Your SlideShare is downloading. ×
Practical English  2
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Thanks for flagging this SlideShare!

Oops! An error has occurred.

×

Saving this for later?

Get the SlideShare app to save on your phone or tablet. Read anywhere, anytime - even offline.

Text the download link to your phone

Standard text messaging rates apply

Practical English 2

3,190
views

Published on

Forms of address, pronunciation, UK/USA vocabulary. To accompany New English File video.

Forms of address, pronunciation, UK/USA vocabulary. To accompany New English File video.


0 Comments
3 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
3,190
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
2
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
227
Comments
0
Likes
3
Embeds 0
No embeds

Report content
Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
No notes for slide

Transcript

  • 1. "PRACTICAL ENGLISH" At the conference hotel ... page 24
  • 2. Mark and Allie in San Francisco
  • 3. con ference / konfərəns /
  • 4. ho tel / həʊˡtel /
  • 5. check in ... check out
    • an airport check-in
    • a supermarket checkout
  • 6. check in ... check out
    • .... .... .... .... .... ....
    • When you arrive, you check in.
  • 7. check in ... check out
    • When you leave, you check out.
    • When you arrive, you check in.
  • 8. ‘ sir’ and ‘madam’
    • / sɜː / / mædəm /
    • sir = a gentleman
    • madam = a lady
    • FORMAL USE
    • “ Excuse me, sir.”
    • “ Good evening, madam.”
  • 9. Sir Sean
    • Photo of Sir Sean Connery.
    • He became a ‘knight’ in 2000.
  • 10. Dame Elizabeth
    • Dame Elizabeth Taylor was honoured in  2000 .
    • This photo was taken in 2007.
  • 11. Mrs or Ms ?
    • Miss Scarlett - She’s single.
    • Mrs White / ˡ mɪsɪz / She’s married.
  • 12. Mrs or Ms ?
    • Miss Scarlett - She’s single.
    • Mrs White / ˡ mɪsɪz / She’s married.
    • Mr Black (Mister) He can be single or married.
  • 13. Mrs or Ms ?
    • Miss Scarlett - She’s single.
    • Mrs White / ˡ mɪsɪz / She’s married.
    • Mr Black (Mister) He can be single or married.
    • Ms Gray / mɪz / She can be single or married. Its use became popular in the 70s.
  • 14.  
  • 15. UK - USA
    • hol iday
    • va ca tion
  • 16. UK - USA
    • holiday
    • car park
    • vacation
    • par king lot
  • 17. UK - USA
    • holiday
    • car park
    • lift
    • vacation
    • parking lot
    • el evator
  • 18. UK - USA
    • holiday
    • car park
    • lift
    • ma dam
    • vacation
    • parking lot
    • elevator
    • ma’am
  • 19. chips
  • 20. UK - USA
    • holiday
    • car park
    • lift
    • madam
    • chips
    • vacation
    • parking lot
    • elevator
    • ma’am
    • French fries
  • 21. crisps
  • 22. UK - USA
    • holiday
    • car park
    • lift
    • madam
    • chips
    • crisps
    • vacation
    • parking lot
    • elevator
    • ma’am
    • French fries
    • chips
  • 23. Match them up!
    • car park
    • chips
    • crisps
    • holiday
    • lift
    • madam
    • chips
    • elevator
    • French fries
    • ma’am
    • parking lot
    • vacation
  • 24. UK - USA
    • car park
    • chips
    • crisps
    • holiday
    • lift
    • madam
    • parking lot
    • French fries
    • chips
    • vacation
    • elevator
    • ma’am
  • 25. Memory Test
    • parking lot
    • French fries
    • chips
    • vacation
    • elevator
    • ma’am
    • ______
    • ______
    • ______
    • ______
    • ______
    • ______
  • 26. UK - USA
    • car park
    • chips
    • crisps
    • holiday
    • lift
    • madam
    • parking lot
    • French fries
    • chips
    • vacation
    • elevator
    • ma’am
  • 27.  
  • 28. What’s this kind of fish called?
  • 29. It’s called / tjuːnə /
  • 30. How do you spell tjuːnə ?
  • 31. t-u-n-a / tjuːnə /
  • 32. What’s this kind of bread called?
  • 33. It’s w h ole w heat bread
  • 34. Whole
    • A piece of cake.
    • A whole cake.
  • 35. Wheat
  • 36. How do you pronounce it?
  • 37. w h ole w heat / həʊl wiːt /
  • 38.  
  • 39. English File Multi-ROM
    • Use your CD-ROM to watch the video on your computer.
  • 40. English File Multi-ROM See you later, pals!