way2go! 5, Schulbuch

103 0 In Milan people who aren’t smiling may have to . pay a fine 1 Never appear in the British Houses of Parliament in . 2 If it snows or freezes on an English street, don’t . 3 An Arizona farmer didn’t mind his donkey . 4 Unfortunately, the donkey and the bathtub . 5 The law for donkeys was made because the locals didn’t enjoy . 6 If you’re in Canada listening to the radio, the performer of every fifth song . 7 Chewing gum was banned in Singapore as some people’s gum ended up . Expressions to talk about rules and laws The article contains a range of expressions which can be used to talk about what’s allowed/ not allowed in a certain place. Read the examples below, then find them in the article. Copy the entire sentences and start your topic vocabulary collection for this unit. LANGUAGE 6 Discuss the strange laws from the article with a partner. Agree on the funniest, the 2 nd funniest and the 3 rd funniest one. Give reasons for your decision. Invent some strange rules for students or teachers at your school and share them with the rest of the class. Decide who has come up with the funniest rules. Here are some ideas: SPEAKING 7 a b Choose one of the rules from above or use one of the strange rules you or your friends have come up with and write about a weird dream you had. Start like this: Last night I had a really weird dream. In my dream the teachers/students had to … 1 Which rule did they have to obey? 2 What happened as a consequence? 3 How did your dream end? WRITING 8 Teachers must knock on the classroom door before entering. Students mustn’t sing loudly during breaks. The students in each class should wear the same colour socks so teachers can identify them easily. a The law says that you are obliged to … b It is illegal to … c It is forbidden by law to … d It is against the law to … e It is not permitted to … f The law states that … must … Nur zu Prüfzwecken – Eigentum des Verlags öbv