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VOCABULARY PRACTICE

BB

EE

Check the columns to show how old you were when you did these things. Share with a partner. ACTIVITY

CHILD

TEENAGER

ADULT

NEVER DID THIS

collect things (dolls, stamps, books, coins) eat junk food watch TV play outside

B. Read instructions and explain the columns. Point out that the directions are not asking for a specific age. Go over answers.

smoke cigarettes

n

stay out late argue with my siblings

tio

have a curfew get into trouble sleep in

LISTENING

Listen again to Track 09. Circle the activities that Lila’s dad used to do. get into trouble

watch TV

play outside

eat junk food

eat healthy

stay out late

LANGUAGE TOOLS

DD

have a curfew

Listen to your teacher and repeat. QUESTIONS

ANSWERS

What did you use to do when you were younger?

Where did you live when you were a child?

Did you use to watch TV when you were a kid?

I

I don’t.

but now

I live in the US.

live in Mexico,

didn’t use to

Yes, I did. No, I didn’t.

Student Book 3 LEFT

Answer Key: C. argue with his siblings, eat junk food, have a curfew

Teacher Book 3 LEFT

stay out late,

used to

N ot

38

used to

Fo

Where did you use to live?

46

argue with his siblings

rD up

CC

lic a

FF

I do.

C. Read instructions. Play the listening track all the way through. Instruct students to circle the activities Lila’s dad used to do. Track can be repeated multiple times. D. GG FOCUS: Questions with “use to + verb” and statements with “used to + verb.” Used to is a regular verb. It indicates a change from the past to the present. Since it always refers to the past, “-d” is added to the base form of the word use. When the statement is positive, used to is the correct form (I used to dance a lot). When the statement is negative, use to is the correct form (I didn’t use to dance a lot). NOTE: In spoken English, “used to” and “use to” can be very hard to differenciate. Tell students they might not hear the difference - to pay attention to whether or not “didn’t” comes before “use”.

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