Lesson 1 - Method of the 6

Things you will need:

  • A Notebook 1 for Method of the 6;
  • A Notebook 2 to write down the conjugations.
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Video Lesson 1

Text by Stélio Inácio, video Stélio and Gina

Lesson 1

Todd: Hey, James!

James: Yeah!

Todd: Let's talk about seasons.

James: OK.

Todd: James, what is your favorite season?

James: My favorite season is spring.

Todd: Yeah, why is that?

James: Because it's not so cold but it's not so hot that I'm sweating on the train. I can go to the beach. I can relax with my friends outside. It's very nice.

Todd: OK. What is your least favorite season?

James: My least favorite season in Japan is the rainy season ...because I don't like rain at all.

Todd: OK. What season are we in right now?

James: Right now it is the very end of winter. It is just starting to become spring.

Todd: What's the weather like today?

James: Today, it's very sunny. It's a little cool. A little breezy. It's very nice. I enjoy it.

Write Down the following Conjugations on Notebook 2:


PERSON

Subject Personal Pronouns

Object Personal Pronouns

Possessive Pronouns

Possessive Adjectives

1st Singular

I

Me

Mine

My

2nd Singular

You

You

Yours

Your

3rd Singular (Male)

He

Him

His

His

3rd Singular (Female)

She

Her

Hers

Her

3rd Singular (Thing)

It

It

Its

Its

1st Plural

We

Us

Ours

Our

2nd Plural

You

You

Yours

Your

3rd Plural

They

Them

Theirs

Their

 

My favorite season is spring

Your favorite season is spring

His/Her/Its favorite season is spring

Our favorite season is spring

Your favorite season is spring

Their favorite season is spring

 

Present Continuous (Sweat | Sweated | Sweated)[Q,N]

I am sweating on the train

You are sweating on the train

He/She/It is sweating on the train

We are sweating on the train

You are sweating on the train

They are sweating on the train

 

Present (Can | Could | -)[Q,N]

I can go to the beach

You can go to the beach

He/She/It can go to the beach

We can go to the beach

You can go to the beach

They can go to the beach

 

Present (Like | Liked | Liked) – Negative[Q]

I don’t like rain at all

You don’t like rain at all

He/She/It doesn’t like rain at all

We don’t like rain at all

You don’t like rain at all

They don’t like rain at all

 

Present (Enjoy | Enjoyed | Enjoyed)

I enjoy it

You enjoy it

He enjoys it

We enjoy it

You enjoy it

They enjoy it

 

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