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F2f unit 9 review
Transcript of F2f unit 9 review
Going on holiday ?
Here are some ideas ...
Go to another country.
Go for walks around town.
Go on boat trips.
Have a picnic
Stay in a hotel.
Rent a car.
Can and can't for possibility
to say that something is possible.
to say that something is not possible.
For positive sentences, we use:
In negative sentences, we use:
are the same for all subjects (I,you,he, etc.)
We also use can for ability, making request and offers.
He can do the job.
I can't play tennis.
Can I take the car?
Can I help you?
What is the correct order of the sentences?
Can you catch an elephant?
I can swing.
I can't swim.
I can drink.
I can eat a tree.
Adjectives To describe places.
We use comparatives to compare two places, people or things.
When we compare two things in the same sentence we use
after the comparative.
Ex. My house is bigger than yours.
Ex. Her dog is stronger
Type of adjective
Most 1 syllable adjectives
1 syllable adj. ending in "e"
1 syllable adj ending in consonant+vowel+consonant
Double the last consonant and add -er
2 syllable adj. ending in "y"
y becomes i and add -er
2 syllable adj. not ending in "y" and 3 syllable adjectives
Put more before the adjective
More crowded, More interesting
Good, Bad, Far
Better, Worse, Further
Medellin is a wonderful city to go to especially during the holidays. You can go sightseeing and visit a lot of amazing places. For Christmas you can visit the river and see the beautiful lights that run through it. You can also enjoy some delicious food in one of the many restaurants we have.
Come visit and meet some great people!
Find the adjectives ...
Planning a day out
Asking people what they want to do.
And saying what you would like to do.
Do you want to go to my house?
I'd = I would
After would like and want we use the infinitive with (to go,to do, etc.)
After would rather we use the infinitive (go,do,etc.)
We use I'd rather to say I want to do this more than something else.
ex. I'd rather
ex. I'd like
Would you like to play baseball?
I'd rather go to the mall.
A hotel room
To the city
Thanks for the invitation to your birthday party. I'd love to be there. I have vacation from school at the moment so I can stay for a few more days. I can't afford a hotel so many days, can I stay in your house?
Can't wait to see you. I will book my flight next week.
Where was Anna invited?
Can Anna go to the birthday party?
Can she stay at a hotel?
A birthday party.
Yes, she can.
No, she can't.
I can go
She can´t go
She can go
the t doen't have to sound
We can replace it with a Glottal
It's an empty sound
produced by obstructing airflow in the vocal tract
I want to go to the cinema.
I'd rather go to the club.
Where would you like to go?
What do you want to do?
I'd like to go to the beach.