HOMEWORK 3 Answer the C-listening/writing activity you find in topic 1Answer the C-listening/writing activity you find in topic 1A Town Taxi Company.-B. Hello. Please send a taxi to 115 Central Street-A. Is that a house or an apartment building?-B. It ´s a house-A. All right. We´ll be there right away.-A. This is the Emergency Operator.-B. Please send an ambulance to 47 Main Street-A. Is that a private home?-B. It´s a an apartment building-A. What´s your name and telephone number?-B.Richard Lee, 7895327641 Add the E- speaking writing activity: Talk about the place where you live: using the above vocabulary, write an e-mail to an european friend describing your place in your city so he can find it in Google Maps. Hi dear friend. Today I want to tell you the precise directions of where I live. I live in a town named Yarumal, at north side of Antioquia, a department in Colombia. I live in a very gentle neigborhood wich name is Villa Fatima. I live in a two bedroms house at 24 road, 22-24 with my aunt. My house is near a primary school wich is great for me because Im studying to be a teacher. Yarumal is small town, located at 2 hours north of the city of Medellín, so it will be easy to find it at GoogleMaps. Have a great day!
Make one composition about your bedroom andanother one about your kitchen. My bedroom is a very pleasant place. I have a big bed rigth in front of my closet. I have a little table near my bed wich always has on it some books, notebooks, candies and my personal goods as lotions or so. I dont have a T.V in my bedroom, cause I think its not the place to have one, I think bedrooms must be aislated from information of T.v, Internet or so, cause is a place to rest and meditate. The kitchen in my house is a place I rarely use. I live with my aunt and she doesnt like people in her kitchen. I dont care about that,because my aunt cooks so good I cant complain. I use the kitchen, though, when I have to do some popcorns, potato chips or warm some cofee at the microwave.
Activity: Complete the following chart asking questions using where are/is (he, she, they) and answering them.One: Two: Three Four Five:Q: Where is she? Q: Where is he? Q:Where are they? Q: Where are they? Q: Where is he?Q: She is at the library. A: _Hes at the park A: They are at the store A: They are at the A: Hes at school moviesSix:Q: Where is she Seven:: Eight: Nine: Ten:A: Shes on the coach Q: Where is he? Q: Where is she? Q: Where are they? Q: Where is she? A: Hes at the beach A: Shes at the zoo A: They are at the A: Shes at the airport museum Eleven: Twelve: Q: Where is he? Q: Where are they? A: Hes at the art A: They are at the gallery restaurant
Activity: Ask questions about the places where people work and give the answer to the question according to the pictures shown belowWhere do doctors Where do firefighters Where do police Where do mail carrierswork? work? officers work? work?Doctors work at Firefighters work at the Police officers work at Mail carriers work at thehospitals. fire station. the police startion post office. Where do secretaries work? Secretaries work at offices.
Activity: (Reading-Writing) Match the images with the words belowSoldier, Police Officer, Priest, Newscaster, Painter, Tailor, Mechanic, ElectronicTechnician, Pharmacist, Clown, Chemist, Magician, Scientist, Weather Forecaster,Engineer, Plumber, Architect, Veterinarian, Soccer Player, Singer, Musician,Electrician, Lawyer, Fortune Teller, Sheriff, Pirate, Judge, Photographer, Artist, Nurse,Typist, Movie Director, Actor, Astronaut, Teacher, Librarian.
Now answer these questions:What did you want to be when you were a childand why?I wanted to be a lot of things. But I always lovedteaching, because I think I have what it needs tobecome great education proffesional.What of the above occupations are present inyour family?In my family theres a chemist, an artist, a painterand a tailor.What is your favorite profession now and whyMy favorite proffesion is teaching. Because I thinkIm good at it.
Paste this text and read it, then make a comic strip about using images from internet.Jay was born to ride. Just after learning to walk, he got his first tricycle. A year later he was on a bicycle with training wheels. At theage of five he was a skilled bicyclist, able to jump off ramps and fly through the air. His father made sure he did everything safely. Jaywore a helmet, a chest pad, elbow pads, and knee pads. He fell a lot, but he was never hurt badly.He got his first motorcycle when he was seven. His father put the motorcycle in the back of his pickup and drove Jay out to thedesert almost every weekend. Jay became a skilled rider. He entered motocross races all over the county. By the time he was 15, hehad won 30 races. His future looked bright.When he was 17, Jay took his girlfriend out for a ride on his motorcycle. A truck ran a red light, and Jay and his girlfriend crashed intothe side of the truck. Jay went into the hospital for three months. His girlfriend died immediately.Jay didn’t ride a motorcycle again for 10 years. Then one weekend he bought a used Kawasaki. He took it out for a test run at dusk.It felt good to ride again. He got it up to 110 miles an hour on the local freeways. A highway patrol car chased him for about tenminutes, but he finally lost it in the freeway traffic and the dark. When he got home, he was excited. That was fun, he thought.