Theme 2: Home and Housing

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Typ práce: Ostatné
Dátum: 15.04.2020
Jazyk: Angličtina
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Theme 2: HOME AND HOUSING

(Môj dom/byt. Zariadenie bytu. Domov a jeho okolie. Bývanie v meste a na dedine.)

  1. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

House: - flat – a block of flats, house

- cellar, door, downstairs/upstairs, garage, garden, room, stairs, wall, window

House - rooms: bathroom, bedroom, dining room, hall, kitchen, living room, toilet House- furniture: armchair, bath, bed, bedside table, chair, chest of drawers, cooker, cupboard, desk, fridge, shelf – bookshelf, shower, sink, sofa, table, toilet, wardrobe, washbasin

House - Decorations&Equipments: carpet, clock, computer – PC, curtains, lamp, light, mirror, picture, poster, radio, rug, television – TV

House – related words: - address, city/town, neighbour, playground, street

Verbs: come, go, live

  • have breakfast, have lunch, have dinner
  • have a bath, have a shower, have a rest

Useful phrases:

There is/are …

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. How many furniture can you name?
  2. How many rooms are there in your house?
  3. What can we do in the bathroom? In the bedroom? In the kitchen? In the living room?
  4. What is your favourite room?
  5. Who are your neighbours?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. Where do you live?
  2. What is your room like?
  3. Do you like your home? Why?
  4. Where can you buy furniture?
  5. Can you describe your kitchen?
  6. What is your favorite room in your house? Why?
  7. What do you like about your home? What don't you like?
  8. What is in your living room?
  9. Who do you live with?
  10. What are the colours of your rooms?
  11. Do you keep pets at home? Where?
  12. Are there any playground near your home?

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

6. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

House: - flat – a block of flats, house

- cellar, door, downstairs/upstairs, garage, garden, room, stairs, wall, window

House - rooms: bathroom, bedroom, dining room, hall, kitchen, living room, toilet

House - furniture: armchair, bath, bed, bedside table, bin – rubbish bin, chair, chest of drawers, cooker, cupboard, desk, fridge, shelf – bookshelf, shower, sink, sofa, table, toilet, wardrobe, washbasin

House- Decorations&Equipments: carpet, clock, computer – PC, curtains, lamp, light, mirror, picture, poster, radio, rug, television – TV, TV set

House – related words: - apartment, city/town, housework, neighbour, playground, street

Verbs: arrive, build, clean, come, cook, go, help, live, make the bed, put, set the table, stay, take the rubbish out, tidy, vacuum, wash, wash up

  • have breakfast, have lunch, have dinner
  • have a bath, have a shower, have a rest

Useful phrases:

There is/are …

to help with the housework

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘house’?
  2. What’s your favourite thing about your home?
  3. Do you like being at home alone?
  4. Do you do housework? What do you do?
  5. What decorations have you got in your living room?
  6. Where do you park your car at your house?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. Do you like house or the flat? Which is better and why?
  2. What kind of home do you live in?
  3. Do you like your house/flat? Why or why not?
  4. Do you like the place where you are living? Why or why not?
  5. What is your favourite room? Why?
  6. What do you do at home in the afternoon?
  7. How do you help your parents with the housework?
  8. What things can make your home a beautiful place?
  9. What do you know about your neighbors?
  10. How are houses different in your country and in the UK?
  11. What do you think is the worst colour for a living room/kitchen/bedroom?
  12. What is in your bedroom?
  13. Where do you keep your pets?
  14. What are there near your house/flat?

ROLE PLAY:

A: You phone to your partner B. He is very busy. Ask him/her what he/she is doing. B: You are very busy. You are tidying your room.

A: You can´t go out with your partner B, because you must do a lot of housework. B: You want to go out with your partner A, but he can´t go.


PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

VOCABULARY: 

  1. ROČNÍK

House: - cottage, flat – a block of flats, house

- cellar, door – front door, downstairs/upstairs, floor, garage, garden, handle, room, stairs, wall, window

House&Rooms: bathroom, bedroom, dining room, hall, kitchen, library, living room, toilet House&Furniture: armchair, bath, bed, bedside table, bin – rubbish bin, chair, chest of drawers, cooker, cupboard, desk, fridge, shelf – bookshelf, shower, sink, sofa, table, toilet, wardrobe, washbasin

House&Decorations&Equipments: carpet, clock, computer – PC, curtains, lamp, light, mirror, picture, poster, radio, rug, television – TV, TV set

House – related words: - address, apartment, building, city/town, hometown, housework, neighbour, playground, skyscraper, street, village

Verbs: arrange, arrive, build, clean, come, cook, go, grow up, help, iron, live, lock, make the bed, move, paint, polish, put, repair, set the table, spend, stay, take the rubbish out, throw, tidy, vacuum, wash, wash up

  • have breakfast, have lunch, have dinner
  • have a bath, have a shower, have a rest

Useful phrases: There is/are … to be in/ be away

to help with the housework

to leave home

to spend the time/spend the money

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘house’?
  2. Where do you usually spend your free time?
  3. Where does your family spend much time at home?
  4. What decorations do you have at home?
  5. What room do you spend the least time in?
  6. What room do you spend the most time in?
  7. What do you like doing at home?
  8. What do you dislike doing at home?
  9. How long have you lived in your current home?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. What do you like about your home? What don't you like?
  2. Do you prefer to live in a house or in a block of flats? Why?
  3. How do you want to arrange your room?
  4. How long have you lived where you are living now?
  5. What things in your home couldn't you live without?
  6. Where do you like having a relax at home?
  7. What decorations do you like in your house/flat? What don't you like?
  8. What are the advantages and disadvantages of living in a house or a flat?
  9. How many different homes have you lived in?
  10. Where will you prefer to live in your future?
  11. What does the outside of your house look like?
  12. What do you know about American houses?
  13. How many different homes have you lived up to now?
  14. What is your favourite place to live? Why?
  15. What would you like to change in your room?
  16. What is the colour of your front door? Wall? Windows? R
  17. What do you think houses in the future will be like?
  18. Where do you think it's best to grow up?

ROLE PLAY:

A: Your partner B will celebrate his/her birthday party. You want to buy some decoration for his room. Ask your partner B some information about his room and what he/she likes.

B: You will celebrate your birthday. You must invite your partner and give him some information about yourself.

A: You are going to spend your holidays in the village. You are looking forward to your cottage. Explain your parner B why you prefer your holidays in the cottage.

B: You are going to spend your holidays in the city, at home. Explain your parner A why you prefer your holidays in the busy city.

PICTURES FOR SPEAKING:

8., 9. ROČNÍK

VOCABULARY:

House: - cottage, flat – a block of flats, house, hut

- balcony, ceiling, cellar, chimney, door – front door, downstairs/upstairs, floor, gate, garage, garden, handle, lawn, lift, roof, room, stairs, storey, terrace, wall, window

House&Rooms: bathroom, bedroom, dining room, guest room, hall, kitchen, library, living room, sitting room, toilet

House&Furniture: armchair, bath, bed, bedside table, bin – rubbish bin, bookcase, chair, chest of drawers, cooker, cupboard, desk, fridge, letter box, shelf – bookshelf, shower, sink, sofa, stool, table – coffee table, toilet, wardrobe, washbasin House&Decorations&Equipments: carpet, clock, computer – PC, curtains, cushion, dishwasher, lamp, light, mirror, picture, plant, poster, radio, rug, settee, television – TV, TV set, toaster, vase, washing machine

House – related words: - address, apartment, building, household, housework, housing estate, neighbour, neighbourhood, playground, skyscraper, street

- city, countryside, hometown, town, village

Verbs: arrange, arrive, build, clean, come, cook, go, grow up, heat, help, iron, knock, live, lock, make the bed, move, paint, pay for, polish, put, rent, repair, ring the bell, set the table, share the flat, spend, stay, sweep, take the rubbish out, throw, tidy, vacuum, wash, wash up

  • have breakfast, have lunch, have dinner
  • have a bath, have a shower, have a rest

Useful phrases: There is/are … to be in/ be away

to help with the housework to leave home

to spend the time/spend the money

CONVERSATION STARTERS:

  1. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘dream home’?
  2. What comes to mind when you hear the word ‘comfortable room’?
  3. Where can people live?
  4. What equipments are useful for household?
  5. What do you like doing at home?
  6. What do you dislike doing at home?
  7. What things at your home couldn't you live without?
  8. What things at your house could you easily live without?
  9. How can people keep your house clean and comfortable?
  10. Where can people relax at home?
  11. What can you buy in IKEA?
  12. What decorations do you like?

CONVERSATION QUESTIONS:

  1. Describe your house or flat (location, design, ..)
  2. What are the advantages and disadvantages of sharing a room with a sibling?
  3. What room do you and your family spend the least time in? Why?
  4. What room do you and your family spend the most time in? Why
  5. Have you changed anything in your house recently? If so, what was that?
  6. Is your current home in a good location? Why or why not?
  7. What is the most exclusive area to live in your city? What is good about it?
  8. What do think of housing estate?
  9. What should people do to have a comfortable home?
  10. What is your relationship with your neighbours?
  11. Have you ever moved house? Describe the
  12. If you could change anything about your present home, what would it be?
  13. What changes would you like to make to your house?
  14. What differences do you think there are between life in a city and in a the country?
  15. Would you prefer to live in an old city with a lot of history, or a more modern one?
  16. How did people use to live in their houses in the past?
  17. Can you imagine an "dream" house? What would it be like?
  18. Where would your dream home be? What would it be like inside and out?
  19. If you could have a house anywhere in the world, where would it be?
  20. Would you prefer to live in a house or an apartment? Why?
  21. Is every house a home?
  22. Give some reasons why people become
  23. What problems do home owners have? What can they do about them?
  1. Make a list of the 10 most important things you would look for when choosing a house to live
  2. Do you agree that ‘home is where the heart is’? What do think of it?

ROLE PLAY:

A: You would like to change your room, but you haven’t got a lot of money. Tell your partner B about your ideas.

B: You can help to arrange your patner A´s room. Give him/her some advice.

A: Your parents might move to a large house. But the location is far from the town you are presently living. You live in a block of flats.

B: Encourage your partner A who might move to the other town. He/she is sad.

A: You complain that you have to share a room with a younger sister. You are annoyed. B: You have got your own room, but you feel alone.

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