أوراق عمل Coverage grammar & functional language اللغة الإنجليزية الصف الحادي عشر الفصل الأول 2022 2023

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أوراق عمل Coverage grammar & functional language اللغة الإنجليزية الصف الحادي عشر 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

 

You will recover provided_that you stay in bed and rest

I would go skydiving as- Iong as I trust the instructor

patient will only if get better go if my rust instrctor

dausel (action or event) + •on ccrditicn thatlas lcng as/ providng flat' • dause  condition

We use mriurcåons to join tie two clauses of a sentenæ. at he begirnirg of clauæ,

 

The houses need painting

Maryam enjoys peing taken to restaurants

 

Meaning The houses look old, and someone should paint them

Maryam likes it when other people take her out to eat

Grammatical structure  NP + needs + VPgerund (passive)

NP + VP +VPgerund (passive)

Usage We use need with gerunds to express necessity

Other examples We use gerunds in the passive voice to describe actbns that are done to the subject noun but without mentioning the agent Of those actions

The streets in our town

The dog need feeding

Children like being read to

 

Ali had missed his meeting by the time the train arrived

Meaning Ali had a meeting to attend but he missed it because the train got to the station too late

Grammatical structure past perfect simple

subject + had + V3 (past participle) + rest of sentence

Usage We use past perfect tense to talk about an event that happened in the past before a second event that also happened in the past. The past perfect shows the earlier action and the past simple shows the later action

Other examples I washed the floor when the painter had gone

I didn't say anything until he bad-finished



Astronauts has traveeled into space several times before they finally reached the moon

 

Meaning People were going into space for some time. Then they went to the moon

Grammatical structure past perfect with adverbial clauses Of time

had + past participle + adverbial clause of time (adverb of time + past simple)

Usage An adverbial clause Of tirne is a subordinate clause used to show when something happens. It uses conjunctions like when, before, after, as, by the time, while, until, as soon as, till, since, no sooner than, as long as to add information to the main clause. We use it with past perfect to talk about time up to a certain event in the past. The earlier action is past perfect and the later action is and adverb of time with past simple

Other examples The train had iust left when I arrived at the station

The students quietly while the teacher finished rnarking their essays

By the time the smartphone was invented, people had already started texting

 

The computer had been sent for repair last week, so we used paper instead
Other examples

Meaning The computer wasn't in the classroom it was sent to last week. They couldn't use it. so they had to write on paper

Grammatical structure past perfect pasive

object + had + V3 (past participle) + of sentence

Usage We use perfect passive to talk about an action or state that started in the past and continued up until another point in the past. The Other clause may a time phrase. If there are two actions, the earlier action is past ßMfect and the later action is past simple. As this is a passive construction, the Object is in the plaæ of the subject as the agent is obscured

The school had been built years ago

A smartphone had -been- faund and given to the police

An important businessman bad been Lliving in the house for many year

 

My friend John, who went to the same school as me, had been to Japan three times

Meaning The speaker is describing his friend John. John has been to and went to the same school as the

Grammatical structure Clauses and phrases: non-defining relative clauses

Usage Non-defining relative clauses add extra information that is not essential to understanding who or what we are talking They mmmas at the and end of the clause. They can start with relative pronouns (who, which, whom, whose), relative (when, where — both rnean 'in which') and quantifiers (followed by Of which} whom)

Other examples The classroom were for grade 12

I told my sister, who already Knew what happened

Safr park, where we to used to go as childring has been renovated

 

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