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1st year lessons UNIT 03 PART 03

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مُساهمة من طرف زائر الثلاثاء 24 مارس - 15:06:45

(P. 83)
1.      
a.     Match quotes 1-8 in column A with reporting verbs a-h in column B:

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Key:
Column A
Column B
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8

  1. Warn
  2. Promise
  3. Remind
  4. Suggest
  5. Apologise
  6. Admit
  7. Advise
  8. Beg

                             1- remind (c)             2- warn (a)               3- advise (g)              4- promise (b)
                             5- suggest (d)            6-beg (h)                  7- apologise (e)         8- admit (f)
 
b.    Now quote the sentences in column A above. Pay attention to your punctuation:
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Key:
1- ‘Remember you have to buy an air ticket,’ he reminded him.
2- ‘Beware of the dog!,’ he warned him.
3- ‘You should go and see a doctor,’ he advised her.
4- ‘I’ll never say it again,’ he promised.
5- ‘Why don’t we open the box first?’ he suggested.
6- ‘Please, please, please, show me the way to do it,’ he begged.
7- ‘I’m so sorry for the incident!,’ he apologised.
8- ‘Okay, Okay, I touched it. It’s true,’ he admitted.
 
2.     Add suffixes “-ful” and “-less” to the nouns in the table below to form adjectives:
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Key:
Nouns
Adjectives
 
Nouns
Adjectives
-ful
-less
-ful
-less
Worth
Harm
Delight
Price
Use
 
Harmful
Delightful
 
Useful
Worthless Harmless
 
Priceless Useless
Beauty
Care
Success
Truth
Hope
Beautiful
Careful  
Successful
Truthful
Hopeful
 
Careless
 
 
Hopeless
Notice that the suffix –ful is pronounced /fəl/, and the suffix –less is pronounced /ləs/
 
SEQUENCE FOUR
 
By the end of the sequence, pupils should be able to:
-write a report;
-identify problem letters (silent letters) in words;
-pronounce final ‘s’ and ‘es’ in different words;
 
Write it out: (P 84 - 85)
1. Fill in the blank spaces in the policeman’s report below using the verbs provided in the box in the correct tense :
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      Key:  
                  (1- asked)  (2- answered)  (3- asked)  (4- said)  (5- told)   (6 –said)   (7- told)
                         
2. The text below reports the events directly as they occurred. Supply appropriate punctuation and capitalisation :
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      Key:  
‘Is that your house?’ the policeman asked him.
‘Yes, it is,’ the man saidI can’t find my keys and I want to get in.’
‘What’s your name please?’ the officrer asked.
‘My name is Jones,’ the man answered.
As he climbed down the ladder, a neighbour came out of her house.
‘What’s the problem?’ she asked.
‘Mr Jones wants to get into his house,’ the officer said. She looked at the man and told the officer in a low voice:the people from number 19 are on holiday.’
The police officer arrested Jones and brought/took him to the police station.
 
3. Read the newspaper headlines below and say what the reports are about :
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      Key:  
The reports are about road accidents.
 
4. Say which, of the article headlines above, is the most dramatic. Why?
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      Key:  
The most dramatic article headline is: “CHILD KILLED IN TERRIBLE ROAD ACCIDENT” because the reporter has called it terrible.
 
 
 
5. Pretend you are a witness to the accident. Report what you saw using the picture and the information in the table below :
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      Key:  
A terrible accident happened near a school yesterday morning. A motorist driving very fast came out of a very sharp bend. He lost control over his vehicle, and knocked down a child who was playing with a ball. A lorry which was coming from the opposite side stopped sharply thus avoiding running over the child who was lying on the ground, badly injured. The car driver who, fortunately was safe, immediately took the child to hospital.
 
 
6. Pretend you are a journalist. Write a newspaper report about the accident citing/quoting your witnesses :
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      Key:  
The accident occurred near a sharp bend in the road to Tebessa. According to a witness, the car driver who hit/ran over a boy was holding his mobile phone near his ear and driving very fast. Another witness said that the child came into the road, running after a football. ‘I don’t know how it happened exactly,’ he declared. ‘I saw the child, but I didn’t see the car. It happened very quickly,’ he added. I enquired about the child’s health, and the witness said he was not dangerously injured. When I asked him who took the child to hospital, he said that it was the car driver himself.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Work it out: (P 86 - 87)
1. Read the consumer reports on health below. Two of them are alerts to the consumer. Identify them and say what the problem is in each case:
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Key:
Report 2: Prostate cancer is mostly due to the lack of Lycopene-rich diets.
Report 3: Sleeping pills can cause serious health problems. Some of them can even kill those who consume them.
 
2. Read the text below and answer the questions:
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Key:
A. The text starts with the expression ‘Good News’ because it announces a decrease of heart attacks for men and women owing to improved health habits.
B. went down=fall (fell) = decrease (decreased) = dropped
 C. Curve A for men and Curve B for women
 
3. Interpret the figures below using the verbs and adverbs in the box:
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Key:
The consumption of:
- milk and cream went down slowly between 1980 and 1987.
- butter dropped dramatically between 1980 and 1987.
- margarine increased slowly between 1980 and 1987.
- mutton and lamb decreased dramatically between 1980 and 1987.
- poultry went up steadily between 1980 and 1987.
- fresh fruit decreased slowly between 1980 and 1987.
- other fruit and fruit products rose steadily between 1980 and 1987.
- fresh vegetables went down gradually between 1980 and 1987.
- other vegetables and vegetable products increased rapidly between1980 and 1987.
 - white bread decreased quickly between 1980 and 1987.
 
4. Describe the graph above using the plan below:
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Key:
The graph shows the change in food consumption in Great Britain between 1980 and 1987. The horizontal line represents the direction of change whereas the bars show the percentage of change in the consumption of foods.
You can see immediately that the British now drink less milk and cream; eat a little less fresh fruit and fresh vegetables. They eat much less butter and white bread, too. But they eat much more brown and wholemeal bread.
In my opinion, this means that our food habits have become less healthy. We should inform the consumers about the danger of eating less fruit and vegetables, and drinking less milk. Getting enough of these foods prevents diseases.
 
5. Now, write a health report about the change in food consumption in Algeria making recommendations. Use one of the texts on the previous page s a model:
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Key:
 
Work it out: (P 88 - 89)
1. Copy down the table below. Then find the silent letters and cross them out. An example is given:
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Key:                                          
answer – autumn – castle – climbed – column – could - cupboard – daughter – flight – foreigner – half – handkerchief – honest – hour – island – knife – know – listen – often – right – should-  talk – walk – Wednesday – white – would – white – wrong - yacht.
 
1.     Listen to your teacher and check your answers. Then repeat the words making sure you don’t pronounce the silent letters:
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2.     Read the sentences below very quickly. Then cross out letter ‘h’ in the words in which it is not pronounced:

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Key:         
- He said he would.
- He says that he has lost his hat.
- What’s his name?
- His name’s Hamlet.
- This is his answer.
- Give him the address of the hotel.
- Who told her that he was here?
- He’s the one who told her.
 
3.      Now, listen to your teacher read the sentences and check your answers to exercise 3:
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Rule: Silent /h/ in weak forms
Pronouns with initial /h/ commonly lose /h/ when they occur unaccented within a sense group; they retain /h/ when they are initial in a group or when they are accented (for loss of /h/ in auxiliaries: had, has, have). Usually affected are: he, his, him, her.
 
1st year lessons UNIT 03  PART 03 C:\Users\win7\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\01\clip_image0101. Read the exchange between Hanz and Peter and identify the problem:
 
 
Key:                                          
Hanz has misheard Peter. He heard clocks instead of clogs.
 
1st year lessons UNIT 03  PART 03 C:\Users\win7\AppData\Local\Temp\msohtmlclip1\01\clip_image0112. Guess how ‘s/es’ endings of the words in the table below are pronounced.  Tick in the appropriate column:
 
 
Key:                                          
/ s /
/ z /
/ Iz /
clocks – knots – caps – banks – docks – ropes – backs - beliefsclogs – nods – cabs – bangs – dogs – robes – bags - believeswatches – finishes – boxes – misses - quizzes
 
3. Now, read aloud the sentences below paying attention to the pronunciation of the ‘s/es’ endings:
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Key:                                          
/ s /
/ z /
/ Iz /
makes – clocks
writes – books
asks – lots
students
Brooks – jokes
This –reports – events
………………………
says – Jones
says- Mrs – Dickens
Charles – his – friends – questions
Mrs – Jones – spells – words
tells – friends
…………………………………..
always -
………………..…………
………………….……….
…………………….…….
…………………….……..
………………….………..
…………………….……..
Sanchez – watches - matches




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