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A city mouse or a country mouse?
I feel … because …
I feel … when …
… is / are very important to me. I don`t mind … I can`t stand … I think I`m a city/country mouse.
guests (n): people who are invited swapping (v): exchanging sth for sth else farmyard (n): an area of land near the farmhouse enclosed by walls or buildings milking (v): getting milk from a cow barn (n): a building on a farm in which we keep crops or animals feeding (v): giving food to an animal isolated (adj): being alone or far from people close at hand (adj): nearby hustle and bustle (n): movement, activity and noise of a place huge (adj): very big facilities (n): buildings, equipment, or services provided at a place homesick (adj): to feel bad because you are away from your home and/or family miss (v): to feel sad because you don’t have something anymore hometown (n): the town where somebody comes from and lived/lives in lovely (adj): nice and kind
Interview outline Interviewer Introduce yourself, magazine. 3. Ask if you can ask questions. 5. Ask first question. 7. Thank interviewee for time. Sarah / Annabel 2. Greet interviewer. 4. Agree. 6. Reply. 8. Reply politely.
A: Hello, my name is Ben Jones from Star Magazine. B: Hello. Nice to meet you. A: Can I ask you a few questions, Annabel? B: Of course. A: What time do you get up? B: I get up at 5 am. A: What time do you go to school? B: I leave for school at 7 am. A: Are you learning anything at Sarah’s house? B: Yes, I’m learning how to milk cows … etc. A: Well, thank you very much for your time. B: You’re welcome.
pp 6 -7 – to learn new words (WL Unit 1a) quizlet.com p 7 – to read and translate WB ex 1, 2, 4 p 5 Homework