Part I Hello Grandpa! Hello Grandma!

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UNIT . 20. A2. Talking about . family and relationship. Objectives. Adverbs of manner. Family members . My . nephew. is . getting . married. . Family members. wife. husband. niece. nephew. grandparents. ID: 654325 Download Presentation

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Part I

Hello Grandpa! Hello Grandma!

UNIT

20

A2

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Talking about family and relationshipObjectivesAdverbs of mannerFamily members

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My nephew is getting married. Family members

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wifehusband

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niecenephew

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grandparents

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great-grandfathergreat-grandmothergreat-grandparents

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granddaughtergrandsongrandchild / grandchildren

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Examples:My husband and I bought our niece a teddy bear for her birthday.husband

niece

Our great-grandfather is 90 years old now but he’s still going strong.great-grandfather

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Mum, I just want to know…How did you and Dad meet?Short forms to call family members

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fatherdaddaddypapamothermum (mom)mummy (mommy)

mama

ma

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grandmothergrandmagrannygrandfathergranddadgrandpa

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Examples:Ben’s granny is perfectly healthy at 74. She always eat healthily.granny

Papa! Can you take me to the playground, please?

Papa

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But he didn’t give up easily. Adverbs of manner

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Spelling rules

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badquickimmediateMost adverbs of manner add-lylylyly

to adj.

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ea luc slee Adjectives end in a consonant and -yand add-y to -i-ly

ly

lylychangesk

pi

i

iyy

y

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Some adverbs have the same form as adjectiveshighhighfastfasthardhardstraight

straight

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Positions1. without an object1. Without object

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Before or after the main verb: They left through the back door.They quietly left through the back door. They ran really fast when the police came.

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well, badly, hard, fast, and straightalways placed after the main verbMy dad always works hard.Some adverbs of manner:

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Positions1. without an object2. With an object

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Before the main verb: I atemy lunch.I quickly ate my lunch. orAfter the object:I atemy lunch.

I ate my

lunch quickly. I atemy lunch.I ate quickly my lunch.

Don’t put it between the main verb and the object.

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Examples:The store manager excitedly handed me the dress and smiled widely.excitedly

“I went to bed really

late last night,”. She told him sleepily.latewidelysleepily

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Part II

UNIT 20

A2

Hello Grandpa! Hello Grandma!

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Talking about family and relationshipObjectivesAdverbs of degree (especially, enough, nearly, and almost)“Also”, “too” and “as well”Family related words

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Your cousin Jack is getting married.Family related words

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Relationship

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Be / get married (to)Start a family

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Immediate familyExtended family

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Alice YoungFamily name / surname / last nameFirst name

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Examples:Steve doesn’t want to get married or started a family before 30.

get married

start aBella is going to change her family name after she marries Max.family namefamily

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Sorry. I was afraid that I wasn’t loud enough.Adverbs of degree

(enough, nearly,

almost and especially)

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enough= as much as is necessaryI wasn’t brave enough to do it.enoughShe didn’t study enough for the exam.enough

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nearly / almost= not completelyHe was almost late for the interview.almostShe spent nearly three hours on the bus.nearly

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Don’t use nearly before negative wordsno, never, none, no one, nothing, nowhereusealmostI’ve got nearly nothing in my rucksack. I’ve got almost nothing in my rucksack.

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Especially= very much / more than usualEating healthy food is especially important.especiallyShe’s especially interested in history.especially

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Your cousins Ken and Fay are with him right now too. “Also”, “too” and “as well”

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Positions:too and as well the end of the sentence

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also goes after be and have but before other verbs

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Examples:Chloe is a great mother. She is also an excellent teacher.also

I’d like spaghetti cabonara, and mashed potatoes as well

.as wellThey’re going to Japan this summer. Hannah is going with them too.too

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Talking about familySummary

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I’m Sonia and I’m 36 years old. This is my husband, Paul. We got married 8 years ago and we’re in a relationship for 16 years now. We moved to our new house a month ago. The old one wouldn’t be big enough for all of us anymore because my mum is going to move in with us.

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We have 2 daughters, Pam and Pear and a little boy, Tim. My mum was very happy when I had a baby. She was really excited to be a granny. Oh! Paul’s mum were excited too. I remember when her first grandchild smiled widely at her for the first time, she almost cried.

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