representative a person who has been chosen to speak or vote for on behalf of a group Vocabulary
psychology the scientific study of the mind and how it influences behaviour Vocabulary
transfer to move from one place to another Vocabulary
originally used to describe the situation that existed at the beginning of a particular period or activity Vocabulary
oversea connected with foreign countries, especially those separated from your country by the sea or ocean Vocabulary
A: Where + are +…..…..? B: S + V to be +……….. A: What are + ………..? B: S + V to be + ………. A: What do + ………...? B: S + V +……….
A: Where are you from ? B: I come from Canada. A: What do They eats every day? B: They eat noodles every day . A: What are you studying? B: I’m Majoring in psychology. Example :
Conversation Tom : Hi. I don't think we've met. My name's Tom. Jenny: Hi, Tom. Nice to meet you. My name is Juanita, but everybody calls me Jenny. Tom : Nice to meet you, Jenny. So, where are you from? Jenny: Well, originally I'm from Argentina, but we moved to the United States when I was about five years old. My parents now live in Chile. That's where they first met. How about you, Tom?
Tom : I was born in Fresno, California, and we lived there until I was seven. Then, since my father worked for the military, we moved all over the place. Jenny : Oh yeah? Where are some of the places you've lived? Tom: Mostly, we were overseas. We spent a total of ten years in Korea, Germany, and Okinawa, Japan. We were transferred back to the States three years ago, but I think my parents would have liked to live overseas for at least 20 more years.
Jenny: Wow. It sounds like you've had an interesting life. So, what do you do now? Tom: I'm a student at Purdue University. Jenny: Oh really? What are you studying? Tom: I'm majoring in psychology. How about you? What do you do? Jenny: Well, I'm working as a sales representative for Vega Computers downtown. Tom: No kidding! My brother works there too.