listening to music
going out with friends
eating in restaurants
Like (dislike) + V-ing
1. Read, memorize and say what Bobby like/dislike doing.
Two things Bobby likes doing:
One thing Bobby doesn’t like doing:
2. Now look at the activities, pronounce the words and put ticks for what you/your partner like doing and crosses for what you don’t.
Swimming , reading, listening to music, playing tennis, cooking, watching television, dancing, singing, eating in restaurants, going out with friends
3. Match a question in A with an answer in B.
Do you like sunbathing?
Would you like to go for a walk?
Do you like visiting museums?
Would you like to go out to eat tonight?
Do you like travelling?
Would you like to work in London?
No, I don’t. I think they’re boring.
I don’t like business trips, but I love holidays.
No, because I always go red, not brown.
No, I wouldn’t. It’s too busy and noisy.
Yes, that’s a good idea. I don’t want to cook.
Yes, I’d love to. I need some fresh air.
4. Make true sentences about your life style. Use the words always , usually , often, sometimes, rarely, never, generally
Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions
Where do you live?
When do you get up?
When do you have dinner?
Where do you usually go at the weekend?
What’s your hobby?
Do you play golf?
Do you play chess?
Do you have a car?
Do you have a garden?
Do you have any children?
Do you like rock music?
Do you like exotic food?
Do you like nightclubs?
Read the text and express your opinion about marriage.
Marriage is an important event in the life of all people. It is considered that in our country married couples get more happiness from their relationship then non-married ones. People’s perception of their own marriages remains optimistic.
As for Great Britain, people get married either in a church or a registry office. In the US the ceremony also may happen in a house, a park or even in a hotel.
Of course we can’t help mentioning the main people at the wedding. They are: the bride, the bridegroom, bridesmaids and the best man. Traditionally the bride wears a long white dress and a veil and carries a bouquet [bu´keı] of flowers. She also wears something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue to bring her luck. The bridegroom wears a suit, or sometimes a tuxedo in the US, or a morning suit in the UK.
At the wedding bride’s father leads her slowly to the altar, where the priest and groom meet them. The young couple exchanges the traditional vows and rings.
After the ceremony all the guests and newly-married couple go to the reception, which is a special meal and a party tocelebrate the wedding. During the meal the bride and groom cut the wedding cake together. In the US they feed each other a small piece, and try and mate a mess on each other's faces.
Before the reception ends, the bride and groom drive away to a hotel to spend their wedding night, before beginning their honeymoon. The car that the couple drives away it has usually been decorated by their friends. Before she leaves, the bride throws hex bouquet to her friends. According to custom, the one who catches it will be the next one to get married.
1. Read about wedding ceremonies, and then answer the questions below.