AMERICAN LANGUAGE COURSE LESSON 25-30

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1. LESSON 29 YOU MUST SALUTE THE GENERAL.

1.1. ASK AN ANSWER QUESTIONS ABOUT A PERSON´S, MILITARY RANKS AND MILITARY TIME. Military Time To 12-hour clock conversion If the number of hours (two first digits) is between 0 and 12 (e.g. 0000, 0920, 1210), the hour will be the same in both notations with the exception that 0 will be 12 A.M. (midnight) and 12 will be 12 P.M. (noon) If the number of hours is greater then 12 (e.g. 1330, 1535, 2305), subtract 12 from it and you will get P.M. time Examples: 0012 is 12:12 AM because 0 is converted to 12 AM 0930 is 09:30 AM because 9 is less then

1.2. MILITARY RANKS

1.3. MILITARY RANKS

2. LESSON 25 SPORTS AND GAMES

2.1. Task 1

2.2. Saying what you like like + noun / ing form I like tennis / I like playing tennis love + noun / ing form He loves football / He loves watching football be keen on + noun / ing form She's keen on the cinema / going to the cinema enjoy + noun / ing form We enjoy sports / playing sports

3. LESSON 28 WHAT IS SHE WEARING?

3.1. CAN AS ABILITY Examples: a. I can speak English. b. You can leave early today. c. Can I come in, please? Formation: Positive: Subject + CAN + Verb1 Negative: Subject + CAN'T + Verb1

3.2. CAN AND CAN´T

3.3. USE CAN OR CAN´T

4. LESSON 26 WE STUDIED ENGLISH TODAY

4.1. How do we form the Simple Past? We form the Simple Past: with regular verbs: infinitive + -ed Affirmative sentences in the Simple Past – regular verbs I played with a ball. You played with a ball. Affirmative sentences in the Simple Past – irregular verbs I went home. You went home. Negative sentences in the Simple Past – regular verbs I did not play with a ball. You did not play with a ball. Negative sentences in the Simple Past – irregular verbs I did not go home. You did not go home.

4.2. PAST AND AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS

4.3. PAST AND AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS

5. LESSON 27 DID YOU TAKE A BREAK

5.1. Questions with "did" Use "did" + the main verb in the simple form to make a question in the past tense.Questions with "did"Simple Irregular verbs past and present. USe did+not to make negativa statementes.

5.2. USING IRREGULAR VERBS

5.3. USING IRREGULAR VERBS

6. LESSON 30 HOW MUCH IS THIS SHIRT?

6.1. QUESTION WITH WHAT QUESTION WITH HOW MUCH, THIS/ THAT/ THESE/ THOSE + NOUN. How much is used with uncountable nouns. HOW MUCH + UNCOUNTABLE NOUN How much time do we have to finish the test? We use: this and that in the singular, these and those in the Plural.

6.2. THIS/THATH THESE/ THOSE

6.3. RELATING TO THE BUYING AND SELLING OF ARTICLES