Students will practice how to use: like, dislike, enjoy, love, hate, prefer
At the end of the activity, the students will have practiced to talk and write about their favorite activities
The objective is for students to be able to summarize the information of a text or a passage in their own words
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Students will practice how to talk about things that may happen in the future, and describe possible things that could easily come true.
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Students will practice expressing/describing recent events using the present perfect
By the end of the activity students will use the modals (should, shouldn’t, could, can, may, might) to express possibility and/or to give advice or suggestions.
Students will be able to make a difference between completed actions vs ongoing actions, using simple tenses and continuous tenses