Structure  Lesson 1.  Facts , Superlatives  Lesson 1.  Facts , Superlatives  Lesson 2.  Record breakers Lesson 2.  Record ...
 
Click to edit Master text styles Second level <ul><ul><li>Third level </li><ul><li>Fourth level </li><ul><li>Fifth level <...
Expensive
Ancient
Famous
Small
Rich
large </li></ul><ul><li>Old
Tiny
Wealthy
Attractive
Big
Dear
Well-known </li></ul>MATCH adjectives to words of similar meaning
Click to edit Master text styles Second level <ul><ul><li>Third level </li><ul><li>Fourth level </li><ul><li>Fifth level <...
Click to edit Master text styles Second level <ul><ul><li>Third level </li><ul><li>Fourth level </li><ul><li>Fifth level <...
What’s the heaviest  land animal in the world? African elephant
Who lives in the largest palace in the world? Sultan  of  Brunei
The Great Wall of China is  the   longest  in the world. The elephant is  the   heaviest  land animal. This is  the most i...
Then complete the explanations: 1. One-syllable adjectives = adjective +  …  . 2. Adjectives ending in –y  = adjective +  ...
Complete sentence with the superlative form. <ul><li>The Nile is the … river in the world. </li><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><u...
Complete sentence with the superlative form. <ul><li>The Nile is  the longest  river in the world. </li><ul><ul><ul><ul><u...
Answer these questions? What do you think? <ul><li>Who is the wealthiest person in  Mongolia?
What is the most ancient building in  Mongolia?
What is the dearest car in Mongolia?
Which is the most well-known person in  Mongolia?
Which is the tiniest aimag in Mongolia?
Which is the largest aimag in Mongolia?  </li></ul>
Record breakers
Record breakers Your Text Here Read the sentences. <ul><li>He broke the world record for high jump  in  1999.
The Olympic games began  on  Monday  at  6 o’clock.
That boxer won the world heavy weight title  in  Hungary,  on  the 28th October 1983.
She won a gold medal  in  January last year.
The athletes went to bed late  at  night and got up early  in  the morning. </li></ul>
Click to edit Master text styles Second level <ul><ul><li>Third level </li><ul><li>Fourth level </li><ul><li>Fifth level <...
Read next  information  on world  Records and  Answer after  Questions!
Athletics: Running Men’s record 100m: 9.79 Maurice Greene (USA) Athens, Greece, 16 June 1999 Women’s record 5,000 m:  14:2...
Speed Skating Men’s record 500m: 34.76 Jeremy Wotherspoon (Canada ) Calgary, Canada, 20 Feb 1999 Women’s record 500 m:  37...
Athletics: Running Men’s record 100m: 9.79 Maurice Greene (USA) Athens, Greece, 16 June 1999 Women’s record 5,000 m:  14:2...
Cycling Men’s record 4 km: 4:11.114 Chris Boardman  (GB) Manchester, UK, 26 August 1996 Women’s record 3 km:  3:30.94 Mari...
1.Who broke the 5000m record in running? 2.Who broke the 4km record in cycling? 3.What record did Maurice Greene Break? 4....
1. Jiang Bo (China) 2. Chris Boardman (GB) 3. Maurice Greene set a  second in 100m running. 4. Catriona Le May set  a reco...
<ul><li>Three kinds of national sports, for example, horse racing, wrestling and archery;
The last competition you had at your school  </li></ul>
Identical twins
Strong  Shy  Kind  Beautiful  Tall  Talented  Young   Complete the sentences  with adjectives in the box. He is 2 m ____ ....
Read a magazine article.  WHY ARE THESE GIRLS FAMOUS? Mary-Kate and Ashley are identical twin sisters from the USA. They s...
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  1. 2. Structure Lesson 1. Facts , Superlatives Lesson 1. Facts , Superlatives Lesson 2. Record breakers Lesson 2. Record breakers Lesson 3. Identical twins Lesson 3. Identical twins Lesson 4. Possessions we love Lesson 4. Possessions we love Test Test
  2. 4. Click to edit Master text styles Second level <ul><ul><li>Third level </li><ul><li>Fourth level </li><ul><li>Fifth level </li></ul></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>Beautiful
  3. 5. Expensive
  4. 6. Ancient
  5. 7. Famous
  6. 8. Small
  7. 9. Rich
  8. 10. large </li></ul><ul><li>Old
  9. 11. Tiny
  10. 12. Wealthy
  11. 13. Attractive
  12. 14. Big
  13. 15. Dear
  14. 16. Well-known </li></ul>MATCH adjectives to words of similar meaning
  15. 17. Click to edit Master text styles Second level <ul><ul><li>Third level </li><ul><li>Fourth level </li><ul><li>Fifth level </li></ul></ul></ul></ul>Rewrite these sentences: He’s a rich man. He’s a wealthy man. This is the most attractive house in town. ……………………………………… . . Jackie Chan is a well-known actor. ……………………………………… . . Harhorin is the ancient capital of Mongolia. ……………………………………… . . A Ferrari is the dearest car in the world. ……………………………………… . .
  16. 18. Click to edit Master text styles Second level <ul><ul><li>Third level </li><ul><li>Fourth level </li><ul><li>Fifth level </li></ul></ul></ul></ul>Which is the longest wall in the world? The great Wall of China
  17. 19. What’s the heaviest land animal in the world? African elephant
  18. 20. Who lives in the largest palace in the world? Sultan of Brunei
  19. 21. The Great Wall of China is the longest in the world. The elephant is the heaviest land animal. This is the most interesting book in Mongolia. Read these facts:
  20. 22. Then complete the explanations: 1. One-syllable adjectives = adjective + … . 2. Adjectives ending in –y = adjective + … . 3. Two or more syllable adjectives = the … + adjective. - est - iest most
  21. 23. Complete sentence with the superlative form. <ul><li>The Nile is the … river in the world. </li><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>(long) </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><li>I think Australia is the … place in the world. </li><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>(attractive) </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><li>The whale is the … sea animal in the world. </li><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>(heavy) </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><li>Moscow is the … city in Russia. </li><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>(large) </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><li>The Gobi Desert is the … part of Mongolia. </li><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>(dry) </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><li>I think Paris is the … city in Europe. </li><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>(beautiful) </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul>
  22. 24. Complete sentence with the superlative form. <ul><li>The Nile is the longest river in the world. </li><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>(long) </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul><li>I think Australia is the most attractive </li></ul>place in the world. (attractive) <ul><li>The whale is the heaviest sea animal </li></ul>in the world. (heavy) 4. Moscow is the largest city in Russia. <ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><ul><li>(large) </li></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul></ul>5. The Gobi Desert is the driest part of Mongolia. (dry) 6. I think Paris is the most beautiful city in Europe. (beautiful)
  23. 25. Answer these questions? What do you think? <ul><li>Who is the wealthiest person in Mongolia?
  24. 26. What is the most ancient building in Mongolia?
  25. 27. What is the dearest car in Mongolia?
  26. 28. Which is the most well-known person in Mongolia?
  27. 29. Which is the tiniest aimag in Mongolia?
  28. 30. Which is the largest aimag in Mongolia? </li></ul>
  29. 31. Record breakers
  30. 32. Record breakers Your Text Here Read the sentences. <ul><li>He broke the world record for high jump in 1999.
  31. 33. The Olympic games began on Monday at 6 o’clock.
  32. 34. That boxer won the world heavy weight title in Hungary, on the 28th October 1983.
  33. 35. She won a gold medal in January last year.
  34. 36. The athletes went to bed late at night and got up early in the morning. </li></ul>
  35. 37. Click to edit Master text styles Second level <ul><ul><li>Third level </li><ul><li>Fourth level </li><ul><li>Fifth level </li></ul></ul></ul></ul>in on at … … in 1999 in January In the morning On Monday at 6 o’clock On the 28th of October at night
  36. 38. Read next information on world Records and Answer after Questions!
  37. 39. Athletics: Running Men’s record 100m: 9.79 Maurice Greene (USA) Athens, Greece, 16 June 1999 Women’s record 5,000 m: 14:28:09 Jiang Bo (China) Beijing, China, 23 October 1995
  38. 40. Speed Skating Men’s record 500m: 34.76 Jeremy Wotherspoon (Canada ) Calgary, Canada, 20 Feb 1999 Women’s record 500 m: 37.55 Catriona Le May (Canada) Calgary, Canada, 29 Dec 1997
  39. 41. Athletics: Running Men’s record 100m: 9.79 Maurice Greene (USA) Athens, Greece, 16 June 1999 Women’s record 5,000 m: 14:28:09 Jiang Bo (China) Beijing, China, 23 October 1995 Swimming: Freestyle Men’s record 200m: 1:46.67 Grant Hackett (Australia) Brisbane, Australia, 23 March 1999 Women’s record 200 m: 1:56.78 Franziska van Almsick (Germany) Rome, Italy, 6 September 1994
  40. 42. Cycling Men’s record 4 km: 4:11.114 Chris Boardman (GB) Manchester, UK, 26 August 1996 Women’s record 3 km: 3:30.94 Marion Clignet (France) Manchester, UK, 26 August 1996
  41. 43. 1.Who broke the 5000m record in running? 2.Who broke the 4km record in cycling? 3.What record did Maurice Greene Break? 4.What record did Catriona Le May break? 5.Who broke the swimming record in 1999? 6.Who broke the women’s cycling recordand when? 7.When and where did Jeremy Wotherspoon set his record?
  42. 44. 1. Jiang Bo (China) 2. Chris Boardman (GB) 3. Maurice Greene set a second in 100m running. 4. Catriona Le May set a record in 500m speed skating. 5. Grant Hackett. 6. Marion Clignet, in 1996. 7. Jeremy Wortherspoon set his record in Calgary on 20 February 1999. Let’s check the answers.
  43. 45. <ul><li>Three kinds of national sports, for example, horse racing, wrestling and archery;
  44. 46. The last competition you had at your school </li></ul>
  45. 47. Identical twins
  46. 48. Strong Shy Kind Beautiful Tall Talented Young Complete the sentences with adjectives in the box. He is 2 m ____ . She is 16. She is quite ________ . My grandma always gives me presents. She is ______ . He is a wrestler. He is very ________ . She is a model. She is very _________ . My brother is _____. He doesn’t talk much. He is a famous pop star. He is very ______ . tall kind strong beautiful shy talented young
  47. 49. Read a magazine article. WHY ARE THESE GIRLS FAMOUS? Mary-Kate and Ashley are identical twin sisters from the USA. They started acting when they were nine months old. Now they are young teenagers. However, they both already have their own TV production company and a fashion designing business. They act, sing and design the latest fashions. Teenagers love their cool clothes and accessories. That’s why they are the most famous teenagers in the world. Most people love them because they are very talented. They are both as nice and kind as each other, and of course they are both beautiful. Although Mary-Kate and Ashley are twins and look the same, their personalities are a bit different. Mary-Kate is more independent than Ashley, and Ashley is more creative. Even twins are individuals!
  48. 50. Read again and choose. 1.Mary-Kate is/isn’t as old as her sister, Ashley. They are twins. 2.They are American/British . 3.Mary-Kate and Ashley are actors and singers/actors, singers and fashion designers . 4.They are both well-known and talented/shy . 5.They are both equally independent/good-looking . 6.Mary-Kate isn’t as kind/creative as Ashley.
  49. 51. Compare these sentences about the twins. 1 a). Mary-Kate is the same age as Ashley. b). Mary-Kate is as old as Ashley. ( Same ) 2 a). Mary-Kate is as beautiful as Ashley. b). Ashley is more beautiful than Mary Kate. ( … ) 3 a). Mary-Kate is kinder than Ashley. b). Ashley isn’t as kind as Mary-Kate. ( … ) 4 a). Ashley is more creative than Mary-Kate. b). Mary-Kate is as creative as Ashley. ( … )
  50. 52. In pairs, compare the personality or appearance of two of your classmates. Use some of these adjectives: For example: Hulan is as friendly as Anand . tall / short old / young tidy / untidy hardworking / lazy Shy / confident Friendly / unfriendly
  51. 53. REMEMBER She is as tall as her sister. But she is not as shy as her sister.
  52. 54. Write sentences. Compare yourself and your partner. I’m as tall as my partner. But I’m not as shy as my partner. …………………… .. …………………… .. …………………… .. …………………… ..
  53. 55. Possessions we love
  54. 56. 1. Name and sort these possessions. a. b. e. k. g. d. f. c. j. i. h. l.
  55. 57. Electronic equipment Clothes & accessories Sports equipment mobile phone watch ball computer pants bicycle television skates T-shirt In pairs, add other words to each category. The pair with the most correct words wins.
  56. 58. Now listen and try to answer to the questions. 1. What is Jack’s favorite possessions? 2. What is Bilguun’s favourite possessions?
  57. 59. Bilguun His brother Jack His sister a computer a CD player a new CD a walkman a calculator a bike Listen again and tick (√ ) who the things belong to. √ √ √ √ √ √
  58. 60. Listen again and complete the sentences with mine, yours, his or hers . Bilguun: You’ve got a computer at home, haven’t you? Is it ….. ? Jack: My sister’s got a calculator. You can borrow …. Jack: Have you got a bike, then? Bilguun: No, it isn’t …… . My brother’s got a new bike and he says I can use …….. .
  59. 61. Complete the chart. It’s my bike. It’s his bike. It’s her bike. It’s your bike. It’s …… . It’s …… . It’s …… . It’s …… .
  60. 62. Complete the sentences with mine, yours, his or hers . <ul><li>I haven’t got a pen. Please, can I borrow … ?
  61. 63. You’ve got a nice room. ….. Is smaller.
  62. 64. Jack lost his book. I found this book on the desk. I think, it’s .…… .
  63. 65. This CD player belongs to Nomin. Oh, yes, it’s …… , she got it for her birthday.
  64. 66. I gave this pencil to Sam. Now it’s ….. .
  65. 67. This pen isn’t …… I left my pen at home. </li></ul>
  66. 68. Remember It’s my / your / his / her watch. It’s mine / yours / his / hers .
  67. 69. Check yourself 1. Possessions vocabulary 2. Personality adjectives 3. The Sultan of Brunei is the wealthiest man in the world 4. London is (not) as big as Moscow. It is bigger / smaller than … 5. I haven’t got a book. Please, can I borrow yours? √ √ Yes No √ Х ? Not sure Now I understand
  68. 70. Let’s do the test! Which word is similar Famous = 1. old 2. tiny 3. well-known 4. attractive
  69. 71. Which word is similar beautiful = 1. wealthy 2. dear 3. big 4. attractive
  70. 72. Complete the sentence The Nile is the ……… river in the world. 1. longer 2. longest 3. most longer 4. more longer
  71. 73. Complete the sentence I think Paris is the …….. city in Europe. 1. beautiful 2. beautifuler 3. Most beautiful 4. more beautiful
  72. 74. Answer the question: Which is tiniest aimag in Mongolia? 1. Dornogobi 2. Tuw 3. Gobi-sumber 4. Gobi-Altai
  73. 75. Answer the question: Which is largest aimag in Mongolia? 1. Umnugobi 2. Tuw 3. Gobi-sumber 4. Gobi-Altai
  74. 76. Thank you for attention!

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