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Teaching Good Manners

  1. IV. Try your hand at teaching.
  2. This exercise is meant to test your ability to introduce some teaching material in class with correct intonation.
  3. XIII. Try your band at teaching.
  4. XV. Try your hand at teaching.
  5. XVII. Try your hand at teaching.
  6. . Make up dialogues discussing good and bad table manners. Use the material of Section A for questions and that of Section for answers.

Today in Britain there is disagreement over how children should be taught to be .... Should parents force their children ... "please" and "thank you", for instance? Or are there ... methods they could use?

Most parents still believe that teaching good ... to their children is essential. However, it does seem ironic that the methods still often include bullying, ... and threats.

On the other ..., there are some ... which have a completely different attitude. Their philosophy is ... on the idea that a small child will copy adults. ... Should set a good example. In addition, adults should be more .... Children should not be expected, for instance, to sit perfectly still while they are ... for food in a cafe.

The good manners of Britain today date back to the last century when children were considered to be ... who needed to be trained before they could be accepted into adult society. Yet in countries ... as Brazil, children can be seen everywhere with adults and their behaviour is nothing to be ... of. So, perhaps if children in Britain were allowed to be seen more in ..., they would be able to behave much better.

6.1.20 ³ , :

to explode v - ϳ,
hoary adj -
fairly adv - ,
sheer adj - ,
joy n - ,
opinion n -
to interfere v - ,
subjection n - ,
nostalgic adj -
unflattering adj -
curfew n -
marital law -
to suppose v - ,
to apply v -
dire adj - ,
warning n -
to follow v -
ignorance n -
inability n -
abject adj - ,
nightmare n -
invariably adv - ,
to face v -
painful adj -
to emerge from v -
adolescence n - ,
to rebel v - ,
violently adv - ,
lack n - ,
self-confidence n -
appearance n -
awkward adj -
clumsy adj - ,
elation n -
despair n -
turmoil n -
hostile adj -
relief n -
to regain v -
approval n -
to tease v -
to ridicule v -
heartless adj - ,

6.1.21 :

To explode a bomb, a sheer joy, to feel joy, in my opinion, public opinion, subjection of women, nostalgic memories, to apply a rule, to apply the new method, dire days, a dire warning, police warning, to receive a warning, total ignorance, an abject fear, to face the facts, to face one's fears, lack of self-confidence, deep despair, to give relief, to my relief, to regain balance.

6.1.22 :

1. She suddenly exploded with tears.

2. God give you joy!

3. He has a high opinion of himself.

4. Nothing must interfere with our plans for the weekend.

5. This rule applies to all.

6. They expressed relief that the crisis was over.

7. I began to regain confidence.

8. Children invariably face their fears alone.

9. They feel shy, awkward and clumsy.

10. You are no longer teased, punished or ridiculed by heartless adults.

6.1.23 ϳ :

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