viernes, 20 de enero de 2012

THERE IS AND THERE ARE - AFFIRMATIVE, NEGATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE FORMS - ESSAY UNIT 4

Hello again dear friends!

As you know, students (6th level) are learning the use and structures of “There is a/an…” “There are some…” “There isn’t a/an…” “There aren’t any…” “Is there a/an…?” “Are there any…?” This is the reason why I’ve decided they will have to write a brief essay using a picture (the picture they want) and the deadline will be next 1st February (Wednesday). They have to write 3 examples of each kind: 6 affirmatives (3 singulars and 3 plurals), 6 negatives (3 sing. and 3 plu.), and 6 interrogatives (3 sing. and 3 plu.) Here they are an example of each one I’ve done as an example.

Affirmative sentences:
  • There is a bed in the corner of the room.
  • There are two pens (yellow and green) on the floor of the room.

Negative sentences:
  • There isn’t a monster sat in the room.
  • There aren’t any rabbits on the floor of the room.

Interrogative sentences:
  • Is there one schoolbag in the room?
  • Are there any pictures on the wall?

Good luck. Regards, Christopher.

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