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1. TELLING THE TIME:



TELLING THE TIME:

Watch this video, click on the picture:

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Sing this song:




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Midnight / Noon / a.m. - p.m.













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DIGITAL SYSTEM
ANALOG SYSTEM

It's...
It's...
3.00
three o'clock
three
3.02
just gone three o'clock
three oh two
3.03
three minutes past three
three oh three
3.05
five past three
three oh five
3.09
nine minutes past three
three oh nine
3.10
ten past three
three ten
3.15
a quarter past three
three fifteen
3.20
twenty past three
three twenty
3.21
twenty-one minutes past three
three twenty-one
3.25
twenty-five past three
three twenty-five
3.30
half past three
three thirty
3.35
twenty-five to four
three thirty-five
3.40
twenty to four
three forty
3.45
a quarter to four
three forty-five
3.50
ten to four
three fifty
3.55
five to four
three fifty-five
3.57
three minutes to four
three fifty-seven
3.58
nearly four o'clock
three fifty-eight
4.00
four o'clock
four





Click here: Tell the time 1
1. Click on "Clock Face" (to your left) and then set up a time by clicking on the links you have to your right.
2. Tell the time aloud and then check it by clicking on "Words" to your left.

Click here: Tell the time 2
1. Read the time at the bottom of the webpage and then choose the right clock.
2. If you are right, the mouse will eat the cheese.

GAME!!! TELLING THE TIME - GAME
Tell the time.

GAME!!! TIC TOC TIME - GAME
Set the time.

Oxford University Press Grammar: telling the time, present simple 1; telling the time, present simple 2



It's very important to control the time:
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3. BUYING A COFFEE:





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a brownie:
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Price:
In the UK the prices are in pounds and pence:
3.00
three pounds
three
2.80
two (pounds) eighty (pence)
two eighty



SHOP ASSISTANT
CUSTOMER
Can I help you?
Yes, please.
What would you like?
A cappuccino, please.
Regular or large?
Large, please.
To have here or take away?
To have here.
Anything else?
A brownie, please.
OK.
How much is it?
That's 3.10, please.
Sorry, how much?
3.10. Thank you.



Click here to see:
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2.
Café vocabulary
Café menu





Practica en casa un diálogo camarero/cliente en una cafetería siguiendo este guión:






Asking for a drink:


At a café:














1.

What would you like to drink?

A black coffee for me please.

How about something to eat?

Yes, I’d love a portion of that strawberry tart.

Right. I’ll see if I can catch the waitress’s eye.

2.

What can I get you to drink?

An iced coke would go down well.

Would you like some cake, too?

Yes, I think I’ll have a slice of chocolate sponge.

Right. Sit down there and I’ll bring it over.

3.

What are you going to have to drink?

I’d like something cool.

Would you care for some cake?

Yes, I’ll try a piece of cheese cake.

It certainly looks tempting. I wouldn’t mind some myself.

4.

What do you want to drink?

I feel like a cup of tea.

Do you fancy something to eat?

Yes, I’d rather like some of that fruit cake.
That’s a good idea. I think I’ll join you.




1.
A Would you care for a cup of tea?
B Only if you’re having one.
A Do you take milk and sugar?
B A dash of milk and two lumps, please..
2.
A I expect you could do with a cup of tea, couldn’t you?
B I’d rather have a cup of coffee, if you don’t mind.
A Milk and sugar?
B A milky one without sugar, please.
3.
A How about a nice cup of tea before you go?
B Yes, I’d love one.
A How do you like it?
B A strong one with three spoons for me, please.
4.
A Would you like a cup of tea?
B Only if it’s not too much trouble.
A Do you like it with milk and sugar?
B Not too much milk and just half a spoonful, please.




Now, your turn: http://basico1englisheoi.wikispaces.com/Role+plays+-+Basico+1
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You can include some of this information:
DRINKS
ADDINGS

· chocolate milk
milk / chocolate / sugar / ice

· coffee
water / milk / sugar / ice / cream / chocolate

· fruit juice
fuit / sugar / ice

· lemonade
water / sugar / ice / lemon

· milkshake
milk / sugar / chocolate / vanilla / icecream
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· orange juice
sugar / ice

· smoothie
water / sugar / ice / lemon / strawberry
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· tea
a bag of tea / water / milk / sugar / ice







FOOD
ADDINGS

· burger
bread / cheese / lettuce / tomato / mayo(nnaise) / chips (on the side)




· pasta
tomatoes / salt / lettuce / tuna / bacon

· pizza
cheese / tuna / tomato / ham / bacon / pepper / pineapple

· sandwich
cheese / tuna / tomato / ham / bacon / pepper / lettuce / mayo(nnaise)

· soap
salt / noodles




· croissant
chocolate / sugar / butter

· brownie
ice-cream
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· doughnut
chocolate / vanilla / strawberry
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· toast
tomato / salt / sugar / olive oil / butter / jam








GAME!!! BILLING COUNTER - GAME
Add the prices to calculate how much you have to pay.

GAME!!! COUNTING AMERICAN COINS - GAME
Count the coins.


Oxford University Press Practical English: Audio Phrase Bank File 3
Oxford University Press Vocabulary: Verb phrases (crossword and wordsearch)


Listening Practice

Click on the link, listen and do the activities: · Buying a sandwich


Joke of the day:
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