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2 Part Five ENTER BTLEW Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer

3 Extension I.Oral Work Oral Work II.Quiz Quiz III.Writing Writing Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

4 I. Oral Work List 1.Group discussionGroup discussion 2.DebatingDebating Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

5 I. Oral Work Which lifestyle do you prefer, Lottie’s or Bess’s? A wise man once said that happiness is somewhere between too much and too little. Do you agree? Compare your lifestyle with that of your parents. Can you find something touching in your comparison? Brainstorm in groups. The End of group discussion. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

6 I. Oral Work Topics for debating: 1.Money is the root of all evils. 2.Happy is he who owes nothing. 3.Wealth makes worship. Related proverbs Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

7 I. Oral Work Money makes the mare go. All things are obedient to money. Before gold, even kings take off their hats. Money is the key that opens all doors. Beauty is potent, but money is more potent. To be continued on the next page. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

8 I. Oral Work To be continued on the next page. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer Avarice increases with wealth. The money the miser hoards will do him no good. What is wealth good for, if it brings melancholy? Gold will not buy anything. The chief aim of man is not to get money. Those who believe money can do everything are frequently prepared to do everything for money. BTLEW

9 I. Oral Work To be continued on the next page. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer Little wealth, little care. A moneyless man goes fast through the market. Poverty is not a crime. Poverty is not a sufficient cause for disgrace, but poverty without resolution to help oneself, is a disgrace. Poverty is the mother of health. Poor and content is rich and rich enough. Poverty parteth fellowship. BTLEW

10 I. Oral Work The End of Oral Work. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer Poverty makes a man mean. Nothing to be got without pains but poverty. Do not through fear of poverty surrender liberty. Poverty and love are hard to hide. Poverty breeds strife. The poor man wants much, the miser everything. The dainties of the great are the tears of the poor. Poverty on an old man's back is a heavy burden. A light purse makes a heavy heart. Poor without debt is better than a prince. BTLEW

11 II. Quiz List 1.Quiz 1Quiz 1 2.Quiz 2Quiz 2 Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

12 II. Quiz 1 1.The republication of the poet’s most recent works will certainly ________ his national reputation. a. magnify b. strengthen c. enlarge d. enhance 2.On weekends my grandma usually ___ a glass of wine. a. subscribes to b. engages in c. hangs on d. indulges in d You’ll be given ten seconds to do the quiz. To be continued on the next page. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

13 3.The coming of the railways in the 1830s __ our society and economic life. a. transformed b. transported c. transferred d. transmitted 4. The police set a ___ to catch the thieves. a. plan b. device c. trap d. trick a c To be continued on the next page. II. Quiz 1 You’ll be given ten seconds to do the quiz. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

14 5.He was punished _____ he should make the same mistake again. a. unlessb. provided c. ifd. lest 6.One of the attractive features of the course was the way the practical work had been ______ with the theoretical aspects of the subject. a. embeddedb. embraced c. integratedd. synthesized d c To be continued on the next page. II. Quiz 1 You’ll be given ten seconds to do the quiz. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

15 7.Encouraged by their culture to voice their opinions freely, the Canadians are not afraid to go against the group _____, and will argue their viewpoints enthusiastically, though rarely aggressively. a. consent b. conscience c. consensusd. consciousness 8. In spite of the _____, it seemed that many of the invited guests would still show up. a. deviationb. distinction c. comparison d. controversy c d To be continued on the next page. II. Quiz 1 You’ll be given ten seconds to do the quiz. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

16 9. These continual _____ in temperature make it impossible to decide what to wear. a. transitions b. transformations c. exchangesd. fluctuations 10. We find it impossible to _____ with the latest safety regulations. a. accordb. unify c. complyd. obey d c II. Quiz 1 The End of Quiz 1. You’ll be given ten seconds to do the quiz. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

17 II. Quiz 2 1. His character seems to have undergone a complete __________ since his marriage. (transform) 2. The giant panda is a / an ________ species. (danger) 3. The old man has socialist ________. (lean) transformation endangered leanings Fill out the blanks with the proper form of words given. To be continued on the next page. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

18 II. Quiz 2 4. Constant ________ brought about his ruin. (indulge) 5. The blow caused him to lose __________. (conscious) 6. The owner of the firm feared the manager’s vigorous ___________. (expand) indulgence consciousness expansionism To be continued on the next page. Fill out the blanks with the proper form of words given. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

19 II. Quiz 2 7. The government pays more attention to the ________ of the working conditions of those workers. (better) 8. This is ________: I’ve been kept waiting for three hours. (tolerate) 9. I hope that what I say will ________ the situation. (clear) betterment intolerable clarify Fill out the blanks with the proper form of words given. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer To be continued on the next page. BTLEW

20 II. Quiz 2 10. He liked to ________ that he had won a gold medal. (fantastic) 11. It’s ________ how he has managed to climb that far. (marvel) 12. He disliked the sickly __________ of that romantic novel. (sentimental) fantasize marvelous sentimentality Fill out the blanks with the proper form of words given. The End of Quiz. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

21 III. Writing Money 1. Everyone needs money. It is very useful. 2. There are certain things that money cannot buy. 3. Money should be made good use of. The End of writing. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

22 Part Five This is the end of Lesson ten. Lesson 10 – The Richer, the Poorer BTLEW

23 To be continued on the next page. BTLEW


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