Play the “if” game. You may begin like this.
Example: Pupil 1. If I go to the country, I will get up early.
Pupil 2. If I get up early, I’ll see the sunrise.
Pupil 3. If I see the sunrise, I’ll be happy.
Pupil 4. If I am happy, …
If I visit London, …
If I have a long holiday, …
If I have a lot of money, …
Complete the dialogue “Where Do You Want to Live?”, check up your version of the dialogue with the help of the tape, ЩЗ 15, and then act it out. Don’t forget to change over.
WHERE DO YOU WANT TO LIVE?
Dave: Paul! You know, what? My father’s got a new job! We are going to live in New York.
Paul: ___________ ? _________ ? Have you ever lived in a big city?
Dave: ___________. Have you?
Paul: Yes, I have. I lived in San Francisco with my grandparents for a few years. I didn’t like it there.
Dave: ___________? Were there too many people or too much noise and traffic?
Paul: ___________ And I don’t like crowds and pollution. There isn’t enough fresh air in big cities, you know.
Dave: __________. But there are a lot of parks in New York, aren’t there?
Paul: ___________ But I’m sure there are a lot more cars and car parks there. I really prefer a quiet life in a small village.