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انگلیسی پایه هشتم درس سوم با ویدیو و تمرین تلفظ واژگان

انگلیسی پایه هشتم درس سوم به همراه ویدیو و پادکست آموزشی برای آموزش واژگان و تلفظ درست واژگان انگلیسی در متن تدریس شده توسط دکتر محمد حسین حریری اصل، دکترای آموزش زبان انگلیسی با گرایش آموزش آنلاین

ویدیوی انگلیسی پایه هشتم درس سوم

Lesson 3

Conversation

Listen to the students talking about their abilities.

Elham: Wow! Your drawing is very good.

Sara: Thanks. Can you draw?

Elham: No, I’m not good at drawing. But I can take good photos.

Sara: Really? Can I see your photos?

Elham: Why not? Come to my house this afternoon.

Sara: Oh, I can’t make it today. How about Thursday afternoon?

Elham: That’s fine. You can bring your drawing book, too.

Sara: Sure.

Practice 1 Talking about Abilities (1)
Practice 2 Talking about Abilities (2)
Are you good at drawing?
Is she good at cooking?
Is he good at playing football?
Are you good at searching the Web?
Are they good at swimming?
Can you make a cake?
Can she search the Web?
Can he do a puzzle?
Can you ride a bicycle?
Can they play basketball?

Responses

Yes, I am./ No, I’m not.
Yes, she is./ No, she isn’t.
Yes, he is./ No, he isn’t.
Yes, we are./ No, we aren’t.
Yes, they are./ No, they aren’t.
Yes, I can./ No, I can’t.
Yes, she can./ No, she can’t.
Yes, he can./ No, he can’t.
Yes, we can./ No, we can’t.
Yes, they can./ No, they can’t.

Listen to the examples. Then ask and answer with a friend.

Practice 3 Talking about Abilities (3)
Who can work with a computer?
Who can play tennis?
Who can draw?
Who can take photos?
Who is good at telling stories?

Answers

All students can.
Ali can play tennis well.
Parham can, but not very well.
Marjan and Leila can.
Me.

Spelling and Pronunciation

Listen to the conversation between the teacher and the students in the English class.
Student 1: Excuse me, I have a question.
Teacher: Yes?
Student 1: How do you say O-O in the words ‘football’∗ and ‘afternoon’?
Teacher: Say double O. Well, the sound is short in ‘football’ and long in ‘afternoon’.
Student 1: Thank you.
Student 2: Excuse me, I have a question, too. We write P-L-A-Y but we say ‘play’∗, why?
Teacher: Well, that’s ‘play’. There’s no /e/ between P and L, ‘play’!
Student 2: Thanks. And how do you say S-W in ‘swimming’∗?
Teacher: Swimming’. Say ‘swimming’.

Reading, Speaking and Writing

Group Work

Find classmates with the following abilities and fill out the table below. Add two more abilities. Use these model questions:
Model: 1) Can you ride a bicycle?
2) Who can ride a bicycle?
3) Are you good at riding a bicycle?
4) Who is good at riding a bicycle?

Role Play

Pair Work

Student A:
You are an interviewer. Look at the questions on card A and ask your classmate the questions.
Student B:
Imagine you are a famous person. Complete the information on card B and answer the interviewer’s questions.
Then change roles.

Student A Card

1. What’s your name, please?
2. How old are you?
3. What’s your job?
4. What’s your nationality?
5. What city are you from?
6. What’s it like?
7. What’s your favorite food?
8. What sports can you do/play?

Student B Card

1. My name’s ………………………………………
2. I’m ………………………………… years old.
3. I’m a …………………………………………………
4. I’m ……………………………………………………
5. I’m from …………………………………………
6. It’s ……………………………………………………
7. It’s ……………………………………………………
8. I can ………………………………… .

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