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4. DEVELOPING CONVERSATIONS


· Can / Could we make it ...?
· How / What about ...?
· Would ... suit you?
· Why don't we ...?


Questions related with going to a party:
  • When do you go to a party?
  • What do you like to do at parties?
  • Where do you like to have a party/
  • Who do you invite to your parties?
  • Do you let people smoke at your party?
  • Do you let people drink at your party?
  • What can people do at a party that will annoy you/
  • Do you serve food at your parties?
  • What kind of food do you serve?
  • Would you rather go to someone else's house for a party or have it at yours? Why?
  • Describe the best party that you have been to.
    • Why was it the best?
    • Do you get drunk at your parties?
  • Would you mind if others get drunk at your party in your house?
  • Do you play games at your party? If so, what games?
  • Do you eat birthday cake at your birthday party?
  • Do you buy a cake or do you make it at home?
  • What is there to do at a party?
  • What would you do if someone broke something at your party in your house?
  • If you are invited to a party but you don't want to go, what do you tell the person inviting you?
  • What does RSVP mean?
  • What are some polite and impolite excuses to give for not going to a party?
  • Did you ever have dance parties in your middle/high school?

Questions related with planing a party:
  • Where would you like to have the party?
  • Who is the party for?
  • Why are you throwing this party?
  • What kind of people go to parties? Obligatory guests? Guests of honor?
  • What are some ways of describing guests at a party?
  • What are some parties that you are expected to bring gifts?
  • Who will you invite?
  • Will you send out invitations?
  • What do you need to think about if you are having a BBQ party outside?
  • What time do you like for parties to start or to end?
  • Do you like going to parties with a date or by yourself?
  • What kind of decisions do you need to make when you plan a party?
  • Do you enjoy hosting parties at your house?
  • What are the characteristics of a good host?




6. READING



Gerard Ratner



Dixie Chicks



Paul Keating



Michael Obama also touches the Queen's back



Richard Gere and Shilpa Shetty




LANGUAGE PATTERS


We use even when we want to emphasize something and say that it surprises us.

..... even


even .......
vb. to be + even
It was even worse!!!


even + an ordinary verb
She never even wrote a letter.
auxiliary verb + even
She didn't even try to help.




modal verb + even
I couldn't even remember his name.








8. SPEAKING



Do you know who made a mistake? What mistake did he/she do?





10. LISTENING


VOCABULARIO:
fiancée
engaged to be married (female)
loss of form
not playing as well as they usually do
stuffy
no air in the room
thrashed
defeat an opponent in a game very easily




12. VOCABULARY


break up
to dissolve or cause to dissolve; disrupt or be disrupted
chat up
to talk flirtatiously to (a person), especially with the intention of seducing him or her
drag alone
to pull or be pulled with force, esp. along the ground or other surface
fancy
(informal language) be attracted to, be captivated by, desire, favour, go for, have an eye for, like, lust after, prefer, take a liking to, take to
fortune
an amount of wealth or material prosperity, especially when unqualified, a great amount
get lost
(informal language) go away and stay away
host
a person who receives or entertains guests, especially in his own home
leave out
to omit or exclude
loads
a lot
marquee
a large tent used for entertainment, exhibition, etc.
out of hand
beyond control
set up
to build or construct
throw a party
to give or hold (a party)
turn up
to arrive or appear



13. SPEAKING






María Ángeles A.


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