Welcome to the Business English Class. This is lesson 4 of the semester.
- warm up
- practice speaking questions from the midterm exam
- practice making questions and answers with numbers
Warm Up (20)
Ask your partner to say these things.
- Three vegetables.
- Two ways to cook an egg.
- Two kinds of coffee drinks.
- Three kinds of dessert.
- Two things in a grocery store sold in a carton.
- Four kinds of seafood.
- Three birds that people eat.
- Five side dishes in a Korean meal.
- Three things that make food taste sweet.
- Three kinds of grains.
- Two kinds of cheese.
- Three things in a grocery store sold in a tube.
- Three salty foods.
- Four kinds of fruit.
- Four ice cream flavors.
- Four countries famous for wine.
Exam Review Speaking
Midterm Exam Review 1: Business Introduction (15)
Speak for 30 seconds. Introduce yourself. You can talk about:
- Your name (first name and last name)
- Where you work what the company makes or sells
- Job title
- What you do in a typical day at work.
Midterm Exam Review 2: General Questions (15)
Make long answer for each question.
- What time is it?
- What is the date?
- What day is it today? What day is tomorrow? What day was yesterday?
- What is the biggest city in Korea?
- What is the largest island in Korea?
- What is the tallest mountain in Korea?
Midterm Exam Review 2: Past Tense Questions and Answers (15)
Make a question and answer in the past tense. For example:
- What did you eat for yesterday?
- I ate a sandwich yesterday.
You should know these verbs.
- eat – ate
- send – sent
- leave – left
- go – went
- meet – met
- make – made
- write – wrote
- see – saw
- buy – bought
- drink – drank
Questions and answers with How Many and Numbers (15)
- Here is worksheet to help us learn to make questions with numbers.
Survey Sheet (20)
- Make questions about these things. Talk to 5 people. Ask questions. Write the answers.
Unscramble sentences (10)
- Read the words. Move the words. Make good sentences.
Make sentences (10)
- Read the sentences and fill in the blanks. Make good sentences.