4A Back to school, aged 35
1 a, b
Page 150/1, 2, 3 EDUCATION
HW: Your education (questions + answers)
3A - MODERN MANNERS
2 a, b, c, d
page 134 - Grammar bank 3A (MUST, HAVE TO, SHOULD) exercise a, b
3 a, b, c
HW 1: Mobile phone questionnaire - questions and answers (p. 36)
HW 2: Manners or the law? (p. 37 - in the purple box)
Making sentences with:
You should / You shouldn't............. (for manners)
You have to / mustn't.............. (for the law)
page 38/4 READING - CULTURE SHOCK a, b, c, d, e
Reading 5 a, b - answering the questions
6 - Do people do these things in your country? Do you think it is good or bad manners to do these things, or doesnt it matter?
HW: Think about the differences between the Deaf vs hearing culture
Nemoc studentky - omluvena
3B - JUDGING BY APPEARANCES
Page 40/1 - reading
a, b, c, d, e
Do I really look like this? Reading the article.
Page 41 How words work - LOOK x LOOK LIKE
HOMEWORK for Friday 19th March:
LOOK x LOOK LIKE
Complete the sentences:
He is forty but he only ______________ thirty.
What is that building? It ________________ a factory.
Your boss ________________ a nice person. Is she?
This cake _________________ delicious but it is horrible.
VOCABULARY - DESCRIBING PEOPLE
Page 149 - Vocabulary bank
Oprava HW z minule hodiny
Page 41/3B 2 a) Vocabulary
Page 149 - DESCRIBING PEOPLE
2) Height and build
4) General adjectives
Page 41/3B 2 b)
Reading 3.5 Which one is the bank robber?
Page 42/4 GRAMMAR - must, may, might, can't (deduction)
Page 134 Grammar Bank 3B - explanation
1) Describe a member of your family or a famous person (actor, actress) to identify.
a) Match the sentences
b) Complete with might (not), must, or can't.
3) Watch the film "Pretty Woman" with English subtitles
Preparation for the mid-term test.
UNIT 3 and 4 revision - vocabulary, grammar.
Obligation/necessity: have to/must (+infinitive]
No obligation/necessity: don't have to
Prohibition: mustn't (+infinitive)
Advice or opinion: should/shouldn't (+infinitive)
When you are SURE something is TRUE: must
When you THINK something is POSSIBLY TRUE: may/might
When you are SURE something is IMPOSSIBLE/NOT TRUE: can't
Can, could, be able to (+infinitive) - ability and possibility
First conditional and future time clauses + when, until, before, after, as soon as...
Second conditional sentences: if + past simple, would/wouldn't + infinitive
Usually (present habits and states)
Used to (past habits and states)
Page 68/1 a, b, c
Page 138/Grammar Bank 5A
Large quantities - a lot of , lots of, a lot, many, much, plenty of time
Small quantities - a little, a few, very little, very few
Zero quantity - There isnt any, There is no room..., None
More than you need or want - too big, too much, too many
Less than you need - enough, frequent enough
Are you happy with your work-life balance?
How much time do you have......?
to do exercise
to see friends
to be with your family
How much.............. do you have?
Page 70/4 Reading & Vocabulary
a, b, c
Slow down, you move too fast
Page 71/5 a - Vocabulary
5B - Same planet, different worlds
Page 72/1 Grammar - articles: a/an, the, no article
Page 138 - Grammar bank 5B
articles. a/an, the, no article
exercise 5B a, b
a, c, d
How words work:
on the other hand
Page 74/a, b, d
Page 75/6 a
Page 76/1 a, 2a
Do you know anybody who......
- is applying for a job? What kind of job?
- has just retired? How old is he/she?
- has been promoted recently? What to?
- does a lot of overtime? Why?
- was sacked from his/her job? Why?
- is self-employed? What does he/she do?
- is doing a temporary job? What?
- has a part-time job? What hours does he/she work?
Page 77 3 a, d
Page 138 Grammar Bank 5C
Gerunds and infinitives
Use the gerund (verb + -ing)
Use the infinitive (+to)
Use the infinitive (without to)
Exercise Page 139/5C a, b
Page 78/4 a
Page 81/5 c, d Formal letters and a CV
VOCABULARY BANK page 152/WORK
REVISION page 82, 83 - What do you remember?