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HOMEWOORK

Name

Curse

: Gabriela Gualoto
: 1 BGU D

Activity:

-Make

a summaryof the book

REVIEW OF THE SIMPLE PRESENT :


BE

EXAMPLES :
Afirmative statements
-I play soccer
Negative statements
I do not play soccer
Yes /no questions
-Do I play soccer?
Yes , I am
No, Im not
Imformation questions
-when I play soccer ?
I play soccer every tuesday afternoon

REVIEW OF THE SIMPLE


PRESENT :OTHER VERBS

In

questions with he, she and


it, use does + the base form of
a verb

In

questions with I , you , we and


they , use do + the base form of a
verb

POSSESIVE PRONOUNS

Possessive pronouns include my, mine, our, ours, its, his, her,
hers, their, theirs, your and yours - all words that demonstrate
ownership.
Here are some examples of possessive pronouns used in
sentences:
The kids areyoursandmine.
The house istheirsandits paint is flaking.
The money was reallytheirsfor the taking.
We shall finally have what is rightfullyours.
Their mother gets along well withyours.
What'smineisyours, my friend.
The dog ismine.

COUNT AND NONCOUNT NOUNS

Use a or an before singular count nouns .


Add-s or es-to noncount nouns to make them plural .
With noncount nouns , use a singular verb .

Use the nounpluralending-scorrectly

Use the appropriate type ofarticle: definite (the) or


indefinite (aoran)
Use words that express quantities, such
aslittle,much.

IMPERATIVES (COMMANDS)

Commands are used when ordering, or telling someone to


do something. This is often referred to as the "imperative"
form of the verb. Spanish has both formal and an informal
commands.

THERE IS / THERE ARE WITH SOME


AND ANY

Use there is with singular count nouns and noncounts nouns .

Use some in affirrmative statements

Use any in negative statements

EXAMPLES :
There are five peoplein the office
There's some milkin the fridge
There's some moneyin my wallet
There's mysister in the photo.
Thereisn't any moneyin my wallet
Therearen't any students" in the classroom
There's thewoman who works in the hospital.

QUESTIONS WITH HOW MUCH AND


HOW MANY

Use how many for questions using count nouns.

Use how much for questions using noncount nouns .

Use a few to talk about quantities of count nouns

Use a little to talk about quantities of noncount

EXAMPLES :

How many apples are there?

9 apples.
How much sugar is there in the cup?
Just two grams.
How many children are in the classroom?
There are 20 students in the clasroom.
How much rice is there?
There is no rice.
How many stars are in the sky?
Millions.
How much bread is there?
Not much.

ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY

ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY

GERUND AFTER VERBS


The gerund has the same form as the
present participle (V-ing)
Like
Love
Hate
(dont)
Mind
Prefer

EXAMPLES :
Do youfeel likegoingout?
Ican't helpfallingin love with you.
Ican't standnotseeingyou.
She isconsideringhavinga holiday.

THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS


FORM
[am/is/are +
present participle]

EXAMPLES :
I'mjustuploadingsome photos to Facebook and
I'm sendinga message to Billie.
We'reallridingcamels and the sun's shining.
They're waitingfor me to get off the phone!
Areyouworkinghard for the exam?
Whatareyoudoing?
Isanybodysittinghere?

THE SIMPLE PRESENT CONTRASTED


WITH THE PRESENT CONTINUOS
1.
2.

Use the simple present to talk about routines and habits


Use the present continuos to talk actions that are halppening rigth now or for
temporary actions

TOO + ADJETIVE

Too comes before the adjectives .

Enough comes after the adjetives .

PRESNT CONTINUOS FOR FUTURE


ARRANGEMENTS
Is this sentence Were studying at home tonigth
the present continuos expresses future meaning
.
Is rhis sentence Were studying at home right
now , the present contnuos expresses present
meaning .

BE GOING TO + VERB TO UTURE PLANS ,


INTENTIONS , AND PREDICTIONS

Be going to is followed by the base form of a verb

Use be going to + verb to talk about plans .

EXAMPLES :
We'regoing tobuy a new car next month.
I'mgoing towork in a bank when I leave school.
In the new year I'mgoing tostop eating so much
junk.
He's notgoing togo to the dance. He's got too much
work.
I'm notgoing towatch TV until my science project
is finished.
Are yougoing toplay basketball after school?
What are yougoing tohave for lunch today?
I'm meetingmy mother at the airport tomorrow.
Our grandparentsare visitingus this Christmas.