VOCABULARY, GRAMMAR

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1. SPORTS AND GAMES

1.1. DIFFERENT TYPES OF SPORTS

1.1.1. FOOTBALL

1.1.2. BASKETBALL

1.1.2.1. VOLLEYBALL

1.1.2.1.1. DEFINITION

1.2. classification of sports

1.2.1. Athletic sports: athletics, gymnastics, weightlifting, swimming or cycling

1.2.1.1. Ball sports: football, baseball, rugby, basketball, handball, volleyball or tennis.

1.3. Combat sports: boxing, wrestling, fencing or martial arts (judo, karate ...).

1.3.1. Motor sports: motor racing, motorcycling or motocross

1.3.2. Water sports or sailing: sailing, rowing or canoeing.

1.3.2.1. Sliding sports: skiing or ice-skating.

2. CAN AS ABILYTY

2.1. VOCABULARY

2.1.1. VERBS: fall asleeep, put on, take off, wake, wear/ wore.

2.1.2. OTHER: asleep, awake, back, blue, brown, green, orange, pink, purple, red, well, white,yellow.

2.2. VOCABULARY: CLOTHES/ WEAR

2.2.1. UNIFORM/WEAR, HAT, GLOVES, BOOTS, CLOTHES, BELT, COAT, SCARF, BLOUSE, DRESS, HOSE/STOCKINGS, SWEARTER.

2.2.1.1. ASKING QUESTION

3. WE STUDIED ENGLISH TODAY

3.1. GRAMMAR

3.1.1. PAST TENSE AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS

3.1.2. PAST TENSE NEGATIVE STATEMENTS

3.2. USING did -not- ver

3.2.1. USE DID NOT- NOT TO MAKE NEGATIVE STATEMENTS. DO NOT USE- ED ON THE END OF THE VERB.

3.2.2. EXAMPLE

3.2.3. Paul did not study for the test/paul didn't. study for the test

3.2.3.1. Did in questions and denials Unlike the present tense, in which we use DO and DOES according to the subject of the sentence, in the past tense we only use DID. For negations we simply add NOT or use the contraction DID NOT

3.2.3.1.1. Positive I-played We- started You- watched They- had He- saw She- did It - went

4. Funtion: Asking for and given information BOUT PAST ACTIONS

4.1. GRAMMAR:

4.1.1. IRREGULAR VERBS

4.1.2. PAST TENSE NEGATIVE STATEMENTS

4.1.2.1. QUESTIONS WITH DID USING IRREGULAR VERBS

4.1.2.1.1. WH- QUESTIONS WITH DID.

4.2. VOCABULARY

4.2.1. VERBS: begin/ began - bring/ brought- report

4.2.2. OTHER: on time/ take a break / with

4.2.2.1. NOUNS: break / razor

5. YOU MUST SALUTE THE GENERAL

5.1. RANKS OF THE ARMED FORCES

5.1.1. NAVY, AIR FORCE

5.1.2. MILITARY TIMES IN WORDS

5.1.2.1. TIMES

5.2. USING MUST NOT

5.2.1. MUST NOT IS USED TO EXPRESS PROHIBITION. EXAMPLE: you must not eat in the classroom dont eat in the classroom

5.2.1.1. using must

5.2.1.1.1. USING MAY AND CAN

6. PAST TENSE AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENT

6.1. SIMPLE PAST TENSE IS ABOUT AN ACTIVYTY OR SITUATION THAT BEGAN AND ENDED IN THE PAST. THE REGULAR PAST TENSE VERB IS THE SAME FOR ALL SUBJECTS.

6.2. ADD_ ED TO A REGULAR VERB FOR THE SIMPLE PAST TENSE EXAMPLE: WALK- ED: WALKED /PLAY- ED: PLAYED

7. can

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