MODULE
Lesson 18 Put the pedal to the metal!
To press a car's accelerator to the floor; to drive very fast. Idiom: to make something go forward or increase as fast as possible
1. Answer the questions below.
1. Answer the questions below.
2. You are going to read about the first two journeys, but the paragraphs are not in the right order. Find the first paragraph for the plane journey, and then the other three. Do the same for the train journey.
2. You are going to read about the first two journeys, but the paragraphs are not in the right order. Find the first paragraph for the plane journey, and then the other three. Do the same for the train journey.
3. Answer the questions with T (train) and P (plane)
3. Answer the questions with T (train) and P (plane)
4. Watch the video from “Friends series” about Rachel travelling by plane. Complete the missing words:
4. Watch the video from “Friends series” about Rachel travelling by plane. Complete the missing words:

[Scene: John F. Kennedy International Airport, Rachel is running to the ticket counter]

 Rachel: Ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh, ooh. Hi.

Ticket Agent: Hello.

Rachel: Hello. Umm, when is your __________ __________ to London?

Ticket Agent: There's one leaving in __________ minutes.

Rachel: Ohh, good.

Ticket Agent: And I do have one _____________ left.

Rachel: Ohh, thank you, thank you, thank you.

Ticket Agent: The last minute ___________ on this ticket is twenty seven hundred dollars.

Rachel: Huh..How about 600?

Ticket Agent: Sorry.

Rachel: How about 600 and these ____________?

Ticket Agent: They prefer it if I don't barter.

Rachel: Ohh, I just don't think I have enough left on my _________________.

Ticket Agent: Well you can ___________ it with another credit card.

Rachel: Ohh, okay, how about five. Ohh, thank you.

Ticket Agent: I'm just going to need to see your ___________________.

Rachel: Okay, you know what? I don't have it, but I can tell you exactly where it is on my night stand, and...okay. But you know what? I have my _______________ and I have a twenty.

 

 

[Scene: John F. Kennedy International Airport, Rachel is running to...
5. Have you ever had any funny travelling experience?
5. Have you ever had any funny travelling experience?
6. You are going to listen to Martin talking about his journey, by car. Number the pictures 1 – 7
6. You are going to listen to Martin talking about his journey, by car. Number the pictures 1 – 7
7. Mark the sentences T (true) or F (false).
7. Mark the sentences T (true) or F (false).
8. Listen to Martin talking about his journey and fill in the By car column in the chart.
8. Listen to Martin talking about his journey and fill in the By car column in the chart.
9. Think of a town/city in your country. How many different ways are there of getting there? Which do you think is the best? Why?
9. Think of a town/city in your country. How many different ways are there of getting there? Which do you think is the best? Why?
10. Comparatives and superlatives. Read the sentences. Are the highlighted phrases right or wrong? Correct the wrong phrases.
10. Comparatives and superlatives. Read the sentences. Are the highlighted phrases right or wrong? Correct the wrong phrases.
11. Complete with comparative or the superlative of the bold word.
11. Complete with comparative or the superlative of the bold word.
12. Look at the presentation and compare the following pictures using the comparison degrees of adjectives.
12. Look at the presentation and compare the following pictures using the comparison degrees of adjectives.
Speaking, Intermedite, Module 5, City Break from SkyEdge
13. Compare the experiences below using the bold adjectives.
13. Compare the experiences below using the bold adjectives.

Thank you for the lesson!

Thank you for the lesson!
Friends - Rachel at the airport
Friends - Rachel at the airport
Duration (m)
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