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  1. Timelineof events Last day at steel factory (past perfect) Following day at own workshop (past simple/ past continuous) Ten years later Today In the last ten years (present perfect) past future

  2. Sentence Structure: Word Order verb object subject doer what? whom? action George The grandchildren George’s wife The mascots didn’t want loved had (never) seen could copy to retire. their new toys. George so miserable your movements. before.

  3. Sentence Structure: Word Order verb object how/where/when subject how doer what? whom? action where when George The grandchildren George’s wife The mascots didn’t want loved had (never) seen could copy to retire their new toys him so miserable your movements at the age of 65. very much. at home before. perfectly.

  4. early the next morning still dark outside all day suddenly past tea time that day • turn my back • seemy wife • feelvery creative • keep working all day • be miserable • trynot to show it • spend whole day workshop • not notice how quickly time pass by • have new plan in mind • wake up before anybody else • bring me a steaming cup of tea

  5. try to smile • be unusually quiet • not see so miserable before • notwant to retire • I still sleep,hewake up next morning • have something in his mind • befit/active/sporty/ • ride bike to and from factory for thirty years • not want to show how upset be

  6. be worried day before • that day knowGeorgebefine • besurprised to see me • seemsatisfied • show me the toys very proudly • bealready tea time • stillworkskillfully • I go in two cups of tea • not notice how quickly time pass by • spendwhole day workshop • not(even) stopfor lunch

  7. not knowwhat bein the boxes • be surprised • open the boxes quickly • be hungry, be past tea time • grandpa and grandma come in • hold two boxes • have funny smile on faces • seem proud • see two funny dolls • make of steel • have no ears or mouth • have big eye /the middle of face • look like alien dolls

  8. rainbow come in through window • light fill the attic • in the distance out window see the most amazing rainbow • change colour • dolls be more shiny, now as reflect colours of rainbow. • look incredibly beautiful • put the dolls on window ledge • look so grey • rush to the attic as fast as can

  9. be most unforgettable day our life • eye be video camera • can record anything they see • can play, laugh, even bark like dog • dolls come to life right away • dolls be funny and adventurous • throw the javelin • run very fast, just like Olympic sprinters • sit, jump gracefully, like Olympic gymnast

  10. Activity 5: Ten Years Later Part 1: The Tenth Anniversary 1 T 2 FHe gave them away – as gifts. He didn’t sell them. 3 F There are more than 100 workers in his factory. 4 F They both work in the factory. Tim is the sales manager and Emma is the artistic designer. 5 T