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ACS 205. LANGUAGE LEADER / INTERMEDIATE. UNIT 4 : LANGUAGE. Match the countries and the languages. 1. A&F. 1. ENGLISH. A. SINGAPORE. 2. FRENCH. 2. C. B. ARGENTINA. C. ALGERIA. 3. ARABIC. 3. C&E. D. BRAZIL. 4. CHINESE. 4. A. 5. B. E. SAUDI ARABIA. 5.SPANISH. 6. D.

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Acs 205

ACS 205

LANGUAGE LEADER / INTERMEDIATE


Unit 4 language

UNIT 4 : LANGUAGE

Matchthecountriesandthelanguages

1. A&F

1. ENGLISH

A. SINGAPORE

2. FRENCH

2. C

B. ARGENTINA

C. ALGERIA

3. ARABIC

3. C&E

D. BRAZIL

4. CHINESE

4. A

5. B

E. SAUDI ARABIA

5.SPANISH

6. D

F. JAMAICA

6. PORTUGUESE


Unit 4 1 learning languages

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES

Whatarethetechniques of learning a language ?

Do youhavespecial /specifictechniqueswhilelearning a language ?


Unit 4 1 learning languages1

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES


Unit 4 1 learning languages2

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES

  • Bilingual (adj)

  • Abletospeakandwrite in twolanguagesequallywell.

  • *Theirkidsarebilingual.


Unit 4 1 learning languages3

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES

  • Slang (n)

  • Veryinformalandusuallyoffensivelanguageusedby a specialgrouplikeyoungpeopleorcriminals.


Unit 4 1 learning languages4

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES

  • Accent (n)

  • Theway in whichsomeonepronounceswords ,influencedbythecountryoraretheycomefrom.

  • *America / BritishAccent


Unit 4 1 learning languages5

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES

  • Dialect (n)

  • The form of a languagewhich is spoken in onlyonearea of a country

  • *Chinesedialect


Unit 4 1 learning languages6

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES

Workwith a partner and do exercises1 & 2

3. Completethestatementswiththewords in thebox.


Unit 4 1 learning languages7

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES


Unit 4 1 learning languages8

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES

FallBehind (phr. v.)

1. Makelessprogressthanotherpeople


Unit 4 1 learning languages9

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES

Letsbdown (phr. v.)

1. Todissapoint / fail


Unit 4 1 learning languages10

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES

Pickup (phr. v.)

1. Learneasily


Unit 4 1 learning languages11

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES

Getby (phr. v.)

1. Survive


Unit 4 1 learning languages12

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES

Catch on (phr. v.)

1. Understand


Unit 4 1 learning languages13

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES

Keepupwith (phr. v.)

1. Make as muchprogress as others


Unit 4 1 learning languages14

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES

Takeup (phr. v.)

1. Start doingsomethinglike a newactivityorhobby


Unit 4 1 learning languages15

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES

READING

Look at thetext on page 39 and do theexercises.


Unit 4 1 learning languages16

UNIT 4.1 : LEARNING LANGUAGES

SPEAKING

Workwith a partner todiscussthestatements on page 39.


Unit 4 2 language and texting

UNIT 4.2 : LANGUAGE and TEXTING

Do youtext ? Howoften do youtext a day ?

Why do youtext ?

Do youthinklanguage is affectedbytexting ? How ?


Unit 4 2 language and texting1

UNIT 4.2 : LANGUAGE and TEXTING

Listen totwofriends at universityand do theexercises


Unit 4 2 language and texting2

UNIT 4.2 : LANGUAGE and TEXTING

3a. Look at thetrack 1.21 on page 172 andunderlinethefuturesentences.

3b. Look at yourunderlinedexamples in theaudioscriptandmatchthesentenceswiththeexamples.

3c. Completetheruleswithwill, goingtoorpresentcontinous


Unit 4 2 language and texting3

UNIT 4.2 : LANGUAGE and TEXTING

FUTURE FORMS

WILL

Weuse“will” to :

*makedecisions/ promises at the time of speaking

“I ambusynow, I willcallyou 5 minuteslater ”

*makepredictions

“Don’tworry, I am sure you’llpassyourexams ”

GOING TO

Weuse“goingto” to:

*talk aboutplansorintentions (somethingyouhavealreadydecided)

“We’regoingtowatchBlackSwantonight, wehavethetickets”

PRESENT CONTINOUS

Weuse “presentcontinous ” to:

* talk aboutfixedfuturearrangements, usuallyinvolvingotherpeople

“I’mmeeting Peter at thecinema at seven ”


Unit 4 2 language and texting4

UNIT 4.2 : LANGUAGE and TEXTING

4. Workwith a partner andchoosethebestanswer.


Unit 4 2 language and texting5

UNIT 4.2 : LANGUAGE and TEXTING

Howimportant is correctspelling in a language ?

Whataboutcorrectgrammar?

Areyougood at spellingandgrammar in yourlanguage ?


Unit 4 2 language and texting6

UNIT 4.2 : LANGUAGE and TEXTING

Readthetext on page 41 and do theexercises 6a & 6b


Unit 4 2 language and texting7

UNIT 4.2 : LANGUAGE and TEXTING

Lookupthewords in a dictionaryandanswerthequestionsbelow.

ALLOW

LET

PERMIT

* To say thatsomeone can do something – usedaboutparents, teachersorpeople in authority

*** I am not allowedtostayoutaftermidnight.

* Ifsomething is permitted, it is allowedaccordingtotherules

*** Smoking is not permitted in thebuilding.

* Toallowsomeoneto do something . “Let” is used in everydayEnglish.

*** Mysisterletmeuse her bicycle at theweekend.


Unit 4 2 language and texting8

UNIT 4.2 : LANGUAGE and TEXTING

Workwith a partner todiscussthestatements on page 41.


Unit 4 3 disappearing languages

UNIT 4.3 : DISAPPEARING LANGUAGES

p. 43

Discussthestatements . Listen and do theexercises.


Unit 4 3 disappearing languages1

UNIT 4.3 : DISAPPEARING LANGUAGES

GRAMMAR: FirstConditional

6. Look at theexamples in exercise


Unit 4 3 disappearing languages2

UNIT 4.3 : DISAPPEARING LANGUAGES

GRAMMAR: FirstConditional

If-clause + mainclause

If + presentsimplewill/may/might/should, etc.

*Ifyoucometomyhouse, we can have a dinnertogether.

* IfpeoplelearnonlyEnglish, otherlanguageswilldieout

Wedon’tusewillin theif-clause

IfpeoplewillonlylearnEnglish at school, otherlanguagedieout


Unit 4 3 disappearing languages3

UNIT 4.3 : DISAPPEARING LANGUAGES

GRAMMAR: FirstConditional

Usethefirstconditionalto talk aboutrealpossibilities

*Iftheydon’thurry, they ‘llmisstheplane !

* If I don’tstudyforthisexam, I will fail thecourse.

We can usemainclausefirst.

Wemight buy a car if I saveenoughmoney

Unlessmeansthesame as if not.

Unlessweprotectlanguages, they’llbecomeextinct.

*Ifwe do not protectlanguages , they….


Unit 4 3 disappearing languages4

UNIT 4.3 : DISAPPEARING LANGUAGES

Please do thegrammarexercises.


Unit 4 4 scenario

UNIT 4.4 : SCENARIO

Readthesituationand do theexercises 1, 2a & 2b


Unit 4 4 scenario1

UNIT 4.4 : SCENARIO

Listen and do theexercises 3a & 3b.


Unit 4 4 scenario2

UNIT 4.4 : SCENARIO

KeyLangauge : Acceptingandrejectingideas, consideringconsequences

Listen andcompletetheextracts.

OTHER USEFUL PHRASES

That’s an excellent idea.

I don’tthinkthat’s a good idea.

Ifwe do that, whatwillhappen ?

Let’slook at theconsequences


Unit 4 4 scenario3

UNIT 4.4 : SCENARIO


Unit 4 4 scenario4

UNIT 4.4 : SCENARIO

TASK : Selecting an EnglishLanguageProgramme

Work in groups of fourand do theexercises.

Trytousetheusefulphrases.


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