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Play the recording again and get students to repeat chorally and individually. They also speak French in Switzerland, Belgium,and some 3 Focus attention on the sentence stress in the positive partsof Africk and negativesentences.
Drill the sentences and then get students to practise in pairs. Reference 6. TheyspeakGerman in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. They speak Italian in Italy and Switzerland. They speak in Portugal,Brazil, Angola, and Mozambique.
Students continue to work in pairs or small groups. If you have a small group, allow each student to tell the rest of the class about their language skills. If you have a big group, select just a few students to feed back, but make sure you choose different students at the next feedback stage, so that evenone gets a chance.
Unit 6 Can you speak English? The sentences are produced below in phonetic script. Pre-teachtcheck cook, and drive.
Ask students to listen and write in the answers. Then ask them to check their answers with a partner. Play the recording swim d again as you conduct a h l l class feedback. They could read the tapescript on pl17 of their books as you do this. I can't drive acar,but 4 They can ski, but they can't swim. I want to have lessons soon. I can't speak FrenchbutIan 6 'Can she drive?
My mother's ttalian, and weoften go to Italy. Although this is a recognition esercise, you can make it productive by ashns your students to read some of the My mother's a really good c d , she can cook really well, not sentences aloud to each other.
I just Tina can't cook.
Can you? What about sports?
I think I'm good at 1 This again is a recognition exercise that moves into a production stage. This time the recording is much more quite a lot of sports.
I can play tennis, and ski, sometimes we natural-sounding, not being a series of sentences for dictation, but a girl talking about her abilities. Of course I can use a column in the chart. Play the recording. Put students into pairs to compare their answers. Then computer - all my friendscan. Let students listen again if necessary. Students complete column 2 of the chart about themselves.
Practise the questions in the Student's Book in open and closed pairs. Yes, I can. The two consonants nt together are difficult for many nationalities. Students work in pairs and ask and answer questions about each of the activities in the chart.
Go round and monitor and help as they do this. Then round off the activity by asking a few members of the class to tell the others about their and their partner's abilities.
Highlight the use of contrastive stress, e.
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