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2 Student s Worksheet 2 The Ask & Answer Boardgame Ask cards what they would do with 1,000 zlotys. food. if they have a pet and what it is / why not. if they could visit London or New York, which they would choose and why. about their last holiday. place to eat out. if they like shopping and why (not). about an interesting film they have seen recently. if they like doing sports and which ones / why not. what types of housework they like and dislike doing. film. if they would like to move and live in a different country and why (not). if they watch TV and why (not). if they were an animal, which would they be and why. about their plans for the evening. about their plans for the weekend. what aspects of personality they like in other people. if they could live without the Internet for a week. if they have ever met someone famous. what objects they always have with them (in their bag or pockets). which season they like best and why. which country in the world they would like to visit if they could go anywhere they wanted. what they use the computer for. ways of spending free time.

3 Student s Worksheet 3 The Ask & Answer Boardgame Answer cards Do you think you could live without a mobile phone for a month? What kind of music do you like listening to? What did you do last weekend? place to be in the town / city where you live? Do you play computer games? Would you like to learn to drive a car? If you could spend one day with any famous person in the world, who would you choose and why? What five objects would you take with you to a desert island? What would you like to receive as a present for your next birthday? If you could have any animal as a pet, what animal would you choose and why? When was the last time you laughed and what was the situation? colour and why? Can you and do you often ride a bicycle? How often do you meet up with your friends? If you could choose to have one special talent, what would it be? What aspects of personality do you dislike in other people? If you could spend one day doing anything you wanted, what would you do (money is not an issue)? item of clothing and why? Who was / were your best friend(s) at primary school? snack? sandwich? What is the most interesting place you have ever visited and why? Do you prefer the mountains or the seaside? Why? Do you watch any TV series? Which ones? / Why not?

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5 Student s Worksheet Word Play 1. Complete the table with the words from the box. desserts level sink devil earth eye red park polish radar knows march drawer noon bow peels piece rock ate turkey HOMOPHONES HOMOGRAPHS CAPITONYMS PALINDROMES ANADROMES have the same pronunciation as other words (but different spelling) have the same spelling as other words (with the same or different pronunciation) have a different meaning when spelled with a capital letter give the same word when read backwards give a different word when read backwards sea (see) letter may (May) kayak smart (trams) fold here 2. Make sentences using two pairs of the homophones, homographs, capitonyms or anadromes. e.g. The devil lived on stressed desserts. He may polish his Polish in May. 1)... 2)... 3)... 4)... fold here 3. Look at the pictures and make two more palindrome squares. W E D E Y E D E W

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