Первый слайд презентации: Weather
Слайд 9: What? Noun
Snow Cloud Rain Sun Wind How? Adjective Snow y Cloud y Rain y Sun ny Wind y
Слайд 17: Noun
Snow Cloud Rain Sun Wind Adjective Snow y Cloud y Rain y Sun ny Wind y Adjective Cold Cool Warm Hot Dry Wet
Слайд 18: Fill the gaps
There are ________________seasons in a year. They are…………….. There are ________________ months in a year. They are……………. There are ________________ months in a season. They are………… Winter months are………….. Spring months are………….. Summer months are………….. Autumn months are…………..
Слайд 19: In summer it is hot. In summer it is sunny
Слайд 20: In autumn it is cool. In autumn it is windy
Слайд 21: In winter it is cold. In winter it is snowy
Слайд 22: In spring it is warm. In spring it is rainy
Слайд 31: Weather in our hometown
How often is the weather good/bad in your hometown? When does it get really cold/hot in your hometown? What is the hottest/coldest month in your hometown? What do people like to do when it’s hot/cold in your hometown? When is the weather mild/warm/cool?
Слайд 33: What is the weather going to be like ?
The weather is going to be warm and sunny. The weather is going to be cool and rainy. It is going to be rain y. It is going to rain. It is going to be snow y. It is going to snow.
Слайд 35: It is going to be rainy in Paris
Слайд 36: It is going to be sunny in Rome
Слайд 37: It is going to be foggy in Saint-Petersburg
Слайд 38: It is going to be snowy in London
Слайд 39: It is going to be cloudy in Moscow
Слайд 40: It is going to be cold in New York
Слайд 41: It is going to be dry in Cairo
Слайд 42: Comparatives
To form comparatives we add – er or –r to one-syllable adjectives. Old – older Warm – warmer Large – larger Wide – wider
Слайд 43: Comparatives
We add “– er ” or “–r” to adjectives which end with “y”, but we change “y” to “I” Dry – drier Rainy – rainier Sunny – sunnier
Слайд 44: Comparatives
Sometimes we double the last consonant Big – bigger Hot – hotter Sometimes adjectives are irregular Good – better Bad – worse
Слайд 45: Comparatives
With most adjectives of more than two syllables we use ‘more’ Interesting – more interesting Exciting – more exciting Terrible – more terrible
Последний слайд презентации: Weather: Comparatives
To compare two things we use the following construction: ‘A’ is old er than ‘B’ / ‘A’ is not old er than ‘B’ ( Father is older than Mother / Mother is not older than Father) ‘As’ are small er than ‘ Bs ’ / ‘As’ are not smaller than ‘ Bs ’ (Birds are smaller than elephants / Elephants are not smaller than birds) ? Is ‘A’ older than ‘B’? ? Are ‘As’ smaller than ‘ Bs ’