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Lesson 5
With Miss Voortman
Lesson 5: Making Requests
Student Introductions
 5 New Students Each Week.
 Each Student Has 60 Seconds to Introduce
Themselves to the Class.
 Must Be Creative.
 Must Share Their English Name.
 Must Answer at Least 3 Questions from the Lesson
2 PPT, pg 12.
Student Introductions
What
is one thing that you can
do well?
Something nice that happened
to you this week.
1 thing that makes you happy
What is something that you are
grateful for?
Share a memory you have of
something special you did with
a friend.
Who is someone that you admire
and why?
A time when you helped someone.
A value that is important to you.
A place that is special to you.
1 Thing you hope to do next year.
A good memory you have.
What makes you feel good?
What is 1 thing you are proud of?
Job Interview Questions
 How can you be successful in a job interview?
 What strengths do you have in your field?
 What has been your greatest achievement in your life?
Explain in less than 1 minute.
Borrowing and Lending
 Borrow: to use somebody else’s property
 Mom, may I borrow your hairdryer?

“Yes, you may borrow my hairdryer.”
 Loan/lend: to allow somebody to use something on
the condition that it is returned
 Mom, would you please lend me your hairdryer?

“Yes, I would be glad to lend my hairdryer to you.”
Making Requests
Direct/Less Formal
Can I borrow…?
May I borrow…?
Is it okay if I use your…?
Do you mind if I use your…?
Would it be okay if I used your…?
Would you mind if I borrowed your…?
Would you mind lending me your…?
Would you mind letting me borrow your…?
I wonder if I could borrow…
Indirect/More Formal
I was wondering if you’d mind lending me…
Making requests – which form is correct?
 Can/May I borrow your pen?
 Do you mind if I borrow your pen?
 I was wondering if you’d mind lending me your pen?
 Sure, but I need it back by the end of class.
 No, I’m using it right now… you may use it in 5 minutes,
though.
 No, you never give my pens back to me.
The Bold Question is Correct.
All answers are okay.
 Can/May I borrow your pen?
 Do you mind if I borrow your pen?
 I was wondering if you’d mind lending me your pen?
 Sure, but I need it back by the end of class.
 No, I’m using it right now… you may use it in 5 minutes,
though.
 No, you never give my pens back to me.
 May/Can I use your iPod today?
 Would it be okay if I used your iPod this afternoon?
 I wonder if I could borrow your iPod, please?
 Sure, as long as you give it back to me by dinner.
 No.
 No, I am going to be using it all day. Sorry.
 May/Can I use your iPod today?
 Would it be okay if I used your iPod this
afternoon?
 I wonder if I could borrow your iPod, please?
 Sure, as long as you give it back to me by dinner.
 No.
 No, I am going to be using it all day. Sorry.
 Is it okay if I use your laptop tonight?
 Would it be okay if I used your laptop tonight?
 I was wondering if you would mind lending me your
laptop tonight? I have an assignment that I have to
finish, and my laptop destroyed all my work this
morning.
 I am willing to let you use it, but if something happens
to it, I expect that you will replace it.
 I’m sorry, it’s my Dad’s computer, and I promised him
that I would never loan it out.
 Is it okay if I use your laptop tonight?
 Would it be okay if I used your laptop tonight?
OR
 I was wondering if you would mind lending me
your laptop tonight? I have an assignment that I
have to finish, and my laptop destroyed all my
work this morning.
 I am willing to let you use it, but if something happens
to it, I expect that you will replace it.
 I’m sorry, it’s my Dad’s computer, and I promised him
that I would never loan it out.
 May I borrow your car?
 Is it okay if I use your car tomorrow?
 Would you mind letting me borrow your car tomorrow?
My Mom is very sick, and I have no way to get her to
the doctor!?
 Please, let me help you by taking you both to the doctor!
 You may use my car. Be careful and, please, refill the gas
before you return it.
 I’m sorry, my car is out of gas, but I think that Bob can
help you.
 May I borrow your car?
 Is it okay if I use your car tomorrow?
 Would you mind letting me borrow your car
tomorrow? My Mom is very sick, and I have no
way to get her to the doctor!?
 Please, let me help you by taking you both to the doctor!
 You may use my car. Take care and, please, refill the gas
before you return it.
 I’m sorry, my car is out of gas, but I think that Bob can
help you.
Making Requests
 Bike
Making Requests
 Bike
 200 kuai
Making Requests
 Bike
 200 kuai
 Computer
Making Requests
 Bike
 200 kuai
 Computer
 A ride to the airport
Discussion Questions
 Culturally speaking, how do Chinese people feel about
borrowing and lending? Do you easily lend things to
family? … to friends?
Discussion Questions
 Culturally speaking, how do Chinese people feel about
borrowing and lending? Do you easily lend things to
family? … to friends?
 What responsibility does a borrower bear for what
he/she borrows?
Discussion Questions
 Culturally speaking, how do Chinese people feel about
borrowing and lending? Do you easily lend things to
family? … to friends?
 What responsibility does a borrower bear for what
he/she borrows?
 How would failing to return something borrowed affect
a relationship?
Discussion Questions
 Culturally speaking, how do Chinese people feel about
borrowing and lending? Do you easily lend things to
family? … to friends?
 What responsibility does a borrower bear for what
he/she borrows?
 How would failing to return something borrowed affect
a relationship?
 How do you ask for forgiveness (apologize/make up)
after breaking an agreement?
Discussion Questions
 Culturally speaking, how do Chinese people feel about
borrowing and lending? Do you easily lend things to
family? … to friends?
 What responsibility does a borrower bear for what
he/she borrows?
 How would failing to return something borrowed affect
a relationship?
 How do you ask for forgiveness (apologize/make up)
after breaking an agreement?
 If someone in your family has a need, are family
members responsible to provide? Are there exceptions?
Examples
Situation 1A:
Flour
Novels
Clothing
Candles
You’re studying for a
test. You need:
 dictionary
 pen
 candy
 class notes
Situation 2A:
You’re taking a trip
to the beach. You
need:
 suitcase
 sunglasses
 hat
 novels
Dictionary
$50.00
Video Camera
Pen
Making Requests
Direct/Less Formal
Can I borrow…?
May I borrow…?
Is it okay if I use your…?
Do you mind if I use your…?
Would it be okay if I used your…?
Would you mind if I borrowed your…?
Would you mind lending me your…?
Would you mind letting me borrow your…?
I wonder if I could borrow…
Indirect/More Formal
I was wondering if you’d mind lending me…
Write These Words in Your Notebook. Use Them
to Practice Pronunciation. Take Notes!!
Unvoiced /s/
Voiced /z/
Unvoiced //
Voiced //
 Close
 Closed
 Cloth
 Clothe
 Tess
 Teas
 Teeth
 Teethe
 Rice
 Rise
 Wreath
 Writhe
 Moss
 Moses
 Moth
 Mothes
 Sank
 Zane
 Thank
 Than
 Brass
 Breeze
 Breath
 Breathe
Pronunciation: /f/, /v/, and /w/
 Unvoiced… /f/
 To make the /f/ sound, put your upper teeth on your
lower lip, and breathe around them.
 Voiced… /v/
 To make the /v/ sound, do the same thing, but use your
voice as you breathe around your teeth
 Voiced… /w/
 Make your lips into the shape of an ‘o’, and force air out
of your mouth, using your voice.
Comparing Similar Words:
Unvoiced /f/
Voiced /v/
Voiced /w/
Fail
Vale
Wale
Fest
Vest
West
Fear
Veer
We’re
Fine
Vine
Wine
Feign
Vain
Wane
File
Vile
While
Fairy
Very
Wary
Few
View
Woo
First
Versed
Worst
Copy into your notebook:
vest/west
vine/wine
veil/wail
very/wary
vent/went
verse/worse
vain/wane
vet/wet
view/woo
visor/wiser
volley/Wally
viper/wiper
vile/while
veer/we’re
x
teeth
teas
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
For Next Week:
- Review all the phrases and dialogue models from Unit 1-4.
- Review the pronunciation from past weeks, to prepare for Quiz #1.
- Voiced “th”
- Voiced “z”
- Unvoiced “th”
- Unvoiced “s”
- Unvoiced “f”
- Voiced “v”
- Voiced “w”
- Listen to the textbook CD for Unit 4, part 3, on page 21
(Pronunciation - Intonation in Complex Sentences)
- Complete the Grammar Focus on Page 21.
- Complete the Grammar Focus on Page 23.
- Visit http://202.38.64.11/~voortman for pronunciation worksheet.
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