1) Sure you already know how to use the modal verb “should”. But, what about the perfect modal “should have”? Let’s review how to use it with this video
2) Can you tell the difference between “should” and “had better” to express advisability? Check out this video.
3) Time to do some exercises:
Exercise 4 (you must have Java enabled on your computer to view this exercise)
4) Are you ready to put your listening skills to the test? Listen to these dialogues and answer the questions:
5) Use the above exercises to practice with your language exchange. You don't have a language exchange? What are you doing? You must have one if you don't have a teacher.
6) Now, let's learn some vocabulary:
Christmas vocabulary 1
Christmas vocabulary 2
Sales & acquisitions
Vocabulary exercise. Match the terms with their definitions
7) Listen and read this story. You should learn all the vocabulary and practice pronunciation. And, for the most daring, read this article from The Economist.
8) Finally, write a story using “should”, “should have + past participle”, “had better” and the vocabulary you have learned in this unit. Remember: Check your sentences by comparing them to native speakers' sentences on the internet.
If you have done all the exercises, then you've scored a 10! Congratulations! Imprimir