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Rejoinders/ follow-ups
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
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No Comment?
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 13

 
Conversation Questions: Practicing rejoinders and follow-up questions
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 10

 
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Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
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Level: elementary
Age: 6-100
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Discovery Game- What are you doing today?
Level: elementary
Age: 8-17
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� � ��So, Too, Neither, and But
Complete the additions and responses in the following article. Chose between affirmative and negative forms.
Bringing up a baby�
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Alana Diller has a lot in common with her neighbor Halan Brown. Alana works full time, and �does Haley�.
Alana has just hired a sitter for her baby. Haley �too. And they�re both careful parents. Alana interviewed a lot of people before deciding on the best person for the job. So �Haley.
There�s one important difference, however. Alana�s Brenda is a human baby,�Haley�s Agne isn�t. Agne is great Dane, a dog the size of a small Pony.
Haley says, "I feel very responsible for Agnes. It�s like having a child. Alana can�t leave her baby alone for ten hours every day, and ��can I. Both brenda and Agnes need human contact and care during the day".
Jack Austin, owner of PetCare, agrees. "Human children are social creatures, and so��pets, especially dogs. Being alone is painful for them and bad for their health too".
"Most of us think of our pets as our babies". Continued Austin. "My friends who are parents don�t mind buying the best food for their babies and I don�t�. They want their kids to go to the best schools, and so��I".
Schools? aren�t we carrying this comparison a little too far? "not at all", says �Austin. "our puppy kindergarten performs the same service for dogs that human kindergarden does for children. A five-year-old child will need to learn about his or her �environment, and so �a puppy. A child will need to�develop social skills, and a puppy will�". Austin�s company even offers play dates so that shy dogs can make new friends.
�"A lot of my friends think it�s silly", lauhed Haley, "but I�. I have my social contacs, and��Agnes. The peace of mind is worth the expense".
�Look at the requirements of various pets. Then complete the sentences below with appropiate additions and responses about the pets mentioned in parentheses
�Housing�Need bed�Need bed�Need aquarium�Need cage
�Food�Once a day�Twice a day�Once or twice a day; remove uneaten food�Food always available
�Care and grooming
�More than 1 hour a day
Need grooming.
�1/2 hour a day.
Need grooming�
�1 hour a week.
no grooming
�1/2 hour a day.
No grooming�
�company and attention your pet needs form you�A lot�A medium amount�none�a medium amount
�Life spam�10 years or more�10 years o more�2-10 years
�Canaries:5-10 years.
Parrots:60 years or more.�
�Veterinary care�Yearly visits�yearly visits�When sick�When sick
�Expense�Medium�Medium�Low�low

Complete the sentences by using the information.
�1.Dogs need their own bed,(cats).
2.birds should have food available at all times,(fish).
3.Cats must have specific mealtimes,(dogs)
4.Birds don�t require a lot of time for care,(fish).
5. Dogs and cats need grooming,(fish and bird).
6.A dog needs a lot of companionship,(a fish).
7.A bird can get alone without much attention, (a fish).
8.Dogs and cats will live at leat ten years,(some fish).
9.Parrots have a life span of more than sixty years,(other pets)
10.Birds don�t need to see the vet regularly,(fish).
11.Dogs have to have a checkup every year,(cats).
12Fish don�t cost much to keep,(birds) .