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Chapter 11-It’s a very exciting place!

Chapter 11-It’s a very exciting place!

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Chapter 11-It’s a very exciting place!

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  1. Chapter 11-It’s a very exciting place! Cities; hometowns; countries

  2. Goals for this chapter • Speaking- Asking about and describing cities; asking for and giving suggestions; talking about travel and tourism. • Grammar-Adverbs before adjectives; conjunctions; and, but, though, and however; modal verbs can and should.

  3. Goals for this chapter • Pronunciation/Listening- Can’t and shouldn’t; listening to descriptions of cities and hometowns; listening for incorrect information. • Writing-Writing a magazine article.

  4. Describe this place…

  5. Describe this place…

  6. Adjectives • Give you a packet of words. • Match each word with its opposite. • Add two more adjectives. • Choose two places and describe them to your partner.

  7. Conversation- “It’s a fairly big city” • How would you describe Daejeon? Is it a big city or a small city? • Listen and practice. • Listen to the rest of the conversation. What does Carmen say about entertainment in San Juan?

  8. Adverbs before Adjectives • What is an adverb? • Adverbs describe verbs. Examples: I am walking slowly. She is driving the car quickly.

  9. Adverbs before adjectives • Adverbs can also describe adjectives. Must appear before adjectives. • Examples: extremely, very, really, pretty, fairly, somewhat. • San Juan is really nice. • It’s a fairly big city. • It’s not a very expensive place. • It’s too noisy and crowded.

  10. Fill in the blanks Fill in the blanks describing Daejeon. • Daejeon is a________nice city. 2. It’s a __________big city. 3. It’s _________expensive.

  11. Conjunctions • Connect two ideas together. • Most common conjunctions: and, but, though, however. Examples: I like studying English, but I hate doing English homework. I like riding my bike, and it’s great exercise. It’s a big city. It’s not too big, though.

  12. Describe… • Describe three cities or towns in Korea. • State two positive and one negative feature in each town. Examples: Seoul is very exciting and there are a lot of things to do, but it’s too crowded.

  13. Listening: My hometown • Describe your hometown to a partner. • Is your hometown big? • Interesting? • Expensive? • Beautiful? • Listen to Joyce and Nicholas. What do they say?

  14. Where would you like to visit? • Rio de Janeiro, Brazil? • Tokyo, Japan? • Los Angeles, California? • Paris, France? • New York City, NY? Where else would you like to visit? Why?

  15. Listening-What should I see there? • Listen and practice. • Listen to the rest of the conversation. • Where is Thomas from? • What should you do there?

  16. I’m new to Daejeon… • With a partner, come up with a list of things I… • Can do in Daejeon • Should do in Daejeon

  17. Modal verbs can and should • “Can” and “should” are used to give advice, suggestions. Examples: You can see the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico city. You can’t visit some museums on Mondays. You should visit the National Museum. You shouldn’t miss the cafes.

  18. Listening-Three Countries • Listen to speakers talk about Japan, Argentina, and Italy. • Listen again. One thing about each country is incorrect. What is it?

  19. Help! I am new to South Korea! Dear classmates, I just arrived to South Korea. I have never been to South Korea before! There are so many places to see and do here. Where should I go? What can I do in South Korea? Please tell me what to do! Sincerely, Lost in Korea