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UNIT 5
3º ESO
VOCABULARY- FASHION
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF HER LOOK?
Do
Can
you
you
like
describe
herBORING
look?
whatWould
is
sheyou
wearing?
wear it ?
Does
Does
she
she
look
look
CASUAL
?
Is
or ?PLAIN
?
Does
she look SMART
?
Is it
it COLOURFUL
COMFORTABLE
VOCABULARY
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF HER LOOK?
Itt’s called PREPPY LOOK
Do
you
like
her
look?
Would
you
wear
it ? ?
Does
she
look
good
for
going
to
work
Can
you
describe
what
is
she
wearing?
Does
she
look
SMART
or
CASUAL
?
Is it DULL
Is it COLOURFUL
?
or PLAIN?
Do you like their
looks? Would you wear them?
VOCABULARY
BAGGY
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF HIS LOOK?
HOW ARE THESE JEANS CALLED?
Can
you
describe
what Would
are they
wearing?
Do
you
likeCOOL
his look?
Are
Do
Are
they
they
look
COLOURFUL
COMFORTABLE
or or
UNCOOL
PLAIN
? you
?? wear it?
VOCABULARY
Do you like their looks? Would you wear them? When?
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THEIR LOOKS?
Do
they
look
BORING
?are
DoDo
you
Can
think
you
describe
are
they
what
MATCHING
they
or wearing?
CLASHING
Are
they
they
COMFORTABLE
look
COOL
?
or
IMPRACTICAL
? styles?
Are they PATTERNED or
PLAIN
?
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THESE LOOKS?
YOU CAN USE THE VOCABULARY IN YOUR WORKBOOK page 43
BAGGY
CASUAL………………
DULL…………………..
MATCHING …………..
PLAIN …………………..
COOL ………………..
COMFORTABLE …..
PRACTICAL …………
SMART
COLOURFUL
CLASHING
PATTERNED
UNCOOL
UNCOMFORTABLE
IMPRACTICAL
• Bring some pictures from home and comment
the styles and look you like the most and why
VOCABULARY - COMMERCE
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DESIGN
EXPORT
GROW
IMPORT
MANUFACTURE
PRODUCE
SHOP
SUPPLY
WORK
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DESIGNER
EXPORTER
GROWER
IMPORTER
MANUFACTURER
PRODUCER
SHOPPER
SUPPLIER
WORK ER
CAN YOU EXPLAIN ME USING THIS VOCABULARY HOW
DOES COMMERCE WORK?
PASSIVE SENTENCES
Finish this sentences
discovered by Christobal Columbus
America was
DISCOVER
Bread isMAKE
made with flour
MAKE
Hamburguers are
made with miced meat
was written by Cervantes
Don Quijote WRITE
DIRECT
directed by George Lucas
Star Wars was
WRITE
written by J.K Rowling
Harry Potterwas
Are these sentences active or passive?
Why?
• Women in most countries wear trousers
• Long dresses are worn in weedings
• Some people didn’t accept trousers as
women’s clothing in the past
• Different materials are recycled
• People recycle different materials
• Those books will be sold yesterday, they are
very cheap
Student’s book page 43 activity 8
Passive sentences emphasize the fact or the
action, which is more important than the
person who does the action.
This programme is recorded in Bristol
They recorded this programme in Bristol
Sometimes we don’t want, need , or don’t know
who did it. If we want to emphasize who did it
we must introduce it by the preposition “BY”
TV was invented by John Logie
John Logie invented the TV
AGENTS
• By ….. Sometimes they are important for the
meaning and others they must be ommited
because they are not important at all
– Three houses were built last year near the factory
– The house where I live was built by my grandfather
– Thousands of books are read every day all around
the world
– These books are not only read by young people
You have to take care when changing the subject
into Agent
• She gave me a ticket fot the concert
– A ticket for the concert was given me by HER
– I was given a ticket for the concert by HER
• He is reading the book
– The book is being read by him
• They stolen the car
– The car was stolen by them
• They can be used with any tense.
– PRESENT SIMPLE
• Presents are made with love
– PAST SIMPLE
• Romeo and Juliet was written by Shakespeare
– FUTURE SIMPLE
• His new film will be released in July
– FUTURE: BE GOING TO +INFINITIVE
• You are going to be treated great in your visit
– PRESENT CONTINUOUS
• My room is being painted in this moment
– PAST CONTINUOUS
• The baby was being fed when you arrived home
– PRESENT PERFECT
• The car has been checked this morning
– MODALS
• The law must be followed by all the students
• They can be used with any tense.
– PRESENT SIMPLE
• Subject + am/is/are + PAST PARTICIPLE
– PAST SIMPLE
• Subject + was/were + PAST PARTICIPLE
– FUTURE SIMPLE
• Subject + will BE + PAST PARTICIPLE
– FUTURE: BE GOING TO +INFINITIVE
• Subject + am/is/are going to BE + PAST PARTICIPLE
– PRESENT CONTINUOUS
• Subject + am/is/are BEING+ PAST PARTICIPLE
– PAST CONTINUOUS
• Subject + was/were BEING + PAST PARTICIPLE
– PRESENT PERFECT
• Subject + have/has BEEN+ PAST PARTICIPLE
– MODALS
• Subject + can/must/have to/should BE + PAST PARTICIPLE
Changing sentences from the active voice to
the passive voice
• You have a subject and an object in the sentence
– Agatha Christie wrote this book
• The
object of
the active
voice becomes the
SUBJECT
: Agatha
Christie
subject
of :the
activeChristie
SUBJECT
Agatha
– This book…
• The main verb is now changed into the passive
OBJECT
:
this
book
OBJECT
:
this
book
voice.
– This book was written
• VERB
The subject
of the
active
sentence becomes the
:
wrote
(past
simple)
VERB of
: wrote
(pastsentence.
simple active
Agent
the passive
If it is )necessary it
written
(past
simpleby
passive)
is placedwas
at the
end and
preceded
the
preposition BY.
– This book was written by Agatha Christie
Changing sentences from the active voice to
the passive voice
• You have a subject and an object in the sentence
– Agatha Christie wrote this book
• The object of the active voice becomes the
subject of the active
– This book…
• The main verb is now changed into the passive
voice.
– This book was written
• The subject of the active sentence becomes the
Agent of the passive sentence. If it is necessary it
is placed at the end and preceded by the
preposition BY.
– This book was written by Agatha Christie
EXAMPLE
• She bought me a present for my birthday
• They will arrest him if he continuous acting
that way
• Cars are made by robots
• Madonna was wearing this dress in her last
video
• She teaches German in that school
Questions and short answers
– PRESENT SIMPLE
• Are presents made with love?
• am/is/are + Subject + PAST PARTICIPLE +?
– PAST SIMPLE
• was Romeo and Juliet written by Shakespeare?
• was/were +Subject + PAST PARTICIPLE +?
– FUTURE SIMPLE
• Will his new film be released in July?
• Will + Subject + BE + PAST PARTICIPLE +?
– FUTURE: BE GOING TO +INFINITIVE
• are you going to be treated great in your visit?
• am/is/are +Subject + going to BE + PAST PARTICIPLE +?
– PRESENT CONTINUOUS
• Is your room being painted in this moment?
• am/is/are + Subject + BEING+ PAST PARTICIPLE +?
– PAST CONTINUOUS
• Was the baby being fed when you arrived home?
• was/were +Subject + BEING + PAST PARTICIPLE +?
– PRESENT PERFECT
• Has the car been checked this morning ?
• have/has +Subject + BEEN+ PAST PARTICIPLE +?
– MODALS
• Must the law be followed by all the students ?
• can/must/have to/should +Subject + BE + PAST
PARTICIPLE +?
• http://www.englischhilfen.de/en/grammar/by_agent.htm
• http://www.englischhilfen.de/en/exercises/active_passive/passive
_sentences1.htm
• http://www.ego4u.com/en/cramup/grammar/passive
• http://www.perfect-englishgrammar.com/passive-exercise-5.html
SO/ SUCH / TOO / ENOUGH
• SO and SUCH are used to give emphasis. (tan…)
– SO + ADJECTIVES
• Japanese food is so tasty
– SO MUCH/MANY + NOUN
• I’ve got so many friends I need a bigger place for my party
• SUCH
– SUCH ( A / AN) + ADJECTIVE + SINGULAR NOUN
• It’s such a lovely film, I’m going to watch it again
– SUCH + ADJECTIVE + UNCOUNTABLE/PLURAL NOUN
• You wear such smart clothes
TOO- TOO MUCH – TOO MANY –
(NOT)ENOUGH
• TOO
Demasiado
TOO + ADV/ADJ
It is TOO COLD in this room, I’ll close the window
• TOO MUCH/ MANY
Demasiado
There is TOO MUCH noise in this room
There are TOO MANY books in your shelf
TOO MUCH + UNCOUNTABLE NOUN
TOO MANY + COUNTABLE NOUN
TOO- TOO MUCH – TOO MANY –
(NOT)ENOUGH
• ENOUGH
Suficiente
ADV/ADJ + ENOUGH
Is this room hot/warm ENOUGH?
• ENOUGH
Suficiente ENOUGH + NOUN
It’s ok, I’ve got ENOUGH money
I can’t pay I don’t have ENOUGH money
We don’t have ENOUGH tomatoes to make a
Gazpacho
ACTIVITIES
• http://www.englishexercises.org/makeagame/
viewgame.asp?id=2483
• http://www.agendaweb.org/grammar/sosuch-exercises.html
• http://www.examenglish.com/grammar/b1_in
tensifiers.htm

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