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REVISION 4 G OING TO C OULD U SED TO R ELATIVE CLAUSES N UMBERS A DJECTIVES, ADVERBS Mgr. Dagmar Svoreňová, 2009
F UTURE - GOING TO I T IS USED TO EXPRESS AN INTENTION OR A PLAN I am going to have a party. You are going to play basketball. He is going to study English. She is going to go home. It is going to be great. We are going to do this revision. They are going to write a test.
G OING TO – NEGATIVES I am not going to have a party. You are not going to play basketball. He is not going to study English. She is not going to go home. It is not going to be great. We are not going to do this revision. They are not going to write a test.
G OING TO - QUESTIONS ? (you/ are/ be there/ going to) ? ( going to /Sally/ come/ is) ? (a sandwich/ for lunch/ you/ have/ are/going to) ? (is / going to/ what/ he/ do) ? (we/ going to/ have a drink/ are)
C OULD Could you read when you were five? 1. Could you play football when you were five? Could you write when you were five? Could you swim when you were five? Could you ride a bike when you were five? Could you ski when you were five?
U SED TO He used to smoke 40 cigarettes a day two years ago. He doesn´t smoke now Now you don´t get up early We don´t live in Nitra anymore He is not very polite We aren´t friends any longer Now you go out very often.
R ELATIVE CLAUSE When we want to give more information about people, animals, things, we often use a relative clause The man who lives next door is very friendly. (we use who with people) What was the name of the horse which won the race? (we use which with animals and things) Name three things that you are afraid of. ( we use that with things, animals and people)
R ELATIVE CLAUSES : WHO, WHICH OR THAT ? 1. Where are the pictures ________used to hang on that wall? 2. The girl______is talking on a mobile is Mandy. 3. What´s the name of the dog_______you look after? 4. The police have cought the man______ stole my car. 5. A dictionary is a book ________gives you the meanings of words.
N UMBERS 1, 623, 492 one million, six hundred and twenty- three thousand, four hundred and ninety- two twelve point eight zero five ,249 1, ,505 1, 346, 953 8, 451,769
ADJECTIVE COMPARATIVE SUPERLATIVE warm warmer the warmest wet wetter the wettest happy happier the happiest gorgeous more gorgeous the most gorgeous good better the best
C OMPLETE THE TABLE high big friendly beautiful bad
A DJECTIVES AND ADVERBS Adjectives describe nouns or pronouns That car is very slow. Adverbs describe verbs Jane opened her eyes slowly. Adjectives and adverbs quick - quick ly careful - careful ly easy - eas ily happy - happ ily fast - fast hard - hard good - well
C HOOSE THE CORRECT WORD 1. Luke can drive very good/ well. 2. He made a loud/ loudly noise. 3. Jane spoke quiet/ quietly. 4. James was a horrible/ horribly man. 5. They pushed him very hard/ hardly. 6. He careful/ carefully put a bag on the ground. 7. This is a fast/ fastly car. 8. From that day they all lived happy/ happily ever after.
C ONVERSATION 1. Who is your best friend? 2. Do you help with housework? What do you do? 3. What are you learning at the moment? 4. Do you know what time is it? 5. Have you bought any new clothes recently? 6. Did you go to the cinema last week? 7. What radio station do you listen to? 8. What do you like about your life? 9. What things do you worry about? 10. What are you going to do this evening?