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Unit5 a2

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Unit5 a2

  1. 1. UNIT 5
  2. 2. Pair work: choose the words associated with the topic of “TRAIN” flight number station railway boat ticket airway passenger road map motorway platform passport carriage car air sea land wheels Station Railway Ticket Passenger Platform Carriage Land Wheels
  3. 3. Look at the photo and answer the questions with the correct words 1. How do you call the people using the train service? --> They are _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (10 letters)PASSENGERS
  4. 4. Look at the photo and answer the questions 2. Where does the train stop?  At a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (7 letters)STATION
  5. 5. Look at the photo and answer the questions 3. Where are the people standing?  On a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (8 letters)FLATFORM
  6. 6. Look at the photo and answer the questions 4. What things help the train move?  They are _ _ _ _ _ _ (6 letters)WHEELS
  7. 7. Look at the photo and answer the questions 5. What are these? (look at the arrows)  They are _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _(9 letters)CARRIAGES
  8. 8. Look at the photo and answer the questions 6. What do we need before getting on the train?  We need a _ _ _ _ _ _ (6 letters)TICKET
  9. 9. Look at the photo and answer the questions 7. Where does a train travel?  It travels on _ _ _ _ (4 letters)LAND
  10. 10. Look at the photo and answer the questions 8. How do you call a road which the train goes along?  It is the _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (7 letters)RAILWAY
  11. 11. Read the passage and find the names of the famous train (activity 3, page 48) 1. ___________________________ 2. ___________________________ The British Pullman Orient Express The “Palaces on Wheels”
  12. 12. Read the passage again and answer the questions below (page 48) 1. What does the Orient Express offer? 2. How long does a journey take? 3. What can passengers do on Sundays?
  13. 13. What is he going to do? He’s going to play tennis.
  14. 14. What is going to happen? It’s going to rain.
  15. 15. To be going to FORM am/is/are + going to + Verb (infinitive) Examples: 1. He is going to play tennis. 2. It is going to rain.
  16. 16. To be going to USE 1 Ex 1: Tom has dressed up. He is holding a tennis racket.  He is going to play tennis.  To talk about planned or intended actions in the future
  17. 17. To be going to USE 2 Ex 2: The sky is black. It is going to rain.  To make a future prediction based on evidence in the present situation.
  18. 18. What are these people’s plans for next weekend? Look at the pictures and write sentences with BE GOING TO 1. Matt/ ride his bike 2. John & Claire/ get married 3. Mary/ go to the supermarket 4. Tony/ play computer games 5. Sarah & Tom/ eat at a restaurant 6. Alice/ read a book
  19. 19. Listen to Jill talking about what she is going to do this weekend. Put the sentences into the correct order. (Activity 7a, page 51) 1. She’s going to have a healthy weekend. 2. She’s going to go to bed early. 3. She’s going to do some sport. 4. She’s going to have a game of tennis. 5. She’s going to go to a beauty parlour. What is he going to do this weekend?
  20. 20. Pair work: ask your friend about his/ her plans for the weekend. A: What are you going to do this weekend? B: I’m going to ...
  21. 21. Will vs Going to
  22. 22. Will vs Going to

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