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VOCABULARY

UNIT 2 PLACE

Questions for Reproduction

Discuss the following questions in groups and use them as a plan to make your final monologue on the topic.

SPEAKING

WRITING

Look at the words below. With your partner, try to recall how they were used in the text.

  • Anti-social
  • truth
  • closer
  • regular
  • post office
  • change
  • savvy
  • communication
  • technology
  • positive
  • increased
  • 53%
  • similar
  • kids
  • connectedness
  • survey

Write five good questions about family. Do this in pairs. Each student must write the questions on his / her own paper. When you have finished, interview each other. Write down your groupmate’s answers. Make mini-presentations to your groupmates about what you have found out.

1 What's your first name? Is a common (usual) name in your country? Do you find it suitable?

2 Why did your parents choose such a name for you?

3 How many people are there in your nuclear family?

4 Are you an only child?

5 What is family background (history)?

6 Who does your extended family consist of? Do you really have a world of relatives? Enumerate all your relatives.

7 Who’s your youngest relative? Who’s your oldest relative?

8 Which side of the family is bigger: your mother’s side or your father’s side?

9 Would you like to have more or fewer brothers and (or) sisters than you have? Explain your answer.

10 How do you all get on with each other?

11 What’s the best age for having children? Is it better to be young or a bit older?

12 How many children would you like to have?

13 Would you follow a trend and give your future child (children) a fashionable or unusual name?

14 Would you like a unisex marriage? Explain your answer.

15 Are single-parent families becoming more common in your country? Why?

16 In your country, do more and more people live together without getting married?

17 What would you prefer - a traditional marriage or a more modern type of relationships where young people live together as partners? Explain your answer.

18 What are the special techniques for better remembering peoples’ names?

19 How many close friends do you have? Who’s your best friend?

20 Describe somebody who’s important to you? What’s he (she) like?

21 Do you think communication technology is making us more anti-social?

22 Do you think technology has increased the quality of communication in your family?

23 How can families become even more connected?

24 Are your parents and grandparents tech-savvy?

25 Who is the biggest user of technology in your family?

26 Is your family good at staying in touch?

a car-park

a shopping center

a mosque

a high-rise building

a hill

a statue

a fountain

a canal

church

a bridge

a square

a castle

a nightlife

a beach

a cathedral

a library

a destination

a market

an adventure

excitement

scenery

a souvenir

a shopping heaven

on earth

on the (dance) floor

in the east (north, west, south)

on the east (north, west, south) coast

a tourist attraction

a guide book

an art gallery

hotel facilities

a holiday destination

the best welcome


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