SECOND YEAR BAC- UNIT 1 Cultural Issue and Values - UNIT 2 The gifts of youth - TEACHING MATERIALS-TEACHERS' SHORT STORIES AND ARTICLES- LEISURE

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Monday, 16 October 2017

SECOND YEAR BAC- UNIT 1 Cultural Issue and Values - UNIT 2 The gifts of youth


                                   SECOND YEAR BAC 
  


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UNIT 1   Cultural Issue and Values  
UNIT 2   The gifts of youth   
Insights into English
THE FUTURE PERFECT
FORM
USE
EXAMPLES
Will have + past participle
To describe and event that has not yet happened but is expected or planned to happen before another stated time
I will have finished my study by the end of June

CONDITIONAL TYPE 3
FORM
USE
EXAMPLES
If+past perfect+would have+past participle
To describe hypothetical conditions in the past and the results that the speaker imagines were possible
if the leaders had been wiser, the war wouldn’t have broken
WISHES   
Form
Use
Example
I wish/I wished/if only+past perfect
ü To express past wishes
ü To express regret
ü My grandfather wishes he had had a cell phone in his childhood
ü If only there hadn’t been many victims in the second world war



THE PAST PERFECT
FORM
USE
EXAMPLES
Had+past participle/had been+past participle
ü To clarify order of two actions
ü In reported speech
ü The conditional type 3
ü To express a past wish
ü I had phoned jamal before I went out
ü Steve told me that he had been away for the whole week
ü If I had worked hard, I would have got the prize
ü I wish I had gone with you!
ASKING FOR AND GIVING ADVICE
Asking for advice:
  • I've got a bad toothache. What do you suggest?
  • What do you advise me to do?
  • What should I do?
  • What ought I to do?
  • What's your advice?
  • If you were me what would you do?
Giving advice
  • If I were you, I would go to the dentist.
  • Why don't you go to the dentist?
  • You'd better brush your teeth regularly.
  • You ought to/should avoid eating sweets.
  • If you take my advice, you'll go to the dentist.
  • It might be a good idea to brush your teeth on a regular basis.
  • I advise you to brush your teeth on a regular basis.
  • Have you thought about seeing a dentist.
Declining to give advice
  • I don't know what to advise, I'm afraid.
  • I wish I could suggest something, but I can't.
  • I wish I could help.
  • I'm afraid I can't really help you.

EXERCISES

A. Match these terms with their definitions
a) culture     b) values   c) multilingualism  d) patrimony   e) customs
 
1) can be defined as principles or standards of good behavior.
2) refer to the widely accepted traditions within a community.
3) designates the beliefs, language and entire way of life.
4) means using or involving many languages.
5) can be described as the artistic and the intellectual heritage left
    by former generations.

Match  the words with their opposites
a) unprejudiced b) open-minded c) well-behaved d) flexible
e) receptive(to ideas) f) modest g) kind

1) arrogant  2) cruel  3) stubborn  4) narrow-minded
5) ill-behaved 6) prejudiced 7) self-opinionated

Fill in the blanks with the appropriate words from exercise B

1) He’s rather ___________________and never stops telling you that women should stay at home.
2) He’s____________________; he’s obstinately insistent upon his own opinions.
3) She’s____________________; she doesn’t know how to behave at tables.
4) She’s____________________and never stop telling you how wonderful she is.
5) If he weren’t a bit more_____________________and tried to see my point of view, I’m sure we would get along.

   Complete the table with the appropriate definition or the quality meant
Passion / Physical strength and good health / the mental ability of forming new ideas /talent /Willingness to take risks/ audacity   
Definitions
Qualities meant.
……………………………………………………………….
vigour
Intense enjoyment, interest, or excitement
……………………………..
…………………………………….............................................
adventure
Courage; fearless disposition to do things.
………………………………
Natural ability, aptitude or skill
……………………………
  Underline the word that doesn’t belong to the set. 
A.   Jubilation _ depression _ gaiety _ delight
B.    Optimism _ calm _ vivacity _ worry_
C.    Enthusiasm _ worry _ fear _ depession
D.   Joy _ cheerfulness _ merriment _anger
E.    Anger _ sadness _ merriment _ frustration


GIFTS OF YOUTH VOCABULARY



TEACHER: JAMAL AIT YAHIA

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