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1 All’interno clicca su tutte le zucche per tornare ai menu principali
Happy Hours All’interno clicca su tutte le zucche per tornare ai menu principali here we are goodbye

2 map Happy Hours me in the classroom ordinary actions ordinary language
grammar UK my personal data birthday greetings spelling London countries thank you numbers my physical description body and face prepositions my time daily routine Halloween what’s the time? people description ICT my family Christmas weather subjects objects description Easter days of the week school objects my toys colours months of the year school places animals my abilities seasons of the year accessories people celebrations town places my clothes food transport my likes/dislikes/favourites my house in a shop my school in a town my places my town

3 happy hours grammar In the classroom Ordinary actions me uk
Ordinary language

4 My Physical description My likes / dislikes / favourites
me My Physical description My clothes My Personal data My abilities My family My time My toys My likes / dislikes / favourites My places

5 >birthday >countries
my personal data hello! nice to meet you nice to meet you my name is… What’s your name? - my surname is… What’s your surname? my nickname is… What’s your nickname? my telephone number is What’s your telephone number? - my address is What’s your address? I’m … years old How old are you? my birthday is on 1st November When’s your birthday? - I am Italian Are you Italian? I’m/I come from Italy Where are you from/do you come from? I live in Where do you live? I speak English What language do you speak? I’m fine, I’m well, I’m not well, I’m not very well, I’m not too bad How are you? >birthday >countries

6 birthday Can you come to my party? - Yes, of course/No, I’m sorry
birthday party calendar card friends balloons presents Cake and candles diary Can you come to my party? - Yes, of course/No, I’m sorry - When? Where? What time? invitation

7 countries Italy, Italian Wales, Welsh Germany, German Ireland, Irish
France, French Spain, Spanish Britain, British England, English Scotland, Scottish Wales, Welsh Ireland, Irish USA, American Canada, Canadian Holland, Dutch China, Chinese Greece, Greek

8 my physical description
>body & face HEIGHT Tall Short Medium/average height WEIGHT Thin – fat Slim – plump Medium/average weight AGE Young Old/elderly Middle-aged APPEARANCE Pretty/beautiful Handsome/good-looking ugly HAIR Long, short, medium length Straight, wavy, curly, bald Blond, brown, red, black EYES Blue, green, brown, grey, dark small/big FACE Oval, round, square, long OTHER Wear glasses, wear sunglasse, have a beard, have a moustache

9 body & face head face hair neck eye shoulder arm forehead elbow
eyebrow back ear eyelash backside/bottom cheek hand freckles fingers mouth – lips teeth - tongue knee leg nose foot and toes jaw chest moustache beard chin

10 my time What’s the time? Daily routine Days of the week
60 Seconds – 1 minute 60 minutes – 1 hour 24 hours – 1 day 7 days – 1 week 12 months – 1 year 100 years – 1 century DATE Monday, October 23rd 2007 | autumn, foggy What’s the time? Today, this morning, this afternoon, tonight, yesterday, the day before yesterday, last night, last Monday, tomorrow, tomorrow afternoon, the day after tomorrow What day is it today? Is today Monday? Early/late, now, again Daily routine Days of the week Months of the year Seasons of the year celebrations

11 what’s the time? - What’s the time? It’s ... o’clock
It’s ... past/to ... - It’s a quarter past/to .... - It’s half past ...

12 my daily routine [1] have breakfast work have lessons go to work
Wake up and get up go to school cook have lunch do one’s homework have a bath have a shower go home have dinner go to bed fall asleep sleep snore

13 my daily routine [2] eat drink watch TV go shopping relax at home
walk the dog read a book/comic brush one’s teeth/face comb one’s hair visit/meet friends wash the car listen to music collect stamps/cards/ comics/butterflies do sport do gardening - What do you do on Monday? - I get up at He/she gets up at ... - What time do you have breakfast? - I have breakfast at ... What do you have for breakfast? - I have ... for breakfast - How do you go to school? I go to school by bus/car/scooter/on foot

14 what’s the weather like?
It’s sunny It’s snowy It’s freezing/frosty It’s cloudy It’s rainy It’s windy It’s cold It’s cool It’s warm It’s hot It’s raining cats and dogs It’s pouring It’s drizzling It showers It’s foggy

15 days of the week

16 months of the year January February March April May June July August
September October November December

17 seasons of the year leaf, tree, mushroom, umbrella
snow, snowman, snowflakes, snowballs nest, flowers sun, sunglasses, sunflower, ice-cream, fish, sea, boat, sail, beach, beach-umbrella, beach-hat, mountain, river, lake, wind, cloud, bike, garden

18 >Halloween >Christmas >Easter
celebrations New Year’s Day Mother’s Day Father’s Day May Day birthday summer holidays >Halloween >Christmas >Easter

19 Halloween Witch Black cat Pumpkins Witch’s hat Goblin Jack o’ Lantern
visualizza la presentazione Goblin Jack o’ Lantern Vampire Monster Skeleton Ghost Trick or treat Web Owl Mask Moon Bat Spider Hoot Spooky Broomstick Night Apple bobbing Sweets Cauldron

20 Merry Christmas Christmas tree crib candles card lights wreath sleigh
Stocking Father Christmas robin bell holly reindeer candy cane Angel paper hat Christmas eve Christmas day Decoration present star Christmas pudding tinsels turkey ribbons toys cracker mistletoe

21 Happy Easter daffodil chick Easter eggs Easter bunny decorative eggs
Easter tree hot cross buns Easter basket lamb

22 >people description
my family >people description parents children baby RELATIVES uncle aunt cousins gran grandmother grandma dad – father grandad grandfather grandpa mum – mother brother - son Sister - daughter

23 people description - Who is it/this? This is my mum / it’s my mum / it’s me What do you / does he-she look like? I’m/he’s/she’s I’ve got/he’s got/she’s got What are you / is he-she wearing? I’m wearing … He’s/she’s wearing Put on your … | Take off your …

24 >objects description
my toys teddy bear >objects description football guitar car trumpet plane ball bike comic scooter doll robot yo-yo train

25 objects description - What’s this/that? It’s a/an…
- What are these/those? They are .... - What colour is it? It’s ... How many …? 1/2/ Where’s …? In / On … - Whose is the pen?/Whose are the pens?- I think it’s mine/I think they’re yours - There is/are … There isn’t/aren’t

26 my abilities Playing the guitar, the piano, the violin, the tambourine, the triangle, the drums, the recorder, the trumpet playing football riding a bike running skipping skiing playing volleyball I/he/she can/can’t… Can you…? Yes, I can | No, I can’t skating jumping playing basketball riding a horse playing tennis dancing swimming canoeing singing

27 clothes >accessories dress suit jumper shirt blouse t-shirt jeans
shorts jacket skirt trousers coat raincoat and umbrella swimsuit socks stockings tracksuit shoes trainers boots sandals

28 accessories rings and earrings bracelet necklace gloves jewels scarf
tie belt hat mobile phone bag watch glasses

29 my likes, dislikes, favourites
- What’s your favourite food? My favourite food is … Do you like …? Yes, I do / No, I don’t I like … / I don’t like … / I love … / I hate ... food colours animals people

30 colours pink orange blue green white purple brown grey black yellow
red gold silver sky blue light green dark green

31 animals [1] dog cat rabbit fish budgie kitten bird puppy goldfish
mouse hamster

32 animals [2] giraffe tiger horse parrot snake monkey lion frog elephant
pig kangaroo crocodile bear zebra

33 animals [3] bull duck shark flamingo owl bee sheep fly butterfly
spider hen bat Turtle tortoise

34 animals [4] ant penguin worm dolphin caterpillar snail whale goat
Wings Tail Beak Horns Trunk Stripes Spots whale goat beetle hippo wolf goose Run fast Swim Fly Walk Jump Climb ladybird rhino fox chick cow ox swan turkey

35 people Mr – Mrs - Miss Giant prince monster boy and girl princess
genie gnome witch child dragon wizard woman man Policeman and policewoman Mr – Mrs - Miss

36 fruit food [1] apple lemon strawberry orange berry cherry pine apple
peach grapes fruit water melon melon banana pear

37 food [2] water lemonade cola orange juice tea coffee milk drinks wine

38 food [3] pasta hamburger meat cheese sausages sandwich bacon soup
porridge chicken wurstel mushroom salt spaghetti peanuts pizza peas fish hot dog ham salad bread rolls tomato chips egg beans toast cucumber potato carrot vegetables rice

39 food [4] breakfast lunch dinner cookies butter jam cereal croissant
chocolate cake sweets ice-cream sugar crisps breakfast lunch dinner

40 my places My school My house My town

41 my house bedroom (picture, clock, drawers, curtains, shelves, desk, chair, PC, bed, pillow, cover, radio, wardrobe, lamp, TV, CD player, blankets, bookshelf) bathroom (washing machine, bath, shower, mirror, washbasin, towel) living room (sofa, bookcase, armchair, lamp, clock, picture, piano, plant, fireplace, coffee-table, carpet, rug, vase of flowers) kitchen (cupboard, table, chairs, fridge, cooker, oven, sink, dishwasher, glasses, knife, fork, spoon, bowl, cups, shelf, jug, drawer, plates) Dining room – hiding place - garden Flat – city | house - town | cottage – village | upstairs | downstairs | Stairs – balcony – floor (on the 4th floor) – hall – roof – garage – wall – chimney - lift

42 my school School objects School subjects School places
- When’s Maths? Maths is on ... When do you have Maths? We have Maths on ... at ... - My favourite lesson is ... - My favourite lessons are ... - How do you go to school? I go to school by ... / I walk

43 school objects pen desk book lights clock blackboard chair ruler
window pencil pencil-sharpener calendar lamp school bag table glue paper door calculator felt-tip pen cards exercise-book teacher notebook rubber eraser basket scissors cupboard chalk pencil case

44 subjects >ICT Italian Maths Sport English Geography Science Music
Art >ICT History Drama Religion

45 ICT [1] Hardware/software input/output devices printer case tower
scanner keyboard monitor /screen joystick keys mouse – mouse pad right/left button click/double click plug earphones speakers

46 RAM (Random Access Memory)
ICT [2] CPU (Central Processing Unit) HD (Hard Disk) RAM (Random Access Memory) ROM (Read Only Memory) floppy CD (Compact Disk) DVD (Digital Video Disc / Digital Versatile Disc) pendrive Keyboard – caps lock – shift – space bar – enter – backspace – delete Desktop – icons – trash – computer resources – documents – internet explorer

47 school places school corridor dining hall toilet staffroom gym
playground library classroom

48 my town Town places transport In a shop In a town

49 town places [1] School park swimming pool music store pets shop
post office zoo shop cafè supermarket bank clothes shop shoe shop market cinema hotel restaurant hospital animal hospital

50 town places [2] traffic lights zebra crossing, pedestrian crossing
museum post box garage fire station statue fountain phone box Police station square stadium train station Bus stop church

51 transport Plane, cab/black taxi, bus double-decker bus train van car
on foot bike scooter motorbike ship boat Ferry-boat canoe

52 in a shop - Good morning! Can I have some chicken, please?
- Yes, here you are/No, sorry - Thank you! How much is that? - £ 1.10p please Here you are - Thank you, goodbye - Goodbye

53 in a town - Excuse me, where’s the bank?
- Go straight on! Turn left! Turn right! It’s on the left. It’s on the right. - At the traffic lights/zebra crossing turn left/right Thank you! - what’s in your town? - there’s a ... in my town - I live in ...

54 in the classroom - Sit down! Stand up! Shut up!
- Open/Close your books/the door/the window - Take your book - Put down your… / Pick up your… / Tidy up - Put the red pen next to the yellow pencil - Come to the blackboard! - Go to the window! - Touch the window! - Go out! / Come in! - Turn on/off the lights! - Show me the door - Give me your book - Point to the window Look at the door   Turn back - Can you spell it? How do you spell that? - I can’t understand - I don’t know  - Listen / speak / read / write - Repeat / chant / sing a song / circle / underline / ask and answer/ complete / draw / colour / label / learn / teach / study / cut / copy / paste / count to ten / turn pages May I go to the toilet, please? May I drink, please? May I stand up, please? May I go out, please? May I speak, please? May I clean the blackboard?

55 ordinary actions - eat, drink - go, come, go out, come in - shop
- wear - meet - choose - dream cry fly fall - phone - wash - wait see / look at like / love / hate - Open/close - Start/stop Ask/answer Work/play - Learn/teach - Turn on/turn off - Turn right/left Put on/take off - Sit down/stand up - Wake up/fall asleep - Show/hide clap your hands touch your head stamp your feet shake your legs - let’s go/jump/play

56 ordinary language >thank you >greetings - well - thank you
- I’m sorry - Good idea - I’m cold - I’m angry - Look out! - After you - Excuse me - Cheers - hurry up - mind your business - Me too - What’s up? - What’s wrong? - I don’t mind >thank you >greetings

57 greetings hi – hello – good morning – good afternoon – good evening – good night – goodbye – bye bye – see you - see you tomorrow – cheerio

58 thank you You are welcome, welcome
it was my pleasure, it’s a pleasure, my pleasure that’s ok, it’s ok, it’s all right not at all, not a problem, no problem, no bother don’t mind, never mind don’t mention it

59 a bit of grammar [1] >spelling >numbers >prepositions
ADJECTIVES AND USE A white flower DEFINITE ARTICLE The INDEFINITE ARTICLES A, an DEMONSTRATIVES This, these, that, those PERSONAL PRONOUNS (I, you, he/she/it, we, you, they) POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES (my, your, his/her/its, our, your, their) POSSESSIVE PRONOUNS (mine, yours, his/hers/its, our, yours, theirs) ADVERBS Never – rarely/seldom – sometimes – often – usually - always CONJUNCTIONS and, but, or POSTCARD WRITING (Dear – come soon – love – signature) LETTER WRITING (Dear – write soon – love – signature) WRITING (Dear – write soon – love – signature) >spelling >numbers >prepositions

60 a bit of grammar [2] PLURALS regular: s
irregular: man/woman, tooth/teeth, foot/feet, child/children, mouse/mice, louse/lice, ox/oxen x – ch – sh – ss: es y preceduto da consonante: ies o preceduto da consonante: es f/fe: ves QUESTION WORDS What, who, when, where, why (+ because), how, whose OPERAZIONI MATEMATICHE ( one and one is two, plus, minus, equals ) QUITE/VERY/A LOT OF/LOTS OF/SOME/ANY/TOO PUNCTUATION comma (,) full stop (.) colon (:) semicolon (;) exclamation mark (!) question mark (?) dash (-) underscore (_) apostrophe (‘) dot dot dot (...) quotation marks (“”) brackets (round, square, curly) new line

61 spelling

62 numbers 1one - 2two - 3three - 4four - 5five - 6six - 7seven - 8eight - 9nine - 10ten 11eleven - 12twelve - 13thirteen - 14fourteen - 15fifteen - 16sixteen - 17seventeen - 18eighteen - 19nineteen - 20twenty 21twenty-one - 22twenty-two - 23twenty-three - 24twenty-four - 25twenty-five - 26twenty-six - 27twenty-seven - 28twenty-eight - 29twenty-nine 30thirty - 40forty - 50fifty - 60sixty - 70seventy - 80eighty - 90ninety 100a/one hundred 1,000a/one thousand 1,000,000a/one million 1st first - 2nd second - 3rd third - 4th fourth - 5th fifth - 6th sixth - 7th seventh - 8th eighth - 9th ninth - 10th tenth 11th eleventh - 12th twelfth - 13th thirteenth - 14th fourteenth - 15th fifteenth - 16th sixteenth - 17th seventeenth - 18th eighteenth - 19th nineteenth - 20th twentieth - 21st twenty-first - 22nd twenty-second - 23rd twenty-third - 24th twenty-fourth - 25th twenty-fifth - 26th twenty-sixth - 27th twenty-seventh - 28th twenty-eighth - 29th twenty-ninth - 30th thirtieth - 40th fortieth - 50th fiftieth - 60th sixtieth - 70th seventieth - 80th eightieth - 90th ninetieth - 100th one hundredth

63 prepositions He is at school He goes to school He comes from school
Mum is with dad This is the Tower of London on In/inside outside under behind in front of opposite I go to school by car near This present is for you next to/beside through between among above/over Time in – months/years in January | in Easter on – days/date on Monday | on the first of November at – time at am

64 UK [1] Il Regno Unito di Gran Bretagna è composto da quattro stati:
Scotland (Scozia) la cui capitale è Edinburgh (Edinburgo) England (Inghilterra) la cui capitale è London (Londra) Wales (Galles) la cui capitale è Cardiff Northern Ireland (Irlanda del Nord) la cui capitale è Belfast La capitale del Regno Unito è Londra, mentre la bandiera è la Union Jack, nata dall’unione delle bandiere locali. La Scozia è famosa per: Il lago di Lochness, nel quale la leggenda narra che vi sia un mostro chiamato Nessie La cornamusa, lo strumento musicale nazionale, per suonare la quale gli scozzesi indossano il kilt. Questo gonnellino è formato da un tessuto chiamato tartan e presenta sul davanti una tasca nella quale gli scozzesi custodiscono una bottiglietta di whisky per riscaldarsi nei freddi inverni I castelli, i più belli dei quali si trovano ad Edinburgo

65 UK [2] L’Inghilterra è famosa per:
Buckingham Palace, residenza della Regina Elisabetta, dove ogni giorno alle si assiste al Cambio della Guardia (le guardie della regina indossano una divisa rossa e nera) Il Big Ben, un enorme orologio a Londra Il Parlamento, accanto al Big Ben La Torre di Londra, che custodisce i gioielli della regina Stonehenge, un monumento preistorico del a. C., luogo sacro ed osservatorio di fenomeni astronomici (qualcuno pensa che quegli enormi massi ve li abbiano messi gli alieni) Il Galles è famoso per lo stadio di Cardiff La moneta inglese è la sterlina (POUND), formata da 100 centesimi (PENCE). Il centesimo è il PENNY

66 London Londra è una città verde con molti parchi. Uno dei più importanti è il St James Park, che si trova vicino a Buckingham Palace ed ha un laghetto con molti uccelli e scoiattoli. I ragazzi vi trascorrono i pomeriggi facendo picnic, mentre molti impiegati vi trascorrono la pausa pranzo mangiando sandwich e prendendo il sole. La London Eye è una ruota panoramica gigantesca che si trova sul fiume Thames, di fronte al Big Ben. Fu costruita nel 2000 in occasione del millennio ed è la più grande del mondo (135 metri di altezza). La ruota impiega 30 minuti per compiere un giro completo. Nel museo delle statue di cera di Madame Tussaud è possibile ammirare statue di cera di persone famose: attori, cantanti, personaggi politici e personaggi del mondo dello sport. Il museo fu costruito nel 1835. La Torre di Londra fu costruita da William il conquistatore accanto al fiume Thames ed era una fortezza ed una residenza reale. Nel tempo divenne una prigione di stato, un luogo di tortura e di esecuzione. Nella torre fu decapitata Anna Bolena, moglie di Enrico VIII. Oggi i visitatori vi possono ammirare i gioielli della corona e collezioni di armature e strumenti di tortura.

67 VA Alfonso Francesco Tonya Giovanna Annarita Giuseppe Cristina Alfonso
Davide Cristiano Vincenzo Roberta Umberto Giuseppe Francesco Simona

68 VB Carla Anna Francesca Antony Rosita Giuseppe Giovanni Rosalba Anna
Annalisa Anna Maria Stella Manuel Luigi Emanuele Gaetano Gennaro Gianluca Vincenzo Antonella

69 VC Francesca Giusy Evita Francesco Fiore Michela Annalisa Emanuele
Salvatore Francesca Salvatore Melania Piero Valer Sebastian Gabriel Vincenzo

70 Goodbye… Carissimi! Lavorare con voi è stata un’esperienza entusiasmante. E’ meravigliosa la carica che si sprigiona quando ci sono voglia, volontà, desiderio di imparare. Ed io lo sento, l’ho avvertito e ne sono felice. Ho cercato di inserire in questo Cd tutto quello che abbiamo fatto insieme in Inglese: le frasi, le parole e quel po’ di grammatica con la quale spero di non avervi annoiato troppo. Manca, però, il cuore del nostro viaggio insieme: mancano le emozioni, gli sforzi, gli ascolti, le mie “prediche”, le vostre insoddisfazioni, le lacrime, le sfide. Manchiamo, cioè, noi, quello che siamo stati e che siamo ora, quello che abbiamo costruito insieme nel nostro lavoro quotidiano, nel nostro viaggio insieme. Spero, però, che tutto questo continui a vivere nei ricordi, nella mente come nel cuore. Io vi porto dentro con affetto e tenerezza. Siete stati i “miei alunni” e stare con voi mi ha arricchita. Per qualcuno di voi sono stata veramente “dura da sopportare”, ma credetemi quando continuo a ripetere che ho fatto tutto questo affinché capiste che quello che facciamo nella vita ha un’importanza, “tutto serve”, anche quello che sembra apparentemente inutile. Spero di avervi insegnato l’importanza del dare il meglio di sé in qualsiasi cosa si faccia, lo spirito di sacrificio, il senso del dovere. Ma spero al di sopra di tutto di avervi trasmesso la passione, l’interesse e la curiosità nei confronti di una lingua che vi darà di sicuro una marcia in più nel vostro futuro professionale e non. Starei qui a scrivervi per ore. Ma mi fermo. E’ difficile chiudere questo CD, perché significa “stoppare” la nostra avventura. Come vi ho già scritto vi porto dentro e lo faccio con una tenerezza ed una gioia infinite. Vi voglio bene. Teacher

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