6th October 2021
Let’s start to use some verbs. We’ll start with:
I have // you have // he has // she has // we have
I have a sister. She is funny and talkative.
Now … Your Turn.
I have a brother. He is …
amazing, angry / beautiful, big /clean, clever, cute / dangerous /easy, electric / fantastic, funny / greedy, great, Greek / happy, healthy, huge / important, intelligent / Japanese / kind / lazy / messy / nervous / old, outgoing /popular / quick / rude / sad, selfish, shy, small / talkative, tiny / ugly, unusual / valuable / wealthy / xenophobic / year-long, young / Zambian
Tell me about your mother, father or cousin.
Let’s move on
I have + adjective + noun. Pronouns + is + adjectives
EXAMPLE: I have a Japanese friend. She is clever and shy.
The sentence has 3 adjectives. Tell me about your friend:
I have a … friend. He or She is … and …
Tell me about these people:
This man is Greek. I have a Greek friend. He is …
This lady is English. I have an ….
This man is Japanese. I have a …
Now, let’s talk about pets.
I have a cute puppy. He is small, quick and happy.
Tell me about your pet.
Tell me about these animals:
Bye bye from the friendly bear.
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4 thoughts on “Young Learners 4: Let’s build some sentences. Part 2”
Love your photos. I have always thought that photos are the best tools for language learning.
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