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Title: Daily Activities


1
CHAPTER 1 Daily Activities
2
How often do you do chores? Do you know how to
read maps? Do you commute to school?
Goals
  • Identify household chores
  • Talk about frequency of activities
  • Use make and do expressions
  • Read a map
  • Distinguish between current and habitual actions
  • Understand a postal delivery schedule
  • Understand postal rates and services
  • Talk about your commute

3
Listen and match
  • 16
  • 4
  • 18
  • 6
  • 17
  • 14
  • 13
  • 15
  • 3
  • 7
  • 9
  • 5
  • 11
  • 10
  • 1
  • 12
  • 8
  • 2

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Listen and match
  • 16
  • 4
  • 18
  • 6
  • 17
  • 14
  • 13
  • 15
  • 3
  • 7
  • 9
  • 5
  • 11
  • 10
  • 1
  • 12
  • 8
  • 2

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Read Chore and Duties. Underline the words you
heard just now if any.
a café a hair salon a clothing store
  • cooking
  • delivering
  • washing
  • cutting
  • doing
  • making
  • paying
  • watering
  • making

mail dishes hair laundry a
bed bills the garden coffee
a salesperson a customer a hairstylist letters a
package priority mail
6
Chores and Duties
  • Jessica doesnt pay rent at her aunt and uncles
    house,
  • but she does help them do their household chores.
  • She cooks dinner three nights a week.
  • She washes dishes on days when she doesnt cook.
  • She does some of the laundry and waters the
    garden occasionally.
  • She pays some of the bills. And of course she
    makes her bed every morning.
  • Several of Jessicas friends and classmates work
    in her neighborhood.
  • Her friend, Tania, is a salesperson in a small
    clothing store.
  • Her friend, Vida, is a hairstylist. And Cindy
    works in a café.
  • She makes coffee for eight hours a day.
  • And she drinks a lot of coffee too.

7
Whats She Doing?
Lesson 1
Listen and Say It . Practice the conversation
with a partner.
every morning
once a month
twice a week
every weekend
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Grammar Check
How often questions and answers
  • once one time twice two times
  • Put frequency time expressions at the end of the
    sentence
  • How often do you go to the library?
  • I go to the library once a week.
  • How often do you call your mother?
  • I call her every day.

9
Write down your answers to the questions with
true information about you.
  • 1. How often do you cook dinner?
  • 2. How often do you wash your windows?
  • 3. How often do you sweep the floor?
  • 4. How often do you do your laundry?
  • 5. How often do you mop your room?

When you finish, ask your neighbors how often
they do these household chores. Who does the most
housework?
10
Group work
Lesson 1
Ask your classmates how often they do these
household chores. Use the pictures below or
add more household chores.
have a break wash dishes
do the mowing walk the dog
vacuum the floor wash the car
do the laundry do the grocery shopping
make the bed water the garden
carry bags set the table
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Writing time
  • Write five sentences about your partner using
    frequency words.
  • ________________________
  • ________________________
  • ________________________
  • ________________________
  • ________________________

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How often do you?
Put the words in the box on the line
usually seldom always never rarely often
sometimes
rarely seldom sometimes often
usually always
0 50
100
never
Once a year
Once a month
Twice a week
3 times a week
Every Monday
Every morning/ Day
20 times a day
5 times a day
10times a day
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How often does she/he ?
14
How often does ?
15
Grammar Check
Frequency words
Write Complete the sentence with a frequency word
that makes the sentence true for you. 1. I
_______ do the dishes in my home. 2. I _______
make dinner for myself or my family. 3. I
_________ make my own bed. 4. I ____________
clean the bathroom in my home. 5. I _______ do
the grocery shopping for myself or my family. 6.
I ____________ do exercises. 7. I ____________ do
my homework before dinner. 8. I am ____________
late for class.
  • We use frequency words before most verbs in a
    sentence
  • I always wash the dishes.
  • With the verb to be, we use frequency words after
    the verb
  • I am always asleep by 1000.

never rarely seldom sometimes often
usually always
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WORD HELP
Make v.s. Do
17
The two verbs 'do' and 'make' are often confused.
The meanings are similar, but there are
differences.
Make' for constructing, building and
creating. make food/breakfast/dinner make a cup
of tea / coffee make small repairs make a mess
make plans make arrangements make a telephone
call make a decision make a mistake make
noise make money
Do for daily activities and jobs do homework do
housework/household chores do the
ironing/washing/ the laundry/mopping do the
dishes do a job
18
Do or Make - Quiz Use 'do' or 'make' in the
following sentences. When you have finished, you
can check your answers with your neighbors.
  • He ____ an excellent job at the meeting last
    week.
  • May I ____ a telephone call?
  • Please stop ___ so much noise!
  • She ____ her homework before she went to bed.
  • Would you like me ____ you a cup of tea?
  • Look at your room! You ____ a mess!
  • It took him a long time ____ a decision.
  • Do you mind ____ the washing-up this evening?
  • Tom ___ his bed every morning.
  • What ____ we ____ this evening?
  • Do you ____ shopping once a week with your
    mother?

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Activity time Look at the pictures and say a
sentence about doing household chores.
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Describe the daily chores of Chris using the
following pictures.
21
Describe the daily chores using the pictures
below.
22
cooking
Describe the daily chores using pictures below.
laundry
washing
23
Describe the daily chores using the pictures
below.
A hairdresser Your grandmother
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Describe the daily chores using pictures below.
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Describe the daily chores using pictures below.
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North
Do you know how to read a map?
Lesson 2
West
East
N
W
E
South
S
27
Jessicas Neighborhood
Listen and write down the names of places you
hear on the map.
bank
Hair salon
supermarket
Health club
Video store
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Look at the map. Answer the questions.
  • 1. What direction does Hill Street run?
  • 2. What part of the map represents the north?
  • 3. What direction does Flower Street run? .
  • 4. What part of the map represents the east?
  • 5. What is on the northeast corner of Flower
    Street and Zhongshan Boulevard?
  • 6. What is on the southeast corner of Flower
    Street and Zhongshan Boulevard? .

East and west.
The top part.
supermarket.
North and south.
The right part.
The supermarket.
The school .
29
Pair Practice Work with a partner. Ask and
answer questions about Jessicas neighborhood.
Examples Student 1 Where is the post
office? Student 2 Its on Zhongshan Boulevard
next to the health club. Student 1 Where is the
video store? Student 2 Its on Zhongshan
Boulevard, between the school and the pizza
shop.
Use prepositions of location such as next to,
between, across from, and on the corner of to
help you describe locations.
30
Jessicas home
Pair Practice Work with a partner. Ask and answer
questions about Jessicas neighborhood.
Sunrise Blvd.
Jessicas Home
Parking lot
Hair salon
restaurant
Laundromat
Supermarket
Drug store
Boutique
Café
Bank
Zhongshan Blvd.
Flower St.
Hongqi St.
Health club
Gas station
park
Park
Hotel
N
Hill St.
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Grammar Check
Simple present Habitual actions
Subject Verb
How often I / You / We / They
cook every day.

every morning.

every Sunday. He / She / It
cooks once a week.

twice a week.

once a month.

twice a month. Checkpoints ? Use the
simple present to talk about things you do
regularly or habitually.
Jessica feeds the ducks every Sunday. ? Use the
present continuous to talk about something that
is happening now. Use the correct form of be
verb ing. Jessica is
feeding the ducks now.
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Practice the conversation again. Use the pictures
below.
Listen and say it.
A Where is Jessica? B Shes at the park. A
Whats she doing? B Shes feeding the ducks. She
feeds the ducks every Sunday at the park.
gym/health club library bakery
33
Practice the conversation again. Use the pictures
below. Then write down 6 of your habits in your
book.
34
Grammar Check
Can for ability
Use can to show ability. Can shows that you are
able to do something, or it is possible to do
something. You can buy ice cream
at the supermarket You are able to buy ice
cream at the supermarket.
35
Pair Practice Match the activities in Column B
with the places in Column A. Discuss the
vocabulary with your partner.
A
B 1. supermarket a. mail a
letter 2. hair salon b. buy
groceries 3. bank c.
exercise 4. post office d. get a
haircut 5. health club e. cash a
check
b d e a c
Now, please write down what you can do in these
places.
36
Note could and probably
Use could for possibility (when you are less than
50 sure about something). She could be at the
café. (It is possible that she is at the café,
but she could be somewhere else, too.) Use
probably when you are more than 50 sure about
something, but less than 100 sure. She is at the
post office she is probably mailing a letter.
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Say It Practice the conversation with a partner.
A Where is Jessica? B Shes at the health
club. A Whats she doing there? B Im not sure.
She could be jogging or she could be swimming. A
I think shes probably swimming. B Yes, youre
probably right.
Practice the conversation again. Use the pictures
below.
1. buying groceries / buying shampoo 2. mailing
a letter / buying some stamps 3. cashing a check
/ depositing some money
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What could be doing?
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Lesson 3
Say something about post office
Postal services
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A mail carriers job
sort mails
deliver mails
Mail Delivery Schedule
41
Lesson What Do You Do at Work? 3
Read the letter and underline all verbs
following I. I am a mail carrier. I
deliver the mail in my city. I arrive at
work at 645 every morning. I live in
the suburbs, far away from downtown, and I
commute to work. When I arrive, I sort the mail
for an hour. Then I go out on my route. (Thats
the area where I deliver the mail.) I
have a schedule I always follow. For example,
first I walk up Flower Street between 900 and
1000. then I pick up another sack of mail and
walk down Bank Boulevard between 1015and1115.
I get a lot of exercise every day!
42
Read the sentences and circle True or False.
When you finish, check with your partner and try
to explain the reasons.
  • Zhang Yang is a mail clerk.
  • Zhang Yang works in his city.
  • Zhang Yang lives in the suburbs.
  • Zhang Yang gets up at 545 every morning.
  • Zhang Yang commutes an hour each way.
  • Zhang Yang follows a schedule.
  • Zhang Yang is walking on Flower Street at 1030.
  • Zhang Yang is delivering mail on Bank Boulevard
    at 1100.

False
True
True
False
True
True
False
True
43
Pair practice Ask and answer questions with your
partner. Use the Mail Delivery Schedule below.
4
3
6
5
2
1
7
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Write Make a list of things you do on a regular
schedule on a piece of paper. Add other things
you know that have a regular schedule. Write as
many things about your life as you can. Use the
schedule below.
My Schedule My Schedule
700 300
800 400
900 500
1000 600
1100 700
1200 800
100 900
200 1000
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Listen and say it.
suburbs
downtown
46
Commute v. n.
The distance from your home to your school or
job The process of traveling between a place of
residence and a place of work
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Listen and say it.
Then look at the pictures and practice the
conversation with your partner.
  • Does Jessica work in her neighborhood?
  • No, she doesnt. She works downtown.
  • How long is her commute?
  • Pardon?
  • How long does it take her to get to work?
  • Oh, It takes her about forty-five minutes.

_____ ____ work in ___ neighborhood? No, ___
____. ____ works . How long is ___
? Pardon? How long does it take __ to get
to work? Oh, It takes ___ about _________ minutes.
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1. Lin works in Washington. It takes her 35
minutes to get to work.
2. Roberto works in Shenzhen. It takes him an
hour to get to work.
3. Mr. and Ms. Song work in Chinatown. It takes
them 20 minutes to get to work.
How long do you like to spend on the commute?
49
How often do you?
50
Practice the conversation in pairs, using the
pictures below.
Austin/2-3 days
New York/1-2weeks
Miami/1 day
Book Rate
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Pair Practice
Use the pictures and postal rate chart to
practice conversations.
2.4 lb. gt3 lb. 2.8 lb (up to)
10oz.gt2lb. (up to)
POSTAL RATE CHART
FIRST CLASS MAIL PRIORITY MAIL BOOK RATE EXPRESS MAIL
Up to 1oz.37 2oz.60 3oz.63 4oz.106 Up to 1lb.3.85 2lb.3.95 3lb.4.75 4lb.5.30 Up to 1100g 0.7 101200g 1.1 201300g 1.5 301400g 1.9 Up to 1500g 20 5011000g 27.5 10011500g 35 15012000g 42.5
1.3oz.gt2 oz. (up to)
52
Read and listen
Review
Same or different?
Jessicas New Neighborhood
United States
Columbia
Home life
Home life
Neighborhood
Neighborhood
do most of the same household chores (mother) do
es laundry cooks
stores, restaurants (Japanese, Chinese) café,
pizza shop, supermarket, hotel Friends and
classmates (salon, coffee shop, health club)
do household chores
Answer the questions.
53
Write an e-mail to Jessica and tell her about
your neighborhood.
To

Writing time!
54
Grammar Check
Nonaction verbs
Some verbs dont use the present continuous tense
when the time is now they always use the simple
present. How much does it weigh? It weighs two
pounds. Not How much is it weighing? It is
weighing two pounds. Check Point ? Some other
common nonaction verbs are want, need, like,
love, have, know, understand, see, hear, cost,
and believe.
55
Circle the correct form of the verb in the
sentences below. 1. I (want / am wanting) to
mail this package. 2. She (knows / is knowing)
him very well. 3. The teacher (teaches / is
teaching) a lesson right now. 4. She doesnt have
a pencil. She (needs / is needing) one. 5. I
(listen / am listening) to the teacher right
now. 6. I (believe / am believing) you. 7. What
are you doing? I (cook / am cooking) dinner. 8.
Whats in the closet? I (see / am seeing) some
books and pencils. 9. How much is it? It (costs /
is costing) 25. 10. Whats she doing? She
(studies / is studying) English.
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a mess business a surprise a mistake nothing
furniture the message a lesson
  • Collocation Use with Do and Make

homework progress an effort the shopping
money the housework someone a favor a noise
the washing up trouble the cooking a job an
appointment a job a change one's best
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Household chores
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