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Oral English week 6
Age Young middle-aged elderly old Build Fat thin slim medium-build broad shoulders(m) Height 1.70m medium height tall short tallish Hair color Black brown blonde grey dyed Hair style Long short straight wavy curly pigtails Face Thin long round oval squared wide/narrow/long nose thick/thin lips pointed chin double chin Beard(m) moustache(m) whisker Eyes(brow) Blue grey brown long eyebrows thick/thin eyebrows / small eyes big eyes Skin--color Pale sunburned tanned brown black fair-skinned dress casual elegant fashionable cool
He/she is tall/ fat. He/she has (got) wide nose/pigtails. His/her face is/are very thin.
group activity (guessing pictures)
Walk on air : When you are happy and excited because of a pleasant event that makes you feel as if you are floating, you are walking on air. E.g. "Sophie has been walking on air since her painting won the first prize. Make up a short dialogue with your partner using this idiom. Idiom
/ u: / Too soon food movie Tuesday roommate school true soup lose group fruit juice shoe
/ u: / 1.Two blue shoes. 2. Bruce flew back to eat noodle near the zoo. 3. If Stu chews shoes, should Stu choose the shoes he chews? 4. whos it? So cool. See you soon.
look put could sugar cookbook good full push pull should woman cookie /u/
You shouldnt eat too many cookies. Whos that woman reading a good book? We could put some sugar on the fruit. /u/
Minimal pairs Luke look Pool pull Fool full Suit soot( ) Stewed ( ) stood
Minimal pairs Cap( ) cup Bag bug( ) Cat cut Rag( ) rug( ) Ankle( ) uncle Ran run Cup cop( ) Dan done Don Cut cot( ) Suck( ) sock Hat hut( ) hot Run Ron
Family Do you know how to name your whole family members? brainstorm words for family members and make a list.
1. immediate family- mother, father, brothers and sisters. 2. extended family- everyone that is related to you besides your immediate family. (eg cousins, aunts, uncles, grandparents, nieces and nephews. 3. siblings ['sibliŋz] - brothers and sisters 4. cousin- the children of your parents siblings. 5. only child- no brother or sisters 6. great-grandparents- parents grandparents 7. brother/sister-in-law- the person who married your brother or sister. 8. aunt and uncle- parents sisters and brothers and their wives and husbands. 9. niece and nephew- daughter or son of your siblings
Family tree Task: look at Sams family tree. How are people related to him? draw your family tree or a friends family tree and present it in English.
Do you know how to describe your family?
I have a large/small family / household… My family has …… members. I have one older/younger brother/sister… Our family name is (surname).. My parents have been married for … years. I dont have any siblings / John is my sibling. Im an only child… Ive one older sibling, a brother. My sister has two children…. I closely resemble my mother. /I take after my fathers… I look like my sister… I was raised in the city/country… I grew up in (place).. My family originates from (place)… My family moved from (place) to (place)… I get on/dont get on well with my….. My family are quite close. We have a great relationship… Both ____ and I have an older brother and a younger sister. My family is very different from her/his. I have 3 siblings and he/she is an only child.)