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All used in English ---New concept English--Lesson Seven-- Are you a teacher?  

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Hello, Boys and girls. The title of our lesson today is" Are you a teacher?" It's a story about Jobs. Let's look at the video and I will give you a question before we watch the video. Please think about this question while you watch the video. What is Robert’s job?
First part:  Watch the video. and after that, please answer the question:  What is Robert’s job?
Lesson seven ----Are you a teacher?

What is Robert's job?   I am a new student. My name’s Robert. Nice to meet you. My name’s Sophie. Are you French? Yes, I am . Are you French too? No, I am not. What nationality are you? I’m Italian. Are you a teacher? No, I’m not. What’s your job? I’m a keyboard operator. I am a typist or stenographer What’s your job? I’m an engineer.    
So now can you answer this question?  What is Robert’s job? Robert is an engineer.

The second part: Let’s have a look at the key words and expressions in this lesson.
Name nationality   job   keyboard   Operator   engineer 
The third part: Let’s have a look at the language points of this lesson or
Let's have a look at the expressions included in this lesson.

First one---- My name’s...= My name is....
This is usually used when introducing yourself. My name is + your name. Sometimes can also use “I’m ...... This sentence pattern.
The second one----Are you French, too? In English, too and either are two words that mean “also”, but too is only used in affirmative sentences, either is limited to the use of negative sentences. The word either['i??]  an American English pronunciation,or a  British English reading ['a??? ]。I think the British and American sound is very similar ( eye+m). "Either" does not mean "also". It refers to one thing that is chosen from two things.  Too and either, they are usually placed at the end of the sentence and separated by commas. For example: Is Sophie Italian, too?   Is Robert a keyboard operator, too? 
If you're not going, I'm not going either. The either here means “ nor”. This should be, " if you're not going, Neither am I", because " neither" mean both --not either--neither one. 
Have you ever worked with either of them? The either here means “any one”. (out of both). 
Do you either go to America or Australia? The meaning of "either" used here is ---"or".
The third one----What nationality are you? This question is used to ask each other’s nationality. Can also ask “Where are you from? ” or “Where do you come from?”  If we want to ask him “who he is,” ( Who is he?  usually is asking about his name) we can say that “What nationality is he?”  ”Where is he from? “Or “Where does he come from?”
The forth one----What’s your job?  What’s =What is.  To ask each other what career you have, you also can say “What do you do?”
The fifth one----I’m an engineer. I’m /( eye+m) / = I am . The abbreviation is frequently used in spoken language. (It's called a "contraction" rather than an "abbreviation".)
After summarizing the language points, let’s read the text again. Please note that the “are you...” and “What is your ...” How they are used in the text.
I am a new student.     My name’s Robert. Nice to meet you. My name’s Sophie. Are you French? Yes, I am . Are you French too?  No, I am not.  What nationality are you?   I’m Italian. are you a teacher?  No, I’m not. What’s your job?  I’m a keyboard operator. What’s your job? I’m an engineer.  
The fourth part:  number
16----sixteen   17----seventeen   18----eighteen   19----nineteen  20----twenty
The fifth part: Grammar in use 
To the question word “What”guide special question. This can be used to ask questions of nationality, work ect.
What nationality is she?  What’s her job ?  
For the above two questions they can be answered as follows.
She ‘s Swedish.   She is an air hostess.  She is a flight attendant [ preferred ] or stewardess 

The sixth part: work study
Job you can say that when it is a noun----What’s your job? 
Job When the noun is work, you can say like this-----The whole job takes about 40 minutes.  
Job when it is a duty we can say like this----It’s your job to be on time.   
Nurse noun, caregiver, we can say like this --Is she a nurse or a housewife? 
Nurse verb, look after, keep an eye on , we can say like this----All her time goes into nursing her child. 
Nurse verb, maintenance, culture, we can say like this----nurse a young tree. Nurse an author of promise. 


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