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Vocabulary: Countries, nationalities and occupations 2 Grammar: be descriptive adjectives 3-4 5

Meet people. Ask and give personal information. Describe several occupations. Talk about people and their occupations.

Grammar: be + adjective + noun 5-6 Possessive adjectives 7-8


Vocabulary: Countries.Iraqi Baharain.Sudanese Vietnam.Chinese Japan.Vietnamese ISH The U.Japanese Sudan.K-British Poland-Polish Spain.Baharaini Kuwait. nationalities and occupations 1 2 4 5 3 -ESE China.Iranian I Oman.Omani Iraq.Kuwaiti 2 .Spanish Scotland-Scottish AN Brazil .Brazilian The USA-American Colombia-Colombian Iran.

Fill the blanks with the name of the country. Match the profession with the definitions: 1. Receptionist 2. This is Jean Paul he is from_________ he is _______ and he works as a______. Travel agent 5. This is Lucca he is from _____ he is _______ and she works as a_______. Teacher 6. the nationality and the profession of each person: This is John he is from_________ he is _______ and he works as a_______. Pilot designs things teaches students flies airplanes answers phone calls helps travelers takes pictures 3 . Photographer 4. Engineer 3.freedigitalphotos.

If you want to say what is your nationality.pronunciationtips. IE: Las nacionalidades son difíciles de saber en Ingles ya que no manejan un patrón que se pueda seguir para adicionar sus terminaciones. que son: ESE-AN-ISH-I. which are: ESE-AN-ISH-I. you need the verb "To be" since the verb "To be" is used for two things to tell adjectives and to tell the necesita el verbo “To be” ya que el verbo “To be” sirve para dos cosas para adjetivar y para decir la locación. 4 . es decir: Subject pronoun + be I You/We/They He/She/ It am are is a dancer Colombian a student adjective I You/We/They He/She/ It am are is at Escolme in Paris in Medellín location Be contractions I´m (aim) Australian Irish doctors teachers a pilot in Brazil in Oman You´re (your) We´re (uiar) They´re (der) He´s (jis) She´s (jer) It´s (its) Visita la siguiente pagina para escuchar su pronunciación: http://www.The nationalities are hard to know in English because they do not have a pattern that you can follow to add their endings. si quiere decir cual es su nacionalidad.htm Al final de este documento hay una lista de las nacionalidades en Inglés. atch?v=8c-8WjfkquQ • om/Interactive%20games/ countries%20and%20natio tch?v=LZbD4usGm0&list=PL941BC26FDE36 08BF •Visita el siguiente link para practicar con más ejercicios de aplicació Practice Play Watch 5 .htm •Nationalities: •http://www.or g/verbs/ atch?v=DbSNaYxeO6I • atch?v=fC9EQ3BcKs0 •https://www. pl/grammarHelpers1. •http://www.html •Visita el siguinete link para encontrar juegos con be •http://www.•visita los links para ver videos de contracciones "to be": • atch?v=IZa3_J5QsqY •

Adjectives normally go before nouns: los adjetivos normalmente van antes del adjetivo. they go in this order: cuando hay dos o más adjetivos. 2. ellos van en este orden: 6 . He has a big car. When there are two or more adjectives.Order of adjectives: 1.

an.html o Ir al final del documento para la definición de cada item1 Antes de la opinión se pone cualquiera de las siguientes cosas: El número osea: one. Those are my little young students. those. their. etc o El pronombre: his. 7 . two. our.Para más información visita: http://mentoringfromabroadsanantonio. o El determinant: como: this. o Adjetivos posesivos: my. They are two big American soccer der-of-adjectives.. etc. but it is very unusual to have eight adjectives in one sentence. Es importante saber que este es el orden que se debe de usar. She is wearing a short black leather miniskirt. He is my handsome and tall boyfriend. pero que es muy inusual tener ocho adjetivos en una sola oración. your. etc o El artículo como: a. the. etc. that. It is important to know that this is the order that should be used. etc2 EXAMPLES: She is a beautiful old Colombian woman.blogspot.

youtube.html • /Adjectives/game1.html •Visita el siguinete link para encontrar juegos con adjetives: • v=R85grXacK2U • games/ v=5hIqdPrH--k •Visita el siguiente link para practicar con más ejercicios de aplicació v=kSOQ3B9Mhhc •http://www. •http://www.ezschool.Possessive Adjectives2 I You He She It You We They My (mi) your (tu yo) his (de el) her (de ella) your (suyo) our (nuestro) their (de ellos) Examples: This is my boyfriend Is this your notebook? Her father come from the USA Our dog is a black sheepdog Their students are professionals • Para más información visita el siguiente link para ver un video de adjectives: •http://www.or g/grammar/ jectives-and-antonyms-sentencesesl-interactive-fun-game/ Watch Practice Play 8 v=Xktgpid88Vs •http://www.html •

Country: I live in England. COUNTRY Africa America Argentina Austria Autralia Bangladesh Belgium Brazil Britain Cambodia Chile China Colombia Croatia the Czech Republic Denmark England Finland France Germany Greece Holland Hungary Iceland India Indonesia Iran Iraq Ireland Israel Jamaica Japan ADJECTIVE African American Argentinian Austrian Australian Bangladesh(i) Belgian Brazilian British Cambodian Chilean Chinese Colombian Croatian Czech Danish English Finnish French German Greek Dutch Hungarian Icelandic Indian Indonesian Iranian Iraqi Irish Israeli Jamaican Japanese NOUN an African an American an Argentinian an Austrian an Australian a Bangladeshi a Belgian a Brazilian a Briton/Britisher a Cambodian a Chilean a Chinese a Colombian a Croat a Czech a Dane an Englishman/Englishwoman a Finn a Frenchman/Frenchwoman a German a Greek a Dutchman/Dutchwoman a Hungarian an Icelander an Indian an Indonesian an Iranian an Iraqi an Irishman/Irishwoman an Israeli a Jamaican a Japanese 9 . 3. 2.NATIONALITIES 1. Noun: She is an Englishwoman. Adjective: He read English literature.

The Spanish often go to sleep in the afternoon.php 10 .edufind. a Saudi Arabian a Scot a Serb a Slovak a Swede a Swiss a Thai an American a Tunisian a Turk a Vietnamese a Welshman/Welshwoman a Yugoslav Note: We use the + nationality adjective ending in -ese or -ish with a plural verb. Saudi Arabian Scottish Serbian Slovak Swedish Swiss Thai American Tunisian Turkish Vietnamese Welsh Yugoslav a Mexican a Moroccan a Norwegian a Peruvian a Filipino a Pole a Portuguese a Rumanian a Russian a Saudi.Mexico Morocco Norway Peru the Philippines Poland Portugal Rumania Russia Saudi Arabia Scotland Serbia the Slovak Republic Sweden Switzerland Thailand The USA Tunisia Turkey Vietnam Wales Yugoslavia Mexican Moroccan Norwegian Peruvian Philippine Polish Portuguese Rumanian Russian Saudi. to refer to all people of that nationality: The Chinese are very hard-working.

Examples: large. Examples: wooden. tiny. Examples: sleeping (as in “sleeping bag”). of course. American. metal.htm 11 . paper Age Shape Colour Origin Material A purpose adjective describes what something is used for.uvcs. Examples: ancient.uvic. Examples: square. flat. rectangular A colour adjective. old A shape adjective describes the shape of something.WORD ORDER: ADJECTIVES. lunar.1 An opinion adjective explains what you think about something (other people may not Opinion agree with you). reddish. young. tells you how big or small something is. roasting (as in “roasting tin”) http://web2. round. beautiful. difficult Size A size adjective. Greek A material adjective describes what something is made from. Examples: blue. cotton. describes the colour of something. Examples: French. grey An origin adjective describes where something comes from. of course. new. These adjectives often end Purpose with “-ing”. enormous. horrible. eastern. Examples: silly. little An age adjective tells you how young or old something or someone is.