Ticket 2 English Unit 1 : The Gift of youth


 Ticket 2 English Unit 1: The Gift of youth

Vocabulary: Qualities of youth

  • Adventure: willingness to take risk.
  • Imagination: the mental ability of forming new ideas.
  • Passion: intense enjoyment , interest , or excitement.
  • Ambition: a strong desire to do or achieve something.
  • Vigour: physical strength or good health.
  • Creativity: the ability to generate new methods or innovative ideas.
  • Vitality: the state of being strong and active.
  • Talent: natural aptitude , ability or skill.
  • Audacity: courage, fearless, disposition to do something.
Noun Adjective Noun Adjective
Vitality Vital vigor Vigorous
imagination Imaginative adventure Adventurous
Passion Passionate creativity Creative
Talent Talented motivation Motivated
Audacity Audacious Courage courageous
Enthusiasm Enthusiastic Ambition ambitious
Skill Skilful Gift Gifted

Functions: expressing opinion

Asking about opinion Expressing opinion Agreeing disagreeing
  •  What do you think about….?
  •   What’s your opinion….?
  •   Are you for or against…..?
  • Do you think that …..?
  • I think…
  • As far as I’m concerned,..
  • To my mind,…
  • According to me,…
  • As I see it, …
  • It seems to me that…
  • In my point of view / my opinion,….
  • From my point of view…
  • I am of the opinion that…
  • I take the view that. ..
  • My personal view is that…
  • In my experience…
  • As far as I understand / can see/see it,…
  •  I agree with you / I do agree
  • You’re definitely right
  •   I share the same view
  • I’m afraid. I can’t agree with you.
  • I disagree with you.
  • I don’t agree with you.
  • I’m not sure I agree with you
  • I think you’re wrong


Grammar: Gerund and Infinitive

Click here to see this lesson : GERUND AND INFINITIVE LESSON

Writing: Descriptive essay

A descriptive paragraph or essay is characterized by the use of Adjectives . it tells how something looks, feels, smells, tastes, and/or sounds. A good description is a word picture; the reader can imagine the object, place, or person in his or her mind. Here is an example of a Descriptive paragraph .

When I was  two or three years  old, I lived in a  house  that had a  strange,
atmosphere. I do  not remember anything about the house except the stairway.
It was  dark, squeaking, and quite  narrow, and its  steps were a  little  high for me
to climb  up. From the  bottom of the stairway, it seemed like an endless climb
to the  top. Beyond the  darkness  at the  top  of the  stairway, there  was  an
elegant, middle-aged woman leaning against the wall. I had  to pass her every time
I went to my room, for my room was the first room beyond the stairs on the
second floor. The woman wore a beautiful dress  with a  quiet pattern and  a  tinge
of blue, and her peaceful eyes stared at me  every time  I went up  the  stairs. As
I carefully climbed up the last step, her eyes became  fixed on me. She didn’t
talk, nor did  she  move. She  just stood there and watched me  climb up  the
stairs .One day I touched her, but she  did  not react. Her face did  not change
expression, nor did  she  even blink. She  just kept staring at me  with her
glittering eyes. Later, we  moved out of the house, and I never saw her again.
Now I know that the  woman was a  mannequin. My aunt, who lived in the
house, used  it for her dress making class.


  1. Traduire

    thanks a lot
    it’s help very good

    Traduction de thanks a lot its help very good
    Essayez avec l’orthographe thanks a lot it’s help very good
    شكرا جزيلا
    مساعدتها جيد جدا

  2. thank you teacher nabil a lot you help me . also for the perfect paragraphe for the stairway and mannequin
    hhhh thank’s

  3. thank you so much for all this great work and effort Sir .. its very usful than i actually thought .. greetings from Marrakesh (:

    PS : please if you could add some exercies to challenge our abilites by the end of the unit .. it would nice


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