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					                                   LESSON 21

THINGS TO LEARN :
                      Grammar :

- The future simple tense : Shall / will
Affirmative :
  We’ll have three days free.
Interrogative :
    Will you go with us ?
Negative :
                                                         Functional language
    No, I won’t.
                                                - Talking about future plans.
- The comparative of superiority.
                                                   His parents will go to Aberdeen.
    London is hotter than Aberdeen.
                                                - Naming clothes : .
  - Time adverbial : next
                                                   A dress / trousers ….
    Next week, I’ll go to Aberdeen.



a. Read the conversation then answer the question.

Osman : Hi, Dad. How are you?
Mr toure : We’re all fine. And you ?
Osman : I’m fine too. Dad, next week, we’ll have three days
           free. John and his parents will go to Aberdeen. They
           asked me to join them. Can I go with them ?
Mr toure : Yes, of course. But take some warm clothes. Aberdeen
            is colder than London.
Osman : Thanks Dad. I’ll take care. Bye.
Mr toure : Have a nice stay there. Bye.

1. Where will the Wilsons go next week ?
2. How long will they stay there?
3. Is London hotter than Aberdeen.
4. What will Osman need?




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b. Read then match the clothes with the picture.
dress / trousers / shirt / T- shirt / skirt / jacket / sock/ tie / shoes / boots.




e. Look at the prices and compare.
    e.g. The skirt is cheaper than the dress.
         The dress is more expensive than the skirt.
dress 900 AD / skirt 500 AD
shoes 1800 AD / boots 3000 AD
jacket 2500 AD / skirt 1200 AD
trousers 2000 AD / T-shirt 900 AD.
d. Compare the seasons. Use the adjectives in the box. hot
       st        st
Spring (21 March / 21 June)                                                         cold
Summer (21st June/23 September)                                                     warm
Autumn (23 September / 21st December)                                               wet
Winter (21st December / 21st March)




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e. Find Clara’s questions.

Clara : …………………………….?
John : We’ll be in Aberdeen at about eleven o’clock.
Clara : …………………………….?
John : First, we’ll look for a nice hotel, then we’ll have lunch.
Clara : …………………………….?
John : Yes, we’ll have a walk through the city.
Clara : …………………………….?
John : No, not after lunch. We’ll have a rest first.
Clara : …………………………….?
John : In the evening.

f. Answer Osman’s questions.

e.g. Osman: Will you take your boots?
     john : No, I won’t. I’ ll take my sport shoes
- Will you take your boots? (sport shoes)
- Shall we arrive there at night? (in the evening)
- Will Jenny take her radio? (walkman)
- Shall we have dinner in a fast-food? (restaurant)

g. Reorder the sentences to get a conversation.

Osman : Can I speak to John please?
Osman : Yes, please. Tell him Osman phoned. Can you ask him to
         ring me ?
Jill :  Ok. I’ll give the message.
Jill :  Three-five-eight O-seven one four.
Osman : Thank you.
Jill :  Hold on a minute…
         I’m sorry John’s out. Can I take a message?

h. Read the message and complete the conversation.

Peter,
Harry called to say he’ll
meet you at 18.00
tomorrow.
call him back this
evening.
Alice

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Alice : Hello ?
Harry : Hi, Alice. It’s ……. Is peter there?
Alice : No, ………, Harry ………………..
         ………………………… message ?
Harry : Yes. Tell ………………………….
Alice : Ok, ………....………… message.
Harry : Thanks Alice.
Alice : Bye.


REMEMBER

The short form of shall
and will is ’ll.
       I’ll come with us.
       He’ll come with us.
The short from of shall not is shan’t and will not is won’t.
They won’t come with us.




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