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2. You’re going to have to wait and see! 3. I’m going to be downtown on Thursday afternoon. 4. I’m going to give a presentation around four-thirty. 5. I’ll wait for you outside. 6. I know I won’t be able to escape before six-thirty. 7. I’ll catch a cab and meet you at the concert hall 8. I’ll pick you up at work then? 9. I won’t be.
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Page 78 Leisure Activities, Social Gatherings & Celebrations 2.A Individual Work. Look at the words and place them on the chart. Vocabulary Halloween Summer Solstice Baseball Game Housewarming Football Game Car Show Ballet Easter Art Gallery Live Entertainment Expositions Social Gatherings Spectator Sports Religious Celebrations & Holidays Show Rock Concert Comedy Act Ramadan Hanukkah Shower Museum Armistice Day Tennis Tournament Fashion Show Soccer Match Stag Party Craft Show Theatre Hockey Game Beach Party Picnic Wedding Opera Karaoke Baby Home Barbecue
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Page 79 3.B Make two additions to each category. 3.C Number the items in each category according to your preference (making number one your favorite). 3.D Pair Work. Compare and discuss your preferences with those of a partner. Sample dialogue: S1: What’s your favorite type of social gathering? (And why?) S2: I like weddings. (I like to eat, dance and meet people.) What do you like? S1: I like housewarming parties. (I like … because…)
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Page 80 Making Invitations and Talking about Plans 3. 3.A Pair work. First, complete the invitations in Column A with the present continuous. Then, complete the responses in Column B with (be) going to. Grammar P RESENT C ONTINUOUS We make invitations and talk about future plans or intentions with the present continuous and (be) going to Present Continuous -Are you doing anything Friday night, honey? - It’s performing at the Centennial Hall. Be Going to -Say, I’m going to be downtown on Thursday afternoon. -I’m going to give a presentation around four-thirty. -You’re going to have to wait and see. Column A : Present Continuous Column B : (B e) Going to _c_ 1. I am having (have) a barbecue at my place on Sunday afternoon. It would be so great if you could make it. a. No thanks. I’ve already made plans for Saturday afternoon. I’m going to go (go) shopping with my girlfriends. ___ 2. My English class _____ (go) out for Karaoke night tomorrow evening. Would you like to come with us? b. Sure. But ____ (work) late tonight, until ten, so I’ll drive over afterwards.
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Page 81 ___ 3. _____ you _____ (do) anything on Monday night? I have two tickets to the opera Carmen . How about coming with me? c.Why thanks! I _____ (not be) doing anything on Sunday afternoon. I’d love to come. ___ 4. We _______ (invite) everyone over for a Christmas party on the 26th. Would you and your husband like to come? d. A party on the 26 th , you say? Too bad. I would have loved to, but we _______ (go) to the in-laws for dinner.
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