David:What club do you want to join? Lisa:I want to join the chess club. David:Can you play chess? Lisa:No, I cant. Joe:I can.
A: What club do you want to join? B: I want to join the … club. A: Can you … ? B: Yes, I can. / No, I cant. But I want to try. Make a similar conversation in pairs.
a.English club b.art club c.music club d.chess club e.swimming club Listen and choose the clubs you hear.
1.Can the girl play chess? 2.How about the boy? 3.Does the boy like English? 4.What club do they want to join together? Listen again and answer the following questions.
Boy: Here are all the clubs. Girl: What club do you want to join? Boy : I want to join the English club. Girl : Hmm. I want to join the chess club. How about you? Boy : No, I dont like chess. Do you like music? Girl: oh, yes. I can sing and dance. I like music. Boy : Me, too. Lets join the music club.
Can we join the club together ( ) Situation Find friends to join a club together with you. Useful expressions: What club do you want to join? Can you …? Do you like (doing)…? Let s join the … club. Can your friend …? Does he/ she like …? What club does he/ she want to join?
Listen and imitate Section A 2a, 2b. For the new words, have a dictation. Write down the conversation you ve got in the class. If you have time surf the internet and find out other clubs in English.