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Wednesday, September 13 2013 M6 Day 1

Module 6: The Wide and Wonderful World


Unit 1: Mind over Matter

Welcome, prayer
Return M5, Unit 3 exam and final grade.
Bible Verse

Disaster! P. 2-3 (CD1:45,46,47)
The earthquake happened early in the morning. Over 3,000
people were killed and about 225,000 were injured.
Almost 500 buildings were destroyed and a lot of money
was lost a total of about $400,000,000.

Silent Letters. P. 3 (CD1:49,50)

Past Simple Passive. P. 4-5

Passive: subject + to be + past participle
Subject receives the action

1 ________ was/were 2 _____ __________.

When was/were 1 ___________ 2_____ __________?

The discovery of America

When was America discovered?
America was discovered in 1492. It was discovered by
Christopher Columbus. It was colonized by Spain,
England, Portugal, France, Germany and Holland.


Past Simple Passive (2) p. 4-5.

Passive: subject + to be + past participle
?? + to be + subject + past participle?
Subject receives the action

When were the students given their diplomas?
They were given their diplomas in November 2011.

1. The president gave John an award.
John was given an award by the President.
2. Everyone saw them.
They were seen by everyone.

Do them and write on board. Correct.

Regular verb
Infinitive present past past present
participle
To save save/saves saved saved saving
To elect elect/elects elected elected electing
To file file/files filed filed filing
Irregular verb
To be am/are/is was/were been being
To see see/sees saw seen seeing
To steal steal/steals stole stolen stealing
To know know/knows knew known knowing
To bite bite/bites bit bitten biting
To bring bring/brings brought brought bringing
To understand understood understood
To build build/builds built built building
To cut cut/cuts cut cut cutting

To buy buy/buys bought bought buying
To build build/builds built built building
To understand understood understood
Understand/understands understanding

To beat beat/beats beat beaten beating

3. He was brought
4. The women were saved
5. The explanation was understood
6. Two complaints were filed
7. My wallet was stolen
8. They were known
9. He was bitten
10. That house was built



a/an/the, p. 8
Two famous disasters that have happened were an
earthquake and a volcanic eruption. The earthquake
happened in 1964 in Alaska and was the strongest
earthquake that was ever recorded. The volcano erupted
about 2,000 years ago. It destroyed a Roman town called
Pompeii. The town was completely destroyed.

Indefinite article
Definite article

Review: a or an
a book, an apple, a red apple, an orange apple

In a sentence or paragraph, use a or an + noun to talk about
something for the first time; general context.
Use the + noun when it is clear which thing or person you are
talking about; specific context.

1. Ive got two bicycles, a green one and a grey one. I got
the green bike as a birthday present when I was 12. I
bought the grey bike with my own money.
2. I read a newspaper story about a new plane yesterday.
The plane can carry 3,000 people but the story didnt
say when they will finish making it.
3. My father drives an old car. He loves it! It was made
in 1960, and it looks really beautiful. Last week he had
a phone call from a woman in London. My father didnt
know the woman, but she offered him 10,000 for the
car.

Now, read this email from someone who went on this holiday. What was she happy about? What problems
did she have?

Hi John!

Well, Im back! I had a great time in Borneo really fascinating.
Kuching was interesting, but I dont think we spent enough time
there. When we left to go on the river, there were too many
people for the longboat, so we travelled to the village in a bus.
The village was fascinating. I loved the longhouse, but there
werent enough rooms for all of us to sleep there, so we had to
sleep in tents. The first night was great, but I ate too much
delicious Iban food, and so I felt ill the next morning! The
second night wasnt as good because there wasnt enough food
for everyone. After that there was a jungle trek lots of
interesting things there, but not enough time to see everything.

Anyway, Ill see you next weekend and show you all my photos.

See you then,
Annie

too much/too many/not enough

What is the difference in use between too much and too many?

Practice

Complete the text with too much, too many and (not) enough.
I dont really like my town. Every summer, too many tourists come here, so there
are too many cars in the streets, and that means theres too much noise. There
arent enough places for teenagers to go, either. There are lots of shops but
there are always too many people in them! And most of the clothes shops are
for old people there arent enough shops for young people like me!


Speaking

Make true sentences about these things using too much/too many/not enough.

work time money space books CDs
job hour peso meters reading music



Too much/too many. P. 10
Too much uncountable nouns
Too many countable nouns
Not enough negative

I dont really like my town. Every summer _____ tourists
come here, so there are _____cars in the streets, and
that means theres _____noise. There arent _____
places for teenagers to go, either. There are lots of
shops but there are always _____ people in them! And
most of the clothes shops are for old peoplethere arent
_____ jobs for young people like me.


Homework:
p. 4, Past simple passive (1)
Write the VERB for each noun. Then write a sentence in
the past simple passive for each noun using the phrase in
the box. See #1 for example:
1. Assassination assassinate Luis Carlos Galn was
assassinated.
p.6,7, read, answer questions, do the writing exercise p.7
p. 9, read, answer questions (1,2,3)
p. 11, writing exercise
p. 11, Homes. Match type of home in the box with the
pictures. Then identify where you see the things in the
pictures with to box below. Answer the questions.
p. 12, Complete the vocabulary (use the internet).
p. 12, Writing
p. 15, read and answer questions
p. 16,17, read and answer questions