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L. H. 2010 PART ONE: Listen to Jane talking about what her father does for a living. Then, click on the picture you think is right! a captaina bakera fireman a football coach a policeman my father
L. H. 2010 Now listen to Jane talking about what her mother does for a living. Then, click on the right picture to check your answer. a librariana photographera nurse a tennis instructor a vet my mother
L. H. 2010 PART TWO: Listen to Jane again and give more information about her father’s job. Then, choose the correct answers! (Click on them to see if you are right!) How many days a week? How many hours a day? 4.5676.555.5 67891011 1 a.m.1.30 a.m.2 a.m.2.30 a.m.
L. H. 2010 Working hours uniform? 2 actions in his job He works from 2 a.m. to 10 a.m. He wears a white hat and a white coat. He makes bread. He makes delicious cakes. (Click here to check your answers!)
L. H. 2010 Listen to Jane again and give more information about her mother’s job. Then, choose the correct answers! (Click on them to see if you are right!) How many days a week? How many hours a day? She works 5 days a week. She works 7 hours a day. She gets up at 6.30 a.m. (Click here to check your answers!)
L. H. 2010 Working hours uniform? 2 actions in her job She works from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. She wears a white uniform. She takes care of patients. She sometimes gives them injections. (Click here to check your answers!)
L. H. 2010 PART THREE: Match the following jobs with the right activities. (See your worsheet!) 1.an actor 2.an archaeologist 3.an architect 4.a baker 5.a banker 6.a barman 7.a decorator 8.a dentist 9.a doctor 10.a dressmaker 11.a fireman 12.a florist 13.a gardener 14.a hairdresser 15.a journalist / a reporter 16.a magician 17.a maid 18.a mechanic 19.a nurse 20.an ophthalmologist 21.an optician 22.a photographer 23.a police officer 24.a postman 25.a secretary 26.a surgeon 27.a teacher 28.a vet 29.a waiter.
L. H. 2010 PART THREE: Match the following jobs with the right activities. arrest thieves. check people’s eyes. clean bedrooms. deliver letters and parcels / packages. design buildings and houses. do magic tricks. find historic objects. give tests + mark / correct papers. interview people. keep people’s money + lend people money. make bread and delicious cakes. make clothes (dresses, skirts, shirts, etc.). operate on people. plant flowers + cut the grass. play in films. put out fire + save people. repair cars. sell flowers and plants. sell glasses. serve customers in a restaurant. serve drinks like beer, wine, cocktails, etc. take care of patients + give injections. take care of people’s teeth. take pictures of people. treat sick animals. treat people who are sick. type letters + answer the telephone. wallpaper or paint rooms. wash and cut people’s hair + do perms.
L. H. 2010 Alice Helen Kate Ted Alan Charles Andrew George Simon Tom Peter Alice is a dressmaker. She makes clothes (dresses, skirts, shirts,...). Helen is a florist. She sells flowers and plants. Helen is a secretary. She types letters and (she) answers the phone. Ted is a decorator. He wallpapers and decorates rooms. Alan is a baker. He makes bread and delicious cakes. Charles is a banker. He keeps people’s money and he lends money. Andrew is a photographer. He takes photos / pictures of people. George is an architect. He designs buildings and houses. Simon is a surgeon. He operates on people. Tom is a police officer. He arrests thieves. Peter is a postman. He delivers letters and parcels / packages. Make as many sentences as possible! Ex:
L. H. 2010 Zoe Silvia Robert Victor David William Ted Martin Claire Amy Eric Zoe is a journalist / a reporter. She interviews people. Silvia is a nurse. She takes care of patients and she gives injections. Robert is an optician. He sells glasses. Victor is a doctor. He treats people who are sick. Alan is a vet. He treats sick animals. William is an ophthalmologist. He takes care of people’s eyes. Ted is a mechanic. He repairs cars. Martin is a gardener. He plants flowers and (he) cuts the grass. Claire is a hairdresser. She washes and cuts people’s hair. She does perms. Amy is a teacher. She gives tests and (she) marks / corrects papers. Peter is a dentist. He takes care of people’s teeth. Scott Scott is an actor. He plays in films.
L. H. 2010 Henry Jack Sam Mark Tony Henry is an architect. He finds historic objects. Jack is a barman / bartender. He serves drinks. Sam is a fireman. He puts out fire and (he) saves people. Mark is a waiter. He serves customers in a restaurant. Tony is a magician. He does magic tricks. Janet Janet is a maid. She cleans bedrooms. A: What do you do (for a living)? B: I AM a teacher. (BE + a + job)
L. H. 2010 1 When to use the present simple? Match each sentence with the right topic! (Click to get all the answers!) My father works in a hospital. My mother goes to London every day. The sun rises in the east. She doesn’t feel happy. My brother hates broccoli. a repeated action, a habit. simple piece of information. tastes (like, love, etc). a general truth feelings, emotions. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● My father works in a hospital. My mother goes to London every day. The sun rises in the east. She doesn’t feel happy. My brother hates broccoli. a repeated action, a habit. simple piece of information. tastes (like, love, etc). a general truth. feelings, emotions. ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●
L. H. 2010 3 Observe the following sentences. Then, complete the rule! My father doesn’t work in a bank. He works in a hospital. Does your father work in a hospital too? In NEGATIVE and INTERROGATIVE sentences, I must use the auxiliary DO / DOES. In NEGATIVE and INTERROGATIVE sentences, I must use ______________________________ (Click to check your answer!) 2 How to pronounce the –s in the third person singular? He makes :He plays :He washes: ???
L. H. 2010 Affirmative SentencesNegative SentencesInterrogative Sentences I work You work He works She works It works We work You work They work I don’t (do not) work You don’t work He doesn’t work She doesn’t work It doesn’t work We don’t work You don’t work They don’t work Do I work …? Do you work …? Does he work …? Does she work …? Does it work …? Do we work …? Do you work …? Do they work …? 4 Ex: the verb WORK in the present simple.
L. H. 2010 5 Time to practise! Put the verbs in brackets into the present simple. Then, transform each affirmative sentence into a negative sentence and an interrogative sentence. (Click on the symbols to check your answers!) 1+ - ? Tom _________ (live) in London. Tom doesn’t live in London. Does Tom live in London? lives 2+ - ? You _________ (get up) at 7 o’clock. You don’t get up at 7 o’clock. Do you get up at 7 o’clock? get up 3+ - ? They _________ (work) in a luxury hotel. They don’t work in a luxury hotel. Do they work in a luxury hotel? work
L. H. 2010 4+ - ? Sarah _________ (take) the bus to go to work. Sarah doesn’t take the bus to go to work. Does Sarah take the bus to go to work? takes 5+ - ? Paul and Michael _________ (like) gardening. Paul and Michael don’t like gardening. Do Paul and Michael like gardening? like 6+ - ? Her brother _________ (play) the guitar. Her brother doesn’t play the guitar. Does her brother play the guitar? plays