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Teacher Resource Disc Slide shows for use with PowerPoint presentation software Betty Schrampfer Azar Stacy A. Hagen Laurette Poulos Simmons Copyright © 2007 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved.

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  • Teacher Resource DiscSlide shows for use with PowerPoint presentation softwareBetty Schrampfer AzarStacy A. HagenLaurette Poulos SimmonsCopyright 2007 by Pearson Education, Inc.All rights reserved.

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  • Preview1-1 Noun + is + noun: singular1-2 Noun + are + noun: plural1-3 Pronoun + be + noun1-4 Contractions with be1-5 Negative with be1-6 Be + adjective1-7 Be + a place1-8 Summary: basic sentence patterns with be CONTENTS

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    My name is Akela.CHAPTER 1: PREVIEWWhats your name?Akela

    First NameCountry

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    CHAPTER 1: PREVIEWKenyaWhat country are you from?AkelaIm from Kenya.

    First NameCountry

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  • *Nick

    CHAPTER 1: PREVIEWWhats your name?KenyaAkelaMy name is Nick.

    First NameCountry

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    CHAPTER 1: PREVIEWGreeceWhat country are you from?Im from Greece.KenyaAkelaNick

    First NameCountry

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  • *Canada is a country.1-1 NOUN + IS + NOUN: SINGULAR

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  • *(a) Canada is a country.(a) Canada is a country. Canada =a singular noun is =a singular verb country =a singular nounNOUN + IS + NOUN1-1 NOUN + IS + NOUN: SINGULAR

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  • *(b) Sydney is a city.(b) Sydney is a city. 1-1 NOUN + IS + NOUN: SINGULARA is an article. A singular nouns

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  • * Brazil is a country.

    Peru is a country.

    Santiago is a city.

    *1-1 NOUN + IS + NOUN: SINGULAR

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  • *1-1 NOUN + IS + NOUN: SINGULAR

    (c) A butterfly is an insect.AAn

    same meaninga and an are articles

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  • *1-1 NOUN + IS + NOUN: SINGULARa chaira womana schoola liona beda man

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  • *1-1 NOUN + IS + NOUN: SINGULARa chaira womana schoola liona beda manA in front of consonants

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  • *1-1 NOUN + IS + NOUN: SINGULARan elevatoran eggan avocadoan elephantan ovenan ear

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  • *an elevator1-1 NOUN + IS + NOUN: SINGULARan eggan avocadoan elephantan ovenan earAn in front of vowels

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    An apple is a fruit.

    A bear is an animal.

    A rose is a flower.1-1 NOUN + IS + NOUN: SINGULAR

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  • * __ school is ___ building.

    2. ___ horse is ___ animal.3. ___ ant is ___ insect.4. Soccer is ___ sport.1-1 Lets PracticeAaanAAnana a an

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  • *Colombia is a ______.

    Argentina is a ______.

    Sao Paulo is a ___.

    1-1 Lets Practicecountrycountrycity*Sao Paulo

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    A printer is a ________.1-1 Lets Practiceshapemachinebuilding

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  • *A square is a _______.

    1-1 Lets Practice

    shapemachinebuilding

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  • *A house is a ________.1-1 Lets Practice

    shapemachinebuilding

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  • *A triangle is a _______.1-1 Lets Practice

    shapemachinebuilding

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  • *Ducks are birds.1-2 NOUN + ARE + NOUN: PLURAL

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  • *(a) Ducks are birds.(a) Ducks are birds.1-2 NOUN + ARE + NOUN: PLURAL Ducks =a plural noun are =a plural verb birds =a plural nounNOUN + ARE + NOUN

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  • * PLURAL: dogs, animals(b) SINGULAR: a dog, an animal a and an only with singular nounsplural nouns end in -s1-2 NOUN + ARE + NOUN: PLURAL

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  • * (c) SINGULAR: a city, a country PLURAL: cities, countries cityiesOmit the -y and add -ies1-2 NOUN + ARE + NOUN: PLURAL

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  • * (c) SINGULAR: a city, a country PLURAL: cities, countries 1-2 NOUN + ARE + NOUN: PLURAL countryiesOmit the -y and add -ies

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  • * NOUN and NOUN + ARE + NOUN

    (d) Italy and Greece are countries. (e) Bees and ants are bugs. 1-2 NOUN + ARE + NOUN: PLURAL

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  • *A school is a building. Schools are buildings. singularplural1-2 Lets Practice

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  • *Elephants are animals.An elephant is an animal.singularplural1-2 Lets Practice

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  • *A swan is a bird.singularpluralSwans are birds.1-2 Lets Practice

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  • *Carrots are vegetables.

    yesno

    1-2 Lets Practice

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  • *Bees is insects.

    yesno

    1-2 Lets Practice

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  • *I am a teacher.1-3 PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

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    (a) I am a teacher.1-3 PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

    PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

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    (a) I am a teacher.(b) You are a teacher.1-3 PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

    PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

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    (a) I am a teacher.(b) You are a teacher.(c) She is a teacher.1-3 PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

    PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

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    (a) I am a teacher.(b) You are a teacher.(c) She is a teacher.(d) He is a teacher.1-3 PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

    PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

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  • *SINGULAR

    (a) I am a teacher.(b) You are a teacher.(c) She is a teacher.(d) He is a teacher.(e) It is a school.1-3 PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

    PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

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    (a) I am a teacher.(b) You are a teacher.(c) She is a teacher.(d) He is a teacher.(e) It is a school.PLURAL(f) We are teachers.(g) You are teachers.(h) They are teachers.1-3 PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

    PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

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    I am a teacher.You are a teacher.She is a teacher.He is a teacher.It is a school.PLURALWe are teachers.You are teachers.They are teachers.1-3 PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

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    I am a teacher.You are a teacher.She is a teacher.He is a teacher.It is a school.PLURALWe are teachers.You are teachers.They are teachers.1-3 PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

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    I am a teacher.You are a teacher.She is a teacher.He is a teacher.It is a school.PLURALWe are teachers.You are teachers.They are teachers.1-3 PRONOUN + BE + NOUN

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  • *SINGULARI .You ________ .She _______ .PLURALWe _______ .You _______ .They _______ .am a girlare a girlis a girlare girlsare girlsare girls1-3 Lets Practice

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  • *Im a teacher.1-4 CONTRACTIONS WITH BE

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  • * AM I + am ImIm a teacher.PRONOUN + BE CONTRACTION1-4 CONTRACTIONS WITH BE

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  • * Shes a girl.Its a cat.Hes a boy.she + is sheshe + is hesISPRONOUN + BE CONTRACTION1-4 CONTRACTIONS WITH BE

    it + is its

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  • * Youre students.Theyre students.Were students.you + are yourewe + are wereAREPRONOUN + BE CONTRACTION1-4 CONTRACTIONS WITH BE

    they + are theyre

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  • *My teacher is a woman._____ nice.1-4 Lets PracticeShes

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  • *My dog has four puppies.______ cute.1-4 Lets PracticeTheyre

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  • *_____ friendly.YoureI like you.1-4 Lets Practice

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  • *______ students.WereI have two sisters.1-4 Lets Practice

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  • *I am not a teacher.1-5 NEGATIVE WITH BE

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  • *(a) I am not a doctor.(b) You are not a doctor.(c) She is not a doctor.(d) He is not a doctor. Im notYoure notYou arentHes notHe isntShes notShe isnt1-5 NEGATIVE WITH BECONTRACTIONS

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  • * Theyre notThey arentYoure notYou arentIts notIt isntWere notWe arent(e) It is not a city.(f ) We are not doctors.(g) You are not teachers.(h) They are not teachers.1-5 NEGATIVE WITH BECONTRACTIONS

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  • *The women ______ nurses.Theyre doctors

    1-5 Lets Practiceisnt arentthey doctorsarent______________.

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  • *This girl ____ a teacher.Shes a student1-5 Lets Practiceisnt arentshe studentisnt______________.

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  • *_________.1-5 Lets PracticeisntIts a catThis animal _____ a dog.isnt arentit cat

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  • *A fire is warm.1-6 BE + ADJECTIVE

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  • *1-6 BE + ADJECTIVE Adjectives describe nounsAn elephant is big.A butterfly is small.A ball is round.A fire is warm.Sarah is happy.

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  • * NOUN + BE + ADJECTIVE (a) An orange is round. (b) Oranges are round. (c) Jane is young. (d) Ada and Rob are intelligent.1-6 BE + ADJECTIVE

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  • * PRONOUN + BE + ADJECTIVE (e) I am happy. (f ) It is round. (g) We are young.1-6 BE + ADJECTIVE

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  • *Hes not clean. Hes ____.dirty1-6 Lets Practice

    small rich dirty

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  • *Deserts arent wet. Theyre ___. dry1-6 Lets Practice

    sad sweet dry

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    Ice cream __ ____.cold1-6 Lets Practice

    coldwarmsmallbig

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    A fire __ _____.iswarm1-6 Lets Practice

    cold warm goodbad

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    The tree __ ____. The bushes ___ _____.

    short are

    tallshortyoungold

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    tallis

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  • *Janet is at home.1-7 BE + A PLACE

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    (b) Bill is at the library.here = a placeat the library = a placebe place1-7 BE + A PLACE

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  • *outside.there.downtown.upstairs.downstairs.here. (c) Janet isinsideupstairstheredowntowndownstairsone-word places1-7 BE + A PLACEoutsideinside.

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  • *Jonas is outside. 1-7 BE + A PLACE

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  • *Luke is upstairs. 1-7 BE + A PLACE

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  • *PREPOSITION + NOUN(d) Silvia is next to Jenny. 1-7 BE + A PLACE prepositional phrasepreposition + noun=

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  • *Jara is . 1-7 BE + A PLACEin the pool

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  • *Lia is . 1-7 BE + A PLACEon the car

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  • * He isdowntown.upstairs.outside.one wordShe is on the car.at school.in the pool.prepositional phrase

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  • *onThe plant is ___ the table.1-7 Lets Practiceat under above on

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  • *Max is ________. downtown1-7 Lets Practicedowntownhereoutside

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  • *atundernext toonBeth is ___ school. 1-7 Lets Practiceat

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  • *The table and chair are _____ the tree. under1-7 Lets Practiceatunderaboveon

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  • *An elephant is big.1-8 SUMMARY: BASIC SENTENCE PATTERNS WITH BE

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  • *1-8 SUMMARY: BASIC SENTENCE PATTERNS WITH BE3 basic completionsSUBJECT + BE + A PLACE(c) She is at the gym.(d) I am downstairs.

    a noun an adjective

    an expressionof place ADJECTIVE(b) She is happy. NOUN(a) I am a teacher.

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  • *An eagle is a bird.1-8 Lets Practicecorrect?___

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  • *Eggs is healthy. Eggs are healthy. correct?___no

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  • *China and Japan are countries.1-8 Lets Practicecorrect?___

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  • *The lion is big. correct?___The lion are big. no

    1-8 Lets Practice

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  • *The boys are at the beach.The boys is at the beach.no

    1-8 Lets Practicecorrect? ___

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