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Buying Snacks Chapter 1, Book 2B Longman Welcome to English
Make a conclusion I, I like I like…. He She, ( ), likes, He likes…. She likes…. Name ( ) likes, likes, likes, Beeno likes…, Tom likes….
What do you like? I like….
What does Sue like? likes lemon tea Sue _______________. She likes lemon tea.
What does Tim like? likes raisins Tim _______________. Tim He likes raisins.
What does Lily like? She like ___________. lemon sweets s Lily
What does Bob like? He _____________.likes raisins Bob
What does he like? He likes…. What does she like? She likes…. What does name like? Name likes….
What does like? she he name He She Name likes….
1. I ____ potato chips. 2. She ____ lemon sweets. 3. Sally ____ raisins. 4. He ____ cookies 5. We ____ lemon tea. 6. My cats ____ chilli fish like likes like
Places in the park Chapter 6, Book 2A. Lets Review the places in the park.
People at work 2 Chapter 4, Book 2A Longman Welcome to English.
Activities we like Chapter 6, Book 2B Longman Welcome to English.
Helping at home Chapter 4, Book 2B Longman Welcome to English.
Parts of a Sentence Created by Randy Stark Main Menu
: Chapter 3, Book 2B Longman Welcome to English. Telling the time.
Chapter 4, Book 1B Longman Welcome to English More about animals.
People who help me (3) Chapter 3, Book 2A Longman Welcome to English.
I can swim. She can dance. He can play football. They can fly.
Telling Part Every complete sentence has two parts: naming part and telling part The naming part is the who (or what) the sentence is about. The telling.
have-has I have … You have … We have … They have … He has … She has … It has …
Variables. 1. What is a variable? -anything that can change in an experiment 2. What is a constant variable? -factors that are kept the same during an.
Our favourite food Chapter 2, Book 2B Longman Welcome to English.
Saturdays&Sundays= weekends What do you usually do at the weekends? How do you spend your weekends? pen ten on at the.
Venn Diagrams. brown hair Bev Ted Sue Jim Ted and Sue dont have brown hair so they stay outside the circle.
Module 8. His birthday present is a cinema ticket.
Jobs Chapters 1 & 2, Book 4B New Welcome to English Second Edition.
Go---going come--- swim--- dance--- sing--- draw--- paint--- sit--- buy--- make--- take--- work--- coming swimming dancing singing drawing painting sitting.
Unit 8 At the weekends Period 1 part C&D. Play a game: Whats missing?
Revision: Present tense & Present continuous tense Book 4B New Welcome To English Second Edition.
Unit 4 Food Comic strip & Welcome to the unit 1. Mid-autumn Festival chicken 2. Chinese New Year cakes 3. Thanksgiving Day pumpkin pies 4. Halloween.
What do they have to do? Practice of have to. What do they have to do? They have to brush their teeth.
Welcome to the Brother Noodles House ! The new word: noodles beef mutton chicken potato cabbage egg tomato drink.
Predicates Every complete sentence has two parts: subject and predicate The subject is the who (or what) the sentence is about. The predicate tells what.
Revision: Present tense & Present continuous tense Book 4B Book 4B.
Personal Pronouns He You I She It We They Replace the underlined expression ( subject of the sentence) by the correct personal pronoun on your right.
Is that/this …? family grandfather, grandmother (grandparents) father.mother (parents) brother (son), sister (daughter) aunt.uncle,cousin.
Intermediate 1 ESOL Grammar Verbs: The Correct Tense The Present Simple.
Choosing a pet 6 Chapter 1, Book 1B Longman Welcome to English.
1.Why is he late? Please tell me________. Please tell me why he is late. 2. Would you please tell me ? When will you come? Would you please tell me when.
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