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Unformatted text preview: STAGE 1 LESSON 1 A PEN A PENCIL A BOOK dIugopis dewek ksiqZka WHAT'S THIS IT'S co(to) jest? ' to to jest . WHAT'S THIS ? It's a pen SEE CHART 1 (At the back of the book) TABLE CHAIR LIGHT WALL stéI krzeslo Swiatlo Sciana ROOM CEILING WINDOW DOOR poke] sufit okno drzwi BOX PICTURE IS THIS ? YES! pudelko obraz czy to jest? tak IS THIS -A PEN ? Yes, it‘s a pen NO, IT ISN'T BUT nie to nie jest...lecz IS THIS A PEN ? No, it isn't a pen, but it's a pencil IS THIS A PENCIL ? No, it isn‘t a pencil, but it's a book SEE CHART 1 LONG SHORT THE dIugi krétki rodzajnik okreélony IS THIS PENCIL SHORT ?/ IS THIS PENCIL LONG '? No, this pencil isn't long, but it‘s short FLOOR podIoga CARD karta No, this pencil isn't short, but it's long IS THE ROOM SHORT ? No, the room isn't short, but it's long LARGE duZy. wielki SMALL maly IS THE TABLE SMALL ‘? No, the table isn‘t small, but it‘s large IS THE BOX LARGE ‘2 No, the box isn‘t large, but it's small CITY TOWN VILLAGE miasto miasteczko wieé IS [LONDON] A VILLAGE ‘2/ No, {London} isn't a village, but it's a city IS [WINDSOR] A CITY '2 No, [Windsor] isn't a city, but it's a town IS [GRANTCHESTER] A TOWN ? No, [Grantchester] isn't a town, but it's a village 0R lub IS THE TABLE LONG OR SHORT ? The table's IS A CITY LARGE OR SMALL ? A city's large SEE CHART 1 MAN WOMAN BOY GIRL:r mg2czyzna kobieta chlopiec dziewczyna WHAT'S THIS ? It's a man, woman, boy, girl IS THIS A GIRL ‘2 No, it isn't a girl, but it‘s a man IS THIS A MAN ‘2 No, it isn't a man, but it's a woman IS THIS A WOMAN ? No, it isn't a woman, but it's a boy IS THIS A BOY ? No, it isn't a boy, but it's a girl ONE TWO THREE FOUR FIVEI 1 jeden 2 dwa 3 trzy 4 cztery 5 pieo ON UNDER IN na pod w IS THE PEN IN THE BOOK ? No, the pen isn't in the book, but it's under the book IS THE PEN UNDER THE BOOK ? No, the pen isn't under the book, but it's on the book 10 SEE CHART 1 MRS pani MASTER kawalerlmlody chlopiec MISS panna MR pan IS THIS MISS BROWN? IS THIS MR BROWN ?/ IS THIS MRS BROWN? IS THIS MASTER BROWN ‘2 No, it isn't Miss Brown, but it's Mr Brown No, it isn't Mr Brown, but it's Mrs Brown No, it isn't Mrs Brown, but it's Master Brown No, it isn‘t Master Brown, but it's Miss Brown SEE CHART 1 BLACK WHITE 50 GREEN BROWN WHAT COLOUR ? czarny blaly zielony brqzowy jakiego koloru WHAT COLOUR'S THIS PENCIL ?/ This pencil's black, white SIX SEVEN EIGHT NINE TEN 6 szeéc 7 siedem 8 osiem 9 dziewieé 10 dziesiec WHERE gdzie? WHERE‘S THE PEN ? The pen's on the book WHERE'S THE BOOK ? The book's on the table WHERE'S THE PEN ? The pen's under the table WHERE‘S THE PICTURE ? WHERE'S THE LIGHT ? The picture's on the wall The light's on the ceiling LESSON 2 SEE CHART 1 I'M ja jestem I AM YOU'RE ty jestes YOU ARE HE'S on jest HE IS SHE'S ona jest SHE IS IT'S to (one) jest IT IS II 12 13 Yes, you're Mr Yes, I'm Mr AM I MR ............. ..? ARE YOU MR ............. ..? IS HE MR BROWN? IS SHE MRS BROWN ?/ Yes, he's Mr Brown Yes, she's Mrs Brown I'M NOT ja niejestem IAM-NOT YOU AREN'T ty nie jesteé YOU ARE NOT HE ISN'T on nie jest HE IS NOT SHE ISN'T ona niejest SHE IS NOT IT ISN'T to nie jest IT IS NOT AM I MRS BROWN ? ARE YOU MR ............. ..?/ IS HE MR ............. ..'? IS SHE MR BROWN ? No, you aren‘t Mrs Brown= but you're Mr No, I'm not Mr , but I'm No, he isn't Mr , but he's Mr Brown No, she isn't Mr Brown, but she‘s Mrs Brown ME mnie, mi YOU tobie, twc'1j BEHIND z tyIu, za kimé. czymé IN FRONT OF przed, z pljzodu WHERE'S THE TABLE ? The table's in front of me IS THE WALL IN FRONT OF YOU ?/ No, the wall isn't in front of me, but it's behind me IS THE TABLE BEHIND ME ‘2 No, the table isn't behind you, but it‘s in front of you SEE CHART 1 HIM HER HOUSE jemu, jego, go jej,ja1 dom_ The house is behind him ' The house's behind her No, I'm not behind her, but I'm in front of her WHERE'S THE HOUSE ’? WHERE'S THE HOUSE ? ARE YOU BEHIND HER? AM I IN FRONT OF HIM ?/ No, you aren't in fi-ont of him, but you're behind him STANDING stojapy, stojac SITTING siedzqcy,siedzqc 14 15 16 ARE YOU STANDING ON THE FLOOR ? No, I'm not standing on the floor but I’m sitting on the chair AM I SITTING ON THE CHAIR ? No, you aren't sitting on the chair, but you're standing on the floor ARE YOU STANDING IN FRONT OF MB? No, I'm not standing in front of you, but I'm sitting in front of you TAKING FROM PUTTING! AM 1 PU l I INC THE BOOK ON THE FLOOR ? No, you aren't putting the book on the floor but you're taking the book fi'om the table AM I TAKING THE PEN FROM THE TABLE ? No, you aren't taking the pen from the table, but you're putting the book on the table biorapy 2.... biorqc z... kIadqcy, kIadap OPENING oMierajqc.oMierajqcy CLOSING zamykajqc,zamykaja_cy AM I CLOSING THE DOOR ?/ No, you aren't closing the door but you‘re opening the book AM I OPENING THE WINDOW ? No, you aren't opening the window, but you're closing the book DOING WHAT AM I DOING? co fa robie? WHAT AM I DOING ‘? WHAT AM I DOING ? WHAT AM I DOING ?/ WHAT AM I DOING ? robiqc, robiapy You‘re taking the book from the table You're opening the book You‘re closing the book You're putting the book on the tabie SEE CHART l WHICH ktOry WHICH PENCIL'S BLACK? WHICH PENCIL'S WHITE ? WHICH PENCIL'S GREEN? WHICH PENCIL'S BROWN ? This pencil's black This pencil's white This pencil's green This pencil's brown I7 18 19 OPEN otworzyc CLOSED zamkniety WHICH BOOK'S OPEN ? WHICH BOOK'S CLOSED ? This book's open This book's closed LESSON 3 SEECHARTI TH$ THAT CHART to tamto rozdzial WHAT COLOUR'S THIS PENCIL? WHAT COLOUR'S THAT PENCIL '? WHERE'S THIS PENCIL ? WHERE'S THAT PENCIL? This pencil's black That pencil's white This pencil's on the Chart That pencil's on the wall FOURTEEN FFTEEN 14 czeternaécie 15 pigtnaécie ELEVEN TWELVE THIRTEEN 11 jedenascie 12 dwanaécie 13 tlzynaSCie PLURAL OF SAY ETC. I mnoga sluZy do twelzenia dopelniacza powiedziec, mOWié itd. WHAT'S THE PLURAL OF "BOOK" ? The plural of book is books WHAT'S THE PLURAL OF "LIGHT"? WHAT'S THE PLURAL OF "WALL" ? The plural of light is lights The plural of wall is walls WE'RE WE ARE ARE WE SITTING ‘? WHERE ARE WE SITTING ?/ my jesteSmy Yes, we're sitting We're sitting on the chairs SEE CHART l THEY ARE THEY'RE oni sq ARE THEY STANDING ? WHERE ARE THEY STANDING? Yes, they're standing They're standing in front of the house 20 21' WE ARE NOT we AREN'T. my nie jestesmy ARE WE STANDING ‘? No, we aren't standing, but we're sitting ARE WE SITTING ON THE FLOOR ?/ No= we aren't Sitting on the floor, but we‘re sitting on the chairs THEY ARE NOT THEY AREN'T oni nie sq ARE THEY SITTING? ARE THEY STANDING BEHIND THE HOUSE ‘2 No, they aren't standing behind the house, but they're standing in front of the house No, they aren‘t sitting, but they're standing RED BLUE ‘ YELLOW GREY czewvony niebieski zany szary SEE CHART 1 WHAT COLOUR‘S THIS PENCIL ETC.‘?/ This pencil's red etc. THESE THOSE AND;r te tamte i WHAT COLOUR'S THIS PENCIL ? This pencil's black WHAT COLOUR'S THAT PENCIL? That peneil‘s white WHAT COLOUR ARE THESE PENCILS '2 WHAT COLOUR ARE THOSE PENCILS ‘2 WHERE ARE THESE PENCILS ? WHERE ARE THOSE PENCILS ?/ WHAT COLOUR ARE THESE CHAIRS ‘2 WHAT COLOUR ARE THOSE CHAIRS ? These pencils are black and green Those pencils are White and brown These pencils are on the Chart Those pencils are on the wall These chairs are Those chairs are IRREGULAR 10° nieregularny WOMEN kobiety MEN me‘zczyZni The plurals of "man" and "woman" are irregularJ The plural of "man" is "men"./ We sa one man two men./ The lural of "woman" is "women"./ We sa one 9 woman, two women. 22 23 WHAT'S THE PLURAL OF "MAN" ? The plural of "man" is "men" WHAT'S THE PLURAL OF "WOMAN" ? The plural of "woman" is "women SIXTEEN SEVENTEEN EIGHTEEN NINETEEN TWENTY 1652esna$cie 175iedemna$cie 1805iemnaécie 19dziewi¢tna$cie 20dwadzieécia SEE CHART 1 CLOTHES of ubranie WHAT ARE THESE ?.’ These are clothes SHOE SOCK TROUSERS JACKET but skarpeta spodnie Zakiet, kurtka, marynarka SUIT SHIRT TIE HAT garnitur koszula krawat kapelusz WHAT‘S THIS ETC? It's a shoe etc. SEE CHART 2 ALPHABET alfabet LETTER litera WHAT LETTERS THIS ETC ?/ A, B, etc. VOWEL samogloska CONSONANT spélgloska These are the five vowels: a e i o u. WHAT ARE THESE ?/ These are the five vowels WHAT ARE THE FIVE VOWELS ? The five vowels are "a e i o u" The letters "b c d" etc. are consonants. No, the letter "B" isn't a vowel but it's ! a consonant IS THE LETTER "B" A VOWEL ? 24 25 26 BEFORE przed AFTER p0 WHICH LETTER'S BEFORE E ? D's before E WHICH LETTER'S AFTER I? J's afterI WHICH LETTER'S BEFORE Z '2 Y's before Z WHICH LETTER'S AFTER G '? H's afierG LESSON 4 BETWEEN miedzy (dwoma rzeczami) E's between D and F I's between H and J R's between and S WHICH LETTER'S BETWEEN D AND F? WHICH LETTER'S BETWEEN H AND J ? WHICH LETTER'S BETWEEN Q AND S ? US WHERE'S THE TABLE 17f ARE THE WALLS IN FRONT OF US? nas, nam The table's in front of us No, the walls aren't in front of us, but they're behind us IS THE TABLE BEHIND US? No, the table isn‘t behind us, but it's in front of us SEE CHART 1 THEM WHERE'S THE HOUSE? ARE YOU BEHIND THEM? AM I IN FRONT OF THEM ?/ I’ ich. im The house's behind them No, I'm not behind them, but I'm in front of them No, you aren't in front of them, but you‘re behind them PUPIL uczer‘i TEACHER nauczyciel AM I THE PUPIL ? No, you aren't the pupil, but you're the teacher ARE YOU THE TEACHER ? No, I'm not the teacher, but I'm the pupil SEE CHART 3 27 28 29 THIRTY FORTY FIFTY_ SIXTY SEVENTY EIGHTY 30 40 50 60 r _ 70 80 trzydzieéci czterdzieéci pieédziesiqt szeéédziesiaj siedemdziesiat osiemdziesiqt NINETY HUNDRED THOUSAND MILLION NUMBER - 90 dziewieédziesiqt 100 etc 1,000 tysiqc 1,000,000 milion Iiczba, numer WHAT NUMBER‘S THIS ? 30 etc. WHAT NUMBERS ARE THESE ? 3O - 13 I 40 - 14 etc. WHAT NUMBER'S THIS ? 313 : 1,815 : 1,950,630 PLUS pius EQUALS réwna sie 2 + 2 = 4/ WHAT'S THIS ? It‘s 2 + 2 i 4 HOW MUCH ile (dla rzecz, niepol.) HOW MUCH IS 13 PLUS 5 ?/ 13 plus 5 equals 18 HOW MUCH IS 18 + 40 5 + 10 60 +19 6 + 3 16 + 30 20 + 15 90 + 15 10 + 30/ THERE'S jest THERE IS jest IS THERE A PEN ON THIS BOOK? IS THERE A LIGHT ON THE CEILING ? IS THERE A TABLE IN THIS ROOM ?/ Yes, there's a pen on this book Yes, there's a light on the ceiling Yes, there's a table in this room NOW IS THERE A PEN ON THE BOOK? ARE THERE TWO PENS ON THE BOOK NOW? THERE ARE sq teraz Yes, there's a pen on the book Yes, there are two pens on the book now Yes, there are [12] chairs in this room ARE THERE [12] CHAIRS IN THIS ROOM ?/ Yes, there are [2] pictures ARE THERE [2] PICTURES ON THESE WALLS ‘? - on these walls 30 31 THERE ISN'T nie ma (-1. poj.) 'THERE Is NOT IS THERE A PEN ON THE BOOK? IS THERE A BOOK ON THE FLOOR? IS THERE A CHAIR ON THE TABLE ?/ No, there isn't a pen on the book No, there isn‘t a book on the floor No, there isn't a chair on the table THERE ARE NOT THERE AREN'T nie ma (I. mnoga) ARE THERE TWO CHAIRS ON THE TABLE ‘2 No, there aren't two chairs on the table ARE THERE A HUNDRED PICTURES IN THIS ROOM ’2! No, there aren't a hundred pictures in this room, but there are pictures in this room ARE THERE A THOUSAND CHAIRS IN THIS ROOM ? No, there aren't a thousand chairs in this room, but there are chairs in this room HIGH- wysokie LOWo niskie IS THE CHAIR HIGH ? IS THE WALL LOW? IS THE TABLE HIGH? No, the chair isn't high, but it's low No, the wall isn't low, but it‘s high No, the table isn‘t high, but it's low 3 LESSON 5 NEITHER NOR ani ani IS THIS A CEILING OR A FLOOR '2 No, it‘s neither a ceiling nor a floor, but it's a table ARE THERE A HUNDRED CHAIRS IN THIS ROOM OR A THOUSAND CHAIRS ? No, there are neither a hundred chairs in this room nor a thousand chairs, but there are chairs in this room ARE YOU MR BROWN OR MR SMITH ?I' No, I'm neither Mr Brown nor Mr Smith, but I'm Mr PUT I paid: OPEN otwérz CLOSE ! zamknij IMPERATIVE TAKE ! tryb rozkazujqcy ' wez PLEASE prosze The imperative is take! put! open! close! etc 32 33 34 TAKE THE BOOK, PLEASE !/ WHAT'S HE DOING ‘2 OPEN THE BOOK, PLEASE! WHAT'S HE DOING ? CLOSE THE BOOK, PLEASE !/ WHAT'S HE DOING? PUT THE BOOK ON THE TABLE, PLEASE! WHAT'S HE DOING ? He‘s taking the book He's opening the book He's closing the book He's putting the book on the table SEE CHART l THERE tam HERE tu WHERE'S THE BLACK PENCIL? WHERE'S THE WHITE PENCIL ?." ARE YOU SITTING THERE? IS THE WHITE PENCIL HERE IN FRONT OF YOU ? No, the white pencil isn't here in front of me, but it‘s there on the wall The black pencil's here in front of me The white pencil‘s there on the wall No,- I'm not sitting there, but I‘m sitting here CAPITAL ENGLAND RUSSIA GREECE CHINA stolica Anglia Rosja Grecja Chiny LONDON MOSCOW ATHENS PEKING (BEIJING) Londyn Moskwa Ateny Pekin WHAT'S THE CAPITAL OF ENGLAND ?/ WHAT'S THE CAPITAL OF RUSSIA ? WHAT‘S THE CAPITAL OF GREECE ? WHAT‘S THE CAPITAL OF CHINA? London's the capital of England Moscow's the capital of Russia Athens‘s the capital of Greece Peking's the capital of China READING czytajapylczytanie WRITING piszqcylpisanie WHAT AM I DOING ? You're reading the book WHAT AM I DOING ?/' AM I WRITING IN THE BOOK? You‘re writing in the book No, you aren‘t writing in the book, but you're reading the book 35 36 No, you aren't reading the book, but you're writing in the book AM I READING THE BOOK ? SEE CHART 1 COAT STOCKING DRESS SKIRT 15° pIaszcz. ponczocha suknia spédnica BLOUSE PULLOVER POCKET HANDKERCHIEF bluzka pulover, bezrekawnik kieszen chusteczka do nosa WHAT'S THIS ETC. ? It‘s a coat etc. HOW MANY 7! HOW MANY PICTURES ARE THERE ON THESE WALLS? There are pictures on these walls iIe (dla rzecz. policz.) There‘s one door in this room HOW MANY DOORS ARE THERE IN THIS ROOM ? There are chairs in this room HOW MANY CHAIRS ARE THERE IN THIS ROOM ?/ There‘s one teacher in this room HOW MANY TEACHERS ARE THERE IN THIS ROOM ‘? GOING TO WHAT AM I DOING ‘2 WHAT AM I DOING? WHERE AM I GOING ‘2' AM I GOING TO THE DOOR ?/ idqc do, idqcy You're going to the door You're going to the window You're going to the wall No, you aren't going to the door, but you're going to the window LESSON 6 EUROPE ASIA ITALY FRANCE INDIA Europa Azja WIochy Francja Indie IS GREECE IN ASIA ? No, Greece isn't in Asia, but it's in Europe IS INDIA IN EUROPE? ARE FRANCE AND ITALY IN ASIA? No, India isn't in Europe, but it‘s in Asia No, France and Italy aren't in Asia, but they're in Europe SEE CHART 2 37 38 FIRST 1st. - SECOND 2nd. THIRD 3rd. FOURTH 4th. piensty drugi trzeci czwarty FIFTH 5th. SIXTH 6th. TWELFTH TWENTIETH piaty szbsty dwunasty dwudziesty CARDINAL gIéwny ORDINAL/ porzad kowy WHICH'S THE FIRST LETTER OF THE ALPHABET ? A‘s the first letter of the alphabet WHICH’S THE THIRD LETTER OF THE ALPHABET ? C's the third letter of the alphabet WHICH‘S THE FIFTH LETTER OF THE ALPHABET ?/ E's the fifth letter of the alphabet L‘s the twelfth letter of the alphabet WHICH'S THE TWELFTH LETTER OF THE ALPHABET ? WHICH‘S THE THJRTEENTH LETTER OF THE ALPHABET ? M's the WHICH'S THE TWENTIETH LETTER OF THE ALPHABET? T's the WHICH'S THE TWENTY-FIRST LETTER ?/ Us the WHICH'S THE TWENTY-THIRD LETTER? We the I WHICH'S THE TWENTY—FIFTH LETTER? Y's the WHAT ARE THE CARDINAL NUMBERS ? The cardinal numbers are 1,2,3, etc. WHAT ARE THE ORDINAL NUMBERS? The ordinal numbers are lst., 2nd., 3rd., etc. LAST ostatni WHICH'S THE LAST LETTER OF THE ALPHABET ? Z's the last letter of the alphabet IS "A" THE LAST LETTER OF THE ALPHABET ‘2} No, "A" isn't the last letter of the alphabet but it's the first letter of the alphabet GIVE daé TAKE THE BOOK, PLEASE! GIVE ME THE BOOK, PLEASE! WHAT'S HE DOING ? He's giving you the book 39 TAKE THE BOOK, PLEASE! 40 41 GIVE HIM THE BOOK, PLEASE! WHAT'S HE DOING ?/ He's giving him the book FRENCH GERMAN ITALIAN ENGLISH Francuz Niemiec Wloch Anglik ARE YOU [FRENCH] OR [GERMAN] ? No, I'm neither [French] nor [German], but I'm No, you're neither [Italian] nor [French], but you're [English] AM I [ITALIAN] OR [FRENCH]? ARE THE PUPILS [GERMAN] OR [ENGLISH]? The pupils are MY 0 IS THIS YOUR HANDKERCHIEF ?/ mOj YOUR MOj No, it isn't my handkerchief, but it's your handkerchief IS THAT MY DRESS ? No, it isn't your dress, but it‘s my dress SEE CHART l HIS ARE THESE HIS SHOES ? ARE THESE HER SHOES ? IS THIS HIS DRESS? IS THIS HER SUIT? WHAT COLOUR'S HIS SUIT ?/ jego HER jej No, they aren't his shoes, but they're her shoes No, they aren‘t her shoes, but they're his shoes No, it isn't his dress, but it‘s her dress No, it isn‘t her suit, but it's his suit His suit's black THEIR ich YOUR wasz OUR nasz ARE THESE OUR SHOES ? WHAT COLOUR ARE THEIR SHOES? ARE THESE THEIR BOOKS ? WHERE ARE OUR BOOKS ?/ No, these aren't our shoes, but they're their shoes Their shoes are black No, these aren't their books, but they're our books Our books are on the table 42 ALL wszyscy, wszystek. wszystko 43 44 HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE THERE IN THIS ROOM ? ARE ALL THE WALLS IN THIS ROOM WHITE (GREEN OR BLUE ETC)? Yes, all the walls in this room are white ARE ALL THE BOOKS IN THIS ROOM ENGLISH BOOKS? Yes, all the books in this room are English books ARE ALL THE PUPILS SITTING ? Yes, all the pupils are sitting LESSON 7 BODY cian WHATS THIS ‘2 IS THIS HER BODY ? This is the body No, it isn't her body, but it's your body PART FOOT FEET czese stopa stopy WHAT PART OF THE BODY IS THIS ? This part of the body is the foot WHAT'S THE PLURAL OF FOOT ? The plural of foot is feet LEG BACK ARM WRIST noga plecy ramie nadgarstek HAND FINGER THUMB! reka palec kciuk WHAT‘S THIS '2 It's a leg etc. PERSON osoba PEOPLE Iudzie WHATS THE PLURAL OF PERSON ? The plural of person is people There are people in this room HOW MANY PEOPLE ARE THERE IN THIS CITY (TOWN OR VILLAGE) ‘2/ There are people in this COMING FROM pochodzacyz WHAT AM I DOING ‘3 You're coming from the door 45 46 47 AM I COMING FROM THE WINDOW? No, you aren't coming from the window, but you‘re going to the window AM I GOING TO THE WINDOW ? No, you aren't going to the window, but you're coming from the window TOUCH dowk WHAT AM I DOING ?/ WHAT AM I DOING ? TOUCH YOUR TIE (DRESS, SHOE ETC.), PLEASE! WHAT'S HE DOING ? You're touching the wall You‘re touching the picture He‘s touching his tie etc. SEE CHART 2 SENTENCE zdanie WHAT'S THIS ? It‘s a sentence WORD VERB USE FOR 20° ACTION sfowo czasownik uZyc dla akcja WHATS THIS ?/ It's a word HOW MANY WORDS ARE THERE IN THIS SENTENCE? There are 7 words in this sentence WHICH'S THE FIRST WORD OF THIS SENTENCE ? "Verbs" is the first word of this sentence WHICH'S THE THIRD WORD OF THIS SENTENCE? "Words" is the third word of this sentence WHICH'S THE FIFTH WORD OF THIS SENTENCE ?/ "Use" is the fifth word of this sentence WHICH'S THE SIXTH WORD ‘2 "For" is the sixth word of this sentence WHICH'S THE LAST WORD ‘? "Actions" is the last word of this sentence FULL STOP . kropka SEMI-COLON ; Srednik QUESTION MARK ? znak zapytania WHAT'S THIS ? WHAT'S THIS ? WHAT‘S THIS ? WHAT'S THIS ? COMMA, przecinek It‘s a question mark It's a full stop It's a comma It's a semi-colon 48 49 50 ASH - TRAY popielniczka WHAT WORD'S THIS ?/ It's the word "ash-tray" IS THERE AN ASH-TRAY ON THE TABLE? PRONOUNCE DOES DO MEAN znaczyé, wymawiaé czas pomoc. III osoba l.poj. czas pomocniczy oznaczaé AS AUXILIARY NOTHING rOwnie, tak samo pomocniczy nic PRONOUNCE THIS WORD, PLEASE ! Does WHAT'S HE DOING ‘3 He's pronouncing the word "does" PRONOUNCE THIS WORD, PLEASE !/ Auxiliary WHAT'S SHE DOING ? She's pronouncing the word "auxiliary" A AN 0 THE jakié, pewien jakis, pewien ten, ta, to, ci, te We say a book, but an ash-trayJ The book, but the ash-trayJ Before a consonant we say "a" - a book. Before a vowel we say "an" - an ash-trayJ Before a consonant we say "the" - the book. Before a vowel we say "the" - the ash-tray. PRONOUNCE THESE WORDS, PLEASE I A book: an ash-tray: the book: the ash-tray RIGHT dobrze WRONG ile 2 + 2 = 7 : IS THAT RIGHT ? No, it isn't right, but it's wrong THE WALL'S HIGH : IS THAT WRONG ? No, it isn't wrong, but it's right IS IT RIGHT YOU'RE MR. BROWN W No, it isn‘t right I'm Mr. Brown, ' but it's wrong. I'm EXERCISE 1 LESSON 8 SEE CHART 2 QUESTION pytanie ANSWER odpowiedz 51 52 WHAT'S THIS ? WHAT'S THIS ? IS THIS AN ANSWER? It's a question It's an answer No, it isn't an answer, but its a question MEANING znagzenie WHAT'S THE MEANING OF THE WORD "USE" IN ‘? The meaning of the word "use" in is "..." WHAT‘S THE MEANING OF THE WORD "ACTION" ?/ The meaning of the word "action" in is "..." WHAT'S THE MEANING OF THE WORD "NOTHING" IN ? The meaning of the word "nothing" in is "..." NAME imIQ WHAT'S MY NAME ? Your name's WHAT‘S YOUR NAME ? My name's WHAT'S HIS NAME ? His name's Mr. Brown WHAT'S HER NAME ? Her name's Mrs. Brown HEAD FACE CHIN MOUTH gIowa twarz podbrédek usta NOSE EYE EAR HAIR TONGUE! nos oko _ ucho onsy jezyk WHAT'S THIS '2 It's the head etc. REMAINING pozostajqcylpozostajac WHAT AM I DOING? WHAT AM I DOING ? ARE YOU GOING TO THE WINDOW? You're going to the window You're coming from the window No, I'm not going to the window, but I'm remaining on the chair AM I REMAINING ON THE CHAIR ? No, you aren't remaining on the chair, but you're going to the window 53 54 55 COUNTRY kraj GERMANY I Niemcy WHAT'S THE NAME OF YOUR COUNTRY? WHAT'S THE NAME OF THE COUNTRY BETWEEN ENGLAND AND is the name of my country GERMANY ? France's the name of the country between England and Germany TRANSLATE tIumaczyc INTO na SEE CHART 2 VERBS ARE WORDS WE USE FOR ACTIONS. WHAT AM I DOING '? TRANSLATE THIS SENTENCE, PLEASE! “THE WORD "DO" MEANS NOTHING'W' WHAT'S HE DOING ? TRANSLATE THIS SENTENCE, PLEASE! "THE WALL'S I-IIGI-I" WHAT'S HE DOING ? He‘s translating a sentence from English into You‘re translating a sentence from English into He's translating a sentence from English into WHO 0 ktO WHO AM 1 ‘2 You're Mr. Smith WHO ARE YOU ? I'm NII. Rossi WHO'S HE ? He‘s Master Brown WHO'S SHE ? She's Miss Brown WHO ARE THEY ?/ They're Mr. and Mrs. Brown as» - THIN rzecz HOW MANY THINGS ARE THERE ON THIS BOOK ‘2 There are three things on that book The name of that thing is a tie This thing‘s red WHAT‘S THE NAME OF THIS THING ? WHAT COLOUR‘S THIS THING? SEE CHART 1 TALL SHORT SCANDINAVIA wysoki krOtki, niski Skandynawia 56 57 58 IS MR. BROWN SHORT ?/ No, Mr. Brown isn't short, but he's tall IS MISS BROWN TALL '2 No, Miss Brown isn‘t tall, but she's short ARE THE PEOPLE OF SCANDINAVIA SHORT ? No, the people of Scandinavia aren't short, but they're tall WHILST podczas, gdy THAT tamten DIFFERENCE reinica WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN "TALL" AND "SHORT" AND "HIGH" AND "LOW" ?/ The difference between "tall" and "short" and "high" and "low" is that "tall" and "short" we use for people, whilst "high" and "low" we use for things DICTATION 1 What's this?/ It's a pen./ Is this/ a pencil! or a book?/ Is the;I long table:I black? / No it isn't,/ it's white./ The short box;I is green./ A city is large/ but a village/ is small./ Is Mr Brown/ a man?/ Yes, he is./ Is Miss Brown! a boy or a girl?/ She‘s a girl./ One, two, three,/ four, five./ Is the card! on the wall! or under! the chair?/ No,/ it's in the box./ What colour;I is the ceiling? LESSON 9 ASKING pytajqcylpytajqc ANSWERING odpowiadajqcylodpowiadajqc WHAT'S THIS ? WHAT AM I DOING? WHAT'S THIS ? It's a hand AM I ASKING HER A QUESTION ? WHAT'S THIS ? WHAT'S HE DOING ‘? WHAT'S THIS ? IS SHE ANSWERING MY QUESTION ?/ ASK HIM A QUESTION, PLEASE! It's a pen You're asking him a question Yes, you're asking her a question It's a head He's answering your question It's a mouth Yes, she's answerin our uestion y TO HAVE mieé CONTRACTION skrét 59 60 I'VE ja mam I HAVE YOU'VE ty masz YOU HAVE HE'S on ma HE HAS SHE'S ona ma SHE HAS IT'S to (one) ma IT HAS WE'VE my mamy WE HAVE YOU'VE wy macie YOU HAVE THEY'VE oni majq THEY HAVE WHAT‘S THE MEANING OF THE VERB "TO HAVE" ?/ The meaning of the verb "to have" is WHAT'S THE CONTRACTION OF "I HAVE, YOU HAVE" ETC. ? I've, you've etc. HAVE I TWO EYES ? HAVE YOU TWO EARS ? HAS HE TWO LEGS ‘? HAS SHE TWO HANDS ?/ HAVE WE TWO HEADS ? HAVE THEY FOUR ARMS ? Yes, you've two eyes Yes, I've two ears Yes, he's two legs Yes, she's two hands Yes, we've two heads Yes, they've four arms SEE CHART 4 ANY ? 0 Yes, SOME non-specific No, NOT ANY HOW MANY ‘2 THIRTEEN ETC. specific NONE NON-SPECIFIC INTERROGATIVE NEGATIVE ogOlne pytajqcy przeczqcy POSITIVE FOR EXAMPLE 25° WHEN! twierdzqcy na przyk’rad kiedy 61 62 "Any" and "some" mean "...",I but we use "any" for the interrogative and negative/ and "some" for the positive] For example, we say "Are there any books on the table? Yes, there are some books on the table! Are there any books on the floor? No, there aren't any books on the floor." "Any" we use in a non-specific questionJ whilst "how many" is specific, and has a specific answer - thirteen, fourteen, twenty etc., or none./ When the question is "Any?" the answer is "Yes, some" or "No, not any",/ but when the question is "How many?" the answer is "Two, three etc., or none."/ WHAT IS THE MEANING OF THE WORDS "ANY" AND "SOME"? The meaning of the words "any" and "some" is WHAT'S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN "ANY" AND "SOME" ? The difference between "any" and "some" is that we use "any" in interrogative and negative sentences, whilst we use "some" in positive sentences ANY ARE THERE ANY BOOKS ON THIS TABLE ?/ jakié taki, kazdy, Zaden Yes, there are some books on this table Yes there are some pictures on these walls ARE THERE ANY PICTURES ON THESE WALLS ? HAVE YOU ANY SHOES ON YOUR FEET ‘? Yes, I've some shoes on my feet NOT ANY Zaden ARE THERE ANY BOOKS ON THE FLOOR ? No, there aren't any books on the floor ARE THERE ANY PICTURES ON THAT CHAIR ?/ No, there aren't any pictures on that chair ARE THERE ANY CHAIRS ON THE TABLE? No, there aren't any chairs on the table NONE CLASS CLASSROOM Zaden, nikt kiasa-pomieszczenie klasa-pomieszczenie HOW MANY BOOKS ARE THERE ON THE TABLE? There are banks on the table HOW MANY BOOKS ARE THERE ON THE FLOOR ?/ There are none HOW MANY PICTURES ARE THERE ON THESE WALLS? There are pictures on these walls HOW MANY PICTURES ARE THERE ON THAT CHAIR? There are none HOW MANY PUPILS ARE THERE IN THIS CLASSROOM? There are pupils in this classroom 63 HOW MANY PUPILS ARE THERE SITTING ON THE FLOOR? There are none ...
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