Why do you want to learn English?
•เหตุผลที่ต้องการเรียนภาษาอังกฤษ
Review Flower parts of speech paragraph
My sister was walking through the garden in the morning
when she saw a beautiful b...
Review Test
50 questions
Meow
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Parts of Speech
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Parts of Speech Definitions Pre-Test
1. A descriptive word that qualifies a verb, adjective, other adverb, clause, or sent...
Parts of Speech Definitions Pre-Test
1. A descriptive word that qualifies a verb, adjective, other adverb, clause, or sent...
• Name the:
• Noun(s) - Subject
• Verb(s) – Predicate
• Adjective
What is a noun?
A noun is a person, place,
thing, or idea.
Person: Place: Thing: Idea:
cowboy church beachball justice
What is a verb?
A verb is an action, helping or
linking relationship.
Action: Action: Helping: Linking:
ride ring is appea...
What is a adjective?
An adjective modifies a noun.
brown loud beach happy
Find the nouns.
Our teacher handed out
the papers.
1
Find the verb.
Our teacher handed out
the papers.
1
Find the adjectives.
The bald teacher handed
out the white papers.
1
The bus went down the wrong
road.
3
The bus went down the wrong
road.
3
The big yellow bus went down
the wrong road.
3
The plane is going to crash.
4
The plane will crash.
4
The crazy plane will crash
quickly.
4
That dog chased the boys up
a tree.
5
That dog chased the boys up
a tree.
5
5
That big bad dog frequently
chased the scared little boys
up trees.
Our team won the big game!
11
Our team won the big game!
11
The football team won the
big game easily!
11
The boy is very, very fat.
6
My mom and dad helped me
with my homework.
7
My mom and dad helped me
with my homework.
7
Mom and dad always help
me with my English
homework.
7
My teacher likes to read
books and talk.
8
My teacher likes to read
books and talk.
8
The friendly teacher likes to
read story books and talk a
lot.
8
The doctor visited the patient
at the hospital.
9
The doctor visited the patient
at the hospital.
9
The two doctors visited the
sick patient at the
community hospital.
9
The girl did not like the boy.
10
The girl did not like the boy.
10
The thin girl did not really
like the green boy.
10
Every student should have a
computer for school.
2
The computer changes from
blue to black.
2
The laptop computer has a blue
screen and a black screen.
2
The cat has bad hair.
12
The cat has bad hair.
12
The little brown cat
sometimes has bad hair.
12
Verbs
• Verb: A word used to describe an action, state,
or occurrence.
• There are 3 basic types of verbs:
• Action, Linki...
Action Verbs
• These verbs talk about what the subject is doing in the
sentence. Action Verbs are easy to find. Look for t...
What is the subject doing?
Linking Verbs
• Linking Verbs
• These verbs do not tell anything about a subject themselves,
instead Linking Verbs connect...
Examples of linking verbs
• 1. Be: I am extremely tired this evening.
2. Look: My hair looks a mess today.
3. Feel: My hea...
Helping Verbs (modal or auxiliary)
• Jerry can ride his motorcycle. Main verb = ride
• Tic has been eating in class. Main ...
NOTE: Colored
pencils/pens
may come in
handy for
color-coding
during this
lesson!
Bring some
tomorrow
SENTENCE PARTS AND
P...
Previously we
learned…
1. Subject
2. Predicate
Adding on…
3. Direct
Object
4. Indirect
Object
WHAT PARTS MAKE A
SENTENCE?
HOW TO FIND THE SENTENCE PARTS
FIRST… look for the SUBJECT.
 To find the subject: Ask who/what is the sentence about?
NEX...
EXAMPLE #2: Tomorrow will be a snow day.
 SUBJECT: who/what [verb]?
 Tomorrow
 PREDICATE: find an action verb, linking ...
 EXAMPLE: At Barnes and Noble, the students bought
their teacher a new book.
 SUBJECT: who/what [verb]?
 the students
...
TRY THESE S+V+DO EXAMPLES:
1. Label the sentence parts:
Monkeys eat bananas.
She loves her job.
He’s eating an orange.
...
ANSWERS:
1. Monkeys eat bananas.
S V DO
2. She loves her job.
S V DO
3. He’s eating an orange.
S V DO
We will go over sentence patterns tomorrow.
Skip to slide 78
SENTENCE PARTS
CREATE SENTENCE
PATTERNS IN OUR
LANGUAGE
1. Subject + Verb
2. Subject + Verb + Direct Object
3. Subject + Verb + Indirect Object + Direct Object
4. Subject + Linki...
 In its simplest form, a sentence has two parts: a subject
and a verb. They express a complete thought when they
are toge...
Subject + Verb
Dog barks.
I am.
Siblings argue.
Al should go.
He and I arrived.
EXAMPLES OF PATTERN #1: S+V
Action verb
Li...
1. Write an original sentence using this pattern: Subject + Verb
 Singular noun + action verb
 Plural noun + linking ver...
Subject + Verb + Direct Object
 Who or What?
 Noun or pronoun
 ACTION verb OR VERB PHRASE
(helping verb + action verb)
...
TRY THESE S+V+DO EXAMPLES:
1. Label the sentence parts:
Monkeys eat bananas.
She loves her job.
He’s eating an orange.
...
ANSWERS:
1. Monkeys eat bananas.
S V DO
2. She loves her job.
S V DO
3. He’s eating an orange.
S V DO
Subject + Verb + Indirect Object + Direct Object
Who or What?
Noun or pronoun
ACTION verb OR VERB PHRASE
(helping verb + a...
Label the sentence parts:
1. The teacher gave her students A's.
2. Grandfather will leave the dogs his money.
3. The pirat...
1. The teacher gave her students A's.
S V IO DO
2. Grandfather will leave the dogs his money.
S V IO DO
3. The pirate sold...
Subject + Linking Verb + Subject Complement
 “To be” verbs like
am, is, are, was, were, etc.
 Sensory verbs like
appear,...
1. Brandon is a gifted athlete.
 Brandon = subject
 is = linking verb
 athlete = noun as subject complement.
2. He beco...
 Don't mistake a subject complement for a direct
object!
 Only linking verbs can have subject complements.
 Example: Br...
 Subject + verb (S + V)
 Subject + verb + direct object (S + V + DO)
 Subject + verb + indirect object + direct object ...
 Subject + verb
 Elizabeth will swim.
 Dolphins leap.
 Subject + verb + direct object
 John hates lima beans.
 Books...
Speed dating
Examples of simple sentences:
The car is red.
The car is expensive.
The red car is expensive.
The bright red car is fast a...
page 4 exercises headway
page 9 exercises headway
Sentence correction worksheet –
Overhead projector
• Explain headway cd & website
• Page 6 headway: blind date
• Page 5 cd1 #6 headway
• Shona – Best Friends
Horoscope
definition?
• http://www.bangkokpost.com/lifestyle/horoscope
• Review signs Asia and America
Punctuation whiteboard example sentences
* Punctuation power point
Present tense
grammar
PowerPoint
Verb Tenses
Tense RUN CRY LOVE
Past perfect had run had cried had loved
Past continuous
were/was
running were/was crying w...
The Verb 'to be'
Subject
Past
Perfect
Past
continuous
Past
simple
Present
perfect
Present
continuous
Present
simple
Future...
WH - Questions
• Who? person
• What? thing/fact
• When? time/day/month/year
• Where? location/place
• Why? reason
• How? I...
Jerry
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Action verbs
English language verbs
can be broken down into
two categories:
action and non-action
Action verbs tell you what the
subject is doing:
• playing • running
• competing
• eating • chewing
The subject can be:
►person
►animal
►object or thing
►force of nature
Action verbs are
something the subject
“can do”
• walk • ride
• juggle • spin
• bark • bite
• buy • eat
• smile • pray
Action verbs usually have an
-ing ending:
• walking • riding
• juggling • spinning
• barking • biting
• buying • eating
• ...
PERSON
• kicking • hitting • crying
• dancing • falling
ANIMAL
• licking
• chewing
• listening
AN OBJECT OR THING
The candles are “burning” and the
lanterns are “floating” in the sky.
FORCES
OF
NATURE
What action is taking place?
What is happening here?
• holding
• standing
• looking
• waiting
Nosie is……
Remember: An action verb tells you
what the subject is doing.
ACTION verbs
are EXCITING words
“exploding”
“erupting”
“ rising”
“flashing”
“striking”
“licking ” “kissing ”
“slobbering” “ talking”
President Obama is “snapping” his
fingers and “dancing” for the audience.
Thank you
Ajarn Jerry
อาจารย์ เจอรี่
Spidergram
Draw 4 pictures about YOU :
Hobbies
What you like to do for fun
family
job
pets
Jerry
Hello Goodbye Stop Taxi Itchy Salute
Rich Happy Sad Hungry Strong
5 minutes Itchy Scared Angry Respect/pray
Fight Yes No O...
What does it mean?
• “There is no such thing as
• failure, only giving up too soon.”
• Jonas Salk
Stuart Jay Raj
video
S and Z sounds
DO YOU HEAR AN “S” OR “Z” SOUND
“S” “Z”
Thanks
Temples
Products
Cities
Starts
Countries
Exports
Seasons
Makes
Sells
Eats
O...
Stuart Jay Raj
video
F and V sounds
F is blowing out air - V is like revving engine
Vase face
Vile file
Very fairy
Vain flame
Van fan
Cave coffee
Veal feel
Ve...
arrive alive
favor flavor
five twelve
volt verb
Very vanilla
Violet violin
volleyball football
river liver
crave save
vowe...
Stuart Jay Raj
video
th sounds
Voiced:
These - those
This - that
Then - them
Other - another
Brother – brothers
Either – neither
mother – father
weather ...
alive arrive
belly berry
right light
blue glue
blush brush
flee free
fly fry
lane rain
lead read
lice rice
load road
long wrong
loom room
lot rot
play pray
clash crash
collect correct
jelly jerry
glass grass
lace race
clown crown
fleas freeze
glow grow
lack rack
lair rare
lake rake
lane rain
lather rather
lead read
led red
lies rise
link rink
flower power
look rook
lope rope
lubber rubber
loom room
lump rump
lung rung
lush rush
lust rust
lid rid
loyal royal
brother mother
erect collect
clash crash
fees freeze
really silly
three tree
glow grow
jelly jerry
lamp ramp
late rate
law raw
led red
leader reader
lied ride
lighter writer
lock rock
locker rocker
luck ruck
Nouns and Adjectives on Flash Cards
Nouns: Person Place or Thing
Adjective: Describes the Noun
What would you see at BIG C?
 athletic
 attractive
 beautiful (teeth)
 big (eyes)
 black (hair)
 boring
 brave
 brown (hair)
 charming
 cleve...
Choose a topic for the center circle:
Branch out with different nouns and adjectives
to describe that word
“Jerry” Good afternoon class.
“class” Good afternoon teacher.
“Jerry” How are you today?
“class” We’re doing great, how ab...
RIGHT
TRUE
THREW
<< CORRECT
LIGHT >>
lip rip
clock lock
tired tried
locket rocket
pilot pirate
lock locks
rock rocks
lap wrap
late rate
lay ray
broom bloom
lack rack
lake rake
lank rank
law raw
leek reek
leap reap
leech reach
lib rib
lick rick
light right
F is blowing out air - V is like revving engine
“feed the funny fish” “Val has a violet van”
Vase face
Vile file
Very fair...
arrive alive
favor flavor
five twelve
volt verb
Very vanilla
Violet violin
volleyball football
river liver
crave save
vowe...
Rosetta Stone
Nouns
Adjectives
Verbs
1.2.1 thru 1.2.4
1.3.1 rosetta
Describe people…
Tall, short, fat, skinny, bald, long
Class: Hello Jerry, how are you today?
Jerry: I’m fine, thank you.
Did you see the rain and lightning last night?
Class: Y...
March – May September - November
June – August December - February
= 220 V in Thailand
= 110 V in America
Pair work ShowJerrymap, giveexamplewithTic
Directions: Drawamapandhaveyour partner tell you:
howtoget fromoneplacetoanothe...
Rosetta Stone
Bald, beard, glasses, long, short hair
1.6.3 describing people
calendar
days of the week
time
seasons
TIME Power Points
Thursday
May 29th, 2014
FRIDAY MAY 30TH, 2014
Saturday May 31st, 2014
Monday June 2nd, 2014
THURSDAY JUNE 5TH, 2014
friday June 6th
2014
Friday the 13th
2014
Tuesday
June 17th, 2014
Wednesday June 18th, 2014
Thursday
June 19th 2014
เทง
Friday June 20th, 2
Monday June 23rd, 2014
Monday
June
30th
2014
Ajarn Jerry
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E1-208 1-4 pm Box #59
brock.pit@mfu.ac.th
โทร 0835078454
MFU AJARN JERRY
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  1. 1. Why do you want to learn English? •เหตุผลที่ต้องการเรียนภาษาอังกฤษ
  2. 2. Review Flower parts of speech paragraph My sister was walking through the garden in the morning when she saw a beautiful butterfly sitting on a pink flower. It had colorful wings which enhanced its beauty. She wanted to watch it closely so she walked towards it slowly. But before she could get closer, the insect flew away and sat on another flower. ‘Ah!’ my sister cried in disappointment.
  3. 3. Review Test 50 questions Meow High Score
  4. 4. Parts of Speech z
  5. 5. Parts of Speech Definitions Pre-Test 1. A descriptive word that qualifies a verb, adjective, other adverb, clause, or sentence, typically answering the questions: When? Where? In what way? is a/an _______________________. 2. A joiner, a word that connects parts of a sentence, lists, and complex sentences is a/an ______________________________. 3. A word or words added to a sentence to convey emotion, usually followed by an exclamation point is a/an ______________ 4. A person, place or thing is a/an ___________________________________. 5. A word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence is a/an___________________________. 6. A word or phrase naming an attribute, that modifies or describes a noun is a/an _________________________________. 7. The part of speech that substitutes for nouns or noun phrases is a/an _____________________. 8. A word that links nouns, pronouns and phrases to other words in a sentence is a/an ____________________. 9. A specific adjective, the only words are: a/an , the_____________________________.
  6. 6. Parts of Speech Definitions Pre-Test 1. A descriptive word that qualifies a verb, adjective, other adverb, clause, or sentence, typically answering the questions: When? Where? In what way? is a/an _ADVERB_________. 2. A joiner, a word that connects parts of a sentence, lists, and complex sentences is a/an ________CONJUNCTION______________________. 3. A word or words added to a sentence to convey emotion, usually followed by an exclamation point is a/an ___INTERJECTION___________ 4. A person, place or thing is a/an _____NOUN___________. 5. A word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence is a/an____VERB_________________. 6. A word or phrase naming an attribute, that modifies or describes a noun is a/an __________ADJECTIVE__________. 7. The part of speech that substitutes for nouns or noun phrases is a/an ____PRONOUN________. 8. A word that links nouns, pronouns and phrases to other words in a sentence is a/an ___PREPOSITION_____. 9. A specific adjective, the only words are: a/an , the_________ARTICLE__________.
  7. 7. • Name the: • Noun(s) - Subject • Verb(s) – Predicate • Adjective
  8. 8. What is a noun? A noun is a person, place, thing, or idea. Person: Place: Thing: Idea: cowboy church beachball justice
  9. 9. What is a verb? A verb is an action, helping or linking relationship. Action: Action: Helping: Linking: ride ring is appears
  10. 10. What is a adjective? An adjective modifies a noun. brown loud beach happy
  11. 11. Find the nouns. Our teacher handed out the papers. 1
  12. 12. Find the verb. Our teacher handed out the papers. 1
  13. 13. Find the adjectives. The bald teacher handed out the white papers. 1
  14. 14. The bus went down the wrong road. 3
  15. 15. The bus went down the wrong road. 3
  16. 16. The big yellow bus went down the wrong road. 3
  17. 17. The plane is going to crash. 4
  18. 18. The plane will crash. 4
  19. 19. The crazy plane will crash quickly. 4
  20. 20. That dog chased the boys up a tree. 5
  21. 21. That dog chased the boys up a tree. 5
  22. 22. 5 That big bad dog frequently chased the scared little boys up trees.
  23. 23. Our team won the big game! 11
  24. 24. Our team won the big game! 11
  25. 25. The football team won the big game easily! 11
  26. 26. The boy is very, very fat. 6
  27. 27. My mom and dad helped me with my homework. 7
  28. 28. My mom and dad helped me with my homework. 7
  29. 29. Mom and dad always help me with my English homework. 7
  30. 30. My teacher likes to read books and talk. 8
  31. 31. My teacher likes to read books and talk. 8
  32. 32. The friendly teacher likes to read story books and talk a lot. 8
  33. 33. The doctor visited the patient at the hospital. 9
  34. 34. The doctor visited the patient at the hospital. 9
  35. 35. The two doctors visited the sick patient at the community hospital. 9
  36. 36. The girl did not like the boy. 10
  37. 37. The girl did not like the boy. 10
  38. 38. The thin girl did not really like the green boy. 10
  39. 39. Every student should have a computer for school. 2
  40. 40. The computer changes from blue to black. 2
  41. 41. The laptop computer has a blue screen and a black screen. 2
  42. 42. The cat has bad hair. 12
  43. 43. The cat has bad hair. 12
  44. 44. The little brown cat sometimes has bad hair. 12
  45. 45. Verbs • Verb: A word used to describe an action, state, or occurrence. • There are 3 basic types of verbs: • Action, Linking and Helping
  46. 46. Action Verbs • These verbs talk about what the subject is doing in the sentence. Action Verbs are easy to find. Look for the word in the sentence that answers the question • ‘What is the subject doing?’ • Rose is painting the kitchen walls. • The subject here is Rose, and what is Rose doing? Rose is painting. So, painting is our action verb. • My dog is sleeping on the sofa. • The subject here is dog, and what is the dog doing? The dog is sleeping. So, sleeping is our action verb
  47. 47. What is the subject doing?
  48. 48. Linking Verbs • Linking Verbs • These verbs do not tell anything about a subject themselves, instead Linking Verbs connect the subject to a noun or adjective that helps in describing or providing additional information about the subject. • They are stubborn children. • Here the linking verb is ‘are’ which is connecting the subject (they) to the adjective, stubborn. • I am hungry for a hamburger. • The best way to recognize linking words in a sentence is to see whether the verb can be replaced by ‘is, am or are’. If the sentence still sounds logical you know you have a linking verb. • >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
  49. 49. Examples of linking verbs • 1. Be: I am extremely tired this evening. 2. Look: My hair looks a mess today. 3. Feel: My head feels fuzzy. 4. Taste: This glass of beer tastes good. 5. Smell: This pizza smells delicious. 6. Sound: My neighbors sound very angry
  50. 50. Helping Verbs (modal or auxiliary) • Jerry can ride his motorcycle. Main verb = ride • Tic has been eating in class. Main verb = eating • He is reading his book. Main verb = reading • It is always before the main verb
  51. 51. NOTE: Colored pencils/pens may come in handy for color-coding during this lesson! Bring some tomorrow SENTENCE PARTS AND PATTERNS
  52. 52. Previously we learned… 1. Subject 2. Predicate Adding on… 3. Direct Object 4. Indirect Object WHAT PARTS MAKE A SENTENCE?
  53. 53. HOW TO FIND THE SENTENCE PARTS FIRST… look for the SUBJECT.  To find the subject: Ask who/what is the sentence about? NEXT… find the VERB!  To find the predicate: Ask what is the subject doing? (action verb, linking verb, or verb phrase) A sentence may have a DIRECT OBJECT, INDIRECT OBJECT, or BOTH!  To find the direct object: Ask [verb] what?  To find the indirect object: Ask [verb] to/for whom/what? EXAMPLE: I gave Mom a bouquet of flowers.  SUBJECT: Who/What [gave]? I  PREDICATE: action/linking/verb phrase gave  Direct Object: [gave] what? a bouquet of flowers.  Indirect Object: [gave] to whom? Mom
  54. 54. EXAMPLE #2: Tomorrow will be a snow day.  SUBJECT: who/what [verb]?  Tomorrow  PREDICATE: find an action verb, linking verb, or verb phrase  will be  Direct Object: [verb] what?  a snow day  Indirect Object: [verb] to/for whom/what?  nothing! FIND THE PARTS OF THIS SENTENCE:
  55. 55.  EXAMPLE: At Barnes and Noble, the students bought their teacher a new book.  SUBJECT: who/what [verb]?  the students  PREDICATE: find an action verb, linking verb, or verb phrase  bought  Direct Object: [verb] what?  a new book  Indirect Object: [verb] to/for who/what?  their teacher  What’s “At Barnes and Noble”?  Prepositional phrase that tells more about the predicate “bought” FIND THE PARTS OF THIS SENTENCE:
  56. 56. TRY THESE S+V+DO EXAMPLES: 1. Label the sentence parts: Monkeys eat bananas. She loves her job. He’s eating an orange. 2. Find three examples of this pattern (SUBJECT + VERB + DIRECT OBJECT) in your PCR book. Try to find a variety of subjects and verbs.
  57. 57. ANSWERS: 1. Monkeys eat bananas. S V DO 2. She loves her job. S V DO 3. He’s eating an orange. S V DO
  58. 58. We will go over sentence patterns tomorrow. Skip to slide 78
  59. 59. SENTENCE PARTS CREATE SENTENCE PATTERNS IN OUR LANGUAGE
  60. 60. 1. Subject + Verb 2. Subject + Verb + Direct Object 3. Subject + Verb + Indirect Object + Direct Object 4. Subject + Linking Verb + Subject Complement FOUR SENTENCE PATTERNS:
  61. 61.  In its simplest form, a sentence has two parts: a subject and a verb. They express a complete thought when they are together. Remember a sentence is like a bike… Subject + Verb  Answers who/what is doing the action?  Options: noun or pronoun  Shows an action or a state of being  Options: action verb, linking verb, or verb phrase (helping verb + main verb) PATTERN #1: SUBJECT + VERB
  62. 62. Subject + Verb Dog barks. I am. Siblings argue. Al should go. He and I arrived. EXAMPLES OF PATTERN #1: S+V Action verb Linking verb Action verb Verb phrase Action verb Plural noun Pronoun Plural noun Proper Noun Compound subject
  63. 63. 1. Write an original sentence using this pattern: Subject + Verb  Singular noun + action verb  Plural noun + linking verb  Singular subject pronoun + verb phrase  Plural subject pronoun + action verb  Proper noun + compound predicate 2. Find three examples of this pattern (SUBJECT + VERB) in your PCR book. Try to find a variety of subjects and verbs. NOW YOU TRY…
  64. 64. Subject + Verb + Direct Object  Who or What?  Noun or pronoun  ACTION verb OR VERB PHRASE (helping verb + action verb)  Receives the action of the verb  Ask yourself: [verb] what?  Example: Jenny made a cake.  Subject: Jenny  Verb: made  Direct Object: cake PATTERN #2: SUBJECT + VERB + DIRECT OBJECT
  65. 65. TRY THESE S+V+DO EXAMPLES: 1. Label the sentence parts: Monkeys eat bananas. She loves her job. He’s eating an orange. 2. Find three examples of this pattern (SUBJECT + VERB + DIRECT OBJECT) in your PCR book. Try to find a variety of subjects and verbs.
  66. 66. ANSWERS: 1. Monkeys eat bananas. S V DO 2. She loves her job. S V DO 3. He’s eating an orange. S V DO
  67. 67. Subject + Verb + Indirect Object + Direct Object Who or What? Noun or pronoun ACTION verb OR VERB PHRASE (helping verb + action verb ) Identifies to or for whom or what the action of the verb is performed Ask yourself: [verb] to/for whom/what? Receives the action of the verb Ask yourself: [verb] what?  Example: Jenny made Dad a cake.  Subject: Jenny  Verb: made  Indirect Object: Dad  Direct Object: cake PATTERN #3: SUBJECT +VERB + INDIRECT OBJECT + DIRECT OBJECT
  68. 68. Label the sentence parts: 1. The teacher gave her students A's. 2. Grandfather will leave the dogs his money. 3. The pirate sold me his boat. TRY THESE S+V+IO+DO EXAMPLES:
  69. 69. 1. The teacher gave her students A's. S V IO DO 2. Grandfather will leave the dogs his money. S V IO DO 3. The pirate sold me a boat. S V IO DO ANSWERS:
  70. 70. Subject + Linking Verb + Subject Complement  “To be” verbs like am, is, are, was, were, etc.  Sensory verbs like appear, feel, grow, look, etc.  the adjective OR noun that follows a linking verb.  complement = completes the subject  A linking verb LINKS the subject of the sentence to its subject complement; therefore, this pattern only works with linking verbs. PATTERN #4: SUBJECT + LINKING VERB + SUBJECT COMPLEMENT
  71. 71. 1. Brandon is a gifted athlete.  Brandon = subject  is = linking verb  athlete = noun as subject complement. 2. He becomes embarrassed when people compliment his skill.  He = subject  becomes = linking verb  embarrassed = adjective as subject complement. EXAMPLES OF S+LV+SC
  72. 72.  Don't mistake a subject complement for a direct object!  Only linking verbs can have subject complements.  Example: Brenna felt sick this morning.  Brenna = subject  felt = linking verb  sick = adjective subject complement.  Example: She felt her forehead but did not detect a temperature.  She = subject  felt = action verb  forehead = direct object (Remember D.O. answers: [verb] what?) SUBJECT COMPLEMENT ≠ DIRECT OBJECT
  73. 73.  Subject + verb (S + V)  Subject + verb + direct object (S + V + DO)  Subject + verb + indirect object + direct object (S+V+IO+DO)  Subject + linking verb + subject complement (S + LV + SC) S V IO DO  Example: The mother gave her children a snack. 1. Books convey ideas. 2. Dolphins leap. 3. The pitcher threw the catcher a curve ball. 4. John hates lima beans. 5. The sea is beautiful even in winter. 6. The writer sold his publisher a three-part story. 7. You seem worried. 8. Elizabeth will swim. PRACTICE: LABEL EACH SENTENCE WITH ITS SENTENCE PATTERN:
  74. 74.  Subject + verb  Elizabeth will swim.  Dolphins leap.  Subject + verb + direct object  John hates lima beans.  Books convey ideas.  Subject + linking verb + subject complement  The sea is beautiful even in winter.  You seem worried.  Subject + verb + indirect object + direct object  The writer sold his publisher a three-part story.  The pitcher threw the catcher a curve ball. ANSWERS:
  75. 75. Speed dating
  76. 76. Examples of simple sentences: The car is red. The car is expensive. The red car is expensive. The bright red car is fast and very expensive.
  77. 77. page 4 exercises headway page 9 exercises headway
  78. 78. Sentence correction worksheet – Overhead projector
  79. 79. • Explain headway cd & website
  80. 80. • Page 6 headway: blind date
  81. 81. • Page 5 cd1 #6 headway • Shona – Best Friends
  82. 82. Horoscope definition? • http://www.bangkokpost.com/lifestyle/horoscope • Review signs Asia and America
  83. 83. Punctuation whiteboard example sentences * Punctuation power point
  84. 84. Present tense grammar PowerPoint
  85. 85. Verb Tenses Tense RUN CRY LOVE Past perfect had run had cried had loved Past continuous were/was running were/was crying were/was loving Past simple ran cried loved Present perfect have run have cried have loved Present continuous are running are crying are loving Present simple run cry love Future perfect will have run will have cried will have loved Future continuous will be running will be crying will be loving Future simple will run will cry will love > > > > >
  86. 86. The Verb 'to be' Subject Past Perfect Past continuous Past simple Present perfect Present continuous Present simple Future perfect Future cont. Future simple I had been was being was have been am being am will have will be will You had been were being were have been are being are will have will be Will He/She/It had been was being was have been is being is will have will be will We/They had been were being were have been are being are will have will be will VVV V V
  87. 87. WH - Questions • Who? person • What? thing/fact • When? time/day/month/year • Where? location/place • Why? reason • How? Information/method
  88. 88. Jerry เจอรี่
  89. 89. Action verbs English language verbs can be broken down into two categories: action and non-action
  90. 90. Action verbs tell you what the subject is doing: • playing • running • competing • eating • chewing
  91. 91. The subject can be: ►person ►animal ►object or thing ►force of nature
  92. 92. Action verbs are something the subject “can do” • walk • ride • juggle • spin • bark • bite • buy • eat • smile • pray
  93. 93. Action verbs usually have an -ing ending: • walking • riding • juggling • spinning • barking • biting • buying • eating • smiling • praying
  94. 94. PERSON • kicking • hitting • crying • dancing • falling
  95. 95. ANIMAL • licking • chewing • listening
  96. 96. AN OBJECT OR THING The candles are “burning” and the lanterns are “floating” in the sky.
  97. 97. FORCES OF NATURE
  98. 98. What action is taking place?
  99. 99. What is happening here?
  100. 100. • holding • standing • looking • waiting Nosie is……
  101. 101. Remember: An action verb tells you what the subject is doing.
  102. 102. ACTION verbs are EXCITING words “exploding”
  103. 103. “erupting” “ rising” “flashing” “striking”
  104. 104. “licking ” “kissing ” “slobbering” “ talking”
  105. 105. President Obama is “snapping” his fingers and “dancing” for the audience.
  106. 106. Thank you Ajarn Jerry อาจารย์ เจอรี่
  107. 107. Spidergram Draw 4 pictures about YOU : Hobbies What you like to do for fun family job pets Jerry
  108. 108. Hello Goodbye Stop Taxi Itchy Salute Rich Happy Sad Hungry Strong 5 minutes Itchy Scared Angry Respect/pray Fight Yes No Over there Over there Sleepy Confused Give me OK Good good heart Me ! Cold Hot Amazing Bored Relaxed Thinking Excited Impatient Innocent Disbelief Making a decision Go away Peace come here Unsure Maybe Surprised Proud I am Sick Stomach ache Give me more Driving My back hurts Taking a break I’m the best Headache sounds like smells bad 
  109. 109. What does it mean? • “There is no such thing as • failure, only giving up too soon.” • Jonas Salk
  110. 110. Stuart Jay Raj video S and Z sounds
  111. 111. DO YOU HEAR AN “S” OR “Z” SOUND “S” “Z” Thanks Temples Products Cities Starts Countries Exports Seasons Makes Sells Eats Owns Works Sends Saves Books Students Cars cheese Chess This Freeze These
  112. 112. Stuart Jay Raj video F and V sounds
  113. 113. F is blowing out air - V is like revving engine Vase face Vile file Very fairy Vain flame Van fan Cave coffee Veal feel Vendor fender View few Violence fence
  114. 114. arrive alive favor flavor five twelve volt verb Very vanilla Violet violin volleyball football river liver crave save vowel Val veil fail vaseline gasoline Vast fast
  115. 115. Stuart Jay Raj video th sounds
  116. 116. Voiced: These - those This - that Then - them Other - another Brother – brothers Either – neither mother – father weather - feather Southern - northern Though - rather Bathing - teething Unvoiced: With - without Tooth - teeth Health - wealth Thank - think Cloth - moth Bath - path - math Three - third Thumb - Thursday Thirty - thousand Fifth - Sixth Tenth - Eleventh Mouth - south
  117. 117. alive arrive belly berry right light blue glue blush brush flee free fly fry lane rain lead read lice rice
  118. 118. load road long wrong loom room lot rot play pray clash crash collect correct jelly jerry glass grass lace race
  119. 119. clown crown fleas freeze glow grow lack rack lair rare lake rake lane rain lather rather lead read led red lies rise
  120. 120. link rink flower power look rook lope rope lubber rubber loom room lump rump lung rung lush rush lust rust
  121. 121. lid rid loyal royal brother mother erect collect clash crash fees freeze really silly three tree glow grow jelly jerry
  122. 122. lamp ramp late rate law raw led red leader reader lied ride lighter writer lock rock locker rocker luck ruck
  123. 123. Nouns and Adjectives on Flash Cards Nouns: Person Place or Thing Adjective: Describes the Noun
  124. 124. What would you see at BIG C?
  125. 125.  athletic  attractive  beautiful (teeth)  big (eyes)  black (hair)  boring  brave  brown (hair)  charming  clever  confident  crafty  crazy  creative  cute (face)  easygoing  energetic  exciting  famous  forgetful  friendly  funny  generous  good (heart)  good looking  graceful  happy  helpful  humble  humorous  interesting  likable  long (hair, legs)  lucky  middle class  nice  old  outgoing  overweight  poor  popular  responsible  rich  romantic  sad  selfish  sexy  short (body, hair)  silly  skinny  smart  smooth (skin)  stingy  successful  talkative  tall  thin  unlucky  wealthy  young
  126. 126. Choose a topic for the center circle: Branch out with different nouns and adjectives to describe that word
  127. 127. “Jerry” Good afternoon class. “class” Good afternoon teacher. “Jerry” How are you today? “class” We’re doing great, how about you Jerry? “Jerry” I am doing great, too. Thanks for asking. Do you like how Ajarn Jerry teaches? ”class” Yes, we LOVE Ajarn Jerry !
  128. 128. RIGHT TRUE THREW << CORRECT LIGHT >>
  129. 129. lip rip clock lock tired tried locket rocket pilot pirate lock locks rock rocks lap wrap late rate lay ray broom bloom
  130. 130. lack rack lake rake lank rank law raw leek reek leap reap leech reach lib rib lick rick light right
  131. 131. F is blowing out air - V is like revving engine “feed the funny fish” “Val has a violet van” Vase face Vile file Very fairy Vain flame Van fan Cave coffee Veal feel Vendor fender View few Violence fence
  132. 132. arrive alive favor flavor five twelve volt verb Very vanilla Violet violin volleyball football river liver crave save vowel Val veil fail vaseline gasoline Vast fast
  133. 133. Rosetta Stone Nouns Adjectives Verbs 1.2.1 thru 1.2.4
  134. 134. 1.3.1 rosetta Describe people… Tall, short, fat, skinny, bald, long
  135. 135. Class: Hello Jerry, how are you today? Jerry: I’m fine, thank you. Did you see the rain and lightning last night? Class: Yes, it rained very hard. The lightning was scary. Jerry: Yes, but I love the rain. Thank you for coming to class today. Class: You’re welcome Jerry, it’s nice to be here in the air con !
  136. 136. March – May September - November June – August December - February
  137. 137. = 220 V in Thailand = 110 V in America
  138. 138. Pair work ShowJerrymap, giveexamplewithTic Directions: Drawamapandhaveyour partner tell you: howtoget fromoneplacetoanother. Use: Hospital รง ยา าล, Schools รงเรียน, Marketsตลา , Temples ั , Hotels รง ร , Rivers นา, Lakesอางเก นา, Parks น า าร , Post Officeที่ทาการ รษ ีย, Pharmacy ร้าน ายยา, Libraryห้อง ุ , GasStation ั นา ัน, your house ้าน องตนเอง, pet storeร้าน ายอาหาร ัต , fire station านี ั เ ลง, etc.อ่น
  139. 139. Rosetta Stone Bald, beard, glasses, long, short hair 1.6.3 describing people
  140. 140. calendar days of the week time seasons TIME Power Points
  141. 141. Thursday May 29th, 2014
  142. 142. FRIDAY MAY 30TH, 2014
  143. 143. Saturday May 31st, 2014
  144. 144. Monday June 2nd, 2014
  145. 145. THURSDAY JUNE 5TH, 2014
  146. 146. friday June 6th 2014
  147. 147. Friday the 13th 2014
  148. 148. Tuesday June 17th, 2014
  149. 149. Wednesday June 18th, 2014
  150. 150. Thursday June 19th 2014 เทง
  151. 151. Friday June 20th, 2
  152. 152. Monday June 23rd, 2014
  153. 153. Monday June 30th 2014
  154. 154. Ajarn Jerry อาจารย์ เจอรี่ E1-208 1-4 pm Box #59 brock.pit@mfu.ac.th โทร 0835078454 MFU AJARN JERRY

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