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A visit to Emerald Isle!
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A visit to Emerald Isle!




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Get ready

1
Complete the chart with words from the question: "What would be the perfect visit to Ireland?".

Auxiliary verb Adjective Nouns
In English:


2
What is the Emerald Isle according to you?









3
Brainstorm from the title of the chapter.

Visit?
What can you see? What can you do?
Emerald?
What colour is this? What do you associate with this colour?
A visit to the
Isle?
Can you name some island countries?
Emerald Isle Phonology
Which letter is silent in ‘isle’ and ‘island’?


4
Check with this table what you already know.

Today, can you... Prove it! 🙂 🙁
talk about your habits? I sometimes but I never
ask simple questions? How often
describe with there is / are? In Ireland, there is
talk about past legends? Once upon a time,
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Observe and watch

1
Match the words to the different parts of the picture.

<stamp theme='esp-blue'>Doc. 1</stamp>
a
b
c
d
e
f


Green leaves

Very white skin

Two green eyes

Small nose

Film title

Smiling mouth


2
Look at the image. What can you see...

a) at the top? ➝ I can see .
b) in the middle? ➝ I can see ..
c) at the top, at the bottom and on the sides? ➝ There are .

3
Click on the words you can hear in the trailer.

The audio guide to the movie poster



































4
How many official languages are there in Ireland? Imagine why.



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Let’s have fun

1
Listen to the recording. Put the nursery rhyme back together.

Poem: "How many miles to Dublin", traditional Irish nursery rhyme

    How many miles
    Three score
    Will we be there
    Yes and
    Hupp, hupp
    Hupp, hupp


    2
    How do you pronounce “Dublin”?





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