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    CONTENTS 5 -1 Using it to talk about time 5 -2 Prepositions CONTENTS 5 -1 Using it to talk about time 5 -2 Prepositions of time 5 -3 Using it to talk about the weather 5 -4 There + be 5 -5 There + be: yes/no questions 5 -6 There + be: asking questions with how many 5 -7 Prepositions of place 5 -8 Some prepositions of place: a list 5 -9 Need and want + a noun or an infinitive 5 -10 Would like 5 -11 Would like vs. like

3 What day is it?  USING IT TO TALK ABOUT TIME 3 What day is it? USING IT TO TALK ABOUT TIM

4 It’s Friday. It’s October. It’s 2015.  It’s June 8. It’s the 8 th of4 It’s Friday. It’s October. It’s 2015. It’s June 8. It’s the 8 th of June. (a) What day is it? (b) What month is it? (c) What year is it? (d) What’s the date today? QUESTION ANSWER USING IT TO TALK ABOUT TIM

55. 00 It’s 5: 00. It’s five o’clock. It’s five (o’clock) P. M. (e) What time55. 00 It’s 5: 00. It’s five o’clock. It’s five (o’clock) P. M. (e) What time is it? QUESTION ANSWER American English 5: 00 British English USING IT TO TALK ABOUT TIM

7(a) What day is it? (b) What month is it? (c) What year is it? (d)7(a) What day is it? (b) What month is it? (c) What year is it? (d) What’s the date today? Let’s Practice (click in boxes and type)

8 What day is it? It’s Sunday_______. Let’s Practice 8 What day is it? It’s Sunday_______. Let’s Practice

9 It’s Tuesday. What day  is it_______? Let’s Practice 9 It’s Tuesday. What day is it_______? Let’s Practice

10 November   Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat  1 2 3 410 November Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 What day is it It’s November 29 th. _______? Let’s Practice

111: 30 What time is it _______? Let’s Practice 111: 30 What time is it _______? Let’s Practice

12 What’s the date today May  2012   Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri12 What’s the date today May 2012 Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 The 3 rd of May, 2012. _____? Let’s Practice

13 We eat breakfast in the morning.  PREPOSITIONS OF TIME 13 We eat breakfast in the morning. PREPOSITIONS OF TIM

14(a) We get up at 5: 00 A. M. (b) We exercise at 2: 00 P.14(a) We get up at 5: 00 A. M. (b) We exercise at 2: 00 P. M. at + specific timeat PREPOSITIONS OF TIM

15 at + nightat (c) I get home at night. PREPOSITIONS OF TIME 15 at + nightat (c) I get home at night. PREPOSITIONS OF TIM

16 in + the morning(d) School starts in September. (e) She went to Florida in 2005.16 in + the morning(d) School starts in September. (e) She went to Florida in 2005. (f) I take a walk in the morning. in + monthin in + year. PREPOSITIONS OF TIM

17(i) She goes shopping on  Tuesday. (j) The twins were born on  March 3,17(i) She goes shopping on Tuesday. (j) The twins were born on March 3, 2005. on + specific dayon on + specific date PREPOSITIONS OF TIM

18(k) I work from 9: 00 to 5: 00. From. . . to from (a time)18(k) I work from 9: 00 to 5: 00. From. . . to from (a time) to (a time)PREPOSITIONS OF TIM

19 The baby was born __ 2: 00 A. M. The baby was born __ July.19 The baby was born __ 2: 00 A. M. The baby was born __ July. The baby was born __ Monday. onat in on from. . . to in at. Let’s Practice

20 I work ____ 8: 30 A. M.    __ 4: 30 P. M.20 I work ____ 8: 30 A. M. __ 4: 30 P. M. from toat in on from. . . to. Let’s Practice

21 I teach a class __ 8: 30 A. M.  __ Monday. at onat 21 I teach a class __ 8: 30 A. M. __ Monday. at onat in on from. . . to. Let’s Practice

22 He swims __ the afternoon. inat  in  on  from. . . to.22 He swims __ the afternoon. inat in on from. . . to. Let’s Practice

23 It’s a beautiful day at the beach.  USING IT TO TALK ABOUT THE WEATHER23 It’s a beautiful day at the beach. USING IT TO TALK ABOUT THE WEATHER

24(a) It’s hot today. (b) It’s a nice day. (c) It’s is cold and rainy today.24(a) It’s hot today. (b) It’s a nice day. (c) It’s is cold and rainy today. USING IT TO TALK ABOUT THE WEATHER it for weather

25(d) What’s the weather like in Cairo? (e) How’s the weather  in Cairo?  USING25(d) What’s the weather like in Cairo? (e) How’s the weather in Cairo? USING IT TO TALK ABOUT THE WEATHER same meaning

26________What’s the weather like in Aman? It’s sunny and hot. warm and rainy sunny and hot26________What’s the weather like in Aman? It’s sunny and hot. warm and rainy sunny and hot sunny and cool cloudy and cool. Aman, Jordan sun 104 F , 40 C Mexico City, Mexico rain 64 F , 18 C Perth, Australia clouds 47 F , 8 Co o Let’s Practice

27_________How’s the weather in Mexico City? It’s warm and rainy sunny and hot sunny and cool27_________How’s the weather in Mexico City? It’s warm and rainy sunny and hot sunny and cool cloudy and cool. Aman, Jordan sun 104 F , 40 C Mexico City, Mexico rain 64 F , 18 C Perth, Australia clouds 47 F , 8 Co o Let’s Practice

28_________What’s the weather like in Perth? It’s cloudy and cool. warm and rainy sunny and hot28_________What’s the weather like in Perth? It’s cloudy and cool. warm and rainy sunny and hot sunny and cool cloudy and cool. Aman, Jordan sun 104 F , 40 C Mexico City, Mexico rain 64 F , 18 C Perth, Australia clouds 47 F , 8 Co o Let’s Practice

29 There is a girl on the horse.  THERE + BE 29 There is a girl on the horse. THERE +

30(a) There  is  a girl   on the horse. (b) There  are30(a) There is a girl on the horse. (b) There are two boys on the swing. THERE + BE + SUBJECT + PLACE THERE +

31(a) There  is  a girl  on the horse. (b) There are  two31(a) There is a girl on the horse. (b) There are two boys on the swing. THERE + BE there + be THERE + BE + SUBJECT + PLACE exists in a place be in front of subject there + is + singular noun there + are + plural noun

32(c) There ’ s  a girl on the horse. (d) There ’ re  two32(c) There ’ s a girl on the horse. (d) There ’ re two boys on the swing. THERE + BE there arethere is. CONTRACTIONS: there ’s there ’re

33 There __ a house in this picture. is is  are  yes  no33 There __ a house in this picture. is is are yes no ? Let’s Practice

34 There ___ three elephants in this picture. are yes  no ? is  are34 There ___ three elephants in this picture. are yes no ? is are Let’s Practice

35 yes  no. There__ three bugs in this picture. ’ re ? ’ s 35 yes no. There__ three bugs in this picture. ’ re ? ’ s ’ re Let’s Practice

36 There__ a girl __ the horse. ’ s yes  noon ? ’ s 36 There__ a girl __ the horse. ’ s yes noon ? ’ s ’ re is on. Let’s Practice

37 There__ a man __ the car. ’ s yes  noin ? at  in’37 There__ a man __ the car. ’ s yes noin ? at in’ s ’ re Let’s Practice

38 Is there any ice in the glass?  THERE + BE:  YES/NO QUESTIONS 38 Is there any ice in the glass? THERE + BE: YES/NO QUESTIONS

39 QUESTION     (a) Is  there  any ice in the glass?39 QUESTION (a) Is there any ice in the glass? BE + THERE + SUBJECTTHERE + BE: YES/NO QUESTIONS

40 QUESTION   SHORT ANSWER  (a) Is  there  any ice  in40 QUESTION SHORT ANSWER (a) Is there any ice in the glass? BE + THERE + SUBJECTTHERE + BE: YES/NO QUESTIONS Yes, there is.

41 QUESTION     (b) Are there  any apples  in the bag?41 QUESTION (b) Are there any apples in the bag? BE + THERE + SUBJECT THERE + BE: YES/NO QUESTIONS

42 QUESTION    SHORT ANSWER  (b) Are there  any apples  in42 QUESTION SHORT ANSWER (b) Are there any apples in the bag? BE + THERE + SUBJECTTHERE + BE: YES/NO QUESTIONS No, there aren’t.

43 Are there any people in this picture? Yes, there are. Yes, there is. No, there43 Are there any people in this picture? Yes, there are. Yes, there is. No, there aren’t. No, there isn’t. Let’s Practice

44 Are there any people in this picture? Yes, there are. Yes, there is. No, there44 Are there any people in this picture? Yes, there are. Yes, there is. No, there aren’t. No, there isn’t. Let’s Practice

45 Is there a school in this picture? Yes, there are. Yes, there is. No, there45 Is there a school in this picture? Yes, there are. Yes, there is. No, there aren’t. No, there isn’t. Let’s Practice

46 Is there a window in this picture? Yes, there are. Yes, there is. No, there46 Is there a window in this picture? Yes, there are. Yes, there is. No, there aren’t. No, there isn’t. Let’s Practice

47 How many chapters are there in this book?  THERE + BE:  ASKING QUESTIONS47 How many chapters are there in this book? THERE + BE: ASKING QUESTIONS WITH HOW MANY

48 QUESTION     (a) How many  chapters are  there  48 QUESTION (a) How many chapters are there in this book? HOW MANY + SUBJECT + ARE + THERE + PLACETHERE + BE: ASKING QUESTIONS WITH HOW MANY

49 QUESTION     (a) How many  chapters are  there  49 QUESTION (a) How many chapters are there in this book? HOW MANY + SUBJECT + ARE + THERE + PLACESHORT ANSWER Sixteen. THERE + BE: ASKING QUESTIONS WITH HOW MANY

50 QUESTION     HOW MANY  + SUBJECT +  ARE  +50 QUESTION HOW MANY + SUBJECT + ARE + THERE + PLACE (b) How many eggs are there in this carton? THERE + BE: ASKING QUESTIONS WITH HOW MANY

51 QUESTION     HOW MANY  + SUBJECT +  ARE  +51 QUESTION HOW MANY + SUBJECT + ARE + THERE + PLACE (b) How many eggs are there in this carton? Twelve. SHORT ANSWERTHERE + BE: ASKING QUESTIONS WITH HOW MANY

52 QUESTION     (c) How many  students  do you see? Seven.52 QUESTION (c) How many students do you see? Seven. SHORT ANSWERTHERE + BE: ASKING QUESTIONS WITH HOW MANY

53 How many children are in this family? Three. Let’s Practice 53 How many children are in this family? Three. Let’s Practice

54 How many bears are in this picture? One. Let’s Practice 54 How many bears are in this picture? One. Let’s Practice

55 How many schools do you see? Three. Let’s Practice 55 How many schools do you see? Three. Let’s Practice

56 The pen is on the floor. PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE 56 The pen is on the floor. PREPOSITIONS OF PL

57(a) The pen is on the floor. PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE 57(a) The pen is on the floor. PREPOSITIONS OF PL

58(a) The pen is   . on = preposition the floor = object of the58(a) The pen is . on = preposition the floor = object of the preposition = prepositional phraseon the floor on the floor. PREPOSITIONS OF PL

59(b) Demetra lives    . in = preposition Greece = object of the preposition59(b) Demetra lives . in = preposition Greece = object of the preposition = prepositional phrasein Greece. PREPOSITIONS OF PL

60( on a street, avenue, road. . . ) (b) Demetra lives in  Greece. 60( on a street, avenue, road. . . ) (b) Demetra lives in Greece. She lives in Athens. ( in a country) ( in a city) (c) She lives on Sigma Street. (d) She lives at 304 Sigma Street. ( at a street address)PREPOSITIONS OF PL

61 Where do you live? I live ___ Colombia. I live ___ Cali, Colombia. I live61 Where do you live? I live ___ Colombia. I live ___ Cali, Colombia. I live ___ Quince Street. I live ___ 234 Quince Street. in in on at on in at. Let’s Practice

62  I live __  Moscow. Where do you live? in on  in at.62 I live __ Moscow. Where do you live? in on in at. Let’s Practice

63 I live __ East Street. on. Where do you live? on  in at. Let’s63 I live __ East Street. on. Where do you live? on in at. Let’s Practice

64 Where do you live? I live __ 556 Main Street.   at on 64 Where do you live? I live __ 556 Main Street. at on in at. Let’s Practice

65 The girl is beside her mother. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST 65 The girl is beside her mother. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

66(a) The girl is beside her mother. (b) The girl is next to her mother. (c)66(a) The girl is beside her mother. (b) The girl is next to her mother. (c) The girl is near her mother. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

67(d) Katie is between her brothers. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST 67(d) Katie is between her brothers. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

68(e)  The girl is far away  from the house. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A68(e) The girl is far away from the house. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

69(f) The glass is on the table. (g) The glass is on top of the table.69(f) The glass is on the table. (g) The glass is on top of the table. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

70(h) The square is under  the triangle. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST 70(h) The square is under the triangle. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

71(i) The square is above  the triangle. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST 71(i) The square is above the triangle. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

72(j) The circle is around  the triangle. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST 72(j) The circle is around the triangle. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

73(k) The couple is in back of  the car. (l ) The couple is behind73(k) The couple is in back of the car. (l ) The couple is behind the car. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

74(m) The child is in the back of  the car. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A74(m) The child is in the back of the car. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

75(n) The man is in front of  the car. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST75(n) The man is in front of the car. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

76(o) The driver is in the front of  the car. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A76(o) The driver is in the front of the car. SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

77(p) The letter is in the middle of  the circle. HSOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A77(p) The letter is in the middle of the circle. HSOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

78 The star is _______ the triangles. between. Let’s Practice 78 The star is _______ the triangles. between. Let’s Practice

79 The star is _____ the triangle. above. Let’s Practice 79 The star is _____ the triangle. above. Let’s Practice

80 The star is _____ the triangle. under. Let’s Practice 80 The star is _____ the triangle. under. Let’s Practice

81  The moon is ______ the earth. far away from. Let’s Practice 81 The moon is ______ the earth. far away from. Let’s Practice

82 We need food. NEED AND WANT + A NOUN OR AN INFINITIVE 82 We need food. NEED AND WANT + A NOUN OR AN INFINITIV

83(a) We  need food.  VERB  +  NOUN (b) I  want 83(a) We need food. VERB + NOUN (b) I want a sandwich. NEED AND WANT + A NOUN OR AN INFINITIV

84 need want  I need  some water! I want  some water. ? NEED84 need want I need some water! I want some water. ? NEED AND WANT + A NOUN OR AN INFINITIV

85(c) We  need to eat.  VERB  +  INFINITIVE (d) I  want85(c) We need to eat. VERB + INFINITIVE (d) I want to eat a sandwich. NEED AND WANT + A NOUN OR AN INFINITIV

86 Correct?   no  Pablo needs make lunch. Pablo needs _______ lunch. to make.86 Correct? no Pablo needs make lunch. Pablo needs _______ lunch. to make. Let’s Practice

87 Correct ?  yes The baby needs milk. Let’s Practice 87 Correct ? yes The baby needs milk. Let’s Practice

88 Correct?  no  Alexandra wants go dancing. _____________ Alexandra wants to go dancing. Let’s88 Correct? no Alexandra wants go dancing. _____________ Alexandra wants to go dancing. Let’s Practice

89 I would like a glass of water. WOULD LIKE 89 I would like a glass of water. WOULD LIK

90(a) I’m thirsty. I want a glass of water. (b) I’m thirsty.  I would like90(a) I’m thirsty. I want a glass of water. (b) I’m thirsty. I would like a glass of water. would like want same meaning more polite. WOULD LIK

91(c)  I would like  You would like  She would like  He would91(c) I would like You would like She would like He would like We would like They would like a hamburger. no final -s likewould. WOULD LIK

92(d) CONTRACTIONS  I’d  you’d  she’d   we’d   they’d = I92(d) CONTRACTIONS I’d you’d she’d we’d they’d = I would = you would = she would = we would = they would. WOULD LIK

93(e) I  would like to eat  lunch.  WOULD LIKE  +  INFINITIVE93(e) I would like to eat lunch. WOULD LIKE + INFINITIVE (f) Would you like to eat lunch? WOULD + SUBJECT + LIKE QUESTIONS: would before subject. WOULD LIK

94  I would  like to eat lunch. (g) Yes, I  would. used alone94 I would like to eat lunch. (g) Yes, I would. used alone with would like questions not contracted. WOULD LIK

95 Miriam wants a rose. Miriam _______. (contraction) would like a rose Miriam______. ’ d like95 Miriam wants a rose. Miriam _______. (contraction) would like a rose Miriam______. ’ d like a rose would like. Let’s Practice

96 They want flowers too. They _________. (contraction)would like flowers They_______. ’ d like flowers 96 They want flowers too. They _________. (contraction)would like flowers They_______. ’ d like flowers would like. Let’s Practice

97 Sami: ______Sami:  Do you want a rose? Ming-Fa:  Yes, I do.  Thank97 Sami: ______Sami: Do you want a rose? Ming-Fa: Yes, I do. Thank you. a rose? Ming-Fa: Yes, ______ a rose. I’d like (contraction) would like Would you like. Let’s Practice

98 I would like to play soccer. WOULD LIKE vs.  LIKE  98 I would like to play soccer. WOULD LIKE vs. LIK

99(a) I would like to play soccer. (b) I like to play soccer. WOULD LIKE vs.99(a) I would like to play soccer. (b) I like to play soccer. WOULD LIKE vs. LIK

100(a) I would like to play soccer. (b) I like to play soccer. Enjoy always, usually,100(a) I would like to play soccer. (b) I like to play soccer. Enjoy always, usually, often Want to now or in the future. WOULD LIKE vs. LIK

101 She _____ to  visit the moon.   would like. Let’s Practice 101 She _____ to visit the moon. would like. Let’s Practice

102 Do you _____ to  go to the beach?  like  would like. Let’s102 Do you _____ to go to the beach? like would like. Let’s Practice

103 Someday, I ____  to  be a scientist.   would like. Let’s Practice103 Someday, I ____ to be a scientist. would like. Let’s Practice