Published byAshtyn Finnemore Modified over 7 years ago
Prepositions, Sequence Markers and some Adverbs
What did we look at last week?
Prepositions Problematic prepositions In, On, At To For
Sequence Markers Talking about your past to a friend
Giving details about something that happened during a job interview Relating information about your family to your children Telling colleagues about what happened on a business trip
First of all, To start off with, Initially, Then, After that, Next, Finally
Adverbs of Frequency 100% always, constantly usually, normally
usually, normally frequently, regularly often 50% sometimes occasionally rarely, infrequently seldom hardly ever 0% never
Practice Describing a Routine
Morning Routine Vocabulary List Activity One (1) What are some of the daily activities that you do at home? Frist, I usually wake up at 7am. I regularly press the snooze button. Then, I turn off the alarm and get up. I rarely skip breakfast. Sometimes, I eat toast, but most of the time I have cereals and coffee. Next, I shower, shave and get dressed quickly. I never walk to work, I always take the bus. Occasionally., my wife drives me into to the city. After I arrive, I check my s and missed calls. Finally, I have my last cup of coffee and start to work. Activity Two : Watch videos : or Using the vocabulary from the above website, make a list of the daily activities in the videos
Activity Three Watch the video and take notes of the events
Watch the video and take notes of the events Watch it again and add to your list Sit with a partner and compare your lists, did your partner notice something you did not? Choose a spokesperson and share your story
Activity Three Read Vocabulary handout – Giving Directions Use the phrases and expressions to describe your route from 1.work to your home 2. From work to the airport 3. From home to your favourite restaurant Share your route with a partner
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