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    Module 3 Module 3 Presentation Transcript

    • MODULE 3 CONTENTS
    • UNITS 7 - 9: HEROES
      • Vocabulary :
      • ---Character and Personality Adjectives
      • --- Campaigns // Causes and Issues
      • Grammar :
      • --- Past Simple VS. Past Continuous
      • --- Use of Articles: a/an – the –zero article
    • CHARACTER & PERSONALITY
      • Read the descriptions below and fill in the
      • gaps to complete the adjectives from page
      • 25 (Student´s Book)
      • He is a soldier from the USA. He loves
      • fighting in times of war.
      • He is courageous when he has to protect his country, but he doesn´t care about killing enemies or destroying towns and villages where innocent people live.
    • HE IS…
      • C_ U _ _
      • AG_ RE_ _ IV _
      • B_ A_ E
      • He is rich and powerful, but he is never
      • happy with his life.
      • He always wants to have more and more
      • things, money and power.
    • HE IS…
      • A_ B_ T_O_S
      • She is a model housewife who spends the whole day doing all types of housework for her family.
      • She also likes reading love stories and starts crying as soon as she watches a good soap opera.
    • SHE IS…
      • H _ RD - WO_ K_ _G
      • R_ M_ N _ _ C
      • S_ N S _ T _ _ E
      • The Tibbetan monk Xiao Chang loves being in contact with nature and being relaxed most of the time.
      • He also treats visitors very politely and never tells lies to people
    • HE IS…
      • K_ N _
      • C _ L _
      • H_ N_ S _
      • Mother Teresa spent her life helping poor people, especially orphan children found in the streets of Calcuta.
      • She was also very clever and, from her heart, she gained a type of spiritual intelligence that isn´t found at any university.
    • SHE WAS…
      • G _ N _ R _ U S
      • W _ S _
    • CAMPAIGNERS
      • Fill in the gaps with the correct word from
      • the box below
      Election equal rights vote hunger strike meeting speech parliament protest march suffragette Rights
    • EMMELINE PANKHURST
      • Emmeline demanded --------- for women and men.
      • She worked with her husband for women´s ---------.
      • In 1903 she made a famous ----- at a public --------.
      • Whenever she was jailed, she went on ----
      • In 1903,Emmeline organised an important ----- in London.
      • She wanted to give women the right to vote, at least in the local ----
      • The British ---- finally granted the ----- to women.
      • She was called a -----because of the cause she defended.
    • PAST SIMPLE
      • A) Completed actions in the past
      • --- To talk about actions or events that started and finished in the past without connection with the present time
    • EXAMPLES
      • I saw a movie yesterday.
      • I didn't see a play yesterday.
      • Last year, I travelled to Japan.
      • Last year, I didn't travel to Korea.
      • Did you have dinner last night?
      • She washed her car.
      • He didn't wash his car.
      • B) A Series of Completed Actions
      • --- To talk about a series of completed actions in the past (the actions happened one after the other)
    • EXAMPLES
      • I finished work, walked to the beach, and found a nice place to swim.
      • He arrived from the airport at 8:00, checked into the hotel at 9:00, and met the others at 10:00.
      • Did you add flour, pour in the milk, and then add the eggs?
    • PAST CONTINUOUS
      • A) Interrupted actions in the past
      • --- To talk about an action in progress in the past that was suddenly interrupted by another past action.
    • EXAMPLES
      • I was watching TV when she called.
      • When the phone rang, she was writing a letter.
      • While we were having the picnic, it started to rain.
      • What were you doing when the earthquake started?
      • You were not listening to me when I told you to turn the oven off.
      • While John was sleeping last night, someone stole his car.
      • Sammy was waiting for us when we got off the plane.
      • B) Parallel past actions
      • --- To talk about two actions that were happening at the same time.
    • EXAMPLES
      • I was studying while he was making dinner.
      • While Ellen was reading , Tim was watching television.
      • Were you listening while he was talking ?
      • I wasn't paying attention while I was writing the letter, so I made several mistakes.
      • What were you doing while you were waiting ?
      • Thomas wasn't working , and I wasn't working either.
    • ARTICLES
      • A // AN
      • When it is not clear which person or thing we are talking about. ( = when we name or mention someone or something for the first time.
      • Eg: Paul went out of the house and saw a tall Japanese man in a red car.
      • When it doesn´t matter which person// thing we are talking about ( = any)
      • Eg: I have to write your phone numer now. I need a pen.
      • When we describe or refer to something or someone as an example of the whole group (as a collective noun)
      • Eg: A lion is an African animal. ( = lions are African animals)
      • THE
      • When it is clear which person or thing we are talking about. ( = when we name someone or something that we mentioned before (in the same text or conversation)
      • Eg: Sam loves a Russian girl. The girl is very beautiful.
      • ZERO ARTICLE (no article )
      • When we make generalizations with plural nouns
      • Eg: Teenagers hate tango.
      • When we make generalizations with uncountable nouns
      • Eg: Japanese people eat rice every day.
      • When we refer to languages
      • Eg: Can you speak Italian fluently?
    • MULTI – PART VERBS
      • SET UP : establish
      • TAKE PART : participate
      • PUT OFF : postpone
      • COME BACK : return