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Unit 0: Welcome to the class!

VOCABULARY

Dialogues 1, 2, 3 on page 4 and 5 and exercises 1,2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8and 9 on page 4 and 5:

• Verbs: - to Be, to look, to listen, to practise, to use, to match, to say, to work, to write, to tick, to do, to understand, to underline, to hear, to fill in, to open, to read, to check, to close, to put, to spell, to ask, tointroduce, to tell, to miss.

• Nouns: - welcome, the class, the name, the conversation, the teacher, the student, the word, the colour, the alphabet, the pair, the group, the letter, the instruction, the page, the question, the gap, the book, the article, the picture, the answer, the first name, the surname, the spelling, the summary, the day, the week, the order, the thing, the day, the week, thepronunciation.

• Colours: - red, green, blue, yellow, white, black, grey.

• Days of the week: - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday.

• To say Hello: - hello, hi.

• To say goodbye: - goodbye, see you, see you on Monday, bye.

• To introduce yourself: - I’m…, I am…, my name is…, my name’s…, it’s…

• When you meet someone for thefirst time: - Nice to meet you! – Nice to meet you too!

• To apologize: - Sorry!

• Adverbs: - today, tomorrow.

• To ask for the day:

- What day is it today?

- What day is it tomorrow?

• Basic questions you can use when you meet someone for the first time:

- What is your name? / What’s your name?

- What is your first name? / What’s yourfirst name?

- What is your surname / What’s your surname?

- How do you spell that?

• Basic phrases you can use when you meet someone for the first time:

- Hello my name is… / hi, my name’s…

- Hello, I’m Lin / hi, I am …

• Classroom instructions:

- Look at page ten.

- Answer the questions.

- Fill in the gaps.

-Open your book.

- Read the article.

- Match the words to the pictures.

- Check your answers.

- Work in pairs.

- Work in groups.

- Listen and practise.

- Don’t write.

- Close your book.

Unit 1: Meeting people.

VOCABULARY

1.A. Where are you from?

Ex. 3 page 6 (countries and nationalities)

• Countries:

-Brazil, Australia, Argentina, the USA, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Russia, the UK, Spain, Poland, Turkey, China, Japan, France.

• Nationalities:

- Brazilian, Australian, Argentinian, American, German, Italian, Mexican, Russian, British, Spanish, Polish, Turkish, Chinese, Japanese, French.

• Review vocabulary of the dialogue 1, 2, 3 and 4 on page 6 and 7.

• Basicquestions you can ask when you meet someone:

- How are you?

- And you?

- Where are you from?

- What’s your name, please?

- What are your names, please?

- Where’s he from?

- Where’s she from?

- Where are they from?

- Where are you from?

• Basic answers to the previous questions:

- I’m fine, thanks.

-I’m ok, thanks.

- I’m from …

- It’s …

- My name’s Joe Hill and this is Susan West.

- He’s from…

- She’s from…

- They’re from…

- We’re from…

• Subjects (pronouns): - I, you, he, she, it, we, they.

• Possessive adjectives: - My, your, his, her, our, their.

• More phrases to introduce someone to someone else:- Elena, this is …

1.B. in the coffee break.

* Verbs: - to take, to invent, to like, to know, to show, to copy, to begin, to complete, to cover, to test, to make, to remember, to find, to compare, to miss.

* Adjectives: - missing, main, famous, correct, true, English, unemployed, retired.

* Nouns: - the coffee, the break, the number, the partner, the hotel, the room, the phone, the...
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