Presentation on theme: "Routines 1st PARAGRAPH Think about your daily life. Do you follow the same route to work every day? Do you sit in the same place in class? When you get."— Presentation transcript:
1Routines1st PARAGRAPHThink about your daily life. Do you follow the same route to work every day? Do you sit in the same place in class? When you get dressed, do you always put the same leg or arm in first? You probably do, because we all have routines in our lives.
2ImperativesUSE : si usa per dare ordini, consigli o per invitare qualcuno a fare qualcosa.FORM : è uguale alla forma base del verbo.Turn left at the next crossroads.Pay here.Try again.Come and have dinner with us.Have some more meat.
3To have (da non confondere con HAVE GOT) AFFERMATIVAINTERROGATIVANEGATIVAI haveYou haveHe hasShe hasIt hasWe haveThey haveDo I have?Do you have?Does he have?Does she have?Does it have?Do we have?Do they have?I don’t haveYou don’t haveHe doesn’t haveShe doesn’t haveIt doesn’t haveWe don’t haveThey don’t have
4IL PLURALE (exercises) REGOLA GENERALE: si aggiunge –Sbook books thing thingsECCEZIONILe parole terminanti in:S bus – busesSH dish - dishesCH aggiungono –ES church - churchesX box - boxesLe parole terminanti in CONSONANTE+Y trasformano la Y in I e aggiungono –ES:city cities lady ladies
5Le parole terminanti in –F o –FE trasformano -F o –FE in -VES: shelf shelves wife wivesPLURALI IRREGOLARIMouse – mice child - childrenFoot – feet penny – penceTooth – teeth person - peopleMan – menWoman – women sheep – sheepfish - fish
6Aggettivi possessivi AGGETTIVI POSSESSIVI sono sempre seguiti da un sostantivo (exercises)MY mio/a, mie, mieiYOUR tuo/a, tuoi, tueHIS suo/a,suoi/sue DI UN MASCHIOHER suo/a,suoi/sue DI UNA FEMMINAITS suo/a,suoi/sue DI COSA O ANIMALEOUR nostro/a, nostri/eYOUR vostro/a, vostri/eTHEIR loro
72nd PARAGRAPHRoutines save time and energy because you do them without thinking. That’s why they are so important in the morning when your brain isn’t very active. Here’s Jo talking about her morning routine.
8Pronomi personali (exercises) PRONOMI SOGGETTOVanno prima del verboEx. THEY want your address.PRONOMI COMPLEMENTOSeguono verbo o preposizioniEx. Don’t tell THEM anythingIYouHesheItWeTheyMeHimHerUsThem
93rd PARAGRAPH‘Oh yes, I always do exactly the same things. I wake up at seven o’clock every morning, but I don’t get up till quarter past seven. I switch on the radio and listen to the news. Then I go to the loo and I brush my teeth. I have a shower and dry my hair. Then I choose my clothes and I get dressed. I don’t eat anything for breakfast. I just have a cup of coffee. Then I go to work. Yes, it’s always the same.’
10Common expressions with have Have breakfast, lunch, dinner,Have (a cup of) tea/coffee, a drink,Have something to eat/drinkHave eggs/toast for breakfast, fish for lunchHave a shower, a bathHave a good time, a bad day, a nice eveningHave a party, a holidayHave a good flight/tripHave a conversationHave a babyMary had a baby in June.What time do you have lunch on Sundays?
114th PARAGRAPHRoutines are very useful, but they also make you uncreative. So sometimes it’s a good idea to break your routines. Get out of bed on the opposite side. Listen to a different radio station. Take a different route to work. Eat something different for breakfast. Change your routine. You never know it could change your life.
12Summary1ST PARAGRAPH – If we think about our every day life, we’ll realize that we all do things in a regular and fixed way.2ND PARAGRAPH – Routines are useful because you can do things without thinking.3RD PARAGRAPH – Jo describes her morning routine: she gets up and gets ready for work.4TH PARAGRAPH - However, routines are also bad because when we do things without thinking we don’t use our creativity.