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This booklet is vital studying for somebody attracted to comparing languages for particular reasons (LSP).

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Ask them what he or shewould look like. )Elicit somevocabularyand write it on the board. 6 Ask learnersto write a short descriptionof the person. 7 Put the learnersin pairs,or groups of three,to comparetheir descriptions. ' 35 1-5 ctothes LANGUAGE 'Clothes'(for example,sweater,jacket,jeans),'colours'(for example,red, green,blue), and'describingpeople'(for example, tall, small, fat) vocabulary areas. TEcHNreuEs Organizingtexts:reorderingand joining. Creating texts: write and do. MATERIALS Sentences, on a posteror on the board; a bag of clothesfor dressing up asrobbers;anotherbag,marked'money'.

Lead-in 1, Write a selectionof everydayactions on the board, for example: watrch'N read cook do houeework do homework Tell the learnersyou are going to do a quick survey to find out what they do in the evenings. 2 aa aaaaaae aaa Organlzingtexts: completion Readout eachaction. Count the hands and write the total by each action. What do most learnersdo? ataaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa 3 Putup thistextframework: Everyday I Firetl al andLhenl Then| -. Afler lhat | -Lo school. at, and I qo homeat ln lhe eveningI Iand Lhen| -.

Pretendto be dealingwith the first'customer'when the 'robbers'runin. Ask them if they can remember what the robbers were wearing, and then tell them to write a descriptionof what they sawfor the police. When the robbershavechangedinto their normal clothesand come back into the room, tell them to try and rememberwhat they were all wearing,and write a descriptiontoo. Get the learnersto work in pairs or small groups and discusswhat they havewritten. Ask them if all their descriptionsof the robbers are the same.

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