3ºESO UNIT 6

VOCABULARY -RELATIONSHIPS-

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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



SPEAKING


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

GRAMMAR

MODAL VERBS

READING

Damon and Phythias

THE GIFT SHORT FILM

TRAILER

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

THE GIFT

- 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?

CULTURE - SHAKESPEARE