Unit 3 Kenya (12 January)

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Unit 3 Kenya
Unit 3
Kenya

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Homework
Monday 16 January
Paragraph 3.5: 1 t/m 8
Watch: https://www.engelsgemist.nl/must-should-have-to/  Take notes! Bring them to class!!
Repetitie Unit 3
Monday 24 January

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Lesson goals
  • Students:
  • know how to use the modals: can, could, may, might, to be able to, to be allowed to.

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    Today:
    Paragraph 3.4
    • Grammar
    • TASK

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    Kenyan Art

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    A vivid Visual View on Kenyan Art (page 111)
    1. What's 'unprecedented' about this book with regards to how it depicts Kenyan art?
    2. What is the author's opinion on publishers of art? 
    3. Is the author positive, negative, or neutral?

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    A vivid Visual View on Kenyan Art (page 111)
    What's 'unprecedented' about this book with regards to how it depicts Kenyan art?
    It show the uniqueness of the art, and the deeper meanings. It proves that Kenyan art is a lot more than 'airport art': souvenirs bought at airports.
    What is the author's opinion on publishers of art? Is the author positive, negative, or neutral?
    Negative, she thinks that ignore the deeper meanings of African art, and even African art in general.

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    Grammar: Can, could, may, might, to be able to, to be allowed to 

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    Grammar
    Can, could, may, might, to be able to, to be allowed to

    1. (zou) kunnen - iets is mogelijk
    2. je hebt het vermogen/de vaardigheid/mogelijkheid om iets te doen
    3. (zou) mogen - je hebt toestemming om iets te doen
    4. je stelt een beleefde vraag

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    1.(zou) kunnen 

    Om te zeggen dat iets mogelijk is:

    • can        (waarschijnlijk)                                 It can become very cold in Siberia.
    • could    (minder waarschijnlijk).               It could become very cold tomorrow.
    • may       (nog minder waarschijnlijk).      It may become cold, but only if the sun won't shine in the Sahara.
    • might    (bijna onwaarschijnlijk).              It might become cold, but as we are in Zambia that's unlikely.

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    2. vermogen/vaardigheid/mogelijkheid

    Als je iets kunt doen omdat je het vermogen/vaardigheid hiervoor hebt:



    • can                         (present simple)                                            I can wash up the dishes.
    • could                     (iets wat je mogelijk zou kunnen)         I could help if I want to.
                                            (soms verleden tijd van can)                  Forunately I could stop the bus in time.
    • to be able to       (alle werkwoordstijden)                            I am able to help him. I was able to help him.

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    3. (zou)mogen

    Om aan te geven dat je iets van iemand mag:


    • can                             (present simple)                         I can stay out late, my mother said so.
    • could                         (is verleden tijd van can)        I could stay until the morning, that's what she had told me.
    • may                            (formeler dan can)                    You may start the presentation now.      
    • to be allowed to.  (alle werkwoordstijden).        Are you allowed to stay over? Were you allowed to stay over?

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    4. je stelt een beleefde vraag

    Vaak in combinatie met please.

                               
    • can                                                                  Can I have that book, please?
    • could              (beleefder dan can).     Could I have that book, please?
    • may                                                                 May I have that book, please?
    • might             (beleefder dan may).    Might I have that book please?

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    summarizing
    Can, could, may, might, to be able to, to be allowed to

    1. (zou) kunnen:                                              can/could/may/might
    2. vermogen/de vaardigheid/mogelijkheid : can/could/to be able to
    3. (zou) mogen:                                               can/could/may/to be allowed to
    4. beleefde vraag:                                           can/could/may/might

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    TASK

    1. Paragraph 3.4: Exercises 3 + 6
    1. https://engelsklaslokaal.nl/oefenen-met-grammatica/hulpwerkwoorden/modaliteiten/ 
    2. https://www.e-grammar.org/be-allowed-to/ 

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