Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Make your likes visible on Facebook?

Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.

No, thanks

New Headway Pre-Intermediate 3erd Ed Student Book

Unit 2 - The way we live
by

Daniela Almazán

on 17 October 2012

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of New Headway Pre-Intermediate 3erd Ed Student Book

2 The way we live Present Tenses TWO DIFFERENT LIVES Present tenses and have/have got STARTER What's your morning routine? 1 Look at the pictures. Who are the people? Where are they? 2 Read the paragraphs and match them with the correct person. Write the letters a-h in the boxes for Anne-Marie and Lien. Have/have got Collocation Daily Life Making conversation Anne-Marie Boucher has a small family hotel with her husband, Pascal, near Quebec City, Canada. 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 Lien Xiaohong is 22. She lives and works in a toy factory in Guangdong province, China. 2 Read the paragraphs and match them with the correct person. Write the letters a-h in the boxes for Anne-Marie and Lien. a She lives in a room with 14 other women in the factory dormitory, seven hundred miles from her family. The factory where she works employs 15,000 workers, nearly all of them women in their twenties. b It's situated on the coast outside the town and near two national parks. She says, "Our hotel has got wonderful views of the St Lawrence River and the Isle of Orleans." c She works from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. She has just an hour for lunch. She says, "I work five and a half days a week, but I usually do overtime in summer. It's very tiring. When I'm not working or studying, I sleep." d Her monthly wage is about $65, enough to send a little back home to her family, and to pay for computer classes and English classes in town. She says, "I haven't got any money left to buy things for me." e She has visitors from all over the world. She says, "We speak French, English, and a little Italian, which is very useful! Our guests keep us busy both summer and winter, so we've always got lots to do." f They don't have much free time. "But I like it that way," she says. "And I love meeting new guests." In winter it's very cold, -10ºC. Their guests go skiing or snowmobiling in Mont Sainte-Anne Park. g It's the evening now, and she is having a computer lesson in a private school. "There are two skills that are essential these days," she says. "English and computers. One day I want to be my own boss." h It's January now, and she is enjoying her favourite sport, dog-sledding. She's got twelve dogs, and she's racing them across the snow. She says, "I'm working the dogs very hard at the moment. Next year I want to race in a dogsled competition. It's really exciting." b e f h a c d g Listen and check. 3 Answer the questions. 1 What are their jobs? 2 What's good about their jobs? What's not so good? 3 Who has the better job? 4 What languages do they speak? 5 What are they doing now? 6 What do they want to do? GRAMMAR SPOT 1 Which two tenses are used in the texts? Give examples of both. 2 Look at the sentences. Which refers to all time? Which refers to now? He works in a bank. He's working hard for his exams. She has a hotel. She's having a computer lesson. all time - now He works in a bank. He's working hard for his exams. She has a hotel. She's having a computer lesson. 3 Underline have or have got in the three texts. Find negatives. Is have got more formal or informal? Grammar Reference 2.1 - 2.4 p128 4 Read Lien's and Anne-Marie's answers. Complete the questions with you. 1. Do ______________ job, Lien?
No, I don't like it much. My hands hurt all the time.

2. What ______________ at the moment?
I'm having a computer lesson.

3. ______________ any brothers or sisters?
I've got a brother. He lives with my parents in Hunan province. 4. Where _____________________ , Anne Marie?
Well, we don't usually go on holiday, so we're lucky to live in this beautiful place.

5. Why ________________ the dogs so hard at the moment?
Because I want to race in a competition next year.

6. How many _________________ ?
I've got twelve! They don't live in the hotel, of course. Listen and check. 1 Look at the pictures. Who are the people? Where are they? Complete these sentences about you.
Then compare with a partner. I always... I often... Sometimes I... I usually... I don't... very often. I never... are you doing you like your Have you got do you go on holiday are you working dogs have you got Present Simple and Present Continuous 3 Underline have or have got in the three texts. Find negatives. Is have got more formal or informal? Present Tenses Have/have got Talking about you PRACTICE Talking about you 2 Ask and answer about the things with a partner, using have or have got. 4 Look at the photos of Chantal, and Mario and Rita. Work with a partner. Take it in turns to ask and answer questions to complete your chart. Listen and compare. 1. Look at the forms of have and have got in the question, negative, and short answer. Listen and repeat Exchanging information 3 Look at the photo of Miguel. Listen to the interview with him and complete the chart. Exchanging information Student A Look at p144.
Ask about Chantal Student B Look at p147.
Ask about Mario and Rita. Check it Where you go on holiday? Where do you go on holiday? 1. Do you have any children? Do you have got any children? 2. I'm coming from Germany. I come from Germany. 3. I'm Hans. Everyone is dancing. Everyone dances. 4. This is a great party! I don't have a mobile. I no have a mobile. 5. but he doesn't wear a uniform. but he no wear a uniform. 6. Jack's a policeman, "He's sitting by the window." "He sits by the window." 7. "Where is José?" I'm liking black coffee. I like black coffee. 8. Daily life VOCABULARY AND SPEAKING Daily Life 2 Where do you usually do the activities in exercise 1? Write them in the chart. 4 What is your favourite room? Why do you like it? What do you do in that room? Write some notes about it. 1. Work with a partner. Match the verbs and nouns. Daily Life Daily life 3 Complete these sentences with the correct words. My bedroom - I've got lots of posters on the walls. I listen music and do my homework. I watch TV with my friends... 5 Describe your favourite room to a partner and say what you do there. Don't say which room it is. Can your partner guess? Collocation Daily Life READING AND SPEAKING READING AND SPEAKING Reading and Speaking
Full transcript