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1 have/have got Positive: I We have You ‘ve got two sisters. They ________________________ He has She ‘s got

2 have/have got Negative: I We don’t have You haven’t got any money. They He doesn’t have She hasn’t got

3 Have -Questions Questions: Do I We You they have a car? Does he she

4 Have got- Questions I Have we you they got a car? Has he she

5 Short answers Do you have a camera? Yes, I do/ No, I don’t. Have you got a camera? Yes, I have./ No, I haven’t. N.B. We can use contractions with (‘ve got) but not with (have). I’ve got a sister I have a sister. (I’ve a sister)

6 Practice: Practise the forms of have and have got: Ask and answer about these things A computer - a credit card - brothers and sisters A stereo - a Walkman - your parents/ a holiday home A camera - a mobile phone - your sister a car A bicycle - a pet - your brother/ a motorbike

7 Use (1) Have = (2) Have got (formal/when we write ) (informal/when we speak) 1. The Prime Minster has a meeting with the President today. 2. Have you got a light? N. B. Have+ do/does more common in AE.

8 Meaning of have/have got 1. Possession: I have I’ve got a new car She has three children. She’s got He has blond hair. He’s got

9 Have/have got When have+ noun expresses an activity or habit do/does/don’t/doesn’t (have) Not have got. Ex: I have a shower in the morning I’ve got a shower in the morning What time have you got lunch? What time do you have lunch? He has never got milk in his coffee. He never has milk in his coffee.

10 Have/have got In the past, the got forms are unusual. We use: had + did and didn’t more common Ex. I had a bicycle when I was young. My parents had a lot of books in the house. Did you have a nice weekend? I didn’t have any money when I was a student.

11 Answer the questions: Do you have a lot of money? Have you got a computer? Have you got a car? Do you have a good English accent?

12 Living in the USA An Introduction The people of the United States are nearly all immigrants, or descendants of immigrants. It is a young country, and much of the population has relatives who live in other parts of the world. But, how do they find the US when they first arrive? What do they think of the people, the culture, the way of life? Jamie Peterson spoke to three of them:

13 Living in the USA Roberto Solano (Aged 24, from Mexico) Endre Boros (Aged 45, from Hungary) Yuet Tung ( Aged 31, from Hong Kong)

14 Answer the questions 1. What do the people have in common? 2. Are they all happy living in the US? 3. Who has other members of their family living there? 4. Do they all have children? 5. Who married someone from their own country? 6. What do they say about their own country? 7. Do they like the people? 8. What do they say about the Americans and their cars?

15 What do you think? What do you like best about living in your country? What would you missed if you lived abroad? Do you know any foreigners living in your country? What do they like about it? What do they find different?

16 Writing – Linking words (but, however) But & However contrast ideas, but used differently Ex. I learnt French easily, but I didn’t like my teacher. I learnt French easily. However, I didn’t like my teacher. ______________________________________________________

17 (So, because) So Cause Result Ex. It started to rain, so we stopped playing tennis. Because Result Cause Ex. We stopped playing tennis because it started to rain.

18 Writing- Exercises (See workbook, p ) Complete the sentences with: (and, so, or but) She can speak French,____ she can’t write it. 2. He’s going to work in Spain,____ he’s learning Spanish. 3. I went into town. I bought some food___ I went to the library. 4. I haven’t got a car,_____ I’ve got a motorbike. 5. She’s working late next Friday, ____she can’t come to the party.

19 Writing- Exercises (See workbook, p ) Complete the sentences with: (and, so, or but) She can speak French, but she can’t write it. 2. He’s going to work in Spain, so he’s learning Spanish. 3. I went into town. I bought some food and I went to the library. 4. I haven’t got a car, but I’ve got a motorbike. 5. She’s working late next Friday, so she can’t come to the party.

20 Exercise 2 /p. 14-workbook Join the pairs of sentences in two different ways using (but and however) We enjoyed the holiday. It rained a lot. 2. He’s moving to London next month. He doesn’t like big cities. 3. She isn’t English. She speaks English perfectly.

21 Exercise 2 /p. 14-workbook Join the pairs of sentences in two different ways using (but and however) We enjoyed the holiday. It rained a lot. _________________________________________ 2. He’s moving to London next month. He doesn’t like big cities. _________________________________________ 3. She isn’t English. She speaks English perfectly. __________________________________________

22 Exercise 2 /p. 14-workbook Join the pairs of sentences in two different ways using (but and however) We enjoyed the holiday. It rained a lot. We enjoyed the holiday, but it rained a lot. We enjoyed the holiday. However, it rained a lot. 2. He’s moving to London next month. He doesn’t like big cities. _________________________________________ 3. She isn’t English. She speaks English perfectly. __________________________________________

23 Ex.3- Workbook p. 15 Join the pairs of sentences in two different ways using (So, because): She went home. She was tired a)_____________________ b)_____________________ 2. We didn’t enjoy our holiday. The weather was bad. a)_____________________ b)_____________________ 3. He worked hard. He passed all his exams. a)_____________________ b)_____________________

24 Ex.3- Workbook p. 15 Join the pairs of sentences in two different ways using (So, because): She went home. She was tired a) She went home, because she was tired. b) She was tired, so she went home. 2. We didn’t enjoy our holiday. The weather was bad. a) We didn’t enjoy our holiday, because the weather was bad. b) The weather was bad, so we didn’t enjoy our holiday. 3. He worked hard. He passed all his exams. a) He worked hard, so he passed all his exams. b) He passed all his exams because he worked hard.

25 Listening and Speaking You drive me mad (but I love you!) 1. Complete these sentences about the people in your life. Tell a partner. My mother/father drives me mad when she/he………………… I don’t like people who…………. It really annoys me when friends…….

26 You drive me mad (but I love you!) What annoying habits do you have? Discuss with a partner

27 You drive me mad (but I love you!) Listen and write the correct names under each picture below Are these sentences ( ) or ( ): 1. Carol and Mike never watch television. 2. Mike doesn’t listen when his wife speaks to him. 3. Carol makes the decisions in their house 4. Mike shouts at his wife when she’s driving. 5. Dave never does any jobs at home. 6. Dave is bad at his job. 7. Alison tidies up Dave’s mess. 8. Alison is very organized.

28 You drive me mad (but I love you!) Listen and write the correct names under each picture below Are these sentences ( ) or ( ): 1. Carol and Mike never watch television. 2. Mike doesn’t listen when his wife speaks to him. 3. Carol makes the decisions in their house 4. Mike shouts at his wife when she’s driving. 5. Dave never does any jobs at home. 6. Dave is bad at his job. 7. Alison tidies up Dave’s mess. 8. Alison is very organized.


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