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Engleski jezik III stepen

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Unit 2 Get Happy

Name five things that make you


happy and tell us the reason
Ex. Friends, Family, good marks...
Make me happy

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Look at the following items and mark them with 1 if they are very
important or 5 if they are not so important

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What do you think is the happiest


period in a persons life? Are the
things that make someone happy the
same in each period of their life?

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Ex: What things make a child happy?
Toys, sweets, brothers and sisters,
parents

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What makes teenagers and young


people happy?

Friends, family, no money worries,


good grades, travelling...

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What makes middle aged people
happy?
Children, health, no money worries,
good job, happy marriage, good
house/flat...

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What makes old people happy?
Grandchildren, health, pension,
travelling...

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This is Mr Sidney Fisk. He is 45. What can you tell us about him from the
photos?

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He has a beautiful, big house


He drives a good car
He has a good job
He is an intellectual (he is wearing a
suit and a briefcase)
He probably has a lot of money
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Lawyer a person who gives legal advice,
represents individuals and companies at
court, defends clients at court
Marital status: -single
- married
- separated
- divorced
- widowed
Suburb a part of the city
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Key:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

6.
7.

8.

Is he married? Yes, he is
What does he do? He is a lawyer.
Where does he live? He lives in Dallas.
Has he got any children? Yes, he has two children.
What does his wife do? His wife is an interior
designer.
Which sports does he play? He sometimes plays
golf.
Where is he working at the moment? He is working in
Mexico.

Is he paid well? Yes, he is paid very well

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Present Simple Tense


Obino Sadanje Vreme
This is called a time line
Past

Present

Future

Present Simple describes a repeated or habitual


action

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Present Simple Tense


It also describes:
1.
Permanent states
- He lives in Madrid
2. General truths (theories from physics, astronomy... Which we accept but
cannot see)
- The Earth moves around the Sun.
3. Scientific facts
- Water boils at 100 degrees.
4. Subjects characteristics
- Mike loves apples.
5. In newspapers headlines to raise tension
- The Prisoner Escapes from Prison
6. In plays to describe what the actors should do
- Romeo stands under the balcony
7. Fixed timetable
- The train leaves at 7.00 am tomorrow

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How do we form this tense?


S + Vinf (subject + Verb infinitive)
If the subject is the third person
singular (he, she, it), we add s
to the verb: S + V-s/-es
The boys play football every day.
Paul plays football every day.

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Interrogative form

DO + S + Vinf
DOES + S + Vinf

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Negative form

S + DO NOT (DONT) +
Vinf
S + DOES NOT (DOESNT) +
Vinf
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Adverbial phrases of time


Every...
Always
Usually
Often
Sometimes
Rarely /seldom
Never
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The Present Continuous Tense


(Trajno Sadanje Vreme)
Past

present

future

It describes an action which takes part at


the moment of speaking (now)

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The Present Continuous


Tense
It also describes:
1. A process
- I am studying economics
2. Temporary states
- Today I am going to work by bus.
3. Fixed arrangements for the future
- Paul is buying a car today.
4. With adverb ALWAYS when we are irritated with
the subjects behaviour
- Tom is always making the same mistakes!!!!!
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How do we form it?


S + TO BE (AM/IS/ARE) + V-ing

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Interrogative form
We make interrogative form with
INVERSION

TO BE + S + V-ing
Mary is sleeping.
Is Mary sleeping?
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Negative form

S + TO BE + NOT + V-ing
Mary is not sleeping.

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Adverbial phrases of time


NOW
AT THIS MOMENT
LOOK!
LISTEN!
TODAY
TONIGHT
THIS...
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It describes an action which takes


part at the moment of speaking
(now)

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