Do you trust first impressions or do you need more time to get to know a person and then decide what kind of relationship you are going to have with him/her?
Listening exercise to do: Faces and first impressions (6 Minute English, BBC Learning English)
Which verb does the adjective 'trustworthy' come from? What does it mean?
What does the expression 'to go with your gut' mean?
Article to read about the issue:
First Impressions: what can babies see? (The Guardian)
What does 'a drill' mean? It has got mainly two meanings. Here's one from the point of view of teachers: DRILLING TECHNIQUE (The teachers' room, BBC Learning English)
Solutions to the Exercise 78 in the previous post
1. broke down, was watching 2. are starting/will be starting 3. will pass 4. have written 5. had her eyes tested 6. going 7. to come
80. Put these sentences into REPORTED SPEECH. (Use suitable introducing verbs)
Solutions in the next post