1. SARS is scary, isnt it? 2. We speak Chinese, dont we?
+ eg. SARS is scary, isnt it? + eg. SARS isnt scary, is it?
+ Be 1. You are an actor, ________ _____ ? 2. He is a good boy, ________ ______ ? 3. It was fine yesterday, _______ ___ ? 4. You were studying when I called you last night, __________ _____ ? 5. She is going to visit me, _____ ____? 6. I am Chinese, ______ ______? arent you isnt he wasnt it werent you isnt she arent I
1. It often rains here, ________ ___ ? 2. He likes soccer, _________ ____ ? 3. You have a headache, _______ ___ ? 4. I called you yesterday, _______ __? 1. You will go to America, ______ ___ ? 2. We have ever been to Shanghai, _________ ______ ? doesnt it doesnt he dont you didnt I wont you havent we
( 1. His mother is a doctor, ______ ____ ? 2. The dogs are fighting, _______ _____? 3. There is a boy in our classroom, _______ _______ ? 4. There were many cars in the street, _________ ________ ? 5. There will be robots in our families, ________ ______ ? isnt she arent they isnt there werent there wont there
( 6. Sit down please, _______________ ? 7. Please call me, _________________? 8. Lets go home, ________________ ? 9. Let us go home, ________________ ? 10. Let me see, __________________ ? will / wont you shall / shant we will / wont you
+ 1. You arent an actor, ______ ____ ? 2. He isnt a good boy, ______ _____ ? 3. It wasnt fine yesterday, ____ ____ ? 4. It doesnt rain here, ______ ____ ? 5. His sister doesnt have a headache, ________ _____ ? 6. You didnt call me yesterday, _______ _____? are you is he does it does she was it did you
7. You wont go to U.S.A., ______ ____? 8. There isnt a boy in our classroom, ______ _______ ? 9. There werent many cars in the street, _______ _______ ? 10. Dont smoke, _______ _____ ? 11. Dont lets do it, _______ _____ will you is there were there will you shall we
2a To have successful small talk, both people need to ask questions. Listen to the three conversations. Are they examples of successful or unsuccessful small talk? Write S(for successful) or U(for unsuccessful) in the blanks. Conversation 1 Conversation 2 Conversation 3 U U S
1b Listen and number the pictures above in the order you hear them. 1c PAIROWRK Look at the pictures and make other conversations. You can use the expressions in the box. The train is always late, isnt it? You love violin music, dont you? It looks like rain, doesnt it? A: It looks like rain, doesnt it? B: Yes, it does. And I forgot my umbrella. 1 2 3 n. …… eg. 1) It looks like snow. 2) She looks like her mother.
2b Listen to Conversation 3 again. Put the sentences and questions below in order. a. I hope so. I want to go swimming. b. Yes. It rains every Saturday! c. At Franklin Lake. d. Oh? Where do you swim? e. Do you think itll stop by noon? f. It always rains on the weekend, doesnt it? g. Do you ever go there? A. (Opening Question) (1) B. (Answer) (2) (Question) (3) A. (Answer) (4) B. (Question) (5) A. (Answer) (6) (Question) (7) n. f b e a d c g by noon by: not later than ( … eg. I will call you by 10:00 this evening.
2c PAIROWRK Imagine you are at a bus stop. Make your own small talk. You can use the expressions in the box below. Its really cold today, isnt it? The No. 15 bus stops here, doesnt it? A: Its really cold today, isnt it? B: Yes, it is. I hope the bus comes soon.
Its really windy today, isnt it? Yes, it is. Youre Bens sister, arent you? Yes, I am. The No.15 bus stops here, doesnt it? Yes, it does.
3a Complete the conversation. Write sentences in the blanks. A: This is great weather, isnt it? B: It sure is. But its a little hot for me. A: Oh, I love hot weather.. B: Which beach are you going to? A: Im going to Today Beach. ? B: I usually go to Sandy Beach. A: ? B: No, its never crowded. Well, have a good day! A:. B: Goodbye. Im going to the beach today Where do you usually go Is it very crowded Thanks. Goodbye adj. int.
3b PAIRWORK Practice the conversation in activity 3a. Then write and practice another conversation with your partner. You can use situations like these: Two people looking through books in a bookstore. Two people waiting in line to buy ice cream. Two people alone in an elevator. Two people waiting to cross a busy street. Here are some possible opening questions: Their prices are really low, arent they? This line is slow, isnt it? Nice day, isnt it? n. v. n. adj.