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Unit 20 The Real Thing? TSIM Kam Wan
2 Task 1 – Speaking (p86-Q4) In your group, you need to decide which country and products are associated with the brands listed. BrandsCountryProducts Peugeot Mercedes Heinz Volvo Braun Benetton Chanel Swatch Fiat Kellogg’s Gillette Bata Philips Apple American Express
3 Task 1 – Speaking (p86-Q4) In your group, you need to decide which country and products are associated with the brands listed. BrandsCountryProducts Peugeot Mercedes Heinz Volvo Braun Benetton Chanel Swatch Fiat Kellogg’s Gillette Bata Philips Apple American Express France Germany USA Sweden Germany Italy France Switzerland Italy USA Czechoslovakia Holland USA Motor vehicles Food Motor vehicles Household products Fashion Cosmetics Household products Motor vehicles Food Personal care Fashion High tech products Credit and retail
4 Task 2 - Grammar Report Speech Direct SpeechReported Speech Mr. Watson said, “I get a letter from a customer in Singapore.” He said that he got a letter from a customer in Singapore.
5 Report Speech -Rules 1.Reporting verb: said / added / complained / explained / objected / pointed out / protested / shouted / told / whispered / thanked / apologised / warned / offered / insisted / promised / suggested / argued / suggested / admitted 2.Tense: simple present simple past 3.Pronouns: I/you he/she We/youthey ourtheir ourstheirs 4.Time words: Today (that day) This afternoon (that afternoon) Tomorrow (the following day) Yesterday (the day before) 5.Quotation marks
6 Task 2 - Report Speech Direct Speech 1.“We work for Coca Cola” 2.“I am a marketing director and my wife is a sale manager.” 3.“We don’t make any money, but we love our jobs.” 4.“Your purchase today are important to us.” 5.“We want to thank you for your support this afternoon.” Reported Speech 1.He said (that) they worked for Coca Cola. 2.He said (that) he was a marketing director and his wife was a sale manager. 3.He said (that) they didn’t make any money but they loved their jobs. 4.He said (that) our purchase that day were important to them. 5.He said (that) they wanted to thank us for our support that afternoon.
7 Task 2 - Report Speech Change the following into reported speech or direct speech Direct speechReported Speech 1. “We work hard.” they said.1. They said that they worked hard. 2. “You give us our hope again,” she said to the manager They said that they didn’t know how to thank them. 4. “You have a new advertising manager today,” she said He said that their adverts were on-air from nine o’clock to eleven thirty for one minute per half hour that morning.
8 Task 2 - Report Speech Change the following into reported speech or direct speech Direct speechReported Speech 1. “We work hard.” they said.1. They said that they worked hard. 2. “You give us our hope again,” she said to the manager. 2. She said that he gave them their hope again 3. “We don’t know how to thank you,” they said to the doctors. 3. They said that they didn’t know how to thank them. 4. “You have a new advertising manager today,” she said. 4. She said that I/we had a new advertising manager that day. 5. “Our adverts are on-air from nine o’clock to eleven thirty for one minute per half hour this morning,” he said. 5. He said that their adverts were on-air from nine o’clock to eleven thirty for one minute per half hour that morning.
9 Task 3 – Reported Speech (Homework) Rewrite the passage on page 87 by changing the direct speech to reported speech.
10 Task 3 – Reported Speech (Homework) Last week a woman went into town to do some shopping. A man was standing outside the supermarket handing out small cups of a new soft drink. He said it would be the best thing she’d ever tasted. She tried it. She said it tasted horrible. He said that he didn’t like it much either. She laughed and went into the supermarket. At the cheese counter the woman couldn’t decide whether to buy Cheddar or Brie. She asked the shop assistant which cheese she liked best. The assistant said she thought she should buy some Brie. She said she had had some the week before and it had been delicious. Next the woman went to get some juice. She wanted orange and they only had pineapple left. She asked another assistant where she would find the orange juice. But the assistant replied that they had just sold out. She said they would be getting some more the following day but that she had better come early as they were selling out quickly in this hot weather. She suggested that she tried some of the refreshing new soft drink they were advertising outside the store.
11 Task 4 - Reading and Speaking Read the articles “I’d like to teach the world to sell” and write 5 questions with answer,
12 Task 5 – Reading – p88 – Q1 Write the questions which match these sentences. 1.The idea behind the advertising is that we really are part of some global village. 2.Corporations such as Coca Cola and BA want to be seen as worldly altruistic giants. 3.Coca Cola’s advertising agencies have been able to promote the drink with message so simple that they can be posted around the world. 4.Simplicity is the key; they are easy to understand, easy to translate.
13 Task 5 – Reading – p88 – Q1 Write the questions which match these sentences. 1.The idea behind the advertising is that we really are part of some global village. What’s the idea behind global advertising? 2.Corporations such as Coca Cola and BA want to be seen as worldly altruistic giants. How do corporations such as Coca Cola and BA want to be seen? 3.Coca Cola’s advertising agencies have been able to promote the drink with message so simple that they can be posted around the world. How have Coca Cola’s agencies been able to promote the drink? 4.Simplicity is the key; they are easy to understand, easy to translate. What is the key to effective advertising?
14 Reporting Verb admit to admit doing something to admit that... –"OK, it was me. I ate your chocolate" Elvira admitted eating the chocolate. Elvira admitted that she had eaten the chocolate. apologise to apologise (to someone) for doing something –"I'm sorry I didn't get to the meeting. He apologised for not going to the meeting. complain to complain about something –"The electrician said he was coming at ten o'clock so I took time off work and waited in all morning...." She complained about the electrician.
15 Reporting Verb explain to explain why... to explain that... –"Sorry I'm late. The traffic was bad and then I couldn't find a parking space." He explained why he was late. He explained that the traffic was bad. offer to offer to do something for someone –"Those bags must be heavy, John. Shall I take one?“ She offered to carry a bag for him. promise to promise to do something –"Yes, honest, I'll be there on time. I won't be late.“ He promised not to be late.
16 Reporting Verb suggest to suggest that someone should do something to suggest that someone do something –"Why don't you go to the dentist if your tooth hurts?" She suggested that he should go to the dentist. She suggested that he went to the dentist. warn to warn someone about something to warn someone (not) to do something –"Don't drive too quickly. The streets are very icy." He warned him about the ice. He warned him not to drive too quickly
17 verb + object + infinitive verb + infinitive verb + (that)verb + gerund verb + object + preposition + gerund verb + preposition + gerund advise encourage invite remind warn agree decide offer promise refuse threaten admit agree decide deny explain insist promise recommend suggest deny recommend suggest accuse blame congratulate apologize insist Examples: Jack encouraged me to look for a new job. They invited all their friends to attend the presentation Examples: She offered to give him a lift to work. My brother refused to take no for an answer Examples: Tom admitted (that) he had tried to leave early. She agreed (that) we needed to reconsider our plans. Examples: He denied having anything to do with her. Ken suggested studying early in the morning. Examples: They accused the boys of cheating on the exam. She blamed her husband for missing the train. Examples: He apologized for being late. She insisted on doing the washing up. Reporting Verbs
18 Websites for reporting verbs Reporting verbs –http://www.valenciaenglish.netfirms.com/reportingprin t.htm Unit 13 DESCRIPTIVE GRAMMAR, REPORTED SPEECH –http://www.sulinet.hu/tovabbtan/felveteli/2001/13het/an gol/unit13.html m learnit/learnitv309.shtml
19 I'd Like To Teach the World To Sing (In Perfect Harmony) I'd like to build the world a home And furnish it with love Grow apple trees and honey bees and snow-white turtle doves I'd like to teach the world to sing In perfect harmony I'd like to hold it in my arms and keep it company I'd like to see the world for once All standing hand in hand And hear them echo through the hills "Ah, peace throughout the land" (That's the song I hear) I'd like to teach the world to sing (that the world sings today) In perfect harmony
20 Vocabulary Raving –raving –adjective [before noun], adverb INFORMAL complete or extreme, or completely or extremely: He must be a raving idiot/lunatic. Her last book was a raving best-seller/success. She's no raving beauty. I think you're (stark) raving mad to agree to do all that extra work without being paid for it.
21 Vocabulary Miraculous –miracle –noun [C] an unusual and mysterious event that is thought to have been caused by a god, or any very surprising and unexpected event: [+ (that)] Looking at the state of his car, it's a miracle (that) he wasn't killed! I can't promise a miracle cure, but I think we can improve things. miraculous –adjective very effective or surprising or difficult to believe: The diet promised miraculous weight-loss. Well, you've made a miraculous recovery since last night! miraculously –adverb
22 Vocabulary Colossal –colossus –noun [C] plural colossuses or colossi 1 a person or thing of great size, influence or ability: She has been described as the creative colossus of the literary world. 2 a very large statue or building: the Colossus of Rhodes colossal –adjective extremely large: In the centre of the hall stood a colossal wooden statue, decorated in ivory and gold. They were asking a colossal amount of money for the house.