Learn to talk about your afternoon time

Unit 2 All Day Long

Lessons 24-26 Learn to talk about your afternoon time

Word Box

Communication Box

Housework

Yard

To look after sth

To do the room lawn

Handicrafts

… is speaking.

I’m sorry I can’t.

I prefer to… .

See you later, … .

1. Look and say what you can do in the afternoon.

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Example: I can help my granddad in the yard.

2. Listen and repeat.

MARY ANN

We have come for Mary Ann,

Mary Ann, Mary Ann,

We have come for Mary Ann,

Can she come out to play?

Mary Ann is sweeping,

Mary Ann is sweeping,

Mary Ann is sweeping,

She can’t come out to play.

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/æ/ – Ann, can

3. Look, match and say who can do that in your family.

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Example: I can look after the lawn in my family.

4. Listen and role-play.

AFTERNOON TELEPHONE TALK

Andrew: Hello, Mary Ann. Andrew is speaking. Can

You come out to play?

Mary Ann: Hi, Andrew. I’m sorry, I can’t. I’m helping my mum about the house.

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Andrew: Good for you! What are you doing?

Mary Ann: I’m sweeping the floor now. It’s our house cleaning day.

Andrew: I don’t like housework.

I prefer to help my granddad in the yard.

Mary Ann: What is your duty?

Andrew: I must look after the lawn in front of our

House. I’m going to do it now.

Mary Ann: I’m proud of you, Andrew. See you later in the afternoon.

Andrew: See you. Bye.

Remember!

I am helping my mum about the house now.

I prefer to help my granddad in the yard.

5. Talk with a friend about your other friends. Use:

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Learn to talk about your afternoon time

On your own: Draw a picture of your afternoon time and write 3-5 sentences about it.

Example: I like to help my mum about the house. It is my duty to do the room. I usually do it in the afternoon.

6. Look and guess what these children know much about.

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Example: I think Polly has got international friends from… .

7. Read and say what the children do in the afternoon.

JACK OF ALL TRADES

My name is Mary Ann. I have a friend, Andrew who is Jack of all trades1. He is only eight but he can do a lot of good work. For example, he can help his granddad in the yard. He often watches DIY programmes on TV and knows much about handicrafts. I am very proud of him.

My mum says that I am good at housework. I usually help her to do the rooms. Every Wednesday we have a

Jack of all trades – майстер на всі руки

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House cleaning day. It is my duty to look after my toys and keep them in order.

Now it is late afternoon. Andrew is at my place. We are making a doll’s house. We are enjoying it a lot.

8. Answer the questions about Polly and her international friends.

1. Who is Jack of all trades?

2. What good work can he do?

3. What is the girl good at?

4. When does she have a house cleaning day?

5. The children are playing now, aren’t they?

Talk with friends about your afternoon time. Use:

I can… . I like… . I am good at… . I usually… . It is my duty to… .

10. Write a list of things to do on your house cleaning day. Use the plan.

Plan:

1) My mum’s duty: 3) My dad’s duty:

2) My duty: 4) My sister’s / brother’s duty:

Do it yourself! Make a colourful picture of your home after a house cleaning day.


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