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AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSE

Level I
BOOk 1 LESSON 1
Summary

F. Hello. How are you. See you later. Good morning. Fine.thanks. Okay. Goodbye

G. Listen. What’s that? It’s a open door. What’s this? This is a book.

V.
circle cerc; ciclu; a inconjura close incuiat; inchis; apropiat
listen a fi atent la; a asculta look privire; uitatura
open a deschide; deschis; a incepe repeat a repeta
write a compune muzica; a scrie; scriere my mea; mei; mele; meu
please a multumi; a satisface that’s
that care; aceea; acela; incat; pentru ca; sa; ca the articol hotarat
this aceasta; acesta; asta what’s
to catre; in comparatie cu; pana la; pentru; ca sa
what care?; ce?; ce fel?; cum? twenty douazeci
alphabet alfabet book carte; a inscrie; registru; a rezerva
capital letter
clock ceas; orologiu door usa
example exemplu letter litera; scrisoare
name nume; reputatie; a numi; a stabili; a alege notebook caiet de notite; maculator
number numar page pagina; paj
pen ingraditura; stilou; tarc pencil creion; a schita
picture tablou; fotografie; imagine sir domnule
small mic; neînsemnat table mancare; masa
window fereastra; vitrina word cuvant; vorba; a redacta

hallo a striga alo sau hei; alo; asculta(interj); hei


lab laborator; Partidul Laburist(Anglia); laborator(presc)
chair a instala(intr-o functie); catedra universitara; scaun
your dumitale; dumneavoastra; ta; tale; tau; tai; voastra; vostru; vostri; voastre
go to a merge; a se duce; a deveni; energie; entuziasm; miscare; incercare; moda
is pers a III-a sing. indicativ prez. de la be (a fi)

hello
Good morning.
What’s your name?
My name is.
How are you.
Fine thanks. See you later.
Okay.Goodb ye.
A.Good morning.
Z. Good morning. How are you?
A. Fine, thanks .How are you.
B. Z. Fine thanks. Ou, my teacher is in the classroom.
C. See you later.
D. Z.Okay.Goodbye.

A.Good morning.
Z.Good morning. How are you?
A.Fine.I’m Ted.What’s your name?
Z..My name is Aldo.

This (that) is a pencil. What is this? This is a book. What is that?


That is a pen. What + is = What’s What’s that? That’s a pencil.
What’s this? It’s a book.
That+is = That’ s What’s this? That is my chair. That’s your pen.
It + is = It’s
Open the window. Close the window.
This is my pen. That's your pen.

AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSE


Level I
BOOk 1 LESSON 2
Summary

G. Don’close the door. Please don’t close the door. What’s that? That’t her book. This is hie pen. What is Bill? Bill is a
mechanic.
What are thouse? Thouse are pencils. What are these? Thse are books.
V.

am
are esti; sunt; suntem; sunte
and iar; ;i
don’t
I’m
these acestea; acestia
those aceia; acelea
you voi; tu
barber\barbers barbier; frizer
cook\cooks a gati(mancare); bucatar; bucatareasa
doctor\doctors a trata(un bolnav); doctor; medic; a ingriji
pilot\pilots pilot; a pilota; ghid
radio\radios radio
recorder\recorders magnetofon
tape\tapes banda de magnetofon; panglica
teacher\teachers profesor de liceu
television\televisions televiziune; televizor
youre al tau; a ta; ai tai; ale tale; al vostru; a voastra; ai vostri; ale voastre
speeli a ortografia un cuv]nt; interval de timp(scurt); repaus; vraj
her dat ei; pe ea; ei(pron. posesiv); sa;
his ai lui/s[i; al lui/s[u; ale lui/sale; a lui/sa; \i; lui;

Go the window. Please don’t open the window.


Don’t close the door. Open it.
Don’t write the word pen. Please write the word pencil.
Listen. Don’t repeat.
Circle the letter. Don’t circle the letter.

What’s his name? His name is Ted. What’s that? This is my book
What’s that? This is a table. What are those? That is your pens.
What’s that? These are tables. What’s that? Those are window.
What’s that? That’s her pencil What’s that? That is a chair.
What are these? Those are chairs What’s that? These are pen.
What are those? These are books.

I am a mechanic What am I? I’m a student


You are a pilot Your’re a doctor What are you?
Bill is a barber Bill’s a teacher What is Bill?

I+ am = I’m I’m a student I’m a pilot


You + are = You’re You’re a teacher You’re a cook.
Bill + is = Bill’s Bill’s a pilot.
We + are =we’re What am I? What is Betty?
They + are = they’re What are you?

What are you? I’m a mechanic.


What am I? You’re a teacher.
What’s Betty? Betty’s a doctor.
What am I? I’m a cook.
What’s Joe? Joe’s amechanic.
What’s Tom? He’s a student.
A.Hello.My name is Bob. What’s your name?
Z.My name is Ken.
A.Repet your name, please.
Z.It’s Ken.
A.Spell your name, please.Z. K_E_N.
AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSE
Level I
BOOk 1 LESSON 3
Summary
B

G. He is a pilot. He’s not a mechanic. She’s a teacher. She isn’t a student.


We are a student? We’re not teachers. They’re doctors. They aren’t mechanics.
What are you? We’re mechanics .Is she a student? No, she isn’t. Are they a mechanics? Yes, they are.
V.

no nu not nu
she dansa; ea she’s
they ei; ele they’re
we noi we’re
yes da cent cent
dime centi; moneda(amer) dollar dolar
half jumatate; repriza; semestru money moneda; numerar; bani
nickel nichel penny centima; gologan; peni
quarter patrar al lunii; sfert de mila; sfert de ora; sfert
ren’t nu esti; sunt; suntem; sunte
isn’t nu pers a III-a sing. indicativ prez. de la be (a fi)
spell a ortografia un cuvant; interval de timp(scurt); repaus; vraja
he’s barbat; el; partic.care indica genul masc
student control number

Bill + is = Bill’s a pilot. He + is = He’s She + is = She’s Betty + is = Betty’s


They + are = They’re doctors. We + are = We’re You + are =You’re It + is = It’s

I’m not a pilot. He’s not a doctor. She’s not a student. Bill’s not a barber.
We’re not a cooks. They’re not a mechanics. You’re not a teachers.
He is not = He isn’t She is not = She isn’t You are not = you aren’t
We are not = We aren’t

They are not = They aren’t


It (This; That;She;He) is a desk (a doctor; a pilot).
Is he (she; this; that;it;) a barber (a teacher;a book) ?
Thouse (These; They) are desks (doctors; pilots)
Are these (thouse; they) barbers (teachers; desks?)
Am I a student? Is he (she;it) a doctor (a mechanic)?
Are you (we; they) students (pilots; mechanics)?
It this (that) a pen? Yes, it is. No, it isn’t.(isn’t).
It he (she) a doctor? Yes, he (she) is. No, he (she) isn’t. He’s (she’s) not.
Are you a student? Yes, I am. No I’m not.
Are thes (thouse) a pencils? Yes, they are. No, they are not (aren’t).
Are they (we; you) students? Yes, they (we; you) are.
No, they’re (we’re; you’re) not .No, they (we; you) aren’t.
John is a student. He isn't teacher. This my book.
This is.t yout book He is a cook. He isn’t a barber.
My name isn’t Yom.It.s John.You are dicror. You aren’t barber.
They are’t students. They’re barbers.you aren’t teachers. You’re students.
Is she a student. Are they students? Is he a pilot?
Are they barbers. Are those books.
Am I a student? Is it a book? Are we pilots? Are they mechanics?
AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSE
Level I
BOOk 1 LESSON 4
Summary

G. Are they pilots? Yes, they, are pilot. No, aren’t pilots.
The calendar is on the wall. The students are in the lab. The pen is under the table.
V.

sit a sta asezat; a sedea at de la; in; la; pe


in in; la; din o'clock
on in; pe; la blackboard tabla de scris
calendar calendar chalckboard tabla de scris
day in cursul zilei; ziua desk catedra; masa de scris; birou
dialog convorbire; dialog map harta
sound rasuna; sunet; a suna; zgomot time vreme; timp
today azi; in zilele noastre tomorrow ziua de maine; maine
wall intaritura; perete; zid week saptamana
weekend sfarsit de saptamana Sunday duminica
Monday luni Tuesday marti
Wednesday miercuri Thursday joi
Friday vineri
Saturday simbatastand a sta in picioare; impotrivire; a se opune
put trecut/part.trecut de la put; a instala; a pune
box box; a boxa; cutie; a inchide; loja
under sub influenta; mai jos de; mai putin de; sub; sub regimul; dedesubt; subaltern; inferior

Are you student? Yes, I'm a student. No, I'm not a stedent.
Is she teacher? Yes, she's a teacher. No, she is not a teacher. No, she isn't a teacher.
Is this a pencil? Yes this is a pencil. No, this isn't a pencil.
Are they doctors? Yes, they'rea doctors. No, they aren't doctoes.
Is she a cook? No, she's not a cook'
Am I a teacher? No, you're not a teacher.
That's a map. That'e a wall. That's a chair.that's a door.

The pencil is under the table. The clock is on the wall. Two desks are in the classroom.
The map is on the wall. The book is on the table. The picture is on the wall.

What's on the wall? A map is on the wall.


What's is on the table? A box is on the table.
What's under the table? Two pictures are under table.
What's in the desk? Pencils are in the desk.
What's under the desk 'Four books are under the desk.
What's in the classroom? A calendar ic in the classroom.
What's on the chair? Three pens are on the chair.
What's on the wall? A blackboard in on the wall.

AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSE


Level I
BOOk 2 LESSON 1
Summary

F. Bob, this is may friend Jeff. Jeff: Hi! Nice to meet you.
He is tired. Is he happy? Let’s go the lab.
G. Bob is a pilot. Billi’s a pilot, too .Ted is a student and Joe is a mechanic. Is he in the lab or in the classroom?
V.

And iar ; si angry furios ; suparat


bye bye la revedere!; pa cold
happy incantat; nimerit; norocos; fericit hi
let’s go s a mergem; sa plecam Miss lovitura ratata; domnisoara; a
Mr. Dl Mrs. dna
Now acum old bãtrân; în vârstã; vechi
or ori; sau sad abãtut; melancolic; trist
sick indispus; bolnav tired obosit
too prea; foarte; de asemenea very chiar; foarte; extrem de
well bine; fântânã; mulþumitor; sondã young tânãr; nou; mic
alphabet alfabet boy bãiat; bãiat de serviciu
brother confrate; frate child copil
children plural de la child(copil) consonant armonios; de acord; conform(cu)
family familie father tata; parinte; creator
friend prieten girl fata; slujnica
man omenire(generic); om; barbat men plural de la man (barbat)
mother mama sister infirmiera sefa; sora
vowel vocala woman femeie
women femei; femei
hot arzator; muzica de dans cu ritm viu; picant; fierbinte; violent
Glad to meet you
Nice to meet you.
What time it is?

A. Dad, this is my friend Bob. Bob this is my father, Mr. Wilson.


B. How are you Bob? Nice to meet you.
A. Fine, thanks. Nice to meet you too, Mr. Wilson.
B. Linda, this is my friend Bob. Bob, this is my sister, Linda.
C. Glad to meet you, Bob.
D. Nice to meet you, Linda.

He’s happy. She’s sad. He’s angry. He’s sick. She’s hot. He’s very hot. She’s cold. He’s young. He’s old. He’s tired. He’s well.

Bill (The student; She) is tired. Is Bill (The student; She tired.
You (The children; They; We) are sick. Are you (The children; They; We) sic?
Is he very happy? Is she very angry?
Is the boy very old? Is the woman very tired?
Is the man very sick? Is the child very sad?

You are student. I am a teacher. Susan is a teacher. Mary is a mechanic.


What are you and I? What are Susan and Mary
I’m a student and you’re a teacher. Susan is a teacher and Mary a mechanic.

He is a cook. She is a teacher. Is Ted hot or cold.


What are they? Ted is hot.
He is a cook and she is a teacher.
Are they in the lab or in the classroom?
Bob is barber. Bill is a cook. They are in classroom.
What are Bob and bill?
Bob is a barber and bill is a cook.
Is she sick or tired.
Linda is a pilot. Ted is a doctor. She's tired.
What are Linda and Ted
Linda is a pilot and Ted is a doctor.

AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSE


Level I
BOOk 2 LESSON 2
Summary

F. Whose book is this? It’s Betty’s.


G. Tom is outside. Where’s Bill? Bill’s at the mess hall.
Whose classroom is this. This is our classroom.
V.
Answer a rãspunde; rãspuns; replicã ask a ruga; a cere
belong a apartine an o; un; unii (inainte de vocale)
at de la; in; la; pe big important; mare; masiv
inside viscere; dos; interior our nostru
outside aparenta; exterior small mic; neinsemnat
their lor where incotro; pe unde; unde
whose a; ai; ale carui/carei; a cui?; a truly,
barracks cazarma base a pune bazele; baza; josnic
bed pat building cladire
bulletin board bus autobuz
bus stop statie de autobuz BX (base exchange)
commissary dining hall
dinning room sufragerie dispensary dispensar;farmacie; policlinica hospital
spital; azil library biblioteca
mess hall locator
question a chestiona; chestiune; intrebare; mess nutret; dezordine; incurcatura
room camera; spatiu
snack bar bufet expres
schedule schema; a programa; program; plan
your dumitale; dumneavoastra; ta; tale; tau; tai; voastra; vostru; vostri; voastre

This is a building. These are buildings. These are barracks. This is a schedule.
This is a bed. This is a office. This is a bus. This is a bus stop.
This book is big. This is a big book. These letters are big. These are big letters.
This book is small. This is a small book.

Where is the map? The map is under desk


Where is the student? The students are in the classroom.
Where are the books? The book is on the chair.
Where are the pilots? The pilots are the barracks.

Where + is =Where’s Where’s the desk? The desk is in the office.


This is our classroom. This your lab. This their brother.
Whose sister is she? She is his sister.
Whose money is this? This is our money.
Whose pens are these? They are my pens.
Whose book is that? That is Betty’s book.
Whose books are those? Those are Betty’s book That book belong to Betty.
I am inside (outside). You (They; We; The boys) are inside (outside).
He (Linda; She; It) is inside (outside).

Where's the books. It's on the bed.


Where are the chalkboards? They're in the room.
Where is the pen It's under the table.
Where is the schedule. It's on the buletin board.
Where are the chair and the desk? They're in the office.

A. Excuse me, please. Where's Tom? Z. He's in his room.


A. Is the classroom? Z. No, he is in the barracks. He's sick.
A. Where's the barracks. Z. It's Building 2999.
A. Thank. you, sir.

1. They are students. This is their barracks.


2. You are my students. These are your books.
3. We are teacher. These are our classroom.
4. These are our books. 5. She's their sister.
6. He's your friend. 7. That's our office.
8. This is your money. 9. That's their barracks.

This is our classroom. This is your lab. This is their brother.

1. What’s that? That’s our office. 2. What’s this? It’s their money.
3. What are those? They’re your pencil. 4. What are these? These are their schedules.
5. What’s that? That’s our barracks. 6. What are those? They’re your books.
7. What’s that? It’s a your clock. 8. What are those? Those are pictures.

Whose sister is she? She is his sister. Whose money is this? This is your money.
Whose pens are these? They are my pen. Whose radio is this? That is my radio.
Whose pen is that? It’s his pen.
Whose recorders are these? They’re your recorders.
Whose notebooks are these? Those are her notebooks.
Whose television is that? That’s our television.

Whose book is that? That is Betty’s book. Whose books are those? Those are Betty’s books.

That is Betty’s book = That book belong to Betty.

Whose money is this? That’s Aldo’s money.


Whose notebook are these Those are Bob’s notebook.
Whose pencils are these? Those are Susan’s pencils
Whose classroom is this? It’s Dave’s classroom.

Whose recorder is this? This is Ado’s recorder. It belongs to Aldo.


Whose is that? That’s Susan’s TV. It belongs to Susan.
Whose dime is this?
This is Bill’s dime. It belongs to Bill.
Whose radio is that.That's Tom’s radio. It belongs to Tom.

I am inside \outside You are inside \outside


They are inside \outside We are inside \outside
The boys are inside \outside Linda is inside \outside
He is inside \outside She is inside \outside
It is inside \outside

AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSE


Level I
BOOk 2 LESSON 3
Summary

F. What are you doing? I’m eating lunch.


G. I’m eating lunch. I’m not eating breakfast. Are they eating lunch. No, they aren’t eating lunch. Is Jean eating lunch.
Yes, she is.
V.
buy a cumpãra; a corupe come sosit; venit
come on hai! drink a bea; bautura
eat a inghiti; a manca read a citi
study ravna; birou; studiu talk a vorbi; a conversa
an o; un; unii (inainte de vocale) bored plictisit
here aici; incoace hungry flamand; infometat
just just; corect nothing nimic
now acum apple mar
banana beef carne de vita
bread paine breakfast micul dejun
cherry cires; cirese; visin; visine chicken pui
coffee cafea egg ou
fish carne de peste; a pescui; peste food alimente; hranã
fruit fruct; rod juice suc; zeama; miez
lamb miel; om bland; miel(carne de lunch lunch; pranz; a pranzi
meal mancare; masa meat carne
orange portocal; portocala; portocaliu pear para(fruct)
pork carne de porc rice orez
salad salata; amestecatura tea ceai; infuzie
water apa; apa; a umezi; a uda
watch a pandi; a veghea; paza; atentie; ceas; paznic
Nothing much
What are you doing?

This is fish. This are eggs. This is fruit. This is salad. This is meat.
This is rice. This is bread. This is pig. This is cow. This is beef
This is lamb. This is sheep. This is chicken. This is an apple. This is an orange.
This is a pear. This is an egg. This is coffee. This is water. This is tea.
This is a banana.
I am reading. You are repeating He (she) is writing
We are listening. You are going. They are answering.
I’m not standing up. You’re not talking. He’s not eating.
She’s not reading. We’re not writing. They’re not drinking.
You aren’t walking. He isn’t writing. She isn’t sitting.
We aren’t studying. I am eating breakfast now. Am I eating breakfast now?
You are studying your lesson. Are you studying your lesson?
He (She) is listening to tapes. Is he (she) listening to tapes?
You (We; They) are watching TV. Are you ( we ; they) watching TV?

Are you studying? Yes, I am. No, I’m not.


Is he studying? Yes, he is. No, he’s not. No, he isn’t.
Is she studying? Yes, she is. No, she’s not. No, she isn’t.
Are you studying? Yes, we are. No, we’re not. No, we aren’t.
Are they studying? Yes, they are. No, they’re not. No, they aren’t.

They’re eating and drinking.

The teacher’s eating an apple. She’s eating eggs and drinking tea.
You’re drinking water. Bill’s eating oranges.

What are you doing? I’m eating. I’m listening to the radio.
I’m drinking coffee. I’m looking at the book. I’m looking at you.
I’m listening to a tape. I’m drinking tea. I’m looking at picture.
I’m eating an apple. I’m sitting in my room.

It’s a 7 o’clock.

Good morning! What time is it? It’s 7 o’clock.


What time is now? It’s 21 o’clock.
A . Let’s eat lunch. Z.Okay. Let’s eat chicken and rice.
A. Are you eating dinner, Linda? Z. Yes, I am.
A. What are you eating? Z. I’m eating fish rice and salad.
A. Are you and Mrs. Wilson drinking tea? Z. No, were not.
A. Are you drinking coffee? Z. Yes, we are.

AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSE


Level I
BOOk 2 LESSON 4
Summary

G. Who’s that man? Who’s reading a book? Where are you going? What is he eating?
Let’s go to the doctor.

V.
answer a raspunde; raspuns; replica ask a invita; a intreba; a ruga; a cere
check control; verificare do a face; a infaptui; a savarsi
correct a corecta; corect different deosebit; diferit; felurit
million milion right cinstit; corect; drept
same aceeasi; acelasi; sus-numitul; identic who acela care; cine; pe cine; care; pe care wrong
eronat; incorect; rau daughter fiica
homework tema(pt acasa) husband a economisi; sot; barbat
time vreme; timp wife nevasta; sotie

It’s time for


Me, too.
You’re welcome.
Money in amounts over $1.00

Who + is = Who’s

Who’s your teacher? Who is Mr. Jackson?


Who is Ted? Ted is Mr. Jackson’s student.
Who is tired? Aldo is tired.
Who is she? She’s Betty. Who are they? They are Ted and Bill.
Who’s your friend? Aldo is my friend. Who’s tired? I’m tired.

1. Mr. Jackson is his teacher. Who is Mr. Jackson? Who is teacher?


2. Mr. Roger is their friend. Who is Mr. Roger? Who is their friend?
3. Lan and Linda are his sisters .Who are Jan and Linda? Who are his sisters?
4. Tom and John are Linda’s brothers. Who are Tom and John? Who are Linda’s brothers.

This is the Wilson family


Mr. Wilson is Mrs.Wilson’s husband. Mrs. Wilson is Mr. Wilson ‘s wife.
Jan is Mr. and Mrs. Wilson’s daughter. Linda is Mr. and Mrs. Wilson’s daughter.
Tom is Mr. and Mrs. Wilson’s son. Jon is Mr. and Mrs. Wilson’s son.
What is he eating? He’s eating breakfast.

Who’s sick today? Who is reading a book? Who is reading a book Andy is reading a book’
Who eating breakfast? My father eating breakfast.
Who writting on the chalkboard? The student writting on the chalkboard.
Who listening to tapes? The students are listening to tales?
Who’s reading a book in the library? The pilot is reading a book in the library.
Who is talking? Mr. Jackson is talking.

What is he doing? He lisening to the radio.


What are you drinking? I’m drinking coffee.
What she doing? He’s doing his homework.
What are you looking at? I’m looking at the picture.
What is Susan buying? Susan’s buying a pencil.

Where is Tom studying? He’s studying at the library.


Where’s Bill eating breakfast? He’s eating breakfast in the mess hall.
Where are Mary and Ken studying? They’re studying in the classroom.
Where Andy going? He’s going to the movie.
Where is Bob reading? He’s reading in the library.
Let’s go
A. I’m sick.
Z. Me, too. Let’s go to the dispensary.
A. It’s time for class.
Z. Let’s go.
A. I’m cold.
Z. Me, too. Let’s go inside.
A. I’m tired.
Z. Me, too. Let’s go to the barracks.
A. It’s 12:00.
Z. Let’s eat lunch.
A. I’m hot. Z. Let’s go outside.
Z. It’s time for dinner.
Z. Let’s go to the dinner.
A. It’s 7:00.
Z. Let’s study.
A. I’m tired.
Z. Me, too. Let’s sit down.
A. It’s time for class.
Z. Let’s go.

BOOK 3 LESSON 1

F.Let’s buy at the snack bar.Okay, lets go now.


G. Tom guts up early every day.Does Ton get up early every day ?Yes,she does.
Yes, Tom gest up early every day.No, she he doen’t.No, he doesn’t get up early every day.Tom eats eggs for breakfast.Does Tom eat
breakfast ? Tom doesn’t eat fruit for breakfast.

do
don’t
doesn’t
get up
shave
aleep
swim
after
a.m.
at
before
early
every
for
hungry
in
late
p.m.
thirsty
afternoon
class
evening
lesson
midnight
night
noon
shower
snack
toast

1.It’s 12. o’clock.I’m hundry.Sue’s hungry too.It’s time for lanch.


2.It’s hot.We’re thitsty.Paul is thirsty, too.
3.John hungry.It’s not time for lunch.He.s eating a snack at the BX. The students are going to the snak bar.They’re hungry, too.

I (You;We;They;The students) eat breakfast at the snack bar.


He(She; Linda;The boys) eats breakfast every day.

1.We eat lunch in the mess hall. 2.I go to class at 7:00


3.The students writw the answers in theier bok. 4.You put milk in your coffee.
5.I drink tea. 6.Aldo and Tom study in the library.
7.They watch TV in the barraks. 8.We buy pens and pencil in the BX.
9.Mr. and Mrs. Wilson get up at 6:00. 10 I get dressed at 6:45.

1.Tom takes a shower every day. 2.Mrs. Wilson put sugar in her tea.
3.The girl swims every Saturday. 4.Mr. Jackson shves every day.
5.His siser drinks coffee. 6.He sleeps in the barracks.
7.Mr. Wilson ats finish every Friday. 8. The student goes to the lab every day at 8:00.
I drink coffee in the baracks. He drinks koffee in the mess hall.
You go to the lab every Monday. The student goes to the lab Tuesday.
They swim every weekend. Aldo swims every Thursday.
We put sugar in our tea. The teacher puts sugar in his coffee.

1.Kim and Scott go to scholl in the morning. 2.They eat lunch at noon.
3.They swim in the afternoon. 4.They study in the evening.
5.They watch TV at night. 6.They sleep at midnight.

Before
1. Tom eats breackfast to friends before class. 2.He talks to friend brfore class.
3.He sits down before class. 4.He looks at his lesson before class.

After.
Tom swim after class. Ton goes to the baracks after the class.
Tom stands up after class. Tom does his homework after class.

Early
Tom eats breackfast early. He goes to class early in the morning.
The teaher isn’t early every day. Tom gues the te baracks early in the afternoon.

Late.
Tom does not go to class late in the morning. His friend is late every day.
Tom swim late in the afternoon. He studies his lesson late every night.

A.Are you hungry ? Z.A. Yes, I’m .A.Me too. Let’s go to the snack bar.Z.Okay.Let’s go.
A.I’m hungry.Let’a eat lunch. Z.Okay.Ler’s go to the mess hall.
A.Let’s go to the mess hall. Z.Not, now.I’m not hungry.
A.It’s 11 o’clock.Let’s go at 12:00. Z.Okay.Let’s go at 12:00.

Tom and Bob do not eat at noon. They don’t eat at midnight.
Do + not – Don’t. Tom does not gets up at 6 o’clock. He doesn’t get up at 5 o’clock.
Does + not =Doesn’t

The boys watch tlevision. Do the boys watch television ?


Bill eats breakfast every day. Does Bill eat breakfast every day.
Do you get early ? Yes, I get up early. Yes, I do.
Does Tom get up late ?No, Tom get up late. No, he doesn’t.
He studies at night. Does he study atnight ?
We cgeck our answer.Do we check our answer ?
They listen to the radio. Do they listen to the radio ?
Tim reads his notebook. Does tim read his notebook ?

Do you get up early ? Yes, I get up early. Yes, I do.


Does tom get up early ? No, Tom doesn’t get up late. No,he doesn’t.

A.Does Tom study on weekends ? Z. No, Tom dorsn’t study on weekends.


A.Does Tom watch TV on weekends ? Z. Yes, Tom watchs on TV.
Do you to bed early every night ? No, I don’t go to bed early every night.
Does your mother buy food at the BX ? No, she doesn’t buy food at the BX.
Do you eat breakfast in the mess hall ? No, I don’t eat breackfast in the mess hall.
Pat eats toast for breackfast. She doesn’t eat toast for dinner.

BOOK 3 LESSON 2

V. Do you have a bus to Dallas today ? Yes, we do. When does leave ? In 15 minutes.
G. Who know the answer ?Wat do you eat for breackfast ?Where does Jhon study ?When does Jane study ?How often to you
eat chicken ?I never eat chicken.
V.
has
have
hear
know
learn
leave
say
see
speak
want
always
how often
never
on (days of week)
sometimes
when
airplane
Arabic
car
Chinese
English
French
French fries
Hamburger
language
plane
Russian
taxi
Spanish
train
truck
Have\has ( food) for (meal)

I have a pen. You have an apple. We have an orange. They have a radio. She has a brother. He has a book.
Do you have a pencil ? Tom studies English. Does Tom study English ? What does Tomstudy ?
Tom ges to school at 7:00. Does Tom go to school at 7:00 ? What does Tom do ?
Tom studies at the library. Does Tom stuy at the library ?Where does Tom study ?
Tom swims on Wednesdays. Does Tom swim on Wednesdays ?When does Tom swim ?
How often is she late ? How often is he late ? How often am I late ? How often are we late ?
How often areyou late ? How often are they late ?
How often does she swim ? How often does he swim ? How often do I swim ? How often do you eat ?
How often do we study ? How often do they study ?

BOOK 3 LESSON 3

F.Where

I am in the U.S. now. Mr.Brown is U.S. now. I was in the U.S. now. Mr.Brown was in theU.S. now.
They are in Spain last year. John and Sue are in Spain last year. Theywere in Spain last year.
John and Sue were in Spain last year.
Was + not = Wasn’t
Were + not = Weren’t

BOOK 3 LESSON 4

I want to study. You want to eat. We want to go. They want to read.
He wants to write. She wants to speak.
I don’t want to study. You don’t want to eat. We don’t want to go. They don’t want to rea
He dosen’t wants to write. Shedosen’t wants to speak.

Do I want to study ? Yes, I do. No, I don’t. No, I don’t want to study.
Do you want to eat ? Yes, you do. No, you don’t. No, you don’t want to eat.
Do we want to work ? Yes,we do. No, we don’t. No, we don’t want to work.
Do they want to learn ? Yes, they do. No, they don’t. No, they don’t want to learn.
Does he wants to write? Yes, he does. No, he doesn’t. No, he doesn’t want to write.
Does she wants to get up ? Yes, she does. No, she doesn’t . No, she doesn’t want to get up.
Anthony was in the Army. Was Anthony was in the Army? Who was in the Army ?
The dictionary was on the table. Was the dictionary on the table ? What was on the table ?
Jhon was at the library last night. Was Jhon at the library last night? Where was Jhon last night ?
They are at the snack bar last night. Were they at the snack bar last night ? Where were they last night ?
Jhon was at the library last night. Was Jhon at the library last night? When was Jhon at the library ?
They are at the snack bar last night. Were they at the snack bar last night ? When were they at the snack bar ?

AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSE


Level I
BOO 4 LESSON 4
Summary

F. Do you have this tie in blue? Yes, it’s over there. How much does it cost? It’s $8.50

G. How mach is the book? How much does thr pen cost? What color is the wall? What movie did he see? I don’t like this
skirt. I like that skirt.
V.
cost\cost cost; a costa; cheltuiala dance dans
help servitoare; a sprijini; a ajuta; ajutor record a inregistra; record; disc
sell\sold a se vinde; a-si face reclama take\took a imprumuta; a lua; a inchiria; a apuca
black intunecat; negru; sumbru blue albastru; amarat
brown a colora in cafeniu; brun; rumenit purple purpura; purpuriu
red rosu that care; aceea; acela; incat; pentru ca; sa; ca
these acestea; acestia this aceasta; acesta; asta
those aceia; acelea warm a incalzi; cald; cordial; placut
white alb; onest; palid; pur yellow galben
autumn toamna clerk functionar
color a colora; culoare; a vopsi; drapel dance dans
fall a cadea; cadere; a se darama; prabusire headphones casca pentru radio
headset music muzica
rainbow curcubeu season anotimp; sezon; perioada
spring a tasni; a sari; saritura store provizie; rezerve; stoc
summer vara winter iarna
the day after tomorrow
the day before yesterday here you are
how mach..? over here
over there
cool a se raci; a se racori; indiferent; racoros; calm
green verde; legume verzi; pasune; necopt; novice; infloritor
orange portocal; portocala; portocaliu
pink a festona; garoafa(bot); roz; vanator de vulpi; gaura; a gaur

1. It’s cold in the winter. December, januariy and, February are the winter months.
2. It’s in the spring. March, April, and May are the spring months.
3. It’s hot in the summer. June, July and, August are the summer months.
4. It’s cool in the fall. September, October and November are the fall months.

1. What show did you see yesterday?


2. What rank did he have four years ago?
3. What movie does she want to see?
4. What time did Jhon start to works?
5. What game did they watch last night?
6. What city did the Adams visit last year?
7. What restaurant did you go to?
8. What car did you drive yesterday?

This is the color: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple.

How mach…?
How much do the shoes cost? How much are the shoes? How much are they?
How much does the shirt cost? How much is the shirt? How much is it?
How much did the shues cost? How much were the shoes? How much were they?
How much did the shirt cost? How muchwas the shirt? How much was it?

1. Harry and Ann dance every weekend. They went to dance last night.
2. He bought a tie at the store. This is a clothing store.
3. Sue works in that store. She’s a clerk .I asked thst clerk to help me.
4. Sue helpped Harry in the store. Help your brother with his homework
5. They sell good clothes at the store. I sold my old car.
6. I’m talking my books to my dormitory.They took their coats to school
7. Harry always puts on his headphones. His mother doesn’t like to hear his music. She bought Harry his headset.

This, that, these, those


near not near
Singular this that

Plural these those


1. Who lives in that house? Those brown shoes belong to peter.
2. I like this car. This pen is blanck.
3. These pants are new. Put on this headset and listen to the tape.
4. Who lives in those barracks. I didn’t see that movie.
5. Thise shoes are big. He bought the shoes at that store.

AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSE


Level I
BOOk 4 LESSON 1
Summary

Do you liketo play saccer? No. I like to watch soccer games on TV.Did you watch the game on TV yesterday? Yes, I did. It
was a good game.
F. We watched television las night. John didn’t study his lesson yesterday.
Did John play football last Saturday.Yes, he played football last Saturday. Yes, he did.
V.
clean a curata; inocent; curat; citet clean up
clean out a goli; a curata cook\cooked a gati(mancare); bucatar; bucatareasa
did facut(tr.de la 'to do') diden’t
end\ended capat; sfarsit live\lived a duce(o viata); viu; a trai; a locui
play\plaed a se juca; piesa de teatru; joc again iar; din nou
all tot/orice downtown in cartierul comercial; in centrul orasului
long indelungat; lung(spatial) start\started a tresari; tresarire; start; a porni
visit\visited a vizita/inspecta; vizita; inspectie ball bila; glob; minge
baseball baseball basketball baschet
city oras Dallas
football game joc
Huston New York
Restaurant restaurant San Antonio
Show a indica; a arata Soccer fotbal
sport tennis
town urban; oras visit a vizita/inspecta; vizita; inspectie
like\liked a-i fi drag; a-i placea; asemanator; preferinte; gusturi(pl); similar; a dori

The boys play football in the afternoon.


Betty and john play tennis on Sunday.Dan and Ron play soccer after scool.
The boys play basketball every day. Joe plays baseball the weekend.
The children like to play with a ball.
Kate and Sue like to play to football games. Mr. and Mrs. Adams like to watch games on television.

I live in the city.


My friend George doesn’t live in y=the city. He lives in a small town.
They have a good food in that restaurant.
The cook in that restaurant cooks good food.
The tall buildings are downtown. Mary likes the visit downtown.
My English class startes at 7:30 a.m. We start to study new words at 8:00 a.m.

Hi, Robert. Do you like soccer? Yes, I do. We have a soccer game this afternoon.
I want to see it. What time? At a six. All right. See you a six. Okay.

Do you like baseball? Yes, I do. Do you play? Sometimes.


He play baseball on the weekends.When do you play Saturday morning. Do you want to play?
All right.

Tom didn’t clean his room last Saturday. Linda did not cook dinner last night.
George didn’t play basketball yesterday. They did not like Chicago.
He didn’t shave this morning.
Simple past semple
We walk to class every yesterday. We walked to class yesterday.
He walks to class every day. He walked to class yesterday.
Verb + ed = simple past

Play + ed = played walk + ed = walked close + d = closed study + ed = studyed

Negative simple past tense


Jack played baseball yesterday. He didn’t play tennis. He did not play soccer.
Tom didn’t clean his room last Saturday. Linda did not cook dinner last night.
George didn't play basketball yesterday. They did not like Chicago.
He didn’t shave this morning.
Simple past questions and answers
The show started at 8:00.Did the show start at 8:00. Yes, it did. Yes, the show started at 8:00
No, it didn’t. No, the show didn’t start at 8:00.
AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSE
Level I
BOOk 4 LESSON 2
Summary

F. Where did you go yesterday? I went to the BX. What did you buy?
Cigarettes and razor.
G. begin\ began
bring\ brought
buy \bought choose\chose come\came do\did drink\drank drive\drove eat\ate fly\flew get up\got
up
go\ went have\had hear\heard know\knew leave\left put\put read\read day\said
see saw sit\sat sleep\slept speak\spoke stand\stood swim\swam take\took write\wrote
Who brought this book? What time did you go? When did you bring the book? How many books did he buy?
V.
begin a incepe bring a aduce; a produce
report a raporta; relatare; raport salute a da onorul; a saluta; salut
smoke a fuma; a afuma false gold
naval naval silver argint
true adevarat; real with alaturi de; in grija; cu; privitor la
break recreatie; a rupe; ruptura; a sparge butt muc de tigara; patul pustii; scop; tinta
cap a pune un capac; a acoperi; sapca; boneta captain\Cap capitan
cigarette tigara first lieutenant
colonel\Col general\Gen
I.D. card Indentification indentificare
lieutenant\Lt lieutenant colonel\Lt Col
major\Maj military
name tag name nume; reputatie; a numi; a stabili; a
alege
pack parc; a parca post posta; a trimite prin posta; situatie
second al doilea; secunda; clipa razor lama de ras
sergeant\Sgt stripe dunga; tresa; soi; fel
uniform It s 2234 hours
On time
Take a break
Miltary men and women work on base and posts. Airmen live and work on this Air Force base.
Sailors live and work on a naval base. Soldiers live and work on an Army post.
He buys pack of cigarettes every week. He smokes a pack of cigarettes a week.
Put your cigarette in the butt can.
A. It’s breack time. I’m going to the snack bar. Do you want to come with me?
Z. No, thanks. I’m not hungry. I want tosmoke a cigarette.
A.The butt can is here.
Z. Thanks. Oh, no! I didn.t bring my cigarettes.
A.They are cigarettes at the snack bar.
Z.Bring me a pack of Puff cigarettes, please.
A.Okay. When did you begin to smoke Puffs?
Z.Oh, I started last year.
A. See in a minute.
What rank comes before captain? First lieutenant comes before captain.
What rank comes after major? Lieutenant colonel comes after major.

Simple past iregular verbs


We drive to work every day. We drove to work yesterday.
He drieves to works every day. He drove to work yesterday.
Peter swam after class yesterday. He drove to his barracks and took a shower.
He began his homework at 3000 hours last night. He got up and drank a glass of water at 2110.
He sat down and wrote sentences. He knew all the answers to the questions.
He stood up and walked outside. Peter came to my barracks at 2200.
He saw the fruit on the table. He chose a banana and ate table.
He spoke for thirty minutes. He went home at 2333.

Where were you yesterday evening? Oh, did you comme Tomy the room?
Yeah, I went there at 1800 hours. I went to the BX.
Oh, no! I wanted to ask you to go with me. Where?
To the BX. Didn’t you go yesterday?
No, I didn’t. Let’s go today. Okay.

AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSE


Level I
BOOk 4 LESSON 2
Summary

H. Where did you go yesterday? I went to the BX. What did you buy?
Cigarettes and razor.
I. begin\ began
bring\ brought
buy \bought choose\chose come\came do\did drink\drank drive\drove eat\ate fly\flew get up\got
up
go\ went have\had hear\heard know\knew leave\left put\put read\read day\said
see saw sit\sat sleep\slept speak\spoke stand\stood swim\swam take\took write\wrote
Who brought this book? What time did you go? When did you bring the book? How many books did he buy?
V.
begin a incepe bring a aduce; a produce
report a raporta; relatare; raport salute a da onorul; a saluta; salut
smoke a fuma; a afuma false gold
naval naval silver argint
true adevarat; real with alaturi de; in grija; cu; privitor la
break recreatie; a rupe; ruptura; a sparge butt muc de tigara; patul pustii; scop; tinta
cap a pune un capac; a acoperi; sapca; boneta captain\Cap capitan
cigarette tigara first lieutenant
colonel\Col general\Gen
I.D. card Indentification indentificare
lieutenant\Lt lieutenant colonel\Lt Col
major\Maj military
name tag name nume; reputatie; a numi; a stabili; a
alege
pack parc; a parca post posta; a trimite prin posta; situatie
second al doilea; secunda; clipa razor lama de ras
sergeant\Sgt stripe dunga; tresa; soi; fel
uniform It s 2234 hours
On time
Take a break
Miltary men and women work on base and posts. Airmen live and work on this Air Force base.
Sailors live and work on a naval base. Soldiers live and work on an Army post.
He buys pack of cigarettes every week. He smokes a pack of cigarettes a week.
Put your cigarette in the butt can.
B. It’s breack time. I’m going to the snack bar. Do you want to come with me?
Z. No, thanks. I’m not hungry. I want tosmoke a cigarette.
A.The butt can is here.
Z. Thanks. Oh, no! I didn.t bring my cigarettes.
A.They are cigarettes at the snack bar.
Z.Bring me a pack of Puff cigarettes, please.
A.Okay. When did you begin to smoke Puffs?
Z.Oh, I started last year.
A. See in a minute.
What rank comes before captain? First lieutenant comes before captain.
What rank comes after major? Lieutenant colonel comes after major.

Simple past iregular verbs


We drive to work every day. We drove to work yesterday.
He drieves to works every day. He drove to work yesterday.
Peter swam after class yesterday. He drove to his barracks and took a shower.
He began his homework at 3000 hours last night. He got up and drank a glass of water at 2110.
He sat down and wrote sentences. He knew all the answers to the questions.
He stood up and walked outside. Peter came to my barracks at 2200.
He saw the fruit on the table. He chose a banana and ate table.
He spoke for thirty minutes. He went home at 2333.

Where were you yesterday evening? Oh, did you comme Tomy the room?

Yeah, I went there at 1800 hours. I went to the BX.


Oh, no! I wanted to ask you to go with me. Where?
To the BX. Didn’t you go yesterday?
No, I didn’t. Let’s go today. Okay.