How are things at school?
Let’s get ready for the B-day
Read the email and do the task below
I hope, you remember that this Saturday we‘re throwing a surprise B-day party for my brother. Thank you very much that you’ve agreed to help us!
We‘re meeting at 5 p.m. at my place. My brother is having his swimming lesson until 6.30, so we‘ll have enough time to prepare.
Mum is going to make a cake, and Alice and I are going to decorate the room with posters and balloons.
Andrew is going to help us with food — we‘re making sandwiches, and he‘s ordering pizza.
The guests are coming by 6 o’clock. There won’t be too many people — just some classmates and our cousins.
P.S. When are you going shopping for a present? I’d like to come with you too!
Complete the sentences
Look at the diaries and complete the plans
Example: On Sunday Carrie is writing songs with Angie B.
Write your plans for the week. Use Present Continuous
We use will + base form to predict events and to make guesses and promises about the future.
It will be very expensive.
What will happen?
— That won’t work. — No, it won’t.
— Will it work? — Yes, it will.
|Subject||will (not)||Base form|
|I / he / she / it||will / ‘ll||win.|
|we / you / they||will not / won’t||know.|
We also use will V when we make quick decisions and offers.
I’ll take the blue one, please.
I’ll get you some water.
They promise to help
Look and write what the people are saying. Use will (‘ll) + V
What you can do
Now you can:
1. talk about organising a party;
2. talk about your plans and intentions;
3. understand the difference between be going to and will V.
|1. have dinner||5. send an invitation||9. meet one’s guests|
|2. congratulate||6. decorate a room||10. play a game|
|3. dance||7. cook a party dinner||11. make a wish|
|4. give a present||8. get dressed for the party||12. clean after the party|