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3A- WHERE ARE YOU GOING?

1. READING : Airport stories

2. GRAMMAR : going to, present continuous


(future arrangements)

3.VOCABULARY: look (after, for.)

4.TOPIC: Your future plans


LEAD-IN
Instructions:
Work in pairs to ask and answer the following
questions:
Did you go to an airport ?
When was the last time you went to an
airport ?
Were you meeting someone or going
somewhere ?
READING AIRPORT STORIES
Heathrow airport near London is the
busiest international airport in the
world. Every day thousands of
travellers arrive at Heathrow from
many different countries. Every one of
them has a different story to tell. We
spent an afternoon in the Arrivals Hall
at Heathrow last week talking to
travellers arriving from abroad. We
asked them: Why are you here?
different (adj) /'difrnt/ : khc nhau
abroad (adj, adv) /'br:d/: nc ngoi
READ THE MAGAZINE ARTICLE. COMPLETE IT WITH
THESE QUESTIONS.

A. Do you know anybody here? 1-C


B. Are you going to stay for long? 2-H
C. Is this your first visit? 3-A
D. What are you planning to do? 4-F
5-G
E. When are you leaving?
6-B
F. Does he know youre coming? 7-I
G. How are you going to get there?8-D
H. How long are you going to stay?9-E
I. Where are you staying in London?
NEW WORDS
au pair /ou'pe/(n) : ngi gip vic
improve /im'pru:v/(v) : ci thin
operation /,p'rein/(n) : ca m, phu thut
surprise /s'praiz/ (n) : s ngc nhin
family reunion /fmli rijunin/(n) : on t gia nh
emotional /'imounl/(a) : xc ng
double decker / 'dbl'dek bs/ (n) : xe but hai tng
organize /':gnaiz/ (v) : t chc
congratulation / kn,grtju'lein/ (n) : s chc mng
honeymoon /'hnimu:n/(n): tun trng mt
LOOKING FOR A JOB
Rima, 23, from Vilnius in Lithuania
Im going to look for a job. Maybe as
an au pair, looking after children. And I
want to improve my English too, so I can
get a better job when I go back home. I
hope I can find some work quickly,
because I dont have much money.
1. __Is this your first visit?________
Yes, it is. Im really looking forward to
living here, but Im a bit nervous too.
LOOKING FOR A JOB

How long are you going to


2. ______________________________
stay?
Six months or a year. It depends how
things go.
Do you know
anybody here?
3. ______________________________
Yes, I have a friend whos working here in a
restaurant. Im going to stay with her for a
few weeks until I can find my own flat.
A FAMILY REUNION
JONATHAN, 35, JUST ARRIVED FROM MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA

Why are you here?


Im going to see my Dad in Wales. Its his
seventieth birthday tomorrow.
Does he know youre
4 _______________________________
coming?
No. Its going to be a big surprise for him. And
its going to be very emotional too. I moved to
Australia in 1990, and the last time I saw my Dad
was five years ago. Its too expensive to visit
very often and my father cant fly- he had a
heart operation last year.
A FAMILY REUNION
JONATHAN, 35, JUST ARRIVED FROM MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA

How are you going to get


there?
5. __________________________________
By train. All the family are waiting at my
parents house. Were going to have a big
Are you going to stay for
party there tomorrow
long? night.
6 ___________________________________
Yes, for a month. Its too far to come for
a short time- and I want to see all my old
friends here as well as my family.
ON THEIR HONEYMOON
MAKI, 25, AND KOJI, 27, FROM NAGASAKI, JAPAN
Why are you here?
Were on our honeymoon. We got married last
Saturday.
Congratulations!
Where are you staying in
London?
7________________________________
Were staying at the Hyde Park Hotel. Were
justWhat
here are
for ayou
few planning
days. to
8 ________________________________
do?
Everything is organized for us. Tomorrow were
doing a tour of London on a double-decker bus,
and in the evening were seeing a show. Then
on Tuesday were going to Oxford and
ON THEIR HONEYMOON
Maki, 25, and Koji, 27, from Nagasaki, Japan

When are you leaving ?


9 _______________________________
On Friday. Were going to Paris next, and
then to Rome.
Well, have a good time!
B. READ THE ARTICLE AGAIN AND WRITE R (RIMA),
J(JONATHAN), OR M (MAKI)

1 M is going to stay at a
hotel.
2 R is going to stay at a
friends house.
3 J is going to visit a
family member.
4 M is going to the theatre
tomorrow.
5 J is only going to be in the
UK for 4 weeks.
6. R is going to work
RIMA IS GOING TO IMPROVE HER ENGLISH.
RIMA IS GOING TO STAY FOR SIX MONTHS OR A YEAR.
JONATHAN IS GOING TO HAVE A BIG PARTY AT HIS PARENTS HOUSE.
JONATHAN IS GOING TO STAY FOR A MONTH.

Do the sentences above refer to


the plans or facts of Rima and
Jonathan ?

Future plans
GRAMMAR

1. be going to + V
a. FORM
(+):
I am
He / She /It is
going to VERB (bare) +
You/We/They are

Ex: Im going to work in a restaurant


Shes going to meet me at the airport
GRAMMAR
1. be going to V
a. FORM
(-):
I am
He / She / It is
not going to VERB (bare).
You/We/They are

Ex: We arent going to stay very


long.
He isnt going to stay there.
Grammar
1. be going to V
a. FORM
(?):
Am I

Is he/she/it going to VERB (bare)?


Are you/we/they

Ex: Are you going to find a job?


When is your brother going to visit you?
Grammar
b. USAGE: to talk about future plans
and predictions
Ex: Im going to work in the UK for six
weeks (plan)
Its going to rain this afternoon
(prediction)
When you use going to go, you can
omit to go.
Ex: Im going to go to university next
year.
PRACTICE

3a. (P131): Complete with going to + a verb:


(be/buy/get married/ not go/ not pass/ see/ snow/ stay).
What film are you going to see tonight?
1. Hes very lazy. Im sure heisnt going to
............
his exams. pass
2. . your sister .. going to a new
Is
flat?
buy
are going to
3. You . in class 3 next
year.
be
arent going to
4. We .
go going to camping
next are
stay
Summer. We in
a hotel. ar going to get
e married
5. A: When they
. ? going to
is
B: In October. snow

6. Its very cold, but I dont think it


FOCUS ON THE INTERVIEW WITH MAKI AND KOJI.
WHAT TENSE IS USED IN THE QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ?

Where are you staying in London ?


Were staying at the Hyde Park Hotel.
What are you planning to do ?
Tomorrow were doing a tour of London.
In the evening were seeing a show.
On Tuesday were going to Oxford and
Cambridge.
On Wednesday were flying to Edinburgh.
When are you leaving ?
Were going to Paris next.
Do the sentences above refer to
what are happening now or in the
future?

In the future (future


arrangements)
GRAMMAR
2. Present continuous for future arrangements
a. FORM:
(+):
I am
He/ She/It is V- ing
You/ We/ They are

Ex: Im meeting some friends tonight


We are having party at their house tomorrow
Grammar
2. Present continuous for future arrangements
a. FORM:
(-):

I a
m
He/ She/It is not V- ing...
You/ We/ ar
They e
Ex: She is not leaving until Friday
They are not coming to the party
Grammar
2. Present continuous for future arrangements
a. FORM:
(?):

Am I
Is he/she/it V-ing ...?
Are you/we/they

Ex: What are you doing this evening?


Is she meeting us at the cinema?
Grammar
2. Present continuous for future arrangements
b. USAGE:

Used for future arrangements


*
with a fixed time or place

Common time expressions: tonight,


*
tomorrow, this weekend, etc
GRAMMAR NOTES

The present
Usage Be going to
continuous
Future V V
plans or What are you going What are you
arrangem to do tonight? doing tonight ?
ents
V X
Prediction
Im sure youre Im sure youre
s
going to find a job. finding a job.

Notes: Verbs (go, come, meet, see, leave,


arrive) are commonly used with the Present
continuous.
Practice
3B. (P131): CROSS OUT THE WRONG FORM. TICK (V) IF BOTH FORMS ARE
POSSIBLE.
I see/ Im seeing my boyfriend
tonight.
1.What are you doing/ do you do after
class today?
What are you doing after class today?
2.Is it going to rain/ raining tomorrow?
Is it going to rain tomorrow?
3.We are going to go away/going away
this
(v) We are going to weekend .
go away/going away this
weekend.
4.Im meeting/ I meet Susan this
evening.
Im meeting Susan this evening.
5. Where are you going to stay/
staying in Paris?
(v) Where are you going to stay/ staying in Paris?

6. Hurry up! We are going to be


late/ being late.
Hurry up! We are going to be late.

7. She is going to come/ coming


tonight.
(v) She is going to come/ coming tonight.
VOCABULARY

Look at Rimas interview on p.29 again.


Find and underline three expressions with look. Match
them to their dictionary definitions.


____________
Look for try to find something

____________ wait
Look with pleasure for
forward to which is
something
something which is going to happen
____________be
Look after responsible for or take
care of somebody or something
COMPLETE THE SENTENCES WITH AFTER, FOR, OR
FORWARD TO
after
1. A nurse is a person who looks__________ people
who are ill.
2. forward
Shes going
to to New York next month. Shes really
looking for
______________it.
3. I cant find forward
my keys.toCan you help me to look
__________ them?
4. Im not looking __________ the exam for its going
to be very difficult.
5. Our house is a after
bit too small. Were looking
__________ a new one.
6. Could you look __________ our dog this weekend?
We want to go away.
FILE 3B: THE PESSIMISTS PHRASE BOOK

1. Grammar: Will /Wont

2. Vocabulary: Opposite verbs


PESSIMIST >< OPTIMIST
Pessimist /pesmst/(n)
a person who always expects bad
things to happen.
Optimist /ptmst/ (n)
a person who always expects good
things to happen or things to be
successful.
Instructions:
Work in pairs.
Read the YOU phrases. Find the PESSIMISTS
responses in the box (page 30) and write them in
the phrase book.
Theyll be
late.
Youll break
your leg.
It wont last.
He wont pay
you back.
You wont
understand a w
You wont find
a parking spa
Theyll
lose.
Youll
miss it.
GRAMMAR
WILL/WONT FOR PREDICTIONS

1.e. (P 30): Look at THE PESSIMIST


phrases and answer the questions.
1.Do the sentences refer to the present
or the future?

the future

2.What are the full words in the


contractions ll and wont?
will and will
not
GRAMMAR: WILL/ WONT FOR
1
PREDICTIONS
will/ wont + infinitive (predictions)
FORM:

(+) (-)
I I
You You
He He
She will verb She wont verb
It (infinitive) It (infinitive)
We We
They They

Contractions: ll=will; wont = will not


I
you
he
(?): Will she verb ?
it (infinitive)
we
they
(v) (x)
Answer:
I I
you you
he he
Yes, she will. No, she wont.
it it
we we
they they
2.USE:
Use will/wont + infinitive for future
predictions.
(You can also
The future of use going
there to).
is/are = there
will be; the future of I can = Ill be
able to NOT Ill can.

We often use I think/ I dont


think ......+ will.......
Ex: I think hell fail the exam.
I dont think hell pass the exam.
NOT: I think he wont pass.
Notes:
Sometimes in (+) sentences with I and
we, people use shall (not will), but
this is very formal (for example, in a
business letter).

EX:
I shall write to you when I have studied
your case.
GRAMMAR: WILL/ WONT FOR PREDICTIONS

3B.a. (P131): Write sentences and questions with


will/wont. Use contractions where you can.
it/ be difficult (+) Itll be difficult.
1. They/win (-)
They wont win.
2.The meeting/be long (?)
Will the meeting be long?
3.He/ get the job (-)

He wont get the job.


4.You/see him at the party (?)

Will you see him at the party?

5.It/ be impossible to park (+)

It will be impossible to park.

6.You/like the film (-)


You wont like the film.
7.She/love the chocolates we bought
her (+)
She will love the chocolates we
bought her.
8.There/ be a lot of traffic at 6.00 (-)

There wont be a lot of traffic at 6.00.

9.you/can find a good job (+)

Youll be able to find a good job.


3B.b. (P131): Complete the predictions with
will/wont + a verb: (be, do, have, last, make).

1. He __________never
will do
__________ anything
important in life.
Albert Einsteins teacher said to his father
1895. will make
2. No film about the Civil War __________ ever
__________ any money.
An MGM executive wont
1945last
(about the film Gone with
the Wind.)
3. Its a bad joke.will be
It __________
Coco Chanel (about the miniskirt)
4. I dont think there __________ a woman Prime
Minister in my lifetime.
Margaret Thatcher, 1973.
VOCABULARY: OPPOSITE
VERBS
Whats the opposite of the verbs in A? Use a
verb from B
1. OPPOSITE VERBS (VOCABULARY BANK, EXERCISE
1, P.149)
MATCH THE VERBS AND PICTURES.
buy (a house)
win (a match)
lend (money to somebody)
find (your keys)
push (the door)
pass (an exam)
forget (a name)
turn on (the TV)
send (an email)
miss (a train)
arrive (at the station)
teach (a language)
b. Find the opposite verbs in the box.
Write them in the Opposite column.
OPPOSITE
buy (a house) sell
win (a match) lose
lend (money to somebody) borrow
find (your keys)
push (the door) lose
pull
pass (an exam)
forget (a name) fail
turn on (the TV) rememb
send (an email) er
turn
miss (a train) of
get/receive
arrive (at the station) catch
teach (a language) leave
learn
5 CHECK-UP
I. GRAMMAR:
1. going to, present continuous (future
arrangements)
2. will/wont
II. VOCABULARY:
1. look (after, for, etc.)
2. opposite verbs
III. PRONUNCIATION:
1. sentence stress
2. contractions (will/wont), //and //
IV. TOPIC: Weekend
Restaurant problems
Workbook: page 22-25