# Lesson 14

### Lesson 14

1. Divide into two teams. Each team thinks of five questions with can and may. Work in turn. One team asks a question, the other answers.

Model: Team A: May I use your book?

Team B: Yes, you may / Yes, sure / Sorry, no / Yes of course.

Team A: Can I use this chair?

Team В: Sorry, I need it. / Yes sure / Yes. of course

1. Can you ride a horse?

2. Can your father drive a truck?

3. May you watch TV after 10 p. m?

4. What may you not do at school when you are at the lessons?

5. Can you swim? Where do you usually swim?

6. Can you ride a bicycle? Have you got your own bicycle? How often do you ride it?

3. Look at the pictures and remember the word combinations.

MORNING

AFTERNOON

EVENING

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Model: I have a shower in the morning. – What time/When do you have a shower?

1. I have a shower in the morning

2. I have lunch at 11 o’clock.

3. I come home from school at 2 pm

4. I go to bed at 10 p m

5. After supper I go out wrth friends

6. In the afternoon I do my lessons

7. I leave home at 8 am

8. I watch TV in the evening

9. I dean the room at 5 pm

10. After breakfast I go to school

5. Work in pairs. Act out the dialogue.

A: When do you get up?

B: I get up at 7 o’clock every day.

A: Me too. Do you do morning exercises?

B: Yes, I do them every day. And you?

A: Sometimes I do, sometimes I don’t.

B: Do you go out with friends?

A: Yes, I go out with them every day. And you?

B: Yes, I do. I like to spend my free time with them

6. Look at the table and sау what Ann and Sam did and didn’t do yesterday.

Use the model.

Model: Ann did morning exercises yesterday. Sam didn’t do morning exercises yesterday.

 To do morning exercises To clean the room To go out with friends To watch TV To read a book Ann ✓ X ✓ ✓ ✓ Sam X ✓ ✓ ✓ X

Get up at 9 o’clock

Take a shower

Have breakfast

Leave house at… o’clock

Play football / tennis

Come back home

Have dinner

Telephone friends

Go out with friends

Watch television

Have supper

Go to bed

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Lesson 14