February 26-March 2
Find information about the United Kingdom
Grammar:should and shouldn’t
Hometask:ex.2/c, page97 , ex.4/b page 98
Ex. 2/c, page 97
1) Steve: I don’t know which jacet to wear.
Paul: The white one’s great. I think you should wear that one.
2) Jane: There’s a programme about Japan on TV tonight.
Tim: Really? Then I should watch it. I’m doing a project on Japan.
3) Alex: My eyes really hurt. Should I go to the doctor?
Father: No, but you shouldn’t watch television so much, Alex.
4) Amy: I’m tired.
Lucy: Me too. It’s nearly 11:30. I think we should go to bed.
5) Ann: What do you think? Should I wear jeans to the party this evening?
Carol: No, everybody’s wearing party clothers. You should wear your long dress.
6) Peter: Mum, I feel awful this morning.
Mother: Yes, you look ill. Perhaps you shouldn’t go to school today.
Ex. 4/b, page 98
1) A cheerful person is usually happy and smiles a lot.
2) An honest person tells what he/she really thinks.
4) A ha8d-working person works a lot.
5) An organised person is tidy and keeps things in order.
6) A kind person helps people and thinks about their feelings.
7) A friendly person is easy to talk to and makes friends easily.
8) A polite person always says please and thank you.
Heroic Ulises on a journey of hope/read the text and trasnlate/page100