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Transcript of Intermediate 6
Do you know someone who is a slacker?
What does he or she do?
What prefixes do you know?
What do they mean?
What is the opposite of ....?
What is an internship?
What modals do you remember?
How do you disagree with your...?
a police officer
the combi driver
A modal verb (also modal, modal auxiliary verb, modal auxiliary) is a type of auxiliary verb that is used to indicate modality – that is, likelihood, ability, permission, and obligation.
Outside the box
What other words are usually plural?
What does "run into" mean?
What happened to Ciro?
What do you think happened?
What do you know about Tibet?
What are the five senses?
What is the sixth sense?
What is a workplace?
a place where you work
How is work and school similar?
verb + particle
Try to understand the meaning from the context
the words before and after
What was stated before and after
What is your favorite way to goof off?
What is the right job for you?
International Tour Guide: Tour leaders needed for our small-group luxury tours to Hawaii, South America, and East Asia. Excellent salary and benefits, plus unlimited free travel.
Contact Melinda Lee, Starline Travel, 16 Bayfield Drive, Mayfield, NY 22267
Personal shopper: Gracy's Department Store is looking for people with a great sense of style to help our customers plan their wardrobes. Competitive salary plus employee discounts on all our clothes.
Contact Personnel Dept., P.O. Box 401, San Francisco CA 61240
Which publications do you know that print letter to the editors?
Do you read them? Why or why not?
Have you ever written one?
What was the topic?
Write a letter to the editor
for your opinion
to back it up.
motto: a sentence that expresses your basic beliefs