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The legend of king arthur


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The legend of king arthur

  1. 1. QUESTIONS FOR THE VIDEOQuestions for the video 1.Who was Arthur? Why was he important? 2.How did Arthur become a king? 3.Who was Merlin? How did he help Arthur? 4.Who is Guinevere? 5.Who are the Knights of the Round Table?
  2. 2. King Arthur - ? Bedevere - ? Mordred - ? Excalibur - ? Camlan - ? Avalon - ? - Arthur’s evil son - A medeival village - A knight of the round table - The first king of Britain - Magical sword in the stone - A magical island from legends
  3. 3. VERB + ING VERB + INFINITIVE (to) VERB + ing / infinitive (no change) VERB +ing / infinitive (with change) FINISH (finish doing your homework) do-doing IMAGINE (imagine skiing right now) sky - skiing DON’T MIND (I don’t mind writing) write- writing ENJOY (enjoy playing games) play- playing WANT (I want to play football) play – to play PROMISE AGREE DECIDE (Tom decided to train harder) train – to train REFUSE FORGET OFFER (Mary offered to buy drinks) buy –to buy NEED LIKE (I like to play football / I like playing football). HATE PREFER START TRY (I try to be nice / I try being nice) LOVE (I love to watch films / I love watching films). STOP 1. Tom stopped watching – he was watching then stopped. 2. Tom stopped to watch – Tom was walking then he stopped and watched. REMEMBER 1. I remember buying the gift – I bought a gift and now I remember it. 2. 2. I remember to buy the gift – I need to buy the gift.