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File 2. Adjectives as nouns. grammar. 2A. Order of adjectives. Vocabula ry. Clothes and fashion. From texts in the book / crash. Narrative senses. grammar. 2B. So / such that …. Vocabula ry. Air travel / from texts. Adverbs and adverbial phrases. grammar. 2C.

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File 2

Adjectives as nouns

grammar

2A

Order of adjectives

Vocabulary

Clothes and fashion

Fromtexts in thebook/crash

Narrativesenses

grammar

2B

So / suchthat…

Vocabulary

Air travel/ fromtexts

Adverbs and adverbial phrases

grammar

2C

Vocabulary

Confusingadverbs

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We can turnanadjectiveinto a nounby …

1. Byaddinganarticlebeforethem

a) Nationalities

TheSpanish / theGreeks, …

Or

Spanishpeople / Greekpeople …

But

A Spaniard / a Greek / anEnglishman

Thepoor/ theunemployed / …

b) Specificgroups

2. one/ones

Thered oneis a bit bigger

6 write the nationality and the name for a single person
6. Write the nationality and the name for a single person
  • (A) Pakistani
  • (A) Peruvian
  • (A) Thai
  • Scottish/ a Scotman
  • Turkish/ a Turk
  • (A) Filipino
  • Swedish / a Swede
  • (A) New Zealander
  • (A) Lebanese
  • Danish / A Dane
  • Dutch / A Dutchman
  • English / AnEnglishman
  • (AN)Iraqi
  • Spanish / A Spaniard
  • Finish / A Finn
  • (A)Belgian
  • Irish / AnIrishman
  • (A) Bangladeshi
7 how do you call the inhabitants from these cities
7. How do you call the inhabitants from these cities?.
  • 1. Naples __________
  • 2. Moscow __________
  • 3. Glasgow _________
  • 4. Manchester _________
  • 5. London __________
  • 6. Liverpool ________
  • 7. Washington ______
  • 8. Aberdeen _________
  • 9. Milan ________
  • Neapolitans
  • Moscovites
  • Glaswegians
  • Mancunians
  • Londoners
  • Liverpudlians
  • Washingtonians
  • Aberdonians
  • Milanese
slide5

Theunemployed

Theinjured

Thedisabled

Therich

Theblind

Theyoung

Thedeaf

slide6

Don't want to be an American idiot.

Don't want a nation under the new media

And can you hear the sound of hysteria?

The subliminal mind fuck America.

Welcome to a new kind of tension.

All across the alien nation.

Where everything isn't meant to be okay.

Television dreams of tomorrow.

We're not the ones who're meant to follow.

For that's enough to argue.

Well maybe I'm the faggot America.

I'm not a part of a redneck agenda.

Now everybody do the propaganda.

And sing along to the age of paranoia.

Don't want to be an American idiot.

One nation controlled by the media.

Information age of hysteria.

It's calling out to idiot America

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1

-Worth= valor

-Vale la pena ver el monasterio= it´sworthvisitingthemonastery

- worthy- he´strustworthy

  • Less
  • Comparative: lessthan/theleast…
  • Suffix: hopeless/ homeless/ topless.

2

  • Fat ≠ Slim/thin.
  • Fatty ≠ lean
  • fattening

3

  • Horrible = nasty / badperson
  • Horrible(spanish) = ugly / bad (English)

4

5

-shallow ≠ deep

-Wide and long

-Narrow and short

-spoiled= mimada/ malcriada.

So, are theyuneducatedorbad-mannered?

- educación: manners

6

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A people

insular

Aboveall

few

strength

Towardsforeigners

unwillingness

side

Achieve

Careless

measure

success

Concernedwith

Proud of

inherited

heritage

countrymen

neighbour

Complimentus

storytellers

Ontheotherhand

There has alwaysbeen

Abroad

Rangefrom

weaknesses

keen

climate

Reminds

scenery

wrongs

focus

Although

Ratherthan

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1.Sobre todo

2.Ruling

3.Not lazy

4.Get

5.Hit

6.Worried about

7.Paisanos

8.In other country

9.Strenghts and

10.Person fromother country

11.Not wantto do …

12.Don ´t mind

13.Noun fortoinherit

14.To congratulate

15.It goesfrom

16.Enthusiast

17.Landscape

18.Pay attentionto

Careless ____

Keen (on/to) ____

Aboveall ____

Scenery ____

Achieve ____

Governing ____

Compliment ____

Success ____

Abroad ____

Focuson ____

hard-working ____

Foreigners ____

Concernedwith ____

Heritage ____

Weaknesses ____

Countrymen ____

Unwillingness ____

Rangefrom … ____

12

16

1

17

4

2

14

5

8

18

3

10

6

13

9

7

11

15

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key

dull

neatly

braces

  • -Skinshad a strict D ___ C _____ consisting of
  • S _______ heads, T _____ -up jeans nd B_____
  • -Johnny Rotten P _____ Punks´anarchic I _______
  • -Theyalsohad S _____ hair, T____ clothesheldtogetherwith S _______ pins
  • - Their look was M ______ byhim.

appalled

dress

spiky

  • -A distinctive F _____ (=rasgo) of their look wasthe Q _____ (=tupé)
  • -Theyheldtheirhair in position with H ______ C ____
  • -Teddy girlswore F ____ shirts
  • -W ________ - C _____ Mods emerged in the 60s
  • -Modsis S _____ formoderns
  • -Theyhad N ____ haircuts
  • A Vespais a S ______
  • -Theyabandonedthe L ____
  • ________ fashion of the 50s
  • -and theychose t _____ clothes
  • I _________

code

feature

fitted

shaved

turned

masterminded

quiff

braces

cuffs

personified

look

Haircream

spiky

fitted

torn

appalled

Working-class

  • -Horrifiedby = A ______
  • -Withthe B ____ of rock´n´rollcametheTeds.
  • -Teds R _______ (=rechazaron )
  • D _____ clothes.
  • -Theywore K ____- L ____ coats.
  • -Theyalsowore V ____ or S ____ cuffs and collars and pointed S ___ shoes.

birth

safety

short

masterminded

rejected

neat

dull

scooter

Knee-length

velvet

satin

ladylike

suede

tight

instead

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Artificial

Thick

Lazy

Strong

Amateur

Tame

Guilty

Mean

Shallow

Hollow

Soft

Stupid

Odd

Tough

Present

Strong

Light

Permanent

High

high

stale

Live

Strong

Shallow

Smooth

Compulsory

Appropiate

Public

Tough

Smooth/soft

Soft

Dim

Tight

Sharp

Live

Dim

Easy

Light

Stale

Minor

Cool

cool

1 order of adjectives put the words in the right column according the order they take
1. Order of adjectives. Put the words in the right column according the order they take.

Nounopinion material patternnationalityshapesizeagecolour

patterned

opinion

size

shape

age

colour

national.

Mater.

noun

4

7

8

9

3

5

6

1

2

Tinypurplefur beige foreignancientsofttighthideoussuedeSwissgorgeouswarmsilkcorduroyuglypleasantwidenarrowgreenishcosyscruffypale dottedbrathongs lycra high-heeledshallowsergetimbertrendyflowerydiamond-shapedin the-in Liverpudlianpursemedium- lengthbaggyslippers

grammar 1 order in adjetives
Grammar 1: Order in Adjetives
  • This computer is for business. It´s Japanese. And It´s powerful
  • This fire is electric. It´s excellent. And it´s small
  • This is a chocolate bar. It´s new and it´s big.
  • This comedy is American. It´s for television. And it´s terrific
  • These doors are aluminium. They´re for your garage. And they´re stylish
  • These shoes are modern. They´re for sports and they´re wonderful
  • This phone is mobile. It´s German. And it´s very good.
  • This is a powerful Japanese business computer
  • This an excellent smallelectric fire
  • This is a big new chocolate bar
  • This is terrific American television comedy
  • These are stylish aluminium garage doors
  • These are wonderful modern sports shoes
  • This phone is a good German mobile phone
vocabulary prendas de ropa materials and p
VOCABULARY : Prendas de ropa - _________________ : Materials and P ________

Patterns

Items of clothing

  • Plain
  • Tie-dyed
  • Striped
  • Tartan
  • Checked
  • flowery
  • plain
  • Checked
  • Spotted
  • Tartan
  • plain
  • Stripped
  • Pinstriped
  • Flowery/patterned
  • Dotted
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2

1

4

3

6

5

Trendy

Stylish

scruffy

Smart

Old-fashioned

materials
Materials
  • B
  • F
  • G
  • A
  • C
  • E
  • D
  • J
  • H
  • I
  • I
  • F
  • H
  • A
  • C
  • J
  • B
  • D
  • G
  • E
what are these
What are these?
  • Fur coat
  • Beret
  • Bow tie: knot
  • Cardigan
  • Bra
  • Tanktop
  • Kilt
  • Bathrobe/dressing gown
  • Wedding dress
  • Flip-flops
  • Wig
  • Duffel coat
  • Clog
  • Slip
  • Thong
  • Fleece
  • Ruff
  • stetson
match them
Match them
  • A) lining
  • B) lapel
  • C) sleeve
  • D) pocket
  • E) toe
  • F) laces
  • G) heel
  • H) sole
  • i) collar
  • J) babel
  • K) seam
  • L ) cuff
  • M) button
  • N) belt
  • O) crease
  • P) zip
  • Q) buckle
translate
Translate
  • Te queda bien
  • Ponte el abrigo
  • Quítate la ropa
  • Vístete
  • Vete y cámbiate
  • Cuelgue la chaqueta
  • Pruébate esta camisa
  • Te pegan los pantalones
  • Esos zapatos no me valen
  • Tenemos que ir bien esta noche
  • El cuello, la manga y el puño están sucios
  • La solapa, el forro están sucísimos
  • El tacón, la puntera y la suela están desgastados
  • Átate los cordones
  • La hebilla del cinturón y las rayas del pantalón no me gustan
  • It suits/ fits you
  • Put on your coat/put your coat on
  • Take off your clothes/ Take your clothes off
  • Get dressed
  • Go and get changed
  • Hang up the jacket
  • Try this shirt on
  • Those trousers suit you
  • Those shoes don ´t fit me
  • We have to dress up tonight
  • The collar, the sleeve and the cuff are dirty
  • The lapel, and the lining are filthy
  • The heel, the toe and the sole are scuffed
  • Do up your laces
  • I don ´t like the buckle of the belt and the creases of the trousers
label the pictures 3
Label the pictures (3)
  • Pyjamas
  • Knickers
  • Underpants/boxers
  • Braces
  • Leggins
  • Trunks
  • Dungarees
  • Patterns
  • Stripped
  • Pinstriped
  • Flowery/patterned
  • Dotted
  • Checked
  • Spotted
  • Tartan
  • plain