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INTERMEDIATE AUGUST 4
Transcript of INTERMEDIATE AUGUST 4
Solve the following grammar test using the grammar you have learned
Review the stars/goals/melody.
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
45 seconds non-stop
Do as asked.
Get in couples, you have one minute to discuss a question for today using the tense learned.
1. What can you do during winter time?
2.what would you do if you were president?
3. what is the best thing that has ever happened
Divide the class in two and argue
the following question.
Choose the correct prepositions "to" or "for".
Make couples and make up a story about a PARTY using
the following vocabulary and with the given tense!
Now with these modals! Be super creative!
Future and might/may
Modals (May and might)
1. No ha llovido en varios días, eso me preocupa.
2. No hemos llegado a clases, ¡apenas sabemos los temas!
3. Ella estuvo encerrada en un castillo toda su vida.
4. Él es el más alto de la clase, pero también el más bobo.
Choose the correct prepositions "to" or "for".
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.
Make GROUPS and make up a story about a PARTY using
the following vocabulary and with the given modals!
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:
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
would + main verb (infinitive form)
Polite requests and unreal actions
I would pray
You would pray
He would pray
She would pray
It would pray
We would pray
They would pray
I would not pray
You would not pray
He would not pray
She would not pray
It would not pray
We would not pray
They would not pray
Would I pray?
Would you pray?
Would he pray?
Would she pray?
Would it pray?
Would we pray?
Would they pray?
I WOULD NOT PRAY OR I WOULDN'T PRAY
SUBJECT + SHOULD + main verb (infinitive form)
Used to give advice
I should visit
You should visit
He should visit
She should visit
It should visit
We should visit
They should visit
I should not visit
You should not visit
He should not visit
She should not visit
It should not visit
We should not visit
They should not visit
Should I visit?
Should you visit?
Should he visit?
Should she visit?
Should it visit?
Should we visit?
Should they visit?
I SHOULD NOT VISIT OR I SHOULDN'T VISIT
[Subject + can + Verb (base form)]
I CAN drive
You CAN drive
He CAN drive
She CAN drive
It CAN drive
We CAN drive
They CAN drive
I CAN NOT drive
You CAN NOT drive
He CAN NOT drive
she CAN NOT drive
It CAN NOT drive
We CAN NOT drive
They CAN NOT drive
CAN I drive?
CAN you drive?
CAN he drive?
CAN she drive?
CAN it drive?
CAN we drive?
CAN they drive?
[Subject + could + Verb (base form)]
I COULD speak
You COULD speak
He COULD speak
She COULD speak
It COULD speak
We COULD speak
They COULD speak
I COULD not speak
You COULD not speak
He COULD not speak
She COULD not speak
It COULD not speak
We COULD not speak
They COULD not speak
COULD I speak?
COULD you speak?
COULD he speak?
COULD she speak?
COULD it speak?
COULD we speak?
COULD they speak?
John traveled a lot. In fact, when he was only two years old when he flew to the USA. His mother is Italian and his father is American, but John was born in France, although his parents met in Cologne, Germany after living there for five years. They met one day while John's father was reading a book in the library and his mother sat down next to him.
John travels a lot because his parents also travel a lot.
As a matter of fact, John is visiting his parents in France at the moment. He lives in New York now, but is visiting his parents for a couple of few weeks. He really enjoys living in New York, but he also loves coming to visit his parents at least once a year.
This year he has flown over 50,000 miles for his job. He has been working for Jackson & Co. for almost two years. He’s pretty sure that he'll be working for them next year as well. His job requires a lot of travel. In fact, by the end of this year, he'll travel over 120,000 miles! His next journey will be to Australia. He really doesn't like going to Australia because it is so far. This time he is going to fly from Paris after a meeting with the company's French partner. The flight will last over 18 hours!
Use and change the sentences with both prepositions.
I need ___ go out ___ buy some milk and sugar.
They went to London ___ see the Crown jewels.
Here. This is ___ you.
You'll need at least 12 Euros ___ the train.
Don't forget to bring everything ___ tomorrow.
Take a jacket just ___ be sure you don't get cold.
Simon's gone into town ___ look ___ a book.
___ be successful in life, you need dedication.
Sorry ___ interrupt but I have a question.
She changed job ___ a better salary.
She changed job ___ get a better salary.
That has nothing ___ do with it.
You shouldn't be in politics ___ the money.
1. What new words did you identify in the lecture?
2. How would you describe John's life?
3. Do you think John could have a family with that kind of life?
4. What are the pros and cons of the job that he has?
5. What do you think he does at his job and how much does he earn?