Presentation on theme: "My favourite possessions Hello class! My name is Ashley. I’m American, from Chicago, but I live in a small house in Los Angeles with my parents and my."— Presentation transcript:
My favourite possessions
Hello class! My name is Ashley. I’m American, from Chicago, but I live in a small house in Los Angeles with my parents and my grandma. We have got a big garden behind the house. These are my yellow flowers. I have got a big collection of Barbie dolls, too. These are my cool rollerblades! Do you like them?
Name: James Surname: Gates Age: 14 Nationality: Canadian Hobbies: singing and playing the piano FAVOURITE POSSESSIONS His friendly dog Woofy. His black piano. He has got a lot of CDs of his favourite music bands.
Hi guys! How are you? We’re great, thanks! We are Masha and Lena. We’re from Russia and we live in Moscow. We’re twins and we’re both 15 years old. In our bedroom, we have got: Our cool sunglasses Our Russian-English dictionary Our Indian snake Crawlie
Let’s review... Ashley has got: her yellow flowersAshley’s yellow flowers her Barbie dollsAshley’s Barbie dolls James has got: his dog WoofyJames’s dog his music CDsJames’s CDs The two sisters have got: their cool sunglassesthe sisters’_ sunglasses their snake Crawliethe sisters’_ snake
Let’s talk about grammar... The verb HAVE GOT I have got a friend You have got a friend a friend He has got a friend She has got a friend It has got a friend We have got a friend You have got a friend They have got a friend
Let’s practice our grammar... I a friend. Her name is Ashley. Choose have got or has got: have got My brother and I ( = we) a bicycle. have got Sally a new CD player. has got Selma and Jack a small dog at home. have got My little brother a pair of rollerblades. has got
The negative form of HAVE GOT have got + not = has got + not = haven’t got hasn’t got The two sisters haven’t got a cat. They have got a snake. James hasn’t got a saxophone. He has got a black piano. I You We They He She It Write these sentences in the negative form: My parents have got a new car My parents haven’t got a new car. Julia has got an Australian cousin Julia hasn’t got an Australian cousin.
New vocabulary How do you say in English? a dog a bicycle a Barbie doll a cat a CD playera pair of rollerblades a snake sunglasses a dictionary a saxophone a piano flowers
More grammar... The interrogative form of the verb HAVE GOT a new computer at home.havegot They a new computer at home? Affirmative = Question = Write these sentences in the interrogative form: Sue has got an English test next Tuesday You have got a big collection of CDs Answer =Yes, they have. No, they haven’t. Has Sue got an English test next Tuesday?Yes, she has. / No, she hasn’t Have you got a big collection of CDs? Yes, I have/ No, I haven’t
Come on! Let’s play with words Put the letters in order: SNA K E T O R M E P U C R E D C L A P Y D L O D D R A S B L O R L E L C D P L A Y E R R O L L E R B L A D E S D O L L C O M P U T E R
The flowers of Ashley The house of Dimas The snake of the girls The toys of the children Ashley’s flowers Dimas’s house The girls' snake The children's toys Singular nouns Charles CristinaCristina’s Charles’s my fathermy father’s Plural nouns the students’_the students the boys’_the boys the women’sthe women The piano of Garreth is black.Garreth’s piano is black. The animal of the sisters is a snake.The sisters’_animal is a snake.
Let’s practice a little... Transform these sentences: 1.The brother of my friend is a famous actor The CDs of my parents are very good The grandparents of Chris are French What is the name of your English teacher? The dog of Alicia and John is very friendly My friend’s brother is a famous actor. My parents’_ CDs are very good. Chris’s grandparents are French. What is your English teacher’s name? Alicia’s and John’s dog is very friendly. The of is red and blue. is red and blue. Tara bicycle‘s