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Which sound do they have, 1 o r 2? Ma rk the sente nces T true o r F fal se. Look at the ty pica l 3 The painting shows their li ving pellings fo r these sound s. There arenext to on the right on the left in the middle two people. The woman is standing and the man is sitting. Describe your picture for your pa rtner to draw.
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I'll somebody up b Watch or liste n again. Say why the F sentences are fa lse. Thank you. I'm sorry to bother remember any o f the m issing words? Social English phrases How can I help you? I have a problem with the Wi-fi. I can't get a signal. Jenny Here you at last. I'm sorry sir. Rob It's to be here. I'll you through to IT. B I'll send somebody to look at it.
How dod Practise the dialogue in 2b with a part ner. A book open You are the receptionist. B book closed You are a guest. You have two problem s with your room D tell somebody about a problem e. A Offer to do something about B's problems. You begi n with Hello, reception.
D offer to do somethingf Swap roles. Last Oct ober I went on holiday to Thailand for two weeks with my girlfriend, Mia.
As k Wily? The holiday began well. But things went wrong when we left Bangkok. I wanted Which do you prefer? I wanted to experience staying in a hotel or apartment or going camping the local atmosphere but Mia just wanted to sunbathing, going sight seeing or going for walks go shoppin g. I thought I knew Mia very well, but you don't know a person hot, sunny weather or cool, cloudy weather until you travel with t hem.
It wa s awful! We argued about everything. It was like being in paradise. The weather was lovely and the beaches were wonderful, but wejust sunbath ed without speaking. We spent our last night back in Bangkok and we went f or a drink with some Australians. That was the end. A read abo ut Joe's ho liday. Find the next day we decided t o break up. Laura 26, a nurse c I'd love to go back 4 What was the weath er Iike? Last spring my best f riend Isabelle and to Venice one day I booked a holiday in Venice.
We rented but without Linda. Use questio n to help yo u. At th e last moment another friend, Linda, asked if she cou ld come too. We felt sorry for her because she had problems with her boyfriend, so w e said yes. In pairs, gues Venice was magical and the weather was perfect, but t he holiday was a the mean ing of the high Iightcd wo rd s a nd disaster f or one simple r eason: Linda was so mean! She has a goodj ob so phrases. W hose holiday do you thin k was she's not poor, but shejust didn't want to pay f or anything.
When we went worse? When we went on a gondola she complained that had a holiday th at it was very expensive. When we went to have lunch or yo u d idn't enjoy dinner she always wanted t o go to cheap restaurant s or ver y much?
W hat she bought pizzas and ate them in the flat. But the night I happe ned? The worst thing was that although Isabelle and I paid for the apartment , Linda never once bought us a coffee or a drink. I'd love to go back t o Venice one day Linda talking a bo ut the ho lidays. Firs t liste n to Mia. We wa lked a ro und th e town. What does Mia say about We sunbathed on tbe beach.
Then listen again.
Venice 2 w hat they did there p Regular past simple verbs 3 the cost of her holiday 4 her next holiday Remember that we don't normally pronounce the e in -ed. The -ed ending is usually pronounced it or ld'. The difference betweend Who do you sy mpathi ze w ith most, Joe or these endings is very small. Laura or Linda? We only pronounce the e in -ed when there is a t or a d before it, e.
What a re the questions? C heck your answers in Joe's text. JO with? What are the infinitives? Ask yo ur partner about his f her ho liday. S h ow inte rest in' h at in the two texts. H ow do you make B and IT! Then swap roles. How awful!
Was it expensive? What happened?
Learn mo r e about the past simple and practise it. I wanted to photograph Barack Obama and his family in the Conventiona Look at a pho to which news phorographer center, but when 1 got there 1discovered that 1didn't have To m Pilsto n took in What do you my press pass and 1 couldn't go inside. Although it was November. Were you The atmosphere was wonderful.
Somec Read it aga in a nd a nswer the questions.
They felt that it was their moment. People started laughing, shouting, and crying. Do you agree? D o they descri be actions that 2 a time e. W hat preposition do you use w ith? When I to ok thi s ph ot o everybody was looking at the TV screens waiting f or t he I a month e.
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