Listening & Speaking
Mrs. Amira Saleh
• Focus on the topic:
• Sharing Information:
Ranking some main aspects according to
• When choosing a job, people have to consider:
• A. Salary
• B. Excitement, safety…..
• C. Right for you or not?!
• New Vocabularies:
• (ex: athletic, patient, artistic,……)
Vocabulary for Comprehension
• Factory, taste, creative…………..
• Focus on Listening:
• Listening one:
• What’s my job?
• Listening for main ideas/ details/ Reacting to the
More Offbeat Jobs
• Linking Listening one and two:
• It means to combine the two listening together.
• Focus on Vocabulary:
• Ex: Be careful- Lucky- tiring-to work
• Responding to what you listen.
• What is Stress?
• It occurs in words with more than one syllable,
one syllable is stressed.
• Usually one syllable is longer than the other.
• Where you can find stressed words:
• A. Compound nouns = ice-cream
• B. Adjectives + Nouns = a nice woman
• Small Talk:
• Reaction or showing interest:
• When someone tells you something about
him/herself, you have to show interest.
• Ex: A:I am not working
• B: Oh, really??!
• 1. Verb to be + Adjective:
• Ex: Professional shopper is tiring.
• 2. Adjective+ Noun:
• Ex: I have a nice friend.
• 3. If the noun is singular, we use (a) before
the adjective that begins with a consonant
and (an) before the adjective that begins with
• Speaking topics:
• Interview your partner.
• Research topic:
A Piece of the Country in the City
• New Words:
• Apartments, crowded, gardens,
• Read the paragraph:
• 1. Urban greening programs:
• 2. Community gardens:
• 3. Empty lot:
Focus on Listening
• Community Gardens:
• Listening two:
• Guess before you listen.
• Compare your “before” and “after”
Focus on Vocabulary
Past Tense Pronunciation
• 1. If the main verb ends with the sound /t/
or/d/, we pronounce the –ed as /id/
• 2. If the main verb ends with the sounds P,
k, f, s, sh, ch, we pronounce the –d as /t/
• 3. If the main verb ends with any other
sounds, we pronounce the –ed as /d/
• If you agree with any positive statement,
you have to say (too)
• Ex: I like ice-cream, too.
• If you agree with any negative statement,
you have to say (either).
• Ex: I don’t like ice-cream, either.
Simple Past Tense
1.Regulat past tense:
Base form + -d or –ed
2. Irregular past tense:
There is no specific rule
3. The past of verb to be is (was) and (were)
4. The past tense doesn’t change according to subject
except verb to be.
5. we add did +not+ main verb to form negative form
6. Except verb to be ( no need to add verb to do)
7. Past Markers: Yesterday, last month, last year……
A Penny Saved Is a
• Sharing Information:
• Credit Cards
Preparing to Listen
• History of money:
• 9000 B.C: farm animals and plants
• (the oldest form of money)
• 1995 (first electronic cash cards)
• (The newest form of money)
• 1. a member
• 2. exchange
• 3. provides
• 4. represents
• 5. earns
• 6. spend
• 7. equal
• 8. valuable
• 9. skills
Numbers / prices
• 14 /fourteen/
• 40 /fordy/
• 4.29 $ = four dollars and twenty nine
• Let’s go the party….
• Why don’t we go to the party?
• How about going to the party?
• Ok/ All right.
• I don’t think so.
• 1. One syllable Adjective:
• 2. (a consonant+ a vowel + a consonant):
• 3. two syllable adjective+ -y:
• 4. Irregular adjectives:
• Bad …….worse
• 5. Long adjectives:
• More beautiful than……..
Surfing in the Sky
• Sky diving
• Bungee jumping
Focus on Vocabulary
Afraid of heights
On a team
I am_____ I’m_____ I’m not
He is________ He’s _______He’s not
They are______ They’re_____ They’re not
Expressing Likes & Dislikes
I like sky surfing
It’s my favorite sport
I am not crazy about sky surfing
I hate sky surfing.
To talk about an event that is happening now.
Use (verb to be)+ the base form of the verb +-
after the be verb
Add (not) after the verb be
Use be+ subject+ base form of the verb+-ing
Use a wh-word at the beginning of the
Describe the Event
Where are you?
Who is there?
What’s happening? What are you watching?
Vocabulary for Comprehension:
illegal - Legal -Ridiculous- block.
▪ Common Courtesy
▪ Pay attention
We usually pronounce the (t) as a strong (t)
if it comes before a word that begins with a
Ex: I hate to leave.
But I have to go.
Verbs plus Gerunds and Infinitives:
A. I enjoy playing in the garden
(Verb + Gerund)
B. We want to relax.
(Verb + Infinitive)
C. Some verbs can be followed by both
Gerund and infinitives
Ex: I like using computers or I like to use