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L4T2F - A long weekend
In this lesson, we are going to learn how to talk about what we did for a long weekend.
Task One: Watch the video and practise saying the words.
Task Two: Write the correct word or words under each picture.
Task Three: It is Tuesday morning after a long weekend. Nee and Bob are at school. Listen to their conversation and choose the best answer to the question below.
What did Nee do at the long weekend?
She went camping.
She went on a banana boat.
She went rock climbing.
Task Four: Listen and repeat the conversation.
Task Five: Choose the right words for Nee to complete the conversation in the video.
Bob: Hi Nee! How was your long weekend?
Yes, thanks. How was yours? Did you do anything nice?
It was great. I went to Phuket with some friends.
It was Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Bob: Was it fun?
Yeah, I went on a banana boat.
No, I didn't. How about you?
Yes, that's right. Where did you do it?
Bob: Did you go on a jet ski?
Wow! That sounds like a lot of fun. Where did you do that?
Sure, and I did a bungee jump. How was your long weekend?
Yes, it is. I did it a few times. Where did you try it?
Bob: It was really good too. I went camping in Loei.
Was that your first trip to Loei?
Did they? How long did you go there for?
Oh! Loei’s beautiful. What did you do?
Bob: We went climbing on a mountain and stayed in tents. I love nature.
Task Six: Watch the video and repeat the phrases.
Task Seven: This is Jennifer. She is talking about what she did at the last long weekend. Choose the best words to complete her sentences.
1. At the last long weekend, I _____ to Chiang Mai.
2. I _____ my aunt and uncle there.
3. I _____ a bungee jump into a river.
4. I _____ a cool T-shirt and a hat.
5. I _____ a great time because I met a lot of new friends.
Task Eight: Watch the video and answer the questions using your own ideas.
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