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Intermediate 7

Past perfect, gerunds and infinitives,subject relative clauses. Crime, economy, family
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G F Dowling

on 12 February 2014

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Does it pay?
Crime
What was it?
Have you ever lost something and had it returned?
What happened?
What are some famous unsolved crimes you know about?
Think
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B
A
A
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Think
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B
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A
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Think
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B
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A
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Think
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B
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A
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white
red
gray
black
behind bars
illegal
get away with
outrageous
punished
fundamental
collegues
legitimate
imprisoned
offence
Subject
had
past participle
I had just ____ the car, when it began to rain.

She had already ___ a job by the time Bembos called her back.

He had ___ cooking dinner when his wife arrived.

By the time we got to the party, everyone had ___.
Check out grammar page
What would you do if the combi cobrador gave you change for twenty and you only gave him five soles?
What would you do?
If _ then_
It seems to me_
If _ were_
_ should just
Don't you think _ ought to_
Look at it this way-
_ should probably_
What kind of crime is the biggest problem in your city?
Have you ever witnessed a crime?
What kind? What Happened?
Think
B
B
A
A
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Pair
Think
B
B
A
A
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Pair
trouble maker
disorderly conduct
robbery
hold up
kidnappers
abducted
kidnapped
What happened? Were the criminals arrested?
What are some of the dumbest criminals
or crimes you have heard of?
apprehend prankster
investigation
terrorize
conduct an
charge
mastermind
law enforcement officials
capture
Think
B
B
A
A
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Pair
Would you buy traveler's insurance?
Why or why not?
What is travelers insurance?
Sunway Traveler's Insurance Report of loss or theft
Name:

Date of incident: Location:
Items lost/stolen: Brand: Value:

Describe the circumstances of the loss/theft:
Write a narrative paragraph that you could use for an insurance report. Focus on providing only relevant information about sequences of events as the occurred. Use one of the situations pictured, or create your own.
What do you spend your money on?
reward
booked
priced
estimated
paid
pay off
benefits
splurge
make ends meet
maxed out
get finances in order
run out
sustain
get out of debt
sticking to a budget
squander
paycheck to paycheck
put away
invest
charge
Prefixes

over-

under-
too much

too little
Belief:
Topic sentence:
Reason:
Example:
Reason:
Example:
Reason:
Example:
Who is in your family?
http://youtu.be/bsy63rQvC08
What do you know about identity theft?
Gerunds:
Infinitives:
(verb)-ing
to (verb)
can be used as the
Subject
Direct object
Indirect object
can be used as the
Direct object
Indirect object
Running
is healthy.
Bob likes
running
.
I tired of
running
.
Suzy likes
to run
.
She look for someone
to run
with her.
Don't look a gift horse in the mouth.
Don't count your chickens before they're hatched.
A bird in hand is worth two in the bush.
Have you ever lived in another country?
What are some reasons why people would live in another country?
Do you know anyone who has worked over seas?
Where did they go?
What did they do?
Are they still there or have they returned home?
1.
2.
persuasion
What are effective methods?
Logic
Emotion
Character
Persuade the reader to agree with your opinion.

Give reasons and examples to help readers understand those reasons


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Can you talk for one minute?
What are things you can say while you are thinking of what to say next?
Well...
Let's see...
Uh...
You know...
Make suggestions using the expressions and grammar from the unit.
Verb +
Gerund
Verb +
Infinitive
Verb +
Preposition
+
Gerund
Be +
Adjective
+
Preposition
+
Gerund
Use chart on p.92 and grammar notes
How have families changed?
What do you think the reading will be about?
WHY?
Defining
Non-defining
Necessary information
for identification
Extra information
(not necessary for identification)
No commas
Commas
Look at the man
who is stealing a wallet!
Bill
,
who is an accountant
,
hates his job.
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