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Unit11 stories

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  • 1. Unit {10}stories
  • 2. Pro-test Homepage objective InstructionExit content
  • 3. Instruction content Exit
  • 4. InstructionHomepagePro-testobjective Exit
  • 5. objective In this chapter you are going to:Discussion. •Ask about past events. •Listen to details. • make a summary. •Narrate a story. •Write a story. • Exit
  • 6. content ConveIntrodu discus rsatio Pro-test ction sion n Exit
  • 7. IntroductiUnit 11 on stories Exit
  • 8. Exit
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  • 27. True Story: Days to Remember History of Sports. Good Old Barney. True Shark Tales.Detective: The Night Marry was Killed. Where is Mr. Hyde?Horror: DarknessAdventure: Ali BabaScience fiction: The Spaceship Planet 17 Exit The World of Robots.
  • 28. Student 1 : What were you doing at the bookshop last night?Student 2 : I was looking for an interesting adventure story.Student 1 : Did you find any?Student 2 : No,I didn’t. Do you like adventure stories?Student 1 : Yes, but I prefer horror stories.Student 2 : Theyre too scary for my liking.Student 1 : Do you like comedies? I can lend you one.Student 2 : No thanks, I think I’ll stick to adventure stories. Exit
  • 29. Past continuous S+ was/were + V(ing) •E.g I was reading a book • They were speaking • Exit
  • 30. I was reading a true story. What were you reading ?Were you reading? ( Yes, I was. / No,I wasn’t. ) She was reading a true story. What was she reading ?Was she reading? ( Yes, she was./No,she wasn’t. ) They were reading a true story. Exit What were they reading ?Were they reading? ( Yes, they were./No,they weren’t. )
  • 31. Complete: Pro-test It was so busy in the school library yesterday.Several studentswere standing (stand) in queue ….................to borrow some books . Others were sitting …………….….(sit) around a big table reading some books .The teacherwas speaking (speak ) quietly to ……….………some students . I ………………….. ( look ) for my was lookingfriend Sari , I thought he …………………………… ( was readingread ) there , but I couldn’t find him. Exit
  • 32. General questions:-What are the types of stories? True1)……………………… Adventure2)……………………… Horror3)………………………… Detective / Mystery4)…………………………… Exit
  • 33. A) Choose:1- Last Sunday, the students ( was– were )standing to borrow some books.2- I ( sit – sitting- was sitting ) on chair readingbooks yesterday.3- Yesterday, at 3 oclock Hind ( was – were)watching T V. Exit
  • 34. restudy
  • 35. The end

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