Presentation on theme: "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."— Presentation transcript:
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
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
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
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.
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)
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