My brother’s name isJohn. He’s 22 yearsold, and he works asa waiter.
He gets up at teno’clock in themorning, and healways has lunch athome.
Then he goes towork at five o’clockin the afternoon. Heworks until midnightand he never goes tobed before oneo’clock in themorning.
He likes soccer,reading and cookingbut he doesn’t likecleaning or makingthe beds.
2. MATCH THE TOPICS TO THEPARAGRAPHS.A. JHON’S HOBBIES ___________ PARAGRAPH 3B. HIS DAILY ROUTINE ___________ PARAGRAPH 2C. HIS NAME, AGE AND JOB ___________ PARAGRAPH 1
3. ANSWER THE GRAMMAR QUESTIONS.Find likes and like (paragraph 3). When do we use likes?And like? How many verbs in the composition end in – s?Why?Diana uses the form likes for the third person singular because sheis talking about her brother John (he). She uses like in the negativewith doesn’t.There are six verbs which end in –s: works, gets, goes, works, goesand likes, because this is the verb form for the third person singularhe in the affirmative.Find always and never in paragraph 2. Are they before orafter the verb? Before or after the subject of the verb? Always and never go between the subject and the verb.
NOW IT’S YOUR TURN!4. MAKE NOTES ABOUT A MEMBER OF YOUR FAMILY OR AFRIEND. USE THESE HEADINGS: 1. Name 4. Daily routine 2. Age 3. Studies / work 5. Likes /dislike5. LOOK AT THE GREEN WORDS. CAN YOU USE THEM INYOUR COMPOSITION? A ) My brother’s name is John. B ) He’s 22 years old. C ) He gets up at ten o’clock in the morning. D ) He likes soccer, reading and cooking.
6. WRITE YOUR COMPOSITION USING DIANA’SCOMPOSITION AS A MODEL.