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"Interests" Touchstone 2 Unit 2
Transcript of "Interests" Touchstone 2 Unit 2
Lesson A: "Leisure Time"
Lesson B "Music"
Lesson C "I'm not really into it."
Make a list of five different interests or hobbies that people enjoy doing in their free time.
Grammar: Verb Forms
In this Unit we learn about verb compliments-- verb forms after other verbs or after prepositions.
CAN and CAN'T
Verb Compliments with the modal verbs CAN and CAN'T are formed like this:
subject + can/can't + the base form of the verb
I can sing.
I can't dance.
Practice: Talk with your partner about things you can do and things you can't do. Talk about things that your family members and friends can do.
Verbs of Preference
Some verbs are used to describe things that we like or dislike. These verbs include: love, like, hate, prefer, would like, and enjoy.
Some of these verbs can be used with infinitives:
I would like to eat ramyeon for lunch.
Some of these verbs can be used with gerunds:
I enjoy eating ramyeon for lunch.
Some of these verbs can be used with both:
I like eating / to eat ramyeon for lunch.
Verbs with Prepositions
Verbs that follow prepositions always use the "-ing" form.
I am good at drawing people.
I am not interested in learning about insects.
Page 13, Activity A
SUBJECT VS. OBJECT PRONOUNS
he, she, it
him, her, it
NOBODY, NO ONE
All of the students
Everyone / Everybody
None of the students
Nobody / No one
you a full time student? Or
a part-time job?
2. How many brothers and sisters
your mother's first name?
your best friend
he or she
your best friend
he or she a full-time student?
your neighbor's like?
7. How often
English homework? How long
you and your friends
out on Saturday nights? What
a nice park?
Please turn in your book to page 140 and complete the practice exercise for Unit 1 Lesson A.
UNIT ONE REVIEW
UNIT TWO WARM-UP
"REALLY" makes other words STRONGER
I really like your dress! = I like it a lot.
This spaghetti is really good! = It tastes very good.
You play the piano really well! = You are an excellent pianist.
In positive statements the word "really" can make verbs, adjectives, and adverbs stronger.
In negative statements, the word "really" can soften a negative reply and make it sound more polite.
I don't really like bondaegi. = I don't like that food.
I'm not really into sports. = I don't like sports that much.
Please finish pages 16-20.
SEE YOU NEXT WEEK!
Practice: Use the following structures in practice with your partner:
I'm good / not good at...
I'm interested in / not interested in...