do the dishes sweep the floor take out the trash make your bed fold your clothes clean the living room
1.After dinner, you need to _____________. 2. After the washed clothes are dry, you need to _______________. 3. If the dustbin is full, you have to ______________. 4. If there is lots of dust on the floor, you have to ___________. 5. After you get up in the morning, you need to ___________. 6. If your clothes are dirty, you need to ___________. 7. If your bike is dirty, you have to ____________. Brainstorm do the dishes fold your clothes take out the trash clean the floor make the bed do the laundry clean the bike
1a What can teenagers ask their parents do? What do parents ask their teenagers to do? Write “parents” or “teenagers” next to each phrase. 1. buy some drinks and snacks 2. borrow some money 3. clean your room 4. invite my friends to a party 5. go to the store 6. use your CD player 7. take out the trash 8. make your bed
1. borrow v. 借入, 借用 ( 他人的东西 ) 常用于 borrow sth. from sb. 。 May I borrow your bike? 我可以借用你的自行车吗？ Jim, I don’t have enough money. Can I borrow some from you? 吉姆, 我钱不够, 我能向你借点吗？ Language points
borrow 与 lend 区别： borrow 表示自己向他人 “ 借入 ” 东西, lend 表示把 自己的东西 “ 借出 ” 给别人。常用结构 ： borrow sth. (from sb.) 从某人借入某物 lend sb. sth.( to sb.) 把某物借给某人 Can I borrow your dictionary, please? = Could you lend your dictionary to me, please? 请把你的词典借给我好吗？
选择方框中的短语, 并用其适当形式填空。 1. My cousin often ________ things _______ me and never gives them back. 2. Uncle Wang is very nice. He often ______ his money ____ those who are in trouble. borrows from lends to borrow... from...; lend... to...
2. invite sb. (to sth.) 邀请某人 Have you been invited to their party? 你接到参加他们的聚会的邀请了吗？ invite sb. to do 邀请某人做某事 He invited us to spend the holiday in the countryside. 他请我们去乡下度假。
Work in pairs to make conversations using: “Could you …? ” or “Could I … ?” between a child and a parent.
Model conversation 1 Parent: Could you make your bed? Child: Yes, I can. Parent: Could you make your breakfast? Child: No, I can’t. …
Model conversation 2 Child: Could I borrow some money? Parent: No, you can’t. Child: Could I take out the trash? Parent: No, you can’t. …
2a Listen and check the things in activity 1a that you hear. 1. buy some drinks and snacks 2. borrow some money 3. clean your room 4. invite my friends to a party 5. go to the store 6. use your CD player 7. take out the trash 8. make your bed √ √ √ √ √ √
2b Listen. What is Sandy’s mom going to do? What is Sandy going to do? What are Sandy and Dave going to do? Fill in the chart. Who What Sandy’s mom Sandy Sandy and Dave invite my friends, borrow some money ， buy drinks and snacks clean her room,use the CD player move the good chairs, clean the living room
go to the store buy drinks and snacks clean the living room take out the trash make the bed do the dishes do the laundry fold your clothes water the plants feed the animal Make a list of the things you do for your parents at home.
After dinner, what would your parents like to say? 1.Could you do the dishes? 2. Could you sweep the floor? 3. Could you clean the table? 4. Could you put the left food into the fridge? Questions How do you answer these questions?
1. — Could you do the dishes? —Sure, Mom. 2. —Could you sweep the floor? —Sorry, Mom. I have a lot of homework to do. 3. —Could you clean the table? —Sorry, Mom. I have to listen to English now. 4. —Could you put the left food into the fridge? —Sure, no problem.
You want to go to your friend’s Jimmy’s birthday party, but you don’t know your parent’s idea. How could you ask them? 1. Mom, could I go to Jimmy’s birthday party on Sunday? 2. Daddy, could I stay out a little bit later? 3. Mom, could I ride a bike to Jimmy’s house? 4. Mom, could I go to the movies after the party? How does your parent answer these questions?
1. — Could I go to Jimmy’s party? — Of course, you can. 2. — Could I stay out a little bit later? — Sorry, dear. You have to get home before 9 pm. 3. — Could I could I ride a bike to Jimmy’s house? — Yes, you can, but you must be careful. 4. — Could I go to the movies after the party? — Sorry, you can’t because it will be too late.
A Dialogue A: Daddy, could I ask you a question? B: Sure, dear. What’s that? A: Could I go to the movies this afternoon? B: Yes. You can. A: And daddy, could I stay out late? B: Sorry, you have a Chinese test tomorrow. You must get home before 7 p.m. A: All right. And could I ride my bike to the movies? B: Sure, but you must be careful.
You are going to have a party. You ask your parents to do something for you. Child: Could I invite my friends to a party? Parent: Yes, sure. Child: Could I /you…? Parent:.... What can teenagers ask their parents to do?
go to the store buy drinks and snacks do the dishes clean the living room take out the trash Talk about these things.
A: Could you take out the trash? B: Yes, sure. A: Could you buy me some gifts for my friends? B: Yes, sure. A: Could you do the cooking for me? B: Yes, sure. …