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Year 1 Lesson 5 Stories for Everybody

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Craash Beck

on 14 May 2013

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Transcript of Year 1 Lesson 5 Stories for Everybody

Lesson 5 Stories for everyone conversation: A: B: A: What's the matter? My grandpa is sick. I'm sorry to hear that. That's too bad. first question : ~ what's the matter? ~ what's wrong? We ask this question when our friend looks: upset A: What's the matter? A: What's wrong? B: I feel sick. B: I lost my cat. B: My soccer team lost. B: My computer is broken. Next : giving encouragement saying something nice or A: I'm sorry to hear that. A: That's too bad. A: That's too bad. A: I'm sorry to hear that. answer I'm sorry to hear that. That's too bad. for example I HOPE _____. for example A: I'm going to a baseball game tomorrow. B: I hope you have fun! A: I have tickets for the B2ST concert this weekend! B: I hope you have a good time! A: I lost my cell phone. B: I hope you find it. A: I have a piano concert tonight. B: I hope you do well. BOOK WORK speaking - p. 76 happy sad worried excited
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