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Intermediate 4 - Honestly Speaking

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photo credit Nasa / Goddard Space Flight Center / Reto Stöckli
Unit 11 - Honestly Speaking
Your boyfriend/girlfriend has prepared you dinner at his/her house.
He/She spend all day making it and really wants to know your opinion. You try it and it tastes terrible!! What would you say?

Do you agree or disagree with # __?
I with # __, because ___________.
Truths and lies
A: Cindy was fired.
Have you ever had a problem at a restaurant or store?
What did you do?
Where are Mr. and Mrs. Ward?
WHITE LIES
Is it ever OK to lie?
If yes, under what circumstances?
strongly agree
agree
disagree
strongly disagree
I
strongly agree
with #2. I think it's better to assume the consequences rather than get in more trouble.
Write
3
sentences about you.
Two should be true and one should be a lie.
Remember not to make your sentences too obviously true or false.
I have 3 dogs.
I am 25 years old.
I've lived in the U.S for 10 years.

What information should be included in a resume?
Make a list.

Do you think some people lie in their resumes?
What information might they invent or change?

In a resume, you should include ____________.
What do you think of Cindy's punishment?
Should she have been fired?
Why or why not?
I think Cindy _________, because _______.
B: She was fired? Why?

A: Because she lied on her resume.
B: I can't believe it
A: Cindy got into trouble
B: She got into trouble? How?
A: She dented her parents car.
B: You're kidding!
SHOWING SURPRISE
Intonation
I once had a problem when ___________, I _______.
What are they celebrating?
What's the problem?
They are at ____________.
They are celebrating _______.
The problem is that ________.
What would you say to the waiter?
How would you complain?


Write an ending to the conversation and practice it with a partner.
Insisting if necessary
Your friend, who is a student in the U.S. often doesn't leave a big enough tip in restaurants.
Your coworker wastes a lot of time playing games on his/her computer.
Your friend, who doesn't like to study often copies another friend's homework.
STUDENT A
: Your are one of the friends or coworkers in the situations above.
STUDENT B
: Warn student A about his or her actions.
If you don't __________, ____ going to __________.
If you don't study, you are going to fail the test.
I don't think you should ___________
I don't think you should drive when you drink. It's dangerous.
You have to ____________
You have to be more responsible in your job.
A: Well, the food was delicious.
B: I know, this is a good restaurant.
A: (Looks at the tip) Hey, are you going to leave just that?
B: Yeah, I don't have any more.
A:
I don't think you should
leave such small tip
B: Why? I think one sol is enough.
A: The waiter was really nice.
If you don't
leave a bigger tip, he is
going to
be upset.
B: I don't think so.
A:
You have to
leave a bit more money, so when you come next time, he will be glad to serve you.
B: Yeah, you're right. (leaves more tip)
A: That's better. Let's go.
I don't have a house on the beach.
I am not rich
I don't have free time on the weekend.
WISHES
WHAT WOULD YOU DO IF YOUR WISHES CAME TRUE?
PRESENT UNREAL CONDITIONALS
If I _______________, I would ______________.
If I
had a house on the beach,
I would
go there every summer.
had
If I
were rich,
I would
travel all over Europe.
If I
had free time on the weekend,
I would
go out with my friends.
What would you do if......?
you inherited a million dollars?
you could be an animal?
you were in an earthquake right now?
you spoke three languages fluently?
you didn't have to work?
you ran your own company?
If I _______, I would _______.
I would
definitely
_________. (extra information)

I would
probably
__________. (extra information)

I would
definitely not
__________. (extra information)
TRUST
Who do you trust?
(friends, parents, siblings, classmates, police officers, etc)
I trust _______, because ___________.
I trust my mother, because we talk to each other about everything.
counting on
trustworthy
truthful
keep my word
have confidence in
trust
NEW WORDS
A baby
counts on
his mother to feed him.
Work in pairs:
How many words do you know?

* (verb) To depend on something or someone.
A
trustworthy
friend will never tell your secrets to other people.
*(adjective) deserving of trust
Pinocchio's nose grew when he was not
truthful.
*(adjective) honest
I you promise something you have to
keep your word.
*(idiom) To do what you promise to do.
He studied hard. I
have confidence
he will pass his exam.
*(verb) To be certain or sure of something.
I
trust
my best friend. I can tell her all my secrets.
*To have confidence in someone To believe
Have you ever been
stranded
or
lost
somewhere?
What happened?
Philippe and Sophie trusted a stranger.
Would you have done the same thing?
Have you ever helped a stranger?
REPORTED SPEECH
I work in an office
What did she say? (report)
She said
that
she
worked
in an office.
REMEMBER:
When you report a sentence the verb changes
to the
past.
I can't solve the problem!
What did she say?
She said that she
couldn't
solve the problem.
I don't like vegetables
What did he say?
He said (that) he
didn't like
vegetables
We will travel tomorrow
What did they say?
They said that they
would
travel tomorrow.
I am cleaning the house
What did she say?
She said that she
was cleaning
the house.
LET'S PRACTICE
1. I keep my word
2. We are doing our homework
3. I can call you today at 11:00
4. I don't know how to dance.
5. I will finish my project this weekend.
6. I don't like sushi
7. I am a truthful person.
8. He can speak 4 languages fluently. (They said)
9. She is saving money for a car. (Her father said)
10. I have confidence that she will get a good grade.
THE TELEPHONE GAME
The objective of the activity is to report the sentence that the first person said.
C to D
: She said that he liked to travel every summer
A to B
: I like to travel every summer.
B to C
: He said that he liked to travel every summer.
FINAL RESPONSE:

He said
he liked to travel every summer.
WRITING
A boy / girl wants to go out with you. You don't like this person so you want to refuse his/her invitation without hurting his/her feelings.
What excuse would you make?
Write about a time you lied to make an excuse or to avoid hurting someone's feelings.
Use reported speech to tell some parts of your story. "I said that ________"

When was it?
What was the situation?
Why did you lie?
What did you say?
How did you feel?
Did the person ever find out the truth?
This is the story of __________ and ________.
They are from ________. They were traveling by _______ in the mountains. When they started to fall asleep, ______________________________.
The _________ went to get help. They were in a ________ location. They didn't have _______ and the weather was ________. After _____ hours, __________ appeared in the dark. A man appeared, at first he looked ___________ but then he showed a nice smile. He asked the couple to get in to the car with him.
Before leaving he put a ________ on the windshield of the car.
They drove to a nearby village where they met a kind family. The family gave them food . Later that evening, the driver called to say he ________ the car.
Philippe
fixed
note
unfriendly
another car
2
cold
food
remote
driver
the car's engine stopped working
car
France
Sophie
YOUR BEST FRIEND HAS BOUGHT A NEW DRESS AND PAID $1500 FOR IT. SHE LOVES IT AND SHE'S ASKING YOU FOR YOUR OPINION. WHAT WOULD YOU SAY?
PUNISH:

TELL A LIE:

SAY THE TRUTH

EXCEPTIONS:

AGAINST THE LAW:

HURT SOMEONE'S FEELINGS:

OBVIOUS:

DEPENDS ON THE CIRCUMSTANCES:

HALF TRUTH:

NOT WORTH DOING:
to say that something will have bad consequences.
to make someone suffer for his bad behavior.
a truth where you omit some facts or details in order to deceive someone.
depends on the situation
evident
make a person feel bad.
illegal
exclusions
to be honest
to make a false statement.
My sister is only 17 years old. She finished high school and she always argues with my parents. She wants to get a job and stop studying.
What can I tell her?
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