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• Speaker A • Speaker B You are a doctor. Your next patient has just moved to his town and you haven’t seen him/ her before. Find out some information about his / her health. You are the patient. Explain your symptoms, answer the doctor’s questions and let him / her know about your allergies…
COMPLAINING (monologue) • Choose one of these situations: • Talk about the last time you got an awful service in a hotel. • Talk about the last time you bought an electrical appliance which got broken down and how you complained. • Talk about the last time a shop assistant did not treat you politely. • Talk about the last time you asked for a refund after buying something you didn´t find useful.
COMPLAINING (interaction) • A • You have been having lunch in a restaurant. When you got the bill you realised they charged for a bottle of red wine you didn´t actually order; you found a hair in your salad; you noticed the plates were not clean enough; the service was too slow; the waiters were rude to you. • Ask to talk to the manager to discuss the problem and ask for a compensation. • B • You are the manager. Listen to the customer, but at first you don´t think they are totally right. Give reasons to support your point of view. • (Try to use reported speech) • Finally, agree to compensate the customer and apologise.
INTERACTION Student A - PATIENT Student B - DOCTOR • You are feeling ill and have different symptoms. Explain them to the doctor in detail. Explain to him that you can not follow his / her recommendations and make up some reason. • Tell your patient what he/she should do to recover from that illness and what will happen yf he/ she doesn´t listen to you.
INTERANTION Student A Student B • You and your friend feel too stressed and you think you need some change in your lifes. Try to convince your friend that the best option is joining a laughter club, doing some meditation and eating according to a heathy diet. Give arguments. • You and your friend feel too stressed and you think you need some change in your lifes. Try to convince your friend that the best option is enrolling on a gym, to relax with aerobic, body building and fitness exercises; going clubbing more often. • Give arguments
MONEY • Do you save a lot of money? • Are you a big spender? • Have you ever wasted your money on unnecessary things? • Do you use cards? • What can´t money buy? • Do you often buy things on the Internet? • Generous or mean?
MONEY INTERACTION • FIND OUT SOME INFORMATION. EXCHANGE IDEAS. • What was the most extravagant restaurant, party, or social event that you´ve ever been to like? • Imagine that you could change lives for a day with a person of great wealth. Who would you change places with? Why? • What is something you are saving up for? • If you inherited a large sum of money, what is the first thing you´d spend it on? Why? • What is something you´d never do for money?
MONEY INTERACTION • FIND OUT ABOUT EACH OTHER´S ATTITUDE TOWARDS MONEY. • WHICH OF THE FOLLOWING DO YOU USUALLY SPEND YOUR MONEY ON? • Social life food rent mortgage the gym transportation entertainment Bills clothing
MONEY • • MONOLOGUE Do you agree with these statements? : Money doesn´t grow on trees We all need to save for a rainy day Money makes the world go round The love of money is the root of all evil Money isn´t everything Anybody can get rich if they work hard enough Giving is better than receiving
MY LAST ILLNESS MONOLOGUE • Talk about the last time you fell ill. • Mention the cause, diagnosis , treatment and recovery. • Do not forget to use functional language: Advice, suggestion, permission….