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1. Listen to the dialogue carefully, and say any advice which you can give about Tom's wory.

2. With your partner, find suitable expressions from Box A and Box B and make a sentence as in the example. After that say the sentence to your partner.

3. With your friends, choose A and B. After that, by asking and answering the question, color each diagram. This is an information gap. Diagram 2 is brown. Student B has a colorless # 2 diagram. So Student B says, "What color is Number 2?" Then Student A says, "It's brown." Then Student B colors Number 2 diagram brown.

(Would you check the passages, and correct errors, please.)

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    It's all understandable. In the last sentence you might add "the" = colors Number 2 = the Number 2 diagram...


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