Total Conversation Program
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L6T1C - The future
In this lesson, we are going to learn how to talk about 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: Mario and Daisy are at the video arcade. Listen to their conversation and choose the best answer to the question below.
Where does Mario think there will be colonies in the future?
On the moon
Task Four: Listen and repeat the conversation.
Task Five: Choose the right words for Daisy to complete the conversation in the video.
Mario: I'm reading a great book about the year 2020.
No, thanks. I'm not really interested in that kind of thing.
Really? What did they do about it?
Oh really? What does it say will happen?
Mario: Space travel will be normal and there'll be colonies on Mars.
That's interesting. When did she go there?
Yes, I do. Do you think about it too?
Wow! Will there still be pollution?
Mario: No, there won't. We'll use solar power and hydropower.
Amazing! Will there still be schools and classes?
Cool! How long ago did it happen?
That's right. They have a lot of free time to do it.
Mario: Well, there'll be schools but there won't be classes.
Yes, please. I'd like one of those too.
What do you mean?
You're welcome. How many would you like to see?
Mario: School computers will upload knowledge into the students' brains.
What did you learn from doing that?
Why do you think he'll be better at it?
Are you kidding me? Let me see that book.
Task Six: Watch the next part of the lesson.
Task Seven: This is Jennifer. She is sharing her ideas on life in the year 2100. Choose the best words to complete her sentences.
1. In 2100, I think people will _____ on the moon.
2. There _____ pollution because everything will use clean energy.
3. I don't think _____ colonies on Mars.
4. I think students _____ to school in the year 2020.
5. I think the schools _____ very modern and hi-tech.
6. I don't think _____ robot teachers.
Task Eight: Watch the video and answer the questions using your own ideas.
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