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Speakout Intermediate Unit 1 (2)

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Speakout Intermediate Unit 1 (2)

  1. 1. Identity - 2
  2. 2. Collocations #2 (p. 148) Find the (5) mistakes!  When you get sick, do you usually eat medicine? Why/why not?  How long does it take you to get ready in the mornings?  If you do something wrong, do you usually get responsibility for it? Can you think of a recent example?  Have you ever got the blame for something you didn’t do? What was it? Why did you do it?  Are you planning to take on holiday this coming vacation? If so, where?  When you are at home (your parents’ house) do you ever do the washing up (the dishes) or the cleaning? Why/why not?  Have you ever done food poisoning? What/where did you eat?
  3. 3. Discuss with a partner  When you get sick, do you usually take medicine? Why/why not?  How long does it take you to get ready in the mornings?  If you do something wrong, do you usually take responsibility for it? Can you think of a recent example?  Have you ever taken the blame for something you didn’t do? What was it? Why did you do it?  Are you planning to go on holiday this coming vacation? If so, where?  When you are at home (your parents’ house) do you ever do the washing up (do the dishes) or the cleaning? Why/why not?  Have you ever got(ten) food poisoning? What/where did you eat?
  4. 4. Men & Women  Do you think male and female brains are “wired” differently?  how brains are “wired” – the connections in the brain which affect the way we think and behave, and the skills we have  In what ways are they different?  Do you think we are born this way, or do we learn it? Why do you think so?  Do you think gender differences might affect our character and abilities? Why/why not?

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