CENTRO DE AUTO ACCESO POZA RICA UNIT 6 OK, NO PROBLEM INGLÉS III REQUESTS: MODALS ( Enter the world of Grammar pags 88, 89) A. CAN I can walk Can I walk? I can not walk We use can to express ( Usamos CAN

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CENTRO DE AUTO ACCESO POZA RICA UNIT 6 OK, NO PROBLEM INGLÉS III REQUESTS: MODALS ( Enter the world of Grammar pags 88, 89) A. CAN I can walk Can I walk? I can not walk We use can to express ( Usamos CAN para expresar) Ability (Habilidad) Mary can fly a alone Request (Petición) Can you turn on the lights, please? Offer (Ofrecimiento) Can I pick up the toys for you? Possibility (Posibilidad) Wild animals can be dangerous Permission (Permiso) Can I go to the party? B. COULD Could is the Past Tense of can. Could es el pasado de Can. I could walk Could I walk? I could not walk. We use could to express: Ability in the past (Habilidad en el pasado) I could run fast when I was young. Polite request (Petición amable) Could you help me with these exercises, please? Possibility (Posibilidad) John could be in the library. Permission (Permiso) Could I borrow your books? C. WILL I will drive Will I drive I will not drive We use will to express: Usamos will para expresar: Request ( Petición) Will you give your sweater, please? Offer (Ofrecimiento) I ll lend you some money. Promise (Promesa) I ll wait for you. Threat (Amenaza) Don t kick my dog or I ll kick you! Warning (Advertencia) Mum, be careful with the iron! You ll burn yourself. D. WOULD I would drive Would I drive? I would not drive We use would in the interrogative to express: (Usamos would en preguntas para expresar:) Polite offer Ofrecimiento amable Would you like some cake? Polite request? Petición amable Would you help me with this suitcase, please? EXERCISE 1. CROSS OUT THE CORRECT WORD(S) (Enter the World of Grammar, page 92) 1. Dad: Tom, I m planting some flowers in the garden and I need your help. Tom: I m sorry Dad. I can t / could nt help you now. I m going to the library. I would / will help ypu tomorrow. I promise. 2. Samantha: Betty, I can t / wouldn t come to the party tonight. Betty: But why? Samantha: Because I couldn t / can t leave my brother alone. I also have a lot of homework to do. Betty: Come to the party with your brother and don t worry about your homework. I would / will help you with it. 3. Bill: I couldn t / can t eat anymore, Dad. Dad: Eat all your vegetables or you won t / can t have any dessert. 4. Karen: Good morning, Mrs. Jenkins. Is Betty there? Mrs. Jenkins: Oh, I m afraid she isn t here. Karen: Do you know where she is? Mrs. Jenkins: I m not sure. She will / could be at the library. Karen: Oh, I can / would go there by bus. I hope that she ll be there. Thank you, Mrs Jenkins. Mrs. Jenkins: You re welcome. EXERCISE 2. TONY S BOSS IS GOING ON A TRIP FOR ONE WEEK. WRITE HIS REQUESTS USING WILL or WOULD AND THE WORDS BELOW, AS IN THE EXAMPLE. TWO- PART VERBS (PHRASAL VERBS) (Enterprise Grammar, pag. 106, 107) 1. Fill in with a word from the box. 1. If you re not sure how to spell a word, look it in the dictionary. 2. Who s going to look he dog while you re on holiday? 3. I can t wait for the camping trip, I m really looking it. 4. Tracy has lost her keys. She s been looking them all morning. 5. When we were young, my grandmother used to look us at the weekends. 6. Excuse me. I m looking Mount Street. Could you tell me where it is? Look after To take care of sb/sth Look for To try to find, to search for sb/sth Look forward to To expect sth with pleasure To try to find a Word, name, Look up number, etc. a in reference book. (sb= somebody sth= something) 2. Fill in with a word from the box. 1. The fire broke early this morning and destroyed many buildings in the city center. 2. School breaks for the summer on June The truck broke on the motorway and caused a major traffic jam. 4. The jewellery shop on Lewis has been broken three times this year. 5. The washing machine is leaking. I hope it doesn t break. 6. A fight broke after the football match yesterday. Break down Break into Break out Break up To stop working (cars, engines, etc. To enter a place by force. To begin suddenly (wars, fire, fights, etc) To stop for holidays (schools, etc.). 3. Fill in with a word from the box. 1. I had to turn Fred s invitation to his party as I ll be out of the town. 2. In the famous comic strip, Clark Kent turns Superman in a phone booth. 3. You ll never guess who turned at Chris barbecue yesterday. 4. Could you turn the air conditioning, please? It s very hot in here. 5. When the princess kissed the ugly frog, he turned a handsome prince. 6. James was offered the job, but he turned it because the salary wasn t very high. Turn into: Turn down: Turn on: Turn up: To change into, to become sb/sth else To refuse an offer To switch on To arrive 4. Fill in with a word from the box. 1. My doctor advised me to take a sport to help me lose weight. 2. Michael is very tidy. In that way, he takes his father. 3. You should check in two hours before your flight is scheduled. 4. Unfortunately, many small firms are taken by larger ones. 5. Little Tammy loves dancing and wants to take ballet. 6. While we were sailing may father let me take the wheel so he could rest. Take over Take after Take up Take off To take control of sth. To look like, to behave like To begin sth new ( a hobby, sport, etc.) Of aeroplanes) to leave the ground, to depart ANSWER KEY MODALS: Exercise 1 1. a. can t b. will 2. a. can t b. can t c. will 3. a. can t b. won t 4. A. could b. can WILL or WOULD: Exercise 2 Will / Would you answer the phone while I am away? Will / Would you write down any messages while I am away? Will / Would you water the plants while I am away? Will / Would you type these letters while I am away? Will / Would you make an appointment with my dentist for next week? EXERCISE 1 TWO- PART VERBS (PHRASAL VERBS) 1.- Look it up 2.- look after 3. Looking forward to 4.- looking for 5.- look after 6.- looking for EXERCISE broke out 2.- breaks up 3.- broke down 4.- broken into 5.- broke down 6.- broke out EXERCISE turn down 2.- turns into 3.- turn up 4.- turn on 5.- turn into 6.- turned it down EXERCISE take up 2.- take after 3.- take off 4.- taken over 5.- take up 6.- take over
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