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Lessons 78-80 Learn to talk about your favourite holiday

Unit 6 Holidays and Traditions

Lessons 78-80 Learn to talk about your favourite holiday

Word Box

Communication Box

To celebrate

Thanks again.

To invite

Thank you for the

To present

Invitation.

Balloon to decorate

First of all, …

1. Look and say what children usually do before their birthday.

 Lessons 78 80 Learn to talk about your favourite holiday

Example: I usually invite friends for my birthday.

2. Listen and repeat.

BIRTHDAY CAKES

Birthday cakes, birthday cakes,

One for Peter and one for Paul,

An apple, a pear, a plump or

A cherry,

And a good present to make

Us merry.

/ɔ:/ – Paul, all

/е/ – cherry, present, merry

3. Look, match and say who helps these children to celebrate their birthday.

 Lessons 78 80 Learn to talk about your favourite holiday

 Lessons 78 80 Learn to talk about your favourite holiday

To take a birthday cake to decorate a room

To cook tasty food to buy a present

Example: The girl’s brother helps her to decorate the room.

4. Listen and reproduce.

COME TO MY BIRTHDAY PARTY

Paul: Hey, Helen, you look great!

Helen: Thank you, Paul. I have a holiday today. It’s my birthday today.

Paul: Congratulations, a birthday girl! Happy birthday!

My birthday is my favourite holiday, too.

Helen: Thanks again. My dad and I have already decorated my room with balloons. My grandma has already baked a birthday cake and my mum has cooked some tasty food.

Paul: Glad to hear it. So it’s a family holiday, isn’t it?

Helen: It is. I want to invite you to my birthday party.

It’s fun to celebrate my birthday together.

Paul: Thank you for the invitation.

Helen: Please come to my place at 6 o’clock. OK?

Paul: With pleasure.

Remember!

My dad and I have already decorated a room.

My granny has already baked a birthday cake.

My mum has cooked a tasty food.

5. Talk with a friend about your birthday party.

 Lessons 78 80 Learn to talk about your favourite holiday

 Lessons 78 80 Learn to talk about your favourite holiday


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On your own: Show a picture of your birthday party and say what you and your family members have already done.

Example: This is a picture of my birthday party. I have already decorated my room with balloons. My brother has presented me with flowers. My grandma has cooked a birthday cake.

 Lessons 78 80 Learn to talk about your favourite holiday

6. Look and guess what the children do at Paul’s birthday party.

 Lessons 78 80 Learn to talk about your favourite holiday

Example: I think Paul’s friends like… .

7. Read and say what Paul’s parents have already bought for his birthday party.

A BIRTHDAY BOY

Part One

My name is Paul. I live in a big and friendly family. I have got my mum and dad, 2 brothers and a little sister. We celebrate many holidays together. But the biggest holiday is a birthday of any member of my family.

We have our family traditions of this holiday. First of all we write nice invitations for relatives and friends. Usually a birthday boy (or a girl) makes them. We are all going to celebrate my birthday soon. I have already made some for my birthday. Then my elder brothers help me to decorate the sitting room for a birthday party. We have already made little flags of all colours and my mum has bought balloons.

Part Two

When guests come, a birthday boy/girl must guess a present. A guest says the first letter, for example: “b” and I ask “Is it a ball?” or “Is it a book?”. If it’s right, I get a present and congratulations. If it’s wrong, I guess again. Isn’t it fun?

At the birthday party we eat tasty food, talk and play. My friends and I like to play computer games. I think my dad has already bought me a new game. I like this holiday a lot. It’s the best time for me.

8. True or False?

1. Paul has got an elder sister and two little brothers.

2. Paul’s family has some family traditions.

3. A birthday boy/girl must make a birthday cake.

4. Children decorate the sitting room with little flags and balloons.

5. Paul likes to guess a present.

6. Paul and his friends are interested in sports.

9. Talk with friends about your birthday party. Use:

My birthday is… .

As a rule, … .

My parents often… .

My brother/sister helps me… .

At the party we… .

My friends and I like… .

I like my… .

10. Write an invitation card for your birthday party. Use:

Dear… ,

I’m going to celebrate my… .

I want to invite you… .

Please, come… on… .

We’ll have fun!

Yours,

Do it yourself! Make an invitation card for your birthday.


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