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UNIT

1 How was your vacation?

2 I think it's exciting

3 Do it before you're 30

Review units 1 - 3

4 The best place in the world!

5 Where's the party?

6 You should try it!

Review units 4 -6
7 There are too many stores!

8 I like guys who are smart

9 What were you doing?

Review units 7 - 9

10 It must be an earthquake!
VOCABULARY
sunbathing, hiking, sightseeing, camping, sailing, kayaking, fishing, horseback riding, scuba diving

action, animation, romantic comedy, marital arts, horror, scence fiction, classical, country, heavy metal, jazz, rap, soul

bungee jumping, driving a racecar, rock climbing, parasailing, windsurfing, riding a motorcycle, flying a plane, skydiving

island, ocean, continent, mountain range, lake, river, rainforest, waterfall, desert, volcano

bride, groom, ring, wedding dress, guest, present, bouquet, fireworks, cake, card, candle

meditate, get fresh air, cook fresh food, exercise, get stressed, eat fast food, be inactive, drink soda
perfume, mall, clothing, jewelry, electronics, flea market, boutique, online store, antiques

bald, beautiful, broad-shoulder, slim, handsome, muscular, pretty, skinny

has cut his hair, has a black eye, has a broken nose, has lost a tooth, has a broken arm, dislocated his finger, has a bruised leg, s
GRAMMAR
Agreeing and disagreeing

Adjectives ending -ing and -ed

The present perfect


S + have/has + V3

Superlative adjectives

Adverbial clauses: before, after, and when

should and have to


too/not enough; too many/too much

Relative clauses (subject)

The past continuous


S + was/were + V_ing
CLASS ACTIVITIES
Pair Work. What did you do on your last vacation? Tell your partner.
Pair Work. Practice the conversation again. Use the ideas below. Add your own ideas.
Pair Work. Respond to the statement in Activity 2 with information about you.
Group Work. Discuss these questions with your group.
Group Work. Compare your lists. Did anyone do the same thing as you?
Group Work. Tell another group the things you did last summer. Ask and answer questions. Try to give extra information.
Pair Work. What kinds of movies and music do you like?
Pair Work. Practice the conversation again. Use the ideas below. Add your own ideas.
Pair Work. Compare your answer.
Group Work. Did you see any of these movies? What did you think? Tell your group.
Group Work. Compare your answers. Who has the most in common with you?
Group Work. Discuss these questions.
Pair Work. Which things in the pictures do you want to try? Compare your answers.
Pair Work. Practice the conversation again. Use the ideas below. Add your own ideas.
Pair Work. Complete the conversations. Then practice them with a partner.
Pair Work. Write sentense about you. Then compare them with a partner.
Pair Work. Answer the questions in Activity 1 with information about you.
Group Work. Discuss these questions.
Ask classmate the survey questions. Write the names of students who say ''yes''. Try to get extra information!
Choose the best story from your group. Share the story with the class.
Pair Work. Put a box around the music. Practice the conversation again. Use your own ideas for the music.
Group Work. What is something you've always wanted to try? Tell your group.
Pair Work. Complete the chart with places you know. Then compare your chart with a partner.
Pair Work. Practice the conversation again. Use the ideas below. Add your own ideas.
Group Work. What dangerous creatures are there in your country? Which is the most dangerous? Have you ever seen one? Tel
Pair Work. What do you know about world geography? Work with a partner and match the places with superlative phrases. Do
Group Work. Compare your guesses with other pairs.
Group Work. Think of five superlative about your city, region, or country. Share your information with your group.
Pair Work. Practice the conversation again. Use the ideas below. Add your own ideas.
Pair Work. What do you do in these situations? Use sequence adverbs to answer the questions.
Pair Work. In your own words, tell your partner what happened to one of the three people.
Group Work. What's your favorite festival? What do you, your friends, or your fmaily do?
Pair Work. What is your favorite month? Make a list of reasons in the chart. Then complete the chart with information about yo
Find classmate who have the same favorite month as you.
Group Work. With clasmate who like the same month, compare your reasons.
Pair Work. Do you do any of the things in the pictures? Tell your partner.
Pair Work. Practice the conversation again. Use the ideas below. Add your own ideas.
Pair Work. What should people do to have a healthy lifestyle? Write five sentences. Then tell your partner.
Group Work. Who has the better plan for a healthy lifestyle? ? Erin or Brian? Tell your group.
Discuss the questions.
Pair Work. Ask your partner the question and check Yes or No. Try to give extra information when you answer.
Pair Work. What do you think your partner can do for a healthier lifestyle? Give your partner advice.
Pair Work. Put a box around the places and activities. Practice the conversation agin. Use your own ideas for the places and acti
Group Work. Discuss these questions.
Pair Work. Look at the items in the stores. Which do you think are…
Pair Work. Practice the conversation again. Use the ideas below. Add your own ideas.
Pair Work. What kinds of things do you buy online? Why? Tell your partner.
Group Work. Use the information to compare your shopping habits. Is the comment true for you? Tell your group.
Group Work. Use the words to describe the people in the picture. Can you use them to describe your classmate?
Pair Work. Practice the conversation again. Use the ideas below. Add your own ideas.
Pair Work. Use relative clauses to complete the sentences.
Group Work. Which do you think is the best suggestion for a first date? Can you think of other ideas? Tell your group.
Pair Work. Compare your lists with a partner. Explain your reasons.
Group Work. Share your reasons. Try to agree on the five most important qualities.
Pair Work. Have you ever done any of these things? Tell your partner.
Pair Work. Practice the conversation again. Use the ideas below. Add your own ideas.
Pair Work. Complete the sentences with information about you.
Group Work. Close your books. Take turns telling the story in your own words.
Group Work. Choose one of the questions. Tell your group about what happened to you and answer the questions.
Tell the class what happened to someone in your group.
Pair Work. Put a box around the shopping items. Practice the conversation again. Use your own ideas for the shopping items.
Group Work. Discuss the questions.