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Susan: Hi, what are you going to do this weekend?
Peter: I am going to watch a movie with my friend from Australia
Susan: That’s great. Are you going to watch an Australian movie?
Peter: No, we aren’t. I think we will watch a Brazilian movie.
Samuel: This unit is so difficult! It is from Canada. My exam is tomorrow.
Carla: Don’t worry, I will help you. I am from Canada.
Samuel: Thanks a lot. Can you come to my house at 5?
Carla: I’ll be there at 5pm.
Tom: I want to go trekking in the afternoon.
Bob: I think it is not a good idea. By the look of those clouds. I’m sure it is going to rain.
Tom: Yeah, you’re right. Maybe, I’ll go tomorrow.
1. Retire dos diálogos orações em que os verbos estejam no futuro (Will e Going to) e identifique a intenção de cada pessoa ao usá-los.
2. Mark an X TRUE or FALSE according to the text. Then, correct the false sentences. (Marque um X no verdadeiro ou falso de acordo com o texto. Depois, corrija as sentenças falsas.)
|a) Peter is going to visit a friend in Brazil.|| |
|b) Carla will help Samuel at his house.||
|c) Tom is not going to go trekking in the afternoon. Because Bob is afraid.||
|d) Bob thinks it is not a good idea to go trekking in the afternoon, because it is going to rain.||
3. Unscramble the words to make sentences using future with WILL or GOING TO. (Organize as palavras para formar frases usando o futuro com WILL ou GOING TO.)
a) TOMORROW – I – THINK – WILL – THEY – TRAVEL
b) IS – NEXT – SHE – TO – GET – MARRIED – GOING – SATURDAY
How to Communicate Well With People from Other Cultures
To build good relationships with people from other cultures, it is essential to learn how to communicate with them verbally and non-verbally. You can make things easier by also learning about their culture and practicing tolerance. Armed with the knowledge of how to communicate effectively, you can learn from people from other cultures and share yours with them.
Expect differences. Different cultures will speak at different volumes, be more or less direct in showing emotion, may or may not expect to engage in “small talk,” and exhibit other dissimilarities in communication. When communicating with people from other cultures, be prepared to encounter such differences, including ones that you were not aware of.
Be patient. Communicating with people from other cultures can be enlightening and rewarding, but also have its difficulties. Expect that not everything will come out quite right or be fully understood. Be patient with others, and ask them to be patient with you.
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4. Match the columns.
a) Be patient
( ) Providing or tending to provide knowledge, understanding, or insight.
( ) Giving a reward, especially by making you feel satisfied that you have done something important or useful, or done something well.
( ) Be able to wait for some time or deal with a difficult situation without becoming angry or upset.
( ) Understanding of or information about a subject that you get by experience or study, either known by one person or by people generally.
( ) Something that makes one thing or person not the same as another thing or person.
5. Answer these questions in English.
a) What is essential to build good relationships with people from other cultures?
b) Can you learn from people from other cultures and share yours with them?
c) What can communicating with people from other cultures be?