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lunes, 31 de enero de 2011

Workbook Unit 5

Lesson 1

VOCABULARY

Exercise 1

2. Yes, probably; 3. What about you?;

4.What are you going to do?; 5. One day, I want to open my own restauorant.

Exercise 2

1. beautician; 2. chef; 3. musician; 4. actor; 5. reporter; 6. nurse/ doctor; 7. taxi-driver; 8. waiter; 9. teacher; 10. scientist.

Exercise 3

Susanne: farmer, farm in the country, farm, parrot, sell eggs and milk.

Megan: taxi driver, flat in the city, in a city, dog, drive car around the city.

Paul: nurse, house in a small town, hospital, cat, look after people.

GRAMMAR

Exercise 1

1. Julie is going to buy the food for the party.

2. Michael's going to buy the drinks for the party.

3.They're going to have the party at Louise's house.

4.Because Ian is moving to another city.

5.Michael and Julie are going to take Ian to Louise's house.

Exercise 2

1. She will take them to her room.

2. She will show them her new PC.

3. They will take him to the basement.

4. They will turn on the lights and say "Surprise!"

5. They will give him some presents.

Exercise 3

(Your own answers)

Exercise 4

2. meeting Jamie Donaldson;3.giving a lecture;4.going to the dentist;5.visiting Mum and Dad;6.having dinner;7.visiting uncle Ben and getting tickets for a rock concert.



lunes, 24 de enero de 2011

The Picture of Dorian Gray: suggested links and activities

* In this link you have got a 4-questions quiz.

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These are Penguin´s activities (sheets for teachers to be used in class).

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If you enjoyed the short version and would like to read the whole version, try this link, where you can find an e-book. (Teachers can compare one chapter from the original version to the adapted versions)

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Oscar Wilde Quotes, from different Wilde´s sources

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* A and B from this page to revise content and vocabulary.

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SUGGESTIONS:

MAKE YOUR OWN LIST OF QUOTATIONS from the version you are reading. Don´t forget to mention the chapter and page it has been taken from.

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* These are ready-to-use activities

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Extra links on Oscar Wilde here.

Superlatives

4th C
Diana´s tightest trousers are black.
Laura´s most comfortable trousers are big.
PREPARE QUESTIONS, for example:
What colour are your tightest trousers?
4th A
Cristina´s folder is the most beautiful one in the class.

Progress Check Unit 4

GRAMMAR
Exercise 1
1.c.; 2.g.;3.e.;4.f.;5.a.;6.d.;7.b
Exercise 2
2. coolest; 3. smarter; 4. baggy; 5. more comfortable;
6. nice; 7. more fashionable; 8. nicer
Exercise 3
3. you eat too many hamburgers; 4. They had too many cakes;
5. She drinks too many glasses of cola; 6. She/He doesn´t eat enough fish;
7. We don´t eat enough cornflakes
VOCABULARY
Exercise 4
2. tinned vegetables or fish; 3. semi-skimmed milk; 4. balanced diet;
5. fresh fish or vegetables; 6. brown bread
Esercise 5
2. nice; 3. short; 4. formal; 5. cool; 6. tight; 7. baggy; 8. fashionable;
9. comfortable; 10. beautiful; 11. trendy; 12. medium; 13. small; 14. big

Workbook EZ4 Unit 4

Lesson 1
Exercise 1
2. Try a bigger size; 3. That dress suits you; 4. These trousers are too tight;
5. These trousers are too big; 6. I´ll take the top and the dress.
Exercise 2
2. trousers; 3. suit; 4. T-shirt; 5. trainers; 6. shoes; 7. shocks; stockings
Exercise 3
2. Sophie´s skirt is shorter than Vicky´s but it´s not as/it isn´t as short as Chloe´s
3. Bruce´s sunglasses are more expensive than Sarah´s but they´re not / they aren´t as expensive as Naomi´s.
4. Jack´s shirt is cooler than Samantha´s but it´s not as / it isn´t as cool as Claire´s.
5. Nick´s jeans are tighter than Paul´s but they´re not as / they aren´t as tight as Steve´s.
6. Sophie´s dress is longer than Chloe´s but it´s not as /it isn´t long as Vicky´s.
Lesson 2.
Exercise 1
2. fruit; 3. saugages; 4. rice; 5. eggs; 6. cream; 7. pasta; 8. chocolate; 9. beefburgers;
10. dried fruit; 11. meat; 12. sugar; 13. fish; 14. vegetables; 15. cereals;
16. juice; 17. lentils; 18. cheese; 19. milk; 20. potato
Exercise 2
Diary products: eggs; cheese; milk
One third: rice; pasta; cereals; lentils; potato
Five portions: fruit; dried fruit; vegetables; juice
Moderate amounts: saugages; beefburgers; meat; fish
Small amounts: cream; chocolate; sugar
Exercise 3
2. enough; 3. enough; 4. too; 5. too; 6. enough; 7. enough; 8. enough;
9. too; 10. too; 11. too
Exercise 4
2. too many eggs; 3. enough cola; 4. enough pasta; 5. too many people;
6. enough knives and forks
Lesson 3
Exercise 1
2.d; 3.e.; 4.f; 5.a.; 6.b
Exercise 2
1. It was unbearably hot and humid. There were storms sometimes.
2. Ants, spiders and insects.
3. Because she doesn´t like insects.
4. Because she destroyed the girl´s food.