GE|Pre-Int||1. Your life

School marks


How are things at school?

Morning!


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Watch the video, answer the questions



1. What does the episode show?
2. What time do you wake up on weekdays? Do you get up as soon as you wake up?
3. What do you do right after you get up?
4. When do you check your messages and personal accounts?
5. How long does it take you to get ready for school?

Everyday life


Match the parts with each other to get complete expressions

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Complete the gaps with the verbs to make collocations


My sister and I


Divide the arguments into the right groups

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Listen to the audio and choose the sentences Anna talks about


Me?… No, I’m perfect!


Listen to the recording again and correct the sentences

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Read and complete the grammar rule with the correct options


He does it every day


Complete the sentences with the verbs from the list in the correct forms

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go, annoy, drink, have, finish, make, have, annoy, want, live, not like, live



Choose the card and make true sentences about you and the people from your life

I / like (-)
I don’t like milk.

Thomas and Tyler


Listen to the recording and choose the correct adverbs to complete the table

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Thomas

Tyler

combs his hair in the morning

brushes his teeth after lunch

plays outside

goes to bed early

Arrange the adverbs according to the certainty they express


Tyler never gets up early


Complete the sentences using the adverbs of frequency

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Tyler gets up very early.

Tyler never gets up very early.

Thomas helps mum around the house.

Tyler hangs out with friends after school.

Thomas leaves his clothes on the floor.

Tyler makes a lot of noise in the evening.

Thomas annoys his brother.

Choose if the sentences are True or False for you. Change the false sentences so that they are true

I’m sometimes late for school. — It’s false. I’m never late for school.


Different lifestyles


Make true sentences about your and your family’s activities. Use the given expressions or your own ideas

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to comb hair, to go on business trips, to work late, to cook dinner, to tidy the flat, to travel, to visit friends, to have a birthday, to go to the park, to hang out with friends, to call relatives, to go out for dinner


  1. I every day.
  2. My parents every weekend.
  3. My best friend twice a week.
  4. My dad once a month.
  5. My mum three times a week.
  6. My grandparents once a year.
  7. Our family every summer.

 


Make 3 true and 3 false sentences about your life. Your teacher will guess which are true


What lifestyle do you have?


Make questions, then choose the best answer for you

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Questionnaire: What lifestyle do you have?












Read the keys:

You like to take things easy, don’t you? Are you sure that this is your full potential? Try a bit harder, and your teachers and parents will be happier with you.
Your lifestyle is perfectly balanced. You have time for work and for fun. Well-done!
You are too busy! Calm down and relax. Spend some time with your friends and don’t worry too much about the test next week.

Complete the rule

Interview


Ask your teacher questions beginning with How often or What to find out the information about the teenagers

Example:

How often does … V?
What does … do three times a week?

Person

Activity

How often?

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Emily

play football


 

 

stay up late


 

 

tidy her room

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Daniel

every day


 

 

usually


 

 

sometimes

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Lucy


 

get good marks at school


 

play computer games

 

 

three times a week


Take turns asking and answering questions to find out more about each other


1. What _________ in the evening?

2. How often __________?

3. Where ___________?

4. What kind of ___________?

5. Do you usually ___________?

Where are they now?


Listen to the part of the dialogue and choose the correct answers

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Listen and read the dialogue, correct the mistakes


They aren’t reading


Complete the sentences with the phrases from the box, then read and complete the rule

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Complete the rule


I’m having a lesson


Use the prompts to make true sentences. Use Present Simple + always, never, sometimes, or Present Continuous + today, at the moment


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Example:

I / wear pink socks.

I never wear pink socks.

Complete the questions in Present Simple or Present Continuous. Ask and answer in turn


Additional: grammar game


Look at the pictures and find 9 more differences

Example: In picture one the girl is writing a letter, in picture two she is drawing.

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Choose a picture. Your partner asks you five questions and guesses the picture you have chosen. Swap parts

Example:

— Are you a boy?
— Yes, I am.
— Are you running?
— No, I am not.
— Is the sun shining?
— Yes, it is.

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What I can do


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Tick the things you have learnt


Daily routines

1. have a shower 8. watch cartoons 15. surf the Internet
2. brush one’s teeth 9. read a book 16. text
3. comb one’s hair 10. hang out with friends 17. annoy
4. go to bed 11. wear a uniform 18. tidy
5. play outside 12. have a party 19. enjoy
6. go to school 13. go on holiday 20. annoying
7. do homework 14. look forward to 21. wash one’s hands

Adverbs

1. always 3. sometimes 5. never 7. twice
2. usually 4. hardly ever 6. once