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MUSIC AND SONGS

IT´S MY PARTY AND …..(B1.1)(B1.2)

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THESE WOMEN ARE  AS DIFFERENT AS CHALK AND CHEESE. CAN YOU IMAGINE THEM SINGING THE SAME SONG?

LISTEN TO THIS SONG AND READ THE LYRICS. IN EACH LINE OF THE 3 VERSES THERE IS AN EXTRA WORD. FIND THE WORD AND CROSS IT OUT.

CHORUS

It´s my party and I´ll cry if I want to

cry if Iwant to, cry if I want to,

you would cry too if it happened to you

VERSE 1

Nobody really knows where my Johny has gone

but Judy left at the same time.

Why was he still holding her hand

when he´s supposed to be all mine?

VERSE 2

Play all of my records, keep dancing all night,

But just leave me alone for a while

´Til Johny´s back dancing with me

I´ve got no more reason to smile.

CHORUS

VERSE 3

Judy and Johny just walked in through the door,

like a queen walking with her king.

Oh, what a birthday party surprise,

Judy´s wearing his  ear-ring!!

CHRORUS

(inside out intermediate)

WATCH THIS MODERN VERSION OF THIS SONG:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5go7Q2L0WgA

WHAT´S THE SONG ABOUT?

CAN YOU FIND EXAMPLES OF THE FIRST CONDITIONAL?

WHAT ABOUT THE SECOND CONDITIONAL?

THE 1st CONDITIONAL (B1.1)

SHOULD I STAY OR SHOULD I GO? (B1.1)

HAVE YOU EVER HEARD THIS SONG?

IT´S THE TITLE OF YOUR NEXT UNIT AND THEY USE IT TO INTRODUCE THE MODAL VER SHOULD, TO GIVE ADVICE… BUT DO YOU KNOW ANY OTHER PHRASES TO GIVE ADVICE? (“DAR CONSEJO”, “ACONSEJAR”)

LOVE IN THE FIRST DEGREE (B2.2)

LISTEN TO THIS OLD SONG BY BANANARAMA

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REMEMBER TO DO THE VOCABULARY FOR CRIME IN YOUR BOOK AND YOU CAN ALSO RE-READ THE POST “CRIME IN THE NEWS” THAT I PUBLISHED SOME TIME AGO.

UNFORTUNATELY YOU CAN LEARN NEW VOCABULARY ABOUT CRIME IN THE NEWS EVERY SINGLE DAY.

YOU CAN ALSO WATCH THIS VIDEO

HAVE YOU EVER COMMITTED A CRIME OR BEEN A VICTIM OF A CRIME? TELL US ABOUT IT!!

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I WANT TO BREAK FREE (B1.1)

HAVE A LOOK AT THIS PRESENTATION TO REVIEW THE MAIN USES OF INFINITIVE & GERUND

 

PAST MODALS (B2.2)

LISTEN TO TWO DIFFERENT SAMPLES OF TWO  VERY POPULAR SONGS WITH A SIMILAR TITLE.

CAN YOU REMEMBER THEIR TITLE? WHO ARE THEY BY?

WHAT´S THE DIFFERENCE IN MEANING BETWEEN THE TWO TITLES?

Post your grammar explanation and we´ll  keep in touch!

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SO, TODAY WE´RE GOING TO CONCENTRATE ON PAST MODALS

WHAT  LOGICAL DEDUCTIONS CAN YOU MAKE ON THE PHOTOS BELOW?

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HOW DO YOU SLEEP? DO YOU TALK IN YOUR SLEEP? (B2.2)

  • HOW DO YOU SLEEP? DO YOU USUALLY FIND IT EASY TO GET TO SLEEP?
  • DO YOU TOSS AND TURN AT NIGHT?  OR  DO YOU SLEEP LIKE A LOG?
  • DO YOU TALK IN YOUR SLEEP?
  • WHAT CAN PEOPLE DO TO MAKE SURE THEY GET A GOOD NIGHT´S SLEEP?

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LISTENING

ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS…. DREAM! (B1.1)

WHAT´S GOING ON IN THE PHOTOS?

HOW MUCH SLEEP DO YOU NEED?

HOW MANY HOURS DO YOU USUALLY SLEEP?

ARE YOU AN EARLY BIRD OR A NIGHT OWL?

DO YOU THINK YOUR DREAMS CAN PREDICT YOUR FUTURE?

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IF I DREAM OF DEATH, I THINK IT MEANS THAT SOMETHING WILL END IN MY LIFE AND SOMETHING NEW WILL BEGIN”

WHAT ABOUT THIS HEADLINE???

USUALLY, USED TO, BE USED TO, GET USED TO or WOULD? (B2.2)

THIS WEEK WE´VE READ A COLDPLAY CONCERT REVIEW WHRE THEY MENTIONED ONE OF THEIR HITS: “VIVA LA VIDA”.

IF YOU PAY ATTENTION TO THE LYRICS YOU CAN READ :

“I USED TO RULE THE WORLD

SEAS WOULD RISE….”

WHAT´S THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THESE TWO FORMS WHEN WE ARE TALKING ABOUT PAST HABITS?

(LIVE) MUSIC TIME (B2.2)

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GET READY TO TALK ABOUT THE MOST MEMORABLE CONCERT THAT YOU´VE BEEN TO CONSIDERING:

  • the venue & the date
  • the reason for going
  • the reactions of the crowd
  • how many people were there
  • the quality of the performance
  • the atmosphere
  • the songs played
  • the highlights
  • the negatives etc….

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