a3c week 6

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He ..... weight bit by bit

Slide 1 - Open vraag

sb p58
read lie, lie, lie

Is there anything that surprises you?
There is also such a thing as a 'white lie'. 
Do you know what this is?

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

sb p58
read lie, lie, lie

Is there anything that surprises you?
There is also such a thing as a 'white lie'. 
Do you know what this is?

Slide 3 - Tekstslide

He....eating fast food too.

Slide 4 - Open vraag

It's something I......to do for a long time.

Slide 5 - Open vraag

we....less food and exercising more.

Slide 6 - Open vraag

It....easy, he adds...

Slide 7 - Open vraag

in the remaining time
do: sb p41
revise: theory on wb pp108/109

This is your homework too, so write it in your plenda!

Slide 8 - Tekstslide

sb p41 ex 1
1. down
2. dumps
3. top
4. over
5. nine
6. blue

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

sb p41 ex 2
1. kindness
2. necessity
3. laziness
4. happiness
5. properity
6. ability

Slide 10 - Tekstslide

sb p41 ex 3
1. commitment
2. discipline
3. stamina
4. self-reliance
5. team spirit
6. self-esteem

Slide 11 - Tekstslide

sb p41 ex 4
1. extremely
2. quickly
3. clearly
4. incredibly
5. really
6. clearly

Slide 12 - Tekstslide

sb p41 ex 5
1. have tried (so far this year  the year isn’t over yet and you could try more)
2. wore (irr verb)
3. have wanted
4. watched
5. found (irr verb)
6. has won (irr verb)
7. was
8. fell (irr verb)
9. haven’t become (irr verb)
10. have got

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

sb p41 ex 6
1. I have never swum in the sea. (irr verb)
2. Did you drive or walk to school today? (the driving/walking is completed, so past simple, although there is the word ‘today’. You won’t be going again!)
3. She hasn’t won any games yet. (irr verb)
4. They beat our team in the last match. (irr verb)
5. I didn’t do any sport last year.
6. Have you ever ridden a mountain bike? (irr verb)

Slide 14 - Tekstslide

sb p41 ex 7
1. Have been playing
2. Has been running / have been running (team: singular and plural both okay!)
3. Have just joined
4. Have been practicing (just joined, so right up to now you have been practicing)
5. Have always dreamed
6. Has been
7. Has been encouraging
8. Has been watching
9. Has always believed
10. Have already forgotten

Slide 15 - Tekstslide

For Valentine's day....
I get the impression that in general you are working seriously during these online lessons. There is no homework for after the break :) 
 I feel you have deserved a funny video, no assignment connected! :)
Dating tips for guys.... Still single? Pay attention... 

Slide 16 - Tekstslide

Slide 17 - Video

Answers to Serious Ocean
1. Youngest team to sail around Cape Horn.
2. Practise for when something really happens.
3. To prepare the teens for the real adventure.
4. Not having enough space.
5. A wilderness which has not been changed or damaged by people.
6. No, they were brought there.
7. The beavers are deforesting large areas.
8. They have been the worst sufferers from seasickness.
9. Two teams, four hours.
10. Going to the toilet.
11. –
12. 28 days
13. Sybil: in the early days she was full of anger and hostility  now relaxed and just takes it

Slide 18 - Tekstslide

Jonah will do his homework tonight.
Jonah is going to do his homework tonight.

Is there any difference in meaning? Or do they mean exactly the same? 

Slide 19 - Tekstslide

The answer....
Jonah will do his homework tonight.
(He PROBABLY will, but we're not sure. We are making a prediction)
Jonah is going to do his homework tonight.
(It's is pretty certain he will. It's his intention.)

Slide 20 - Tekstslide

So we can use be (is/am/are) going to + infinitive for intentions, but we can also it for predictions...
It will rain tomorrow.
It is going to rain tomorrow.

Which is more certain?

Slide 21 - Tekstslide

The answer....
It will rain tomorrow. (a general prediction)
It is going to rain tomorrow. (there is evidence...)
So: be going to + infinitive where there is evidence and so it's pretty certain this will happen.

Slide 22 - Tekstslide

Compare (write these sentences in your notebook!)
I will finish this drawing tomorrow.

I will have finished this drawing tomorrow.

What's the difference?

Slide 23 - Tekstslide

The difference:
I will finish this drawing tomorrow.
                 today                                      tomorrow
                                                                                             --> finish
                                               I will have finished this drawing tomorrow.
Today                     finish drawing                                    tomorrow           

Slide 24 - Tekstslide

The difference (in your notebook!)
I will finish this drawing tomorrow.
--> the action won't have been completed BEFORE tomorrow.
will finish = future simple

          I will have finished this drawing tomorrow.
--> the action will have been COMPLETED BEFORE tomorrow
will have finished = future perfect

Slide 25 - Tekstslide

Formula for future perfect simple:
write this formula in green in your notebook and use the different colours like I have done
will have + past participle (volt dlw)
(remember: Past participle: verb+ed or 3rd column for irr verbs)
We have finished = present perfect simple
We will have finished = future perfect simple

Slide 26 - Tekstslide

I will have finished this drawing tomorrow.


I will be finishing this drawing tomorrow.

What's the difference in meaning?

Slide 27 - Tekstslide

The difference in meaning:
I will have finished this drawing tomorrow.

--> it will be finished by tomorrow

I will be finishing this drawing tomorrow.
--> the finishing will be IN PROGRESS tomorrow
will be finishing --> future continuous

Slide 28 - Tekstslide

check hw and/or set hw
study: today's notes on future perfect and future continuous

wb p28 ex 1 + 2
wb p31 ex 3

Slide 29 - Tekstslide

we still have some work to check...
a quick recap: --> this info is all on wb p110

* will for predictions, promises, hopes and uncertain future facts
(Fortuna will win tonight; I will help you; I think Jason will come round tomorrow.)
* present simple for timetables, schedules and calendars (The bus comes at 6 p.m.)
* be going to  for intentions and for predictions with evidence
(We are going to watch a film tonight; It looks like it is going to snow.)
* present continuous for arrangements (things have already been discussed and/or organised)
(I am travelling to Rome next week. --> you have a ticket and booked a hotel etc)
* might/may to show sth in the future isn't certain (I might pass my driving test next week.)

Slide 30 - Tekstslide

wb p29 ex 1
1. a. is coming (a taxi does NOT have a schedule!)
b. comes (scheduled, so we use present SIMPLE)
2. a. is going to win (evidence, so pretty certain)
b. will win (a prediction without evidence)
3. a. will (for expressing hopes we often use will)
b. am going to see (intention)
4. a. am helping (an arrangement: present continuous)
b. might (it depends on indicates uncertainty; there is a condition)
5. a. am going to travel (intention)
b. am travelling (arrangements have already been made: I have the tickets)

Slide 31 - Tekstslide

wb p29 ex 2
1. are getting (it has already been arranged)
2. are going to start (intention)
3. is going to be (“intention”)
4. won’t use (“that you THINK”, so a prediction)
5. will be (“hopefully”)
6. are meeting (has already been arranged)
7. is going to be / will be / ‘ll be
8. will be able to (“I think”, so a prediction)

Slide 32 - Tekstslide

wb p29 ex 3
a. 4, 8
b. 5
c. 2, 3
d. 1, 6
e. 7 (although a weather forecast isn’t complete certain, so ‘will’ can also be used here)

Slide 33 - Tekstslide

wb p29 ex 4
1. Are you coming (are you going to come is also correct)
2. Will be (not sure)
3. Are going to take (intention)
4. Will understand (“hoping”)
5. Are going to explain (intention)
6. Are going to close (present evidence, so pretty certain)
7. Is closing (an arrangement that has already been made, it’s next month)
8. Will use (are going to use is also correct)
9. Will be able to come (“hope”)

Slide 34 - Tekstslide

future continuous/future continuous 
All this info is on wb p111
Future continuous: something will be in progress at a certain time in the future. 
(I will be doing my driving test this time next week.)
Future perfect: something will be completed at a certain moment in time.
(I will have passed my driving test this time next week.)

Slide 35 - Tekstslide

wb p31 ex 3 --> I think this is the only exercise that you have had to do on this page, right?
1. Will be driving (the driving will be ongoing)
2. Will have doubled by (by means ‘no later than’)  the doubling will have been completed
3. Will soon be using mobile phones to pay… (the using will be ongoing)
4. The world will have used up most of the… (the using up of most of the remaining oil will have been completed)
5. The US will have become (no later than 2050 it will (then) be the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world)
6. We will not be living (it will not be in process/ongoing in a hundred years from now)
7. My sister will not have paid off her student loan (only 20 years after she has finished university, will she have completed paying back her loan)
8. I will be waiting for you on …. (in progress when the train arrives)

Slide 36 - Tekstslide

sb p46 ex 4
1. Opinion
2. Opinion
3. Fact
4. Speculation
5. Fact
6. Opinion
7. Fact
8. speculation

Slide 37 - Tekstslide

sb p46 ex 5
1. in
2. against
3. to
4. on
5. on
6. up
7. about

Slide 38 - Tekstslide

sb p46 ex 10
1. think
2. reckon
3. if you ask me
4. concerned
5. would be
6. sure
7. I was thinking
8. Great idea

Slide 39 - Tekstslide

Next week: SO words

Slide 40 - Tekstslide

Third exercise, with explanation. The clues are in bold and underlined.
Remember I (tell --> told) you Jenny (want --> wanted) to go to a different gymnastics club when I (visit --> visited) you in December? Well, her new club (be --> has been) great so far (starting from when she joined until now). A month ago she (have -->  had) an introductory lesson. She (meet --> met ) the two trainers and (get --> got) a tour around the sports facility. Her team mates are good fun and she (make --> has made) lots of new friends (--> up to now; she could still make more friends!). Yesterday she (go --> went) on a trip to the Efteling with her team mates and she (ride --> rode) on the fastest rollercoaster they have there. She (think --> thought) it was absolutely fantastic and she (not / stop --> hasn't stopped) talking about it since then.

Slide 41 - Tekstslide

20 April
Everyone at home: send me a photo of wb p36

Slide 42 - Tekstslide

wb p36 - EVERYONE

Slide 43 - Open vraag

sb p58
Read 'Lie, lie, lie'

Is there anything which surprises you?
Which bullet point is NOT true?
There is also such a thing called a 'white lie'. 
Do you know what this is?

Slide 44 - Tekstslide

Slide 45 - Video

sb p58/59
listening exercise 2, 3, 7
Ex 2: First read statements 1-6. 
Then listen and match them to the three speakers.

Slide 46 - Tekstslide

Now send me a photo of your homework: ex 5 and 8

Slide 47 - Open vraag

revision of 1st and 2nd conditionals
ppt, quick practice with a few sentences
Then: do sb p58 ex 4
Unless: means 'if not'. 
Unless it rains, we will go to the beach.
(= if it doesn't rain, we will go to the beach. --> note that if you start the sentence with unless, you also need to use a comma!)

Slide 48 - Tekstslide

now we will check your hw
sb p58 ex 5 and sb p59 ex 8.
Turn taking.

Slide 49 - Tekstslide

homework for Tue 18 May
do: sb p59 ex 6
study: words 'admit - speeding fine'
study: wb p112 first and second conditional (you do not have to do the exercises!)

Slide 50 - Tekstslide