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1 Bestil venligst direkte på Kopiering er u-økonomisk og forbudt til erhvervsformål. Break 6th Round Indholdsfortegnelse 2-3 Word Classes Dictionary look-ups 4 Correcting Language 37 Use Your Dictionary 5 The Prepositions At, On, In Initial Capitals Theodore Roosevelt, an anecdote the old countess 6-7 Danish Students Wrong Translations Word Associations 8-11 Australia Down Under 40 The Auxiliary Verbs 12 Demonstrative Pronouns 41 Confusion Verbs 13 The Verb Tenses A Detective Story 14 It Wasn t the Dog s Fault Non-progressive Tense and Progressive Tense 15 Regular and Irregular Conjugation of Verbs Synonyms 16 Present Perfect and Pluperfect Nouns in the Plural Write the Story One Among (Hero) 17 Future Tense Surfing the Internet Decisions 48 The Genitive Punctuation 49 Apostrophes Word Division (hyphenation) 50 Writing a Letter Direct Speech Concord 21 Jeopardy Verbs in the Present Tense Changes There 22 Word Order The -body/-one/-thing Words 23 Write the Story Uncountable Nouns Pictures 53 Pools Coupons (concord) Adjectives 54 The Indefinite Article The Wisdom of Oscar Wilde 55 Fairy tale Rap Music The Definite Article The suffix -y changes to -ie 59 Age 28 Spelling (-l or -ll) 60 Grammatical Terms Mr and Mrs Jones English Danish Latin 29 Strange Shoes English Danish Vocabulary Language Use (fixed phrases) Danish English Vocabulary Forord Break 6th Round er et prøverelevant materiale til engelskundervisningen i 8. klasse. Det kan desuden med fordel benyttes som supplement, variation eller differentiering på både 7. og 9. klassetrin. Hæftet byder på et bredt udbud af især skriftlige prøveorienterede opgaver af forskellig beskaffenhed. Indholdet er små underholdende anekdoter med tilhørende faglige opgaver, grammatik og tegnsætning, ordbogsarbejde, et Australien-tema samt inddragelse af musik. Der er opgaver til fremme af almenviden og sproglig opmærksomhed, og brug af internettet anvendes løbende. Faglige termer bliver præsenteret som overskuelige tommelfingerregler. Grammatik er forklaret på dansk, mens opgavebeskrivelser og instruktioner er formuleret på engelsk. Nederst på alle sider i hæftet står en talemåde på engelsk. Den danske version af disse findes på under bogopgaver. God arbejdslyst! Denne blyant ved en opgave betyder, at eleven skal lave opgaven i sit kladdehæfte.

2 Word Classes A) In which word classes do the words in the sentences belong? 1. Sean was born in The criminals robbed a bank outside London. 3. She found it hard to decide anything. 4. Louise had a nice blue car. 5. The old building had burned down. 6. This is certainly an interesting and terrifying story. 7. At the local hospital doctors and nurses were well-educated. Which word in nine letters does not belong to any of these word classes? Which word class does it belong to? B) Find sentence verbs and subjects and fill them in the form. 1. She lost her bike. 2. I have been lucky. 3. It is difficult to understand. 4. Where are the students? 5. There was a new boy in town. 6. What do you want? 1. She used to sail on the lake. 2. My neighbour was killed by an accident. 3. I have met an interesting person. 4. They had never heard anything like it before. 5. You must try harder next time. 6. He is often kicked by his horse. Proper nouns Prepositions Pronouns Sean Nouns Verbs Adjectives was born in Sentence verbs lost she Subjects C) In which tense is the sentence verb in each sentence below? Is the subject performing an act (active sentence), or is somebody/ something performing an act against the subject (passive sentence)? 2 She went totally bananas Forlaget Delta

3 used to sail past tense Tense Active/Passive sentences active D) Look at each sentence below. Is the subject in the singular or in the plural? And is it in the 1st, the 2nd, or the 3rd person? 1. They are close friends. 2. Can I help you? 3. You must all listen now. 4. Last week we went to Birmingham. 5. The cat made an awful noise all night long. 6. What did you say? they plural Singular/Plural 1st person 2nd person 3rd person E) Which words are adjectives and which are adverbs? 1. The plumber became very angry. 2. Suddenly there was a strange sound. 3. They spoke quietly about the serious incident. 4. He was really happy that day. 5. The professional football player worked hard to show his worth. 6. She was so scared that she could hardly move a limb. angry Adjectives very Adverbs X Break 6th Round 3 My mother talks a mile a minute

4 Correcting Language These statements are all very incorrect. Help each other correcting the misspellings and errors on the blackboard. Then write the correct sentences in your book. Or you can start every lesson during a period correcting two sentences. Sentences for the board 1 rita shouted dont toush that hot pan 2 I should haf wore them gloves but i returned them back to my ant 3 the sun will rose over the catskill mountains by 610 AM tomorrow 4 linda she don t borrow her bicycle to many people however she will always leave a friend use it 5 together whit me mate i ran farther than the other forty nine people i believe 6 have sarah took my book again asked harry angrily 7 this rose coloured dish was gave to my mother and i by Aunt who live in mexiko 8 they would of rode the cable car at Niagara falls but the refused to wait in the long line their 9 mrs jones told os to do the following read the assignment takes note and to write a Report Correct sentences 10 she dont want to leave us too kids attend the football game. Weve ben gone to much recently 11 we red the poem Paul Reveres ride and then we started the novel lilies of the field in english clas 12 one of Picassos most famous paintings guernica were at the museum of modern art in new york 4 His fingers are all thumbs Forlaget Delta

5 The Prepositions At, On, In At On In Stedsforholdsord: Husketegn: Tidsforholdsord: Theodore Roosevelt, an anecdote Put in at, on or in: Adresse, groft sagt: inden for fire vægge. Eks.: At home, at the library, at the dentist s. (Undtagelse: In the room!) På en flade. Eks.: On the floor, on the note board, on the roof. Et større område. Eks.: In Europe, in this area, in the neighbourhood. Eksempler: At nøjagtigt tidspunkt Meet me at 9 o clock. On dag og dato He was born on a Wednesday. In tidsrum It all happened in the evening. Back the old days, Theodore Roosevelt, relaxing peacefully a comfortable armchair his office the 8 th floor one of the tallest buildings New York, received a note a pink envelope from his wife. She had not been home for some days, and she asked him to meet her Thursday 5 o clock a certain railway station. Theodore Roosevelt rushed up and looked his watch, because it was the very same day. The clock was almost there, so he jumped a horse-drawn carriage and arrived the station just time to see the train, but it did not stop. one of the windows of the train he saw his wife with a brand new hat her head and a big envelope her hand. She threw the envelope to her husband, and it whirled round the air before it landed the ground front of him. He opened the important letter and read, Dear Teddy, The train does not stop this station. Break 6th Round 5 Keep your fingers crossed

6 Danish Students Wrong Translations 1) What does the Danish student mean? Write the correct sentence in English. 2) What does he/she actually say? You are a real afraid trousers! You might need a dictionary! 1) 2) This bag is too animal for me! 1) 2) When I grow up I want to be a cock. 1) 2) In Africa they saw a river horse and a nose horn. 1) 2) If you have a meat room, we can hold meat. 1) 2) Let us go out in a fart! 1) 2) 6 She did not want to lose face Forlaget Delta

7 Can I get the raining, please? 1) 2) It only took me one time to get there. 1) 2) Can I borrow the toilet? 1) 2) She started at the gymnasium, because she wanted to become a student. 1) 2) The new shop assistant was a strange worker. 1) 2) My father is beating the grass. 1) 2) My mother is dust sucking. 1) 2) What a big rain sky! 1) 2) To paint the town red 7

8 Australia Down Under Reading comprehension (The headlines are on page 10) A 1 Read the text Choose a headline for each paragraph and write the letter in the box. There are more headlines than you will need. C The continent of Australia, including the island state of Tasmania, is approximately equal in area to the United States if we exclude Alaska and Hawaii. 2 The country seems very big, but compared to the other continents of the world, it is the smallest though it is the only continent which only consists of one country. 3 Mountain ranges run from north to south along the east coast, reaching their highest point in Mount Kosciusko with 2,228 m. The western half of the continent is occupied by a desert plateau that rises into barren, rolling hills near the west coast. 4 The Great Barrier Reef is extending about 2,000 km, and it is located along the northeast coast. The island of Tasmania is off the southeast coast, and Australia also includes lots of small islands in the Pacific Ocean and in the Indian Ocean. 5 Australia consists of eight territories: Western Australia, Northern Territory, South Australia, Queensland, New South Wales, Capital Territory, Victoria, and Tasmania. 8 He cannot see the forest for the trees Forlaget Delta

9 6 The first inhabitants of Australia were the Aborigines, who migrated there at least 40,000 years ago from Southeast Asia. There may have been between a half million to a full million Aborigines at the time of European settlement around the year Dutch, Portuguese, and Spanish ships sighted Australia in the 17th century. The Dutch landed at the Gulf of Carpentaria in In 1616 the territory became known as New Holland. The British arrived in 1688, but it was not until Captain James Cook s voyage in 1770 that Great Britain claimed possession of the vast island, calling it New South Wales. 8 A British penal colony was set up at Port Jackson in 1788, which is now called Sydney. About 161,000 transported English convicts were settled there until the system was suspended in Actually, many of the criminals were not bad people, but just very poor people with starving families. The criminals had simply been sent to prison for stealing food in order to make their families survive. 9 Then the times of the great gold rushes and the mining of other minerals came, and it attracted a great number of settlers. Also sheep farming and grain production soon grew into big and important economic businesses. Australia developed very quickly. 10 Today the population of Australia is estimated to about 21,500,000 people of which, as told before, only about 350,000 are the original Aborigines people. Until the Europeans arrived, there were many different Aboriginal tribes living on their own lands. They lived a simple life gathering food and hunting, because they could not grow many crops on their lands. 11 The Aboriginal religion is called Dreaming. They believe that their ancestors created the world. The ancestors made the land, the animals, the mountains, rivers, and trees. The time when the ancestors lived, is called the Dreamtime. The Aborigines have a lot of special ceremonies to link them with the ancestors and the laws of Dreamtime. Break 6th Round 9 To taste blood

10 B Headlines A The territories. I The indigenous population s way of living. B Ayers Rock. J Around the big island. C A big country. K Dreamtime. D Sports. L Colonialism. E A small continent. M Gold, mining, and farming. F The Aborigines. N Carvings and paintings. G Mountain areas. O Criminals. H Music. P Sydney Opera House. The Bet, an anecdote 12 The geographical centre of Australia is Ayers Rock, because it is the largest single rock in the world. It is as big as the City of London and three times as high as St. Paul s Cathedral in London, which is 111 metres tall. The rock is red and very beautiful. 13 Ayers Rock was a sacred mountain to the Aborigines, and the many caves near the base of the rock are through centuries filled with their carvings and paintings. Today they are exiting sightseeings for tourists. Southby, a small town in Australia, is situated at a small river, which is about 50 yards wide. The city is surrounded by sandy plains. One evening Sam, a poor shepherd, rode into the town. He was very tired and very hungry. And, though he was penniless, he put up for the night at the best hotel. Having dined he went into the bar, where a lot of townspeople were drinking and throwing darts. When they caught sight of the stranger, they smiled secretly to each other and began talking to him. Presently one of them said to Sam that he would bet five pounds on Sam s not being able to throw a stone across the river. As there were no stones on the ground for miles and miles, the people of Southby had won a lot of money by playing that trick on every stranger that entered their town. When they came to the river, Sam surprised everybody by taking a stone out of his pocket, and throwing it across the river. It was his second visit to Southby. 10 To kill two birds with one stone Forlaget Delta

11 Put x in the right box. 1 Southby is a. a famous shop in London. b. a small town in Australia. c. the capital of Austria. 2 The city is a. situated in a forest with wolves and bears. b. a busy suburb with thousands of inhabitants. c. surrounded by sand in a desert area. 3 Sam was a a. sheriff from a neighbouring town. b. cowboy from a big farm far away. c. shepherd. 4 Sam was a. a well known poker player b. poor, hungry and tired. c. ill, wounded, and needed surgery. 5 In the town Sam a. robbed the bank and shot the bank assistant. b. fell in love with a bar girl and intended to marry her. c. dined and went to a bar. 6 The townspeople a. tried to make fun of Sam. b. were very afraid of Sam. c. found he was their hero. 7 Sam made a bet that he was able to a. catch a bunch of cattle thieves and hang them in a nearby tree. b. dig up potatoes and arrange a fabulous meal. c. throw a stone across a river. 8 Sam won the bet, because a. he killed everybody and burned down the city. b. he told everybody to close their eyes and cheated them. c. he had brought a stone in his pocket to throw across the river. Break 6th Round 11 She got cold feet

12 Demonstrative Pronouns Her og nu Der og dengang Ental this that Flertal these those this/that these/those This er ental og tæt på. That er ental og længere væk. Eksempler: This is my bike and that is yours. These are my gloves and those are yours. Put in this/that or these/those correctly. 1. Whose are books over there? 2. is my best friend, so please say hello. 3. What is noise? 4. We have not had much trouble week. 5. boots are the best I have ever had. 6. is not funny! These er flertal og tæt på. Those er flertal og længere væk. 7. Who has given you teeth marks on your arm? 8. Apparently towers are the highest in the whole world! 9. Okay, I will accept your decision because arguments of yours are very hard to turn down. 10. I do not like kind of music. 11. piece of advice is really useful! 12. was one of the best jokes, I had ever heard! 13. In my opinion newspaper article is very interesting. 14. is not true! 15. Sometimes history lessons were quite amusing. 12 To dig one s own grave Forlaget Delta

13 The Verb Tenses En af de mest almindelige fejl, danskere begår, når de skriver på engelsk, er at de springer mellem udsagnsordets tider. Udsagnsordets tider er stort set magen til de danske og skulle derfor ikke være svære at lære. Eksempler Navneform: Navneform er udsagnsordets grundform. Eks.: To walk. Navneform bruges også i sammensatte tider f.eks. med mådesudsagnsordene. Eks.: You must walk to school today. Eller med hjælpeudsagnsordet to do. Eks.: My grandfather does not walk very well. Nutid: Sker lige nu eller altid. Eks.: I am walking down the street. She walks her dog every day. Datid: Skete i går eller for længere tid siden. Eks.: Often he walked all the way to town. Førnutid: Skete i fortiden, men har stadig gyldighed i nutiden. Eks.: They have walked all the way from Bristol to London. Førdatid: Ses i forhold til datid skete, før noget andet skete. Eks.: He had walked there many times before. Godt råd: Spring ikke mellem nutid og datid, og heller ikke mellem førnutid og førdatid. Fremtid: Vil ske i fremtiden. Eks.: She will walk all the way to Liverpool next month. Break 6th Round 13 He promised her the moon

14 It Wasn t the Dog s Fault A) Write the missing verb in the right tense. Past tense: In the old days, it (to be) usual for shepherds in Scotland to bring their faithful dogs with them to church on Sundays. As a rule there (to be) no trouble with the dogs, which (to lie) half-asleep until the sermon (to be) over. But on one occasion one of them (to behave) very badly. The fact (to be) that the local minister (to be) in the habit of speaking very loudly, and, as he (to warm) to his subject, of shouting almost at the top of his voice. To begin with, this dog (to be ) very quiet, but as the minister (to speak) louder and louder, it (to become) quite excited. B) Continue the story in the present tense: The dog (to begin) to whimper and whine, and at last, as the speaker s voice (to rise) loud and strong, it (to start) to bark and howl. The minister (to be), of course, greatly (to irritate) by this. So he (to call) upon his verge to put the dog out. The order (to obey), but as the man (to take) the dog out, he (look) up at the minister and (to say), Indeed, sir, it (to be) yourself who (to start) it. Essay Writing Make up your own anecdote about a dog. Keep to either present tense or past tense. 14 Bad news travels fast Forlaget Delta

15 Regular and Irregular Conjugation of Verbs Det er på datidsformen, man kan se på et udsagnsord, om det er regelmæssigt (svagt) bøjet eller uregelmæssigt (stærkt) bøjet. Et regelmæssigt bøjet udsagnsord ender på -ed i datid. Eks.: She walked like a queen. Et uregelmæssigt bøjet udsagnsord ændres meget i datid i forhold til navnemåden. Som regel ændres vokalen, ordet er kort, og der sættes ikke endelse på det. Eks.: Usually I drink water, but yesterday I drank milk. A) Regular conjugation Make a form like this in your notebook. Put in the seven regular conjugated verbs from It Was Not the Dog s Fault : behave, warm, start, irritate, call, obey, look. Infinitive form (to) B) Irregular conjugation Make another form in your notebook. Put in the nine irregular conjugated verbs from It Was Not the Dog s Fault : be, lie, have, speak, become, begin, rise, take, say. Infinitive form (to) Present tense (right now he) Present tense (right now she) Past tense (yesterday he) Past tense (yesterday she) Chemistry was Al s greatest interest. He succeeded in getting hold of some books on the subject and, at the age of ten, decided to have a laboratory of his own in the cellar. He got bottles from everywhere; he had at least two hundreds of them. In these he put every kind of chemical he could buy and marked them: Poison to make sure that no one would touch them. He had read that balloons fly because they are filled with gas. Why should not men fly if they were filled with gas? So he examined his bottles until he found one that contained Seidlitz Powder, a medicine which should make a lot of gas. He called Jim, a friend of his, down to the laboratory and told him to swallow all of the powder. Jim gulped it down, in spite of the nasty taste. Al watched eagerly to see what would happen. He was very disappointed when his friend did not float into the air, but instead sat down and cried, holding his stomach. Al s full name was Thomas Alva Edison. D) Dictation Practise the text as a dictation and write it in class. Use your notebook. Break 6th Round 15 He has a heart of gold Present Prefect (he has) Present perfect (she has) Pluperfect (he had) to behave he behaves he behaved he has behaved he had behaved Pluperfect (she had) to be she is she was she has been she had been C) The Chemist Change from the past tense to the present tense. Write the text in your notebook in the present tense, Chemistry is Al s greatest.

16 Present Perfect and Pluperfect På dansk bruger vi at være og at have som hjælpeudsagnsord til at danne Førnutid og Førdatid. På engelsk bruges altid og kun to have. Eksempler: Dansk Engelsk To have i førnutid Ental Det er hjælpeudsagnsordet to have, der viser, om tiden er førnutid (have/has) eller førdatid (had). Hovedudsagnsordet står i begge tilfælde i kort tillægsform. Eksempler: Jeg er gået en tur. 1st person I have had 2nd person you have had 3rd person he, she, it has had Flertal 1st person we have had 2nd person you have had 3rd person they have had Han har forladt skolen. Det var aldrig sket før. I have heard a terrible story! (førnutid) He had made up his mind. (førdatid) Write the Story I have gone for a walk. He has left school. It had never happened before. To have i førdatid Ental 1st person I had had 2nd person you had had 3rd person he, she, it had had Flertal 1st person we had had 2nd person you had had 3rd person they had had Læg mærke til, at førdatid er ens i alle former. Use perfect tense and/or pluperfect tense when possible. Underline the verbs in your story. 16 To keep one s head Forlaget Delta

17 Future Tense Regler: 1. To be about to meget nær fremtid, umiddelbart forestående Eks.: She was about to leave the house when he turned up. 2. To be going to nær fremtid, noget uundgåeligt, en hensigt Eks.: We are all going to get older, no matter what we do. 3. To be to efter aftale/plan eller skæbnebestemt Eks.: He is to go into his father s firm. 4. To be + ing-form kun ved to have, bevægelses- og konsumeringsudsagnsord Eks.: He is eating out tonight. 5. Shall (1. person ental/1. person flertal) Eks.: We shall meet again, I hope. 6. Will ( person ental/ person flertal) Eks.: Will they ever return? 7. Will bruges, når de andre muligheder ikke bør bruges NB: Ved løfte, trussel eller stærk vilje: Will i 1. person ental + flertal Eks.: I will never forgive him! Shall i person ental + flertal, dvs. omvendt i forhold til 5 og 6. Decisions Write about the future. What are you going to do the next few weeks? In your next holiday? When you leave school? Try to use the different forms of the future tense. Break 6th Round 17 He went to the dogs

18 Punctuation Punktum er det mest nødvendige tegn at sætte. Hvis du har for langt imellem dine punktummer, bliver teksten hurtigt uoverskuelig. Punktummet bruges som på dansk, selv om mange synes, at de på engelsk skal bruge det oftere end på dansk. Dette skyldes måske, at englænderne ikke bruger så mange kommaer, som vi gør på dansk. Vigtigt: Punktummer gør en tekst lettere at forstå. Det kan ikke siges tydeligt nok, at komma ikke bruges så ofte som på dansk. Heldigvis er der nogle meget håndgribelige regler på området. Kommateringsregler Komma bruges: 1) ALDRIG foran that. Eks.: He said that he had found a wallet. Denne regel er vigtig at bide mærke i, fordi vi netop ALTID sætter komma foran bindeordet at på dansk, hvis det efterfølges af grundled og udsagnsled. 2) Ved parentetiske sætninger eller indskud, som af hensyn til forståelsen godt kunne udelades. Eks.: Well, I am not quite sure. She is, I think, a very nice girl. The music group, in which my brother sang, has become quite popular. We just met Mr Johnson, the headmaster. Det engelske sprog har mange af denne slags indskud. 3) Mellem de enkelte ord i en opremsning, også foran and. (Dog er denne regel frivillig; amerikanerne bruger den mere end englænderne. Brug den i dette hæfte.) Eks.: I have to go to the supermarket for bread, milk, and cheese. 18 Please, give me a hand Forlaget Delta

19 4) Før direkte tale, hvor dansk har kolon. Der er endnu en regel ganske vist uofficiel som heldigvis ikke er så ringe endda. Den siger: Eks.: Susan asked, What time is it? Læg mærke til, at kommaet sættes samme sted, som vi på dansk sætter kolon. Læg også mærke til, at citationstegnene sættes oppe. 5) I breve: Efter indledning og ved afslutning. Eks.: Dear uncle Henry, og Yours sincerely, Sean Blatter. 6) Hvis bisætningen kommer først, sættes komma foran hovedsætningen for at vise, at nu kommer det egentlige. Eks.: Even though he did not like it, he knew he had to tell the truth. Denne regel er helt klart den, der i praksis er vanskeligst at bruge. Men svær er den ikke læg bare godt mærke til den. 7) Omkring småord som too og however. Eks.: I am hungry, too. The president, however, never became really popular. If in doubt, leave it out. Prøv dog de øvrige syv regler først. Word Division (hyphenation) For en god ordens skyld skal her lige nævnes lidt om, hvordan man skiller ord på engelsk. Godt råd: Undgå så vidt muligt at dele ord. Ellers: 1) Enstavelsesord deles aldrig. Det samme gælder for ord, der udtales som én stavelse (f.eks. walked). 2) Flerstavelsesord deles foran endelsen (f.eks. read-ing, high-way). Break 6th Round 19 All is fair in love and war

20 Do the punctuation: Put in the necessary commas, quotation marks in front of and after direct speech, plus full stops. Use colons the same way as in Danish, except from in the examples of direct speech (see page 18 example 4). You also have to Capitalize the initial letters where necessary. Not all the sentences need punctuation. 1. The teacher said why don't you mind your own business? 2. She is as a matter of fact still my best friend. 3. I was afraid that he had totally forgotten me. 4. At the bottom I am a nice person but in this matter I find it very important to Direct Speech Work in pairs. draw my limits. 5. I wrote dear Mother I love you love Peter. 6. Nellie said do you want to go dancing? 7. Is it true that you have found yourself a new job? 8. For breakfast we had toast tea butter cheese and jam. 9. By the way I have never heard about it before. 10. I painted a picture in only red yellow blue black and green. 11. Next morning she said pack your suitcases! 12. He agreed that everything had gone totally wrong. 13. I really like classical music too. 14. In London I want to see Regent Street Piccadilly Circus and Westminster Abbey. 15. It was obvious to everybody that he was a loser. 16. My best friends are Sandra Vicky and Laura. 17. She wrote dear Phil I shall like to see your new computer game yours Jenny. 18. This is I am sure the best wine the house can offer Sir. Create your own dialogue or a small story including direct speech. Make sure that you place commas, quotation marks, and full stops correctly. 20 Keep your chin up! Forlaget Delta

21 Jeopardy A) Here you have the answers. Ask the right questions. Use your notebook. 1 A large muscle, which makes your blood circulate in your body. 2 Two long poles of wood or metal with steps between. 3 A black and white swimming bird living at the South Pole. It is unable to fly. 4 A person, whose work it is to wash and cut people s hair. 5 An opera. 6 The occupation of a person called a Bobby in England. 7 A person who does not believe in an existing God. 8 Stars and stribes. 9 The long nose an elephant has. 10 The finger, which is turned opposite the others when you hold something in your hand. 11 The instrument you use when you want to take a closer look at something far away. 12 A story in which strange things happen and which often contains witches or dragons. 13 The people gathered in a circus or a theatre to watch a performance. 14 The part of your body where the air comes down when you breathe. 15 A brown mass with a strong taste you can put on sausages. 16 A predator with a reddish fur and a thick bushy tail. It can be seen in Denmark. 17 A small appliance you use removing a beard. 18 A woman, who has been married, but now her husband is dead. 19 A piece of cloth or paper you use to blow your nose. 20 A people whose housings are called wigwams. B) Your own Jeopardy Make up your own Jeopardy containing at least 10 answers. Swap answers with a classmate. Write down the question for each answer. Changes CAR BAR BAD DAD SAD SAT SIT BIT BUT NUT... By changing one letter each time, you can make a completely new word out of CAR. Try to do the same with the following three: Late Sales Heart Now try to do the same with your own words. Competition: Who can make the longest row of words? Break 6th Round 21 It is a piece of cake

22 Word Order Noget af det mest u-engelske, man kan finde, er forkert ordstilling. Her er lavet en så enkel regel som muligt, for det er vigtigt, at du får fat på dette problem. Regel: På engelsk kommer grundleddet som regel før udsagnsleddet (ligefrem ordstilling). Eksempler: Yesterday I went to the cinema. x o Normally he exercises twice a week. x o Læg mærke til, at grundled og udsagnsled byttes om i forhold til på dansk. Undtagelse fra reglen: Spørgsmål (omvendt ordstilling): Can I go now? o--x--o Does he live here? o--- x --o Will you tell me the story? o x o Disse former for ordstillinger bruges ved hjælpeudsagnsordene be, do, have og mådesudsagnsordene can, may, must, will og shall. Put in the words from the brackets. The words are in alphabetical order. 1. Every morning a shower ( I, take). 2. In summer every day (shines, sun, the). 3. Years back anything about politics (did, I, know, not). 4. Please a pop and a burger, waiter (give, me). 5. very exciting (competition, football, the, was). 22 I cross my heart (and hope to die) Forlaget Delta

23 6. Quite often tennis in the afternoon (play, we). 7. Tomorrow shopping (go, we, shall). 8. Ever since a child, to see New York (have, I, I, was, wished). 9. At the new pizzeria in town really fine offers (have, they). 10. Please, again (disturb, do, me, not)! 11. In Champions League all very famous (are, players, the). 12. Many years ago every white man (ate, cannibals, met, the, they). 13. full of surprises (is, life). 14. This winter extraordinary tough (storm, the, was). Write the Story Pictures Work in pairs Bring at least one interesting picture of your own choice. Agree with your partner about which one is the best picture to work with. Divide a piece of paper into two columns. Left column: Write everything you can see on the picture. Right column: Write everything you come to think about watching the picture, which means your associations. Go together in groups of four and make a presentation of your picture and your associations. Repeat your presentation to two or three more pairs. Break 6th Round 23 A drop in the bucket

24 Adjectives Comparison Et tillægsord lægger sig til et navneord og fortæller noget om det. Regel: 1) Tillægsord på en eller to stavelser tilføjer -er i 2. grad (komparativ) og -est i 3. grad (superlativ). 2) Tillægsord på to eller tre stavelser bøjes normalt med more eller most. 3) Nogle tillægsord bøjes helt uregelmæssigt. Regelmæssig gradbøjning Positiv Komparativ Superlativ 1 nice nicer nicest 2 interesting more interesting most interesting Uregelmæssig gradbøjning 3 bad worse worst far further furthest good better best little less least many more most much more most (om rækkefølgen blandt søskende) old elder eldest The Wisdom of Oscar Wilde Oscar Wilde ( ) was born in Ireland, and he is one of the greatest writers ever seen. He was humorous, intelligent, and eloquent, and his writings have entertained and amused people all over the world for many years. 24 To play with fire Forlaget Delta

25 Here you have some quotations. Find the adjectives and write them in positive (p), comparative (c), and superlative (s). Example: small (p) old (P) smaller (c) older (c) smallest (s) oldest (s) There are things that are correct to say, but that may be said at the wrong time and to the wrong people. It is better to be beautiful than to be good. But on the other hand it is better to be good than to be ugly. I choose my friends for their noble looks, my acquaintances for their fine characters, and my enemies for their bright intellects. A man cannot be too careful in the choice of his greatest enemies. To be honest, I am not in favour of long engagements. They give people the opportunity of finding out each other s true character before marriage, which I think is never advisable. Rap Music Work in pairs Small children begin by loving their parents; when they grow older they judge them. Rarely, if ever, do they forgive them. Find a beat on the Internet and create your own text for a rap. As a starting point you may choose a picture, a situation, or a common subject. Practice your rap and perform in front of class. She is as cold as marble 25

26 The suffix -y changes to -ie Spelling Regel: 1) -y bliver til -i(e), når der tilføjes en endelse 2) undtagen når -y står efter en vokal (a, e, i, o, (u)) 3) undtagen foran endelsen -ing Eksempler: 1) lady ladies easy easily 2) one boy two boys 3) he was hurrying The word classes Nouns The singular one story one way Verbs The plural two stories two ways Infinitiv form Present tense Past tense Present perfect Pluperfect -ing form to cry he cries he cried he has cried he had cried crying Adjectives The positive The comparative The superlative lazy lazier laziest From adjectives to adverbs lazy lazily 26 A lucky dog Forlaget Delta

27 Put in the words from the brackets in the right form. Change -y to -i(e) where necessary. 1. It was the day of my life (happy). 2. This year we all spend our in France (holiday). 3. Can I have a talk with you under four (eye)? 4. My bag is than yours (heavy). 5. Every day she vegetables at the greengrocer s (buy). 6. Until now the summer has been the for years (dry). 7. How many do you have (key)? 8. Three were disabled because of the storm (ferry). 9. Listen, you are not any attention to me (pay)! 10. In the movie the main character s life was not worth many (penny). 11. Stop, there is no reason for that (worry)! 12. I think I am the person in the world right now (unhappy). 13. Not all treat their poor and weak people well (society). 14. This is the idea you have ever had (crazy). 15. He simply loves football (play)! 16. They beat all their in the computer game (enemy). 17. This dress is than the first one you showed me (ugly). 18. My brother is an old flame (marry). 19. She always her bills immediately (pay). 20. Mommy, he keeps me (bully)! 21. I am getting every minute (hungry)! 22. Our new summer cottage is the I have ever seen (lovely). 23. The town was tormented by several (robbery). 24. My father often to Hamburg in business matters (fly). 25. Be careful, I think you are your jeans (destroy). Break 6th Round 27 To buy a pig in a poke

28 Spelling -l or -ll Hvis du er den mindste smule i tvivl om stavning, så brug ordbogen! Mange laver fejl med enkelt-l eller dobbelt-l i forbindelse med ord af denne type: all full will Regel: I sammensætninger mister ordene all, full, will og andre lignende ord som oftest det ene -l-. Her kan du se hvordan: skill skilful till until will wilful all almighty NB: all-important already all right although all-round altogether all-time always full awful NB: full-blooded beautiful full-grown disgraceful full house regretful full milk wonderful full moon full stop full-time NB: Well: well-dressed/well-informed/well-known NB: Travel/travelling/traveller 28 He has lost his marbles Forlaget Delta

29 Mr and Mrs Jones Put in -l or -ll. In the first p ace I wi not say that the disappearance of Mrs Jones at a was regarded by the fami y as an awfu oss. Mr Jones was not what you wou d ca a weak man, but he a ways had to give way. You know, some people are born to command, and if Mrs Jones was not born with that destiny she adopted it at an ear y age. She was a fu -time and an a -time contro er! Her sons and daughters, their studies, friendships, amusements and way of doing their hair were a ways fu y regu ated after their mother s wi and p easure. Then one afternoon she sudden y disappeared. Of course the matter was put in the hands of the po ice, but they got ho d of no c ue a though they a in a made a marve ous investigation. One day Mr Jones got a message te ing him that his wife had been kidnapped and smugg ed out of the country. She was said to be hidden away on a beautifu is and, in comfortab e surroundings and we cared for. With the information came a demand for a sum of money at once, and then 2000 pounds were to be paid year y, if not she wou d immediate y be returned to her home. Mr Jones paid. Strange Shoes Arrange a display of varied footwear in front of the class. Everybody decides which shoe they might want to wear and what would happen to them wearing it. Make notes. Find a partner. Share your ideas and work out an outline of a story. Write it down and help each other with grammar, spelling, and layout. Make also a nice drawing of the chosen shoe. Read your story in front of class, and make an exhibition of all the stories in your classroom. Break 6th Round 29 To have a lump in one s throat

30 Language Use (fixed phrases) Put x in the right box 1 I don t like coffee. A So I don t. B I don t so. C Neither I do. D Neither do I. 2 My grandpa A gets B becomes C suffers D has 3 The dog doesn t A make B would C do D become 4 We must A B C D 5 I am 6 He A B C D take do act become at for in of a very bad memory. any harm. the necessary steps. favour of going to the beach. How about you? A handles B manages advantage of the new computer system. C does D takes 30 He is not my cup of tea! Forlaget Delta

31 7 I have to A B C D cut mow hit do the lawn today. 8 What did you A acquire B eat C have D put 9 Dad promised A teaching B to teach C for teaching D to learn 10 She could not find any words to comfort him even A that B so she tried very hard. C though D then 11 The musicians are very skilful. Let us A make B give them a hand. C do D lend 12 Will you please A comb B make C lay D finish for dinner tonight? me how to drive a car. your bed? 13 After her rescue she was A put B driven to hospital. C refered D taken Break 6th Round 31 To live at the back of beyond

32 Dictionary Look-ups En dansk/engelsk ordbog (både i elektronisk form og i bogform) er et fantastisk godt hjælpemiddel. Derfor er det vigtigt, at du lærer at udnytte de muligheder, den giver dig. Gode råd: Udsagnsord: Brug ordbogen, når der er et ord eller en vending, du ikke kender. Brug den for at kontrollere, at du har stavet korrekt. Men brug den især for at sikre dig, at udsagnsordet er rigtigt bøjet. Slå op i listen over uregelmæssige udsagnsord i din dansk/engelsk ordbog. Hvis ordet, du leder efter, ikke står der, er det regelmæssigt bøjet og ender så på -ed i datid og kort tillægsform. Hvis du skal finde et udsagnsord i ordbogen, skal du slå op under ordets navnemåde. Udsagnsord markeres ved: 1) v eller vb (verbum = udsagnsord) 2) * 3) den danske bøjning: få (fik, fået) Hvis du skal finde et udsagnsord i datid, skal du gøre således: 1) Find først ud af, hvad ordet hedder i navnemåde på dansk (at-form) 2) Brug denne navnemåde som opslagsord. 3) Står det i listen over de uregelmæssige udsagnsord? I denne liste står udsagnsordene opført i tre former: 1) Navnemåde (man kan sætte to foran) Nutid (husk at tilføje -s i 3. person ental) Bydemåde Eks.: run 2) Datid Eks.: ran 32 3) Kort tillægsform, som bruges til at danne Førnutid (hjælpeudsagnsord er have/has) Førdatid (hjælpeudsagnsord er had) Eks.: run Better safe than sorry Forlaget Delta

33 Ordbogens brug af tegn ved udsagnsord: Der vil ofte være forskellige muligheder for ord at vælge imellem, når du slår et udsagnsord op. Foruden oplysninger om ordklasser og forskellige sammenhænge, hvori ordet kan sættes, vil du møde disse tegn. Derfor må du være klar over deres betydning. Forklaring: 1) Semikolon (;): ordet kommer i en ny betydning 2) Komma (,): ordene er synonymer, dvs. de betyder det samme 3) Parentes ( ) med dansk forklaring: står foran det engelske ord og giver den danske betydning 4) Parentes ( ) med engelsk ord: Står efter glosen og giver eksempler på ordets brug 5) ~ : erstatter opslagsordet 6) - : erstatter opslagsordet i de tilfælde, hvor ordet har en endelse (glat: -te = glatte) Eksempler: Hvis du slår op under glat i ordbogen, ses OVENSTÅENDE TEGN på følgende måde: adj smooth; (1) (om hår) (3) straight, sleek (2); (1) (uden mønster) (3) plain; (1) (så at man glider) (3) slippery; (1) (om person) (3) suave, smooth (2), (slesk) (3) oily; (1) adv smoothly; (1) tro ham på hans -te (6) ansigt = trust his honest face; (1) gå ~ (5) (fig (= figurativt, dvs. billedligt)) go without a hitch, (2) go (off) (4) smoothly... m.m. Du får altså en masse informationer af ordbogen, og du skal selvfølgelig bare kunne forstå, hvad de betyder. Break 6th Round 33 It was love at first sight

34 Opslag af vendinger: 1) Slå op under udsagnsordets navneform. Husk at bøje udsagnsordet rigtigt. 2) Hvis udsagnsordet efterfølges af et forholdsord eller biord, kan du som regel finde, hvad du søger efter udsagnsord + forholdsord/biord. Eksempel: Jeg skal til at skrive min stil ind. Udsagnsordet: skrive (navneform) = write Biord: (skrive) ind = (i en bog) enter, book (renskrive f.eks. en stil) make a fair copy of Dvs. oversættelsen er: I am going to make a fair copy of my essay. Navneord: 1) Ved navneord i ordbogen er som regel opgivet dets køn og flertalsform. 2) Ligesom du ved udsagnsord skal bruge ordets grundform, navneform, når du slår op, skal du også ved navneord bruge grundformen, dvs entalsformen. Eksempel 1: I er navneordet: I rive (en -r) II rive vb (rev, revet) en rive (fælleskøn) flere rive-r (flertalsform) 34 She is a walking dictionary Forlaget Delta

35 Eksempel 2: I firmaet er der ni ansatte. Slå op under ansat: employee Oversættelse: In the firm there are ten employees. Langt de fleste navneord tilføjes blot -s i flertal som i dette tilfælde. Ved uregelmæssigt bøjede navneord kan du også få hjælp af ordbogen. Eksempel 3: Mange kvinder kan lide at gå på indkøb. Slå op under kvinde = woman pl (= pluralis = flertal) women. Oversættelse: Many women like to go shopping. Sammensatte navneord: 1) Ord, der på dansk er sammensatte, skrives ofte på engelsk i to ord. Dette er det mest almindelige! Eks.: Efterskole = continuation school 2) Eller de skrives med bindestreg. Eks.: Klynkehoved = (om barn) cry-baby 3) Eller som en of-forbindelse. Eks.: Krigsår = year of (the) war (afhængigt af sammenhængen kan (the) indsættes eller undlades) 4) Eller med en streg (-) foran en del af et ord, hvilket betyder, at stregen erstatter den del af opslagsordet, der står foran den lodrette streg. Eks.: Blodtryk: efter blod -suger står et lille stykke nede -tryk (ordene står i alfabetisk orden) : blood pressure Break 6th Round 35 It will be over my dead body!

36 Tillægsord: Regel: Denne ordklasse er angivet adj (= adjektiv) efter opslagsordet Husk som ved de øvrige ordklasser at bruge grundformen som opslagsord. Eksempel: Under valgkampagnen fremsatte politikerne lede beskyldninger. Slå op under led adj = disgusting NB: Hvis du slår op under lede, får du ord for afsky, at lede, at lede efter, som jo er noget helt andet. Oversættelse: During the election campaign the politicians expressed disgusting accusations. Forholdsord: Regel: Disse ord angives som præp (= præposition). Hvis du slår op under selve forholdsordet, vil du få nogle generelle oplysninger om, hvordan det skal oversættes. Desuden er der eksempler, der viser brugen. Eksempel: in præp i, inde (ude, oppe etc) i (fx in April, in the church, in the rain, in the tree); ind (ud, ned etc) i (fx put one s hands in one s pockets), (især am (= amerikansk) også)... m.m. Men som tidligere understreget kan du tit finde den rigtige brug af forholdsordet ved at slå op under det ord, forholdsordet knytter sig til: Med tiden = in time Denne metode er som regel både sikrere og hurtigere. 36 Do not lose heart Forlaget Delta

37 Use Your Dictionary Translate these sentences: 1. Hvor lang tid tager det? 2. Handelsflåden blev bombet. 3. De gik ud af skolen i Han rev sine nye bukser på et søm. 5. Hans forældre er ved at flytte fra hinanden. 6. Pigen havde smukt, langt hår. 7. Nationalbanken blev røvet i fuldt dagslys. 8. Eleverne oversatte teksterne perfekt. 9. Hvordan skulle jeg kunne vide det? 10. Han var fuldstændig forvirret. 11. Dit ur er foran. 12. Han plejede at skyde genvej. 13. Hun vandt gættekonkurrencen. 14. Louise overraskede sin mor. 15. Han hjalp hende på alle mulige måder. 16. Hun slog op i en ordbog. 17. Der var nogle underlige lyde. 18. De to familier havde en vidunderlig ferie sammen. 19. Det er på tide at blive klar over, hvad der foregår. 20. Kvinderne holdt et møde. 21. Drengen brændte sine fingre på ovnen. 22. Det var et sandt hestearbejde. 23. Ved tankstationen var der en ny seddelautomat. 24. Han havde en forfærdelig drøm. 25. Forholdet mellem årsag og virkning er interessant. 26. Klokken ringede, og lektionen startede. 27. Fædrene udtrykte sig meget klart. 28. De var begge ret modne og intelligente. 29. Han fik en hårdhændet behandling. 30. Det var en hastig beslutning. Break 6th Round 37 She could not harm a fly

38 Initial Capitals Stort begyndelsesbogstav bruges som på dansk: når du starter en tekst og efter punktum ved egennavne: Joe, 5th Avenue, Johannesburg, Mexico, Westminster Abbey. Husk også stort begyndelsesbogstav ved: 1) Alle betegnelser fra kalenderen: Friday, May, Easter etc. 2) Landenes afledninger: Denmark Danish Dane, Sweden Swedish Swede etc. 3) Religioner og deres afledninger: Protestantism Protestant etc. 4) Politiske partier og deres afledninger: Conservatist, the Labour Party etc. 5) Titler: Doctor, Mr, Mrs, Miss, Sir, Mother men ikke, når de anvendes som fællesnavne: He is now a president. 6) Begreber: God, Heaven, Satan, Hell. 7) Begivenheder: The American Civil War. 8) Institutioner: The English Government. 9) Overskrifter: Man bruger enten stort begyndelsesbogstav ved alle væsentlige ord eller kun det første ord: The Story of Fame/The story of fame. 10) I = jeg. Skal altid være et stort bogstav. Use initial capitals where missing: the old countess i want to tell you a story, which i was told myself when i was a child. it is about a very special person. red cherries of june remind english people of this favourite person in english and irish history, katherine fitzgerald, countess of desmond. her family were catholics, and her father was a highly respected member of the british parliament. she was born on friday 1 st july in 1464, and she died on monday 5 th november in There are dreary people who will not believe that date of birth, they say the old 38 Not on your life Forlaget Delta

39 countess was only 104, when she died. we do like to think that she really lived for 140 years. but it is not her great age alone that puts the countess at the top of our lists of favourites. the fact is that, at the age of 90, she broke her leg falling from a cherry tree. we are sorry for katherine fitzgerald. it must have been painful. but by god, what was she doing up a cherry tree at the age of 90? history does not in fact relate. perhaps she has got up to fix a hammock, so that she could snooze in the sun. she may have been trying to rescue a stranded kitten. but we prefer to think that she was picking some nice-looking cherries when her bad-tempered young gardener age perhaps 75 was not watching her. Word Associations A) Choose a word and write it in a circle. Find words associating with the word and do like this: B) Write an essay in which you use the words. Break 6th Round 39 To stand on one s own two feet

40 The Auxiliary Verbs to be to have to do Hjælpeudsagnsordene to be/to have/to do har fire hovedformer: Navnemåde (to) be (to) have (to) do Nutid (he) is (he) has (he) does Datid (he) was (he) had (he) did Kort tillægsform (he has/had) been (he has/had) had (he has/had) done De tre hjælpeudsagnsord bruges til at danne: Udvidet tid be + ing-form he is walking Passiv be + kort tillægsform it is washed Førnutid have + kort tillægsform she has smiled Førdatid have + kort tillægsform he had reached Do-omskrivning do + navnemåde do you understand? Vær opmærksom på, at ved førnutid og førdatid bruges på engelsk næsten altid en form af to have på dansk bruges både at være og at have som hjælpeudsagnsord. Eksempler: The swindler has gone (er rejst) for good. She has written (har skrevet) an exciting article. The boy had fallen (var faldet) down the stairs. Put in the right word: Use the auxiliary verbs: have, has, had - am, is, are, was, were - do/don t, does/doesn t, did/didn t (In some of the sentences the words also behave as main verbs): 1 By the way, you find drug addicts in the streets of this city. 2 The Jenkins family moving to Wales. 3 Actually, it happened once or twice before. 4 He go in for racial discrimination. 5 You completely wasting your time. 40 Haste makes waste Forlaget Delta

41 6 you like political debates? 7 They certainly like to watch Italian operas, but they understand the language. 8 The match been transmitted on TV. 9 He gone to Sweden. 10 The workers doing a fine job. 11 Problems increasing, I afraid! 12 We very often go out eating. 13 Come, let s a look! 14 It awful to hear about the growing pollution in the world. 15 My brother worked as an au pair in the USA. 16 Mary just told me a very exciting secret! 17 Daisy, my dog, eat vegetables. 18 The stolen money turn up until 8 years later. 19 This not an easy job, but you doing fine. 20 Peter never really wanted to become a soldier. Confusion Words These words are often mixed up. Write sentences in your notebook showing the difference. know no of course because knows nose properly probably made maid quiet quite meat meet right write of off sad sat on one see sea our hour shot shut Break 6th Round 41 Friend in need is a friend indeed

42 A Story The name of Arthur Conan Doyle is well known to most people. His immortal Sherlock Holmes is without doubt the most famous of all the detectives we know from detective fiction. Once Conan Doyle had just arrived in Paris. In front of the station was a long row of taxis, and the writer hired one of them and ordered the driver to take him to his hotel. On the way he did not exchange a word with the driver, Paul Lemont, but when he had paid for the ride and given the driver a few francs, the latter said, Thank you, Mr Conan Doyle. Goodness, how do you know my name? Conan Doyle asked the French driver in great surprise. A Reading comprehension Put x in the right box 1 The name of the main character is Sherlock Holmes Arthur Conan Doyle Paul Lemont 2 The story takes place in England Nice Paris 3 The main character wants to go to a hairdresser a hotel a station 4 The main character is famous for his detective work driving taxis writing 5 The driver receives a few francs as tips as payment for the ride because he was hungry Elementary, my dear sir, the driver explained. I read in the newspaper recently that you were expected to arrive in Paris from Nice. Your appearance told me that you were an Englishman, but your hair had obviously been recently cut by a French hairdresser. Combining these facts I concluded at once that you must be the famous Conan Doyle. That sounds very remarkable. You must really be a very clever detective. Didn t you follow any other clues at all? Well, the driver admitted, there was another fine clue. Your name is on your luggage. 42 Fools rush in where angels fear to tread Forlaget Delta

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