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Arabic coffee & dates Harees Shawarma The UAE has interesting food! Culture (Kul - Cher): Your ideas, beliefs and behavior. Level 2-3: Customs: The habits, tradition and beliefs of a group of people. Machboos
What is he eating? What does he have? What is he having? A shawarma is Arabic food! When did you have a shawarma? I ________ a _________ yesterday / today / last week / last month / never. He ________ a tasty shawarma. He _____ __________ing a shawarma.
How many shawarma are they eating? What are they eating? How many boys are there? Do you like shawarma? Do you think they like eating shawarma ? The ______ ________ eat shawarma. (Yes / No) I think the boys _______ enjoying their shawarma’s!
This is you at lunch today/yesterday/last week. What did you have for lunch last week? What did you have for lunch today? What will you have for lunch tomorrow? What did you have for lunch yesterday? Yesterday I ______ a shawarma for lunch. Today I _____ _______ a shawarma for lunch. Right now I am ________ (have) a shawarma. Right now _____ am eat____ a shawarma.
Level 3: Should / Could / Have Owaid: Hi Abdulla, are you hungry? Abdulla: Hi Owaid, yes I am very hungry. What do you want for lunch? Owaid: I want McDonald’s for lunch. What do you want? Abdulla: I want Charley’s Grilled Subs for lunch.
The UAE has culture In the UAE men and women wear traditional clothing. He _____ a Kandoora and she ______ an Abaya. They _____ _________(wear) traditional clothing. The boys ______ ________(wear) kandoora__.
Tradition These ______ abayas and… It is tradition or custom for women to wear the abaya and shayla in UAE. those _____ kandouras. In the past, men _______ white kandouras to deflect heat from the bright, hot sun.
In the UAE most people speak Arabic. When you meet with friends, family or a stranger you ________ (had) to say… Guesture: a way of communicating without speaking. If you meet with a bedouin you may ________ to give him a kiss and sit down to _________ coffee & dates. They _________ greeting each other by nose kissing. They ______ ________ a conversation.
The UAE _______ a unique climate (weather) that has shaped the Emirati culture and traditions. In the past, Abu Dhabi and Dubai were just deserts. People ______ a very hard time living the in the harsh climate and there _________ (is) very few resources.
Hospitality is sharing what you have with others. The Emirati people were very poor and the men spent months at sea fishing and pearl diving… The men used the money from fishing and pearling to bring food back to the village and share everything with everyone. Sharing is a part of Emirati culture and now it is tradition to share what you have with others.
Traditions In the past the UAE _______ fishing and pearl diving. Now the Emirates ______ petrol processing, tourist attractions, date farming and many other businesses. In the past UAE only ______ deserts but now each city ________ tall towers, big malls and beautiful gardens. Serving guests coffee & dates and dhow building are also old UAE traditions.
Citizen = A citizen is a legal subject of a country.
Abdullah is a UAE citizen. He is an Emirati citizen. We are not UAE citizens.
“Be” Verb Citizen We are not UAE citizens. I am a U.S. citizen. My son is also a U.S. citizen. We are citizens of the U.S., but my wife is a citizen of the Canada.
“Be” Verb Citizens We _____ not UAE citizens. I _____ a U.S. citizen. My daughter ______ a U.S. citizen. We _____ citizens of the United States, but my wife _____ a citizen of the Canada. Which is the compound sentence?
Your turn Level 2 and 3 Write sentences about, Abdullah, Justin and his family, and yourself. • Use the “be” verb • The word citizen. Level 1: Fill in the gaps (correct writing) Abdullah ____ a UAE citizen. Mr. Justin and his daughter ____ citizens of the U.S., but his wife ____ a citizen of Canada. I ______ a ________ citizen.
Have/Has Questions --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ______ she been swimming? Yes, she_________ . _______ you done your homework? Yes, I _________. _______ Abdulla played Playstation 4? Yes, he _________.
Have / Has Questions ___________ he excercised? No, he _________ not. ___________ she studied? No, she _________ not. __________ they helped their school? No, they _________ not.
Contractions 1 + 1 = 1?? • I have = I’ve • You have = you’ve • We have = we’ve • They have = they’ve • He has = he’s • She has = she’s • It has = it’s
Do and Does We use “do” and “does” when we want to ask a question that can be answered with “yes” or “no.” Do / Does ? Yes / No Does he go to school? Yes, he goes to school.
Does or Do???? Just like the word “has,” do is used with third person singular. He = 1 = Does Abullah = 1 If you can point at it, and it Is only one use “does.” Otherwise, use “do.” * Exception for “you” The Camel = 1
Do / Does Questions 1. ______ he have a NZ passport? Yes, he __________. 2. ______ he have a U.S. passport? No, he ____________. 3. _______ I have a U.S. passport? Yes, I _________. 4. ________ they have UAE passports? _______________
do / does do not /does not • _______ he have a UAE passport? Yes, he _________. • _______ I have a NZ passport? Yes, I _________. • _______ we have UK passports? No, we ___________. • _______ Abdullah have a KSA passport? No, he __________. • _______ she have UAE citizenship? Yes, she __________