Review words related to money and currency. Students practice asking and answering questions about things they’ve bought in the past. A role-play activity will reinforce the questions commonly used to ask about the price of something.
Check students’ understanding of talking about the future by reviewing four future forms: will/won’t, be going to, present continuous, and present simple. Students practice using the different ways to talk about schedules and timetables, decisions made in the moment, planned events, and predictions with and without evidence. Consider teaching these…
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Students practice describing spatial relations with prepositions of location: in, on, in front of, behind, next to, and above and practice explaining where furniture in their living room is located.
Students discuss how they keep track of things and learn how to use the present continuous to talk about arrangements with people in the future. Students discuss schedules and will be able to plan a holiday with their partner.
Students focus on conversation and forming dialogue/role-play using the present simple tense for the future as well as talking about set timetables and schedules. You might consider teaching the following Handouts first: What time is it? Scheduling and the 24-hour Clock
Talking about parks and outdoor leisure activities. Example Questions in this Handout What was your favorite thing to do in the park when you were a child? Have parks changed since you were young? How? Is there a famous park in your city or country? Do dogs need to be…
Tag questions are commonly used by native English speakers. They are statements followed by a question tag to check or confirm information they know or think to be true. Students learn how to construct tag questions and practice asking and answering them. Modal and auxiliary verbs are reviewed.