Vocabulary students must know and spell correctly is:
Could and Couldn't
We use could and couldn't to express past ability or lack of past possibility. They are the past of can in affirmative and negative. The verb after could and
couldn't is in infinitive.
I could run very fast when I was young.
I couldn't talk when I was one years old.
Most of the rest of the focus on this unit is the past simple. (see units 3 and 4)
Possessive and Adjectival Pronouns
Possessive Adjectives are used before a noun to say it belongs to someone or something.
It is my pencil.
They are our dogs.
Possessive Pronouns are used without a noun to say something belongs to someone or something.
They are theirs.
Writing and Speaking
Students doing the Cambridge Movers exam will focus on part three of the speaking.
Please see Unit 5 of 3º English.
Students doing the Cambridge Flyers Exam will focus on part two of the speaking exam.
Students must begin to focus on constructing questions in the present simple, present continuous or past simple for this part of the exam.
Questions for Emma's DVD above would be like this:
What is the name of Emma's DVD?
Who gave her the DVD?
What is it about?
When did she watch it?
Was it it exciting or boring?
Questions for Katy's lesson above would be like this:
Who is Katy's teacher?
What subject is she studying?
How long is the lesson?
What day is the lesson?
What is she studying today?