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CHAPTER 11

REVIEW LESSON

A. WHAT APPOINTMENTS DID


MR. MORGAN HAVE LAST
THURSDAY & FRIDAY?
- I have to see someone at the office at 2:00
3:00
1. appointment
- I have two appointments
- I have three appointments tomorrow.
- What about you?
2. appointment
calendar

- Susan - his wifes first name or last name?


- Whose birthday?
- Whose appointment calendar?

3. going to

- What is Mr. Morgan going to do?


- Who ... going to see?
- Who ... going to have lunch with?
dinner
go to theater with

*B. TALK TO ME ABOUT


YOUR LESSONS
4. *What for?

5. What ... for?

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QUESTIONS AND SUMMARY


Are you going to come to the school next ...?
What for?
- to take English lessons
- to listen to a cassette
- to write my exercises
- to buy ...
- go to a restaurant for?
drugstore
bookshop

6. almost ... oclock


finished

What time is it now?


Its not ... oclock. Its almost ... oclock.
nearly
- Is the lesson almost finished?
day
month
No, its only ...
- Do I have $10. in my hand?
7. nearly
No, I have nearly $10.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------*B Review time, days of the week, and the date. Drill the pasts - by asking about the students last lesson.
CAME BY .../ON FOOT
STARTED
GOT HERE AT
FINISHED
BROUGHT
LEFT
WORKED

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- How many lessons a week?


- Last week I had ...
- Next week Im going to have ...
- When?
- At / what time?
- Which classroom?
- same / different teacher
- How long? start
finish
last
coffee between lessons
8. brought
9. *want me to ...
him
her
10. *ask us to ...
them
11.*I see (I understand)

- What did you bring to the last lesson?


I
- want me to speak slowly
you to listen
ask / answer
- ask him to tell
her to come
them to show
Do you understand the answer?
Yes, I understand.
OR
Yes, I see.

12. Sure! (Yes)


Right!

Your name is ..., right?


Yes, thats right!
OR
Sure!
You are coming here tomorrow night?
Right!

13. *everybody
*nobody
*anybody
*somebody

- all the people - everybody speaks English


- nobody speaks Russian here
- anybody in the other classrooms?

C. ROLE PLAY

14. impossible
possible

15. *another time

STUDENT CANT COME NEXT LESSON.


ASKING FOR ANOTHER APPOINTMENT.
- I cant come on Monday
OR
It is impossible for me to come.
- possible to get from here to ... in 5 minutes
- impossible to understand if ...
write all the exercises in...minutes
- Can you come another time? Sure!
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D. Practice with known verbs including can, have to, etc. Student
makes as many sentences as possible using variation from the
table.
16. make a sentence
E. PUB RESTAURANT
MENU

SUMMARY OF MEALS IN HOTEL


QUESTIONS ON MENU

17. is served

- breakfast is served at ...


from ...
till ...
- either fish or meat
- either fruit juice or soup

18. *a little
* a few
just (=only)

- just a little salt vs. a lot of


pepper
milk
- just a few potatoes
peas
- French restaurant
food
cooking
- American or Italian cooking at home
- like German cooking more than ...
less

19. cooking

F. ROLE PLAY
20. strong
weak

ORDERING DIFFERENT MEALS

46-46B

46-46B

- strong tea
- weak coffee
- whiskey
- vodka

G. TELL ME ABOUT
YOUR WORK
21. job

22. manager

- What kind of work OR What kind of job


- What time ... leave home?
- How ... to work?
- Where ... work?
- lunch time
- number of employees
- managers office
secretary

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- How many days a week?


- How many hours a week?
- When ... pay day?
- by check
in cash
- go to the bank
- a little money
a few dollars
H. MR.CARTERS FAMILY

- address
- street
- live
- work
- family: sister, brother, etc.
- About how old?
- clothes

I. ROLE PLAY

GOING SHOPPING

23. salesman
saleswoman
cashier
shopping bag

J. ROLE PLAY

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- asking for directions


- taking bus and subway
- buying writing paper, envelopes and stamps
- buying fruit - 1/4 pound
- directions in a big store
- pay the salesman
cashier
- take with you?
- shopping bag
- money
AT THE HOTEL

24. double room


single room
double bed
single bed

- getting a room
conversation at the hotel
room with bath
for two weeks
- most of the time
some
all the time

25. noise
noisy
quiet

- You dont like your room.


- Its on the second floor.
- You can hear the cars.

26. really (very)

- really noisy
quiet
difficult

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K. COMPARISON OF STUDENTS
CITY / COUNTRY AND U.S.
OR ENGLAND
QUESTIONS AND SUMMARY

27. *as big as


* as expensive as
etc.
Table: Student asks
questions, makes
affirmative and negative statements.

28. any time

any ...
anywhere
anyone
L. ROLE PLAY
29. (Am.) one way
(Am.) round trip
(Br.) return
(Br.) single

30. *more quickly

31. wait
waiting room

32. *(Am.) dining car


(Br.) restaurant car

- more / fewer people


- bigger / smaller salaries
- more / fewer factories
banks
- your country as big as the U.S.
as expensive as
- live in houses
apartments
- cheap / expensive
- any
not any
some drugstores
pubs, etc.
- opening and closing hours of stores and offices
- meal times
- Can you go shopping between 9 and 5 ? Yes
- Can you go shopping at 10, 11, 12?
- You can go shopping any time between 9 and 5.
- buy medicine in any drugstore
- sit anywhere in the class
- ask anyone the way
TAKING THE TRAIN

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- ticket office
- arrive
leave
track
- seats
next to the window
corridor
- express
- slow train
- English or French
- a plane or a train
- What do you do if you arrive early? Wait.
- Where?
- read
- smoke
- How much?
- good food
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M. ROLE PLAY

33. terrific

WE HAVE AN APPOINTMENT THIS EVENING


Would you like to have a drink?
dinner
go to the theater
movies
- time
place
directions to get there
- The film was very good - terrific!
book
play

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N. WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO - What do you think Im going to do ...?


DO AFTER THE LESSON?
- after the lesson
TOMORROW
tomorrow
THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW
on Sunday
TONIGHT
- Where are you now?
do you think youre going to be ...?
34. *the day after tomorrow
- the day after tomorrow
- tomorrow evening
O. REVIEW OF THE PAST

Q.A.Q. TECHNIQUE
... BOUGHT
... BROUGHT
... CAME
... DID
... GOT

LAST NIGHT

... LASTED

LAST WEEK

... LEFT

YESTERDAY

... SAID

THE DAY BEFORE


YESTERDAY

... SENT
... STAYED
... STARTED
... UNDERSTOOD
... WAS
... WERE

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