Adult|Welcome|Travelling|Intermediate

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Chat about your travelling experience with your teacher!

🔹When was your last (or best) vacation?

🔹Where did you go?

🔹How was it?

🔹Ask your teacher about their last (or best) journey 🙂

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Which sounds more interesting to you? Why?

What shall we take with us? You may flip the cards to check yourself

fanny pack
fanny pack

 

suitcase
suitcase

 

wallet
wallet

 

trunk
trunk

 

backpack
backpack

 

duffel bag
duffel bag

 

purse
purse

 

hatbox
hatbox

 


Fanny pack — small bag that you usually carry like a belt

Suitcase — large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes when travelling

Wallet — the thing you carry money in

Trunk — a large rectangular suitcase, usually requiring two persons to lift

Backpack — rucksack

Duffel bag — a cylindrical soft bag usually carried over the shoulder

Purse — a handbag, usually carried by women

Hat box — a large cylindrical box used to protect a hat when being transported or stored


  • Which type of luggage do you usually take? Why?
  • Do you prefer carry-on on or check-in baggage? Why?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of each type?

Btw, do you know anyone who takes a hatbox while travelling? Think carefully!

💡Btw = by the way (used for texting)

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What shall we take with us?

charger / razor / monkey🐵 / jewellery / shaver / swimsuit / book / travel pillow / medicines / money belt / water bottle / sunglasses / ear plugs / camera / corkscrew / mosquito repellent / sneakers / tent / shower gel / snacks / hair dryer

Student: I’m going to take (a) ________, beacuse…

Teacher: I’m going to take (a) ________, beacuse…

Student: I’m going to take (a) ________, beacuse…

Teacher: I’m going to take (a) ________, beacuse…

Student: I’m going to take (a) ________, beacuse…

Teacher: I’m going to take (a) ________, beacuse…

Student: I’m going to take (a) ________, beacuse…

Teacher: I’m going to take a corkscrew because we might need it 😉


Сorkscrew — a bottle opener that pulls corks

Swimsuit — a one-piece swimming costume worn especially by women and girls

Shower gel — a thick liquid product used for washing oneself in the shower

Shaver — a razor powered by an electric motor

Hair dryer — a hand-held electric blower that can blow warm air onto the hair; used for styling hair

Book — a written work that has been published in printed or electronic form

Medicines — a substance used to cure an illness or injury

Thirsty for adventure — feel very strongly that you want and need a particular thing

Cloud nine — a state of extreme happiness

Off the beaten track — unusual route or destination, not main-stream

A country mile — a very long way

To break the journey — to stop somewhere for a short time

Get cold feet — to suddenly feel that you are not brave, to be afraid


Find out how is our journey going

 


Let’s figure out what we should do.

How to meet a bear and come out alive, according to science? Statistically, bears shouldn’t be your biggest concern, while hiking in the forest.They don’t normally attack people for no apparent reason. Not unless they’re startled… or starving. If you do meet a bear angry with you about the intrusion, what should you do? Should you run for your life, pretend to be dead, or attack him, before he attacks you? Well, the first thing to know about bears — they aren’t all the same. Before choosing your survival strategy, you’d be wise to identify the bear running toward you.
The first bear in the list is brown bear, also known as the grizzly. Color — medium-to-dark brown. Body length — 200 cm (6.5 feet). Body features — round ears, long claws, and a slight hump above the shoulder. If you go hiking in the woods of Canada or Russia, be prepared for a date with a grizzly. Firearm? Leave that thing at home. A study of bear-human conflicts proved guns to be ineffective when encountering a bear. But bear spray is a different story. Carry it in your front pocket. If a brown bear attacks you, you’ll only have a few seconds to fire. And don’t run — bears are fast, and they will catch you. Better to fall in the fetal position, protect your head, neck, and stomach. If a grizzly keeps attacking you, play dead. Once the bear doesn’t see a threat in you, they’ll leave. But first, they’ll make sure you’re absolutely dead. It’s better to stay down for at least 20 minutes after an attack, just in case.

Moving on a number two — the black bear. Color — from black to light blonde. Body length — 150 cm (5 feet). Body features — straight facial profile, taller ears, and short claws. Black bears aren’t as big or as aggressive as grizzlies, but they might attack you, if they feel threat. Whatever you do here, don’t play dead. These guys don’t fall for that. Don’t try to climb a tree either — black bears are much better climbers than you. Instead, get big, get loud, and act as aggressively as you can. And don’t forget about your bear spray — it works for all bears.


🔹What advice can you give that man?

🔹How can you all survive a bear attack?

🔹What shouldn’t you do?


Hooray! You saved your life and the life of that man. His name is Roman and he’s accidentally very rich. Lucky you! In gratitude for saving his life he invites you to his luxury villa. Enjoy the party, wine and the swimming pool! Great that you have a swimming suit with you =).



Do you have any feedback?

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We are sorry if you didn’t choose Savanna, but today we bought the tickets with the destination in Africa! Hope you are not very disappointed! 🙂

What shall we take with us? You may flip the cards to check yourself

fanny pack
fanny pack

 

suitcase
suitcase

 

wallet
wallet

 

trunk
trunk

 

backpack
backpack

 

duffel bag
duffel bag

 

purse
purse

 

hatbox
hatbox

 


Fanny pack — small bag that you usually carry like a belt

Suitcase — large (usually rectangular) piece of luggage used for carrying clothes when travelling

Wallet — the thing you carry money in

Trunk — a large rectangular suitcase, usually requiring two persons to lift

Backpack — rucksack

Duffel bag — a cylindrical soft bag usually carried over the shoulder

Purse — a handbag, usually carried by women

Hat box — a large cylindrical box used to protect a hat when being transported or stored


  • Which type of luggage do you usually take? Why?
  • Do you prefer carry-on on or check-in baggage? Why?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of each type?

Btw, do you know anyone who takes a hatbox while travelling? Think carefully!

💡Btw = by the way (used for texting)

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What shall we take with us?

charger / razor / monkey🐵 / jewellery / shaver / swimsuit / book / travel pillow / medicines / money belt / water bottle / sunglasses / ear plugs / camera / corkscrew / mosquito repellent / sneakers / tent / shower gel / snacks / hair dryer

Student: I’m going to take (a) ________, beacuse…

Teacher: I’m going to take (a) ________, beacuse…

Student: I’m going to take (a) ________, beacuse…

Teacher: I’m going to take (a) ________, beacuse…

Student: I’m going to take (a) ________, beacuse…

Teacher: I’m going to take (a) ________, beacuse…

Student: I’m going to take (a) ________, beacuse…

Teacher: I’m going to take a corkscrew because we might need it 😉


Сorkscrew — a bottle opener that pulls corks

Swimsuit — a one-piece swimming costume worn especially by women and girls

Shower gel — a thick liquid product used for washing oneself in the shower

Shaver — a razor powered by an electric motor

Hair dryer — a hand-held electric blower that can blow warm air onto the hair; used for styling hair

Book — a written work that has been published in printed or electronic form

Medicines — a substance used to cure an illness or injury

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Can you guess where we are?

a) South Africa

b) Kenya

c) Tanzania

Answer: b

Today we have a booking in Giraffe Manor!🦒

So that was the most magical breakfast I’ve ever had… Good morning from Nairobi,Kenya, everyone! We just woke up it’s a little after 6 a.m. and there’s giraffes outside of our door. Hi guys, good morning! All right so we have some draft pellets. I had some hungry little friends! A lot of time. You guys are early risers, huh. Time to head to breakfast I think. We’ll meet you there! [Music] Oh, you got a serious kiss… I’m going to walk around to see the rest of the house here. [Music] How cute is this chess board in the lounge. Okay let’s check out the shop.Yeah, that’s adorable. Getting my niece these little giraffes, they’re hand-knit here in Kenya. Alright and then this is the front of the house. I can’t believe that I’m here right now, there’s these beautiful gardens, unbelievable. And the fruit skewers. [Music] Thanks so much for watching everyone, obviously you need to add giraffe men into your budget list, if you haven’t already. Be sure to give this video a big thumbs up and subscribe for more videos from around the world. See you next time.

Manor — the house of a lord or wealthy person

Magical — supernatural powers

Cute — attractive especially by means of smallness or prettiness

Beautiful — extremely attractive and pleasing

Unbelievable — not able to be believed; unlikely to be true


What can you remember about Giraffe Manor?


Share your impressions about Giraffe Manor with your teacher.

1. Do you wish to stay in a hotel like this?

2. Why do you find it interesting or why not?

3. Does your teacher have the same opinion?

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Turn on your imagination! Today you and your teacher are dreaming about your best holiday ever! Please agree on the details…

Which destination and type of travelling would you choose? Why?

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Would you like to visit any of these hotels? Why or why not?


🔹Which luggage will you take?

🔹Which things will you take?

🔹What will you do during this dream holiday?

🔹Don’t forget to draw your dreams — it’s fun 😉



Surprise! The narrator gives you a gift and wishes that your dream holiday comes true!


What’s your feedback for today?

One of the best ways to remember idioms is to make associations with pictures. Try it!


Now match them to their definitions.

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Let’s remember types of bags.

Read the stories about three unusual places to stay and match them to the pictures.

 


The most unusual hotel in the world

There are many different hotels in the world: hotels for doing sports, city hotels or hotels for doing nothing. Last week, we asked you to tell us about the strangest hotels you know.


Read the stories again and answer the questions.

Урок Homework Курс
  • Travelling: Experience
  • Travelling: Choosing a trip
  • Travel. Extreme: Necessary things
  • Travel. Extreme: Small game
  • Travel. Extreme: How is it going
  • Travel. Extreme: Surviving
  • Travel. Extreme: You saved
  • Unusual: Choosing a destination
  • Unusual: Luggage
  • Unusual: Belongings
  • Unusual: Kenya
  • Unusual: Dream journey
  • Unusual: Surprise!
  • Travel idioms
  • Keep it safe
  • Unusual hotels