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Transcript of Intermediate 4
Who do you trust?
So, what are the two thing you like to do
when you're broke?
Why is that?
What is it that you like about _______?
I like to hang out with my friends and go window shopping.
What does that mean?
When do you apologize? Why?
What do you usually say?
How do you respond?
Imagine that you have done something for which you need to apologize.
*Damaging another person's property.
*Causing someone to be embarrassed.
Role play a situation about the incident using useful expressions.
SMALL ACCIDENT OR MISTAKE
I'm sorry. It was an accident.
Sorry. My mistake.
I can't believe I did that.
SERIOUS ACCIDENT OR MISTAKE.
I'm really sorry that I forgot to...
I'm so sorry about damaging...
I want to apologize for what happened.
ACCEPTING AN APOLOGY.
Don't worry about it.
Oh, that's OK.
No problem. It happens.
I wish I
He wishes he
I wish it
speak fluent French.
not play tomorrow.
a small car.
I wish I
I wish I
speak fluent french.
I wish they
I wish I
a big car.
Hypothetical - imaginary situation
Are white lies good or bad?
Is a white lie still classified as a lie?
Is it okay to tell white lies?
Does telling a white lie make you a bad person?
When is a white lie acceptable?
If you tell a white lie, you say something that isn't true in order to be polite or so as not to hurt someone's feelings.
1. "My grandfather is going to cook dinner for us."
2. "I loved him very much."
3."Marta is learning Vietnamese."
4."I've been to Greece."
5."I'll talk to the general about this."
6."Tell me your name."
7."I run a successful design studio."
8."I am a good dancer."
9."I am writing an email to my girlfriend."
Five ways to use 'like'
I like coffee
Like = enjoy
What is he like?
To be + like = describe
This Coke tastes like Pepsi
Like = the same as
I'd like a hamburger please
Would like = want
What does he look like?
Look like = appearance
become a legend
keep an eye on (someone/something)
3. A: ___?
B: Yes please.
4. A: What ___ tomorrow?
B: I think it's going to be rainy and cold unfortunately.
He delivers the letters.
The letters are delivered.
Imagine you've won a huge amount of money.
What would you do first?
Who would you tell?
Would you prefer to receive money in one payment or over a period of years?
What would you do with the money?
Tell your partner about three wishes you have
for someone./ about three wishes for the world.
/about three wishes for you.
You have become a millionaire!
Imagine your house and your daily routine.
Write a story of how you struck it rich.
If I win money, I will buy you a car.
If I won the lottery, I would buy you a car.
What would you do if.........
you inherited a million dollars?
you could be any animal?
you were in an earthquake right now?
you spoke four languages?
you didn't have to study?
you ran your own company?
Who do you trust?
What kind of things do you usually share with this person or people?
Direct speech: "Where do you live?"
Reported speech: She asked me where I lived.
Direct speech: "Do you like chocolate?"
Reported speech: She asked me if I liked chocolate.
Direct speech: "Close the window, please"
Reported speech: She asked me to close the window.
Direct speech: "Sit down!"
Reported speech: She told me to sit down.
Write about a time someone lied to you.
Write two paragraphs about that situation.
Use reported speech wherever is possible.
IS IT OK TO LIE?
If so, under what circumstances?
What are some images on Peruvian money?
Why are they being used?
6. teg yb
7. thosr no hacs
Summarizing means explaining
the main ideas and supporting
details in your own words.
Where are the happiest people the world?
Giving strong advice.
If you don´t.......... (S) BE+ going to + verb.............
I don´t think you should.........................................
You have to.................................................................
(Insist if it is necessary)
1. They have weird routines
2. They are ALWAYS positive
3. They believe in themselves
4. They accept criticism
5. They visualize success
6. They are humble and philanthropic
7. They follow their heart
Saving and Spending
Look at the photo and describe what you can see.
Where are the people?
What are they doing?
1. What is the definition of honesty?
2. What do we mean when we say a person is honest?
3. Why is honesty important?
4. Why is honesty so difficult at times?
5. Are there people that you do not trust?
6. How can you tell when people are being dishonest with you?
7. How can people tell if you have been dishonest with them?
8. What kind of problems does dishonesty cause?
9. What are some common situations when people are sometimes dishonest?
* How many lies do you think you have told this last week?
* Who did you tell the lies to?
* Why did you tell the lies?
* How do you feel now about the lies you had told ?
A Streetcar Named Desire is a 1951 American drama film, adapted from Tennessee Williams's Pulitzer Prize-winning 1947 play of the same name.
Watch the video.
Can you say what this video tries to predict?
Why would that happen?
Which countries will be the most affected?
What are some countries that are currently affected by rising sea level?
What actions are they taking to control their land loss?
What would you do if you saw a lot of money on the street?
What are some important things we need in our lives?
One basic need is water.
Everyone needs water to survive.
What is the problem in each conversation?
Is he tall?
Is he a baller?
Does he have a good-looking girl?
Does he have a rabbit and impala?