Monday, 12 December 2011

Baa, Baa Black Sheep



Let's Us sing " Baa, Baa Black Sheep " song :")





Tracer Pages - standard print font:

Nursery Rhyme coloring page      Nursery Rhyme coloring page    Nursery Rhyme coloring page 
   bag        black          boy 
 Nursery Rhyme coloring page  Nursery Rhyme coloring page
    dame     lane  

Nursery Rhyme coloring page    Nursery Rhyme coloring page    Nursery Rhyme coloring page
   master     one         sheep  
 Nursery Rhyme coloring page   Nursery Rhyme coloring page
       three       wool  





Sunday, 11 December 2011

the Months of the Year

the Months of the Year




How to Pronounce the Months of the Year




Let Us Sing :

Months Of The Year Song


The DAYS in a week :")


Days of the week
Monday (Mon)
Tuesday (Tue) (Tues)
Wednesday (Wed)
Thursday (Thur) (Thurs)
Friday (Fri)
Saturday (Sat)
Sunday (Sun)


Note: The months and the days of the week begin with a capital letter.



How to Pronounce the Days of the Week: 









Days of the Week - 1

Type the missing letters in the boxes for the words below.


1.Tueday
2.Snday
3.Frday
4.Monay
5.Wenesday
6.Satuday
7.Thurday




Sunday...Monday...Tuesday...Wednesday...

Thursday...Friday...Saturday... song :")




Personal Pronouns - exercises 2


topic: PERSONAL PROUNOUNS 2

Replace the bold word(s) with the correct pronoun (I, you, we, they, it, she, or he):
1. My uncle lives in Mexico City. ___________ lives in Mexico City.
2. My friends aren't coming.  ___________aren't coming.
3. Mrs. Wong is studying English.  ___________ is studying English.
4. You and I have to talk about the test.  ___________ have to talk about the
test.
5. Can you help me? Yes,  ___________ can help you.
6. The tree is going to fall.  ___________ is going to fall.
7. John and his girlfriend had an argument.  ___________ had an argument.
8. Jim and I are the same age.   ___________are the same age.
9. My passport is in my bag.   ___________ is in my bag.
10. My cousin George just graduated from high school.   ___________ just
graduated from high school.


ANSWERS: 
1) He   2) They   3) She   4) We   5) I   6) It   7) They   8) We   9) It   10) He 

Personal Pronouns - exercises 1


topic: PERSONAL PROUNOUNS 1

Replace the bold word(s) with the correct pronoun (I, you, we, they, it, she, or he):
1. My cousin and her friend were at the mall. ___________ were at the mall.
2. Peter is a little sick. ___________ is a little sick.
3. Does your aunt know what happened? Does ___________ know what
happened?
4. The door is locked. ___________ is locked.
5. My friend Linda and I are going on a trip. ___________ are going on a trip.
6. Am I a good student. Yes, ___________ are a good student.
7. My cats are hungry. ___________ are hungry.
8. Mr. Jones is a good teacher. ___________is a good teacher.
9. Is Chinese a difficult language. Yes, ___________is a difficult language.
10. My brother and I live together. ___________live together.


ANSWERS: 
1) They    2) He   3) she   4) It   5) We   6) you   7) They   8) He   9) it   10) We

Personal Pronouns


Pronouns are words we use in the place of a full noun.
We have both subject and object pronouns:

Subject                                                         Object


I                                                                                                   me
you                                                                                              you
he                                                                                               him
she                                                                                             her
it                                                                                                  it
we                                                                                               us
you                                                                                              you
they                                                                                             them

We use he/him to refer to men, and she/her to refer to women. When we are not sure if we are talking about a man or a woman we use they/them.
This is Jack. He’s my brother. I don’t think you have met him.
This is Angela. She’s my sister. Have you met her before?
Talk to a friend. Ask them to help you.
You could go to a doctor. They might help you.

Subject pronouns

We use subject pronouns as subject of the verb:
I like your dress.
You are late.
He is my friend
It is raining
She is on holiday
We live in England.
They come from London.

WARNING
Remember: English clauses always have a subject:
His father has just retired. Was a teacher. > He was a teacher.
I’m waiting for my wife. Is late.  > She is late.
If there is no other subject we use it or there. We call this a dummy subject.

 Object pronouns

 We use object pronouns:
• as the object of the verb:
Can you help me please?
I can see you.
She doesn’t like him.
I saw her in town today.
We saw them in town yesterday, but they didn’t see us.
• after prepositions:
She is waiting for me.
I’ll get it for you.
Give it to him.
Why are you looking at her?
Don’t take it from us.
I’ll speak to them

Grammar - Articles " a ", " an " exercises


EXERCISES


Complete the sentences using a or an.
  1. ............... zebra
  2. .............. owl
  3. ................... giraffe
  4. ................. gorilla
  5. .................... alligator
  6. .................. lizard
  7. .................. horse
  8. .................. elk
  9. .................. iguana
  10. .................. kitten
  11. .................. ocelot
  12. .................. yak
  13. .................. skunk
  14. .................. ox
  15. .................. ostrich
  16. .................. whale
  17. .................. turtle
  18. .................. octopus
  19. .................. puppy
  20. .................. elephant
    •      
    •      

ANSWERS: 1)a 2)an 3)a 4)a 5)an 6)a 7)a 8)an 9)an 10)a 11)an 12)a 13)a 14)an 15)an 16)a 17)a 18)an 19)a 20)an 

topic: WHICH ARTICLE?

  
Fill in the blanks with either “a”, “an”, or “the”. 

I went to 1)______  airport at 6:00 AM yesterday. I had to catch  2)______   
flight to Paris. The lines at  3)______  airport were very long, so I had to wait   
4)______  long time. Once  5)______  plane took off, I tried to get some sleep  
but I couldn't. Then I ate  6)______  pretty good meal, 7)______  rare  
occurrence on airplanes! Later, I spoke to one of  8)______  flight attendants  
for  9)______ while. She was pretty. She told me that  10)______  pilot of    
11)______ airplane was French. I managed to fall asleep for about  12)______   
hour. After I woke up, I felt refreshed. I ordered  13)______  drink, then  
another. Generally, it was  14)______ pretty smooth flight.

ANSWERS: 1)the 2)a 3)the 4)a 5)the 6)a 7)a 8)the 9)a 10)the 11)the 12)an 13)a 14)a 

VERBs - Articles " a ", " an ", " the "


A, An or The?

When do we say "the dog" and when do we say "a dog"? (On this page we talk only about singular, countable nouns.)
The and a/an are called "articles". We divide them into "definite" and "indefinite" like this:
Articles
DefiniteIndefinite
thea, an
We use "definite" to mean sure, certain. "Definite" is particular.
We use "indefinite" to mean not sure, not certain. "Indefinite" is general.
When we are talking about one thing in particular, we use the. When we are talking about one thing in general, we use a or an.
Think of the sky at night. In the sky we see 1 moon and millions of stars. So normally we would say:
  • I saw the moon last night.
  • I saw a star last night.
Look at these examples:
thea, an
  • The capital of France is Paris.
  • I have found the book that I lost.
  • Have you cleaned the car?
  • There are six eggs in the fridge.
  • Please switch off the TV when you finish.
  • I was born in a town.
  • John had an omelette for lunch.
  • James Bond ordered a drink.
  • We want to buy an umbrella.
  • Have you got a pen?
Of course, often we can use the or a/an for the same word. It depends on the situation, not the word. Look at these examples:
  • We want to buy an umbrella. (Any umbrella, not a particular umbrella.)
  • Where is the umbrella? (We already have an umbrella. We are looking for our umbrella, a particular umbrella.)
This little story should help you understand the difference between the and a, an:

A man and a woman were walking in Oxford Street. The woman saw a dress that she liked in a shop. She asked the man if he could buy the dress for her. He said: "Do you think theshop will accept a cheque? I don't have a credit card."




Saturday, 10 December 2011

Come on... lets us sing happy songs


If You Are HAPPY :")



The Animal Sounds Song



Finger Family:)

Let's sing " occupations " song



When i grow up, i want to be a .....


Flashcards - occupations


              Doctor

 
           Fireman


                                                           
          Pilot 
         Police
          Chef

we NEED to CARE the WILD LIFE...:")


Flashcards - animals

  

Crocodile



Elephant



Giraffe



Tiger




Snake





Bear
FLASHCARDS

Flashcards
-     introduce English words to children. 
-     is a set of cards bearing information, as words.
-     can bear vocabulary
exercise the mental process of active recall