Total Conversation Program
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L6T2F - Have you done your homework?
In this lesson, we are going to learn how to talk about things we have and haven't done.
Task One: Watch the video and practise saying the words.
Task Two: Write the correct word or words under each picture.
Task Three: Sarah and Chart are at school. It is Wednesday lunchtime. Listen to their conversation and choose the best answer to the question below.
What has Chart done this week?
He has spent a lot of money.
He has eaten a lot.
He has played squash.
Task Four: Listen and repeat the conversation.
Task Five: Choose the right words for Sarah to complete the conversation in the video.
Chart: What have you done so far this week, Sarah?
Well, I’ve seen a few movies. And I’ve done some homework.
I don't know what my plans are yet. How about you?
I like doing playing sports a lot. But i don't play them at school.
Chart: Have you done any chores?
That's a good idea. When did you do it?
Yes, I do. I sometimes clean the litchen at home.
No, not yet. How about you?
Chart: Well, I’ve spent a lot of money. It’s my mother’s birthday this weekend.
What did you buy for her?
Have you played any sports?
No, I didn't. What should I get for her?
Chart: I’ve played kick volleyball.
Good for you! And what have you eaten?
When are you going to do that? I'd like to watch.
No, I can't. It looks too difficult.
Chart: Not much. I’m on a diet at the moment.
Task Six: Watch the video and repeat the phrases.
Task Seven: This is Jennifer. She is going to tell us about things she has and has not done. Choose the best words to complete her sentences.
1. _____ played basketball this week.
2. But I _____ played football.
3. I've _____ about 500 Baht this week.
4. I haven't _____ any chores this month.
5. I've _____ some noodles and some pizza today.
6. I've _____ about five movies this month.
Task Eight: Watch the video and answer the questions using your own ideas.
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