GRAMMAR: SHE/HE or HER/HIS

When to use She / He or Her / His properly:

She 

+      VERB

HE 

Her 

+       NOUN 

His 

 

I.E. She likes dogs. (She + Verb ..)

He loves her. (He + Verb..)

I.E. Her dogs are cute. (Her + Noun ..)

His girlfriend is beautiful. (His + Noun ..)

THE WEATHER

  • Vocabulary: The weather

 

  1. Cold /kould/
  2. Hot /hot/
  3. Warm /wo:rm/
  4. Sunny /’sani/
  5. Snowy /’snouwi/
  6. Icy /’aisi/
  7. Windy /windi/
  8. Foggy /f’ogi/
  9. Cloudy /kl’audi/
  10. Rainy /’reini/

 

  • Answer the questions:

 

  1. What is the weather like?

It is  _______________________________________________ (weather)

  1. What is / are your favourite weather?

My favourite weather is / are _______________________________ (weather)

 

  1. Complete:
  • _ u _ _ _
  • W_ n _ y
  • C _ l _
  • I _ _
  • _ o _
  • F _ _ _ _
  • _ a _ _ _
  • _ _ o w _
  • C _ _ u _ _
  • W _ _ _

SUBJECT PRONOUNS + VERB TO BE

  • GRAMMAR: Subject pronouns

 

  1. I /ai/
  2. You /ju:/
  3. He /hi:/
  4. She /shi:/
  5. It /it/
  6. We /wi:/
  7. They /thei/

 

  • Verb to be: (Am, are or is)

 

  1. Am /aem/
  2. Are /ar/
  3. Is /iz/

 

  • Affirmative (+): Subject pronouns + Verb to be

 

  1. I am (I’m)
  2. You are (You’re)
  3. He is (He’s)
  4. She is (She’s)
  5. It is (It’s)
  6. We are (We’re)
  7. They are (They’re)

 

  • Negative (-): Subject prounoun + Verb to be + NOT

 

  1. I am not (I’m not)
  2. You are not (You aren’t)
  3. He is not (He isn’t)
  4. She is not (She isn’t)
  5. It is not (It isn’t)
  6. We are not (We aren’t)
  7. They are not (They aren’t)

 

  • YES / NO Question (?): Verb to be + Subject prounouns + ? (question mark)

 

  1. Am i?
  2. Are you?
  3. Is he?
  4. Is she?
  5. Is it?
  6. Are we?
  7. Are they?

 

  • Short answers:

 

  1. (+) Yes, I am / (-) No, I’m not
  2. (+) Yes, you are / (-) No, you aren’t
  3. (+) Yes, he is / (-) No, he isn’t
  4. (+) Yes, she is / (-) No, he isn’t
  5. (+) Yes, it is / (-) No, it isn’t
  6. (+) Yes, we are / (-) No, we aren’t
  7. (+) Yes, they are / (-) No, they aren’t

NUMBERS

Vocabulary: Numbers (1 to 99)

 

  • 0. Zero /z’irou/
  1. One /wun/
  2. Two /tu:/
  3. Three /thri:/
  4. Four /fo:r/
  5. Five /faiv/
  6. Six /siks/
  7. Seven /s’even/
  8. Eight /eit/
  9. Nine /nain/
  10. Ten /ten/
  11. Eleven /il’even/
  12. Twelve /twelv/
  13. Thirteen /the:rt’ti:n/
  14. Fourteen /f’o:rt’i:n/
  15. Fifteen /fift’i:n/
  16. Sixteen /sikst’i:n/
  17. Seventeen /sevent’i:n/
  18. Eighteen /’eiti:n/
  19. Nineteen /naint’i:n/
  20. Twenty /tw’enti/
  21. Twenty one /tw’enti wun/
  22. Twenty two /tw’enti tu:/
  23. Twenty three /tw’enti thri:/
  24. Twenty four /tw’enti fo:r/
  25. Twenty five /tw’enti faiv/
  26. Twenty six /tw’enti siks/
  27. Twenty seven /tw’enti s’even/
  28. Twenty eight /tw’enti eit/
  29. Twenty nine /tw’enti nain/
  30. Thirty /th’u:rti/
  31. Thirty one /th’u:rti wun/
  32. Thirty two /th’u:rti tu:/
  33. Thirty three /th’u:rti thri:/
  34. Thirty four /th’u:rti fo:r/
  35. Thirty five /th’u:rti faiv/
  36. Thirty six /th’u:rti siks/
  37. Thirty seven /th’u:rti s’even/
  38. Thirty eight /th’u:rti eit/
  39. Thirty nine /th’u:rti nain/
  40. Forty /f’o:rti/
  41. Forty one /f’o:rti wun/
  42. Forty two /f’o:rti tu:/
  43. Forty three /f’o:rti thri:/
  44. Forty four /f’o:rti fo:r/
  45. Forty five /f’o:rti faiv/
  46. Forty six /f’o:rti siks/
  47. Forty seven /f’o:rti s’even/
  48. Forty eight /f’o:rti eit/
  49. Forty nine /f’o:rti nain/
  50. Fifty /f’ifti/
  51. Fifty one /f’ifti wun/
  52. Fifty two /f’ifti tu:/
  53. Fifty three /f’ifti thri:/
  54. Fifty four /f’ifti fo:r/
  55. Fifty five /f’ifti faiv/
  56. Fifty six /f’ifti siks/
  57. Fifty seven /f’ifti s’even/
  58. Fifty eight /f’ifti eit/
  59. Fifty nine /f’ifti nain/
  60. Sixty /s’iksti/
  61. Sixty one /s’iksti wun/
  62. Sixty two /s’iksti tu:/
  63. Sixty three /s’iksti thri:/
  64. Sixty four /s’iksti fo:r/
  65. Sixty five /s’iksti faiv/
  66. Sixty six /s’iksti siks/
  67. Sixty seven /s’iksti s’even/
  68. Sixty eight /s’iksti eit/
  69. Sixty nine /s’iksti nain/
  70. Seventy /s’eventi/
  71. Seventy one /s’eventi wun/
  72. Seventy two /s’eventi tu:/
  73. Seventy three /s’eventi thri:/
  74. Seventy four /s’eventy fo:r/
  75. Seventy five /s’eventy faiv/
  76. Seventy six /s’eventy siks/
  77. Seventy seven /s’eventi s’even/
  78. Seventy eight /s’eventi eit/
  79. Seventy nine /s’eventi nain/
  80. Eighty /’eiti/
  81. Eighty one /’eiti wun/
  82. Eighty two /’eiti tu:/
  83. Eighty three /’eiti thri:/
  84. Eighty four /’eiti fo:r/
  85. Eighty five /’eiti faiv/
  86. Eighty six /’eiti siks/
  87. Eighty seven /’eiti s’even/
  88. Eighty eight /’eiti eit/
  89. Eighty nine /’eiti nain/
  90. Ninety /n’ainti/
  91. Ninety one /n’ainti wun/
  92. Ninety two /n’ainti tu:/
  93. Ninety three /n’ainti thri:/
  94. Ninety four /n’ainti fo:r/
  95. Ninety five /n’ainti faiv/
  96. Ninety six /n’ainti siks/
  97. Ninety seven /n’ainti s’even/
  98. Ninety eight /n’ainti eit/
  99. Ninety nine /n’ainti nain/

SPELLING: BRITS & AMERICANS WORDS

  • Different spelling but meaning and pronunciation will not change!

BRITISH           /        AMERICAN 

1. Centre         /           Center

2. Behaviour      /         Behavior

3. Humour      /       Humor

4. Authorise   /      Authorize

5.  Recognise     /        Recognize

6. Symbolise    /     Symbolize

7. Spelt        /      Spelled

8. Programme      /      Program

9 . Kerb         /       Curb

 

 

 

6 BOOK EXPRESSIONS

  1. Every trick in the book: It means you do everything to achieve something; 

i.e. I have tried every trick in the book to help you!

2. In my book: It means in my opinion;

e.g. I would not do that in my book.

3. By the book: It means follow the rules;

i.e. Soccer is played by the book.

4. Don’t judge a book by its cover! 

e.g. A) I am not going to eat it.  B) Don’t jugde a 

book by its cover. You have not even tried. Eat it.

5. Bookworm: It is a person who likes to read; 

i.e. I am a bookworm. I love to read!

6. Hit the books: It means ”study”. 

e.g. I have got to hit the books today. There is a text tomorrow!

 

VOCABULARY: JOB & WORK

  • For job or work:
  1. Temporary job: It means only a short contract;

i.e. For 3 months.

2. Permanent job: It means it can work till you decide whether you stay or not. 

e.g. I will work all my life.

  • (Temporary # Permanent) = opposite. 

3. Full-time job: It means it will usually work 35 hours a week. (Uk);

e.g. She will work in a full-time job here;

4. Part-time job: It will only be working a few hours a week.

i.e. I have got two jobs now because of working in a part-time job in the morning.

 

 

 

4 COMMOM MISTAKES

  1. Please! = In the wrong context. When giving or offering someone something.

i.e. I’II give it to her, please!!*

2. Forming questions incorrectly!

i.e. How is they?*

3. pronunciation ofTH‘!

i.e. I fink so.* ( = thing)

4. Mixing up Present perfect with Past Simple. 

i.e. I have been to Peru last year; *

e.g. I have went there. *

  • * It means that it is incorrectly.