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  1. Creative, inventive minds

  2. Lesson 1 Inventions related works

  3. A human being is A robot is Made of strong metal. A soft weak creature. It needs constant supplies of air, water and food; It is stronger, more efficient Than human beings. And it can’t work if the temperature is too hot or too cold It uses electrical energy directly, Never sleeps, It has to spend one third of his life asleep, And can work in any temperature

  4. Little dictionary

  5. How familiar are you with internet terms?

  6. Grammar Past habit Used to = would something that was true but  no longer is. • I used tosmoke a packet a day but I no longer smoke now. • Ben used totravel a lot in his job but now, since his promotion, he doesn't. • I used todrive to work but now I take the bus. • There used tobe a cinema in the town but now there isn't. • She used tohave really long hair but she's had it all cut off. • I didn't use tolike him but now I do.

  7. Be Used to do = accustomed to to say that something is normal, not unusual. • I'm used to living on my own. I've done it for quite a long time. • Hans has lived in England for over a year so he is used to driving on the left now. • They've always lived in hot countries so they aren't used to the cold weather here.

  8. My new words To Invent= design = create To Discover = find out A plan = a scheme or method of acting To Carry out = complete = accomplish To Imagine = to form a mental image To simulate = to create a model of Fancy = imagination or fantasy To conceive = to form

  9. Lesson 3 Interviewing the father of Play Station

  10. Advantages ans drawbacks of video games

  11. My new words Via = by means of, through Release = launch Delay = put off until later Giant = very large Envision = imagine a future situation Initial = first Maybe = perhaps, probably Rare = scarce Dedicate = devote Ken kutaragi: The inventor of Play Station

  12. Grammar dedicated to be devoted to doing something used to something accustomed So that / so … that

  13. SO THAT We use so that to introduce a clause indicating a purpose.  So that is often used with can or could. (In order is also used for purpose.) Action Purpose We stayed out all night so that we could watch a meteor storm. We brought some blankets so that we could keep warm. SO … THAT We use so … that to place emphasis on the the cause.  Use an adverb or adjective after so. Cause Effect We stayed out solong(adv) that we were cold and tired in the morning.  The starts were sobright (adj) that we were amazed. 

  14. Lesson 4 Prize winners

  15. My new words Reward = praise = award Award = prize = commitment Paying no attention = regardless Features = characteristics Being sure about one’s ability = confidence Gift = talent Fields = domains = branches

  16. Lesson 5 Women choose to opt out

  17. My new words Paths = ways of achieving something At the expense of = with damage to Recognition = public praise and reward Cite = mention something as a reason Hold s.o. accountable for sthg = consider he is responsible Significant = important Valued = considered important

  18. Grammar The subjunctive to emphasize urgency or importance Examples: I suggest that he study. Is it essential that we be there? Don recommended that you join the committee. INFINITIVE ( without to )