to school by bus. I have a pet. ______ _____ a dog. __________ name is blackie. ________ are a Happy family and ________ house is really big.
    • Questions with be
      • To form questions with the the verb to be, you only need to change the verb at the beginig.
      • Example:
      • Kathia is a very intelligent student.
      • Is Kathia a very intelligent student? Yes, she is / No she isn’t
      • We are in the same classroom.
      • Are we in the same classroom? Yes, we are / No we aren’t
      • The dog is dirty and hungry.
      • Is the dog dirty and hungry? Yes, it is / No it isn’t.
      • The children are good students.
      • Are the children good students? Yes, they are / No they aren’t
      • You are tired.
      • Are you tired? Yes, I am./ No, I’m not.
    • Practice. According to the picture answer yes or no.
      • Are they teachers?
      • _________________________
      • Is it a computer?
      • ________________________
      • Is she a woman?
      • ________________________
      • Are the children happy?
      • ________________________
      • Is he strong?
      • _________________________
      • Are you sick?
      • _________________________
      7. Are they pens? ________________________ 8. Is it delicious? ________________________ 9. Is mathematics difficult? ________________________ 10. Is it a plant? ________________________ 11. Is she an actress? _________________________ 12. Are you Japanese? _________________________
    • Let’s continue in your books!! More information: [email_address]