Group lessons | El | U1|5. Upside down life

Watch the video and choose the correct options


Select

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Click on the card to knock on the door

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No one is home! Read Emily’s note and answer the questions

  • Where is Emily?
  • Where is the key?
  • Where is the cat?
  • What do we need to do?

Match the names of the rooms with the picture

Use the given words to name the parts of picture. Then click on the hotspots to check yourself

a kitchen | an attic | a living room | a bathroom | a bedroom


Group the activities around the rooms where people usually do them

Words to groups

Click on the cards and do the tasks

Read the rules and memorise them

Adverbs of frequency

Always, never, often, sometimes and usually are adverbs of frequency.

We use them with the Present Simple tense.

They describe how often something happens:

  • Always – 100%;
  • Usually – 90%;
  • Often – 70%;
  • Sometimes – 50%;
  • Never – 0%.

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In positive sentences in Present Simple, we put adverbs of frequency before the verb.

  • My cat never sleeps on my bed because he always falls down.

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Listen to the phone talk and complete the sentences with the correct adverb from the box


Words to gap

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Do the tasks

Student 1

1. Read the rules and then write down five questions for your pair

Making questions

Rules:

  • Work in pairs or in small groups.
  • Roll the dice → Write down the activity.
  • Roll the dice again → Write down the room.

How often do you watch Netflix in the kitchen?

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How often do you:


2. Ask and answer the questions

— How often do you watch Netflix in the kitchen?
— Sometimes!

3. Report to the group what interesting things you found out about your partner

  • Alex always plays online games in the bedroom.

Student 2

1. Read the rules and then write down five questions for your pair

Making questions

Rules:

  • Work in pairs or in small groups.
  • Roll the dice → Write down the activity.
  • Roll the dice again → Write down the room.

How often do you watch Netflix in the kitchen?

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How often do you:


2. Ask and answer the questions

— How often do you drink tea in the kitchen?
— Always!

3. Report to the group what interesting things you found out about your partner

  • Alex always plays online games in the bedroom.

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Rate your progress

Now I can:

  • ask questions about how often people do things;
  • say how often I do some everyday activities;
  • say what rooms I have in my house, and what I usually do there.

Rooms

1. kitchen
2. living room
3. dining room
4. bedroom
5. bathroom
6. attic

Everyday activities

  • eat
  • sleep


Useful language

  • to make food
  • to watch Netflix
  • to play games online
  • to brush teeth
  • to take a shower
  • to hang out with

Adverbs of frequency

1. always
2. usually
3. often
4. sometimes
5. never

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