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NEW B4W4D2.2

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Frequency words
Review with your coach the following frequency adverbs
Always

Usually

Sometimes

From time to time

Seldom

Never

Once a week
Twice a week
Thrice a week

2 times a week
3 times a week
How often do you....
visit La Pradera?
Example:
Simple Present
Let's review the simple present in third person
For verbs that end in -O, -CH, -SH, -SS, -X, or -Z we add -ES in the third person.

go - goes
watch - watches
For verbs that end in a consonant + Y, we remove the Y and add -IES.
apply - applies
supply - supplies
For verbs that end in a vowel + Y, we just add -S.

play – plays
say – says
Song
Technique

ED ending
RULES
RULE

1
If the last letter of the word ends in a voiceless sound the "ED" sounds as /T/
RULE

2
If the last letter of the word ends in a voiced sound the "ED" sounds as /D/
RULE 3
If the last letter of the word ends in "T" or "D" the ed sounds as /ID/
Your coach will explain to you the ED ending rules.
Conversation
TIME
Get in couples and answer the following questions.
Review the vocabulary and use it to fill in the blanks when listening to the song.
GRAMMAR
TEST
Finish the following grammar test as quickly as possible!
Put the verbs into the correct form (future I progressive).
Fun
Time
Sentence Race
Your coach will split the class in 2 groups, then 2 students will come to the front and write a sentence, the team with more sentences after 1 minute will win.
Team 1: _______________
Team 2: _______________
Practice (will, 2nd person)
change (Pres. Prog. 1st person)
watch (Sim. Pre. 3rd person)
clean (going to, 2nd person)
get (past prog. 3rd person)
think (sim. past. 1st person)
teach (sim. past. 2nd person)
visit (pres. prog. 3rd person)
teach (sim. past. 2nd person)
change (Pres. Prog. 1st person)
get (past prog. 3rd person)
think (sim. past. 1st person)
watch (Sim. Pre. 3rd person)
visit (pres. prog. 3rd person)
Practice (will, 2nd person)
clean (going to, 2nd person)

I ate
You ate
She ate
He ate
It ate
We ate
They ate
I did not eat
You did not eat
He did not eat
She did not eat
It did not eat
We did not eat
They did not eat
Did I eat?
Did you eat?
Did he eat?
Did she eat?
Did it eat?
Did we eat?
Did they eat?

GRAMMAR
REVIEW
One student will explain the tense. Pay attention.

GRAMMAR
REVIEW
SUbject + will + verb (infinitive form)
Form:
I will see
You will see
He will see
She will see
It will see
We will see
They will see
I will not see
You will not see
He will not see
She will not see
It will not see
We will not see
They will not see
Will I see?
Will you see?
Will he see?
Will she see?
Will it see?
Will we see?
Will they see?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
Simple Future (will)
Subject + verb to be + going to + verb (infinitive form)
Form:
I am going to listen
You are going to listen
He is going to listen
She is going to listen
It is going to listen
We are going to listen
They are going to listen
I am not going to listen
You are not going to listen
He is not going to listen
She is not going to listen
It is not going to listen
We are not going to listen
They are not going to listen
Am I going to listen?
Are you going to listen?
Is he going to listen?
Is she going to listen?
Is it going to listen?
Are we going to listen?
Are they going to listen?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
Simple Future (GOING TO)
One student is going to explain the tense. Pay attention.
Fun
Time
Sentence Race
IMPROVE YOUR
FLUENCY
Get familiar with this linking words and phrasal verbs, then make sentences using them.
Linking words
Phrasal verbs
In the meantime
WHile
eVEN THOUGH
Go on
Grow up
Run out
1. In the
meantime
, bring them here.
2. I was dancing
while
she was sleeping.
3. I invited her out
even though
I don't
have money.
1. That story sounds great,
go on
with
the story.
2. When I
grow up
I want to become a doctor.
3. Mom! We
ran out
of toilet paper.
Your coach will split the class in 2 groups, then 2 students will come to the front and write a sentence with the given tense and person, the team with more sentences after 1 minute will win!
Team 1: _______________
Team 2: _______________
Forget (will, 2nd person)
Freeze (Pres. Prog. 1st person)
Leave (Sim. Pre. 3rd person)
Throw (going to, 2nd person)
Crash (past prog. 3rd person)
Laugh (sim. past. 1st person)
Marry (sim. past. 2nd person)
Iron (pres. prog. 3rd person)
Crash (past prog. 3rd person)
Laugh (going to, 2nd person)
Marry (past prog. 3rd person)
Iron (Pres. Prog. 1st person)
Forget (Sim. Pre. 3rd person)
Leave (pres. prog. 3rd person)
Throw (will, 2nd person)
Freeze (sim. past. 1st person)

Expectations
Get in couples and share your opinion about activities you enjoy on sunny days.
Basic 4
expectations
Be able to speak in any tense.
(present/past/future)
(30 seconds / 8 Sentences)
Use linking words
in normal conversations.
Make WH questions
in a conversation.
Have a natural
conversation.
Combine all the tenses
in a story.
Be able to use pronouns
in a conversation.
Show great energy level and enthusiasm
when speaking.
Pronunciation.
(R/M/W/CH/SH/TH/B/V)
(present/past/future)
SUPER
IMPORTANT!
Remember to bring your homework about the Video Book located in "The Learning Method" according to your level! Keep in mind that Discipline is what will get you to your goal.
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
SMALL
TALK
RECOVERY
TIME
AUTOMATIC
FLUENCY
Linking Words
Stand up Review stars/goals/melody then choose a couple and answer the question. Ask for details using WH questions.
1. Where will you be and what will you be doing in 10 years?
2. What will you do after you finish this English Course?
Wh questions
- What...?

- Where...?

- When...?

- Who...?
- Which...?

- Why...?
- Who...with...?
- How...?

To begin with
,
first
,
then
,
later
,
and
,
after that
,
of course
,
indeed
,
in fact
,
later on
,
to continue.
30
Seconds
Sentences
Your coach will explain the grammar chart. Pay attention and then give out own examples.


















Future Progressive






















REVIEW
GRAMMAR
Have you ever visited one of those places?
1. At midnight we (sleep) ____________.
2. This time next week we (sit) ________ at the beach.
3. (fight / they) _____________ again?.
4.drive / she) _______________ to London?.
5. I (not / work) ________________all day.
6. He (not / play) _____________ all afternoon.

What do you think about those places?
Vocabulary
Review
Check the following vocabulary and use it in a conversation with your classmates.
Where is the best place in your city to take a date?

What can you do if you want to save money and go on a date?

How common are blind dates in your country?

Do most blind dates go well? If not, why not?

What is the best way to meet boyfriends or girlfriends?

Describe your ideal date.

What was the worst/best date that you have ever been on?

When two people go on a date, who should pay?

FUN
Time
Make two teams, and select a leader, and PLAY!
SIMON SAYS
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