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Entertaining Clients
Entertaining Clients
Entertaining Clients
Entertaining Clients
Entertaining Clients
Entertaining Clients
Entertaining Clients
Entertaining Clients
Entertaining Clients
Entertaining Clients
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  • 1. Entertaining Clients Unit 16
  • 2.
    • Diskusjon/samtale mellom to kandidater (2 = 5 min, 3=7min)
    • Eksaminator gir en kort beskrivelse av en situasjon
    • Kandidatene får noen stikkord/bilder og ca 30 sek til å tenke igjennom emnet.
    Exam skills - speaking
  • 3.
    • Denne delen av muntlig eksamen skal teste evnen til å utrykke synspunkter, si seg enig/uenig med og lytte og svare på det den andre sier.
    • Viktig at det veksles på hvem som snakker
      • Når du har uttrykt et synspunkt skal du spørre etter den andres synspunkt.
  • 4. Expressing opinions:
    • What do you think about…..
    • I think you’re right…
    • Yes, that’s true…
    • I’m not sure I agree…
    • Maybe, but…
    • How about….
    • I think…
    • But don’t you think…
    • My feeling is….
    Ask your partner’s opinion 1, 6 Give your opinion 7, 9 Agree with your partner 2, 3 Disagree with your partner 4, 5 Persuade (overtale) your partner 8
  • 5.  
  • 6.  
  • 7. Getting Started
    • What is important when choosing a restaurant?
    • Task 1 and 2 on page 70
      • Choose three things from the list
      • Compare with a partner using vocabulary from exam skill practice.
  • 8. Describing Food
    • Du kan forklare ved å si hva slags mat det er
      • It’s a sort of/kind of/type of
    • Du kan forklare hvordan det smaker ved hjelp av et adjektiv
      • It tastes salty/ it’s salty
    • Eller du kan forklare hvordan det smaker ved å sammenligne
      • It tastes like chicken
    • Du kan forklare hvordan det er laget.
      • It’s grilled/baked/fried
  • 9. Vocabulary Bitter Stekt Skalldyr Søt Kjedelig Urt Sur Bitter Fried Shellfish Sweet Bland Herb Sour Bakt Kokt Rå Krydder Bær Dessert Ovnsstekt Krydret Baked Boiled Raw Spice Berry Dessert Roasted Spicy
  • 10.  
  • 11. Pause
  • 12. Grammar workshop
    • Countable nouns:
      • Har både entall og flertallsformer
      • Har ”a” foran i entall
        • a tree… two trees; a man… men; a pony… ponies
        • How many words/pages/chairs?
        • A few minutes/friends/chips?
    • Uncountable nouns:
      • Har ikke ”a” foran i entall
      • Har ikke flertallsform
        • We cannot say: two funs, three advices or five furnitures
        • How much money/time/milk? (Not How many? )
        • A little help/effort. (Not A few. )
  • 13. Task 1 page 71 Garden – drink – lemon juice – cheese – soup – mushrooms – cutlet – vegetables Tagliatelle – onion - spinach - cream – dish – carrots – beans – pasta – sauce - salt Salad Places View Uncountable Countable (plural) Countable (Singular)
  • 14. Task 1 page 71 Salad Lemon juice Cheese Soup Tagliatelle Spinach Cream Pasta Sauce Salt Places Mushrooms Vegetables Carrots Beans View Garden Drink Cutlet Dish Onion Uncountable Countable (plural) Countable (Singular)
  • 15. Task 2 and 3 Expressions of quantity
    • Countable
      • A lot of
      • A great many
      • Some
      • Several
      • A few
      • Any
      • Many
    • Uncountable
      • A lot of
      • A great deal of
      • Some
      • A little
      • Any
      • Much
    Task 4 on page 71 

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