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  • CONTENT

    UNIT 1

    Greeting

    Grammar: Wh-questions and statements with be and personal pronoun

    UNIT 2

    Things around us

    Grammar: Definite and Indefinite article, This/That, These/Those

    UNIT 3 Times of the day, date, days of the week Grammar: Preposition of time, Question with what time, what date, what day

    UNIT 4

    Occupation

    Grammar: Adjective and Adverb

    UNIT 5

    Where is the post office?

    Grammar: Preposition: in, on, at and direction

    UNIT 6

    Routines, general truth

    Grammar: Simple Present Tense

    UNIT 7

    Activities at the moment

    Grammar: Present Continuous Tense

    UNIT 8

    Health problems, advice and request

    Grammar: Imperatives

    UNIT 9

    Shopping and prices, preferences

    Grammar: questions with how much and which

    UNIT 10

    A time to remember

    Grammar: Past Tense

    UNIT 11

    Past Experience

    Grammar: Present perfect, connecting words: first, after that, next, then, finally

    UNIT 12

    Basic Sentence Structure

    Grammar: Basic sentence structure

  • UNIT 1UNIT 1UNIT 1UNIT 1

    Greeting, names and addressGreeting, names and addressGreeting, names and addressGreeting, names and address

    WhWhWhWh----questions with bequestions with bequestions with bequestions with be, pronouns, pronouns, pronouns, pronouns

    What isWhat isWhat isWhat is your name? My name is Chuck

    Where areWhere areWhere areWhere are you from? I am from Texas

    What isWhat isWhat isWhat is her name? Her name is Michiko

    Where isWhere isWhere isWhere is she from? She is from Japan

    Who areWho areWho areWho are they? They are Anna’s parents

    What areWhat areWhat areWhat are their names? Their names are Mr. and Mrs. Brown

    Where areWhere areWhere areWhere are they from? They’re from New York

    ContractionsContractionsContractionsContractions

    I am = I’m We are = We’re

    You are = You’re They are = They’re

    He is = He’s What is = What’s

    She is = She’s Where is =Where’s

    It is = It’s

    Subject PronounsSubject PronounsSubject PronounsSubject Pronouns Object pronounsObject pronounsObject pronounsObject pronouns Possessive adjectivesPossessive adjectivesPossessive adjectivesPossessive adjectives

    I me my

    You you your

    He him his

    She her her

    It it its

    We us our

    You you your

    They them their

    ExerciseExerciseExerciseExercise

    A. Complete this conversation. Then practice with a partner Andre : Helen, who are the two women over there?

    Helen : Oh, ………………names are Susan and Liz.

    Helen : Hi, Susan. This…………Andre. ……………………from Germany.

    Andre : Hello, Nice to meet you.

    Susan : Good to meet you, Andre.

    Liz : And …………….name ……………….Liz

    Andre : Hi, Liz.

    Helen : Liz and Susan ………………from Canada.

    Andre : oh, Where ………….you from in Canada?

    Liz : ……………from Toronto.

  • B. Complete these questions. 1. A: ………………………………..that?

    B: That’s Eric

    2. A: ………………………..he from?

    B: He’s from Los Angeles

    3. A: ……………………….his last name?

    B: It’s Clapton

    4. A: …………………the two students over there?

    B: Their names are Jill and Frank

    5. A: ………………………they from?

    B: they’re from Canada.

    C. Substitute pronouns for the italicized words in each sentence. Notice the example. e.g = The boy is reading the book. � He is reading it.

    1." The students are talking to Tom. 2." Mr. and Mrs. Johnson enjoy television very much. 3." That fellow understands the lesson completely. 4." The children like their teachers very much. 5." Do Charles and Mary like that English book? 6." Is Miss Brown explaining the lesson to the students? 7." The women are talking about the party. 8." Those people need the money as soon as possible. 9." Frank and I usually meet our friends at the corner. 10."The waitress always washes the tables carefully. 11."John, Frank and I are studying the new words now. 12."Betty sends a letter to her parents every week. 13."Do Bill and you read that newspaper every morning? 14."The policeman is giving a ticket to that woman. 15."The United States consists of fifty individual states.

    D. Works in pairs to have question and answer about each other’s name and origin. Write it on a piece of paper.

    UNIT 2UNIT 2UNIT 2UNIT 2

    Things around usThings around usThings around usThings around us Indefinite and Definite article, This/That, These/Those

    •" We use the indefinite article “a” or “an” to talk about something for the first time, and to

    talk about people’s jobs.

    e.g.: I got a handbag for my birthday. Mr. Brownstone is an accountant.

  • •" We use the definite article “the” to talk about something we have already mentioned.

    e.g.: I really like the handbag that I got for my birthday.

    •" ThisThisThisThis indicates something close to the speaker

    ThatThatThatThat indicates something away from the speaker

    TheseTheseTheseThese indicates some things close to the speaker

    ThoseThoseThoseThose indicates some things away from the speaker

    Exercise:

    A. In this exercise you have to put in a/an or the. 1." This morning I bought ………..newspaper and …………magazine. …………newspaper

    is in my bag but I don’t know where ……………magazine is.

    2." My parents have ………cat and ……..dog. ……….dog never bites ………..cat but

    ………cat often scratches …………dog.

    3." I saw ………accident this morning. ……….car crashed into ……..wall. ………driver of

    ………car was not hurt but ……….car was quite badly damaged.

    4." We live in ………old house in ………..middle of the village. There is ……….beautiful

    garden behind ………..house. ………….roof of …………house is in very bad condition.

    B. Complete these conversations. Then practice them. X: Can I help you?

    Y: How much ………….. ……………..jeans?

    X: …………… …………………$60.

    Y: Sixty or sixteen?

    X: Sixty.

    Y: Sixty dollars! Are you kidding?

    S: Good evening.

    T: How much ………………. ………………….sunglasses?

    S: ………………. ………………..$25.

    T: Oh, really?

    S: Would you like to buy them?

    T: Yes, I’ll take them. ………………..are very nice.

    P: Good morning. Can I help you?

    Q: How much …………….. ……………….bicycle?

    P: ……………… ……………on sale. ………………. …………….only $500.

    Q: Five hundred dollars! Well, I’m just looking, thanks.

    C. Fill in the blanks with this/that/these/those.

    1." I need to stop for a coffee. Is…………… all right with you?

    2." Do you like ……………. trousers? I bought them yesterday.

    3." Look at ……………... man over there! He's not wearing any clothes!

  • 4." Her new house cost over half a million pounds……………… a lot of money.

    5." Hello. ………………. Patrick. Can I speak to Murray, please?

    6." ………………. boots she is wearing look very expensive.

    7." My grandmother never wore trousers when she was young. In ………………. days it

    wasn't acceptable.

    8." I'm going to London again ………………. week-end. Do you want to come?

    9." Yes, let's go to the restaurant tonight. …………………. a great idea.

    10."What's the name of …………….. song by Robbie Williams we heard yesterday?

    11." Oh, I love ……………… pair of trousers. I'm going to buy myself a pair!

    12." Here we are. ……………….. where I live.

    UNIT 3UNIT 3UNIT 3UNIT 3

    Times of the day, Times of the day, Times of the day, Times of the day, date, daysdate, daysdate, daysdate, days of the weekof the weekof the weekof the week

    Preposition of time, Preposition of time, Preposition of time, Preposition of time, Question with what time, what date, what dayQuestion with what time, what date, what dayQuestion with what time, what date, what dayQuestion with what time, what date, what day

    Preposition of time (in, at, on)Preposition of time (in, at, on)Preposition of time (in, at, on)Preposition of time (in, at, on)

    •" We use “at” with times

    at 5 o’clock at 11.4