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Организационный момент. • T: Good morning. You • SS: Good morning. are so nice

Организационный момент. • T: Good morning. You • SS: Good morning. are so nice and pretty Thank you. Yes, we today. Are you ready are. Today’s the 24 th to work. Take your of September, seats, please. What’s Tuesday. Everybody’s the date today and here. day of the week? Who’s absent?

Communication. Match the photos and its descriptions. 1. He’s his fifties. He’s pretty. He’s

Communication. Match the photos and its descriptions. 1. He’s his fifties. He’s pretty. He’s medium build, of average height. He’s strong and muscular. His eyes are green and his hair is ginger. 2. He’s his fifties. He’s goodlooking. He’s medium build, of average height. He’s strong and muscular. His eyes are green and he’s almost bald.

Describe him, please

Describe him, please

Put the verbs in brackets into the correct present tense (Simple, Continuous, Perfect or

Put the verbs in brackets into the correct present tense (Simple, Continuous, Perfect or Perfect Continuous). 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. This (be) Mr Smith. He (be) a dentist. He (work) in this hospital for 10 years. It (be) 7 p. m. and he just (come) home. What he (do) now? He (cook) dinner for his wife. It (be) her birthday. 6. They (live) together for 15 years. I think they (be) very happy.

Check 1. This is Mr Smith. 2. He is a dentist. 3. He has

Check 1. This is Mr Smith. 2. He is a dentist. 3. He has been working in this hospital for 10 years. 4. It is 7 p. m. and he has just come home. 5. What is he doing now? He is cooking dinner for his wife. It is her birthday. 6. They have been living together for 15 years. I think they are very happy.

Project 1. Make three posters under the following headings: – • Wanted for Murder

Project 1. Make three posters under the following headings: – • Wanted for Murder – • Wanted for Robbery – • Missing 2. Stick a picture of a person and write some details/peculiar features (hair, face, height, built, weight). 3. Use comparative/superlative degrees of adjectives