A. Substitute one word from the Comprehensive Reading for the underlined word or words below.
- Our greatest is our forests.
- For a Peace Corps Volunteer, he speaks Korean well.
- He his life everytime he tries to cross the highway.
- Do you have an to the problem?
- Rat control is a matter of concern.
- That should be a major worry.
- We should freely to the Korean National Tuberculosis Association.
- Responsible work for the common good.
- Vitamins the chance of disease.
- Safety First is a against accidents.
B. Discover and underline the uses of "will" in the Comprehensive Reading. Take the sentence and expand it with "because".
ex. "General poor health and specific diseases cost Korea billions of dollars this year many people will not be able to work."
C. Discuss what the above exercise tells you about "will".
Clue: Does "will" suggest fact or opinion?
A. Mr. Park Kuk Jo is going on a trip soon. A doctor is going to give him a shot.
"Will it hurt?" Mr. Park asks.
"No, don't worry. It won't hurt at all. You won't even feel it," the doctor is saying.
- What is the doctor going to do?
- What exactly is Mr. Park's question?
- What is the exact answer?
- Ask the questions with "will". Give short answers.
- hurt very much
- be very pleasant
- Mr. Park feel it
Mr. Lee: Why isn't it done? Who was going to do it?
Mrs. Kim: I thought your brother was going to do it.
Mr. Lee: Didn't you say you were going to do it?
Mrs. Kim: Me? No, I didn't.
Mr. Lee: Well, who's going to do it?
Mrs. Kim: We'll all do it.
Answer the following questions about the Dialogue:
1. What is Mr. Lee talking about in the first line?
2. Whom did Mrs. Kim think was responsible?
3. Whom did Mr. Lee think was responsible?
4. Who was going to be responsible?
5. Who will be responsible?
Construct a situation for the above Dialogue. Write 2 or 3 sentences (as in II, A) inventing a reference for "it" in the dialogue. Discuss whether your situations will work; then ask and answer the questions again, giving specific answers.
Use the following commands to make a polite request, using "won't".
1. Bring two or three friends.
7. Step into the principal's office.