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 CONTENTS 11 -1 11 -2 11 -3 11 -4 11 -5 11 -6 CONTENTS 11 -1 11 -2 11 -3 11 -4 11 -5 11 -6 May / Might vs. will Maybe (one word) vs. may be (two words) Future time clauses with before, after, and when Clauses with if Expressing habitual present with time clauses… Using what + a form of do

11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL It may rain tomorrow. 3 11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL It may rain tomorrow. 3

11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL (a) It may rain tomorrow. possibility in 11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL (a) It may rain tomorrow. possibility in the May + verb future 4

11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL (a) It may rain tomorrow. (b) Zoe 11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL (a) It may rain tomorrow. (b) Zoe may be at school now. possibility in the future May + verb or present 5

11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL (a) It may rain tomorrow. (b) Zoe 11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL (a) It may rain tomorrow. (b) Zoe may be at school now. (c) It might rain tomorrow. (d) Zoe might be at school now. may = might 6

11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL (a) It may rain tomorrow. (b) Zoe 11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL (a) It may rain tomorrow. (b) Zoe at school now. may be might rain (c) It tomorrow. might be (d) Zoe at school now. may rain = might rain 7

11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL (a) It may rain tomorrow. (b) Zoe 11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL (a) It may rain tomorrow. (b) Zoe at school now. may be might rain (c) It tomorrow. might be (d) Zoe at school now. may be = might be 8

11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL (e) Mr. Lee will be at work 11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL (e) Mr. Lee will be at work tomorrow. (f) Theresa may / might be at the party tonight. speaker feels will be sure may / might be speaker doesn’t know 9

11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL (f) Theresa may be at the party 11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL (f) Theresa may be at the party tonight. (g) Theresa may / might not be at the party tonight. may be NEGATIVE +similar may be not may not/ might meaning might not be 10

11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL ? Theresa may will be at the 11 -1 MAY / MIGHT vs. WILL ? Theresa may will be at the party tonight. ? Theresa might will be at the party tonight. 11

11 -1 Let’s Practice I will be 35 years old on Monday. sure ? 11 -1 Let’s Practice I will be 35 years old on Monday. sure ? not sure 12

11 -1 Let’s Practice Adrianna might be at my party. sure ? not sure 11 -1 Let’s Practice Adrianna might be at my party. sure ? not sure 13

11 -1 Let’s Practice Yung won’t be at the party. She might go to 11 -1 Let’s Practice Yung won’t be at the party. She might go to Hong Kong on Monday. sure ? not sure 14

11 -2 MAYBE (ONE WORD) vs. MAY BE (TWO WORDS) Maybe he will be 11 -2 MAYBE (ONE WORD) vs. MAY BE (TWO WORDS) Maybe he will be in our class. 15

11 -2 MAYBE (ONE WORD) vs. MAY BE (TWO WORDS) (a) “Will he be 11 -2 MAYBE (ONE WORD) vs. MAY BE (TWO WORDS) (a) “Will he be in our class? ” “I don’t know. Maybe he will be in our class, and maybe he won’t. ” S V (b) Maybe he will be in our class. adverb Maybe = possibility 16

11 -2 MAYBE (ONE WORD) vs. MAY BE (TWO WORDS) adverb S V (b) 11 -2 MAYBE (ONE WORD) vs. MAY BE (TWO WORDS) adverb S V (b) Maybe he will be in our class. S maybe + subject + verb V (c) He (one word) in our class. may be may be = verb (two words) 17

11 -2 MAYBE (ONE WORD) vs. MAY BE (TWO WORDS) may be maybe verb 11 -2 MAYBE (ONE WORD) vs. MAY BE (TWO WORDS) may be maybe verb adverb 18

11 -2 Let’s Practice maybe may be It ______ fun to go rafting. may 11 -2 Let’s Practice maybe may be It ______ fun to go rafting. may be 19

11 -2 Let’s Practice maybe may be Rafting ______ expensive. may be 20 11 -2 Let’s Practice maybe may be Rafting ______ expensive. may be 20

11 -2 Let’s Practice maybe may be ______ we have enough money Maybe to 11 -2 Let’s Practice maybe may be ______ we have enough money Maybe to go rafting. 21

11 -2 Let’s Practice maybe may be The weather ______ bad tonight. may be 11 -2 Let’s Practice maybe may be The weather ______ bad tonight. may be Maybe ______ we will have bad weather. 22

11 -3 FUTURE TIME CLAUSES WITH BEFORE, AFTER, AND WHEN Before Kiara goes home 11 -3 FUTURE TIME CLAUSES WITH BEFORE, AFTER, AND WHEN Before Kiara goes home today, she will do her homework. 23

11 -3 FUTURE TIME CLAUSES WITH BEFORE, AFTER, AND WHEN (a) Before Kiara goes 11 -3 FUTURE TIME CLAUSES WITH BEFORE, AFTER, AND WHEN (a) Before Kiara goes home today, she will do her homework. SIMPLE PRESENT in future time clauses Before Kiara will go home today, she will do her homework. ? Before Kiara is going to go home today, she will do her homework. ? 24

11 -3 FUTURE TIME CLAUSES WITH BEFORE, AFTER, AND WHEN (b) Kiara is going 11 -3 FUTURE TIME CLAUSES WITH BEFORE, AFTER, AND WHEN (b) Kiara is going to go home today after she does her homework. a future time clause 25

11 -3 FUTURE TIME CLAUSES WITH BEFORE, AFTER, AND WHEN a future time clause 11 -3 FUTURE TIME CLAUSES WITH BEFORE, AFTER, AND WHEN a future time clause (c) When I turn 21 next year , I’m going to get married. 26

11 -3 Let’s Practice time clause ? I’m going to go play outside after 11 -3 Let’s Practice time clause ? I’m going to go play outside after I eat another cookie. 27

11 -3 Let’s Practice time clause ? Before I go home , I’m going 11 -3 Let’s Practice time clause ? Before I go home , I’m going to buy a scarf at the store. 28

11 -3 Let’s Practice I’m going to be a doctor after I finish medical 11 -3 Let’s Practice I’m going to be a doctor after I finish medical school. time clause ? 29

11 -4 CLAUSES WITH IF If you cut the carrots, I’ll make the soup. 11 -4 CLAUSES WITH IF If you cut the carrots, I’ll make the soup. 30

11 -4 CLAUSES WITH IF (a) you cut the carrots, I’ll make the soup. 11 -4 CLAUSES WITH IF (a) you cut the carrots, I’ll make the soup. If main clause if-clause (b) I’ll make the soup if you cut the carrots. main clause if-clause, if-clause 31

11 -4 CLAUSES WITH IF (c) If I have enough money, I’m going to 11 -4 CLAUSES WITH IF (c) If I have enough money, I’m going to go on vacation. if-clause main clause (d) If we don’t have class tomorrow, I’ll go skiing. if-clause main clause SIMPLE PRESENT in if-clauses future time 32

11 -4 Let’s Practice pay clean If she ____ us, we ____ her pays 11 -4 Let’s Practice pay clean If she ____ us, we ____ her pays will clean house. 33

11 -4 Let’s Practice eat marry She ____ great food if will eat marries 11 -4 Let’s Practice eat marry She ____ great food if will eat marries she _______ that chef. 34

11 -4 Let’s Practice learn move If Jacob ______ to speak Italian, learns is 11 -4 Let’s Practice learn move If Jacob ______ to speak Italian, learns is going to move he _______ to Italy. will move 35

11 -5 EXPRESSING HABITUAL PRESENT WITH TIME CLAUSES AND IF-CLAUSES After I finish my 11 -5 EXPRESSING HABITUAL PRESENT WITH TIME CLAUSES AND IF-CLAUSES After I finish my work, I play the piano. 36

11 -5 EXPRESSING HABITUAL PRESENT WITH TIME CLAUSES AND IF-CLAUSES (a) FUTURE After Meg 11 -5 EXPRESSING HABITUAL PRESENT WITH TIME CLAUSES AND IF-CLAUSES (a) FUTURE After Meg does her homework, she will play the piano. simple present - in the time clause After Meg does her homework (every day), she always plays PRESENT the piano. simple present - in both clauses (b) HABITUAL 37

11 -5 EXPRESSING HABITUAL PRESENT WITH TIME CLAUSES AND IF-CLAUSES (c) FUTURE If it 11 -5 EXPRESSING HABITUAL PRESENT WITH TIME CLAUSES AND IF-CLAUSES (c) FUTURE If it snows tomorrow, I am going to go skiing. simple present - in the time clause (d) HABITUAL If it snows , I go skiing. PRESENT simple present - in both clauses 38

11 -5 Let’s Practice After Jeff ____ to the grocery store, goes going to 11 -5 Let’s Practice After Jeff ____ to the grocery store, goes going to cook he is ______ dinner. go cook 39

11 -5 Let’s Practice He always ____ to the grocery store, goes cooks before 11 -5 Let’s Practice He always ____ to the grocery store, goes cooks before he ______ dinner. go cook 40

11 -5 Let’s Practice be wear If it __ sunny, she ______ sunglasses. is 11 -5 Let’s Practice be wear If it __ sunny, she ______ sunglasses. is wears 41

11 -6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO What does he do every 11 -6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO What does he do every day? 42

11 -6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO PRESENT (a) What does he 11 -6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO PRESENT (a) What does he do every day? He works in a hospital every day. (b) What is he doing right now? He is working in a hospital. a form What + of do about activities 43

11 -6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO PRESENT (c) What does he 11 -6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO PRESENT (c) What does he do? He is a doctor. What do you do? = What is your job? 44

11 -6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO PAST (d) What did she 11 -6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO PAST (d) What did she do yesterday? She flew to Alaska. 45

11 -6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO FUTURE (e) What are you 11 -6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO FUTURE (e) What are you going to do next week? I’m going to paint my bedroom. 46

11 -6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO FUTURE (f) What will we 11 -6 USING WHAT + A FORM OF DO FUTURE (f) What will we do if the lights go out? We’ll use candles. 47

11 -6 Let’s Practice they do golf play do they do What _____ on 11 -6 Let’s Practice they do golf play do they do What _____ on Saturdays? They _____ on Saturdays. play golf 48

11 -6 Let’s Practice do will they do What _____ next Saturday? golf play 11 -6 Let’s Practice do will they do What _____ next Saturday? golf play They _____ next Saturday. will play golf they 49

11 -6 Let’s Practice he do What _______ do? (job) does he doctor He 11 -6 Let’s Practice he do What _______ do? (job) does he doctor He _____. is a doctor 50

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