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девушки


Vocabulary                                           

Peer pressure

1 Describe the picture. What is happening? How does the person feel? Why? Read the definition to find out.

peer pressure (phr): pressure from people of one's own age to behave in a way that is similar or acceptable of them.

2 a  Choose the correct word. Check in the Word List.

1      A: Mike got arrested for committing/permitting a crime. Shoplifting I think.
        B: I know. He's been hanging out/in with a really rough/tough crowd!

2      A: Did Tom ask you to tell/say a lie for him again?
        B: Yes. I did it, but it let/made me feel guilty.

3      A: Why are you picking at/on her? She's really upset.
        B: I know, I really deny/regret it. The others made/let me do it.

4      A: Her new boyfriend is a bad effect/influence on her. She's started smoking, you know!
        B: Yes, she's been missing/losing lessons, too.

5      A: What's come/gone over Alex? She's totally changed her image!
        B: She wanted to match/fit in with her friends.

b Fill in: persuade, resist, give in, influence, discourage, dissuade. Which are opposites?


1    Sam allows friends to........his decisions too much.
2    I can't believe they managed to.............you to dye your hair green!
3    Sue wanted to start wearing black makeup like her friends, but I managed to .......... her!
4    My friend Jane asked me so many times to go skiing with her that I finally had to ............
5    The constant teasing from his friends was starting to ........ Phil.
6    You should ........peer pressure and stand up for what you believe.

Listening

3 RNE  Listen to a radio interview with some teenagers talking about peer pressure. Number the statements below in the order you hear them. There is one extra statement you do not need.


A You must be strong and resist it.
B It can make you do some strange things.
C You can't avoid it.
D It is sometimes a positive thing.
E It can hurt others.
F It can lead to regrets.

Idioms

4 Complete the idioms with:

million, hundred and one, two, sixes, six. Check in Appendix 3. Are there similar idioms in your language?

1    I can think of a  ......... reasons why you shouldn't do that.
2    He's in .......... minds about going to the party.
3    To me he's the best friend ever, definitely one in a ..........    
4    Everyone was at ............... and sevens after the announcement that the school had been vandalised.
5    They're both to blame! It's ............    of one and half a dozen* of the other!

*twelve

Reading

5  Complete the dialogue with the sentences A-F. Listen and check.

Lucy: Hey Kim, I'm glad I've bumped into you! Do you fancy coming out to that new nightclub tonight?
Kim: 1)    ............
Lucy: Oh, Kim! You'll be the odd one out! Everyone's going!
Kim: 2)    ..........
Lucy: Look, don't worry! You can spend the night at my house. Just tell your parents we're studying together.
Kim: 3)    .............
Lucy: Oh, come on Kim! It's no big deal. I do it all the time!
Kim: 4)    .................
Lucy: Well... it's vour loss! Let me know if you change your mind.
Kim: 5)    ...............
Lucy: Well, suit yourself! I'll call you tomorrow.
Kim: 6)    ..................

6 Match the underlined phrases with their meanings: do whatever you want, met unexpectedly, disappoint them, you'll regret not doing something, the person who is different from everyone else, it's nothing to worry about.

Everyday English

Expressing negative feelings/Sympathising - Encouraging

7 Use the language in the table to act out short exchanges for the following situations.

•    You found out that your best friend is lying to you and you're angry.
•    Your friends are trying to make you miss lessons from school but you don't want to.
•    You didn't do well in your exams and you have problems with your friends.

   Asking            Expressing negative feelings
•    You don't look very happy. What's the matter?
•    You don't look very well. What's up?
•    Are you all right? You look a bit nervous/worried etc   
•    Well, I could be better
•    I'm (a bit/really) nervous/worried/fed up etc
•    Nothing's going right in my life
    Sympathising/Encouraging
       Expressing extreme feelings
•    Cheer up! Things can't be that bad!
•    I'm sorry to hear that, but I'm sure everything will be all right.
•    I'm so sorry. You really need ...
•    I know what you mean.   
•    I'm ready to explode!
•    ... is/are driving me crazy!
•    I'm just going mad.
•    1 can't stand ... any more.


девушки

A   I know, but my parents don't let stay out so late on a school night.
B   No, I really can't. They trust me and I really don't want to let them down.
C   Oh no, Lucy, I couldn't lie to my parents.
D   Sure. Have fun!
E    Err... well, I was planning to study actually...
F    Thanks, but I'm not coming, no matter how hard you try to persuade me!

Persuading, responding

8 a  Choose the correct response. Listen and check.


1  A: Please lend me some money. It would mean a lot to me.
    B: a) Oh, all right then, just this once!
         b) It's no big deal.

2  A: Come to football practice with me! Come on, it'll be fun!
     B: a) It won't be fun.
          b) Well, I suppose I could.

3   A: Can you tell Joe I like him? Oh go on, please!
     B: a) No, I'm afraid I really can't,
          b) OK, thank you.

b  Use the phrases in Ex. 8a to try to persuade your partner to: help you with your homework, go to a party with you, wash the dishes for you, go on holiday with you.

9   Think of ten new words/ expressions you have learnt during this lesson. Make sentences using them.








Английский язык. 11 класс : учеб. для общеобразоват. учреждений / [О.В. Афанасьева, Дж.Дули, И.В. Михеева и др.]. - 2-е изд., доп. и перераб. - М.: Express Publishing : Просвещение, 2009. - 244 с. : ил. - (Английский в фокусе).


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