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  • 2st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – June 1 Luiza Collet – 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2Nd Quarter – June CONTENT -Hotspot 4  Unit 10 - Talking about hypothetical situations using the second conditional.  Unit 11 – Speculating about the future using “may” and “might”.  Unit 12 – Skills: cross cultural. -Grammar Gym 3  Unit 4 – Zero, First and Second Conditional. HotSpot - Unit 10 GRAMMAR  SECOND CONDITIONAL Use We use the “second conditional” to talk about present or future situations that are hypothetical, impossible or unlikely (not probable). Ex.: If I saw a ghost, I would scream. If I won the lottery, I would be rich. If I were a bird, I would fly. Form IF + PAST SIMPLE CONDITION Ex.: + WOULD/WOUDN’T + INFITIVE RESULT If I saw a ghost , I would scream.
  • 2st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – June I would scream if a saw a ghost. (We don’t use comma when the condition comes after the result). 2 • Handling conditional sentences, we can use "were" for all people, especially in the first person. If I were rich I would travel a lot. Would =‘d If you were rich you would travel a lot. If she were rich she would travel a lot. If we were rich we would travel a lot. We can not abbreviate with names: If you did that, she’d be sad. If you did that, Julia would be sad. If they were rich they would travel a lot. VOCABULARY   Flat-screen TV = (TV de tela plana). Lift (British English) = (elevador) elevator (American English).
  • 2st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – June 3 EXERCISES 1. Write the name of the picture. 1) _________________________ 2) _________________________ 3) _________________________ 4) _________________________ 5) _________________________ 6) _________________________ 7) _________________________ 2. Write four sentences in the second conditional based on the images. _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________________________
  • 2st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – June 3. Use the correct form of the verbs in brackets to complete the second conditional sentences. Use the short form when possible. 4 HotSpot - Unit 11 GRAMMAR MAY/ MIGHT  Use We can use “may” or “might” (synonyms) to make speculations about the future. We use to talk about something that we “think” it could happen, but we are not sure. Form MAY OR MIGHT + INFINITIVE Ex.: I may/ might go. I may/ might not go. Compare: “going to” and “may/might” I am going to the party. (Certainty) I am not going to the party. (Certainty that not) I might go to the party. (Maybe) I might not go to the party. (Maybe not)
  • 2st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – June VOCABULARY 5           Lack of= (falta de...) Nephew = (sobrinho). Shanty town = (favela). Warmth = (calor). Fewer/ less = (menos, antônimos de “more”, mas com diferentes sentidos). Local = from the place near you (local). Global warming = an increase in the earth’s temperature (aquecimento global). Eco-friendly = not harmful or dangerous environment. Harmful = (prejudicial). Environment = (ambiente). We use FEWER with countable nouns. Ex.: There are fewer cars. We use LESS with uncountable nouns. Ex.: There is less traffic. EXERCISES 1. Complete the sentences with the words in the box. a) Ice in the North Pole is melting because of _________________. b) The neighbours in our _________________ area are very friendly. c) The _________________ destroyed all the trees in our garden. d) This is an _________________ washing machine. It doesn’t use much energy. hurricane – eco-friendly –global warming – local 2. Choose the correct words to finish the sentences.
  • 2st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – June 6 3. Complete sentences. Use may or might with the infinitive. a. b. c. d. e. f. Children ___________________ (have) lessons online. Cars ___________________ (be) much faster. Global warming ___________________ (get) worse. We ___________________ (have) robot teachers. People ___________________ (live) in small communities. We ___________________ (grow) our own food again. HotSpot - Unit 12 VOCABULARY          Wrist = (pulso) Work out answers = (resolver as respostas) Low mark = (nota baixa) Wipe off = (limpar) Lap = (colo) Palm = (palma da mão) Neat = tidy (ordenado) Wiper = (para-brisa) Flood = (inundação, dilúvio) EXERCISES 1. Read the text in Karina‘s blog and answer the questions bellow. Hi, Today we’re going to talk about the future in our blog… In the future people may take better care of the environment, making more eco-friendly things, like bags, cars, computers… everything! If people take care of the environment, people will live with more health! They might decrease the number of animals at risk of extinction. It would be very nice. They may learn how to treat animals and plants in the best way, and they might know more about them. People may make the hurricanes, floods and all those natural disasters stop. Life might grow with that, and people may live more. If people live more, they will have time to do more things, like help each others. Wouldn’t it be nice? I really think that life in the future will be better. What do you think? Bye!
  • 2st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – June 7 a. According to Karina, life will be better or worse in the future? _____________________________________________________________________________ b. What does Karina think people will do to take care of the environment? _____________________________________________________________________________ c. If people take care of the environment what will happen? _____________________________________________________________________________ d. What may happen with the animals in risk of extinction? _____________________________________________________________________________ e. May natural disasters increase in the future? _____________________________________________________________________________ Grammar Gym – Unit 4 GRAMMAR ZERO, FIRST AND SECOND CONDITIONAL Form Use Examples ZERO CONDITIONAL If + present simple + present simple FIRST CONDITIONAL If + present simple + will/won’t + infinitive SECOND CONDITIONAL If + past simple + would/ wouldn’t + infinitive We use the zero conditional to talk about scientific facts, definitions and things that are always true. We use the first conditional to talk about conditions (and their results) which we believe are certain or almost certain to happen in the present or the future. If you find a four-leafed clover, you will be lucky. Will I be lucky if I see a black cat? We use the second conditional to talk about unlikely or hypothetical conditionals (and their results) in the present or the future. If I saw a ghost, I would scream. If I was superstitious, I’d stay in bed on Friday 13th. If I fell lucky, I buy a lottery ticket. If you are honest, you always tell the truth.
  • 2st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – June 8 Remember! The second conditional for advice Conditional sentences have a condition clause and a result clause. Form: If I were you I would/wouldn’t + infinitive Ex.: If the house is tidy, (condition) mum is happy (result). Use: We use the second conditional to give advice when we want to tell people what we would do in their situation. We can put the clauses either way round, but we only use a comma when the “If” clause comes first. Example: Ex.: If people shout at me, I cry. I cry if people shout at me. If I were you, I’d stop believing in ghosts. If I were you, I wouldn’t do that. VOCABULARY      Haunted = (assombrada) Haunt = (assombrar) Horseshoe = (ferradura) Ladder = (escada) Suspicious = (suspense) EXERCISES 1. Write sentences in the zero conditional. 1) Get up early/ do more things __________________________________________________________ 2) Eat coffe/ not sleep __________________________________________________________ 3) Fell lucky/ buy lottery ticket __________________________________________________________
  • 2st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – June 9 2. Order the zero conditional sentences: (1) (2) not I’m I get busy if bored happy I’m (3) if happy you’re and you fat if exercise eat don’t you healthily get (4) (5) (6) time flies water when you when you’re evaporates it look good you having fun if you boil feel good 1. …………………………………………………………………………………… 2. …………………………………………………………………………………… 3. …………………………………………………………………………………… 4. …………………………………………………………………………………… 5. …………………………………………………………………………………… 6. ……………………………………………………………………………………
  • 2st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – June 3. Write sentences in the zero conditional. 10 1. rain/not /go /beach ___________________________________________________________________ 2. cold/ wear/ coat ____________________________________________________________________ 3. sunny/ wear/ sunscreen
  • 2st Revision of English - Luiza Collet - 7th grade – Teacher Patrícia – 2nd Quarter – June 11 4. Dog/ happy/ wags/ tail ____________________________________________________________________ 5. Do/ homework/ get / good/ grades _____________________________________________________________________ STUDY WELL!!  This study was corrected by the teacher.