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-ing is fun.

Studying English is fun.

Presentation

as _ as

Andy is as cool as Johnny Depp. (fact)
Sweden is as cold as Sapporo.

Practice

as _ as

Andy is as cool as Johnny Depp. (fact)
Sweden is as cold as Sapporo.

Production

as _ as

Andy is as cool as Johnny Depp. (fact)
Sweden is as cold as Sapporo.

Practice

Can I… ?

Can I take your order?

Presentation

Can I… ?

Can I take your order?

Practice

Can I… ?

Can I take your order?

Practice

Can you _?

Can you play tennis?

Presentation

Can you _?

Can you do kendo?

Practice

Can you _?

Can you speak Chinese?

Production

Can you _?

Can you swim?

Production

Comparatives – more – than

Bob is more powerful than Jim.

 

Presentation

Comparatives – more – than

Bob is more powerful than Jim.

Practice

Comparatives – more – than

Bob id more powerful than Jim

Practice

Comparatives er

The mouse is smaller than the dog.

Production

Comparatives er

Sho is taller than Kana

Production

Could you

Could you show me another one?

Practice

Could you

Could you read hint 5 please?

Practice

Directions

Go straight. Turn right at the first corner. The coffee shop is on your right.

Practice

Do you enjoy -ing?

Do you enjoy living in Yokohama?

Practice

Do you like studying English?

Do you like studying English?

Practice

Give me

Give me a pumpkin.

Presentation

Have to / don’t have to

I have to study English at school.
I don’t have to run 10km everyday.

Practice

Have to / don’t have to

I have to study English at school.
I don’t have to run 10km everyday.

Production

Have to / don’t have to

I have to study English at school.
I don’t have to run 10km everyday.

Practice

Have to / don’t have to

I have to study English at school.
I don’t have to run 10km everyday.

Practice

He/She is ~ing

Elsa is singing.
Mario is jumping.

Practice

I (don’t) enjoy ~ing?

I don’t enjoy using a computer.

Practice

I like -ing

I like studying English on Monday.

Presentation

I like/enjoy _ing _.

I enjoy watching this movie.
I like eating McDonald’s ice cream.

Production

I like/enjoy _ing _.

I enjoy watching movies on Monday.
I like eating McDonald’s ice cream on Wednesday.

Practice

I think

I think it’s expensive.

Production

I want to

In summer I want to visit the beach.

Presentation

I want to

I want to play Uno tomorrow.

Practice

I want to

I want to be a baseball player. Because I want to hit a home run on T.V.

Practice

I’m going to…

I’m going to visit Andy.

Production

I’m going to…

I’m going to shop at Family Mart.

Practice

I’m happy to _.

I’m happy to hear that.

Production

I’m happy to _.

I’m happy to hear that.

Practice

I’m here to _.

Welcome to Disney Land.
I’m here to meet Mickey!

Production

I’m here to _.

Welcome to Disney Land.
I’m here to meet Mickey.

Presentation

I’m here to _.

Welcome to Disney Land.
I’m here to meet Mickey.

Practice

If

If it rains, I will get wet.

Practice

If

If it rains, I get wet.

Practice

If __, what will you do?

If you are cold, what will you do?

Production

It’s __ for __ to __.

It’s easy for me to study English on the train.

Practice

I__ because __.

I play tennis because it is exciting.

Practice

more most er est – Review

Batman is more powerful than Andy.

Production

more most er est – Review

Batman is more powerful than Andy.

Practice

most

English is interesting.
English is more interesting than French.
English is the most interesting.

Practice

Must / Mustn’t / Should / Shouldn’t

Will it be sunny tomorrow?
Yes, it will. You should wear sun screen.

Production

Must / Mustn’t / Should / Shouldn’t

Must / Mustn’t / Should / Shouldn’t

Practice
Practice

Must / Mustn’t

You must turn left.

Practice

Passive practice

The window was broken by Conan.

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Passive practice

The watermelon was eaten by Doraemon.

Practice

Past Tense Verbs

General verbs practice

Production

Past Tense Verbs

What did she do yesterday?
She played tennis

Production

Past Tense Verbs

Who ate the cake? Bill ate the cake.

Practice

Past Tense Verbs

What did she do yesterday?
She played tennis

Presentation

Past Tense Verbs

What did she do yesterday?
She played tennis

Presentation

Please give me __ because __

Please give me a racket because I play tennis every day.

Production

Please give me __ because __

Please give me a big pizza because I want to eat it an be happy.

Production

Telephone call

May I speak to Atsuko, please?

Practice

There is / There are

There is a monkey. There are two soccer balls.

Practice

Was / Were

It was sunny in France.
Snoopy was happy on Monday.
Snoopy and Mario were happy on Tuesday.

Presentation

Was / Were

It was sunny in France.
Snoopy was happy on Monday.
Snoopy and Mario were happy on Tuesday.

Production

Was / Were

It was sunny in France.
Snoopy was happy on Monday.
Snoopy and Mario were happy on Tuesday.

Practice

What did you do yesterday?

What did you do yesterday?
I ate sushi.

Production

What were you …ing?

What were you doing last night?
I was watching TV.

Presentation

What were you …ing?

What were you doing last night?
I was watching TV.

Practice

What were you …ing?

What were you doing last night?
I was watching TV.

Practice

When

When is Christmas Day?

Practice

When did you _ ?

When did you play soccer?
I played soccer yesterday.

Production

When did you _ ?

When did you play soccer?
I played soccer yesterday.

Practice

When ___, I ____.

When it rained, I got wet.

Presentation

Will

Will you study English with me tomorrow?
Yes, I will. / No, I won’t.

Production

Will

Will you study English with me tomorrow?
Yes, I will. / No, I won’t.

Practice

Will

Will you study English with me tomorrow?
Yes, I will. / No, I won’t.

Practice

Will

I will eat an apple tomorrow.

Production

Will you / Can I

Will you open the window?
Can I borrow your pencil?

Practice

_ is eaten in _.

Sushi is eaten in Japan.

Practice

_ was happy to _.

Andy was happy to meet Atsuko.

Presentation

_ was happy to _.

Bob was excited to play video games.

Practice

____ to reason

I go to school to study English.