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Univerzitet u Bihau

Islamski pedagoki fakultet


Odsjek: Socijalna pedagogija i duhovna skrb
Predmet: Engleski jezik I

PORTFOLIO

Mentorica:

Studentica:
Aldina Delanovi

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Br. dosijea: V-33/SPDS

Biha, maj 2016. godine

VOCABULARY
SHOPS

Florist's

Supermarket

Pharmacy

Post office

Toy shop

Bakery

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YEARS
IMPORTANT PERIODS IN HISTORY:

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VOCABULARY
PLACES IN A TOWN

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GRAMMAR
THERE IS/THERE ARE

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VOCABULARY
ROOMS AND THINGS IN A HOUSE

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VOCABULARY
ONE AND ONES

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VOCABULARY
PLURAL NOUNS

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VOCABULARY
THINGS TO BUY

Where can I buy stamps?


You can get them at the post office.
I need aspirin, my head hurts.
I'll go to the pharmacy.
Could you get me the New York times on your way back home?
Sure, I'll stop by the kiosk.
This sofa is really old. We should get a new one.
Okay, we'll go to the department store tomorrow.

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REAL WORLD
REQUESTS AND OFFERS WITH CAN I/WE HAVE...?, I'D/WE'D LIKE...
, WOULD YOU LIKE...?

A: Would you like a cup of tea?


B: Thank you, but I'd like a cup of coffee.
A: Can you hand me my telephone?
B: I can, here you go.
A: Can I have something to drink?
B: Yes, would you like some juice or coffee?
A: I'd like a glass of juice.

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GRAMMAR
HOW MUCH/HOW MANY

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VOCABULARY
ADJECTIVES

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VOCABULARY
FOOD AND DRINK

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GRAMMAR
SOME, ANY, A

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VOCABULARY

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VOCABULARY

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VOCABULARY
FOOD AND DRINK

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REVIEW
ADJECTIVES

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REAL WORLD
SHOP LANGUAGE

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GRAMMAR
PAST SIMPLE
TO BE

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VOCABULARY
CLOTHES

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VOCABULARY
THINGS YOU LIKE/DON'T LIKE

I like to listen to music.

I like swimming.

She loves doing nothing.

He hates playing basketball.

They love dancing.

I like eating chicken soup.

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VOCABULARY
FREE TIME ACTIVITIES 2

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REVIEW
PRESENT SIMPLE (I/YOU/WE/THEY)

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GRAMMAR
PRESENT SIMPLE : QUESTIONS AND SHORT ANSWERS
(HE/SHE/IT)

SHORT ANSWERS
Yes, he does / No, he doesn't
Yes, she does / No, she doesn't
Yes, it does / No, it doesn't

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GRAMMAR
PRESENT SIMPLE: POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE (HE/SHE/IT)
Affirmative:

Negative:

Interrogative:

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REVIEW
FREQUENCY ADVERBS

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VOCABULARY
PREPOSITIONS OF PLACE

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VOCABULARY
FAMILY

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VOCABULARY
HOW MUCH

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VOCABULARY
THINGS IN A HOUSE

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REVIEW
ROUTINES

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VOCABULARY
WHOSE

A: Hey, Tom, your car is blocking my way out.


B: That's not my car.
A: Well, whose car is it?
B: I think it's Anna's car.

A: Whose Ipod is it?


B: It's Jack's.

A: Whose glasses are they?


B: They're Nina's

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VOCABULARY
MONTHS AND DATES

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GRAMMAR
POSSESSIVE - 'S

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VOCABULARY
TIME WORDS

A: When did you move here?


B: I moved last year, in February.

A: I love this kind of music!


B: It was very popular in the 60s.

A: Mom, I'm going out!


B: Okay. When will you come back?
A: I'll come home around 11:30.

A: When is your birthday party?


B: It's on Friday. Are you coming?
A: Of course. What time?
B: It starts at 7:00 pm.

A: When is the test?


B: It's on Monday.

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VOCABULARY
PERSONAL POSSESSIONS 2

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VOCABULARY
ADJECTIVES

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REAL WORLD
PHRASES FOR SPECIAL DAYS

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VOCABULARY
HOW MANY

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REAL WORLD
SUGGESTIONS

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VOCABULARY
DAILY ROUTINES

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VOCABULARY
FREQUENCY ADVERBS

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VOCABULARY
FREE TIME ACTIVITIES: TIME PHRASES WITH ON, IN, AT,
EVERY

A: When do you go to the gym?


B: I go in the evening.
A: How often do you play guitar?
B: I play it every day.
A: What do you do at the weekend?
B: I usually go out with a few friends.
A: Do you play basketball?
B: I play in my free time, but I'll play for the school team on Monday.

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GRAMMAR
PRESENT SIMPLE: NEGATIVE AND YES/NO QUESTIONS

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VOCABULARY
ADJECTIVES WITH VERY

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REVIEW
THE TIME

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GRAMMAR
PRESENT SIMPLE: POSITIVE AND WH- QUESTIONS

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REVIEW
POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES

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REVIEW
PRESENT SIMPLE

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REVIEW
NUMBERS

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REVIEW
JOBS

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GRAMMAR
SUBJECT AND OBJECT PRONOUNS

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REVIEW
PRESENT SIMPLE POSITIVE

I work
You work
He/she/it works

We work
You work
They work

I go to high school.
You play basketball.
He goes out every weekend.
She likes animals.
It's sunny.
We play volleyball for the school team.
You two play guitar very well.
They work with us.

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REVIEW
HAVE GOT

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GRAMMAR
HAVE GOT

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REAL WORLD
BUYING TICKETS

A: Hello, two train tickets for London.


B: You're lucky, there are only two left. That would be 10.
A: Good afternoon, can I have three tickets for the concert?
B: Sure, that will be 35.
A: Thank you. What time is the concert?
B: 8 pm tonight.
A: One museum ticket, please.
B: Okay. That will be 10.50. Anything else?
A: No, thank you.

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HELP WITH LISTENING


QUESTIONS WITH DO YOU...?

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REAL WORLD
TALKING ABOUT TIMES AND PRICES

1) Talking about times


A: Excuse me, could you tell me what time is it?
B: Yes, it's half past two.
A: What time do our classes start?
B: At eleven tomorrow.
A: When do we have to hand in the essay?
B: By midnight tonight.

2) Talking about prices


A: Hey, are you going to the concert?
B: Yes, of course.
A: How much is the ticket?
B: It's 20.
A: Did you buy the professor's book?
B: Yes, I did.
A: How much is it?
B: It's 10.
A: That will be 20.50. Anything else?
B: Yes, how much are these chocolates?
A: They're 70p each.
B: Okay, give me two.

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