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Usiamo TOO MUCH verbo dopo un verbo. There is TOO MUCH sugar in this coffee. C’è troppo zucchero in questo caffè. Usiamo TOO MANY numerabili. con i nomi.

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1 Usiamo TOO MUCH verbo dopo un verbo. There is TOO MUCH sugar in this coffee. C’è troppo zucchero in questo caffè. Usiamo TOO MANY numerabili. con i nomi numerabili. There areTOO MANY cars in the street. Ci sono troppe macchine per strada. aggettivi Davanti agli aggettivi invece, usiamo solo TOO This mobile is TOO expensive. Questo cellulare è troppo caro Usiamo TOO MUCH non numerabili. con i nomi non numerabili. I think Helen smokesTOO MUCH. Penso che Helen fumi troppo.

2 Usiamo ABBASTANZA ENOUGH non numerabili sia con i nomi non numerabili numerabili sia con i nomi numerabili. ENOUGH si pronuncia INAF e vuol dire…. There aren’tENOUGHeggs to make the cake. Non ci sono abbastanza uova per fare la torta. Have you got ENOUGHmoney for the ticket? Hai abbastanza soldi per il biglietto? He isn’t tall Non è abbastanza alto da toccare il soffitto. ENOUGH to touch the ceiling. ENOUGH + NOME AGGETTIVO + ENOUGH

3 AS or LIKE? I work LIKE my father. What a beautiful beach! It’s LIKE Sardinia. I wish I had a car LIKE yours. =COME I work AS a teacher. Rome is nice AS a place to visit, but I wouldn’t live there. I received this watch AS a birthday present. simile a, uguale a in qualità di, nei panni di, nel ruolo di LIKE AS + NOME o PRONOME

4 AS or LIKE? =COME simile a, uguale a in qualità di, nei panni di, nel ruolo di LIKESUCH AS + NOME o PRONOME Certi sport, COME la boxe, possono essere pericolosi. Some sports, LIKE boxing, can be dangerous. per esempio =

5 AS or LIKE? =COME + FRASE Non ho toccato niente. Ho lasciato tutto COM’era. Avresti dovuto farlo COME ti ho detto io. You should have done it AS I told you. I didn’t touch anything. I left everything AS it was. AS

6 SOME PRACTICE That large cat looks ………………… a cheetah. The new penguin area is very big – it’s …………………………………… an Olympic swimming pool. Mary regards her cat ………………………….. a member of her family. She could photograph the animals just ……………………………… a professional. He went to the fancy dress party dressed ………………………….. a gorilla. Working with animals is OK …………………………….. a temporary job but I wouldn’t do it permanently. She dances ………………… she sings: really badly! This meat is awful! It tastes …………………………… cat food. I love wild animals, …………………………………… sharks, bears and leopards. AS LIKE AS LIKE AS LIKE

7 AS si usa anche….. nel comparativo di uguaglianza This train isn’t AS fast AS the Eurostar. AS non vuol dire solo COME. AS I was walking down Via Matteotti, I met Carlo Conti. AS I was very tired, I went to bed as soon as I got home. =MENTRE WHILE WHEN =POICHÉ SINCE

8 SPEAKING – PART 3 In this part of the test the examiner will give candidates a topic to discuss. Collaborative task Candidates are given a discussion question, together with five written prompts to help candidates by providing ideas for their discussion.

9 SPEAKING – PART 3Collaborative task Candidates can choose which prompts to discuss and are not expected to discuss all five prompts in the time available but should continue their discussion until asked to stop by the examiner. 2 minutes Then, the examiner will ask candidates a second question to encourage them to summarise their discussion and to reach a negotiated decision. However, candidates are not penalised if they do not reach a negotiated decision. They are assessed on their ability to hold a conversation, to turn-take appropriately, and to use the language of negotiation and collaboration while doing this. 1 minute

10 SPEAKING – PART 3Useful phrases Ice-breakers OK, where shall we start? What about ? What do you think? Asking for your partner’s opinion Expressing your opinion For me In my opinion......I think I’d prefer to I’d rather

11 SPEAKING – PART 3Useful phrases Agreeing I agree with you. I’m sorry but I don’t agree with you. That’s what I think too. Disagreeing I don’t think that’s a good idea. Well, it is true that , but Of course, but..... I think you’re right.

12 SPEAKING – PART 3Useful phrases Hesitating Well, er, I’m not sure... Could you repeat that, please? Well, let me see... Asking for repetition So, let’s come to a decision. What I’m trying to say is What I mean is that Making things clear Concluding Right, what we’ve decided is that


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