Presentation on theme: "1 I can ask and answer personal- info questions in Italian."— Presentation transcript:
1 I can ask and answer personal- info questions in Italian.
1.What is your name? 2.What is your last name? How do you spell it? 3.Where do you live? 4.Where are you from? 5.What is your phone number? 6.What is your address? 7.When is your birthday? 8.When is your name day?
2 I can introduce some beginning “This is…”
1.Jane 2.Haynes 3.Canadian 4.Lives in Toronto 5.Her phone no. is Her address is 7.Her birthday is the 9 th January 8.Her name day is the 16 th May
3 I can spell words.
1.JAZZ 2.KILO 3.BICCHIERE 4.QUADRO 5.WEBCAM 6.XILOFONO 7.YOGURT 8.RAGGI X
4 I can ask the question How are you? 5 I can answer the question (using a variety of adjectives)
1.I am good 2.I am “fine” 3.I am tired 4.I am happy/excited. 5.I am sad. 6.I am hungry. 7.I am sleepy.
6 I can ask for clarification/repetition. 7 I can ask what a word means or how to say an English words in Italian.
1.I don’t know. 2.Can you repeat please? 3.How do you say “restaurant” in Italian? 4.What does “peccato” mean?
I can respond when someone sneezes. I can wish someone a Happy Xmas- Happy Thanksgiving-Good weekend (and respond)
21 I can make adjectives match with nouns (maschile/femminile - singolare/plurale)
la ragazza è _______ (pretty) il libro è _______ (small) lo studente è _______ (intelligent) gli studenti sono _______ (intelligent) l‘aula è _______ (big) le aule sono _______ (big) la professoressa è _______ (young) il professore è _______ (young) i professori sono è _______ (old)
23 I can conjugate verbs that follow the pattern -ARE, -ERE, and -IRE
I speak You buy He writes She eats We visit You (guys) study You (guys) write You (guys) sleep They learn They write They sleep
24 I can conjugate the irregular verbs ESSERE, AVERE, ANDARE, FARE, POTERE, VOLERE, DOVERE, FINIRE.
I AM you ARE He/she IS We ARE You (all) ARE They ARE
I HAVE you HAVE He/she HAS We HAVE You (all) HAVE They HAVE
I DO you DO He/she DOES We DO You (all) DO They DO
I GO you GO He/she GOES We GO You (all) GO They GO
I CAN you CAN He/she CAN We CAN You (all) CAN They CAN
I WANT you WANT He/she WANT We WANT You (all) WANT They WANT
I HAVE TO you HAVE TO He/she HAS TO We HAVE TO You (all) HAVE TO They HAVE TO
25 I can talk about my daily routine
I wake up I shower I eat breakfast I brush my teeth I leave home I get the bus I go to school / I arrive to school I have class I eat lunch I go back home I do my homework I eat dinner I watch TV I go on the internet I go to bed / I sleep
26 & 27 I can ask What do you like to do in your free time? I can say what I like and don’t like to do.
28 & 29 I can ask What is the date today? I know the names in Italian for the days of the week and the months of the year
30 I can identify the main geographical features of Italy.
31 I know some facts and traditions unique to Italian culture in celebrating Christmas and All Saint’s Day.
Ognissanti La Befana Capodanno Pan de Mei / Meini Panettone Torrone il Presepio la Festa dei Sette Pesci Puppa di Zucchero
32 I can ask What time is it? and tell the time in Italian.
33 I can ask questions using the question words: WHO? - WHAT? - WHERE? - WHEN? - WHY? - WHICH? - HOW MUCH? - HOW MANY?
Who is it? What do you study? Where do you live? Why do you study Italian? When do you go to the gym? How many brothers and sisters do you have? How much do you study for tests? Which is your favorite color?
34 I can ask make – decline – accept an invitation.
Why don’t we…? Do you want to…? What do you say…? Decline Accept + … What time should we meet? Where should we meet?
I can give a description of my physical appearance – my personality – the clothes I’m wearing.