Unit 5 -free time
Recycle simple present, yes-no questions and short answers using vocabulary about daily activities or free time activities, and time expressions.Recycle Conversation strategy of saying more than yes or no when answering a question.
Lesson “A” Going out
Structure to be presented: simple present information questions
We use informationquestions in the simple present to get specific information about people’s habits.
Do +(+verb present+ c?
Does simple formWhat: we use it to ask about actions
Who: we use it to ask about people
When: we use it to ask for a date
How often: we use it to ask about a frequency of an action
Where: we use it to ask for aplace
On Friday nights
Once a week
Three times a week
Twice a month
SPEAKING NATURALLY- Do you..?
Do you is usually reduced to /d∂yuw/ or /d∂y∂/ in wh- questions.Do you go out a lot?
Where do you go?
What do you do?
Free [friː]: available
Survey [ˈsəːveɪ]: A detailed inspection or investigation.
Relax [rɪˈlæks]: rest
Twice [twaɪs]: ontwo occasions; two times
Once [wʌns]: One time only
Lesson “B” TV shows
Structure to be presented: frequency adverbs
They give us the frequency of an action
• Usually go between the subject and verb
• With the verb be, they go after the verb
• Sometimes, usually, can comebefore the subject
People say sometimes I, more often than I sometimes
Cartoon [kɑːˈtuːn]: a film consisting of a series of drawings in which the people andanimals give the impression of movement a Walt Disney cartoon
Soap opera [soapˈɔpərə]: a drama on television characterized by stock characters and situations, sentimentality, and melodrama.