Session 3

Emma goes out onto the streets of London to ask people about where they live. We practise different forms of like, learn some vocabulary and pick up a pronunciation point along the way.

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This next activity is going to introduce some vocabulary that you can use to talk about what your town is like and what you like about your town.

The people in the video - Milly, Paul, Mariska and Katie - tell you about where they live. They describe what their home towns are like and they say what they like about them.

Match the word to the definition

To do

Read what Milly and Paul said and look at the words in bold. Try to understand what the words mean from the context - that means the other words around the bold words. Then do the vocabulary quiz to see if you are right.

Milly

[I'm from] East Grinstead in West Sussex – probably about 50 minutes south of London. I guess it's kind of a countryside town, so a lot different to London. Quite green and nice. I like it. You go down the high street and everyone tends to know one another. It's homely, you feel safe there. It's friendly.

Paul

Hi, I'm Paul. I come from London, just down the river here. The best way I can answer that is to tell you what I'm going to do today. I'm going to meet a friend, have a coffee, then we're going to see a play at the Globe Theatre, and afterwards there'll be plenty of places open so we'll find somewhere for a late supper. I think there are so many things that go on in the city, so many people and types of people who live here, it's just exciting and wonderful.

 

 

What do these words mean?

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Match the words to their meanings

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What do these words mean?

9 Questions

Match the words to their meanings

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Next

You now know a few adjectives and ways to describe things, but there are many, many more. To get better at describing what you like about your town or what your town is like, try to read travel guides and travel articles in newspapers and magazines. When you read them, look for the different words and phrases that the writers use to describe towns, countries and events. Make a note of them and try to use them when talking about the place you live.

For more on adjectives and adverbs read our Unit 2 vocabulary reference . We will also have more adjective examples in our mystery object activity in Session 4. 

In the next activity, we will test that you understand the two different ways to use like.

 

సెషన్ లోని వ్యాకరణం

  • Like (as verb)

    We use like as a verb in this way: subject + like + object

    Like (as preposition)

    We use like as a preposition in this set phrase:

    what + to be + noun/noun phrase + like?