54678 asking about illness

Greetings – asking about health

Greetings – asking about health
... Teaching date: 15/9 : 6A Period 19/9: 6B : Greetings Number from to 10 I Objective: - Greetings (cont) Count the numbers from to 10 - Asking and answering about age II Language content: - Good morning/ ... and let ss make sentences b Introduce a thing - Give a picture and let ss make sentences c Asking about a thing: - Give a picture and let ss make sentences - Ss write on the board S: That is ... Introducing people and things - Listen and number a door a window an eraser classroom a ruler c Asking about the objects: (SBT P.15) - Write Ex: Write the questions: No, thats my classroom Yes This...
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3571 grammar meets conversation 12 how often do you 12 asking about regular activities

3571 grammar meets conversation 12  how often do you 12  asking about regular activities
... watch How often you ………… shopping? How often you ………… your teeth? a buy b c go d go to How often you ………… eggs for breakfast? a cooks b eaten c have d swallow How often you ………… aerobics? How often ... practise d ride a b go c play d practise How often you ………… by train? 10 How often you ………… your email? 11 How often you ………… to Facebook? 12 How often you ………… for viruses? a drive b go c move ... 16 How often you ……… to your grandparents? a meeting b saw c visit d wrote a letter 17 How often you ………… a horse? 18 How often you ………… your shoes? a brush b polish c sweep d wash 19 How often...
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3003 grammar meets conversation ing vs ed adjectives 5 asking about experiences and opinions

3003 grammar meets conversation ing vs ed adjectives 5  asking about experiences and opinions
... think learning English is ………………………? What’s the most ……………………… thing that ever happened to you? a bored b boring a surprised b surprising a tired b tiring a embarrassed b embarrassing When was ... ever been ………………………? Talk about it Manuals can be ………………………, don’t you think? a excited b exciting a bored b boring a disappointed b disappointing a confused b confusing Who’s the most …………………… ... decision? What was it? a tired b tiring a depressed b depressing a disgusted b disgusting a puzzled b puzzling Answer Key b a a b b a b b a 10 b 11 a 12 b 13 b 14 b 15 a 16 a 17 a 18 b 19 b 20...
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Asking Your Pharmacist about Generics

Asking Your Pharmacist about Generics
... front (get “dequeued”) You can’t insert or remove elements in the middle Chapter 15: Asking Your Pharmacist about Generics Class Characteristics Stack The standard analogy is a stack of plates To ... six items, then string myString = (string)aList[4]; // cast to string Chapter 15: Asking Your Pharmacist about Generics Fine, but the second consequence is this: You can put eggs in the carton, ... The GenericCollections example on the CD (which is more complete than Chapter 15: Asking Your Pharmacist about Generics the listing that follows) shows some of the things you can with List...
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Three Myths About Starting Your Own Business

Three Myths About Starting Your Own Business
... up your own company is an exciting adventure, but it's never easy To become the next Sergey Brin or Larry Page, or even just to realize the dream of creating your own healthy business, focus your ... the market doesn't likely agree with you about what's perfect In many ways the quality of your execution is more important than the innovativeness of your product Microsoft ( MSFT - news - people ... to get to your first sale and then multiply that times five Don't get caught up in perfecting your product beforehand Too many entrepreneurs so endlessly improve their products before starting...
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Example about Project or Plan in Writing Task 1

Example about Project or Plan in Writing Task 1
... climbed in order to reach the two viewing platforms There are now plans to build below the foundations of the tower These plans include the development of five underground levels that will incorporate ... to the Seine River in Paris It is a metal structure that is 1, 063 feet high and weighs 7, 417 tonnes The tower has been a tourist attraction since 18 89, when it was built, and there are 1, 665 steps ... ticket office, shopping facilities, a cinema and museum and two floors of underground parking Although details have yet to be finalised, the principle is that the five floors will be connected...
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Example about System in Writing Task 1

Example about System in Writing Task 1
... again Introduction: First sentence Overview: Second sentence Key features: Entry of cold water into boiler; circulation of hot water to radiators and taps; return of water to boiler Supporting information: ... radiators; radiator tubes Paragraph breaks: The paragraph breaks mark stages in the process Linkers: and, from there, then, once, again Reference words: it, both, there, which, this Topic vocabulary: enters, ... which, this Topic vocabulary: enters, stored, roof, flows, ground floor, located, passes, pumped, system, circulates, heat, directed, returned, re-heated Less common vocabulary: ensure, fuelled...
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Visuals writing about graphs, tables and diagrams

Visuals writing about graphs, tables and diagrams
... 2 Writing Tables and Diagrams Visuals: about Graphs, Since most of the IELTS Academic \Writing Thsk questions deal with graphs and rables ,and since they require specific interpretation and writing ... desirablein the text rc Answer Key Visuals: Writing Tables about Graphs, and Diagrams 1.2 Writingabout Graphsand Tables In real life, the text usually comesfrst, and the graph or table is added ... table tc Ansuter Ke! Tables and Diagrams Writing about Graphs, Visuals: the 1.3 Understanding Purpose TASK3 Look at the following graph and the descriptions given underneath, and decide which one...
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You should spend about 20 minutes on this task

You should spend about 20 minutes on this task
... focusing on something else Report structure Like the line graphs, your report should be structured simply with an introduction, body and conclusion Tenses should be used appropriately Use one standard ... and follow through the stages in your mind before beginning to write If it’s still not making sense, then go on to Task Two but make sure that you give yourself 20 minutes to complete the report ... Sample Task demonstrates this problem Look at the stages for the writing test In the second stage we can see that the writing paper is marked by an examiner It is then sent to the examination board...
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101 ielts speaking part two tasks about people places actions things and times.pdf

101 ielts speaking part two tasks about people places actions things and times.pdf
... What things they used to with you And say if you would look after a child the same way or not, and why Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2008 IELTS Speaking Part Two Tasks about Places ... -What it does And say if you would like to live near one of these animals or not, and why Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2008 IELTS Speaking Part Two Tasks about Times Talk about a future ... will achieve that by And say what you will if you can’t achieve that goal or ambition Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2008 IELTS Speaking Part Two Tasks about Things Describe an item...
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101 ielts speaking part two tasks about sports and hobbies

101 ielts speaking part two tasks about sports and hobbies
... IELTS Speaking Part Two topic cards about Sports, hobbies and free time A-Z A Activity- see also “Favourite” and “Future” Describe an activity you like ... you have ever done it with them And say if you think that is a good hobby or not, and why C Cards/ card games- see “Game” Child- see also “Game” and Sports Talk about a hobby you were interested ... from And say how it compares to other books you have read or know about Brother or sister Talk about a hobby that a brother or sister, or other relative, likes You should mention: - Where and...
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