Teens|Grammar activating|El|4. Family portraits

The Simpsons


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Watch the video and choose the correct options


Family members


Match the words with each other


Look at the picture and complete the sentences



Three families


Listen to the recording and match the names with the information

identical twins — two siblings that were born at the same time and have similar appearance

 

an only child — one child in the family, without any siblings

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Presenter: Owen.

Owen: I’m an identical twin. I really like it. At school my brother Oscar’s in a different class from me. We like sports, and we are good students, too. We’ve got dark hair and brown eyes, but I’ve got long hair, and Oscar’s hair is short. It’s our mother’s idea. That’s way, our family, friends and teachers haven’t got a problem with who is Oscar, and who is Owen.

Presenter: Connor.

Connor: I’m from a big family. I’ve got four sisters. They’ve all got brown eyes and long dark hair, but I’ve got short curly fair hair and blue eyes — the same as my dad. In the morning, seven people for the bathroom is a bit difficult. But I really like my big family. We’re all good friends. I’m the baby of the family. And my sisters are really nice to me!

Presenter: Jane.

Jane: I haven’t got any brothers or sisters, but I’ve got five aunts and uncles! I’ve got sixteen cousins to play with in the school holidays. I’ve got a lot of friends at school I can chat with on the computer. And my best friend lives near me. She’s got two brothers and a sister, and her house is crazy! I love it!



Listen to the recording again and complete the sentences with the correct options

Presenter: Owen.

Owen: I’m an identical twin. I really like it. At school my brother Oscar’s in a different class from me. We like sports, and we are good students, too. We’ve got dark hair and brown eyes, but I’ve got long hair, and Oscar’s hair is short. It’s our mother’s idea. That’s way, our family, friends and teachers haven’t got a problem with who is Oscar, and who is Owen.

Presenter: Connor.

Connor: I’m from a big family. I’ve got four sisters. They’ve all got brown eyes and long dark hair, but I’ve got short curly fair hair and blue eyes — the same as my dad. In the morning, seven people for the bathroom is a bit difficult. But I really like my big family. We’re all good friends. I’m the baby of the family. And my sisters are really nice to me!

Presenter: Jane.

Jane: I haven’t got any brothers or sisters, but I’ve got five aunts and uncles! I’ve got sixteen cousins to play with in the school holidays. I’ve got a lot of friends at school I can chat with on the computer. And my best friend lives near me. She’s got two brothers and a sister, and her house is crazy! I love it!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

They have got a house


Read the examples in the table and complete the rule

Have/has got

We use have/has got:

  • to say that something belongs to someone;

Example: I’ve got a new bike.

He’s got a camera.

  • to describe someone or something;

Example: Peter’s got dark hair.

  • to talk about health problems.

Example: Claire’s got a headache.

I’ve got a cold.


Have got/ has got: positive and negative

Positive

I
We
You
They
have got
‘ve got
tickets for the cinema.
He
She
It
has got
‘s got
a new bike.

Negative

I
You
We
They
have not got
haven’t got
tickets for the cinema.
He
She
It
has not got
hasn’t got
a new bike.

Questions and short answers

Question

Short answer

Have I got? Yes, I have.
No, I haven’t.
Have you got? Yes, you have.
No, you haven’t.
Has he got? Yes, he has.
No, he hasn’t.
Has she got? Yes, she has.
No, she hasn’t.
Has it got? Yes, it has.
No, it hasn’t.
Have we got? Yes, we have.
No, we haven’t.
Have you got? Yes, you have.
No, you haven’t.
Have they got? Yes, they have.
No, they haven’t.

Long form

Short form

I have got a sister. I've a sister.
They got a big house. They've got a big house.
She has a brother. She's got a brother.
Look at the car! It has got four wheels. Look at the car! It' got four wheels.

 



The short forms are ‘ve/’s got.


Complete the sentences with have/has got

I have got, I haven’t got


Put the words into the right columns



Make negative or positive sentences true for you

We build negative sentences like this:

I/ we/ you/ they He/ she/ it
They have not got a car.
haven’t got a sister.
She has not got a brother.
My dad hasn’t got long hair.

Ask and answer


Put the words in the right order to make questions

Remember the structure of the questions:

Have you got any brothers or sisters?
Has she got a TV in her bedroom?
Yes, I have.
No, she hasn’t.
What pets have you got? I’ve got a cat.


Interview each other about these things. Write Yes or No in the table

Example:

— I have got a sister. Have you got any siblings?
— Yes, I have. I’ve got a brother. Have you got aunts and uncles?


Have you got… You Your teacher
siblings Yes / No Yes / No
nieces or nephews Yes / No Yes / No
aunts or uncles Yes / No Yes / No
a TV in your room Yes / No Yes / No
a favorite dish/drink Yes / No Yes / No
a favourite band Yes / No Yes / No
a bicycle Yes / No Yes / No
a camera Yes / No Yes / No

The cartoon family





Choose the card and make dialogues about the cartoon character

Example:

— Has Homer got any siblings?
— Yes, he has. He has a brother, Herb.


Listening


Listen to the dialogues and match the names to the people in the picture. Then click on the hotspots and check yourself


1.
— Look! That’s Lisa over there.
— Has she got short hair?
— No. She’s the girl with the long dark hair. Her skirt is white.
— All right! So, that’s Lisa! OK.

2.
— And that is Kim. She’s got short dark hair and a white shirt.
— Is she with Lisa?
— Yes, she is. She’s Lisa’s best friend.
— Fine. Lisa’s got long hair, Kim’s got short hair.
— That’s right.

3.
— Is that Harry?
— Who?
— The boy with the red hair.
— No, Harry’s hair is blonde. Wait, that’s Harry.
— Where?
— There. He’s got a bottle of orange juice.
— Ah, yes, you’re right!

4.
— Who is Lianne?
— She’s got long blonde hair and a green T-shirt.
— A green T-shirt? That girl’s got long blonde hair, but her T-shirt is blue.
— Sorry. Blue T-shirt. My mistake.
— No problem.

5.
— Look! That’s Ben and Tom! Are they brothers?
— Yes, they are. They’re twins.
— Who’s Tom and who’s Ben?
— Tom’s got the ball. Ben’s the boy with the green baseball cap.
— And the girls?
— They’re Oliver’s cousins. He’s the boy with the red hair.
— Oh, yes! There he is!


Lianne | Tom | Lisa | Oliver | Kim | Harry | Ben


Answer the questions

What I can do


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The things you have learnt today:

  • give the details about families using «have/has got»;
  • say what people look like using «have/has got»;
  • use different pronouns («I», «my», «his», «him», «me», etc.) correctly.

1. grandparent
2. grandmother
3. grandfather
4. parent
5. mother
6. father
7. son
8. daughter
9. sibling
10. brother
11. sister
12. twin
13. cousin
14. aunt
15. uncle
16. niece
17. nephew

Useful phrases

  • I have got
  • She has got
  • Have you got … ?

Homework. The picture of my family | Домашнее задание. Фото моей семьи



Look at the picture. Complete the sentences about Dave’s family with has/have got, hasn’t/haven’t got | Посмотри на фото. Составь предложения о семье Дэйва с использованием has/have got, hasn’t/haven’t got

Write about a family | Напиши о семье


Think about a family from a cartoon, a film or a book | Подумай о семье из мультфильма, фильма или книги

  1. How many members are there in the family?
  2. What colour eyes and hair have they got?
  3. What pets have they got?
  4. What other things have they got?

  1. Сколько членов семьи в этой семье?
  2. Какой у них цвет глаз и волос?
  3. Какие у них есть питомцы?
  4. Какие другие вещи у них есть?



Write about the family from a cartoon or book | Напиши о семье из мультфильма или книги

Советы по написанию

  1. Прочитайте внимательно задание и/или вопросы
  2. Составьте план того, о чем хотите написать
  3. Напишите текст по составленному плану
  4. Перечитайте текст перед отправкой на проверку
  5. Изучите правила и посмотрите пример здесь.
  6. Воспользуйтесь программой, которая поможет избежать опечаток и исправит некоторые ошибки.

1. grandparent
2. grandmother
3. grandfather
4. parent
5. mother
6. father
7. son
8. daughter
9. sibling
10. brother
11. sister
12. fair
13. curly
14. dark
15. long
16. short
17. blue
18. green
19. swimming pool
20. car
21. house
22. fish
23. parrot
24. cat
25. dog

Урок Homework Курс
  • The Simpsons
  • Family members
  • Three families
  • They have got a house
  • I have got, I haven’t got
  • Ask and answer
  • The cartoon family
  • Listening
  • What I can do
  • Homework 1
  • Homework 2