[MUSIC] And if there are mistake you can show it to them. You can ask them if that's correct or not okay? You finished? Who is your partner? Him. So change. You guys are together, you're together. You wrote four sentences. Yes, well ask your partner okay? She will tell you if its correct or not. So okay, Amir, okay good, so change your cards yeah, you guys together. You are together. This is your partner, okay? So, you're together. You're together. Hey, Moira, why don't you join here? You don't have a partner so you can three of you can join. You can come closer. Okay. No, you can come closer. So sure? Okay, so you have two sentences then. Yeah, that's fine. Sorry. So here, no you are going to write only about yourself like what do you do every day. Like what are your hobbies? Do you work out at the gym? Do you watch TV? Do you read books? Like what do you do? Yeah! Just write two sentences and then. Very good. How many hours, loosely? >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Seven? Yeah, okay good. Yeah, you can ask your partner questions, like if he says he doesn't eat meat. You can say why okay, or if they say I study a lot. You can say, when? Yeah. We haven't learned the questions? But you can say things, why, when, where? Okay? Okay. >> [INAUDIBLE] On this one? >> Okay, now everybody have you finished reading your partners' sentences? >> Yes. >> Yeah? Did you ask them questions? Yeah? Okay, so do you know more about your partners now? >> Yeah. >> Yeah it gives you information right? >> Yeah. >> Okay, so here I'll have you change your cards. Okay, good now read about them. Now I want you to have, keep your partners card. I want you to have new partners. Okay, for example Denny will turn and then his new partner is Danilio, okay? Now, who's card do you have? Olly's card, okay. >> Yeah, Olly's. >> No, no, no. This is Olly's, right? >> Yeah. >> This is Olly's right. [LAUGH] This is your handwriting. [LAUGH] Okay so Delivio has this card right? Now he will tell, sorry Manny has this card, he will tell Anglo about Alain, but when he tells, how can he use his sentences? Does he say I? No he. >> No because he's talking about a he, he reports, yeah? So can you give an example? Okay so has a now tell one sentence about. Here it says I do this but when he tells he will use he. He. Very good. And he will add. >> S. >> S. Okay. Can you read one sentence so we can listen? >> He eats a lot of meat. >> He eats a lot of meat. Really, Ali. [LAUGH] Okay. See, here it says I eat a lot of meat. But then it says, he eats a lot of meat okay, because he's talking about it, yeah? Can you do the same? >> Yeah. >> Okay, so your new partner is Yan, okay? So you can start, and then read your sentences. Ai, your partner is, Raul, so you guys. So your new partner, Julia, is that guy. So you can take Morris card and then, yeah. Laura, your partner is here. You don't have new partners? Okay, so you can tell from these about Steve has. Okay. Yeah, you don't need to write. You can just say, very good. My goal, to educate every day. But this is yours, why do you have yours? You just had his. Yeah. [LAUGH] That's okay maybe he did enough, that's fine. Now if you tell him. [CROSSTALK] Whose card is this? Did you tell what he has? Yeah you did, okay good. You're done, perfect good job. [LAUGH] Maybe he is lying. Yes? You're done, good. Can I clean the board? Actually, these are written in your books. Okay, so I want you to change your books and write them again. Write them down in your notebook, okay? I just wrote a couple of them, not all of them, but there is a longer list in your book. Okay, so do you know lots about your friends now, what they do every day? Yeah? So who wants to give some examples? >> Me. >> Julia, what did you learn about the girls? Can you give us some examples? >> She exercise four times every week. >> Wow, that's good. She exercises, right? Yeah, that's amazing. It is, four times. I only exercise twice a week. I'm lazy. [LAUGH] Okay who wants to give another example? Mohammed can do. >> And he reads the newspaper. >> I have a question. >> In the morning. Real newspaper or online newspaper? Did you ask him? >> No. >> No? >> I think the newspapers. >> [LAUGH], okay. Which one is [INAUDIBLE], online or real? >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Online, on this part. Okay, good, that's very good. Read the news every day. Perfect. Let's see, Mora, Mora, what have you learned about Julia [INAUDIBLE]? What do they do? Like what's their habits, like their routines? >> They go to, cheat. [INAUDIBLE] >> Game? Gym. Okay, wow. A lot of people of [INAUDIBLE] here, wow. That's good, you all like exercising. >> [INAUDIBLE] >> It's good for health, I agree. Okay, so you guys are okay? Did you check your sentences, yeah? >> Yes Ma'am. [INAUDIBLE] >> Of course, everybody's smart here. Okay, good. So, now we have another activity, actually. You're going to go pair up. But before we do that, we need to learn something else, okay? So please open your books again. Look at page 496. Yeah, 96. Okay, so now, we have two examples here. Who wants to read the examples, and then we can talk about it, okay? Do you see the first example? So, a lot of you want to read, have you found it? >> Which page? >> 96. Yeah, okay. So look at the first example. Can you read it to us? Our neighbors, don't you know the meaning of neighbor right? >> Neighbor, yes. Never drive to work. >> Never drive to work, have you heard that before? Never! Okay, so let us say our neighbor never drives to work. Is it's positive or negative? Do they drive? >> Negative. >> Negative. >> Okay. Okay, we'll talk about that. Where is the second sentence? Who wants to read it? >> Here, me. >> You want to read it, okay. >> They always ride their bikes. >> They always ride their bikes. What about always? Every day. >> Every [CROSSTALK]. >> All the time. Okay. You have heard those before, right? So, do you see this? Okay, these are called adverbs of frequency, but if you forget the name, it doesn't matter. But this line is very important, okay? So it gives you percentages. Do you know percentages like your grades? 70% you need to get 70%? Yeah. Okay, so we could draw something like that. Or maybe I'll draw something different so it will help you to remember a different way. So, let's see which part is a lot? This part or this part? >> Top, up above. >> Above, good. Very good. So, what do we have here? What does always mean? All the time. You do these things a lot. So who can give an example? >> I go to support all always. >> Yeah. Okay. What about like things like your habits. >> I pray every day. >> You pray every day. You could say that. Or what about if you want to use always? How do you say that? >> I pray always. I pray always. >> I pray always or- >> I always pray. >> Okay, very good. Now, if you look at the charts here, first they use the subject and then they use adverbs. Okay, you know what, I'm going to write, that's okay? That means these ones. So and then what did we say, I? >> I always. >> Always, and then what do we use? >> Pray. >> Pray is the verb. >> Pray is the verb, right? Sorry, always. Okay, I always pray. He could also say I pray everyday. This is another way of saying that, okay? All right, so what about here? By the way in your book if you look at the line, what percentage for all of these? What is the percentage? >> 100%. >> 100%.. >> 100. Okay, that means like all the time, yeah? Okay, so what about the next one? Look at the line. It goes down, right? >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Usually. Okay very good. What can you say about usually? What do you do usually? >> [INAUDIBLE] >> Okay, so what do you do? Can you give an example? [INAUDIBLE] >> You usually play basketball. Okay very good. So he usually- >> Play. >> Plays, plays basketball. Actually, yeah you can say that. Okay so what about here, what do we have here? If you don't do this all the time, often, yeah. That's also you know you can guess. If this is 100%. Thinks you do not need to know everything, yeah? I only watch TV. I like watching movies. What about the next one? >> Sometimes. >> Sometimes. Yeah, like 50. You do these things sometimes. What do you do sometimes? >> Soshiro! Let's ask Soshiro. Soshiro is silent today. So what do you do sometimes? >> Be perfect. >> Hm? What do you do sometimes? >> I sometimes, study. >> Do you study? >> [INAUDIBLE] [LAUGH] [INAUDIBLE] >> Yeah, you can say that. Things that you don't always [INAUDIBLE] but if [INAUDIBLE] example, right? >> It sometimes [INAUDIBLE]. >> Very good. We sometimes visit. [CROSSTALK] >> Whose friend? >> [CROSSTALK] >> His friend. Very good. He visits because his friends maybe live in an apartment. He sometimes visits them because he doesn't a lot of time. What about here? What do we have here? >> Rarely. >> Rarely, yeah. You could use that rarely? Yeah. What can you say about rarely? Like you do it once in a while somethings that you don't like doing. >> Travel. >> Travel. Really? Okay, yeah. So people don't like traveling. They don't like planes right? So, one mate rarely travels. Very good. You're very good guys. And you know one more, never, never, like never. Youth, wow. [INAUDIBLE] Try to say again. [INAUDIBLE] Like he. >> I tried it once, like smoking drugs. >> Drugs, okay good. >> [LAUGH] >> He never does his homework. These are examples. So, this is what percentage? Zero. Is it clear? Yes? What about you? Should I give an example? [INAUDIBLE] >> He's saying, think about your example and we'll ask you later. Okay, so I want you to pay attention to this. We use something and then ever so frequency and then work. But without your b, m is r, how do we use this, like for example, let's say subject, yeah? M is art, do we say I always am, we don't say that. >> I am always. >> Yeah. List, write them here. If you use word b, and then we use no. >> Verb yeah. >> For example I am. Sorry I am sorry adverb. >> No. >> Yeah that's what you mean right yeah? Okay because the is our word right? I am never late for an exam example, yeah. I am never late to class, right. You guys are never late to class. >> Yeah. We are never. >> Hm? >> We are never late. >> Yeah, we are never late, very good. Yeah because your subject can't change. We are never late. I am always? >> Happy. >> Happy. Yeah. Okay very good. So be careful with this. Okay.