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# Presentation 2 7-р анги

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• 1. Lesson four We are going to have a party! Let's have fun!
• 2. What are we going to learn at this lesson?
• 3. Party and celebration vocabulary
• 5. New language:
• 6. Going to – all forms
• 7. Now let's think about a year! How many months are there in a year? Let's name them together!
• 8. J anuary is the first month _______ is the second month _______ is the third month _______ is the fourth month _______ is the fifth month _______ is the sixth month _______ is the seventh month _______ is the eighth month _______ is the ninth month _______ is the tenth month _______ is the eleventh month _______ is the twelfth month.
• 9. January is the first month. ____is the second month. _____ is the third month. ____ is the fourth month.
• 10. ____ is the fifth month. ____ is the sixth month. ____ is the seventh month. ____ is the eighth month.
• 11. ____ is the ninth month. ____ is the tenth month. ___is the eleventh month. ___is the twelfth month.
• 12. No #Слайд 4 w let's check the missing words! Listen and sing the song together!
• 13. Months of the year song #Слайд 1
• 14. Christmas eve December 25 th New year day December 31st Christmas day January 1st New year eve December 24th Match the British holidays and dates
• 15. 1. Do you like New Year celebrations? Why/why not? 2. How do you usually celebrate the New Year? 3. What are you going to do next New Year ? In pairs, ask and answer
• 16. New words Party and celebration vocabulary (look at the pictures and guess the meaning of the words)
• 17. To drink champagne
• 18. To have a party
• 19. To kiss each other
• 20. To watch firework
• 21. Now look at the page #77 of your book and exercise #4a, read the interview.
• 22. 1. Which tense is the interview about? Past or future? 2. Is 'going to' used to talk about present or future tense?
• 23. Future simple tense Going to (auxiliary verb)
• 24. Meaning (утга): -х гэж байгаа Use (хэрэглээ): 1. Урьдаас төлөвлөсөн үйл явдлыг хэлэхэд 2. Зайлшгүй болох зүйлийг хэлэхэд
• 25. Positive: S + am/is/are + going to + V(inf) I am going to prepare a big vegetable salad. Kate is going to make a cake. We are going to have a special meal. Structure (бүтэц):
• 26. Structure (бүтэц): Negative: S + am/is/are not + going to + V(inf) I am not going to cook. He is not going to stay with us. We are not going to use alcoholic drinks.
• 27. Structure (бүтэц): Question: (Qu/w) + am/is/are + S + going to + V(inf)? Are you going to watch fireworks? Is he going to bring presents? What time are you going to start the party?
• 28. Quiz 1. They _____ to have a party tomorrow. a. is going to b. are going c. am going
• 29. Quiz 2. My brother _____ to do his homework. a. is going b. are going c. am going
• 30. Quiz 3. I'm going to _____ a new red dress. a. wearing b. wears c. wear
• 31. Quiz 4. ______ is the ninth month of the year. a. November b. September c. October
• 32. Quiz 5. We all enjoyed _____ so much. The lights in the sky were wonderful. a. watching firework b. drinking champagne c. kissing each other
• 33. Correct answers are: 1.b 2.a 3.c 4.b 5.a Congratulations!
• 34. Conclusion Did you enjoy this lesson?