THE CITY vs THE COUNTRY (1B2)

NEXT MONDAY WE WIL BE DOING SOME ORAL WORK  ON THE CITY & THE COUNTRY. REMEMBER TO :

  • REVIEW THE VOCABULARY IN THE UNIT
  • REVIEW HOW TO DESCRIBE  A PHOTO
  • DO SOME WORK ON HOW TO KEEP A CONVERATION GOING (with the help of the extra handout)

HOWEVER, BEFORE MONDAY YOU CAN CONTRIBUTE ON THE PADLET BELOW WITH INTERESTING IDEAS TO BE USED IN YOUR CONVERSATIONS.

GO TO PADLET (BY CLICKING ON THe WALL BELOW)

  • Click on the GREEN  BOARD  below,
  • A box will pop-up,
  • Please add your name.
  • Start typing your contribution. It should be an argument based on  what you would miss the most about the country or the city if you had to move from one of the places.
  • You can add an image or a link to a video or sound clip to accompany your argument.

 

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Posted on February 15, 2017, in APPS, ORAL SKILLS and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Maybe, what I would miss the most, would be my family and my Friends. My social life.

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  2. If you moved to the countryside, I would miss leisure activities such as the cinema, the theatre, the lively nightlife and the unending variety of cuisines that you can find nearby.

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