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f2f ele unit 11 review
Transcript of f2f ele unit 11 review
Those verbs can also be followed by nouns or pronouns.
A new job
Be going to: positive and negative
I'm going to read more books.
I'm not going to eat so much anymore.
We use be going to + infinitive for future plans.
'm/ 'm not
Be going to: wh-questions
What am I going to do?
New year's resolutions
Fill in the blanks.
I'm ________ do more exercise.
We're _______ visit a new country.
I'm ____ going to be so lazy.
I'm ________ loose 15 kg.
These sentences talk about the future.
Take an exam
Get a degree
Study for a final
Fail a class
Pass an exam
Go to college
Might be or going to ?
Going to is used when a future plan is decided.
Might be is used when a future plan is possible, but not decided.
ex. I'm going to church on Sunday.
ex. I might be going to the theater later.
Might is the same for all subjects (I,you,he,etc.)
To make questions we usually use do you think.
ex. Do you think he might come home tonight?
________ going to see the new movie?
Yes, _______ / No, ________.
________ going to study medicine?
Yes, _________ / no, _________.
Are you I am
He is not
2 bed rooms
Fits 8 people
Next to the Beach.
Pool and jacuzzi
20 min from downtown
Fits 12 people
Which one do you prefer?
Need directions ?
Here are some useful words
Where is that?
How do i get to ...
Is there a ..... near?
How far is that?
Want to give directions?
Go over the bridge
It's next to
Pass the ...
It's on your right
Across from ...
Match the phrases.
After some verbs only one verb form is possible.
I want to spend more money.
She loves doing work.
+ infinitive with "to"
Want ( to do)
Need ( to do)
Would like ( to do)
You don't need a house.
He wants it.
What is infinitive
It is when a certain verb and noun go together
The verb work
we use it when we have something planned
It's always good to use compliments
verbs - to
verbs - verb-(ing)
I need to pass my exam