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Module 1 Globalization
Words, words, Words Emigration Imports Multinational Cultural diversity A brand A business Your standard of living Immigration Exports Multi-ethnic A clash of cultures Goods A corporation Your way of life
Question Discussion Do you think the changes described are mainly positive or negative? Do they make you more or less interested in visiting Beijing? Are any of these change happening in your city/country. Have they had a good or bad effect on your city/country?
Simple Continuous Form Write as many sentences as you can about this picture in 2 minutes….
2 things with Simple Use it only…. A: An activity that is happening right now. – You are listening. You might be sleeping. B: The event began in the past.. Is in progress now.. Will probably continue into the future.. – I am teaching at Corvinus. You are studying.
Past Progressive/Continuous … was +ing verb Started in the past and was in progress at a particular time in the past and continued till a certain time. Ex. Tom was sleeping when I arrived.
Future Progressive The action will begin before, in progress at a particular time and will continue.. Tom will be sleeping when we arrive.
Perfect Progressive Tenses The present progressive tenses give the idea that one event is in progress immediately before, up to, until another time or event. The tenses are used to express the duration of the first event.
Present Perfect Progressive Ex: Tom has been studying for two hours. Event in Progress: When? – Before now, up to now How Long? – For two hours
Past Perfect Progressive Tom had been studying for two hours before his friend came. Event in progress: studying When? – Before another event in the past. How long? – For two hours.
Future Perfect Progressive Tom will have been studying for two hours by the time his friend arrives. Event in progress: studying When? – Before another event in the future How long? – For two hours.
Practice What are you doing right now? How long have you been (doing that)? What were you doing last night at nine o’clock? What time did you stop (doing that)? Why did you stop (doing that)? How long had you been (doing that) before you stopped? What are you going to be doing at nine o’clock tomorrow night? What time are you going to stop (doing that)? Why? How long will you have been (doing that) before you stop?
Action Plan 1. Areas where I feel confident Areas where I need to improve 2. Six targets for this year (Be realistic) In class 1..Speak more in group work; answer more questions in class 2…. 3….
Action Plan Cont. Outside Class – Do my homework.. Esp writing exercisies! – Buy a monolingual dictionary.. (dictionary.com) – ________________???
Word Spot WORLD-domain where we live in--expanded EARTH-surface of planet, the globe--limited GROUND-solid surface of the earth, basis of argument FLOOR-walking surface
EARTH SHATTERINGWHAT ON EARTH IS SHE WEARINGOCEAN FLOOR IT COSTS THE EARTHFLOOR BOARDS DANCE ALL THE TIMETHINK THE WORLD OF IN THE WORLDSOMEONEGROUNDED OFF THE GROUND OUT OF THIS WORLD ON THE GROUND WORLD WIDETOP OF THE WORLD EARTH GROUND FLOOR WORLD
American Story Indian Story Australian Story Where the event is happening WashingtonBanks of River Ganges (in N state of Uttar Pradesh) New South Wales Main Event Described Anti-globalization protest at annual general meeting of the World Bank and IMF Religious festival of Maha Kumbh Mela A downpour of rain which put out bushfires Key Numbers/Statistics -10,000 people protested -Several hundred arrested in 3 days -4 finance ministers were prevented from attending -70 million Hindus -30 square miles tent city can bathe in Ganges on 6 selected days- bathing wipes away sin of 7 lifetimes -45 mm of rain fell in 8 hours – 740,000 acres destroyed – 5,000 people evacuated
Gerunds Used as the object of a preposition – We talked about going to Canada for our vacation. – Sue is in charge of organizing the meeting. TO is a preposition, not part of an infinitive – I’m used to sleeping with the window open. – I look forward to going home next month. – They object to changing their plans at this late date.
Gerunds These verbs ALWAYS take gerunds Verb +Gerund Enjoyquitavoidconsider Appreciatefinishpostponediscuss Mindstopdelaymention keepsuggest
Practice Enjoy + watch TVDelay +leave on vacation Mind +open the windowKeep +work Quit +eat dessertskeep on +work Give up+eat dessertsconsider + get a job Stop+raintalk about + go to a movie Postpone + do my worksuggest +go on a picnic
Common Verbs followed by infinitives Some verbs are followed immediately by an infinitive – He promised to be here by ten. Some verbs are followed by a (pro)noun and then an infinitive – Mr. Lee told me to be here at ten o’clock. – The police ordered the driver to stop.
Ask, expect, would like, want, and need may or may not be followed by a (pro)noun object. – I expect to pass the test. – I expect Mary to pass the test.
Verb + infinitive Hope toseem to Plan toappear to Intend topretend to Decide toask to Promise toexpect to Agree to would like to Offer towant to Refuse toneed to
Verb + (pro)noun +infinitive Tell someone to Advise someone to Encourage someone to Remind someone to Invite someone to Permit someone to Allow someone to Warn someone to Require someone to Order someone to Force someone to Ask someone to Expect someone to Would like someone to
Verb +Infinitive or Gerund with No difference in Meaning Begincan’t stand Startcan’t bear Continue Like Love Prefer hate