Total Conversation Program
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L6T1E - When I'm older
In this lesson, we are going to learn how to talk about our plans for the future.
Task One: Watch the video and practise saying the words.
Task Two: Write the correct word or words under each picture.
Task Three: Tom and Nok are at the school canteen. Listen to their conversation and answer the question below.
What do both Tom and Nok want to do?
They both want to travel the world.
They both want to get married.
They both want to get a driving licence.
Task Four: Listen and repeat the conversation.
Task Five: Choose the right words for Tom to complete the conversation in the video.
Nok: What do you think you’ll do after you finish M6?
No, I don't think I've ever done that.
I went to Europe to work and travel.
I’d like to relax and have fun.
Nok: So what will you do?
No, I don't. How about you?
I think I’ll have a gap year and travel the world.
That's a good idea. I'd like to go that too.
Nok: Do you think you’ll get married?
Maybe, but not before I’m thirty.How about you?
No, I'm not. When do you think you'll do it?
No, thank you. It wasn't right for me. Did you like it?
Nok: I’d like to get a good job.
Oh, really? How long have you worked there for?
What does she do for a living?
Do you think you’ll go to university?
Nok: Sure, and I’ll get a driving licence so I can drive myself.
No, I'm afraid I can't recommend one for you.
Congratulations! When did you pass your test?
Yes, I want to do that too.
Task Six: This is Jennifer. She is talking about her plans for the future. Choose the best words to complete her sentences.
1. When I'm older, _____ go to university.
2. I don't want to _____ married.
3. I think I'll _____ single.
4. I _____ have a gap year because I want to keep studying.
5. I'd like _____ a driving licence and buy a car.
6. What will you _____ after you leave school?
Task Seven: Watch the video and answer the questions with your own ideas.
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