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Birgitta Dalin Jeremy Hanson

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Stepping Stone är ett läromedel i engelska för grundläggande vuxenutbildning.

STEPPING STONE

STEPPING STONE

Gleerups

STEPPING STON E

Det består av tre delar som tillsammans täcker grundskolans kurs. Till Stepping Stone 1 finns

Lärarhandledning med övningar, diagnostiskt prov och test samt cd-skiva med hörförståelseövningar, uttalsövningar och inlästa texter

Jeremy Hanson

Allt-i-ett-bok med övningar, test, facit, samt två cd-skivor med inlästa texter, hörövningar, uttalsövningar och inlästa gloslistor

Birgitta Dalin

Birgitta Dalin Jeremy Hanson

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My name is Larisa.

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This is my flat.

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Hello, how are you today?

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Welcome to my home.

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I like your new shoes.

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I get up at 6.30 every morning.

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Let’s go out for dinner tonight!

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I’m a nurse and I like tennis.

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Can you tell us the way to Piccadilly Circus, please?

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Happy birthday to you!

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stepping stone

Unit 1 My name is Larisa In this unit you can learn how to

• say who you are • talk about yourself • say your nationality • talk about your family


My name is Larisa My name is Larisa. I am from Moscow. I am Russian. I am single.

My name is Charlotte, but you can call me Lotta. I am Swedish. I am from Malmรถ. I am married and I have a little daughter. My husband is from Gothenburg.

I am Leopold. I am from Warsaw in Poland. I am married and I have four children. I have a job in Stockholm.

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Unit 1

My name is Tania. I am Swedish but my parents are from Chile. I have two brothers and a sister.

I am Asal from Iraq. I am married and I have three young children.

My name is Clive. I’m not Swedish. I’m English. My wife is Swedish. We have four children – two girls and two boys.

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Hello, I’m Lotta Hello, I’m Lotta. I’m from Malmö. This is my daughter, Wilma. Larisa Hello. My name is Larisa. What a beautiful baby! I’m Russian. Leopold So, you are from Russia! I’m Polish. I’m married and I have four children. My name is Leopold. Clive That’s interesting. I’m from England. My name is Clive. I’m married and I have four children just like you, Leopold. And who are you? Asal I’m Asal. I’m from Iraq. Clive Are you single, Asal? Asal No, I’m married. My wife and I have three young children. Tania And I’m Tania. I’m Swedish but my parents are from Chile. Lotta

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my [mai] name [neim] is [iz] my name is I [ai] am [m] from [frÉ’m] Moscow [mÉ’skəυ] Russian [rĘƒÉ™n] single [siĹ‹ l] but [bt] you [ju ] can [kn] call [kÉ” l] me [mi ] you can call me Swedish [swi diĘƒ] married [mrid] and [nd] have [hv] a [É™] little [litl] daughter [dÉ” tÉ™] husband [hzbÉ™nd] Gothenburg [ ɒθənb ] Warsaw [wÉ” sÉ” ] in [in] Poland [pəυlÉ™nd] four [fÉ” ] children [tĘƒildrÉ™n] job [dÉ’b] Stockholm [stÉ’khəυm] parents [peÉ™rÉ™nts] are [É‘ ] Chile [tĘƒili] two [tu ] brothers [brĂ°É™z] sister [sistÉ™] Iraq [irÉ‘ k] three [θri ] young [jĹ‹] I’m [aim]

Unit 1

Word list min, mitt, mina namn är jag heter jag är frün Moskva rysk, ryska ogift, ensamstüende men du/ni kan kalla mig du/ni kan kalla mig svensk gift och ha en, ett liten dotter man GÜteborg Warszawa i Polen fyra barn jobb fÜräldrar är Chile tvü brÜder syster Irak tre ung jag är 11


not [nÉ’t] English [iĹ‹ liĘƒ] wife [waif] we [wi ] girls [  lz] boys [bÉ”iz] hello [heləυ] this [Ă°is] beautiful [bju tÉ™fÉ™l] what [wÉ’t] a beautiful baby so [səυ] Russia [rĘƒÉ™] Polish [pəυliĘƒ] interesting [intrestiĹ‹] that’s interestin England [iĹ‹ lÉ™nd] just like you [dst laik ju ] who [hu ] Who are youĘ” no [nəυ] yes [jes]

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inte engelsman fru vi ickor pojkar hej detta, det här vacker vilket vackert barn (baby) sü Ryssland polsk intressant det var intressant England precis som du vem Vem är du? nej ja, jo


Useful phrases My name is … I am … I am … I am … from …

Hello, I´m … This is my …

Unit 1

(Nyttiga fraser)

(Russian, Swedish). (married/single). (Asal). (Iraq). (Lotta). (daughter, husband).

Look at the grammar am, are, is (är) I am from Moscow. So, you are Russian. My husband is Swedish. He is from Gothenburg. My wife is Swedish. She is from Malmö. My name is Tania. It is a beautiful name. We are married. So, Peter and Anne, you are English. The children, they are young. I am you are he is she is it is we are you are they are

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I am you are he is she is it is we are you are they are

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I’m you’re he’s she’s it’s we’re you’re they’re

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Practise your English Check the text Which is right? (Vilket är rätt?) 1. My name is Larisa. a) I’m single. b) I’m married. 2. I’m Lotta.

a) I’m English. b) I’m Swedish.

3. I’m Leopold.

a) I’m from Moscow. b) I’m from Warsaw.

4. I’m Tania.

a) I have two brothers and a sister. b) I have two brothers and two sisters. a) I’m single. b) I’m married. a) I have a wife and three children. b) I have a wife and four children.

5. I’m Asal. 6. I’m Clive.

Check how to say it Listen to the CD and say the words. (Lyssna på cd-skivan och uttala orden.) Swedish

married

children

parents

[swi diʃ]

[mrid]

[tʃildrən]

[peərənts]

sister

brother

English

beautiful

interesting

[sistə]

[brðə]

[iŋ liʃ]

[bju təfəl]

[intrestiŋ]

Var ligger betoningen? Hur kan man se det?

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Words

Unit 1

What is the word? (Vad är ordet?) 1. Hello, I’m Peter. I’m ........ London.

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2. Oh, what a ............... baby you have!

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3. My wife is from Sweden. She is ........ . S - - - - - 4. Are you single? No, I’m .............. m - - - - - 5. We have two ............. , Wilma and Clarisa. c - - - - - - 6. Leopold has a ...... in Stockholm. j - 7. I have a ........ called Tim and a ......... called Tania.

b------ s----8. Per has ........ children, Johan, Erik and Anna. t - - - 9. Hello, I’m Christopher, but you can ........ me Chris. c - - 10. Oh, that’s ................ . My brother is called Christopher, just like

you! i----------

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Grammar A.

Am, are, is

Fill in the gaps. (Fyll i luckorna.)

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

B.

Hello, I … Larisa. I … Russian. My sister … single. Clive and Asal… not Swedish. Asal … from Iraq and Clive … English. Who … you? My name … Charlotte and this … my daughter, Wilma. My parents … from Chile. … you Swedish? – No, I … not. I … from England.

Answer the following questions. Work with a partner and ask each other. Then write the answers.

(Svara på följande frågor. Arbeta med en kamrat och fråga varandra. Skriv sedan svaren.)

Example:

– Is Larisa English? – Is Leopold single? 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.

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– Yes, she is./No, she is … – Yes, he is./No, he is …

Is Larisa married? … Is Larisa from Moscow? … Is Lotta English? … Is Lotta single? … Is Leopold from Poland? … Is Tania from Chile? … Is Asal married? … Is Asal Swedish? … Is Clive English? … Is Clive single? …


A.

Unit 1

Communicate Introduce yourself. Work in pairs. (Presentera dig. Arbeta i par.) A: B: A: B:

Hello, my name is … I’m from … And who are you? Hello, I’m … I’m from … Are you married? …

B.

Now introduce yourself to other partners. (Presentera dig för andra klasskamrater.) My name is … I’m from … I’m married/single.

C.

Find a new partner and introduce the person you just talked to. (Leta reda på en ny kamrat och presentera den du just pratat med.) This is … He’s/She’s from … He’s/She’ s…

Write A. Write five sentences about yourself. (Skriv fem meningar om dig själv.)

B. Write three sentences about a friend. (Skriv tre meningar om en vän.) 17


Listen

LÄRARCD

Listen to the interview. Who is it? (Lyssna på intervjun. Vem är det?)

A.

Tania B. Asal Larisa Leopold Lotta Clive

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Birgitta Dalin Jeremy Hanson

1

1

Stepping Stone är ett läromedel i engelska för grundläggande vuxenutbildning.

STEPPING STONE

STEPPING STONE

Gleerups

STEPPING STON E

Det består av tre delar som tillsammans täcker grundskolans kurs. Till Stepping Stone 1 finns

Lärarhandledning med övningar, diagnostiskt prov och test samt cd-skiva med hörförståelseövningar, uttalsövningar och inlästa texter

Jeremy Hanson

Allt-i-ett-bok med övningar, test, facit, samt två cd-skivor med inlästa texter, hörövningar, uttalsövningar och inlästa gloslistor

Birgitta Dalin

Birgitta Dalin Jeremy Hanson

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