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1 Final Exam Study Guide

Unit 1A

Present Tense Be ()

Question Yes / No

Be (Am / Is / Are) + subject ()
+ noun()
+ preposition ()
+ adjective ()
Are you a doctor?
Is he in school?
Are they happy?


Answer- Yes / No
Yes, + subject ()+ be (am, is are) Yes, I am
No, + subject () + be not (am not, isnt, arent) No, he isnt

Question- Wh?

Wh + be (am, is, are) + subject ( ) ____?

Where is the bank?
What is his name?
How is the weather?


Positive Answer (+)
Subject () + be (am, is, are) + noun / preposition /
adjective
Its next to the school.
His name is Paul.
It is sunny.

Negative Answer (-)
Subject () + be not(am not, isnt, arent) + noun /
preposition / adjective
Its not behind the school.
His name isnt John
It isnt raining.

Present Tense Simple Present

Question Yes / No
Do + I / you / we / they + base verb____? Do you like pizza?
Do they play soccer?
Does + he / she / it + base verb____? Does he like pizza?
Does she play soccer?

Answer Yes / No
Yes, I / you / we / they + do Yes, I do.
Yes, he / she / it + does Yes, she does.
No, I / you / we / they + dont No, I dont
No, he / she / it + doesnt No, he doesnt.

Question- Wh?
Wh + do + I / you / we / they + BASE
VERB___?

When do you eat dinner?
Where do they study?
How do you feel?
Positive Answer (+)
I / You / We / They + Base Verb

I eat at 7.
They study at school.
I feel happy.
Negative Answer (-)
I / You / We / They + dont +
Base Verb

I dont eat at 9.
They dont study at home.
I dont feel sad.
Wh + does + he / she / it + BASE
VERB___?

When does he eat dinner?
Where does she study?
How does he feel?
Positive Answer (+)
He / She / It + Base Verb + s/es/ies

He eats at 7.
She studies at school.
He feels happy
Negative Answer (-)
He/ She / It + doesnt + BASE
VERB

He doesnt eat at 9
She doesnt study at home.
He doesnt feel sad.

S/ES/IES
Usually add s to the verb Play = Plays
Eat = Eats
Feel = Feels
If verb ends in O,X,CH,SH,SS add es Watch = Watches
Mix = Mixes
Go = Goes
If verb ends in consonant () + y. Delete y add ies
Study = Studies
Try = Tries
Marry = Marries
Exception: Have = Has

Unit 1B Describing People

Vocabulary: (P.7) http://matt1.tuenglish.com/study-guides.html

Grammar: (P.10)

Subject + Be(am, is, are) + Age / Height / Weight He is in his twenties
She is tall
They are heavy-set.
Subject + have / has + Eye Color / Hair Color / Hair
Style
She has blue eyes.
I have brown hair.
We have curly hair.






Unit 2A NOT ON TEST
Unit 2B
Vocabulary: (P.17) http://matt1.tuenglish.com/study-guides.html

Grammar: (P.15) Object Pronouns
Subject Pronoun Object Pronoun
I
You
He
She
It
We
They
me
you
him
her
it
us
them

Paul likes Jane

Paul = Subject
Jane = Object

He likes her.
Peter and I met Dave and Jane

Peter and I = Subject
Dave and Jane = Object

We met them.

Unit 3A Count and Non Count Nouns

Grammar (P.25) http://matt1.tuenglish.com/study-guides.html

Count Nouns - One
Positive
Use is + a / an / number
+ noun
There is a banana, There is an apple, There is one book.
Negative There isnt a banana, There isnt an apple.
Question Is there a banana?, Is there an apple?

Count Nouns - Many
Positive Use are + some +
noun + s/es/ies
There are some bananas, There are some mangoes, There are some babies
Negative Use arent + any
+ noun + s/es/ies
There arent any bananas, There arent any mangoes, There arent any babies
Question Use are + any +
noun + s/es/ies?
Are there any bananas? Are there any mangoes? Are there any babies?

Non Count Nouns
Positive Use is + some + noun There is some rice, There is some salad, There is some juice
Negative Use isnt + any + noun There isnt any rice, There arent any salad, There isnt any juice
Question Use is + any + noun? Is there any rice? Is there any salad? Is there any juice?
Unit 3B NOT ON TEST
Unit 4A - Weather
Vocabulary and Grammar (p36) http://matt1.tuenglish.com/study-guides.html

Noun () Adjective () It + be (is/are) + (verb () + ing
Article (a/an/the) + Noun
A cloud / The rain.
Quantifier + Noun
A lot of snow / Some cloud
Possessive + Noun
Our snow / Koreas weather
Adjective + Noun
Light wind / Heavy rain
It is / There are + Adjective
Its rainy / There are snowy days.

It is + Adverb () + Adjective
It is partly cloudy / It is very cold.
Use for weather now...
It is raining / It is snowing

NEVER:
It is clouding / fogging/ winding

Breeze / Breezy = A light wind
Freezing = Very cold.
Chilly = A little cold.

But / Or / So (p39)
But positive + negative I can speak Japanese, but I cant speak Chinese
So The Result / What happens I was sick, so I went to the doctor
Or (1) A choice Do you want to eat soup or salad?
Or (2) With not (in one sentence) I cant play soccer or basketball / I dont like pizza or spaghetti.

Note: We use a comma , before but and so. We dont use a comma before or.

Unit 4B NOT ON TEST


Units 5 & 6 (Past Tense)

Past Tense Be (p. 49 / 54 )

Question Yes / No

Be (was / were) + subject ( )
+ noun()
+ preposition ()
+ adjective ()
Were you a doctor?
Was he in school?
Were they happy?

Answer Yes / No
Yes, + subject + be (was / were)
No, + subject + be not (wasnt / werent)
Yes, I was / Yes, he was / Yes, they were
No, I wasnt / No, he wasnt / No, they werent







Question- Wh?

Wh + be (was / were) + subject ( ) ____?

When were you born?
What was his hobby?
Who was his friend?


Positive Answer (+)
Subject () + be (was / were) + noun / preposition
/ adjective
His wife was Marie Curie
I was born in Busan.
His hobby was playing soccer.

Negative Answer (-)
Subject () + be not(wasnt / werent) + noun /
preposition / adjective
His wife wasnt Beyonce
I wasnt born in Seoul
His hobby was playing tennis.

Past Tense Simple Past (p54 / 59 / 64)

Question Yes / No
Did + subject ( ) + base verb____?
Did you play soccer?
Answer
Yes, + subject + did
No, + subject + didnt

Yes, I did
No, I didnt

Question- Wh?
Wh + did + subject ( ) + BASE
VERB___?

Where did you go on vacation?
When did you study English?
Who did you watch the movie with?
Positive Answer (+)
Subject () + PAST VERB!

I went to America
I studied English last week
I watched the movie with my friend
Negative Answer (-)
Subject () + didnt +
BASE VERB

I didnt go to England.
I didnt study Japanese.
I didnt watch the movie
with my mother.

Regular Past Verbs
Usually add ed Play = Played
Visit = Visted
If verbs ends e add d Move = Moved
Like = Liked
If verb ends consonant () + y. Delete y add ied
Study = Studied
Reply = Replied
If verb ends consonant, vowel, consonant (,
). Double the last letter, add ed
Stop = Stopped
Bet = Betted


Irregular Verbs (p.59)

Base Verb Past Verb Base Verb Past Verb
begin
break
come
do
fall
feel
go

began
broke
came
did
fell
felt
went
have
know
make
run
say
shake
think
forget
had
knew
made
ran
said
shook
thought
forgot

Unit 5B Vocabulary (p.51) http://matt1.tuenglish.com/study-guides.html


Works as + job
He works as a doctor
I work as a teacher
Works for + company /a place / ~self
They work for Samsung
A doctor works for a hospital
My father works for himself
(for himself = you own the company)
Works with + people / things
I work with children
Bill Gates works with computers

Looking forward to a future event that is fun or exciting
Im looking forward to my vacation. Im going to America

Looking for To search
I cant find my phone. Ive been looking for it everywhere

Good at (+verb+ing) Can do something well
Paul is good at cooking. His food is delicious

Admire / Look up (to) (a person) Somebody who is your hero / Somebody you would like to be like
I look up to my father. He works very hard.
Americans admire John Kennedy. He was a great president.