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Transcript of B05
New Friends, New Faces
Meeting new people
What does he look like?
What does ______ mean?
How do you say _______?
How do you pronounce this word?
May I be excused for a minute?
,so here's some classroom language...
"A L P"
You will work in pairs to create a conversation that
integrates some of the vocabulary, grammar, and speaking strategies of 3 of the units covered in the course. Your presentation should include visual aids.
First of all,
What Do We Need?
At the supermarke
Let's go shopping!
a bargain is something at a low price
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Poor delivery and difficult to follow
Mostly clear and logical
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Some grammar and vocabulary problems,
but message mostly understandable.
Effective and creative presentation
Very good use of visual aids
Carefully prepared presntation
Logically structured presentation
Let's get started
1. Do you like talking about your feelings in English?
2. Do you feel nervous talking about...?
5. Does speaking with a classmate...?
The dog eats the apples.
The river is big.
The Amazon river is long.
Follow this sign to
B: I met _________. He / She is a/an
(occupation)... What about you?
Who did you meet?
A: Who did you meet?
A: Who has a part time job?
B: (Name does)
My classmate is in his thirties.
He's tall-he's about 1.90 meters . He has short,
straight, black hair. I think he has dark eyes.
He's clean-shaven and he doesn't wear glasses.
What are you doing?
Body language and gestures
I feel happy when I listen to music
Basic One : How are you?
Basic Two : How are you doing?
Basic Five : How's it going?
Why don't you + (base form of verb)?
To ask how someone is
To make suggestions
You are in a beautiful place.
What are the people doing?
What do you see? Write four or five sentences.
Sections in the Supermarket
At the supermarket
plastic or paper bags
Going to the grocery store - Learn English via listening
Hot English lesson: Supermarket Shakeup
I love tools. My favorite places to shop are hardware stores like Ace or Sodimac. They sell a lot of different power tools and hand tools. Besides, they also have many other things for the house like plants, doors, paint and shelves. The prices in these stores are affordable , but the service isn't very good.
The man is average weight
The oven is clean
The apple is sweet
A: What's he/she doing?
B: He's/She's (action happening now)
Maybe he/she is (verb+ing)
I am teaching Basic 5. I'm not teaching Basic 6.
You are paying attention. You're not playing.
Gaston is sleeping. He's not cooking.
Natalia is shouting. She's not sleeping.
The dog is barking. It's not eating.
We are studying. We're not listening to music.
They are... They're not .....
A: When do you feel ______?
B: I feel _____ when I ____.
A: What greeting do you use when...?
B: When I (start with the verb)
Ask your partner about a member
of his/her family. Ask them how
they are and what they are doing.
A: What does he/she look like?
B: He/She is (adj)/prep.phrase
in her twenties
A: What does he/she look like?
B: He/She has (adj + noun)
A: What do you think of number__?
Is it a good or bad habit?
B: I think that it's a ... because...
place of residence:
What's your name?
Do you speak (language)?
Where are you from?
Where do you live now?
What do you do for fun?
How old are you?
What's your e-mail address?
What do you do?
To compare "B"
Create the appropriate questions. Use the questions from the vocabulary section
to help you.
Use the simple present for habits or
routines. For example,
* I come to Icpna by bus.
* He has bread and juice for breakfast.
* She doesn't take taxis alone.
Also, use the simple present for facts. For example,
* The sun sets in the west.
* He has a brother and a sister.
* I have two children
A: What does (name) look like?
B: He/She is (adj/prep.phrase)
He/She has (adj + noun)
if I want to talk about
habits, routines or facts,
then I use the "simple
If I want to ask about physical appearance then I use the questions "What does she look like? / What do you look like?
If I want to describe physical appearance I use the verbs "be" or "have"
The "average" of 3 and 5 is 4 because
3 + 5 = 8 and 8 / 2 = 4
Now, write a physical description
of a member of your family.
A: What's this? / What are these?
B:That's a/an ____ / They're ____
A: Do you ever eat ___/___?
B: Yes, I always eat ___ /___ for .
No, I never eat _____. I don't
like it / them.
Complete the sentences. Use subject or object pronouns.
1) Who is that woman? Why are you looking at ___________?
2) "Do you know that man?" "Yes, I work with ___________.
3) Where are the tickets? I can't find ___________.
4) I can't find my keys. Where are ____________.
5) We're going out. You can come with _________.
6) Mary likes music. __________ plays the piano.
7) I don't like dogs. I'm afraid of _________.
8) I'm talking to you. Please listen to ________.
9) Where is Anne? I want to talk to_______.
Shopping and buying defined
Shopping is when a person goes to a store, shopping center,
or mall to get information. The price and quality of various products are compared in a relentless search for value. Do
you know someone who can spend a lot of time in stores, but rarely purchases anything?
Buying is when a person goes to a store, shopping center, or mall with the intention of spending money, whether he has a specific item in mind or not. Have you ever known someone who cannot leave a store without buying something?
A: _____ I'm making a shopping list for our barbecue.
We have chicken. What else do we need?
B: Let's see... we need some potatoes.
A: Ok, got it.
B: We also need lettuce and tomatoes for the salad.
A: And what about drinks? Do we need any?
B: Let's see...We have soda.
A: Ok. I'll buy some juice then. See you!
A: _____ I'm making a ________ list for our ______.
We ____ chicken. What ____ do we need?
B: Let's ___... we need ____ potatoes.
A: Ok, ___ it.
B: We ____ need lettuce ___ tomatoes ___ the _____.
A: And ____ about drinks? __ we need any?
B: ____ see...We have ____.
A: Ok. I'll ___ some juice ____. See ___!
A: _____ I'm ______ a ______ list ___ our ________.
We _____ chicken. What ____ do we ____?
B: Let's ___... we ____ some _______.
A: __, got __.
B: __ also ____ let___ ___ toma____ for ___ ___ad.
A: And ____ about _____? Do __ need ___?
B: ____ see...We ____ ____.
A: Ok. I'll ___ some _____ then. ___ you!
A: What do you have for (
from the chart
B: For (
from the chart
), I have (
What about you? What do you have
Pronunciation of "the"
Look at the title and at the pictures
and think what you know about the
person or topic. For example,
Does (name) have (adj+noun)?
Is (name) (adj / prep.phrase)?
A: What makes you feel (______)?
B: I feel (adj) when I (action).
I am teaching Basic 5.
You are paying attention.
Gaston is sleeping.
Natalia is shouting.
The dog is barking.
We are studying.
Am I teaching Basic 5?
Are you paying attention?
Is Gaston sleeping?
Is Natalia shouting?
Is the dog barking?
Are we studying?
Yes, you are.
Yes, we are.
Yes, he is. / No, he isn't.
Yes, she is.
Yes, it is. / No it isn't.
Yes, we are.
Yes, they are / No they aren't.
A: Where do people (greeting)?
B: People (greeting) in (place).
Write sentences with:
"I like... / I don't like... / Do you like...?
1) I don't like tomatoes.
2) Eric is a very nice man.
3) This jacket isn't very nice.
4) This is my new car.
5) Mrs. Clark is not very friendly.
6) These are my new shoes
Do you like them?
Extra listening activity with
loaf of bread
a carton of milk
a bunch of carrots
Use " " in questions and
in negative answers.
Use " " in affirmative
Use quantifiers or
measure words to
express approximate amounts
Which quantifiers are
used with count and
Which measure words
are used only with
count / non-count
Guessing the answers by looking
at the pictures.
My name is...
What do you do?
Asking about occupation
How do you find someone who has a part-time job?
Do you have a part-time job?
height = stature
A: Who is a university student?
B: (Name is)
What's the question for physical description?
A: Is (name) (adj) or (adj)?
B: She's (adj).
B: Because (reason)
You are a team of Public Relations Representatives that is promoting tourism in a particular country.
Using visual aides, convince the audience that your your country is worth going to.
Talk about the different types of weather and the
activities for tourists.
Work in pairs to create a conversation that
integrates some of the grammar, vocabulary,
and speaking strategies covered in the course.
Include visuals in your presentation.
A: We think we need some... because
it's/they're necessary to (action).
B: We also decided to take some..because...
C: We decided to take some...,too because...
To report things you're taking
Where is she from?
What does she do?
What does she do for fun?
1. What's his name?
2. Does he ...?
3. Where ...?
4. Where does ...?
5. Where ...?
6. What ...?
To compare letter "C"
A: Who's your best friend?
B: My best friend is ...
A: Tell me about
B: Well, he/she is from ...He/She
speaks ... He/She ...
7. What does he do for fun? / What are his interests?
T: Read and tell me what the instructions are.
S: In part ______, the instructions say
to ______ and to ______ .
Are your answers correct?
I think that she's ...
Maybe, she's a ... and maybe
M: Hi. My name is Mariana. I'm in apartment 201
D: Hi, Mariana. I'm Danny. I'm in 302. It's nice to meet you.
M: Nice to meet you, too.
D: So, are you a student, Mariana?
M: Yeah, I study music at NYU.
D: That's interesting.
M: What do you do Danny?
D: I'm a student at Hunter College. I also work in an art gallery.
M: Hi. My name is Mariana. I'm in ___________ 201
D: Hi, ________. I'm Danny. I'm in ____. It's nice to meet you.
M: Nice to ____ you, too.
D: ___, ___ you a student, Mariana?
M: Yeah, I _____ music at NYU.
D: ______ interesting.
M: What do you ____ Danny?
D: I'm a ______ at Hunter College. I _____ work in an art gallery.
M: Hi. My ______ is _______. I'm in ___________ 201
D: Hi, ________. I'm _____. I'm in ____. It's nice to ____ you.
M: ____ to ____ you, too.
D: ___, ___ you a _______, Mariana?
M: Yeah, I _____ music at ____.
D: ______ interesting.
M: _____ do you ____ Danny?
D: I'm a ______ at Hunter _____. I _____ work in __ art ____.
Are they meeting
for the first time?
How do you know?
A: For (
), I have (
). And for
); what do you have for
A: What is one thing in the chart that isn't in
the picture above?
there isn't any ________.
there aren't any _________
A: Which foods in your chart do you like?
B: I like ...
A: Are there any items you don't like to eat or drink?
B: Yes, I don't like...
To compare A
A: What's this?
B: That's (type of store)
A: And what does (type of store) sell?
B: It sells (matching item)