This week we are talking about television in class. Do you watch TV? What do you watch?
There are different genres of television. Here are some types of TV shows:
What are some examples of each? Can you identify any additional genres (i.e. thriller, science fiction, etc.)
What are some adjectives used to describe TV? Here are some examples below:
Use the adjectives to say what you think about different types of TV shows. Use any other adjectives that you know.
• Use adverbs of frequency (always, usually, often, rarely, etc.) to show how often you do an activity.
• Adverbs of frequency go before verbs (except for be). Examples:
I always go shopping on Sundays.
I am never late for school.
• Use them between modal verbs (can, could, might, may, have, etc.) and the main verb. Example:
I can always watch football on TV.
• When you want to be more specific, you can add the number of times you do something, plus days, weeks, months or years. Examples:
I go swimming once a month.
I go travelling twice a year.
I eat three times a day.
Use the adverbs of frequency to say how much you watch different TV shows.
A: How often do you watch cooking shows?
B: Sometimes. I watch MasterChef twice a month.
Describe a TV show. What kind of program it is? How popular it is? Use adjectives to describe it.
You can review this worksheet online at www.linguahouse.com/ex 2/4 Review your flashcards at least 3-5 times a week for 20 minutes to keep the material fresh in your memory.
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