WARM UP AND REVIEW:
Good afternoon, students!
Sit down, please!
My name is……………….. Today we are going to work
•How are you today?
I’ m fine, too.
•Who is away today?
Get out your books, please!
Now I am going to give you a form. You should complete
Let’s hear your answers.
•What did you do at last weekend?
•What are you going to do next weekend?
Now open your student’s book at page 18.
We are going to listen to the story about Lucy, Mark and
Then we are going to complete the questions on the
Listen carefully, please! ?
•Did you understand this dialogue?
Write in your notebook:
SHE WON’T TALK TO YOU
•Do you remember what a verb does?
A verb shows the action in a sentence. Can you find the
verbs in the story?
? Hurry up! - ['h?ri ?р] - be quick - [bi: kwik] –
( бъди бърз )
? catch up - [kaetJ ?р] - – keep abreast - [ki:p ?'brest] –
( не изоставам )
? worn out, wear out – [w?? aut] - tire greatly –
[tai? 'greitli] - ( доста уморен )
? come on - [kAm ?n] - to hurry up - [tu h?ri ?р] –
( побързай )
? get out - [get aut] – leave - [li:v] –
(излизам, напускам )
? look out - [luk aut] – be careful - [bi: ke?ful] –
( внимавай )
? find out – [faind aut] - discover - [dis'k?v?]
( откривам, намирам )
These verbs are the phrasal ['freiz?l] verbs. The story is
full of phrasal verbs. A phrasal verb is the combination of
a basic verb and a preposition. When a basic verb and a
preposition are put together and the meaning of the verb
changes we call that a phrasal verb. Here are examples:
? Wear - [w??] = To be dressed in something
? Out - [aut] = the opposite of in
? Wear out = tire greatly - [tai? 'greitli]
?Do you see how the meanings of “Wear” and “Out” are
changed when they are put together?
•Do you have any questions?
•Have you got other new words in the dialogue?
? spoil - [sp?il] – съсипвам, повреждам
? whatshername- [w?tsh?:neim] – оная, как и беше името
? advert - ['aedv?:t] –реклама, рекламиране
? advertisement - [?d'v?itism?nt]
With this exercise you show that you can identify the
English words. And we have exercised the listening skills.
? Now I am going to divide you to groups and you are
going to read the dialogue.
With this exercise we have exercised the reading skills.
? Now complete the questions with will / won’t or /be/
•Can you tell me when we use will / won’t?
We can use will / won’t to say that we hope or predict
about the future. We can also use will / won’t for promises,
and for decisions made at the time of speaking.
I think I will have a tea.
•When we use going to?
We can use going to to talk about plans and intentions. We