Presentation on theme: "A cap A blouse A necklace Earrings A hat. My favorite color is red! What’s your favorite color? Pink – Red – Yellow – Orange - Light green – Green – Dark."— Presentation transcript:
A cap A blouse A necklace Earrings A hat
My favorite color is red! What’s your favorite color? Pink – Red – Yellow – Orange - Light green – Green – Dark green - Light blue – Blue – Dark blue – white – Light brown – brown – dark brown – Purple – gray/grey – black
What color is it? What color is Claudia’s blouse? It’s blue. What color is Justin’s sweater? It’s yellow. What color is Colbie’s dress? It’s light green. What color is Madonna’s jacket? It’s black.
What color is it? What color is Michael’s jacket? It’s brown. What color is Johnny’s T-shirt? It’s brown. What color is William’s suit? It’s dark blue. What color is Nadal’s T-shirt? It’s orange.
What color is Rihanna’s dress? It’s green. What color is Shakira’s blouse? It’s red.
ADJECTIVES Size Extra small Small Medium Large Extra large Tight Loose Short Long Expensive
DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS NEAR = CLOSEFAR = DISTANT SINGULARTHISTHAT PLURALTHESETHOSE
WHAT’S YOUR OPINION? A: WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS DRESS? B: I THINK IT’S LARGE.
CLASS WORK LOOK AT THE PICTURES. WRITE SENTENCES ABOUT THE ITEMS OF CLOTHING. USE ADJECTIVES Ex. A beautiful woman. A new dress.
THE 3RD PERSON SINGULAR
I LIKE I like yellow. You like yellow. He likes yellow. She likes yellow. It likes yellow. We like yellow. You like yellow. They like yellow.
I want I want money. You want money. He wants money. She wants money. We want money. You want money. They want money.
I need I need a pen. You need a pen. He needs a pen. She needs a pen. We need a pen. You need a pen. They need a pen.
HAVE I have a cap. You have a cap He has a cap She has a cap We have a cap You have a cap They have a cap.
I have... in my house I have two sweaters. You have five hats! She has ten skirts. He has forty pairs of shoes. We have shirts and blouses. You have dresses. They have pants.
I want... I want a jacket. You want a suit. She wants more dresses. He wants more shoes. They want sweaters.
I need... I need a blue hat. You need a new shirt He needs a blue dress. She needs black pants. We need white jeans. They need a white blouse.
NEGATIVE WITH DON’T DON’T = DO + NOT DOESN’T = DOES NOT I don’t need money. You don’t need a new shirt. He doesn’t need a blue dress. She doesn’t need black pants. We don’t need white jeans. They don’t need a white blouse. I don’t have two sweaters. You don’t have five hats! She doesn’t have ten skirts. He doesn’t have forty pairs of shoes. We don’t have shirts and blouses. You don’t have dresses. They don’t have pants. Atenção, o DO e o DOES não têm tradução nesses exemplos. Eles apenas servem para formar a negativa. Observe que o DO é usado com I, YOU, THEY e WE. O DOES é usado com HE, SHE, IT. Com o DOES o verbo não é modificado.
MAKING QUESTIONS Do you need a new shirt? Does he need a blue dress? Does she need black pants? Do we need white jeans? Do they need a white blouse? Note que o verbo não muda!
Clothing and Colors Credits –Slides: Teacher Angela –Pictures: Goggle images Microsoft ClipArt Top Notch Fundamentals A (pg V3) by Joan Salsow and Allen Acsher New Interchange (p.IC-5 p.22) by Jack C. Richards The pictures were chosen for classroom use only.