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    • PART IX: CONDITIONALS
      UNIT 21: Present Real Conditionals
    • UnitOverview
      Studentswilllearn and practicepresent real conditionals in statements and questions.
    • Grammar in Context
      Shopping online isbecoming more and more popular as companieswithoutdoorsoffergoods and servicesthroughthe Internet. However; shopping online (orselling online) can beriskybecause of confidentiality and securitywithmoneytransactions.
    • Vocabulary
      Surf (the Internet/Net/Web): to look quickly at different places onthe Internet forinformationthatinterestsyou.
      Dispute: tosaythatsomethingsuch as a fact, idea, orchargeisnotcorrector true.
      Enter: topress “enter” on a computerkeyboard.
      Printout: toprintfrom a computer.
      Precaution: somethingthatyou do topreventsomethingbadordangerousfrom happening.
    • Vocabulary
      Bargain: todiscuss a pricewith a seller in ordertoget a fairorbetterprice.
      Trick: a secretstrategy.
      Vendor: someonewhosellsthings, especially in thestreet.
      Negotiation: a discussionbetweentwopeopleorgroupswho are tryingtoagreeonsomething.
      Crafts: skilledactivity in whichyoumakesomethingusingyourhands.
      Field: a subjectthatpeoplestudyor are involved in as part of theirwork.
      Such as: forexample.
    • ComprehensionQuestions
      Whyshouldyoubesurethatyoubuyonlyon a securesite?
      Ifyouenteryourcreditcardnumber and thesiteisnotsecure, someoneelsecould use yourcreditcard.
      Why are pricesgenerallylowerfrom Internet companies?
      Theydon’thavetopayfor a store, lots of employees, or a large stock.
      Whyis a receiptimportant?
      Ifyoudon’tlikewhatyoubought, you can returnit. A receiptprovesthatyouboughtit.
    • DiscussionTopics
      Whensupermarketsbecame popular; shoppersbegantobuyfrompeopletheydidn’tknow. Theybeganto shop once a week, orevenlessoften. Theresultis more isolation. Will more online shopping mean more isolation, just as supermarketsdid? Is online shopping a positive change?
      Whatprecautionsmust a persontakewithcreditcards, besidestheonesmentioned in thereading?
    • GrammarPresentation
      What’sthedifferencebetweenthefirst and thesecond set of sentences?
    • GrammarPresentation
      In yes/no questionstheifclauseusually comes at theend!
    • GrammarPresentation
      In wh- questionstheifclauseusually comes at theend!
    • Grammar Notes
    • Grammar Notes
    • Quick Pairwork
      Listfivethingsyou do everyday.
      Expandyourstatementsintoifclause (orwhenclause) statements: I get up at six. If I don’tget up at six, I’m late foreverythingelseallday.
      Includesomenegativesentences, and sentenceswithhe/she/it: If I forgetto set my alarmclock, itdoesn’t ring, and I don’tgettoschoolon time.
    • Grammar Notes
    • Grammar Notes
    • Quick Pairwork
      Practicegivingadvicewiththefollowingresultclauses:
      …wear a hat.
      …phone home.
      …don’ttellyourmother.
      Createconditions (withiforwhenclauses) underwhichyoucarryouttheimperative in theresultclause. Examples: Ifit’scold, wear a hat. Ifyouhave a car accident, phone home. Ifyouget a tattoo, don’ttellyourmother.
    • Grammar Notes
    • Quick Pairwork
      Use yoursentencesfromthepreviouspairwork, and reverse theorder, withtheiforwhenclauses at theend.
      Checkpronunciationtobesurethatthereis no pause whenthecommais removed.