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English IV

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UNIT 9 What does he look like? - Introduces ways to describe people's physical appearance and to identify what they are doing and wearing. - Practices questions and statements for describing people and presents modifiers with participle and prepositions. Who What Where Whose Whom Why When Which How Do Does + Subject + verb? Does he/she wear glasses? Yes, he does. No, he doesn't . Yes, he wears glasses. No, he doesn't wear glasses. Yes, he does. He wears glasses. No, he doesn't. He wears contact lenses. 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 Have you ever ridden a camel? - Helps Ss expand their ability to talk about past events and experiences. - Introduces the present perfect with already and yet, along with regular and irregular past participle forms. Regular Cleaned Closed Played Started Worked Watched Vacuumed Shopped Stopped Danced Invited Fixed Admitted Whispered Visited Listened Studied Cried Tried Irregular Run – ran-run Feel – felt-felt Buy – bougth-bought Swim – swam-swum Pay – paid-paid Do – did-done Go – went-gone See – Saw-seen Meet – Met-met Sleep – Slept-slept Drink – Drank-drunk Draw – Drew - Drawn Lie – Lay-Lain (mentir,descansar) Lay – Laid-Laid (SVOC) poner Fly – Flew-Flown Put – Put-Put 1. cvc + c + ed 2. Ends “e “ add “ d “ 3. Exception (w,y,x) 4. 2 s y llable Have you ever been in US.? Yes, I have. No, I haven’t. Yes, I have been in US. No, I haven’t been in US. Yes, I have. I have been in US. No, I haven’t. I have been in Italy. I Have You We They He Has She It

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UNIT 11 It's a very exciting city! 1- What is the weather like? The winter is wet and cold too. It is very nice in the summer though . 2- What is your home town like? It is a pretty nice place. 3- Is is big? No, it’s fairly small, and it has a lot of beautiful building. 4- Is the night live exciting? No, It is really boring after 6:00 pm. Verb TO BE I am I’m You are You’re He He’s She is She’s It It’s We We’re You are You’re They They’re - Practices describing hometowns, cities, and countries. - Presents adverbs, adjectives, and conjunctions. - Introduces the modal verbs can and should to ask for and give suggestions. Singular LEFT Plural RIGHT

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UNIT 12 It really works! - Talking about health problems. 1- What should you do for a cold? It’s important to get a lot of rest. It’s a good idea to take some vitamin C. It’s useful to get some cold medicine. It’s helpful to chop up some garlic and cook it. - Introduces infinitives complements for giving advice. - Presents making requests with modal verbs can, could, and may and giving suggestions. Modal verbs Can, Could, May I You He She Can / Could / May We Should You They

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UNIT 13 May I take your order please? - Practices the language of food, making plans to eat out, and ordering meal in a restaurant. - Presents so, too, neither, and either to express agreement and disagreement. - Introduces would and will for requests. Modal verbs Will/ Would I You He She Will / Would We You They 1- What would you like to eat? I’d like a hamburger. I’ll have a small salad. I don`t like to get up early on Saturday Neither do I I don`t either I will go to Europe next year So will I. I will, too. Yes, I will No, I won`t Yes, I would No, I wouldn`t 2- Would you like to go to the movie? 3- Will you travel to USA this year ? No, I will not

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UNIT 14 The biggest and the best! - Presents language that enable Ss to share their knowledge of world geography. - Reviews comparative adjectives. - Introduces superlatives adj, and practices questions with "HOW". Comparative Superlative Adjectives Large larger The largest Long longer The longest Dry drier The driest Nice nicer The nicest Pretty prettier The prettie st Cheap cheaper The cheapest Big bigger The bigge st Funny funnier The funnie st Busy busier The busie st Easy easier The easie st More expensive Most expensive More beautiful Most beautiful More famous Most famous Comparative Superlative Adjectives Good better The best Bad worse The worst Far farther further The Farthest Little Less The Least Shy Shyer The Shyest 1. cvc + c + “ er “ or “ est “ 2. Ends “e “ add “ r “ or “ st “ 3. Ends “y “ add “ie r “ or “ie st “

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UNIT 15 I am going to see a musical. - Introduces the future with the present continuous and be going to. - Presents the use of tell and ask to leave messages with statements and requests. IN -  Inside of something / General AT - to be specific (hour, place) ON - over something (floor, ve,st,days) Are you going to go the movies tonight? Yes, I am. I am going to go the movies. No, I am not. I´m going to visit 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 Subject Object Possessive Pronoun Adjective I 1 me You 2 you He him She 3 her It it We 1 us You 2 you They 3 them 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 SINGULAR PLURAL

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UNIT 16 A change for the better! - Practices using the present tense, past tense, present perfect, and comparative forms to describe changes in a person's life. - Introduces various verbs + infinitive, used to talk about future plans. Simple Present Past Present To Be To Do Perfect I am Do did have done You are He She is Does did has done It We You are Do did have done They What do you do? I teach english. What did you do? I studied to be an engineer. What have you done? I have tought english since 1999.

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