Prezentacja na temat: "There is/are: statements 1 22 2 shops in this street. 3 banks over there. are aren’t a shop in this street. a bank over there. is isn’t There Statements."— Zapis prezentacji:
there is/are: statements 1 22 2 shops in this street. 3 banks over there. are aren’t a shop in this street. a bank over there. is isn’t There Statements We use there is/there are to describe where things are.
THERE IS/ THERE ARE..... W mojej rodzinie jest 5 osób. In my family are 5 people There are 5 people in my family Na stacij benzynowej znajduje sie bankomat. At the station is a cash machine. There’s a cash machine at the petrol station. W moim miescie jest duże centrum handlowe There is a big shopping centre in my city. A big shopping centre is in my city
There is/are + rzeczownik+ miejsce Na stacij benzynowej znajduje sie bankomat. There is a cash machine at the petrol station. Obok szkoły zanjduje się kafejka internetowa. There is an internet café near the school. There are 2 pens on the table. Na stole są 2 długopisy.
1.Na biurku znajdują się ksiazki i zeszyty. 1.W moim mieście jest bank, kosciół i stacja kolejowa. 2.W klasie jest 8 studentów 3.PRIMARK jest blisko centrum 4.W Bristolu jest duzo parków. 5.Na podłodze są zabawki 1.There are books and notebooks on the desk. 2.There is a bank, a church and the railway station in my city. 3.There are 8 students in the classroom. 4.There is PRIMARK near the city centre. 5.There are many parks in Bristol 6.There are some toys on the floor.
there is/are:jest/znajduje się 22 We normally use a/an or some/any after there is/are. Positive statements There’s a cash machine at the station. There’s an internet café near the school. There are some shops over there. Negative statements There isn’t a bank near here. There isn’t an internet café in the town. There aren’t any parks near here.
there is/are: questions and short answers 22 There is a supermarket near here. Is there a supermarket near here? There are some theatres in the town. Are there any theatres in the town? NOTE: We don’t use short forms in positive short answers. Is there a hotel in the square? Yes, there is. NOT Yes, there’s. Yes, there is. No, there isn ’ t. Yes, there are. No, there aren ’ t.