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  • 1. 1 NOVEMBER 2010 / ESO 1 - ESO 2 Clothes, Personality and Fame VOCABULARY A Find six words and phrases in this word snake:. tymagazin i ce l ebr et di he e e s c m th laun lo a of chfameline B Complete the sentences using the words and phrases in exercise A. 1 A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . is a full colour publication that comes out weekly or monthly. 2 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . refers to television, newspapers, magazines, etc. 3 Famous people are often invited to the . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . of a new product. 4 These days lots of pop stars and actors have their own .............. on sale in High Street clothes shops. 5 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . is the noun, “famous” is the adjective. 6 A . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . is a person who is well-known for their appearances on TV and in newspapers.Oxford University Press España www.oupe.es To photocopy 1
  • 2. 1 NOVEMBER 2010 / ESO 1 - ESO 2 READING C Read the text quickly. Match each heading to its paragraph. There are three extra headings. a) Madonna – a woman of many roles b) Madonna is a celebrity c) Madonna is afraid d) Time to study e) Mum has the last word f) Lourdes can do what she wants g) Projects with Mum 1 ............................... Everyone has heard of Madonna. She is one of the best-known celebrities in the world. She is Madonna the singer, Madonna the actress, Madonna the writer, and now… Madonna the mother! Madonna’s daughter, Lourdes, has begun to appear on TV and in magazines alongside her mother. 2 ............................... But the thirteen-year-old is being shielded from the public eye by her protective mother. Madonna won’t let her daughter be put under pressure by the media, and she controls her budding career as a celebrity. There is a rumour that she stopped Lourdes taking part in a Harry Potter film.Oxford University Press España www.oupe.es To photocopy 2
  • 3. 1 NOVEMBER 2010 / ESO 1 - ESO 2 3 ............................... But she doesn’t stop her from doing everything. Lourdes and her mother have launched a line of clothes called “Material Girl” and there is talk of a film project about Edward VIII involving Lourdes and her mother. 4 ............................... Madonna has spoken of her fears of her daughter being put under pressure from too much celebrity focus. At the launching of the clothes line it was Madonna who was presenting the clothes. Talking about Lourdes, she said “eventually I will let her talk to the press. But at the moment she needs to concentrate on her studies.” D Read the text again and decide whether these statements are true or false. True False 1. Madonna is famous for many things. ❏ ❏ 2. Madonna had a very famous mother. ❏ ❏ 3. Lourdes has started appearing in the media. ❏ ❏ 4. Madonna is trying to protect her daughter. ❏ ❏ 5. Lourdes is appearing in a Harry Potter film. ❏ ❏ 6. Madonna and Lourdes are working together on a film project. ❏ ❏ 7. Lourdes spoke at the launching of her line of clothes. ❏ ❏ 8. Madonna wants her daughter to focus on her school ❏ ❏ work.Oxford University Press España www.oupe.es To photocopy 3
  • 4. 1 NOVEMBER 2010 / ESO 1 - ESO 2 GRAMMAR There is/are, some/any, much/many, (a) few/little E Write is or are. 1 There . . . . . . . . . an apple in the fruit bowl. 2 There . . . . . . . . . some nice cheese in the fridge. 3 There . . . . . . . . . lots of people in the park. 4 There . . . . . . . . . a film premiere at our local cinema tonight. 5 It’s a great film; there . . . . . . . . . lots of action and there . . . . . . . some really exciting scenes. 6 There . . . . . . . . . some really nice music in the film too. F Choose the correct word. 1 There are some / any famous people who don’t look after their children properly. 2 Is there some / any music you’d like to listen to? 3 There isn’t some / any water for the swimming pool. 4 There aren’t some / any celebrities at this film premiere – what a disappointment! 5 There are some / any really good films on TV this week. 6 There’s some / any nice champagne in the fridge.Oxford University Press España www.oupe.es To photocopy 4
  • 5. 1 NOVEMBER 2010 / ESO 1 - ESO 2 G Rewrite the sentences correctly. 1 We haven’t got some coca cola, only pepsi! ....................................................... 2 There weren’t much people at the launch of the product. ....................................................... 3 Louise: “How many celebrities were at the party?” ....................................................... Mark: “Only a little; I thought there were going to be more.” ........................................................ 4 There’s a few cheese in the fridge. ....................................................... 5 There isn’t many work to do today, I think I’ll go home early. ....................................................... 6 I think there are a little bottles of champagne left over from the party. .......................................................Oxford University Press España www.oupe.es To photocopy 5
  • 6. 1 NOVEMBER 2010 / ESO 1 - ESO 2 WRITING H You have won two tickets to the launch of a new line of clothing, in a radio call-in show. Write an e-mail to your friend asking him/her to come with you. • 1st paragraph: tell your friend about the tickets. • 2nd paragraph: invite your friend and give reasons why he/she should come. • 3rd paragraph: make arrangements to meet up for the launch.Oxford University Press España www.oupe.es To photocopy 6
  • 7. 1 NOVEMBER 2010 / ESO 1 - ESO 2 SPEAKING I Talk about these questions with a partner: 1 Have you ever met a celebrity? If so, who? If not, would you like to? 2 Would you like to be famous? Why? Why not? 3 If you were a celebrity, what would you be famous for? J Speak with a partner. Order these celebrities from the most important to society to the least important. Discuss each celebrity and try to reach an agreement.Oxford University Press España www.oupe.es To photocopy 7
  • 8. 1 NOVEMBER 2010 / ESO 1 - ESO 2 LISTENING K Order the words in the lines in bold. Listen to the song and check your answers. Material Girl by Madonna Kiss hug me me Some boys some boys I think they’re o.k. If give proper credit me don’t they I just walk away They plead they can can beg and But they can’t see the light, that’s right cash ’cause cold the boy with hard the Is always Mr Right ‘cause we are Living in a material world And I am a material girl You know that we are living in a material world And I am a material girl slow Some boys boys dance romance, some That’s all right with me then If they interest my I can’t raise Have to let them be some Some but boys boys lie try and I don’t let them pay, no way who boys pennies Only their save Make my rainy day, ’cause we are (chorus) Living in a material world [material] Living in a material world (repeat) boys come may may go and Boys And that’s all right you see made has rich Experience me And now they’re after me, ’cause everybody’s (chorus)Oxford University Press España www.oupe.es To photocopy 8
  • 9. 1 NOVEMBER 2010 / ESO 1 - ESO 2 ANSWER KEY VOCABULARY A 1 celebrity 2 magazine 3 the media 4 launch 5 fame 6 line of clothes B 1 magazine 2 the media 3 launch 4 line of clothes 5 fame 6 celebrity READING C 1 a 2 e 3 g 4 dOxford University Press España www.oupe.es To photocopy 9
  • 10. 1 NOVEMBER 2010 / ESO 1 - ESO 2 D 1 True 2 False 3 True 4 True 5 False 6 True 7 False 8 True GRAMMAR E 1 is 2 is 3 are 4 is 5 is; are 6 is F 1 some 2 any 3 any 4 any 5 some 6 some G 1 We haven’t got any coca cola, only pepsi! 2 There weren’t many people at the launch of the product. 3 Louise: “How many celebrities were at the party?” Mark: “Only a few; I thought there were going to be more.”Oxford University Press España www.oupe.es To photocopy 10
  • 11. 1 NOVEMBER 2010 / ESO 1 - ESO 2 4 There’s a little cheese in the fridge. 5 There isn’t much work to do today, I think I’ll go home early. 6 I think there are a few bottles of champagne left over from the party WRITING H Students’ own answers. SPEAKING I Students’ own answers J Students’ own answersOxford University Press España www.oupe.es To photocopy 11
  • 12. 1 NOVEMBER 2010 / ESO 1 - ESO 2 LISTENING Lyrics Some boys kiss me, some boys hug me I think they’re o.k. If they don’t give me proper credit I just walk away They can beg and they can plead But they can’t see the light, that’s right ’cause the boy with the cold hard cash Is always Mister Right, ’cause we are Chorus: Living in a material world And I am a material girl You know that we are living in a material world And I am a material girl Some boys romance, some boys slow dance That’s all right with me If they can’t raise my interest then I Have to let them be Some boys try and some boys lie but I don’t let them play, no way Only boys who save their pennies Make my rainy day, ’cause we are (chorus) Living in a material world [material] Living in a material world (repeat)Oxford University Press España www.oupe.es To photocopy 12
  • 13. 1 NOVEMBER 2010 / ESO 1 - ESO 2 Boys may come and boys may go And that’s all right you see Experience has made me rich And now they’re after me, ’cause everybody’s (chorus) A material, a material, a material, a material world, Living in a material world [material] Living in a material world (repeat and fade)Oxford University Press España www.oupe.es To photocopy 13

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