2.1. Verb to be
|Questions with question words||Answers|
|What||is her surname?
is his job?
is her address?
He’s a policeman.
34, Chuch Street.
|She’s Patrick’s daughter.|
|How old||is he?
|How much||is an ice-cream?||One pound 50p.|
|Yes/No questions||Short answers|
|hot?||Yes, he is.
No, she isn’t.
Yes, it is.
|married?||No, I’m not. /No, we aren’t.
Yes, they are. /No, they aren’t.
|I||‘m not||from the States.||I’m not = I am not (
|isn’t||He isn’t = He is not
She isn’t = She is not
It isn’t = It is not
|aren’t||We aren’t = We are not
You aren’t = You are not
They aren’t = They are not
2.2. Possessive ‘s
My wife‘s name is Judy.
That’s Andrea‘s dictionary.
2.3. Numbers 21-100
100 one hundred
This is a photo of my family.
It’s good practice for you.
I’m at home. My mother and father are at work.
I’m at La Guardia Community College.
I’m in New Yourk. I’m in a class with eight other students.
I live in an apartment with two American girls.
Central Park is lovely in the snow.