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Sports and games

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LISTENING:
Talking about sports and gamos 3
Inviting someone to play sports 9
The simple past tense uaing regular verbs 10
Saying the past tense marker -ed 13
A few time cxpressions to talk about the past 15
Making negative past tense statements 18
Let's go ttawntown, ,..,. - .,.,20
Asking and answering past tense yes/no questions ., 22
Recognizing whole words 25
Scanning and graphing information 26
Taking notes and dictation .....28
Preview What 's new in Lesson 1 ?
NEWVOCABULARY
Nouns
ball
baseball
basketball
break
Chicago
city / cities
Dallas
football (pro football
game
Georgetown
Houston
Loa Angeles
New York
restaurant
San Antonio
show
soccer
sport
team
tennis
town
visit
Washington
NEW G RAM MAR STRUCTURES
I visited two American cities,
I didn't visit New York City.
Did you watch a baseball game?
Yes, I watched a game.
No, I didn't watch a baseball game.
Yes, I did.
No, I didn't.
Veri
clean -* cleaned (up)
cook cooked
do - did
don't - didn't
end >ended
like liked(to)
live -* lived
play played
start -* started fto)
visit -* visited
Other words
again
al]
downtown
long
USEFUL PHRASES
How about you?
What about you?
How's it going?
Let's get together.
How about Saturday?
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Vbcabulary Talking about sports and games
Undertine the vocahulary words in this dialog.
Joe: Where are you from?
Paul: Germany.
How about you?
Jae; I'm from Georgetown.
I lived there for 20 years. Now I
live in Chicago.
Paul; Georgetown? I visited three
American cities last year: New
York, Washington, and Chicago. Is
Georgetown near them?
Joe; No, it's a town in Texas. It's near
San Antonio, Houston, and Dallas.
Did you like Chicago?
Paul: Yes, I liked the restaurante there. I
want to go there again.
Hey, I know Dallas. They play
pro football there.
EXERC1SE A Write short answers to the questions.
1. Is Joe from San Antonio or from Georgetown?
2. Is Georgetown a city or a town in Texas?
3. Is Joe from the United States?
4. Is Paul from the United States?
5. Where is Paul from?
6. When did Paul visit New York and Chicago?
EXERCISE E In groups of tnree, ask where your classmates are from.
I m from Chicago
How aboutyou?
Where are you from?
I'm from Dallas. Texas.
Bob, what about you?
Where are you from?
I'm from New York City.~~X
It'sa very big city - sight )
mi Ilion people,
EXERCISE F Kead more about Joe. PauL and sports.
Dialog coiiiined from poge 3.
Joe: The Cowboys. They're the football
team from Dallas. Do you watch
football?
Paul: Yes. I like to watch baseball and
basketball on TV, too.
Joe: I like to watch the Los Angeles
Lakers, Did you go to u buac'bull
game in New York or Chicago?
Paul: Oh, yes. I watched a Mets game in
New York. It startcd at 1:00 and
ended at 7:00! I have a ball rom
that game. I aJso watched soccer
on a visil to Chicago.
Joe; Docs Chicago have a soccer team?
Paul: Yes, it's the Chicago Fire, It's a
good teajn, too.
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EXERCISE G Write short answers to the questions.
1. Do the Dallas Cowboys play basketball or football?
2- Does Paul watch football?
3- Are the Mets a baseball team or a soccer team?
4, Where did Paul watch a baseball game?
5- What time did the game start?
6. What time did the game end?
7. Where did he watch a soccer game?
EXERCISE H Label each picture with the correct ame.
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1. 2. 3.
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4.
5.
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EXERCISE K Read more about Joe, Paul, and sports.
Diaifig contimied from page 5.
Joe: So, Chicago has a soccer team,
I didn't know that.
Do you play sports, too?
Paul: Yes, soccer. T play tennis, too.
I like it. How about you?
Jue: I also play tennis. Let's get
together and play sometime.
Paul: OK. How about next Saturtlay?
EXERCISE L Put a check (/) next to the sports you like to play.
I like to play soccer.
1 like to play golf.
I like to play basketball.
Ilike to play tennis.
I like to play foutball.
I like to play table tennis.
I like to play baseball.
I like to play other sports.
EXERCISE M Ask your classmates yes/no questions about sports they play.
Do you play sports?
Dn you play soccer?
Yes, I do. I play soccer
and basketball.
No, I don't play
aoccer. I piay golf,
Jack pleys
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Grammar The simple past tense using regular verbs
in Georgetown laatyear
V* The regular paat tense verb is the same for alt subjects.
I
You
He
She
We
You
They
walked
lived
stopped
atudied
n Georgetown last year.
EXERCISE A Read tnese sentences. Compare the present and past tense.
PRESEN!TENSE
Paul visits New York euery year.
Paul visite New York euery day.
Paul visits New York euery week.
Paul vi&ited New York
Paul visited
Paul visited New York two toeeks ago.
V Use yes!erday, last, and ago to talk about past time.
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EXERCISE D Look at the table.Then write the past tense in the last column.
VERB
talk
want
repeat
den
play
open
answer
ENDING
add
-ed
PAST
TENSE
talked
wanted
repeated
cleaned
played
opened
answered
VERB
tatk
want
repeat
clean
play
open
answer
WRITE THE
PASTTENSE
circle
shave
Di-op the -e
and add
-ed
circied
sha ved
stop
occor
prefer
Double fhe
Cnsonant
and oda
-ed
stopped
occurred
preferred
atudy
dry
try
Cb&ngay to i
and add
-ed
studicd
dried
tried
circle
shave
stop
occur
prefer
study
dry
try
See the appendix for PastTense Spelling Rules.
Vocabulary A few time expressions to talk about the past
PASTTENSETIME EXPRESSIONS
yesterday
yesterday morning
yesterday afternoon
yesterday evening
yesterday at 6; 30
last year
last nionth
last week
last weekend
last night
last Saturday
twu minutes ago
an hour ago
four days ago
a week ago
six raonths ago
a year ago
EXERCISE A Complete the paragraph wlth yesterday or last.
Ann Lisa, and Jeff are good friends. They like to go to the movies, Ann talked
to Jeff at fichool morning. Sha aleo talked to Lisa at work
alernoon. Usa wanted to go downtown evening.
She wanted to see a movie.
Ann, Lisa, and JeTwatched the show together night, It was
a good movie, and they liked it
r
Ailer the movie
t
they went to a snack bar to drink
cofTee and talk about the movie, They had a good time
evening. They want to go to the movies again tomorrow.
EXERCISE E Chango thoso sentences to the past tense,
1. The students learn new words (yesterday)
2. They always listen to the teacher, (at 10 a,m, this
3. They always look up every new word, (Jast week)
4. Sometimes Susan talks to her son on the phrmp. (twn rlaya
5. Somelimes Joe playa baskelball (lasl month)
EXERCISE F Complete these sentences. Use yesterday, last, or ago.
1. Paul visited Chicago year.
2. Mary and John arrived in New York three days
3. Jim and Paul talked abut football afternoon.
4. We studied Book Three week.
5. We studied Book Two three weeks .
6. I studied 50 words evening.
7. I taJkedto Mr. Johnson morning.
8. Jim talked to Mr. Johnson two hours
9. Paul talked to Jim Monday,
10. Mary watched TV night.
11. John watched TV at 9 o'clock,
12. I watched TV a few minutes ,
Grammar Making negativa past tense statements
Raul
Ral
Chicago
***
did + not = ddn'l
EXERCfSE
r
You
He
She
It
We
You
They
did not
didn't
visit Chicago last year
wM Repeat these sentences wrth negative simple past tense.
1, Tom didn't clean his room last Saturday.
2, Linda did not cook dinner last night.
3, Gcorge didn't play basketball yesterday.
4, They did not like Chicago.
5, He didn't shave this morning.
6, Jack didn't live in New York two years
7, My English class didn't start at 7:30 this morning,
S. Mark didn't visit Los Angeles last month.
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EXERCISE B Make a negative statement in the simple past tense.
1. My brother visited Dallas. Houston)
2. Joan played tennis yesterday. (soccer)
3. Sally cooked uhicken for dinner. beef)
4. Frank cleaned his car last week. (this wcckl
5. Dan shaved last night. (yestcrdayl
6. The movie ended at 10:30 laat night. (10:00)
7. John learned English. lArabic)
8. The game atarted at 7:00 p.m. (4 p.m.)
EXERCISE C Wili i your classmates, make negative and affirmative statements.
did my homework
\vesterday evening.
Vocabulary Let's go downtown.
Joe: H, Susan. This ia Joe. How are
you?
Susan: Helio, Joe. Tin fine. How's it
goinf?
Joe: Well, I wnrked all day Ittng. I
want a break. Let's go downlowa
tonight I want to see a show.
Susan: Qkay I'm really hungry, buL I
don't want to cook. I just played
tennis for two houra. It was a very
long game.
Joe: All righL Li?t
?
s go tu a rcstaurant,
too- Let's go nt seven.
Susan: That's fine. 1 want to take a
showor and clean up, See yon at
seven.
EXERCISE A Read the sentence, Then wrlteT for true and F for falsa,
1. Joe wants to go downtown tonight,
2. Joe wants to watch a game.
3. Susan played tennis all day long,
4. Susan wants to clean up.
5. Joe wants to clean hs room.
6. Joe and Susan don't want to eat.
7. Joe and Susan are friends,
8. Joe and Susan are going out at 7 a.m.
9. Joe didn't work sil day.
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Grarnmar Asking and answering past tense yes/no questions
Chicago
Chicago
V To make a question, put ctfdinfront of the aubjectand drop the -tfor
the verb.
LONG ANSWERS
Yes,
No,
I
you
he
she
it
we
you
they
Jiked
did not
didn't
lite
Chicago.
SHORT ANSWERS
Yea,
No,
I
you
he
she
it
we
you
they
did.
did not.
didn't.
did not-didn't
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EXERCISE A Read the paragraph and underllne the past tense verba.
Hint: 12 past tense verb$ are in this ptiragraph.
Paul visited two American cilios last year Thcy wcrc
New York and Chicago. He liked the restaurants and shows in
New York. He watched a baseball game there. The team waa the
New York Mets. The game started at 1:00 and ended at 7:00. In
Chicago, he watched a soccer game, The team was the Chicago
Fire, Chicago was very nice. He liked the city, but he didn't like
the weather there.
EXERCISE B Match each questlon wth the best answer.
1, Did Paul viait American cities last year? a. No, he didn't play tennis.
2, Did he vist Los Angeles?
3, Did Paul play tennis?
4, Did he watch a baseball game?
5, Did the Mets game start at 1 p.m,?
6, Did the Mets game end at 5 p.m.?
b. Yes, it started at 1.
c. No, he ddn't go to L. A.
d. No, it didn't end at 5.
e. Yes, he was in two US cities,
E Yes, he watched baseball.
EXERCISE C Write yes/no questions about Exerclse A.
Number 1 is an example.
1. Dd Fkul watch a Chicago Fre ba&eba\\ game?
2 .
3.
4,
5.
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EXERCISE D Unscramble the words to write negatve statemenls about Joe.
Number 1 is an exomple.
1. live / did / not / Joe / in Germany
Joe didn't live m Germany
2. did / not / Joe / to Chicago / go
3- did / the New York Meta gamo / Joe / not / watch
4. not / Joe /like/ New York f did
5, in Chicago / a baseball gamt- / did / see / not I Joe
EXERCISE E Work with a partner. Ask about a game you watchcd.
Ask yes/no questions. Then change roles and ttnawer yourpartner's queslions.
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Yea, I did.
How about you?/
Did you watch the football
ame yesterday?
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