Thursday, the seventeenth of October. Classwork. â€œLeisure time activities with friendsâ€. Objectives. To talk about some leisure time activities To recollect disjunctive questions To discuss some proverbs To improve reading, listening and speaking skills. Disjunctive questions
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“Leisure time activities with friends”
A disjunctive question consists of two parts. The first part is a declarative sentence, the second – a short general question. The second part consists of the subject expressed by the personal pronoun corresponding to the subject of the first part and of the auxiliary or modal verb. If the first part of a disjunctive question is affirmative, the second is negative; if the first is negative, the second is affirmative.
e.g. You always help me, don’t you?
He does not work in an office, does he?
“Pupils’ leisure time activities”
Match the Ukrainian equivalent to the proverbs
1. A friend in need is a friend indeed
2.To the world you may be just one person, but to one person you may be the world
3. A friend to all is a friend to none
А) Друг усім – нічий друг.
B) Друзі пізнаються в біді.
C) Для світу ти просто людина, та для однієї людини ти цілий світ
1. A friend in need is a friend indeed.
2. A friend to all is a friend to none.
3. To the world you may be just one person, but to one person you may be the world.
“Can you be a real friend?”
1.Jealous – ревнивий
2. To make an excuse – вибачатись
3. To interrupt - перебивати
1.Your friend wants to borrow your new computer game but you don’t want to give your CD to anyone. What do you say?
a)Sorry, but I don’t like to give my CDs to anyone.
b) Yes, of course .
c)Buy your own CD.
2. Your friend made a new acquaintance and tries to introduce his new friend to you. You’ll:
a)Do it easily
b) Pretend you feel good, but feel jealous
c) Say you don’t want to make the acquaintance
3.You are at home and feel tired. Your friend phones and asks you to go out. You’ll:
Go out easily
Explain that you are tired and say “no”
Explain you are tired and invite him to come to your place
4. You are very busy at the moment. Your friend phones and tells he need your help. You’ll:
Hurry up to your friend
Explain that you’re busy but in an hour or two you’ll visit him
Make an excuse and explain that you don’t like when someone interrupts you in a work that is important to you
a)1 b)2 c)0
a)2 b)1 c)0
a)0 b)2 c)1
a)2 b)1 c)0
6 -8 You’re a real friend. You’re kind and helpful.
3-5 You can be a good friend, but try to be less selfish.
0 – 2 Oh no… You’re too selfish! Friends are important in everyone’s life. If you want to have a real friend you should be more helpful and kind to others.
To write a short composition
“ How I spend leisure time with my friends”