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Gen 28 2010

How can we solve the crisis


Idioma: Anglès
Nivell: 3, 4
Destresa: Parla

Communicative Objectives:
This activity will help you to learn:
– To use future verb forms

– New vocabulary related to finance and business
Work in groups. You have been selected to help your country to device a plan to solve the economic crisis.
You should first talk about the problems and then try to give solutions in order to solve the crisis. You can also think of different policies to be implemented.

Vocabulary related to crisis
Going to

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Des 16 2009

Being a seller for a day


Idioma : Anglès

Nivell : B1 / B2.1 (nivell 3 i 4)

Destresa : parla

Communicative objectives:

With this activity the student will learn how to:

–         Use the basic tips to initiate a conversation

–         Introduce yourself to a stranger


Imagine you are a seller and you have to go house-by-house trying to sell an encyclopaedia. You need to reach a minimum amount of sells in order to get an extra pay and this month you just need to sell one more to get it.


Work in pairs/groups. One of you will have to assume the role of the seller while the other/s will be the customer. You have to be nice to the customer if you want him/her to buy your product, some things you could do are:

– talk to the client about your day or asking the client about his/hers.
– offering a discount.

– giving a present for the purchase.


Present continuous:      What are you doing? I’m cooking the dinner

Future Forms:              You will learn about everything you need to know

I’m going to show you the best encyclopaedia


Expressing apologies and thanks: (e.g. I’m sorry, I apologise for… Thank you very much, I really appreciate it…)

Greetings and farewells: (e.g. Hi/Hello, see you later…)

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Des 10 2009

Applying for a job

Idioma: Anglès
Nivell: B1 / B2.1 (nivell 3 i 4)
Destresa: parla

Communicative Objective:

This conversation will help you to learn:
– How to use the PAST PERFECT TENSE
– How to use the FUTURE TENSE
– How to make a polite interview

You have already finished your studies and you need to apply for a job, because you want to live by yourself. After doing some research, you have found a six-month job offer available in the United Kingdom. It’s a very interesting job, and you would like to get it. It is a great opportunity, so you can’t let it go.


You have to talk about what you have done recently, where you have been working before, what you have studied and where. If you want to get the job, try to show interest and speak as much polite as possible.


Present perfect
Past perfect
Vocabulary related to jobs and interviews

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