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Transcript of I04
The natural world
Having it all
Striking it rich
4) A lot
6) Discount stores
8) Invest it
9) 7-8 Hours
You will work
in pairs to create a
conversation that integrates
some of the vocabulary, grammar
and speaking strategies of the
3 units covered in the
Tells his/her story in minutes
A's story in minute
A's story in
Titicaca Lake 3.812 meters above sea level
The man-made world
A: I think we should work
on the ( ) first because...
What do you think?
1 The Greatest Gift
2 Grandpa Was a Mover
3 The Story of an Invitation by Lucy Maud Montgomery
4 The Last Lesson by Alphonse Daudet
5 Rio Caliente, Mexico
6 The Rainy Day
7 A Royal Marriage
8 The Homecoming (Short Story)
9 Ghosts of the Field: A Home For Grannie
10 The Frog and The Gold Coin
unit 11 49 Sophia and Etha James 5.56
Unit 11 50 Robertan and Maira form Belo Horizonte, Brazil 4.08
Unit 11 59 What would you do if you won ten million dollars? 1.35
Unit 11 64 Donna and Darryl 3.18
way too much
next to nothing
go into debt
short on money
Money and Banking
struck it rich
Worth a lot of Money
Linking consonant sounds
Pongan todas sus sillas sobre la mesa.
The bus station needs some more repairs.
I wish I had a car.
Do I have a car?
I wish I spoke 3 languages
I wish I knew all the answers.
I wish he had a house by the beach.
Sometimes, I wish I were 20.
She wishes she were taller
He wishes his mom weren't so strict.
I wish it weren't so hot.
Do I speak 3 languages?
Do I know all the answers?
Does he have a house by the beach?
Am I 20?
Is she tall?
Is his mom strict?
Is it hot?
If you want to express something impossible
or improbable in the present, use the verb
"wish" and another verb in the "past".
Use "were" for all the subjects when you want
to use the verb "be".
Use "I wish I could" for
things you can't do.
We use wish that + could when we are
talking about people's ability to do things.
I wish I could eat apples, but I'm allergic to them.
He wishes he could go, but his mom won't let him.
I wish I could buy a car, but I don't have enough money.
Can a person's wishes tell you something
about his or her real life?
What question is this
introduction to the news
story trying to answer?
A) Why are so many people going to the hospital?
B) why do people in the hospital become ill (get sick)?
C) Why are hospital stays so expensive?
We're going to
listen to a news story
don't have to =
may not =
'd better not =
it's not necessary
it's not allowed
it's not a good idea
this is a warning
I don't have the ability
You're not going to write about
a time you lost a lot of money
to tell the truth
who do you trust?
You are a wealthy person who lives a very comfortable life. You have just woken up and are getting ready to start the day. You are also on vacation in a well-known city somewhere in the world. It is time to plan your activities for the rest of the day. Keep the following questions in mind: Where are you? Who are you with? What are some interesting places in the city where you are? Which places would you like to visit? Why? What's the typical food where you are? Don't forget to include visuals in your presentation.
Presentation off task
No presentation of work
Didn't demonstrate thought / effort
Presentation lacked planning and creativity
Presentation was poorly structured
Inadequate or no use of visual aids
Poor delivery and difficult to follow
Competent presentation and adequate delivery
Mostly clear and logical
Good use of visual aids
Some grammar and vocabulary problems,
but message mostly understandable.
Effective and creative presentation
Very good use of visual aids
Carefully prepared presentation
Logically structured presentation
Make wishes with each of the
following verbs: can, have, be,
and your idea.
Make sentences using
Is it ever OK to lie?
to tell a lie
against the law
hurt someone's feelings
depends on the circumstances
not worth doing
a half truth
To disagree politely:
I don't know. Don't you think that..
why do people Get
fired from their jobs?
Curriculum = CV (long)
If you don't... (subj + be + going to + verb...)
I don't think you should + verb...
You have to + verb...
First, say something
about the situation
A: One of these days, someone is going
to tell the boss what you do.
disregard the comment
B: Nobody is going to notice.
A: If you don't stop playing video games
you're going to get into trouble.
If it weren't so hot, we would all be wearing sweaters.
If he were taller, he would play basketball.
I would go to the movies if I weren't so busy.
What would you do if you struck it rich?
If you could, would you live in a different country?
To compare C:
Yes, I am. / No, I'm not.
Yes, I do. / No, I don't.
A: What would you do if you...
B: If I..., I would...
A:Would you ever eat a whole
plate of food at a party?
B: Yes, I'd
A: Would you ever eat a whole
plate of food at a party?
B: Maybe, I'd
if nobody's looking at me.
keep my word
have confidence in
learn to trust
do what you say you will do
Have you ever had to decide if
something was right or wrong?
"should" and the "past perfect"
If the reporting verb is "tell"
it must be followed by
an object pronoun
I like it.
John has eaten.
We'll do it
They may go
I must try.
I said (that) I
He said (that) he
They said (that) they
I said John
We said we
This isn't my book.
I don't want to be here.
Our house is white.
My mom doesn't work.
be careful with other changes!!!
She said (that) that
He said (that) he
They said that
The kindness of strangers
stranded = not able to leave
Write about a time when you didn't
want to hurt someone's feelings, but
you had to be honest,
about a time when you were caught
in a lie by your parents. Were you
punished? What happened?
When the action that is reported happens immediately
before it is reported, you don't have to change the
Teacher: You have to pay attention.
Student to student: What did he say?
Student to student: He said we
to pay attention.
The building is on fire. We must leave.
She said that the building is on fire and that we must leave.
(Don't pay attention to)
Remember that in the "if clause" the verb is in
the simple past, but it refers to a
present unreal situation
In general, who do you have confidence in?
Have you ever trusted a stranger and
he or she didn't let you down?
Talk about an unreal situation and
about what you would do about it.
Talk about a time you had a problem
and you spoke to someone about it.
Report what he, she or they told you.
remember to use some
vocabulary from the
unit and reported speech
leak = to enter or escape through a crack, hole, etc.
blueprint = print of plans, technical drawings, etc.
edge = the border, brim, or margin of a surface, object.
What are rainforests?
Where are they?
Do we have a rainforest here?
What animals can you find there?
We had to do a lot of physical work.
It was kind of hard.
C: That's true,
a conversation between two students
A: This teacher is very demanding and strict.
B: Yes, but on the other hand, he explains
things well, and he plays music every
now and then.
but it was exciting, too!
We actually saw bears!
Remember that after these expressions,
you need to use a subject
like & Like
like can be followed by a
gerund or an infinitive without
any change in meaning.
I like to eat apples. / I like eating apples.
However, when it is used in combination
with "would" it's followed by the infinitive.
I would like to eat. / Would you like to eat?
Besides, when used in the expression "feel like"
it's usually followed by a noun or a gerund.
Do you feel like going to the movies tonight?
I feel like having a piece of chocolate cake,
but I don't really feel like going out.
As a preposition, "like" is used in comparisons.
She looks like her mother, and she's like her, too.
There's nothing like a cup of coffee to start your day.
"Like" can also be used to introduce examples
I don't like vegetables like caiguas or cereals like quinoa.
We're going to eat grandma.
the secretary said the boss is absent.
woman without her man is a beast.
What should be
have you ever been
The passive voice
is used when you don't
know who did the action
or when who did the action
is not as important as the
person or thing that
Some windows are broken.
Streets are always being fixed.
The criminal was sentenced to life in prison
The decision was made by the Hague international court of justice
the metropolitano was built when castañeda was the mayor and the train was built by alan garcia
When was america discovered?
When was lima founded?
Who was el quijote written by?
Location: 2430 meters above sea level 80 km northwest of Cuzco in
the sacred valley of the Incas.
Hiram Bingham discovered it in 1911. Pachacutec built it around 1450.
The Unesco declared it a Peruvain National Sanctuary in 1986.
People voted it as one of the new seven wonders of the world in 2007.
Location: The Nazca desert 400 km
south of the city of lima. The Nazca
culture created the lines
probably between 400 and 650 ad.
People can see figures of fish hummingbirds, spiders, monkeys, and lizards. Toribio Mejia Xesspe
First discovered them in 1927, and Maria Reiche later studied them.
Nobody can tell their purpose yet.
reserve park - Location: downtown
lima between paseo dela republica
and arequipa avenues. The french
architect Claude Sahut designed it.
President leguia inaugurated the
park in 1929. Mayor Luis castañeda
inaugurated the magic water circuit
in 2007. People criticized the project
for its cost but it is a success, now.
More than 2 million people have visited
the park so far.
Location: downtown lima, to the north of its main squre. Francisco Pizarro built it in 1535. Ricardo Malachowski designed the palace as we know it now. He renovated
the structure in 1937 and finished it in 1938 under Benavides' government. The hussars of junin batallion guards the palace day and night.