What do Jess and Ben decide to do?
What shall we do tomorrow, Ben?
I don't know, Jess. What do you want to do?
We could go to the park. We could have a picnic there.
Yes, that's a good idea. But I think it will rain tomorrow.
Well, maybe we can go shopping. There's a good shopping centre near here.
No!!! I hate shopping. Do you have another idea?
Shall we go swimming? I love swimming.
OK, great. I like swimming too. Let's do that.
OK. What time shall we meet?
Let's meet at 10 o'clock. We could walk to the swimming pool together.
That's too early! Let's meet here at 11 o'clock.
OK. 11 o'clock. See you tomorrow!
Now answer the questions.
Does Ben like shopping?
Why do they decide not to go to the park?
What time will they meet tomorrow?
Does Jess like swimming?
Now check your answers
Jess and Ben use different phrases to suggest and
ask for ideas:
|Phrase||infinitive || other information|
| What shall we||do||tomorrow?|
| We could||go ||to the park. |
| Maybe we can||go ||shopping |
| Shall we||go ||swimming? |
| What time shall we||meet ||? |
|Let's||meet ||at 10 o'clock. |
|We could ||walk ||together. |
We use "What shall we + Infinitive?" to ask for ideas.
We use "We could...", "Let's...", "Shall we..." or "Maybe we can..." + infinitive to suggest ideas.
Check the grammar, then pracitise a conversation using the vocabulary and phrases you already know.