[MUSIC] Okay, so, Big Electric is what? >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Good, it's a company, right, company name. But when we say customers. >> Really just like- >> Many, many customers. What is a customer? Yeah, they have. What is customer? Do you know? >> A customer is a I think it is a people have a have a habit. >> That what? >> Habit. >> The habit? >> Or sorry. >> Maybe you're thinking customs, maybe, but. >> Customers, yeah. >> Customers, are the people going to the store. >> Yeah. >> To buy something? Every time, exactly. >> And exactly, every time you go to the store and buy something, you are the customer, yeah. All right you guys. So we know Big Electronics and electronics store, it usually? >> Has. >> Has good prices. >> The store is very large, it? >> Has. >> Has four floors. The first floor? >> Has. >> Mm-hm. The second floor? >> Has. >> The third and fourth floors. >> Have. >> Wait, why is this has? >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Okay, it only the one floor. Okay, the third and fourth floors. Too. >> Too, okay, they have. The electric also. >> Have, has. >> Yeah. The electric has, because it's the company. The electric. >> Has. >> How many company? >> One. >> Just one. Company name, you got it. The website. >> Has. >> Has, and customers. >> Have. >> Have, beautiful, lovely. Okay, guys, any questions? >> [INAUDIBLE] >> No? So far, so good? All right, now let's, we're going to skip a page and let's bring it all together. We've been talking about nouns. We've been talking about have or has. Let's try. Page 35 in your book. Uh-oh. [INAUDIBLE] Okay. All right you guys. I'll show you stuff. Common mistakes, these are big problems that we see all the time. Even in advanced levels, right? Jodie is artist. What am I missing? >> What? >> Number one, Jodie is artist, what was- >> An artist. >> An artist. >> Jodie is an artist. She's nice person. >> A nice person. >> A nice person. >> A nice person. Uh-oh, the people in my class is nice. >> Are. >> Are. [INAUDIBLE] >> Okay, his children is smart. >> Are. >> My clock and my radio is on my desk. >> Are. >> Okay, Tom have a great laptop. >> Has. >> Has. Because [INAUDIBLE] he. >> He, okay. >> Sing it. >> Yeah you got it. So let's give that a try. Let's try to find some of the mistakes. Mm-hm, down below. Mm, so if I say the people in my neighborhood is nice. Very nice. >> Okay. >> What happened to this one? >> The people, plural. >> I asked pronoun. >> Neighbors, right? So we have the s. >> Are, are. >> Neighbors are very friendly, good. Let's try one through ten. One minute. Give it a try. You can talk to your partners. You can talk to your groups. No problem. All right, guys. Be careful when using B verb or has, right? You guys okay? >> [INAUDIBLE] >> [INAUDIBLE] Finished this. >> Finished? All right, let's wrap it up. [INAUDIBLE] >> Let's check. Let's check. Okay, guys. We have b, we have nouns, we have paths. Tom and Nancy is are. >> Are, the neighbors. Nancy is. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Beautiful, a computer programmer. Tom is. >> Person. [INAUDIBLE] [CROSSTALK] >> A cell phone designer. Ooh la la, maybe he made your iPhone, I don't know. Their children. >> Are, are are. >> How do you know? >> Because children. [CROSSTALK] >> Children! >> Children are plural. >> Plural. Joe and Cathy. >> Are, are. Our student Joe is student in the computer department. >> Is a. >> Is a student in the computer department. >> Because it has a [INAUDIBLE]. He has a lot of classes this year. Kathy is a busy architectural student. >> Kathy is >> [INAUDIBLE] >> A busy architectural student. Okay? So far, awesome. So, we only had one has, right? I want to show you one Let me see, let me see. Hm. Joe is a student. What is the difference guys between this? Joe is a student. >> Is. [CROSSTALK] Is. >> Wait a second. Let's look at the very top here. Joe is a student. This one's okay. So, equals. Joe is the same as a student, right? >> Has student, verb. >> Joe has a student. >> Yes. >> Can I say this? >> No, no, no, no. >> Actually, they're both okay. >> I think yes. >> You think yes? Why? >> Joe has a student. >> Uh-oh, so Joe is a student means? >> No student. >> Right. Joe is at global launch study with us. If I say Joe has a student. >> Past. >> Joe, he is not a student, but maybe, Joe is a. >> Teacher. >> Teacher. Maybe Joe is a teacher and he has a student in his class. Uh-huh, so very, very different meanings, right? Can I show you one more? >> Yes. >> Uh-oh, let's do, for example >> No, no, Emily has a llama. >> Emily has >> A llama. >> Okay, Emily is a llama. >> No. >> No, how about Emily has a llama? Okay, so grammatically this is okay. But- >> Not correct. >> Not correct. Grammatically okay. Yeah, my possession. All right you guys. Awesome. So, let's see. [SOUND] Whoever has page 34, okay. Let's move on a little bit, and we're going to check out demonstratives, okay? First guys, please close your books. Close your books, close your books. Okay. Here we go. So, I'm going to put you guys. Let's do, one, two, three, you guys group. One, two, three, group. And then, Abello, put you in the back, one, two, three, four group. Easy peasy, guys, easy peasy. You only need one minute. All right, you do this. All right, one, two, three. Guys, phones away, phones away. That's it, mix it up for me. Okay. Okay, guys, we're going to do. [SOUND] First day at the office. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Your job [INAUDIBLE]. Can you turn please? Get these guys in. Okay, I want you to organize conversation, first, second, third. We have three people right? >> [INAUDIBLE] [CROSSTALK] >> [INAUDIBLE] That's good. Okay, now easy peezy. Uh-huh. Who are the people in this conversation? >> [CROSSTALK] [INAUDIBLE] >> Beautiful. Man, this group's finished, this group's finished. Just a little more time? >> Finished. >> Finished? Guys, who are the three people in this conversation? In this conversation. Two people? Wait a second, please look, please look. >> No, no, three people. >> Bless you. >> Three people. >> Three people. >> Yes. >> Okay, what are their names? >> Robert. Kyle, Claudia. >> Okay, Robert, Kyle, Claudia. Okay, beautiful. You guys okay? How many people? >> [INAUDIBLE] >> How many people are in this conversation? >> Three people. >> Yes, you have three people. All right you guys. So, let's do >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Three people, which one's Robert? >> Robert's that comes with gray jacket. >> Robert's the manager, okay. >> No, no, this Robert >> This is Robert. This is Robert. How about Claudia? >> Claudia, the woman. >> The woman, okay. >> Claudia >> [INAUDIBLE] Old man. >> Maybe the older gentleman? >> Yes. >> Okay. All right. So, let's check out conversation in your books. You can take your books out. Page 38. You can look on with a neighbor, no problem. You can look at the [INAUDIBLE]. Okay. Very cool. >> What page do we go? >> Page 38, and page 39. So, we've got Robert, Claudia. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Okay, you guys. So take out part B. Who's who? Let's see. Number one, Claudia. Claudia are in the cabinets? No, no, no, no. What would we say? Number one, A, B, C D, or E? >> E. >> C, c. >> See, I think E. >> A new employee. So, number one. Claudia is awarded, yes. You got it. So, number one. >> E? >> Let's check. [SOUND] This is Claudia, she is a new employee, yeah. Now with your groups boys you can look at your conversation. What do you think? What do you think? Guys, I like how this group is working together. You guys can talk. It's okay. You guys can talk. >> Let's take one minute. And then we'll do it as a group. Guys, any questions about vocabulary? Any questions? [SOUND] Put that away. All right. My. Let's do it as a class. Let's do it together.