№16 по английскому языку за 11 класс Н.В. Юхнель, Е.Г. Наумова, Н.В. Демченко
авторы: Н.В. Юхнель, Е.Г. Наумова, Н.В. Демченко
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3. Which verb do you use to talk about probabilities, especially if you are quite certain?
4. What if the probability sounds more like prediction or your expectations?
5. What verb is used to talk about very strong obligations like rules or law?
6. What if the obligation or necessity is less categorical?
7. What verb is used to talk about a necessity that's a fact and you can't do anything about it?
8. What modal verb should be used to express your personal necessity, like going to see your granny?
9. What verb in its negative form do you use when there's no necessity or obligation?
10. Which verb in its negative form is used to talk about prohi¬bitions?
c) Check your answers using the chart in the Grammar Reference section on pages 305-307.
d) For each of the questions above find examples from ex. 5a.
6. Discuss the questions below in small groups.
Are you always happy to fulfill your family obligations? Why? Should all family members have obligations? What ad¬vice can you give to those who hate family obligations? Do you hear many prohibitions from your parents? Does it make you want to struggle against the prohibitions? What advice can you give to authoritarian parents? Is there a real proba¬bility that parents will follow their teen's advice? Is this prob¬ability high or low for your parents?
LESSON 5: CRYING OUT FOR HELP
I Communicative area: giving advice, recommendations Active vocabulary: concern