Choosing something off a menu without pictures can be difficult. Students learn and practice vocabulary, in particular adjectives, used on restaurant menus. Students will be able to visualize the dish ingredients, preparation, cooking method, and presentation of menu items and discuss them. If you slice cheese in a slicer it is…
A survey on brand values finds that the majority of Americans now say companies should take a stand on issues, even if they disagree with it. Researchers wanted to study generational differences in consumer values and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected brand-related buying.
Students learn vocabulary for hotel facilities and amenities and how to ask about them using ‘would like’ and ‘would like to’ forms. Students practice role-playing a conversation between hotel reception and a guest booking a hotel room.
Students are introduced to how + adjective questions used to describe things. Made in/by/of are also introduced using the passive voice so students can talk about an object’s maker, country of original, and material. A conversation activity has students asking about and describing lost property.
Help students describe and discuss their hobbies and talk about the things they enjoy doing in their free time. Students learn new vocabulary for hobbies with special focus on intransitive verbs and how they are used.
Students review the difference between transitive and intransitive verbs and practice identifying them, changing their form, and understanding their use.
Students learn and practice using the most frequently used prepositions in a variety of common phrases used in everyday English conversation. Prepositions reviewed in this Handout at, in, on, by, for, to, from, ( x ) no preposition.
Students learn new collocations for jobs and job responsibilities with special focus on transitive verbs. A role-play activity has students guessing professions based on their partner’s description of its possible responsibilities.