Bài 1: Chào mừng - Phần 3 - Tính từ sở hữu (có Script)

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Read and Repeat:

Now, let's preview Possessive Adjectives. Here are some examples:

That woman is her aunt.

My aunt's last name is Burnett.

The children love their grandfather.

Your uncle is on holiday.

So, let's preview these examples:


Possessive Pronouns show possession. Now, let's look at the chart to help you remember. Please look at the monitor:


Very good. Let's preview possessive adjectives:


Silvija, where does your uncle live?

My uncle lives in Sarajevo. My family lives in Bonn.

Thank you.


Anna, what is your sister address?

She lives in Seville.



Alberto, I ask you how tall are you before. Another way to say it is what is your height?

My height is 1 meter 80 centimeters.

Ok, wonderful.


Silvija, who was your first teacher?

Her name was Barbara.

Ok, good.


Alberto, what is your second language?

Well, I guess it's English.



Anna, who was your first English teacher?

His name was James.




Very good everyone. Now, not for the first time, it's is time for Look and listen:

I love my first teacher.

My second sister is 12 years old.

Their brother is in his third year at university.

This is the one hundredth time I am telling you this!


Read and repeat:


Simple Present Tense

Now the last thing we will preview today is the Simple Present Tense. In the beginning, we previewed the Simple Present Tense of the verb To Be. Now, let's look at some other verbs:

My father works eight hours a day.

I have 13 cousins.

John's grandfather lives near the bank.

Her sister works in a store.


Let's preview our examples:


The Simple Present Tense gives statements of fact.

I run every weekend.

You run every weekend.

She runs every weekend.

We run every weekend.

Finally. They run every weekend.


Let's preview our examples:


So you see third person singular, we add an "S" for regular verbs. And most verbs follow the same pardon as Run.


Other examples, other verbs To HAVE and To DO. Here we want to look at To HAVE and To DO. These verbs for example follow a different or irregular pardon. Let's look at some examples:

You have a job.

Larry has a job.

I do my homework with my sister.

He does his homework with his sister.


Let's preview these examples of these irregular verbs:


Allright. Now, let's practise. Tell us 2 things about your grandmother using The Simple Present.


Silvija, your sentences please?

My grandmother is nice. My grandmother has a cat.

Very good.


Anna, what are your sentences?

My grandmother walks to the park on Sartuday. She always cooks for my granfather.

Very good.


And Alberto, your sentences please?

My grandmother likes to shop. My grandmother goes to bed early.


Very good everyone.


Now, it's time to Look and listen:

Anne has two kids.

Leonardo loves to go to Florence on holiday.

The children always play with their cousins.

Clark lives near his aunt.


Read and repeat:

Now, let's look at the Simple Present Tense in negative and question form. Here are some examples:

Does Lou live on that street?

Here's a question right.


No, he doesn't live on that street.


Allright, let's look at this example:


Next example:

Do you have a new job?

Answer could be:

No, I don't have a new job.


Ok, let's preview this example:

Next question:

Does she know today is a holiday?

No, she doesn't know.

Allright, question is...


Ok, continuing with questions and negatives. For example:

Do we need a new secretary?

No, we don't need one.

Allright, the question is...


Allright, when we ask a question we use the helping verbs DO or DOES. In a negative respond, we use the same helping verb in a different form DON'T or DOESN'T.

Ok, we need to look at some more examples:

Don't you work at the school?

So you can begin a question with a negative.

Answer is:

No, I don't.


Allright. Next example:

Doesn't she have 4 brothers?

Yes, she has 4 brothers.


Now, let's practise. I want to ask you some questions

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Mr. Tin - 25/08/2011 15:15

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