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  • February 21st, 2020 (Friday)

    At the restaurant.


    In the lesson:

    • Homework checking:
      • Team 1: WB p. 55 Ex. 1, 2, 3
      • Team 2: WB p. 55 Ex. 3 (draw)
      • Alice Merton — No Roots (зачет)
        • PS 4
      • Quiz:
        • alive (живой)
        • fit (подтянутый, стройный)
        • repear (устранять, восстанавливаться)
        • damage (повреждения)
        • bones (кости)
        • muscles (мышцы)
        • enegry (энергия)
        • digestion (пищеварение)
        • dairy products (молочные продукты)
        • protein (белки)
        • grains (злаки, зерно)
        • to keep (быть, поддерживать)
        • to taste (!!! быть на вкус, пробовать вкус)
        • strawberry (клубника, земляника)
        • wheat (пшеница)
        • cream (сливки, крем, сметана)
        • cereal (хлопья)
        • wheel (колесо)
        • spinach (шпинат)
        • beans (бобы)
        • plums (сливы, изюм)
    • Grammar online:
      • past continues VS past simple (two tests)
    • The topic for today: At the restaurant
    • New words / old words:
      • Table:
        • for two, three, four
        • for the family of four
        • at the corner
        • at the wall
      •  Starter:
        • salad
        • soup (fish, tomato, cream, mushroom)
      • Main food (main course):
        • steak
        • vegetables (potatoes, )
        • rice
        • chicken (grilled)
        • fish
        • lasagna
        • pasta
        • pizza
      • Desserts:
        • cake (cheese, strawberry, cherry)
        • fruit (pineapple, oranges)
      • Drinks:
        • Soda (coke, pepsi, 7-up, sprite)
        • Tea (green, black)
        • Coffee (latte, americano, cappuchino)
        • Juice (fresh)
    • New expressions (learn by heart) for visitor:
        • To have a seat:
          • Have you got a table … ?
          • Do you have a table … ?
          • We’d like to sit at the table …
        • When you want to take a menu:
          • Can I have your menu please?
          • I’d like to see your menu, please.
          • Could you give me the menu, please?
        • When you would like to order something:
          • Can I have … ?
          • What do you suggest for … ?
          • Could you please bring me … ?
          • I’ll have
    • New expressions for waitress:
      • Follow me please.
      • What would you like for … ?
      • Could I suggest you … ?
      • Is everything OK?
      • Here’s the bill, please.
      • Certainly you can have …
      • Hope to see you again!
    • SB p. 56 Ex.1:
      • Make the plan in the exercise books:
          • Guest/customer role:
            • Greeting
            • Table (for … a family of …, table for three)
            • Drink
            • Starter
            • Main course
            • Another (drink, main course)
            • Dessert
            • Bill
            • Paying
            • Goodbye
          • Waitress role:
            • Suggesting the table
            • Giving the menu
            • Suggesting the meals
            • Taking the order
            • Suggesting the dessert
            • Giving the bill and taking the payment
      • Act out in the class
    • WB p. 56 Ex.1:
      • on the laptop
    • PS 4 songs

    Homework:

    • Зачет по песне No roots (кто не сдал!)
    • Jonas Blue — Perfect strangers:
    • Team 1: WB p. 56 Ex. 1,2,3
    • Team 2: WB p. 56 Ex. 1,2
    • Еще раз просмотреть ролик и повторить за ведущими фразы:
    • Both teams:
      • выучить вопросы и фразы для диалога (роль посетителя ресторана и официанта) — будет опрос на перевод с английского на русский и наоборот:
        • New expressions (learn by heart) for visitor:
            • To have a seat:
              • Have you got a table … ?
              • Do you have a table … ?
              • We’d like to sit at the table …
            • When you want to take a menu:
              • Can I have your menu please?
              • I’d like to see your menu, please.
              • Could you give me the menu, please?
            • When you would like to order something:
              • Can I have … ?
              • What do you suggest for … ?
              • Could you please bring me … ?
              • I’ll have
        • New expressions for waitress:
          • Follow me please.
          • What would you like for … ?
          • Could I suggest you … ?
          • Is everything OK?
          • Here’s the bill, please.
          • Certainly you can have …
          • Hope to see you again!

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