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The topic we looked at recently was money, and more to the point what it might be like to win the lottery.
Look at this exercise to match the beginnings and endings of lines in a famous song from a musical:



Dictionary Skills work

When you have done the matching exercise you might want to check some of the new vocabulary. If you haven't got your own monolingual dictionary you can access an online one like the Longman dictionary. Remember to note common collocations that go with these words like "flashy cars" for example.

Adding Elements

The song, of course, is a duet and the answer is usually "I don't" (although not always" Look again at the words and decide where to add "I don't".

Now listen to the song:

Or look at what some Portughese speaking students made of it!
If you want to you could try writing your own version such as:

Who wants to be a millionaire? I don't.
Have lovely houses everywhere? I don't etc.

Then you could make your own background video...

Look at these questions to discuss:

Our world has replaced religion with money. Is this true?
How important is work in our lives?
How long do people take to think about decisions before making them?
What would you do if you won the lottery?
How would your life change?

Write the answers to these questions in a discussion (click on the discussion tab at the top of the page on the right)

Revising vocabulary from the "Millionaire" lesson


Do this little test (click on "Spring" below) to check the vocabulary from last lesson.
Have fun


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