3C + D

3C + D
Adjectives describing objects
Compounds with particles
Verb patterns
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3C + D
Adjectives describing objects
Compounds with particles
Verb patterns

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3C One man's trash
  1. Finish the expression: One man’s trash…
  2. What is an environmental artist? What is their purpose of their work?
  3. What is your opinion on this art form?

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The order of adjectives is: 
opinion, size, shape, age, colour, origin or nationality, material, type or purpose, other qualities.

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Homework for today
Exercises 4 + 5 (p. 34)

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Museums and their exhibits
  1. How often do you visit museums?
  2. What kind of museums do you like to visit?
  3. Can you name any famous museums in your country or other countries?

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an Egyptian mummy, the Rosetta stone, sculptures from the Parthenon, a statue from Easter Island
What links them?

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The British Museum
Go to this website. 
  1. Would you visit this museum if you were in London? Why? Why not?
  2. Which object interests you?


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Compound adjectives
Compound adjectives are adjectives made of two or three words. They usually have a hyphen ( - ) between them.

Many compound adjectives have these patterns:
adjective/adverb + present / past participle (e.g. fast-paced)
Noun + present / past participle (e.g. sun-kissed)

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Compounds with adjectives.

Study the highlighted words in the article and decide on what kind of compounds they are. Put them in the correct category. Note: regular past participles end in -ed and present participles end in -ing.
adjective + past participle:
adverb + past participle: 
noun + past participle: 
adjective + present participle:
adverb + present participle:
noun + present participle: 

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Exercise 3
Adjective + past participle: broad-minded
Adverb + past participle: well-earned, well-documented, well-known
Noun + past participle: handmade
Adjective + present participle: wide-ranging
Adverb + present participle: never-ending
Noun + present participle: self-defeating, breathtaking

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Extra Activity (optional)
Choose one of the questions and write a response. Share your Googledocs if you'd like to receive feedback.
  1. In the UK, most large museums do not charge an entrance fee. Do you think this is a good idea. Why/Why not?
  2. Imagine you could set up an exhibition at the British Museum. What would you include in your exhibition? Why?
  3. In what ways do you think museums help to educate people about culture? How could they be improved?

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Verb Patterns
When two verbs appear together in a sentence, the first one can be followed by the infinitive with 'to', the infinitive without 'to' or the '-ing'

- She avoided talking to her boss.
- We decided to go out for dinner.
- I shouldn't eat this, but I can't resist.

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Verbs with -ing
Verbs with -ing after these verbs: avoid, consider, discuss, enjoy, finish, imagine, recommend, suggest

Have you finished reading  the book?

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Infinitive with 'to'
Infinitive with 'to' after these verbs: agree, hope, plan, afford, need, prefer, intend, refuse:
She agreed to talk to us, but refused to help.

Object + infinitive with 'to' after these verbs: ask, expect, get, help, inspire, want:
She inspired me (= object) to write my first novel.

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Infinitive without 'to'
After modal verbs:
I shouldn't eat this really, but I can't resist it.

Object + infinitive without 'to': 'let' and 'make':
She made him (=object) finish his work.
They must let him (= object) see the results.

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Grammar Reference
Study the grammar reference on p. 114 of your Workbook.
In 5 minutes you are going to take a quiz.

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1. She avoided ________ (tell) him about her plans.
to tell

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2. She helped me _____ (carry) my suitcases
to carry

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3. He decided ________ (study) Biology.
to study

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4. She suggested _______ (go) to the museum.
to go

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5. She agreed ________ (bring) the pudding to the dinner.
to bring

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Homework for next week Monday (25/01)
- Do exercise 6 on p. 34.
- Do exercise 2 (p. 36). Match the paragraphs to the summaries.
- Do exercise 4 (p. 36) Complete the sentences using the words below.
- Do exercise 6  (p. 36-37) (verb patterns)

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Homework for Thursday 28/01
- 3D Do exercises 7 + 8 (verb patterns) on p. 37
- Review 3 Vocabulary -  Do exercises 1 + 2 on p. 41

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Sources Pictures:

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