havo 4 unit 15

unit 15
Tourists cause problems to the environment when they go on holiday and sometimes beautiful historic sites are completely destroyed after a few years of tourism.
Why?
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unit 15
Tourists cause problems to the environment when they go on holiday and sometimes beautiful historic sites are completely destroyed after a few years of tourism.
Why?

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Slide 2 - Video

speaking ex. 1
Form groups of two. 
A looks at photos 1 and 2.
A has one minute to compare the photos and say what he/she 
thinks tourist will feel when they visit these places.

B then answers the question
Have you ever been to a place that is famous for being beautiful and been disappointed when you arrived?
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1:00

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B looks at photos 3 and 4
B has one minute to compare the photos and say what he/she thinks the local people feel about tourists who visit these places.

A then answers the question : What sort of problems do tourists cause?
timer
1:00

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listening
Fill in the missing words. You can never fill in more than 2 words.
listening unit 15 ex 2

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vocabulary ex3 
dam = dam 
floods = overstromingen 
rapids = stroomversnellingen 
reservoir = reservoir , stuwmeer 
river = rivier 
pond = vijver 
lake = meer 
stream = stroom(pje) 
canal = kanaal 
waterfall = waterval  
now do ex 3

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wordformation ex. 4
adjective                  noun                                  adverb                            verb 
long                            length                               lengthily                        lengthen 
weak                          weakness                        weakly                            weaken 
deep                          depth                                deeply                            deepen 
strong                       strength                          strongly                         strengthen 
wide                           width                                widely                             widen 
short                          shortness                      shortly                            shorten 
warm                         warmth                           warmly                           warm  

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do ex 5 

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speaking: How environmentally friendly are you? 
  1. How can people recycle household rubbish?
  2. What do you think about wearing second-hand clothes?
  3. What can be done to stop people dropping litter on the streets of your town?
  4. Are you economical about using water and electricity? why/why not?
  5. How would you feel if you had to walk or cycle everywhere?
  6. What's your opinion of food that has been imported from thousands of miles away?

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ex 7 + 8 (learn for test!)
ex 7

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Uncountable nouns  
  • You cannot put them in the plural (meervoud)  
  • Very often abstract ideas, names of things, substances 
  • determiners to be used with uncountable nouns are: Much / little / a little / a lot of / lots of / some/any /no / the / plenty of / a large amount of / a great deal of  

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countable nouns
  •  You can put them in the singular (enkelvoud)and the plural ( meervoud) 
  • determiners to be used with countable nouns are: Many / few / a few / a lot of / lots of / several / some /any / no / the / plenty of / a large number of  

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Words that can be countable and uncountable are: 
 Hair             hair on your head – uncountable 
                      a single hair - countable 
Coffee        product – uncountable 
                      (a cup of) coffee – countable 
Paper         product – uncountable 
                     (news)paper – countable    

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Many uncountable nouns can be made countable by adding something. 
 Furniture – a piece of furniture 
Thunder – a clap of thunder  

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SOME
Some: 
  • In positive sentences  There were some apples and a few pears. 
  • In questions where you are certain the answer will be yes  Can I try on these sweaters, please? 
  • In questions where we offer something to someone  Would you like some more tea?  

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any
Any: 
  • In negative sentences  There weren’t any newspapers left in the shop. 
  • In questions where you do not know what the answer is  Can I have any more money? (to your boss) 
  • It doesn’t matter who/what/where …  You can take any cookie you like. They are all delicious.  



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NO
No  
  • Used with a positive verb  He gave no advice to the teenagers.    
Now do ex. 1 - 3 + grammar extra

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expression of quantity
a shower of rain                                    a ball of string
a slice of cake                                        a flash of lightning
an item of clothing                              a crowd of people
a glass of water                                    a bar of chocolate
a clap of thunder
a pane of glass

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do ex 5 and 6

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