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Transcript of Intermediate 8
Where are five places you would like to visit? Which is one you wouldn't? Why?
wander off the beaten path
overrun with tourist
What are reasons people travel?
Why do you travel?
Can you tell
between the questions
Do you know
The embedded question can be part of a question or statement
Check out grammar section
What do the people want to do?
What are somethings they should think about when they make their plans?
Keep in mind that...
What we have in mind is...
Here's the plan.
What's the plan
Is it easy or difficult to get time off?
How often do you take time off?
Why do you take time off?
take time off
take it easy
What is a gap?
Do you usually keep quiet or complain? Do you do it in person, on the phone, or in writing?
What do you do when you have a problem with something you bought?
Name of recipient
What you would like to be done
What could you do for
a fun date if you had no
money to spend?
Have you ever seen a
dating TV show? How did
it work? Who were the
head over heals
call the shots
didn't go over to well
hit it off
foot the bill
What topics should people avoid talking about on a date? What topics are ok?
the condition were true,
this other thing would happen
What is Amy's problem?
Write an e-mail reply for each message
Write the first on as Amy's friend
Write the second as an advice columnist
Read your partner's message. Make suggestions for clarifying anything that the reader (Amy) might misunderstand.
What would happen if there was an earthquake in Peru!
take into consideration
Reported speech is not quoted speech
Use reporting verbs
e.g., say, admit, complain, explain, remark, report
Pronouns and time adverbs may change
but not with modals
When reporting questions, the structure is similar to
Change the quotes to reported speech
"I don't like cau cau," he said.
"There was a lot of traffic yesterday on Javier Prado," she said.
"We will finish the report tomorrow."
"You shouldn't eat too many sweets," the child's parents said.
"He had already eaten the cookies," his mom said.
"Are you OK?"
"Did you see the movie or not?"
"Where were you last night?"
"How did you get home?"
What do you say when someone looks sad or sick?
Write a short magazine article explaining what people should do in an emergency that occurs in Peru. Include an introduction, at least two supporting paragraphs, and a conclusion.
Write a letter of complaint
What plan is there for a natural disaster?