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Verb 'to be', numbers, plurals, pronouns

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Verb 'to be', numbers, plurals, pronouns

  1. 1. Speak English ? Yes we can !
  2. 2. NOUNS SINGULAR PLURAL (indefinite number) a book - 3 books (some books) a pen - 5 pens (some pens) a bag - 8 bags (some bags) an apple - 6 apples (some apples) an orange - 4 oranges (some oranges) an umbrella - 2 umbrellas (some umbrellas)
  3. 3.  SPELLING VARIATIONS ! Nouns with final sh, ch, s, x, o, y a dish - dishes (+ es) a church - churches (+ es) a kiss - kisses (+ es) a box - boxes (+ es) a potato - potatoes ** (+ es) a baby - babies ( y → ies) ** abbreviated words are regular : a piano - pianos, a radio – radios, a photo - photos, a stereo - stereos
  4. 4. Where’s London ? (is) It’s in England. (It is) Where’s Mottola ? It’s in Italy.
  5. 5. A : Nice to meet you. B : Nice to meet you, too.
  6. 6. What’s your name ? What’s hishis name ? What’s her name ? PLURAL What are your names ? What are their names ?
  7. 7.  Where are you from ?  I’m from Italy.
  8. 8. 1 11 21 2 12 22 3 13 23 4 14 24 5 15 25 6 16 26 7 17 27 8 18 28 9 19 29 10 20 30
  9. 9.  13 thirteen 30 thirty  14 fourteen 40 forty  15 fifteen 50 fifty  16 sixteen 60 sixty  17 seventeen 70 seventy  18 eighteen 80 eighty  19 nineteen 90 ninety  100 a hundred / one hundred  101 a hundred and one / one hundred and one
  10. 10.  THE VERB “TO BE” Contracted form  I am - I’m from Italy  You are - You’re from Italy  He is - He’s from Italy  She is - She’s from Italy  It is - It’s made in Italy  We are - We’re from Italy  You are - You’re from Italy  They are - They’re from Italy
  11. 11.  Hello John ! How are you ?  I’m very well thank you. And how are you ?  Oh, I’m not too bad thanks.
  12. 12.  A : How are you ?  B : I’m very well thank you.   B : I’m fine thanks.   B : I’m ok thanks.   B : I’m not too bad, thanks.   B : I’m not bad, thanks.   B : I’m so so.   B: I’m not very well !   B : I’m not too well ! 
  13. 13.  Subject pronoun Possessive adjective  I My  You Your  He His  She Her  It Its  We Our  You Your  They Their
  14. 14.  Country Nationality  Italy Italian  England English  France French  Spain Spanish  Germany German  Russia Russian  The United States American  Canada Canadian  South Africa South African  China Chinese  Japan Japanese  Australia Australian  Argentina Argentinian
  15. 15.  Brazil Brazilian  India Indian  Egypt Egyptian  Hungary Hungarian  Scotland Scottish  Ireland Irish  Sweden Swedish  Denmark Danish  Portugal Portuguese  Poland Polish  Turkey Turkish  Switzerland Swiss  Holland Dutch  Greece Greek

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