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Unit 1

1. Cumprimentos e apresentaes pessoais (nomes e ttulos)


2. Frases e expresses usadas ao conhecer pessoas
3. Frases e expresses usadas para apresentar pessoas
4. Conhecendo o alfabeto - soletrando
5. Pronomes pessoais
6. Verb to be
7. Nmeros
A. Its Nice to Meet you

Michel: Hi, my name is Michel Odar.


Jennifer: Im Jennifer Miler.
Michel: Its nice to meet you Jennifer.
Jennifer: Nice to meet you too.
Michel: Im sorry. Whats your last name again?
Jennifer: Its Miler.

Drills A:

1. Oi. Meu nome James/ Alice/Carmen/ Ol


2. Oi. Eu sou Priscila/ John/ Doug/ Jenny/ Bom dia/ Boa tarde/Boa noite (chegada)/ Boa noite (sada)
3. Prazer em conhec-lo/ O prazer meu.
4. Me desculpe. Qual o seu primeiro nome novamente?/ Com licena/ sobrenome.
5. Furlanetto/ Miler/ Magnani/ Leiper.

B. Conversation

He is over there!

Jennifer: Excuse me. Are you Steven Carson?


David: No, I am not. He is over there.
Jennifer: Oh, Im sorry! Steven, this is your book.
Steven: Oh, its my math book. Thanks. Youre in my class, right?
Jennifer: Yes, I am. Im Jennifer Miler.
Steven: Its nice to meet you. Hey, David. This is Jennifer. Shes in our math class.
David: Hi, Jennifer!
Jennifer: Hi, David! Nice to meet you.

Drills B:

1. Com licena. Voc a Priscila?/ Joyce/ Cristine/ Emerson.


2. Voc Julia./ Cris/ Anderson/ Wisley.
3. Eu no sou John. Ele est l. / Joe/ Eduard
4. Me desculpe. Este o seu livro./ matemtica.
5. Obrigado/ De nada.
6. Voc a Mary? Sim, eu sou. / July/ Cameron/ Daniel
7. Prazer em conhec-la, Judy. / Lizzy/ Deborah/ Carlos
8. Hey, David. Est a Jennifer/ Bob,Ann/ Nick,Barbara.
9. Ela est na nossa classe de matemtica/ Ele/ Voc/ Eu

C. Personal Information

I.

Man: Whats your name, please?


Cathy: Im Cathy Conner.
Man: Is that C A T H Y?
Cathy: Yes, thats right!
Man: And how do you spell your last name?
Cathy: Its C O N N E R.
Man: And whats your phone number, please?
Cathy: Its 646-555 -8890.
Man: Thank you.

II.
Girl: Are you Jon Woods?
Jon: No, Im Jon Wood. W O O D.
Girl: Ok, Mr. Wood. And how do you spell your first name?
Jon: Its Jon.
Girl: Ok. Now, whats your phone number, please?
Jon: Its 212-555 9913
Girl: Is that, 212-555 9113?
Jon: No, 9913.
Girl: 9913. Thank you.

Now, listen and complete the blanks:

Girl: Hi, whats your _________, please?


Steven: ______ _________ Allan.
Girl: How do you ______ your first name?
Steven: Its _ _ _ _ _ _
Girl: Ok. And your _________ name?
Steven: Its _ _ _ _ _.
Girl: Great! And your ________ ________, _________?
Steven: _ _ _- _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Girl: Is that _ _ _- _ _ _ _ _ _ _?
Steven: Yes, thats right!

IV.
Man: ___ your name Miss. Lewis?
Lewis: ____, actually ___ Ms. Lewis.
Man: Im ______. Ms. Lewis. Now, ______ do you spell your name? __ ______ L O U I S?
Lewis: No,______ LEWIS.
Man: Ok, and _________ your phone number, please?
Lewis: Its _ _ _- _ _ _ _ _ _ _
Man: 319-555 4703?
Lewis: No, _ _ _ _.
Man: _ _ _ _. Ok.

Drills C

1. Qual o seu nome?/ sobrenome/ nmero de telefone


2. Como voc soletra o seu nome?/ Priscila/ Carmen/ Andria/ Marcos? James
3. Qual o seu nmero de telefone?/ 8805-3609 / 30321887/ 3888 1015
4. O seu nome John? J O H N? / Marcia/ Patricia/ Max
Review

Greetings (Cumprimentos)
hello O cumprimento mais comum.
good morning Utilizado antes do meio dia.
good afternoon Utilizado entre meio dia e 17 horas.
good evening Utilizado aps as 17 horas
hi Cumprimento informal.
Hey Cumprimento informal entre amigos.
After the greeting (Aps o cumprimento)
How are you? Como voc est?
Hows it going? Como vo as coisas?

How are you doing? Como vai?


Reponses (Respostas)
fine Bem
good Bem
not so good No to bem
so so / OK Mais ou menos / ok
Informal
Whats up? / Como vai?
Whats new? O que h de novo?
Departing (Indo embora)
good-bye Tchau
good night Boa noite
bye Tchau
see you later / Vejo voc mais tarde. / Vejo voc em breve.
see you soon

INTRODUCTIONS (APRESENTAES)

What is your name? Qual o seu nome?


My name is Meu nome
His name is O nome dele
Her name is O nome dela
Id like to introduce Eu gostaria de apresentar...
This is Este ...
Its nice to meet you. Prazer em conhec-lo.
FORMAS POLIDAS

Please Por favor


Thank you Obrigado (a)
Youre welcome De nada
My pleasure De nada
Dont mention it De nada (informal)
Apologizing (Desculpando-se)
Pardon me Desculpe-me.
Excuse me Desculpe-me. / Com licena.
Im sorry to bother you Desculpe incomodar.
Im sorry Sinto muito.
Special Expressions
Bless you Sade!
Cheers Um brinde!
My condolences Meus psames.
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Titles / Ttulos
Mr. (senhor) utilizado para homens juntamente com o sobrenome. Ex: Mr. Brown
Mrs. (senhora) utilizado para mulheres casadas juntamente com o sobrenome. Ex: Mrs. Brown
Miss (senhorita) utilizado para mulheres solteiras juntamente com o sobrenome. Ex: Miss Brown
Ms. (senhora ou senhorita)

THE ALPHABET

ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ

PERSONAL PRONOUNS

SUBJECT PRONOUNS
Subject
Singular or Plural - Who? Masculine or Feminine
Pronoun

I Singular - first person masculine or feminine


You Singular - second person masculine or feminine
He Singular - third person only masculine
She Singular - third person only feminine
It Singular - third person object / thing / animal
We Plural - first person masculine or feminine
You Plural - second person masculine or feminine
They Plural - third person masculine or feminine

Subject Pronouns Chart

Here is a chart with cartoons showing the different Subject Pronouns we use in English:
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I read books. (Books is the object as it is receiving the action).

PRONOUNS
Subject Pronoun Object Pronoun

I Me
You You
He Him
She Her
It It
We Us
You (plural) You
They Them

Object pronouns are used instead of nouns, usually because we already know what the object is. It makes the sentence
easier to read and understand and avoids repetition. We normally use object pronouns after a verb or a preposition.

Examples

I like horses. Subject Pronoun

Horses don't like me. Object Pronoun


We talk to our neighbour. Subject Pronoun

She talks to us. Object Pronoun


They listen to the teacher. Subject Pronoun

Listen to me carefully. Object Pronoun


You speak very quickly. Subject Pronoun
We watch them on TV. Object Pronoun

VERB TO BE

SIMPLE PRESENT

Positive: I am Im from Japan.


you / we / they are youre / were / theyre from Brazil.
he / she / it is hes / shes / its from India.

Negative: I am not Im not married.


you / we / they are not Youre not / You arent happy.
Were not / We arent
Theyre not / They arent
he / she / it is not He isnt / Hes not a student.
She isnt / Shes not
It isnt / Its not

Question: Am I beautiful?
Are you / we / they a teacher?
Is he / she / it tall?

Name:
Im Joanna.
Hes Paulo.
Theyre Aki and Yuta.
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Country:
Im from the U.S. Im American.
My husband is from Italy. Hes Italian.
Shes not Korean, shes Vietnamese.
Are they from Australia?

Age:
Im 27 years old.
How old are you?
Shes 15.
My mother is 65 years old.

Emotions:
Im sad.
Shes excited.
Youre angry.
Were happy.

Jobs:
Im not a student. Im a teacher.
Are you a doctor?
Hes a journalist.
Theyre artists.

EXERCISES

A) FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE CORRECT PRONOUN: SHE, HE, YOU, THEY or WE.
1. (Mary and Carla) _________ go to school together.
2. - Are _________ Brazilian too?
- No, I'm from Portugal.
3. (Julia and Mike) _________ are good friends.
4. Anthony is a student, but _________ goes to a different school.
5. (My family and I) _________ live in Ohio.
6. (Claudia and her friends) _________ are from Germany.
7. - I'm a teacher. What about_________ ?
- I'm a teacher too.
8. My mother is German, but _________ speaks English too.
9. (Jane, Steve and I) _________ go to the movies every weekend.
10. (My friends and Laura) _________ are coming to the party.

B) CHECK THE CORRECT ALTERNATIVE:

Question 1
We _________ from Canada.
A aren't
B isn't
C Am

Question 2
My parents _____ divorced.
A Are
B Is
C Am

Question 3
I___ tired.
A 'm
B 're
C 's

Question 4
Where _____ you from?
A are
B is
C am

Question 5
____ your brother tall?
A Is
B Am
C Are

Question 6
Sarah _____ married.
A 's not
B 're not
C 'm not

Question 7
Bob and Tony _____ my cousins.
A are
B is
C am

Question 8
_____ the food at this restaurant good?
A Is
B Are
C Am

Question 9
My apartment _____ very small.
A is
B am
C are

Question 10
Kate: "Are you thirsty?"
Joe: "No, ________."
A I'm not
B you're not
C I aren't

Question 11
He's _______ a good student.
A not
B isn't
C aren't

Question 12
You ______ beautiful.
A 're
B is
C not

Question 13
How old _____ you?
A are
B is
C am

Question 14
She ____ 29 years old.
A 's
B 're
C 'm

Question 15
Jennifer and I __________ students.

A arent
B am not
C isnt
NUMBERS
PRONOUNS ADJECTIVE POSSESSIVES EXAMPLE
SUBJECT

I my My name is Sandra.
you your Whats your name?
he his His name is John.
she her Her computer is fast.
it its My car is old, so its engine isnt
powerful.
we our Our apartment is in the city
center.
they their My parents sold their house.
Mary Marys Marys phone number is 555-
4321.
Joe Joes Joes favorite color is green.
the boy the boys The boys clothes are dirty.
friends friends My friends names are Patrick
and Gloria.
cat cats My cats name is Ginger.
country countrys My countrys flag is red, white,
and blue.
EXERCISE:
Fill in: my / your / his / her / its / our / their

1. I am practicing ________ English.


2. You are working with ________ friends.
3. We are doing ________ English homework.
4. Mr Sebel is in ________ classroom.
5. Open ________ coursebooks and turn to page 11.
6. Laura wants to see ________ mother.
7. The dog has ________ own food.
8. ________ name is (your name).
9. ________ name is George.
10. ________ name is Glenda.

THIS / THAT / THESE / THOSE

Singular Plural

Here This These


There That Those

Examples:

This is my car. (singular)


These are our
children. (plural)
That is our house.
(singular)
Those are my
shoes. (plural)
This party is
boring. (singular)
That city is busy.
(singular)
These chocolates are
delicious. (plural) Those
flowers are beautiful. (plural)
This is a good meal. (at the time of eating)
Those girls we met last night were silly. (an event that happened in the past).

The expressions this is / that is are also common when you talk on the phone or you introduce people.

Examples:

"Hello, this is Peter."


Carol, this is my friend Simon. Simon, this is Carol.

EXERCISES
FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THIS / THAT / THESE / THOSE:

1. Do you see ____________ boys over there? They're my cousins from New York.

2. - Wow, your earrings are so pretty! - Thanks! I usually don't wear jewelry, but ____________ two are
special!
3. - I love ____________ car! - Which one? - The gray one, next to the big truck.
4. - Do you remember ____________ shirts we saw at Macy's yesterday?
- Yes.
- They're on sale today. Let's go there and buy a few.
5. - Jane, is ____________ your bag?
- No, this one is Sara's.
6. - ____________ food is delicious! And it looks beautiful too.
- I'm glad you like it.
7. - Sorry
I'm late! -
_________
___ 's ok.
8. I like ____________ socks. They're so soft!

Role Play

In partners write a dialogue using the new verbs, vocabulary, expressions and

Grammar you learned until


now.


Ask your teacher to correct it.


Practice with your partner.

Present it to your class.