UNIT 1 - NAMES AND OCCUPATIONS Lesson 1 - Talk about What You Do

1. Talk about what you do 2. Identify People 3. Spell nouns

Vocabulary: Occupations.
1. A student 2. A teacher 3. An athlete 4. A writer 5. An actor 6. A pilot 7. A doctor 8. An engineer 9. An architect 10. A nurse 11. A singer

Grammar. Be: singular statements Affirmative statements
I am Tony. / I’m Tony. You are an engineer. / You’re an engineer. He is a teacher. / He’s a teacher. She is a nurse. / She’s a nurse.

Negative statements
I am not Tim. / I’m not Tim. You are not an architect. / You’re not an architect. He is not a student. / He’s not a student. She is not a doctor. / She’s not a doctor.

I am = I'm He is = He's She is = She's

Articles a / an
a Teacher an Actor

/ You're not pilots. / They're not writers. You are flight attendants. Negative Statements We are not chefs. Contractions We are = We're You are = You're They are = They're . 1. 6. They are not writers. 3. 8.Identify People Vocabulary: More occupations.Lesson 2 . / You're flight You are not pilots. 4. They are musicians. / They're musicians. / We're lawyers. / we're not chefs. 7. Singular and plural nouns / be: plural stataments Singular nouns a chef an athlete Plural nouns 2 chefs 3 athletes Affirmative statements We are lawyers. attendants. A chef A manager A banker An artist A musician A scientist A lawyer A photographer Grammar. 5. 2.

/ No. / No. Be: yes / no questions and short answers Yes / no questions Are you Laura? Is he a manager? Is Marie a teacher? Are you pilots? Are they musicians? Are they Ann and Bob? Short answers Yes.Subject pronouns Singular I You He She Plural We You They Grammar. Yes. he is. I am. they are. / No. we are.. Yes. Yes. / No. they’re not. / No. he’s not. Yes. she is. they’re not. / No. I’m not. we’re not. . Yes. they are. she’s not.

Use a capital letter to begin a proper noun. Proper nouns and common nouns Proper nouns The names of people and places are proper nouns. doctor architect student man . Irene Linden New York Mexico City Common nouns Other nouns are common nouns. Use a lowercase letter to begin a common noun.Lesson 3 – Spell Names Vocabulary: The alphabet. ABCDEFGHIJKLMN OPQRSTUVWXYZ Grammar.

Smith is Laura’s teacher. A friend 3. Paul is not their teacher. Bello.UNIT 2 – RELATIONSHIPS Lesson 1 – Introduce People UNIT GOALS 1. Ms. Get someone’s address and phone number Grammar. A boss 5. A classmate 2. Introduce people 2. A neighbor 4. Gray is Jason’s lawyer. Clark’s manager is Mr. Jones is my doctor. Subject pronouns I you he she we they Possessive adjective my your his her our their Vocabulary: Relationships 1. Tell someone your first and last name 3. A colleague . Possessive nouns Mr. Possessive adjective and nouns Possessive adjective Dr. Lynne is his student.

2. Mrs. 3. Miss 4. Ms. Mr.Lesson 2 – Tell Someone Your First and Last Name Vocabulary: Titles and names Titles 1. Single man or married man Married woman Single woman Single woman or married woman 5. Vivian Lee (Lee is the last name) . Mr. Mrs. Charles Lee (Charles is the first name) 6.

. Venezuela.Lesson 3 – Get Someone’s Address and Phone Number Vocabulary: Numbers 0 – 20 0 zero 1 one 2 two 3 three 4 four 5 five 6 six 7 seven 8 eight 9 nine 10 ten 11 eleven 12 twelve 13 thirteen 14 fourteen 15 fifteen 16 sixteen 17 seventeen 18 eighteen 19 nineteen 20 twenty Grammar. 57-34-0078. Benson@allnet. George. Maracaibo. Be: information questions with What Questions What is her last name? What is her phone number? What’s his first name? What’s his e-mail address? What’s their address? Answers Hayek.com 14 Bolívar Street.

There is a bookstore across the street. Across the street 2. Give and get directions 3. . On the left 5. A newsstand 7. A convenience store 8. there is not. Yes. There is Questions Is there a bookstore near here? Is there a bank near here? Is there a pharmacy on Smith Street? Answers Yes. Suggest a means of transportations Vocabulary: Locations and directions 1. A bank 6. A post office 4. Around the corner 3. A bookstore UNIT GOALS 1. Be: questions with Where / subject pronoun it Where is the bookstore? Where’s the post office? It is down the street on the left. Yes. On the right 6. A restaurant 3. Grammar. Next to the bank Grammar. / No. A pharmacy 2. Down the street 4. there is. Ask about the location of places 2. It’s next to the bank. there’s not.UNIT 3 – DIRECTIONS AND TRANSPORTATIONS Lesson 1 – Ask about the Location of Places Vocabulary: Places in the community 1. there is. A travel agency 5. / No.

Turn left. A taxi stand Vocabulary: Directions 1. 2. Go straight. Go to the corner of Main Street and Park Avenue. A bus station 2. 5. Or: Turn left at the corner. Turn right. 3. .Lesson 2 – Give and Get Directions Vocabulary: More places in the community 1. Go two blocks and turn left. 4. Or: Turn right at the corner. A train station 3.

Walk. An airport Grammar. A stadium 2. A park 3. Drive. Don’t drive.Lesson 3 – Means of transportation Vocabulary: More places 1. A mail 4. The imperative Use imperatives to give directions. . Negative Don’t take a taxi. Don’t walk. A museum 5. Affirmative Take a taxi.

Husband 15. Father 7. She’s my wife. They are Maria’s children. Grandfather 4. Contraction Who is = Who’s Be careful Who are NOT who’re . son 10. Who is he? Who’s Sylvia? Who are they? Who are John and Pat? He’s my son. Parents 5. Daughter 9. Children 8. Grandmother 3. Granddaughter 13. Wife 14. Identify family members 2. They’re my brothers. Grandparents 2. Grandson 12. Grandchildren 11.UNIT 4 – PEOPLE Lesson 1 – Identify Family Members UNIT GOALS 1. Sister 16. Talk about your family 3. Brother Grammar. Mother 6. Be: questions with Who Use Who to ask about people. Describe people Vocabulary: Family members 1.

Vocabulary: Numbers 20 . Have / has: affirmative statements I have one brother and one sister. She has three daughters. He She Has three daughters. I You We They Have a son.Lesson 2 – Talk about Your Family Grammar.100 20 twenty 21 twenty-one 22 twenty-two 23 twenty-three 24 twenty-four 25 twenty-five 26 twenty-six 27 twenty-seven 28 twenty-eight 29 twenty-nine 30 thirty 31 thirty-one … 40 forty 50 fifty 60 sixty 70 seventy 80 eighty 90 ninety 100 one hundred .

Grammar. Twenty-six He’s thirty-six and she’s twenty-eight. She’s twenty. Be: questions with How old How old is he? How old is your sister? How old is Kate? How old are they? How old are your grandparents? He’s nineteen years old. They’re both 84. .

Cute 5. She is pretty. Old 8. Good-looking 4.Lesson 3 – Describe People Vocabulary: Adjectives to describe people 1. Handsome 3. Young Grammar. The adverbs so and very make adjectives stronger. He’s handsome. Tall 6. Short 7. Pretty 2. His daughter is so cute! She’s very tall. . Your children are cute. They’re tall. Adjectives / very and so Describe people with a form of be and adjective.

It is one O’clock 2. It’s midnight. Talk about dates Vocabulary: What time is it? 1. Late . It’s one twenty. on time. It’s noon. It’s one forty-five. 1:00 1:45 1:20 1:30 1:40 1:45 12:00 pm 12:00 am Vocabulary: Early. It’s a quarter after one. 4. 5. Early 2. It’s one fifteen. 6. and late.UNIT 5 – EVENTS AND TIMES Lesson 1 – Talk about Time UNIT GOALS 1. 1. 7. It’s half past one. It’s twenty after one. Tal about time 2. 3. 8. Invite someone to an event 3. It’s one thirty. It’s one forty. It’s twenty to two. On time 3. It’s a quarter to two.

Lesson 2 – Invite Someone to an Event Vocabulary: Events 1. A play 3. A concert 4. When is the class? Friday. A speech Grammar. A game 6. A movie 2. . Friday at 9:30 What day is the party? Saturday. (At) nine thirty. Be: questions about time Questions What time is it? What time’s the class? Answers Five o’clock (At) nine thirty. A party 5.

Lesson 3 – Talk about Dates Vocabulary: Months of the year 1. December Vocabulary: Ordinal numbers 1st first 2nd second 3rd third 4th fourth 5th fifth 6th sixth 7th seventh 8th eighth 9th ninth 10th tenth 11th eleventh 12th twelfth 13th thirteenth 14th fourteenth 15th fifteenth 16th sixteenth 17th seventeenth 18th eighteenth 19th nineteenth 20th twentieth 21st twenty-first 22nd twenty-second 30th thirtieth 40th fortieth 50th fiftieth . February 3. October 11. June 7. January 2. November 12. March 4. September 10. May 6. August 9. July 8. April 5.

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