In this unit, we learned several new ways of communicating:
We also learned new vocabulary, heard dialogues that involve choosing a new home and looking at options, and practiced pronunciation. We now know the difference between “have to” and “don’t have to”.
Let’s complete some review activities.
When did you first live in another home or country, away from family? Write 3 things that were different and 3 things that were the same living away from your family (If you are away from family for the first time, then talk about the present!)
Here is an example:
When I went to college in Philadelphia, I had to make my own dinner, do my own laundry, and could go to sleep when I wanted.
I still had to wake up and get ready for school, shower every day, and communicate with my family (just not as often!).
Take out your notebook and describe your perfect roommate. What should they do to be perfect? What about you? Are you the perfect roommate?
Write 4 sentences to answer these questions…
What is one thing each of these people HAVE TO do?
What is one thing each of these people DON’T HAVE TO do?
Suggestions: An 8-year-old child has to listen to his or her parents. A father has to take care of his children. A grandmother doesn’t have to wear diapers. A teacher doesn’t have to make her students dinner every night.
Take out your notebook. Listen to the following five sentences that will be dictated to you. You will hear each sentence 3 times. Write down what you hear. Pay attention to capitalization, spelling, and punctuation.
*Click on “Next >” at the bottom left of the page to check your sentences