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Grade 3 Lesson 5: The Rajah's Rice

This prezi covers the key phrases that are used throughout the lesson. Giving advice and looking forward to doing.
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on 9 June 2011

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Transcript of Grade 3 Lesson 5: The Rajah's Rice

Lesson 5 The Rajah’s Rice Key Phrases: Could you give me some tips?
I’m looking forward to... Let’s talk about giving advice…. How can I ask for advice? Can you give me some tips?
What do you think I should do?
Can you give me some advice?
Do you have any suggestions? When answering, you say… Sure, you should __________.

Sure, I think you should __________. For Example: A: I’m going to Carribean Bay. Can you give me some tips? B: Sure. You should bring a towel and some suncream. With this girl… With this girl… A: It’s my sister’s birthday next week. I don't know what to get her. Can you give me some advice? B: Of course. I think you should buy her some perfume or makeup. Looking Forward to Something To find out what a person is excited about, you can ask them what they’re looking forward to. When asking, we say ... What are you looking forward to doing (_________________)? In the blank you can put a time word. next year
next month
this weekend
this afternoon When answering, you can start with… I am going to_____________.

I am looking forward to____.

I’m excited about_________. For Example: A: What are you looking forward to doing this weekend? B: I’m going to the Seoul Arts Center. A: What are you looking forward to seeing? B: I'm looking forward to seeing the Van Gogh paintings. A: What are you looking forward to doing this summer vacation? B: I am going to take a family trip to Turkey this summer. Book Work textbook p. 77
exercise C with a partner Book Work textbook p. 77
exercise D with a partner
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