CASE STUDY – IKEA
Film exercise: IKEA (1 minute)
Grammar: ‘How’ questions
In the film the narrator talks about innovation: What is ‘innovation’?
Answer: A new method or a new idea.
FILM EXERCISE: Watch the film and understand the information.
GRAMMAR: Questions using ‘HOW’
Asking about action
How do you assemble this table?
Asking about quantity and amount
How much (non-countable), How many (countable), How old (age)
How much does the bed cost?
How many people work here?
How old are you?
Asking about situations: How are you?
Asking about time – how long: How long is the meeting?
Asking about distance – how far away: How far away is IKEA?
Asking about frequency – how often: How often do you visit the shop?
Asking about dimensions – how big / small: How big is the shop?
EXERCISE: Think of questions to ask using ‘how’ e.g.
Question: How long is the film?
Answer: 2 hours
VOCABULARY of FURNITURE
Vocabulary of Furniture: sofa – rug – floor lamp – coffee table – cushion – plant pot – picture – curtains – shelves
EXERCISE: Look at the picture above and identify the furniture e.g.
Now take the TEST below. Based on the film, the grammar, and the vocabulary in this unit.