... konulu sunumlar: "MTE 2010 CAN. MTE 2010 I can ride a bike. MTE 2010 FORM (+) S + CAN + V1 (-) S + CAN NOT (can’t) + V1 (?) CAN + S + V1?"— Sunum transkripti:
MTE 2010 CAN
MTE 2010 I can ride a bike.
MTE 2010 FORM (+) S + CAN + V1 (-) S + CAN NOT (can’t) + V1 (?) CAN + S + V1?
MTE 2010 *Can yetenekten bahsetmek için kullanılır. - Tony can swim. (Tony yüzebilir.) - My father can speak Chinese. (Babam Çince konuşabilir.) - I can ski. (Kayak yapabilirim.) - My sister can play the violin. (Kız kardeşim keman çalabilir.) - My students can dance. (Öğrencilerim dans edebilir.)
MTE 2010 *Olumsuz için “can't” (can not, cannot) kullanılır. - Tony can not play volleyball. (Tony voleybol oynayamaz) - My father can’t speak French. (Babam Fransızca konuşamaz.) - I can not skate. (Paten yapamam.) - My sister can’t play the guitar. - My students can not play basketball.
MTE 2010 *Soruda «can» başa gelir. - Can you speak English? (İngilizce konuşabilir misin?) Yes, I can. (Evet, konuşabilirim) Yes, I can speak English. - Can your students play golf? (Öğrencilerin golf oynayabilir mi?) No, they can not. (Hayır, oynayamazlar.) No, they can't play golf
Complete the sentences with CAN or CAN’T. 1-A bird fly. 2-A tortoise walk fast. can can’t
3-A dog run fast. 4-A fish swim. can
5-A fish live on land. 6-My uncle is a pilot.He fly planes. can’t can
An ostrich fly. A parrot speak. can’t can
Fill in the blanks with CAN or CAN’T 1-Fish swim,but they fly. 2-Birds fly, and they sing,too. can can’t can
3-Animals think,but humans A six-month old baby walk, but he crawl. can’t can can’t can
5-Bob solve this problem,because he is good at Maths. 6-Jane type 80 words a minute,she’s a good secretary. can
7-Trevor is only 10,so he ride a motorbike,but he ride a bicycle. 8-My uncle is a mechanic,he mend all types of cars. can’tcan
- What time is it? - What is the time? o’clock: tam past: geçe to: kala half (past): buçuk a quarter (past – to) : çeyrek Dakika 30 u geçtikten sonra saatler var diye söylenir. Gece 12’den öğle 12’ye kadar a.m, öğle 12’den gece 12’ye kadar p.m. İle söylenir. Saatleri söylerken, “It’s” ile başlanır. Use “at” with hours. > The meeting is at ten o’clock.
(it is) nine o'clock (it is) five past nine (it is) a quarter past nine (nine fifteen) (it is) half past nine (nine thirty) (it is) twenty to ten (nine forty) (it is) a quarter to ten (nine forty-five) (it is)five to ten (nine fifty-five)
Examples: 11:00: Eleven o’clock 5:00: Five o’clock 8:30: Eight thirty or half past eight 13:30: One thirty or half past one 8:05: Eight oh five or five past eight 1:10: One ten or ten past one 4:23: Four twenty three or Twenty three past four 9:03: Nine oh three or three past nine 8:35: Eight thirty-five or twenty five to nine. 12:56: Twelve fifty six or four to one 9:46: Nine forty six or fourteen to ten 9:45: Nine forty five or a quarter to ten 2:45: Two Forty five or a quarter to three 3:15: Three fifteen or a quarter past three 7:15: Seven fifteen or a quarter past seven
Days MONDAY(Pazartesi) TUESDAY(Salı) WEDNESDAY(Çarşamba) THURSDAY(Perşembe) FRIDAY(Cuma) SATURDAY(Cumartesi) SUNDAY(Pazar) Asking the day What’s the day today? What day is today? What day is it? -It’s Thursday. Use “on” with days. > The Maths lesson is on Monday
Months JANUARY (Ocak) FEBRUARY (Şubat) MARCH (Mart) APRIL (Nisan) MAY (Mayıs) JUNE (Haziran) JULY (Temmuz) AUGUST (Ağustos) SEPTEMBER (Eylül) OCTOBER (Ekim) NOVEMBER (Kasım) DECEMBER (Aralık) Use “in” with months. > My birthday is in June.
Seasons Use “in” with seasons. > I was born in summer. springİlkbahar summerYaz Autumn / fallSonbahar winterKış
2000 ve sonrasındaki yılları normal sayı gibi söyleriz two thousand two thousand and ten 2000’den önceki yıllar ise ikiye ayrılarak söylenir nineteen ninety-nine eighteen oh six Yıllar ile in kullanılır. I was born in BC (Before Christ) – M.Ö. AD (Anno Domini) – M.S. Years
Ordinal Numbers (sıra sayıları)
Asking and telling the DATE What's the date today? What's today's date? (BrE): 5 October the fifth of October, two thousand and four (AmE): October 5, October (the) fifth, two thousand and four Use “on” with dates. > Fatih conquered Istanbul on the twenty-ninth of May fourteen fifty-three
Examples: 9/6/2004 The ninth of June, two thousand (and) four 1/1/2007 the first of January two thousand (and) seven 20/10/2010 the twentieth of October two thousand and ten