Part I Hello Grandpa! Hello Grandma!
Presentations text content in Part I Hello Grandpa! Hello Grandma!
Hello Grandpa! Hello Grandma!
Talking about family and relationshipObjectivesAdverbs of mannerFamily membersSlide3
My nephew is getting married. Family membersSlide4
granddaughtergrandsongrandchild / grandchildrenSlide9
Examples:My husband and I bought our niece a teddy bear for her birthday.husband
Our great-grandfather is 90 years old now but he’s still going strong.great-grandfatherSlide10
Mum, I just want to know…How did you and Dad meet?Short forms to call family membersSlide11
fatherdaddaddypapamothermum (mom)mummy (mommy)
Examples:Ben’s granny is perfectly healthy at 74. She always eat healthily.granny
Papa! Can you take me to the playground, please?
But he didn’t give up easily. Adverbs of mannerSlide15
badquickimmediateMost adverbs of manner add-lylylyly
ea luc slee Adjectives end in a consonant and -yand add-y to -i-ly
Some adverbs have the same form as adjectiveshighhighfastfasthardhardstraight
Positions1. without an object1. Without objectSlide20
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.Slide21
well, badly, hard, fast, and straightalways placed after the main verbMy dad always works hard.Some adverbs of manner:Slide22
Positions1. without an object2. With an objectSlide23
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.Slide24
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.latewidelysleepilySlide25
Hello Grandpa! Hello Grandma!Slide27
Talking about family and relationshipObjectivesAdverbs of degree (especially, enough, nearly, and almost)“Also”, “too” and “as well”Family related wordsSlide28
Your cousin Jack is getting married.Family related wordsSlide29
Be / get married (to)Start a familySlide31
Immediate familyExtended familySlide32
Alice YoungFamily name / surname / last nameFirst nameSlide33
Examples:Steve doesn’t want to get married or started a family before 30.
start aBella is going to change her family name after she marries Max.family namefamilySlide34
Sorry. I was afraid that I wasn’t loud enough.Adverbs of degree
almost and especially)Slide35
enough= as much as is necessaryI wasn’t brave enough to do it.enoughShe didn’t study enough for the exam.enoughSlide36
nearly / almost= not completelyHe was almost late for the interview.almostShe spent nearly three hours on the bus.nearlySlide37
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.
Especially= very much / more than usualEating healthy food is especially important.especiallyShe’s especially interested in history.especiallySlide39
Your cousins Ken and Fay are with him right now too. “Also”, “too” and “as well”Slide40
Positions:too and as well the end of the sentenceSlide41
also goes after be and have but before other verbsSlide42
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.tooSlide43
Talking about familySummarySlide44
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.Slide45
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.Slide46