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MODULE 5: BASIC THREE


LESSON 13: POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS

LESSON 14: VERB TO HAVE

LESSON 15: THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE


  • DICAS PARA UM MELHOR DESENVOLVIMENTO.




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PRACTICE NOW!

CONVERSATION 1

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INSTALE A APPLE itune EM SEU COMPUTADOR!

This is a basic introduction between two people. You will hear it three times: first at a regular speed, then at a slower speed, then at the regular speed again.

Robert: Hi, I'm Robert Chartrand.


Bill: Hi. I'm Bill Pellowe. Nice to meet you.
Robert: Nice to meet you, too. What do you do?
Bill: I'm a university teacher. How about you?
Robert: Me too! What university do you teach at?
Bill: I teach at Kinki University. And you?

Robert: Oh, I teach at Kurume University.




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CONVERSATION 2

Bill: Hi Robert! What's up?
Robert: I'm going to the U.S. next week.
Bill: Oh, really? I didn't know that. Where are you going?
Robert: I'm going to Tampa.
Bill: Where's that?
Robert: In Florida.
Bill: What are you going to do there?
Robert: I'm going to visit my family. My grandmother lives there.
Bill: That sounds nice. When are you leaving?
Robert: On Saturday March 11th.
Bill: How long are you staying?
Robert: A couple of weeks.

Let's practice!

Where are you going?
To Rock Island.
Where's that?
In Illinois.
When are you leaving?
On Monday February 2nd.
How long are you staying?
For a month.

Where are you going?


To Abbotsford.
Where's that?
In British Columbia, Canada.
When are you leaving?
On Thursday November 1st.
How long are you staying?
For four years.

Your turn... You answer...


Where are you going?
Where's that?
When are you leaving?
How long are you staying there?


CONVERSATION 3
Bill: Robert, I have some tickets to the Hawks game. Do you want to go?
Robert: Not really, Bill. I don't like baseball.
Bill: Oh, do you like sports?
Robert: Yes, of course.
Bill: What kind of sports do you like?
Robert: I like soccer.
Bill: Well, that's the world's most popular sport.

Let's practice!

A: What kind of sports do you like?

B: I like soccer.

A: What kind of Japanese food do you like?

B: I like sushi.

A: What kind of books do you like?


B: I like Harry Potter.

A: What kind of movies do you like?


B: I like action movies.

A: What kind of cars do you like?


B: I like sports cars.

A: What kind of computers do you like?


B: I like Apple computers.


CONVERSATION 4

Robert: Good morning, Bill. How are you today?
Bill: Good morning, Robert. I'm all right. How are you?
Robert: Pretty good. Did you have a nice weekend?
Bill: Not bad. I went to the movies on Saturday night.
Robert: Oh yeah? What did you see?
Bill: I saw the new Harry Potter movie.
Robert: Did you like it?
Bill: Yes, it was excellent!

Practice!


A: I went to the movies.
B: Oh yeah? What did you see?

A: I went to a new restaurant.


B: Oh yeah? What did you eat?

A: I went shopping.


B: Oh yeah? What did you buy?

A: I went for a drive.


B: Oh yeah? Where did you go?


CONVERSATION 5
INSTALE O SEU SHARED TALK SUA REDE DE INTERCÂMBIO LINGUÍSTICO GRATUITO!

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You'll hear this basic conversation two times. First, at a normal speed, then at a slower speed. After that, practice asking questions.

Conversation



Robert: I talked to someone interesting yesterday.
Bill: Who did you talk to?
Robert: I can't remember his name, but I was sitting on the train...
Bill: Yeah...
Robert: ...and this young man started talking to me.
Bill: What did he say?
Robert: He said that he was from Thailand and he was studying here in Japan.
Bill: You mean he was a university student.

Robert: No, he was a high school student. He had a uniform on.

Bill: I see, so what did you talk about?
Robert: Well, he said that he enjoyed living in Japan, but he did not have much chance to speak in English.
Bill: How was his English?
Robert: Pretty good. So, he asked me if we could chat while sitting on the train.
Bill: That's interesting. It's not everyday that you meet a Thai student in Japan.
Robert: That's right.



Let's Practice!
I saw someone interesting last week.
Who did you see?
I went somewhere fun last month.
Where did you go?
I ate something strange. I don't feel so good.
When did you eat it?
I read an interesting book.
What did you read?
I have to go to England next week.
Why do you have to go there?

LESSON 13: POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS

GRAMMAR IN FOCUS

Pronomes Possessivos: My, yours, hers, etc.


Pronomes possessivos evitam a repetição de um substantivo

Ex. That car is mine!

Concordam com o possuidor e não com o objeto possuído

Ex. She has a dog! Her dog is Black.
Nunca se usam com o artigo


Ex. My dog = o meu cachorro; mine = o meu.

Os possessive pronouns vêm no lugar dos substantivos.


Os possessive adjectives precedem os substantivos

Ex. But my dog is white. Mine is white.


Possuidor

Possessive Adjectives

Possessive Pronouns

I


 my car s) 

mine

You

your ticket (s)

yours

He

his pen (s)

his

She

her book (s)

hers

It

its name (s)

----

We

our friend (s)

ours

You

your pencil (s)

yours

They

their cat (s)

theirs


EXERCISE IN FOCUS

Do it yourself



  1. Complete the sentences below with a possessive pronoun:




    1. My birthday is July. When is ________________, David?

    2. This house belongs to Jim and Jane. It’s _____________

    3. Kelly has two medals. They’re______________________

    4. Those Keys belong to Fred. They’re _________________

    5. This is our language. It’s __________________________




  1. Rewrite the sentences below according to the pattern


    1. One of her friends is here. / A friend of hers is here.


    2. Mrs. Robinson is one of his colleagues.

    3. One of your mates is looking for you.

    4. Robert was one of my classmates.

    5. Julia will be one of their workmates.




  1. Choose the correct alternative:




    1. Housewives are going to order (their, theirs) goods trough a computer.

    2. Tom types (his, hers) letters but we don’t type (our, ours).

    3. Karen and Susan are waiting for (their, theirs) boyfriends.

    4. I Know (my, mine) family very well.

    5. (You, yours) is an excellent car.

    6. She always shouts at (her, hers) children.

    7. Children ask (their, theirs) parents difficult questions

    8. We are thinking about (our, ours) next test. Are you thinking about (your, yours)?

    9. There are three magazines here. The first is (my, mine), the second is (her, hers) and the third is (their, theirs).

    10. Give him (your, yours) address.



  1. Fill in the blanks with the correct possessive adjectives:




    1. I write in ________ my book.

    2. You see with ________ eyes.

    3. He speaks with ______ voice.

    4. Peter studies _______ lessons.

    5. She reads ______ book.

    6. The garden has _________ flowers.

    7. We have English lessons.

    8. They have ______ friends.

    9. John and Mary go to _______ home.

    10. Mary sees _______ cats in the yard.



  1. Make these plural:




    1. I have my car. / We have our cars.

    2. She has her new dress.

    3. Your friend is nice

    4. He has his new car.

    5. My friend is a girl

    6. Your car is old

    7. Your friend is a good student

    8. My father is a gentleman

    9. My brother is a soldier

    10. Its door is closed.

    11. This is my new car.


SUPPLEMENT

THE FAMILY
Membros da Família - Members of the Family

Nesta seção, estudaremos o nome dos membros da família em Inglês. Em cada frase abaixo consta um ou mais nomes dos membros da família. 

My great-great-grandfather and my great-great-grandmother were born in the ending of the 19th Century and died in the middle of the 20th Century.

(Meu tataravô e minha tataravó nasceram no final do século 19 e morreram no meio do século 20.)

My great-grandmother and my grandmother always came to visit me when I was a child.

(Minha bisavó e minha avó sempre vinham me visitar quando eu era pequena.)



 

I didn't know my great-grandfather, he had already died when I was born.

(Não conheci meu bisavô, ele já havia falecido quando eu nasci.)

My grandfather always reads some stories to me. (Meu avô sempre lê histórias pra mim.)




 

My grandparents live near to my home.

(Meus avós moram perto da minha casa.)

They like to spoil their grandchildren.

(Eles gostam de mimar os netos.)

 

I love when my parents watch television with us!
(Adoro quando meus pais assistem tv conosco!)




My grandson is a lawyer and my granddaughter is a businesswoman. (Meu neto é advogado e minha neta é empresária.)
DRILL


  1. Complete the sentences below:




    1. The father of my mother is my______________________.

    2. Your mother’s brother is your______________________.

    3. His uncle’s son is his_______________________________.

    4. The daughter’s of my mother’s sister is his ______________.

    5. My brother’s son is my ____________________________.

    6. Her uncle’s wife is her_____________________________.

    7. The husband of your daughter is your _______________.

    8. The mother of your husband is your _________________.

    9. His wife’s sister is his ______________________________.


OS MEMBROS DA FAMÍLIA EM INGLÊS:
http://www.languageguide.org/im/family/eng/

http://www.learn-englishonline.org/Lesson43/Lesson43.htm

http://www.learn-english-online.org/Lesson44/Lesson44.htm

http://www.marshalladulteducation.org/hot_potatoes/
family/family.htm


http://www.juntadeandalucia.es/averroes/ceip_san_tesifon/
recursos/ingles/act_interactivas/cuestionario2/
family_3_1/family_3_1.htm


LESSON 14: VERB TO HAVE

GRAMMAR IN FOCUS
PRESENT TENSE
The verb “to have” implies the meaning of possession.

For example: “I have a job.” “I have a car. “ "I don't have any time."

In this form it does not take the continuous form (for that you have to use the auxiliary verb be).

For example: “I am having a shower.” “Are you having a good time?"

The forms of the verb “to have” are have
and has for the present and had for the past.

Interrogative

Form:

Affirmative

Form:

Negative

Form:

Singular

 

 

Have I?


I have (I've)

I have not (I haven't/I've not)

Has he/she/it?

He/she/it has (He/she/it 's)

He/she/it has not (He/she/it hasn't)

Have you?

You have (You've)

You have not (You haven't/You've not)

Had I / he / she / it / you?

I / He / She / It / You had (I'd / He'd / She'd / You'd)

I / He / She / It / You had not

(I / He / She / It / You hadn't)

Plural

 

 

Have we / you / they?

We / You / They have (We've)

We / You / They have not (We / You / They haven't // We've / You've not)

Have you?

You have (You've)

You have not (You haven't/You've not)

Have they?

They have (They've)

They have not (They haven't/They've not)


Had I / he / she / it / you?

I / He / She / It / You had (I'd / He'd / She'd / You'd)

I / He / She / It / You had not (I / He / She / It / You hadn't)

Have is often used to indicate possession (I have) or (I have got).

EXERCISE IN FOCUS

Do it yourself



  1. Choose the correct PRESENT TENSE form of the verb TO HAVE for each sentence:

    1. My sisters all _________ boyfriends.


      have
      has

    2. The teacher ________ a yellow shirt.


      have
      has

    3. My brother ________ a great job.


      has
      have

    4. Does he ________ a dog?


      has
      have

    5. They don't ________ a lot of money.


      have
      has

    6. My cousin and his wife ________ three children.

      has

      have

    7. Does your friend ________ a sister?


      has
      have

    8. Yes, my friend ________ a sister.


      have
      has

    9. My neighbor ________ a mailbox.


      doesn't have
      don't have

    10. They ________ time to play with us.


      doesn't have
      don't have



B. Complete with verb to have:
Sebastian _________ scored five goals this season.

Sebastian has scored five goals this season.

1. Uncle Steve _________ bought a new car.

2. Stephanie _________ to swim on Friday.

3. I __________ to finish my English homework.

4. Jack and Sebastian __________ been engineers for three years now.

5. Stephanie and Sonia _________ eaten already.

6. My car __________ engine problems.

7. You ________ to be careful when driving on the freeway near Ottumwa, Iowa.

8. We _________ to be more responsible for our actions.

9. The soccer team _________ advanced to the championship game.

10. Jack _________ never really understood calculus.

11. My parrot _________ a habit of making noise when he’s afraid.

12. The storm ________ affected the weather in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.

13. I __________ taken the exam for admission to law school.

14. Uncle Jack _________ never visited Saskatchewan before.

15. Stephanie and Sebastian _________ no relatives in New Zealand.

16. You _________ one week to prepare the report for the company presentation.

17. The novel Treasure Island _________ a memorable character, Long John Silver.

18. We will _________ to visit our cousins in Johannesburg and Bloemfontein,

South Africa.

19. The boys _________ been training for a month in Yellowknife, in northern Canada.

20. Sebastian _________ been training for a month in Flin Flon, Manitoba.


Ver: Material de Apoio Power Point Affirmative and Negative form.

http://useit.vn/content/view/2937/373/lang,english/

LESSON 15: THE IMMEDIATE FUTURE

GRAMMAR IN FOCUS
IMMEDIATE FUTURE: GOING TO
AFIRMATIVA:

sujeito

 to be na afirmativa

 going to

verbo principal

 complemento

tradução

I

am

going to

study

English Literature next year.

Eu vou estudar/estudarei Literatura Inglesa no ano que vem.

My classmates (they)

are

going to

give

a party on the weekend.

Meus colegas vão dar/darão uma festa no final de semana.

It

is

going to

rain

in a minute.

Vai chover/choverá em um minuto.


She

is

going to

have

a baby next month.

Ela vai ter/terá um filho no mês que vem.

 



NEGATIVA:

sujeito

 to be na negativa

 going to

verbo principal

 complemento

Tradução

I

am not

going to

have

breakfast this morning. I'm not hungry.

Eu não vou tomar/tomarei café da manhã nesta manhã. Eu não estou com fome.

Jane

is not

going to

stay on

at school after July. She is going to look for a job.

Jane não vai permanecer/permanecerá na escola depois de Julho. Ela vai procurar/procurará um emprego.

You

are not


going to

check

e-mails now.

Vocês não vão checar e-mails agora.

I

am not

going to

sit up

all night listening to your problems!

Eu não vou ficar sentado(a) a noite toda ouvindo seus problemas!

 INTERROGATIVA:

(Question word +) to be no início da oração

  sujeito

 going to

verbo principal

complemento

 Tradução

Are

you

going to

invite

Dr. Gómez to you wedding?

Você vai convidar/convidará o Dr. Gómez para o seu casamento?

What are

you

going to

wear

to the wedding next week?


O que você vai vestir/vestirá no casamento na semana que vem?




Aren' t

we

going to

sing

in the wedding?

Não não vamos cantar no casamento?

When are

you

going to

 

get

married?

Quando vocês vão se casar?






EXERCISES IN FOCUS

Do it yourself

Write sentences in going to future.


  1. he / get up / early

    1. Positive:

    2. Negative:

    3. Question:

  2. they / do / their best

  1. Positive:

  2. Negative:

  3. Question:


  1. you / learn / Irish

  1. Positive:

  2. Negative:

  3. Question:

  1. she / buy / a computer

  1. Positive:

  2. Negative:

  3. Question:

  1. we / take / the bus

  1. Positive:

  2. Negative:

  3. Question:

  1. she / watch / the match

  1. Positive:

  2. Negative:

  3. Question:

  1. they / wait / in the park

  1. Positive:


  2. Negative:

  3. Question:

  1. He / buy / bread / this afternoon

  1. Positive:

  2. Negative:

  3. Question:




  1. Supply the expression “going to” to these questions using the word tomorrow:




    1. It is raining? It is going to rain tomorrow?

    2. Am I reading?

    3. Is Shirley coming?

    4. Is Ann studying?

    5. Are we writing?

    6. Is Miss Smith leaving?

    7. Is she talking?

    8. Are you working?

    9. Are they leaving?

    10. Is it snowing?




  1. Put the sentences into interrogative form (a) and the negative form (b):




  1. She is going to waste time at the supermarket.

    1. _________________________________

    2. _________________________________




  1. The system is going to be simple.

    1. _________________________________

    2. _________________________________

  2. The messages are going to appear instantly.


    1. _________________________________

    2. _________________________________

  3. Home computers are going to help us.

    1. _________________________________

    2. _________________________________

  4. Talking machines are going to shout at you.

    1. _________________________________

    2. _________________________________


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