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I07 Unit 7 H.E.R.

Does Crime Pay? : Victimless Crimes
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Transcript of I07 Unit 7 H.E.R.

What would you do if you found a diamond ring on the street?
Pele retired in 1971.
They
had bought
the house before they moved.
Are any of these crimes a problem where you live?
Have you ever witnessed a crime?
My friend got dumped last week.
He's feeling very blue.
He's on a yellow streak.
You can't rely on him to protect you.
My brother bought a new BMW and I was green with envy.
I bought a ticket.
I traveled to Rio.
I went to Paris.
I
had bought
the ticket before I traveled to Rio.
I
had traveled
to Rio before I went to Paris.
They bought the house.
They moved.
Pele won three World Cups.
Pele had won three World Cups when he retired in 1971.
What kind?
What happened?
Why do you think people commit these kinds of crimes?
What made the first article funny?
Why couldn't the criminals get in the restaurant?
What made the last article funny?
How does a good friend give advice?

How would you react if your friend didn’t
follow your advice?

Big Spender

What do you think might be expensive in Europe?

I believe/think/guess _______ is very expensive in
Europe because ______

Big Spender

What are you good at?
What are some things you feel nervous/stressed about?
What do you like to do in the evening?
What is a priority for you now?
What would you refuse to do for a friend?

Big Spender

_________can be difficult. I like _______, and I dream about _______.

I want to ________.

Big Spender

Big Spender

Big Spender

Over- and under- (prefixes)
The prefixes over- and under- meaning, respectively, too or above, and insufficiently or beneath, may be attached to virtually any adjective or verb without requiring a hyphen.

Example: underintelligent,overlove, undermarket, overroof, 
underfoundation, and oversunny
WIKIPEDIA.

Big Spender

QUESTIONS
Who are you most similar to?
Why?
Which of these attitudes do you think is most typical?

POSSIBLE ANSWERS
A: I guess/think/believe I’m just like______ because I usually/tend to spend my money on______

Big Spender

Do you still have money at the end of the month or you still have month at the end of your money?

Big Spender


What would you do if you had a $1000 credit card right now?
Would you buy anything? What would it be?

Big Spender

Q: What do you usually spend your money on? Make a list.
A: I usually spend __% of my money on…

Big Spender

Are there problems when you use money irresponsibly? What are some of them?

Are you able to stick to a budget?
What is your top priority in terms of money right now?

Big Spender

Irresponsible behavior
Splurge.
Live paycheck to paycheck.
Squander.
Run out.
Max out my credit cards.

Responsible behavior
Make ends meet.
Invest.
Put away money.
Stick to a budget.
Get out of debt.
Get my finances in order.
Pay off my credit cards

Why don’t you …?
How about …?
Have you thought about …?
Have you considered …?
What if you …?
Maybe you should …
You could …

1. What are you good at?
2.What are some things you feel nervous/stressed about?
3.What do you like to do in the evening?
4.What is a priority for you now?
5.What would you refuse to do for a friend?

Verbs such as attempt, begin, can’t stand, continue, hate, like, love, prefer, propose, regret, start, and try can be followed by either a gerund or an infinitive with no change in meaning:
I’m impatient. I hate waiting in line. (= I hate to wait in line.)
Verbs such as stop, remember, and forget can take either the gerund or infinitive, but the meaning changes depending on which is used:
I stopped to drink a soda. ( I paused what I was doing so I could drink a soda)
I stopped drinking soda. ( I used to drink soda, but I don’t anymore)

If you had the opportunity to work in another country, where would you like to go? Why?
I would like to go to … because …

What kind of jobs give many opportunities to work in other countries?
I think working as a … gives you … ….. because …

A GERUND is the – ing form of a verb. It functions like a noun and can be the subject, the direct object, or the object of a preposition. An INFINITIVE is to + the base form of a verb. It is often used as a direct object.
Some verbs and verb phrases are followed only by a gerund. Some can only take the infinitive:

Are you able to stick to a budget and save money? Why or why not?
What is your top priority in terms of money right now?

What’s a Financial Advisor?

Irresponsible behavior
Splurge.
Live paycheck to paycheck.
Squander.
Run out.
Max out my credit cards.

Responsible behavior
Make ends meet.
Invest.
Put away money.
Stick to a budget.
Get out of debt.
Get my finances in order.
Pay off my credit cards

Who are you most similar to? Why? Which of these attitudes do you think is most typical?

4. My friend always borrows my things, but she hardly ever returns them, and when she does, they’re usually damaged

3.I’m really stressed right now. I really need to take a vacation and relax

2. I like to go out with my friends and have fun, but my work schedule is so hectic I don’t have time

1. The books and other things I need for my classes are so expensive! I don’t know how I can pay for them

SAVVY SAVER

BIG SPENDER

Draw your own chart on a separate piece of paper
.

Bills 15%
(Cell phone, etc)

Food 10%

Clothing 5%

Rent 45%

Entertainment 15%

PIE CHART OF ONE’S SPENDING HABITS

Transportation 10%

Be+Adjective+Preposition+Gerund

Henry is responsible for bringing the snacks.
I’m nervous about making mistakes.
They are tired of training.
We ‘re fed up with doing hw every day.
Sophia is engaged in studying piano lessons.
We’re good at speaking English.
He is guilty of committing the crime.
We’re interested in delivering the project.
I’m used to wearing formal clothes.


Verb+Preposition+Gerund

Rely on (Cecy always relies on her best friend)
Plan on (We’re planning on moving soon)
Engage in (They were engaged in helping the
needy)
Insist on (He’ve insisted on going to a disco)

Ask about believe in depend on
Agree with/on work on talk to/with
Feel about, etc

Verbs +gerunds

Keep ( I was bored because he kept talking…)
Enjoy (We enjoyed dancing at Alex’s party…)
Can’t help (They can’t help worrying about it)
Finish (Frank hasn’t finished doing his hw yet)

Admit dislike imagine mind
Avoid postpone put off risk
Celebrate miss confess
Consider *suggest
Deny *recommend


Verb + Infinitive

Pretend (Henry pretended to be an actor)
Decide (We’ve decided to study together)
Hope (Hans hopes to enter the Univ. soon)

Argee appear ask
Can afford choose deserve
Expect tend learn
Manage need want
Offer plan prepare
Pretend promise refuse

Language focus 3
Verb patterns

I07-Unit 8
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