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Talking about your city

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Talking about your city

  1. 1. SPEAKING, PART 2: MAKING SPECULATIONS I’m not sure, but I think that it’s It looks like… I imagine/ guess that… It’s Probably…. It might be…. It looks like…
  2. 2. It seems that… Perhaps…. It seems as if….
  3. 3. SPEAKING: VOCABULARY. TRAVEL AND HOLIDAYS Reception/receptionist Camp-site Luxury hotel/resort/youth hostel (put up/take down) a tent Suitcases/luggage ACTIONS -Alojamiento -Reservar -Disfrutar la naturaleza/ambientes naturales -Relejarse -instalaciones ACTIONS -Accomodation -To book/reserve -Enjoy nature/natural environments -Relax -facilities
  4. 4. SPEAKING: VOCABULARY. TRAVEL OTHER VOCAB: • RETURN TICKET •TO STAY OVERNIGHT •GO ABROAD, •FLIGHT, •TO GO ON HOLIDAY, •TO STAY AT A HOTEL, •TO HIRE A CAR, •FACILITIES •TO GO SIGHTSEEING QUEDARSE UNA SOLA NOCHE IR AL EXTRANJERO IR DE VACACIONES ALQUILAR UN COCHE BILLETE DE IDA Y VUELTA HACER TURISMO CULTURAL ALBERGE INSTALACIONES
  5. 5. CANDIDATE A: Look at the photographs. They show people in different holidays situations. Compare the two photographs and say why you think the people are enjoying about their holiday. CANDIDATE B: Which holiday would you like to enjoy? REMEMBER THESE STEPS: •Who and Where are they? •Describe the place and people •What are they doing? •ANSWER THE QUESTION OF THE TASK
  6. 6. CANDIDATE A: Look at the photographs. They show two different beaches to go in the summer. Compare the two photographs and say why you think people chose to go to beaches like these. CANDIDATE B: Which place would you like to go in the summer? REMEMBER THESE STEPS: •Who and Where are they? •Describe the place and people •What are they doing? •ANSWER THE QUESTION OF THE TASK
  7. 7. VOCABULARY: SHOPPING DEPARTMENT STORE SHOPPING CENTER/MALL SHOP/SHOP WINDOW BOOK STORE MUSIC STORE SUPERMARKET
  8. 8. VOCABULARY: SHOPPING CREDIT CARD CASH SHOPPING LIST PRICE/ PRICE TAG TROLLEY CHECK OUT SHOP SHELVES SHOP ASSISTANT/ CUSTOMERS A BARGAIN/DISCOUNT STALL SHOPPERS MARKET
  9. 9. SHOPPING: ACTIONS PEOPLE QUEUEING AT THE CHECKOUT TRYING CLOTHES PAYING AT THE CHECKOUT PEOPLE WALKING AROUND THE STALLS
  10. 10. SPEAKING, PART 2 CANDIDATE A: Look at the photographs. They show different shops to purchase. Compare the two photographs and say what are the advantages of shopping in each shop. CANDIDATE B: Where do you usually go shopping? REMEMBER THESE STEPS: •Who and Where are they? •Describe the place and people •What are they doing? •ANSWER THE QUESTION OF THE TASK
  11. 11. SPEAKING, PART 2 CANDIDATE A: Look at the photographs. They show buying clothes in shops. Compare the two photographs and say why people buy clothes in p`laces like these. CANDIDATE B: Where do you like buying your clothing? REMEMBER THESE STEPS: •Who and Where are they? •Describe the place and people •What are they doing? •ANSWER THE QUESTION OF THE TASK
  12. 12. SPEAKING, PART 3 INTERLOCUTOR: Now, I’d like you to talk about something together for about three minutes. Here are some pictures of different kinds of business. First, talk about how useful these ideas would be for attracting customers. Then decide which three ideas the department store should choose for this purpose. SPEAKING, PART 4 INTERLOCUTOR: •Which idea from an academy will attract you if you wanted to learn a second language? •How important do you think facilities are in a department store? •If you were the manager of a shopping centre, what would you offer your customers?
  13. 13. SPEAKING PART 3 INTERLOCUTOR: Now, I’d like you to talk about something together for about three minutes. Here are some pictures of different shops. Your friends want to go shopping, but they don’t have too much time for it. First, talk about which shops they should visit during a shoping morning . Then decide which three shops they could go in this limited time.
  14. 14. SPEAKING, PART 3 CANDIDATE A:
  15. 15. GIVING ADVICE/ MAKING DECISIONS GIVING ADVICE/SUGGEST - I THINK YOU SHOULD - WHY DON’T YOU…? - YOU COULD… - IT’S/IT COULD BE A GOOD IDEA TO - I THINK THE BEST IDEA IS… - I THINK THAT THE RIGHT THING TO DO IS - I THINK……..IS THE BEST You and your friend want to go on an adventure holiday this summer. First, Talk together about the different kinds of adventure holidays you’d like to do. Then, decide which one you will do in the summer. - Climbing - Cycling - Fishing - Trecking - Swimming - Canoeing • What different kinds of adventure holidays you’d like to do? • Which one will you do in the summer?
  16. 16. SPEAKING, PART 3 A friend of yours wants to take up a new hobby, but she doesn’t know what to do. Talk together about which hobbies she could take. Then, decide which is the most appropriate for her.
  17. 17. FOOD AND DRINK SANDWICH, CHICKEN, VEGETABLE (CUCUMBER) MILK , SPAGHETTI (PASTA) SHISH KEBAB WATERMELON, ORANGE JUICE, PEAR MEAT, SALAMI, TOMATO POTATO, FRECH FRIES WHEN DO YOU USUALLY EAT THIS FOOD?
  18. 18. FOOD AND DRINK EGG. CORN (LEGUMES), PEACH GUM, CHEESE, CARROT STEW,SOUP, PIZZA WHEN DO YOU USUALLY EAT THIS FOOD?
  19. 19. FOOD AND DRINK: actions COOKING FOOD/DINNER BOILING EGGS (VEGETABLES, RICE) FRYING PAN FRYING MICROWAVE OVEN CHOPPING
  20. 20. SALAD SALAD MACEDONIA SEAFOOD GRILLED FISH OMELETTE
  21. 21. SPEAKING, PART 3 PEOPLE PREPARING MEAL/ EATING OUT
  22. 22. SPEAKING, PART 3 EATING AT HOME / EATING OUT
  23. 23. SPEAKING, PART 4 Your photographs showed people having lunch. Now I’d like you to talk together about the places where you like to have lunch and the people you like to have lunch with.

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