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Oral Activity

The teacher divides class into two teams and write a list of some words / expressions on the board. The teams in turn make sentences using for or since and an appropriate verb in the Present Perfect. Each correct answer gets 1 point. The team with the most points is the winner.

List: two hours, last week, Christmas, last summer, a long time, Tuesday,

a week, three days, 1996, last night, August, five months

Team A S1: I’ve been out for two hours.

Team B S1: I haven’t seen him since last week.

Team A S2: I haven’t had a present since Christmas.

Team B S2: I haven’t worked for last summer.

Teacher: Wrong! I haven’t worked since last summer . Team B doesn’t get a point.

Write what you have already done or not yet done in your life.

Example: I’ve already bought a car but I haven’t bought a house yet.


Affirmative Negative Interrogative

Long form Short form Long form Short form

I will pay I’ll pay I will not pay I won’t pay Shall I pay?

You will pay You’ll pay You will not hay You won’t pay Will you pay?

He will pay He’ll pay He will not pay He won’t pay Will he pay?

She will pay She’ll pay She will not pay She won’t pay Will she pay?

It will pay It’ll pay It will not pay It won’t pay Will it pay?

We will pay We’ll pay We will not pay We won’t pay Shall we pay?

You will pay You’ll pay You will not pay You won’t pay Will you pay?

They will pay They’ll pay They will not pay They won’t pay Will they pay?

Ex. 110. Complete the sentences as in the example:

Long form Short form

1. It _______will ____ rain tomorrow. It ________’ll________ rain tomorrow.

2. I hope you _____________ not be ill. I hope you __________________ be ill.

3. He _________________ pass the test He ___________________ pass the test.

We use the Future Simple for actions which will happen in the future. Time expressions used with the Future Simple tomorrow, tonight, soon, next week / month / year etc., in a week / month etc

is used to express predictions, warnings, offers, promises, threats, requests,

Willsuggestions, on-the-spot decisions, opinions, hopes and fears (especially with

words such as: think, expect, suppose, hope, believe, know and probably.)

Shall can be used with “I” or “We” in questions, suggestions and offers.

Ex. 111. Write the speech situations as in the example:

Prediction, offer, warning, promise, threat, request, on-the-spot decision, fear

Example: “Don’t eat the cake. You will be sick” ____warning_____

1. “I’ll close the window. It’s very windy.” ___________________

2. – I has torn my jacket.

- Don’t worry! I’ll buy a new one. ___________________

3. “Shall I do the washing-up?” ___________________

4. The policeman: “Freeze or I’ll shoot.” ___________________

5. “This basket is too heavy. Will you help me? ___________________

6. “You will soon be rich, my dear.” ___________________

7. “It’s the second bottle. I’m afraid you

will get drunk.” ___________________

8. “Honey, I’ll will marry you soon.” ___________________

Predicting / promising / offer

Ex. 112. Mick Denver is

trying to arrange an

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