OBLIGATION AND PROHIBITION
HAVE TO – MUST – DON’T HAVE TO – MUSTN’T – SHOULD – SHOULDN’T
AGGRESSIVESIGNS -WHAT IS ALLOWED, NOT ALLOWED IN THESE PLACES? USE HAVE TO, MUSTN’T SHOULD, SHOULDN’T ETC.
ASKING, GIVING AND REFUSING PERMISSION
CAN – CAN’T MAY I?
IMAGINE YOU’RE ASKING DIFFERENT PEOPLE FOR PERMISSION TO DO DIFFERENT THINGS. IN PAIRS ASK AND REPLY.
ACTIVITY 4 add sound cloud examples
CAN /kaen/ in questions and short affirmative answers.
Eg Can you swim? Yes, I can.
CAN /kn/ in affirmative sentences.
Eg. I can speak Spanish.
CAN’T /ka:nt/ in negative sentences and short negative answers.
Eg. I can’t speak Russian. // No, I can’t.
PAST AND PRESENT HABITS: USED TO .v. PRESENT SIMPLE
SAY WHAT PEOPLE USED TO DO:
Eg. People used to count with abacuses, but now we have calculators and computers.