4-“Identifying Objects”

Module 1, Unit 4

“Identifying Objects”

Base Sentences – (46-60)

46 What are these?

47 Those are books.

48 Where are the books?

49 There they are.

50 These are my pencils.

51 Where are your pens?

52 They’re over there.

53 Are these your pens?

54 Yes, they are.

55 Those are mine.

56 These are your books, aren’t they?

57 No, they aren’t.

58 They’re not mine.

59 These are mine, and those are yours.

60 Those aren’t your pens, aren’t they?

Questions & Answers

(1) BILL: What are these? เหล่านั้นคืออะไร ? JOHN: Those are books. เหล่านั้นคือหนังสือ

(2) BILL: Are these your books? หนังสือเล่มเหล่านี้ของคุณไหม ? JOHN: Yes, they’re mine. ใช่, เหล่าเป็นของผม

(3) BILL: Where are the pencils? ดินสอ ๆ อยู่ไหน ? HELEN: There they are. They’re over there. อยู่ที่โน้น เหล่าอยู่ที่โน้น

(4) HELEN: Where are your pens? ปากกาของคุณ อยู่ไหน ? BILL: They’re over there. There they are. อยู่ที่โน้น เหล่าอยู่ที่โน้น

(5) HELEN: Are these your pens? ปากกาด้ามเหล่านี้ของคุณไหม ? BETTY: Yes, they are. Those are mine. ใช่, มันเป็น ด้ามเหล่านั้นของผม

(6) BETTY: These are your books, aren’t they? หนังสือเป็นของคุณ หรือเปล่า ? JIM: Yes, they are. Those are mine. ใช่, เหล่าเป็น เล่มเหล่านั้นของผม

(7) JIM: These are your notebooks, aren’t they? สมุดเล่มเหล่านี้ของคุณ หรือเปล่า JACK: No, they aren’t. Those aren’t mine. เปล่า,

(8) JIM: These aren’t your books, are they? JACK: No, they’re not. These are mine, and those are yours.

(9) JACK: Whose pencils are these? Are they yours? ดินสอเหล่านี้ของใคร เป็นของคุณไหม JIM: Yes, they’re mine. ใช่, เหล่าเป็นของผม

(10) MR. GREEN: Whose notebooks are these? JIM: They’re mine. Those are my notebooks and those are my pencils.

(11) MRS. BROWN: Whose dictionaries are these? Are they yours? พจนนุกรม HELEN: No, they aren’t mine. เปล่า,

(12) JOHN: Those dogs are yours, aren’t they? สุนัขตัวนั้นเป็นของคุณ หรือเปล่า BILL: No, they’re not mine. ไม่,

(13) BETTY: Are those cars yours? รถยนต์คันนั้น เป็นของคุณไหม ? BILL: No, they aren’t. They’re not mine. ไม่,

(14) BETTY: Whose papers are these? They’re not mine. เอกสารฉบับนี้ ของใคร เหล่าไม่เป็นของฉัน MR. GREEN: Those papers are mine. Those are my papers.เอกสารเหล่านั้นเป็นของผม นั้น

(15) BILL: Where are the chairs and tables? เก้าอี้และโต๊ะตัวนั้น ที่ไหน ? JIM: There they are, over there. I see the chairs and tables. นั้นอยู่

Word/Phrase Substitution Drills

1a What are these , Bill? Are they yours?

1b What are those , Bill? Are they yours?

2a Yes, they are. Those books are mine.

2b Yes, they are. Those notebooks are mine.

2c Yes, they are. Those pencils are mine.

2d Yes, they are. Those pens are mine.

2e Yes, they are. Those briefcases are mine.

3a Whose pens are those? My pens are here .

3b Whose pens are those? My pens are over here .

3c Whose pens are those? My pens are there .

3d Whose pens are those? My pens are over there .

4a Those aren’t your books, are they?

4b Those aren’t my books, are they?

4c Those aren’t his books, are they?

4d Those aren’t her books, are they?

5a These books are yours. Where are mine ?

5b These books are yours. Where are his ?

5c These books are yours. Where are hers ?

5d These books are yours. Where are ours ?

5e These books are yours. Where are theirs ?

6a Here are two pencils. Whose pencils are these?

6b Here are three pencils. Whose pencils are these?

6c Here are four pencils. Whose pencils are these?

6d Here are five pencils. Whose pencils are these?

7a This isn’t my briefcase, and those aren’t my books. Whose are they?

7b This isn’t my pen, and those aren’t my booksWhose are they?

7c This isn’t my pencil , and those aren’t my books.  Whose are they?

7d This isn’t my notebook , and those aren’t my booksWhose are they?

7e This isn’t my paper , and those aren’t my booksWhose are they?

8a Your books are over here, and their books are over there.

8b My books are over here, and their books are over there.

8c Our books are over here, and their books are over there.

8d His books are over here, and their books are over there.

8e Her books are over here, and their books are over there.

9a I see the table, but where are the dictionaries ?

9b I see the table, but where are the books ?

9c I see the table, but where are the pencils ?

9d I see the table, but where are the notebooks ?

10a I see five books. These aren’t my booksWhose are they?

10b I see six books. These aren’t my booksWhose are they?

10c I see seven books. These aren’t my booksWhose are they?

10d I see eight books. These aren’t my booksWhose are they?

10e I see nine books. These aren’t my booksWhose are they?

10f I see ten books. These aren’t my booksWhose are they?

11a Here’s a chair. Please come in and sit down.  Your books are here.

11b Here’s a chair. Please come in and sit down.  Your pencils are here.

11c Here’s a chair. Please come in and sit down.  Your pens are here.

11d Here’s a chair. Please come in and sit down.  Your things are here.

12a Here are books, pencils and pensWhose things are these?

12b Here are books, pencils and papersWhose things are these?

12c Here are books, pencils and notebooksWhose things are these?

12d Here are books, pencils and lessonsWhose things are these?

13a These things aren’t hers. They’re mine, aren’t they?

13b These things aren’t hers. They’re ours, aren’t they?

13c These things aren’t hers. They’re yours, aren’t they?

13d These things aren’t hers. They’re theirs, aren’t they?

13e These things aren’t hers. They’re his, aren’t they?

14a Good morning, Bill.  Here’s your chair over here. Let’s begin.

14b Good morning, Bill.  Here’s your table over here. Let’s begin.

14c Good morning, Bill.  Here’s your desk over here. Let’s begin.

15a It’s time to begin Lesson Four now.  Do you understand the book ?

15b It’s time to begin Lesson Four now.  Do you understand the lesson ?

15c It’s time to begin Lesson Four now.  Do you understand the page ?

15d It’s time to begin Lesson Four now.  Do you understand the sentence ?

15e It’s time to begin Lesson Four now.  Do you understand the word ?

16a This is page ten. Do you understand the lesson?

16b This is page eleven. Do you understand the lesson?

16c This is page twelve. Do you understand the lesson?

16d This is page thirteen. Do you understand the lesson?

16e This is page fourteen. Do you understand the lesson?

16f This is page fifteen. Do you understand the lesson?

17a What are these?

17b Whose are these?

17c Where are these?

18a These are my notebooks . Where are yours?

18b These are my pens . Where are yours?

18c These are my pencils . Where are yours?

18d These are my books . Where are yours?

19a Here are my things.

19b There are my things.

20a I see yours over there.

20b I see his over there.

20c I see theirs over there.

Conversation

(1) BILL: Are these your things, John? They’re not mine. JOHN: Yes, those are my things. BILL: Here they are — books, notebooks, pencils, and papers. JOHN: Thanks. Where are your things? BILL: My things aren’t here. JOHN: Is that your car? BILL: Yes, it is. And that’s my dog. JOHN: Very good. Whose cat is that? Is it yours? BILL: No, it’s not mine. JOHN: It’s time to go now, Bill. Let’s go.

(2) MR. GREEN: Good morning, Jack. Come in and sit down. JACK: Good morning, Mr. Green. Is it time to begin the lesson? MR. GREEN: Yes, it is. Sit down and let’s begin. JACK: Thank you. Here’s my chair over here. MR. GREEN: Open your book, Jack. Read Lesson Four. JACK: I don’t understand the lesson, Mr. Green. MR. GREEN: Here are the sentences. Do you understand these sentences? JACK: Yes, I understand the sentences. MR. GREEN: Page twelve. You read, Jack. JACK: Yes, Mr. Green, page twelve.

(3) BETTY: Hi, Helen. How are you? HELEN: Hello, Betty. Just fine, thanks. BETTY: Is it time to begin the class? HELEN: Yes, it is. Here are your books. BETTY: These books aren’t mine. HELEN: Whose books are these? BETTY: These are yours, and those are mine. HELEN: Yes. That’s right. BETTY: Is this your desk? HELEN: No, it isn’t. My desk is over there. BETTY: Whose desk is this? HELEN: It’s your desk. My desk is over there, and your desk is over here.

(4) MRS. BROWN: Good morning, Martha. How are you? MARTHA: Fine, thanks. And how are you? MRS. BROWN: Very well, thanks. Are those your books? MARTHA: No, they aren’t. Those books aren’t mine. MRS. BROWN: Where are yours? MARTHA: My books are over there. There they are. MRS. BROWN: Here’s your desk Martha. Sit down Please. MARTHA: Thank you, Mrs. Brown. Is it time to begin the class? MRS. BROWN: Yes, it is. Let’s begin Lesson Five. MARTHA: Is that page twelve? MRS. BROWN: No, it isn’t. It’s page thirteen. MARTHA: Oh yes. Here’s Lesson Five. MRS. BROWN: Please read the lesson. MARTHA: I don’t understand this word. MRS. BROWN: Here’s my dictionary. MARTHA: Thank you. Now I understand.

(5) HELEN: Hi, Martha. How are you today? MARTHA: Fine, thanks. And how are you? HELEN: Pretty well. Is Mrs. Brown here today? MARTHA: No, she isn’t. Mrs. Brown isn’t well today. HELEN: Is Mr. Green here today? MARTHA: Yes, he is. And it’s time to begin the class. HELEN: Are there thirteen chairs here? MARTHA: No, there aren’t. There are fifteen chairs. HELEN: Let’s study pages twelve, thirteen and fourteen. MARTHA: Fine.

(6) JOHN: It’s time to begin class. Let’s go. BILL: Fine. Let’s go. Is that your car? JOHN: Yes, it is. Where are your books? BILL: Here they are. My books are over here. JOHN: What’s this? Is it yours? BILL: Yes, that’s mine. It’s my dictionary. JOHN: Do you understand Lesson Five? BILL: Yes. But I don’t understand Lessons Six and Seven.

Word List

books หนังสือ (plural noun)

Those are books.

briefcases กระเป๋าเอกสาร (plural noun)

Yes, they are. Those briefcases are mine.

desk โต๊ะเขียน (GSL-1198)

Good morning, Bill. Here’s your desk over here. Let’s begin.

dictionaries พจนานุกรม (plural noun)

I see the table, but where are the dictionaries?

her ของเธอ (Possessive Pronoun)

Those aren’t her books, are they?

hers ของเธอ (Possessive Pronoun)

These books are yours. Where are hers?

lessons บทเรียน (plural noun)

Here are books, pencils and lessons. Whose things are these?

notebooks สมุดบันทึก (plural noun)

Yes, they are. Those notebooks are mine.

our ของเรา (Possessive Pronoun)

Our books are over here, and their books are over there.

ours ของเรา (Possessive Pronoun)

These books are yours. Where are ours?

over here ข้ามที่นี่

Whose pens are those? My pens are over here.

over there ข้ามโน่น

They’re over there.

page หน้าหนังสือ (GSL-952)

It’s time to begin Lesson Four now. Do you understand the page?

paper กระดาษ (GSL-256)

This isn’t my paper, and those aren’t my books.

papers เอกสาร (plural noun)

Here are books, pencils and papers. Whose things are these?

pencils ดินสอ (plural noun)

These are my pencils.

pens ปากกา (plural noun)

Where are your pens?

sentence ประโยค (GSL-1357)

Do you understand the sentence?

their ของพวกเขา (Possessive Pronoun)

Your books are over here, and their books are over there.

theirs ของพวกเขา (Possessive Pronoun)

These books are yours. Where are theirs?

these เหล่านี่

These books are yours. Where are mine?

they พวกเขา, เหล่านั้น

There they are.

they’re (คำย่อของthey are)

They’re over there.

things สิ่งของ, ของ (plural noun)

Here’s a chair. Please come in and sit down. Your things are here.

those เหล่านั้น (demonstrative pronoun)

Those are books. — Yes, they are. Those books are mine.

we’re (คำย่อของ we are) เราเป็น

We’re not doctors, either. (5)

what อะไร? (pronoun) (GSL-47)

What are these?

where ที่ไหน? (adverb) (GSL-93)

Where are the books?

whose ของใคร(possessive pronoun) (GSL-2273)

This isn’t my briefcase, and those aren’t my books. Whose are they?

word คำ, ถ้อยคำ (GSL-178)

It’s time to begin Lesson Four now. Do you understand the word?

Verb Form

aren’t (คำย่อของ are not)

These are you books, aren’t they?

Numbers

eleven สิบเอ็ด 11 ๑๑

This is page eleven. Do you understand the lesson?

twelve สิบสอง 12 ๑๒

This is page twelve. Do you understand the lesson?

thirteen สิบสาม 13 ๑๓

This is page thirteen. Do you understand the lesson?

fourteen สิบสี่ 14 ๑๔

This is page fourteen. Do you understand the lesson?

fifteen สิบห้า 15 ๑๕

This is page fifteen. Do you understand the lesson?

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