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  • U N I T 4 Lifestyle
  • Hi There!  Today we will:  Review what we did yesterday  Take a short quiz  Listen to a song about what would make someone happy  Review the homework  Look at comparatives, superlatives, and strong adjectives  Ask what you would rather do  Talk about holidays and traditional gifts  Go shopping  Listen to different ways of saying thank you  Learn about love
  • What did we do yesterday? Work with your partner and answer these questions: 1. Which one is correct? A) How to spell _____? B) How do you spell _______? 2. What are the past participle forms of the following: A) drive B) forget C) fall D) pick E) faint F) break 3. The name of yesterday’s song was: A) We are the Losers B) We are Terrible C) We are the Champions 4. Paul Potts grew up in what town in England? A) London B) Birmingham C) Bristol D) Liverpool 5. Translate the following vocabulary words: A) 衝浪 B) 暈倒 C) 拳頭戰鬥 D) 在公眾挖鼻孔 6. Are the following responses for good news or bad news? A) Oh dear B) Congratulations C) That’s a shame D) What a pity E) That’s terrific! F) That’s a nuisance
  • Unit 3 Short Quiz  You have 20 minutes for the quiz.  Part 1 is a Listening exercise.  Don’t forget to guess how many questions you will answer correctly.
  • Wouldn’t it be Nice? - the Beach Boys  Today’s unit is about what makes people happy. This is a song about people wishing for a perfect future together.  Each line of the worksheet has one extra word. As you listen to the song, cross out the word that doesn’t belong https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZVlVmv0K-pk Music Time
  • Did you do the homework? How many of these words from the article on page 28 do you know? Check with your partner. leisure activities significant lottery genetic satisfied pay scale colleague salary comparative
  • Did you do the homework? How many of these words from the article on page 28 do you know? Check with your partner. leisure activities - 休閒活動 significant - 重大的 lottery - 彩卷 genetic - 遺傳 satisfied - 滿意 pay scale - 薪級 colleague - 同事 salary - 薪水 comparative - 比較
  • Page 28 Part 2 What things affect how happy people feel? ___ 1. education level ___ 2. gender ___ 3. age ___ 4. having an interesting job or hobby ___ 5. friendships and marriage ___ 6. having children ___ 7. genes ___ 8. having lots of money ___ 9. having more money than colleagues ___ 10. something else
  • Page 28 Part 2 What things affect how happy people feel? ___ 1. education level ___ 2. gender ___ 3. age ___ 4. having an interesting job or hobby ___ 5. friendships and marriage ___ 6. having children ___ 7. genes ___ 8. having lots of money ___ 9. having more money than colleagues ___ 10. something else
  • Page 29 Part 7 Complete the questions with the comparative forms of the adjectives 1. ________ ________ 2. ________ 3. ________ 4. ________ 5. ________ 6. ________
  • Page 29 Part 7 Complete the questions with the comparative forms of the adjectives 1. happier higher 2. older 3. better 4. more important 5. more satisfied 6. lower
  • Page 29 Part 7 & 8 Part 7: Ask your partner questions 1 - 6 Part 8: Ask questions 3 and 4  The phrase “Which would you like…” is similar in meaning to “Would you rather…”  These types of questions ask people to decide between two or more possibilities.
  • Page 30 - Gifts and holidays  What are these holidays? Lantern Festival Tomb Sweeping Day Dragon Boat Festival Mid-Autumn Festival National Day/Double Tenth Day (Double Ten) Ghost Festival (Ghost Month) Are there special gifts or foods during these holidays? Give some examples. In groups of 4, answer the questions in Parts 1 & 2
  • Page 30 - Listening Part 3: Listen to people talking about the gifts in Part 2 Speaker Photo Give Receive Speaker 1 Speaker 2 Speaker 3 Speaker 4 Speaker 5
  • Page 30 - Listening Part 3: Listen to people talking about the gifts in Part 2 Speaker Photo Give Receive Speaker 1 E yes no Speaker 2 B yes no Speaker 3 D no yes Speaker 4 A no yes Speaker 5 C no yes
  • Page 30 - Listening Part 4: Listen to the first two speakers again and answer the questions 1. Why can’t the first speaker give expensive gifts to customers?
  • Page 30 - Listening Part 4: Listen to the first two speakers again and answer the questions 1. Why can’t the first speaker give expensive gifts to customers? Because it’s against the law.
  • Page 30 - Listening Part 4: Listen to the first two speakers again and answer the questions 2. What did his agent tell him to do with the sweatshirts, and why? The agent said to take them home again because the company name and logo were too big.
  • Page 30 - Listening Part 4: Listen to the first two speakers again and answer the questions 3. Who did he give the sweatshirts to, and how did they react (反應)? He gave them to the cleaner in the hotel, and she gave him a big smile.
  • Page 30 - Listening Part 4: Listen to the first two speakers again and answer the questions 4. Who made the glass vase, and why? A glass factory in the speaker’s town, because the company wanted something special to celebrate their tenth anniversary.
  • Page 30 - Listening Part 4: Listen to the first two speakers again and answer the questions 5. Why was it a problem on the journey to Korea? The vase was very heavy and she had to carry it through three airports.
  • Page 30 - Listening Part 4: Listen to the first two speakers again and answer the questions 6. Why was the vase a good gift? It was a good gift because it was high quality and came from her city.
  • Page 30 - Listening Part 5: Listen to next two speakers again and complete the sentences 1. But _____ _____ gift I had came from my friends in the post room. 2. It was _____ _____ _____ gift but it’s the one I enjoy the most. 3. I didn’t care because _____ _____ _____ people in my field were there. 4. It’s _____ _____ necklace I own.
  • Page 30 - Listening Part 5: Listen to next two speakers again and complete the sentences 1. But the best gift I had came from my friends in the post room. 2. It was the least expensive gift but it’s the one I enjoy the most. 3. I didn’t care because the most important people in my field were there. 4. It’s the prettiest necklace I own.
  • Part 6: Listen to the final speaker again. 1. What was the speaker’s most unusual gift this Christmas? 2. Who paid for the goat, and who received it? 3. What did his wife think? 4. What did he think? Page 30 - Listening
  • Part 6: Listen to the final speaker again. 1. What was the speaker’s most unusual gift this Christmas? 2. Who paid for the goat, and who received it? 3. What did his wife think? 4. What did he think? 1. A picture of a goat. 2. His sister paid for it and an African family received it. 3. She thought her sister- in-law was crazy. 4. He through it was better than what he usually gets. Page 30 - Listening
  • Page 30 Grammar Part 7: Comparative and superlative adjectives Comparing two things? Comparative Comparing three or more things? Superlative Note: When you use superlatives, you usually use the A: My roommate is a big idiot. B: Well, my roommate is a bigger idiot than him. C: Hah! my roommate is the biggest idiot of all! If you want to review, check page 173 in your student book.
  • Page 32 Part 4: Listen and fill in the chart Thanking Responding 1 Yellow is _____! It’s _____ _____ I _____. I love it. Oh, I’m so _____. Does it _____? 2 I was very _____ and I think I spoke too fast, but it’s very _____ of you to _____ _____. No, no, _____ _____ _____. It was really very good. 3 Are you _____ that’s all right? I’ll _____ _____ _____ as soon as I can. Thank you so much! Don’t _____ _____. We’re happy we can help. 4 Oh, wow! You’re a _____. No problem. I’m going your way, _____. 5 Oh, it’s _____ but you _____ _____ _____ go to all this _____. You’re _____. Now take a deep breath…
  • Page 32 Part 4: Listen and fill in the chart Thanking Responding 1 Yellow is perfect! It’s just what I wanted. I love it. Oh, I’m so glad. Does it fit? 2 I was very nervous and I think I spoke too fast, but it’s very kind of you to say so. No, no, not at all. It was really very good. 3 Are you sure that’s all right? I’ll pay you back as soon as I can. Thank you so much! Don’t mention it. We’re happy we can help. 4 Oh, wow! You’re a lifesaver. No problem. I’m going your way, anyway. 5 Oh, it’s lovely but you didn’t have to go to all this trouble. You’re welcome. Now take a deep breath…
  • Activity: 11 words On the back of your “Wouldn’t it be nice?” music paper, write down 11 words of the types shown on the right. 1. ____________ (verb+ing) 2. ____________ (day of the week) 3. ____________ (adjective) 4. ____________ (adjective) 5. ____________ (classmate’s name) 6. ____________ (place) 7. ____________ (verb) 8. ____________ (animal) 9. ____________ (female classmate) 10. ____________ (verb) 11. ____________ (your English name)
  • Page 25 - Thank you email Part 11: Put the 11 words into the email. When you finish, read your email to your partner. Dear Chris, Thank you so much for __1__ me to your home last ___2__. It was very ___3__ of you. The meal was __4___ and I really enjoyed meeting __5___. When you come to ___6__, you must allow me to __7___ your hospitality (招待). I would like to cook __8___ for you. Please say thank you to ___9__ for me. It was very kind of her to ___10__. Once again, thank you so much. ___11__.
  • Pages 34 & 35 How many of these words do you know? Work with a partner and look up any words you aren’t sure of. energetic determined innovative motivated optimistic stupid Part 5: complete the article about entrepreneurs using the words above. 1. _____________ 2. _____________ 3. _____________ 4. _____________ 5. _____________ 6. _____________
  • Page 34 How many of these words do you know? Work with a partner and look up any words you aren’t sure of. energetic determined innovative motivated optimistic stupid Part 5: complete the article about entrepreneurs using the words above. 1. innovative 2. stupid 3. optimistic 4. energetic 5. determined 6. motivated
  • Page 35 - Love! What about these words? How many of them do you know? Help each other with any words you might not know. reliable intelligent tidy patient good listener honest helpful loyal polite well-educated wealthy generous tolerant kind helpful good sense of humor talkative stingy sporty outgoing introverted attractive Using the words above choose the three most important qualities in an ideal boyfriend / girlfriend.
  • T O D A Y W E : Reviewed what we did yesterday Took a short quiz Listened to a song about what would make someone happy Reviewed the homework Looked at comparatives, superlatives, and strong adjectives Asked what you would rather do Talked about holidays and traditional gifts Went shopping Listened to different ways of saying thank you Learned about love Thanks, everyone!
  • Take a break and have some fun!