One Point Lesson A06 Shall I

A06 Shall I

Shall we go and enjoy the view of Japanese maple leaves?

Shall I go to your home to help with your housework?

Practice #1 Offering Help

Shall I wash ... ?
Shall I carry ... for you?
Shall I pick up ... for you?
Shall I wait for ... ?
Shall I check ... ?

Practice #2 Example Questions

What shall we talk about today?
What shall we do tomorrow?
Where shall we go after this class?
When shall we take a vacation together?
Who shall we invite to the party?

Practice #3 Shall = Will

In British English, “shall” can be used for future tense.
Tomorrow, I shall go to ... .
Next winter, I shall go abroad to ... .
Tonight, shall I make ... ?
Next time we meet, I shall bring you ... .

Practice #4 Shall/Should

Legally speaking, “shall” is stronger than “should”.
You shall submit your report by the end of the week.
... is stronger than:
You should submit your report by the end of the week.
Basically:
shall = must
&
should = suggested

Practice #5 Sample Discussion

A: Shall we go out for lunch together?
B: Sure. Shall we go now?
A: Yes. Where shall we go?
B: How about the new noodle shop over there?
A: OK. Let’s go.
B: Just a moment, I need to ...
A: No problem. Take your time.

(Return to top, switch roles)

Talk about this picture.

Talk about this picture.

Talk about this picture.

Talk about this picture.

Advanced Discussion #1 Word Association

Discuss the following topics:
 Home Energy-Saving Tips
Raising Children in the 21st Century
How-to Reduce Stress
Staying in Shape as We Age

Advanced Discussion #2


Compare & Contrast:
 1. Urban Living & Rural Living
2. Showa Period & Heisei Period
3. Baseball & Basketball


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