week 9 unit 5, 6.1, 6.2

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Welcome back!
I hope everyone had a good break last week :)

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The goal of this lesson is to check your understanding of Unit 5 and to start unit 6.

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Unit 5
5.1 Zero conditional
5.2 Speculating and predicting
5.3 Future perfect and future continuous
5.4 will, going to, may/might, present continuous

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5.1 Zero conditional
Action -> Result
If -> Then

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Conditonal clause
Result clause
If you don´t practice,
you will not improve.
They won´t make it,
if they don´t leave now.
If she starts now,
she will finish on time.

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5.2 Speculating and predicting

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Write a sentence about the future using may or might. Then write it again but negative.

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5.3 Future perfect and future continuous
Actions that will be finished
Actions that will be happening
Future perfect
Future continuous

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By August this year, everyone
will have vaccinated.
will be vaccinating.
will have been vaccinated.
will vaccinate.

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In 2042 humans ... to mars on vacation.
will be going
will go
will leave
will have gone

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5.4 will, going to, may/might, present continuous and future continuous

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Liverpool ... Barcelona tomorrow, I hope Liverpool wins!
will play
are playing

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Beyonce is my favorite singer, ... her in concert next week.
I´m seeing
I´ll see

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Write a sentence using going to

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Write a sentence using will

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Wil je meer uitleg over unit 5?
Ja graag
Nee, ik snap alles

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Unit 6 Reported speech
(Also called Indirect speech)

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Reported Speech
We use reported speech to report what someone has said. (You don´t use the exact words they said).

Direct speech -> reported speech
¨We live in Portugal.¨ -> He said they lived in Portugal.

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How to form reported speech
When you change direct speech into reported speech, you change the tense one step back to be further in the past.

¨I am trying to sleep.¨ (present continuous)
She said she was trying to sleep. (past continuous)

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Pronouns change
We are hungry -> They said they were hungry.

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Time expressions change

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Practice 6.1
Do exercises 1, 2, 5, and 6 on page 55 in your student´s book

Tips: Read the grammar builder on page 117. Read the ¨learn this" box, and the ¨look out¨ box on page 55

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6.2 Reported Speech questions
Look at the picture on the next slide.
What do you see?

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Reported questions
Reported questions are just like reported speech. When you use it, you change your tense one tense back, and the pronouns and time expression change.

Where are you? -> He asked me where I was.

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Yes or no questions
For yes or no questions we use if:
(person) asked (me/them/him etc) if

Are you at home? -> They asked me if I was at home.

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Wh questions
(person) asked (her/us/them etc) + Wh word

Where are you? -> They asked me where I was.

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Reported questions
In reported questions the subject comes before the verb, and you drop the auxilliary verbs (do/did):
What do you like to eat? -> She asked me what I liked to eat.

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Practice 6.2
Do exercises 2, 4, 5, 6 on page 57. Bij 4 hoef je alleen de Learn This box in te vullen.
Voor de luister opdrachten:

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