أوراق عمل Coverage grammar & functional language اللغة الإنجليزية الصف الثاني عشر نخبة الفصل الأول 2022-2023

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أوراق عمل Coverage grammar & functional language اللغة الإنجليزية الصف الثاني عشر نخبة 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

 

Havinq been through many challenges, he was strong



Usage
Other examples

 Meaning this he a lot in his past the hæat the manent

Grammatical structure Particige clauæs

perfict • particig -ed) clase, man clause mesent (verb -ing) main dause We uw partph dauses to say infcyrnaticM in a way or literary gyle. are he cyesent kmw€ng. etc.) the pMice æen. having ten, et.) all  tasks. I like to request eady leave

 

Only_if you work hard, will you find business success

Meaning Success in business might but the subject must work hard first

Grammatical structure Cleft sentences Chiy if + first conditimal I æcond (with inversk) This sentence uws the first conditional because it speaks atxut a present condition and a future result. The condition (success in business) is by putting it first in sentence. The use of Only if strengthens the condition. In inversion. the verb will' is the you'

Other examples , will on time for work. (first conditbnal) I won a million dirharns. would I travel around the world. (wcond
cnnditbnal) you do we" in your exams. will we buy you a new laptop. (first conditbnal)

 

What we did was make better use of the technology available to us

 What we did was' — this is inbrmabon  tth kNM action was ten make better use of he available b us' — trus is me infcrnution hat tre is emphasizing

Clen sentences in he past present and future tense Wh- deft Wh- cbuæ + suW2-verb • (be) mrd /

We use deft sentences to emphasize new
The informaton that after it' is emcha.sizf br We use mat' b the dause hat infcrmatim mat is already understcxl

It was today (emphaszed information) / saw them (Jnb'rnaton that as already understcxj)' Usualy use •what,' but we alw uæ •why,' •where: 'how,' The
information in the wh- is twcalW inmnaum, h they need to do scynehing) fid a tax (this is ere new and 's the focus Of the sentence)

The we delver the prcxhEB On time
wasn't until he about his svengths that he knew his in maximize NO, I didn't like Adam. He this business (Yarwnatical

Adam didn't Own the but like he did Structure to conditional •as if I as though' + tense clause use if I as though' and a past simple clause (Wth a present meaning) to refer to appearing like it is the but it siNy is rOt Her motivational sgmch was amazing. It is the thoughts of everyone in her audience

WIIy acts the teacher Confidently raising his hand. it boked as though he knew the answer

He realizes that the world is experiencing a financial crisis. However, he's still making
significant investments


We can use linking adverbs within clauses to link the ideas within two *Ijæent sentences arxi have different functions — cause aryj (as a result, olmsition (t-owever), contast (m the hard), addition (furfrermore. moreover)

Linking adverbs are uæd at he tEginnirg or the erxi of sentence My brother is incredibly with technology. I am technologically illiterat

The has recently his has successfJlly
pre-interview
Her he ext is well  Out knew exæty
conduSon to make Future The business proposal will have been written by the 1st of at which we can assess the benefits to our compan

The is saying that before a ærtain time in the future ISt which is the deadline. the will available for analysis

Passives: future passive

oWt + will + have + participle
Future perfect passive is used to talk about actions Or events that will by a certain moment in the future. We use the voice to emphasize the action, not the doing the action by rmving the Object Of
the sentenæ into the subject The order -haye -heen delivered by the time he his invoice

A new arena built by next year, creating many business opportunities

The accounts for the will have by next

 

 

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