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Stage 1
Lesson
a name [d nelm]
Hello [hd'ldu]
what [wot]
What is ... ? [wot IZ]
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nazwisko
czesc, dzien dobry
co, jaki
J k
· . t ? C' ?
a leJes .... 0 Jest ....
my name is ... [max nelm IZ] nazywam .. .
your name is ... [j:>: neIm IZ]
nazywasz .. .
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Yf
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My name is John. Your name is Cindy.
Hello, my name is John. Hello, my name is Cindy.
What is your name? My name is Thomas.
What is my name? Your name is Alex.
,What is your name?
My name is Mark.
What is this? [w:>t IZ c5IS] CO to jest?
this [c5IS] ten, ta, to
It is [It IZ] To jest
a pencil [d 'pensIl] o16wek
a pen [d pen] dlugopis
a book [d buk] ksiq.zka
It is a pencil. It is a pen. It is a book.
What is this? It is a pencil.
What is this? It is a pen.
What is this? It is a book.
Book 1 Stage 1
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Chart 2
a door [d d:>:] drzwi
a window [d 'wmddu] okno ...
a ceiling [d 'si:hIJ] sufit
a floor [d f1:>:] pod1oga
What is this? It is a door.
What is this? It is a window.
What is this? It is a ceiling.
What is this? It is a floor.
a table [d 'teIbl] st61
a chair [d tJed] krzes10
a wall [d w:>:l] sciana
a room [d ru:m]
pok6j, sala
What is this?
It is a table.
What is this?
It is a chair.
What is this?
It is a room.
What is this? It is a wall.
a light [d laIt] swiatlo
a picture [d 'pIktJd] obraz, z d j ~ c i e
a box [d boks] pudelko
Is this ... ? [IZ chs] Czy to jest ... ?
yes [jes] tak
Is this a light? Yes, it is a light
Is this a picture? Yes, it is a picture.
Is this a box? Yes, it is a box.
Is this a light? Yes, it is a light.
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is [IZ] jest
is not = isn't [Iznt] nie jest
it is = it's [Its] to jest
no nie
but [hAt] ale
Is this a table? No, it isn't a table, but it's a chair.
Is this a window? No, it isn't a window, but it's a door.
Is this afloor? No, it isn't a floor, but it's a ceiling.
Is this a light? No, it isn't a light, but it's a wall.
a city miasto (duze)
a town miasto (srednie, male)
a village wies
London Londyn
London is a city. Windsor is a town. Amberley is· a village.
Book 1 Stage 1
Is London a city? Yes, London is a city.
Is Windsor a town? Yes, Windsor is a town.
Is Amberley a village? Yes, Amberley is a village.
Is Windsor a city? No, Windsor isn't a city, but it's a town.
Is London a village? No, London isn't a village, but it's a city.
Is Amberley a town? No, Amberley isn't a town,
but it's a village.
large [la:d3] duzy
small [sIll;):l] maly
Warsaw ('W;):S;):] Warszawa
Berlin (b3:'lm] Berlin
'The door is large. 'The box is small.
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Chart 2
Chart 1
Is the door large? Yes, the door is large.
Is the box small? Yes, the box is small.
Is a city small? No, a city isn't small, but it's large.
Is a village large? No, a village isn't large, but it's small.
Is Warsaw a large city? Yes, Warsaw is a large city.
Is Berlin a small town? No, Berlin isn't a small town,
but it's a large city.
a man [;:> mren]
a woman [;:> 'wum;:>n] kobieta
a boy [;:> b;n] chlopiec
a girl [;:> g3:1] dziewczyna
Is this a man? Yes, it's a man.
Is this a girl? Yes, it's a girl.
Is this a woman? No, it isn't a woman, but it's a boy.
Is this a man? No, it isn't a man, but it's a girl.
a student [;:> 'stju:d;:>nt]
a teacher [;:> 'ti:tJ;:>]
I am [m rem]
am I ••• ? [rem aI]
you are (iu: a:]
are you ... ? fa: ju:J
student, sluchacz, uczen
nauczyciel
jajestem
czy ja jestem
ty jestes
.
czy ty Jestes ....
I am a teacher. You are a student
Are you a man? Yes, I am a man.
Am I a woman? Yes, you are a woman.
Am I a teacher? Yes, you are a teacher.
Are you a student? Yes, I am a student.
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Les son 2
or [::>:] czy
Am I a man or a woman? You are a woman.
Are you a student or a teacher? I am a student.
Is a city large or small? A city is large.
Is a village large or small? A village is small.
Is this a door or a window? It's a window.
Is this a table or a chair? It's a chair.
1 one [wAn]
2 two [tu:]
3 three [Sri:]
4 four [f::>:]
5 five [faIV]
Chart 1
Book 1 Stage 1
he is [hi: IZ]
is he ... ? [Iz hi:]
she is [Ji: IZ]
is she ... ? [IZ ji:]
6 six [slks]
7 seven ['sevn]
8 eight felt]
9 nine [nam]
10 ten [ten]
on jest
czy on jest ... ?
ona jest
czy ona jest ... ?
He is a student She is a student
Is he a student? Yes, he is a student.
Is he a boy? Yes, he is a boy.
Is he a man? Yes, he is a man.
Is she a girl? Yes, she is a girl.
Is she a woman? Yes, she is a woman.
Is she a student? Yes, she is a student.
Chart 1
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a contraction [a kan'trrekJn] skr6t
I'm a teacher. You're a student Hes a man. She's a woman.
Am I a teacher?
Yes, you're a teacher.
AmIaman?
Yes, you're a man.
Are you a student?
Yes, I'm a student.
Are you a woman?
Yes, I'm a woman.
Is he a student?
Yes, he's a student.
Is she a student?
Yes, she's a student.
Is he a boy?
Yes, he's a boy.
Is she a girl?
Yes, she's a girl.
Is it a table?
Yes, it's a table.
on [Dn] na
under ['Anda] pod
in [m] w
a classroom [a 'klo:sru:m] klasa, sala
The picture's in the book. The pictures. (jnthe walL
Are you in the classroom? Yes, I'm in the classroom.
Is the pen on the table? Yes, the pen's on the table.
Is this picture on the wall? Yes, this picture's on the wall.
Is this picture under the book? Yes, this picture's under the book.
Is the book under the picture? Yes, the book's under the picture.
Is the table in the classroom? Yes, the table's in the classroom.
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Chart 2
negative ['negdtIv] przeczenie
I am not a sl11dent You are not a teacher. He is not a
Am I a man? No, you are not a man, I'
but you're a woman.
Am I a student? No, you are not a student,
but you're a teacher.
Are you a man? No, I am not a man, but I'm a woman.
Are you a woman? No, I am not a woman, but I'm a man.
Is he a teacher? No, he is not a teacher,
but he's a student.
Is she a teacher? No, she is not a teacher,
but she's a student.
black [bIrek] czarny
white [WaIt] bialy
red [red] czerwony
blue [bIu:] niebieski
what colour ['wot 'kAld] jakiego koloru?
What colour is the box? The box is black.
What colour is the book? The book is blue.
aren't [a:nt] nie jestes
isn't ['IZnt] nie jest
,.. pO?, , '. • "",. •
..
, ,,' , ,
iaII1.flOf =·;I'IIl riot>,
...
are·not =: ... aren't ..
Book 1 Stage 1
Pm not a student: You aren't a teacher. He isn't a teacher. She isn't a teacher.
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. ~ Am I a man? No, you aren't a man.
Am I a student? No, you aren't a student,
but you're a teacher.
Are you a man? No, I'm not a man, but I'm a woman.
Are you a woman? No, I'm not a woman, but I'm a man.
Is he a teacher? No, he isn't a teacher, but he's a student.
Is she a teacher? No, she isn't a teacher,
but she's a student.
where [wed] gdzie
Where is the book? The book's on the table.
Where is the chair? The chair's in the classroom.
Where is the picture? The picture's on the wall.
Where is the light? The light's on the ceiling.
Where is the pen? The pen's under the picture.
my [mill] m6j
your U ~ : ] tw6j
his [hIZ] jego
her [h3:] jej
My name is Jack. Your name is JilL His name is Th()mas.Her name is Cindy.
Chart 1
What is your name? My name is Jack.
What is my name? Your name is Jill.
What is his name? His name is Thomas.
What is her name? Her name is Cindy.
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:'t a teacher.
m a woman.
It I'm a man.
it he's a
)m.
reo
Ie is Cindy.
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an arm [dn a:m]
a hand [d hrend]
a head [d hed] glowa
a thumb [d HAm] kciuk
a finger [d 'fil)ga] palec
What is this? It's a hand.
What is this? It's an ann.
What is this? It's a finger.
a face [d fels] twarz
an ear [an Ia] ucho
an eye [an aI] oko
a nose [d nauz] nos
a mouth [d mau8] usta
What is this? It's a nose.
What is this? It's an ear.
What is this? It's an eye.
a leg [d leg] noga
a foot [a fut] stopa
hair [hea] wlosy
a wrist [d fIst] nadgarstek
a back [a brek] plecy
Chart 3
What is this? It's my back.
What is this? It's your foot.
What is this? It's his hair.
What is this? It's her leg.
an alphabet [;m 'relf<lb<lt] alfabet
a letter [<l'let<l] litera
spell [spel] przeliterowat· .
please [pli:z] p r o s z ~
What letter is this? It's the letter A.
What letter is this? It's the letter B.
What's your name? My name is Thomas.
Spell your name, please. T - H - 0 - M - A - S
What's my name? Your name is Barbara.
Spell my name, please. B - A - R - B - A - R ~ A
What's his name? His name is John.
Spell his name, please. J - 0 - H - N .
What's her name? Her name is Cindy.
Spell her name, please. C - I - N - D - Y
Spell your name, please.
-R-O-B-E-R-T
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count [kaunt] liczyc
to [tu:] do
from ... to ... [from tu:] od ... do ...
Count to 10, please. 12345678910
Count from 9 to 15, please. 9 10 11 12 13 14 15
Count from 12 to 20, please. 12 13 14 15 16 17 181920
Count from 11 to 17, please.
- 11 12 13 14 15 16 17
in front of [m 'frAnt dV] przed
behind [bi'hamd] za
me [mi:] mn,,!, mnie
you (iu:] tob,,!, ciebie
The chair is in front of me. The wall is behind you.
'Is the table in front of the chair? Yes, the table is in front of the chair.
Where is the table? The table is in front of me.
Where is the picture? The picture is behind you.
Where is the wall? The wall is behind me.
Is the door in front of you? Yes, the door is in front of me.
or: No, the door isn't in front of me,
but it's behind me.
Is the window behind me? Yes, the window is behind me.
Book 1 Stage 1
or: No, the window isn't behind you,
but it's in front of you.
Chart 2
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a question mark [d 'kwestJdn ma:k] znak zapytahia
a full stop [;} ful 'stop] kropka
a comma [d 'komd]" przecinek
What's this? It's a question mark.
What's this? It's a full stop.
What's this? It's a comma.
him [hIm] nim, niego, go
her [h3:] ni,!, j,!
The wall is behind him The chair is in front of her.
Is the wall behind him? Yes, the wall is behind him.
Is the picture in front of her? Yes, the picture is in front of her.
Is the wall in front of him? No, the wall isn't in front of him,
but it's behind him.
Is the chair behind her? No, the chair isn't behind her,
but it's in front of her.
Am I behind her? No; you aren't behind her,
but you're in front of her.
Am I behind him? No, you aren't behind him,
but you're in front of him.
singular ['sII)gjuld] liczba pojedyncza
plural ['piudrdl] liczba mnoga
of [dV] dopemiacz: kogo?czego?
What is the plural of 'a leg? The plural of 'a leg is 'legs'.
What is the plural of 'a/ace'? The plural of 'a face' is 'faces'.
What is the singular of 'wrists'? The singular of 'wrists' is 'a wrist'.
What is the singular of 'eyes'? The singular of 'eyes' is 'an eye'.
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Chart 2
Lesson 4
yellow (Jel<lu] i6hy
grey [greI] szary
green [gri:n] zielony
brown [braun] brqzowy
pink [pIIJk] r6iowy
The wall is yellow. The door is black.
What colour is the box? The box is pink.
What colour is the chair? The chair is green.
What colour is the wall? The wall is yellow.
What colour is the chair?
- The chair is black.
we are [wi: a:] my jestesmy
you are [iu: a:] wy jestescie
they are [6el a:] oni, one Sq
We are in the classroom. You are students. They are books.
Book 1 Stage 1
Are we in the classroom? Yes, we are in the classroom.
Are you students? Yes, we are students.
Are they students? Yes, they are students.
Are they books? Yes, they are books.
We're in the classroom. You're students. They're books.
Are we in the classroom? Yes, we're in the classroom.
Are you students? Yes, we're students.
Are they students? Yes, they're students .
. Are they books? Yes, they're books.
a corridor [d 'kond::>:] korytarz
We aren't in the corridor. You aren't teachers. They aren't books.
Are we in the corridor? No, we aren't in the corridor,
but we're in the classroom.
Are they teachers? No, they aren't teachers,
but they're students.
Are you teachers? No, we aren't teachers,
but we're students.
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Are they tables? No, they aren't tables,
but they're chairs.
Are they boxes? No, they aren't boxes,
but they're pictures.
Are the chairs in the corridor? No, the chairs aren't in the corridor,
but they're in the classroom.
this [OIS] ten, ta, to
that [('iret] tamten, tamta, tahlto
and [rend] i
This is a floor. That is a light
This door is black. That wall is yellow.
What is this? This is a window.
What is that? That is a door.
Where is that book? That book is on the table.
What colour is this book? This book is blue and red.
Where is that picture? That picture is on the wall.
What colour is that picture? That picture is yellow.
which [WItJ] kt6ry
open [',mp;m] otwarty
closed [kl;mzd]
Is her mouth open? No, her mouth isn't open,
but it's closed.
Are my eyes closed? No, your eyes aren't closed,
but they're open.
Which book is open? This book is open.
Which book is closed? That book is closed.
Which pen is green? This pen is green.
Which pen is blue? That pen is blue.
Book 1 Stage 1
Chart 3
before [bi'f:>:] przed
after ['a:ftd] po
. A is before B. C is after B.
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Is A before B? Yes, A is before B.
Is F after E? Yes, F is after E.
Is C before B? No, C isn't before B, but C is after B.
Is H after I? No, H isn't after I, but H is before 1.
Which letter is after W? X is after W.
'Which letter is before Z? Y is before Z.
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between [bi'twi:n] I
B is between A and C.
Chart 3 Is U between T and V? Yes, U is between T and V.
Which letter is between D and F? E is between D and F.
Which letter is between Hand J? I is between Hand J.
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Grammar Lesson 1A
Read your book and listen to the CD at home! .
Czytaj i stuchaj ptyty w domu!
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Chart 1
Lesson 5
our ['au;}] nasz
your [j:>:] wasz
their [6e;}] ich
This is our classroom. I am your teacher. It's their book.
Is this our classroom? Yes, this is our classroom.
Are your books blue and red? Yes, our books are blue and red.
Is this their book? Yes, it's their book.
Is this their classroom? No, it isn't their classroom,
but it's our classroom.
Reading: Lesson 1 Page 1
irregular [I'regjul;}] nieregularny
.. •.•.•..
2 womeI1;1 ...
< ,', , '", ,., ."., , , , •• ' •• ,
What is the plural of 'a man'? The plural of 'a man' is 'men'.
What is the plural of'a woman'? The plural of 'a woman' is 'women'.
What is the plural of 'a foot'? The plural of 'a foot' is 'feet'.
Book 1 Stage 1
~ &1jY''L .-:p. a vowel [0 'vaool] samogloska
~ O a consonant [;} 'kons;}n;}nt] sp61g1oska
Chart 3
Vowels are: a, e, ~ 0, u. Consonants are: b, c, d, f, g, ...
Is A a vowel? Yes, A is a vowel.
Is B a consonant? Yes, B is a consonant.
Is C a vowel? No, C isn't a vowel, but it's a consonant.
Is I a consonant? No, I isn't a consonant, but it's a vowel.
us [AS] nami, nas
you Uu:] wami, was
them [oem] nimi, nich, ich
The chair is in front of us. The wall is behind you. I'm in front of them
Is the chair in front of us? Yes, the chair is in front of us.
Is the picture in front of you? Yes, the picture is in front of us.
Am I in front of them? Yes, you're in front of them.
Is the wall in front of them? No, the wall isn't in front Of them,
but it's behind them.
Is the table behind you? No, the table isn't behind us,
but it's in front of us.
Am I behind them? No, you aren't behind them,
but you're in front of them.
these [5i:z] te, ci
those [5;}uz] tamte, tamci
These chairs are green. Those books are blue.. .
What is the plural of ' this'? The plural of 'this' is 'these'.
What colour are these chairs? These chairs are green.
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Chart 4
What is the plural of ' that'? The plural of 'that' is 'those'.
What colour are those books? Those books are blue and red.
Where are these chairs? T h e s ~ chairs are in the classroom.
Where are those pictures? Those pictures are on the wall.
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a number [;} 'llAIllb;}] liczba, numer
What number is this? thirty, forty
What numbers are these? thirteen - thirty, fourteen - forty
What number is this? 48 forty-eight
What number is this? 83 eighty-three
What number is this? 120 one hundred and twenty
What number is this? 278 two hundred and seventy-eight
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What number is this? 3,459 ! three thousand four hundred
I and fifty-nine
What number is this? 6,544,3241 six million five hundred and forty-four
1/ I thousand three hundred and twenty-four
What's the number of this classroom? I The number of this classroom is six.
plus [plAs] plus
how much [hau mAtS] He
4 plus . ~ is 9.
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How much is 5 plus 2? 5 plus 2 is 7.
How much is 9 plus 4? 9 plus 4 is 13.
Book 1 Stage 1
minus ['mam;:)s] minus
20 minus 9 is 11.
How much is 9 minus 3? 9 minus 3 is 6.
How much is 22 minus 10? 22 minus 10 is 12.
How much is 3 plus 4?
- 3 plus 4 is 7.
How much is 4 minus 1?
- 4 minus 1 is 3.
there is [l'i;:)r IZ] I jest, znajduje Uedna rzecz)
there are [l'i;:)r a:] I sq., znajduj"C! Ckilka rzeczy)
There is a table in the classroom
There are 12 chairs in the classroom
Is there a table in the classroom? Yes, there is a table in the classroom.
Is there a book on the table? Yes, there is a book on the table.
Is there a picture on the wall? Yes, there is a picture on the wall.
Are there 12 chairs Yes, there are 12 chairs
in the classroom? in the classroom.
Are there students in the classroom? Yes, there are students in the classroom.
Are there 2 books on the table? Yes, there_are 2 books on the table.
Read your book and listen to the CD at home!
Czytaj i stuchaj ptyty w domu!
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Lesson 6
there is not nie rna Uednej rzeczy)
there are not nie rna (kilku rzeczy)
There isn't a book on the table. There aren't 30 students in the classroom
Is there a book on the table? No, there isn't a book on the table.
Is there a yeUow chair . No, there isn't a yellow chair
. in the classroom? in the classroom.
Is there a picture on that wall? . No, there isn't a picture on that wall.
Are there 30 students No, there aren't 30 students
in the classroom? i in the classroom, but there are 10.
Are there books on the floor? No, there aren't books on the floor.
Book 1 Stage 1
Are there 15 chairs No, there aren't 15 chairs in the
in the classroom? classroom, but there are 12.
Grammar Lesson 1 B
Poland ['paul;md] Polska
France ['fro:ns] Francja
Paris ['peens] Paryz
Russia ['rAja] Rosja
Moscow [,moskau] Moskwa
Where is Warsaw? Warsaw is in Poland.
Where is Paris? Paris is in France.
Where is Moscow? Moscow is in Russia.
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a capital [d 'kceprtl] stolica
England ['IIjgldnd] Anglia
Germany ['d33:mdni] Niemcy
London is dIe capital of England
What is the capital of England? London is the capital of England.
What is the capital of Germany? Berlin is the capital of Germany.
What is the capital of France? Paris is the capital of France.
What is the capital of Russia? Moscow is the capital of Russia.
What is the capital of Poland? Warsaw is the capital of Poland.
right [ralt] dobry, prawidloWy, prawidlowo
wrong [roIj] zly, nieprawidlowy, nieprawidlowo
2 plus 3 is 5. This is right 9 minus 4 is 6. This is wrong.
5 + 6 = 11. Is this right? Yes, it's right.
8+3=12. Is this wrong? Yes, it's wrong.
14 + 8 = 20. Is this right? No, it isn't right, but it's wrong.
2 + 3 = 5. Is this wrong? No, it isn't wrong, but it's right.
London is in England. Am I right? Yes, you're right. London is in England.
Paris is in Gennany. Am I wrong? Yes, you're wrong. Paris is in France.
I am a student. Is this right? No, it isn't right, but it's wrong.
You are a teacher.
long [lOIj] dlugi
short U::>:t] kr6tki
My hair is short Your hair is long.
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Is my hair short or long? I Your hair is short.
Is your hair long or short? My hair is long.
Is his hair long? No, his hair isn't long, but it's short.
Is her hair short? I No, her hair isn't short, but it's long.
Reading: Lesson 2 Page 5
high [haIl - wysoki
low [l;xJ] niski
The chair is low. The wall is high.
Is the chair low? i Yes, the chair is low.
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Is the wall high? i Yes, the wall is high.
Is the chair high? No, the chair isn't high, but it's low.
Is the wall low? No, the wall isn't low; but it's high.
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sit [sIt] I siedziee
d
I,
stan [strend]: stac
do [du:] , robie
now [nau] • teraz
I f!!!! standf!1g now. You f!!:£ si.t:tf!lg now. What f!!:£ you dof!1g?
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Am I standing now? . Yes, you are standing now.
Are you sitting now? Yes, I am sitting now.
Am I sitting on the chair? No, you are not sitting on the chair,
but you are standing on the floor.
What am I doing? You are standing.
What are you doing? I am sitting.
What is she doing? She is sitting.
Book 1 Stage 1 -2'3-
->: ,--
____ . __ ~ ______ . ____... _. __. _________ ,."_._.________________ i
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Chart 1
Chart 5
write [raIt] pisac
read [ri:d] czytac.
He!§. readf!!g now. She is writ!!lz. now.
Am I reading now? Yes, you are reading now.
Am I writing now? Yes, you are writing now.
What is he doing? He is reading.
What is she doing? She is writing.
Is he writing? No, he is not writing, but he is reading.
Is she reading? No, she is not reading,
but she is writing.
present ['prez;mt] terainiejszy
continuous ciqgly
use [ju:z] uZywac
an action 'rekJn] czynnosc
for [f::l:] dla
for example Ig'za:mpl] na przyklad
When do we use We use the present continuous
the present continuous? I for an action we are doing now.
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For example? I am sitting now.
or: He is reading now.
or: She is writing now.
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Le'sso'n 7
open ['<lup<ln] otworzyc
. close [kl<luz] zamknqc '
I am opening the door. I am closing the door.
Am I opening the book? Yes, you are opening the book.,
Am I closing the book? Yes, you are dosing the book.
What am I dOing? You are opening the door.
What ~ m I doing? You are closing the door.
Am I closing the window? 'No, you are not closing the window,
but you are opening the window.
here [hI<l] tutaj
there [<5e<l] tam
I am here. You are there.
Am I here? Yes, you are here.
Is he there? Yes, he is there.
Is she there? No, she isn't there, but she's here.
Is the book here? No, the book isn't here, but ifs there.
Is the picture here in front of you? No, the picture isn't here in front of me,
but it's there on the wall.
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imperative [Im'pelduv] tryb rozkazujqcy
take [teIk]wziqc,brac
put [put] polozyc
The imperative is Take! Put! Open! Close!
Take the book, please!
What are you doing? I'm taking the book.
Open the book, please!
What is he doing? He's opening the book.
Close the book, please!
What is she doing? She's closing the book.
Put the book on the table, please!
What is he doing? He's putting the book on the table.
how many? [hau meni] He?
How many students are there in the classroom? There are 9 students in the classroom
How many students are there There are 9 students in the classroom.
in the classroom?
How many chairs are there There are 12 chairs in this room.
in this room?
How many pictures are there There are 2 pictures on that wall.
on that wall?
How many teachers are there There is 1 teacher in the classroom.
in the classroom?
from [from] z
Where ... from? Skqd ... ?
I am from Poland. She is from London.
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Where are you from? I'm from Poland.
Where is she from? She's from Germany.
Which city are you from? I'm from London .
. Which city is he from? He's from Paris.
Where are you from?
- I'm from Warsaw.
go to [gau tu] isc do
come from [kAm from] wracac od
I am going to the door. I am coming from the door.
Am I going to the door? Yes, you're going to the door.
Am I coming from the door? Yes, you're coming from the door.
Where am I going? You're going to the window.
Am I coming from .the table? No, you aren't coming from the table,
but you're going to the table.
Italy [,Itali] Wlochy
Ireland ['araland] Irlandia
.. China ['trama] Chiny
Japan [d3a'prenJ Japonia
Europe [Juarap] Europa
. Asia ['eI3a] Azja
Italy is in Europe. Japan is in Asia. .
Is Italy in Europe? Yes, Italy is in Europe.
Where is Ireland? Ireland is in Europe.
Is Japan in Asia? Yes, Japan is in Asia.
Where is China? China is in Asia.
..... .
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Is China in Europe? No, China isn't in Europe,
but it's in Asia.
Is France in Asia? No, France isn't in Asia,
but it's in Europe .
. Are Ireland and England in Asia? No, Ireland and England aren't in Asia,
but they're in Europe.
English ['l1)ghSJ angielski, Anglik:, AIlgielka
German, ['d33:man] niemiecki, Nie.trl.iec, Niemka
French [frentSJ francuski, Francuz, Francuzka
Russian ['rAIn] rosyjski, Rosja:]]Jn, Rosjanka
Polish ['paulISJ polski, Polak,Poika
Are you Polish? Yes, I'm Polish.
Are you Russian? No, I'm not Russian, but I'm Polish.
Is this book French? No, this book isn't French,
but it's English.
Are the students German? No, the students aren't German,
but they're PoiIsh.
Hello .• My name. is John .•
What is. your name? • My name. is Barbara .•
Is this. a ceiling? • No, it isn't. a ceiling, • but it's. a floor. •
It is not. a door, • but it is • a window ••
A city is large .• A village is smalL.
I am a teacher .• You are a student. .;
She is a woman .• He is a man.
Read your book and listen to the CD at home!
Czytaj i stuchaj ptyty wdomuJ .
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Lesson 8
Which is the first letter A is the first letter of the alphabet.
of the alphabet?
Which is the second letter B is the second letter of the alphabet.
of the alphabet?
Which is the third letter C is the third letter of the alphabet.
of the. alphabet?
Which is the fourth letter? D is the fourth letter.
Which is the fourteenth letter? N is the fourteenth letter.
Which is the seventeenth letter? Q is the seventeenth letter.
Which is the twenty-second letter? V is the twenty-second letter.
Which is the twenty-fourth letter? X is the twenty-fourth letter.
Which is the twenty-fifth letter? Y is the twenty-fifth letter.
Book 1 Stage 1
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Which is the seventh letter?
- G is the seventh letter.
a day [<l del] dzien
a week [<l wi:k] tydzien
How many days are there in a week? There are 7 days in a week.
Monday ['mAndel] poniedzialek
Tuesday ['tju:zdel] wtorek
Wednesday ['wenzdel] sroda
Thursday ['e3:zdel] czwartek
Friday ['frmdel] piqtek
Saturday ['sret<ldel] sobota
Sunday ['sAndel] niedziela
What are the days of the week? The days of the week are Monday,
Tuesday, Thursday,
Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
Which is the first day of the week? Monday is the first day of the week.
Which is the second day of the week? Tuesday is the second day of the week.
Which is the fifth day· of the week? Friday is the fifth day of the week.
Which is the third day of the week?
- Wednesday is the third day of the
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last [la:st] ostatni
Which is the last letter Z is the last letter of the alphabet .
. of the alphabet?
Which is the last day of the week? Sunday is the last day of the week.
Is Monday the last day of the week? No, Monday isn't the last day of the
week, but it's the first day.
Is Z the first letter of the alphabet? No, Z isn't the first letter of the alphabet,
but it's the last letter.
whose? [hu:z] czyj?
Whose hair is this? It's her hair.
-' What colour are your eyes? My eyes are brown.
Whose eyes are brown? His eyes are brown.
Whose chair is green? Her chair is green.·
Whose books are these? These are our books.
Whose chairs are these? These are their chairs.
Whose chairs are blue? Our chairs are blue.
a part [t} pa:t] c z ~ s c
a body [t} 'bbdi] cialo
What part of the body is this? It's an arm.
What part of the body is this? It's a thumb.
What part of the body is this? It's a mouth.
What part of the body is this?
- It's a head.
Book 1 Stage 1
a thing [a 91IJ] rzecz
What is- this thing? This thing is a pen.
What is that thing? That thing is a door.
What colour is this thing? This thing is yellow.
What colour is that thing? That thing is grey.
How many things are there There are fifteen things on the floor.
on the floor?
all [:>:1] wszyscy, wszystkie
Are all the students Polish? Yes, all the students are Polish.
Are all the students sitting? Yes, all the students are sitting.
Are all the chairs green? Yes, all the chairs are green.
Are all the books closed? Yes, all the books are closed.
a person [a 'p3:sn] osoba
people ['pi:p1] ludzie, osoby -.
What is the plural of 'a person'? The plural of 'a person' is 'people'.
Are you a person or a thing? I'm a person.
Is this a person or a thing? This is a thing.
How many people are there There are 250 thousand people
in this city? in this city.
How many people are there There are 9 people in this classroom.
in this classroom?
Read your book and listen to the CD at home!
Czytaj i sfuchaj pfyty w damu!
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Chart 6
Lesson 9
say [seI] mowic, powiedziec
Say your name, please. Dorothy.
What is she doing? She is saying her name.
Say my name, please. Jane.
What is he doing? He is saying your name.
Say this letter, please. A.
What is she doing? She is saying the letter A.
a word [;:) w3:d] slowo
What is this? It's a word.
Spell the word 'mouth', please. M - 0 - U - T - H
Spell the word 'whose', please. W - H - 0 - S - E
How many letters are there There are six letters
in the word 'people'? in the word 'people'.
How many letters are there There are seven letters
in the word 'ceiling'? in the word 'ceiling.
Spell the word 'English', please.
-E-N-G-L-J-S-H
a sentence [;:) 'sent;:)ns] zdanie
Chart 6 How many words are there in There are five words in the sentence
the sentence 'China is not in Europe'? 'China is not in Europe'.
How many words are there in There are jour words in the sentence
the sentence 'Your hair is brown'? 'Your hair is brown'.
Book 1 Stage 1
Chart 6 Say these words, please. an eye, an ear
Say those words, please. a head, a face
Say these words, please. the eye, the ear
Say those words, please. the head, the face
a question [d 'kwestIn] pytanie
an answer [dn 'a:nsd] odpowiedz
What is your name?
Is this a question?' Yes, it's a question.
My name is Mark.
Is this an answer? Yes, it's an answer.
Are there questions in this book? Yes, there are questions in that book.
Are there answers in this book? Yes, there are answers in that book.
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repeat [ri'pi:t] powtarzac
Repeat the word question. Question.
What are you doing? I'm repeating the word question.
Repeat the word answer. Answer.
What are you doing? I'm repeating the word answer.
. Repeat the word Russia. Russia.
What are you doing? I'm repeating the word Russia.
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a.meaning [a'mi:mlJ] znaczenie
What's the meaning of the word The meaning of the word 'present
'present? is 'terainiejszy'.
What's the meaning of the word The meaning of the word 'now'
'now'? is'teraz'.
What's the meaning of the word 'use'? The meaning of the word 'use'
is 'uiywac".
What's the meaning of the word 'person'?
- The meaning of the word 'person' is 'osoba'.
translate [trrens'lelt] dumaczyc
into ['mtu:] na
Translate this sentence:
'There is a book on the table.' 'Ksiqika jest na stole.'
What is he doing? He's translating a sentence
from English into Polish.
Translate this sentence:
'China is in Asia.' 'Chiny sq w Azji.'
What is she doing? She's translating a sentence
from English into Polish.
a country [a 'kAntri] kraj
Is London a city or a country? London is a city.
Is Germany a city or a country? Germany is a country.
Is France a city? No, France isn't a city, but it's a country.
Which country are you from? I'm from Poland.
Which city are you from? I'm from Paris.
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Chan 1
tall [t;d] wysoki
short· U;,:t] niski
Sweden ['swi:dn] Szwecja
for things: a high table, a low chair; for people: a tall man" a short teacher
Is the man tall? Yes, he's tall.
Is the girl tall? No, the girl isn't tall, but she's short.
Is the teacher tall or short? The teacher is tall.
Are the people from Sweden short? No, the people from Sweden aren't
short, but they're tall.
ask [a:sk] pytac, zadawac pytanie
answer ['a:nsd] odpowiadac
I am asking questions. You are answering questions.
What's your name? My name is John.
Am I asking you a question? Yes, you're asking me a question.
Is she short? Yes, she's short.
or: No, she isn't short.
Are you answering my question? Yes, I'm answering your question.
Is Russia a country? Yes, Russia is a country.
. What are you doing? I'm answering your question.
Are you a person? Yes, I'm a person.
What am I doing? You're asking me a question.
Is the picture. in the box? • Where is the light? •
It's her arm .• It's his mouth .• This is my thumb. •
This is your finger .• This is an eye. and that is an ear. •
The wall isn't • in front of him, • but it's behind him. •
The plural of a light. is lights. •
Count from. five to fifteen .• Count from. four to fourteen.
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have [hc.ev] miec, posiadac
do [du:] operator (do tworzenia pytan i przeczen)
with z
Do you have a book? Yes, I have a book.
Do you have black or brown hair? I have brown hair.
Do you have blue or grey eyes? I have blue eyes.
Do I have blue or grey eyes? You have grey eyes.
Do we have chairs? Yes, we have chairs.
Do they have black hair? Yes, they have black hair.
Do we have a classroom? Yes, we have a classroom.
I operator (do tworzeniapytan i przeczerl)
; ....· .•.• .. il1 ... ... she, ...
'.' 'D()esslie have a book?' .. Yes,· she haS ... a
C ,. • , ,'" ",,' " • • ",., , •• ".' , ,,'," '",' •• • • "
Does he have a book? Yes, he has a book.
Does she have long or short hair? She has long hair.
Does she have an English book? Yes, she has an English book.
Does he have a chair? Yes, he has a chair.
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Does she have black· hair? Yes, she has black hair.
Does the chair have legs? Yes, the chair has legs.
Does the classroom have four walls? Yes, the classroom has four walls.
right [rart] prawy
left [left] I lewy
This is my left hand. This is my right h(].J1d.·
Is this my left eye or my right eye? It's your right eye.
Is this my left ear or my right ear? It's your left ear.
Which hand is this? It's your right hand.
Which hand is this? ' It's your left hand.
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who [hu:] kto
Who are you? I'm a student.
Who am I? You're a teacher.
Who is sitting on that chair? Mark is sitting on that chair.
Who has brown eyes? He has brown eyes.
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Who has a green chair? I She has a green chair.
Who is asking the questions? The teacher is asking the questions.
Who is answering the questions? The students are answering
the questions.
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a board [<l b::>:d] tablica
a blackboard [<l 'blrekb::>:d] tablica (czarna, do pisania kredq)
a whiteboard [<l 'waltb::>:d] biala tablica (suchoscieralna)
What is this? It's a whiteboard.
Do we have a blackboard We have a blackboard in the classroom.
or a whiteboard in the classroom?
Is there a blackboard Yes, there is a blackboard
in this classroom? in this classroom.
or: No, there isn't a blackboard in this ...
We use 40 not
DO,youhave a pen?"-"> ..
, '. . . "." c: . "';< <'0' .. '"; "".: (;:
Do you have a pencil? No, I do not have a pencil,
but I have a pen.
Do you have black hair? No, I do not have black hair,
but I have brown hair.
Do you have grey eyes? No, I do not have grey eyes,
but I have blue eyes.
Do I have blue eyes? No, you do not have blue eyes,
but you have brown eyes.
Do we have red chairs? No, we do nothave red chairs,
but we have brown chairs.
Do they have black hair? No, they do not have black hair,
but they have brown hair.
Do we have a small classroom? No, we do not have a small classroom,
but we have a large classroom.
Book 1 Stage 1
Does he have a German book? No, he does not have a German book,
but he has an English book.
Does she have short hair? ; No, she does not have short hair,
but she has long hair.
Does he have long hair? No, he does not have long hair,
but he has short hair.
Does he have a red chair? ' No, he does not have a red chair,
,but he has a green chair.
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Does she have black hair? No, she does not have black hair,
i but she has brown hair.
Does the chair have 5 legs? No, the chair does not have 5 legs,
but it has 4 legs.
Does the classroom have two walls? No, the classroom does not have two
walls,but it has four walls.
don't [dclUnt] \ skr6t od 'do not'
'
" ," •. ,,'
:.;, '. ,', ,·>t::'
:',' ,}-/ .... ,,'::: ....
Do you have black hair? No, I don't have black hair,
but I have brown hair.
Do I have blue eyes? No, you don't have blue eyes,
but you have grey eyes.
Do we have red chairs? No, we don't have red chairs,
but we have green chairs.
Do they have black hair? No, they don't have black hair,
I but they have brown hair.
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doesn't ['dAznt] I skrot od 'does not'
""'c' ":;".:"" _". _:,", ' .... """,_,;' _ ; , '"," .
.
:$he:doesn 't:hmte ..
Does he have a German book? No, he doesn't have a German book,
but he has an English book.
Does she have short hair? No, she doesn't have short hair,
but she has long hair.
Does he have a red chair? No, he doesn't have a red chair,
but he has a green chair.
Does the chair have 5 legs? No, the chair doesn't have 5 legs,
but it has 4 legs.
an animal 'remml]
a dog pies
a cat [a kret] kot
an elephant [an 'ehfant] slon
a mouse [a maus] mysz
An elephant is a large animaL A mouse is a small animaL
Is a dog an animal? Yes, a dog is an animal.
Is a cat an animal? Yes, a cat is an animal.
Is an elephant a large animal? Yes, an elephant is a large animal.
Is a mouse a large animal? No, a mouse isn't a large animal,
but it's a small animal.
Do you have a dog? Yes, I have a dog.
or: No, I don't have a dog.
Does she have a cat? Yes, she has a cat.
or: No, she doesn't have a cat .
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Mr ['mIsta] Pan
Mrs ['mISIZ] Pani
Miss [mIs] Panna
Who is this? I It's Mr Jones.
Who is that? I It's Mrs Daniels.
Does Mr Wellington have a book? I Yes, Mr Wellington has a book.
[ or: No, Mr Wellington doesn't have
, a book.
Does Miss Potter have black hair? Yes, Miss Potter has black hair.
or: No, Miss Potter doesn't have
, black hair.
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today [ta'deI] dzisiaj
What day is it today? Today is Tuesday.
Is today Sunday? No, today isn't Sunday, but it's Friday.
hot [hot] gorqcy
cold [kauld] zimny
Scotland ['skotland] I Szkocja
Brazil [bra'zI1] Brazylia
India ['mdia] Indie
Scotland is a cold country. Brazil is a hot country.
Is Brazil a hot country? Yes, Brazil is a hot country.
Is Scotland a cold country? Yes, Scotland is a cold country.
Is India a cold country? No, India isn't a cold country,
but it's a hot country.
Is it hot or cold today? It's hot today.
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the opposite [oi topazIt] przeciwienstwo
The opposite of 7eft' is 'right'.
What is the opposite of ' left'? The opposite of 'left' is 'right'.
What is the opposite of ' tall'? The opposite of 'tall' is 'short'.
What is the opposite of ' long'? The opposite of 'long' is 'short'.
What is the opposite of 'hot? The opposite of 'hot is 'cold'.
What is the opposite of 'high'? The opposite of 'high' is 'low'.
What is the opposite of 'first'? The opposite of 'first' is 'last'.
touch [tAtJ] dotknqc
What part of my body am I touching? You're touching your leg.
What part of my face am I touching? You're touching your nose.
Touch your ear, please.
What are you doing? I'm touching my ear.
Touch your back, please.
What are you doing? I'm touching my back.
This is our classroom .• That is their teacher .•
The letter E • is between D and F .• J is after 1. • X is before Y .•
These windows • are in front of us .•
Those doors • are behind them .•
Eighty-two plus fifteen. is ninety-seven .•
Forty-three minus eight. is thirty-five .•
Where are you from? • I'm from Poland .•
There is a green box. on the chair .•
There are not blue pictures • on the yellow wall .•
Am I right? • They are wrong.
Book 1 Stage 1
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Lesson 12
tell [tel] powiedziec (komus)
Tell !!!!E. your name, please!
Tell me your name, please! My name is Robert.
What is he doing? He is telling you his name.
Tell me the capital of Italy, please! The capital of Italy is Rome.
What is she doing? She is telling you the capital of Italy.
Tell me how much 3 + 9 is, please! 3 + 9 is 12.
What is she doing? She is telling you how much 3 + 9 is.
about okolo
a page strona
About how many pages are there There are about 140 pages
in this book? in this book.
About how many people are there There are about 30 thousand people
in this town? in this town.
About how many people are there There are about 40 million people
in this country? in this country.
About how many things are there There are about 90 things
in this classroom? in this classroom.
clean [kli:n] czysty
dirty ['d3:ti] brudny
a Iu:] but
What is this? It's a shoe.
Are your shoes clean? Yes, my shoes are clean.
or: No, my shoes aren't clean,
but they're dirty.
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Is the floor dirty? Yes, the floor is dirty.
or: No, the floor isn't dirty,
but it's clean.
Is Windsor a dirty town? Yes, Windsor is a dirty town.
or: No, Windsor isn't a dirty town,
but it's a clean town.
Is Amberley a clean village? Yes, Amberley is a clean village.
or: No, Amberley isn't a clean village,
but it's a dirty village.
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at home [;:}t h;:}um] W domu
at school [;:}t sku:l] w szkole
at work [;:}t w3:k] W pracy
a garden [;:} 'ga:dn] ogr6d
Are you at school? Yes, I'm at school.
Are you at home? No, I'm not at home, but I'm at school.
Are you at work? Yes, I'm at work.
or: No, I'm not at work,
but I'm at school.
Do you have pictures at home? Yes, I have pictures at home.
or: No, I don't have pictures at home.
Do you have a garden at home? Yes, I have a garden at home.
or: No, I don't have a garden at home.
Is your garden large? Yes, my garden is large.
or: No, my garden isn't large,
but it's small.
Do we have blackboards or We have whiteboards at school.
whiteboards at school?
Book 1 Stage 1
speak [spi:kJ mowic
Spanish ['spreruJ] hiszpanski
What am I doing? You're speaking.
Is she speaking? Yes, she's speaking.
or: No, she isn't speaking.
Is he speaking? Yes, he's speaking.
or: No, he isn't speaking.
Am I speaking,Spanish? No, you aren't speaking Spanish,
but you're speaking English.
Are you speaking Polish? No, I'm not speaking Polish,
but I'm speaking English.
I am sitting. and you are standing now .•
He is reading. and she is writing .•
Her hair is short • but his hair is long .•
The woman is sitting. on the high chair .•
The man is standing • behind the low table .•
We are writing now .• The teacher is reading .•
Close that book, please .• Open the door, please .•
The girls are here, • but the boys are there .•
How many women • are there in the room? • There are eleven.
Grammar Lesson 1 C
Phonetic chart, page A1 (also on CD).
Symbole fonetyczne, strona A1 (takze na CD).
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Lesson 1

a name [d nelm] Hello [hd'ldu] what [wot] What is ... ? [wot IZ] my name is ... [max nelm IZ] your name is ... [j:>: neIm IZ]

imi~, nazwisko czesc, dzien dobry co, jaki ? 0 Jest .... ? · . J a k leJes t .... C' nazywam si~ .. . nazywasz si~ .. .

My name is John. Your name is Cindy.

Hello, my name is John. Hello, my name is Cindy. What is your name? My name is Thomas. What is my name? Your name is Alex.

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,

't ~

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,What is your name? ~ My name is Mark.

What is this?

[w:>t IZ c5IS]

this [c5IS] It is [It IZ] a pencil [d 'pensIl] a pen [d pen] a book [d buk]

CO to jest? ten, ta, to To jest o16wek dlugopis ksiq.zka

It is a pencil. It is a pen. It is a book.

What is this? It is a pencil. What is this? It is a pen. What is this? It is a book.

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1

a door [d d:>:] a window [d 'wmddu] a ceiling [d 'si:hIJ] a floor [d f1:>:]

drzwi okno ... sufit pod1oga

What is this? It is a door. What is this? It is a window. What is this? It is a ceiling. What is this? It is a floor.

a table [d 'teIbl] a chair [d tJed] a wall [d w:>:l] a room [d ru:m]

st61 krzes10 sciana pok6j, sala

What is this? It is a table. What is this? It is a chair. What is this? It is a room. What is this? It is a wall.

a light [d laIt] a picture [d 'pIktJd] a box [d boks] Is this ... ? [IZ chs] yes [jes]

swiatlo obraz, zdj~cie pudelko Czy to jest ... ? tak

Is this a light? Yes, it is a light
Chart 1 Chart 2

Is this a picture? Yes, it is a picture. Is this a box? Yes, it is a box. Is this a light? Yes, it is a light.

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):l] Warsaw ('W. 'The box is small. Windsor isn't a city. but it's a city. a city [~'sIti] a town [~taunl a village [~'VIhd3] London ['Lmd~n] miasto (duze) miasto (srednie. Amberley is· a village. it isn't a table. London is a city. Is this a window? No. Is Windsor a town? Yes. Is Amberley a village? Yes. Windsor is a town. Is Amberley a town? No. Windsor is a town. Is London a city? Yes. it isn't a floor. Book 1 Stage 1 3 . male) wies Londyn London is a city. Is Windsor a city? No. large [la:d3] small [sIll.):] Berlin (b3:'lm] duzy maly Warszawa Berlin 'The door is large. it isn't a window. but it's a chair. but it's a town. Is this a light? No. but it's a ceiling. Is London a village? No. Amberley isn't a town.):S. London isn't a village.is [IZ] is not = isn't [Iznt] it is = it's [Its] no [n~u] but [hAt] jest nie jest to jest nie ale Is this a table? No. but it's a village. it isn't a light. Amberley is a village. Is this afloor? No. but it's a wall. but it's a door.

you are a woman. Am I a woman? Yes.n] chlopiec a girl [. Is this a man? No. uczen nauczyciel jajestem czy ja jestem . a man [..:> 'stju:d.:>n] kobieta a boy [. a village isn't large. ? fa: ju:J student. it isn't a man. Warsaw is a large city. I am a man.:> 'ti:tJ. You are a student Are you a man? Yes. Is a city small? No.. Direct Method for English 2008 .:> 'wum. it's a girl. the box is small. ~? I am a teacher. czy ty Jestes . but it's a girl. but it's small. it's a man. but it's large.Is the door large? Yes. Is this a woman? No.? ty jestes ..:>] I am [m rem] am I ••• ? [rem aI] you are (iu: a:] are you . Are you a student? Yes. a student [.:>nt] a teacher [. Am I a teacher? Yes.. Berlin isn't a small town.~. Is this a girl? Yes. I am a student. Is Warsaw a large city? Yes.:> g3:1] dziewczyna Chart 1 Is this a man? Yes. Is a village large? No. but it's a large city. the door is large. it isn't a woman. but it's a boy. Is Berlin a small town? No.:> b. Chart 2 Is the box small? Yes.. sluchacz. a city isn't small.:> mren] m~zczyzna a woman [. you are a teacher.

Is she a girl? Yes. ? ona jest czy ona jest .. Is she a student? Yes. Is a city large or small? A city is large. he is a boy. Is she a woman? Yes. Is this a table or a chair? It's a chair. Is this a door or a window? It's a window.Les son 2 or [::>:] czy Am I a man or a woman? You are a woman. ? He is a student She is a student Is he a student? Yes. Book 1 Stage 1 . she is a woman.. she is a girl.. she is a student. Chart 1 Is he a boy? Yes.. ? [Iz hi:] she is [Ji: IZ] is she . ? [IZ ji:] on jest czy on jest . he is a student. Are you a student or a teacher? I am a student. he is a man.... 1 one [wAn] 2 two [tu:] 3 three [Sri:] 4 four [f::>:] 5 five [faIV] 6 six [slks] 7 seven ['sevn] 8 eight felt] 9 nine [nam] 10 ten [ten] he is [hi: IZ] is he .. Is he a man? Yes. Is a village large or small? A village is small.

he's a student. this picture's on the wall. I'm a student. it's a table. Direct Method for English 2008 . sala The picture's in the book. you're a teacher. the pen's on the table. the book's under the picture. Is she a student? Yes. Is the table in the classroom? Yes. (jnthe walL Are you in the classroom? Yes. Are you a student? Yes. I'm a woman. Is she a girl? Yes. You're a student Hes a man. The pictures. she's a girl. she's a student. Chart 1 Is he a boy? Yes. Is this picture on the wall? Yes. you're a man. he's a boy. on [Dn] under ['Anda] in [m] a classroom [a 'klo:sru:m] na pod w klasa. Is the pen on the table? Yes. Is it a table? Yes.------------------------------1 a contraction [a kan'trrekJn] skr6t I'm a teacher. this picture's under the book. AmIaman? Yes. Is the book under the picture? Yes. Am I a teacher? Yes. She's a woman. Is this picture under the book? Yes. the table's in the classroom. Are you a woman? Yes. Is he a student? Yes. I'm in the classroom.

What colour is the book? The book is blue. He is not a teac~. you are not a student..Iibt~. Are you a woman? No. Is he a teacher? No. Is she a teacher? No. but he's a student. black [bIrek] white [WaIt] red [red] blue [bIu:] what colour ['wot 'kAld] Chart 2 czarny bialy czerwony niebieski jakiego koloru? What colour is the box? The box is black. '.' .·. . • . aren't [a:nt] nie jestes isn't ['IZnt] nie jest . I' but you're a teacher. but I'm a woman. she is not a teacher. but you're a woman. but she's a student. Are you a man? No. . You·. • "". . . . you are not a man.. he is not a teacher.I'IIl riot>.negative ['negdtIv] przeczenie I am not a sl11dent You are not a teacher. I am not a man. aren't . Am I a student? No. pO?.YOl1Clreh't are·not =: . . . contr~<=1:i()ri()fthen~g~tive .~~. I am not a woman. but I'm a man. .flOf =·. iaII1. Book 1 Stage 1 . Am I a man? No.~.

What is your name? My name is Jack. Where is the chair? The chair's in the classroom. I'm not a woman. my [mill] your U~:] his [hIZ] her [h3:] m6j tw6j jego jej My name is Jack. I'm not a man. she isn't a teacher. I . Is she a teacher? No. but she's a student. Chart 1 What is his name? His name is Thomas. What is her name? Her name is Cindy. Where is the picture? The picture's on the wall. but you're a teacher.Her name is Cindy.~ 'i Am I a man? No. Is he a teacher? No. She isn't a teacher. Your name is JilL His name is Th()mas. Where is the light? The light's on the ceiling. Are you a man? No. but he's a student. he isn't a teacher. where [wed] gdzie Where is the book? The book's on the table. but I'm a man. Are you a woman? No. you aren't a student. Am I a student? No. but I'm a woman.Pm not a student: You aren't a teacher. What is my name? Your name is Jill. Where is the pen? The pen's under the picture. . you aren't a man. He isn't a teacher. Direct Method for English 2008 .

reo j I i :f . What is this? It's an ann.:'t a teacher.I I a face [d fels] an ear [an Ia] an eye [an aI] a nose [d nauz] a mouth [d mau8] twarz ucho oko nos usta What is this? It's a nose. Lesson 3 m a woman. j ~{ What is this? It's an ear. It I'm a man. )m. Ie is Cindy. ] a leg [d leg] a foot [a fut] hair [hea] a wrist [d fIst] a back [a brek] noga stopa wlosy nadgarstek plecy (I 'or English 200~ 4 . What is this? It's an eye. '1 :1 Book 1 Stage 1 1 ] -I § . What is this? It's a finger. it he's a an arm [dn a:m] rami~ a hand [d hrend] r~ka a head [d hed] glowa a thumb [d HAm] kciuk a finger [d 'fil)ga] palec What is this? It's a hand.

M .H . Spell your name. What is this? It's her leg. What is this? It's his hair.S What's my name? Your name is Barbara. please.B .A . -R-O-B-E-R-T Direct Method for English 2008 . What is this? It's your foot. B .N . an alphabet [. please.A .D . J . C .N .Y Spell your name. Spell my name. Spell her name. What's her name? Her name is Cindy. What's your name? My name is Thomas.H .I .A . please. please.0 .0 . please [pli:z] prosz~ Chart 3 What letter is this? It's the letter A. Spell his name.What is this? It's my back.R . T . What letter is this? It's the letter B.m 'relf<lb<lt] alfabet a letter [<l'let<l] litera spell [spel] przeliterowat· .R ~ A What's his name? His name is John. please.

!. 12345678910 Count from 9 to 15. the table is in front of the chair. the door isn't in front of me. the window is behind me. Is the window behind me? Yes. mnie tob. The wall is behind you. Where is the wall? The wall is behind me. the window isn't behind you. Count to 10. do .. to ..!. but it's in front of you.. please. 12 13 14 15 16 17 181920 Count from 11 to 17. Book 1 Stage 1 .. 'Is the table in front of the chair? Yes. ciebie The chair is in front of me... or: No.count from . Where is the picture? The picture is behind you.. [kaunt] [tu:] [from tu:] to liczyc do od . please. please. the door is in front of me..11 12 13 14 15 16 17 in front of [m 'frAnt dV] behind [bi'hamd] me [mi:] you (iu:] przed za mn. 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Count from 12 to 20. but it's behind me. Where is the table? The table is in front of me. or: No. please.. Is the door in front of you? Yes. ..

go her [h3:] ni. the wall isn't in front of him. What is the singular of 'eyes'? The singular of 'eyes' is 'an eye'. What's this? It's a full stop. you aren't behind him. singular ['sII)gjuld] liczba pojedyncza plural ['piudrdl] liczba mnoga of [dV] dopemiacz: kogo?czego? What is the plural of 'a leg? The plural of 'a leg is 'legs'. you aren't behind her. j. Is the wall in front of him? No. What is the plural of 'a/ace'? The plural of 'a face' is 'faces'. the chair isn't behind her. the picture is in front of her. niego. him [hIm] nim. Is the wall behind him? Yes.! The wall is behind him The chair is in front of her.} ful 'stop] kropka a comma [d 'komd]" przecinek Chart 2 What's this? It's a question mark. but you're in front of him. but it's in front of her. but it's behind him. Am I behind her? No.!. ::1 ~ What is the singular of 'wrists'? The singular of 'wrists' is 'a wrist'. but you're in front of her. Am I behind him? No. What's this? It's a comma.a question mark [d 'kwestJdn ma:k] znak zapytahia a full stop [. Is the picture in front of her? Yes. Is the chair behind her? No. Direct Method for English 2008 . the wall is behind him.

What colour is the wall? The wall is yellow. Chart 2 What colour is the box? The box is pink.Lesson 4 yellow (Jel<lu] grey [greI] green [gri:n] brown [braun] pink [pIIJk] i6hy szary zielony brqzowy r6iowy The wall is yellow. What colour is the chair? The chair is green. we are [wi: a:] my jestesmy you are [iu: a:] wy jestescie they are [6el a:] oni.The chair is black. The door is black. What colour is the chair? . one Sq We are in the classroom. They are books. Book 1 Stage 1 . You are students.

Are we in the corridor? No. Are we in the classroom? Yes. a corridor [d 'kond::>:] korytarz We aren't in the corridor. they are books. Are they teachers? No. They aren't books. You're students. Are they students? Yes. they are students. they're students . You aren't teachers. Are you teachers? No. Are they students? Yes. Are you students? Yes. but we're in the classroom. they aren't teachers. They're books. We're in the classroom. Direct Method for English 2008 . Are they books? Yes. we are students. we aren't teachers. but they're students. Are they books? Yes. we're students. we are in the classroom. we aren't in the corridor. . we're in the classroom. they're books. but we're students. Are you students? Yes.Are we in the classroom? Yes.

your eyes aren't closed. but they're chairs. the chairs aren't in the corridor. which [WItJ] kt6ry open ['.mzd] zamkni~ty Is her mouth open? No.Are they tables? No. Which book is open? This book is open. Are they boxes? No. What colour is that picture? That picture is yellow. Where is that picture? That picture is on the wall. tamta. Which pen is blue? That pen is blue. but they're in the classroom. What colour is this book? This book is blue and red. That wall is yellow. Are the chairs in the corridor? No. her mouth isn't open. That is a light This door is black. Where is that book? That book is on the table. Book 1 Stage 1 . but they're open.mp. ta. they aren't boxes. they aren't tables. What is that? That is a door. but they're pictures.m] otwarty closed [kl. Are my eyes closed? No. this [OIS] ten. Which book is closed? That book is closed. Which pen is green? This pen is green. but it's closed. tahlto and [rend] i This is a floor. What is this? This is a window. to that [('iret] tamten.

Czytaj podr~cznik i stuchaj ptyty w domu! Direct Method for English 2008 . ~ _ . ' Read your book and listen to the CD at home! .·_~b. ~""'::. 'Which letter is before Z? Y is before Z.· . but H is before 1. Chart 3 Is U between T and V? Yes.. Is F after E? Yes. 0' Grammar Lesson 1A .before after [bi'f:>:] ['a:ftd] przed po . Which letter is after W? X is after W. Is H after I? No. t. Chart 3 Is A before B? Yes. Which letter is between D and F? E is between D and F. between [bi'twi:n] Ipomi~dzy I B is between A and C. C is after B." . Which letter is between Hand J? I is between Hand J. C isn't before B. A is before B. U is between T and V. . Is C before B? No. F is after E. but C is after B. A is before B. H isn't after I.

·. It's their book.2m:eh. Book 1 Stage 1 .. What is the plural of'a woman'? The plural of 'a woman' is 'women'.Lesson 5 our ['au.··~ier~gU1a~a. What is the plural of 'a man'? The plural of 'a man' is 'men'. our books are blue and red. I am your teacher.". Is this their book? Yes. .. •• ' •• ~. Reading: Lesson 1 Page 1 irregular [I'regjul.'*uiBg~. .1 foot~2 .. .}] nieregularny . Are your books blue and red? Yes.····•. but it's our classroom..lic~ba. What is the plural of 'a foot'? The plural of 'a foot' is 'feet'. ····ii±ei~lil¥. . it's their book.}] ich This is our classroom. .•. this is our classroom.lmanj. '".'. Is this our classroom? Yes. < .lw()man~ 2 womeI1.. .. it isn't their classroom. ·. Chart 1 Is this their classroom? No.}] nasz your [j:>:] wasz their [6e.pliq-a:l.•. ..

-:p. but it's behind them. ~ u. tamci These chairs are green. a vowel ~O a consonant [. these [5i:z] te. but it's in front of us. e. A is a vowel. was them [oem] nimi. What is the plural of 'this'? The plural of 'this' is 'these'. the wall isn't in front Of them..~ &1jY''L .} Chart 3 samogloska 'kons. C isn't a vowel.. . Direct Method for English 2008 . d. Those books are blue. I'm in front of them Is the chair in front of us? Yes. Is A a vowel? Yes. B is a consonant. ich The chair is in front of us. but it's a vowel. nich. Is the table behind you? No. ci those [5. Is the wall in front of them? No. . us [AS] nami. Am I behind them? No. f. Is the picture in front of you? Yes. you aren't behind them. the chair is in front of us. but you're in front of them. nas you Uu:] wami. The wall is behind you. the table isn't behind us. Am I in front of them? Yes. the picture is in front of us. g. Is C a vowel? No.}uz] tamte. I isn't a consonant.}n. you're in front of them. but it's a consonant.}nt] sp61g1oska [0 'vaool] 0.. What colour are these chairs? These chairs are green. Vowels are: a. c. Is I a consonant? No. Consonants are: b. Is B a consonant? Yes.

forty What numbers are these? thirteen . Where are those pictures? Those pictures are on the wall. ·'i How much is 5 plus 2? 5 plus 2 is 7.forty What number is this? 48 forty-eight What number is this? 83 eighty-three What number is this? 120 one hundred and twenty What number is this? 278 two hundred and seventy-eight What number is this? 3.thirty. Book 1 Stage 1 . numer Chart 4 What number is this? thirty.} 'llAIllb. What colour are those books? Those books are blue and red. How much is 9 plus 4? 9 plus 4 is 13.~ is 9.What is the plural of 'that'? The plural of 'that' is 'those'.}] liczba. plus [plAs] plus how much [hau mAtS] He 4 plus . fourteen .459 ! three thousand four hundred I and fifty-nine What number is this? 6. I a number [. Where are these chairs? Thes~ chairs are in the classroom.544.3241 six million five hundred and forty-four 1/ I thousand three hundred and twenty-four I What's the number of this classroom? I The number of this classroom is six.

3 plus 4 is 7. Are there 12 chairs Yes. Is there a book on the table? Yes. there_are 2 books on the table. there is a table in the classroom. znajduj"C! si~ Ckilka rzeczy) There is a table in the classroom There are 12 chairs in the classroom Is there a table in the classroom? Yes. How much is 9 minus 3? 9 minus 3 is 6. Are there students in the classroom? Yes.:)r a:] Ijest. there is a picture on the wall. Is there a picture on the wall? Yes.:)s] minus 20 minus 9 is 11.. there are students in the classroom. How much is 22 minus 10? 22 minus 10 is 12. Read your book and listen to the CD at home! Czytaj podr~cznik i stuchaj ptyty w domu! Direct Method for English 2008 .4 minus 1 is 3. there is a book on the table. Are there 2 books on the table? Yes.:)r IZ] [l'i. there is there are [l'i. there are 12 chairs in the classroom? in the classroom. znajduje si~ Uedna rzecz) Isq. How much is 4 minus 1? . How much is 3 plus 4? .minus ['mam.

but there are 10. Are there 30 students No. There aren't 30 students in the classroom Is there a book on the table? No. there aren't 30 students in the classroom? i in the classroom. Book 1 Stage 1 21 . Is there a picture on that wall? . Are there 15 chairs No. there isn't a picture on that wall.moskau] Polska Francja Paryz Rosja Moskwa Where is Warsaw? Warsaw is in Poland. Where is Paris? Paris is in France. there aren't 15 chairs in the in the classroom? classroom. No. there isn't a yellow chair . Are there books on the floor? No.md] France ['fro:ns] Paris ['peens] Russia ['rAja] Moscow [. but there are 12. Where is Moscow? Moscow is in Russia. No. Grammar Lesson 1B Poland ['paul. there aren't books on the floor.Lesson 6 there is not nie rna Uednej rzeczy) there are not nie rna (kilku rzeczy) There isn't a book on the table. there isn't a book on the table. Is there a yeUow chair . in the classroom? in the classroom.

Is this right? Yes. it's wrong. This is right 9 minus 4 is 6. Am I wrong? Yes. it isn't wrong.a capital [d 'kceprtl] stolica England ['IIjgldnd] Anglia Germany ['d33:mdni] Niemcy London is dIe capital of England What is the capital of England? London is the capital of England. you're wrong. Paris is in France. 14 + 8 = 20. it isn't right. 2 + 3 = 5. 5 + 6 = 11. Direct Method for English 2008 . but it's wrong. Am I right? Yes. What is the capital of Russia? Moscow is the capital of Russia. long short [lOIj] U::>:t] dlugi kr6tki My hair is short Your hair is long. What is the capital of France? Paris is the capital of France. Is this right? No. it's right. right wrong [ralt] [roIj] dobry. Is this wrong? No. but it's right. prawidlowo zly. What is the capital of Germany? Berlin is the capital of Germany. London is in England. This is wrong. London is in England. nieprawidlowo 2 plus 3 is 5. Paris is in Gennany. but it's wrong. prawidloWy. Is this right? No. you're right. nieprawidlowy. 8+3=12. What is the capital of Poland? Warsaw is the capital of Poland. Is this wrong? Yes. it isn't right. I am a student. You are a teacher.

Is your hair long or short? My hair is long.xJ] niski The chair is low. the chair is low. stan d [strend]: stac do [du:] . I sit [sIt] I siedziee I.__ ~ ______. but it's low. but it's short. Is her hair short? I No. the wall isn't low. but it's high. The wall is high.t:tf!lg now. You I f!!:£ si. but it's long.-- ____. _. Is the wall low? No. you are not sitting on the chair. Is the chair high? No. Reading: Lesson 2 Page 5 high [haIl . Yes. I Is the wall high? i Yes. I am sitting now. " _ . What am I doing? You are standing. her hair isn't short.. his hair isn't long. robie now [nau] • teraz I f!!!! standf!1g now. you are standing now. _ . Is his hair long? No. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ i . the wall is high.Is my hair short or long? I Your hair is short._________ . __. but you are standing on the floor. Am I sitting on the chair? No. the chair isn't high.____. Are you sitting now? Yes. .wysoki low [l. Is the chair low? i Yes. Book 1 Stage 1 ->: -2'3. What is she doing? She is sitting.. What are you doing? I am sitting. What f!!:£ you dof!1g? I Am I standing now? .

present ['prez. I For example? I am sitting now. Am I writing now? Yes. you are writing now. What is she doing? She is writing. he is not writing. He!§. she is not reading.mt] continuous [k~n'tmju~s] use [ju:z] an action [~n 'rekJn] for [f::l:] for example [f~r Ig'za:mpl] terainiejszy ciqgly uZywac czynnosc dla na przyklad Chart 5 When do we use We use the present continuous the present continuous? I for an action we are doing now.write [raIt] pisac read [ri:d] czytac. or: He is reading now. She is writ!!lz. Direct Method for English 2008 . Is he writing? No. readf!!g now. Is she reading? No. or: She is writing now. you are reading now. but he is reading. Am I reading now? Yes. but she is writing. Chart 1 What is he doing? He is reading. now.

Is the picture here in front of you? No. he is there. What am I dOing? You are opening the door. Is he there? Yes. Is she there? No. Am I opening the book? Yes. you are dosing the book. here [hI<l] tutaj there [<5e<l] tam I am here. Am I here? Yes. . the picture isn't here in front of me. but she's here. Reading: Lesson 3 Page 9 . but ifs there. open ['<lup<ln] otworzyc . Am I closing the book? Yes. you are here. I am closing the door. You are there. close [kl<luz] zamknqc ' I am opening the door. but it's there on the wall.Le'sso'n 7 . Am I closing the window? 'No... you are opening the book. she isn't there. you are not closing the window. but you are opening the window. Is the book here? No... the book isn't here. What ~m I doing? You are closing the door..

please! What is he doing? He's putting the book on the table. Put the book on the table. from? Skqd . in the classroom? from [from] z Where ... Open the book. She is from London. in this room? How many pictures are there There are 2 pictures on that wall. ? I am from Poland. on that wall? How many teachers are there There is 1 teacher in the classroom... in the classroom? How many chairs are there There are 12 chairs in this room. please! What is she doing? She's closing the book. please! What is he doing? He's opening the book. please! What are you doing? I'm taking the book. how many? [hau meni] He? How many students are there in the classroom? There are 9 students in the classroom How many students are there There are 9 students in the classroom. Direct Method for English 2008 . Close the book.imperative [Im'pelduv] tryb rozkazujqcy take [teIk]wziqc.brac put [put] polozyc The imperative is Take! Put! Open! Close! Take the book.

you're going to the door.. Is Italy in Europe? Yes. Where are you from? . Book 1 Stage '008 1'> . Where am I going? You're going to the window.Where are you from? I'm from Poland. you're coming from the door.. Where is China? China is in Asia.. but you're going to the table. you aren't coming from the table. Japan is in Asia. Where is Ireland? Ireland is in Europe. Is Japan in Asia? Yes.I'm from Warsaw. .. . Asia ['eI3a] Wlochy Irlandia Chiny Japonia Europa Azja Italy is in Europe..the table? No. Which city is he from? He's from Paris. Where is she from? She's from Germany. .... Which city are you from? I'm from London . m Am I coming from the door? Yes. Am I coming from . ...China ['trama] Japan [d3a'prenJ Europe [Juarap] . go to [gau tu] isc do come from [kAm from] wracac od I am going to the door. Japan is in Asia. . I am coming from the door. Am I going to the door? Yes. . Italy is in Europe. Italy [.Itali] Ireland ['araland] .

.• My name. I am a teacher. • but it's. AIlgielka niemiecki. I'm Polish. Anglik:. Hello .iec. I'm not Russian. Are you Russian? No. a floor. but it's in Asia. the students aren't German. a ceiling? • No. but it's English.trl.• He is a man. Are the students German? No. • It is not. Is France in Asia? No. Polak. 1 . Francuz. your name? • My name. is Barbara. Direct Method for English 2008 . France isn't in Asia. Nie. a door.• Is this. Read your book and listen to the CD at home! Czytaj podr~cznik i stuchaj ptyty wdomuJ . Rosja:]]Jn. She is a woman. but they're PoiIsh. .• What is. but they're in Europe. Is this book French? No. but it's in Europe. ['d33:man] French [frentSJ Russian ['rAIn] Polish ['paulISJ angielski. .• You are a student.Poika Are you Polish? Yes. is John. China isn't in Europe. but I'm Polish. • but it is • a window•• A city is large . Niemka francuski. it isn't. Ireland and England aren't in Asia.Is China in Europe? No. English ['l1)ghSJ German. this book isn't French. Are Ireland and England in Asia? No. Francuzka rosyjski. a ceiling. Rosjanka polski.• A village is smalL.

of the alphabet? l floor. of the alphabet? Which is the second letter B is the second letter of the alphabet. ~i I ~ i Book 1 Stage 1 I I i . Which is the fourteenth letter? N is the fourteenth letter. Chart 4 Which is the first letter A is the first letter of the alphabet.. l. ~ 'glish 2008. Which is the seventeenth letter? Q is the seventeenth letter. . lUsh. Which is the twenty-fourth letter? X is the twenty-fourth letter. Which is the twenty-fifth letter? Y is the twenty-fifth letter.Lesson 8 in Asia. of the. Which is the twenty-second letter? V is the twenty-second letter. alphabet? Which is the fourth letter? D is the fourth letter.: Which is the third letter C is the third letter of the alphabet.

. Thursday. Which is the fifth day· of the week? Friday is the fifth day of the week.. Which is the third day of the week? .G is the seventh letter. Friday. a day [<l del] dzien a week [<l wi:k] tydzien How many days are there in a week? There are 7 days in a week. Saturday and Sunday. Which is the first day of the week? Monday is the first day of the week.Wednesday is the third day of the we~k. Reading: Lesson 4 Page 13 iil~1Il Direct Method for English 2008 . Monday ['mAndel] Tuesday ['tju:zdel] Wednesday ['wenzdel] Thursday ['e3:zdel] Friday ['frmdel] Saturday ['sret<ldel] Sunday ['sAndel] poniedzialek wtorek sroda czwartek piqtek sobota niedziela What are the days of the week? The days of the week are Monday. Wednes~ay. Tuesday. Which is the second day of the week? Tuesday is the second day of the week. Which is the seventh letter? .

Book 1 Stage 1 "\ . Whose chair is green? Her chair is green. What part of the body is this? It's a thumb. whose? [hu:z] czyj? Whose hair is this? It's her hair. a part [t} pa:t] cz~sc a body [t} 'bbdi] cialo What part of the body is this? It's an arm. but it's the last letter.. What part of the body is this? It's a mouth. of the alphabet? Which is the last day of the week? Sunday is the last day of the week. Whose chairs are these? These are their chairs. _- . Whose chairs are blue? Our chairs are blue. .· Whose books are these? These are our books. Whose eyes are brown? His eyes are brown.last [la:st] ostatni Which is the last letter Z is the last letter of the alphabet . Monday isn't the last day of the week. What part of the body is this? . Is Z the first letter of the alphabet? No. Is Monday the last day of the week? No. Z isn't the first letter of the alphabet.It's a head. but it's the first day. -' What colour are your eyes? My eyes are brown.

on the floor? all [:>:1] wszyscy. in this classroom? Read your book and listen to the CD at home! Czytaj podr~cznik i sfuchaj pfyty w damu! Direct Method for English 2008 . all the books are closed. How many people are there There are 9 people in this classroom. all the chairs are green. a person [a 'p3:sn] osoba people ['pi:p1] ludzie. What is that thing? That thing is a door. What colour is that thing? That thing is grey. Is this a person or a thing? This is a thing. all the students are Polish. all the students are sitting. How many things are there There are fifteen things on the floor. What is the plural of 'a person'? The plural of 'a person' is 'people'.this thing? This thing is a pen. How many people are there There are 250 thousand people in this city? in this city. Are you a person or a thing? I'm a person. Are all the chairs green? Yes. osoby -. What colour is this thing? This thing is yellow. Are all the students sitting? Yes.a thing [a 91IJ] rzecz What is. Are all the books closed? Yes. wszystkie Are all the students Polish? Yes.

M . What is she doing? She is saying her name. Jane. please. How many letters are there There are seven letters in the word 'ceiling'? in the word 'ceiling.H .:) w3:d] slowo Chart 6 What is this? It's a word. Book 1 Stage 1 . W . please. What is he doing? He is saying your name.T . What is she doing? She is saying the letter A. -E-N-G-L-J-S-H a sentence [. a word [. please. powiedziec Say your name.0 . Spell the word 'English'. please.H Spell the word 'whose'.0 .U . Spell the word 'mouth'.:)ns] zdanie Chart 6 How many words are there in There are five words in the sentence the sentence 'China is not in Europe'? 'China is not in Europe'.Lesson 9 say [seI] mowic. Chart 3 Say this letter. Dorothy.:) 'sent. please. Say my name. please. A.E How many letters are there There are six letters in the word 'people'? in the word 'people'.S . How many words are there in There are jour words in the sentence the sentence 'Your hair is brown'? 'Your hair is brown'.

Are there answers in this book? Yes. Answer. the face a question [d 'kwestIn] pytanie an answer [dn 'a:nsd] odpowiedz What is your name? Is this a question?' Yes. Reading: lesson 5 Page 17 repeat [ri'pi:t] powtarzac Repeat the word question. an eye. there are answers in that book. an ear Say those words. the eye. please. Russia. Repeat the word Russia. a head. please. it's an answer. . Question. My name is Mark. Are there questions in this book? Yes. What are you doing? I'm repeating the word answer. the ear Say those words. Direct Method for English 2008 . Is this an answer? Yes. a face Say these words. What are you doing? I'm repeating the word question. Repeat the word answer.Chart 6 Say these words. please. there are questions in that book. please. it's a question. the head. What are you doing? I'm repeating the word Russia.

The meaning of the word 'person' is 'osoba'. Translate this sentence: 'China is in Asia. Is France a city? No.' 'Ksiqika jest na stole. Which city are you from? I'm from Paris.' 'Chiny sq w Azji. but it's a country. Book 1 Stage 1 . France isn't a city. a country [a 'kAntri] kraj Is London a city or a country? London is a city. What's the meaning of the word 'person'? .' What is he doing? He's translating a sentence from English into Polish.' What is she doing? She's translating a sentence from English into Polish. Which country are you from? I'm from Poland. Is Germany a city or a country? Germany is a country. What's the meaning of the word The meaning of the word 'now' 'now'? is'teraz'. What's the meaning of the word 'use'? The meaning of the word 'use' is 'uiywac".a.meaning [a'mi:mlJ] znaczenie What's the meaning of the word The meaning of the word 'present 'present? is 'terainiejszy'. translate [trrens'lelt] dumaczyc into ['mtu:] na Translate this sentence: 'There is a book on the table.

d] wysoki short· U. . Are you answering my question? Yes. but they're tall.:t] niski Sweden ['swi:dn] Szwecja for things: a high table.tall [t. • Count from. Is the picture. You are answering questions. Is she short? Yes. Is the girl tall? No. in the box? • Where is the light? • It's her arm.• Count from. she's short. Am I asking you a question? Yes. the people from Sweden aren't short. Are the people from Sweden short? No. Direct Method for English 2008 .• This is an eye. five to fifteen . I'm answering your question. is lights. Russia is a country. Is the teacher tall or short? The teacher is tall. for people: a tall man" a short teacher Chan 1 Is the man tall? Yes. I'm a person. What are you doing? I'm answering your question. the girl isn't tall. he's tall. • but it's behind him. she isn't short. you're asking me a question. but she's short..• This is my thumb. four to fourteen. or: No.• It's his mouth . Is Russia a country? Yes. • This is your finger . ask [a:sk] pytac. Are you a person? Yes. • The plural of a light. zadawac pytanie answer ['a:nsd] odpowiadac I am asking questions. What's your name? My name is John. a low chair. • The wall isn't • in front of him. and that is an ear. What am I doing? You're asking me a question.

Do we have chairs? Yes. Do we have a classroom? Yes. . he has a book.· she haS.. •• " .·t$~':c19~~ .'. . • .. Yes..·•..ev] miec. she has an English book. she. a 1:)oo~'!' C . .' " • • ".' 'D()esslie have a book?' ~·.(~tli. Book 1 Stage 1 . W¢. ..it--th~ ~ " Does he have a book? Yes.he." '". we have chairs. questio~s··.Lesson 10 have [hc.'" ". Do you have blue or grey eyes? I have blue eyes. he has a chair. Does he have a chair? Yes. ~OeS[dAZ] Ioperator (do tworzeniapytan i przeczerl) il1 . ' . we have a classroom...·. I have a book. . Do I have blue or grey eyes? You have grey eyes. they have black hair. . .. Do you have black or brown hair? I have brown hair. Does she have an English book? Yes. posiadac do [du:] operator (do tworzenia pytan i przeczen) with [WH~] z Do you have a book? Yes. '. Do they have black hair? Yes. .' •• • • . Does she have long or short hair? She has long hair.

Who has brown eyes? He has brown eyes. Does the chair have legs? Yes. Does the classroom have four walls? Yes. Reading: Lesson 6 Page 21 who [hu:] kto Who are you? I'm a student. Who am I? You're a teacher.· Is this my left eye or my right eye? It's your right eye.Does she have black· hair? Yes. she has black hair. Who is sitting on that chair? Mark is sitting on that chair. Direct Method for English 2008 .J1d. This is my right h(]. right [rart] prawy left [left] lewy I This is my left hand. Who is asking the questions? The teacher is asking the questions. Which hand is this? It's your right hand. the classroom has four walls. Which hand is this? ' It's your left hand. Is this my left ear or my right ear? It's your left ear. ! Who has a green chair? I She has a green chair. the chair has legs. Who is answering the questions? The students are answering the questions.

I do not have black hair. '". but I have a pen. I do not have grey eyes. we do not have a small classroom. '. "".:":\ :~. or: No.: Do you have a pencil? No. or a whiteboard in the classroom? Is there a blackboard Yes.< <'0' ~':'}<..'~. we do nothave red chairs. . but we have a large classroom. Do they have black hair? No.. there is a blackboard in this classroom? in this classroom.." c: .td()~i19tha:ve . Do I have blue eyes? No. do pisania kredq) a whiteboard [<l 'waltb::>:d] biala tablica (suchoscieralna) What is this? It's a whiteboard. but I have blue eyes. ""~'. Do you have black hair? No.youhave a pen?"-"> No. Do we have red chairs? No. Do we have a small classroom? No. 40 ."~:~~:~ . but I have brown hair..:. "'..r(" (. We use not in.: . you do not have blue eyes.. but we have brown chairs. ". I do not have a pencil.·. there isn't a blackboard in this .~ega~v:~~~§w~t~'iWit~r DO. . they do not have black hair.a board [<l b::>:d] tablica a blackboard [<l 'blrekb::>:d] tablica (czarna.. Do you have grey eyes? No. but you have brown eyes. but they have brown hair. Do we have a blackboard We have a blackboard in the classroom. Book 1 Stage 1 . .~.

. . Direct Method for English 2008 . Does she have short hair? . No.. . '.:{j/C:hfrir.}-/.()f . Do you have black hair? No. Do we have red chairs? No.' . but we have green chairs.th~a§~ti~citiCiri. . i but she has brown hair.. Does he have long hair? No.. . ' ' :. but I have brown hair.Does he have a German book? No.. but it has 4 legs. Do they have black hair? No. "~ [dclUnt] \ skr6t od 'do not' . he does not have long hair. . Does the classroom have two walls? No...·>t::' :'. I Does she have black hair? ~ No. he does not have a red chair.. I but they have brown hair. the classroom does not have two walls. Do I have blue eyes? No. Does he have a red chair? ' No. I don't have black hair. but you have grey eyes.. but she has long hair. Does the chair have 5 legs? No." •. she does not have short hair.'. he does not have a German book..but it has four walls. but he has short hair. but he has an English book. don't 'JaQriJt:hg.dd·ii~t·is " . they don't have black hair. she does not have black hair. you don't have blue eyes.~.. the chair does not have 5 legs.but he has a green chair. we don't have red chairs.'::: .

but he has an English book. """... '". Is a cat an animal? Yes.' _ . but she has long hair.h:r. but it has 4 legs._. Does she have short hair? No. Is an elephant a large animal? Yes. he doesn't have a German book. Is a mouse a large animal? No. she doesn't have short hair.. ' . Does she have a cat? Yes.. but it's a small animal.Lesson 11 doesn't ['dAznt] I skrot od 'does not' ""'c' ":. Does he have a red chair? No." . she has a cat. I don't have a dog.. a mouse isn't a large animal. or: No.".41 . she doesn't have a cat.:"" _". Does the chair have 5 legs? No. but he has a green chair.. an animal [~n 'remml] a dog [~dog] a cat [a kret] an elephant [an 'ehfant] a mouse [a maus] zwierz~ pies kot slon mysz An elephant is a large animaL A mouse is a small animaL Is a dog an animal? Yes. the chair doesn't have 5 legs. I have a dog.". Book 1 Stage 1 .?~ Does he have a German book? No. Do you have a dog? Yes. an elephant is a large animal. :$he:doesn't:hmte .. a dog is an animal.?+'l~n1~r<. jCfh~~~ontra?ti6ri' . he doesn't have a red chair. _:. a cat is an animal... or: No. .

black hair. Mr Wellington doesn't have . Brazil is a hot country. :ill!llll Is it hot or cold today? It's hot today. [ or: No. Is India a cold country? No. Mr Wellington has a book. Miss Potter has black hair. Does Miss Potter have black hair? Yes. but it's a hot country. . Who is that? IIt's Mrs Daniels.Mr ['mIsta] Pan Mrs ['mISIZ] Pani Miss [mIs] Panna Who is this? I It's Mr Jones. Direct Method for English 2008 . today isn't Sunday. Is today Sunday? No. Is Scotland a cold country? Yes. Reading: Lesson 7 Page 25 today [ta'deI] dzisiaj What day is it today? Today is Tuesday. Does Mr Wellington have a book? I Yes. but it's Friday. Miss Potter doesn't have . Brazil is a hot country. India isn't a cold country. or: No. a book. Is Brazil a hot country? Yes. Scotland is a cold country. hot [hot] cold [kauld] Scotland ['skotland] Brazil [bra'zI1] India ['mdia] gorqcy zimny I Szkocja Brazylia Indie Scotland is a cold country.

• These windows • are in front of us . What part of my face am I touching? You're touching your nose.• J is after 1. on the chair .• Am I right? • They are wrong. please. What is the opposite of 'left'? The opposite of 'left' is 'right'. touch [tAtJ] dotknqc What part of my body am I touching? You're touching your leg.• That is their teacher. What is the opposite of 'hot? The opposite of 'hot is 'cold'. is thirty-five . please.• There is a green box. What is the opposite of 'long'? The opposite of 'long' is 'short'. What are you doing? I'm touching my back. Touch your ear.• The letter E • is between D and F. Touch your back.• Eighty-two plus fifteen.• Where are you from? • I'm from Poland . What is the opposite of 'first'? The opposite of 'first' is 'last'. This is our classroom.the opposite [oi topazIt] przeciwienstwo The opposite of 7eft' is 'right'. What is the opposite of 'high'? The opposite of 'high' is 'low'.• There are not blue pictures • on the yellow wall . What are you doing? I'm touching my ear. What is the opposite of 'tall'? The opposite of 'tall' is 'short'. • X is before Y.• Those doors • are behind them.• Forty-three minus eight. Book 1 Stage 1 . is ninety-seven.

What is she doing? She is telling you the capital of Italy. clean [kli:n] czysty dirty ['d3:ti] brudny a sh0eJ~ Iu:] but What is this? It's a shoe. please! My name is Robert. but they're dirty. my shoes aren't clean. please! Tell me your name. Tell me how much 3 + 9 is. your name. or: No. Are your shoes clean? Yes. About how many things are there There are about 90 things in this classroom? in this classroom. please! The capital of Italy is Rome. about [~'baut] okolo a page [~peld3] strona About how many pages are there There are about 140 pages in this book? in this book. my shoes are clean. Tell me the capital of Italy. please! 3 + 9 is 12. What is he doing? He is telling you his name. 1I11III Direct Method for English 2008 . About how many people are there There are about 30 thousand people in this town? in this town.Lesson 12 tell [tel] powiedziec (komus) Tell !!!!E. About how many people are there There are about 40 million people in this country? in this country. What is she doing? She is telling you how much 3 + 9 is.

I have pictures at home.Is the floor dirty? Yes. Is Amberley a clean village? Yes.:} 'ga:dn] ogr6d Are you at school? Yes. I'm at school. Amberley is a clean village. Reading: Lesson 8 Page 29 at home [.:}um] W domu at school [. but I'm at school. but I'm at school. Are you at work? Yes. my garden isn't large. I'm not at work. Windsor isn't a dirty town. I don't have a garden at home. I'm at work. Windsor is a dirty town. or: No. I don't have pictures at home. the floor isn't dirty.:}t w3:k] W pracy a garden [. or: No. Do we have blackboards or We have whiteboards at school. Amberley isn't a clean village. but it's a clean town. but it's small. my garden is large. or: No. or: No. but it's a dirty village. or: No. I have a garden at home. Do you have a garden at home? Yes. or: No.:}t sku:l] w szkole at work [. but it's clean. I'm not at home. the floor is dirty.:}t h. or: No. Is Windsor a dirty town? Yes. Is your garden large? Yes. Are you at home? No. whiteboards at school? Book 1 Stage 1 . Do you have pictures at home? Yes.

• Close that book. and she is writing.• Her hair is short • but his hair is long. she isn't speaking.• We are writing now. on the high chair. Is she speaking? Yes. but I'm speaking English. he isn't speaking.speak [spi:kJ mowic Spanish ['spreruJ] hiszpanski What am I doing? You're speaking. Direct Method for English 2008 . Are you speaking Polish? No.• The girls are here. please.• The teacher is reading. she's speaking. page A1 (also on CD). Is he speaking? Yes.• The woman is sitting. • but the boys are there . I'm not speaking Polish. he's speaking. Symbole fonetyczne.• Open the door. or: No. please. strona A1 (takze na CD).• How many women • are there in the room? • There are eleven.• He is reading. Grammar Lesson 1C Phonetic chart. but you're speaking English. you aren't speaking Spanish.Spanish? No. Am I speaking.• The man is standing • behind the low table . and you are standing now. or: No. I am sitting.