3. Why do some people prefer the cinema to the theatre?
4. Do you travel a lot? How do you prefer to travel?
5 When would you rather go by train than by air?
to look, to look around, to look up, to look something up, to look upon, to look forward to, io look after, to look through, to look for
1. Will you please look up the date of his birth? 2. “Can I show you anything?” the shop assistant asked. “No, I am just looking around,” the girl answered. 3. Everybody looked forward to the party. 4. We are looking forward to making the journey. 5. Look after your things properly, and they’ll give you better wear. 6. Don’t look upon this work as some thing unimportant. 7. He was so busy, he couldn’t even look up from his papers to say good-bye.
b) Make up sentences, using to look forward and the words and word combinations given below.
a nice holiday, the journey, to see the show, to take part in the sporting events, the arrival of ..., to travel by air, to move into
c) Complete. ’
1. When Mark Twain got off the train at Salamanca, he looked around...; he looked up...; he looked for...
2. The porter did everything he could to please Mark Twain because the writer looked like...; the porter looked upon...; the porter looked forward to...
V. Answer the following questions. Make up stories based on the in formation gained from the answers (to be done after each set).
a) 1. Do you often go to see ballets, or do you prefer the
opera? (Give your reasons.)
2. What ballet (opera) have you seen (heard) lately?
3. Was the plot quite new to you, or were yon familiar with it?
4. What is your opinion of the performance? Do other people praise it?
b) 1. Do you usually go to see every new film, or only those
which are praised?
2. What kind of them do you look forward to seeing?