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Unit 3A is mainly to review some of the most important things (or at least very basic things) you learnt in Básico 1.
If you want to review anything from Básico 1:

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1. VOCABULARY


· At the airport


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· Listening: At the airport / Activities
· Travel English Lesson: Communicating at the Airport
· Going through the Customs Service
· Listening: Customes Service
· Vocabulary: At the Airport - Activities (1)
· Vocabulary: At the Airport - Activities (2)
· Vocabulary: At the Airport - Activities (3)
· Vocabulary: At the Airport - Activities (4)
· Vocabulary: At the Airport - Activities (5)
· Vocabulary: At the Airport - Activities (6)
· Vocabulary: At the Airport - Activities (7)
· Vocabulary: At the Airport - Activities (8)
· Vocabulary: At the Airport - Activities (9)
· Vocabulary: At the Airport - Activities (10)
· Conversations - Activities (1)
· Conversations - Activities (2)









CHECK IN AT THE AIRPORT:








2. LISTENING


Do the quiz:



Do the quiz:






3. GRAMMAR


You learnt about future plans and predictions in:
· Básico 1: Unit 10B - Be going to (plans)
· Básico 1: Unit 10C - Be going to (predictions)


· FUTURE PLANS: (be) going to + infinitive


(be) going to + infinitive
(to talk about future plans)
I am going to visit my relatives in Madrid next month.
I am not going to visit my relatives in Madrid next month.
Are you going to visit your relatives in Madrid next month?
· tonight
· tomorrow
· next week, next weekend, next month, next summer, next year
· on Sunday
Answers:
Yes, I am. / No, I'm not.


With the verb go you can say: I'm going to go to Madrid next week. = I'm going to Madrid next week.

Watch out!!! In song lyrics going to is sometimes spelt gonna because of the way it is pronounced, e.g. I'm gonna /ˈɡɒnə/ love you for the rest of my life. = I'm going to /ˈɡəʊɪŋ tə/ love you for the rest of my life. (Jennifer Love Hewitt, I'm Gonna Love You).

There is another form to express the future: I will always love you, to express promises. But you will learn it next year in Básico 2.

Typical mistakes:
· don't forget to use the verb to be before going to, e.g. I going to visit my parents next weekend; I'm going to visit my parents next weekend.



· FUTURE PREDICTIONS: (be) going to + infinitive


a prediction = is something you think is going to happen.

(be) going to + infinitive
(to talk about predictions)
You are going to meet a man and fall in love with him.
I am not going to meet a man and fall in love with him.
Are you going to meet a man and fall in love with him?
· tonight
· tomorrow
· next week, next weekend, next month, next year
· on Sunday
Answers:
Yes, I am. / No, I'm not.


A prediction is something you think or are sure is going to happen:
· what we think it's going to happen: He is going to fall in love with you the moment he sees you.
· what you are sure will happen: Look at those grey clouds!!! It's going to rain.


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5. READING


A
B

· Preguntar dónde está
· Decir dónde estás
· Preguntar qué hace
· Decir que espera su vuelo pero que sale con retraso
· Preguntar qué piensa hacer
· Decírselo (going to).





6. SONG


This is the Life by Amy Macdonald (in 2007).





Do the quiz:



Do the quiz:



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