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INVESTICE DO ROZVOJE VZDĚLÁVÁNÍ Podpora rozvoje cizích jazyků pro Evropu 21. stol. Tento projekt je spolufinancován Evropským sociálním fondem a státním rozpočtem České republiky.
New Inside Out Intermediate Unit 1 - Friends
Listen to the opening song of Friends by Rembrandt 1/ Listen and cross out the words that do not belong there. 2/ Match the words in bold with their meaning and translate them into Czech
Do you know their names? 1/ Lisa Kudrow 2/ Jennifer Aniston 3/ Courtney Cox 4/ Matt LeBlanc 5/ Matthew Perry 6/ David Schwimmer Rachel Phoebe Chandler Joey Ross Monica Do you know some gossip about these actors? WB p.8
The one when no one is ready ► Ross is eager to have everyone ready in time for his speech at the museum. But all his friends have other priorities then getting dressed. Ross praised Phoebe Joey childishly stole Chandler's armchair Chandler tried to get his revenge Phoebe got distressed and Rachel tried to help her Monica freaked out when she heard a message on the answering machine Then she got upset when she made a call Rachel was still not ready to go Why did Ross praise Phoebe? How did Joey steal Chandler´s chair? How did Chandler try to get his revenge? Why did Phoebe get distressed? How did rachel help her? Why did Monica freak out? Why did she get upset? Why was Rachel not ready to go?
Tense revision 1/ The Present Simple is used : ►To talk about regular activities, routine, habits ►To talk about facts StatementNegativeQuestions Short answer. I play football. I don't play football. Do you play football?Yes, I do. He reads a lot. He doesn't read a lot. Does he read a lot? No, he doesn't.
Present simple with the verb BE StatementNegativeQuestion Short answer They are at school. They are not at school. Are they at school? Yes, they are. She is very nice. She is not very nice. Is she very nice? No, she isn´t.
2/ Simple continuous To talk about continuous activities : 1) at the time of speaking : - I am reading your now. 2) around now, in a more general sense: - I am learning English this year To talk about planned future arrangements : - I am meeting my friends tonight.
3/ Present perfect ► used to expresses something which has been done in the past but is now completed ► it is called a present tense because it is saying that now, in the present, something is complete StatementNegativeQuestions Short answer I have seen it. I have not seen it. Have you seen it?Yes, I have. She has been there. She hasn't been there. Has she been there? No, she hasn´t.
4/ Present perfect continuous used to refer to an action started in the past and which still continues. - I have been coking since I got home. - He has been studying Spanish since our last holiday in Costa Brava. + have + been + verb ending in -ING has They have been shopping for the last three hours.
Speaking Think of a famous person. Take on their identity. Students will ask you questions to guess who you are. You are allowed to answer only YES or NO.
Questions with preposition When a question word is the object of a preposition, the preposition comes at the end of the clause. At what were you looking? What were you looking at? Who did you come with? Where did you buy it from? Do ex.7 / p.5 in your WB
Subject questions Who send you the letter? who = kdo Somebody talked to her. Who is talking to her? who = kdo Object questions Who did you send the letter to? who = komu She is talking to somebody. Who is she talking to? who = s kým Subject and object questions Compare:
Technology: MOBILE PHONES Advantages -Always availableAlways available Disadvantages -Easy to be foundEasy to be found Speaking time 1/ How many phone calls do you make a day and how many messages do you send? 2/ Do you have any troubles with your mobile? 3/ What phone company do you use? Why? 4/ Do you have a contract or do you pay as you go? 5/ What other functions do mobiles offer? What is a mobile called in the USA? Cell phone
Adverbs vs. adverbs phrases Adverbs: - always, often, frequently, usually, normally, generally, sometimes, occasionally, rarely, not often, hardly ever, never Adverbs phrases: -Two times a week -Every day -Once a year -From time to time -Now and then -Once in a blue moon -Etc. ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY
Usage: position in the sentence Adverbs of frequency 1/ before the main verb She never helps me. He hardly ever comes on time. 2/ After the verb be!!! They are always late! I am normally up at 7 o’clock. 3/ After the first auxiliary They have never been to London. He has always been thinking of you.
Adverb phrases Usual position is at the beginning of the sentence or at the end: 1.I go running from time to time. They go on holiday twice a year. 2. From time to time we go to the restaurant.
Practice: p ut the adverb in brackets in its correct position 1)My family goes skiing. (every two years) 2)He listens to the radio. (often) 3)They read a book. (sometimes) 4)I go to see my parents. (once in a blue moon) 5)Pete gets angry. (never) 6)Tom is very friendly. (usually) 7)She meet him. (now and again) 8)They watch TV in the afternoon. (never) 9)Ramon and Frank are hungry. (often) 10) My grandmother goes for a walk in the evening. (always) 11) I go running. (three times a week) 12) She is helping in a day centre. (occasionally)
INVESTICE DO ROZVOJE VZDĚLÁVÁNÍ Tento projekt je spolufinancován Evropským sociálním fondem a státním rozpočtem České republiky. Tato výuková prezentace byla pořízena z finančních prostředků hrazených Evropským sociálním fondem a rozpočtem České republiky.