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Slide 1 - Video

SPEAKING (ex.1)
FORM PAIRS
Discuss the following:
How important is fashion for you?
What sort of clothes do you prefer to wear?
Do you ever have to wear things you don't really like? If so, when, and why?

Slide 2 - Tekstslide

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CLOTHES

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FOOTWEAR

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JEWELLERY

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HEADGEAR

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MATERIALS

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APPEARANCE

Slide 8 - Woordweb

speaking (ex.3/4)
Form pairs. Choose a pair of photos.
Describe what the people are wearing and their appearance.
Compare the people , using the degrees of comparison. ( e.g. The man in the suit is older than the man in casual clothes.)

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

listening (ex. 6)
Listen to the speakers. The people talk about what they like to wear. Match the photo with the speaker. Write down the answers.
nr 2
nr 3

Slide 10 - Tekstslide

vocabulary ( ex. 7)
phrasal verbs are:
  • used in informal spoken and written language
  • three-part phrasal verbs ( e.g. to get away with) are never separated. e.g. He got away with murder.
  • two-part phrasal verbs containing an adverb have a flexible word order when used with a noun object. If the object is a pronoun; it always comes between the verb and the adverb.  e.g. I tried on the red jacket / I tried the red jacket on - I tried it on

Slide 11 - Tekstslide

add to = toevoegen 
cut down = verminderen 
dress up = je mooi aankleden 
fit in with = passen bij 
go out = uitgaan 
keep up with = bijhouden 
pull on = aantrekken 
put together = samenvoegen 
save up = sparen
slip on = snel aantrekken
stand out = opvallen
take back = terug nemen / brengen

now do exercise 7 

Slide 12 - Tekstslide

phrasal verbs with go
go ahead = ga je gang
go back = terug gaan 
go for = ergens voor gaan / kiezen
go in = naar binnen gaan 

go on = doorgaan met / aan de hand zijn  
go over = doorkijken / controleren 
go up = omhoog gaan / toenemen

now do exercise 8 and 9

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

Slide 14 - Video

degrees of comparison
There are three degrees of comparison: 
  • adjective (adverb)
  •  comparative  
  • superlative 

Slide 15 - Tekstslide

Adjectives of one syllable:
 Small – smaller – smallest 
mind the spelling of:
sad-sadder-saddest
big-bigger-biggest
thin-thinner-thinnest
fat-fatter-fattest
hot-hotter-hottest
wet-wetter-wettest



Slide 16 - Tekstslide

adjectives of two syllables
Adjectives of two syllables ending in a consonant + -y
Slimy – slimier – slimiest 
Some adjectives of two syllables have two forms 
Simple – simpler-simplest / simple – more simple – most simple 
Other examples: clever, common, cruel, gentle, likely, narrow, pleasant, polite 

Slide 17 - Tekstslide

adjectives of two or more syllables 
Other two- syllable adjectives and adjectives of three or more syllables: 
beautiful – more beautiful – most beautiful 
 
Irregular adjectives of comparison
good – better – best 
bad – worse – worst 
far – farther – farthest (distance only) 
 further – furthest 
old – older – oldest 
elder-eldest (family relationship) 

Slide 18 - Tekstslide

comparing
This house is bigger than that one.

Our house is not as expensive as our neighbours'.
Our house is not so expensive as our neighbours'.

She is as intelligent as her brother.

Slide 19 - Tekstslide

adverb of degree

You can put an adverb of degree in front of a comparative adjective: 
Examples: a bit, a great deal, a good deal, a little, a lot, much, rather, slightly 
The potatoes are slightly more expensive than last year. 
You can put an adverb of degree in front of a superlative adjective: 
By far, easily, much, quite. 
John is by far the most intelligent pupil in the school. 
If you compare two things: 
Susan is as tall as Carol 
Karen is not as friendly as Kate. 

Slide 20 - Tekstslide

Comparative and superlative adverbs 
Adverb – comparative adverb – superlative adverb 
Readily – more readily – most readily 
Rabbits are seen more frequently than hares


Slide 21 - Tekstslide

Irregular adverbs of comparison:
badly – worse – worst  
close – closer – closest  
early – earlier – earliest  
far – farther/further – farthest/ furthest  
fast – faster – fastest  
hard – harder – hardest  
near – nearer – nearest  
well – better – best                          NOW DO EXERCISES 1 - 8

Slide 22 - Tekstslide

extra exercise
Rewrite sentences a-f, keeping the same meaning, but using  another form of the comparative 
Example:  I’m worse at remembering faces than I am at remembering names. 
I’m not as good at remembering faces as I am at remembering names. 
a. My best friend drives more slowly than I do. 
b. The weather is cooler in the autumn. 
c. Air tickets are getting less and less expensive 
d. In my opinion, the exercise isn’t as easy as it looks. 
e. This school isn’t as big as I remember it. 
f. Our local shops are further than we’d like them to be. 

Slide 23 - Tekstslide

answers extra exercise
 
a. My best friend doesn't drive as fast as I do. 
b. The weather is not as hot in the autumn. 
c. Air tickets are getting cheaper and cheaper. 
d. In my opinion, the exercise is more difficult than it looks. 
e. This school is smaller than I remember it. 
f. Our local shops are not as close as  we’d like them to be. 

Slide 24 - Tekstslide

Do you understand the explanation of the degrees of comparison?
A
yes
B
no
C
I am not sure
D
sorry. I have been sleeping or doing other things that I should not do in class.

Slide 25 - Quizvraag