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f2f ele unit 12 review
Transcript of f2f ele unit 12 review
Big and small
2,346 ( Two thousand, three hundred and forty six)
3.2(Three point two)
547(Five hundred forty seven)
34,500 ( Thirty four thousand, five hundred)
870( Eight hundred and seventy)
34.2(Thirty-four point two)
These numbers are big.
These numbers are small.
Superlatives are used to compare three or more things.
Comparatives are used to compare (2) things.
She is the biggest sister.
Her house is more expensive.
Type of adjective
Most 1 syllable adj.
1 syllable adj. ending in e
1 syllable adj ending in (cvc)
Double last consonant and add -est
2 syllable adj ending in -y
y -- i and add -est
Things to remember!
Before superlatives in sentences we use "the".
ex. Colombia is probably the best place in the world.
"The" + superlatives is the most common form.
Write the superlatives
Find the past participles
It is spring in the forest. The snow has gone, leaves have grown and the animals have woken up. Bruno the bear is still asleep. He doesn't know that it's spring. Then summer will come and Bruno won't be around. Then fall and winter again. Bruno has slept through all the seasons.
Present perfect; positive and negative
We use the present perfect to talk about experiences in life until now. We don't say when they've happened.
We can't use the present perfect if we say time.
I went to Jamaica in 2008.
I have been to Jamaica in 2008.
Positive: subject + auxiliary + Past participle
I have been to Mexico.
Negative: Subject + auxiliary(+not)+past participle
I haven't had vacations.
We use the present perfect to ask about people's experiences.
If the answer is yes, we use the past simple o ask for more information.
a) Have you ever been to her house?
B) Yes, I have.
C) Did you like it?
Structure for questions
Has he ever been to Australia?
Yes, I/you/we/they have.
No, I/you/we/they haven't.
Yes, it/he/she has.
No, he/she/it hasn't.
At the airport
At the check in desk
You might hear things like..
Can I have your ticket please?
Can I see your passport?
How many bags do you have?
Here's your boarding card.
Have a nice weekend.
See you in two weeks
send me an e-mail.
See you soon
What will you need?
How many steps are there?
When's the cheapest day?
A passport and a credit card.
There are 5 steps in the video.