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Unit 10. Communication. Lesson 3. A Closer Look 2

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UNIT 10: COMMUNICATION

Period 81:A CLOSER LOOK 2
1/ Listen again to part of the conversation in GETTING STARTED. Underline the future continuous tense and answer the questions.
Phuc: … How about this Sunday afternoon at 2.30 p.m.? There’s Superman 3.
Nick: Great…, but I’ll be having my Vietnamese class then. Let’s go for the 4.15 p.m. show. I’ll need to take the bus to Nguyen Du
Street and it’s quite far.
Phuc: But it’s not Galaxy Nguyen Du! We’ll be seeing it at Galaxy Nguyen Trai ...
What will Nick be doing at 2.30 p.m. this Sunday?
= > He’ll be having my Vietnamese class
2. What will Phuc and Nick be doing at about 4.15 p.m. this Sunday?
= > They will be watching a film at a cinema.
I. GRAMMAR:
A.THE FUTURE COUNTINUOUS:
Example: - At this time tomorrow, we will be playing football in the stadium.
We use the future continuous tense to express being in the
process of doing something at a specific time in the future.
Example:
Tonight at 8.30 p.m. Mai will be watching Frozen
again at home. She loves it!
(She will be in the process of watching the film at 8.30 p.m.)
Look out!
We often include a specific time when using the future continuous.
(+ ): S + WILL/ SHALL+ BE + V- ing
(- ): S + WILL / SHALL + NOT BE + V- ing
(? ): WILL/ SHALL+ S+ BE + V- ing?
Form:
I. GRAMMAR:
A.THE FUTURE COUNTINUOUS:
Act 2. Complete the sentences with the future continuous.
1. _____ he still (sleep) ____________ this time tomorrow? - No, he (study) ________________ in the library.
2. She’s now in Ho Chi Minh City but she (have)_____________ a holiday in Da Nang at the end of this month.
3. They (eat) _______________ dinner at 8 p.m.
4. _______ she (stay) ____________ in her classroom during the break today? - Yes, she (write)_______________ an email to her friend.
5. Mona says the children (play) _____________ in the garden when you arrive.
6. This time next year Phuc (learn) _______________ a new language.
Will
be sleeping
will be studying
will be having
will be eating
Will
be staying
will be writing
will be playing
will be learning
1.We won’t be using landline telephones in_________
2.We will still be sending snail mail in ___________.
3.We will be communicating with telepathy devices in ______ .
4.We will still be using art to communicate in ________.
5.We won’t be working F2F any more in _____.
6.We will be using signs in ____, but the signs will be more interactive.
Act 3: Look at the years provided. Work in groups to predict when the following may happen in the future. Then compare your answers with other groups.
2030 2214 2114
2114
2030
2214
2030
2214
2114
Phuc: Hi Nick. What happened today? We were waiting for ages and you never showed up!
Nick: Hi Phuc. Well I wanted to ask you the same question.
Phuc: Why? We planned to meet outside the cinema, didn’t we? We waited and then Mai decided to go in without you. She didn’t want to miss the start of Frozen you know. Did you oversleep or something?
Nick: No, I was there on time, and it was me who waited for you two.
Phuc: Are you kidding? We didn’t see you there. We tried to call you but couldn’t get through.
Nick: I couldn’t call you either. My battery was flat.
Phuc: Never mind. We can try again. How about this Sunday afternoon at 2.30 p.m.?There’s Superman 3.
Nick: Great ..., but I’ll be having my Vietnamese class then. Let’s go for the 4.15 p.m. show. I’ll need to take the bus to Nguyen Du Street and it’s quite far.
Phuc: But it’s not Galaxy Nguyen Du! We’ll be seeing it at Galaxy Nguyen Trai ... Wait ... Which cinema did you go to today?
Nick: Oh no, I went to Galaxy Nguyen Du. I wish my mobile phone had a better battery!
Act 4: Look at the conversation in GETTING STARTED again and write down all the verbs that are followed by to-infinitive that you can find.
Verbs + to-infi nitive
If we want to follow a verb with another action, we must use either a gerund (Unit 1) or an infinitive.
Example: They want to see Superman 3 this Sunday.
Some common verbs followed by to-infinitive
• Verbs of thinking: choose, decide, plan
• Verbs of feeling: love, hate, prefer
• Other verbs: try, want, need
Watch out!
Some verbs such as love, hate, prefer can be followed by both a gerund and to-infinitive without significant change in meaning.
Act 5 : Choose the best answer.
1. We’ve decided _______ in Ho Chi Minh City for three more days.
a. stay b. staying c. to stay
2. Do you want _______ a mobile phone battery that uses solar energy?
a. having b. to have c. has
3. They chose _______ the bus there.
a. to take b. will take c. taking
4. I tried _______ you lots of times but couldn’t get through.
a. called b. call c. to call
5. I think in the future many people will prefer_______ by using social media.
a. to communicate b. will communicate c. communicate
Act 6: The Dream List. Imagine we are in the year 2050. Work in pairs and select three ways of communication that you think will be most common. Then make the list longer by sharing your ideas with another pair using full sentences.

Example: We’ll be using video conferencing in every meeting.
We’ll be using telepathy devices regularly.
We’ll be using the interactive signs.
HOME WORK

- Learn by heart new words
- Do exercises in workbook
- Prepare next lesson: Communication
 
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