Read the information and answer the questions
In this lesson, we are going to analyse the mistakes you made in the exam and set new language learning goals. Answer the following questions:
🔹Can you recall any mistakes that you made in the exam?
🔹Why do you think you made these mistakes?
🔹What can you do to avoid making them in the future?
Read the task and complete the exercise with the expressions from the list
This is the first exercise you did in the exam. In each line, there were two synonymous expressions and one expression that was different. Now you need to reconstruct the exercise. For each line, find the synonym for the second expression and explain why the third expression is different.
Complete the sentences with the words and phrases from the previous exercise.
You got stuck on an island
Imagine you and your friends were flying on an excursion on a small plane and you had to make an emergency landing on some island. You are all fine, but you have almost no food and water, the pilot needs several days to fix the plane, and there is no phone service. If you were in such a situation, what would you feel/do? Explain why.
Your friend was offered a new, better position
Your friend has received a job offer from another company. Your friend likes the team in the company they are working for now, and the work helps fulfil their ambitions. However, the new company offers higher wages, a better social package and the opportunity to become a manager. Your friend will be able to work flexitime and start a project from scratch. They have all the necessary skills but doubt they can handle the new position. Convince your friend to accept the offer and give reasons.
Click on the card you chose during the exam and do the task
Read the pieces of advice and complete them with the missing words
In the exercise above, find the structures used to give advice and write them down
✔️If you do/have/feel …, think of/about….
Describe the pictures and think of the word or phrase each of them represents
✔️In the first picture, I can see the place which we can’t enter. I think this picture represents the phrase to be on the safe side.
be on the safe side
a white lie
the last straw
to get away with
Do the quiz to set your English learning goals
Fill in the form with the information
If you open the lesson plan you will be able to assign separate pages as homework or all the homework pages at once.
- What to do
- Less stress
- Giving advice
- English savvy
- Your certificate