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«WHATEVER THE WEATHER» «Weather is a great metaphor for life – sometimes it’s good, sometimes it’s bad, and there’s nothing much you can do about it but carry an umbrella. » Terri Guillements
TH [ð] [θ] v. Weathe When the weather is wet v Thankful r We must not fret, v Think When the weather is v. Togeth v Something cold er We must not scold. v. Without When the weather is warm v. Other We must not storm, v. With But be thankful together Whatever the weather. v. There v. That v. The
ENGLISH PROVERBS. 1. Every cloud 2. To everything 3. It never rains 4. One cloud is enough 5. After rain comes a. fine weather b. to eclipse the sun c. there is a season d. but it pours e. has a silver lining
ENGLISH PROVERBS. 1. Every cloud 2. To everything has a silver lining there is a season 3. It never rains but it pours 4. One cloud is enough 5. After rain comes to eclipse the sun fine weather
Choose the right ending to the sentences: 1. Britain isn’t a wet and foggy land but a) the rain here are very heavy. b) it often rains in the south of Britain. c) you can never be sure of a dry day. 2. Because of the changeable weather a) the British often catch bad colds. b) people carry umbrellas every day. c) they often talk about it. 3. Britain’s climate has got a bad reputation because a) it is very cold in winter. b) the weather changes quickly. c) it often rains in summer.
British student. Greet your partner Start the conversation with words “ We often start a conversation by talking about the weather. Do you start a conversation by talking about the weather? ” Russian student. Greet your partner Express your opinion on the problem. “It usually gets very cold in the winter and very hot in the summer in my region. What can you say about the weather in summer and in winter in Britain? ” Give your opinion according this problem. Express your opinion on the problem. “The weather in England changes very “People often say that the British talk quickly. Sometimes the British have weather about the weather all the time. Is it from each season all in one day. Can you say true? ” the same about the weather in Russia? ” Give your opinion according this problem. “We can never be sure of a dry day in Great Britain. Can you be sure of sunny weather in Russia? ” Express your opinion on the problem. “What do you prefer doing when the weather is rainy and misty? ” Give your opinion according this problem. Glad to meet you. Give your opinion according this problem. “What do you prefer doing when the weather is fine and warm? ” Express your opinion on the problem. “What do you prefer doing when the weather is cold and windy? ” Glad to meet you too.
LANGUAGE SUPPORT Language of agreement v Yes, that’s right v I think so, too v v Language of disagreement v I don’t agree v I don’t think so Exactly v You can’t say so It’s true v That’s not the point