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  1. 1. QuestionWhat did you see inthis VDO? What does VDO talk about? Which finger that the fish bitted?
  2. 2. vocabulary Adjective covered in water or another liquid a wet floor, a wet umbrellaExample I get wet. She is wet of water.
  3. 3. vocabularyNoun a current of airmoving approximatelyhorizontally, especiallyone strong enough to befelt Example I saw the wind blow.
  4. 4. vocabulary Adjective describes a place that is empty and not attractive, with no people or nothing pleasant in itExample This village is desolate. I feel desolate.
  5. 5. vocabularyAdjective slightly burnt, ordamaged by fire or heat Thecountryside was scorchedafter several weeks of hotsun. Example Fire scorched forest. fire scorched steak.
  6. 6. Must Structures• We can use must to show that we are certain something is true.• Structure: S + must + be +complement Example: It must be nice to live in Florida. Example: You must be punctual.
  7. 7. Must Structures• We also use must to express a strong obligation. When we use must this usually means that some personal circumstance makes the obligation necessary• Structure: S + must + v1 +complement Example: I must go to bed earlier.
  8. 8. Have to Structures• We can also use have to to express a strong obligation. When we use have to this usually means that some external circumstance makes the obligation necessary.• Structure: S + have to + v1 + complement Example: I have to send a report to Head Office every week.
  9. 9. vocabulary reviewslightly burnt, or damaged byfire or heat The countryside wasscorched after several weeks ofhot sun. describes a place that is empty and not attractive, with no people or nothing pleasant in it
  10. 10. vocabulary reviewcovered in water oranother liquid a wetfloor, a wet umbrella a current of air moving approximately horizontally, especially one strong enough to be felt
  11. 11. Structure reviewIt must be nice to live in must to show thatFlorida. we are certain something is true.I must go to bed earlier. have to to expressI have to send a report to a strong obligation.Head Office every week.You must be punctual. must to express a strong obligation.
  12. 12. January cold desolate;February dripping wet;March wind ranges;April changes;Birds sing in tuneTo flowers of May;
  13. 13. And sunny JuneBrings longest day;In scorched JulyThe storm-clouds flyLightning-torn;August bears corn’September fruit;
  14. 14. In rough OctoberEarth must disrobe her;Stars fall and shootIn keen November;And night is longAnd cold is strongIn bleak December.
  15. 15. rhymeJanuary cold desolate;February dripping wet;March wind ranges;April changes; stanza
  16. 16. What does this poem talk about? How many rhymeappear in this poem?
  17. 17. MatchingCreate a calendar by match the picturewith the correct month.
  18. 18. January February
  19. 19. March April
  20. 20. May June
  21. 21. July August
  22. 22. September October
  23. 23. November December
  24. 24. popular poemChoose the poem stanza you like most and explain why?.Then write down and practice reading I like March because……………………………………….. ………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………… ………………………………………………………………………… …………………………………………………………………………

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