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Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
Esl Writing And Games
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Esl Writing And Games

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suggestions and ideas on how to match games and writing in an esl class.

suggestions and ideas on how to match games and writing in an esl class.

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  • 1. TopFlex 7 Unit one Phrasal verbs Presentation
  • 2. Phrasal verbs • Phrasal verbs are verbs which are followed by one or more particles. Looking forward to, look up, run out of • Phrasal verbs can be: • Literal – They keep the same meaning of the verb • When the bell rang all the kids ran out of the classroom and left school. • Idiomatic – They change the meaning of the original verb. Oh no! we run out of gas and the nearest gas station is five miles from here!
  • 3. PHRASAL VERBS  Meanings  Come up with create or produce  Come across find by accident  Look forward to to anticipate with pleasure  Look up try to find information in a book  Put up with tolerate  Run out of to finish  Take off to leave the ground (airplane)
  • 4. PHRASAL VERBS  Phrasal verbs can be:  Separable –They can be separated  Example: put off – put the meeting off  put off the meeting  put it off  never: put off it
  • 5. PHRASAL VERBS  Phrasal verbs can be:  Inseparable –They cannot be separated  Example: come across  I came across some pictures.  I came across them.  Never: I came some pictures across.
  • 6. Phrasal verbs Separable Inseparable • Take off – • Go out – Take your shoes off! The lights have gone out again! Cut off I can’t finish my report. I’m so hungry... Please cut a Come across piece of cake off for me. I came across some friends in Look up the mall yeasterday. Look some words up in the dictionary. Get along Take away – I get along well with my Take the dishes away, please. coworkers.
  • 7. Put up with run out of come across take off look up come up with look forward to •When I was walking the dog this morning I __________ across came a beautiful dress.
  • 8. Put up with run out of come across take off look up come up with look forward to • I am __________ meeting you. looking forward to
  • 9. Put up with run out of come across take off look up come up with look forward to Look up • __________ the new words____ in this dictionary. It is great!
  • 10. Put up with run out of come across take off look up come up with look forward to • I am not very creative, but Julia always _________ with comes up great solutions.
  • 11. Put up with run out of come across take off look up come up with look forward to • Because of the snow the plane _____________ until seven won’t take off o’clock tomorrow.
  • 12. Put up with run out of come across take off look up come up with look forward to • I can’t __________ this traffic put up with anymore. I spend more than an hour to get to work.
  • 13. Put up with run out of come across take off look up come up with look forward to •I was driving back home when ran out of the car __________ gas.
  • 14. Put up with run out of come across take off look up come up with look forward to •When I was walking the dog this morning I __________ a beautiful came across dress.
  • 15. Put up with run out of come across take off look up come up with look forward to • I am __________ meeting you. looking forward to
  • 16. Put up with run out of come across take off look up come up with look forward to Look up • __________ the new words____ in this dictionary. It is great!
  • 17. Put up with run out of come across take off look up come up with look forward to • I am not very creative, but Julia always comes up with great _________ solutions.
  • 18. Put up with run out of come across take off look up come up with look forward to • Because of the snow the plane _____________ until seven won’t take off o’clock tomorrow.
  • 19. Choose some phrasal verbs and make your own dictionary .

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