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Hang (_) up, please. 8. Please take out (_). 9. Please put (_) out. 10. Turn on (_), please. B. Pair work. Take turns making the requests above. Respond with pronouns. A: Pick up the toys, please. B: Sure. I'll pick them up. 4. PRONUNCIATION (Stress with two-part verbs) A. Listen and practice. Both words in a two-part verb receive equal stress. Please turn(stress) down(stress) the radio. Turn(stress) it down(stress). Pick(stress) the magazines up(stress), please. Pick(stress) them up(stress). B.
Satellites are used to transmit telephone calls. B. Group work. Take turns completing the phrases column A with your own information. 4. PRONUNCIATION (Syllable stress) A. Where is the stress in these words and compound nouns? Mark the stressed syllable. Then listen and check. television programs, travel reservations, fingerprinting, fax machine, telephone calls, weather report, photocopy, Internet B. Pair work. Practice the statements you wrote in Exercise 3. Pay attention to syllable stress. @p42 5.
Would you mind picking up a sandwich for me? (_). 3. Can you help me move into my new apartment tomorrow? (_). 4. Would you mind not smoking here? (_)... 5. Would you please move your ear? It's blocking my driveway (_). 6. Would you mind not talking so loud? (_). a. We're sorry. We'll talk more quietly. b. Sorry. I'll do it right away, c. Oh, 1'm sorry. I didn't realize this was the non-smoking section. d. Are you kidding? I'm totally broke! e. 1'm really sorry, but I'm busy. f, Sure, no problem.