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  1. SCLA - week 5 Unit 2

  2. Quiz 1 - Check

  3. Unit 2 - Life Changes • p. 10 • p. 103 - ex. a • Write out the questions on an old sheet of paper. Leave space for notes. • Now ask your new partner these questions with follow-up questions to find extra details. • ex. b

  4. Homework Check

  5. PAST SIMPLE PRESENT PERFECT general experience: I went to Japan last year. I have been to Japan (at least) once. ...continue to the present: He moved to Gyeongju last year. He has lived in Gyeongju for almost a year.

  6. Gap-Fill How long have they been/had/done things? • Leonardo DiCaprio • Natalie Portman

  7. Vocabulary - Verbs and Prepositions A main verb often needs a preposition to introduce an object. • graduate ~ (place or institution / time) • I graduated from a college in London. • They will graduate in February next year. Sometimes the pairings are very specific to communicate a particular meaning: • fall ~ (love) • She falls in love very easily. Phrasal Verbs

  8. Phrasal Verbs with prepositions These verbs usually end in a preposition that introduces the object. • run into • I ran into my old girlfriend last night. • pick on • A lot of kids pick on Kenji because he is shy.

  9. Verb Phrases with infinitive Some verbs use the infinitive marker “to” (*remember “to” can also be a preposition) • have to • We have to study for the test tonight. • want to • They want to finish the project before Friday. * I go to school every day at 8.

  10. Phrasal Verbs with particles Many verbs have become joined to a specific “preposition” for a specific meaning. If the word doesn’t introduce an object, it is known as a “particle”. • hang out • I love to hang outwith my friends on Saturday. • give in • The company gave into the union’s demands. p. 11 - exs. a & b preposition

  11. Phrasal Verbs with “up” • p. 15

  12. Find Someone Who... • has grown up in the country side. • has made up a story (lie) to get out of trouble. • ended up at a doctor’s office after an accident. • cleaned up their room in the last few days. • has dressed up to come to school to impress a girl or boy.

  13. Present Perfect Game

  14. For next week • Homework 5 • Finish Unit 2 • Midterm Exam practice