Presentation on theme: "FAMILY LIFE. Dear readers of "Family Life"! I'm writing to ask you for advice on a private but very important matter. My daughter is completing her school."— Presentation transcript:
Dear readers of "Family Life"! I'm writing to ask you for advice on a private but very important matter. My daughter is completing her school education and naturally the whole family are involved in the discussion about her future career. Yesterday my daughter said that she had made her choice and she would be a tube train driver. It sounds so weird to me! Traditionally only boys could be train drivers, and I can’t imagine my delicate girl doing a job like that! What arguments should I use to talk her out of it? Or should I accept her choice and not intervene in her life? Grateful for any comments from you. Yours, Sophie Chester Read Sophie's letter to the local magazine and give her some advice. Explain your reasons.
Dear Sophie, Changing times, changing styles; Remember that; Allow ; Children can …by themselves; Don’t put pressure upon … “FAMILY LIFE”
1) Vlad Topalov (to be) a bully in his childhood. 2) To bring- up his mother (want, he, (to) join) ‘Neposedy’. 3) She (not to want, he, (to) be) a pop star but she (to want, Vlad, (to) be) able communicate. 4) Thanks to musical skills Vlad (to get on) well with all children, (take part) in different festivals, (to win) prizes. 5) Some yeas ago he (to be) famous as a soloist of ‘Smash’ duet. Put the verbs and pronouns in the appropriate forms
1) Peter Nalich dreamt of being a palentologist [pælien’tolegist] in his ______. 1) child 2) ______ he was interested 2) late in music. 3) His parents were _____. 3)architecture 4) They wanted Peter ____ 4)became an architect too. 5)But the boy prefered _____. 5)sing 6)His mother ______. 6)to disappoint 7)Peter’s _____ and 7) persistent, hardworking forced_____ she to accept his choice. 8) Peter Nalich became a ____ 8)to participate of Eurovision song contest in Norway in 2010. Use the words in the appropriate form.