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Signs we see Chapter 3, Book 5A New Welcome to English (Second Edition)
Talk about the signs.
Signs We use signs to tell people rules. We also use signs to give people information. e.g.
This is a No Smoking sign. Signs We usually use can, cant, must and mustnt when talking about signs. It means You mustnt smoke here.
What signs can you see? Teachers Note: You can discuss the signs with students by clicking on the signs on the screen.
I can see a No smoking sign. It means You mustnt smoke here.
I can see an Open sign. It means The shop is open. You can buy things here. OPEN
I can see a Closed sign. It means The shop is closed. You cant buy things here.
I can see a Wet floor sign. It means The floor is wet. You must walk carefully.
I can see a Sale sign. It means You can buy things at a lower price here.
I can see a Welcome sign. It means You can go into the shop.
I can see an MTR sign. It means There is an MTR station. You can take the MTR here.
Where are the signs? Teachers Note: You can discuss the signs with students by clicking on the signs on the screen.
The No entry sign is on the door.
The MTR sign is above the MTR station.
The Taxi sign is beside the road.
The No smoking sign is at the restaurant.
The School sign is beside the road.
The Restaurant sign is above the restaurant.
The No parking sign is beside the road.
The No eating and drinking sign is at the clothes shop.
The Open sign is on the door.
Where can you see these signs? What do they mean? We can see a No eating and drinking sign on the MTR / on a train / at a shop. It means You mustnt eat or drink here.
We can see a Wet floor sign at a toilet. It means The floor is wet. You must walk carefully.
We can see a Sale sign at a shop / on a door. It means You can buy things at a lower price here.
We can see an Exit sign on / above / beside a door. It means You can go out here.
We can see a Taxi sign beside the road. It means You can take a taxi here.
We can see a School sign beside the road. It means There is a school nearby. Drivers must drive carefully.
It means You mustnt go in here. We can see a No entry sign on / above / beside a door.
It means You can get in here. ENTRANCE We can see an Entrance sign on / above / beside a door.
It means You must turn off the lights when you leave. We can see a Save energy sign on the wall.
It means You cant feed the animals. We can see a No feeding sign in the park.
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