Someone miming back from a holiday/boat trip and in conversation with friends said If had a lot of money, I’d buy a boat. Students could discuss their dreams, or could be given hypothetical scenarios such as what would you do if you are a predetermines or a super-hero. E- Give a scenario of (A) Pop star (B) Someone living rough. Does B have a lot of money? No Does A live on the streets? No Where does A live? Can A afford to buy a boat? Where does B live? Does he have money? Is B able to buy a boat? Will A buy a boat or B buy a boat? Why? You should go to the doctor. A- Informative/advice Subject- advice Modal verb- should Verb- go
B- Informative, informing someone, raising concern to see a doctor. C-Students may miss out modal verb should and You. E. G. Go to the doctor. Students may use future continuous tense You should be going to the doctor. D-l have not been able to sleep for the last four days, what should I do? Someone telling a relative/family member/friend about their symptoms and being advised to see a doctor. E- How long have I not been sleeping for? Four days Have I been to see a doctor? No What advice can you give someone if they are feeling ill? She’s a stranger/ She’s a foreigner A- Subject- She- Noun Stranger- Noun Foreigner
Factual statement B- A person that you may not know, someone that you have never seen or spoken to. A foreigner a person from a different country maybe here to work study or settle down. C- Students may use She a stranger/foreigner as pose to She’s a stranger/foreigner. Students may struggle to say foreigner as it is spelt. Foreigner D- Going on a blind date after talking to the person he realizes she’s a foreigner. Going school/college on your first day where you are in a classroom full of (strangers) people that you don’t know. Going to a job interview and the person interviewing you is a stranger.
Talking about when you met someone and you was able to realism by their accent and use of language that She/he is a foreigner. E- When you are traveling on a bus and a person you don’t know sits next to you are they a friend? No Will you talk to them? No Why? Because he/she is a stranger Would you talk to a person walking the street? No Why? Because he/she is a stranger If you are traveling to certain countries what might they ask at the airport? Passport Visa A person traveling to a country for the first time to find work is a? Foreigner My friend is from China he is here for one week is he a stranger? No he is a friend
Why might he have problems with the language and the area? Because he is a foreigner. I’ve just had lunch A- Present perfect Subject I + auxiliary verb had+ time+ past participle B- Related to a recent action C- Students may find it difficult to put had in context e. G. I just have lunch (F) D- I have just been on my lunch break and a co-worker asks would you like to go for lunch? Reply I’ve just had my lunch. When visiting someone and being asked would like something to eat? No I’ve just had lunch E- Is this person hungry? No Would this person like something to eat? No Has this person eaten? Yes What meal has this person just had?