PREMIERES

http://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/grammar-vocabulary/grammar-videos/comparative-and-superlative-adjectives

 

 

Curly hair : cheveux bouclés

wavy hair : cheveux ondulés

a shirt : une chemise

to wear clothes : porter des vêtements

a skirt : une jupe

les pommettes : cheek-bones

a V-neck shirt : débardeur

bald : chauve

bold : audacieux

picture 1 : she has short black curly hair, a green sweater with stripes and jeans and she’s wearing red shoes. She has a beautiful smile and brown eyes.

The stars and stripes

picture 2 : she has long wavy black hair, she’s wearing a white sweater and light blue jeans- She’s wearing trainers (sneakers). Her nose is quite big.

Picture 3 : She has short blond hair. She’s wearing a pink cardigan and a black pleated skirt.

WHAT DOES SHE LOOK LIKE ? Aspect physique

WHAT IS SHE LIKE ? Personnalité

homework for Tuesday : Workbook Unit 1B pp. 6-7

homework for Thursday : RECITATION vocabulary : Describing People+Things you wear+

IV p. 164 to be-to cut

TO BRING : APPORTER

talkative, quiet

friendly, unfriendly

generous, mean

kind, unkind

lazy, hard-working

funny, serious

clever, stupid

shy, extrovert

  1. the idea of the experiment is to find the right partner for a single woman.
  2. She’s a 25 year-old web designer, she’s half Spanish, half English

 

http://www.grammar-quizzes.com/8-5.html

The past simple tense in English is used to describe finished actions and events in the past.

Past simple

Pronunciation if regular.

went
Spent
Wanted id
Stayed d
Knew
Sunbathed d
Walked t
Forgot

Games with Going to and will

 click here too

Games about numbers and here too

For the link regarding about, please follow this : http://www.macmillandictionary.com/dictionary/british/about

 

example of irregular verbs test

French INFINITIVE PAST SIMPLE PAST PARTICIPLE
Devenir Become Became become
Apporter Bring brought brought
Construire Build built built
Attraper catch Caught caught
Tomber Fall Fell fallen
Sentir, ressentir feel Felt felt
Oublier Forget forgot forgotten
Grandir Grow grew grown
écrire Write Wrote written
Porter (un vêtement) wear Wore worn
Nager Swim swam swum
Voir See saw seen

reminder : you are supposed to know all the irregular verbs (p. 164) by the end of the autumn break.

conversation:

ESL Gold website)

1. Find a picture from a book or magazine.

  • Describe the picture to your classmate.
    For example,
  • In this picture, there are two trees.
  • They are playing guitar.

I think they will choose something in the menu.

2. Draw a picture of a anything you like (house, room, class), describe your picture to your partner.
For example,

  • On the right side of the room, there is a bed.
  • On top of the desk, there is a computer.
  • Next to the desk, there is a tall lamp.

3. Ask questions about a picture or drawing.
For example,

  • Are there people or objects in this room?
  • What are these people doing?
  • How many objects are there?
  • I think they’re having a geography class.
  • What is (that) (next to the blackboard)?
  • It looks like a landscape.

 

LAB: Click on this link

On utilise le présent simple en anglais pour indiquer :

  1. une activité habituelle : she’s always on time.
  2. une routine : He goes every morning to school at 7:00 am
  3. une généralité, une vérité générale : the tree loses its leaves once a year,Man eats meat, vegetables and fish. Mankind is omnivorous.
  4. Pour former la négation et l’interrogation, on se sert de l’auxiliaire do/don’t
  5. Pour cet usage du present simple, on utilise des adverbes de fréquence :
  6. Ces adverbes se placent avant le verbe principal (I never answer when people call me Thomas), mais après le verbe to be ( I’m never late) )
  • always
  • usually
  • often
  • sometimes
  • hardly ever
  • never
  • every day
  • twice a week
  • once a year, a month

On utilise le présent continu pour indiquer :

  1. Pour marquer des événements en train de se dérouler au moment où l’on parle
  2. Pour décrire des événements ponctuels à un moment donné dans le présent.
  3. Pour décrire un objet ou un tableau

Attention : les verbes d’état ou de sentiment (non-action verbs) tels que

  • want
  • need
  • like

s’utilisent toujours au présent simple.

 

the song: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gNaDvAYC0Jw

the « lyrics »: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dqb7xqyfTbg (now the instrumental for Karaoke)
another « version » : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nUyARPef9sE

and this one, not as original, but can still be fun
1. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPxTWt2wkIQ
2. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7NTDdwY4t-k
3. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5QF0WZ3uEpo

Have fun.

L’ordre des mots dans les questions en anglais :

Les questions en anglais se posent en général à l’aide d’un ‘esclave’, l’auxiliaire do (au présent) ou did (au past simple).

L’ordre des questions est le suivant :

1) Dans le cas de questions nécessitant une réponse par oui ou non :

Auxiliaire-Sujet-verbe (ASV): ex : Do you like zucchinis ? Yes, I do// No I don’t.

2) On emploie également des ‘question words’ (mots interrogatifs) pour des questions nécessitant des réponses plus circonstanciées :

Question Word-Auxiliaire-Sujet-Verbe (QASV). Ex : how far is the school from your house?it’s quite far, 5 km at least !

3) Attention, dans le cas de questions avec le verbe être, qui est également un auxiliaire, on inverse simplement l’ordre des mots comme suit :

Phrase affirmative : He is late today.

Phrase interrogative : Is he late today ?

What does she look like ?

What is she like ?

HOMEWORK FOR NEXT TUESDAY, SEPT.9TH :

READING EXERCISE 2 P. 6 in student book.

HOMEWORK FOR SEPT. 4TH: WORKBOOK UNIT 1 A PP. 4-5 including translation in your language of the useful phrases.

LAB CLASS: GO TO PAGES:

1) question words practice and this one (oup.com)

2) present simple practice exercises  and that one

3) when you’ve finished, go to the games section and have fun!

 

Reminder:

Question Word
(accompagnied sometimes, How long, how often, how many…)

Auxiliary

S subject

V(infinitive)

 and also check these  LINKS (MACMILLAN) OR THIS ONE(englishexercises.org)

 

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