Integrated Skills Program 2
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L1T2H - Building conversations
In this lesson, you're going to practise asking and answering conversation questions about money.
Task One: Let's do a quiz with some words to help us talk about today's topic. Choose the best word or words to complete each sentence.
1. Saturday and Sunday are the _____ .
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2. I don’t have any money. Can I _____ some from you, please?
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3. If you keep money to use in the future, you _____ it.
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4. The opposite of 'sell' is _____ .
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5. I _____ about 100 Baht a day on food and drink.
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6. If you _____ money, you get it from doing work.
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7.  Don’t _____ any money to Dave. He never gives it back.
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8. I think that eating in expensive cafes is a _____ of money.
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Task Two: Watch the video and practise answering the questions.
Task Three: Choose the right words to complete the five questions.
1. What kind of things do you spend _____ money on?
Answer: I spend my money on clothes and computer games.
2. How much money do you spend _____ school every day?
Answer: I spend about 100 Baht at school every day.
3. Do you try _____ money or do you spend it all?
Answer: I spend all my money.
4. Where do you go when you have _____ money?
Answer: I go to the mall.
5. _____ do you sometimes borrow money from?
Answer: I sometimes borrow money from my sister.
Task Four: Sam is asking Jennifer some questions about money. Choose the best answers for Jennifer.
1. What things do you think are a waste of money?
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2. How much money do you usually spend at weekends?
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3. What do you think is the best way to earn a lot of money?
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4. What do you do when you have no money?
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5. Who do you sometimes lend money to?
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Task Five: Watch the video and answer the questions with your own ideas.
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