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Transcript of 34. Agreements
Do you catch a cold more than once a year?
Do you go for regular medical check-ups?
Do you take medicine when you are sick?
: is a verb and it is used when you have the same opinion with someone else. Eg:
She agreed with the decision We took last night
: is when you don't share or have the same opinion with someone else. Eg:
We disagreed with the Principal's idea because we don't have money
YOUR COACH WILL EXPLAIN TO YOU HOW TO AGREE WITH OTHERS
YOUR COACH WILL EXPLAIN HOW TO AGREE WITH OTHER PEOPLE'S OPINION.
1. She will win an award.
2. He should study more.
3. They have finished early.
4. Steve likes pizza.
5. I am happy.
6. We were late.
7. She can play the guitar.
8. I would like a cup or coffee.
Read the following POSITIVE statements and agree with them
YOUR COACH WILL EXPLAIN HOW TO AGREE WITH NEGATIVE STATEMENTS
Now We will test your knowledge on how to make negative comparison with Neither and Either
STAND UP AND ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTIONS WITH AT LEAST 4 DIFFERENT CLASSMATES. MOVE AROUND TO PRACTICE
What is the sexiest and least sexy name you've heard?
What’s the best Wi-Fi name you’ve seen?
Let's get started by answering the next question with great Energy, Remember to meet the metrics: 30 secs, 8 activities+ and give reasons why
ICE BREAKER QUESTION
Everybody stand up and create a question and the next person will answer. Do it until everybody participate.
Students will do a brainstorm about what they see in the pictures.
Now your coach will do the STRUCTURE CHECK with each one of you to make sure you are understanding and able to create a structure
Use properly Neither and Either with the following sentences, Make the negative comparison with the subject HE:
1) I don't eat Sushi because It's disgusting
2) I didn't pay attention to that
3) She can't travel because She is sick
4) They couldn't watch the soccer match
5) We haven't eaten yet
In this lesson students will be able to learn how to agree and disagree with someone in all the tenses