- DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES (WHAT S THIS / WHO S THAT)

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1 9 TH GRADE ENGLISH DOSSIER EJE 1: HI, I M PETER - TO BE VERB (PERSONAL INFORMATION) - DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES (WHAT S THIS / WHO S THAT) - POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES (MY, YOUR, HIS, HER ) I. VERB TO BE I m a student. My name is Bart. I am 10 years old. My sisters are Lisa and Maggie. I m american. I m from Springfield. My favourite sport is skateboarding My father is a supervisor in a nuclear plant and my mother is a housewife. We use the verb to be To give personal information: My name is Bart Simpson. I am american. I m from Springfield. To indicate our position or role at school, work, in our family, etc.: I m a student. My father is a supervisor in a nuclear plant. My mother is a housewife. My sisters are Lisa and Maggie. To say our age: I m ten years old.

2 Study the chart below: EXERCISES 1. Write the short form (she s / we aren t, etc.) 1) She is She s 2) It is not 3) They are 4) We are 5) I am not 6) You are not 2. Write am, is, or are 1) The weather is nice today. 2) I not a doctor. 3) This bag heavy. 4) My brother and I not very good football players. 5) Ana at home. Her children at school. 6) He is a a taxi driver. His sister a student.

3 3. Read about Bart Simpson again, then write about you. 4. Write about your friend. SHORT ANSWERS Am I tall? Yes, I am. No, I m not. Are you Is He She It a student? Yes, he / she / it is. No, he / she / it isn t. Are We You They doctors? Yes, we / you / they are. No, we / you / they aren t.

4 5. Answer the questions. Is it a mouse? Are they cats? Yes, it is. No, they aren t. They are dogs. Are you a teacher? Is it a bird? Are you doctors? Is Pam a student? Is Tom at home? Are they photos?

5 6. Write: is - isn t - are - aren t as in the example: Ann Steve Mario Lily John Kim Student Teacher Student Teacher Student Doctor Exa English England Italian American England Japanese mpl e: Ann London London Rome New York Liverpool tokyo is ten year s old. 1) Ann, Mario and John students. 2) Steve a doctor. 3) Lily and Kim students. 4) Steve and John English. 5) Kim Japanese. She from Tokyo. 6) Mario Italian. 7) Steve from London and John from Liverpool. 8) Lily American. She from New York. 9) Lily and Kim twenty-five years old. 10)Mario twelve and John thirteen.

6 7. Look at exercise 6. Then ask and answer as in the examples: 1) Ann / a doctor.. Is Ann a doctor?. No, she isn t a doctor. She is a student. 2) Mario and John / students. Are Mario and John students? Yes, they are. 3) Lily / American. 4) Kim / London 5) Susan and Steve / teachers. 6) Ann and Mario / English. 7) Steve / New York 8) Kim / a student. 9) Steve / a doctor. 10)John / thirteen years old.

7 II. DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES Study the chart below. NEAR FAR This is a car. That is a car. SINGULAR These are boys. Those are boys. PLURAL We use demonstrative adjectives with or without a noun (car, boy, pencil, house, etc.) With noun: This car is new. Who are these boys? Without noun: That is a new car. Who are those? (those people). this / that + is + singular noun these / those + are + plural noun Who? = People What? = Objects

8 We can make the following questions: What s this? This is an apple. Who are these children? These are the new students. Who s that girl? That girl is the new student. What are those? Those are new cars.

9 EXERCISES 1. Make questions and answers using: this that these those. Look at the examples. 1) 2) What s this? This is a cake What are these? These are cakes 3) 4) (a hamburger) 5) 6) (a peach) 7) 8) (a candy)

10 9) 10) (a tomato) 11) 12) Who s that? That s my sister Julie. Who are those? Those are my cousins. 13) 14) (my family) (my mother) 15) 16) (the english teacher) (my friends)

11 III. POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES Look at the chart Pronouns Possessive Adjective Examples I My My name is Peter. You Your Your classroom is big. He His His brother is tall. She Her Her bag is on the table. It Its Chile is famous for its wines. We Our Our car is new. You Your Your jobs are interesting. They Their Their names are Peter and John. For each pronoun there is a possessive adjective. We use possessive adjectives to indicate that something belongs to us. We use my / your / his, etc. + a noun (sustantivo) Examples: My name - His hands - Your room - Our house 1. Complete each sentence with: my - your - his - her - our - their 1) Mary and family live near me. 2) Mark is eight but sister is twelve. 3) My daughter is thirteen years old but son is ten. 4) We are from Portugal but parent are from France. 5) They live in the city. flat isn t very big. 6) That is a big garden. flowers are beautiful.

12 2. Look at the family tree, and complete the sentences with : his - her - their. Ann Tom Mary John Robert Alice Paula Tommy 1) I see Ann with her husband, Tom. 2) I see Mary and John with children. 3) I see John with wife, Mary. 4) I see Robert with sister, Alice. 5) I see Mary with brother, Robert. 6) I see Ann and Tom with son Robert. 7) I see Alice with parents. 8) I see Paula and Tommy with parents.

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