FEELINGSGood morning everybody! Today is a beautiful day here in Fleetwood. The sun is shining and I am very happy because I am going on holiday for a few days. Unfortunately I am very tired as I worked a lot in the last two weeks but finally I can leave tomorrow. And before I leave I am going to teach you some words and expressions related to feelings. Let’s see them together.
Love/ Like/ Hate + noun /főnévI love my family.I like my home.I don’t like my job.I hate snakes.Feeling verb: LIKE/LOVE/HATE + –ing form – szeret/utál csinálni valamitMen usually love watching football.Women usually love buying shoes and bags.Charlie likes reading a book and writing essays.But he doesn’t like going to parties and chatting.And he hates dancing and listening to music.WOULD LIKE (WANT) + to + infinitive – szeretne csinálni valamitI would like to drink a coffee.The boy would like to play a computer game.My mother and my father would like (want) to travel to Australia.
Complete the sentences with the correct adjectives and one of the following verbs: GO, SWITCH ON, DRINK, GO, SCREAM
He is . He would like to water.
He is . He wants to to the beach.
She is . She wants to to the doctor.
He is . He would like to the heating.
She is . She would like to loudly.
Complete the sentences with the –ING form of the correct verb
Aunt Molly hates .
Emma loves to music.
My parents and Molly like cards.
I like the newspaper.
Match the opposites
sad, warm, hungry, well, healthy, calm
Ez az oldal sütiket használ a felhasználói élmény fokozása érdekében.