+ Do you like watching films?
+ What kind of films do you like to watch? + Now let’s look at some pictures and find out
what kind of films they belong to .(work in group )
+ Now let’s talk about what kind of films you
like and dislike with your partner. You may use the expressions below: A:I like /don’ like watching ……, because it is fantastic…. B:So/ Nor do I. A: My favorite film is …..
Which is the most famous place for films and TV production in America?
The following words are all related to the topic “Hollywood”. Can you guess what they mean? studio Warner Bros. shoot Columbia Pictures thriller Universal Studio
What can you do as a visitor to Universal Studio if you have a chance to go? Read the brochure and try to find the answer.
We have theme parks like Disneyland and Happy Valley. Now let’s travel to the universal studios in Florida with the Tullis family.
+ How many rides do they take?
Which part do they like best?
+ What does the father like about the universal
studio? + A: He really enjoys going on the rides and watching the people. + He enjoys seeing his family enjoying the rides the most.
+ Which ride does the mother prefer?
Earthquake or Ghostbusters? And why? + A: She prefers Earthquake to Ghostbusters. Because she thinks the visual effects are much more creative and authentic. + What does she like the most of the day? + A: She thinks the best part , the thing she likes most is sharing the excitement and enjoyment with her family.
+ How about the two sisters? Do they like the
day at universal studios? + A: There is nothing she dislikes or hates about the day. She enjoys basically everything.(elder sister) + A: She likes to sit down and take a break. It’s kind of refreshing her ready for the next ride.
+ Now share with your group members your
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visit in Happy Valley. You may use the expressions below: enjoy……most./basically everything. prefer….to…, because… The best part, the thing I like the most is… There is nothing I dislike or hate…
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break violently break by pressing hard caught so that you can’t escape continue living after a dangerous experience falls down completely covered, usually underground kill sb. esp. when he is weak (dream) be realized pay close attention to
fantastic terrifying crazy incredible huge famous evil
well-known great unbelievable enormous bad and dangerous very frightening wild
“Live” generally can not be followed by an object except “to live a…life”. Is it true in the brochure? What does “to live the ultimate” mean here?
“To experience the best of something”!
In an advertisement or a brochure, people don’t always follow grammar rules, but the readers can understand and enjoy the tricks. Can you tell the secrets of these slogans? I’m loving it! Impossible is nothing! Impossible? No, I’m possible! We do chicken right!
Can you share with us some similar slogans? How about “Kongfrontation”, which you’ll read about later?