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1 PUTTING ENGLISH TO WORK 1: UNIT 5 TELL ME ABOUT YOUR FAMILY In this unit you will learn: THESE LIFE SKILLS: Identify family members Ask for and give marital status Identify school personnel THIS VOCABULARY: The family School personnel School locations THIS GRAMMAR: Verb: HAVE Possessives: Possessive Adjectives: Sylvie s husband Are they married? She s the office clerk. wife, brother, children principal, teacher cafeteria I have a sister. Mia s father is from Mexico. my, your, his, her

2 Vocabulary: The Family Exercise 1: Match the words and pictures. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. k. l. g 1. brother 4. father 7. husband 10. sister 2. children 5. grandfather 8. mother 11. son 3. daughter 6. grandmother 9. parents 12. wife Putting English to Work 1 [rev. 11/07] 2 Unit 5

3 Listening from the Video Unit 5 Page 3 Exercise 2: Listen to the sentences from the first It s Your Turn in the video. Write the number of the sentence under the correct picture. Exercise 3: Practice the conversations below. 1. a. Is she single? b: Yes, she is. 2. a: Are they married? b: Yes, they are. 3. a. Are they divorced? b: Yes, they are. 4. a: Is she widowed? b: Yes, she is. Putting English to Work 1 [rev. 11/07] 3 Unit 5

4 Exercise 4: Complete the sentences below. Use the words in the box. divorced single widowed married 1. Roger and Isabel aren t married now. They are. 2. She isn t married. She is. 3. She is very sad. She is. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Smith are very happy. They are. The Family Putting English to Work 1 [rev. 11/07] 4 Unit 5

5 Exercise 5: Look at the family tree. Circle the correct answers. 1. Does John have a sister? a. Yes, he does. b. No, he doesn t. 2. Do Sharon and Patrick have grandchildren? a. Yes, they do. b. No, they don t. 3. Does Jeff have a wife? a. Yes, he does. b. No, he doesn t. 4. Do Mark and Sylvie have children? a. Yes, they do. b. No, they don t. 5. Is Jeff single? a. Yes, he is. b. No, he isn t. 6. Are Mark and Sylvie married? a. Yes, they are. b. No, they aren t. Exercise 6: Look at the family tree again and complete the sentences. Use the words from Exercise 1. John: I m John. (1) I have one. Her name is Mary. Mark and Sylvie are my (2). My (3) is Sharon and my (4) is Patrick. Sylvie: Hi. I m Sylvie. Mark is my (5). I have two (6). John is my (7) and Mary is my (8). Sharon is my (9) and Patrick is my (10). I have only one (11). She is married to Jeff. She is Jeff s (12). Putting English to Work 1 [rev. 11/07] 5 Unit 5

6 Exercise 7: Answer the following questions with YOUR information. 1. Are you married or single? 2. Do you have any brothers or sisters? 3. What is your mother s name? 4. Do you have any children? 5. What are their names? More Vocabulary: School Personnel and School Locations Exercise 8: Match the school personnel with their locations. 1. teacher library 2. janitor principal s office 3. office clerk cafeteria 4. principal 1 classroom 5. librarian office Putting English to Work 1 [rev. 11/07] 6 Unit 5

7 Exercise 9: Look at the pictures and answer the questions. Use the vocabulary from Exercise 8 on page 6. Example: Is he the librarian? No, he isn t. Who is he? He s the principal. PRINCIPAL Where is he? He s in the principal s office. 1. Is she the office clerk? Who is she? Where is she? 2. Is she the janitor? Who is she? Where is she? 3. Is she the teacher? Who is she? Where is she? Putting English to Work 1 [rev. 11/07] 7 Unit 5

8 Grammar: HAVE in the Present Tense Affirmative Negative I You We They have a sister. I You We They do not have a sister. He She has a sister. He She does not have a sister. No Contraction Contraction I You We They do not have children. I You We They don t have children. He She does not have children. He She doesn t have children. Exercise 10: Look again at the family tree on Page 4. Complete the sentences with have, has, don t have, or doesn t have. 1. Mark and Sylvie two children. 2. Jeff a wife. 3. Sharon and Sylvie husbands. 4. Sylvie a granddaughter. 5. John a grandfather. Putting English to Work 1 [rev. 11/07] 8 Unit 5

9 Possessive Adjectives and Nouns Subject Pronouns I have a sister. You are married. He is the janitor. She has a son. We have two children. They have a daughter. Possessive Adjectives My sister is a librarian. Your husband is a principal. His name is Mr. Jones. Her son is married. Our children are teachers. Their daughter is married. Exercise 11: Complete the sentences with my, your, his, her, our, or their. 1. I have a son. son is married. 2. We are married. last name is Smith. 3. You are a mother. children go to school. 4. They have a daughter. daughter is divorced. 5. He is married. wife is an office clerk. Exercise 12: Complete the sentences like the examples in the boxes. This is Bill. This is Carol. Bill and Carol are married. Carol is Bill s wife. Bill is Carol s husband. 1. Who is Carol? Carol is. Jorge has a father. His name is Enrique. Enrique is Jorge s father. Jorge is Enrique s son. 2. Who is Enrique? He s. 3. Who is Jorge? He s. Putting English to Work 1 [rev. 11/07] 9 Unit 5

10 Life Skill: Using a Calendar Exercise 13: Read the information below. Then write it on the calendar. 1. Back-to-School Night is on Thursday, February 19 th at 7:00 p.m. 2. Presidents Day is on Monday, February 16 th. 3. Parent-Teacher Night is on Wednesday, February 25 th at 5:00 p.m. 4. School begins on Monday, February 9 th. 5. The Science Fair is on Saturday, February 28 th at 10:00 a.m. FEBRUARY SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Back-to-School Night 7:00 p.m Putting English to Work 1 [rev. 11/07] 10 Unit 5

11 Narrative Reading Ms. Kennedy s Family Ms. Kennedy is the school principal. She has a good job. She isn t married. She is widowed. She has two sons and one daughter. Her son, Eric, is single. Her son, Bruce, is married. Bruce doesn t have children. Her daughter, Veronica, is married. Veronica has two children. Jessica is Ms. Kennedy s granddaughter. Her grandson s name is Ben. Ms. Kennedy doesn t have any brothers. She has two sisters. Exercise 14: Write T if the sentence is TRUE or F if the sentence is FALSE. 1. Ms. Kennedy is the school principal. 2. Ms. Kennedy is married. 3. Ms. Kennedy has three children. 4. Her sons are Bruce and Eric. 5. Veronica is widowed. 6. Ms. Kennedy is a grandmother. 7. Ms. Kennedy has a brother. Putting English to Work 1 [rev. 11/07] 11 Unit 5

12 Unit 5 Putting English to Work 1 UNIT REVIEW (Each item=1 point) Fill in the blanks. Use the items in the word box. has librarian married classroom Their husband doesn t have wife Her single 1. Are they single or married? They are. 2. Who is she? She is a. 3. Where is she? She is in the. 4. How many children does he have? He one son. 5. John isn t married. John a wife. 6. Maria is a grandmother. daughter has two children. 7. They have a son. son s name is Alberto. 8. Bill and Anna are married. Bill is Anna s. Turn page over Number correct and percentage score (circle one) 10=100% 9=90% 8=80% 7 or fewer: no credit Student name Date Initials PE1/Unit 5

13 Unit 5 Putting English to Work 1 9. Write the following information on the calendar. Parent-Teacher Night is on Thursday, June 12th at 6:30 p.m. JUNE SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Circle the sentence that is NOT correct. a. I have two sisters and one brother. b. What is your father s name? c. Do you have any grandchildren? d. He don t have any children

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