DESCRIBING SOME PARTS OF MY HOUSE In my house... THERE IS A BEDROOMchair 2 windows bed 3 bookstable 2 lampscarpetdoorradio There is aIn my bedroom... There are
In my house... THERE IS A LIVING ROOM TV 2 sofaswindow 2 pictures table curtains There is a In my living room... There are
In my house... THERE IS A KITCHENrefrigerator cabinets stove 2 chairsmicrowave There is a In my kitchen... There are
In my house... THERE IS A BATHROOM 2 towelsshowertoilet sinkmirror bath There is a In my bathroom... There are
WHAT IS THE GRAMMAR TOPIC?There is There are T O WHY DO YOU USE T O D E THERE IS/ THERE D E S S C R ARE FOR? C R I I B B E ESINGULAR PLURAL NOUNS NOUNS
EXAMPLES1. In my bedroom, there is a television.2. In the living room, there are three armchairs.3. There are four pictures in the dinning room.4. In the garden, there are some flowers.5. There is a car in the garage.6. In my house,there are two telephones.
INTERROGATIVE FORM IS THERE A BED IN MY BEDROOM? YES, THERE IS. IS THERE A CAR IN MY BEDROOM? NO, THERE ISN’T. ARE THERE TWO WINDOWS IN MY BEDROOM? YES, THERE ARE. ARE THERE FOUR LAMPS IN MY BEDROOM? NO, THERE AREN’T.
INTERROGATIVE FORM HOW MANY PICTURES ARE THERE? THERE ARE 2 PICTURES. HOW MANY SOFAS ARE THERE? THERE ARE 2 SOFAS. HOW MANY WINDOWS ARE THERE? THERE IS ONE WINDOW. HOW MANY TABLES ARE THERE? THERE IS ONE TABLE.
NOW IT’S YOUR TURN! IS THERE ANY REFRIGERATOR? YES, THERE IS. IS THERE A BED? NO, THERE ISN’T. ARE THERE TWO CHAIRS? YES, THERE ARE. ARE THERE FOUR MICROWAVES? NO, THERE AREN’T.
NOW IT’S YOUR TURN!HOW MANY MIRRORS ARE THERE?THERE ARE ONE/A MIRROR. HOW MANY SINKS ARE THERE?THERE IS A SINK/ ONE SINK.HOW MANY WINDOWS ARE THERE?THERE ISN’T ANY WINDOW. HOW MANY TABLES ARE THERE?THERE ISN’T ANY TABLE.
A/ AN We use A for singular nouns and when the noun begins with a consonant.Example: There is a sofa in the living room We use AN for plural nouns and when the noun begins with a vowel.Example: There is an umbrella on the table. We use AN when the words start with the consonant “ h” because it is not pronounced.Example: I was waiting for an hour.
We use A when the words start with a vowel but it is pronounced as a consontant.Example: A university /a/ /yuniversity/ A horse /a/ /jors/ A/ AN is only used for singular nouns.
EXERCISES1. WRITE A OR AN. An 1. _____old book An 6. _____ umbrella A An 7. _____organisation 2. _____Window A 3. _____horse A 8. _____university An 4. _____airport An 9. _____hour 5. _____new airport A An 10. _____economic problem
SOME/ ANYCOUNTABLE THEY ARE NOUNS WHICH YOU CAN PLURALIZE. NOUNS egg = eggs tomato= tomatoesUNCOUNTABLE THEY ARE NOUNS WHICH YOU NOUNS CAN’T PLURALIZE. Sugar, rice, coffee, milk, etcWe use SOME for countable and uncountable nouns.You can use SOME for affirmative answers orsentences.Example: There are some chairs.(countable) There is some sugar . (uncountable)
SOME/ ANYWe use ANY for countable and uncountable nouns.You can use ANY for questions and negative answersor sentences.Example: Are the any chairs in my bedroom? There aren’t any mirrors.(countable) There isn’t any sugar. (uncountable) EXERCISES http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/confusing_words/some_any.htmhttp://www.bradleys-english-school.com/online/MultipleChoice/aansomeany.html
HOW MUCH/ HOW MANY We use HOW MUCH and HOW MANY to ask about quantity. We use HOW MUCH for questions with uncountable nouns.Example:HOW MUCH money do you have?HOW MUCH sugar are there in the kitchen? We use HOW MANY for questions with countable nouns.Example:HOW MANY students are there in the school?HOW MANY chairs are there in the kitchen?
EXERCISEShttp://www.better-english.com/easier/howmuch.htm STUDENT’S BOOK AND WORKBOOK.