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Instructor: Tahani Al-Hamami
Who are your favorite heroes  and heroinesfrom books and     films?
What Will we Learn for Today?  Story (The Fire)  Key Expressions: Telling Stories  Tell us Your Story!  Time Expressio...
 Why did Tareq not hear the fire alarm? Why was he not very worried at first? How did they get to the fire escape? Why...
 suddenly                  to begin with in the end      by the time straightaway    so luckily         when anyw...
• Where were you?• What were you doing?• What happened?• What was your reaction?• What happened next?• Where did you go/Wh...
• yesterday   • soon• today       • a long time ago              • these days• tomorrow              • in the past• last w...
Pronunciation• Hat /æ/• Hard /ɑː/• Hate /eɪ/• Arrive /ə/
Telling stories
Telling stories
Telling stories
Telling stories
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  1. 1. Instructor: Tahani Al-Hamami
  2. 2. Who are your favorite heroes and heroinesfrom books and films?
  3. 3. What Will we Learn for Today?  Story (The Fire)  Key Expressions: Telling Stories  Tell us Your Story!  Time Expressions  Pronunciation
  4. 4.  Why did Tareq not hear the fire alarm? Why was he not very worried at first? How did they get to the fire escape? Why did Khaled break a window? Why did Mohamed change his mind about Khaled?
  5. 5.  suddenly  to begin with in the end  by the time straightaway  so luckily  when anyway  just then  while at first
  6. 6. • Where were you?• What were you doing?• What happened?• What was your reaction?• What happened next?• Where did you go/Where were you taken?• What happened in the end?• How did you feel afterwards?
  7. 7. • yesterday • soon• today • a long time ago • these days• tomorrow • in the past• last week • nowadays• this week • this morning• next week • at this time• now • later this evening
  8. 8. Pronunciation• Hat /æ/• Hard /ɑː/• Hate /eɪ/• Arrive /ə/
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