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Individual work. Amy has sent out invitations to a bridal shower for Natasha. You receive an invitation. Write two responses: one accepting the invitation and the other declining. Give a reason for your refusal. Page 92 Writing Y ou are invited To: A bridal Shower For: Natasha Polanski On: June 15, 2005 Time : 8:00-10:00 p.m. At: 243 Caribou Dr. RSVP: 634-0098 (Amy) Dear Amy, _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ __________ __________ Dear Amy, _____________ _____________ _____________ _____________ __________ __________
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Page 93 5.A Natasha’s great-grandmother was at Natasha’s bridal shower . Asha asked her about her life. Listen to the conversation, and then mark the following statements Yes (Y), No (N), or it doesn’t say (DS). 1. Asha thinks Mrs. Polanski’s cake tastes delicious. 2. Mrs. Polanski thinks all the best cakes are made with real butter and cream. 3. Mrs. Polanksi used to churn butter when she was young. 4. According to Mrs. Polanski, butter is better today than it used to be. 5. Mrs. Polanski used to be a good skater when she was young. 6. During the winter, Mrs. Polanski’s favorite community activity was caroling. 7. Asha believes there was more community participation in Mrs. Polanski’s youth than today. 8. Mrs. Polanski had a wonderful childhood. 5.B Group/Pair work. Talk about what it used to be like in your grandparents’ day. Did they use to cook with recipes that you don’t use anymore? Canada War Cake 2 c. hot water 1 box raisins 2 c. dark brown sugar 1 stick margarine 1 tsp. allspice 1 tsp. cinnamon 1 tsp. nutmeg Boil all ingredients 5 minutes and let cool, then stir in 4 cups self- rising flour. Bake in 2 layer cake pans at 375 d. for 25-30 minutes. Listening
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Page 95 6.A Pair work. Natasha’s great-grandmother has seen a lot of changes over the years. Use the chart to compare her life now to what it was before. Write your answers in the space provided. Now Mrs Polanski gets up at 8 o’clock in the morning. Before she used to get up at 4:30 a.m. Now she lives in a retirement home. Before she used to live in a farm house. Before she used to churn milk into butter. Now she buys butter. Before she didn’t use to fly anywhere. Now she flies everywhere... Grammar U SED TO Used to + Verb We use “Used to” to talk about habits or situations that existed in the past that no longer exist, or have changed, in the present. Example: Did you use to...? Yes, I used to... No, I didn’t use to... Before Now 1. Get up 2. Live 3. Go ice skating 4. Live 5. Go shopping 6. Go caroling 7. Prepare meals 8. Sing 9. Work outside with her husband 10. Go swimming 11. Go to Saturday night dances 4:30 a.m. in a farm house on the pond her husband & 7 children on foot or by car at Christmastime every day at community concerts every day only in the summer every weekend 8 o’clock in a retirement home at an indoor rink alone on foot or by taxi Christmas carolers come to her rarely only … in the retirement home no longer almost every day only occasionally
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Page 96 1. Before Mrs. Polanski used to get up at 4:30 a.m., but now she gets up at 8 o’clock. 2. Before she used to live in a farmhouse, but not she lives in a retirement home. 3. ________________________________________________________________ 4. ________________________________________________________________ 5. ________________________________________________________________ 6. ________________________________________________________________ 7. ________________________________________________________________ 8. ________________________________________________________________ 9. ________________________________________________________________ 10. ________________________________________________________________ 11. ________________________________________________________________ 6.B Pair work.
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