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WEEKEND I3W2D4

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EXAMPLES
Gerunds
vs
Infinitives
Learn the difference between For and To. Then give examples
INTERVIEWING A
Prepare some questions and answers using gerunds and infinitives.
Gerunds
Infinitives
We use gerunds (verb + ing):

After certain verbs
-
I
enjoy

singing

After prepositions
-
I drank a cup of coffee
before

leaving



As the subject or object of a sentence
-
Swimming
is good exercise
We use 'to' + infinitive:

After certain verbs
- We
decided

to leave.

After many adjectives
- It's
difficult

to get up
early.

To show purpose
- I came to London
to study
English.
Infinitives
What do you
like eating
?
I
like eating
pizza.
I
like to eat
pizza.
I
started working
last year.
I
started to work
last year.
Smoking
is bad for your health.
To smoke
is bad for your health.
When are you going to start working in a call center?
Gerunds
What do you
like to eat
?
One student will come to the front pretending to be a famous person and students will ask him questions about things he likes, hates, enjoys or loves to do.
Example:


Why do you like smoking?

I like
smoking
because...

I like to
smoke
because...

I would eat
You would eat
He would eat
She would eat
It would eat
We would eat
They would eat
I would not eat
You would not eat
He would not eat
She would not eat
It would not eat
We would not eat
They would not eat
Would I eat?
Would you eat?
Would he eat?
Would she eat?
Would it eat?
Would we eat?
Would they eat?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS

Past perfect
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Find the mistake
1.
I had never not eaten burritos
2.
Had you dance with him?

Translate
1.
Ella habia estado viniendo seguido.
2.
Si fuera doctor ayudaría la gente
Grammar
Test
Write down the number and the correct answer, you have 1 minute.
GERUNDS VS INFINITIVES
TOPIC
TO play soccer
Playing
soccer
FAMOUS CHARACTER
Listening
TECHNIQUE
http://www.esl-lab.com/hotel1/hotel1.htm
Form:
{subject+had+past participle}
I had drunk
You had drunk
He had drunk
She had drunk
It had drunk
We had drunk
They had drunk
I had not drunk
You had not drunk
He had not drunk
She had not drunk
It had not drunk
We had not drunk
They had not drunk
Had I drunk?
Had you drunk?
Had he drunk?
Had she drunk?
Had it drunk?
Had we drunk?
Had they drunk?
To express actions in the past before another action
Recovery
TIME
Discipline check
S1
S2
COMPETITION
Example:


Why do you like dancing?

I like
dancing
because...

I like to
dance
because...
Listening
TECHNIQUE
http://www.esl-lab.com/datingviolence/datingviolencerd1.htm
Listening
COMPREHENSION
1. Brandon broke up with his girlfriend because she _______.
A. was using drugs
B. liked another boy
C. was moving away

2. What did his girlfriend do to Brandon?
A. She threw his books in the toilet.
B. She hit him hard in the face.
C. She crashed his car into a wall.

3. Alex told Brandon if he said anything about this, __________.
A. she would burn up his car
B. her friends would hurt him badly
C. she would say bad things about him




4. In the end, Brandon decided to _________.
A. leave bad comments on her Facebook page
B. forget about the whole thing
C. tell the police about the problem

5. What is the main message of the conversation?
A. People should avoid using harmful drugs.
B. We shouldn't abuse other people.
C. People need to respect other people's property.
Answer the following questions based on what you heard in the previous audio, give details about the situations
Listen to the following audio twice, write down the new vocabulary and important details!
Listen to the following audio twice, write down the new vocabulary and important details!
I would eat
You would eat
He would eat
She would eat
It would eat
We would eat
They would eat
I would not eat
You would not eat
He would not eat
She would not eat
It would not eat
We would not eat
They would not eat
Would I eat?
Would you eat?
Would he eat?
Would she eat?
Would it eat?
Would we eat?
Would they eat?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS

Past perfect
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Form:
{subject+had+past participle}
I had drunk
You had drunk
He had drunk
She had drunk
It had drunk
We had drunk
They had drunk
I had not drunk
You had not drunk
He had not drunk
She had not drunk
It had not drunk
We had not drunk
They had not drunk
Had I drunk?
Had you drunk?
Had he drunk?
Had she drunk?
Had it drunk?
Had we drunk?
Had they drunk?
To express actions in the past before another action
DESCRIBING
SITUATIONS
Describe the situation shown in the video. watch the following video twice and write down any new vocabulary . Then retell what happens using different tenses.
HAPPENED
Retelling
SITUATION
WHAT
?
got home
Light
slippers
distracted
Frying pan
Trash can
Soaked
clean up
dog snacks
Chores
Describe what happened in your own words. Try using different tenses and different vocabulary.
TOPIC
Video Games
Master the following vocabulary, then give your own examples and... Game on!
Vocabulary
Review
Video Games
Wireless
Blue-Ray
Developer
Challenge
Console
Multiplayer
Control
Instructions:
- Your coach will set the couples to prepare the debates.
- Choose a topic to have a debate, the topic needs to be approved by your coach.
- Prepare your debate by researching statistics, and prepare a good argument to
defend your point of view.
-You can bring visual support to show your research.
Suggested Topics:
-Teen Pregnancy
-School Uniforms
-Social Interaction
-Influence of Music (Rock Vs Hip Hop)
-Money Vs Love
-Discipline at home
-Smoking
-Tablets Vs Books
-Adoption
Couples
Debate
Choose a couple and get ready to prepare your exposition for next weeked
EXPOSITION
You must watch this video
Listening
COMPREHENSION
Answer the following questions based on what you heard in the previous audio, give details about the situations
1. For what day did he make a reservation?
A. March 20th
B. March 21st
C. March 22nd

2. What kind of room does he prefer?
A. a non-smoking room
B. a smoking room
C. either one is okay

3. Why doesn't he want to reserve the suite?
A. It doesn't have a nice view.
B. It doesn't come with a sauna bath.
C. It's too expensive.


4. Including taxes, how much is the man's room?
A. 80 dollars
B. 88 dollars
C. 96 dollars

5. How do you spell the man's name?
A. Maxner
B. Maexner
C. Mexner
Wh questions
What...?
Where...?
When...?
Who...?
Which...?
Why...?
Who...with...?
How...?
How long...?
How many...?
How much...?
How often...?
AUTOMATIC
Fluency

(Mix tenses)
1. Example: have you ever kept a secret?
2. When was the last time you lied? why?
3.
Linking words:

If I remember correctly, To be more precise, As a matter of fact, I am afraid that, Now seriously, all joking aside, well then, in the end
45 seconds non-stop
Stand up and review stars/goals/melody then choose a couple and answer the questions. Ask for details using WH questions.
ROLE
A.
You are in the hospital right now and you are smoking.
B.
You are the nurse and you ask the other person to stop smoking because he/she is in a hospital.
Get in couples and get ready to act the following role plays and... Action!
PLAY
Find the mistake
Grammar
Test
Write down the number and fix the following sentences:
1. I had not eat all day long!

2. I have thoughten of that... and I think you are right.

3. Had you go to the new restaurant?

4. We'd enjoy it, but it was missing something.
Wh questions
45 seconds non-stop
Review stars/goal/melody and have all students practice the repetitions.
AUTOMATIC
FLUENCY
Example: What will you do with your first paycheck?
1)
2)

What...?
Where...?
When...?
Who...?
Which...?
Why...?
Who...with...?
How...?
How many...?
How much...?
How long...?
How often...?
Get in couples, you have one minute to
discuss a question for today using
the tense learned.
Linking words:

If I remember correctly, to be more precise, I would like to emphasize that, nevertheless, allow me to say, to be honest, all of the sudden, in conclusion.
CONVERSATION
Pair up and share your thoughts about the following questions, then come to the front and elaborate!
TIME
Do you consider video games are good or bad for children?

what was your favorite video game when you were a kid?

What are the differences between video games 15 years ago and now?

Something
Create


Example: Today we are going to sell a cup that can hold your cookies at the same time!
Make groups and create a product, then sell it to the class. You will have to give a lot of details and use your sales skills!
Remember you have to be creative
and know
how to sell it! Create a need! This WILL be useful in any job in your life!
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
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