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havo 4 unit 11

unit 11 like mother, like daughter
aim:
at the end of the lesson you can talk about family relationships ana you can compare people
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unit 11 like mother, like daughter
aim:
at the end of the lesson you can talk about family relationships ana you can compare people

Slide 1 - Tekstslide

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Slide 2 - Video

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How would you feel if your parent was famous?

Slide 3 - Open vraag

exercise 1
Look at the photos of famous people and their children.   

Do the children resemble their mother or father? 
What differences and similarities can you see?   

use: degrees of comparison


Slide 4 - Tekstslide

exercise 2
Tell your neighbour who you most look like in your family.
Do you and a family member have similar voices?
Who do you take after in character?

Slide 5 - Tekstslide

Slide 6 - Video

Slide 7 - Video

Slide 8 - Video

speed dating
questions:
Who do you most look like in your family?
Do you sound like anyone in the family when you answer the telephone?
Who do you take after in character?
Are you an only child?
Are you the youngest of two or more children?
Are you the oldest of two or more children?
Are you the middle child?
Ar you part of a large family ( 5 or more kids)?

at the end of the exercise you will have found a youngest, oldest and middle child as well as an only child.

You have also found answers to the other questions

Slide 9 - Tekstslide

listening exercise 3
Get your headphones out and do exercise 3



Listen again and answer the questions in exercise 4.
check your answers in the back of the book.

nr 16

Slide 10 - Tekstslide

grammar extra
What is he like?
                      Wat voor persoon is hij? (o.a. karaktereigenschappen)
What does he like?
                       Waar houdt hij van? (voorkeuren)
Who does he look like?
                      Op wie lijkt hij? ( fysiek of qua karakter)
now do exercise grammar extra

Slide 11 - Tekstslide

vocabulary ex 1 and 2
write down the questions and the answers, and translate the words of exercise 1.


Slide 12 - Tekstslide

now do exercise 3
To take account of = rekening houden met 
Take after = lijken op 
Take charge (of) = de leiding nemen over / zich belasten met 
Take for granted = iets als (te) vanzelfsprekend beschouwen 
Take off = opstijgen, starten, vertrekken – uittrekken, uitdoen – meenemen, wegvoeren – afhalen, weghalen, verwijderen – vrij nemen 
Take out = mee naar buiten nemen, mee uit nemen, naar buiten brengen – verwijderen, uithalen – tevoorschijn halen – nemen, aanschaffen – buiten gevecht stellen 
Take seriously =  serieus nemen 
Take turns (at sth)= iets om beurten doen 

Slide 13 - Tekstslide

collocations ex 4 and 5
Adverb (=bijwoord) 
Says something about: 
  • Adjective : She is an immensely popular singer 
  • Adverb: He works incredibly hard
  • Verb (no copular verb): She sings beautifully 
  • Sentence: Unfortunately, John is late again. 

Slide 14 - Tekstslide

copular verbs 
To appear       It appears difficult to fix the broken computer. 
To seem          It seems very nice of her but she may have an agenda. 
To become    He became very rich when he won the lottery. 
 
  
To look : eruitzien (state) / kijken (action) 
To feel : zich voelen (state)/ voelen (action) 
 
State   : verb + adjective 
Action: verb + (direct/indirect) object or an adverb 
 

Slide 15 - Tekstslide

Adjective (= bijvoeglijk naamwoord) 
Says something about: 
  • Noun:  She is a famous politician 
  • Copular verb (=koppelwerkwoord): It sounds wonderful 

Slide 16 - Tekstslide

copular verbs
In unit 11.2 we learn about copular verbs. They often have a meaning that refers to the use of our senses. They are followed by an adjective. 


To sound  The piano sounds very good again now that it has been tuned. 
To smell    It smells horrible in here because the potatoes were burnt. 
To taste    This coffee tastes bitter. I don’t like it at all. 
To look      She looks very good in her new dress. 
To feel       He feels uneasy because everybody says that his new house is haunted. 
To be         He is wonderful. 

Slide 17 - Tekstslide

now do exercises 4-5

Slide 18 - Tekstslide

past and present participles
Present participle:   verb + ing 
Past participle:          verb + ed or 3rd row irregular verb 

Slide 19 - Tekstslide

participle
Past participle is used to state how you feel. Present participle is used for the thing/situation which makes you feel that way 
 
I am bored because this lesson is very boring
He was shocked when he saw the shocking pictures of dead children on the beach of Greece. 

Slide 20 - Tekstslide

extra exercise
Translate: 
01. Hij riep boos naar haar dat zij hem irriteerde met haar irritante gedrag. 
02. Zij lijkt dom omdat zij gefascineerd is door kinderachtige dingen. 
03. De soep smaakte vies omdat de kok gedeprimeerd is en niet oplette zodat hij suiker in plaats van zout in de soep deed. 
04. Dit boek is heel amusant omdat er ontroerende momenten in zitten maar ook spannende. 

Slide 21 - Tekstslide

answers extra exercise
01. he shouted angrily at her that she irritated him with her irritating behaviour. 
02. She seems stupid because she is fascinated by childish things. 
03. The soup tasted horrible because the cook is depressed and didn’t pay attention so that he put sugar instead of salt in the soup. 
04. This book is very amusing because it has moving moments as well as gripping ones. 

Slide 22 - Tekstslide

now do ex 6 and 7

Slide 23 - Tekstslide

exam folder 6
Do exam folder 6 to practise your listening skills
nr 17

Slide 24 - Tekstslide