EP1 NF PrePC2 by 140RIE7X

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									EP1 – NEW FRAMEWORK 4
Pre-PC2
Vocabulary


Rephrasing


Verb tense
Work with a partner. How many compound
 adjectives can you make in 2 minutes?


clean-   open-    -looking    -centred
good-    hard-    -shaven     -minded
   absent-        -organised -sleeved
self-    warm-    -dressed     -haired
long-     well-   -working    -hearted
      Describe at least one person you
         know with each adjective.
E.g. My mother is warm-hearted (because)...


long-haired               clean-shaven
long-sleeved                self-centred
well-organised
                         warm-hearted
well-dressed
                          good-looking
absent-minded
open-minded               hard-working
Add these suffixes to the words in the box to
             make adjectives.

     cheer-        ambiti-          -ous
      fuss-          tact-
                                    -y
    outgo-          mood-
   romant-       courage-           -ic
    cheek-         charm-           -ful
      faith-   sympathet-
                                    -ing
    gener-            jeal-
Are these adjectives positive or negative?

   cheerful             ambitious
   fussy                tactful
   outgoing             moody
   romantic             charming
   cheeky               courageous
   faithful             sympathetic
   generous             jealous
    Some words in these texts have been
     mixed up. Can you correct them?


It’s important to lose your appetite when you are
  trying to stay weight or just regulate in shape.


It’s important to regulate your appetite when you
  are trying to lose weight or just stay in shape.
    Some words in these texts have been
     mixed up. Can you correct them?
    The way parents withstand children is often
  influenced by gender stereotypes. Boys are not
expected to wear pink or bring up their weight. They
 aren’t expected to cry and need to show they can
                    watch pain.


     The way parents bring up children is often
  influenced by gender stereotypes. Boys are not
 expected to wear pink or watch their weight. They
 aren’t expected to cry and need to show they can
                  withstand pain.
   Some words in these texts have been
    mixed up. Can you correct them?
Do you like installing the internet? Then, you
    should be extra careful when you are
downloading software or clicking something
from the internet. Always make sure that the
        links you surf on are reliable.

   Do you like surfing the internet? Then, you
should be extra careful when you are installing
 software or downloading something from the
 internet. Always make sure that the links you
              click on are reliable.
Look at these words related to the media and
put them into three different categories. Then,
       share your ideas with a partner.



breaking news    broadcast broadsheet editorial
      hack journal news bulletin tabloid
   paparazzi broadcaster cameraman/woman
            editor viewer reporter
       People            Types of newspaper or
                            news programme
        hack
                          broadsheet journal
     paparazzi
                           tabloid broadcast
    broadcaster
 cameraman/woman        Parts of a newspaper or
       editor               news programme
       viewer                  editorial
      reporter               news bulletin
                            breaking news
breaking news    broadcast broadsheet editorial
      hack journal news bulletin tabloid
   paparazzi broadcaster cameraman/woman
            editor viewer reporter
Rephrase the sentences using the word given..


                   Tips:

 • Don’t change the word given in any way.

 • Make sure the meaning is exactly the
 same (attention to verb tense too).

 • Read your sentence again when you
 finish to ensure it makes sense.
Rephrase the sentences using the words given.
1. The plane is arriving in 10 minutes.
The plane ............................... in 10 minutes.
             is due to arrive
DUE

2. There’s a good chance that he will get a
promotion next year.
He ............................... a promotion next year.
       is likely to get
LIKELY


3. Would       you mind telling me how long you’ve
been married?
I .......................................... me how long you’ve
   wonder if you could tell
been married. WONDER
Rephrase the sentences using the words given.
1. Someone stole my bike last weekend.
   ..............................
I had my bike stolen last weekend.   STOLEN


2. I arrived early at the cinema because I didn’t
want to have to queue.
                               so as not to
I arrived early at the cinema ........................
have to queue.                                SO


3. I don’t expect him to win the medal.
He ............................... the medal. UNLIKELY
     is unlikely to win
  Complete with the right forms of the verbs in
                   brackets:

                                            realised
1. When I ...............(open) the door, I ..............
          opened
                 had been raining
   (realise) it .............................. (rain) heavily all
   morning, as the streets were all flooded.
                                              was lying
2. When I .............. (arrive) home, Lisa .................
           arrived
   (lie) in bed. Her eyes ........... (be) red. She
                           were
   ..........................
   had been crying (cry) all day because she
   had broken
   .................   (break) up with her boyfriend the
   night before.
Complete with the right forms of the verbs in
                 brackets:
A: What are your plans for next holidays, Sam?
B: I ’m going to spend (spend) my next
     .........................
holidays in the south of France. This time next
        ’ll have done (do) all my tests and
month I .................
will be sunbathing
................................ (sunbathe) on a delicious
beach.
Notes
Slides 6 a 8: Allow sts to disagree on whether words are positive or negative, but ask
them to support their opinions with arguments.

Slide 9: (GW) Ask sts to think of three different categories to classify the words in the
box. Give them some time to discuss.

Slide 10: Show sts the three categories and tell them to organize the words given
accordingly.

Slides 12-14: Explain this is an FCE type of question. If need be, do the first with them.
Tell them it is important that they understand the mechanics of the task well before
attempting to do it.

Slides 15-16: Tell students they are expected to use verbs in the past and in the future
to complete the texts. If necessary, make a brief revision of verb tenses before telling
them to do this exercise.

								
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