I YOU HE SHE IT WE YOU THEY PERSONAL PRONOUNS
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES MY YOUR HIS HER ITS OUR YOUR THEIR
DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS Those These Plural That This Singular Far Near
AM, IS, ARE I am – I’m You are – You’re He is – He’s She is – She’s It is – It’s We are – We’re You are – You’re They are ...
A  ei B  bi C  ci D  di E  i F  éf G  dgi  H  eidgi I  ai   J  dgei  K  kei  L  él    M  ém   N  én   O  ou  P  pi   Q  qu...
CARDINAL NUMBERS 0  zero / oh 1  one 2  two 3  three 4  four 5  five 6  six 7  seven 8  eight  9  nine 10  ten 11  eleven ...
COUNTRIES AND NATIONALITIES Italian Italy Spanish Spain French France English England Japanese Japan Canadian Canada Germa...
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Aula 4

  1. 1. I YOU HE SHE IT WE YOU THEY PERSONAL PRONOUNS
  2. 2. POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES MY YOUR HIS HER ITS OUR YOUR THEIR
  3. 3. DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS Those These Plural That This Singular Far Near
  4. 4. AM, IS, ARE I am – I’m You are – You’re He is – He’s She is – She’s It is – It’s We are – We’re You are – You’re They are – They’re I am (I’m) a teacher. I am (I’m) not a teacher. Am I a teacher? Yes, you are (you’re) a teacher. Yes, you are (you’re). No, you are not (aren’t) a teacher. No, you are not (aren’t). She is (she’s) a nurse. She is not (isn’t) a nurse. Is she a nurse? Yes, she is (she’s) a nurse. Yes, she is (she’s). No, she is not (isn’t) a nurse. No, she is not (isn’t). They are books. They are not (aren’t) books. Are they books? Yes, they are (they’re) books. Yes, they are (they’re). No, they are not (aren’t) books. No, they are not (aren’t). Verb to be
  5. 5. A ei B bi C ci D di E i F éf G dgi H eidgi I ai J dgei K kei L él M ém N én O ou P pi Q quiu R ar S és T ti U iu V vi W dãbou iu X écs Y uai Z zi A: What’s your first name? B: My first name is Janet . A: Spell it please. B: J – A – N – E – T A: What’s your last name/ surname? B: It’s Stevens A: Spell it please. B: S – T – E – V – E – N - S A: Thank you! B:Anytime THE ALPHABET
  6. 6. CARDINAL NUMBERS 0 zero / oh 1 one 2 two 3 three 4 four 5 five 6 six 7 seven 8 eight 9 nine 10 ten 11 eleven 12 twelve 13 thirteen 14 fourteen 15 fifteen 16 sixteen 17 seventeen 18 eighteen 19 nineteen 20 twenty 21 twenty-one 30 thirty 32 thirty-two 40 forty 43 forty-three 50 fifty 54 fifty-four 60 sixty 65 sixty-five 70 seventy 76 seventy-six 80 eighty 87 eighty-seven 90 ninety 98 ninety-eight 100 one hundred 200 two hundred 1.000 one thousand 2.000 two thousand 10.000 ten thousand 1.000.000 one million A: Hello. Please, What’s your phone number? B: My phone number is (55) 555-1234
  7. 7. COUNTRIES AND NATIONALITIES Italian Italy Spanish Spain French France English England Japanese Japan Canadian Canada German Germany Brazilian Brazil America The United States of America (U.S. / U.S.A.) Australian Australia NATIONALITY COUNTRY
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