Sunday, 11 October 2015

VERBS TO BE / HAVE GOT


LET'S REVISE THE VERBS "TO BE AND HAVE GOT" IN ENGLISH


Before revising these two important verbs in English, let's revise ENGLISH PRONOUNS, which are essential for the right use of these two verbs.




Now, watch this video and listen to the songs. How many forms of the verb to be can you hear?



Click HERE to do some exercises to practice.

Next, we'll watch a video with many examples of the verb "HAVE GOT" in English. Write down all the different forms of this verb you've noticed:



The verbs "TO BE" and "HAVE GOT" are used in sentences which include the articles. Let's review the use of  Articles in English.


The use of articles in english. from yerly_B

English articles are relationed to COUNTABLE AND UNCOUNTABLE NOUNS, and at the same time to the use of THERE IS / THERE ARE and to QUANTIFIERS AND DETERMINERS. Let's remember how they work:







Let's finish with a game, click HERE if you want to play the game.

Now, we'll revise the verb TO BE:


Finally, do the following exercises:



                        
            

I
was
at home.
very hungry.
happy.
You
were
He
was
She
It
We
were
You
They


1.   Choose was or were
She  sad yesterday.We  at the Zoo yesterday.Mum and Dad  in a restaurant.
They  in the disco club last night.You  late for school yesterday. very hungry.
It  cold yesterday. in London in 2008.She  pretty when she was young.
Sally  a good pupil.He  born in May.Our teacher  very tired yesterday.
Tom and Bill  best friends.My cousin  at school.The children  excited yesterday.


2.   Complete with was or were
It cloudy yesterday morning.We  excited about going to America.
We  lucky. We won the first prize.The dogs  in the park.
Jason  a great swimmer when he was young.They  at the beach last Sunday.
She  the prettiest girl in our class. very ill last week.
 sad because I broke Mrs Smith's window.He  born in 1995.

There
was
an apple in the bowl.
There
were
three apples in the bowl.

3.   Complete with there was or there were
 a bank near my house. ten children in the park.
 two kittens in the basket. a small shop between the bank and the supermarket.
 many bottles of milk in the fridge. some pencils on the desk.
 only one book on the table. an old man in the street.
 a lot of noise in the classroom. a huge crocodile in the river.





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