How are things at school?
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?
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.
Make true sentences about your and your family’s activities. Use the given expressions or your own ideas
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
Make 3 true and 3 false sentences about your life. Your teacher will guess which are true
Ask your teacher questions beginning with How often or What to find out the information about the teenagers
How often does … V?
What does … do 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 ___________?
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.
Choose a picture. Your partner asks you five questions and guesses the picture you have chosen. Swap parts
— Are you a boy?
— Yes, I am.
— Are you running?
— No, I am not.
— Is the sun shining?
— Yes, it is.
What I can do
Tick the things you have learnt
|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|
|1. always||3. sometimes||5. never||7. twice|
|2. usually||4. hardly ever||6. once|