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Present Simple for Giving Directions and Schedules

Plan for today

        Schedules and timetables

        Vocabulary

        Directions

Schedules and timetables

Do you have a schedule for your plans and meetings?

If yes, where do you store information about events?

If no, why not?

Schedules and timetables

 

If something is scheduled (lesson, train arriving, tv show, film in the cinema, etc), we use Present Simple.

Our lesson ends at 10:30.

Festival of Hatred and

Treachery starts at 10 a.m. and ends at 6 p.m. on 1 Aug, 2019.

Follow

Schedules and timetables

You commute from London to Oxford every day. You need to get to work at 10 AM. When does your train leave?

Your working day in Leicester finishes at 6 PM. You need to get home in Coventry. By what means of transport can you get there? Which one is the cheapest? Which one is the fastest? Which is the most suitable for you as you

want to get home as early as possible?

Listen

Schedules and timetables

Listen and fill in the gaps:

What time does the next train to ____ leave?

At ____ from platform 8.

Is it a ____ train to London?

You have to ____ trains at Birmingham.

Single or ____, sir?

Here is your ticket and ____, sir!

Schedules and timetables

The buses to Rome run every half hour.

The train to Paris departs from platform three.

The British Museum opens at 9 AM and closes at 5PM.

Plan for today

        Schedules and timetables

        Vocabulary

        Directions


Vocabulary

Turn left/right

Turn the second on the left/right

Go straight

on/up/down/along the street

Go past sth

Traffic lights

Roundabout


Vocabulary

Next to sth

Opposite

Between A and B

At the corner of sth

Cross the street

Go along/up/down

Sidewalk

Plan for today

        Schedules and timetables

        Vocabulary

        Directions

Watch

Giving directions

Watch the video and answer these questions:

What questions can we use to ask for directions?

Which words help us sound more polite?

Where is the bus station?

What does “go through the park” mean?

With which phrase can we replace “go along the second street on the left”? (“______ the second street on the left”)




A: Excuse me. How can I get to the post office?

B: Go straight ahead. Take the second street on the right. Then take the first street on the left and go straight on. It’s on the left, opposite the park.

A: Thank you.

B: You’re welcome.

A: Excuse me. Where’s the library, please?

B: Go straight on, cross the park and turn left. Then take the first street on the right. It’s on the right.

A: Thank you.

A: Excuse me. How can I get to the swimming pool?

B: Go straight ahead. Take the first street on the left. Then take the first street on the right after the park. Go straight on and cross the road. It’s on the left, opposite the library.

A: Thank you.

B: You’re welcome.

A: Excuse me. Where‘s the bank, please?

B: Go straight on and take the second street on the right. Then go straight on. It’s on your left, opposite the petrol station.

A: Thank you very much.


Look at map and say

A: Excuse me. Where’s the bus station?

B: _________________________

A: _________________________

Look at map, find the school, ask for and give directions to the school

A: Excuse me.

B: _________________________

A: _________________________

Plan for today

        Schedules and timetables

        Vocabulary

        Directions


Thanks!

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