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Dreams -I2W1D2

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Transcript of Dreams -I2W1D2

DREAMS
* To talk about your dreams.
* Use new vocabulary to describe dreams.
* Share your own experiences with the class.

By the end of this lesson you will be able to:
WARM UP
VOCABULARY
Talk to your classmates.
Find someone in the class who:
-Never dreams
-Dreams every night
-Believes that dreams have meaning
-Remember their dreams in the morning
NIGHTMARES
SNORING
TAKE A NAP
STAY UP ALL NIGHT
IDIOMS
-In your dreams:
no way; impossible; it's not going to happen.
Example: “You want to marry Brad Pitt? In your dreams!”
-Dream come true:
a wish that has become true.
Example: “My new job is a dream come true: the work is interesting and it’s close to my house””
SLEEP-WALK
How many of these words do you know? Choose a word and define it
Talk about these idioms and share your own examples with your classmates
Mini Expo TIME!
What's the strangest or most beautiful dream you've ever had?
Example: "Once I dreamed that I was at my house and my dog could talk! He told me a very funny joke. I laughed so hard, and I suddenly woke up."
GRAMMAR REVIEW
Preposition IN
IN
It's used for time and location in a general / bigger context:
Let's meet in April

I live in London
WRAP UP
Pair up, and discuss your answers with your classmates.
Who would you like to dream of?

Have you heard of "wet dreams"?

Pronunciation Practice
Watch Session #
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