Presentation on theme: " Close you books and sit in groups now! I will give each group an envelop and a piece of paper. If you know the word for each picture, put it in."— Presentation transcript:
Close you books and sit in groups now! I will give each group an envelop and a piece of paper. If you know the word for each picture, put it in the pile of “We know.” But if you don’t know the word for each picture, put in the pile of “We don’t know.”
A. Listen and practice. Now, open your book on page 22. Let’s check the answers!
B. Complete the chart with words from part A. Clothes for warm weatherClothes for cold weather cap T-shirt shorts sneakers swimsuit hat Scarf sweater coat gloves boots
C. Circle the clothes in part A you like. Then tell a friend. I like the pajamas and the raincoat. I like the dress, the boots, and the scarf. Now, please tell me what you like.
B. Ask about favorite colors. A: What are your favorite colors? B: My favorite colors are red and purple.
C. Describe your clothes or others. A: The blouse is pink. B: The earrings are red and orange.
It’s a disaster! Look at the picture. Where are they? What are they doing? Are they happy? Now, close your book and listen to the conversation.
It’s a disaster! What did you hear in the conversation? What did they talk about? Let’s look at the conversation now!
It’s a disaster! Pat: Great! Our clothes are dry. Where is my new blouse? Julie: What color is it? Pat: It’s white. Julie: Here’s a light blue blouse. Is it yours? Pat: No, it’s not mine…. Wait. It is mine. It’s a disaster! Julie: Oh, no! All our clothes are light blue. Pat: Here’s the problem. It’s these new blue jeans. Whose jeans are they? Julie: Uh, they’re mine. Sorry.
Possessives Adjective These are my gloves. These are your jeans. These are my your his her our their socks.
Possessives Adjective my your his her our their + noun.
Possessives Adjective This is + possessive adj.+ singular noun. These are possessive adj.+ plural noun. my your his her our their + noun (singular / plural)
Possessives Pronouns These gloves are mine. These jeans are yours. These socksare mine yours his hers ours theirs
Now, let’s do exercise in part A. Number 1 and 2.
Possessive: Names Pat Pat’s blouse /s/ Julie Julie’s jeans /z/ Rex Rex’s T-shirt /iz/
Now, let’s do exercise in part A again. Number 3 and 4.
My T-shirt is yellow. A. Listen to these people describe their clothes. Number the pictures from 1 to 4.
Listen and practice. It’s spring in Brazil! It’s warm. It’s very sunny. It’s summer in Korea! It’s raining. It’s hot and humid.
Listen and practice. It’s fall in the U.S.! It’s cool. It’s very cloudy and windy. It’s winter in Russia! It’s snowing. It’s very cold.
It’s very cold! Pat: Oh, no! Julie: What’s the matter? Pat: It’s snowing, and it’s very cold. Julie: Are you wearing gloves? Pat: No, they’re at home. Julie: Well, you’re wearing your coat. Pat: But my coat isn’t warm. And I’m not wearing boots! Julie: OK. Let’s take a taxi. Pat: Thanks, Julie.