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INTERMEDIATE REINFORCEMENT 1

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GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Form:
{subject+have/has+past participle}
I have eaten
You have eaten
He
has
eaten
She
has
eaten
It
has
eaten
We have eaten
They have eaten
I have not eaten
You have not eaten
He
has
not eaten
She
has
not eaten
It
has
not eaten
We have not eaten
They have not eaten
Have I eaten?
Have you eaten?
Has
he eaten?
Has
she eaten?
Has
it eaten?
Have we eaten?
Have they eaten?
Positive
Negative
Questions
Contraction: I've eaten. I haven't eaten
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Present Perfect
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Form:
[Subject+ Have/has + been + present participle]
I have been eating
You have been eating
He has been eating
She has been eating
It has been eating
They have been eating
We have been eating
I have not been eating
You have not been eating
He has not been eating
she has not been eating
It has not been eating
They have not been eating
We have not been eating
Have I been eating?
Have you been eating?
Has he been eating?
Has she been eating?
Has it been eating?
Have they been eating?
Have we been eating?
Positive
Negative
Question
Present Perfect Progressive
COMPARATIVES &
ITS RULES
COMPLETING
IDEAS
Wh questions
What...?
Where...?
When...?
Who...?
Which...?
Why...?
Who...with...?
How...?
How long...?
How many...?
How much...?
How often...?
Review stars/goal/melody and have all students practice the repetitions
AUTOMATIC
Fluency
?
Linking words:


60 seconds non-stop
Get in couples, you have one minute to discuss a question for today using the tense learned.

1.
2.
3.
CHAMPIONS
BE THE

Recovery
TIME
Discipline check
S1
S2
COMPETITION
FROM RULES
TO CONVERSATION
Make groups and win the following game!
Be a champion before the weekend!
Write a list of 20 adjectives and have students apply the rules.
You have 15 minutes to learn the rules of the comparatives!
APPLY THE
RULES
COMPARATIVES &
EXERCISES
Complete the following exercises
You have 5 minutes to complete the following paragraph!
Coach: make trios and ask them to create a conversation using comparatives. Check spelling of comparatives, request them to write it down on their notebooks! 10 minutes!
Coach: Read the instructions and set the expectations.
Example:
Student 1: which is better, Telus or TP?

Student 2: I think that Telus is better than Tp because they have greater bonuses, also their facilities are bigger and more professional.

Student 3: No, I think TP is better because their enrollment process is faster than the one of Telus, etc.
VS

FROM CONVERSATION
TO DEBATE
Make couples. They will create a debate among the different topics. You decide which it can be: sports (soccer vs Basketball), religion (Christians or Evangelics), countries (USA vs Germany), food (pizza vs. hamburgers), travel (beach vs. mountain), call centers, etc.
Speaking (10 minutes)

Coach: Read the instructions and set the expectations.
Example:
Student 1: I think that soccer is better than voleyball because it is more interesting also because it has more viewers all around the world.

Student 2: No, actually voleybal is more interesting and has more action than soccer, soccer is just people running for a ball, and voley needs more planning and strategy than soccer.
VS
SUPERLATIVES &
ITS RULES
You have 15 minutes to learn the rules of the comparatives!
SUPERLATIVES &
EXERCISES
Complete the following exercises
Write a list of 20 adjectives and have students apply the rules. 10 MINUTES MAX
APPLY THE
RULES
Comparative adjectives are used to compare differences between the two objects (larger, smaller, faster, higher). They are used in sentences where two nouns are compared.
Structure:
Noun (subject) + verb + comparative adjective + than + noun (object).
ONE SYLLABLE ADJECTIVES
Add -er for the comparative. If the adjective has a consonant + single vowel + consonant spelling, the final consonant must be doubled before adding the ending.

TWO SYLLABLES
Adjectives with two syllables can form the comparative either by adding -er or by preceding the adjective with more. For adjectives ending in y, change the y to an i before adding the ending.

happy - happier/ busy - busier
tilted - more tilted/ tangled - more tangled


Tall - Taller/ Fat - Fatter/ Big - Bigger


IRREGULAR ADJECTIVES
These very common adjectives have completely irregular comparative forms.
Good- Better/ Bad - Worse/ Little - Less/ Much -More

Complete the following exercise by adding the correct comparative.

Bikes are ----------- than cars (cheap)
January is ---------- than June (cold)
My sister is ----------- than my brother (thin)
Sue is ----------------- at English than me (good)
Hares are--------------- than tortoises (fast)
My shirt is -------------- than hers (colourful)
Alan's eyes are ---------- than Peter's (big)
Mount Everest is --------- than K2 (high)
Football is --------------- than tennis (popular)
Paula's hair is ------------- than Martha's (long)
My girlfriend is ------------ than Rose (pretty)
Elephants are --------------- than giraffes (heavy)
Read the story and fill out the blanks spaces with the correct comparative.

My friend Harry

There is a new student in my class. His name is Harry. He is tall, handsome, and thin.
He is really _______ (tall) and _____ (handsome) than the other boys in my class. I like him! He is British but now, he lives in Salamanca. Salamanca is ______ (big) than Harry's town, Bath, and there are _______ (interesting) places to visit. He likes walking through the Major Square because it is ______ (clean) than some parks in the city. But, he hates Salamanca weather in winter. It is ____ (cold) than in England!!

Exercise 2:

Matt: My phone is working ______ than (badly) ever!
And it’s ____ (old) all the other phones I see, too. I want a _________ (modern) phone.
Lara: Take a look at my phone. It was _____ (cheap) my last phone, and I’m much ______ (happy) with it.
When I’m traveling, I listen to music ______ (often) I do when I’m at home, so I wanted a phone with a _____ (big) memory card.
Matt: Wow, it’s much _____ (nice) mine! The screen is a lot _____ (large), too. I want one like that!
Lara: Yeah, you need a big screen, because you watch videos on your phone ______ (frequently) I do.


1. good
2. pretty
3. far
4. bad
5. small
6. expensive
7. nice
8. old
9. comfortable
10. young

Complete with a superlative adjective and all the necessary words.
1. London is ...................................... (large) city in England.
2. Cheetahs are ................................ (fast) animals in the world.
3. Whales are ..................................... (big) animals.
4. San Francisco is ......................................... (beautiful) city in the United States.
5. Summer is .......................................(good) season of the year.
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