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Transcript of Dreams -I2W1D2
* 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:
Talk to your classmates.
Find someone in the class who:
-Dreams every night
-Believes that dreams have meaning
-Remember their dreams in the morning
TAKE A NAP
STAY UP ALL NIGHT
-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””
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."
It's used for time and location in a general / bigger context:
Let's meet in April
I live in London
Pair up, and discuss your answers with your classmates.
Who would you like to dream of?
Have you heard of "wet dreams"?
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