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Unit 5 - conversation course - objects vocabulary

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Unit 5 - conversation course - objects vocabulary

  1. 1. Unit 5 - Objects Vocabulary CONVERSATION COURSE - BASIC
  2. 2. A / AN = UM, UMA (artigo indefinido) (estamos falando de algo ou alguém de forma não-específica) Ex.: My family has a dog
  3. 3. • a man • a pencil • a computer Com som de consoante usar “a”
  4. 4. • an oven • an orange • an upgrade Com som de vogal usar “an”
  5. 5. Quando o ‘h’ é pronunciado usamos ‘a’; • a horse • a hotel • a hot-dog
  6. 6. Quando o h NÃO é pronunciado usamos ‘an’: • an hour • an honest man • an heir
  7. 7. Outro caso especial (som /iu/ do “y”) • a university • a European country • a uniform
  8. 8. Também usamos a/an: It costs U$2 a litre. (preços) I drink two cups of coffee a day. (frequência) I’m driving at 80 km an hour. (velocidade)
  9. 9. THE = O, A, OS, AS (artigo definido) (estamos falando de algo(s) ou alguém(ns) de forma específica) Ex.: The cat is black. Ex.: The birds are yellow.
  10. 10. O plural do substantivo em inglês basicamente se faz acrescentando o S:
  11. 11. DesksDesk
  12. 12. GiftsGift
  13. 13. IslandsIsland
  14. 14. JarsJar
  15. 15. KitesKite
  16. 16. LampsLamp
  17. 17. MushroomsMushroom
  18. 18. Porém, alguns substantivos não seguem essa regra...
  19. 19. Man Men
  20. 20. WomenWoman
  21. 21. ChildrenChild
  22. 22. FishFish
  23. 23. GeeseGoose
  24. 24. MiceMouse
  25. 25. SheepSheep
  26. 26. TeethTooth
  27. 27. LeavesLeaf
  28. 28. BookshelvesBookshelf
  29. 29. KnivesKnife
  30. 30. HousewivesHousewife
  31. 31. THERE IS EXISTE (sing.) THERE ARE EXISTEM (pl.) IS THERE ...? Yes, there is. No, there isn’t ARE THERE ...? Yes, there are. No, there aren’t.
  32. 32. There is or There are?
  33. 33. ……………a treasure on the island. There is There are There is
  34. 34. ………………two astronauts on the Moon. There are There is There are
  35. 35. Is there or Are there?
  36. 36. …………… a library in your school? Is there Are there Is there
  37. 37. ………………any fairy tales in the bookcase? Are there Is there Are there
  38. 38. There isn’t or There aren’t?
  39. 39. ………………a pirate on the island. There isn’t There aren’t There isn’t
  40. 40. ………………… any teachers in the classroom. There aren’t There isn’t There aren’t
  41. 41. chimney WHAT IS THERE IN A HOUSE? roof attic bathroombedroom kitchenlivingroom
  42. 42. What is there in a house?
  43. 43. LIVING ROOM fireplace armchairbookcase painting television curtainscoffee table chair cushionsvasecouch Rug(carpet)
  44. 44. BEDROOM drawers Laundry basket sheet iron bed lamppillow closet blankethanger toys Alarm clock
  45. 45. KITCHEN stove microwave cupboard dishwasher refrigerator saucepan bowlteapotfrying pan plate knifespoonfork ladle paper towel
  46. 46. BATHROOM bathtub washing machine towel shower combshampoohair dryer soap tooth brush tooth paste sink tap
  47. 47. LET’S TALK! Do you live in a house or in an apartment? In a house / In an apartment. What’s it like? It’s ..... (small/big/etc). I like it / I don’t like it. What is there in your house? There is... / There are... / It has ... Is there ... In your house? Yes, there is / No, there isn’t.
  48. 48. Talk to the teacher Email lucianaviter@gmail.com Disco Virtual: http://bit.ly/convfaetec2017

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