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Now listen to a part of a conversation between two English teachers. Paul has agreed to substitute for Jessica who is going away for three weeks. The group is a bit difficult, so she wants to tell him something about those students before he teaches his first class. As you listen, match the qualities to the people.

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Ruth

active

clever

creative

doesn’t smile

hard-working

little eye contact

lively

not intelligent

pretends to be somebody else

quiet

serious

shy

too talkative

unfriendly in class

unnatural

Gary

active

clever

creative

doesn’t smile

hard-working

little eye contact

lively

not intelligent

pretends to be somebody else

quiet

serious

shy

too talkative

unfriendly in class

unnatural

Tracy

active

clever

creative

doesn’t smile

hard-working

little eye contact

lively

not intelligent

pretends to be somebody else

quiet

serious

shy

too talkative

unfriendly in class

unnatural

Now divide these qualities into good points and bad points. Note that some of them can be seen as either good or bad.

Good points

active

clever

creative

doesn’t smile

hard-working

little eye contact

lively

not intelligent

pretends to be somebody else

quiet

serious

shy

too talkative

unfriendly in class

unnatural

Bad points

active

clever

creative

doesn’t smile

hard-working

little eye contact

lively

not intelligent

pretends to be somebody else

quiet

serious

shy

too talkative

unfriendly in class

unnatural

Which qualities may be sometimes good and sometimes bad?

active

clever

creative

doesn’t smile

little eye contact

lively

quiet

shy

too talkative

unfriendly in class


Look at this list of qualities describing students. Can you use any to describe yourself? What kind of student are you? What are you like? What is your friend like?


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