VOCABULARY KEY WORDS in Unit 4 (page 56) Make sure you understand these terms! Previous knowledge activity...!!
Listen to the pronunciation at http://dictionary.cambridge.org argue to speak angrily to someone, telling them that you disagree with them The children are always arguing. (be) desperate very serious or bad: desperate poverty, a desperate shortage of food/supplies The situation is desperate - we have no food, very little water and no medical supplies. very great or extreme The earthquake survivors are in desperate need of help. Be opposed to to disagree with a principle or plan She's opposed to religious education in schools.
Listen to the pronunciation at http://dictionary.cambridge.org claim to say that something is true or is a fact, although you cannot prove it and other people might not believe it [+ (that)] The company claims (that) it is not responsible for the pollution in the river. [+ to infinitive] He claims to have met the President, but I don't believe him. comply with to act according to an order, set of rules or request He's been ordered to have the dog destroyed because it's dangerous, but he refuses to comply. to ~ with an order; to ~ with the law; confinement when a person or animal is kept somewhere, usually by force She spent most of those years under house arrest or close confinement.
Listen to the pronunciation at http://dictionary.cambridge.org conform to to obey a rule or reach the necessary stated standard, or to do things in a traditional way Members must conform to a strict dress code. (be in accordance with) Counterattack an attack intended to stop or oppose an attack by an enemy or competitor The Republicans have launched a strong counterattack against the Democrats' manifesto. defend to protect someone or something against attack or criticism They are fighting to defend their beliefs/interests/rights. He vigorously defended his point of view.
Listen to the pronunciation at http://dictionary.cambridge.org deprived of not having the things that are necessary for a pleasant life, such as enough money, food or good living conditions She had a deprived childhood He comes from a deprived background. a deprived area dignity calm, serious and controlled behaviour that makes people respect you He longs for a society in which the dignity of all people is recognized. I think everyone should be able to die with dignity. the opinion that you have of your own importance and value How could you wear something so indecent? Have you no dignity? In hospital, she felt stripped of all her dignity. get into trouble to have problems The teenager got into serious trouble when he left school and started trafficking with drugs.
Listen to the pronunciation at http://dictionary.cambridge.org get involved in to be included in something, to take part in or feel part of it (= play a part in sth) She got involved in different projects. I wish I had never got involved in this stupid situation. Get locked up lock somebody up to put someone in a prison or a hospital Murderers should be locked up in prison for life. Have a right to You have a right to comment on the exams with your teachers.
Listen to the pronunciation at http://dictionary.cambridge.org ideology imitate imprisoned isolated not near to other places an isolated farm/village happening or existing only once, separate There were only a few isolated cases of violent behaviour. feeling unhappy because of not seeing or talking to other people Working at home was making her feel increasingly isolated. Person who has been put in prison Mandela was imprisoned for many years
Listen to the pronunciation at http://dictionary.cambridge.org Object to to feel or express opposition to or dislike of something or someone Would anyone object if we started the meeting now? He objects to the label ‘bad student' which he is often given. ostracise (-ed) penalty a punishment, or the usual punishment, for doing something that is against a law The law carries a penalty of up to three years in prison. The death penalty in many countries hasn’t been abolished. to avoid someone intentionally or to prevent them from taking part in the activities of a group My colleagues ostracized me after I criticized the company in public.
protest when someone is punished Many people think that the death penalty is too severe a punishment for any crime. run a risk self-respect respect for yourself which shows that you value yourself What you did took away your dignity and self-respect. giving your opinions in a powerful way so that other people will notice de caràcter fort, dominant punishment react rebel resist self-assertive
to agree with and give encouragement to someone or something because you want them to succeed My father supported the Labour Party all his life. Which team do you support, RM or FCB? = sopesar, considerar, ponderar els avantatges i els contres de … an advantage or a reason for doing something One of the big pros of living in Madrid is the night life. pro = advantage con = contra support weigh up the prons and cons of something
Correction of previous knowledge activity 123456789101112 gejaebkhildc
Sum-up activity: Workbook: Activitiy 1 a, b, c on page 32 Page 172 on student’s book: LEXICON with the translation into French
Correction of activity: Workbook: Activitiy 1 on page 32 1.deprived 2.punishment 3.rebel 4.support 5.argue 6.ostracized 7.confinement 8.object 9.resist Verbal formnoun Deprive Punish Rebel Support Argue Ostracized Confine Object Resist Deprivation Punishment Rebel Support Argument Ostracism Confinement Objection Resistance