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English 1 Contents: ALUNO (a):___________________________________________________ RA: ____________________. DISCIPLINA: Língua Inglesa - Significado e Uso. TURNO: Noturno.

PROEFSSOR: Leandro Rodrigues. TURMA (s): LL2P30/LL3P30. CURSO: Letras – Português/Inglês. • • • • • THE ALPHABET AND SOUNDS VERB TO BE HOW TO SAY HELLO! GREETINGS, NUMBERS AND COLORS SINGING A SONG THE ALPHABET AND SOUNDS A /ei/ B /bi/ C /ci/ D /di/ E /i/ F /éf/ G /dji/ H /êitch/ I /ai/ J /djei/ K /kêi/ L /él/ M /em/ N /ên/ O /ou/ P /phi/ Q /kiú/ R /arh – retroflexo como o “r” caipira/ S /és/ T /ti/ U /yú/ V /vi/ W /dâboiú/ X /éks/ Y /uai/ Z /zhí/ Language in Use John: What’s your name? Mary: My name is Mary Johnson. And what’s your name? John: My name is John Miller. How do you spell your last name? Mary: It is “J – O – H – N – S – O – N. And your last name? John: It is “M-I-L-L-E-R”.

Mary: Ok. Thank you. John: You’re welcome.

A: My last name is Rodrigues. • What is your first name? What is your middle name? What is your last name?

Let’s practice! How do you spell your name? Language Reflection First name: John. Last name: Miller First name: Mary Last name: Johnson What is your name? = What’s your name? Let’s practice! A: What is your first name? B: My first name is Leandro. A: What is your middle name? B: My middle name is Dias Carneiro. A: What is your last name? It is L – E – A – N – D – R – O. It = (my name). How do you spell your last name? It is R – O – D – R – I – G – U – E – S. It = (my last name). Some common names in English: MALE NAMES – Nicknames John - Johnny Joshua – Josh Matthew – Matt Joseph – Joe Patrick – Pat Robert – Bob/Rob

Phillip – Phil Some common names in English FEMALE NAMES – Nicknames Mary – ? Helen – ? Elisabeth – Beth / Lizzy Katherine – Kathy Patricia – Patty Cynthia – Cindy Greetings A: Hi / Hello B: Hello. How are you? A: I’m fine/ok/ not bad. Thank you. A: What's up? (very informal) B: Not much. (Nothing) Language Reflection Greetings A: How are you doing? (very informal) B: Fine. Thanks. Introductions A: It’s nice to meet you! (usual) B: It’s nice to meet you, too! Language Reflection

How to say “hello”. Fred: hello! I’m Fred Watkins. Amanda: Hi, Fred. My name is Amanda Hilton. Fred: It’s nice to meet you, Amanda. Amanda: Nice to meet you, too, Fred.

Language Reflection  Introductions A: Please to meet you! (more or less usual) B: Please to meet you, too! A: I’m glad to meet you! (uncommon) B: I’m glad to meet you, too. Language Reflection  Practice the dialogue with a partner!

Language Reflection Examples: A: What is his name? B: His name is Zacarias.

Other greetings

Language Reflection A: What is her name? B: Her name is Chiquinha.

Language Reflection “I’m Fred Watkins.” = I am Fred Watkins. = My name is Fred Watkins. What is his name? His name is Fred. = Who is he? What is her name? Her name is Amanda. = Who is she? What is your name? My name is Leandro Rodrigues. = Who are you? What are their names? Their names are John and Stuart. = Who are they? Saying good-bye A: See you later, Good-bye, Bye, Bye bye... B: Bye / so long / farewell. Language Reflection Personal Pronous Possessive Adjectives

Language Reflection A: What are their names? B: Their names are Zacarias and Felipe Massa.

I You He

My Your His

She It We You They

Her Its Our Your Their Who is he? He is Che Guevara. Language Reflection

Language Reflection “Who” is a question used for asking about people. “What” is a question used for asking about things and animals. What is your name? My name is Leandro. Who are you? I am Leandro. What is his name? His name is Zacarias. Who is he? He is Zacarias. Language Reflection Who is he? He is Tom Cruise.

Language Reflection Who is she? She is Angelina Jolie.

Language Reflection Who are they?

They are the Simpsons.

Who is ____________________________?

Let’s practice Who is _________________________________? Let’s practice Who is _____________________________?

Let’s practice Who is __________________________________?

Let’s practice Who is _____________________________?

Let’s practice Let’s practice What or Who?___________________________.

It We You They

Is Are

A book Brazilian. (not Brazilians.

Are are

Students policeman

Verb to be Language Reflection Am Are Personal Pronouns Verb to be Complement Are Are Is I You He She Am Are Are Are A teacher A student A student A journalist Are Are are

Personal Pronouns

Complement

I You He She I We You they

A teacher? A student? A student? A journalist? A book? Brazilian? Students? Policeman?

A: Are you a student? B: No, I’m not. I’m a teacher. A: Are they your dogs? Personal Pronouns Verb to be not complem ent Contracte d forms B: No, they aren’t. They are Mary’s dogs.

I You He She It We You they

Am Are Is Is Is Are Are are

Not Not Not Not Not Not Not not

A teacher A student A student A journalist A book A brazilian A studens policeman

I’m not Aren’t Isn’t Isn’t Isn’t Aren’t Aren’t Aren’t A: Who is she? B: She is Dr. Johnson. A: Who is he? B: He is Mr. Wilson. He is my Philosophy teacher. • What is the difference between “Yes and No” questions and “Wh” questions? Asking about age • A: How old are you? Asking and answering questions

Asking and answering questions Examples:

• • • • •

B: I’m 13 years old. A: How old is he? B: He is 11 years old. A: How old is Jennifer? B: She is 25 years old. The milk is white. Some Colors

Her hair is gray.

Language in Use Cindy: Hello, my name is Cindy. I am six years old. My birthday is on May sixteenth. My brother's name is Paul. He is twelve years old. My father's name is George Thomas. My mother's name is JaneThomas. The sea is blue. The orange is orange. The lime is green.

The panther is black. The bear is brown.

The eggplant is purple.

What is your favorite color? _____________________________________ The cheese is yellow.

Singing a song

The strawberry is red.
You say yes, I say no You say stop and I say go, go, go Oh, no

The ice cream is pink.

You say goodbye and I say hello Hello, hello I don't know why you say goodbye I say hello Hello, hello I don't know why you say goodbye I say hello I say high, you say low You say why, and I say I don't know Oh, no You say goodbye and I say hello Hello, hello I don't know why you say goodbye I say hello Hello, hello I don't know why you say goodbye I say hello Why, why, why, why, why, why Do you say good bye

Goodbye, bye, bye, bye, byeOh, no You say goodbye and I say hello Hello, hello I don't know why you say goodbye I say hello Hello, hello I don't know why you say goodbye I say hello hello, hello I don't know why you say goodbye I say hello Hello Hela, heba helloa Hela, heba helloa