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Unit 10 - Having It All

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Unit 10 - Having It All
Currencies of the World
Wishes
Wish Around
Choose one of the wishes you wrote for act. D.
MONEY
Choose 7 countries from the map and name their currencies.
yen
dollar
pound
yuan
peso
euro
won
real
franc
France
Argentina
Japan
China
Portugal
United Kingdom
Brazil
United States
South Korea

1. When I'm broke, I like to ____ and _____.







8. To get money from an ATM first you have to ______, then _______, next _______, after that ______, finally _________..
7. I agree that ____________.
6. I owe about $___ on credit cards.
5. When I'm short on money, I usually _______.
4. I can get by on $___ a week.
3. I think a _____'s job pays way too much. On the contrary, a _______'s job pays next to nothing.
2. Right now I really want to buy a ______, but I can't afford it.
RICH
POOR
millionare
broke
Which words come to your mind when you think about rich or poor?
Linking Sounds
The students speak English very well.

My sister runs every morning.

My cousin never sleeps late

n n
s s

r r
Work in pairs.
Write two sentences with at least one
linking sound
each.

For 1 minute, think about the last time you needed to apologize
Tell your story to your partner in front of you
Now tell your partner's story to the person next to you. Be ready to report
APOLOGY
APOLOGIZING
small accident or mistake
serious accident or mistake
I can't believe I did that.
Sorry. My mistake.
I'm sorry I _____. It was an accident.
I'm really sorry that I forgot to...
I want to apologize for what happened.
I'm so sorry about (v+ing)...
Accepting an apology
Don't worry about it / Oh, that's OK. /
No problem. It happens / Apology accepted.
You spilled coffee on your friend's rug.
How would you apologize if....
You crashed your brother's new car.
I'm sorry I spilled coffee on your rug.
It was an accident
I'm so sorry about damaging your car.
How would you accept the apology?
Don't worry about it
Apology accepted
A: Hey guys! Welcome to my party.
B: Thanks John. I'm sorry I didn't bring you a gift. I forgot it at home.
A: Oh, that's OK. So, how are you doing?
C: Great! I'm really excited because tomorrow I have a date with Susan.
D: Susan?! My ex-girlfriend?
C: I'm really sorry that I forgot to tell you about it.
D: Don't worry about it.
A: (spills drink on C)I'm sorry I stained your shirt. It was an accident.
C: No problem. It happens
B:
A:

In groups of 4 create a dialog apologizing for a serious or small accident or mistake. Make sure to use different useful expressions. Example:
I don't have money to travel
I wish
I had
money to travel
(past)
I can't cook
I wish

I could
cook
He is short.
He wishes
he were

tall.
Her computer won't start
She wishes
her computer
would
start
He can't speak English.
He wishes
he
could
speak English.
Now you try...
What are their wishes?
I can't dance
Work in groups of 4
Say your wish aloud. The person next to you will report your wish and add his/her own.
Continue the activity until everyone has reported other person's wish.
Find the person who wished....
Think of a wish for you (nothing related to money)



She is too tired to go out.
They won't get a job.
He doesn't have enough money to buy a car.
She can't swim very well.
I am stressed
I have a lot of homework.
I don't have a house on the beach.
My friend won't invite me to her party.
Write your wish on a piece of paper (don't write your name and don't show it to anybody)
You will now get a new piece of paper.
You have to find the owner of your newspaper
C: I wish I could speak French. I would like to live in France one day.
A: Do you wish you could speak French?
B: No, I don't
A: Do you wish you could speak French?
C: Yes, I do
A: Why do you wish you could speak French?
C: Because I would like to live in France one day.
STRIKING IT RICH
Imagine you've just won the Tinka

What would you do first?
Who would you tell?
Would you prefer to receive the money in one payment or over a period of years?
What would you do with the money?
If I won the tinka, first I would ________.
I would tell my _______.
I'd prefer to receive the money ________ and I would _________________ with the money.
VOCABULARY
struck it rich
prize money
easy money
retirement account
set aside
claimed
donate
accept
pouring in
squandered
threw around
worth a lot of money
earnings
Work in groups. Which words do you recognize? Explain the meaning and try to make a sentence
accept
borrow
change
claim
deposit
donate
earn/make
invest
lend
lose
owe
raise
save
set aside
spend
squander
throw around
waste
withdraw
MONEY
Choose 4 word partnerships and make sentences
WORK IN GROUPS
Share any ideas or stories you have about hospitals
Listen carefully:
What's the topic of the story?
What are some unusual ways that people struck it rich?
Strike it rich means becoming rich/wealthy very fast.
People who strike it rich can buy mansions and airplanes.
Work in groups
Look at the pictures.
How do you think these people struck it rich? Predict
.
Divide the reading in 4 parts.
One for each member of the group.
You will have 1:30 minutes to read ONLY your part.
When the time is finished, close your book and tell what you understood to the other members of the group.
COMPREHENSION
1. Why were the San broke and unemployed?
2. How did they strike it rich?
3. What does the cactus do to people?
4. What do the monks do?
5. How do the monks use the money?
Work on activities C and D
What are some things you aren't allowed to do in class?
You
can't
___________
You
may not
_____________
You
shouldn't
____________
NEGATIVE MODALS
What are the meanings of these modals?
1. You
couldn't
have finished the exam quickly. It had 100 questions.
2. You
may not
eat food in class.
3. You
shouldn't
drink and drive.
4. You
'd better not
be late to your job interview.
5. I
can't
solve this math problem.
6. You
don't have to
cook today. We are eating out.
a. it's not necessary
b. don't have the ability
c. It's not a good idea.
d. It's not allowed
e. It's impossible
f. strong advice
(had better not)

(don't have to)
(can't)
(shouldn't)
(may not)
(couldn't)
COULDN'T
When something is impossible
You
couldn't
be rich. You don't have a car.
I
don't have to
go to class today. It's a holiday.
DON'T HAVE TO
when something is not necessary
MAY NOT
When something is not allowed
You
may not
smoke inside a hospital.
SHOULDN'T
To give advice.
To say something is not a good idea.
It's raining a lot. You
shouldn't
go out without an umbrella.
HAD BETTER NOT
To give a warning
To give strong advice
If you want to pass you
'd better not
forget to do the project.
CAN'T
When you don't have the ability to do something.
I
can't
talk in front of a lot of people. I get really nervous.
A: I think everyone has to get married someday. You
couldn't
be alone for the rest of your life.


C: I disagree. I think you don't have to ever get married if you don't want to. You
shouldn't
get married just because other people say so.
B: I agree. You
don't have to
get married young, but you should do it someday.
WRITING
Think about an interesting experience you had with money.
When was it?
What happened?
How did you feel?
What did you do afterward?
Was it a positive or negative experience?
Ideas:
A time you had to borrow money for something you really wanted.
A time you lost money.
A time you found money.
A time you spent a lot of money on something.
The first time you made your own money.
Compare your partner's answers with the answers of real millionares.
Are they similar? different? Is your partner a potential millionare?
1. yes
2. yes
3. single
4. a lot
5. no
6. discount stores
7. yes
8. invest it
9. 7-8 hours
10. yes, always
I think (name) is a potential millionare, because just like them, she/he __________ and ___________________.
I think (name) is a potential millionare, because unlike them, she/he __________ and ___________________.
broke
way too much
next to nothing
She
can't afford
to buy that dress
get by
= survive
pay back
go into debt
=
owe
money
She is
short on money.
1.
It is not necessary to show your ID when you enter ICPNA.
2.
Students are not allowed to use dictionaries during the exam.
3.
It is impossible for him to buy a new car. He doesn't have money.
4.
It is not a good idea to drink and then drive.
5.
I don't have the ability to cook Italian food.
6.
Kids are not allowed to cross the street by themselves.
7.
My brother doesn't have the ability to play tennis.
8.
It is not necessary to close your books when you take the reading quiz.
9.
It is a terrible idea to forget to study for the exam. If you do it you can repeat the course.
10.
I don't believe she jumped from a plane!! She's afraid of heights.
11.
It is extremely important to wear a helmet when you drive a motorcycle. You can have a serious accident if you don't.
REWRITE THE SENTENCES USING
MODALS
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