1. I usually take a shower in the evening. 2. Charles does his homework at night. 3. I´m at work from 8:30 to 6:30 every day. 4. They visit their cousins at New Year´s Day. 5. We always go outon Friday nights. 6. Is it hot here in August. 7. The days are short in the winter. 8. What do you like doing on the weekend?
Read and answer the questions. Are you a morning person or an evening person?
1 What time do you usually get up on the weekend? I usually get up at 7:00 a.m. on the weekend.
2 What time do you usually go to bed on the weekend? I usually go to bed at 11:00 p.m.
3 When do you like working or studying? In the morning
4 When do you enjoy getting exercise? I getting exercise from 6:30 at 7:30 a.m.
4B Weather around the world
the weather and the seasons
The weather and the seasons
Look at pictures and complete the sentences with the cities.
1 it's raining/ rainy in Liverpool.
2 It's snowing/ snowy in Stockholm.
3 It's hot in Mumbai.
4 It's warm in Barcelona.
5 It's very cold in St. Petersburg.
6 It's wet in Liverpool.
7 It's sunny in Barcelona.
8 It's foggy in San Francisco.
9 It's windy in Shangai.
10 It's cloudy in Mumbai.
11 It's icy in St. Petersburg.
12 It's cold in Stockholm.
Complete the sentences with the words in the box
snowing hot cold raining cloudy foggy
1 It's hot.
2 It's cold.
3 It's snowing.
4 It's raining.
5 It's foggy
6 It's cloudy.
Label the pictures with the seasons. Then write a word from exercise 1 to describe the weather in each season.
summer fall spring winter
spring , warm
Complete the chart. Then tell your partner about the activities that you during different seasons.
What is your favorite season? Tell your partner.
4C A long weekend
What do you like doing when you visit a new city? Tell your partner.
I'm having a good time.
He's carrying my bags.
We´re taking a taxi home.
Grammar present continuous
I'm not enjoying this.
It isn´t raining.
Questions and short answers:
What´s Pete doing?
Are you eating steak?
Yes, I am. No, I'm not.
Complete the dialogues with the present continous form of the verbs. Then act out the dialogues in pairs.
1 A what are you doing (do) here?
2 A Is it snowing (snow)?
3 A Why is James wearing (wear) a suit?
4 A Are your friends leaving (leave) now?
5 A Who is Ben calling (call)?
B I 'm waiting (wait) for my friends.
B No, it isn´t. It ´s raining (rain).
B He is going (go) to a job interview.
B Yes, they are. They ´re looking (look) for their umbrellas.
B I don´t know. He isn´t talking (not/ talk) to Alex because Alex is here!