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Para estos días he decidido que comencemos una unidad nueva así que vamos con la 6. En esta unidad vamos a tratar principalmente:

Vocabulary:    Opposite verbs and modifiers.
Grammar:       Will / Won’t (Predictions and other uses)


WEEK 1

Como es jueves vamos a hacer algo ligero de vocabulario y algo de lectura. El lunes hablamos de cómo ha ido.

Open your books on page 243 to start working with the vocabulary: Opposite verbs.

a Match the verbs and photos.
b Find the opposite verbs in the list write them in the opposite column.

Then go to page 85 and read the article: “Why negative thinking can be positive”:

5b Read the article and check. What is defensive pessimism?
5c Complete these sentences from the article with the same word.
5d What do these sentences mean?



WEEK 2

Finish the vocabulary activities on page 92

  • 1a Write the opposite verb for each phrase
  • 1b Complete the sentences with the correct form of the opposite verb…

We are going to start with grammar now, go back to page 84.
(GRAMMAR will / won’t for predictions.)

  • 2a Read the conversations. Label the responses.
  • 2d Look at the You say responses again. Are they present or future?

Now go to page 222. Study the first section 6A Will / Won’t (Predictions).

When we want to express a prediction we often use “WILL” or “WON’T” (negative).
The structure with “WILL” is the following:

SUBJECT   +   WILL   +   INFINITIVE + …
YOU   +   WILL   +   STUDY + …

Will often goes with: I THINK…  /  I DON’T THINK…  /   I’M SURE
I think + I + will + fail. 
I don’t think + he + will + run.
I’m sure + they + will + finish.

Now finish the activities on page 223:

  • 6a Write sentences and questions with will/won’t. Use contractions.
  • 6b Complete with will + a verb from the list.

Now go back to page 92:

  • 2a Write predictions with the words in brackets and will / won’t.
  • 2b Complete the conversations with a verb from the list and will / won’t.
  • 2c Look at the picture write the predictions with the words in brackets.


WEEK 3

Page 86

1 READING & WRITING.

  • 1b. Read the article. Complete it with the time expressions.
  • 1c. Read the article again and answer the questions
  • 1d. Now listen to part of a news programme about Steve and Carmen and answer the questions. What happened…?

Page 87

4 VOCABULARY & SPEAKING.

  • 4a. Look at the sentences. What’s the difference between come and come back?
  • 4b. Complete 1-6 with a phrase from the list.

Page 95

3. VOCABULARY

  • 3a. Match the sentences 1-6 to a-f
  • 3b. Complete the puzzle.

EXAM PREPARATION

Part 1

Part 2

Part 3

Part 4

Part 5



FIRST WEEK (ONLINE SESSIONS)

Page 94

1b – Are these sentences promises (P), decisions (D) or offers (O)?
1c – Complete the sentences with will, won’t, or shall and the verb in brackets.
1d – Write a sentence for each picture. Use Shall I / I’ll / I won’t.

Page 223

6Ba – Match the sentences
6Bb – Complete the sentences with will / won’t (or shall) + a verb.


SECOND WEEK (ONLINE SESSIONS)

Page 223

6Ca – Complete the questions with one word.
6Cb – Read the conversation. Put the verb in the correct form.

Pages 96-97

1a – Circle a, b, or c.
1b – Complete the conversations with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
1c – Complete the text with the correct form of the verbs.

2b – Complete the conversations with the words in brackets in the correct order and tense.


THIRD WEEK (ONLINE SESSIONS)

Page 91

CAN YOU – Understand this text. (a & b).


FOURTH WEEK (ONLINE SESSIONS)

Page 106-107

1a – Circle the correct verb.
2a – Complete the sentences with the adjective and the correct form of the verb.
2c – Complete the sentences with a word from the list + to and the verb in brackets.
2d – Read the conversations. Re-order the words to make answers.

Page 108-109

1a – Match the sentences
1b – Circle the correct words.
2a – Complete the sentences with the -ing form of the verb in brackets.
2c – Complete the text with the -ing form.


FIFTH WEEK (ONLINE SESSIONS)

Page 101

2c – Listen again and choose a, b or c.

Bank of Happiness

SIXTH WEEK (ONLINE SESSIONS)

Page 122

1a – Read the problems A-G. Complete the advice in 1-7 with should/shouldn’t.
1b – Rewrite the sentences with should or shouldn’t.

Page 124

1a – Match 1-6 to a-f to make sentences.
1b – Circle the correct words.
1c – Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb in brakets.

Page 125

2a – Complete the sentences with a verb from the list.
2b – Complete the sentences with the bold verbs of the correct tense
.


SEVENTH WEEK (ONLINE SESSIONS)

Page 136

1a – Complete the cossword
1c – Complete the sentences with the missing animal.

Page 137

3a – Circle the correct words.
3b – Complete the second conditional sentences with the correct form of the verbs…

If you feel brave enough...

Page 138

1a – Complete the conversations with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.
1c – Complete the sentences with the correct form of the words in brackets…


EIGHTH WEEK (ONLINE SESSIONS)

Page 149

2d – Make five true sentences using the words in the chart.
2e – Look at the two sentences below and answer the questions.

Page 157

3a – Circle the correct words.
3b – Write sentences and questions in the present or past passive.
3c – Complete the conversation with a verb from the list.
3d – Write sentences about the inventions.


NINTH WEEK (ONLINE SESSIONS)

Page 154-155

1b – Complete the sentences with a verb from the list.
1c – Complete the conversations with a phrasal verb from the list.
2a – Match 1-7 to a-g to complete the sentences.
2c – Rewrite the sentences with a pronoun. Change the word order if necessary.
2d – Complete the questions with a phrasal verb from the list.

Page 150

Grammar – Circle a, b, or c.
Vocabulary – a and b


TENTH WEEK (ONLINE SESSIONS)

Page 184

1a – Match the direct speech to the reported speech.
1b – Complete the reported speech.
1c – Write the sentences in direct speech. (Change them back to normal)

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