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1. Review of the book, CD, movie, culture event etc. (M 6 + M 10 new vocabulary, new adjectives, passive voice, Useful language p. 67) 2. Behaviour in.

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1 1. Review of the book, CD, movie, culture event etc. (M 6 + M 10 new vocabulary, new adjectives, passive voice, Useful language p. 67) 2. Behaviour in the CR or any other country I know well (M 7 – new vocabulary, making generalisations, Useful language p. 77) 3. Two things I cannot live without (M 8 - relative clauses, quantifiers, new vocabulary, Useful language p. 87) 4. Predictions (make general predictions on global developments in future – M 9 – new vocabulary, new grammar – p. 92 – 95,) 5. If I had unlimited money and time resources, I would…. (M 9 – grammar p. 96) 6. Tell a true story that happened to you or someone you know / invent a ghost (criminal, funny) story of your own / tell the story from the book, film you know (M10, past perfect, reported speech, new vocabulary, Useful language p. 109)  NOTE !!!!Talk around minutes, add required new vocabulary and grammar structures (will be provided to you); preparation time is available; no brought written notes are allowed.  !!!!Be ready to react to any questions covering Modules 6 – 10 incl. grammar

2 Vocabulary: excited / exciting worried / worrying upset / upsetting annoyed / annoying surprised /astonished / surprising embarrassed / embarrassing disappointed / disappointing brilliant / terrific / superb terrible / dreadful hilarious ridiculous terrified/scared/frightened tragic recommend/ recommendation Grammar: passive voice, past simple Useful language p. 67 Tapescript of ex. 66/3

3 Vocabulary: excited / exciting worried / worrying upset / upsetting annoyed / annoying surprised /astonished / surprising embarrassed / embarrassing disappointed / disappointing brilliant / terrific / superb terrible / dreadful hilarious ridiculous terrified/scared/frightened tragic recommend/ recommendation Grammar: passive voice, past simple Useful language p. 67 Tapescript M6/5 p. 166

4 Vocabulary: It is (not) important to ….. It is (not) usual to ……. It is (not) acceptable to ……… People tend to ……. People tend not to ………. It is normal to ….. A lot of people ….. It is quite difficult for young people to…… It is polite to…. Dress up / smart casual clothes Book st. in advance Tip the waiter Go out on a date Shake hands / kiss each other on both cheeks Greet / address people Grammar: making generalisations Useful language p. 77

5 Vocabulary: I cannot (couldn't) live without my….. It is made of … (material) It is ……. (shape, characteristics) It has …… (buttons….) It is used for …. I need it for …. It is really important to me because ….. Grammar: defining relative clauses, quantifiers Useful language p. 87, ex. 86/2

6 Vocabulary: will definitely will almost probably is / are likely to could / may well may / might / might not isn't / aren't likely to probably won't almost certainly won't definitely won't ___________________________ get better / get worse Increase / decrease become more../ become less.. go up / go down rise / fall Improve / deteriorate Grammar: making predictions p. 94 Useful language p. 95 You can talk about e.g.: health care, english, roads, unemployment economic situation, cost of housing educational system, political situation, nature, environment, and many other issues.

7 Vocabulary: definitely probably / almost probably almost certainly If I (past tense) …….., I would ……… (!!! make at least 3 sentences using this structure within the presentation!!!) Grammar: hypothetical possibilities with IF (second conditional)

8 TELL A STRORY (M10) ( THAT HAPPENED TO YOU OR SOMEONE YOU KNOW / INVENT A GHOST (CRIMINAL, FUNNY) STORY OF YOUR OWN / TELL THE STORY FROM THE BOOK, FILM YOU KNOW ) Vocabulary  complicated / simple  unrealistic / realistic / real  happy ending  unfortunately  fortunately  surprisingly  gradually  immediately  suddenly  obviously  eventually Grammar: past perfect, reported speech Useful language p. 109


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