أوراق عمل Coverage grammar & functional language اللغة الإنجليزية الصف التاسع الفصل الأول 2022-2023

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أوراق عمل Coverage grammar & functional language اللغة الإنجليزية الصف التاسع الفصل الأول 2022 -2023

Contents

Coverage

Preparation — grammar

Preparation — functional language

Term 1 Academic Year 2022- 2023

The Coverage, Grammar and Functional Power Point

Within Will find inforrnation the for this term. The lexis family that Will is as well as the particular grammatical and Kinctional language EXints that will tested in the exams at the end of this term. In the preparation sections, pu find examples and explanations for the grammatical and functional language points that will be this term The grammar preparation has an example that the grammatical It follows this With an explanation of the meaning of the example sentence. Next. the swcific grammatical syucture used w'thin the example sentence is tolloved by an explanation of the circumstances uMer which the particular structure is Mcre example using the strudure are given at the end Of the slide

In the functional lanwage prepaation section. there are examples of the particular langu point followed by an explanation of how the particular are used. In the assæiated grammar section. language that comprise the structure or can be used to in cnnjunction With the to express the stipulated function are detailed  Although detaied. the slides within this PowerPoint are to used as a starting point for teachers construct lessons around the language points that are explored here. The slides are intended to be used individually as a resource Within a lesson and to be incogxjrated as part Of instruction incrernentally throughout the term to ensure that students have to all ttE language points in the mverage ahead Of their end term exam. Therefore, the PowerPoint should not be presented at a single event or in its entirety Some functional language points may overlap with grammatical points in the coverage. and in that it is possible to combine slides. However, this resource should be to a Of individual slkes that teact -ers can use to enhance studnts' learning

 

After leaving school, Ali became a policeman

Ali left schtnl and then worked as a

Verb forms: gerunds

preposition + verb (- ing) clause

We use prepositions with gerunds to form gerundial phrases that can act like adverbs. They can help sequence events. They can also an actives and nouns

I'm excited about startina my new school. On reaching the bus stop, Ahmed greeted his friends

 

I chose to study chemistry at university

The speaker is talking about the decision they about what subject to study in further education

Verb forms: infinitives

verb + to + infinitive

Some verbs in English are always followed by to + infinitive. Verbs that are followi by to + infinitive include: leam, attempt, prefer, plan, decide, offer, try, hogE, nunage, seem, etc

He aarees to come with us

She offered to helo me find a new job

They decided- to worK to complete their homework

 

He asked more politely than she did

The example is cnmparing how two people asked for son-ething

Adverbs: comparatives

subject + more + comparative adverb + than + Object

The examples make mmparisons of two things using 'rnore' and an adverb

He reads factual books more quick'y than fiction

She speaks English mroe - fluently than her sister

Omar can leam new things exity than his



I have been working as an engineer for ten years

The person is talking about the time working in their current job until now

Present time: present perfect continuous

have / has + been + verb (- ing) + for / since + time expression

This example is describing an action that started in the past. The action is continuing in the present and is likely to continue in the future. With for/ since, it says the action's length of time

They  have been studying since this morning

She for a long time

He has been building the house for three years

 

I have -taken Engl ish exams five times before

The person is saying how many tunes they dd something in the past up until

Present time: present perfect simple

subject + have / has + past participle

Can be used with adverbs: ever', before', yet'

The present perfect simple tense is used to talk about Our experiences from the past up to now. It can also be used to talk about events that have just been completed (the first sentence below) and also to talk about an event in the past that has a connection to the present (second sentence below)

Saeed has- finished his homework. (recently completed event)

The cake hasnt arrived yet. (the cake still isn't here) around India before

How long have -you lived here

 

Can you tell me about the in your school

The other in my class are very friendly. The principal is Ms. Nadia. She is tall, has brown hair and brown eyes. Ms Amal is the English teacher. She has worked in the school for two years

Functional language

DeEribing gmple

Associated grammar

Personal I crorujns, present simple passive, adjtives
 


What is your job

I'm a doctor. My job involves looking after other Where do you work

I work at the International Hospital

How often do you go to work

I go to work between five and six times a week

Functional language

habits. routines, tasks and jobs

Associated grammar

Wh- questbns, of tirTE arxi place, (indefinite I definite artide)

 

What were you doing yesterday

I was using my laptop to complete a project. I had to give it to my this morning

What did you do you had a laptop

I used to textbooks to find out information

I wrote all my work in notebooks

Functional language

past and events

Associated grammar

Wh- past (use to /  past adverbs Of time

 

In my opinion , you have made the right choice

From my point of view, the exam was too easy

I'm certain that you will enjoy your new job

I strongly believe that computers make studying easier

Functional language poWint

Expressing opinion

Associated grammar

Pronouns, prepositional phrases
 

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