Objetivo de la guíaEsta guía tiene el propósito de ofrecer al alumno diversas explicaciones, ejerciciosrelacionados con las diferentes unidades del Programa de Inglés IV del Planactualizado (2016), así como recursos en línea que le apoyen en la preparación delexamen extraordinario.La guía está organizada según los propósitos de las unidades y apegándose a losaprendizajes y contenidos temáticos de las cuatro unidades del programa de laasignatura.Cada unidad incluye explicaciones sobre los temas gramaticales, ejemplos yejercicios así como actividades para desarrollar las diferentes habilidades de lalengua como son: expresión escrita y oral además de la comprensión auditiva y delectura. Al final de cada unidad se presenta una mini evaluación de los temasgramaticales; se incluye un ejemplo de evaluación de una de las cuatro habilidadesde la lengua.También se incluye la clave de respuesta, audioscripts y soluciones de lasminievaluaciones. En la bibliografía se muestran una serie de sitios web de apoyopara la consulta de alumnos.El examen muestraconsta de cinco secciones correspondientes a la partegramatical 25 reactivos ( 50%), la expresión oral 6 (12%), expresión escrita 5(10%) y para la comprensión auditiva y de lectura 7 reactivos cada una ( 14% c/u) ,lo que dan un total de 50 reactivos (100%). Se anexan las listas de cotejo para laevaluación de la expresión escrita y oral con el objeto de que el alumno conozcalos parámetros de estas secciones.2

ÍndiceIntroducción2Unidad 14Unidad 223Unidad 340Unidad 464Examen muestra77Bibliografía alumnos82Bibliografia consultada.843

UNIDAD 1 COMPARTIR EXPERIENCIAS PASADASPropósito: al finalizar la unidad el alumno será capaz de intercambiar información paracontrastar sucesos concluidos y aquellos que se estaban desarrollando en el pasado, demanera oral y escrita.DESCRIBING ONGOING PAST ACTIVITIESThe Blackout (El apagón)Last night at 8:00 there was a black out in Brooklyn. The lights went out all over theneighbourhood.Mr. and Mrs. Johnson were riding in the elevator and Sally was taking a bath.1231. Amy was doing exercise at the gym.2. Sam was playing video games.3. They were arranging a meeting with a customer.GrammarThese actions happened in a certain moment of the night, in a concrete moment. Toexpress these actions we use the PAST CONTINUOUS.4

What were you doing last night?- I was cooking the dinner.- My brothers were training karate.- My mom was writing a report for her job.Look at the verbs in bold, they form the past continuous.I WAS COOKING THE DINNER. Past of verb to beWAS / WEREmain verb in gerund form: -“ing”Check that the verb ―to be‖(was / were) is the auxiliaryin this tense.Check the conjugation of the verb TO BE:Personalpronounsaffirmative ----- negativeI / youwas ---- wasn t ---was notHe /she /itwas --- wasn t --- was notWe /you/theywere --- weren t --- were notWHAT S THE GERUND FORM?The gerund form helps to express a simultaneous action, it is formed adding ―-ING‖ to theverb:sleep—- sleeping (dormir—- durmiendo)cook —- cooking (cocinar—- cocinando)It s important to remember that the gerund is not a tense, it is a form of the verb thathelps to form tenses.Rules to form the gerund:1.General rule: add “-ing”.work —- working2. One syllable verbs with a vowel in themiddle, double the last —- runningthink—- thinkingswim —- swimming5

3. Verbs ending in ―e‖, erase it and add ―ing‖.4. Verbs ending in ―y‖, just add ―-ing‖.dance —- dancingdeclare declaringstudy —- studyingcry —- cryingA. Write the gerund form of the verbs.Simple formGerundSimple . Look at the drawings and answer the question. Write sentences describing theactions.What were the people doing last night at 8:00?12341.2.3.4.This table shows the different type of sentences in the PAST CONTINUOUS:Subject was/were V-ing complementAffirmative formMy mom was writing a report for her job.6

Negative formLucy and Tom were driving to Toronto.I was watering the plants when you called me.My mom wasn t writing a report for her job.Lucy and and Tom weren t driving to Toronto.I wasn t watering the plants when you called me.Question formWas she writing a report for her job?Were Lucy and Tom driving to Toronto?Was he /she watering the plants?Short answerYes, she was. / No, she wasn t.Yes, they were. / No they weren t.Yes, he was. / No, he wasn t.Question WH- wordWhat were you doing yesterday night?Who was making the dinner ?Where were you having dinner when I called you?C. Complete the sentences with:having, was, some kids, wasn t, eating, were.1. Eleanor making a cake, she was cooking scrambled eggs.2. the clerks cleaning the store windows?3. Some rabbits were the lettuces that my dad planted.4. A: I bet your mom was a cup of tea when you arrived!B: Yes, she loves it!5. During the break, were playing ―hide and seek‖.6. Alan writing a speech to welcome the minister.D. Complete the sentences, use the verbs given. Remember the PAST CONTINUOUSis formed by the combination of was / were and a main verb in gerund form. Look atthe example.Example:You: Ann a birthday card for Anthony? (draw)You: Was Ann drawing a birthday card for Anthony?Jim: Yes, she was.1. Alice: Glen for his wallet. (look)Jim: No, he .7

2. John said that your students about the answers of the exams. (talk)3. When the robbery happened, the police officers the neighbourhood.(patrol, neg.)4. Peter: Clark a German course last summer? (take)Mary: No, he .5. Samuel and his wife around the world for about 3 years. (travel)WHEN and WHILESentences in past continuous seem to be incomplete:"He was walking down the street".When we read it, we expect something . and then ? To complete the idea we can inserta sentence in past simple using the word "when" (cuando):He was walking down the street when he saw an accident with a bike.past continuous -- was walking past simple-- sawNotice that the action in progress is interrupted by another action, this one isexpressed in past simple.She was cutting some paper flowers when her son arrived home.The kids were reading a comic when the light went off. There is also a way to express two actions in progress that were happening at thesame time using the word while:Louis was knitting a sweater for her baby daughter while she was taking a nap.was knitting--past continuouswas taking -- past continuousThe dogs were playing in the garden while Sue was fixing the flowers.Bob was working in Boston while his wife was studying a Master s degree in the same city.8

E. Yesterday “The Martins” went for a picnic. This is what they were doing.Write sentences in the past continuous including WHILE. Use the prompts.1 . Dad / eat / chocolate / while / the kids / have / fun2. Sam / enjoy / a sandwich / while / Kate /serve / some milk3. Miriam / have / ice cream / while / the cat / stand / under / the table4. While / dad / eat / a chocolate / the dog / beg / for some / !F. Actions: interrupted or at the same time? Complete the sentences withWHEN or WHILE.1. Helen was sleeping her dog started to bark and woke her up.2. The plumber was fixing the stove I was answering some e-mails.3.The children were playing in the pool the parents were chatting and drinking abeer.4. the secretary left the office, her boss was having a meeting.5. Ralph was reading the new Spider Man comic I called him.6. A: Were you taking a class the earthquake started?9

B: No, I wasn t.7. My little twin brothers were watching a video the light went out.8.The nurses of the Regional Hospital were taking a course doctors wereoperating.9. I were walking to the subway station I was talking with my friend Jane.10. I was reading a science fiction book a storm began.ReadingReview: Tipos de lecturaA) Skimming is one of the most common reading strategies.Skimming is reading a text quickly to get a general idea of text. A skim readingmeans going through the text to get a global idea, particularly, its organization(title, introduction) and content (diagrams, subheadings). This strategy is usefulwhen we want to know if the material has the information we need for a concretetask or when when we don t have enough time to read the whole text.To get a general idea you need to take some aspects in consideration:A general idea is a main point that the author is making (alsocalled a central or key idea).It is what the text is mostly about. Sometimes this idea can besupported with details of the text, for example:titles, subheadings, first and last sentences of each section.To find the general idea of "The Lion and the Mouse‖, a fable by Aesop; follow these steps:1. Identify the title. It means the text is a story, so you will find a sequence of eventsand probably a "moral" (moraleja).10

2. Find the events of the story:A. Read the fable and identify these parts:The Lion & the MouseA Lion lay asleep in the forest, his great head resting on his paws. Atimid little Mouse came upon him unexpectedly, and in her fright andhaste to get away, ran across the Lion's nose. Roused from his nap, theLion laid his huge paw angrily on the tiny creature to kill her."Spare me!" begged the poor Mouse. "Please let me go and some day Iwill surely repay you."The Lion was much amused to think that a Mouse could ever help him.But he was generous and finally let the Mouse go.Some days later, while stalking his prey in the forest, the Lion wascaught in the toils of a hunter's net. Unable to free himself, he filled theforest with his angry roaring. The Mouse knew the voice and quicklyfound the Lion struggling in the net. Running to one of the great ropesthat bound him, she gnawed it until it parted, and soon the Lion wasfree."You laughed when I said I would repay you," said the Mouse. "Now yousee that even a Mouse can help a Lion."1. Title. The story is called ― The Lion and the Mouse‖. It s easy to understand thatthey are the two characters of the main story. But if you try to see more, the lionmay mean ―power‖ and ―greatness‖ and the mouse might mean ―the small things‖,the ―weak things‖.2. The events of the story.11

A) A mouse passed by a lion sleeping.B) The lion wanted to eat her.C) She tried to make a deal ―If you let me go, I will help you one day, when youneed it‖.D) The lion accepted.E) Day later, the lion was caught in a hunter s net and needed helped.F) The mouse came and freed him.G) The lion remembered his deal with the mouse.3. What s the general idea of the text? (Write whatyou think)If you go back to the story, you will see that the main idea can be taken from the lastsentence of the story: “ Now you see that even a Mouse can help a Lion." What does thatmean? Small things count.B) ScanningAnother reading strategy is the one called ―scanning‖. It is used when we need to getspecific information such as events, dates, names, numbers or quantities that arecleared expressed in the text. This strategy implies that the reader goes along the textreading it quickly, – scanning it – to get the required specific information.B.Scan the news “Back from dead?” and answer the questions.12

BACK FROM DEAD?How much should a man have to pay for leaving his wife andtwo sons and disappearing from more than 20 years? A USjudge says 1.86 million. That s how much Richard Hoaglandmust give the family he left behind in 1993. Police now knowthat he stole the identity of a dead man and started a newlife under that man s name. He married again, had anotherson and bought a home on the coast of Florida. It was thedead man s family who discovered Hoagland s crime in 2013through Since then, Hoagland has been inprison for two years; he has been sued by his first wife anddivorced by his second wife, who knew nothing of his crime.―Spotlight‖, 10/18, Germany, p. 9.1.Where did the situation happen?2.What was the problem about?3.How much money did Hoagland have to pay to his ex-wife?4. When did they discover the crime?5. What happened to Hoagland?13

WritingUse these guidelines to help you consider the elements of a composition.All stories include:1.Focus on CONTENTa) A beginning: It should get the readers‘ attention and make them want to read more.b) A middle part: It has details about events for example in chronological order: What isthe most important information of the middle part?c) An ending: It brings the story to a close. A story can have a surprise ending:What is the surprising thing of the ending?2. Focus on LANGUAGETo write a text, you need to include sequencing words:a) To start a story — One day / night / timeIn the beginning,Some years ago When I was 20 years old .b) Order of events — At first, Next, Then, After that, Ten minutes later, .c) End a story –– In the end, Finally, .14

SUMMERVACATIONS(1) summer, the Bradley Family packed up their car anddrove to the mountains for a weekend camping trip. Jimmy couldn t waitto go fishing. His older sister Nicole love to hike. Mom and dad justwanted to relax.(2) the family arrived, Jimmy and Nicole helped their parentsset up the tents. (3) Nicole took a walk down by the river.(4) dinner, the family roasted marshmallows and told ghoststories around the campfire. The sounds of crickets gently put everyoneto sleep.Early in the morning, Jimmy caught a big fish. Nicole dad rode their bikes,and mom read a new book. It was hard to go back home the next day.Everyone had so much fun, (5) they agreed it was the bestvacation ever!StoriesA.Read the sentences. Decide the order of them to create the story. Write the letters.A Cracked WindshieldA) While he was walking down the street, he was trying toplay the yo-yo, but it wasn t that easy.B) The yo-yo landed on a red car s windshield! It wascracked!C) It was a shiny red yo-yo.D) A man was walking back home after a long work day.E) He tried to make a "trick" and suddenly the rope broke and the yo-yo flew in theair!15

F) When he turned around, he saw a woman selling toys and one in special calledhis attention.G) When he saw it, he immediately remembered his childhood and decided to buyone.1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7.B. Read the story and insert the sentences to complete it."An Unfriendly Dog"My friend Steve told me what happened to him (1). He was walking tohis office (2) he saw the white dog of every day – ―Sharky‖. But thistime, the dog was staring at him deeply. Steve didn t pay attention to that and justkept walking. But (3) a moment, the dog started to run towards himand bit him. He couldn t believe it! Immediately the Sharky s owner came out of thehouse and (4)a doctor. Steve said it wasn t necessary, it(5) that bad! The owner was so ashamed! He said that the onlyreason for his dog s attack was that Steve (6) light blue pants! Thatwas the color of the man that washes him and the dog hates taking showers!!!A) afterB) was wearingE) today in the morningC) whenF) calledD) wasn tListening16

A. Listen to Dave telling a story to Anna. Complete the conversation.―A Nightmare‖Dave: Did I tell you about my dream (1)?Anna: No, tell me about it.Dave: OK. At the beginning, I (2) in a park at night. I was (3)slowly when a bear (4) out at me!Ana: Oh, no! What did you do?Dave: I (5) behind a big tree, and I (6) quietly. But the tree got smallerand smaller!Anna: Oh! That s weird!Dave: I know! Then the bear (7) me and chased me! (8) the bear(9) me, I screamed loudly!Anna: So, then what happened?Dave: The bear caught me, and I (10) up! It was scary!Uncover 2B. Listen to the different people talking about strange situations and match thesentences. Write the letter on the lines.1. Someone.A) won the game.2. The girl s cat .B) took the boy s lunch at the school.3. Someone stole .C) wore the same shirt.4. The teacher D) ran toward her.5. The boy s soccer team.E) gave the class some chocolate for herbirthday.6. Two girls F) the boy s lock.1.2.3. 4. 5. 6.Speaking17

What do you know about these people? How did they die?A. Write and then practice a conversation with a partner talking about these famouspeople. Surf the internetto know about them and A: Who was Princess Diana?use the clues.B: She was the wife of Prince Charles of England.A: How did she die?B: After her divorce, she had a boyfriend called Dodi AlFayed. One day, in 1997, Diana and Fayed were traveling ina car in Paris. The driver lost control of the car while theywere crossing the Paris bridge and crashed. All died in theaccident.18

CLUESKurt Cobainsinger / band Nirvana/ American / die Washington April 8th 1994 / depression / consumedrugs / commit suicide / a shotgunMartin Luther Kingactivist / civil rights black people / American / die Memphis April 4th 1968 / give a speech /support workers / a bullet / right cheek / a murdererJohn Lennonmusician / band The Beatles / British / die New York December 8th 1980 / a fan: DavidChapman / 4 shots / come back homeMINI-EVALUATION1. Which sentence expresses a past action in progress?A) She learned French some years ago.B) She is working in a language center.C) She was learning French when she met Pierre.2. Select a sentence to complete the past action in progress.Joseph was writing a report when .A) he was drinking a coke.B) he is calling.C) he saw a hummingbird from the window.3. Complete the sentences using the verbs in parenthesis. Use PAST SIMPLE orPAST CONTINUOUS.19

a) Ann and her daughter (make) clay figures until 6:00 p.m.b) When I (meet) Jane, she was 18 years old.c) you (watch) the Monday night game when I called you yesterday?d) While Sam was painting the kitchen, I (cook) in the garden.e) The pop star (not sing) live, she was singing "play back".4. Complete the sentences with WHEN or WHILE.a) Were you singing you were taking a shower this morning? I guess I heardyour voice!b) The man was walking along Madero street he heard a voice calling "helpplease".c) the political debate was taking place, two soccer teams were playing the finalgame of the tournament.MINI-EVALUATION- WRITINGA. Sequence of a story.20

Look at the events in the drawings. Write a number to order them. Then write a story ofwhat happened. Include sequencing words like first, then, later, finally. 50 words.ANSWER KEYA.Practice verbs in gerund form.21

Simple formGerundSimple eaningB. What were they doing? (Answers may vary)1. He was cooking dinner.2. They were having breakfast.3. She was reading the newspaper.4. They were doing homework.C. Was or were? Complete the sentences 1. wasn t 2. were 3. eating 4. having 5. some kids 6.wasD. 1. was looking / wasn t2. were talking3. weren t patrolling4. Was–taking / wasn t5. were travelingE. “Picnic”1. Dad was eating a chocolate while the kids were having fun.2. Sam was enjoying a sandwich while Kate was serving some milk.3. Miriam was having an ice cream while the cat was standing under the table.4. While dad was eating a chocolate, the dog was begging for some!F. When or while?1. when 2. while 3. while 4. when 5. When 6. when 7.when 8. While 9. While 10. When.READINGBack from Dead1. In US.2.A man stole the identity of a dead man and started a new life.3.1.86 million.4.2013.5.He was in jail and paid 1.86 million dollars to his ex-wife.*Article taken from the magazine “Spotlight”, 10/18, Germany, p. 9.WritingA. "Summer Vacations"1. Last 2. When 3. Then 4. After 5. In the end22

B. Stories. A Cracked Windshield 1-D 2-F 3-C 4-G 5-A 6-E 7- BAn Unfriendly DogListening.A. 1. Last nightAUDIOSCRIPT1-E 2-C 3-A 4-F 5-D 6-B2. Was3. Walking 4. Waited 5. While 6. Chasing 7. woke"A Nightmare"Dave: Did I tell you about my dream last night?Anna: No. Tell me about it.Dave: O.K. In the beginning, I was in a park at night. I was walking slowly when a bear jumped out atme!Anna: Oh, no! What did you do?Dave: I hid behind a tree, and I waited quietly. But the tree got smaller and smaller!Anna: That s weird!Dave: I know. Then the bear found me and chased me! While the bear was chasing me, I screamedloudly!Anna: So, the what happened?Dave: The bear caught me, and I woke up! It was scary!1. B 2. D 3. F 4. E 5. A 6. CB.Audioscript "Strange Situations" Uncover 2 pag. 48.1. I brought my lunch to school last Wednesday, like I always do. I put it in my locker and went toclass. Before lunch, I went to my locker to get it but it wasn t there. I still don t know what happenedto it.2. A couple of weeks ago, my cat Jasper escaped. Then, on Saturday, I was hanging out to the parkwith some friends and it came out of the woods and ran towards me.3. I rode my bike to school. When I came back to get it, the bike was still there but the lock wasn t.4. Actually, something unusual happened in my class yesterday. Everybody in the class found achocolate on their desks. Then, the teacher came in and told us it was her birthday.5. Last week my soccer team was playing the best team in the week. I scored the winning goalduring the last five minutes of the game. It was awesome and it was my first goal of the season.6. Well, last weekend, I wore a new shirt to my friend s birthday party, and she was wearing thesame one. It was really embarrassing.Speaking: (open answers)MINI EVALUATION1. C 2. D3. a) were making b) met c) were, watching d ) was cooking e) wasn t singing4.a) while b) when c) whileMINI EVALUATION: WRITINGOrder of events 4, 1, 3, 2, 5UNIDAD 2 COMPARTIR PLANES Y PREDICCIONESPropósito de la unidad: El alumno será capaz de expresar planes y predicciones paradescribir situaciones futuras, de manera oral y escrita.23

PLANNING AND PREDICTINGSurely you like planning. Been a teenager is all about imagining the future.Are these things in your plans?A. Circle the ones that are more important to you and complete the ones that aremissing the verb.have ahave lots of friendsa carbe famousboy/girlfriendlearn to drivechildrengo to collegehave a nice jobgo shoppingget married.totravel abroadthat newcellphoneSo many things can happen! So you need to plan. But how can you express all that inEnglish? Take a look to the next part.GrammarYou surely want to talk about the future. The most common form to do it is usingSubject verb to be “going to.” verb complement24

You use verb to be ―going to‖ when you want toexpress:*Your plans and intentions.I am going to visit my grandmother.My sister is going to save some money.My parents are going to buy a new car.In ten years, I am going to celebrate my 20thanniversary.* Predictions based on evidence.Look at the clouds. It is going to rain.Watch out! The car is going to crash!I am super tired, I am going to fall asleep.If you want to say something like this:I am going to go to Acapulco next vacation.IT MEANS THE SAME!I am going to Acapulco next vacation.Some expressions to add to your ideas to mark the future tense are:tomorrow, next week / month /year / Sunday,the day after tomorrow, tonight,in a week / month / hour / second.A. Complete the sentences with the correct form of “going to” following theexamples.1. I Guerrero next Friday.2. She watch a movie with her boyfriend tonight.3. We finish semester in two weeks.4. They to Acapulco next December.5. He adapt his new house for the new baby.25

So, you are studying because you need to pass your exam. You can express a plansomething like this, it is your intention:12THE FORMTO EXPRESSINTENTIONSANDPREDICTIONS:VERB TO BE GOING TOSUBJECT5.PUNCTUATION:A STOP,TO FINISH.3. THE VERB(THE ACTIONOF THE PLAN)6. YOU CANSTART ALLOVER AGAIN.4. THECOMPLEMENT(THE REST OF THEIDEAAnd this GOING TO doesn t change if we change subject, the only part that changes is theVERB TO BEPositiveI am going to get a 10.You are going to get a 10.He/She/It is going to get a 10.We/ You/ They are going to get a 10.NegativeI am not going to fail my exam nextmonth.You are not going to buy a car.He/She/It is not going to watch a movietonight.We/ You/ They are not going to goshopping tomorrow.Interrogative and short answersAre you going to Paris for your 15th birthday? .Yes, I am.Is he going to buy that new cellphone? .No, he isn t.26

WH questionsWhy are you staying?time.What are you going to do?Because I am going to dance moreI am going to do my homework.Where are you going to stay?I am going to stay at a hotel.How are you going to pass the exam?I am going to study a lot.So, now you are ready to plan and predict!B.Order the next plans and predictions1.I-dance-going- all-am-the- night-to- -this-?5. are-Computers-become-to-faster-going.C. Transform these sentences into negatives1.Classes are going to be by holograms.2.The pollution is horrible. This planet is going to die.3.My daughter is going to have two babies.27

4.I am going to pass the exam.D. Choose A, B or C as needed to make correct questions1.A: the soccer championship going to be in Katar in 2020?a)2.b) Isc) AreA: Ronaldiño and Messi going to retire in 2021?a)3.AmAmb)Isc) AreA: Where spend our vacations?a)they goingb) you going to c) are we going toE. Complete the questions and answer them according to theimage.1. Angie theparty?2. we eat pizzatomorrow?3. they work all day?4. it be sunnytomorrow?5. Fido meet other dogs at thepark?6. you to stay awake so late? -Because I have anexam tomorrow.7. he to come back? –On Wednesday.28

ReadingRemember the types of reading: skimming (lectura de ojeada), scanning (lecturaselective) and search reading (lectura de búsqueda).When you skim a text you want to know the general idea of the text you want to read. Skimthe following text and answer.1.What is the general idea of the reading?a) Lucy s educationb) Lucy s plansc) How is Lucy going to become famousWhat is the general idea in a text?A GENERAL IDEA synthetizes everything that you read. It is a wide statement. It is aboutall the text with no going deeper into details. When you search for a general idea do notstress out about specific things. Ask yourself: “What is the reading about?Read the next text.#futureplansWELCOME TO MY HOMEPAGE!!!!!!!Today I am going to talk about my future plans!Hello there! I am Lucy. I am 30 years old. Istudied High School inthe CCH, then I studied ―Theater‖ at the University. Those days were perfect! Now I workat an acting company. I am new here but I have many plans for my life, my job and myfamily. I am a planning girl! Want to know?I am going to become famous! I am working hard and I am writing a play so I know I amgoing to be super famous!My play is about love. Oh, love is my favorite topic. Well, I have a boyfriend sinceUniversity. He is an actor, a handsome actor. I know he is going to ask me to marry him so Iam going to get marry and I am so happy! We are going on tours every year. We are goingto Paris some years after marrying. Oh! If I am going to marry, I am going to start a dietbecause I want to be beautiful! I am going to eat lots of protein and fruits.I have another big plan: I am going to save a lot of money to buy my mother that house shelikes.Well, while that happens, I am going to adopt those two beautiful dogs at the refuge that Isaw last week. I am going to do that next Monday, I already have an appointment. Oh bythe way, next week is my parents‘ anniversary so I am going shopping tonight for the mostbeautiful present.Oh, it is going to rain, I can see it in the clouds, so I need to go.29

Wait for my next entry for sure I am going to show you my dogs and my parents anniversary present.and I hope my engagement ring too!Can t wait to be in touch with you again!Bye. Michel T.A. Now practice scanning and write T for True or F for False in the followingsentences.1. Lucy is going to become famous.TF2. Lucy and her husband are going to write a play.TF3. Lucy is going to get married.TF4. Lucy is going to have children.TF5. Lucy is going to Paris.TFB. Now practice search reading answer the questions.6. Why is Lucy going to become famous?7. What is Lucy going to buy for her mother?8. What is Lucy going to do next Monday?9. What is Lucy doing tonight?10. What is she going to show you next time?WritingA. Write your own homepage: who you are and your plans forthe next vacations! Write about 6 or seven plans you haveHi! Welcome to my homepage!#I am and I have a lot of plans formy next vacations!Want to know?See you soon!Bye!30

Sharing promises and predictions(WILL)Surely you are worried about the environment and where you live, like your:community,city, and w

5 What were you doing last night? - I was cooking the dinner. - My brothers were training karate. - My mom was writing a report for her job. Look at the verbs in bold, they form the past continuous. I WAS COOKING THE