Hfst 5/6

What to expect this term?

1. PO
2. Grammartest
4. Formal letter
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What to expect this term?

1. PO
2. Grammartest
4. Formal letter

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Let's get started
PTO reading information: What is handy?
Receive booklet: why write an informal letter?

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uNiT 5 + 6
1. Vocabulary: Unit 5. (both directions)
2. Stones 17 + 18 (both directions) Unit 6
3. Grammar 14 (Unit 5): One and ones                    level EASY
-  Grammar 15: Past perfect vs Past Simple.        level MEDIUM
- Grammar 17: Articles (a/an/the/x)                          level EASY
- Grammar 19: Like and as                                            level EASY

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UNIT 5 work work work
1. Vocab: WB p7 (ex 3+4 ) + Test Yourself exercise 1 (p.21)

2. Grammar 14: One and ones: WB p13 (ex.14 + 15) + ex 3 (test yourself)

3. grammar 15: Past perfect vs past simple. WB p19 (ex 25/26)

More exercises for grammar 15 will follow through Showbie

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uNiT 6 work work work
1. Stone 17: WB p31 (ex 10)
- Stone 18: WB p37 (ex 22+23) + ex. 6 of Test Yourself

2. Grammar 17: Articles WB p33 (ex.14)  +ex. 3 of Test yourself

3. Grammar 19: Like/as WB40 (ex27) + ex5 of Test Yourself

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Grammar 14: One and ones
- Use 'one' for singular: That's the book I want, I like that one.

- Use 'ones' for plural: Those are the ones I want. 

A pair of trousers is used for plural, because it has two legs. Same goes for a pair of scissors. 

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Grammar 15: Past perfect vs Past simple
Two things happened in the past.
- The one that happens first: past perfect: had + voltooid deelwoord
- The one that happens second: past simple 

Before I brushed my teeth, I had already taken a shower
I had talked to my mom before I went to work. 

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Grammar 17: Articles
A: if the sound of the word that follows is pronounced. 
(a letter/a phone/a laptop/a console/a university)

AN: if the sound of the word that follows is pronounced as a vowel (klinker).
(an orange/an x-ray/an elephant)

THE: when you talk about a specific thing.
(let's go the party I talked about). That is the teacher I dislike.  

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Grammar 17: continue articles
When do you NOT use an article? When you talk about:
1. Members of a group/country 
(Americans always eat a lot of junkfood)

2. When a sentence starts with 'most/all and both'
(both students were named student of the week)

3. Special titles or functions
(He is President of the USA/she is prime minister)

4. Streetnames/lakes/buildings like schools or hospitals)

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Grammar 19: Like and as
Like: when you give examples of something
(your sister looks like you/it tastes like chocolate cookies)

As: when you compare two things with each other. Could be a comparison from different times or years.

(In England they drive on the left, as do we in Australia)
(She sings to me at night, as my mother used to do when I was little).

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