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Some Modals according to their certainity. The Use of British English & American English. British English. 100%. 90%. 80%. 70%. American English. 60%. 50%. 40%. 30%. 2000. 20%. 1920. 1940. 1960. 1980. 1880. 1900. 10%. a ught to (expectation). will (future). going to

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Some Modals according to their certainity

The Use of British English & American English

British

English

100%

90%

80%

70%

American

English

60%

50%

40%

30%

2000

20%

1920

1940

1960

1980

1880

1900

10%

aughtto

(expectation)

will

(future)

going to

(prediction)

must

may

could

should

might

GRAFİK ÖRNEKLERİ

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Price

M

A

M

J

F

Months

D

J

J

A

O

N

S

FISON\'S SHARES

(pence per share)

  • Look at the graph showing the price of Fison\'s shares.
  • Re-write the sentences using adverbs.
        • In March the shares fell suddenly.
        • In April they recovered briefly.
        • In June they collapsed dramatically.
        • In August they only fell considerably.
        • In August they only fell slightly.
        • In September and October they improved steadily.
        • From mid-November, they improved gradually.
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A am afraid that you ve been given the wrong address.

  • Excuse me, but I\'m afraid this is a non-smoking area.
  • Don\'t be afraid of the dog, he is quite harmless.
  • Don\'t be afraid to ask for help.
  • Luke is afraid of going to bed in the dark.
  • Is she really very ill?
  • I\'m afraid so.
  • Do you have any ticket for koday?
  • I\'m afraid not, but we do have some tickets for tomorrow.
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Complete these sentences about the graphs below with appropriate prepositions.

1-Sales have increased ……..……. ………$5m …..………. $7m

2-Sales have increased …………… …… $2m.

3-There has been an increase …………… $2 m in our sales.

4-Sales now stand ………………………… $7 million.

5-Sales reached a peak …………… …… $7 million in July.

6-Sales reached a low point …………… $1 million in April.

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animal

mammal

wolf

cat

dog

terrier

poodle

spaniel

CONCEPT MAPS

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pony-trekking

  • Camping
  • climbing
  • quiz evenings
  • museum visits
  • acting
  • dancing

Activities

  • surfing
  • rafting
  • Swimming

metal

glass

  • archery
  • volleyball
  • beach volley
  • tennis

paper

  • pony trekking
  • Birdwatching

Plastic packaging

  • Advantages
  • Save energy
  • Less need to burn fosil fuels
  • Reusing Resources
  • Disadvantages
  • May be expensive
  • May require high technology

Hills and mountains

RECYCLING

Water

Other activities

Competitive Sports

With Animals

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Team Sports

Sports that can be played in a team.

Example: Football, basketball, voleyball etc.

Individual Sports

Sports that can be played individually.

Example: Tenis, golf, ice-skating etc.

SPORTS

Outdoor Sports

Sports that can be done in the open-air. Example: Jogging, trekking, bicycling, swimming, surfing, sking etc.

Indoor Sports

Sports that can be played/done indoors. Example: Squash, ıce-hockey, fencing etc.

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C: I’m just browsing, thanks.

S: How can I help you?

S: Do you see anything you like?

C: I\'m just looking, thanks.

C: Could I see this one.

S:OK

S: Here you are.

C: How much is this one?

C: Could I take a look at this one.

C: I\'ll give you 100.

S: It\'s 120 baht.

S: Sorry.

C: How much does this one cost?

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ARTICLES

INDEFINITE

ZERO

A, AN

    • a. With towns and cities
    • I am from Boston
    • b. With most countries (except the USA, the UK and the Cheach Republic)
    • Ankara is in Turkey
  • c. With "by" + a mean of transport.
    • I travel by bus / train
  • d. With times + day.
    • I make up at 7 o\'clock.
    • We will have an exam on monday.
  • e. With these phrases
    • I will wait you at home.

With jobs

I am an artist

With a singular noun to mean "one".

We have a problem.

DEFINITE

THE

  • With there phrases
  • in the city center
  • on the right / left
  • With times of day
  • in the morning
  • in the afternoon
  • in the evening
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Tense

The Simple Tenses

The Progressive Tenses

The Perfect Tenses

The Perfect Progressive Tenses

Past perfect

Present progressive

Present perfect progressive

Future perfect progressive

Future progressive

Simple Past

Simple Present

Present perfect

Past perfest progressive

Past progressive

Future perfect

Simple Future

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(a) SUBSTANCE

IS

(an) OBJECT

The properties of a substance that can be seen and perceived

The place that is covered in the space

The quantity that

is constant

IS

IS

ARE

(the) VOLUME

(the) MASS

The states of a substance

UNIT

UNIT

Gas

KG

M3

can be measured

the force of gravit that effec the mass

if it has not a geometrical shape

if it has geometrical shape

can be measure

UNIT

with GRADED BEAKERS

With FORMULAS

a substance that has been given a shape

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SATIŞ

KESİM

KUMAŞ

Kesim Atölyesi

Kesim bıçakları

Kesim masası

Kalıp

TEKSTİL

Baskı Tekstili

Boyama Tekstili

İşleme Tekstili

KONFEKSİYON

MODEL

Pazarlama

Satış mağazası

Perakende-Toplam

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MOVIE KINDS

SCIENCE FICTION

COMEDY

ACTION

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pullower

shoes

t-shirt

shirt

book

jacket

CLOTHES

SCHOOL

exam

skirt

dress

trousers

student

teacher

blackboard

lesson

desk

classroom

ÇAĞRIŞIM BALONU ÖRNEKLERİ

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Seaside

Holiday

Summer

Sun

kecream

Computer

Teacher

Hot

Sunglasses

Student

Duster

Picture of Atatürk

School

Desk

Board

Classroom

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table

kitchen

bathroom

base

chair

starrs

living room

Buildings

dining room

hospital

carpet

garden

roof

department store

curtain

door

window

family

is a working women

can be a very good friend of ours

wife of our father

can be asked of any question

has to take care of our brothers and sisters too

MOTHER

is tender

can be a good cook

is en couraging

is helpful

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Green

Pink

Yellov

Puple

COLOURS

Grey

Red

Black

Blue

Brown

Orange

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purple

violet

green

black

brown

blue

Colours

pink

Navy blue

red

White

yellow

T. Today, we will learn colours.

Do you known colour?

----------------------

Yes, colous means renk in Turkish.

Do you know any colour?

What colour eyes have you got?

Good. (Show a yellow book) What colour is it?

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SİSTER

NEPHEW

COUSIN

FATHER

BROTHER

?

MOTHER

GRANDMOTHER

UNCLE

GRANDFATHER

GRANDCHILDREN

AUNT

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Dog

Lamb

Whale

Cuttlefish

Donkey

Animals

Dolphin

Cat

Shark

Mouse

Pig

Animals which live in land

Animals which live in sea

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KUMAŞ

T

E

R

Z

İ

İ

P

L

İ

K

Ş

EME

B

O

Y

AMA

DO

K

UMA

D

İ

K

İ

Ş

N

A

K

I

Ş

G

İ

Y

İ

M

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Extravert

Happy

Angry

?

Calm

Unhappy

Excating

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