- Vocabulary: Shopping. Prefixes. Nouns and prepositions
- Grammar: Conditionals. Time clauses
- Reading: Scanning a text for specific information
- Listening: Dialogues
- Speaking: Comparing and contrasting pictures. Expressing preferences
- Writing: A formal letter
Conditional sentences are usually divided into two parts (called clauses): the if part and the main clause. You have all the information about the form, uses and examples of these types of sentences in page 82 of your books or in pages 125-126 of the grammar appendix (in Catalan).
Now you should be ready to do the following exercises about conditionals. If you need more practice you will find more exercises at agendaweb.
- First conditional 1
- First conditional 2
- First conditional 3
- First conditional 4
- Second conditional 1
- Second conditional 2
- Second conditional 3
- Second conditional 4
- First & Second conditional
- First / Second conditional
- First Conditional or Second Conditional Quiz
- Error Correction – Conditionals
- Marge’s Day Of Hell
- Third Conditional Exercise
- Conditional clauses 1
- Conditional clauses 2
- Conditional clauses 3
- Conditional clauses 4
SCANNING FOR INFORMATION
The purpose of scanning is to locate specific information quickly and efficiently by moving their eyes down a page looking for specific facts or key words or phrases. When using books, you should pinpoint specific pages to scan by first examining the table of contents and/or index.
The Scanning game will help you practise scanning for information as you try to discover who has committed a horrible murder in Sleazeville!
PREFIXES – OPPOSITE ADJECTIVES
In page 126 of your books you have explained how some prefixes are added to adjectives to form the opposite. Read it carefully and do the following exercises to check if you have understood it!
LISTENING – DIALOGUES
If you want to practice your listening, here you have some interesting dialogues that may be useful to you.
WRITING A FORMAL LETTER
In the link formal letter you’ll find very useful information about writing formal letters. Have a look at it, and optionally you can write a formal letter to firstname.lastname@example.org to get an extra mark.