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1 Unit 2. This is my job Exercise 1 a. Look at the photos and match them with the correct words from the box: An architect - an artist - a bank clerk - a dentist - a doctor - an electrician an engineer - a teacher - a journalist - a judge - a lawyer - a nurse a police officer - a secretary - a housewife/husband - a shop assistant a student - a traffic warden - a computer programmer retired unemployed A. _ D. _ G. _ B. _ E. _ H. _ C. _ F. _ I. _ Read and listen to the dialogue: LISTENING 2 Teacher: Angela, what s your job? Angela: I m a receptionist. Teacher: And your boyfriend? Is he a receptionist, too? Angela: No, he s not. He s a businessman. Teacher: Ken, what s your job? Ken: I m a waiter. Teacher: And your friend, Helen? What s her job? Ken: She s a shop assistant. 1

2 Exercise 2 a. Complete the sentences with the correct job. policewoman receptionist doctor waiter hairdresser electrician shop assistant businessman What s his job? He s a 2. What s her job? She s a 3. What s his job? He s a 4. What s her job? She s a 5. What s her job? She s a 6. What s her job? She s a 7. What s his job? He s a 8. What s his job? He s an Listen and check your answers LISTENING 3 POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES This is my daughter. ADJETIVOS POSESIVOS She is in her office. 2

3 Is this your book? I ve got their phone number. PERSONAL PRONOUNS PRONOMBRES PERSONALES POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES ADJETIVOS POSESIVOS I Yo My Mi You Tú Your Tu She Ella Her Su (de ella) He Él His Su (de él) It Ello Its Su (de ello) We Our Nuestro You Your Vuestro They Their Su (de ellos) Las formas my, your, her, his, its, our, their no cambian. Son las mismas para sustantivos en singular y en plural. e.g. Here s my book./ Aquí está mi libro. Here are my books./ Aquí están mis libros. La forma its no lleva apóstrofo. e.g. The cat likes its food./ Al gato le gusta su comida. NOT The cat likes it s food. Exercise 3 a. Complete the sentences with a possessive adjective. 1. My name s Stephen. 5. We are in Class 3. teacher is Bob. 2. Sara, please turn off mobile phone. 6. She s French, but mother is English. 3. The students are from Italy. names 7. name s Ian. He s from Scotland. are Susanna and Tito. 8. I m Mike. family are from Dublin. 4. London is famous for red buses. 3

4 b. Write the questions. 1. you how are? How are you? 2. his what s name? 3. German mother is her? 4. from your are where parents? 5. surname Zablowski is your? 6. spell do how your name you? A/AN: INDEFINITE ARTICLE A/AN: EL ARTÍCULO INDEFINIDO It s a present./ Es un regalo. It s a lovely day./ Hace un día maravilloso. Utilizamos a delante de consonantes. e.g. Are you a doctor? Here s an orange./ Aquí está una naranja. He s an old man now./ Él es un anciano ahora. Utilizamos an delante de vocales. e.g. I m an English teacher. Utilizamos a/an delante de profesiones. e.g. He s a musician. NOT He s musician. No utilices a/an con plurales. e.g. They are doctors. NOT They are a doctors. Exercise 4 Complete the sentences using a/an. 1. It s a new book. 6. He s waiter. 2. She s an English teacher. 7. It s ugly house. 3. Are you student? 8. Here s ticket for the play. 4. Britain is island. 9. He s good worker. 5. They are at restaurant. 10. It s not easy language. 4

5 PLURAL NOUNS SUSTANTIVOS EN PLURAL One dog Two dogs One apple Two apples One boy Two boys Para transformar un sustantivo singular en plural, le añadimos s. Los sustantivos que acaban en consonante y, cambian la y por i y añaden es. One baby Two babies One dictionary Two dictionaries DEMONSTRATIVE ADJECTIVES ADJETIVOS DEMOSTRATIVOS This book is really good. That house is beautiful. These chips are cold. What are those birds? CLOSE TO THE SPEAKER CERCA DEL HABLANTE FAR FROM THE SPEAKER LEJOS DEL HABLANTE SINGULAR THIS ESTE THAT ESE PLURAL THESE ESTOS THOSE ESOS Exercise 5 a. Write about the pictures. Use the words in the box: book dictionary cat chair pen apple 5

6 b. Write these sentences in the plural. 1. That waiter is Japanese. Those waiters are Japanese. 2. This is a Spanish dictionary. 3. This hairdresser is from England. Read the advertisements. 4. That student is Greek. 5. What is this? Are you an English teacher? Please phone for an interview. Telephone: BABYSITTER For 5 year old Please phone Sandra. Telephone: Receptionist For Doctor s Surgery Phone: for an interview. 4 WAITER For new London restaurant Age: Good for student Telephone: Match the people to the advertisements. Angela Caruso Alberto Romero Carmen Ortega Janet Wilson AGE JOB Student, Receptionist Student, Waiter Student, Babysitter English teacher, writer NATIONALITY Italian Spanish Mexican English 1. Advertisement is for because. 2. Advertisement is for because. 3. Advertisement is for because. 4. Advertisement is for because. 6

7 DAYS OF THE WEEK DÍAS DE LA SEMANA Los días de la semana llevan delante la preposición on. e.g. My birthday is on Monday./Mi cumpleaños es el lunes. Se escriben siempre con letra mayúscula. Para hablar de rutinas y frecuencia les ponemos delante every. e.g. I go to the gym every Thursday./Voy al gimnasio todos los jueves. Para decir el fin de semana, usamos at the weekend. JOBS 1. A student 2. A bank manager 3. A hairdresser 4. A shop assistant 5. A footballer 6. A nurse 7. A doctor 8. An engineer 9. A politician 10. A builder 11. A pilot 12. A lawyer 13. A musician 14. An actor 15. A police officer 16. A receptionist 17. A waiter 18. A secretary 19. A housewife 20. A journalist 21. HE S RETIRED! 7

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