Portafolio 2
Name: Rebeca López Gaytan
Bis 12
Teacher: Alejandra
Countable and Uncountable nouns
- we use A with countable nouns: a pear
- we use AN when the words start with a vowel: an ...
-COUNTABLE NOUNS
Nouns are things we can count.
We can say ¨a banana¨ ¨two bananas¨etc.
Example of countable nouns
SINGULA...
UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS
Example: I eat rice every day
I like rice
An uncountable noun has only one form
-Uncountable nouns are t...
There is/ There are
-we use THERE IS SOME when the noun is
UNCOUNTABLE
-we use THERE ARE SOME when the countable noun is
P...
QUESTIONS
1-What is a countable noun?
It is something that you can count
2-Give an example of a countable noun
A apple, a ...
QUANTIFIER
A quantifier is a word or phrase which is used before a
noun to indicate the amount or quantity
MUCH AND MANY
U...
SIMPLE PRESENT (do, does)
+) SUBJECT+VERB+COMPLEMENT
I go to school every morning
You go to school every morning
He goes t...
PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
+) SUBJECT+ VERB TO BE+ VERB ING
I am working
You/we/they are working
He/she/it is working
-) SUBJECT+...
Activity:
MEXICAN MAN!
If you are in the mood of tacos this is the place for
you.
In here you can find different kind of t...
SIMPLE PAST
Regular verbs
To form the affirmative past tense of most regular
verbs:
-add –ed to the base form of the verb ...
Expressions for past tense
LAST AGO YESTERDAY
Last night 10 minutes ago Yesterday
Last Sunday An hour ago Yesterday
mornin...
Verbs
Base form Simple past Past participle
Go Went Gone
Study Studied Studied
love Loved Loved
Eat Ate Eaten
Work Worked ...
Leave Left Left
See Saw Seen
Bring Brought brought
Begin Began Begun
Be Was/were Been
Feel Felt felt
Think Tough Tough
Dri...
HAVE GOT
Positive
I/you/we/they have got I’ve got
She/he/it has got she’s got
Negative
I/you/we/they have not got I haven’...
PAST VERB BE
Grammar
Positive
Subject + was/were + complement
I/she/he/it was at the store
You/we/they were at the store
N...
PAST POGRESSIVE
Grammar
Positive
Subject + was/were + verb (ing) + complement
I/she/he/it was playing at the park
You/we/t...
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Portafolio2primaryteacher (1)

BIS 12 UTL
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  • 1. Portafolio 2 Name: Rebeca López Gaytan Bis 12 Teacher: Alejandra
  • 2. Countable and Uncountable nouns - we use A with countable nouns: a pear - we use AN when the words start with a vowel: an orange -we use SOME with countable and uncountable nouns: some milk, some potatoes -we use ANY with countable and uncountable nouns in negative and interrogative sentences: any coffee, any apples Example: I eat a banana(singular) I like bananas(plural) Bananas is a countable noun
  • 3. -COUNTABLE NOUNS Nouns are things we can count. We can say ¨a banana¨ ¨two bananas¨etc. Example of countable nouns SINGULAR Apple Cucumber PLURAL Apples Cucumbers We add –es to most nouns in –o: Tomato Potato Tomatoes Potatoes But we just add –s to: Radio Photo Radios Photos
  • 4. UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS Example: I eat rice every day I like rice An uncountable noun has only one form -Uncountable nouns are things we can’t count. -We can’t put a ¨s¨ on an uncountable noun. -We can’t say ¨one rice¨, ¨two rices¨, etc. -we can use some/a lot of/a little Examples of uncountable nouns Food Furniture Traffic Music Work Rain Information News Hair Money Paper Homework
  • 5. There is/ There are -we use THERE IS SOME when the noun is UNCOUNTABLE -we use THERE ARE SOME when the countable noun is PLURAL -we use THERE ISN’T ANY when the noun is UNCOUNTABLE -we use THERE AREN’T ANY when the countable noun is PLURAL.
  • 6. QUESTIONS 1-What is a countable noun? It is something that you can count 2-Give an example of a countable noun A apple, a banana 3-What is an uncountable noun? It is something that you can’t count 4-Give an example: Rice, information Example of countable and uncountable nouns: COUNTABLE Orange Potato Pear Carrot Chicken Onion Lemon Eggs UNCOUNTABLE Rice Water Sugar Information Butter Cheese Milk Coffee
  • 7. QUANTIFIER A quantifier is a word or phrase which is used before a noun to indicate the amount or quantity MUCH AND MANY Use MANY with countable nouns and MUCH with uncountable nouns. Examples There are many restaurants in my neighborhood. There is not much traffic in this area. QUESTION ANSWER COUNTABLE NOUNS How many sandwiches are there? None. Not many. Quite a lot. A lot UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS How much milk have we got? None. Not much. Quite a lot. A lot
  • 8. SIMPLE PRESENT (do, does) +) SUBJECT+VERB+COMPLEMENT I go to school every morning You go to school every morning He goes to school every morning She goes to school every morning We go to school every morning They go to school every morning -) SUBJECT+DON’T/DOESN’T+VERB+COMPLEMENT I don’t go to school every morning You don’t go to school every morning He doesn’t go to school every morning She doesn’t go to school every morning We don’t go to school every morning They don’t go to school every morning ?) DO/DOES+SUBJECT+VERB+COMPLEMENT+? Do I go to school every morning? Do you go to school every morning? Does He go to school every morning? Does she go to school every morning? Do we go to school every morning? Do they go to school every morning?
  • 9. PRESENT PROGRESSIVE +) SUBJECT+ VERB TO BE+ VERB ING I am working You/we/they are working He/she/it is working -) SUBJECT+ VERB TO BE+ NOT+ VERB ING I am not working You/we/they are not (aren’t) working He/she/it is not (isn’t) working ?) VERB TO BE+ SUBJECT+ VERB ING Am I working? Are you/we/they working? Is he/she/it working?
  • 10. Activity: MEXICAN MAN! If you are in the mood of tacos this is the place for you. In here you can find different kind of tacos. In here exist tacos of very in usual ingredients with spices sauces. With different types of tortillas and cold drinks The attraction of this place is the live Mexican music and the Mexican man who gives you shots of tequila, for to have a good moment.
  • 11. SIMPLE PAST Regular verbs To form the affirmative past tense of most regular verbs: -add –ed to the base form of the verb (wash-washed) -if the verb ends in a consonant, vowel, we double the consonant (stop-stopped) -if the verb ends in –y, add –ied (study-studied) GRAMMAR Positive Subject+ verb simple past + complement I/you/he/she/it/we/they+ went + to the church Negative Subject + did not/didn’t+ verb base form+ complement I/you/he/she/it/we/they+ didn’t+ go+ to the church Interrogative Did + subject+ verb base form + complement + ? Did you go to the church?
  • 12. Expressions for past tense LAST AGO YESTERDAY Last night 10 minutes ago Yesterday Last Sunday An hour ago Yesterday morning Last week Three days ago Yesterday afternoon Last weekend A week ago Yesterday evening Last year A month ago The day before yesterday Last month A year ago Wh- question What did….? Where did…? How long did…? When did…? Who went …?
  • 13. Verbs Base form Simple past Past participle Go Went Gone Study Studied Studied love Loved Loved Eat Ate Eaten Work Worked Worked Listen Listened Listened Wake Woke Woken Take Took Taken Make Made Made Come Came Come Have Had Had Meet Met Met Get Got Gotten Do Did Done Read Read Read Buy Bought Bought Break Broke Broken Find Found Found Cut Cut Cut Give Gave Given Hit Hit Hit Write Wrote Written Sleep Slept Slept
  • 14. Leave Left Left See Saw Seen Bring Brought brought Begin Began Begun Be Was/were Been Feel Felt felt Think Tough Tough Drive Drove Driven Run Ran Run Win Won Won Choose Chose chosen Cook Cooked Cooked Live Life Life Watch Watched Watched Play Played Played Dream Dreamt dreamt Forget Forgot forgotten Stop stopped stopped Fly Flew Flown Drink Drank Drunk Draw Drew Drawn Become Became Become Awake Awoke awoken
  • 15. HAVE GOT Positive I/you/we/they have got I’ve got She/he/it has got she’s got Negative I/you/we/they have not got I haven’t got She/he/it has not got She hasn’t got Interrogative Have i/you/we/they got? Yes, I have/no, I haven’t Has he/she/it got? Yes, she has/no, she hasn’t
  • 16. PAST VERB BE Grammar Positive Subject + was/were + complement I/she/he/it was at the store You/we/they were at the store Negative Subject + wasn’t/weren’t + complement I/she/he/it wasn’t at the store You/we/they weren’t at the store Interrogative Was/were + subject + complement +? Was i/she/he/it at the store? Were you/we/they at the store?
  • 17. PAST POGRESSIVE Grammar Positive Subject + was/were + verb (ing) + complement I/she/he/it was playing at the park You/we/they were playing at the park Negative Subject + wasn’t/weren’t + verb(ing) + complement I/she/he/it wasn’t playing at the park You/we/they weren’t playing at the park Interrogative Was/were + subject + verb(ing) + complement +? Was i/she/he/it playing at the park? Were you/we/they playing at the park?