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Please ……… if…….
Please call 2669-2669 if you have any information. Call 2669 2669 have any information
Please lend me a pencil if you have an extra one. What is Tom saying? Tom Extra one
Please give me some potato chips if you don’t mind. Potato chipsdon’t mind
Please keep quiet if you want to hear a story. keep quiet hear a story
Please come home early if you can. come home you can
Please may I borrow a pair of scissors if you finished using them? scissors finished using
Please iron this pair of jeans if you have time.
Please may I buy a pair of shoes if they are on sale? buy, shoes on sale
Please give me some food if you don’t mind some food don’t mind
Please tell me if you need help Tell me Need help
Please lend me your game if you don’t play it. Lend me don’t play
Please…. Wanted! Please call if you have any information.
Revision Revision Unit 9 Staying Healthy Unit 9 Staying Healthy No.41MiddleSchool 郑芳 No.41MiddleSchool 郑芳.
Today you will need…… Your math journal A pencil A “Making Doubles” recording sheetMaking Doubles.
Useful expressions in the classroom Bless you ! God bless you ! Can I borrow your scissors, please? Can you lend me your scissors, please? Can I have.
NO YES Question 3 Question 2 Question 1 Topic 1 Next Topic 1.
Problems at school… I can’t see the board. Could you switch on the lights, please ?
FOUNDATION STAGE READING WORKSHOP OCTOBER 29 TH 2015.
Magali Pauzié Magali Pauzié $1,000 $2,500 $5,000 $10,000 $25,000 $50,000 $75,000 $150,000 $1,000.
Grades 4 weeks Can you do it?. Polite phrases When speaking with respect or you want to be nice.
--In a sentence, if a verb is used after the main verb, it can be in 3
Procedures and Rules Mr. Doolittle’s Class. Procedure: how we do the everyday things in a classroom. Rules –get you in trouble if you break them These.
TSA Speaking Skills (Primary 3)
African Walk to School Week. Many African children have to get up early so that they can get to school on time – often at about 5am!
A Study in Symbolism. We’re going to study The Devil and Tom Walker. First, you need to read it. Click Here Click Here to read the story. The Devil and.
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Finding an Unknown Percent What percent of 50 is 15? = Objective - To solve problems involving percents.
Factors Everyday Math Lesson 1.3. Lesson Objectives I can find all factors of a number. I can know and apply multiplication facts. I can write number.
REZA A. FACHRUNAS. SAYING THANK YOU, SORRY, PLEASE AND EXCUSE ME.
Time for Lunch! Created by Beth Vorhaus, (2014) Nashville, Tennessee: Team Tennessee, Tennessee Voices for Children A Scripted Story about Going to the.
Extended Standard : SP.ID.912.1B – Create a dot plot to represent given or collected data. Extended Standard : SP.ID.912.3B- Interpret a dot plot.
notepad Desk Board board eraser Chalk Globe Pocket calculator exercise
1.Why is he late? Please tell me________. Please tell me why he is late. 2. Would you please tell me ? When will you come? Would you please tell me when.
Time Remaining 30:00. 29:30 29:00 28:30 28:00.
Family Related School Related Service Related Friend Related
Module 8. His birthday present is a cinema ticket.
词汇考查 (10 分 ) 1.terrible( 副词 )____2. potato( 复数 )____ 3.badly( 最高级 )____4. weather( 同音词 )__ 5.push( 反义词 )____6. twenty( 序数词 )____ 7.The teacher often w.
Before class: Bring necessary supplies Complete homework As you enter class: Say “hello” to me Sharpen your pencil if needed Fill in your planner Put your.
Doing Math vs. Understanding Math David “Coach G” Ginsburg
Fire drill stories -before drill and take home
Read your mind ???????. Write down secretly a number x which is between 1 and 63 Done Already ????
Produced by the Riverina Schools Project Partnership, 2009 Talk To Me Lesson Fourteen Using Language to Solve a Problem Revision.
Lent - one day at a time!1 Lent Day by day opportunities.
I Can Share Appropriate for Preschoolers Story by Rachel Anderson
CELDT PRACTICE Speaking Version A. SPEAKING CELDT assesses students’ speaking skills in 20 items CELDT divides the speaking assessment in four parts –
Unit 02. Past tense. (1) (A) He is shopping (B) He is paying the bill. (C) He is trying on shoes. (D) She is selling fruit. (2) (A) she is returning a.
Produced by the Riverina Schools Project Partnership, 2009 Talk To Me Lesson Five How To Start a Conversation.
P ERSUASIVE WRITING Advertising. W HAT IS ADVERTISING ? Advertising is a tool used to get people to want to buy something. The main reason ads are created.
Learn useful expressions: look at the pictures and click on the sentences to listen to them.
Can you tell me about this picture? It’s a traditional Korean food, kimchi. It is the most common side dish in Korea.
Lesson Seven Using Good Manners
The Comma Tom Souter. The commas (,) tells the reader to pause between the words that it separates.
1.along time=a short time I waited for Pual for along time, but he did not come 2. another (one more person or thing) would you like another drink ?
Smart Start Week 3. I like red. My friends like blue. What color do you like?
What are some American sports? Football Baseball Hockey Basketball.
Lend/borrow, let/leave, teach/learn. Lend or borrow? Lend: to give temporarily Borrow: to take temporarily May I ____________ your book. I can ____________.
© British Council 2014 Going to school 1.Do you have children at school in the UK? 2.What class are they in? 3.What is good about the school? 4.How do.
Requests with modals, if clauses and gerunds. Requests with modal verbs Can… I borrow your pen? you lend me a jacket? I use your deodorant? Could…
写出下列短语。 叠衣服 洗碗 用某人的电脑 扔垃圾 铺床 扫地 晚归 生某人的气 带 …… 出去散步 购物回来 随时 fold one’s clothes do the dishes use one’s computer take out the rubbish make the bed sweep.
Oh, it ’ s so high. What should I do? out of style 不时髦的、过时的 --My clothes are out of style. --Maybe you should buy some new clothes.
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