Instructions: Read about Satisfaction levels.
Let’s talk about Satisfaction levels
I love reading Romantic novels a lot.
I also like watching Science Fiction programs on T.V.
I don’t like horror movies or TV programs.
I hate watching or playing foot-ball.
What about you?
Getting started: More about Satisfaction levels
Instructions: Read the following information about Satisfaction level for a third person:
My best friend loves being a lawyer.
He likes helping people from all over the world.
He doesn’t like the world to be poor.
He hates bad people.
A survey on satisfaction levels
Instructions: Match the halves of the sentences.
1. Many people love
2. People from all over the world
3. Mexican people don’t like
4. I hate
Levels of satisfaction
Let's learn how to express the level of satisfaction.
Instructions: Look at the following information about different levels of satisfaction:
There are different verbs or expressions to express different levels of satisfaction.
The most common verbs to express those levels of satisfaction are:
Don’t like or Doesn’t like
Look at the examples:
I love reading books.
James likes watching T.V. series.
Mary doesn’t like foot-ball games.
We hate horror movies.
Instructions: Choose the best option for each sentence.
- I love / loves eating pizza on Saturday.
- Mary love / loves watching T.V.
- Children like / likes cartoons.
- My little brother like / likes Tom & Jerry.
- All girls in my family hate / hates foot-ball.
Instructions: Unscramble words to make logical sentences.
- Louis / chess in contests. / loves playing.
- likes being / Harry / a pilot.
- doesn't like lying / Diana / people
- Boys / crying girls / hate
- I / dancing at parties / like
love, like, don’t like, hate
Instructions: Choose the right options in the following text.
- My aunt don’t like / doesn’t like driving at night.
- Your brothers love sleeping / loves sleeping in the tent.
- Those children doesn’t like / don’t like listening the radio.
- These men hate working / hates working on Saturday.
- My sister don’t like tidying up / doesn’t like tidyng up her room.