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f2f ele unit 8 review

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Talking on the phone.
All in a day's work
A costumer
A message
A meeting
A company
A letter
A conference
Vocabulary
A contract
Match the word to the picture
A costumer
A conference
A meeting
A contract
Present continuous .....
We use the present continuous to talk about things happening now.
ex. I am watching TV.
Present continuous structure= be+verb+ing
ex. I am Playing tennis.
Positive and negative
Positive
Negative
Verb+ing
Verb+ing
I'm ( 'm= am)
I'm not
You/we/they're
('re = are)
He/she/it's
('s = is)
You/we/they aren't
(aren't = are not)
He/she/it isn't
(isn't = is not)
Structure of present continuous questions:
Question word
What is Tommy doing?
Auxiliary
Subject
Verb+ing
In other words ..
Go by bike
Go by plane
Go on foot
Go by car
Go by boat
Go by train
Cycle
Drive
Fly
Sail
Walk
Take the train
Present simple
The present simple
The present continuous is used to talk about things happening now.
We use
usually, sometimes, often, always, normally, hardly ever, etc ..
I normally go to work by bus.
Do you take the bus to school?
I visit my mom every Monday.
Present continuous
In present continuous we use am, are and is.
We usually use these words in present continuous: now, today, at the moment.
I'm going to school today.
I'm watching TV.
He is playing tennis
Linking
Find the consonant-vowel linking in these sentences.
What do you think of my new dress?
The traffic isn't moving at all.
Asking to speak to people
Hello, can I speak to Maria, please?
Hi, is this Tom Andrews?
Saying who you are.
This is Laura from Direct TV.
It's Ashley speaking.
Calling back ..
I'll call you later.
Can I call you back?
Other useful phrases
I got your message.
Call me on my cellphone.
Fill in the blanks
Hello, this is Marta Stewart's ____________.
Please leave your ___________ after the tone.
The ________ you called is not available.
______ again later.
Voice mail, Message, Person, Try
voicemail
Message
Person
Try
Choose the correct phrase.
Hello
I want to/can I
speak to Emily.
Hold on/ Stop
a moment, I'll get her.
Hello,
It's/I'm
Emily, can I help you?
Hold on
Can I
It's
Swim
Ski
Surf
Windsurf
Drive
Ride a horse
Sing
Cook
Sail
What do you like to do ?
Things to remember!
We use adjectives to describe nouns. Usually, they come before the noun.
ex, He is a
great
friend.
We use adverbs to describe verbs. These usually come after the verb.
She speaks English
fluently
.
Spelling rule
Most adverbs: Add -ly to the adjective
Adjective
Adverb
Bad
Badly
Adjectives ending in -y: y turns into I and add ly
Easy
Easily
Irregular adjective
Good
Well
Write the adverbs
Happy
Happily
Sad
Sadly
Careful
Carefully
Honest
Honestly
The end!
Where are you going?
Small town
go by car
The beach
go by plane
things that happen every day/week/month.
Do /Does
in present simple questions.
Frequency
calling
talking
meeting
Walking
It's
optional
Word bank
wow that's a
lot of messages.
I live happily in France.
She feels sadly because her dog died.
We are working carefully on the project.
They travel honestly.
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