# Unit 5 It must belong to Carla. Section A Guessing games Who is he? He can’t be _______. He could/might be _______. He must be _______.

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Unit 5 It must belong to Carla

Section A

Guessing games Who is he? He can’t be _______. He could/might be _______. He must be _______.

He can ’ t be _______. He can ’ t be _______. He could/might be _______. He could/might be _______.

He can ’ t be _______. He can ’ t be _______. He could/might be _______. He could/might be _______.

He can ’ t be _______. He can ’ t be _______. He could/might be _______. He could/might be _______.

He can ’ t be _______. He can ’ t be _______. He could/might be _______. He could/might be _______.

He must be __________. He must be __________.

He can ’ t be ___. He can ’ t be ___. He could/might be __. He could/might be __.

He can ’ t be __. He can ’ t be __. He could/might be __. He could/might be __.

He must be _____.

He must be _____________.

Can you guess what it is? It could be _________________. It also might be ______________. a white vase two faces

It could be ___________. It also might be ___________. Can you guess what it is? a dog two girls

Could A be bigger than B? In fact, A and B must be ___ ________________. Which one is bigger, A or B? A B the same size No.

Lead-in A: Whose football is this? this? B: Bill’s ? A: It might be Bill’s. Let’s ask him. Bill, Let’s ask him. Bill, is this your football? is this your football? A: Whose football is this? this? B: Bill’s ? A: It might be Bill’s. Let’s ask him. Bill, Let’s ask him. Bill, is this your football? is this your football? might be

C: No, it’s not mine. A: Well, it isn’t Bill’s. He says it’s not his. not his. C: Is it Anna’s? A: Let’s ask her. Anna, is this your football? football? C: No, it isn’t. C: No, it’s not mine. A: Well, it isn’t Bill’s. He says it’s not his. not his. C: Is it Anna’s? A: Let’s ask her. Anna, is this your football? football? C: No, it isn’t.

A: So it’s not Anna’s football. And it can’t be Maria’s. Because I it can’t be Maria’s. Because I didn’t take hers. Then whose didn’t take hers. Then whose football is it? football is it? B: Is it Lee’s? A: Yes, it doesn’t belong to Bill, Anna or Maria. So it must be Anna or Maria. So it must be Lee’s. Lee’s. A: So it’s not Anna’s football. And it can’t be Maria’s. Because I it can’t be Maria’s. Because I didn’t take hers. Then whose didn’t take hers. Then whose football is it? football is it? B: Is it Lee’s? A: Yes, it doesn’t belong to Bill, Anna or Maria. So it must be Anna or Maria. So it must be Lee’s. Lee’s. must be can’t be

Pre-task classify the things What is it? (P34: 1a) What is it? (P34: 1a) Fill them in the correct columns in the chart. Fill them in the correct columns in the chart. clothing Fun things Kitchen things hatvolleyballplate jacket toy car glass T-shirt classical CD soccer skateboarding

Listening and speaking (1b: P34) 插入声音 is her favorite author. 1. Jane’s little brother toy car He was the only little kid at the picnic. 2. Mary book Hemingway

listens to classical music. 3. Carla volleyball she loves volleyball. 4. Deng Wen magazine He loves cats. 5. Grace CD She always

Listening text 插入声音 Girl1: Whose volleyball is this? Boy1: It must be Carla’s. She loves volleyball. Girl1: How about this toy car?

Girl2: Oh, that toy car must belong to Jane’s little brother. He was the only little kid at the picnic. And the magazine must belong to Deng Wen. He loves cats. Boy1: Oh, and look, someone left a book.

Girl2: Oh, yeah… This book must be Mary’s. Hemingway is her favorite author. Girl1: Ok… and how about this CD? Girl2: Hmmm… The CD must belong to Grace. She always listens to classical music.

Practise making conversations Practise making conversations Sample dialogue 1: A: Look! Whose toy car is this? B: It must be Jane’s little brother’s. Because he was the only little kid in the picnic. Sample dialogue 1: A: Look! Whose toy car is this? B: It must be Jane’s little brother’s. Because he was the only little kid in the picnic.

Sample dialogue 2: A: Look! Whose book is this? B: It must be Mary’s. Because Hemingway is her favorite author. Sample dialogue 2: A: Look! Whose book is this? B: It must be Mary’s. Because Hemingway is her favorite author.

Sample dialogue 3: A: Whose CD is this? B: It must be Grace’s. Because she always listens to classical music. Sample dialogue 3: A: Whose CD is this? B: It must be Grace’s. Because she always listens to classical music.

Homework Homework 1Please do more practice as required in 1c on Page 34. Write 3 conversations like 1c in your exercises book.(Pay attention to must / might / could / can’t ) Write 3 conversations like 1c in your exercises book.(Pay attention to must / might / could / can’t ) Prepare for the next period: If you are not sure of something, how do you make inferences? Do 2c on your book. Do 2c on your book.

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