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Class number 1

New Business (page 66-69)


Vocabulary: Economic terms

Objectives of
the class
Grammar: Time Clauses
LET´S SEE WHAT MAKES AN ENTREPRENEUR:

“Three • The person, the idea, and


components the resources to make it
happen” by Anita Roddick,
make an British founder of the Body
entrepreneur: Shop
A personal question

Do you agree with the previous statement?

Yes I agree

No I don´t agree because…….

I agree but a would like to add ……


Write the following vocabulary :

• 1. Interest rate
• 2. Exchange rate
• 3. Inflation
• 4. Labour force
• 5. Tax incentives
• 6. Government bureaucracy
• 7. GDP (gross domestic product)
• 8. Unemployment rate
• 9. Foreign investment
• 10. Balance of trade
Dictation
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GRAMMAR: TIME CLAUSES

Time clauses provide information about actions and events in the past,
present, future:
We often use when to introduce time clauses.
• She remembers when she first started her business. (past time)
• When you fly first class, you get more leg room. (present time)
• When I'm in Geneva, I'll review all the start-up costs. (future time)
When I was ten
year, I………
Your example:
I get ……………..,
when I go to the
dentist
• He looked at our business plan while we
We can also use were waiting.
while, before, • We need to have a solid business plan in
after, until and place before we launch our online business.
as soon as to • After we finish this project, we'll look at new
markets.
introduce time
• He waited until she finished speaking.
clauses.
Let´s make
sentence with:
While, before, until, as son as
When we use a time clause to talk about the future, the verb in the time clause is in:

Present tense or
the present
perfect tense.

We'll deliver as
soon as they pay
their last bill.

When we've
finished the
report, we'll e-
mail it to you.