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【Self Study English ♡ Unit 2】 want to learn useful vocabulary “have” from the basics?

 

This blog can be used in class or as a self-study text book. It is intended to take learners from a very basic level of vocabulary to a level where they can use around 2,000 words and phrases.

The vocabulary has been chosen for its usefulness in everyday situations. And I focus not just on single words, but on useful phrases and collocations.

 

For example, difficult teaching points such as the difference between do and make, are dealt with through collocation (we do our homework, but we make mistakes).

This blog is organized around everyday topics, but also has units devoted to core verbs such as get and bring/take, as well as units concerned with ways of learning vocabulary.

 

When the learners have worked through a group of units, it is a good idea to repeat some of the work and to extend on the meaning  and use of key words and phrases by extra discussion with someone.

And find other examples of the key items in other texts and situations. This can be done at intervals of one to three months after first working on a unit. This is important!

 

 

Then,

Let’s get started!

 

(Today’s word is “have”)

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have / had / had ♡

 

 

① What can you have?

You can have

  •  lunch
  •  a party
  •  a lesson
  •  a cup of coffee
  •  a shower

 

 

 


 

② Other things you can have

 

《example》

 dinner, breakfast, a meal, something to eat

 a meeting, a competition, a game of football

 an exam, homework, an appointment (with the dentist)

 a drink, a sandwich, an ice-cream, some cheese

 a bath, a swim, a sauna

 

 

 

 

 


 

③ Expressions with have

 Is that your camera? Can I have a look? (= look at it)

 Is that your bicycle? Can I have a go?  (= ride it)

 Can I have a word with you?  (= speak to you)

 

◉  We always have a good time in our English lessons, right?

(= fun, we enjoy them)

 I’m going to have my hair cut.

 I want to learn to ski but I don’t have the time.

 

 

 

 

Have + got ☆

have + got  (speaking / informal)   =   have (writing / formal)

 

 

 

 

 I’ve got 3 sisters. Have you got any brothers and sisters?

 My house is big. It’s got 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms.

 We’ve got 10 minutes before the train goes.

 

 Have you got a pen?

 I’ve got a problem. Can I have a word with you?

 I’ve got a cold  (a headache).

 

 

 

 

 

(Dialogue)

(In a shop)
 

A:   Do you sell postcards?

B:   Yes, but we haven’t got any at the moment.
 
 

 

 

 

have to… ☆

We use have to when the situation means you must do something.

 

 

 

 

For example…

 

  The museum’s not free. You have to pay € 10 to go in.

 All students have to do the exam.

 I haven’t got a car, so I have to walk to school every day.
 

 

 

 

 

Exercises  ☆

◉ Fill the gaps in the sentences. Use words from these…

party, dinner, meeting, coffee, shower, fruit, swim, appointment, cards, exam, toast
 
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《 Possible answers 》

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◉ Answer the questions about yourself.

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《 Possible answers 》

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◉ Match the sentences from 1 〜5  with the words from A〜E.

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◉ What do you say?

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《 Possible answers 》

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How was it?

Easy or difficult?

 

Hope you enjoyed it!

 

 

 

 

See you next time😀

 

 

 

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