East or West, home is best
Ordinal numbersthe + num + - th Four –One – Ten – Five - Twelve – Two – Nine – Eleven - Eight – Three – Seven - four – the fourthone – the firstten – the tenthfive – the fifthtwelve – the twelfthtwo – the second nine – the ninthsix – the sixeleven – the eleventheight – the eighththree – the thirdseven – the seventhThere is a number for each of you on your desks.Answer my questions, please.
Answer my questions Where do you live?What’s your address?Which floor do you live on?
a living room
A child’s room
A dining room
I’ve got .A ?A . This is the in my flat.I’ve got a .A ?A . This is the in my flat.I’ve got a .A ?A . This is the in my flat.I’ve got a .A ?A . This is my in my flat.
2. Where is each room? Example: The study is in the atticThe … is on the ground / first floor Look at the house and name each room.Example: A is a …
Match the descriptions of the rooms with the pictures People can prepare breakfast, dinner or supper in this room. Women usually spend much time there. We have a fridge, a table, a cooker and a cupboard in this room. 2. There are beds or a sofa in this room. You can see a little table and a wardrobe there. People have a rest in this room. 3. This room is not very large. We take a shower or have a bath in this room. You can clean your teeth, wash your hands and face there. 4. There is a TV set, a wall-unit, some chairs and a sofa in this room. We can see some flowers on the walls. There is often a carpet on the floor. It is usually the largest room in the house. People watch television, listen to music, or sit around and speak there. 5. This room is not very large. People take off their overcoats, hats, boots or shoes there. There is usually a mirror and a little table there.
Read the text and find the picture I live in a house. My house is nice. I’ve got two rooms. They are a living room and one bedroom. My living room is big and comfortable. My bedroom is small. I have also got a kitchen, a bathroom and a hall. The kitchen is small and the bathroom is small too. It’s picture …
Listen to Jane, Dima and Anya describing their homes and match the pictures with the descriptions. One picture is left. Speaker 1 – picture cSpeaker 2 – no pictureSpeaker 3 – picture a
Work in pairs and ask each other the following questions. Where do you live?How many rooms have you got?Have you got a living room in your flat?Is it comfortable?Have you got a kitchen / a bathroom/ a hall?Have you got a bedroom?How many bedrooms have you got in your home? Fill in the table
Tell us what you found out using the model: We live in …. Our flats are ... We have both got … bathrooms, … bedrooms, … halls, … kitchens and … living rooms in our flats. Home taskDescribe your home using ex. 2, p.39 as an example
Let’s play Describe an imaginary flat Example:Pupil 1: I live in a flat.Pupil 2: It’s nice and comfortable.Pupil 3: I’ve got a living room in my flat.Pupil 4: …
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