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WEEKEND I3W2D3

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Grammar test
Solve the following grammar test using the grammar you have learned
Review all 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
Wh questions
What...?
Where...?
When...?
Who...?
Which...?
Why...?
Who...with...?
How...?
How long...?
How many...?
How much...?
How often...?
Linking words:

If I remember correctly, To be more precise, I would like to emphasize that, nevertheless, Allow me to say, To be honest, All of a sudden, In conclusion.
45 seconds non-stop
ED ending
Rules
Get in couples, you have one minute to discuss a question for today using the tense learned.

1. Example: what could you do with 1M dollars?
2.
3.
TOPIC
Diseases
Make couples and create a story with the given tense, invent names, situations and then explain what happened.
Point of
View Story
Simple past/Present perfect
Mix

frustrated
convince
Simple Present/Present Progressive
Automatic
Fluency
Point of
View Story
Point of
View Story
get it
change gears
hit the brakes
honk
Mix
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Grammar
Test
Write down the number and the correct answer, you have 1 minute.
Multiple Choice
1. We____ studying this lesson
a. Have been
b. have
c. had
d. have to

2. He _____ a relationship with her
a. had have
b. has been
c. had be in
d. was
Subject + verb (3rd person = verb+s/es)
Form:
I polish
You polish
He polishes
She polishes
It polishes
We polish
They polish
I do not polish
You do not polish
He does not polish
She does not polish
It does not polish
We do not polish
They do not polish
Do I polish?
Do you polish?
Does he polish?
Does she polish?
Does it polish?
Do we polish?
Do they polish?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
SIMPLE PRESENT
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Subject + verb to be (in present) + present participle (ING)
Form:
I am hearing
You are hearing
He is hearing
She is hearing
It is hearing
We are hearing
They are hearing
I am not hearing
You are not hearing
He is not hearing
She is not hearing
It is not hearing
We are not hearing
They are not hearing
Am I hearing?
Are you hearing?
Is he hearing?
Is she hearing?
Is it hearing?
Are we hearing?
Are they hearing?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
PRESENT Progressive
Grammar
Review
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
3. My dog is ____ than me.
a. more intelligent
b. faster
c. the most intelligent
d. the most fast

4. He___ all day long
a. has been eating
b. had eaten
c. had listened
d. has not been
seek
start up
frustrated
convince
get it
change gears
hit the brakes
honk
seek
start up
convince
change gears
hit the brakes
?
start up
change the verbs
invent it!
?
?
?
Recovery
TIME
Discipline check
S1
S2
COMPETITION
Expectations
intermediate
III
Use comparatives
and superlatives
in a conversation.
Be able to use
perfect tenses
(past/present).
Answer questions
using conditional:
Would.
Great energy and intonation when speaking.
Be able to apply
at least 50 phrasal
verbs.
Be able to answer some job interview questions.
Be able to speak for more than 45 seconds and sound natural.
Make couples and create a story with the given tense, make up names, situations and then explain what happened!
Point of
View Story
Simple past/Present perfect
Mix

frustrated
convince
Simple Present/Present Progressive
Point of
View Story
Point of
View Story
get it
change gears
hit the brakes
honk
seek
start up
frustrated
convince
get it
change gears
hit the brakes
honk
seek
start up
convince
change gears
hit the brakes
?
start up
change the words
Make it up!
?
?
?
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Form:
{subject+had+past participle}
I had eaten
You had eaten
He had eaten
She had eaten
It had eaten
We had eaten
They had eaten
I had not eaten
You had not eaten
He had not eaten
She had not eaten
It had not eaten
We had not eaten
They had not eaten
Had I eaten?
Had you eaten?
Had he eaten?
Had she eaten?
Had it eaten?
Had we eaten?
Had they eaten?
Positive
Negative
Questions
PAST Perfect
To express actions in the past before another action
Find the mistake
Grammar
Test
Write down the number and fix the following sentences:
1. I had not eat all day long!

2. I have thoughten of that... and I think you are right.

3. Had you go to the new restaurant?

4. We'd enjoy it, but it was missing something.
Wh questions
What...?
Where...?
When...?
Who...?
Which...?
Why...?
Who...with...?
How...?
How long...?
How many...?
How much...?
How often...?
AUTOMATIC
Fluency

(Mix tenses)
1. Example: have you ever kept a secret?
2. When was the last time you lied? why?
3.
Linking words:

If I remember correctly, To be more precise, As a matter of fact, I am afraid that, Now seriously, all joking aside, well then, in the end
45 seconds non-stop
Stand up and review stars/goals/melody then choose a couple and answer the questions. Ask for details using WH questions.
Get acquainted with the following vocabulary and then make up examples using it!
New
Vocabulary
Sneeze
Symptoms
Flu
Fever
Cough
Illness
Diseases
Booger
Conversation
Time
what are the most common illnesses in your country?
Have you used being sick as an excuse to avoid doing something? tell!
could you be a doctor? Why?
Pair up and discuss the questions. Don't be shy! Share your opinion and use your new vocabulary
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
Trainee: Make couples and practice for today's evaluation.
TIME
EVALUATION
Make couples and create a story with the given tense, make up names, situations and then explain what happened!
Make up a story using the tenses learned.
Be creative!
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