Unit Four
                                       Grammar: Past Simple
Pre-Intermediate English

                          ...
Vocabulary Top 1000. (1-250)
new -      ______

give   -   _______

part - a computer is made of many parts: monitor, keyb...
Conversation
               Where are they?
               What are they doing?
               What do they show to the ch...
1. Check-in:     Can I have your ticket and ID, please.
2. Passenger:    Yes, here they are.
3. Check-in:     Thank you. P...
Check-in:    Can I have your ticket and ID, please.
Passenger:   Yes, here they are.
Check-in:    Thank you. Please put yo...
Fluency Practice
Answer the following questions with as much information as possible
Fluency Practice
Answer the following questions with as much information as possible



         How do you feel at airpor...
Fluency Practice




Do you like checking-in?
   Why / Why not?
Fluency Practice
Answer the following questions with as much information as possible




Do you read newspapers
  when you...
Fluency Practice
Answer the following questions with as much information as possible




                     Do you like ...
Fluency Practice
Answer the following questions with as much information as possible




     What kind of plane do you li...
Fluency Practice
Answer the following questions with as much information as possible




  Do you like flying?
   Why / Wh...
Fluency Practice
Answer the following questions with as much information as possible




        Do you have many
        ...
Fluency Practice
                                                  Bag Lady
Answer the following questions with as much in...
Match the words with the pictures




                   1

                                    2   4
                    ...
What happens?




 take off – the plane leaves the ground
 hand luggage – bags that you can carry in your hands onto the p...
Understanding the Main Idea

   Read Part One of the article. Answer the questions.
Understanding the Main Idea

   Read Part Two of the article. Answer the questions.
Fill the Gaps

   Read Part Three of the article. Use the words to fill the gaps.




    (Continued…/) Passengers on the ...
True or False
  Read Part Four of the article. Which sentences are True (T) or False (F)?




     armed - police with guns
Language




           one metre
Vocabulary



             passenger

             flight attendant

             pilot
More Vocabulary
American English uses the word 'airplane'.
British English uses 'aeroplane'.
We often talk about 'planes.'...
a flat sea




The tool box folds out and
folds in
cockpit   engine   wheel   wing   window   tail
This is your crossword.
I can not see your crossword.

Give me the clues but don’t
say the words!


I ask “What is 6 acros...
no emphasis

           emphasis

        MORE EMPHASIS

       Strong Emphasis

    Stronger Emphasis

VERY VERY STRONG E...
This is the book

“The Master and Margarita”


This is the front ______ of the book.
Most Common Expressions
English Expression 1.


It’s a piece of cake = It’s very very easy
Example: He said it was a diffi...
Knowing how
                           to drive a car
Pre-Intermediate English


                                Language ...
Discussion




   Look at these words. What do they mean?

   Manual car
   Automatic car
Now describe the pictures.
5
                                      2
                                          4

                                   ...
Car Thief Can't Drive
EDMONTON, Alberta Fri Jan 3 (Reuters) - Two Canadians learned that
knowing how to drive a car is imp...
Language
   Read this sentence: “Two Canadians learned that knowing how to drive
                       a car is important...
Language in Use
Word Find
Thank you for coming to the lesson today.
          I hope you had fun.       In a Crate
                                 ...
Match the words with the pictures.




 crate     investigator         a pair of eyes   deliveryman
You are going on a long trip. Which is the best way to travel?
Why?
       by car
       by train
       by plane

You wan...
Vocabulary Top 1000 (1-250)

                                                     German and Italian cars differ
to differ...
Vocabulary Top 1000 (1-250)

                 This is the weekly magazine Vanity Fair.

                 This week has Ang...
Most Common Expressions
It’s very very easy
      or….
Most Common Expressions

English Expression 2.


to be sick and tired of something
Example:

I'm sick and tired of my job....
Reading Activities: Understanding the Main Idea
  Read the headline and the first paragraph of today’s article.
  Answer t...
Listen to the first sentence of the article. Were you right?




save a little money
Making Questions
Ordering Events
Understanding Detail
Language

   Him is a personal pronoun. It is used in the article instead of the words
   ‘the man’ (Investigators are now...
Memory

   Man Travels In Air Crate By Plane To Dallas
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  1. 1. Unit Four Grammar: Past Simple Pre-Intermediate English Vocabulary: airport, car and travel words, prepositions of place
  2. 2. Vocabulary Top 1000. (1-250) new - ______ give - _______ part - a computer is made of many parts: monitor, keyboard, hard disk etc. place - somewhere, a location. “Your city is an interesting place” after - ________ back - ________ little - _________
  3. 3. Conversation Where are they? What are they doing? What do they show to the check-in staff? Read the first part of the conversation: Check-in: Can I have your ticket and ID, please. Passenger: Yes, here they are. Check-in: Thank you. Please put your bags here. Passenger: Okay. Where are they? What are they doing?
  4. 4. 1. Check-in: Can I have your ticket and ID, please. 2. Passenger: Yes, here they are. 3. Check-in: Thank you. Please put your bags here. 4. Passenger: Okay. 5. 6. 7. Check-in: Okay. Here is your boarding card. Your plane leaves from Gate 4. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Passenger: Great. Thank-you for your help. 13. 14. a. Passenger: No, I don't. b. Check-in: Have a good flight. c. Check-in: Do you have any carry-on luggage? d. Passenger: How do I get to Gate 4? e. Passenger: Thanks. And I want to buy a newspaper. Where is there a newsstand? f. Check-in: Take the elevator to the second floor. Then follow the signs to Gate 4. g. Check-in: There's a newsstand next to Burger King. h. Passenger: Thanks again. Bye.
  5. 5. Check-in: Can I have your ticket and ID, please. Passenger: Yes, here they are. Check-in: Thank you. Please put your bags here. Passenger: Okay. Check-in: Do you have any carry-on luggage? Passenger: No, I don't. Check-in: Okay. Here is your boarding card. Your plane leaves from Gate 4. Passenger: How do I get to Gate 4? Check-in: Take the elevator to the second floor. Then follow the signs to Gate 4. Passenger: Thanks. And I want to buy a newspaper. Where is there a newsstand? Check-in: There's a newsstand next to Burger King. Passenger: Great. Thank-you for your help. Check-in: Have a good flight. Passenger: Thanks again. Bye. Are the woman and the passenger friends? How does the woman ask for the passenger's ID and ticket? How does the passenger ask where Gate 4 is? How does the woman say good-bye?
  6. 6. Fluency Practice Answer the following questions with as much information as possible
  7. 7. Fluency Practice Answer the following questions with as much information as possible How do you feel at airports?
  8. 8. Fluency Practice Do you like checking-in? Why / Why not?
  9. 9. Fluency Practice Answer the following questions with as much information as possible Do you read newspapers when you are flying? Why / Why not?
  10. 10. Fluency Practice Answer the following questions with as much information as possible Do you like airports?
  11. 11. Fluency Practice Answer the following questions with as much information as possible What kind of plane do you like? Why?
  12. 12. Fluency Practice Answer the following questions with as much information as possible Do you like flying? Why / Why not?
  13. 13. Fluency Practice Answer the following questions with as much information as possible Do you have many bags when you fly?
  14. 14. Fluency Practice Bag Lady Answer the following questions with as much information as possible Holds Up Plane Pre-Intermediate English Pre-Intermediate English Grammar: Prepositions Are check-in staff helpful? Vocabulary: Airplanes Reading: True/False questions Speaking: Discussion
  15. 15. Match the words with the pictures 1 2 4 3 5 6
  16. 16. What happens? take off – the plane leaves the ground hand luggage – bags that you can carry in your hands onto the plane
  17. 17. Understanding the Main Idea Read Part One of the article. Answer the questions.
  18. 18. Understanding the Main Idea Read Part Two of the article. Answer the questions.
  19. 19. Fill the Gaps Read Part Three of the article. Use the words to fill the gaps. (Continued…/) Passengers on the Cathay Pacific flight from ____________ to Tokyo waited for an ____________ while flight attendants tried to get the woman to put her ____________ handbag on the ____________ or in the overhead compartment. (Continued…/.)
  20. 20. True or False Read Part Four of the article. Which sentences are True (T) or False (F)? armed - police with guns
  21. 21. Language one metre
  22. 22. Vocabulary passenger flight attendant pilot
  23. 23. More Vocabulary American English uses the word 'airplane'. British English uses 'aeroplane'. We often talk about 'planes.' A tray is a flat thing that carries food or drink. It folds out from the seat in front. A locker is a small cupboard where you can put things. It can be above you. The emergency exit is where you go in a dangerous situation. Your seat is where you sit on the plane. The aisle is a way between a line of seats. Your hand luggage or carry-on luggage is what you take onto the plane with you. airport - a place with buildings where passengers get on and off planes and wait terminal - the place in the airport where passengers arrive and depart from gate - a door in an airport that passengers go through to get on or off their plane arrivals - the place in the airport where passengers come to from the plane departures - the place where passengers wait before they get onto (board) a plane runway - the place where planes take off and land
  24. 24. a flat sea The tool box folds out and folds in
  25. 25. cockpit engine wheel wing window tail
  26. 26. This is your crossword. I can not see your crossword. Give me the clues but don’t say the words! I ask “What is 6 across” You say “…. clue for 6 across” You ask “What is 1 down” I say “… clue for 1 down”
  27. 27. no emphasis emphasis MORE EMPHASIS Strong Emphasis Stronger Emphasis VERY VERY STRONG EMPHASIS
  28. 28. This is the book “The Master and Margarita” This is the front ______ of the book.
  29. 29. Most Common Expressions English Expression 1. It’s a piece of cake = It’s very very easy Example: He said it was a difficult problem, but I don't agree. It’s a piece of cake!
  30. 30. Knowing how to drive a car Pre-Intermediate English Language work: past simple Discussion: driving a car Reading: car theft Speaking: do you know how to…?
  31. 31. Discussion Look at these words. What do they mean? Manual car Automatic car
  32. 32. Now describe the pictures.
  33. 33. 5 2 4 1 3 Now listen to see if you are right.
  34. 34. Car Thief Can't Drive EDMONTON, Alberta Fri Jan 3 (Reuters) - Two Canadians learned that knowing how to drive a car is important when you want to steal one. Police said the two males stopped a pizza delivery man in Edmonton, Alberta, early on Wednesday. They demanded the four pizzas he was carrying as well as cash. The 17- and 18-year-old men then changed their minds and decided to steal the pizza delivery man's car. They jumped into the man's car. The 17-year-old tried to drive it but didn't know how to drive a manual car. The pair then got out of the car and took the cash and the pizzas. Police arrested the two men.
  35. 35. Language Read this sentence: “Two Canadians learned that knowing how to drive a car is important when you want to steal one.” To know how to do something means that someone has the knowledge to do something successfully. He or she can do it. e.g. I know how to drive a manual car = I can drive this kind of car. What are some things you know how to do? / Do you know how to?
  36. 36. Language in Use
  37. 37. Word Find
  38. 38. Thank you for coming to the lesson today. I hope you had fun. In a Crate Language work: pronouns Pre-Intermediate English Discussion: how best to travel If you have any comments or suggestions, in a crate Reading: travelling Memory: gapfill please Skype me: amartin85
  39. 39. Match the words with the pictures. crate investigator a pair of eyes deliveryman
  40. 40. You are going on a long trip. Which is the best way to travel? Why? by car by train by plane You want to send a computer to your friend. Which of these would you put it in? Why? in a crate in an envelope in a bag Here are three jobs. What do these people do? Which job is the best one? Why? an investigator a deliveryman/woman a pilot.
  41. 41. Vocabulary Top 1000 (1-250) German and Italian cars differ to differ – When two things differ because German cars have better it means they are not the same engines. to cause – To cause means to Smoking causes cancer make something happen to mean - What does ‘treadmill’ mean? = you want me to explain “treadmill” to spell - “Can you spell ‘treadmill’?” -- “Yes, T-R-E-A-D-M-I-L-L” add 2+2 = 4 multiply 2x3 = 6 subtract 4-2 = 2 divide 6÷3 = 2
  42. 42. Vocabulary Top 1000 (1-250) This is the weekly magazine Vanity Fair. This week has Angelina Jolie as the _____ girl. What is this dog doing? What is Elvis Presley doing in this picture?
  43. 43. Most Common Expressions It’s very very easy or….
  44. 44. Most Common Expressions English Expression 2. to be sick and tired of something Example: I'm sick and tired of my job. I want a holiday. I’m sick and tired of waiting at bus stops. I’m sick and tired of eating pasta and pizza. I’m sick and tired of working in a factory. I’m sick and tired of = I have done too much of something and I want to stop.
  45. 45. Reading Activities: Understanding the Main Idea Read the headline and the first paragraph of today’s article. Answer the questions. What is strange about the man’s trip? Why do you think he did this?
  46. 46. Listen to the first sentence of the article. Were you right? save a little money
  47. 47. Making Questions
  48. 48. Ordering Events
  49. 49. Understanding Detail
  50. 50. Language Him is a personal pronoun. It is used in the article instead of the words ‘the man’ (Investigators are now asking the man questions) Pronouns are used in place of nouns These pronouns are used when the pronoun is the subject of the sentence: I, you, he, she, it, we, they He saw the man in the crate They are asking the man questions about his trip These pronouns are used when the pronoun is used as the object of a verb or after a preposition: me, you, him, her, it, us, them They asked him about the crate The investigators asked the man to go with them to the police station
  51. 51. Memory Man Travels In Air Crate By Plane To Dallas

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