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MOuse in the city

hides

climbs

looks

city

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lucky

smells

runs

jumps

mouse

nibbles

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What do you think this story is about?

Are the pictures in the book real or not real?

What do real things need to live?

I gave my mother a flower on her birthday.
I use flour to bake a cake.

flower

flour

Homophones - words that sound the same

blew

blue

Homophones - words that sound the same

won

one

Homophones - words that sound the same

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b, c, d, f, g, h, j, k, l, m, n, p, q, r, s, t, v, w, x, z

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Rhyming words

house

mouse

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lucky

looks

-ouse

mouse

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What do you think this story is about?

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What do you think this story is about?

New Concept English Book 2

What do you think this story is about?

New Concept English Book 2

What do you think this story is about?

What happened to the boys in the night?

What do you think this story is about?

A foreigner asks you the way from the airport to your school. Explain it to her.

A foreigner asks you the way from the airport to your school. Explain it to her.

There is… When we want to say that something exists in a particular place, we use the structure there is. In there is sentences, we put the subject after the verb. Unlike with it is, there is sentences have a clear subject that we want to speak about. For example, we can say "there is snow outside," "there is a hole in my sock" and "there is a mouse in the kitchen." We cannot say "it is snow outside," because "snow" is already the subject of the sentence. We only use it when the sentence has no subject. We also cannot say "it is a hole in my sock" or "it is a mouse in the kitchen." In the above examples, it would be possible to say "snow is outside," "a hole is in my sock" and "a mouse is in the kitchen." However, it is more typical to use the alternate structure "there is…" because this structure emphasizes the location where the subject is located. When we want to speak about more than one subject, we use the plural structure there are. Examples: There is an apple in the fridge. (An apple is in the fridge.)

New Concept English Book 2

Lesson 26 Part 1

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The Best art critics

What do you think is happening in this picture?

There is… When we want to say that something exists in a particular place, we use the structure there is. In there is sentences, we put the subject after the verb. Unlike with it is, there is sentences have a clear subject that we want to speak about. For example, we can say "there is snow outside," "there is a hole in my sock" and "there is a mouse in the kitchen." We cannot say "it is snow outside," because "snow" is already the subject of the sentence. We only use it when the sentence has no subject. We also cannot say "it is a hole in my sock" or "it is a mouse in the kitchen." In the above examples, it would be possible to say "snow is outside," "a hole is in my sock" and "a mouse is in the kitchen." However, it is more typical to use the alternate structure "there is…" because this structure emphasizes the location where the subject is located. When we want to speak about more than one subject, we use the plural structure there are. Examples: There is an apple in the fridge. (An apple is in the fridge.)

He complained that his food was cold.

complaint - someone says they are not happy with something

What complaints do you think a hotel manager has to take care of?

It is… All sentences in English must have a subject. However, sometimes it is more convenient to use just one word. In these times, we use the word it. The verb forms that go with it are the same as the verb forms that go with other pronouns such as he and she.

There is… When we want to say that something exists in a particular place, we use the structure there is. In there is sentences, we put the subject after the verb. Unlike with it is, there is sentences have a clear subject that we want to speak about. For example, we can say "there is snow outside," "there is a hole in my sock" and "there is a mouse in the kitchen." We cannot say "it is snow outside," because "snow" is already the subject of the sentence. We only use it when the sentence has no subject. We also cannot say "it is a hole in my sock" or "it is a mouse in the kitchen." In the above examples, it would be possible to say "snow is outside," "a hole is in my sock" and "a mouse is in the kitchen." However, it is more typical to use the alternate structure "there is…" because this structure emphasizes the location where the subject is located. When we want to speak about more than one subject, we use the plural structure there are. Examples: There is an apple in the fridge. (An apple is in the fridge.)

There is… When we want to say that something is in a place, we use there is. In there is sentences, we put the subject after the verb. There is sentences have a clear subject. We can say "There is snow outside," "There is a hole in my sock". We can't say "It is snow outside," because "snow" is already the subject of the sentence. We only use it when the sentence has no subject.

There is… When we want to say that something exists in a particular place, we use the structure there is. In there is sentences, we put the subject after the verb. Unlike with it is, there is sentences have a clear subject that we want to speak about. For example, we can say "there is snow outside," "there is a hole in my sock" and "there is a mouse in the kitchen." We cannot say "it is snow outside," because "snow" is already the subject of the sentence. We only use it when the sentence has no subject. We also cannot say "it is a hole in my sock" or "it is a mouse in the kitchen." In the above examples, it would be possible to say "snow is outside," "a hole is in my sock" and "a mouse is in the kitchen." However, it is more typical to use the alternate structure "there is…" because this structure emphasizes the location where the subject is located. When we want to speak about more than one subject, we use the plural structure there are. Examples: There is an apple in the fridge. (An apple is in the fridge.)

When we want to speak about more than one subject, we use - there are. In the past, we use - there was and there were, and in the future - there will be or there is/are going to be.Example: There is an apple in the fridge. (An apple is in the fridge.)

There is… When we want to say that something exists in a particular place, we use the structure there is. In there is sentences, we put the subject after the verb. Unlike with it is, there is sentences have a clear subject that we want to speak about. For example, we can say "there is snow outside," "there is a hole in my sock" and "there is a mouse in the kitchen." We cannot say "it is snow outside," because "snow" is already the subject of the sentence. We only use it when the sentence has no subject. We also cannot say "it is a hole in my sock" or "it is a mouse in the kitchen." In the above examples, it would be possible to say "snow is outside," "a hole is in my sock" and "a mouse is in the kitchen." However, it is more typical to use the alternate structure "there is…" because this structure emphasizes the location where the subject is located. When we want to speak about more than one subject, we use the plural structure there are. Examples: There is an apple in the fridge. (An apple is in the fridge.)

There Is vs. There Are: How to Choose? Look at the noun that follows it. Use there is when the noun is singular (“There is a cat”). Use there are when the noun is plural (“There are two cats”).

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she could stay with us.

When might you have to send a message in a bottle?

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Many verbs are followed by one specific preposition. These combinations are called prepositional verbs. It is important to study them.“He listens to rock music.” (Correct — the prepositional verb is not separated, and the object comes directly after the preposition.) “He listens rock music .” (Incorrect — the verb “listens” requires a preposition to connect to its object, rock music.)

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What do you think is happening in this picture?

New Concept English Book 2

Lesson 20 Part 1

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One Man in a boat

bill

pub

landlord

bill

pub

landlord

Today we will read a story about a woman who couldn't find her handbag.

see me = speak to me

These can be hard. I don't think you should know them. It's always a joy when you do.Many are idioms and you wouldn't know them without hearing them often.

Don't be afraid to try.Finding the correct word is difficult when you don't know the word.It's just for practiceto make your skills better.

if is a word to say something may or may not happen

something will happen in the present or the future
present tense verb
main clause -never use shall/ will here

If it is sunny, we'll go to the park.

John said no.

said means someone said some wordsIt can be used without an indirect object.It can be used with an (!) exclamation mark.

said told

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DO

I told the old man that I was new to town.

He told me that he was busy.

told is a verb that needs an object in the sentence. It is used to tell information.

said told

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3. An apostrophe is added to the end of plural words ending in -s. parents'

2. Plural words not ending in -s. children's

add a -'s. Bonnie's

1. Singular words

words

once a month

in the street

and always asks

and a glass of beer

at every house

for a meal

he calls

He calls at every house in the street once a month and always asks for a meal and a glass of beer.

Do you think this story is true? Why/Why not?

Who is Percy Buttons?

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Wha

Wha

Today we will listen to a story about a man who wanted to send some postards.

Today we will listen to a story about a man who wanted to send some postards.

a) The simple past describes actions that have already happenedb) The regular past is formed by adding -ed (climbed, passed)verbs ending in -e, add only a -d (died, saved)verbs ending in a consonant + -y change to -i then add -ed.

The simple past (regular and irregular verbs)

Verbs

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Lesson 2 Part 2

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Breakfast or Lunch?

When do people visit friends and relatives in your country?

What do you usually have for breakfast?

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frequency= timeauxillary verb= changes or helps another verbadverb=qualifies a verb expressing place, time, etc.

A Private Conversation

Lesson 1 Part 2

Listen and Repeat

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Because they were talking so that he could not hear the actors.

Why did the writer complain to the people behind him?

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A Private Conversation

Lesson 1 Part 3

Homework Review

Before lunch he read the letter quickly in his office.
This morning I borrowed a book from the library.
He planted a tree in the corner of the garden.
He left immediately.
He opened the door quietly.
The children played games quietly in their room yesterday.

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