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  1. B E G I N N E R E N G L I S H L E V E L 2 P R E S E N T A T I O N 1 0
  2. P H O N I C S – C O N T R O L L E D ‘ R ’ ‘or’ - sound doctor collector inspector instructor visitor editor janitor solicitor aggressor assessor confessor processor error horror mirror terror alligator applicator calculator dictator demonstrator educator elevator indicator operator radiator senator refrigerator spectator mayor sailor donor
  3. P H O N I C S – C O N T R O L L E D ‘ R ’ ‘our’ - sound hour our tour four your sour pour detour course hourly adjourn journey British English spelling (Drop the ‘u’ in American spelling) clamour endavour humour rumours harbour honour labour colour tumour neighbour 4
  4. P H O N I C S – C O N T R O L L E D ‘ R ’ ‘ore’ – sound bore ore core gore more chore score shore snore sore store tore before adore deplore explore galore ignore implore restore therefore carnivore herbivore omnivore BAKERY
  5. P H O N I C S – C O N T R O L L E D ‘ R ’ ‘or’ – sound stork pork torn born storm corn thorn fort torch cork sport horse ‘oor’ - sound door poor moor boor doorknobs doorstep floor indoor
  6. C O N V E R S AT I O N – T H E PA R A K E E T Practical Exercise 1: View the video and answer the questions in the worksheets for Presentation 10.
  7. V O C A B U L A R Y – T H E PA R A K E E T eye cere beak wing claws tail head feather eggs nest
  8. V O C A B U L A R Y T E S T a. b. c. e. d. f. g. h. i. j. Practical Exercise 2: Complete the test in your worksheet for Presentation 10.
  9. T I M E It is 9:00AM (Ante Meridiem). Il est 9 heures du matin. It is 9:00PM (Post Meridiem). Il est 9 heures du soir. Some Useful expressions: English French From time to time. De temps en temps It is too much by half. C’est trop de moitie. To do something by half. Faire quelque chose a demie To go halves with somebody. Partager avec quelqu’un. Practical Exercise 3: Learn the expressions and complete the test in your worksheet for Presentation 10.
  10. D AT E A N D W E E K E N D S English French Creole Today Yesterday Tomorrow Weekdays. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Aujourd’hui Hier Demain Jours de la semaine Lundi Mardi Mercredi Jeudi Vendredi Samedi Dimanche Jodia Yer Demen Lasemenn Lendi Madi Mekredi Jedi Vandredi Samdi Dimanch Practical Exercise 4: Complete the test in the worksheet for Presentation 10.
  11. M O N T H S ENGLISH FRENCH CREOLE January Janvier Janvye February Fevrier Fevrye March Mars Mas April Avril Avwil May Mai Me June Juin Jwen
  12. M O N T H S ENGLISH FRENCH CREOLE July Juillet Jiye August Aout Daou September Septembre Septanm October Octorbre Oktob November Novembre Novanm December Decembre Desanm Practical Exercise 5: Learn the months of the year and complete the test in the worksheet for Presentation 10.
  13. S E A S O N S SEASONS SAISONS SEZON Spring Printemps Pwentan Summer Ete Ete Autumn/Fall Automne Otonn Winter Hiver Iver
  14. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - N O U N S Possessive noun not followed by noun. So far, all possessive nouns are followed by a noun. But if a noun (for example, a place of business) is understood, a possessive noun with its apostrophe and s is not followed by a noun if the meaning is clear. Examples: o He went to the barber's to have his hair cut. o She was at the butcher's when I called her. o His pet dog’s tail is shorter than his cat’s. o I met her queuing at Long and Short’s this morning. o His stomach is bloated from excessive drinking, but his brother’s is flat.
  15. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - P R O N O U N S Uncommon demonstrative pronouns: none, such, neither. None is used to show not one of a group of people or things. Such is used to refer to someone or something specified or implied. Neither is used to mean not the one and not the other of two people or things. Examples: None can be used as singular and plural demonstrative pronouns. Singular: The seller said that none of that type is available. Plural: She was talking about the world coming to an end, but none of us were listening. (None is plural because us is plural.) Such can be used as singular and plural demonstrative pronouns. Singular: If such is the way she explains things, the children will find it difficult to understand. (Such is singular because way is singular.) Plural: Such are the things we need to bring along for the trip to study the rocky landscape. (Such is plural because things is plural.) Neither is always a singular pronoun and requires a singular verb. Singular: Neither of the parents believes a word of what he said. Practical Exercise 6: Fill in the correct words in worksheet for Presentation 10.
  16. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - V E R B S (Present Tense) The girl plays in the sand. (Past Tense) Yesterday, the girl played in the sand. (Present Tense) The boy walks his dog. (Past Tense) Yesterday, the boy walked his dog. (Present Tense) The children jump on the bed. (Past Tense) Yesterday, the children jumped on the bed. (Present Tense) The boy watches television. (Past Tense) Yesterday, the boy watched television.
  17. A N T O N Y M S tall short fat thin sad happy ill well young old Antonyms are opposites.
  18. S Y N O N Y M S Synonyms are words with similar meanings. cold freezing boy lad old elderly fat obese ill sick boat ship Practical Exercise 7: Learn the anonyms and synonyms. Complete the exercise in the worksheet for Presentation
  19. R E A D T H E S T O R Y The parakeet is a bird from the parrot family. They are dear little birds, which come in different colors. There are those with white heads and those with yellow heads, and these are the two different mutations. Those with white heads are usually blue; on the other hand, those with yellow heads are usually green. But there are exceptions. There are parakeets with yellow heads and blue bodies, and vice versa. Parakeets live to between ten and fifteen years. They are fertile at around eight months and can breed up to eight times a year. They usually have between three to eight babies at one time. These birds are extremely intelligent, and you can teach them to talk. Practical Exercise 8: Read the story and answer the questions in the worksheet for Presentation 10.
  20. S P E L L I N G T E S T Learn the spelling words on Slides 2, 3, 4, and 5 the ‘or’, ‘our’, ‘or’ and ‘oor’ sounds. Complete the test in Practical Exercise 9 in your worksheets for Presentation 10. Click on the icon below. Listen carefully and pause the audio and write the word.