1. VOCABULARY: How to use interjections
Interjections! Yay! Hmm? What are they?
2. Breaking English news speed reading exercise
How to use lyricstraining.com
• This is a great web-page to practice your listening and spelling.
• Your teacher will tell you what song to choose. There will be no Celine Dion. If you work fast and finish early you can choose your own favourite song lyrics.
Choose from the advanced level to test yourself. Then why not choose Christmas songs:
Cascada, Let it snow
Wonderful Christmas Time by Paul McCartney & Wings
Christmas Lights by Coldplay
Last Christmas by Wham
3. Interjections & body language practice
4. how to score points for listening in the exam – practice:
a) How was your weekend?
b) How did you feel when you first came to England?
c) Are you becoming more British? How?
d) If Mark, or another British tourist, like Tallulah, went to YOUR COUNTRY, what culture shock would we experience?
e) What shocked you most? (Don’t talk about the weather!)
5. Adapting to a new culture: http://learnenglishteens.britishcouncil.org/uk-now/video-uk/settling-uk-student-life
6. CULTURE SHOCK – Polish IT consultant’s account of his experiences of life in the UK: random stuff that baffles me as an immigrant reddit.com post
7. Migrants views on Britain (The Daily Telegraph website)
8. Haifaa’s Prezi presentation
dozen noun [C], determiner
UK US /ˈdʌz.ən/
B1 twelve:a dozen eggsThis recipe makes three dozen cookies.Could you get me half a dozen (= six)eggs when you go to the supermarket?informal I’ve spoken to him dozens of (= many) times, but I still don’t know his name!
barter verb [I or T]
UK /ˈbɑː.tər/ US /ˈbɑːr.t̬ɚ/
› to exchange goods for other things rather than for money:He bartered his stamp collection for her comics.We spent a whole hour bartering withstallholders for souvenirs.