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B04
so here's some classroom language:
What does ________ mean?
How do you say ________ ?
How do you pronounce this word?
May I be excused for a minute?


e-resources
e-workbook
e-exams
e-readings
e videos

I Think that the clothes we wear depend on the occasion. For formal events, I put on formal clothes, and for informal occasions, I wear casual clothes. For example, when I go to a
(formal event),
I wear

(write the clothes you wear).

But when I go to

(an informal event)
,
I wear

(write the clothes you

wear).

Right now, I'm studying, so I'm wearing

(write the clothes you are wearing).
Things
to remember
1st. Day
Final
Exams
ALP
ALP
Housing
Reading
Quiz
ALP
You will work in
pairs to create a job interview
conversation based
on your resume
using vocabulary
from Unit 12
"very" intensifies
very beautiful, very small,
very colorful, very intelligent
"too" indicates that
something is excessive.
You can
use it with an infinitive.
He's too young to drink beer.
WRITING
Mirror Activity
You have written about your
house or apartment. Now you are going to write about a relative's house or apartment.
You have 15 minutes
http://www.online-stopwatch.com/full-screen-stopwatch/
More Household Items
Kitchen
refrigerator
stove
dishwasher
sink
microwave
blender
cabinets
bedroom
night table
bedside table
mirror
dresser
closet
lamp
bathroom
mirror
shower
bath tub
toilet
hair dryer
laundry room
washing machine
dryer
iron
ironing board
dining room
table
chairs
center piece
living room
fireplace
sofa
armchair
coffee table
stereo
curtains
paintings
chandelier
More Rooms
attic
basement
home office
hall
family room
garden
or parts of a house
(cc) image by anemoneprojectors on Flickr
ALP Descriptors
0
Presentation off task
No presentation of work
Didn't demonstrate thought / effort
1
Presentation lacked planning and creativity
Presentation was poorly structured
Inadequate or no use of visual aids
Poor delivery and difficult to follow
2
Competent presentation
Adequate delivery
Mostly clear and logical
Good use of visual aids
Some grammar and vocabulary problems,
but message mostly understandable.
3
Effective and creative presentation
Meticulous delivery
Very good use of visual aids
Carefully prepared presentation
Logically structured presentation
Don't leave your
projects for the
last minute!!!
Decorate a room
I love sports. They are fun.
My parents live in Lima. They have a house.
Pronoun Reference
B05
Good Luck
in
sweatshirt
tank top
vest
bathrobe
sweatpants
sneakers
slippers
More clothing items
Vocabulary
want to "verb"
want + noun
(desire)
have + noun
have to "verb"
(necessity)
Complete the following sentences:
I have...
After class, I have to...
I really want to...
I don't have...
I never want to...
I don't have to...
VERBS
Want & Have
protect...from
cover
put on
short sleeve
outfit
change clothes
fit
uncover
take off
long sleeve
try on
match
http://www.visuwords.com/fullscreen/
Non-count
NOUNS
Non-count nouns always take the verb
in its singular form
Your hair looks good today.
Too much sugar is bad for health.
Tea has caffeine, too.
Ask &
Answer
Yes, I think that clothing
customs are similar in ...
and Peru because...
No, I don't think that clothing
customs are the same in...
and in Peru because...
I think that the most
interesting invention
is the because...
A: Which jobs are good for Yana?
B: I think that the (_____) job is
good for her because...
Listening
What's the difference between the two?
http://www.online-stopwatch.com/full-screen-stopwatch/
A good reader can get the general idea of any text by looking at the
pictures, format and
other indicators.
What about this?
For example:
What's this?

What's something I can do well?

(write about an ability you

have, give an example).
These days, I'm learning to...
(say your

ability is not good yet, but that it is improving)
Writing
http://www.barryfunenglish.com/
I
You
He
She +
It
We
They
can
can't
+ base form
Congratulations!!!
Vocabulary
A: Where do you (action)
in your house?
B: I usually watch TV in...
A: Do you live in a house or in an apartment?
I live
in
a house.
I live
in
an apartment
on
the 4th. floor.
A: How many room are there?
B: There are (4/5/...10) rooms. There's a living room,
a kitchen, a dining room... and ( ) bedrooms.
A: Is there a yard o a garage?
B: Yes, there's a... / No there isn't.
A: What's your favorite room and why?
B: My favorite room is... because I usually (action)
in (room).
B:
Do you own or rent the place where you live?
{
(have)
(pay for it every
month)
To compare B:
A: What does Yao want to rent?
B: He wants to rent...
A: How long does he want to rent?
B: He wants to rent for..
A: How does he want to live?
B he wants to live...
To compare C
A: How much is apartment...?
B: It's ______ dollars per month.
How does Yao feel about
the prize of apartment 1?
How do you know?
He uses rising intonation to show surprise!!!!
To ask for the number of
things in a place, use:
How many (things) are there in the (place)?
To answer this question:
For singular things
There's a/an (thing), a/an...
For plural things
There are ...
To ask for existence
Singular:
Is there a/an...in the (place)?
Plural:
Are there any ... in the (place)?
laundry room
S P E A K I N G
Formal or
Informal
Really?
Informal
Are you serious?
For real?
Informal
You're kidding
You're joking
No way
Formal
Informal
For example
A: I'm 79 years old
B: ...
A:My grandfather was
Ricardo Palma
B: ...
A: I like caigua
B:...
A: I don't like chocolate
B: ...
Shopping for clothes
Clothing
Clothing dos and don'ts
A: What's he/she wearing?
B: He/She's wearing a...
To compare, change the
statements for questions
For example:
Pedro wears/doesn't wear sneakers
A: Does Pedro wear sneakers?
B: Yes, he does / No, he doesn't
Marta is/isn't buying a gift.
A: Is Marta buying a gift?
B: Yes, she is / No, she isn't
Do you wanna touch - Glee
What are appropriate
clothes for a job interview?
Who do you live with and where?
How many rooms are there in your
house/apartment? Do you have your
own bedroom or do you share a bedroom
with someone else? What things are there in
your bedroom? Describe it using "there
is", "there are" colors, prepositions,
"too" and "very"
Writing
S P E A K I N G
For singular items
A: How much
is
the...
B: It
's
...
A: I'll take
it
. / I'll think about
it
.
You don't want the item.
You want to pay less
Asking for and giving prices
For plural items
A: How much
are
the...
B:
They're
...
A: I'll take
them
. / I'll think about
it
.
COMMUNICATION
Can you in speak English for one
minute without interruptions???
JL
Location:
USA
(originally
Santiago,
Chile)
Posted: Thursday May 15
I'm from Chile, and I'm a student living in the U.S. One of my professors invited the class to his home this Saturday for a dinner party. It's his birthday. I'm learning a lot about American customs, but I'm not sure about two things: What do I wear to the party? Also, do I give my professor a gift?
Izzy
Location:
London
UK
Posted: Saturday May 17
I'm from the UK, and I'm planning a trip to Malaysia in the summer (when it's 37 degrees). I need some information about clothing customs. For example, is it OK to wear shoes and
short- sleeve shirts? Thanks.
Clothing
Message Boards:
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Travel
Plan Your Trip
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Message Boards
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Count-nouns can take
verbs in their singular and plural forms, depending on the situation.
This jacket is cool.
Those shoes are expensive.
That T-shirt says Peru.
Those T-shirts say Peru
Count
Vocabulary
salesperson
bank teller
clerk
secretary
travel agent
photographer
firefighter
farmer
scientist
newscaster
writer
chef / cook
model
accountant
engineer
analyst
architect
tailor
seamstress
mechanic
A: Which jobs make the most money?
B: I think that a/an ______ makes the most money.
What about you? What do you think?
A: Well, I think that a/an ______ makes the most money.
But tell me, which jobs are easy?
B: I think that a/an (________)'s job is easy.
More terms in job ads
experienced
references
CV
diploma
shift
duties
benefits
negotiable
flexible
degree
working hours
More Jobs
doctor
cashier
dentist
nurse
waiter
lawyer
police officer
receptionist
flight attendant
graphic designer
programmer
tutor
hairstylist
chef
housewife
Jobs
Terms in Job Ads
responsibilities
requirements
experience
skills
pay
improve
volunteer
have a degree
Do students ever
have jobs here in Peru?
Jobs &
Ambitions
/kæn/
/fɔr/
/duw/
/yuw/
/tuw/
/kən/
/fər/
/də/
/yə/
/tə/
Reduced Words
can
for
do
you
to
"do + like" asks for things you like
In conclusion:
This question asks for
something you like
This question asks
for a description
"be + like" asks for descriptions
A: What job do you like?
B: I like a doctor's job
A: What's that like?
B: It's hard but interesting.
Questions
with
"like"
SPEAKING
Talking about Jobs
What do you do?
What does he do?
I'm a/an (job).
I'm self employed.
He's a/an (job).
I work for (company).
I work in a/an (place).
A: What city do you like?
B: I like (city)
A: What's it like?
B: It's old and modern.
A: What food do you like?
B: I like (food).
A: What's it like?
B: It's juicy and delicious
A:Which TV host do you like?
B: I like (TV host).
A: What's he/she like?
B: He/She is (adjectives)
Adjectives to Describe People
friendly/nice
fun
hardworking
cool/interesting
shy
strict
unfriendly
serious
lazy
boring
outgoing
easygoing
Large Numbers
1,000
1,200
2,500
10,500
50,000
100,000
thousand
Talking
about
Abilities
I can speak English, but I can't speak French.
I can cook lasagna, but I can't cook stew.
She can sing, but she can't dance.
He can swim, but he can't play soccer.
You can speak Spanish and a bit of English.
Yes-No Questions
Can you ride a bike?
Can you cook?
Can you sing in English?
Can you dance?
Yes, I can. / No, I can't.
Yes, I can. / No, I can't.
Yes, I can. / No, I can't
Yes, I can. / No, I can't
Who can sing a song in English?
Who can speak another language?
What music can you dance?
I can. / Pedro can.
I can. / Lia can.
I can dance salsa.
Wh-Questions
What
do you
do?
Where
do you
work?
I have
to
work.
What
can
you do?
I
can
cook.
Can
you cook
for
me?
Chi has
to
work.
What
can
Chi do?
Chi
can
cook chicken
Communication
First, put you pens and
pencils down.
Read the questions in the chart
and think of your answers. If you
have questions about vocabulary
ask...What does _______ mean?
In pairs ask and answer the questions.
For example,
A: Can you speak and write well in your
first language?
Yes, I can.
Yes, a little.
No, I can't.
B:
Circle the correct sentence:
a) I'm using blue jeans.
b) I'm wearing blue jeans.

Do the clothes you wear
depend on the occasion?
Do you wear the same clothes
when you go to a party?
Do you wear the same clothes
when you go to a wedding?
full pronunciation
reduced pronunciation
1st writing
2nd writing
LAST DAY
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