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Unit 1

Chapter 1

'be' verb, Present Tense (p. 428)

Korea is already overcrowded.

The earth's resources are abundant.

Simple Present Tense (p. 438)

Man now faces a "people crisis."

  1. Dialogue

    A: What time is it?
    B: It's…. Oh no!
    A: What's the matter?
    B: This crazy watch never works.
    A: Really?

    B: Yes. And it's brand new.
  2. Exchanges A: Is he an American?
    B: No, he's a Canadian. A: Whose English text is this?
    B: It's Mr. Kim's, but go ahead and use it. A: Australia's a prosperous country, isn't it?
    B: Yes, and the population is small. A: Doesn't he live in Inchon?
    B: No. He works in Inchon, but he lives in Seoul.
  3. Quotations You are what you eat.
    - N.O. Brown, Love's Body

    An educated woman ceases to be the slave of man and nature. Education is, in the fullest sense of the word, emancipation.

    - Population Explosion
  1. Activity: Let's get acquainted!

    What's your name?
    Where do you teach?
    Where is your hometown?
    How many children do you have?
    Are you married?
    What does Mr. Kim do?
    Where's he from?

    etc.