3ºESO UNIT 6
1. Explain the expression
"I always get butterflies in my stomach when I have to speak in public."
Do you know any other idiomatic expression using parts of the body?
Complete the sentences using one of the parts of the body below:
shoulder arm's foot nerves gold
1. I really put my __ in it when I asked how his wife was; I didn't realise they'd got divorced last year.
2. Maria will do anything for anyone; she's got a heart of _.
3. It's not easy to become friends with Peter; he tends to keep everyone at _ length.
4. John always talks to his mother when he needs a _ to cry on.
5. My boss is really getting on my __ at the moment; he never stops criticising my work.
2. HEAD OVER HEELS
Tell your partner about:1. A time you put your foot in it.
2. Someone you know who has a heart of gold.
3. Someone you know who keeps other people at arm's length.
4. Someone you talk to when you need a shoulder to cry on.
5. Someone or something that's getting on your nerves at the moment.
ASKING FOR ADVICE/ GIVING ADVICE
USEFUL EXPRESSIONS TO ASK FOR ADVICE AND TO GIVE ADVICE
Damon and Phythias
3. Extra practice 2:
4. Extra practice 3:
5. Extra practice 4:
THE GIFT SHORT FILM
1. Why do you think it is called "The Gift"?
Brainstorming: vocabulary related to romantic love
After the trailer: what do you think the story is about? In pairs, try to predict the story
- Do you think that the story illustrates a typical relationship?
- What adjectives would you use to describe the film?
- How did the film make you feel?