1. B E G I N N E R
E N G L I S H
L E V E L 2
P R E S E N T A T I O N 9
2. P H O N I C S – C O N T R O L L E D ‘ R ’
er - sound
runner baker braver coffer
cooker daughter defer deter
driver hotter heavier sharper
her rider toaster dancer
answer thinner nastier wider
smoother butcher lawyer writer
anger manager swimmer deliver
differ helicopter colder teacher
3. P H O N I C S – C O N T R O L L E D ‘ R ’
ir - sound
birthday circle dirt first 1st
sir circus fir stir
third 3rd girl shirt flirt
birth thirty 30 squirm thirteen 13
swirl thirst dirty chirp
firm thirsty swirl whirl
skirt confirm bird squirm
4. P H O N I C S – C O N T R O L L E D ‘ R ’
ur – sound
curve blur fur slur
nurse purse purple burst
curve turn curl hurl
surf church turf Thursday
Saturday burn return murder
turnip surprise hurt disturb
5. P H O N I C S – C O N T R O L L E D ‘ R ’
ear - sound
learning early pearl learn
earn earth search research
hearse heard earl earning
wor – sound
worm word worst worth
6. C O N V E R S AT I O N - R E C R E AT I O N
Practical Exercise 1: Watch the video and answer the questions in the worksheet for Presentation 9
7. V O C A B U L A R Y - R E C R E AT I O N
camping hiking mountain climbing
cycling swimming kayaking
8. V O C A B U L A R Y - R E C R E AT I O N
skiing hunting water-skiing
9. V O C A B U L A R Y T E S T
Practical Exercise 2: Complete the test in the worksheet for Presentation 9.
1. We are ________ ________.
2. The men are _____________.
3. The ladies are _____________.
4. We are playing ____________.
5. We are ______________.
6. The family is ____________.
7. She is _______ on the river.
8. They are _______ _______.
10. T I M E
Clock Horloge Hour hand Aiguille d’heure
The hour hand takes one hour
to move from one number to
the next number.
Minute hand Aiguille du minute
The minute hand moves every
minute, and takes one hour to
move from the 12 back to the 12.
Second hand Aiguille du seconde
The second hand moves every second.
Face Cadran d’horloge
11. T I M E
Twelve o’clock (midnight)
Twelve o’clock (noon, Midday)
Seven oh five / five after seven
Sept heure cinq
Seven ten / ten after seven
Sept heure dix
Seven fifteen / Quarter after seven
Sept heure un quart
12. T I M E
Seven twenty / twenty after seven
Sept heure vingt
Sept heure et demie
Seven thirty-five / twenty-five to eight
Seven forty / twenty to eight
Seven forty-five / quarter to eight
Seven fifty / ten to eight
13. T I M E
Seven fifty-five / five to eight
Huit heure du matin
Huit heure du soir
14. T I M E
To indicate the time plus some minutes one uses:
It is ......... Past.
• It is twenty past five. Il est 5 heures 20.
• It is half past 10. Il est 10 heures et demi.
• It is nine forty-five. Il es 9 heures 45.
To indicate the minutes before the time one use:
It is ......... to
• It is 10 to eleven. Il est 11 heures moins 10.
• It is 5 to ten. Il est 10 heures moins 5.
15. T I M E T E S T
Practical Exercise 3: Write the time using past and to in the worksheets for Presentation 9.
a. ______ __ nine b. ________ ____ two c.
d. e. f.
16. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - N O U N S
Apostrophe or no apostrophe after noun ends in ‘s’. When a proper noun ends in
‘s’, the possessive form can take either an apostrophe and an ‘s’ or only an
This is a portrait of King Charles's wife. This is a portrait of King
One of Thomas’s toes is broken. One of Thomas’ toes is broken.
My uncle, James's factory was burnt down last night.
My uncle, James' factory was burnt down last night.
Practical Exercise 4: Complete the exercise in the worksheet for Presentation 9.
17. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - P R O N O U N S
Possessive & Demonstrative Pronouns
An apostrophe is not used with a possessive pronoun that expresses ownership.
Examples: This slice of pizza is yours. She told us not to touch it as it was hers.
We use demonstrative pronouns to replace a noun or a noun phrase to show whether
something or more things are near or far in space or time.
There are four demonstrative pronouns used as follow:
this is to replace a singular noun (person or thing) that is around or nearby to the speaker.
that is to replace a singular noun that is distant from the speaker.
these is to replace a plural noun that is around or nearby to the speaker.
those to replace a plural noun that is distant from the speaker.
18. PA R T S O F S P E E C H - V E R B S
The past tense is used to express a completed action, an activity, or a state of
being in the past at the time of speaking or writing. The basic form of past tense is
the simple past tense. The simple past tense of regular verbs is formed by
adding to the end of the verbs the suffix –ed (kick/kicked; lick/licked; play/played)
or –d (bake/baked; care/cared; promise/promised).
Irregular verbs do not follow this pattern when forming their past tense
(buy/bought; cut/cut; hold/held; say/said), and learners are required to memorize
The same form of the simple past tense is used for the first, second, and third
persons, as well as singular and plural verbs (I/you/he, she, it/we/you/they …….
saw). Practical Exercise 5: Complete the exercise in the worksheet for Presentation 9.
19. R E A D T H E S T O R Y
What is recreation? Recreation is usually a group activity, which is fun and
not considered work. Recreation is an outside activity.
There are different types of recreation; camping, hiking, hunting, fishing,
rock climbing, skiing, boating, kayaking, horseback riding, and much more.
Some towns accommodate their children with holiday recreation activities.
They organize holiday sleep-overs and camping.
Why are these group activities good? They help children with socializing,
playing group games, and participating in healthy activities.
Practical Exercise 6: Read the comprehension and answer the questions in the worksheet for Presentation 9.
20. S P E L L I N G T E S T
Learn the spelling words on Slides 2, 3, 4, and 5 the ‘er’, ‘ir’, ‘ur’
‘ear’ and ‘wor’ sounds. Complete the test in Practical Exercise 7
in your worksheets for Presentation 9.
Click on the icon below. Listen carefully and pause the audio
and write the word.