It’s time o get ready. These are the lists of all the vocabulary we need to be familiar with to speak and write in English at Flyers level, you know much more than this, of course.
Just in case, make sure you know what each word means and highlight the ones which you have never seen, we will go though them in class.
This is an alphabetical list, for you to make double sure you are ready:
And here are the teacher’s tips based on your work and common mistakes
Flyers revision tips
1. In English you need a noun or a pronoun (I – you- he- she – it – we – they) before every verb.
Do not forget that after linking words you start a new sentence, so you need your pronoun!!!
I went to the cinema an, after, I went to a restaurant.
Anna woke up and she saw the new football clothes.
2. Possessives (my, his, her, its, our, your, their):
To say that something belongs to somebody you must use them like this:
His (for masculine) Example; Paul’s dog = His dog
Her (for feminine) Example; The girl’s mother = Her mother
Their (for plural) Example; The children’s toys = Their toys
3. Plurals S
Some are special:
One person , two people, three people
One child, two children…
So we say; Two people are walking, one person is talking….
There are three children playing football, one child is fishing…
4. Also, do not forget:
There is ( “hay” for one thing)
There are ( “hay” for more than one thing)
Examples; There is a red suitcase. There are two ducks in the lake…
We will be adding more revision tips as we go along and practising in class.