Today’s lesson is the text book, 'Touchstone2' unit11 'appearance','Family traits', ' Features'.
(1) Family traits
Q1 What does your twin sister look like? Do you look alike? Are you identical twins?
A1 No we look totally different.
Q2 Who do you look like your mother or father?
A2 I look like my father.
Q3 What does your father look like?
A3 He is tall.
Q4 Does he have a beard or a mustache?
A4 He has a beard.
Q5 Do you have pierced ears?
A5 No I don't.
Q6 Do you have a shaved head?
A6 Yes, he is bald.
Q7 Does she wear braces?
A7 Yes she does.
Q8 Does she has long fingernails?
A8 Yes she has.
Q9 Does he wear his hair in a ponytail?
Does she have got freckles?
Does she wear her hair in cornrows?
Does she wear glasses?
Is he very muscular?
Does she wear braids?
Does he have got spiked hair?
A9 Yes they are or yes they do.
2.Today's tips in class
(1)identical twins < triplet < quads < quints < sextuplet < septuplet < octuplet <
(2)Manna from heaven..Nothing can be got without effort.
Here a talk from the Radio Eikaiwa.
Topic is explanation phrase is put behind the sentence, time, place, incidental condition with, participial structure.
First story is two colleagues are talking about one's next-door neighbors's noise.
a Terry , you look like a little sleepy this morning.
b Well, I couldn't sleep well. My next-door neighbor was making noise until 3 a.m.
a Noise? What kind of noise?
b It sounded like some kind of vibration. He might have an electric massage chair.
a That's irritating. Why does he stay up so late?
b I think he works at night.
a Why don't you talk to hime about it?
b Actually, I `ve been thinking about moving to a different apartment.
key sentence is My next-to neighbor was making noise until 3 a.m.
Let' goto the beech tomorrow.
I'll be with you in a minute.
I go for a work out every other day.
Second story is two colleagues are talking about their old colleague.
a Hi, Gilbert. How was your weekend?
b It was good. Oh, I bumped into Ryan in the shopping mall on Sunday.
a Really, What a coincidence. So how's he doing? It's been almost a year since he left us.
a Yes, he said buisiness is a lot tougher than he expected.
b Oh, he started his own company, right?
a That's right. He's selling men's cosmetics, but sales are slow.
a Well, if he wants to come back to our company, he'll be very welcome.
key sentence is I bumped into Ryan in the shopping mall on Sunday.
Third story is two persons ard talking about sunscreen.
a Wow, it looks like you got some sun in Okinawa!
b Yes. I got badly burned because I felt asleep on beach with my face exposed to the sun.
a It looks painful. Haven't you heard of sunscreen?
b Vary funny! Of course I have, but I don't think the sun was that strong.
a How did your wife react?
b Well, she wasn't impressed, to say the least.
a I bet you won't forget to put on sunscreen next time.
b That's for sure.
key sentence I got badly burned because I felt asleep on beach with my face exposed to the sun.
They said goodbye with tears in ther eyes.
He just stood there with his arms ccrossed.
That little girl sat on the pianostool with her legs dangling.
Last story is Roxy and her father are talking about her same class student..
a Hey, Roxy, I saw your boyfriend, Masaru.
b Masaru's not my boyfriend.He's just a student in the same class at school.
a I know. I'm just joking.7b Where did you see him?
a He wss walking in the park, talking to himself.
b He was probably talking on his phone.
a No, he wasn't holding a phone. He was walking and talking to nobody.
b Dad, he had a small microphone somewhere. Everbody uses them these days.
key sentence is He was walking in the park, talking to himself.
He is in the yard playing basketball with the kids.
I dated lots of guys, waiting for Mr. Right to come along.
I often lie on the bed dreaming of becoming a famous artist.