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1 Chapter 10 Could Be Able to Have Got to Too + Adjective

2 Vocabulary Preview disappointed - upset or frustrated

3 Vocabulary Preview frustrated Upset

4 Vocabulary Preview nervous Anxious or worried

5 Vocabulary Preview crowded Packed or filled with so many people!

6 Vocabulary Preview difficult -Hard Example: Writing English is very difficult

7 Vocabulary Preview spicy - hot

8 Could Iheshe Couldit go?Yes,itcould.weyouthey

9 possibility or past ability make suggestions and requests conditional of can Could could possibility 1.John could be the one who stole the money John could have been the one who stole the money. 3. John could go to jail for stealing the money. 1.= Present 2.= Past 3.= Future could conditional of can 1.If I had more time, I could travel around the world. 2.If I had had more time, I could have traveled around the world. 3.If I had more time this winter, I could travel around the world.

10 possibility or past ability make suggestions and requests conditional of can Could could suggestion 1.1. NO PRESENT FORM 2.2. You could have spent your vacation in Hawaii You could spend your vacation in Hawaii. 1.= Present 2.= Past 3.= Future could past ability could polite request I could run ten miles in my twenties. I could speak Chinese when I was a kid. Could I have something to drink? Could I borrow your stapler?

11 Could Examples: Extreme rain could cause the river to flood the city. possibility Nancy could ski like a pro by the age of 11. past ability You could see a movie or go out to dinner. suggestion Could I use your computer to my boss? request We could go on the trip if I didn't have to work this weekend. conditional

12 Could I He She Itcould/ couldn’t study. We You They Could he study? Yes, he could. No, he couldn’t.

13 They Couldn’t page 94 Example: A.Could Peter play on the basketball team when he was a little boy? B.No, he couldn’t. He was too short. 1.Could Lisa go to lunch with her co-workers today? busy A.Could Lisa go to lunch with her co-workers today? B.No, she couldn’t. She was too busy.

14 In class: Side by Side – Page 94 #1-9

15 Be Able to

16 Could = was able to were able to Couldn’t =wasn’t able to weren’t able to

17 Be Able to I Washe hewasn’tshe itable to go?No,it able to.we Wereyouyouweren’tthey

18 Be Able to Could = was able to were able to Couldn’t =wasn’t able to weren’t able to Example: A.Was Jimmy able to lift his grandmother’s suitcase? B.No, he wasn’t able to. It was too heavy

19 They Weren’t Able to page Was Diane able to sit down on the subway this morning? crowded A.Was Diane able to sit down on the subway this morning? B.No, she wasn’t able to. It was too crowded.

20 In class: Side by Side – Page 95 #1-8

21 Vocabulary Preview Unfortunately - Sadly or sorry to say

22 Vocabulary Preview examination - exam or test

23 Vocabulary Preview Symphony - music concert

24 Was able to/ could Was able to Could Example: - She was able to go to the mall. - She could go the mall.

25 Was able to/ could Wasn’t able to Couldn’t Example: - She wasn’t able to go to the mall. - She couldn’t go the mall.

26 She Had to Study for an Exam page 96 Wasn’t able to Couldn’t Example: A. Did Barbara enjoy herself at the concert last night? B. Unfortunately, she wasn’t able togo to the concert couldn’t last night. She had to study for an examination (exam).

27 She Had to Study for an Exam page Did Paul enjoy himself at the tennis match last week? visit his boss in the hospital A. Did Paul enjoy himself at the tennis match last week? B. Unfortunately, he couldn’t go to the tennis match last week. He had to visit his boss in the hospital.

28 She Had to Study for an Exam page 96 ~ OR ~ A. Did Paul enjoy himself at the tennis match last week? B. Unfortunately, he wasn’t able to go to the tennis match last week. He had to visit his boss in the hospital.

29 In class: Side by Side – Page 96 #1-8

30 Vocabulary Preview repair - Fix or mend

31 Vocabulary Preview assemble - put together

32 Will/ won’t be able to Will be able to won’t = will not Won’t be able to (will not)

33 Have Got to (I have)I’ve (We have)We’ve (You have)You’ve (They have)They’ve got to work. (He has)He’s (She has)She’s (It has)It’s

34 Have Got to A.I’m afraid I won’t be able to help you move to your new apartment tomorrow. B.You won’t? Why not? A.I’ve got to take my son to the doctor. B.Don’t worry about it! I’m sure I’ll be able to move to my new apartment by myself. (Will not)

35 Have Got to 1. Paint your apartment drive my parents to the airport A.I’m afraid I won’t be able to help you paint your apartment tomorrow. B.You won’t? Why not? A.I’ve got to drive my parents to the airport. B.Don’t worry about it! I’m sure I’ll be able to paint your apartment by myself.

36 In class: Side by Side – Page #1, 2, 3, 6, 8 – Page 101 Read the 4 boxes and you write about when you were frustrated, disappointed or upset about something. What was the problem? How did you feel about it? What did you do about it?


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