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Side by Side 2 (Unit 1)

Side by Side 2 (Unit 1)

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Lesson 1 / Level 3A

Review of Tenses: • Simple Present • Present Continuous • Simple Past • Future: Going to Describing Present, Past, and Future Actions • Like to • Time Expressions • Object Pronouns

Birthdays and Gifts Telling about Friendships

What do Mr. and Mrs Johnston like to do on the weekend? They like to watch TV.

What does Tom like to do on the weekend? He likes to play basketball.

What does Sally like to do on the weekend? She likes to go to the beach.

What do you and your friends like to do on the weekend? We like to chat on-line.

What does your grandmother like to do on the weekend? She likes to go hiking.

What do you like to do on the weekend? I like to go hiking.

What do you like to do on the weekend?
Let’s practice

like to play soccer.

likes to write letters.

like to listen to music

like to go dancing.

likes to chat online.

likes to go hiking.

like to go to the mall.

likes to go to the beach.

“be” + __ing

played talked waited washed baked added
For irregular verbs please see handout

“be” + going + to____

What are you going to do tomorrow?

listen I listen I listened I’m going to listen

ride She rides She rode She’s going to ride

sing They sing They sang They’re going to sing

bake We bake We baked We’re going to bake

go He goes He went He’s going to go

No, I’m not. I watched videos yesterday and I don’t like to watch videos very often.

No, I’m not. I drove downtown last weekend and I don’t like to drive downtown very often.

No, she isn’t. She planted flowers last spring and she doesn’t like to plant flowers very often.

No, he isn’t. He made pancakes yesterday morning and he doesn’t like to make pancakes very often.

No, they aren’t. They went to the mall last Saturday and they don’t like to go to the mall very often.

No, we aren’t. We went skiing last December and we don’t like to go skiing very often.

No, I’m not. I wrote letters last night and I don’t like to write letters very often.

No, he isn’t. He cleaned his room last week and he doesn’t like to clean his room very often.

No, we aren’t. We went to WonderWorld last year and we don’t like to go to WonderWorld very often.

Pair Work
Find a partner and practice the following

Subject Pronouns

Object Pronouns

I we you he she it they

me us you him her it them

Object Pronouns
1. I see (they, them) every day. 2. He sits near (I, me) in class. 3. She goes with (we, us) to the movies a lot. 4. I like (she, her) very much. 5. I know (he, him) and his brother. 6. I often go with (they, them) to the city. 7. He often helps (I, me) with my lessons. 8. She writes many letters to (he, him). 9. Mr Adams teaches (we, us) English. 10. He gives many presents to (she, her).

I gave them a painting.

They gave him a computer.

They gave us a plant.

I gave you a purple blouse with pink polka dots.

Let’s Practice

They

me

He

them

They

us

She

me

We

him

I

you

You

me

Reading
As we are reading the stories please circle any words you don’t understand.

Listening Exercise

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