Worksheet – ANG1001-6

 

Listening exam:                                   /45

Reading and writing exam:                 /25

Oral exams:                                           /30

 

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ARTICLES

A/AN:

What does it mean?

What is the difference between the two?

What is the difference between A and THE?

What word do we use when we mean "des"?

English Discoveries CD – Basic 1

http://www.cslaval.qc.ca/sitsatlll/anglais/sec1.html

On My Own (1001-6) – Grammar Review – p.3

Fundamentals of English Grammar – p.210, 211, 212

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PERSONAL PRONOUNS

What do these words mean?

I, you, he, she, it, we, you, they?

When do we use these following words instead?

Me, you, him, her, it, us, you, them

What do those words mean?

English Discoveries CD – Basic 1

http://www.cslaval.qc.ca/sitsatlll/anglais/sec1.html

http://www.e-anglais.com/cours/pronoms_etc.html#pronoms_personnels

On My Own (1001-6) – Grammar Review – p.4 and p.18

Fundamentals of English Grammar – p.76 and p.77

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TO BE – SIMPLE PRESENT

Conjugate the verb "to be" in the present tense

What does it mean?

How do you write the verb "to be" in the negative form?

How do you write the verb "to be" in the interrogative form?

English Discoveries CD – Basic 1

On My Own (1001-6) – Grammar Review – p.5 and p.9

http://www.cslaval.qc.ca/sitsatlll/anglais/sec1.html

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POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES

What do these words mean?

My, your, his, her, its, our, your, their

What is the difference between "his", "her" and "its"?

 

http://www.cslaval.qc.ca/sitsatlll/anglais/sec1.html

http://www.e-anglais.com/cours/pronoms_etc.html#pronoms_personnels

On my Own (1001-6) – Grammar Review – p.7

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VOCABULARY

Write down the new words you will learn while doing the exercises.

ANG1001 binder

http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/200/vocab/index.htm

English Discoveries CD (Basic 1)

On My Own Student’s Book (1001-6) – p. 15, 19, 23, 27, 29, 30, 31, 43

Irregular verb list (page 1)

http://www.e-anglais.com/exercices/verbes_irreguliers1.php

http://www.e-anglais.com/exercices/verbes_irreguliers2.php

 

 

 

 

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DATES

What is the difference between ordinal and cardinal numbers?

Which ones do we use for the dates?

What comes first: the month or the date?

What is the exception?

English Discoveries CD – Let’s Start

http://www.cslaval.qc.ca/sitsatlll/anglais/sec1.html numbers

On My Own (1001-6) – Grammar Review – p. 8

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TIME

On which side of the clock should the big arrow be when you say "past"?

On which side of the clock should the big arrow be when you say "to"?

What does "a quarter" mean?

What does "half" mean?

http://www.cslaval.qc.ca/sitsatlll/anglais/sec1.html

On My Own (1001-6) – Grammar Review – p.10-11

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QUESTION WORDS

What do these words mean?

Who, what, where, when, how, why, which, how much, how many

http://www.cslaval.qc.ca/sitsatlll/anglais/sec1.html

On My Own (1001-6) – Grammar Review – p.12-13

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VOCABULARY

Write down the new words you will learn while doing the exercises.

ANG1001 binder

http://www.geocities.com/esl_odyssey/vocabulary/1001/verbs/efex.html

English Discoveries CD (Basic 2)

On My Own Student’s Book (1001-6) – p. 52, 63, 65, 68, 75, 76, 77, 85

Irregular verb list (page 2)

http://www.e-anglais.com/exercices/verbes_irreguliers3.php

http://www.e-anglais.com/exercices/verbes_irreguliers4.php

 

 

SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE

How do you conjugate a verb in the simple present tense?

What happens to the verb that finish by the letters "s", "sh", "ch", "x", "o"? When does that happen?

When do we use the simple present tense?

English Discoveries CD – Basic 2

http://www.cslaval.qc.ca/sitsatlll/anglais/sec1.html

On My Own (1001-6) – Grammar Review – p.14

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NEGATIVE FORM

What should always be placed before the word "not"?

What are the auxiliaries for the simple present tense?

What other auxiliary do you know (hint: you can place "not" right after that verb)?

What is the difference between "do" and "does"?

What happens to the verb when you add "does"?

Where should the auxiliary and "not" be placed in a sentence?

English Discoveries CD – Basic 2

http://www.cslaval.qc.ca/sitsatlll/anglais/sec1.html (present tense)

On My Own (1001-6) – Grammar Review – p.15

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INTERROGATIVE FORM

What should always be placed before the subject in a question?

What are the auxiliaries for the simple present tense?

What other auxiliary do you know (hint: you can place "not" right after that verb)?

How would you translate (in French) "do" or "does" in an interrogative sentence?

What is the difference between "do" and "does"?

What happens to the verb when you add "does"?

English Discoveries CD – Basic 2

On My Own (1001-6) – Grammar Review – p.16

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PRESENT CONTINUOUS (present progressive)

How do you conjugate a verb in present continuous tense?

When do we use the present continuous tense?

What is the auxiliary in the present continuous tense?

How do you make a negative sentence in the present continuous tense?

How do you make an interrogative sentence in the present continuous tense?

English Discoveries CD – Basic 1

http://www.cslaval.qc.ca/sitsatlll/anglais/sec1.html (present continuous and Present Tense vs. Present Continuous)

http://www.e-anglais.com/cours/present.html

On My Own – (1001-6) Grammar Review – p. 17

Fundamentals of English Grammar – p.3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11

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Oral #1

 

a) You want to register for an English course. You have to give information about yourself: your name, date of birth, address, telephone number, social insurance number, parents’ names, birthplace.

b) You have to give information concerning a very good friend who has just disappeared (name, age, occupation, marital status, residence and nationality).

c) You share a seat on a train during a long trip and the person next to you starts making "small talk". Give information about where you’re coming from and where you’re going. Ask the person the same information about him/her. Talk about the weather.

 

PLURAL NOUNS

In general, what should be added to a noun when it’s plural?

When should you add "es" at the end of a plural noun?

What happens to words that end with "f" or "fe" in the plural form?

What is the rule for the words ending with "y"?

Name 6 nouns that have a plural form.

English Discoveries CD – Basic 1

http://www.cslaval.qc.ca/sitsatlll/anglais/sec1.html

On My Own – (1001-6) Grammar Review – p. 19

Fundamentals of English Grammar – p. 68 and 69

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VOCABULARY

Write down the new words you will learn while doing the exercises.

ANG1001 binder

http://www.cslaval.qc.ca/sitsatlll/anglais/sec1.html

On My Own Student’s Book (1001-6) – p. 89, 90, 94, 97, 101, 108, 110, 111, 120, 122

Irregular verb list (page 3)

http://www.e-anglais.com/exercices/verbes_irreguliers5.php

http://www.e-anglais.com/exercices/verbes_irreguliers6.php

 

DEMONSTRATIVE PRONOUNS

What does "this" mean?

What does "that" mean?

What is the difference between the two?

What does "these" mean?

What does "those" mean?

What is the difference between the two?

English Discoveries CD – Basic 1

http://www.cslaval.qc.ca/sitsatlll/anglais/sec1.html

On My Own – (1001-6) Grammar Review – p. 20

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Oral #2

a) You are having a party tonight after class at your place. You have to give directions on how to get from school to your house.

b) You want to buy a gift for your best friend’s birthday. You ask the salesperson for specific information: the cost, the material, and washing instructions. Don’t forget to specify how you want to pay for the item.

c) Someone is conducting a survey and is asking you questions on your favourite restaurant (the location, the menu, the quality of the food and service, the cost and the house speciality).

 

 

 

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IMPERATIVE

English Discoveries CD – Basic 2

On My Own – (1001-6) Grammar Review – p.21-22

Fundamentals of English Grammar – p. 114, 115, 116, 117

 

PREPOSITIONS

When should you use "in"?

When should you use "on"?

When should you use "at"?

When should you use "to"?

http://www.cslaval.qc.ca/sitsatlll/anglais/sec1.html

On My Own (1001-6) – Grammar Review – p. 22 and p. 23

Fundamentals of English Grammar – p. 45 and 46

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POSITION OF ADVERBS

What is the difference between an adverb of time and an adverb of frequency?

Where in a sentence should you put an adverb of time?

Where in a sentence should you put an adverb of time?

What is the exception?

English Discoveries CD – Basic 3

On My Own (1001-6) – Grammar Review – p.24

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Oral #3

You are a doctor asking a patient about his/her eating habits.

You are at the restaurant and you order a meal. Ask questions about the menu.

You are reporters making a live commentary on what’s going on in this classroom.

 

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WRITING

Write a text about a typical day in your life.

Write a text about what is going on in the classroom right now.

On My Own Student’s Book (1001-6) – p. 18, 20, 28, 33, 57, 61, 64, 84, 98, 109, 113, 121,

 

READING

On My Own Student’s Book (1001-6) – p. 25, 53, 54, 55, 80, 81, 92, 93, 102, 107, 114, 115, 116

English Discoveries CD (Basic 1-2)

http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/200/reading/index.htm

 

READING AND WRITING PRETEST

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LISTENING

http://www.esl-lab.com (EASY)

English Discoveries CD (Basic 1-2)

On My Own Student’s Book (1001-6) – p. 4, 5, 10, 11, 13, 17, 18, 20, 22, 26, 27, 32, 36, 3750, 51, 56, 58, 59, 62, 64, 74, 78, 79, 88, 91, 95, 96, 106, 115, 117, 118, 119, 120

Homework: Watch at least 30 minutes of English TV every day!

 

LISTENING PRETEST

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