Enskt

Vegleiðing

(Øll skriva 2-5 síður um persónin, ið tey hava valt. Persónarnir eru á s. 12-13 í lesibókini. Næmingarnir finna bara uppá.)

Hvat kann eg skriva um myndina/persónin, eg havi valt?

Navn, aldur, útsjónd?

Hvussu er drongurin/gentan?

Hvør er familjan?

Vinir, floksfelagar?

Bestu lærugreinir?

Frítíðarítriv?

Hvat fer fram á myndini?

Hvat hendir síðani?

Dømi:

George is ten years old, and lives in Liverpool, together with his mom and dad and two sisters. His sisters are 4 and 7 and they really look up to their brother. They can though also be very annoying.

George is quite tall for his age, he has dark brown hair and brown eyes. He goes to school in...

Osfr. 

8. og 9. mai - 2017

Dictation

Many people have a pet. The most usual pets are cats and dogs. Rabbits are popular, too. They are so soft and cute, and children love them.

Many young people would like to have a horse. Horses are beautiful and clever animals. But a horse needs a place to stay, and it must be fed. It also needs a lot of care.

Some people like to keep dangerous animals like spiders and snakes.

(Orðini, ið hava striku undir, verða skrivað á talvuna.)

(Orðini, ið eru skrivað við kursiv mugu tit venja serliga væl.)

To have = at hava

to have fun = at hava tað stuttligt 

Lærið tykkum at benda 'to have' á enskum.

Niðanfyri verður tað bent fyrst á føroyskum og síðani á enskum.

 

At hava

eg havi

hevur 

hann/hon/tað hevur

 

vit hava

tit hava 

tær/teir/tey hava

 

To have              Dømi

I have                 I have two brothers

you have            you have two brothers

he/she/it has      he has two broters, she has two brothers, it has two brothers

 

we have             we have two brothers

you have            you have two brothers

they have           they have two brothers

 

 

To be = at vera

to be happy = at vera glað/glaður

Lærið tykkum at benda to be á enskum.

Niðanfyri verður tað fyrst bent á føroyskum og síðani á enskum. 

 

At vera

eg eri

ert

hann/hon/tað er

 

vit eru

tit eru

tær/teir/tey eru

 

To be                    Dømi:

I am                      I am cold                                                                            

you are                 you are cold                                       

he/she/it is            he is cold, she is cold, it is cold                                    

 

we are                 we are cold                                          

you are                you are cold                                        

they are                they are cold