Understand & Make Statements with BE + Pronouns, 3rd Person Singular/Plural, Affirmative/Negative
Understand & Make Statements with BE + Pronouns, 3rd Person Singular/Plural, Affirmative/Negative
Understand & Make Statements with BE + Pronouns, 3rd Person Singular/Plural, Affirmative/Negative
Understand & Make Statements with BE + Pronouns, 3rd Person Singular/Plural, Affirmative/Negative

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Understand & Make Statements with BE + Pronouns, 3rd Person Singular/Plural, Affirmative/Negative

APPLY GRAMMAR

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Chapter 1 (“Magic”) of the new Scenario Book One: Beginning to Use English Grammar in Context, pages 5-16 (12 Pages)

Apply Grammar

Who It’s For: (Teachers & Helpers of) (High) Beginning Learners       

Why It’s Useful: Grammar instruction often begins with naming recognizable images and real things, which requires use of the subject pronouns this, that, it; these, those, they with present forms of the verb be. This colorful update of a “Magic-Show Scenario” grabs learners’ attention to basically fun situations, exercises, and activities that work.

What You’ll Do: 

[1] Acquire or review third-person statements with be (singular/plural, affirmative/negative) by hearing, reading, choosing, saying, writing, and otherwise using them in illustrated and real contexts that name things. 

[2] Go beyond the directed presentations, explanations, exercises, and activities to incorporate the patterns into your own use of English.