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Transcript of Basic 10
Hey! Get me a soda!
Give me some bread!
I want some butter on it.
Put some butter on it.
Hurry up, I haven't got all day!
Can/Could/Will/Would you + verb
May I + verb
Yes, you may.
No, you may not.
OK/Sure, no problem./ I'd be glad to. / Certainly./ Of course.
Would you mind + verb-ing
No, not at all./ No, I'd be glad to./No, don't mind-
Yes, I mind. (very strong, almost rude)
How far do you commute to work or school?
Where in the world is the teacher from?
I have a
Think about your neighborhood's good and bad points. Make a list of each. Then write two or three paragraphs about your neighborhood.
Introduce where you live.
Use intensifiers, for example; really/very/pretty
a lot of
What do you think of when you think of fashion?
Why can't I understand those gringos?
Do parents and children sometimes disagree? What do they disagree about? Do they argue? Who usually wins?
What is the approximate age people in Peru usually get married?
What age do you think most people want to get married?
What do you know about families in Peru 50 years ago?
Do you think most mothers worked outside the home?
What about now?
Do you think there were more divorces 50 years ago or now?
Did adult children move back in with their parents after they had left home?
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What will you do?
What are you going to do?
Use going to to talk about definate future plans (plans you have already made)
Use will to talk about a sudden decision (one you make as you are speaking)
Will and going to are followed by the base form of the verb
be + going to
+ base verb + compliment
+ base verb + compliment
be going to
The teacher has a similar problem with spanish
All the words are stuck together :(
You never get a second chance to make a first impression.
Dear Susie Style,
I need your help! I can't get a job. Everywhere I go, I get the same answer: "No!" My friend says that my appearance is the problem. Here is a picture of me. What do you think? What should I do?
Now write a response to Sam. Give him some advice. Then share your writing a partner.
doing the dishes
washing the car
In your country, who goes to college? Is it hard to get into college? How much does it cost?
Did your high school have sports? Which ones? Are sports important in the school, or not very important? What percentage of students play sports, approximately?
When something you want to happen doesn't.
Have you ever had a disappointment? What was it?
What do students have to consider when they choose a college?
Plans already made
a sudden decision
What are you going to do tomorrow?
I'm __________ _________.
We don't have any more lomo saltado.
I think I _____ have the ______ then.
Do you have any big plans for the future?
Whose plans for the future are more definite - yours or yours best friend's?
Whose are harder?
Who will succeed first?
What is your dream job? How does someone get a job like that? What do you have to do or learn first?
Have you ever traveled alone? Where did you go? How long were you gone? Was is a good experience?
Every year, graduating high school students name one of their classmates "Most Likely to Succeed". Who do you think is most likely to succeed in the future? Why will he or she succeed?
Do you thing your life will be different in the future?
What parts of your life do you think will change the most?
Use one of the topics below or write about your own topic. First, write about what you are doing now. Then write about our future. Use be going to and will to make predictions.
What do you know about the British royal family?
What do you know about Prince Harry and William?
Down and Out Donald
Dear Susie Style,
I need your help! I can't get a date. Every girl I ask, I get the same answer: "No!" My friend says that my appearance is the problem. Here is a picture of me. What do you think? What should I do?
I have big plans! To become a doctor , first, I _____ go to college.
I ______ have the salad please.
Look! The car is going too fast! It ____ hit the other car?
I studied hard, so I think I ____ pass the test.
Will or Be going to
Will/ Be going to