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Teens 5

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Transcript of Teens 5

1. Jack broke my favorite vase.





2.My favorite vase was broken
Money,money, money!
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Who enjoys going shopping?
What do you like to buy?
What is your favorite store?
Who do you like going shopping with?
Is there anything you don't like a bout shopping?

On Sale
Cash or credit card?
What does cash mean?
What is a credit card?
What is a check?
All under one roof
What does it mean?
Not good enough
Shop till you drop!
What do you think this means?
1
What clothes can you think of?
Which are formal?
Which are informal?
Describe your partner's clothes
What's the opposite?
Long
Short
Suzy is wearing a long floral dress.
2
Read the sentences carefully
Be careful. Only one answer is correct, the others may be mentioned, but are not the correct answer. Listen carefully!
3
Look at the sentences. Where do you think the dialogue is taking place?
Why?
Look at the picture in the text. What is the person doing?
4
Skim the text. Read quickly to get the general idea. What is the text about?
Work in pairs to fill in the missing sentences.
Which phrase means "Can I see it?"
5
What are different ways you can pay for goods in stores?
How do you pay for the clothes you buy in the stores? Why?
Do all stores accept all forms of payment?
Comic strip
What should be included?
logical order
speech bubbles
Pictures
Look at the floor directory. In which department can you buy a ring? Which floor is it on?

Where could you find a tennis racket?
Where can I buy coffee? A T.V.? A sofa?
You can buy
a ring
in the
jewelry
department on the
mezzanine
.
Ask your partner questions about items in all of the departments.
You could find
a tennis racket
on the
third floor
in the
Sports
department.
1
2
What do the signs mean?
3
expensive
rectangular
annoying
useful
beautiful
plastic

Is this cell phone made of leather?
Is it made of plastic?
Is it annoying?
Why or why not?
4
5
What is it made of?
It's made of ___.
What shape is it?
It's ___.
a modern, beautiful house
a plastic, round, big ball
a Chinese, silk, green dress
Is the order correct?
What is the correct order of the adjectives?
What do you spend your money on?
What do your parents spend money on?
2
Which verbs are followed by a preposition?
get earn
cost
spend
pay
Most verbs are connected to actions of people. Which verb isn't?
Who broke the vase in sentence one?
Who broke the vase in sentence two?
Active
Passive
How are the sentences different?
subject verb object
Jack
broke

my favorite vase
My favorite vase


was broken
(by Jack).
Subject be+ past participle agent
Active
Passive
FUTURE
PRESENT PERFECT
SIMPLE PAST
PRESENT
PASSIVE
ACTIVE
will do
has/have done
did
do
will be done
has/have done
was/were done
is/are done
John was arrested.
My car was stolen.
Which uses of the passive do you see?
Read the theory box and compare.
Thrift shop; A store that sells people's donated used items for charity
Postcards
Designer clothes
Stationary
sneakers
second-hand/
used items
Where do people go for the weekend?
Wrong
vs.
Doesn't say
example:
"I went to the beach"
1. I went to Mancora.
2. I went to the mountains.
Which is
wrong
and which
doesn't say
?
Passive form
be
+
past participle
+
(verb)-ed
[regular verbs]
examples:
The classes
were

canceled
.
Many toys
are

made
in China.
Machu Picchu
had been

built
by the Inkans before it
was

visited
by tourists.
am, is, are, was, were, be, being, have/has/had been,
Active form
The school supervisor
canceled
the classes.
China
makes
many toys.
Inkans hand
built
Machu Picchu before tourists
visited
it.
subject

verb

object
Jack
broke

my favorite vase
My favorite vase


was broken
(by Jack).
Subject

be+ past participle

agent
Active
Passive
FUTURE
PRESENT PERFECT
SIMPLE PAST
PRESENT
PASSIVE
ACTIVE
will do
has/have done
did
do
will be done
has/have done
was/were done
is/are done
4
5
What is the subject?
How can we write these headlines as complete sentences?
What tense are the verbs in?
What are some large shopping centers in Peru?
What problems might a camera have?
A watch? A pair of glasses?
1
2
Have you ever complained about a product? What was wrong with it?
Who has a computer at home? Who sends e-mail?
exciting
wise
organized
important
ful
6
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