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  1. B E G I N N E R E N G L I S H L E V E L 2 P R E S E N T A T I O N 5
  2. P H O N I C S – V O W E L D I P H T H O N G S ‘oo’ sound room boom cocoon moon gloom mood food hoot spoon poor cool books baboon raccoon soon good wood look cook foot wool noon roof proof tool root scoop toothbrush
  3. P H O N I C S – V O W E L D I P H T H O N G S ‘eu’ sound adieu deuce feud milieu Euro neural neuter fleury auteur eulogy queue pseudo feuding neuron sleuths neutron ‘ou’ sound acoustic coupon group croup goulash soup troupe recoup regroup routine soup wound through youth mousse youth
  4. P H O N I C S – V O W E L D I P H T H O N G S ‘ui’ sound cruise juice fruit suit recruit suitable sluice ruin bruise suitor suitcase bruit ‘ue’ sound clue due true avenue barbecue revue ensue cue argue issue pursue queue rescue subdue tissue revenue
  5. C O N S E R VAT I O N Practical Exercise 1: Listen to the video and answer the questions in the worksheet for Presentation 5.
  6. B A L A N C E D D I E T - M E A L S breakfast lunch fruit juice coffee toast egg bacon salad pizza sandwich apple
  7. B A L A N C E D D I E T - M E A L S Supper/Dinner vegetables meat roast chicken sausages savory dish French fries soup corn potatoes broccoli fresh beans peas carrots
  8. B A L A N C E D D I E T - S E N T E N C E S I eat egg and bacon on toast for breakfast. I also enjoy a cup of coffee. My favorite lunch is a sandwich with cheese, tomato and lettuce on it. I also drink fruit juice and eat a fruit. Dinner is the best meal of the day. I enjoy a savory meat dish and salad.
  9. T E S T Y O U R K N O W L E D G E 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 Practical Exercise 2: Choose the correct word for each image. Complete the exercise in the worksheets for Presentat
  10. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - N O U N S Countable and Uncountable Nouns Nouns that can be counted are Countable Nouns (banana, apple) and can be therefore be pluralized (bananas, apples). Uncountable nouns are amounts of something, which we cannot count (money, ice). Examples of countable nouns: shirts, cats, dogs, toes, fingers, ideas, lies, books Examples of uncountable nouns: rice, gunpowder, air, wine, dirt, flour, ink, music, sand, water, wine, pepper, juice
  11. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - N O U N S What can we do to find out whether a noun is countable? * If a noun is countable, we can use the indefinite articles a/an before it: I read a book. I eat an orange. *If a noun is countable, we can use ‘many’, ‘more’, or ‘most’ to describe it: She has many friends. *If a noun is countable, we can express quantity before the noun: I have three aunts. *If a noun is countable, it takes on singular or plural forms. an orange / some oranges / five oranges
  12. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - N O U N S What can we do to find out whether a noun is uncountable? *A noun is uncountable if you cannot use a/an in front of it. He is drinking some wine. (You cannot say: He is drinking a wine.) Wine is an uncountable noun, ‘some’ (which can be used for both countable and uncountable nouns) is used with it. *A noun is uncountable if the word ‘much’ can be correctly used before it. How much flour do we need? (You cannot say: How many flour do we need?) *A noun is uncountable if you cannot count it. However, we can make it countable by having a quantity for it. I have just bought two cartons or liters of milk. (You cannot say: I have just bought two milk.) *A noun is uncountable if it takes only a singular form. some dirt (You cannot say: some dirts) / some ice (You cannot say: some ices) / some soup (You cannot say: some soups) Practical Exercise 3: Complete the exercise in your worksheets for Presentation 5.
  13. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - P R O N O U N S Reflexive pronouns Reflexive pronouns are words that end in -self or -selves such as myself, yourself, and themselves. They are used to show that the subject of the sentence that performs an action is the same as the object that receives the action; that is, the subject acts on itself as expressed by the verb in the sentence. The subject of the sentence has to be a personal pronoun for a reflexive pronoun to refer back to the subject. The reflexive pronoun acts as the direct object. It can also be an indirect object.
  14. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - P R O N O U N S There are eight reflexive pronouns. None of these are used as the subject of a sentence. Each personal pronoun has a corresponding reflexive pronoun which is formed by adding –self to the singular and –selves to the plural pronouns, as shown in the following table. Example: Sometimes I think to myself that it is time to lose some weight. PERSONAL PRONOUNS REFLEXIVE PRONOUNS SINGULAR PLURAL SINGULAR PLURAL FIRST PERSON I We myself ourselves SECOND PERSON You You yourself yourselves THIRD PERSON He They himself themselves She They herself themselves It They itself themselves Practical Exercise 4: Complete the exercise in worksheet for Presentation 5.
  15. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - P R O N O U N S The subject and the object are the same person. The antecedent subject pronoun comes first, and the reflexive pronoun refers to it. If we don’t use the reflexive pronoun, the meaning changes, as shown by this example. Examples: She baked herself a birthday cake. She baked her a birthday cake. (The second sentence says she baked a birthday cake for someone else.) Besides those in the tables above, there is another reflexive pronoun: oneself. Examples: One has to improve oneself all the time. One shouldn’t expect others to behave in the same way as oneself.
  16. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - V E R B S Position of verbs If a sentence begins with a phrase (underlined), the subject typically follows the verb. Examples: 1. Across the mountain and through the narrow valley was a dried-up stream. (The subject stream comes after the verb was.) 2. Waving to passing trains is his hobby. (The subject hobby comes after the verb is.)
  17. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - V E R B S Sometimes a sentence can be reversed without affecting its meaning if the subject and its object are the same. Examples: 1. That monkey was the one that snatched her bag. The one that snatched her bag was that monkey. 2. My uncle is the village’s only professional wrestler. The village’s only professional wrestler is my uncle. In most questions, the verb comes before the subject. Examples: 1. Is she ready to go? (The subject she comes after the auxiliary verb is.) 2. Do you want to come along? (The subject you comes after the helping verb do.) Practical Exercise 5: Complete the exercise in the worksheet for Presentation 5.
  18. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - A D V E R B S Adverb of manner An adverb of manner tells us how something is done or happens. Most adverbs of manner end in –ly such as badly, happily, sadly, slowly, quickly, and others that include well, hard and fast. Examples: • The brothers were badly injured in the fight. • They had to act fast to save the others floating on the water. • At the advanced age of 88, she still sang very well.
  19. R E A D T H E S T O R Y A balanced Diet Most doctors say you should consume three meals a day. This is part of a balanced diet. The three meals are breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They say that breakfast is the most important of the day. Fruits, eggs, and bread are typical breakfast food. Most people drink coffee or hot tea for breakfast. Breakfast is the first meal of the day. Lunch is a super important meal. When you eat the right kind of food at lunch will help you stay full and alert. Sandwiches are often eaten at lunch. Sometimes people eat egg and avocado sandwiches, salad with chicken, chopped Quinoa salad with cranberries. Lunch is the second meal of the day. They say that diner allows family and friends to come together. Dinner is in the evening. People eat many different things for dinner. Here is a list of traditional meals people eat for dinner: rice and beans, pasta, chicken, and salad. Dinner is the last meal of the day. All over the world people eat meals differently. Regardless, food is an important fuel for the body. Practical Exercise 6: Read the story and answer the questions in the worksheet for Presentation 5.
  20. S P E L L I N G T E S T Learn the spelling words on Slides 2, 3, and 4 the ‘oo’, ‘eu’, ‘ou’, ‘ui’ and ‘ue’ sounds. Complete the test in Practical Exercise 7 in your worksheets for Presentation 5. Click on the icon below. Listen carefully and pause the audio and write the word.