The Pew Report warned people to be careful about those who tell lies about themselves online.
About 54 per cent of online daters said they had a date with someone who was a lot different from their profile.
Step 6 Tell your students they are going to watch a short film in which a young woman called Ava goes speed-dating. Ask them to come up with 10 questions they would ask if they went speed-dating.
Elicit or explain that speed-dating is an organised event normally held in a bar in which single people seeking romantic relationships have a series of short conversations with potential partners in order to determine whether there is a mutual interest. Step 10 Give the students time to answer the questions and then compare their answers with a partner. Step 12 Get feedback from the whole class and discuss what they think are the best questions.
However, some people think the Internet does not help with marriage.
Around 32 per cent of people agreed that “online dating keeps people from settling down because they always have options for people to date".
Give each pair a few minutes to chat, and then shout “change”.
Sts contrast the “-ed” compounds that end with /ɪd/ with those that end /d/ and the stress patterns in the different forms.
T highlights rules on powerpoint: · ends in “t” or “d” –ed = /id/ extra syllable · others –ed = /d/ · noun is stressed in Sts ask and answer first set of questions on handout which elicit the target language. T tops up: · Opposite of dark-haired – light/fair-haired.
Step 1 Ask your students to think of different ways of meeting a romantic partner. Step 3 Ask your students to say which way of meeting a new partner is the best and why. Tell them that one student should describe their idea of a dream date while the other student describes their idea of a nightmare date.
Step 5 Get feedback from the whole class on their dream and nightmare dates.