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1. VOCABULARY


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Grammar: must, have to, should (obligation)

If you want to review what you learnt in Básico 2 click here: have to, don't have to, must - Básico 2 - Unit 5C


Brief summary of Modal Verbs:

Modal verbs: MUST, HAVE TO, SHOULD (obligation):

Practising grammar with extra-ACTIVITIES:

Activities with: MUST 1; MUST 2

Activities with: HAVE TO 1; HAVE TO 2

Activities with: HAVETO, MUST

Activities with: MUSTN'T 1;

Activities with: MUST - MUSTN'T

Activities with: HAVE TO, MUST, MUSTN'T

Activities with: MUSTN'T, DON'T HAVE TO

Activities with: MODALS MIX 1; MODALS MIX 2

Activities with: SHOULD / SHOULDN'T 1; SHOULD / SHOULDN'T 2; SHOULD / SHOULDN'T 3; SHOULD / SHOULDN'T 4;

Activities with: SHOULD, MUST

3. PRONUNCIATION & SPEAKING: sentence stress
· in affirmative sentences should is not usually stressed and is pronounced /ʃʊd/.
. the negative forms mustn't, don't have and shouldn't are always stressed.
· "l" is silent in should /ʃʊd/; "t" is silent in mustn't /'mʌsnt/.
· to is a weak form in have to /tə/.
· must can have either a strong or a weak pronunciation. It normally has a weak pronunciation unles we want to give special emphasis. Compare:
I must go to the bank this morning. (It's something I need to do.)
I must go to the bank this morning. (It's very important I do this.)

4. READING:

Do you know how to be polite? Modals of Polite Request

Videos: Requests - Common mistakes in English. Part One and Two:
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6. SPEAKING:


Greeting people:

· Click on the link to watch the video: Learning how to greet people

· How children should behave in a restaurant:




50 First Dates - Date number 5:


Driving:



Do the quiz:



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