Inside Out Upper Intermediate Units 1 and 2 vocab and classroom language quiz

Work together to try and answer the questions below:

How do you spell /sta:k/?/ How is /sta:k/ spelt?

What does take someone at face value mean? / How would you explain the meaning of take someone at face value?

What’s the opposite of vanish?

What’s the verb of adaptation?

What’s the adverb of uncanny?

What’s the noun of subservient?

What’s the middle letter of conical?

What’s the second to last letter of trashy?

How do you pronounce feisty?/ How is feisty pronounced?

Is mystic pronounced the same as miss tick?

What’s the difference in pronunciation between pastiche and plastic?

What’s the vowel sound in role?

How many syllables does pre-feminist have? / How many syllables has pre-feminist got? / How many syllables are there in pre-feminist?

Where is the stress in geisha?

Could you give me an example sentence with reinvention in it, please?

What’s the difference between glossy and shiny?

Does convent mean the same as Catholic school?

Is there more than one meaning of mistress?

Ask your teacher any questions that you couldn’t answer

 

Ask each other different questions about the same words

 

Use these questions to test each other about other words and expressions in the Madonna text

 


Do the same with this other difficult vocabulary from Inside Out Upper Intermediate Unit 2

 hug  clown  compensate  humiliation
 fool around want the ground to open up and swallow you  chase  cuddle
 dull  in the limelight  it’s a nightmare  see-through
 a fortune  gorgeous  cosmetic surgery  dread
 can’t stand  urge someone  let someone do something  make someone do something
 keep fit  approve of  qualifications  chap
 get on with  stand up to  go off  brunette
 compatible  irritating/ annoying  hopeless at  keen on
 cheers  chill out  shattered  on its last legs
 telly  a cuppa  enclose  incidentally
 up to my eyes in…  PS  split up  cottage
 afternoon tea  go out with  half a dozen  to fancy
 on its last legs  backroads  disapprove  miserable

 


Without looking back at the past page, put one auxiliary verb into each sentence below:

How you spell /sta:k/?/ How /sta:k/ spelt?

What take someone at face value mean? / How you explain the meaning of take someone at face value?

What the opposite of vanish?

What the verb of adaptation?

What the adverb of uncanny?

What the noun of subservient?

What the middle letter of conical?

What the second to last letter of trashy?

How you pronounce feisty?/ How feisty pronounced?

mystic pronounced the same as miss tick?

What the difference in pronunciation between pastiche and plastic?

What the vowel sound in role?

How many syllables pre-feminist have? / How many syllables pre-feminist got? / How many syllables there in pre-feminist?

Where the stress in geisha?

you give me an example sentence with reinvention in it, please?

What the difference between glossy and shiny?

convent mean the same as Catholic school?

there more than one meaning of mistress?

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