Presentation on theme: "Тема: Конфлікти в сім’ї та шляхи їх подолання. (Conflicts in the families and ways of their overcoming.) Мета: Повторити й активізувати ЛО теми. Продовжувати."— Presentation transcript:
Тема: Конфлікти в сім’ї та шляхи їх подолання. (Conflicts in the families and ways of their overcoming.) Мета: Повторити й активізувати ЛО теми. Продовжувати формувати навички аудіювання та діалогічного мовлення. Навчати спілкуванню за темою з опорою на текст, анкету, проблемну ситуацію. Розвивати вміння пошукового читання. Практикувати граматичні навички. Виховувати культуру взаємовідносин, любов і повагу до своєї родини.
Answer some questions just now. 1)Do you get on well with your parents? 2)Do your parents trust you? 3)Do you sometimes talk back to them? 4)Are you often grounded? 5)What did you do the last time you were grounded? 6)Do you always obey your parents? 7)Do you think you are a good child to your parents? 8)Are your parents often nervous? 9)Do they keep their promises? 10)Do your parents always have time to listen to your problems?
1) Put in am, is, are, was, were. 1. Last year she … 22, so she … 23 now. (am, is, are, was, were) 2. Today the weather … nice, but yesterday it … cold. (am, is, are, was, were) 3. I … hungry. Can I have something to eat? (am, is, are, was, were) 4. I … hungry last night, so I had something to eat.( am, is, are, was, were) 5. Where … you at 11 o’clock last Friday morning? (am, is, are, was, were) 6. Don’t buy those shoes. They … too expensive.( am, is, are, was, were) 7. Why … you so angry yesterday?( am, is, are, was, were)
Use the Simple Past or Present Perfect of the verbs in brackets. 1. I (go) … to every play at the local theatre so far this year. 2. My whole family (go) … to the play last weekend. 3. Jane (give) … me a ride home today. 4. (she, give, ever) … you a ride home since she started working in your department? 5. I (fall) … down many times in my life, but never hard enough to really hurt myself or break a bone. 6. Mike (fall) … down many times during football practice yesterday.
3rd CONDITIONAL We use the Third Conditional for imaginary situations in the past. Example: If it had been sunny, we should have gone sailing. (But It wasn't sunny so we didn't go sailing.) We can also use: other modals to show how possible or sure the result was. Example: If it had been sunny, we could / might have gone sailing. the Perfect Continuous Example: If 1 had been feeling tired, 1 wouldn't have been driving. passive forms Example: The medicine shouldn't have been discovered if there hadn't been an accident. would have+ 3rd form If + Past Perfect (Past Participle) Positive If it had been sunny, we would havegone sailing. Negative If 1 hadn't gone skiing, 1 wouldn't havebroken my leg. QuestionIf you had hadwould you havebought the house? the money,
Read each sentence (1-6). Write T for each true sentence (a-f) or 'F' for the false one. 1) If I had had time, I would have watched It's a Wonderful Life. a __ I didn't have time to watch It's a Wonderful Life. 2) I would have recorded the film if my DVD hadn't broken, b __ I recorded the film. 3) John wouldn't have met Linda if he hadn't gone to his brother's party, c __ John didn't go to the party. 4) John would have been happier if he had become an architect, d __ John became an architect. 5) The film wouldn't have been so good if James Stewart hadn't played the part of George Bailey. e __ James Stewart played the part of George Bailey. 6) The enterprise wouldn't have been successful if they hadn't provided such a strong marketing company. f __ The enterprise isn't successful.
Choose the correct form of the 3rd Conditional. 1)If the Titanic (didn't hit / hadn't hit) an iceberg, it (wouldn't have sunk / doesn't sink). 2)If the Aztecs (had defeated / defeated) Cortes' soldiers, the Spanish (mightn't conquered / mightn't have conquered) Mexico. 3)What (happened / would have happened) if Columbus (thought / had thought) the world was flat? 4)If the Tsar's soldiers (hadn't shot / wouldn't shoot) demonstrating workers in 1905, there (mightn't been / mightn't have been) a revolution in Russia. 5)John Kennedy (couldn't be assassinated / mightn't have been assassinated) in 1963 if he (hadn't been travelling / hadn't travelling) in an open-top car.