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WEEKEND I3W3D5

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Grammar test
Solve the following grammar test using the grammar you have learned
1) You bought the wine for dinner?
2) My coach didn't checked the homework.
3) Did my aunt came yesterday for lunch?
4) I never didn't understand that exercise.
5) My trainer did explained the task for next week.
Find the mistake
ED ending
Rules
Grammar
Review
2
Grammar
Test
Do as asked.
TOPIC
Drugs and Alcohol

Translate
1. No ha llovido en varios dias, eso me preocupa.
2. No hemos llegado a clases, apenas sabemos los temas!
3. Ella estuvo encerrado en un castillo toda su vida.
4. El es el mas alto de la clase, pero el mas tonto...

I may eat
You may eat
He may eat
She may eat
It may eat
We may eat
They may eat
I may not eat
You may not eat
He may not eat
She may eat
It may not eat
We may not eat
They may not eat
May I eat?
May you eat?
May he eat?
May she eat?
May it eat?
May we eat?
May they eat?
One student will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Past Progressive
Subject + Verb to be (in past) + Present participle (ing)
Form:
I was kissing
You were kissing
He was kissing
She was kissing
It was kissing
We were kissing
They were kissing
I was not kissing
You were not kissing
He was not kissing
She was not kissing
It was not kissing
We were not kissing
They were not kissing
Was I kissing?
Were you kissing?
Was he kissing?
Was she kissing?
Was it kissing?
Were we kissing?
Were they kissing?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
Your coach will give the definition
of the following words. Give examples
and use it for the following activity
New
Vocabulary
Drugs

Alcohol

Rehabilitate
Alcoholic
Joint
Wasted
Overdose
Hangover
Abuse
Hobo
Side Effect
Tipsy
expectations
intermediate
III
use comparatives
and superlatives
in a conversation
Be able to use
perfect tenses
(past/present)
Be able to answer
some job interview
questions
answer questions
using conditional
would
Maintain a natural
conversation
expressing clear
ideas
Be able to apply
at least 50 phrasal
verbs
Recovery
TIME
Discipline check
S1
S2
COMPETITION
Your goals:
Give an example of a real conversation using this tense
&

Expositions
Expositions
Movie
Technique
Watch the following trailer from Hunger Games twice.
Your coach will pause it and give you new vocabulary from it. Write it down so you can use it.
Retelling
Movie
Volunteer
Transfer
Brave
Attract
Slay
Underestimate
Pact a deal
Support
Get in partners and with the vocabulary given retell the movie. Remember to combine different tenses such as present perfect and simple past with the present tense.
Grammar
Review

I eat pizza
You eat pizza
He eats pizza
She eats pizza
It eats pizza
You eat pizza
We eat pizza
They eat pizza
I might eat
You might eat
He might eat
She might eat
It might eat
We might eat
They might eat
I might not eat
You might not eat
He might not eat
She might eat
It might not eat
We might not eat
They might not eat
Might I eat?
Might you eat?
Might he eat?
Might she eat?
Might it eat?
Might we eat?
Might they eat?
Simple Past
One student will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
I brought
You brought
She brought
He brought
It brought
We brought
They brought
I did not bring
You did not bring
He did not bring
She did not bring
It did not bring
We did not bring
They did not bring
Did I bring?
Did you bring?
Did he bring?
Did she bring?
Did it bring?
Did we bring?
Did they bring?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
NEGATIVE FORM:
I DID NOT BRING OR I DIDN'T BRING.
Subject + Verb in past
Form:
When do i use it? are there exceptions?
Grammar
Review
2
May I eat?
May you eat?
May he eat?
May she eat?
May it eat?
May we eat?
May they eat?
One student will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Past Progressive
Subject + Verb to be (in past) + Present participle (ing)
Form:
I was kissing
You were kissing
He was kissing
She was kissing
It was kissing
We were kissing
They were kissing
I was not kissing
You were not kissing
He was not kissing
She was not kissing
It was not kissing
We were not kissing
They were not kissing
Was I kissing?
Were you kissing?
Was he kissing?
Was she kissing?
Was it kissing?
Were we kissing?
Were they kissing?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
Give an example of a real conversation using this tense.
Grammar
Test
Write down the number and the correct answer.
Multiple Choice
1. You _______ when she was ______.
a) was playing / sang
b) are playing / singing
c) were playing / singing


2. Jasmine _____ Soccer in the park.
a) was chatting
b) was playing
c) was doing

3.
We ____ dancing when Leo _______.
a) were / arrived
b) was / got
c) were/ arrives
4. My dog was ______ with the ball.
a) biting
b) licking
c) playing


Review the stars/goals/melody.
Wh questions
What...?
Where...?
When...?
Who...?
Which...?
Why...?
Who...with...?
How...?
How long...?
How many...?
How much...?
How often...?
Linking words:

Firstly, secondly, between you and me, frankly speaking, as far as I am concerned, it seems, however, therefore, as soon as, in the meantime, suddenly, in conclusion.
45 seconds non-stop
Get in couples, you have one minute to discuss a question for today using the tense learned.

1. Example: Tell me about a stressful situation.
2.
3.
Automatic
Fluency
Use modals when possible
Conversation
Time
What are the side effects of using drugs or alcohol?
in what situations do you drink?
what do you like drinking?
how do people behave when they are drunk?
Make up your own questions.
Pair up and discuss the questions.
Use the grammar review!
DISCIPLINE CHECK
Coach: check one by one each of the trainees´ homework. Choose one of the words, its meaning and ask for a sentence with that word with the tense of the week.
REMEMBER THE KEY OF FLUENCY IS:
REPEAT
REPEAT
REPEAT
,
DISCIPLINE,
DISCIPLINE
, DISCIPLINE
Get in groups and practice for your debate.
debate
Couples
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