Monday, 25 February 2013

SAM

READ THE FIRST PART OF THE STORY
     Sam left his school last June. "You don't like working very much, Sam," his friend Paul said. "What are you going to do now?"
     "I'm going to study music," Sam answered. "I'm going to go to a music college."
     Sam went to the music college, but he didn't study at all. He played games and went to dances. But he never had much money.
     ..........
1.- Choose the correct answers.
  • What did Sam do last June?
    • He started working.
    • He stopped studying.
    • He left his school.
  • Why did Sam do that?
    • Because he wanted to work.
    • Because he was lazy.
    • Because he didn't get on well with a teacher.
  • What did Sam do then?
    • He went to the music college.
    • He went to the high school.
    • He stayed at home.
  • Did he study very much?
    • Yes, he did.
    • No, he didn't.
  • What was his greatest problem?
    • He didn't study at all.
    • He didn't have much money.
    • He didn't have any problem.
2.- There are two sentences in bold in the reading. Both are negative sentences, but why are they different? Take a look this Power Point.
3.- Write the highlighted verbs in the reading in the right column and complete the chart.
 
LISTEN TO THE SECOND PART OF THE STORY

4.- Are these sentences true (T) or false (F)?
  • Sam saw his friend Paul when he had some holidays.
  • Paul was angry with his father.
  • Sam asked his father for 500 pounds.
  • Sam told his father he wanted to buy a violin.
  • His father sent him the money.
  • Now Sam has a violin.
5.-Listen and complete the gaps. Use the verbs below.
 
 answer / ask / go / have / see / send (2) / write
  1. He __________ some holidays.
  2. He __________ home and __________ his friend Paul again.
  3. “Quite well” Sam __________.
  4. I __________ to him and __________ him for 500 pounds.
  5. He __________  __________ me the money.
  6. He __________ me a violin.
6.- Complete the crossword and order the yellow squares. What verb is it? (Clic on the picture)


7.- Now, a new power point. REGULAR VERBS: SOME RULES.

NOW, REVIEW THE STORY. 
8.- Listen and write the dictation.

9.- Put the story in order.
  • He went to dances and played games.
  • He asked his father for 500 pounds for a new violin.
  • He didn't want to work because he didn't like it.
  • He sent him the violin.
  • He had a problem: he didn't have much money.
  • Sam left school.
  • He wanted to study music so he went to a music college.
  • He didn't study at all.
  • He told his friend Paul his father wasn't very nice.
  • His father didn't send him the money.

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