11. Sınıf Meb Yayınları İngilizce Ders Kitabı Sayfa 55 Cevabı 2017 – 2018 Yeni Müfredat
11. Sınıf Meb Yayınları İngilizce Ders Kitabı Sayfa 55 Cevabı
Work in pairs. Read the e-mails and answer the foMowing questions.
Student A: Read Magda’s letter.
Student B: Read Mrs Leeds’s letter.
1. Why is she writing the letter?____________
2. How was she feeling while writing the letter?
3. What does she think about teenagers?____
4. What does she wish now?______________
5. What does she thank for?______________
b. Find about your friend’s letter. Ask and answer the questions from exercise a.
^ Write who said these sentences; Magda or Mrs Leeds?
1. wants to apologise for being a bad student.
2. thinks teenagers are not very experienced.
3. shows patience most of the time.
4. wishes she had listened to her teacher’s advice in the past.
5. wishes she could change the students’ attitude towards lessons.
6. regrets not being more active in theatre.
Complete the sentences using the highlighted words in the e-mails. Make necessary changes.
1. My theatre trainer wished I__________my role before the rehearsal.
2. She wishes her brother__________his English pronunciation now to pass the speaking test.
3. I wish you_________yesterday to see the film with us.
4. Luke wishes his mother__________him the exact time of the game. Now he is late.
5. I wish you__________to make less mistakes whenever you make a formal speech.
6. The director wished the actor’s skill_________a good performance after rehearsing so much.
7. The girls wish their team__________in the first twenty minutes of the game. They lost.
8. The little boy wishes his mother__________he has an imaginary friend.
When I received your mail, I read all in one breath and felt the satisfaction of being a teacher again. I wanted you to know my feelings as well. Please don’t be ashamed; you were only a teenager.
Teenagers don’t intend to break anybody’s heart but as they are so inexperienced they make mistakes easily. Every year I meet students like you and I just try to inspire them to find their own ways. If I weren’t patient enough, I couldn’t lead talented individuals like you. After all, when my students do something wrong, I don’t take it to heart because I know young people gain experience by making mistakes.
I have some vvishes, too. When you had no desire to study, I wish I had led you more. Whenever you lost your motivation, I wish I had had more chance to encourage to go on. And of course I wish my students’ fear of failure turned into a real success.
I want to thank you for remembering me after all those years.
A W ish fo r th e Best