Today: We will continue in Unit 4, Process Paragraphs.
Session 1: Do p. 90, Ex. 5. There are two Topics. For the first topic, please don't change it: use 'how to buy a used car.' But, for the second topic, I want you to change the topic. Please use 'how to cook.....' After you have come back and given me your answers, please stay in the main room until everyone has finished. Look at session 2.
Session 2: We will do session 2 together. It is pp. 92 and 93. Please look at these pages while you are waiting. Please use your dictionary to search for the meaning of the words 'imperative' and 'modal verb.'
Ten modals: can, could, may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, ought to
An 'imperative' sentence in English has no subject, no modal, means 'you,' and can use 'Always,' 'Never,' 'Please,' or someone's name. So, 'Please pass the salt.' is imperative. But, 'You must study harder.' is not imperative! And 'You have to study harder.' is not imperative because there is a subject (You)!
Session 3: Go back into your breakout rooms. Read p. 94; Do p. 95, Ex. 3 and Ex. 4.