[MUSIC] Started, it's time right? >> Yes >> It's time. So today's date is? >> [CROSSTALK] >> March 31st and we're going to go from 9:00 to? >> 10:15. >> 10:15. Think you guys say. This guy always tell me. Okay, so today we have special guest, Miss Jessica. But let's get started with attendance, english only, we're going to do some book work, have and has, and some demonstratives, mm-hm. >> Mm-hm. >> Let's see. So, I have Ollie, good morning. >> Good morning. >> Twelve. >> I don't have it. Abdulla. Good morning. Good morning. >> Teacher! >> Yes sir? >> Homework >> It didn't work? Yes, so the [INAUDIBLE] >> We'll talk after class. >> Okay. >> Okay. Yeah, how about Abdullah. >> Abdul. >> Abdul. >> Tutankhamen. >> Thank you. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Bachiak. >> Yeah. >> Yes, gotcha. How do you say good morning and then hi? All right you guys. So, last class. What did we do before the test? Do you remember? >> Yeah. >> Yeah? What did we do? >> Last class? >> We had a big test. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Okay, we started a little bit of have and has. >> You are. You are short. >> Yes, some beaver. Also guys, english only, last class? >> Yes. >> Yes. >> Yes, of course, last class was good. How about today? Today, english only? >> Yes. >> Arabic? >> No. >> Mm. Okay Japanese? >> Yeah. >> Okay we'll be careful. Lanai, Chinese? All right, so let's start like I said with have and has. I want to tell you a little bit more about my family. >> [COUGH] >> Okay. >> Uh-oh, do you remember this picture? >> Yes, yes. >> Yes, so this is my family. >> Yes. >> Yeah, now I want to introduce you to my brother. This is my brother. >> Yeah. >> Mm-hm. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Yeah! >> How nice. >> So, this is my brother. >> Okay. >> He has. >> House. >> House. >> A big house. >> A big house. He has? >> A llama. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Four llamas. >> Four llamas. Llamas, right? And he has. >> Two dogs. >> Two dogs you got it. >> Nice. All right, so, he has a big house, he has three lamas, four lamas, and two dogs. Okay, this is- >> Your sister. >> My sister. Do you remember my sister's job? >> Yeah. >> A police officer. >> Yes, yes. She is a police officer, right? So, she has a police car. And she also has? >> Two cats. >> Two cats and she has? >> Small house. >> Small house or apartment. >> Yeah. >> Right? So, she has a police car. She has two cats. She has a nice apartment. Now, we are from Bristol, Vermont, right? So, where are we now? >> In Arizona. >> Yeah, we're in Arizona. >> Yeah. But Vermont is [SOUND] near New York, so right now it's cold. It's cold, yeah. Is Bristol big or small? >> Small. >> Small. >> Small. >> Small. So Bristol, it only has one restaurant. >> One restaurant. >> One restaurant. And it has- >> One store. >> One store. >> Why? >> Why so small? >> Small. >> So small, right? All right, my brother, my sister, and I. >> Have fun. >> We have fun in Bristol. Do you think you would have fun in Bristol? >> Yes, sure. >> One restaurant? >> No. >> [LAUGH] One store? >> No problem. >> No problem, really? >> It's nice, small. >> [CROSSTALK] >> It's nice? >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Yeah, the weather's very nice. Four seasons. Cold, cold winter and beautiful summers. >> Yeah >> Okay, you guys. Also my brother, my brother, my brother has, what? >> Big house. >> Big house? What else? >> Four animals, four. >> Yeah. >> Two dogs >> Yeah, he has two dogs, he has four llamas. My sister has what? >> Police car. >> Police car. >> Police car? >> And two cats. >> Two cats? >> And she has a nice apartment, right? And we always have fun together, right? Of course, you have fun with your families too. Okay, so tell me about has. My brother, right? >> He. >> He. >> Has. >> Has. My sister. >> She has. >> She has. How about me? I. >> Have. >> Okay. So, you guys know this, right? I have. My brother, he- >> Has. >> Has. >> My sister. >> She has. >> How about. Hi. How about. The llama, it. >> It has. >> It has, okay. >> You have. >> You have. Okay. So here with my subject, how many people are we talking about? >> Five. >> Four. >> Four. >> I see. >> But how, I just >> One >> Person. He just >> One >> One person, right? So this is >> They have. >> Okay. So one person We have to be careful. I have, he has, you have. And then like you were saying, many people, they- >> We have. >> We have. >> Ah-hah. They have. >> We have, we have. >> Or, we have. Or maybe even. >> All of us. >> You all. >> You all have. Nice. Okay, so have, has, we have to be careful with he, she or it, right? >> Yeah. >> Now when do we use have? I have a sister. My sister has a car. Hmm. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Yeah, my sister she. >> She is >> My sister has. >> My sister has. So let's look at it. When do we use? I have a sister. I have a brother. Mm, we can use it with relationships. What do I mean by relationships? >> [COUGH] >> Relationships? >> Yeah. >> Yeah. >> Like. >> Your friends. >> Contact. >> Contact? >> Yeah. >> Okay, so. Close contact, maybe with your friends, with your family. So, I have a friend in Tempe. I have a sister, but in Vermont. So, I use have with relationships. When else do I use have? Uh-oh, he has four llamas. >> [COUGH] >> Possession, right? Uh-huh, possession. I have an eraser. It's mine, right? He has four llamas. His are his possessions. >> [COUGH] >> Also, if I say we have fun together, we have fun. Yeah, it's not a relationship, it's not a possession, but maybe it's. It's an experience, we have a good time, we have fun, right? >> Yes. >> Yeah. Okay, so. Possessions, relationships, experience. You guys want to help me out? So, let's try using have or has. Okay, have or has. So, if I say [SOUND] Linhai, two cats. >> Linhai. >> Linhai has. >> Linhai has? >> Two cats. >> Two cats. >> Linhai, do you have two cats? >> No. >> Only one, okay. What if I say? Uh-oh. Abdul Haddi. >> Has. >> Abdul Haddi has a llama. >> Okay, Abdul Haddi has a llama. Let's change it up a little bit. >> I don't have? >> You don't have llama? I know, my brother has four. Isn't that crazy? >> No. >> No? >> I have a camel. >> [COUGH] >> You have a camel? >> [COUGH] >> How many? >> 80, 85. [LAUGH] >> 80, 85? That's a lot of camels. [LAUGH] Uh-oh. So should I change a llama, should I change to camel? We'll change to camel. >> Let's say, Taisai and Ammar, a llama. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Okay, Taisai and Ammar, have a llama. All right. Taisai and Ammar? as the victim >> Okay, uh-oh. >> [COUGH] >> I. >> It's this [INAUDIBLE] I have. >> I have two police cars. Let's do June and Aedh. >> Have. >> Okay, June and Aedh have two police cars, I have a police car, Tysay? >> Has. >> Has. >> Has? >> Two police cars. >> Samantha? >> She has. >> Samantha has two police cars. How about Josh? >> Josh has police cars. >> Yes police cars, and then, of course, because we all have, we? >> Have. >> We have. >> Two police cars. >> Two police cars. Okay, guys, easy peasy? >> Easy peasy. >> Yes. >> Easy peasy. You know this, don't you? Yeah. All right, you guys. So, go ahead, take out your books. Let's check. Mm. Could you do page 34 for me? Okay, and let's do a little practice. All right, hm, so. >> Page 34. >> Page 34. All right. Let's check the computer. Goodbye family. So, on page 34, we're going to start at the very top, 4.1. >> [COUGH] >> [INAUDIBLE] And all we need to do. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Is have, or has, right? >> So let's take a look. At the very top. Please write. Please write the answers for me. The store is very large. It >> It has. >> It has, yeah you got it. So, let's do one through eight. Maybe one minute. [INAUDIBLE] >> Easy peasy. [INAUDIBLE] Okay. [INAUDIBLE] While you are finished. Okay guys, stop right here. Turn to a partner, Abdul and Hadi, would you guys together? Ali and Amar, Uh-oh, okay let's change. One, two, three groups. And groups. Haisei, can I have you work here for a moment? >> Yes. >> Okay, quick check, quick check. >> You guys want to check with your partners, make sure you got the same answers. Then we'll go over it as a class. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Mm-hm, good! All right. Give me a number two. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Good question. Need number two. One moment [INAUDIBLE]. Ali, number three. Number four? [INAUDIBLE] number five? Five, mm-hm. All right. [CROSSTALK] All right! So do have any questions about vocabulary? Let me know. Some asked about big electric. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Someone asked about customers. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Guys [INAUDIBLE]. [INAUDIBLE] Okay, we'll do seven and eight together. Do you want to do seven Amar? >> Yeah. >> Yes, please. And we can do eight together.