UNIVERSIDAD NACIONAL DE CHIMBORAZO
FACULTAD DE INGENIERIA
Nombre: Ricardo Yuquilema
Fecha: 27 de enero del 2014
1. - Getting started
Can you complete the answer to the question? Then practice with a partner.
a. - what are you going to do for your next birthday?
b. - I think I’m going to do a party.
2. – Grammar future with going to; indirect objects
I´m going to buy something special.
You´re going to get a present.
I´m going to buy my mother something special.
She´s going to be 50.
Bertha isn´t going to give Dave anything.
We´re going to send some flowers.
Let´s send Mom and Dad some flowers.
They´re going to have a party.
Wath are you going to do for your birthday?
Indirect object pronouns:
I´m not going to do anything special.
Me, you, him, her, us, them.
Are you going to have a party?
I´m going to buy her something special.
Yes, we are. We´re going to invite all our friends.
Bertha isn´t going to give him anything.
No, we´re not. We´ do much.
Let´s send them some flowers.
A. - Complete the questions using going to. Then write your own answers, using
indirect object pronouns where necessary.
1. - Are you going to do anything special for your next birthday?
2. - Are you going to invite your friends over for a party?
3. – Is someone going to bake you a birthday cake?
4. – Are your parents going to buy you something nice?
5. – How old are your parents going to be on their next birthdays?
6. – Wath are you going to give your father for his birthday?
How about your mother? And your best friend?
3. - Speaking naturally going to
What are you going to do tonight?
Are you going to go do the movies?
I´m going to stay home.
a. - listen. Match the two parts of each question. Then ask a partner the questions.
1. - are you going to
a. spend your next birthday with?
2. - How many cards are you going to
b. send anyone flowers
3. - are you going to
c. send this year?
4. - Who are you going to
d. send anyone a card this month?
5. - are you going to
e. buy anyone a gift this
1. - Building vocabulary
a. - What do people do on these special days? Find two expressions from the box
for each event. What else do people do? Add ideas.
Blow out candles on a cake go
out for a romantic dinner
have a reception
Wear a costume
go out for a mountain dinner
sing happy birthday
Give someone chocolates
give someone chocolate
blowent candles and
A.-listen Marisol´s phone message. What are her plans for New Year´s Eve?
Voice mail: Hi. This is Laurie. Please leave a message after the beep.
Thanks for calling.
Marisol: Hi, Laurie. This is Marisol. Listen, what are you doing tomorrow night? A group of
us are going out for dinner and then to a big New A group of us are going out for dinner
and then to a big New Year´s Eve party.
Do you want to come? We´re meeting at the restaurant at 8:30, and we´re probably going
to go to the party around 11:00. It´s going to be a lot of fun. So call me back, OK? Oh, and
by the way, they say it´s going to snow tomorrow, so be careful. Bye.
3.- Grammar present continuous for the future; going to
You can use the present continuous or going to to talk about plans.
The present continuousis often used for plans with specific times or places.
What are you doing for New year´s Eve?
What are you going to do for New Year´s Eve?
We´re going to the Sea Grill for dinner.
We´re going to go somewhere for dinner.
We´re meeting friends there at 8:30.
we´re going to meet some friends at a restaurant .
You can also use going to for predictions.
It´s going to be fun. (NOT It´s being fun).
It´s going to snow tomorrow. (NOT It´s snowing tomorrow).
a. - Match each plan with a prediction. Then role- play with a partner. Ask follow-up
1. - My best friend´s getting married I may.
a. - I think he´s going to love it!
2. - We´re going trick-or-treating on Halloween.
b. - She´s going to be a
lawyer. Lawyer la lawyer.
3. - My parents are going to get me something
c. - It´s going to be a fun
special for graduation.
4. - My sister´s graduating from law school soon.
we don´t care.
d. - It´s going to rain, but
5. - I´m going to get my dad a tie for his birthday.
to get me a
e. - I think they´re going
laptop. a Laptop.
The unit example: DIALOGE
Elisabeth: it´s Mon´s birthday on the first. Remember?
She´s going to be 50!
Ricardo: oh, that´s right. Wath are you going to get her.
Elisabeth: I´m going to buy her something special like a necklace. Then it´s Mon and
anniversary on the tenth.
Ricardo: Rigth. We usually give them something.
Elisabeth: We? You men, I do! Let´s, um, send them some flowers.
Ricardo: Ok. Then it´s my birthday on the twenty-third.
Elisabeth: Yeah, I Know. I´m going to get you the same thing you got me – nothing!
1. - Getting started
a. - Can you complete the sentences? Use the conversation above to help you.
1. - ling´s family left Hong Kong until 1986.
2. - Ling lived in Sao Paulo until six years.
3. - Her family stayed there until she was six.
4. - They moved to Seattle Them came to San Francisco.
5. - They moved to San Francisco Three years ago.
2. - Grammar be born; simple past (review); time expressions
Where were you born?
Where were your parents born?
I was born in Sao Paulo.
They were born in Hong Kong.
I wasn´t born in Seattle.
They weren´t born in the U.S.
Did you live there for a long time?
How long did you live in Sao Paulo?
Yes, (I did). I lived there for six years.
We lived there until I was six. From 1986 to 1992.
No,, (I didn´t). I didn´t live there long.
We didn´t leave until 1992. Then we came to theU.S.
Did she move here last year?
When did they come here?
Yes, (she did). She moved in May.
They came here about there years ago.
No, (she didn´t). She moved in 2002.
They came when ling was sixteen.
a. - complete the sentences with time expressions so they are true for you. Then
compare with a partner.
1. - I learned to ride a bicycle in 1998, when I was seven.
2. - My best friend was born twenty gen ago, in 1986.
3. - I played a musical instrument for 1986, until 2013.
4. - I went to elementary school until 1998, from 1993 to 1998.
5. - My family last went on vacation together in Miami, when 0
1. - building language
a. - listen what languages did these people study in school?
What languages did you learn in school?
All the students in my high
Well, years ago,
School had to take English
learned Russian and only
It was requied. And I
few people took
Needed English to get
I studied both.
I took Spanish last year, and
A lot of classmates
Most of my friends did, too.
French after ninth grade.
There are a lot Spanish
all of them except
me. But then
Speakers around here, so
later, some of them had
It´s kind of useful.
Evening classes because
needed it for work.
2. - Grammar determiners
All children learn a language.
All of the children in my town take English.
All of them.
Most Canadians need French. Most of the people in my office know French. Most of us….
Some students take Spanish.
Some of the students in my class take Greek. Some of us….
A few people are good at Latin. A few of my classmates got As.
A few of them..
No students like exams.
None of them…
None of my friends failed the exams.
A lot of people speak English well. A lot of the people in this city speak English. A lot of them.
3. - building vocabulary
a. - listen and say the subjects. Can you think of subjects and categories? Which
subjects are you interested in? Tell the class.
Childhood example of the unit
Peter: That´s a great baseball shirt, Ling.
Are you from Seattle?
Mary: Um, Kind of. I lived there, but
I wasn´t born there.
Peter: Oh, yeah? Where were born?
Mary: In Sao Paulo, actually.
Peter: Sao Paulo? Brazil?
Mary: Yeah. My parents were born in Hong Kong, but they moved to Sao Paulo in
1986, just before I was born.
Peter: Wow. How long did you live there?
Mary: Until was six. Then we moved to the U. S.
Peter: To Seattle?
Mary: Yeah. We lived there for ten years, and we came here to San Francisco
about three years ago.
Peter: huh. So did you grow up bilingual?
Mary: Well, we always spoke Chinese at home. I couldn´t speak English until I
went to school- And actually, I can still speak a little Portuguese.
1. - Getting started
a. - can you complete questions and answers? Practice with a partner.
1. - Boy is there a video arcade.
Jack Yes, there´s one on Beach
2. - Man are there any pay phones
Jack yes, there are some in front
Of the Happy planet Internet Café.
2. - Grammar Is there? Are there? Location expressions
Is there an internet café near here?
Are there any cash machines near here?
Yes, there is. There´s one on main street.
Yes, there are. There are some outside the
It´s across from the department store.
Yes, there´s one over there
No, there isn´t (one).
No, there aren´t (any).
a. - complete the questions with is there a or are there any. Complete the answers
with one, some, any, and location expressions.
Katy: Is there a bank around here?
Peter: Yeah, there´s one rihg on Main Street.
It´s next to the deli. Do you see sam´s Deli just across the street?
Katy: Oh, yeah. Can I park there? I mean, is there a parking lot?
Peter: Well, there´s one just behind the bank, but the entrance is on Lincoln.
Katy: Are there any public restrooms there?
Peter: No, there aren´t any. But there´s a department store on the corner. Main and
Third. I´m sure there are some there, inside the store.
Katy: Thanks. Oh, and is there a supermarket anywhere?
Peter: Uh, there´s one over there across posited the bank.
Katy: And one more thing are there shoe stores near here?
Peter: yes, there´s Riviera Shoes on main, between Second and Third Avenues.
3. - Speaking naturally Word stress in compound nouns
a. - listen and complete the questions. Then ask answer the questions with a
1. - are there any good bookstore near your home?
2. - Is the a big costere around here?
3. - Are there any pay phone outside this building.
4. - Is there a video arcade in this neighborhood.
5. - Is there a good department store near your home.
6. - Are there any chosh around here.
OUT SHOPPING EXAMPLE UNIT 6
Walter: excuse me, please. Is there an Internet café near here?
Mary: Uh….there´s one on Main Street across from the big department store. It´s
right up this street.
Walter: Thanks. Oh, and are there any cash machines around here?
Mary: yeah. There are some ATMs over there outside the bank, just across the
Walter: Oh, yeah. I see them. Thanks.
1. - getting started
a. - Can you complete the sentences? Use the conversation above to help you.
1. - Rita’s planning a trip to Puerto Rico to see her relatives.
2. - Rita still has to go on the internet to do some research on cheap flights.
3. - It´s not hard to see bargains online.
2. - Grammar infinitives for reasons; It´s + adjective + to…………….
I´m going to Puerto Rico to see my relatives.
Is it easy to find bargains online?
I need to go shopping to get a suitcase.
It´s easy to do.
I have to go online to find a flight.
It´s not hard to do.
Is it safe to pay online with a credit card?
Make sentences about things you have to do. Then match each sentence with a question
some one might ask you.
1.- Get a phrase book/ learn some expressions
2.- call the embassy/ ask about a visa
3.- go on the internet/ get a flight
Is it hard to get a visa?
Is it safe to pay online with a
c. Is it easy to get around?
4.- call a travel agent/ get a hotel room
5.- buy a guidebook/ find out about trains
6.- go to the bank/ change some money
d. Is it safe to carry a lot
e. Is it necessary to know the
f. Is it good to make reservations in
Marisol: Are you ready for your trip to Puerto Rico?
Rita: Yeah, kind of. But I still have a lot do! Need to
Go shopping to get a new suitcase, And I
still have To go online to find a cheap flight.
Marisol: Is it easy to find bargains on the internet.
Rita: Well it´s not too hard. You just have to do
Marisol: So, where are you going exactly?
Rita: Well, first I´m going to San Juan to see
My relatives, and then we´re all going
Someplace to go snorkeling.
Marisol: That sounds exciting.
Rita: Yeah. It´s going to be fun.