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INTERMEDIATE TWO

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Augusto Casablanca

on 30 September 2014

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"CH"
...sounds...
Put these sentences in order...
Tattoos
Present Perfect
Already
/tS/
/S/
/K/
chaos
characteristic
champagne
parachute
chocolate
christmas
Charlotte
character
brochure
stomach
charade
check
change
chair
child
chocolate
child
chair
change
check
chaos
characteristic
character
Christmas
stomach
Charlotte
champagne
charade
brochure
parachute
Would you get a tattoo? Why?/ Why not?
Mention 3 reasons why people
get
/
don't get
tattoos
I
you
we
they
have(n't)
+
+
past participle
he
she
it
+
has(n't)
+
past participle
Yet
Still
Never
Just
I
have
already
listened
to that song.
He
has
already
seen
that movie.
She
has
already
cleaned
the house.
They
have
already
done
the dishes.
To emphasize that you have
something
Have
they

already
bought
everything for the party?
Has
she

already
gotten
her driver license?
Have
you

already
finished
your exam?
in questions to indicate
I
haven't finished
yet.
He
hasn't bought
his costume
yet.
We
haven't invited
people

yet.
She
hasn't made

the reservation
yet.
To emphasize that the action is to the present.
Has
she
colored
her hair

yet?
Has
he
had
his medicine
yet?
Have
you
gotten
a tattoo

yet?
Have
they
eaten
yet?
To know if the action was completed or not.
He

still
hasn't bought
his costume.
She

still
hasn't made
the reservation.
We

still
haven't invited
people.
I
still
haven't finished.
To emphasize that the action is
NOT
completed
Yet
=
I
have
just
gotten
my ears pierced.
The cat
has
just
caught
the mouse.
The kids
have
just
cleaned
their room.
She
has
just
colored
her nails.
for actions that happened
She
has
never
been
absent.
I
have
never
talked
to him.
We
have
never
eaten
Suri.
He
has
never
been
to Brazil.
At no time in the past.
NEVER!!!!!!!! :)
Has
he

ever
colored
his nails?
Has
she

ever
shaved
her head?
Have
you

ever
dyed
your hair?
Have
you

ever
been
to Machu Picchu?
At any time in the past up to now
EVER
1. can't / get / I / him / over.
2. I / never / have / on / my / boyfriend / cheated.
3. wants / out / She / to / ask / you.
4. her / last / called / I / back / night.
5. you / Can /on / the / radio / turn?
6. need / work/ They / out / to.
7. broke /My / down / TV / again.
1. I can't
get over

him
.
2. I've never
cheated on

my boyfriend
.

3. She wants to
ask

you

out
.
4. I
called

her

back
last night.
5. Can you
turn on
the radio
?


6. They need to
work out
.
7. My TV
broke down
again.
Can you
turn
the radio
on
?
Inseparable
Separable
No object
How can you describe these behaviors?
Bringing a small gift to the birthday person.
Arriving 10 minutes late to the party.
Giving a dinner guest the best seat at the table
Chewing gum or your food loudly.
kind
appropriate
considerate
responsible
respectful
pleasant
honest
polite
Dis-
In-
Un-
Im-
What do these prefixes have in common?
=
NOT
It's gross to chew gum with your mouth open.
It's mandatory to speak English in class.
It's unpleasant to be ignored.
It's kind to share your things.
It's dishonest to lie to people.
It's inappropriate to use your phone in class.
jet lag
facial
language barrier
body language
personal space
eating habits
eye contact
small talk
expressions
finished
surprise
not completed
He
hasn't bought
his costume
yet
.
She
hasn't made
the reservation
yet
.
We
haven't invited
people
yet
.
I
haven't finished
yet
.
recently
in the past
Passive Voice
we focus on the...
...object or subject of the sentence
Robert
My suitcase

subject
object
stole
my suitcase
was stolen
(by Robert)
How do we form the
Passive Voice
?
Simple Present
Simple Past
be
+
Past Participle
My suitcase
was stolen
(by Robert)
am
is
are
was
were
+
+
Past Participle
Past Participle
Identify the object and make passive sentences.
1. We / take / a photo of Machu Picchu. (S. Past)

2. That company / produce / electronic devices. (S. Present)

3. She / not / ship / cell phones. (S. Present)

4. I / not / write /books. (S. Past)
A photo of Machu Picchu

Electronic devices

Cell phones
That book
(by us).
was taken

are produced
(by that company).
aren't shipped
(by her).
wasn't written
(by me).
active voice
passive voice
Ask this questions in pairs or groups of three:
*Do you like love stories or romantic movies?

(Explain)

*Have you ever had a boyfriend or girlfriend and
broken up
with him or her?

Why?

*What is the kind of boyfriend or girlfriend people usually look for?
(characteristics)
How would you describe each one of these people?
Do you think their physical appearance could reflect their personality? Why?
DO YOU THINK THE WAY YOU DRESS REFLECTS
YOUR PERSONALITY
?
* How do you look everyday? What do you wear? Do you have a particular style?
Explain
* Would you like to get your lips or ears pierced? Would you like to get a tattoo?
Explain
CHIP
BRUSH
COLOR
STRAIGHTEN
WASH
What are some good tips to get the

perfect photo?
INTERMEDIATE TWO
WRITING
Write a story that involves these
pictures
.
*Ask out
*Turn down
*Go out
*Get along
*Cheat on
*Break up
*Run into
*Get over
*Grow up
*Turn on
*Work out
*Break down
Make sure you use at least
five
different
phrasal verbs
from this list:
SPEAKING
(What do you think about?)
Ask your partner(s) some of these questions randomly to get their opinions and then express your opinions, too. Don't forget to use the expressions from page 52 if you disagree.
1) Do you thing getting a tattoo is a good idea?
2)What do you think about breaking up with someone by email?
3)Would you like to pierce your nose?
4)What do you think about cheating on your boyfriend or girlfriend?
5) Would you shave your head for any reason?
6)What do you think about asking out someone older?
7) What do you think about not calling someone back after a date?
8) Would you dye your hair green?
9) Is it okay for men to wear make-up?
10) What do you think about blind dates?

Use phrasal verbs when possible
What does
BEHAVIOR
mean?
What is something that you hate people do?
What is a rule that you never follow?
What is a strange custom of yours?
What do you think the expression
Mind your manners
means?
WRITING
What plans do you have for the future?
(Use two
time clauses
and structures with
gerund as a noun
and
It's + adjective + infinite
)
Studying English is amazing. I love different languages. After I graduate from Icpna, I'll study to be a translator or a tour guide. Once I become professional, I'll move to Arequipa to work at a museum. It is nice to work in a place like that. I'll work really hard before I get married. I am going to have two children before I am 40 years...
SPEAKING
Your Japanese friend, Aiko, is coming to visit you next month and she doesn't know anything about the customs in Peru.
You have to phone your friend to prepare her for the visit.
It is
common

to go
to a restaurant during a romantic date.
Eating
street foods is
customary
in Lima.
1) My mom made a delicious cake yesterday.
2) Engineers work really hard these days.
3) Pedro and Juan built a nice house for the dog.
4) Jose Luis wrote a letter for his girlfriend.
5) Peru exports tomatoes.
6) My dog barks all night.
7) Lady Gaga sings Poker Face in many concerts.
8) Tourists visit Machu Picchu every year.
-Turn these active sentences into passive sentences if it is possible:
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