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1. describing entertainment options

  • a concert
  • a musical
  • a lecture
  • a play

Dialog
S: Hey, Joe. What are we going to do tonight?
J: I know! Let’s go to that play downtown.
S: Nah, it’s too far.
J: Well, what else is going on?
S: Well, there’s a new movie at the theater. It’s ‘The Big Cheese’ with May Jackson.
J: Or we could go to the football game.
S: I do not enjoy watching football games.
J: Oh, yeah. So the movie sounds good.
S: Great!

1.1 gerunds & infinitives

  • Frank enjoys cooking dinner for Lilei
  • Blair plans to eat out.
  • We’re planning to go to the soccer game. [‘sɒkə]
  • I need to get some money for the concert.
  • Bluce Lee kept playing his guitar until midnight
  • We’re thinking about going to a concert.
gerunds & infinitives sentence
like I like going to musicals.
- I like to go to musicals.
love June loves eating in restaurants.
- June loves to eat in restaurants.
begin It began to snow.
- It began snowing.

1.2 know how / good at

  • I don’t know how to swim.
  • I’m terrible at driving.

1.3 describing options

  • What do you want to do?
  • What are we going to do tonight?
  • What’s going on?
  • There are some great movies and plays going on this week.
  • You could go swimming or you could go hiking.
  • What else is there to do?
  • What else is going on?

2. talking about upcoming events

  • bar
  • stadium [‘steɪdɪəm]
  • aquarium [ə’kweərɪəm]
  • concert hall
  • auditorium [ɔːdɪ’tɔːrɪəm]
  • Theater [‘θɪətə]
  • nightclub
  • check it out

Dialog
[TODD] Hi, Could you do me a favor?
[SALLY] Sure, What do you need?
[TODD] Well, Angela and I want to do something special this weekend. It’s our 20th wedding anniversary.
[SALLY] Wow! Twenty years together, Congratulations.
[TODD] Thanks, Could you help me find something interesting ?
[SALLY] Springdale.com has all the events listed for the city.
[SALLY] It covers the concert hall, the auditorium … , You really should check it out.
[TODD] That’s a good idea.
[SALLY] There’s an incredible same band at the Blue Banana.
[SALLY] That’s the hottest nightclub in town right now. Do you and Angela like to dance?
[TODD] Yes! But, Like a classical concert. Beethoven. Or Mozart.
[SALLY] Here is a play, How about Shakespeare? It’s ‘Hamlet’.
[SALLY] It’s in the Main Street Theater[ˈθi:ətər] on Saturday.
[TODD] Angela loves plays. Thank you so much!

1.1 Prepositions of time and place

on for smaller areas, and for days and dates.

  • I live on Main Street.
  • The lecture is on Monday.
  • My birthday is on April 17th.

at for addresses

  • His house is at 465 Pine Street.
  • The lecture is at the auditorium.
  • At night, I like to read.

in

  • My brother is coming in February.
  • I lived in France for one year.

1.2 Asking for help

  • Could you do me a favor?
  • I’m sorry, but I’m really busy right now.
  • The party will start at 10 in the morning and continue until 7 in the evening

1.3 Writing

This Saturday night, there is going to be a english lecture, ‘two minutes’. June is going to talk about “the important of time”. The lecture starts at 8 p.m. It’s at the Auditorium. Admission is free. I like learning english, so I am thinking about going.

3. planning a night out with friends

1. Vocabulary

  • boring
  • loud
  • relaxing
  • incredible
  • horror [‘hɒrə]
  • romance [ro’mæns]
  • drama [ˈdrɑmə]
  • comedy [‘kɑmədi]

Dialog
M: Why don’t we go to that new sports bar?
F: ~
M: Yup, There is a football game
F: I hate the sports bar
M: Really, why?
F: Because that is boring, the music is so loud and diffcult convasition.
F: How about a quiet, relaxing dinner?
M: We do that a name
F: OK ! you are right, Let’s do something different.
M: I know, Let’s go to the movie. the New York
F: The horror movie, I don’t think so, How about a romance, or a drama
M: Oh, look, really, It is incredible !
F: I love it. Can you buy the ticket ?
M: Sure, Thanks

2. Adjectives for events

  • interesting
  • boring
  • relaxing
  • exciting
  • surprising
  • fun
  • incredible
  • loud
  • quiet
  • wonderful
  • terrible

3. New York, text

Dialog
J: Hi, Ann! Hey, how was your vacation? You went to New York, right?
A: Yeah.
J: How was it?
A: Oh, I love New York! It’s a really exciting city.
J: Nah. It’s too big and too loud for me. So, what did you do in New York?
A: Well, we went to a musical. That was fun ! And we ate at some really interesting restaurants. The food was delicious.
J: It sounds wonderful.
A: And the Museum of Modern Art was incredible !
J: That’s great! Well, I have a meeting. See you later.
A: Bye.

4. ‘Why’ and ‘because’

  • Why did you go to Paris?
  • I went to Paris because it’s beautiful!
  • Why is Frank angry?
  • I go to that restaurant because it’s cheap, and the food is delicious.

5. Suggesting activities

‘Let’s’ + base form of verb

  • Let’s go to the dance performance.

‘How about’ or ‘what about’ + verb + ‘-ing’

  • What about meeting some friends?

‘Could’ + base form of verb

  • We could go out for a drink at Harry’s Bar.

‘Why don’t we’ + base form of verb

  • Why don’t we try a new restaurant?

4. going to the movies

1. Vocabulary

  • The 8 o’clock show’s sold out now.
  • There are still some tickets left

Dialog
S: Jake? Jake! It’s 7 o’clock! The movie starts at 8!
J: Okay, Okay. I am ready.
S: Did you book the tickets?
J: The tickets.
S: The tickets you book them. right?
J: Ohhh.
S: I can’t believe it. How Could you forget to book the tickets? The 8 o’clock show is sold out now.
J: Sally, I’m really sorry. Is there a second show?
S: The next show begins at 10:30. There are still some tickets left. But it’s over after midnight.
J: That sounds good. I’m so sorry. I can’t believe I forgot. So, Do you want to watch some TV?
S: This is stupid!

2. Simple present

begin、start、open
The dance performance begins at 8 o’clock tonight.
Jim Department Store opens at 9 a.m. tomorrow.
close、end、be over、finish
The movie is over at 9:15 p.m.
She closes her shop at 6 o’clock.
The movie ends at midnight.

3. Asking for info about movies

  • Can you give me some information?
  • Do you have a website?
  • Can I buy tickets online?
  • What’s your address?
  • What time is the next show?
  • Are tickets still available?
  • How much are tickets?

4. Dialog with theater [‘θiətə]

Dialog
A: Good afternoon. Springdale Theater.
B: Good afternoon. Can you give me some information about the film ‘Mommy Mommy’?
A: Certainly. What would you like to know?
B: When is the next show ?
A: It’s at 3:15.
B: That’s good. And are there still tickets for it?
A: Yes. That’s not a problem. Afternoons are never sold out.
B: OK. And can I buy tickets online?
A: Yes, just go to our website , www.springdaletheater.com.
B: Thanks! Oh, and how much are tickets for adults and children?
A: Adults are $13, and kids are $6.