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  Ibrahim El Mousily High School    COMMON CORE : A GENERAL REVIEW OF BASICS / PART 1   Instr. Abdelkarim Foulfoula   1 THE ENGLISH ALPHABETS /  NUMBERS : The Alphabets: Upper case :  A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Lower case : a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z   Numbers: 0 zero / oh 11 eleven 22 twenty-two 60 sixty 1 one 12 twelve 23 twenty-three 70 seventy 2 two 13 thirteen 24 twenty-four 80 eighty 3 three 14 fourteen 25 twenty-five 90 ninety 4 four 15 fifteen 26 twenty-six 100 one hundred 5 five 16 sixteen 27 twenty-seven 101 one hundred(and) one 6 six 17 seventeen 28 twenty-eight 102 one hundred (and) two 7 seven 18 eighteen 29 twenty-nine 199 one hundred (and) ninety-nine 8 eight 19 nineteen 30 thirty 200 two hundred 9 nine 20 twenty 40 forty 201 two hundred ( and) one 10 ten 21 twenty-one 50 fifty 1000 one thousand 2 NAMES and TITLES : Full name    :   Michael Brown ( Mike) / Mr. Brown   Titles : Mr. married / single male Mr.  Brown * Marital status : single engaged married divorced / widowed    Mrs. married female Mrs.  Jones First name : Last name : Nickname : Title: Miss single female Miss  Jane Michael Brown Mike Mr. Ms. married/single female Ms.  Katie 3 PERSONAL PRONOUNS and POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES : Personal Pronouns:   Singular: I you he she it Possessive Adjectives:   I    → my   / you   →   your   he   →   his   / she   →   her   / it    →   its   my  textbook your  textbook his  textbook her  textbook its  color our  teacher your  name their  class Plural: we you they we   →   our   / you   →   your   / they    →   their   4   VERB “  to be ”  : Affirmative Interrogative Negative I am / I ’m You are / you ’re  He is / He ’s  She is / She ’s  It is  / It ’s   We are / We ’re  You are / You ’re  They are / They ’re   Am I ? Are you ? Is he ? Is she ? Is it ?   Are we ? Are you ? Are they ?   I am not / I ’m not You are not / you ’re   not  He is not / He’ s not  She is not / She ’s not  It is not / It’s   not   We are not / We ’re not  You are not / You ’re not  They are not / They ’re not   1 . –  I am a student. / I’m a student.  - They are students. / They’re students.   2 . A   : Are you a student ? 3 . A   : Is she a teacher ? B   : Yes, I am. /  Yes, I’m . B   : No, she is not. / No, she’s not.   5   ARTICLES “  a ” and “  an ”  : a   book    an   umbrella   an   expensive backpack    Rule : a  + vowel sound an  + consonant sound   English vowels : a o e i u 6 PRONUNCIATION OF PLURAL --S    ENDINGS : / s /   / z /   / iz /   lapto p s ca ke s lipsti ck s table t s penci l s cell-pho ne s teach er  s DV D s credit car d s ba g s doct or  tr ee s cla ss es qui zz es bo x es pencil ca se s hand wat ch es hairbru sh es 7 DEMONSTRATIVES : Singular :   This   is a laptop.   That   is a laptop .   Plural : These   are laptops . Those   are laptops.   this   ==>   ●   /  that   =====>   ●   these   ==>   ●●   /  those   =====>   ●●   1.   A   :  What’s this ?   2.   A :  What are these   ?   B : It’s  a laptop.   B : They’re  laptops . 8 COUNTRIES - NATIONALITIES - LANGUAGES : Country: Nationality: Language: Endings : -an -ian -ish -ch -ese   1 . A : Where are you from ? B   : I’m from Morocco.   2 . A : Wha  t’s your nationality ?   B   : I’m Moroccan.   3 . A : What’s your first language?   B   : My first language is Arabic . Morocco Moroccan Arabic Italy Italian Italian England English English France French French China Chinese Chinese 1 . A : Is France your country ? B   : No, It’s not. It’s England.   2 . A : Is your nationality Italian? B   : No, It’s not. It’s French.   3 . A : Is Arabic your first language? B   : Yes, It is.    9 DESCRIBE APPEARANCE and PERSONALITY : Appearance: Personality: tall ≠   short fat ≠   skinny heavy ≠   thin old ≠   young handsome pretty good-looking beautiful   polite ≠   impolite nice ≠   rude friendly ≠   unfriendly kind ≠   mean serious ≠   funny talkative ≠   quiet shy ≠   outgoing reserved ≠   sociable smart ≠   stupid stupid ≠   intelligent hardworking ≠   lazy arrogant ≠   humble 1. A   : Who’s that ?   B   : She’s my sister.   A   : She’s really pretty. What’s her name  ? B   : Madison. We call her Maddie. 2 . A : What’s Jack like ? Is he nice ?   B   : Well, he’s shy, but he’s really cute. A   : And how old is he ? B   : He’s sixteen. He’s  young. 3 . A : What’s your brother like ? B   : H e’s tall and handsome. A   : Is he friendly ? B   : Yes, he’s so friendly. 10 SAYING “ Hello   ” and SAYING “  Good-bye ”  : Saying “ Hello”   Saying “Good - bye”   - Hello - Hi - Good morning - Good afternoon - Good evening - How are you ? - How are you today ? - How’s it going ?  - How are you doing ? - How about you ? - And you ? - Great, Thanks ! - I’m just fine. Thank you.  - Pretty good, thanks ! - I’m OK, thank you.  - I’m doing great, thanks. - Not bad, thank you. - Bye / Bye-bye / Good-bye - See you later / See you soon - See you tomorrow/ next week - Have a good evening. - Good night / Have a good night. - Have a great weekend / day / time.   - Sandra   : Hi, Gina. How are you ? - Gina   : I’m just fine , Miss Sandra. How about you ? - Sandra   : Pretty good, thanks. - Robin   : Bye, Liz . - Liz   : See you later, Robin. Have a great weekend . - Robin   : You, too, Liz.   11 ASK FOR and GIVE PERSONAL INFORMATION WITH “  wh-questions ”  :   1. What’s   your name ? / Who are you ? My name is Akina Hayashi. / I’m Akina Hayashi.   2. How   do you spell your first name ? It’s A  -K-I-N-A. 3. How   old are you ? I’m seventeen.   4. How   are   you today ? I’m  just fine, thanks. 5. Where   are you from ? I’m from Japan.   6. What’s   your nationality I’m Japanese.   7. Where   are your parents from srcinally ? They’re from Japan, from Tokyo.   8. What’s   your first language ? My first language is Japanese. 9. What’s   your country like ? It’s beautiful, but cold.   / It’s small and beautiful.   10. What’s   your favorite TV show ? My favorite TV show is Game of Thrones. 11. Who’s   your favorite actor ? My favorite actor is Will Smith. 12 What’s   he like ? He’s tall and funny. 13. What’s   your phone number ? My phone number is 718-666-8241 . / It’s 718-666-8241.   14. What’s   your e-mail address ? My e-mail address is ahayashi01@gmail.com . / It’s  ahayashi01@gmail.com . ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS WITH YOUR OWN INFORMATION :   1. What’s your name ? / Who are you ?   2. How do you spell your first name ?   3. How old are you ?   4. How are you today ?   5. Where are you from ?   6. What’s your nationality   7. Where are your parents from srcinally ? 8. What’s your first language ?   9. What’s your country like ?  ( big , small , beautiful , cold , warm …)   10. What’s your favorite TV show / color / food / sports / season / animal    ?   11. Who’s your best friend ?   12 What’s he /she like ?   13. What’s your phone number ?   14. What’s your e -mail address ?   GOOD LUCK ! ≠   unattractive * handsome  , good- looking  , cute  for men * beautiful  ,  pretty   , cute  for women  Ibrahim El Mousily High School    COMMON CORE : A GENERAL REVIEW OF BASICS / PART 2   Instr. Abdelkarim Foulfoula   1 CLOTHES Clothes + Colors : 1 . Use your color pencils to practice colors. white bl ck d rk gr y gr y light gr y beige light brown brown d rk brown red pink or nge yellow light green green d rk green light blue blue d rk blue purple 2. Notice :   →   a blue T-shirt a T-shirt blue →   black shoes a black shoes shoes black - This is a blue shirt. - These are blue jeans. Clothes that usually are in plural form →   3. Asking about color : 1 . A : What color is    your T-shirt ? 2 . A : What color are   his sneakers ? 3 . A : What color is   the suit ? B : My T-shirt is white. B : His sneakers are brown. B : The suit is dark blue. 2   POSSESSIVES : with Possessive Adjectives : with Possessive Pronouns : with Name+ ’s   I you he she we they These are my shoes. These are your shoes. These are his shoes. These are her shoes. These are our shoes. These are their shoes. These shoes are mine . These shoes are yours . These shoes are his . These shoes are hers . These shoes are ours . These shoes are theirs . - These are Sara  ’s  shoes. - These shoes are Sara  ’s . - This is Alex ’s  hat. - This hat is Alex ’s . 1.  A   : Is this your     Jacket ? 2.   A : Are these high heels yours   ? 3.   A : Is this Camilia  ’s  dress ? B   : Yes, it’s mine . / Yes, it’s my    Jacket. B : No, they’re not. Maybe, they are Sara  ’s . B : Not, it’s not. Hers   is blue. 1. A   : Whose   cap is   this ? B   : It’s Sami ’s . 2. A : Whose   shorts are   these ? B   : They’re mine . A : Whose   T-shirts are   these ? Are they Tom’s and Joshua  ’s  ? B   : No, they’re not. Theirs   are blue, not white. Practice :   Choose the correct word.  A: ________ ( whose /his ) shirt is this ? Is it Arya___ ( s/’s) ?   B : No, it’s not _______ ( her / hers ) . It’s ______ ( my / mine ).   A : Are these _______ ( yours / your jeans ? B : No, they aren’t _______ ( my / mine ) jeans. Let’s ask Ali. I think they’re _______ ( he’s / his ) .   3 WEATHER & SEASONS The Four Seasons of the Year :    W   h  a   t  s   t   h  e  w  e  a   t   h  e  r   l   i   k  e  ?   the  sun - A :  What’s the weather like ?  - B : It’s   sunny   . - It’s (very)   hot   .   clouds - A :  What’s the weather like ?  - B : It’s   cloudy   .   - It’s ( so )   humid   .   wind - A :  What’s the weather like ?  - B : It’s   windy   .   - It’s  ( very) cold   .   rain - A :  What’s the  weather like ?  - B : It’s   rainy   .   - It’s  rain ing   now .   snow - A :  What’s the weather like ?  - B : It’s   snowy   .   - It’s  snow ing   now .   winter spring summer fall pants - jeans - shorts - pajamas - gloves / shoes - high-heels - sneakers - running shoes - boots - sandals - flipflops - socks Underwear:   undershirt bra underpants panties shirt blouse T-shirt polo shirt pants jeans shorts tights suit uniform tracksuit pajamas dress skirt djellaba scarf cap hat gloves scarf tie belt sweater polo sweater hoodie jacket coat rain coat     f   t   a   r   shoes high heels boots sneakers running shoes sandals flipflops socks    IN MY SCHOOL /  CLASSROOM   textbook copybook notebook dictionary pen pencil eraser ruler highlighter pencil case board desk chair door window curtains TV DVD player remote control loud speakers data projector A.C lamp outlet light switch wastebasket administration classroom library restroom teacher student PERSONAL OBJECTS & BELONGINGS   ID card student card driver’s license  passport ticket notebook newspaper cheque book ATM card money cash change wallet purse backpack briefcase handbag cell-phone tablet laptop flash drive keys keychain lighter phone charger power bank USB cable headphones sunglasses prescription glasses umbrella sim card SD card hand watch camera perfume deodorant lipstick make up jewelry suitcase duffle bag hairbrush nail clippers pills gum tissue
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