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So:“PERSONAL PRONOUNS “

17 Ene

 READING:  OUR NEW ENGLISH BOOK “

This is my new English book. I have a new English Book. Look at my book. Look at it. Have you a new English book?.
In my class all the pupils have a new English book. We have a new English book. We are learning English. I can read in English. I can speak. I like English. All the pupils like English.
Robert has a book. Mary has a one also. Look at Robert and Mary. They are reading. Robert and Mary are brother and sister. They go to school. Robert is in a school for boys. Mary is in a school for girls.
They are studying English at school. They have an English teacher. They are good pupils.

So:PERSONAL PRONOUNS “ 

                          SINGULAR                   PLURAL
1º PERSON          I                                    WE
2º PERSON        YOU                             YOU
3º PERSON   SHE, HE , IT                  THEY


So: “VERB INFLECTIONS  “

  The verbs have inflection to show the gender and the number. In all the persons will be the same, except in the 3º person singular that we must add , “S “, OR “ ES “

e.g  ,  CONJUGATION :     to speak
in all the persons
I / YOU / WE / THEY       SPEAK
In 3º person singular
SHE / HE / IT  SPEAKS
  SHE / HE / IT  COMES

Verbs ending in y
Some verbs change their spelling when s is added in the third person singular.
When a verb ends in y immediately preceded by a consonant, the y is changed to ie before the ending s is added. In each of the following examples, the consonant immediately preceding the final y is underlined.
Bare Infinitive          Third Person Singular
Study                                     studies
Fly                                             flies
Carry                                         carries

TONGUE TWISTER
A good cook could cook as much cookies as a good cook who could cook cookies
_____________________________
I saw a saw that could out saw any other saw I ever saw.

PRONUNCIATION

The sound  “ U “ has the long  sound oo, and iuin the following words. Notice that the “ U “ is preceded by “ r  / l / j / ch.
Rude                  fruit                truth            blue                  rural                 flute   
Rumor              true                 ruin                glue                  brutal              jurist
Cruel                 truly               frugal             rule                 plural               chute

I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
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So:“PERSONAL PRONOUNS “

17 Ene

 READING:  OUR NEW ENGLISH BOOK “

This is my new English book. I have a new English Book. Look at my book. Look at it. Have you a new English book?.
In my class all the pupils have a new English book. We have a new English book. We are learning English. I can read in English. I can speak. I like English. All the pupils like English.
Robert has a book. Mary has a one also. Look at Robert and Mary. They are reading. Robert and Mary are brother and sister. They go to school. Robert is in a school for boys. Mary is in a school for girls.
They are studying English at school. They have an English teacher. They are good pupils.

So:PERSONAL PRONOUNS “ 

                          SINGULAR                   PLURAL
1º PERSON          I                                    WE
2º PERSON        YOU                             YOU
3º PERSON   SHE, HE , IT                  THEY


So: “VERB INFLECTIONS  “

  The verbs have inflection to show the gender and the number. In all the persons will be the same, except in the 3º person singular that we must add , “S “, OR “ ES “

e.g  ,  CONJUGATION :     to speak
in all the persons
I / YOU / WE / THEY       SPEAK
In 3º person singular
SHE / HE / IT  SPEAKS
  SHE / HE / IT  COMES

Verbs ending in y
Some verbs change their spelling when s is added in the third person singular.
When a verb ends in y immediately preceded by a consonant, the y is changed to ie before the ending s is added. In each of the following examples, the consonant immediately preceding the final y is underlined.
Bare Infinitive          Third Person Singular
Study                                     studies
Fly                                             flies
Carry                                         carries

TONGUE TWISTER
A good cook could cook as much cookies as a good cook who could cook cookies
_____________________________
I saw a saw that could out saw any other saw I ever saw.

PRONUNCIATION

The sound  “ U “ has the long  sound oo, and iuin the following words. Notice that the “ U “ is preceded by “ r  / l / j / ch.
Rude                  fruit                truth            blue                  rural                 flute   
Rumor              true                 ruin                glue                  brutal              jurist
Cruel                 truly               frugal             rule                 plural               chute

I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :
See ya.













So:“PERSONAL PRONOUNS “

17 Ene

 READING:  OUR NEW ENGLISH BOOK “

This is my new English book. I have a new English Book. Look at my book. Look at it. Have you a new English book?.
In my class all the pupils have a new English book. We have a new English book. We are learning English. I can read in English. I can speak. I like English. All the pupils like English.
Robert has a book. Mary has a one also. Look at Robert and Mary. They are reading. Robert and Mary are brother and sister. They go to school. Robert is in a school for boys. Mary is in a school for girls.
They are studying English at school. They have an English teacher. They are good pupils.

So:PERSONAL PRONOUNS “ 

                          SINGULAR                   PLURAL
1º PERSON          I                                    WE
2º PERSON        YOU                             YOU
3º PERSON   SHE, HE , IT                  THEY


So: “VERB INFLECTIONS  “

  The verbs have inflection to show the gender and the number. In all the persons will be the same, except in the 3º person singular that we must add , “S “, OR “ ES “

e.g  ,  CONJUGATION :     to speak
in all the persons
I / YOU / WE / THEY       SPEAK
In 3º person singular
SHE / HE / IT  SPEAKS
  SHE / HE / IT  COMES

Verbs ending in y
Some verbs change their spelling when s is added in the third person singular.
When a verb ends in y immediately preceded by a consonant, the y is changed to ie before the ending s is added. In each of the following examples, the consonant immediately preceding the final y is underlined.
Bare Infinitive          Third Person Singular
Study                                     studies
Fly                                             flies
Carry                                         carries

TONGUE TWISTER
A good cook could cook as much cookies as a good cook who could cook cookies
_____________________________
I saw a saw that could out saw any other saw I ever saw.

PRONUNCIATION

The sound  “ U “ has the long  sound oo, and iuin the following words. Notice that the “ U “ is preceded by “ r  / l / j / ch.
Rude                  fruit                truth            blue                  rural                 flute   
Rumor              true                 ruin                glue                  brutal              jurist
Cruel                 truly               frugal             rule                 plural               chute

I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :
See ya.













So:“PERSONAL PRONOUNS “

17 Ene

 READING:  OUR NEW ENGLISH BOOK “

This is my new English book. I have a new English Book. Look at my book. Look at it. Have you a new English book?.
In my class all the pupils have a new English book. We have a new English book. We are learning English. I can read in English. I can speak. I like English. All the pupils like English.
Robert has a book. Mary has a one also. Look at Robert and Mary. They are reading. Robert and Mary are brother and sister. They go to school. Robert is in a school for boys. Mary is in a school for girls.
They are studying English at school. They have an English teacher. They are good pupils.

So:PERSONAL PRONOUNS “ 

                          SINGULAR                   PLURAL
1º PERSON          I                                    WE
2º PERSON        YOU                             YOU
3º PERSON   SHE, HE , IT                  THEY


So: “VERB INFLECTIONS  “

  The verbs have inflection to show the gender and the number. In all the persons will be the same, except in the 3º person singular that we must add , “S “, OR “ ES “

e.g  ,  CONJUGATION :     to speak
in all the persons
I / YOU / WE / THEY       SPEAK
In 3º person singular
SHE / HE / IT  SPEAKS
  SHE / HE / IT  COMES

Verbs ending in y
Some verbs change their spelling when s is added in the third person singular.
When a verb ends in y immediately preceded by a consonant, the y is changed to ie before the ending s is added. In each of the following examples, the consonant immediately preceding the final y is underlined.
Bare Infinitive          Third Person Singular
Study                                     studies
Fly                                             flies
Carry                                         carries

TONGUE TWISTER
A good cook could cook as much cookies as a good cook who could cook cookies
_____________________________
I saw a saw that could out saw any other saw I ever saw.

PRONUNCIATION

The sound  “ U “ has the long  sound oo, and iuin the following words. Notice that the “ U “ is preceded by “ r  / l / j / ch.
Rude                  fruit                truth            blue                  rural                 flute   
Rumor              true                 ruin                glue                  brutal              jurist
Cruel                 truly               frugal             rule                 plural               chute

I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :
See ya.













So:“PERSONAL PRONOUNS “

17 Ene

 READING:  OUR NEW ENGLISH BOOK “

This is my new English book. I have a new English Book. Look at my book. Look at it. Have you a new English book?.
In my class all the pupils have a new English book. We have a new English book. We are learning English. I can read in English. I can speak. I like English. All the pupils like English.
Robert has a book. Mary has a one also. Look at Robert and Mary. They are reading. Robert and Mary are brother and sister. They go to school. Robert is in a school for boys. Mary is in a school for girls.
They are studying English at school. They have an English teacher. They are good pupils.

So:PERSONAL PRONOUNS “ 

                          SINGULAR                   PLURAL
1º PERSON          I                                    WE
2º PERSON        YOU                             YOU
3º PERSON   SHE, HE , IT                  THEY


So: “VERB INFLECTIONS  “

  The verbs have inflection to show the gender and the number. In all the persons will be the same, except in the 3º person singular that we must add , “S “, OR “ ES “

e.g  ,  CONJUGATION :     to speak
in all the persons
I / YOU / WE / THEY       SPEAK
In 3º person singular
SHE / HE / IT  SPEAKS
  SHE / HE / IT  COMES

Verbs ending in y
Some verbs change their spelling when s is added in the third person singular.
When a verb ends in y immediately preceded by a consonant, the y is changed to ie before the ending s is added. In each of the following examples, the consonant immediately preceding the final y is underlined.
Bare Infinitive          Third Person Singular
Study                                     studies
Fly                                             flies
Carry                                         carries

TONGUE TWISTER
A good cook could cook as much cookies as a good cook who could cook cookies
_____________________________
I saw a saw that could out saw any other saw I ever saw.

PRONUNCIATION

The sound  “ U “ has the long  sound oo, and iuin the following words. Notice that the “ U “ is preceded by “ r  / l / j / ch.
Rude                  fruit                truth            blue                  rural                 flute   
Rumor              true                 ruin                glue                  brutal              jurist
Cruel                 truly               frugal             rule                 plural               chute

I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :
See ya.













So:“PERSONAL PRONOUNS “

17 Ene

 READING:  OUR NEW ENGLISH BOOK “

This is my new English book. I have a new English Book. Look at my book. Look at it. Have you a new English book?.
In my class all the pupils have a new English book. We have a new English book. We are learning English. I can read in English. I can speak. I like English. All the pupils like English.
Robert has a book. Mary has a one also. Look at Robert and Mary. They are reading. Robert and Mary are brother and sister. They go to school. Robert is in a school for boys. Mary is in a school for girls.
They are studying English at school. They have an English teacher. They are good pupils.

So:PERSONAL PRONOUNS “ 

                          SINGULAR                   PLURAL
1º PERSON          I                                    WE
2º PERSON        YOU                             YOU
3º PERSON   SHE, HE , IT                  THEY


So: “VERB INFLECTIONS  “

  The verbs have inflection to show the gender and the number. In all the persons will be the same, except in the 3º person singular that we must add , “S “, OR “ ES “

e.g  ,  CONJUGATION :     to speak
in all the persons
I / YOU / WE / THEY       SPEAK
In 3º person singular
SHE / HE / IT  SPEAKS
  SHE / HE / IT  COMES

Verbs ending in y
Some verbs change their spelling when s is added in the third person singular.
When a verb ends in y immediately preceded by a consonant, the y is changed to ie before the ending s is added. In each of the following examples, the consonant immediately preceding the final y is underlined.
Bare Infinitive          Third Person Singular
Study                                     studies
Fly                                             flies
Carry                                         carries

TONGUE TWISTER
A good cook could cook as much cookies as a good cook who could cook cookies
_____________________________
I saw a saw that could out saw any other saw I ever saw.

PRONUNCIATION

The sound  “ U “ has the long  sound oo, and iuin the following words. Notice that the “ U “ is preceded by “ r  / l / j / ch.
Rude                  fruit                truth            blue                  rural                 flute   
Rumor              true                 ruin                glue                  brutal              jurist
Cruel                 truly               frugal             rule                 plural               chute

I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :
See ya.