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Betty Schrampfer Azar Stacy A.

Hagen

Teacher Resource Disc


Slide shows for use with PowerPoint presentation software

Laurette Poulos Simmons


Copyright 2007 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved.

CONTENTS
5-1 5-2 5-3 5-4 5-5 5-6 5-7 5-8 5-9 5-10 5-11 Using it to talk about time Prepositions of time Using it to talk about the weather There + be There + be: yes/no questions There + be: asking questions with how many Prepositions of place Some prepositions of place: a list Need and want + a noun or an infinitive Would like Would like vs. like

5-1 USING IT TO TALK ABOUT TIME

What day is it?

5-1 USING IT TO TALK ABOUT TIME

QUESTION (a) What day is it? (b) What month is it?

ANSWER Its Friday. Its October.

(c) What year is it?


(d) Whats the date today?

Its 2015.
Its June 8. Its the 8th of June.
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5-1 USING IT TO TALK ABOUT TIME

QUESTION

ANSWER Its 5:00.

(e) What time is it?

American English British English


Its five oclock.
Its five (oclock) P.M.

Its five.

5:00 5.00

5-1 Lets Practice

(a) What day is it? (b) What month is it?

(c) What year is it?


(d) Whats the date today?
(click in boxes and type)
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5-1 Lets Practice

What day is it?

_______ Its _______. Sunday

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What ________ day _______? is it

Its Tuesday.

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________ What day _______? is it


November
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

Its November 29th.

1 6 13 20 27 7 14 21 28 8 15 22 29

2 9 16 23 30

3 10 17 24

4 11 18 25

5 12 19 26

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________ What time is it _______?

1:30

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__________ Whats the date today _________?


May 2012
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

The 3rd of May, 2012.

1 4 11 18 25 5 12 19 26 6 13 20 27 7 14 21 28 8 15 22 29

2 9 16 23 30

3 10 17 24 31

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5-2 PREPOSITIONS OF TIME

We eat breakfast in the morning.

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5-2 PREPOSITIONS OF TIME

at (a) We get up at 5:00 A.M.


(b) We exercise at 2:00 P.M.

at + specific time

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5-2 PREPOSITIONS OF TIME

at (c) I get home at night.

at + night

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5-2 PREPOSITIONS OF TIME

in (d) School starts in September.


(e) She went to Florida in 2005.

(f) I take a walk in the morning. in in + in the ++ month year morning

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5-2 PREPOSITIONS OF TIME

on (i) She goes shopping on Tuesday.


(j) The twins were born on March 3, 2005. on on + + specific specific date day

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5-2 PREPOSITIONS OF TIME

From ... to (k) I work from 9:00 to 5:00.

from (a time) to (a time)

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5-2 Lets Practice

at

in

on

from ... to

The baby was born on __ Monday. The baby was born __ in July. at 2:00 A.M. The baby was born __

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5-2 Lets Practice

at

in

on

from ... to

from 8:30 A.M. I work ____ __ to 4:30 P.M.

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5-2 Lets Practice

at

in

on

from ... to

I teach a class at __ 8:30 A.M. on __ Monday.

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at

in

on

from ... to

He swims __ in the afternoon.

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5-3 USING IT TO TALK ABOUT THE WEATHER

Its a beautiful day at the beach.

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5-3 USING IT TO TALK ABOUT THE WEATHER

(a) Its hot today. (b) Its a nice day. (c) Its is cold and rainy today. it for weather
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5-3 USING IT TO TALK ABOUT THE WEATHER

(d) Whats the weather like in Cairo? (e) Hows the weather in Cairo? same meaning

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5-3 Lets Practice

Aman, Jordan
Mexico City, Mexico Perth, Australia

sun
rain clouds

104 F, 40 C
64 F, 18 C 47 F,
o o o

8 C

Whats the weather like in Aman? _______________ Its sunny and hot.
warm and rainy sunny and hot sunny and cool cloudy and cool
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5-3 Lets Practice

Aman, Jordan
Mexico City, Mexico Perth, Australia

sun
rain clouds

104 F, 40 C
64 F, 18 C 47 F,
o o o

8 C

Hows the weather in Mexico City? _________________ Its warm and rainy.
warm and rainy sunny and hot sunny and cool cloudy and cool
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5-3 Lets Practice

Aman, Jordan
Mexico City, Mexico Perth, Australia

sun
rain clouds

104 F, 40 C
64 F, 18 C 47 F,
o o o

8 C

Whats the weather like in Perth? _________________ Its cloudy and cool.
warm and rainy sunny and hot sunny and cool cloudy and cool
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5-4 THERE + BE

There is a girl on the horse.

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5-4 THERE + BE

THERE + BE + SUBJECT + PLACE

(a) There (b) There

is are

a girl

on the horse.

two boys on the swing.

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5-4 THERE + BE

THERE + BE + SUBJECT + PLACE

(a) There is (b) There are

a girl on the horse. two boys on the swing.

be in front of subject there + be exists in a place there + is + singular noun there + are + plural noun
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5-4 THERE + BE

(c) Theres a girl on the horse. (d) Therere two boys on the swing.
CONTRACTIONS:

there is

theres

there are

therere
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5-4 Lets Practice

There __ is a house in this picture.


is are

yes

no

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There ___ are three elephants in this picture.


is are

yes

no

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5-4 Lets Practice

re three bugs in this picture. There__


s re

?
no

yes

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5-4 Lets Practice

There__ s a girl on __ the horse.


s re is on

?
yes no

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There__ s a man __ in the car.


s re at in

?
yes no

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5-5 THERE + BE: YES/NO QUESTIONS

Is there any ice in the glass?

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5-5 THERE + BE: YES/NO QUESTIONS

QUESTION

BE + THERE + SUBJECT

(a) Is

there

any ice in the glass?

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5-5 THERE + BE: YES/NO QUESTIONS

QUESTION

SHORT ANSWER

BE + THERE + SUBJECT

(a) Is

there

any ice

in the glass?
Yes, there is.

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5-5 THERE + BE: YES/NO QUESTIONS

QUESTION

BE + THERE + SUBJECT

(b) Are there

any apples in the bag?

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5-5 THERE + BE: YES/NO QUESTIONS

QUESTION

SHORT ANSWER

BE + THERE + SUBJECT

(b) Are there

any apples in the bag?


No, there arent.

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5-5 Lets Practice

Are there any people in this picture?

Yes, there are. Yes, there is. No, there arent. No, there isnt.

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5-5 Lets Practice

Are there any people in this picture?


Yes, there are. Yes, there is. No, there arent. No, there isnt.

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5-5 Lets Practice

Is there a school in this picture?


Yes, there are. Yes, there is. No, there arent. No, there isnt.

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5-5 Lets Practice

Is there a window in this picture?


Yes, there are. Yes, there is. No, there arent. No, there isnt.

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5-6 THERE + BE: ASKING QUESTIONS WITH HOW MANY

How many chapters are there in this book?

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5-6 THERE + BE: ASKING QUESTIONS WITH HOW MANY

QUESTION

HOW MANY + SUBJECT + ARE + THERE + PLACE


(a) How many chapters are there in this book?

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5-6 THERE + BE: ASKING QUESTIONS WITH HOW MANY

QUESTION

SHORT ANSWER

HOW MANY + SUBJECT + ARE + THERE + PLACE


(a) How many chapters are there in this book?

Sixteen .

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5-6 THERE + BE: ASKING QUESTIONS WITH HOW MANY

QUESTION

HOW MANY + SUBJECT + ARE + THERE + PLACE


(b) How many eggs are there in this carton?

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5-6 THERE + BE: ASKING QUESTIONS WITH HOW MANY

QUESTION

SHORT ANSWER

HOW MANY + SUBJECT + ARE + THERE + PLACE


(b) How many eggs are there in this carton?

Twelve.

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5-6 THERE + BE: ASKING QUESTIONS WITH HOW MANY

QUESTION

SHORT ANSWER

(c) How many students do you see?

Seven.

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5-6 Lets Practice

How many children are in this family?

Three.

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5-6 Lets Practice

How many bears are in this picture?

One.

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5-6 Lets Practice

How many schools do you see? Three.

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5-7 PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE

The pen is on the floor.

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5-7 PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE

(a) The pen is on the floor.

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5-7 PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE

(a) The pen is on the floor .


= preposition = object of the preposition

on the floor = prepositional phrase

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5-7 PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE

(b) Demetra lives in Greece .


= preposition = object of the preposition

in Greece

= prepositional phrase

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5-7 PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE

(b) Demetra lives in Greece. (in a country) She lives in Athens. (in a city)

(c) She lives on Sigma Street. (on a street, avenue, road ...) (d) She lives at 304 Sigma Street. (at a street address)
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5-7 Lets Practice

Where do you live?

I live ___ in Colombia. I live ___ in Cali, Colombia.


I live ___ on Quince Street. I live ___ at 234 Quince Street.
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on in at

5-7 Lets Practice

Where do you live?

in I live __ Moscow.

on in at

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5-7 Lets Practice

Where do you live?

I live on __ East Street.

on in at

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5-7 Lets Practice

Where do you live?

at 556 I live __ Main Street.


on in at

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5-8 SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

The girl is beside her mother.

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5-8 SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

(a) The girl is beside her mother. (b) The girl is next to her mother.

(c) The girl is near her mother.

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5-8 SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

(d) Katie is between her brothers.

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5-8 SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

(e) The girl is far away from the house.

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5-8 SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

(f) The glass is on the table. (g) The glass is on top of the table.

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5-8 SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

(h) The square is under the triangle.

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5-8 SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

(i) The square is above the triangle.

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5-8 SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

(j) The circle is around the triangle.

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5-8 SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

(k) The couple is in back of the car. (l ) The couple is behind the car.

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5-8 SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

(m) The child is in the back of the car.

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5-8 SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

(n) The man is in front of the car.

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5-8 SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

(o) The driver is in the front of the car.

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5-8 SOME PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE: A LIST

(p) The letter is in the middle of the circle.

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5-8 Lets Practice

between the triangles. The star is _______

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above the triangle. The star is _____

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under the triangle. The star is _____

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The moon is ___________ far away from the earth.

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5-9 NEED AND WANT + A NOUN OR AN INFINITIVE

We need food.

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5-9 NEED AND WANT + A NOUN OR AN INFINITIVE

VERB + NOUN

(a) We need (b) I want

food. a sandwich.

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5-9 NEED AND WANT + A NOUN OR AN INFINITIVE

?
need
I need some water!

want
I want some water.

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5-9 NEED AND WANT + A NOUN OR AN INFINITIVE

VERB + INFINITIVE

(c) We need (d) I want

to eat. to eat a sandwich.

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5-9 Lets Practice

Pablo needs make lunch. Correct? no Pablo needs _______ to make lunch.

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The baby needs milk.

Correct yes ?

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Alexandra wants go dancing. Correct? no _________________________ Alexandra wants to go dancing.

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5-10 WOULD LIKE

I would like a glass of water.

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(a) Im thirsty. I want a glass of water. (b) Im thirsty. I would like a glass of water.

would like want

same meaning

more polite

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5-10 WOULD LIKE

(c) I would like You would like She would like He would like We would like They would like

a hamburger.

would like

no final -s
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5-10 WOULD LIKE

(d) CONTRACTIONS

Id youd shed hed wed theyd

= I would = you would = she would = he would = we would = they would


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5-10 WOULD LIKE

WOULD LIKE + INFINITIVE

(e) I would like to eat lunch.


WOULD + SUBJECT + LIKE

(f) Would

you

like to eat lunch?

QUESTIONS:

would before subject


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5-10 WOULD LIKE

(g) Yes, I would.


I would like to eat lunch.
used alone with would like questions not contracted

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5-10 Lets Practice

would like

Miriam wants a rose.


Miriam would ______________. like a rose Miriam___________. d like a rose
(contraction)

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5-10 Lets Practice

would like

They want flowers too.


They _______________. would like flowers They___________. d like flowers
(contraction)

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would like

Sami: Do you want a rose? Ming-Fa: Yes, I do. Thank you.

Would you like a rose? Sami: ____________ Ming-Fa: Yes, ______ Id like a rose.
(contraction)
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5-11 WOULD LIKE vs. LIKE

I would like to play soccer.

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5-11 WOULD LIKE vs. LIKE

(a) I would like to play soccer.


(b) I like to play soccer.

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5-11 WOULD LIKE vs. LIKE

(a) I would like to play soccer.


Want to now or in the future

(b) I like to play soccer.


Enjoy always, usually, often
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5-11 Lets Practice

would like like

would like to visit the moon. She _________

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would like like

Do you _________ like to go to the beach?

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would like like

Someday, I ________ would like to be a scientist.

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