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Stating Preferences

In this lesson, students review language and useful expressions for stating preferences. They practice using formal and informal language in questions and responses and learn to recognize and express a lack of preference. Includes listening practice and an assessment task.

  • prefer
  • would rather
  • than vs. then
PDF Content
  • dialogue
  • pair practice
  • sentence building
  • grammar review
  • group discussion question
Task Content
  • Let's Learn!(Reference)
  • Warm-Up(Reference)
  • Listen & Repeat(Reference)
  • Dialogue 1(Dialogue)
  • Dialogue 2(Dialogue)
  • Dialogue 3(Dialogue)
  • Reading A(Reference)
  • Reading B(Reference)
  • Reading C(Reference)
  • Reading D(Reference)
  • Preferences(Multiple-Choice)
  • Listen & Respond(Multiple-Choice)
  • Pair Work A(Dialogue)
  • Formal or Informal(Multiple-Choice)
  • Pair Work B(Reference)
  • Assessment(Open-Ended Questions)