TO BE VERB

I AM

HE / SHE / IT IS

YOU ARE

WE ARE

THEY ARE

To be or not to be. The book is on the table. I am waiting.

Hi, I’m Tom. What’s your Hi, Dad. This is Dave. Hello, John. How are you?
name? Hello. Nice to meet you. I’m fine, thanks. And you?
Anna. Nice to meet you, too. I’m OK, thank you.
Sorry?
Anna!

WHERE ARE YOU FROM?

LISTEN AND COMPLETE:
Are you ________?
No, I’m ________. I’m from Vancouver.

Where are you from?
We’re from ________.
Are you on vacation?
No, we aren’t. We’re on business. AREN’T = We are not from…

Where is she from? Is she from ________?
No, she isn’t. She is ________. She’s from ISN’T = She is not from...
Buenos Aires.

Mmm, delicious. Is it ________?
No, it isn’t. It’s ________.

WHO ARE YOU?

My name is Marta and I’m from England. I speak English and learn Portuguese in
my classes. My teacher is Brazilian and his name is Henrique.

. school. e-mail. child. siesta and judo. g. e. From other languages Today English is an international language. Technology Every year hundreds of words come into English from new technology. They sometimes have irregular pronunciation. e. e. beef. From French Some English words come from French. educate. water. WRITE A SIMILAR TEXT ABOUT YOU: LEARN SPEAK WRITE I LEARN YOU LEARN HE / SHE / IT LEARNS WE LEARN YOU LEARN THEY LEARN CAN YOU UNDERSTAND THIS TEXT? Where are English words from? Many basic English words come from Old English. g. royal. bird. Thousands of English words come from different languages. number. menu. From Latin Other English words come from Latin.. woman. . g.. e.. g. hotel. Internet.. man. text message. house. family. g. e. England.

Today/every year. Who is.. . Can*. Your name. To Meet.. Understand.. Have.. How are you? Other words… Learn. NEW WORDS VOCABULARY VERBS What’s… This is nice. Some words… Speak.. Come.. My name is… Sometimes… Write. Where are… Many words… Listen.