Lesson 2 - L&S, Functions, Pronunciation - MY FAMILY

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LISTENING

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Jake, Tricia and Pauline are new members of a local book club. This is their first session and Barbara, a senior club member asks them to introduce themselves and to say a few words about their families.




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Listen to the recording again and decide if the following statements are true.

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Pauline has a job in health care.

True

False

Pauline’s daughter loves school.

True

False

Jake has two sons who use his computer.

True

False

Jake likes going to the mountains.

True

False

Tricia works in publishing.

True

False

David and Jane are twins.

True

False

Josh’s son wants to be a poet.

True

False

SPEAKING

Listen to the following phrases from the recording and repeat.

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My name’s Pauline; I’m thirty-five years old.

I’m a nurse.

Susan loves swimming and dancing, but she really hates school.

I’m Jake and I’m 21 – not married yet. No kids, either.

I’m still living with my parents.

We look like a perfect family! Two plus two.

He has a good job in publishing, although he would really like to be a poet.


Imagine you’ve just joined that book club, too, and now it’s your turn to introduce yourself and say something about your family. What would you say? Is your situation similar to Tricia’s, Jake’s or Pauline’s?

FUNCTIONS: expressing likes and dislikes

Do you remember how Pauline, Jake and Tricia talked about what they and their families like and dislike?


Susan loves swimming and dancing, but she really hates school.

I like hiking in the mountains and I love extreme sports, but I really dislike computer games.


There are other expressions. Look at the table below.



LIKING DISLIKING
I quite like your new house.

I like cold drinks.

They like my car very much.

Jane loves skiing.

I’m fond of Chinese food.

My son is keen on cycling.

The enjoy meeting people.

I don’t like this picture very much.

She doesn’t like painting at all.

Everybody dislikes your music.

I hate waiting.I can’t stand insects.


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PRONUNCIATION: third-person -s

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Listen to the following pairs of sentences. Can you hear the difference in the pronunciation of the suffix –s between Sentence A and B?

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In Sentence A –s sounds like

s

z

In Sentence B –s sounds like

s

z

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The suffix –s is voiced (sounds like z) if it follows a vowel (goes) or a voiced consonant (loves).

Tom has a shower twice a day

True

False

She works at home.

True

False

He likes fishing.

True

False

He runs every morning.

True

False

She dislikes big dogs

True

False

He sings awful songs.

True

False

He always tries to be nice.

True

False

Listen to each sentence again and repeat it. Make sure you pronounce –s correctly.