Group lessons|Adults|Int|Practical English 1 (Part 2)

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Complete the dialogue


R — Receptionist | E — Eleanor | M — Mr Fell | K — Katherine | A — Ann


Fill the gaps

R: Hello, can I help you?

E: I'm Eleanor Hope, the new Sales Manager.

R: Ah yes, Mr Fell's expecting you. Please go in.

M: It's to see you again, Eleanor. to Berlin.

E: Thank you, Mr Fell. It's a great city.

M: It certainly is. You've Axel Pulz, my assistant, haven't you?

E: Yes. Hi, Axel.

M: And, let me you to Katherine Mercer, our European Marketing Manager.

E: do you do?

K: How do you do? We've a lot about you.

E: All good, I hope!

M: And is Ann Harris. She's our new graphic designer.

E: Great to you, Ann.

A: And you. Did you have a good from Paris?

E: Yes, I did, thank you.


 

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Match the sentence halves

Example: I was wondering what kind of person the new boss will be.


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Read the first paragraph and complete the headings with verbs from the list

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Read the headings again

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1. Be positive.
2. Dress appropriately.
3. Learn people’s names.
4. Ask questions.
5. Take notes.
6. Work full days.
7. Keep a good attendance record.


Choose the correct option to match the sentences and the headings

Example: 1 Show your enthusiasm for being part of the organization. Try to look happy, even if you’re feeling stressed!

Read the article. Guess what the words and phrases in bold mean. Check with your teacher or a dictionary.

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Craig Flatman is every nutritionist’s nightmare — a fifteen-year-old who never eats anything except bread and jam but, unbelievably, is perfectly healthy! Although his diet contains hardly any protein and is 60% sugar, he is 1.84m tall, weighs 69 kg, and his parents say he has never been seriously ill apart from typical childhood illnesses.

Craig, or «Jam boy», as his friends have nicknamed him, rejects any form of meat, fish, fresh fruit, or vegetables. The only time he doesn’t eat bread and jam is for breakfast, when he has chocolate cereal, and for tea, when he occasionally has a slice of chocolate cake. He also drinks two pints of semi-skimmed milk a day.

Craig’s strange diet started when he was four years old. As a baby he had refused to eat solid food, and rejected everything until his father gave him a sugar sandwich when he was nine months old. He also ate chocolate spread sandwiches, and this, with milk, was his diet until he was four when he asked to try jam, and started an eleven-year obsession.

Craig sometimes craves some variety, but every time he tries something else he feels ill. Doctors believe that his condition may have been caused by choking on solid food when he was a baby. «They tell me I’ll grow out of it», says Craig, «but I don’t know if I’ll ever change».

Although Craig’s parents eat a normal diet, their family meals are made more difficult by the fact that Craig’s sister Amy, 13, is a vegetarian. And every time they go out for a meal together, they have to phone in advance — to check they can bring jam sandwiches for Craig.

Adopted from the British press


Mark the sentences True, False or Doesn’t say


Complete the sentences with shall / going to / will or the present continuous

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Example: I’m sure that Jess will help (help) you with your work.

Complete the sentences with the correct tense (Present Simple, Present Continuous / be going to)

Example: We‘re meeting (to meet) Bob outside the cinema at 7.30.



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Complete the sentences. Use the verbs in the boxes correctly: in Past Simple, Past Continuous or Past Perfect.

Example: He was watching (watch) a film on TV when I arrived.


Complete the sentences and definitions with the correct word

Example: Jim’s really (shy/sensitive/extroverted). He hates meeting new people.



Complete the sentences and definitions with the correct word

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Listen to a conversation about Tom’s birthday. Mark the statements as True or False



Listen to the audio attentively

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Now listen to each sentence separately and write them in the boxes below. If you hear a contracted form ( e.g. didn’t), then write it


If you hear a full form, use this full form. Please, if you hear a number, write it in letters.



Listen and check

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Prepare your 2-minute speech on the topic «Family ties»

Wordlist

1. nephew
2. ex-husband
3. cousin
4. extended family
5. nuclear family
6. generation
7. only child
8. couple
9. step-mother
10. half-brother
11. single parent family
12. in-laws
13. desperately
14. age gap
15. make up
16. demanding
17. pinch
18. defend
19. criticize
20. blame
21. spoilt
22. jealous
23. competitive
24. insecure
25. dishonest
26. irresponsible
27. bossy
28. affectionate
29. independent
30. selfish
31. manipulative
32. self-confident

Allow your brother access to your microphone, press the button «Record» and record the speech you have prepared.


You are going to write an informal letter. Read the Task and the Instruction

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You’ve got a friend Christelle who you have known for more than 10 years. You get on really well with each other. Last year Christelle and you went on holiday to Scotland and stayed with Stephany who rented you a room. This summer you have to work, so Christelle is going to Scotland alone. A couple of days ago you got a letter from Stephany.

Reply to the letter.

From: Stephany
To: Alex
Subject: Hi from Scotland

Dear Alex,
I hope you’re well.
I’ve just had an email from your friend Christelle. She wants to rent a room in my house this summer. Could you tell me a bit about her (age, personality, etc. and what she likes doing) so that I can see if she would fit in with the family? Please, be honest!
Send my regards to your family and I hope to hear from you soon.

Best wishes,
Stephany

1. Read the Task carefully.
2. Write the letter according to the plan given below.
3. Use Useful language section to improve your writing.
4. Remember: you don’t need to use all words from the Useful language, if they are not relevant to the ideas of your letter.
5. Check your writing before sending it for evaluation.
6. Learn the rules and see the sample here.
7. Please use Grammarly to avoid spelling and some grammar mistakes.

Plan

Paragraph 1: age, family, work/study.
Paragraph 2: personality (good side).
Paragraph 3: hobbies and interests.
Paragraph 4: any negative things?

Wordlist

1. sensitive
2. competitive
3. jealous
4. manipulative
5. bossy
6. affectionate
7. reliable
8. spoilt
9. imaginative
10. self-confident
11. tidy
12. patient
13. moody
14. don’t worry
15. wonder
16. find out
17. sociable
18. communicative
19. organized
20. friendly
21. talkative
22. ambitious
23. hard-working
24. sensible
25. responsible
26. selfish
27. extrovert
28. intelligent
29. independent
30. I have to find an apartment.

Essay


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