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INTERMEDIATE NINE

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* WHAT KINDS OF MOVIES ARE YOUR FAVORITE? WHY?

* WHAT DO YOU FIND APPEALING ABOUT THEM?
*
What's the
best
movie
you've ever seen?
Action films
Adventure films
Animated movies
Biopic films
Cartoons
Comedies
Documentaries
Drama movies
Horror films
Romance/ Love Stories
Musicals
Romantic comedies
Science-Fiction films
Thrillers
Western movies
*
Is there a
bad
one
you really hated?
Something you enjoy but feel guilty for doing it.
Something that causes a lot of anxiety.
Good for you and for everyone.
A very successful movie.
A story that makes people cry or feel sad.
To tell or reveal a secret unintentionally.
Agree on doing something.
A low budgeted movie.
Something that takes your attention away.
Disadvantage, obstacle.
To film in the very place.
What is common, popular, known and shared by most people.

INTERMEDIATE NINE
What's an
indie
film?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Independent_film

SUCH and SO
We use
such
and
so
to show
emphasis
in a sentence.
How do we use
SUCH
?
How do we use
sO
?
* They were
such

cute

cats

that
I loved them as I saw them.
* She was
such

a

hateful

girlfriend

that
we had to break up for good.
Such + ( a/an adjective) + noun (+ that clause)
so + adjective (+ that clause)
* The TV show was
so

boring

that
everybody fell asleep.
* My cellphone is
so

old

that
no one likes it.
so + adverb (+ that clause)
* Cindy runs
so

slowly

that
she was the last one to finish the marathon.
* Brad and I dance
so

well

that
we always win Tango contests.
so + determiner + noun (+ that clause)
* There are
so

many

people
there
that
it's impossible to escape to go to the bathroom.
* I have
so

little

money

that
I'm planning to rob a bank.
SPEAKING
*Watch this show!
(Groups of four)
* You are going to create a
new reality TV show
. Be creative, don't copy.
* Create a
two-minute
sales pitch or
TV commercial
for your show and present it to the class.
* Explain what kind of reality show it is (e.g. talent contest, docu-drama, makeover special, dating competition, etc)
* Use at least
three adjectives
to describe your show and grammar structures with
SO
and
SUCH
.
* What places in the world would you most like to visit?
(Think of five or six places)
* What place or places in the world
wouldn't
you like to visit?
Macchu Picchu is a dazzling destination in Perú.
What other
dazzling
destinations
can we find in our
country
?
* dazzling= brilliant, blinding, radiant
1- All the visible features of an area of countryside or land. (noun)
2- Addictive, or relating to hypnosis. (adjective)
3- Stressed, unable to rest or relax as a result of anxiety or boredom. (adjective)
4- Noisy, rowdy. (adjective)
5- Enjoy greatly. (verb)
6- From personal experience; direct (adjective)
7- Include, catch. (verb)
8- Environment, surroundings of a place. (noun)
9- A person or thing that is well known by the public. (noun)
10- In relation, comparison, or proportion to something else. (Adverb)
11- Assured. (adjective)
PAST MODALS
ACIONS THAT WERE NOT DONE IN THE PAST EVEN THOUGH YOU WERE WILLING.
SUGGESTIONS ABOUT SOMETHING THAT WAS POSSIBLE, BUT DIDNT HAPPEN
DISBELIEF AT AN UNEXPECTED
SITUATION
WOULD HAVE
* We
would've
taken a taxi, but we couldn't find one.
SPECULATIONS AND CONCLUSIONS IN THE PAST
COULD HAVE
* You
could've
called earlier. You knew my number.
SHOULD HAVE
* You
should've
called earlier! I have been worried sick about you!
* You
couldn't have
paid $ 1,000 for that plane ticket. That's too much money!
COULDN'T HAVE
MUST HAVE
* He
must've
gotten a bad grade on the exam. He was crying in class.
COULD/ MIGHT/ MAY HAVE
* Two students were absent yesterday. They
might've
been sick or they
may have
gone to a party instead.
(polite suggestion)
(strong suggestion or judgement)
(you are not sure about your guess)
(You are sure about your guess)
* What are some reasons why people travel?
* Think of a trip you have taken. Why did you go?
*Are there any
bad reasons
to travel? If so, what are they?
What do you know about Nigeria?
SPEAKING
* Complete the following
seven
wishes and
three
hopes with your own ideas. Then
explain
each one of them to you partner.
I wish I hadn't...
I wish I had...
I wish I weren't...
I wish I could...
I wish I knew...
I wish I didn't...
I wish I were...
I wish my teacher...
I hope my family...
I hope the world...
I wish I knew how to repair computers because whenever my laptop stops working, I always spend a lot of money paying the technician...
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