Teens|Grammar activating|El|3. Lost and found

Look and tick


You are going to look at the picture for 15 seconds. Try to remember the things in the picture

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It’s your bag, Adam


Listen to the recording and answer the questions

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Girl | Bob | Mary | Jenny | Alice | Corky | Adam

Girl: … I can’t believe you did that!

Bob: Aaagghhh! Whose bag is this?

Mary: It isn’t my bag.

Bob: Is it your bag?

Jenny: No, it isn’t. It’s Claire’s.

Alice: It isn’t her bag.

Corky: It’s Adam’s bag.

Bob: Here’s your bag, Adam.

Adam: Thanks!


1. How many people can you hear?

2. Where do you think the children are?

3. Whose is the bag?

Listen to the recording and choose the correct option

Girl | Bob | Mary | Jenny | Alice | Corky | Adam

Girl: … I can’t believe you did that!

Bob: Aaagghhh! Whose bag is this?

Mary: It isn’t my bag.

Bob: Is it your bag?

Jenny: No, it isn’t. It’s Claire’s.

Alice: It isn’t her bag.

Corky: It’s Adam’s bag.

Bob: Here’s your bag, Adam.

Adam: Thanks!


Girl | Bob | Mary | Jenny | Alice | Corky | Adam

My phone is new


Read the rule and match the pairs to each other

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We use possessive adjectives (my, her, his, etc.) before the noun. They give information about possessions.

Example: My phone is new.



Complete the sentences with the possessive adjectives

Things I have got


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Make sentences about the things you have. Then ask your teacher

First, speak about you and the people around you

Example: My best friend has got a dog. His dog is big.


  1. I have got a . My is .
  2. My classmate has got a . His / her is .
  3. My parents have got a . is .
  4. My best friend has got . .
  5. My grandparents have got . .

Now ask each other in turn

a house / a mobile phone / a computer / a bag / a room / a pet / a car / a bicycle

Say Ask
E.g. — I have got a computer. E.g. — Is your computer new?
I have got a . Is your ?
My best friend has got a . What colour is his/her ?
My parents have got a . Is their ?

 

Which bag is Daisy’s?


Listen to the recording and choose the correct options

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Ben: Hi! This is Ben again. My new school bag is black and yellow. Jim’s got some computer games in his bedroom. Jim’s mum put them in a green box for him. My teacher, Mr. Moon, has an old shoebox on his desk. He puts pens and pencils, and erasers in it. Look at Tom’s new phone! It’s purple, his favourite colour.

Daisy: I’m Ben’s sister, Daisy. My parents bought me a new tennis bag for my Birthday. It’s very big, and I can carry a lot of things in it.



Listen to the recording again and match the parts of the sentences

Ben: Hi! This is Ben again. My new school bag is black and yellow. Jim’s got some computer games in his bedroom. Jim’s mum put them in a green box for him. My teacher, Mr. Moon, has an old shoebox on his desk. He puts pens and pencils, and erasers in it. Look at Tom’s new phone! It’s purple, his favourite colour.

Daisy: I’m Ben’s sister, Daisy. My parents bought me a new tennis bag for my Birthday. It’s very big, and I can carry a lot of things in it.


Friend’s phone


Read the rule and choose the correct options to complete it

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When we speak about the things we or somebody has got, we use ‘s:

Example:

I’m Ben’s sister.

Look at Tom’s new phone!

Singular Plural Irregular plural
Tom‘s phone

My teacher‘s box

Girls’ room

Friends’ house

Children‘s dog

Women‘s shoes


Make affirmative (+) or negative (-) sentences

Anna and Ben


Listen to the recording and choose the correct options 

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  1. Ben’s watch.
  2. Anna’s computer.
  3. Anna’s dog.
  4. Anna’s phone.
  5. Anna’s shoes.
  6. Ben’s ball.



Draw a thing you have or somebody you know has. Tell your teacher about it

Example: This is a mobile. This is my mum’s mobile. Her mobile is big and new.

Useful language

  • This is …
  • This is my/her/his …
  • My/her/his … is/are …

Whose or who’s?


Listen to the audio and match the question to the answer

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1.

Joe | Harry

Joe: Hi! I’m Joe. What’s your name?

Harry: Hi, Joe. I’m Harry.

2.

Joe | Harry

Joe: Which class are you in?

Harry: Class three.

3.

Tom | Anna

Tom: Whose class is this?

Anna: It’s Mr Black’s.

4.

Tom | Anna

Tom: Who’s your favourite actor?

Anna: Rupert Grint.



Read and complete the rule


Choose the correct options to complete the questions

It’s mine


Read the rule

Example: my T-shirt, his watch

  • We use possessive adjectives (his, her, my, your, etc.) with nouns.

Example: The yellow watch is mine. The black T-shirt is his.

  • We use possessive pronouns (mine, yours, ours, etc.) without
    nouns.

Example:

The blue pen is Robert‘s.

This is Robert‘s blue pen.

  • We can use the possessive case (‘s) only with and without nouns.

Example: The room is the kids’.

We add only to plural nouns.


Match the sentences to each other



Look at the picture and complete the sentences with the possessive pronouns or possessive case


What I can do


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The things you have learnt today:

  • say who different things belong to;
  • ask whose different things are;
  • use the words like my, mine, yours, his, her correctly;
  • build phrases with possessive ‘s, like my dad’s watch, Sarah’s cat.


Useful phrases

  • Tom’s phone
  • children’s shoes
  • my friends’ books

Homework | Домашнее задание


Complete the sentences with the possessive case | Составь предложения в притяжательном падеже


Complete the questions and the answers | Составь вопросы и ответы

Which pronoun? Choose the correct option | Какое местоимение? Выбери правильный вариант


Урок Homework Курс
  • Look and tick
  • It’s your bag, Adam
  • My phone is new
  • Things I have got
  • Which bag is Daisy’s?
  • Friend’s phone
  • Anna and Ben
  • Whose or who’s?
  • It’s mine
  • What I can do
  • Homework 1
  • Homework 2