Підручник Англійська мова 5 клас (5-й рік навчання) - А.М. Несвіт - Генеза 2018 рік
Unit 4.Let's Have a Rest
1. Listen and repeat. Say which kind of TV programmes you prefer to watch.
I prefer game shows to talk shows.
2. Work in pairs. Ask and answer about different TV programmes.
• What kind of TV programmes do you like?
• What are your favourite shows?
• What are the titles of your favourite films (game shows, sports programmes, etc)?
3. a) Listen and read.
b) Say which TV programme Ann and Dan have decided to watch.
Ann: My favourite game show has already started. Let’s watch it, Dan!
Dan: There is an interesting programme about blue whales on the Discovery Channel in ten minutes. Why don’t we watch it together?
You can watch a game show tomorrow.
Ann: No, I can’t. I’m having a training in the Sports Centre at this time.
Dan: I really need to watch that programme. I’m working at my report for the Nature Study lesson. There are always many exciting facts in those programmes.
Ann: But I’m so tired of learning.
Dan: I have already got a quiz from my classmates, but I haven’t found all the answers yet. Let’s watch the programme and write the answers together.
4. Agree or disagree.
1. Ann likes to watch game shows.
2. Dan’s favourite programme starts in half an hour.
3. Dan’s favourite programme is about animals.
4. Ann likes to watch the educational programmes.
5. Ann agrees with Dan.
Grammar Lab: The Present Perfect Tense
We use the Present Perfect Tense to express an action which began before the present moment and has its visible results in the present.
We use the Present Perfect Tense with the words just, not yet, already, ever, never, often, seldom, etc:
I have already watched this film.
He has already visited his grandparents this week.
Have you trained in the gym today yet? - Yes, I have. / No, I haven’t.
We form the Present Perfect Tense by means of the verb to have (have / has) and the Past Participle of the main verb.
have / has + V3
The Past Participle of regular verbs is formed by adding the ending —ed to the Infinitive: e.g. to visit - visited
See Grammar Reference p. 213.
5. Put the verbs in brackets in the Present Perfect Tense.
1. They …. (to go) to the Natural History Museum this week.
2. … Mary … (to take) her younger brother to the Zoo yet?
3. Sue … (already / to visit) the exhibition in the Art gallery.
4. You … (never / to be) to the theatre in this city.
5. Ann … (already / to watch) a documentary about wild animals today.
6. We … (not / to be) at the disco this month.
6. Speak in class. Act out the situations. Use Ex. 3, page 81 as an example.
Your favourite TV programme will start in a few minutes, but your brother / sister wants to watch a film on another channel. Talk with him / her and decide which programme to watch.
7. Write three questions to each of these sentences.
1. My favourite TV Channel is One Plus One.
2. Steve likes to watch sports programmes.
3. I’ve already watched that film.