Presentation on theme: "Unit 15 Off the beaten track Definitions: to leave some one or something for a long intending to go back and get them. Abandon to make someone decide."— Presentation transcript:
Definitions: to leave some one or something for a long intending to go back and get them. Abandon to make someone decide to do something by explaining why it is a good idea Persuade a place where a group of people live Settlement far away from places that people usually visit Off the beaten track of the people who live in a particular place Inhabitant
Language notes: History - historian – historical – historic We study history at school Historians record what happened in history We have a lot of historical places in Egypt The meeting between the two leaders to put an end to the war is historic
Language notes: Site – sight – the sights – view – scene The site we chose to build the villa is wonderful He may lose his sight by sitting for a long time in front of the computer A man hitting his wife is a very strange sight of us Tourists like visiting our famous sights The view from our bedroom window is amazing The director ordered the actor to repeat the scene again
Language notes: Spring – spring –( spring, sprang, sprung) The weather is usually fine in spring There are hot springs in many parts of Egypt I sprang as soon as I saw the horrible crash "be" located = "be" situated = lie = stand in Egypt is located \ lies in Africa
Language notes: Recommend … to I recommend this novel to you. It's fantastic. I recommend Dr. Salah to you. He's a brilliant. Advice … to + inf. I advise you to read this book. It's wonderful
Language notes: Settlement Have you reached a settlement about the inheritance? After our settlement in Cairo, we no longer think about moving away There are many settlements in Dakhla Oasis
Grammar : We only use the passive when we are interested in the object or when we do not know who caused the action. Use Ahmed's mobile phone was last night. (we don't know who stole it) stolen The thieves were arrested yesterday. (Only police officers can arrest people) Ex. : Object + verb to be + P.P Form:
Grammar The office is cleaned twice a week present simple The office was cleaned last week past simple The office is being cleaned now present continuous The office was being cleaned when the boss arrived past continuous The office hasn't been cleaned yet present perfect The office had been cleaned by two o'clock past perfect The office will be cleaned tomorrow future with will
Exercises: 1) Choose the correct answer from a, b, c, or d : 1 - It was a............. event when Egypt won the African Football Championship. a) history b) historian c) historically d) historic 2 - Tourist from all the corners of the world come to see................ a) views b) sights c) scenes d) sight
3 - It's believed the Temple of Edfu was............... in the year 237 B.C. a) started b) starts c) starting d) start 4 - Our car................... at the moment. a) was repaired b) will be repaired c) is being repaired d) has been repaired
2 - Find the mistake in each of the following sentences : 1 - India is lied in the south west of Asia. (........... ) 2 - Today windmills are using to make electricity. (............ )
Answers : 1) 1 - historic. (d) 2 - sights (b) 3 - started (a) 4 - is being repaired (c) 2) 1 - is "located" in. 2 - are "used" to.
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