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Int3 Weekend 8

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Grammar test
Solve the following grammar test using the grammar you have learned
Review 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:

First, First of all, at the beginning, then, after that, later, however, therefore, as soon as, in the meantime, suddenly, at the end, finally.
45 seconds non-stop
Grammar
Review
ED ending
Rules
Grammar
Review
2
Get in couples, you have one minute to discuss a question for today using the tense learned.

1. Example: what will you do to help your family
when you start working?
2.
3.
Make couples and create a story with the given tense
Point of
View Story
Make couples and create a story with the given tense
Present Perfect/ Simple past
Modal: may/might

kick out
stash
plan
Make couples and create a story with the given tense
Present progressive
Automatic
Fluency
Point of
View Story
Point of
View Story
party
shop for
hide away
clean up
Modals (May and might)
invite over

I eat pizza
You eat pizza
He eats pizza
She eats pizza
It eats pizza
You eat pizza
We eat pizza
They eat pizza
I might eat
You might eat
He might eat
She might eat
It might eat
We might eat
They might eat
I might not eat
You might not eat
He might not eat
She might eat
It might not eat
We might not eat
They might not eat
Might I eat?
Might you eat?
Might he eat?
Might she eat?
Might it eat?
Might we eat?
Might they eat?
Simple Past
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
I may eat
You may eat
He may eat
She may eat
It may eat
We may eat
They may eat
I may not eat
You may not eat
He may not eat
She may eat
It may not eat
We may not eat
They may not eat
May I eat?
May you eat?
May he eat?
May she eat?
May it eat?
May we eat?
May they eat?
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Get away
clean up
plan
return
shop for
hide away
pray
invite over
?
stash
plan
?
?
hide away
?
invite over
Past Progressive
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?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
NEGATIVE FORM:
I DID NOT EAT OR I DIDN'T EAT
Subject + Verb in past
Form:
Subject + Verb to be (in past) + Present participle (ing)
Form:
I was eating
You were eating
He was eating
She was eating
It was eating
We were eating
They were eating
I was not eating
You were not eating
He was not eating
She was not eating
It was not eating
We were not eating
They were not eating
Was I eating?
Were you eating?
Was he eating?
Was she eating?
Was it eating?
Were we eating?
Were they eating?
POSITIVE
NEGATIVE
QUESTIONS
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.

GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Form:
{subject+have/has+past participle}
I have visited
You have visited
He
has
visited
She
has
visited
It
has
visited
We have visited
They have visited
I have not visited
You have not visited
He
has
not visited
She
has
not visited
It
has
not visited
We have not visited
They have not visited
Have I visited?
Have you visited?
Has
he visited?
Has
she visited?
Has
it visited?
Have we visited?
Have they visited?
Positive
Negative
Questions
Contraction: I've visited. I haven't visited
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Present Perfect
Grammar
Test
Solve the following grammar test using the grammar you have learned.
Wh questions
What...?
Where...?
When...?
Who...?
Which...?
Why...?
Who...with...?
How...?
How long...?
How many...?
How much...?
How often...?
Review stars/goal/melody and have all students practice the repetitions
AUTOMATIC
Fluency
Linking words:

Firstly, Secondly, After all, Frankly Speaking,I must say that, even though, however, therefore, as soon as, in the meantime, suddenly, at the end, finally.
45 seconds non-stop
Get in couples, you have one minute to discuss a question for today using the tense learned.

1. Have you ever taken a taken a taxi
that took the long way around?
2.Have you ever heard about superstitions
in your country?

Review the vocabulary, this is everyday's life vocabulary, so it is important that you know it!
New
Vocabulary
Dine out
Restaurants
Order
Reservation
Main Dish
Dessert
Complaint
Book
Appetizer
CONVERSATION
Time
REVIEW
SPELLING
GOAL: Spell your name using both alphabets.
Practice the following, and spell your address
using the Nato Alphabet.

Point of
View Story
Now, with modals! Invent! Be super creative!
Modals: May / Might
?
stash
plan
?
?
hide away
?
invite over
RENTING CARS
TOPIC
WARM
UP
Let's get ready to speak more English. Couple up and answer the following question. Provide a detailed answer!
Do you like to drive or be driven?
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
gerund as subject
A gerund can be the subject of a sentence. It is always singular. Use a third-person singular verb after a gerund.
Driving
is
sometimes stressful.
Voting
is
an important responsibility.
Choosing a candidate
takes
time.
Eating junk food
is
not healthy.
singular subject
Negative form
NOT +
GERUND
Not
EXERCISING
IS BAD FOR YOUR HEALTH.
Grammar
Solve the following grammar test
using the grammar you have learned. Be creative!
TEST
1. ___________ makes me laugh.
2.___________ gives me a headache.
3.___________ isn't polite.
4.___________ is popular in my country.
5.___________ destroys the environment.
6.not ___________ can be dangerous.
EXAMPLE:

Windsurfing
is very exciting.
Play
Role
Choose a partner, a role, and act it out.
Get ready to do it in front of the class!
Rent-A-Car Clerk:
— Good morning. May I help you?
Mary Jones: — I´d like to rent a car, please.
Rent-A-Car Clerk:
— Okay. Full-size, mid-size or compact, ma´am?
Mary Jones: — Full-size, please. What´s the rate?
Rent-A-Car Clerk:
— 78 dollars a day with unlimited mileage.
Mary Jones: — And I´d like to have insurance just in case.
Rent-A-Car Clerk:
— Is there an additional driver?
Mary Jones: — No.
Rent-A-Car Clerk:
— If you want full coverage insurance, it will be 8 dollars per day. It includes collision damage waiver and personal accident insurance.
Mary Jones: — All right. I´ll take it.
Rent-A-Car Clerk:
— Here is our brochure, ma´am. Err... full-size... OK. Please choose a model in this section.
Mary Jones: — How about this one?
Rent-A-Car Clerk:
— All right. How many days would you like to use it?
Mary Jones: — Just one day.
Rent-A-Car Clerk: — May I see your driver´s license and credit card please?
Mary Jones: — Is the international driving license fine?
Rent-A-Car Clerk:
— Yes, it is.
(...)

Thank you. Please fill in this form. Can you check this box, and put your initials here, and again here.
TOPIC
"Superstitions "
Review the vocabulary. Write it down to use it in the next activity.
New
Vocabulary
Unexplained
Unlucky
Coincidence
Unusual
Folklore
Sorcery
Odd
Superstitions
Cross your fingers
Warm
Up
Get in couples and answer the following question.
Are you a superstitious person?
READING
COMPREHENSION
Read the following paragraph, get vocabulary and take notes to answer the question on the next slide.
READING
COMPREHENSION
Answer the questions based on the information from the previous paragraph.
1.More than half of Americans admit to be superstitious.
True
False

2.Halloween was originally an American festival?
True
False

3.Friday 13th is an unlucky day?
True
False



4.Something good happens when a cat walk
across your path.
True
False

5.Walking under a ladder will bring bad things
True
False
GRAMMAR
REVIEW
Your coach will explain to you the grammar chart. Pay attention.
Form:
[Subject + have/has + been + present participle]
I have been reading
You have been reading
He has been reading
She has been reading
It has been reading
They have been reading
We have been reading
I have not been reading
You have not been reading
He has not been reading
She has not been reading
It has not been reading
They have not been reading
We have not been reading
Have I been reading?
Have you been reading?
Has he been reading?
Has she been reading?
Has it been reading?
Have they been reading?
Have we been reading?
Positive
Negative
Question
Present Perfect Progressive
Find the mistake:
Translate:
3. Yo no he dormido toda la noche.
4. Ellos han comprado mucha comida.
1. I have being traveling the last few days.
2. She has ridden my car before.
What is a superstition?
What are the most common superstitions in your country?
Do you think that there is truth behind superstitions?
Do you believe in them or do you think they are just folklore?
Do you walk under ladders?
What do you do when you see a black cat?
Pair up and discuss the following questions, then some people will come to the front and share their thoughts.
LISTENING
Activity
Listen to the following audio and take as much information as you can to share with your classmates!
http://www.esl-lab.com/rentcar/rentcarrd1.htm
LISTENING
TEST
1. Why did the man settle on renting the full-size car?
A. It was roomy enough for him.
B. It was more economical than the minivan.

2. What was one of his major concerns about renting the car?
A. He was only limited to a certain number of miles per day.
B. The vehicle would probably consume a lot of gas.

3. How would you describe his rental car?
A. It was a little larger than he expected.
B. The car doesn't look very attractive.

4. In which situation would the car protection plan NOT help the customer?
A. The car is stolen from a store parking lot with all of your valuables.
B. The driver loses control of the car and crashes it into power pole.

5. What can we infer from the closing statement about roadside assistance?
A. Getting assistance might require some time and patience.
B. The company will compensate you for delays in your travel.
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
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