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1. READING


ghost = the form of a dead person that a living person thinks he / she sees.
haunted = if a place is haunted, people think there are ghosts there.


Gosforth Hall Inn: www.gosforthhallhotel.co.uk
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Comlongon Castel: www.comlongon.com
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a hotel lounge:
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You can read about other ghost stories in:
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2. VOCABULARY


A is in front of B
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A is opposite B
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in
=
inside an enclosed space, e.g. in a drawer.
on
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touching an external surface, e.g. on the wall, on the table.
over
=
above in place or position; e.g. the plane is flying over the city
above
=
in or to a higher place than; e.g. there is a picture above the clock



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by = next to


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Activities:
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Answers.



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3. PRONUNCIATION


Words that begin with kn- (e.g. knee) or wr- (e.g. wrong) the k and w are always silent.







4. LISTENING


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spooky (=espeluznante)
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scared = frightened
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check out
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5. GRAMMAR


There was / there were have the same rules as there is / there was.


THERE WAS

THERE WERE

(with singular nouns)

(with plural nouns)
+
There was a sofa in the living room. / There was an armchair in the living room.

There were two windows in the kitchen. / There were some chairs in the hall.
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There wasn't a television in the dining room. / There wasn't an umbrella in the dining room.

There weren't four chairs in the hall, just three. / There weren't any showers on this floor.
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Was there a mirror in the bathroom? / Was there an alarm-clock in the bathroom?

Were there five plates on the table? / Were there any plates on the table?





Yes, there was.
No, there wasn't.

Yes, there were.
No, there weren't.

When we give a list of things we use there was (NOT there were) when the first word is singular, e.g. In my living room there was a sofa and two armchairs.

some
(+) with plural countable nouns
+
There were some chairs in the hall.
any
(- , ?) with plural countable nouns
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There weren't any showers on this floor.
Were there any plates on the table?
We will learn the use of some and any with uncontable nouns in Unit 9A.









6. SONG


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