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II. List three benefits of achieving your goal.

1. _______________________________________________________

2. _______________________________________________________

3. _______________________________________________________

III. How will you reach your goal? Write down smaller goals.

1. _______________________________________________________

2. _______________________________________________________

3. _______________________________________________________

4. _______________________________________________________

19. The group sits in a circle. The first student connects two of the ideas in the bubbles below, using one of the linking words from the list: if…, if I ever…, when…, as soon as…, by the time…, unless (åñëè íå, ïîêà íå)…

For example:

If I lose my job, I'll have to sell the house.

The next student now has five seconds to connect the second idea with another.

For example:

If I sell the house, I'll have to live with my mother.

If you cannot think of a sentence, you must drop out of the game. When all the ideas have been used, you may think of your own. Continue the game until there is only one person left, of until the end of 10 minutes.

 
 

 


20. It's 10 o'clock on Sunday night. The Miltons are at home making a statement to the police. Look at the pictures (pic. 10) and write their statement about the burglary. Use a variety of tenses.

 

 

Pic. 10

Well, my wife and I had been to the cinema……………………………………

 

21. Start a rumour about someone you know by whispering it to your neighbour. Use one of the phrases: I’ve heard…; they say…; just between you and me…; have you heard…; maybe I shouldn’t say this, but…. The neighbour adds something to it making it more interesting. Continue until the rumour has gone round the whole group. The last person announces it to the group.

Possible rumours:

has fallen in love with a famous film star;

is going to emigrate to America;

has won a lot of money in a lottery;

will be promoted;

has just bought a very expensive car;

 

22. Look at the prisoner below (pic. 11a). Make up a prisoner's story. Say what he usually does in prison, what he is doing now, what he has been doing before going to prison, why he is in prison, what he was doing when the police caught him, how many years he will stay in prison, and what he will do when he comes out of prison.



Bob: thief

Pic. 11a

 

Look at the prisoner below (pic. 11b). Make up a prisoner's story. Say what he usually does in prison, what he is doing now, what he has been doing before going to prison, why he is in prison, what he was doing when the police caught him, how many years he will stay in prison, and what he will do when he comes out of prison.



John: robber

Pic. 11b

Look at the prisoner below (pic. 11c). Make up a prisoner's story. Say what he usually does in prison, what he is doing now, what he has been doing before going to prison, why he is in prison, what he was doing when the police caught him, how many years he will stay in prison, and what he will do when he comes out of prison.



 

Ben: kidnapper

Pic. 11c

 

Look at the prisoner below (pic. 11d). Make up a prisoner's story. Say what he usually does in prison, what he is doing now, what he has been doing before going to prison, why he is in prison, what he was doing when the police caught him, how many years he will stay in prison, and what he will do when he comes out of prison.



 

Tom: murderer

Pic. 11d

23. “Sea Battle” Work in pairs: student A and student B (see page 43). The task is to blast all the ships of your partner. The ship is blasted only if the answer to the corresponding question is correct!

Student A:

 

 
A                
B                  
C                
D                  
E                    
F                
G                    
H                    
I                
J                  

1. How did you come here today?

2. What time did you get up this morning?

3. What did you do yesterday?

4. What did you eat last night?

5. Where did you celebrate your last birthday?

6. How many times did you go to the movies last month?

7. Who did you visit last weekend?

8. What time did you arrive home last Saturday?

9. When did you first see the sea?

10. Where did you meet your best friend?

11. What did you buy last week?

 


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