November,14Topic: “Parties” Objectives: - to listen for gist - to practise social English giving advice,expressing surprise, congratulating people - to practise modal verbs: must should/shouldn’t don’t have to
ALCOHOL BARBECUE CLOSE FRIENDS DANCING FAMILY SNACKS MUSIC PRESENT RECEPTION SIT-DOWN MEAL SOFT DRINKS SPEECH Key words
Listening Passing his/her driving test Retirement Winning a scholarship Getting a job
Modal verbs • Don’t have to • Should • Shouldn’t • Must
Congratulations! • Happy birthday! Have a lovely day! • Well done! You played brilliantly! • Congratulatons! You worked hard for it/them/ • Wow! That’s brilliant! When’s the big day? • That’s really great news! What are they going to call her? • That’s brilliant! You lucky thing!
QUOTE: “No one wants to be at the party he’s at; he wants to be at the party he’s missing.” Jules Feiffer, American cartoonist