Conditionals 1 – Yourself 2 – Your friends and family 3 – Your hometown 4 – Your country 5 – The world 6 – Free choice 1 – I wish I could … 2 – I wish (someone) had … 3 – I regret (doing) … 4 – I wish I had … 5 – Do you wish you could …? 6 – Free choice (any of the above)
Dramatic dialogues SHES HERE. A Shes here. B Already? A Yes. What do you want me to do? B Tell her to come in. Possible contexts: You are afraid/excited/furious; you are at work and she is the president of the company; you are the President of the United States waiting to meet the Queen of England.
Look at the articles headline and guess whether these sentences are true (T) or false (F): 1.London has banned all stores from giving plastic bags to shoppers. 2.People use around 1.6 billion plastic bags in London every year. 3.It takes around 4,000 years for a plastic bag to decompose. Listen and check your answers.
DISCUSSION: Answer the questions. 1.Are there too many plastic bags in your country? 2.Do you think shops need to give plastic (or any) bags to customers? 3.Could you easily live without bags? 4.What other everyday things do you think should be banned to help protect the environment?
Meeting someone famous 1.What famous person did you meet? 2.Where did you meet them and who were you with? 3.What was the famous person wearing and how did he/she look (e.g. glamorous/ taller than I thought/ not too beautiful)? 4.What was he/she like? (e.g. friendly/ funny/ annoyed) 5.What did you do when you saw the famous person? 6.What happened next? ( e.g. He/she signed an autograph/walked away)