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ADVANCED FIVE (A05F)

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Count
One
cellphone
is
ringing.
Each
cellphone
has
a different price.
Every
cellphone come
s
with headphones.
One
cellphone
is
ringing.
Every
cellphone come
s
with headphones.
Each
cellphone
has
a different price.
One
Each
When do we use these quantifiers
Both
kids are my neighbors.
Two
kids
are
playing soccer.
We need
a couple of
microphones.
Two
kids
are
playing soccer.
Both
kids are my neighbors.
We need

a couple of

microphones.
When do we use these quantifiers
Two
Both
A couple of
To talk about
two objects
or more (
Plural nouns
)
We ate
several
hamburgers.
The teacher has
few
working hours this month.
We ate
several
hamburgers.
Several
The teacher is happy because she has
a few
working hours.
Nouns
One
Each
Every
Two
Both
A couple of
Several
Few
A few
Many
A great many
Non-count
Nouns
We have
little

time
to study for the exam.
We have
a little

time
to continue practicing.
Both
Count
Non-count
No
All

people

are friendly.

He has
no
pet
s
.

There are

some

book
s

on the table.

I have

a lot of
/
lots of

chair
s
.

There are

plenty of

shoe
s

here
.

He doesn't have

any

pet
s
.

We have

enough

kid
s
.

Most

people

are friendly.

He has
no

time
.

Most

money
comes from fathers.

There is
some

milk
on the table.

All

money
comes from fathers.

I have
a lot of/lots of

jewelry
.

There is
plenty of

bread
here.

He doesn't have
any

time
.

We have
enough

food
.

Enough
All
Most
Plenty of
A lot of/lots of
Some
Any
There's
a great deal of

traffic

in Lima
He does
n't
have

much

love

to share.
I don't wear shirt
s
.
I don't eat
sugar
.
Does she have
clothing
?
Does she have
friend
s
?
For
questions
and
negative
sentences
many
non-count nouns.
much
Little
A little
A great deal of
Much
Many
/
Much
many
much
many
much
Quantifiers
She has
a great many
books.
There aren't
many
cars outside.
(not) many
A great many
When do we use these quantifiers
We use
a few
to make

positive statements.
We use
few
to make

negative statements.
A few
Few
COUNT NOUNS
(PLURAL)
+
When do we use these quantifiers
?
We use

a little

to make

positive statements.
We use

little

to make

negative statements.
A little
Little
NON-COUNT NOUNS
(SINGULAR)
+
When do we use these quantifiers
?
To say that there's a big quantity of something.
MUCH

A GREAT DEAL OF
NON-COUNT NOUNS
(SINGULAR)
+
count nouns
Remember that for
count nouns in plural
you have to use the
If you talk about
non-count nouns
or
singular nouns
, you have to use the
singular
form of the
verb.
plural
form of the
verb.
There aren't
many
cars outside.
What's the difference between
hoping
and
expecting
something to happen?

Hope:
a feeling of desire for something to happen.
Expect:
you believe something is going to happen that way.
I
hope
he calls me.
The boss
expects
you to call her.
Let's play a little game :)
The first pair who puts the sentences in order wins.
1. my teacher old math smelly
2. black small box Turkish a old
3. man a heavy friendly young
4. tall our headmaster boring
5.wooden dark a table long
6. arts nice teacher our French
7. new a perfect system
8. 18th century a Scottish fantastic castle
9. spoilt boy nasty a little
10. green-eyed gorgeous black-haired a girl
Yesterday I bought this

ball.
I love the new
video

game
.
The
soccer
field
is better now!
My
math

teacher
is cool.
noun
noun
head
modifier
...head noun
We can use adjectives or noun modifiers to modify the...
Remember that there's usually a

fixed order

which is...
www.
OSAS.com
fantastic
small
new
round
black
Peruvian
leather
soccer
What happens when the

noun modifiers
are in the same category?
I saw a
leather
,
cotton
jacket yesterday.
I've met so many
upper-class
,
Chinese
guys.
That's a
beautiful
,
great
,
interesting
movie.
If it's in the
same category
,
separate
the adjectives with
commas
.
Material
Origin
Opinion
The order doesn't matter.
That bed
has 5 legs
.

They are songs
that

win awards
.

That girl
looks weird
.

It's a shirt
that

costs 10 dollars
.

It's a story
related to
love.
That's a
They are
She's a
It's a
Compound modifiers...
... plural nouns used as modifiers become singular
...they are generally hyphenated (-)
What's your favorite movie? why?
Adjective Clauses with
Prepositions; Adjective Phrases

Jack is the boy
with

whom
Jenny fell in love.
He is the singer
whose
songs I listen
to
.
He is the singer
to

whose
songs I listen.
Jason built the house
which
we grew up
in
.
Jason built the house
in

which
we grew up.
Jack is the boy
whom
Jenny fell in love
with
.
Jack is the boy
----
Jenny fell in love
with
.
Jason built the house
----
we grew up
in
.
Jack is the boy
that
Jenny fell in love
with
.
Jason built the house
that
we grew up
in
.
He is the singer
----
songs I listen
to
.
Jack is the boy
with

that
Jenny fell in love.
Jason built the house
in

that
we grew up.
So...
Preposition
+
relative pronoun
= formal
to
whose
with
whom
in
which
R.P.

+
Preposition at the end
= less formal
whom
......
with.
that
......
with.
Ø
......
with.
* Whose

cannot be omitted!
People
Things
Both
Whom
Which
Whose
Quantifiers
+
of
+

relative pronoun
The students in this class are advanced.
Most of them
are present today.
The students in this class, are present today, are advanced.
His movies are interesting.

Three of them

won Oscars.
His movies, won Oscars, are interesting.
I have ten friends.
All of their houses
are white.
I have ten friends, are white.
most of
three of

all

of
noun + of + which
= formal
Citrus fruits are delicious.
Examples of citrus fruits
are lemons and oranges.
Citrus fruits ,
are lemons and oranges
, are delicious.
I love to watch animated movies.
A good example is UP
.
I love to watch animated movies,
is UP
.
* Between commas!!!...
or
at the end.
a good example of which
examples of which
Let's shorten the

adjective clauses

to

adjective phrases
Adjective clauses...

... a group of words that
include a
subject

+

verb
Adjective phrases...

... a group of words that

do
NOT
include a

subject
+
verb
The woman,
who is
wearing a red scarf, is from Brazil.
The woman,
wearing
a red scarf, is from Brazil.
With the verb
BE
ABC is the group,
which is

represented by Al
.
I love anyone
who is

interested in Peru
.
Hachiko is a movie
which was

based on a real story
.
If the
adjective clause
needs
commas
, then the
corresponding phrase
needs
commas, too
.
With
other verbs
Hamburgers,
which

include
cheese, are my favorite.
The person
who

participates
more wins!
He plays video games
that

contain
cartoons.
includ
ing
participat
ing
contain
ing
* Between commas!!!...
or
at the end.
(
refers to
things
only
)
Passive Voice
be

+
Past Participle

1. People
drink

a lot of water
.
2. The police
caught

the criminal
.
3. My mom
prepared

the food
.
4. I
was crying
so bad!
5. A lot of people
died
in the accident.
6. She
walked
to the park today.
Transitive
Intransitive
1. People
drink

a lot of water
.
2. The police
caught

the criminal
.
3. My mom
wrote
that book
.
3.
That book

was written
(by my mom).
1.
A lot of water
is drunk
(by people).
2.
The criminal

was caught
(by The police).
Transitive verbs

can be followed by an object

Intransitive verbs
CANNOT
be followed by an object

4. I
was crying
so bad!
5. A lot of people
died
in the accident.
6. She
walked
to the park today.
4. So bad
was being cried
by me!
5. In the accident
were died
a lot of people.
6. To the park today
was walked
by her.
My favorite writer many books.
writes
wrote
is writing
will write
is going to write
has written
Many books (by my favorite writer.
are
Verb
“be”
imitates the tense of the
active main verb
main verb
always in the
Past participle
have been
are going to be
will be
are being
were
written
Corresponding tense
My favorite writer many books.
can write
must write
had better write
should have written
will never write
can be
will never be
should have been
had better be
must be
Verb
“be”
imitates the tense of the
active main verb
Many books (by my favorite writer).
main verb
always in the
Past participle
written
have (got) to
had better
have to
must
ought to
should
can
could
will
be going to
can't
could
may
might
advisability
obligation
necessity
present and past ability
future events
future possibility
and impossibility
Who? What? to Whom?
John
sold
verb
sent
is passing
has given
to the police.
to Steve.
to Kenny.
to Lauren
A pair of headphones
were sold to
Lauren
.
Lauren
was sold
a pair of headphones
.
direct object
indirect object
A letter
was sent to
the police
.
The glasses
are being passed to
Steve
.
These scissors
have been given to
Kenny
.
The police
was sent
a letter
.
Steve
is being passed
the glasses
.
Kenny
has been given
these scissors
.
Objects
Be/Get passive
I
was
stolen.
She
was
promoted.
They
are
paid monthly.
I
got
stolen.
They
get
paid monthly.
She
got
promoted.
Robbers
are
wanted by police.
The truth
will be
known soon.
You
were
loved by her.
non-action (stative) verbs
Robbers
get
wanted by police.
The truth
will get
known soon.
You
got
loved by her.
Non-action (stative) verbs
are usually things we
feel
,
mental states
, or
verbs of ownership
(for example the verbs “
have
” or “
own
”).
We hired someone else to paint our house.


I will ask someone else to still the laptop.


She is making someone else cut her hair.


The mechanic changed the oil of my car.
When someone else does the action for you.
Have
/
Get
something
Verb
(Past Participle)
Passive
Causative
1. The flight attendant was handed a note.
8. Did he have 5800 dollars buried by an associate?
7. Jerry Thomas thinks that eventually his body will be found.
6. The cash must have been deposited there before the bands fell apart.
5. Cooper had to have been killed by the combination of weather...
4. The area has been searched but no trace of Cooper has been found.
3. Was he killed trying to commit the perfect crime?
2. Cooper has not been seen or heard from since that night.
Let's practice ;)
Someone gave a million dollars to Bill.


Someone sent a crazy letter to Beth.


The teacher shows exercises to the students.


Someone had told me a lie.

A million dollars
were given to
Bill
.
Bill was given
a million dollars
.
A crazy letter
was sent to
Beth
.
Beth
was sent
a crazy letter
.
Exercises
are shown to
the students
.
The students
are shown
exercises
.
A lie
had been
told to
me
.
I
had been told
a lie
.
Write the 2 forms of the passive voice using the
direct
and
indirect
objects.
We can use
BE
with and
verbs.
We use
GET
with
action
non-action
(stative)
action verbs only
.
is more
informal
and used in
conversations
and
informal

writings
.
Do you know of any public building that

should be repaired
?

Were
you
robbed
last year?

What
have
you
been given
by your parents your last 2 birthdays?

Do you think Machu Picchu
could've been created
by aliens?

What
had
you
been told
by your teacher before the exam?
Discuss these questions in pairs using the Passive voice.
Put the sentences in the correct order using the
passive voice
when necessary.
GET
non-action verbs.
Opinion
Size
Age
Temperature
Shapes
Colors
Origin
Nationality
Social Class
Material
Number + Noun
I wrote an article
I wrote a
I'm going on vacation
I'm going on a
There was a delay
There was a
of
5 seconds
.
for
three weeks
.
of
4 pages
.
Noun + Present Participle
That's an
That was a
That is a
country
where
people speak English
.
That
score

broke the record
.
Noun + Past Participle
I love eating
We should start using
We should start using
generators
that
are powered by wind
to cut costs.
I love eating
raisins
that are
dried by the sun.
Adjective + Past Participle
Reptiles are
That is a
Reptiles are creatures

with

cold blood.
That is a
problem

related to health
.
Each - Every - One
emphasizes individuality
emphasizes things in a group
1. I looked for her in ______ classroom.

2. He had an earring in ______ ear.

3. I bought ______ very expensive laptop.
every
each
one
Every
To talk about
singular count nouns
*
Verb in
singular
form.
She has
a great many
books.
Two - Both - A couple of - several - many - a great many
1. Show me _________ of your hands.

2. She has _____________________ CDs. She spent like $5,000 on them.

3. Wait for me! I just need ___________________________ minutes to finish.

4. Unlike my sister, I don't have __________ friends on Facebook.
a great many
both
a couple of
/
two
many
not enough
not enough
not enough
not enough
for
offers
and
requests...
some
1. Would you like _______ cookies?

2. Do you have _______ new magazines?

3. Can you buy _______ milk, please?
some
some
any
4-page
s
article.
three-week
s
vacation.
five-second
s
delay.
1. She is an intelligent
girl
who is
12 years old
!
She is an intelligent
12-year-old
girl!
2. We live in a
building
that has
4 stories
.
We live in a
4-story
building.
3. They had to write an
essay
of
3 paragraphs
.
They had to write a
essay.
3-paragraph
Remember!...
Adjectives don't have plural forms...
NO
S
a
hyphen
makes a difference!
English-speaking
country.
record-breaking
score.
wind-powered
generators to cut costs.
sun-dried
raisins.
-ing
-ed
-ed
creatures.
cold-blooded
problem.
health-related

It's a
5-legged
bed.
award-wining
songs.
weird-looking
girl.
10-dollar
shirt.
love-related
story.
but...
in

that
to

that
with

that
Irregular verbs have different rules.
Examples of irregular verbs are
take, give
, and
meet
.
Irregular verbs
,

Famous hotels are expensive!
An example of this kind of hotels is Marriott.
Famous hotels
,
have different rules.
examples of which are
take, give
and
meet
,

an example of which is Marriott
,
are expensive!
I have many toys in my room.
Most of them are new.




My two friends will travel to the U.S..
Both of them speak English perfectly.
My two friends
,
I have many toys in my room
,
most of
which are new.
both of
will travel to the U.S.
whom speak English perfectly
,
Whose

cannot be omitted
*


*
cheese, are my favorite.
more wins!
cartoons.
He plays video games

Hamburgers,
The person
represented by Al
.
interested in Peru
.
based on a real story
.
ABC is the group,
I love anyone
Hachiko is a movie
whom
which
whose houses
I don´t know how to repair cars, so I
´m having

mine

repaired
at the garage round the corner.
I really must
get

my eyes
tested
. I´m sure I need glasses.
I
will
have
She
is having
We
had
is getting
get
got
I
had
got
I can't fix this computer! I'll have to
get

it

checked
.
Who's doing the actions?
our house
painted
.
the laptop
stolen
.
her hair
cut
.
the oil of my car
changed
.
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