7IC8J6-faajje! - Groupe Modulo

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7IC8J6-faajje! - Groupe Modulo
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ISBN-13 : 978-2-89650-099-4
ISBN-10 : 2-89650-099-5
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making arrangements
n Situation 2
scenario 1
Situation 2
making arrangements
Building Vocabulary
Reservations
1 Match each word with its description. Write the corresponding letter in the box beside
each word.
Postal services
Telephone
Internet
Toll-free numbers
Making reservations
A It’s probably the most popular method of making reservations. It’s the fastest
but not the safest way of reserving.
B It’s surely the most old-fashioned way of making reservations, but also the least
frequently used because it is not as fast as the Internet. That’s why it’s sometimes called “snail mail”!
C The only way of getting a verbal confirmation of your reservation. More often
than not you will use toll-free numbers.
D A good way to avoid disappointment during a trip and be sure to have the exact
dates and places of your choice for your vacation. You may even get rebates
or discounts on your favourite activities.
E If you use these, there is no need for you to make long-distance calls. They are
totally free of charge for all users.
2 Match each word with its description. Write the corresponding letter in the box beside
each word.
A With this technology, companies
improve the quality of their services
and save time and money.
Digit “0”
Call centre technology
“One moment please. We are
transferring your call”
Voice-recognition system
Answering machine
B The latest development in call-centre
technology. It can identify spoken
keywords and transfer your call to
the appropriate person.
C Most of the time you have to dial this
number to get immediate assistance.
D If the person you are calling does not
answer your call, just leave a message
on it after the beep.
E An expression you need to understand
when listening to electronic voice
messages.
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n Situation 2
Learning Grammar Notions
Adverbs of time (future)
The adverbs of time used with the future tense are:
Tomorrow (morning/afternoon/evening/night)
In two days/months/years
The day after tomorrow
Next week/month/year
scenario 1
making arrangements
Example:
•I will meet you at the entrance tomorrow morning at 9:00 a.m.
Answer the following questions.
a) When will you have your next English course? b) When will you buy a new car? c) When will you go on vacation? d) When will you see your family? Developing Listening Skills
Inviting Friends
Alexia and Vincent are at their campsite and finally decide to go rafting the following day.
They think it would be a great opportunity to get to know more people.
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Listen to the conversation and identify the key elements in inviting people to participate
in an activity. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate words.
rafting zipper at ease time inviting Lake Louise place
a) What was Vincent’s problem? He didn’t feel
because
he didn’t know anyone in the raft.
b) What did Alexia suggest? She suggested
people.
.
c) What activity did they propose? They proposed going
and d) What important details did Vincent write? He wrote the
the
of the activity.
e) On what street is Wonderaft Tours? On
f) Where did Vincent put the note? He put it on the
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Drive.
of the tent.
scenario 1
n come on, let’s go!
FINAL
STEP
come on, let’s go!
You decide to do an activity with some of your friends. It can be any acceptable
recreational activity, such as a card game, a badminton game, a video game, etc.
Talk to your teacher about your project. Get together and do the activity, encouraging each other
in English. Afterwards, tell your teacher what you thought of the activity.
Part One Inquiring about activities
You have to:
Suggest an activity and have it approved by your teacher.
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Search the Web for information about the activity and print out a copy
for your teacher.
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Answer your teacher’s questions on the results of your search.
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Part Two Making arrangements
You have to:
Listen to the weather forecast for the coming days and decide on the best
day for your activity. (Your teacher will read the weather forecast.)
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Make arrangements with your teacher about the place and time
of the activity.
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Inquire about renting equipment, if necessary.
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Write a note to invite your friends to the activity.
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Part Three Participating in an activity
You have to:
Introduce people and respond to introductions.
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Inquire about others.
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Give safety precautions.
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Participate in the activity using English.
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Encourage your partners.
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