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Travel cities We learn describe the city We practice make, how to refuse, accept suggestions how to comparisons
Name the opposites quite -- ______  noisy clean --  ____________ dirty, polluted cheap -- _________ expensive old --  ____...
<ul><li>1.  The museum is a  tall  /   small  /  modern  /   </li></ul>heavy building. 2.  You can stay in a  luxurious  /...
Compare the cities Norwich Manchester London Norwich is a  noisy  city. Manchester is  noisier than  Norwich. London is th...
Read the statesments. London Edinburgh Agree or disagree as in the example. 1.  Edinburgh is smaller than London. 2.  Edin...
1.  Edinburgh is smaller than London. T That’s true. London isn‘t as small as Edinburgh. Actually, Edinburgh is much small...
3.  Edinburgh is noisier than London. F That’s false. Edinburgh isn‘t as noisy as London. Actually, Edinburgh is much quie...
Complete the phrase 1.  Would you like 2.  Let’s  3.  Why don’t we 4.  Shall we 5.  How / What about have lunch at a cafe?...
Name how to refuse and offer an alternative 1.It’s a nice idea but I think… is more interesting / exciting. 2. I don’t rea...
Name how to accept a suggestion 1.  Good idea! / Great idea! 2.  That’s a nice / great idea! 5.  That sounds great / fanta...
Use the prompts to make dialogues A:   What about going to a museum? B:   I don’t really feel like it. How about  seeing t...
A:  Shall we go shopping for souvenirs? B:   I’m not in the mood for going to a  bazaar. Let’s go sightseeing instead. A: ...
A:   Why don’t we go for a walk? B:   It’s a nice idea, but I think sitting at  a pavement café is more interesting. A:   ...
A:   Do you fancy going to eat at a  restaurant? B:   I don’t really feel like it. How about  going to a concert instead. ...
<ul><li>Why doesn’t Jim want to go to Sweden? </li></ul><ul><li>Why doesn’t Kathy want to go to Caribbean? </li></ul><ul><...
1.  Why doesn’t Jim want to go to Sweden? b) It’s polluted. a) He will freeze to death. c) The hotels are very expensive  ...
3.  What do Jim and Kathy call the travel agent’s for? b) to book the trip a) decided not to go c) to get some more inform...
Plan Introduction 3.  places to visit Main body 2.  accommodation 1.  name, location, famous for 4.  restaurants 5.  shopp...
Boston Boston
Match the words to the definitions coast  district inn seal area excellent fascinating ride journey in a vehicle land next...
coast --  district inn -- seal -- area -- excellent -- fascinating -- ride --  journey in a vehicle land next to the sea a...
Accommodation Ritz-Carlton Hotel  excellent service, quite expensive Bertram Inn  cheaper, very clean
Places to visit the Old North Church  take photographs ride in a boat the New England Aquarium see seals, different fish t...
Restaurants Monica’s delicious pasta dishes The Sunflower Shopping Filene’s Basement cheaper prices Newbury Street
Nightlife The Roxy dance to live pop music great atmosphere The Corner Cafe
Plan Introduction places to visit Main body accommodation name, location, famous for restaurants shopping nightlife Conclu...
Boston  east coast of the USA  Introduction name location famous for Harvard University
Conclusion Everyone can have a wonderful time there. It’s a place to go again and again. Plan your trip now! You won’t reg...
Plan Introduction 3.  places to visit Main body 2.  accommodation 1.  name, location, famous for 4.  restaurants 5.  shopp...
Plan Introduction 3.  places to visit Main body 2.  accommodation 1.  name, location, famous for 4.  restaurants 5.  shopp...
Travel cities We learn describe the city We practice make, how to refuse, accept suggestions how to comparisons
Boston <ul><li>How many paragraphs are there in  </li></ul><ul><li>the letter? </li></ul>Boston 2. What information does e...
Use the prompts to act out the similar dialogues 3.  Why don’t we stay at a hotel? Choose the city to go Brighton 5-star h...
Boston <ul><li>How many paragraphs are there in  </li></ul><ul><li>the letter? </li></ul>Boston 2. What information does e...
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  1. 1. Travel cities We learn describe the city We practice make, how to refuse, accept suggestions how to comparisons
  2. 2. Name the opposites quite -- ______ noisy clean -- ____________ dirty, polluted cheap -- _________ expensive old -- _______ modern boring -- _______ exciting safe -- _________ dangerous empty -- ________ crowded
  3. 3. <ul><li>1. The museum is a tall / small / modern / </li></ul>heavy building. 2. You can stay in a luxurious / polluted / cheap / expensive hotel . 3. The nightlife is / crowded / interesting / dull / boring . 4. You can have dinner in a very romantic / clean / famous / delicious restaurant . 5. The streets are dangerous / crowded / safe / friendly .
  4. 4. Compare the cities Norwich Manchester London Norwich is a noisy city. Manchester is noisier than Norwich. London is the noisiest of all. Norwich isn’t as noisy as London.
  5. 5. Read the statesments. London Edinburgh Agree or disagree as in the example. 1. Edinburgh is smaller than London. 2. Edinburgh is more dangerous than London. 3. Edinburgh is noisier than London. 4. London is more polluted than Edinburgh. . Edinburgh London . That’s true. London isn‘t as small as Edinburgh. Actually, Edinburgh is much smaller than London. T
  6. 6. 1. Edinburgh is smaller than London. T That’s true. London isn‘t as small as Edinburgh. Actually, Edinburgh is much smaller than London. 2. Edinburgh is more dangerous than London. F That’s false. Edinburgh isn‘t as dangerous as London. Actually, London is much more dangerous than Edinburgh.
  7. 7. 3. Edinburgh is noisier than London. F That’s false. Edinburgh isn‘t as noisy as London. Actually, Edinburgh is much quieter than London. 4. Edinburgh is more polluted than London. F That’s true. Edinburgh isn‘t as polluted as London. Actually, Edinburgh is much cleaner than London.
  8. 8. Complete the phrase 1. Would you like 2. Let’s 3. Why don’t we 4. Shall we 5. How / What about have lunch at a cafe? to go to Leeds? stay at a hotel? visit the Harrods? 6. Do you fancy seeing the town? walking in the park?
  9. 9. Name how to refuse and offer an alternative 1.It’s a nice idea but I think… is more interesting / exciting. 2. I don’t really feel like it. How about … instead? 3. I don’t think it’s a good idea. I’d rather… 4. I’m not in the mood for… stay in. visiting a museum? going to Boston going to a café
  10. 10. Name how to accept a suggestion 1. Good idea! / Great idea! 2. That’s a nice / great idea! 5. That sounds great / fantastic / fine! 6. That sounds like a good idea to me. 4. Why not? 3. That’s fine by me.
  11. 11. Use the prompts to make dialogues A: What about going to a museum? B: I don’t really feel like it. How about seeing the palace gardens instead. A: That sounds great! 1. go sightseeing / see palace gardens British Museum Versailles
  12. 12. A: Shall we go shopping for souvenirs? B: I’m not in the mood for going to a bazaar. Let’s go sightseeing instead. A: That’s a nice idea! 2. shop for souvenirs / go to museum
  13. 13. A: Why don’t we go for a walk? B: It’s a nice idea, but I think sitting at a pavement café is more interesting. A: Good idea! 3. go for a walk / sit at pavement cafe
  14. 14. A: Do you fancy going to eat at a restaurant? B: I don’t really feel like it. How about going to a concert instead. A: Why not? 4. eat at a restaurant / go to concert
  15. 15. <ul><li>Why doesn’t Jim want to go to Sweden? </li></ul><ul><li>Why doesn’t Kathy want to go to Caribbean? </li></ul><ul><li>What do Jim and Kathy call the travel agent’s for? </li></ul>Listen to the dialogue. Tick the correct answer to the questions.
  16. 16. 1. Why doesn’t Jim want to go to Sweden? b) It’s polluted. a) He will freeze to death. c) The hotels are very expensive there. v 2. Why doesn’t Kathy want to go to the Caribbean? a) It’s boring there. b) It’s too expensive. c) It’s crowded. v
  17. 17. 3. What do Jim and Kathy call the travel agent’s for? b) to book the trip a) decided not to go c) to get some more information v Travel agent’s
  18. 18. Plan Introduction 3. places to visit Main body 2. accommodation 1. name, location, famous for 4. restaurants 5. shopping 6. nightlife Conclusion 7. Recommendation, feelings
  19. 19. Boston Boston
  20. 20. Match the words to the definitions coast district inn seal area excellent fascinating ride journey in a vehicle land next to the sea a small hotel interesting very good indeed a large animal that lives on land and in the sea
  21. 21. coast -- district inn -- seal -- area -- excellent -- fascinating -- ride -- journey in a vehicle land next to the sea a small hotel interesting very good indeed a large animal that lives on land and in the sea
  22. 22. Accommodation Ritz-Carlton Hotel excellent service, quite expensive Bertram Inn cheaper, very clean
  23. 23. Places to visit the Old North Church take photographs ride in a boat the New England Aquarium see seals, different fish the Public Gardens
  24. 24. Restaurants Monica’s delicious pasta dishes The Sunflower Shopping Filene’s Basement cheaper prices Newbury Street
  25. 25. Nightlife The Roxy dance to live pop music great atmosphere The Corner Cafe
  26. 26. Plan Introduction places to visit Main body accommodation name, location, famous for restaurants shopping nightlife Conclusion recommendation
  27. 27. Boston east coast of the USA Introduction name location famous for Harvard University
  28. 28. Conclusion Everyone can have a wonderful time there. It’s a place to go again and again. Plan your trip now! You won’t regret it! It’s a fascinating city with something for everyone! It’s an ideal place for an interesting holiday. Don’t miss the chance to visit it!
  29. 29. Plan Introduction 3. places to visit Main body 2. accommodation 1. name, location, famous for 4. restaurants 5. shopping 6. nightlife Conclusion 7. recommendation
  30. 30. Plan Introduction 3. places to visit Main body 2. accommodation 1. name, location, famous for 4. restaurants 5. shopping 6. nightlife Conclusion 7. restaurants 2. Ritz-Carlton Hotel Bertram Inn 8. recommendation 3. The Old North Church The Public gardens The New England Aquarium
  31. 31. Travel cities We learn describe the city We practice make, how to refuse, accept suggestions how to comparisons
  32. 32. Boston <ul><li>How many paragraphs are there in </li></ul><ul><li>the letter? </li></ul>Boston 2. What information does each paragraph give? 6
  33. 33. Use the prompts to act out the similar dialogues 3. Why don’t we stay at a hotel? Choose the city to go Brighton 5-star hotels 5-star hotels busy cafes and restaurants safe and clean area
  34. 34. Boston <ul><li>How many paragraphs are there in </li></ul><ul><li>the letter? </li></ul>Boston 2. What information does each paragraph give? 6
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