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What is included:
In this lesson students will listen to someone talking about their first experience on a bus where they encountered behaviour which they found very different; they will review scenarios where behaviour might be considered strange/unusual/rude and will practise the language used to make negative requests by creating dialogues in pairs.
In this lesson students will think about their life goals and will practice expressing their future hopes using degrees of certainty phrases. They will discuss how these life expectations change with age and may vary between people of different genders and across other factors by looking at the results of a questionnaire.
Finding a home - questions for the landlord
In this lesson students will write questions to ask a landlord before renting accommodation, listen to a telephone call between a landlord and the person who is responding to his advert and practice similar conversations asking for information and clarification.
Finding a home - questions for flatmates
In this lesson students will play a card game to practice asking questions. The questions (asked by the potential tenant) are written. The answers (given by the current flatmate/s) depend on the …. information on the card they pick up and are improvised. Answers can be direct or evasive, but polite and tactful.