Crib Note Level 2 - TNF

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Crib Note:

Crib Note Top Notch Fundamentals Level 2

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Clothes - Talk about money, especially with regard to shopping. - Introduces How much...? with demonstratives this/that/these/those and the pronouns one/ones. 1- How much does it cost? It costs $30. 2- How much is it? It is $45. 3- How much is this necklace? This one? 4- How much are these earrings? Which ones? 5- How much is That? That one? 6- How much are those earrings? Which ones? - What are you wearing? Writing a personal description?. Simple Present To Be To Want To Have To Need I am Want Have Need You are He She is Wants Has Needs It We You are Want Have Need They UNIT 6

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UNIT 6 All about you - Introduces the topics of sports, exercise, fitness routines, and leisure activities. - Presents adverbs of frequency, questions with how, and short answers. Simple Present To Be To Go To Have To Do I am Go Have Do You are He She is Goes Has Does It We You are Go Have Do They The adverbs of frequency Definite: they go at the end of the sentence. Indefinite: They always go before the verbs. Exception: They go after the verb to be 1. An Activity + ing --> GO. 2. Team sport --> PLAY. 3. Individual activity --> DO. Stative Verbs (not ing) Have Love Like Know want

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UNIT 7 Home sweet home - Introduces expressions for talking about homes and furniture. - Introduces short answers to yes/no questions, how many questions, there is/there are statements and some/any. Simple Present To Do I am Do You are He She is Does It We You are Do They How many rooms are there? There are 5 rooms. Does the apartment have a view? Yes, it does. No, it doesn’t. Yes, It has a view. No, it doesn’t have a view. Yes, it does. It has a view. No, it doesn’t. It has a building next to it. There is Hay There are - Is there any TV in the classroom? No, there isn´t any tv in the classroom. Are there any Chairs in the classroom? Yes, there are some chairs… talking about looking for wait for looking at live with talking to Verb + preposition The Rule Add ¨s¨ or ¨es¨ to the verbs in 3rd. Third person singular ( ch,sh , x,s )

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Time - Introduces the topics of places, weekend activities, and daily routines. - Presents simple present statements and questoins with regular and irregular verbs. On >> over something In >> general - inside At >> specific Simple Present To Be To Go To Have To Do I am Go Have Do You are He She is Goes Has Does It We You are Go Have Do They In the morning In the afternoon In the evening At noon At midnight At night On Monday,,, On weekend On weekdays Information question or WH-questions Who Whom What Whose Where Why When How Which UNIT 8 Do Does Go Goes EXCEPTIONS Have has Add , in 3rd person singular, “s ” to all verbs or “es” to the verbs ending in ( x,sh,ch,s )

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Activities and Interests - Talking about time and daily activities, including the question "What time is it?". - Introduces present continuous wh-questions, including what + doing questions, and the conjunction "so". 1. cvc + c + ing 2. Ends “e “ drop “ e “ add “ ing “ 3. Exception ( x, w,y) + c + ing 4. 2 s y llable Verb TO BE + ing I am You are He She is Studying It We You are They Getting Running Shopping Swimming Jogging Stopping Danceing Loveing Liveing Closeing Writeing driveing Admitting Whispering Listening Drying Studying Crying Fixing Mixing Drawing Sewing Playing Staying 1- What time is it? It is eight o’clock. 2- What are you doing? I am studying. To Be I’m You’re He’s She’s It’s We’re You’re They’re UNIT 9

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Express Yourself! It introduces objects pronouns , Possessive Adjective , Possessive Pronoun Introduces present continuous . Asking how someone is . How is it going ? How’re you doing ? I You We They Go Have Do He She It Goes Has Does Subject Object Possessive Pronoun Adjective I me You you He him She her It it We us You you They them Are you going to the movies tonight? Yes, I am. I am going to the movies. No, I am not. I am visiting my aunt. 1. cvc + c + ing 2. Ends “e “ drop “ e “ add “ ing “ 3. Exception ( x, w,y) 4. 2 s y llable Getting Running Shopping Swimming Jogging Danceing Taking Writeing Driving Comeing Riding Liveing Making Giveing Closing Admitting Whispering Listening Drying Studying Crying Fixing Mixing Drawing Sewing Playing Staying UNIT 9 My xxxxx Your xxxxx His xxxxx Her xxxxx Its xxxxx Our xxxxx Your xxxxx Their xxxxx Possessive Pronoun Mime Yours His Hers Its Ours Yours Theirs

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Vacation! - Introduces subject pronouns, object pronoun, possessive pronoun, possessive adjectives, and affirmative statements and contractions with the verb to be. Possessive Adjective My Your His Her Its Our Your Their Subject Pronoun I You He She It We You They Singular Plural Possessive Pronoun Mine Yours His Hers Its Ours Yours Theirs Object Pronoun me you him her it us you them UNIT 9

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Foods and Eating habits - Introduces the topics of places, parties, food, and daily routines. - Presents simple present statements and questoins with regular and irregular verbs. Simple Present To Be To Go To Have To Do I am Go Have Do You are He She is Goes Has Does It We You are Go Have Do They Does he like Chinese Food? 1 Yes, he does. No, he doesn’t. 2 Yes, he likes Chinese Food. No, he doesn’t like Chinese Food. 3 Yes, he does. He likes Chinese Food. No, he doesn’t. He likes Mexican Food. 1 Short answer 2 Long answer 3 Complete answer UNIT 10 Do Does Go Goes EXCEPTIONS Have has Add , in 3rd person singular, “s ” to all verbs or “es” to the verbs ending in ( x,sh,ch,s )

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UNIT 10 What Do you need? - Introduces language used to talk about places. - Presents several grammar points: there is/there are, prepositions for describing locations. and countable uncountable nouns with how much and how many. Preposition of place On In In front of In back of Behind Under Next to Near Close Far Between Across from On the corner of Quantifiers Some Any A lot of A little Much A few Many Count and non-count Uncountable or non-count Countable or count Statements Affirmative Negatives and questions Singular Use a or an Plural Use s or es There is Hay There are Are There….? Yes, There are. Is There….? Yes, There is.

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