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Intermediate 11

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Transcript of Intermediate 11

Memory
Vocabulary
Listening
Do you remember everything you learn?
What are some recent news stories you remember?
Language Focus
Speaking
Getting Ready to Read
Reading
Writing
Introvert / Extrovert
Communication
Unit 7
Unit 8
Unit 9
Vocabulary
Listening
Who are the happiest people?
Why?
main point
details
details
main point
details
details
main point
details
Language Focus
Speaking
Getting Ready to Read
Reading
Writing
TASK: Write a letter to a friend another country inviting her/her to visit you. Suggest the best time to visit and explain why. Mention activities you might do together in our town or city and other places you could visit. Encourage your friend to take some classes in the native language of your country before the visit.
Communication
What things can people do to be happy?
Vocabulary
Listening
Language Focus
Speaking
Getting Ready to Read
Reading
Writing
Writing
Communication
Are first impressions important?
What is
it?
http://youtu.be/zXERHsuIyUQ
Do you have a good memory?
What was the topic?
Passive
She drives the car.
She drove the car.
She is driving the car.
She was driving the car.
She has driven the car
She had driven the car.
The car is driven (by her).
The car was driven.
The car is being driven.
The car was being driven.
The car has been driven.
The car had been driven.
Active
Passive
Subject

be

past participle
(by object)
Subject
verb

object
When you had lunch, was you lunch cooked?
When you went to bed last night, were the lights turned off? By whom?
Subject

get

past participle
(by object)
http://youtu.be/LODkVkpaVQA
http://youtu.be/TSPfuu-XeEc
Write a short essay comparing the personalities of you and your partner using your notes. Try to use some of the words in the box for and contrast.
Include:
an introduction
a paragraph about your similarities
a paragraph about your differences
a conclusion
Making a comparison
Showing contrast
both
so do I
so am I
similarly
just like I do
just like I am
however
whereas
in contrast
on the other hand
a family member
Brain teaser
http://youtu.be/yQWbqeYsqp8
http://youtu.be/N9qYF9DZPdw
http://youtu.be/yQWbqeYsqp8
http://youtu.be/2wyL1NtMVPo
http://youtu.be/x0DTIKeJvQw
love
hate

relationship
http://youtu.be/luZGmaEhxAs
http://youtu.be/Ou8hdqyCRBE
http://youtu.be/Q_9csfXxCRA
Phrasal Verbs
http://youtu.be/2WNrx2jq184
What do you mean?
http://youtu.be/EzErh_s62Wk
http://youtu.be/8emJD-rR9Cs
Fashion
Are you concerned about appearances?
Subject and object relative clauses
Subject
relative clauses give extra information about the
subject.

Object
relative clauses give extra information about the
object.
which
that
who
whom
that
I want the one that has everything!
What does that mean?
What are some ways to clarify yourself?
This is going to break the bank!
Is looking good important?
http://youtu.be/_VXVjLlbl_w
Make over
Would you get one?
¶1 What has caused people to be concerned about their body image? Give examples.
¶2What are the positive effects of this?
¶3What are the negative effects of this?
¶4Give your opinion. Are the overall effects good or bad?
is caused by
is due to
As a consequence,
because
one of the results of
can result in
as a result of
can cause
http://youtu.be/j-4I3W_GZy4
http://youtu.be/MgO1LYAqMmI
intransitive
transitive
inseparable
separable
verb

particle
verb

particle
object
verb
object
particle
verb

particle
verb
object pronoun
particle
object
Subject

verb

object


Subject
be
past participle

(by object)
Math is easy!
Physics is fun!
English is a piece of cake!
Do you know any auction sites?
youtu.be/PuudWztVX9o
youtu.be/9ogQ0uge06o
What are the bare necessities?
...the minimum for survival?
5
verb

particle
object pronoun
Defining
Non-defining
Necessary information
for identification
Extra information
(not necessary for identification)
No commas
Commas
Look at the man
who is stealing a wallet!
Bill
,
who is an accountant
,
hates his job.
I need to
move

on
with my life.
The comedian
won

over

the crowd
.
He
won

them

over
with his charm.
I
ran

into

him
on my way to the store.
Phrasal verbs
http://youtu.be/Dr1K_5B6Z0k.
What things can affect your mood?
In your opinion, what is the worst day of the year?
Personal letters
Writing personal letters is an important writing skill in English. It is often found as a task in international English exams.
When you write letters to your friends, what kind of language do you use?
Agent
The
agent
is the person or thing doing the action.
The
receiver
is the person or thing receiving the action.
In the
active voice
the
agent
is the subject.
In the
passive voice
, the
receiver
is the subject.
Bobby kicked the ball.
The ball was kicked
Agent
Receiver
Subject or Object of the clause?
I saw the man
who
stole the car.
He stole the car
that
was blue.
It was the one
which
belonged to the old lady.
Yes, she is the one
whom
it belonged to.
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