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Compounds of Some, any, no, every
Transcript of Compounds of Some, any, no, every
Thank you for your attention!
And one more thing...
A: Are we going ANYWHERE this summer?
B: No, We Can't go ANYWHERE, We are short of cash
A: I don't know about you, But I am going SOMEWHERE!
B: Is there ANYTHING for lunch?
C:I don't think so, there isn't ANYTHING on teh table and there's NOTHING in the refrigerator
B: ok, mom.
what si the difference between anywhere and somewhere?
A: Im hungry. Does ANYBODY/SOMEBODY/NOBODY have a sandwich?
B: Sure,I have EVERYTHING/NOTHING/SOMETHING to give you. It is SOMEWHERE/ANYTHING/ANYWHERE in my kitchen. wait a minute, here is the cheese sandwich.
A: Thank you, but I don't like cheese, Do you have ANYTHING/SOMETHING/SOMEWHERE else?
B: no, I'm sorry, I have NOTHING/SOMETHING/ ANYTHING more
1. READ THE EXAMPLES
3. READ AND CHOOSE THE CORRECT WORD
2. Complete the table
the compound of ANY in interrogative and negative sentences.
the compound of SOME in affrimative.
the compound of NO have a negative meaning and you use it in affirmative.
Look at the ideas below and decide what you are going to do tomorrow, then answer Student B's question
GO ON A TRIP- TAKE AN EXAM, TAKE PART IN A COMPETITION- HAVE A BIRTHDAY PARTY.
Ask Student A about what he is going to do tomorrow, Then wish him/her something. EX:
B: Are you going to do anything tomorrow?
A:Yes , Im going on a trip to Greece.
B: is anyone coming with you?
3. Oral Practice