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Module 7

Module 7

Discussion Questions

  • When you were a child, did you have to share a bedroom with your siblings? Did you like it or did you want your own room?

  • What would be your ideal living arrangement? House,flat,studio,cottage,castle...why?

  • Do you like having house guests or sleepovers?

  • Are there rules in your house that make people's lives easier?

  • How many generations should live together?

  • Do you like keeping animals in your house?

Module 7

Write down...

  • The advantages and disadvantages of living...




  • Module 7

    Person 1-7:

    Who are they talking about?

    Which of the characteristics do they mention?

    Why did they find it difficult to live with these people?

    Module 7

    • frighten/scare the hell out of somebody   (informal)

    • to make someone feel very frightened He drives like a madman - frightens the hell out of me.

    • Pardon me for breathing/living!  (informal)

    • something that you say when you are angry with someone because they are always criticizing you or getting annoyed with you 'If you're just going to get in my way, James, can you leave the kitchen?' 'Oh, pardon me for breathing, I'm sure!'

    Module 7

    • beat the hell out of somebody

    • 1. to hit someone hard and repeatedly Bill beat the hell out of me after we started arguing over a girl.

    • 2. to completely defeat someone It's a thrill to beat the hell out of another team in front of 20,000 screaming fans.

    • beat the hell out of something

    • to be much better than something It wasn't much of a plan, but it beat the hell out of sitting around the office waiting for something to happen.