New Year is coming, make the students present their hopes for new year.
What do you want to do next year?
what is your plan for next year?
Where do you want to go in New Year vacation?
I wish I wish + past -> for talking about the present. I wish I had more friends. I wish the roads weren’t so crowded. 2 nd conditional If + past , …. would(n’t) …-> for imaging unreal or unlikely situation. If I had a car, I’d take you to the station. If you didn’t drink so much coffee, you’d sleep better. What would you do? I’ d speak to his teacher. I wouldn’t let her use the phone. I wish + could/would -> for things you want to do and things you want to happen. I wish I could go abroad. would
If you turned the sofa on its side… … .It would go through the door
Find out whether your partner would do these things:
Give money to a beggar in the street.
Swim in the sea in winter.
Drive a car after drinking alcohol.
Give up a seat on a bus for an elderly person.
Kill someone in self-defence.
Your 14-years-old daughter thinks that the only reason you have a phone is so that she can talk to her friends all evening, Your’ve told her that she cant’ phone them any more –so now her friends phone her instead. Some older students at school are bullying you. You would like to ask your parent’s advice, but you’re afraid that they might rush round to the school and make a big fuss, and that this might only make things worse.
Your 3-year-old daughter won’t eat her meals. Apart from cheese, she will only eat junk food like chips, crisps, cake, sweets and ice-cream. You’ve told her that she can’t leave the table until she eats her meal, but that doesn’t work; she just sits and looks at it without eating. You belong to a very close family who have always done things together. You’re 15 now, and you would like to spend more time with your friends, especially at weekends. But your parents always organise family activities that fill up the whole weekend, and say you’re too young to go off on your own.