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  • Jonathan Bygrave STARTER Students Book-PEARSONL (}nglllaH
  • on en s UNIT LESSON 1 LESSON 2 Welcome to Total £....ishl page.o Do you know _1 page 6 Vocabulary: International words, numbers and alpnabet 1 Grammar: Im/youre Grammar: hes/shes/its Vocabulary: numbers C>-9 Vocabulary: letters pageg Can do: check in to a hotel Can do: greet someone at an airport 2 Grammar: Who .. ?; my Grammar: Whats your ... ? Vocabulary: numbers tG-99; How old ... ? Vocabulary: expressions: great, good, OK, bod, aWful page 19 Can do: give basic information about your Can do: ask for and give personal details family 3 Grammar: were/theyre; affirmative of to be; Grammar: plural nouns; negative of to be our/their Vocabulary: holiday things page 29 Vocabulary: adjectives fo r describing places Can do: say whats in your suitcase Can do: write a simple holiday email 4 Grammar: Can I have .. ? Grammar: this, that, these, those Vocabulary: food and drink; prices Vocabulary: clothes and colours page 39 Can do: order food in a cafe or coffee shop Can do: ask for and understand prices 5 Grammar: there is/are Grammar: Is/Are there ... ?; there isn t/arent; some, any Vocabulary: some, a lot of Vocabulary: nationalities Can do: give a Simple description of a place Can do: ask about a new town and where important C places are 6 Grammar: Present Simple (1): If You ... ; object Grammar: Present Simple (2): we/they; Wh- question! G pronouns: me, you, him, her. it, us, them Vocabulary: jobs and activities V page 59 (an do: say what you like/dont like Can do: start and continue a conversation with C someone you dont know 7 " Grammar: imperatives Grammar: adverbs of frequency G Vocabulary: months Vocabulary: work phrases V page 69 Can do: understand simple written and spoken Can do: say how often you do something C instructions8 Grammar: like + -ing; want + infinitive Grammar: have got/has got Vocabulary: adjectives for describing activities Vocabulary: rooms and furniture G V page 79 Can do: explain why you wan t to do something Can do: say what things you possess C i9 Grammar: past of to be: affirmative Grammar: past of to be: negatives and questions G Vocabulary: occupations Vocabulary: yesterday. last, ago V Can do: make simple statements about people Can do: give a short description of a past experience C from history10 Grammar: Past Simple: regular verbs Grammar: Past Simple: irregular verbs G Can do: understa nd a simple narrative of past Vocabulary: high numbers V pase 99 events Can do: give a simple summary of a news event C Communication activities page 109 Film bank page n6 Writing bank page 126 P A-Z Vocabulary list page 133 Irregular verbs page 143 Tapescripts page 144 •
  • USSON J COMMUNICATION FILM BANKtil,.. bow _ 1 page 8 Grammar: useful languageIifImmar: Where are you {rom? Can do: understand and say phone Saying helloYocabulary: common phrases numbers page 116Cando: introduce someone; start a conversationGrammar: his/her; alan Can do: talk about favourite people FavouritesVocabulary: jobs and things page 117undo: give information about other people; write a shortpmonal profileGrimmar: YeslNo questions with to be Can do: have an extended phone A journey acrossYotabutary: days of the week conversation Canada(an do: ask for tourist information page 118Grammar: possessives Can do: ask for and give locations The flowersVot:ahulary: irregular plurals page 119tan do: ask about things and make simple transactionsGrammar: can/cant Can do: check into a Bed and Breakfast Holiday placesYwbulary: telling the time page 120un do: talk about general abilitiesGrammar: Present Simple (J) he/she/it Can do: ask and answer questions The interviewYocabulary: verbs of routine about a friend page 121(an do: talk about the routines of people you knowlil1mmar: would like Can do: understand and give The companyVocaoolary: ordinal numbers directions in a building page 122cn do: welcome a visitor to your place of workGrammar: question words Can do: ask for and give information Change your lifeYoabulary: food about people page 123CJn do: suggest a restaurant; book a restaurant; order foodin arestaurantGrammar: Can/Could you ... ?; Can/Could I ... ? Can do: talk about school days tOO years agoVocabulary: housework page 124Cando: make a simple request and ask permissionGrammar: going to Can do: talk about past and future Cucumber sandwichesVoabulary: future plans holidays page 125C,n do: talk about immediate and long-term plans-.""iiali,," bank page 130
  • To the teacher Helping learners catch up TWhat is Total English?Total English is a six-level general English course for adults learners have busy lives and attending English classesand young adults who want to learn to communicate on a regular basis is not always possible. If students misseffectively. lessons, the Reference and Review and practice pages at the end of each unit provide a summary of the mainClear goals and objectives points covered. Also, the Total English Workbooks haveEvery input lesson begins with a Can do objective to give free-standing CD-ROMs that include self-study catch-uplearners a clear sense of where they are going. These material to present and practise language from any lessonobjectives mean the students know why they are studying the learner has missed.that lesson and how they can use the new language. Theflexible and dearly-structured units also make teaching Complete packageand learning transparent and easy to follow. Total English provides a comprehensive range of resource! the Teachers Book not only includes lesson-by-IessonEngaging learners interests teaching notes, but also extra photocopiable activitieslearners need to be genuinely engaged in coursebook and progress tests plus a Test Master CD-ROM with extracontent. Total English teds have new and fresh angles editable tests. The Total English website provides Teacheron the topics students need, and provide frequent tips, downloadable worksheets and a Total English CEFRopportunities for personal response. In addition, each Total Portfolio document.English Students Book has a DVD which contains a richvariety of authentic extracts from film and TV. To the learner Total English has six levels. Total English matches the following levels of the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages. Starter A, Elementary A1/A2 Pre-intermediate A2 / Bl Intermediate Bl/B1+ Upper Intermediate B1+/ B2 Advanced C,
  • Total English StarterTotal English Starter has ten units. Each Students Book unit has ten pages. Unit opener I Can ·do statement .!: - - :!;;:- ;:==-. ------ There are three double-page lessons in each unit. .0_- __ -. .. _--- -~. ::-S:~2 ----- ~;~~: ~ ~ ;•• -.::-..= .----. :. :: - - -- - -- ._---_. ~ ----- _ .- ._---- =~ . .•_-_ =---- -_._---_.. .•.. §:=";.":::- ==.:-== _._-- ._ ..-_.- -~ -­ ----~- . .- ~ • l Review and practice Back of Students Book = = _. :~=. §.-2C = .-- <~ S:ii"" < --- ------ -=-=::::- i - Workbook and Catch-up CD·ROM DVO and Film bank for each unit Writing and Pronunciation banks
  • Do-you _ know .~-?Int _nat nal words1 aD:! Do you know these words? Match a word in the box to a picture 1-15. Then listen and check. football television police bus sl:Iperffiafl(et camera tennis doctor telephone pizza hotel restaurant cinema taxi university
  • Numbe 5 nd alph: b ·t1 !!rEm Do you know numbers 0-9? listen and repeat.o 1 2 3 114 ,zero one two three four5 6 7 8 9five six seve n eight nine2 CD Do you know the English alphabet? listen and repeat. a "b c 11 4 e A B C D E f g h i j F G H I J II: 1 m n 0 K L M N 0 P II r • t p Q R S T n U v V - W " X y Y o- • Z
  • U.;e 11 IIPl U. e Do you know classroom instructions? Match the instructions in the box to the pictures 1-7 below. ( Hsteft look Read Write Speak Repeat Match ), • HI 5, 63 7 1 ~ listen and check your answers. ~ learn these usefu l phrases. listen and repeat. English Tra nslation Sorry, I dont understand. Whats Hela in English? Can you say that slowly, please? b.cuse me, can you he,p me?
  • Lead-in1 a Match a conversation below to a photo A-D. A, Good morning. A, Hello. Im Alonzo Moreno. S, Good morning. s, Hello. Im Camila Diaz. Nice to meet A, Welcome to Easton Hotel. you. s, Thank you. A, Nice to meet you, too. Photo Photo A, Hi, Nina. A, Hello. Im Maria Hofmann. s, Hi. James. Whats your name? Photo s, Im Helga Peters. Photo r b _ listen and check your answers.2 lID Listen. Reply to each person. Good morning. You : Good morning.3 Introduce yourself to other students. A: Hello. Im Adeline Garza. B: Im Nahid Golavina. Nice to meet you. A: Nice to meet you, too.
  • greet someone at an airportVocabulary I letters Vocabulary I countries1 a lID Listen to the alphabet. 4 a Match a city on the Arrivals board to a country in a b c de f g h i j k Imn the box below. o p q r s l U Wx y z Argentina ktdia Germany Japan Italy b Listen agai n and repeat. Poland the UK c Work in pairs. Say the alphabet. Australia Brazil the US2 a How do you say the sounds below? Match the letters of the City Country alphabet to the underlined sounds. , Delhi India /e[/~g ht) =~ __ _ 2 Sydney M (thrgg) - L _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 3 Buenos Aires lei (t~n) -L _ _ _ _ _ _ 4 Tokyo /31/ (flve) = _ _ __ i 5 New York loul (wQ) _ 6 Rio de Janeiro lu:! (twQ) «- _ _ 7 London 10,1 (Me) _ Berlin b _ listen and check your answers. , 8 Rome ,a Warsaw3 Say the fli ght numbers on the Arrivals board . b IIiI listen and check A: HD three four seven. your answers. Repeat. B: Delhi. Pronunciation 5 a listen again. Count the syllables for each country. In - di - a=3 b Work in pairs. Say a city. Your partner says a country. A: Tokyo. B: Japan. c Add more countries to the box in Ex. 4a. Lifelong learning A vocabu lary notebook Write new words in a vocabulary notebook. Show the syllables and the stress. Countries Ar gen !l na Ja pan
  • Listening and reading 8 a Complete the sentences with hes, shes or its.6 a lID look at the photos and listen. 1 Hes from Australia. (Russell Crowe) Complete the sentences below. , _ _ from the US. (Hillary (linton) 1 Hes Sunny Deva. Hes from India. 3 _ _ in Italy. (Venice) Hes in the UK. 4 _ _ in London. (Gwyneth Paltrow) 2 Shes Ana Goncalvez . Shes from 5 _ _ from Germany. (Angela Merkel) Shes in 6 _ _ in Australia. (Melbourne) 3 Shes Nicole Redman. Shes from Shes in 7 _ _ from the UK. (Anthony Hopkins) 8 _ _ from Argentina. (the tango) b listen again and check your answers. b Work in pairs. Make true or false statements c Work in pairs. Read the How to ... box. Greet about cities. your partner at airport arrivals. A: Sydney is in Argentina. S: False! Its in Australia, greet someone at airport arrivals c Talk about people in your class, A: Mrs Cole? Shes Olga, Shes fram St, Petersburg in Russia. B: Yes. A: Hello. Mrs Cole. Im Stephen Taylor. Welcome to the UK. Speaking B: Thank you. 9 Match the photos a-f below to the names in the box. Talk about the people. Penelope Cruz Michael SchumacherGrammar I hes/sheslits Prince William Thierry Henry7 Complete the Active grammar box with 5. Condoleezza Rice Gisclc BUflec/lefl Shes Gisele Biindchen. Shes from Brazil. Active grammar o He is He s from India. She from Argentina. She It is It see Reference page 17
  • introduce someone; start a conversationVocabulary I comm on ph rases1 a Match the phrases in the box to the pictures 1--6. Sorry! Nice to meet you. No, thank you. Yes, please. Pardon? Excuse me, ... 1 Yes, please. b IBD listen and check your answers. Listening 3 a lID listen. Put the sentences in the correct order. A: Hi, Boris. III l: Nice to meet you, too. 0 B: Hi. Andy. This is luisa. 0 A; Nice to meet you, luisa. 0 b listen again. Check your answers. 4 a Work in groups ofthree. Repeat the conversation in Ex·3a. introduce people This is (Paul). Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you, too. b Read the How to ... box,2 lIED listen. Complete the conversations with a phrase from Ex. lao then close your books. 1 Pardon? Introduce each other. , A: Hi, Britto. 3 B: Hi, Pedro. This is Roxana.
  • Grammar I questions with be 7 look at the Active grammar box. Match the questions to the answers. Active grammar G Questions 1 2 Where are Where are I you you from? from in the US? o Answers .j f from Los Vegas. bj f from the US. see Reference page 17 8 a Complete the conversation. A: (1) Where are you from? B: (2) from Turkey. A: 0) ___ are you from in Turkey? B: Im (4) _ __ Istanbul. c: Where are (5) _ _ _ from? 0 : Im (6) the UK. c: Where (7) you from in the UK? 0: Im (8) Bristol. b Complete the questions and answers.5 a IIID Listen. Complete the conversation 1 A: Where are vou from? between Luisa and Andy. B: Im from the UK. Luisa: Where are you from, Andy? , A, in India? Andy: 1(1) _ from the US. B, Im from Delhi. Luisa: Where (2) __ you from in the US? 3 A, Where are you from? Andy: Im from New York. Where are (J) _ _ B, Sao Paolo in Brazil. from? 4 A, Australia? Luisa: Im (4) __ Argentina. B, Im from Sydney. Andy: Where are you from in Argentina? Luisa: Im from Rosario. Pronunciation b True mor false (F)? , Andy is from Argentina. lEI 9 a lIED listen . Mark the stress. , Andy is from New York. 0 1 Where are you from? 3 Luisa is from New York. 0 2 Where are you from in Poland? 4 Luisa is from Buenos Aires. 0 3 Im from Warsaw. 5 Luisa is from Rosario. 0 b Listen again. Repeat.6 a Work in pairs. Repeat the conversation. A, Where are you from, Andy? Speaking B: Im (rom New York. 10 Work in groups of three, A, Band C. Student A: introduce Band C. b Ask your partner. Student B: ask where Student C is from. A, Where ore you from. Eva? Student C: ask where Student B is from. B, I m from ...
  • Find a phone number 1 a Match countries a-f to the countries in the table below. 2 a lIED listen and complete the details below. f a Russia b aID listen. Complete the dialling codes in the table below. Dial 00 + country code + telephone number b listen again. Put the sentences in the correct COUNTRY CODE order. Australia [ I A: Where is it? ( 6] c: The number is: Brazil 55 double 0 ... China (1 I A: Directory enquiries. [ I A: Thank you. Japan 81 [ J B: The Lamden Hotel. Mexico please. [ ) B: Its in Rome, in Italy. Russia Spain 3 Work in pairs. Take turns to practise the conversations in Turkey Ex. 2b with the information below. the UK 44 1 HOTEl: Hotel Kelem the US 1 WHERE: Istanbul, Turkey PHONE NUMBER: c Read the How to ... box. Repeat the countries and country 00 902 1296347 numbers. 2 HOTEl: Hotel Marianne WHERE: Madrid, Spain PHONE NUMBER, say phone numbers 00349 1 366 211 9 S5 - double five 3 HOTEl: Hotel Parks ide WHERE: Shanghai. China 0 - oh 0- zero PHONE NUMBER, 00862 1 503 299II
  • _ 1 ,Reference Numbers 0-9 Verb to be Iaffi rmative 0 zero - 1 on. - o - I om 2 two I m from China. 3 three You ore 4 four You " 5 five He is in room 234. He s 6 six seven She is 7 She s Jennifer West. 8 eight It is nine in London. 9 It s Telephone numbers: Contractions =J m/You re/He s/She s/lt 5 0:= oh 0:::: zero Contractions =informal English The full form = I om/You ore/He is/She is/lt is 99 "" double nine The full form =formal English 0208922 7255 = oh-two-oh Where are youJrom? eight- nine-double two seven- two-double five G Where are you Letters a-z Where is he {rom ? a h{d{ f g h i ik lm Where is she Where is it n O li q r S 1 U , Wx y z These letters have the same vowel sound: Whereis ... ?= Wheres ... ? Where are"" Whefe!-re /,,/ (right) = a h i k Add in + country Where Ofe you from in Russia ?-Moscow /i:/ (thrw= h { d ( g P i Where is he from in the UK? - London lei (t~n) = f 1 m n s x Z K ey vocabulary /31/ (ftve) = i Y Common phrases /"/ (zerg) = 0 Good morning/ afternoon/ evening/ night. Sorry! / ":/ (t@j = q U W Excuse me, ... Nice to meet you ./Nice to meet you, too. /"/ (are) = r No, thank you./Thank you. Yes, please. Pardon? Countries Argentina Australia Brazil China France Germany Greece India Italy Japan Mexico Poland Russia Spain the UK the US Turkey
  • Rewrite the sentences with contractions. 4 Complete the dialogues. Write one word in each1 A: I am Maggie May. gap. 8: You are in room 511. 1 A: Hi, Setina. (1) This is (yrek. A: Im Maggie May; B: Hello. Cyrek. Nice to meet you. B, _ __ C: Nice to meet you, too.2 A: I am Ruby Tuesday. B: (2) are you from? B: You are in room 147. C: (3) from Poland. A, _ __ B: Where are you from (4) Poland? B, _ _ C: Im from Krakow. Where (s) you from?3 A: I am Peggy Sue. B: Im from Spain. B: You are in room 312. A, _ __ C: Where are you (6) in Spain? B, _ __ B: Im from Salamanca. 2 D: Good morning, Edward.Complete with Im or Youre. E: Good morning, Daisy.1 A: Hello. Welcome to Hotel California. D: This (7) Francesca. 8: Thank you. Don Henley. E: Hello, Francesca. Im Edward. Nice to meet you. A: in room 329, Mr Henley. F: Nice to meet you, too.2 A: Hello. E: Where (8) you from? S: Hello. Im Ms Turner. F: Im from Turin, in Italy. Where are (9) _ _ A: Welcome to Nutbush Hotel, Ms Turner. from? _ _ _ in room 808. E: Im from (to) UK. S: Thank you. F: Where are you from (11) _ _ _ the UK ?3 A: Hello. Welcome to the Kelly Hotel. E: (12) from Bristol. B: Thank you. Trina Cassidy. A: in room 415. Ms CaSSidy. 5 Write the phrases from the box below in the4 A: Hello. correct place. B: Hello. _ _ _ John Densmore. A: Welcome to Hotel Morrison, Mr Densmore. Good afternoon. Thank you. Pardon? _ __ in room 342. Yes, please. Nice to meet you, too.Where is he/she/it from? 1 A: Coffee? B, _ __1 Prince Charles: Hes {rom the UK.2 Madonna: the US. 2 A: Nice to meet you. Champagne: France. B, _ __34 Diego Maradona: Argentina . 3 A: Im from Izmir, in Turkey.S Sushi: Japan. B, _ __6 Claudia Schiffer: Germany. A: Im from Izmir, in Turkey.7 Pele: Brazil. 4 A: Good afternoon.8 Sonia Gandhi: India. B, _ __9 Kylie Minogue: Australia. 5 A: Welcome to Abbey Road Hotel.,. Rock and roll: the US. B, _ __
  • Lead-in1 a look at photo A above. Complete the gaps 1--6 below with the words from the box. mother husband sister daughter father son wife brother 1 Karen-luke = mother-son 4 lohn - luke = _ _ - __ 2 John-lucy - _ _ - _ _ 5 Karen - John = _ _ - _ _ 3 Lucy- luke - _ _ - _ _ 6 Karen-lucy= _ _ - _ _ b . . listen and check your answers. Repeat. Underline the main stress. mother2 a Match the objects 1-11 in the photos with the words in the box. phone email address address mebile pA8f1e computer passport first name website phone number surname photo 1 mobile phone b ED listen and check your answers. Repeat. Underline the main stress. ~mail address3 Work in pairs. Student A: point to an object in Photos 8-D. Student B: say the word.
  • Listening1 a look at the photos of Sabrina and her family. How are the 3 a aJ listen and repeat. people related to Sabrina? Write a name next to each word below. 20 twenty 21 twenty-one a mother - Sofia e son - _ __ 30 thirty 33 thirty-three b father - _ _ _ f daughter - _ __ 40 forty 49 forty-nine c brother - _ __ g husband - _ __ 50 fifty 56 fifty-six d sister 60 sixty 67 sixty-seven b lID listen and check your answers. 70 seventy 74 seventy-four 80 eighty 88 eighty-eight c listen again. Write the correct ages next to the names in the 90 ninety 99 ninety-nine photos. b Work in pairs. Write a ( 26 32 3 3f 1 57 60 40 ) number. Your partner says it. A: 27 B: • twenty-seven c look at the How to ,.. box.Vocabulary I numbers 1<>-99 How old are the people in the photos?2 a lID listen and repeat. b Close your books. Say numbers 1-20. talk about age P 1 /4 I~11" " II How old is he/she?teo eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen .. Hes : sixty-two• • • years old. Shes : twenty-one: Jo16 f ~ Ir sixteen seventeen eighteen nineteen twenty
  • Granunar I Who ... ?; my 6 a Complete these sentences for Sabrina.4 Complete the Active grammar box with he and she. 1 Carl is my brother. 2 Anna is _ _ _ _ __ 3 Marek is _ _ _ _ __ Active grammar 4 Sofia is _ _ _ _ __ 5 Sarah is _ _ _ _ __ G Who 5 she? 6 Tomis _ _ _ _ __ (is) ? 7 Ja mes is _ _ _ _ __ Sofia? b Write questions for Sabrinas answers. o Morek 5 my father. 1 Whos Marek? Hes my fat her. He (is) my brother. my sister. , ? Hes my brothe r. 3 ? Shes my mother. 4 ? Shes my sister. see Reference page 27 S ? Hes my son.5 Complete these dialogues. 6 ? Hes my husband. 7 ? Shes my da ughte r. Pronunciation 7 a III listen. Circle the correct number. 1 Hes my brother. Hes a>@b) 30. 2 Ca rols my sister. Shes a) 14 b) 40. 3 Shes Helen. Shes a) 18 b) 80. A: Whos he? B: Hes father. 4 My sons a) 15 b) 50. S Hes my husband. Hes a) 16 b) 60. 6 Robertos a) 17 b) 70. b listen again and repeat. Speaking 8 a Write a li st of five names from your family or frie nds. A, _ _ she? B: _ _ my mother. b Explain to your partner who the people on the list are . A: Who s Martin ? B: Hes my brother. Hes twenty-seven yeaf5 old. Lifelong learning Talk about you! A: Whos ?B: _ _ _ _ brother. Use English in class as much as possible. Use English to talk about your family, your life, etc. It makes English more memorable. Sophies my daughter. Shes nineteen. A: he? B Its OK. _ _ _ _ friend . :
  • Listening Vocabulary I expressions 1 a aa Listen and tick the correct addresses. 3 a Match an expression (great, good, OK, bad, GJ awful) to each person. • a S9 Princes Street. Edinburgh b 69 Princes Street, Edinburgh 0 , a 21 Globe Road, london 0 b 31 Globe Road, london 0 3 a 18 Boulevard de Clichy, Paris 0 b 80 Boulevard de (tichy, Paris 0 4 a 46 lower Abbey Street. Dublin 0 b 26 l ower Abbey Street. Dublin 0 5 a 17 Brook Street. Boston 0 b 70 Brook Street, Boston 0 b Say the addresses in Ex. la. b lID listen to the auditions. What do the judges say about each singer? Complete 2 a aD The young man in the photo is Ben. column 1 below. listen and complete the information a-f below. • Judges , You a Name: Ben G_bs_n. Ben Hes awful. b From: _ __ Terri c Age: years old Vittoria d Address: _ _ , Kings _ _ ,Angel, London. Hans e Phone number: _ __ f Mobile phone number: _ __ Sanjay b Listen again and check your answers. c What do you think of the singers? Complete column 2 above and compare with a partner. A; Ben s awful. B: Yes, hes awful. Terris OK. A; Terris great! d Talk about other singers you know. A; Mariah Careys great. B: Mariah Carey? Shes OK.II
  • Grammar I Wh ats your ...? Speaking4 a Complete the questions in the Active 6 a aID listen and write the correct names and grammar box with one of these words. addresses. 1 Simoo _ __ ( number your name Phone ) 2 82, _ _ _ _ _ _ ,Rome b look at the How to ... box and complete the ~ dialogue. Active grammar o What yOUf _ _ ? s address? ask for spelling (is) A: Whats your nome? you, __ number? - your mobile phone __ ? ---,~ b Match the questions in the Active grammar box to the pictures below. B: Julian Carax. A: How do you _ _ that, please? B: C- A - R-A-X. 7 a Choose one person below. Find the information for that person on page 109 and complete the table for your person. b Roleplay. Talk to other students and complete the table below for the other people. Age From see Reference page 27 Phone5 a Write questions from the Active grammar number box to these answers. 1 A: Whatsyourphonenumber? Mobile B: Its 0441 85263. phone , A, _ _ __ number B: 81 Plaxton Road, New Park. 3 A _ _ __ A: Hello. Whats your name? B: My mobile number is 0170 8910104 B: Im Hans Melo. 4 A, _ _ __ B: Stephanie Brown. A: How do you spell that, please? b Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions in the Active grammar box.
  • give information about other people; write a short personal profileReading and listening1 a look at the profiles. Where do the people come from? ( canada Japan Germany ) L REGISTER HERE..! ] RESULTS ,--,----... a) Im Frieda Lang . Im from Munich. Im 52 years old. ~ iends Search Ima =---,- frieda@teachernet.de I ElmR fIRST _ _ I I fHTEltso.-_ I b) Hello. My names Tom Mackintosh. Im 34 years old. ~ - Im an . Im from Toronto. tom@mackintosh.com c) My names Junura Nakamura. Im from Kyoto. Im 18. Ima junura @:::j:m-a::-iI.J:-·p -: - b IIID listen and choose the information b Exchange email addresses with a partner. from the box about each person. A: Whats your email address? B: Its henrique99@vista.ca.uk accountant teacher student A: How do you spell that? B: Henr;que: H - f - N .. .2 a look at the How to ... bo:x:. How do you say the email addresses in the profiles? 3 Close your books and talk about the people in E:X:.1a. Frieda Lang;s from Getmany. Shes ... say email addresses john.srnith@email.com john dot smith at email dot com
  • Vocabulary I jobs Grammar 2 I his/her4 a Match the words in the box to the pictures 7 Co mplete the Active grammar box with his, 1-10. hes, heror shes. accountant actor engineer teacher Active grammar artist student manager sales assistant G t police officer doctor Whats his name? names Tom. Whots __ job? an accountant. Whats her name? name s Mario. Whots __ job? a student. see Reference page 27 m 8 Complete the di alogues with he, she, hes, ~". shes, his or her. A: Whats (1) his name? B: (2) _ _ names Martin. (J) _ _ my brother. A: Wheres (4) _ _ from ? B: Cs) _ _ from the UK. A: Whats (6) _ _ phone number? B: Its 029 192 0329. b II1II Listen and check your answers. A: Whos (7) _ _ ? B: (8) _ _ l ucy. ~) _ _ my sister.Grammar 1 I a/an A: Whats (10) _ _ job?5 Complete the Active grammar box with a or on. B: (11) _ _ an actor. A: Whats (12) _ _ address? Active grammar B: Its 19 Wilson Road, Glasgow. o doctor an accountant Speaking _ police officer octor 9 Work with a partner. Ask about his/ her best friend . see Reference page 27 A: Whos your best friend? B: Her names Nina.6 a lIED listen and complete. A: Whats her job? 1 Hes _ __ 3 Hes _ __ B: Shes ... 2 Shes an _ __ + Shes _ __ b Write the jobs from Ex. 4a in the correct place in the table. Writing man_:~g~e_r__ _ 10 a Write a persona l profile for emai lfriends.net. Mynames ... Im from ... ( ___ - L_ _ _ _ an ______) Im ... years old and I m a .... c Work in pairs. What jobs do your friends and b Exc hange information with your partner. family do? Then tell the class about your partner. My sisters Q teacher. His names Sebastian. Hes from ... II
  • rr--":"!-!!!!"-""--!!!!"-!!!!!!--""-~ I!!!!l: - - ... .-.:.-_..... ~~ 1 a Match the words in the box to the pictures 1-8. singer CD city actor film website book restaurant b Work in pairs. Choose a word from the box and talk about the picture. A: Whats number 2? 4 Work in pairs. Ask questions from Ex. 3. Use B: Its a restourant. great. good, OK. bad or awful in your answers. A: Who 5 your favourite singer? 2 a Think of three other examples for each word in Ex. lao B: Dido. Shes great. Actor: AI Pacino, Salma Hayek ... A: Dido? Shes ok. b Test your partner. 5 a Ask three classmates the questions from A: Whos Sa/rna Hayek? Ex. 3. Write the answers in the table below. Shes an actor. B: A: Whats Toronto? , 2 3 city B: Its a city. restaurant 3 Write questions. singer film restaurant? book website? actor? CD Whats CO? actor your favourite Whos city? singer? Number 1 is Ruth. Her favourite city is ... film? b Tell your partner about your three book? classmates.
  • Reference_Questions Articles: alanWho is for people. Use a and an before single nouns.Who is he? She s 0 teacher.Who is Rachel? Her brother is on actor.Whos your best friend? a + consonant soundWhat is for things. a car, a phone, a websiteWhat s her surname? an + vowel soundWhat s his phone number? an email address, an actar, an engineerWhat s your email address?Whos ... ? and Whats ... ? "" informal English Numbers 10-99 I. Ie. u " 13 " I, eleven twelve thirteen fourteen fifteen " 17 •• " 2. sixteen seventeen elghleen nineteen twenty ,. twenty Z1 twenty-one 3· thirty 37 thirty-seven •• ,. f.rty •• ,. forty-four fifty fifty-eight 60 .",", ., sixty-fIIeWho is ... ? and What is o •• ?= formal written English 7· 80 seventy e&,,1y ., 7 seventy-six eighty-two Mr iurner if, m1 te3(..he.r. •• ninety 99 ninety-nineRemember these questions with How ... ? Key vocabularyHow do you spell thot. please?How old are you? FamilyHow old is he/she? mother father sister brother wife husband daughter son Personal detailsPossessive adjectives: first name surname phone numbermy, your, his, her, its mobile phone number address email addressMy, your, his. her and its are possessive adjectives.Possessive adjectives show ownership. Adjectives great good OK bad awful Jobs Pronoun Possessive adjective accountant actor artist doctor engineer manager police officer sales assistant I am Robert. My nome is Robert. teacher You are 32. Your sister is 21. He is a singer. Paul is his brother. She is great. Her CD is great. It is in Europe. Prague is its capital.
  • Review_and_ practice "I Look at the family tree. Complete the 4 Complete the conversation with questions from sen tences. Ex. 3. , David : Julias my daughter A: (1) Whats your name? , Karl : mother. Gabriel: Gabriel Willis. 3 Julia: brother. A: (2) ? 4 Adele: son. Gabriel: Willis: W - I - l - l - I - S. , Julia : father. A, (J) ? 6 David: wife. Gabriel: Im 22. 7 Kart: sister. S Adele: husband. Gabriel: Cardiff in Wales. A,(S) _ _ _ ? Gabriel: 70 Bridge Street, Fairwater. Cardiff. A,(6) ? Gabriel: 0048583053 330. 5 Write the questions. David Adele Mrs Letterman MrGarside First name: Helen First name: Oliver Age: 33 Age: 42 Job: manager Job: police officer From: Australia From: Ireland Julia Karl t A: Whats her first name? B: Helen.2 Write questions for each answer in EX.1. 2 A: ? B: Shes 33. , Whos Lulia? , ? 3 A, ? B: Shes a manager. , ? 6 ? A, , B: Shes from Australia. 3 ? 7 ? , 4 A, ? B: Oliver. 4 ? S ? 6 A, ? B: Hes 42. 7 A, ? B: Hes a police officer.3 Rearrange the words to make questions. S A, ? B: Hes from Ireland. , address your Whats Whats your address? 6 Choose the correct word. , phone Whats number your 1 six + six " elevenftwelvefthirteen ? 2 Shes a doctor/actar/great. 3 name your Whats 3 Whats your passporl/phane/address? ? 1+ Hes an teocher/accountant/student. • are How you old ? 5 Whos your favourite singer/restauront/city? 6 Whats your email/phone number/computer , you Where from are number? ? 6 spell How please that, you do ?
  • Lead-in1 a Match a word in the box to a picture A- D. a castle a cathedral a palace a museu m b Check the words below in a dictionary. Draw a simple picture for each word. a gallery a department sto re a market a mountain a lake c . . . Listen to the words above and repeat. Mark the stress. a castle2 a Complete these famous tou rist attractions with the words above. , Draculas castle in Romania 5 Macys in the US , The Hermitage ;n • Sugar Loaf in Brazil Russia 7 Titicaca in Bolivia 3 Buckingham in the UK 8 The Uffizi in Italy • Olavalo in Ecuador b Make a list of other tourist attractions. The Prado Gal/ery in Modrid.3 Di scuss with a partner. What 5 your favourite tourist aUroction in this country?;in this city?/ in the world?
  • Coach}. Ho Id.~.,jVocabulary I adjectives Reading1 a look at the map. Match a city on the map to 3 a Rebecca and Steven are on the West to a photo below. East coach tou r. Read the email. Who is in the photo in the email? b Which adjective is correct? . Maidens Tower in The Burgtheatre Turkey is big@ in Austria is old/ modem. Hi Mum and Dad How are you? Steven and I are fine. Were in Istanbul in The Pera Palace Hotel. Its greatl Willy Brandt House in Charles Bridge in the Istanbul is big. Germany is old/ modern. Czech Republic is Magda and Zarek are in the Pera Palace Hotel, too. They are our friends. Theyre from Poland. beautiful/ ugly. The attachment is a photo of Magda and Zarek. They are in their car. Its a Mercedes. Its beautiful! Its colour is great. Love Rebecca The House of the Spaghetti Junction in b Write true mor false (F). People in Romania the UK is beautiful! , Steven and Rebecca are in Istanbul. III is big /smoll. ugly. , The Pera Palace Hotel is OK. 0 3 Istanbul is small. 02 Talk about three tourist attractions in your co untry. 4 Magda and Zarek are from T urkev. 0 5 The car is beautifu l. 0 The Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao is beautiful. c Underline aU the adjectives in the email.
  • lEDGrammar 1 I to be with we an d they 7 Complete the sentences with our or their.4 Look at the email on page 30 again. Complete the Active grammar box below. Active grammar 0 :I m (am) forty-one. 0 : You re (are) my friend. 0 : He my father. 0 : She 5 (is) my mother. 0 : 11 a gal/ery. 1 Magda: Their surname is Morris. 0 : You re (are) my friends. l Zarek: suitcase is modern. 3 Rebecca: car is beautiful. 0 : We _ 1-) in Istanbul. 4 Magda: _ _ backpack is old. o . They . _ 1_ ) rom Turke . sZarek: _ _ friends and fami ly are in Poland. 6 Ben: _ _ friends and family are in the UK. see Reference page 37 8 Circle the correct word.5 Complete the se ntences. Use contractions. 1 Are they were,@>ooks? 1 Theyre from Moscow. 2 Theyre / Their beautiful. You_ from France. 3 Were/Ouf in Berlin. 2 3 w._ in Buenos Aires. 4 5 Were / Our students. Theyrel Their photos are great. 4 " _ modern. S She_ my daughter. 6 Theyre/Theirfrom Romania. 6 ,_ _ in the photo . 7 Where is were/our car? 7 They__ in the gallery. 8 They,e / The;rin the photo. 8 H. __ great. PronunciationGrammar 2 lour and their 9 a" listen. Write the sentences. Use theyre or their.6 Complete the Active grammar box below. b Repeat the sentences. Active grammar Writing I She is my friend. 10 a Work in pairs. You and your partner are on You Your house is modern. holid ay. Choose a destination from the map on page 30. Complete the details. He Rachel is his wife. 1 My partner is . (name) She Her mother is great. 2 We are in _ _ _ . (place) It is _ __ (adjective) It Its capital is Madrid. 3 Our friends are _ _ ,. and . (names) You Your photos are beautiful. 4 Our hotel is . (name) It is _ __ We Andrea is _ _ friend. (adjective) They _ _ daughter is in the car. b Look at the Writing bank on page 126. Then write an email to a friend about your holiday. see Reference page 37
  • Whats in your suitcase? plural nouns; negative of to be say whats in your suitcaseVocabulary I holiday things Pronunciation1 a Match a word in the box to a number in the pictures. 4 a DJ listen. How is the •5 pronounced: lsI. Izl or camera book skirt pair of shoes suitcase pair of trousers Ilz/? MP3 player top map backpack atwo suitcases bfive maps b . . . listen and check your answers. Mark the stress and repeat. cseven tops a suitcase dthree cameras etwo pairs of shoesListening four books g eight pairs of trousers2 . . Listen. Match a conve rsat ion to a su itcase A-C. h six skirts b listen again and checkGrammar 1 I plural nouns your answers. Repeat.3 a listen again to conversation 3. Complete the Active grammar box. Lifelong learning Active grammar Record pronunciation In your voca bulary one book books notebooks. record important a top _ _ tops pron unciation . one pair of shoes five pairs of _ _ /,,/ /z/ a pair of shoes b listen again . What is in each suitcase? Complete the lists below. Conversation 1: a camera, two books Conversation 2: a backpack Conversation 3: a pair of trousers C listen and check your answers.
  • Speaking b Complete the conversations with m not, arent or isnt.5 a Work in pairs. Oescribe a suitcase from Ex. 2 Your partner guesses the suitcase. A: Whats in the suitcase? B: Two skirts. a pair of shoes, three books ... b Work in pairs. Cover one of the suitcases. Remember whats in it. c What is in your suitcase when you go on holiday? Tell your partner. A: Hello Bob. This is my wife. Two tickets to New York, please. B: Im not Bob,lm Bill. You _ _ eighteen yearsListening old, youre eight. And she_ _ your wife,6 a ID listen . Answer the questions. shes your sister. 1 What is her name? 2 What is in her suitcase? b listen again. Complete the phrases from the conversation. Jane: _ m not Miss Miles. Jane: _ _ isnt a camera. Jane: _ _ arent books. A: Is this your backpack, Mr Robson? B: 1 _ Mr Robson, Im Mr Clark. And it_ _ _Grammar 2 1the verb to be negative my backpack, its his backpack.7 Complete the grammar box with arent or isnt. - 9 a True (T) or false (F)? 1_ .. 1- You. Active grammar partner 0 : I . m not (am not) Miss Miles. From this city A good singer 0 : You arent in room 324. · · (are not) twenty-one. 18- 25 years old 0 : He my brother. 0 : She (is not) my sister. b Work in pairs. Write sentences using the 0 : It a camera. information from Ex. 9a. 0 : We from the US. Were from this city. Our teacher isnt from this · · (are not) students. city. 0 : They friends. · · (are not) in Istanbul. Speaking~ · 10 Work in pairs. Continue the conversation in see Reference page 37 Ex. 6a between Mr Boyle and Mrs Miles.8 a Choose the correct answer. Mr Boyle Mrs Miles 1 You m not,-9an actor. pai r of trousers skirt 2 I re not/ m not from Brazil. top pair of trousers 3 She arent/isnt not my sister. MP3 pl ayer camera 4 It isnt/m not my ca mera. S You arent/isnt in roo m 232. Mr Boyl e: OK, an MP3 player. 6 It m not/isnt my favourite city. Mrs Mites: It isnt an MP3 player, its a camera.
  • ask for tourist information Vocabulary I days of the week Reading 1 a ..a listen and repeat the days of the 2 a Work in pairs. Say the addresses, phone week. numbers and email addresses in the text. b look at the underlined words in the text. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Check them in a dictionary. Friday Saturday Sunday C Read the texts. Choose the correct word in the sentences below. b Work in pairs. Say a day. Your partner says the next day. 1 The British Museum is~closed on Su ndays. 2 The Whitechapel Art Gallery is/isnt big. A: Thursday. B: Friday. 3 Hampton Court Palace is/isnt open on Sundays.The Whltechapel Art Gallery 4 The British Museum is/isnt in London. 5 The Whitechapel Art Gallery isjisnt open on Mondays. 6 Hampton Court Palace isjisnt in London. Listening 3 a lID listen. Match a conversation 1-3 to a tourist attraction in the text. b Read the How to ... box then listen again and complete the phrases below with here, there and Heres. The British Museum is the I.!lI2 tourist attraction in Londo n. use here and there (5,000,000 visito rs every year!) Its here. Its nea r Oxford Street. Its open from Monday to Sunday. Its big and iis fr.e:e:! Its there. ::ir 0 The British Museum Great Russell Street London WClB 30G o 0207323 8299 visloriniormalion. thebritishmus.cum .... c. uk Heres a map. Conversation 1 1 Is [beep] near here? 2 Its about 12km from 3 _ _ a map. We are _ _ and it ls _ _ . Conversation 2 4 Good. Is it near ? 5 Yes, it is. _ _ a map. We are _ _ and it is
  • Grammar I Yes / No q uestio ns with to be b Rearrange the words to make a question. Then w rite a sho rt answer.4 a Compare the 0 and 8 forms below: open is today it o The British Museum is in London. 1 A: 15 it open today? B: Yes, it is. o Is the British Museum in London? 2 you A: Italy are ? from B: No, _ _ _ b Look at ta pescript 3.8 on page 145. Underline all the example of question s with be. 3 the UK is from she A, ? B:Yes, c Complete the Active grammar box with 15, 4 a museum it is Are or Am. A, ? B:No, 5 is open the shop Active grammar A, O : Am your friend? Yes, you are. , you an actor ? are B:Yes, A, ? B:No, No, you oren 0 :_ you from Italy? Yes, I am. No, Im not. Reading and speaking 0: _ he your brother? Yes, he/she 6 Work in pairs. is. Student A: read the text below about Harrods she your sister? No. he/she and answer your partners questions. Ask for isnt. information about the Louvre. 0 :_ we near the lake? Yes, we are. No, we aren t. 0 :_ they in London? Yes, theyare. No, they arent. see Reference page 375 a Complete the questions and an swers. Are you from China? Yes,I _ _ " , it a cathedral? NO,it _ _ " 3 _ _ she your sister? Yes, she _ _ " 4 _ _ we near Hampton Court? Yes,we _ _ " S Are students? NO,they _ _ " , _ _ the museum closed today? Yes,it _ _ " 7 _ _ they from the UK? NO,they _ _ " 8 _ _ you in room 324? Student B: look at page 109. Read the text about Yes, 1__ " the Louvre and answer you r partners questions. Ask for information about Harrods.
  • 2 I D listen and read the conversation below. Answer the questions. 1 Where is Sara? 4 Is Marakesh hot? 2 Is she in Casablanca? 5 Is the hotel nice? 3 Is Marakesh beautiful? 6 Is the food nice? louis: Hello. Sara: Hi, louis. Its Sara. louis: Hi, Sara. How are you and Paul? Sara: Were fine, thanks. And you? louis: Fine, thanks. Where are you? Sara : Were in Morocco. louis : Are you in Casablanca? Sara: No, we arent, Were in Marakesh. louis: Is it beautiful? Sara: Yes, it is. Its very beautiful. louis: Is it hot? Sara: Yes, it is. Its very hot. louis: Is your hotel nice? Sara: No, it isnt, Its very small and very old. louis: Oh dear! Is the food nice? Sara: Yes, its very nice. Are Mum and Dad OK? louis: Yes, they are. Theyre fine.1 a look at the words in the box. Check the Sara : OK, see you on Friday. meaning of new words in a di ctionary. louis: See you on Friday. Bye. Sara: Bye. skirt small suitcase book food old bad beautiful ugly hot cold backpack 3 a Work in pairs. Read and repeat the good nice camera modern big map conversation . awful great new fine b Change pa rtners. look at the words below. Remember the conversation. b Put the words in the correct column. louis Sara Nouns Adjectives Hello. Its ... skirt small How ... ? Fine ... you? Where ... ? Morocco Casablanca? Marakesh beautiful? Ves c Which words follow very: nouns or hot? Ves ad jectives? hotel nice? No food nice? Yes. Mum and Dad? Ho, Very hot fine Friday Friday. Bye Bye 4 a Write a new conversation. Use new people, new places and other adjectives. Esther: Hello. Flavia: Hi. Esther. Its Flavia. b Practise you r conversation with a partner.
  • The verb to be Possessive adjectives o Pronoun Possessive adjective I m (am) / m from New York. My wife is from Rome. You re (ore) Youre in Istanbul. Your son is in London. He in Istanbul. Hes Mr Hanson. His manager is Mr She s (is) from Turkey. Reid. It She s my sister. Her daughter is three. We re (are) It s not a big hotel. Its roams are smalf. They re (are) Were on holiday. Our hotel is very nice. They re in Italy Their children are at home. o I m not (am noV Miss Miles. Days of the week You orent in room 324. (are not) twenty-one. weekdays: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday He my brother. isnt She (is not) my sister. the weekend: Saturday, Sunday It a camero. We arent from the US. Use on + days of the week Her birthday is on (are not) students. Monday. They orent friends. Use at + the weekend His party is at the weekend. (are not) in Istanbul. .J Adjectives old modern big small beautiful ugly Short answers great good OK bad awful open closed Am I your friend? Yes, you are. near free hot cold new fine nice No, you oren t. A,. you from Italy? Yes, J om. Noun + verb to be + adjective No. Im not. Its modern. Theyre great. Is he your brother? Yes, he/she/it Noun + verb to be (+o/an) + adjective + noun she your sister? is. Shes a good teacher. Its a big market. No, hejshe/it it open? isnt. Key vocabulary A,. we near the lake? Yes, we are. Tourist attractions No, we oren t. a castle a cathedral a palace a museum A,. they in London? Yes, theyare. a gallery a department store a market No, they oren t. a mountain a lake Holiday things backpack book camera mapHes/Shes;1ts not and MP3 player pair of shoesWere/youre/Theyre not are also possible. pair of trousers top skirt suitcaseTheyre not at home.
  • Complete the sentences in the plural. Rearrange the words to make questions. 1 Jon is my friend. t near gallery the we Are Sally and Paul are my friends, too. Are we near the gallery? 2 Jasons from Manchester. 2 museum Is open the Teresa and Jackie _ _ _ , too. ---? 3 His favourite car is a BMW. 3 Italy they from Are _ _ _ is a BMW, too. , 4 Im in my room in The Radford Hotel. 4 she your Is friend We in the Radford Hotel, too. ? 5 Shes an accountant. s here Ihe near lake Is They accountants, too. ? 6 This is my favou ri te film. 6 department stores Are today open Ihe This is _ _ _ film, too. ? 7 we Are York Hotel in the2 Complete the sen tences with were, our, ? theyre or their. Write short answers for each question in Ex. 4. Michelle and I Alan and 01 1 (I) Yes, we are. 5 (I) _ __ From? Scotland Ireland 2 (}) No, it isnt. 6 00 ___ Job? doctors teachers 3 (,I) 7 (,1) _ _ House? in Glasgow in Dublin 400 _ _ Where now? on holiday in on holiday in Brazil France 6 Complete the dialogues with the pairs of words in the box. Alan and Di are (1) ourfriends. (2) _ _ __ from Ireland and (3) teachers. Wednesday / Thursday museum/ gallery Michelle and I are from Scotland. (4) _ __ MP3 player/sl:litcase cathed ral / palace doctors. (s) house is in Glasgow. big/ small (6) house is in Dublin. Right now (7) on holiday in Ireland. 1 Wheres your MP3 player? (8) on holiday in Scotland. Its in my suitcase. 2 Is his house ?3 Complete the negative sentences with a word NO, it isnt. Its from the box. 3 Is it today? No, it isnt. Its arent not isnt !m You I She 4 Is Tate Modern a ? t I m not Miss Carter. Im Ms Carter. No, it isnt. Its a , It _ _ open today. Its open tomorrow. 5 Is Hampton Court a ? 3 You _ _ a good singer. No, it isnt. Its a 4 _ _ isnt from the UK. 5 You _ _ twenty·one. Youre twenty·three. 6 _ _ m not from Germany. 7 You _ _ my friend. S She _ _ my sister. Shes my mum. 9 _ _ arent in room 324. Youre in room 325. 10 Im Peter. Im Tom.
  • Lead-in1 a Match the words in the box to letters A-O in the photos and E-M in the small pictures. chemist supermarket eare books hop train station bus stop bank cinema newsagent car park restaurant cash point market A Cari b l1li listen and check your answers. Mark the stress. A glfe c Work in pairs. Cover the words. look at the pictures. Say the places.2 Work in pairs. Ask Whats your favourite ... ? A: Whats your favourite supermarket? B: Quickbuy is my favourite.
  • order food in a cafe or coffee shopVocabulary I food and drink1 a look at the photos below. Match the pictures 1--6 with the words in the box below. a black filter coffee a white coffee orange juice a cappuccino an iced coffee an espresso an instant coffee b lID listen and check your answers. Match a coffee to these cou ntries: Spain, Italy, the UK, 2 the US, Greece. c What coffee is popular in your country?2 a Complete these sentences for you with one of the coffees (dont use a/an). , _ _ _ is my favourite. , _ _ _ is very nice. 3 _ _ _ is awful. 4 a listen to the three conversations again. b Work in pai rs. Read your sentences to your Complete the phrases below with the words in partner. the box. Espresso is my favourite. ( chocolate large chicken cheese small )3 a l abel the food and drink 1--6 in the pictures 1 a chicken salad A-C with a phrase from the box below. 2 a mineral water an eraflge jtlie€ a mineral water 3 a sandwich a sandwich a piece of cake a salad 4 a _ _ orange juice a cup of tea 5 a piece of _ _ cake b Check your answers in tapescript 4.3 on b IJD listen. Match a picture A-C to a page 146. Repeat the conversations in pairs. conversation 1-3.
  • b lID Listen. Circle the correct prices in eachGrammar I Can I have ... ? conversation .5 Look at the Active grammar box. Match a , a £1.00 b £1.10 C £1.20 phrase on the left to a phrase on the right. , a 2.98 b 3.89 c 3.98 3 a $1.19 b $1.90 c $1.99 Active grammar • a €4.34 5 a £3. 13 b €3.34 b £3.19 c €4043 c £3.39 Can I have a orange juices, please? Can I have an cheese sandwich, please? c Work in pairs. Say a price. Your partner writes the price. Can I have two iced coffee, please? Certainly / Sure. Anything else? Speaking NO, thank you ./Yes, please. Can I have ... ? 9 a Read the How to ... box. Close your books. Write a conversation in a coffee shop. see Reference page 476 a Complete the conversations with the words! order food in a cafe phrases in the Active grammar box. Assistant Customer A: Hello. Can I help you? B: Yes. (1) iced coffee, please? 1 [an I help you? ....... ¥ 2 Can I have __ , please? A: Certainly. Anything (2) ? 3 Sure. B: Yes, please. (J) sma ll chicken Anything else? ....... 4 No, thank you; salad, too? Yes, can I have __ , A: Sure. please? ( : (4) large cappuccino, please? 5 Eat in or take ..-- A Certainly. (5) : else? away? ". ..-- Eat in/ Take away; please. (, No, (6) _ __ 7 Thats _ , please. b Read the conversations in pairs. Pronunciation b Read your conversation to the class. 7 CD Listen and repeat. 10 Work in pairs. Look at the menu. Can I /kre - IJa I/ Student A: you are an assistant in a coffee shop. Can 1have a /kre - mH - hre - V3/ Student B: you are a cu stomer. Order food and drink. Ca n I have a small coffee Ikre - n al - hre - V3 - sm:):i- ko - fl:/ Vocabulary I prices 8 a Complete the chart. 9P _f:.: y.::~ e_l-:::n ,::--l :: rtc. n ;n:: pe :: e 80< ~ ;g:. tY e::: h::,~_J,.;. tents £l.so one -l-~po "n d:-l-==="_k ( "",:; ) £t.99 One ninety-nine 52.20 Two £S.9O Five (euros)
  • Reading 2 a Choose a market or shop in your country. Answer the questions from Ex. lb. Write notes.1 a Work in pairs. Make a list of famous market s in your country/city. b Work in pairs. Talk about your market or shop. A: Where is it? B: Its in Tokyo. b Read the text. Match a question in the box to the information 1--6. Vocabulary I clothes and colours Is it free? Where is the market? When is it open? Is it big? What is it? 3 a lID listen. Match a colour 1-9 to the What is on sale in the market? clothes a-i. a green T-shirt , greet! a) pair of shoes , white b) skirt 3 orange ,) coat 4 eed d) pair of trousers 5 yellow e) shirt 6 black f) dress 7 blue g) bag 8 brown h) hat 9 pink h) HfflfI Yes, it is. i Its two kilometers fwen ",d to end. Its a market for Londoners and tourists. b Match a phrase above to a picture below. Mod"n It,;n,!" "Id things, things, ugly things ... Antiques, old clothes and food are popular. c Mark the sentences true (T) or false (F). 1 Porto bello Market is in Notting Hill. [] :2 Its not small. 0 c Work in pairs. What clothes and colours are 3 Its open on Fridays. 0 in your classroom? 4 Food is on sale in the market. 0
  • Listening and speaking Grammar I this, that, these, those 4 look at the How to ... box. Point to the things in 6 Complete the Active grammar box with that, the picture be low. Talk about the prices. these or those. ta.lk about prices Active grammar A: How much is it? 8: Its four pounds fifty. A: How much are they? 8: Theyre six pounds this hat each. _ _ _ bag 5 a ID listen . How much is/are a) the blue hat, b) the beautiful dresses, c} the yellow skirt, _ _ _ bracelets d) the white shirts, e) the orange shirts? b listen again. Complete the questions. Check you r answers in tapescript 4.7 on page 146. _ _ _ jumpers 1 How much is blue hat? 2 How much are beautjful dresses? 3 How much is _ _ yellow skirt? 4 How much are white shirts? see Reference page 47 7 Look at the picture in Ex. 5. Complete the questions with this, that, these or those. 1 How much are those white shirts? , How much are orange shirts? 3 How much are dresses? 4 How much are bags? 5 How much is blue hat? • How much is black hat? Speakingthat/those 8 Work in pairs. Student A: look at the picture in Ex. s. Write prices for the clothes and bags in the picture. Student B: ask for the prices of the clothes and bags in the picture in Ex. s. Writing 9 Write a paragraph about your favou rite shop or market from Ex. 2a. Use the text about Portobello market to help you. You can start like this: My favourite shop/morket is ... Its in ... II
  • Vocabulary I irregular plur,ls Reading and listening 1 a look at the photos a-d. Where is each 3 a aD listen. Match each conversation to a photo? photo. Photo a = Q supermarket Conversation 1- photo _ b Match a description below to each photo. Conversation 2- photo _ Conversation 3 - photo _ t a man, a woman and a child Conversation 4 - photo _ 2 a man, a woman and her baby in a shop 3 a man and two women b listen again . Complete the gaps in the 4 people in a shop conversations. 1 A: (an I have three (t) tickets to Bristol, please. 2 a Complete the chart of irregular plurals Two adults and one child? below. B: Single or return? A: Return. please. singular plural B: Thats forty-two thirty, please. Thank you. one person two people (2) _ _ you are. 0" - - two men one woman two - 2 A: Can I help you? B: Yes, please. Can I have a packet of aspirin, please? 0" -- two children - A: Twenty-four or (J) _ _ ? 0" - - two babies B: Twenty-fou r, please. b look at the photos on page 109. What is in A: Thats one forty-nine, (4) _ _ . Thank each photo? you. 1 photo A - two men 2 photoB - _ __ 3 A: Can I (s) _ _ two tickets for 3 photoC - _ __ 4 photo 0 - _ __ ChickenMan Returns, please. 6 photo F - _ __ B: Thats fifteen pounds ninety, please. 5 photo E - _ __ A: (6) _ _ I pay by credit card? B: Sure. Sign here, please. Thank you. Here you are. A: Thanks.II
  • Grammar I possessive s 6 a Match the th in gs below to people in the photos. _-- I 1 Jack , 3 - _ • • IW T 5 b Complete sentences 3, 4 and 5 in the Active 4 A: Thirty-one pounds and seven pence, grammar box. please. B: Here (7) _ _ are. A: Thank you. Enter your PIN (8) _ _ , Active grammar please. Thank you. Uses to show possession.4 a Work in pairs. Repeat the conversations. 1 Theyre Jacks cinema tickets. 2 Shes Shulas baby. b Repeat the conversations but change the 3 Shes _ _ daughter. details. 4 Its _ _ packet of aspirin. A: Can I have two tickets to London, please. 5 Its_ _ train ticket. B: Single or return?5 a Cover the conversations in Ex. 3h. Complete see Reference page 47 the phrases in the How to ... box. 7 Rewrite the sentences with the name + 5. 1 Its his passport. (Kevin) survive in town Its Kevins passport. Train station [on I have three tickets to 2 Theyre her shoes. (Rosie) Bristol, please? Single or ? 3 This is his email address. (TakumO Shop/ [an I hove 0 _ _ _ o{ aspirin, Cinema please? -0----- one forty-nine. please. 4 What is her address? (Adele) Can I ~ by credit card? Sign • please. Here ore. 5 Are you her brother? (Teresa) Enter PIN number, please. 6 That is his suitcase. Oanek) b Work in pairs. Close your books. Write a new conversation in a shop or train station. Speaking c Act out your conversation to the class. 8 a Each student gives something to the teacher (e.g. a bag, a pencil). Check that you know the names for each thing. b Guess who each th ing belongs to. A: Is that Annas bag? B: No, it isnt. Its Helens bag.
  • Communication Excuse me, where is the ... ? 1 a Match a sentence 1- 4 to a b lID Listen and complete the map with places in the box. picture A- O below. 1 Th e car park is on West gallery train station supermarket Street. 2 Th e su pe rmarket is opposite the bookshop. a b 3 . The chemist is next to the ma rket. 4 The bus stop is near the bank. c A d car e chemist park cinema Mercer Street King Street B market 9 h k 1D ~ " <f) ~ 0 m a. c "* While Cafe 2 a look at the How to ... box. Ask questions about the map. ask where something is A: Excuse me, whe re ~ the ... ? o B: Its ... Im sorry. I dont know. A: Thank you. OK. Never mind. Thank you. B: Youre welcome. b Work in pairs. Ask questions about your map. Your partner gives you the information. Student A: look at page 112 . Student B: look at page 110.II
  • 4 ReferenceCan 1 have ... ? Irregular noun plurals Regular plurals = noun + 5 Can I have a cappuccino, ticket - tickets a piece o{ cake, Some nouns are irregular in the plural. child - children woman - women an espresso, man - men person - people an orange juice, please? Other irregular plurals: a return ticket to Paris, Words ending in -5, -sh, -ch = add -es/lz/ two mineral waters, sandwich - sandwiches address - addresses Certainly./Sure. Words ending in -r - -ies baby - babies Words ending in -ife - change {to vUse Can I have ... ?to ask for things in shops/cafes/ wife- wivestrain stations, etc.this/thatlthese/those Prices To ask and answer about prices, use:this these How much is/are ... ? It s/fhey re ... How much is that computer? It s €799. o 00 How much Of e those books? They re €B. 00 When you say prices, it is normal to leave out the currency.that those (1.99 one ninety-nine o £3.50 three fifty o $32.20 twelve twenty When the price is less than one euro/pound/dollar, it is normal to say the currency. Soc eighty cents 39P thirty-nine pence (or thirty-nine p) near far Singular this that~ K ey vocabulary Plural these those Places bank bookshop bus stop cafe car parkHow much are those shirts? cash point chemist cinema marketAre these books free? newsagent restaurant supermarketThat hat is great! train stationThis jumper is beautiful. Coffee and other drinks a large cappuccino a small black coffee a medium iced coffee a cup of teaPossessives an orange juice a mineral waterUses to show possession. FoodThat is Herbies passport. a cheese sandwic h a piece of chocolate cakeMary is Dy1an2 daughter. a chicken saladThose are ladys tickets. Colours black white red blue green yellowClaire and Emma are Damiens daughters. orange brown pinkBe careful not to confuse possessives (as in/odys Clothes =tickets) with contraction Its It is. coat dress hat pair of shoes shirt pair of trousers skirt T-shirt
  • Complete the sentences with Can J have + a, an 4 Rewrite the sentences with possessives. or two. , He is Jamie. This is his suitcase. 1 Can J have an espresso, please? This is lamies suitcase. , _ _ _ cappuccino, please? , Shes Dorota. Thats her baby. 3 _ _ _ chicken salad, please? Thats 4 _ _ _ iced coffees, please? 3 Hes Placido. Theyre his daughters. 5 _ _ _ mineral water, please? Theyre 6 _ _ _ pieces of cake, please? 4 Thats Jay. That is his restaurant. Thats2 Put these lines in the correct order to make a 5 Hes Michael. Theyre his friends. conversation. Theyre !Thats £4.55, please. 6 Shes Lillian. Hes her brother. IYes. Can I have a chicken sandwich and an Hes espresso, please. 7 This is Pat. They are her children. ITake away. Theyre I No, thank you. 8 Hes my Dad. Thats his cafe. [ 1 I Good morning. Can I help you? Thats [ I Eat in or take away? I ICertainly. Anything else? 5 Add four more possessives to this email.3 Underline the correct word in each sentence. 1 A: Whats thisAhatAheseAhose near your bed? B: Its my new top. 2 A: How much are thisAhatAheseAhose shirts here? How are you? Whats your news? B: Theyre (12.99 each. Our house is very busy. Anns mother - Hilda 3 A: Here you are. - is here. Shes in Paul bedroom. Paul is in B: Whats thisAhatAhese/ those? Tom bedroom with Tom. They arent happy. Bob - Hilda husband - isnt here. Hes at home with A: Its a present. Happy birthday! Hilda dog! 4 A: What are thisAhatAheseAhose sandwiches on that table? See you soon, Jay B: Theyre chicken. s A: Wheres my car? B: Is thisAhatAheseAhose your car in the car park? A: No, it isnt. My car is blue. 6 Rearrange the letters to make a word. 6 A: Who are this,thatAheseAhose people in that t Whats your favourite tsrtuoenor? restaurant cafe? 2 Can I have a opocucnic, please? c_ _ __ B: Theyre my friends. 3 How much is that pair of rotressu? t_ __ 4 Are those o/ppee your friends? p, _ _ __ 5 Excuse me, where is the ortni ontsiot? 6 -- -- bottle of limenor rowet? How much is a m_ _ w_ _ 7 That genoor skirt is nice. 0 _ __ 8 Marges dhlcnrie are in the cafe. c_ _ _ . 9 Can I have an cedi efofce. please? - -- - to Is that Sharons elbak gba? b_ _ b_ _
  • Lead-in1 a Match the places 1-5 with the words in the box. ( South north west east centre ) 1 Darwin - 4 Adelaide - 2 Perth - 5 Alice Springs = 3 Brisbane = b . . listen and check your answers. Repeat the sentences.2 Talk about your country. What cities are in the north, south, east, west and centre of the country? Malago is in the north of Spain.3 a Which photos B-O match these words? cjty ~~~_ countryside _~~~ coast _~~~ b Match the words in the box to the places above. buildings trees a river a beach a road the sea c I1EI listen and check your answers.4 a Add more words for each place. Ask your teacher or use a dictionary. b Work in pairs. Talk about the photos. A: What s in photo 8? B: A hill, a river and ..
  • give a simple description of a place NewquavReading1 a Work in pairs. What is your favourite place b I1D Close your books and listen. When you for a holiday? Tell you r partner. hear the beep, say the next word . My favourite place for a holiday is the south of My favourite place for a holiday is Cornwall. France. Cornwall is in the south-west of (beep) b Read the text. label the map with the Students: .. . England. underlined places in the text. Speaking My favourite place for a holiday is Cornwall. Cornwall is in the south- 3 a look at the list. What is important for a good west of England. The coast and the holiday? Choose three things. countryside are very beautiful and the beaches are great. great beaches beautiful countryside There are two famous castles in Cornwall. Tintagel good food great tourist attractions Castle is in the north of Cornwall and Pendennis good theatres and museums Castle is in the south. good shops beautiful buildings Theres a great art gallery in the west of Cornwall. Its calted Tate 5t Ives. b Read the How to ... box. There is a new tourist attraction in sou th -east Cornwall. Its calted The Eden Project. Its near Bodmin. There are plants from alt over the world. give an opinion Theres a beautiful outdoor theatre in the west of I think ... Cornwall. Its called the Minack Theatre. I think beautiful beaches are important (for a good holiday).2 a Answer the questions. 1 Where is Cornwall? c Work in pairs. What is important for a good 2 Where are the famous castles? holiday? 3 What is Tate 5t Ives? 4 What is The Eden Project? 5 Where is the Minack Theatre?
  • Grammar I there is/are Vocabulary I same, a tot of4 a look at the text agai n. Circle all the 6 a Match the sentences to the pictures. examples of theres, there is and there are. a There are some people in the theatre. b Complete the Active gra mmar box with is or b There are a lot of people in the theatre. are. c Theres one person in the theatre. Active grammar There s a great gallery. There (- ) a theatre. There two famous castles. four great hotels. b I D Listen and check your answers. see Reference page 57 Repeat.5 a Complete the sentences with Theres or 7 a look at the chart. Complete the sentences. There are. 1 Theres a famous castle in Edinburgh. Newchesler 2 a beautiful beach in Barcelona. Cinemas •••••••• J good restaurantsin Sao Paolo. Galleries ••••••• 4 beautiful beaches in Greece. lakes • 5 nice hotels in New York. Shops •••••••••••••••••••• 6 a spice market in Istanbul. Restaurants ••••••••••••••••••• 7 good museums in london. Rivers • 8 a famous mountain near Tokyo. b look at the map of Los Angeles. Ta lk abou t 1 There are some galleries in Newchester. the tourist attractions. 2 _____ restaurants in Newchester. 3 _____ river in Newchester. 4 _____ lake in Newchester. San Anlonio~ -+ Mounlaon . - 5 _____ shops in Newchester. 6 _____ cinemas in Newchester.--.." Roo;<! Bowl Markel b Add the followi ng adjectives to each sentence in Ex. 7a in the correct place. ( mee good beautiful big great mOdern ) There are some nice galleries in Newchester. Writing 8 Make notes about your favourite place for a holiday. Tell your partner. There are a lot of good restaurants in the centre of town. 9 a look at the Writing bank on page 127. There are two airports in Los Angeles. Los b Write a description of you r favourite place Angeles International Airport is in the west. Long for a holiday. Beach Airport is ...
  • ask for and understand basic information about a new townVocabulary I prepositions of place Listening1 a Match the preposi tions in the box to the 2 a D I Listen to people in t he Royal Hotel aski pict ures a-h. for di rections. Complete a-e in t he map below. b Listen again and look at the map. Are these under opposite in on in front of near next to behind sentences true mor false (F)? Correct the false sentences. 1 There are two cafes near the hotel. IrJ• c 2 There is a restaurant next to the b train station. D d 3 There arent any banks near the hotel. D 4 The bank is open today. D 5 The cathedral and the museum are tourist attractions. D• g 6 Theres a gallery in the squa re. D h 3 a Read the How to ... box. r eceive good and bad n ews Good news: Good! Great! b Look at the map of the town square below. Complete the sentences. 1 The newsagent is _ _ the hotel. Oh no! 2 The cafe is the train station. 3 The chemist is the Italian restaurant. 4 The cinema is behind the town square. S The department store is _ _ the chemist. b Work in pa irs. Give and receive the news below. c I D Listen and check your answers. Cover 1 Your hotel room is very big/small/nice. the sentences and talk about the town square. 2 The gallery is open/closed/great/awful. Rio Cinema b) Royal Hotel Giacomos (Italian restaurant) Chemist c) Fountain d) Train Town square station Laceys(Department store)
  • Grammar 1 There isnt/arent any; Vocabulary I nationalitiesIs/Are there any ... ? 7 a Write a country for each word in italics.4 Complete the Active grammar box with is, isnt, 1 a French restaurant 4 an Indian restaurant are or arent. 2 an Italian restaurant 5 a Chinese restaurant 3 an English restaurant Active grammar b Match the types of restaurants 1-5 to the 0: There isnt a bus stop near here. restaurant names below. eflb3 ry~M · (is not) -- 0 : There --- any galleries near WONG 11 · (are not) here. G :_ · there a bank near here? l{in,!l Ilenr»$ Yes there is. No, there o :Are there any hotels near here? Tlie Taj Malia[ Yes, there No, there LA SPIGA any: use any for plurals in negatives and questions with there is/are c ... Listen and check you r answers. 8 a Add more countries and nationalities to the see Reference page 57 chart below. Use your dictionary.5 look at the map on page 52 again. Complete Country Nationality the sentences with There isnt/arent. England English 1 There arent any bus stops in the square. Scotland 2 _____ a supermarket in the square. Irish 3 _____ car parks in the square. Wales 4 _____ a market in the square. 5 _____ a cinema in the square. b Work in pairs. Discuss the questions. Use 6 _____ any galleries in the square. nat ionalities in your answers. What is your favourite kind of food / restaurant /6 a Write questions for your partner about hisj music? her home town . 1 good cinemas My favourite kind of food is Italian. 2 big museum 3 nice department stores Speaking 4 palace 9 Work in pairs. 5 modern supermarkets Student A: You are a hotel receptionist. look at 6 popula r galleries page 111. Are there any good cinemas in your home Student B: You are a hotel guest. look at town? page 114. Ask questions with /s there a ... near b Work in pai rs. Ask and answer the questions here? or Are there any ... near here?Complete the in Ex. 6a. chart. A: Are there any good cinemas in your home B: Are there any cafes near here? town? A: Yes, there are. Theres a cafe next to the B: Yes, there are. There are a lot of good cinemas. newsagents and theres a cafe ...
  • A1 English + 09:00 - 11:00 Course 172: A1 English + 14:00 - 17:00 A1 English + 19:00 - 21 :00 A1 English + 09:00 - 12:00 A1 English + 18:00 - 20:00 A1 English + 14:00 - 16:00 A1 English + 10:00 - 12:00 A1 English + 13:00 - 15:00Vocabulary I abilities b IJD listen to part 2 of the conversation. Write Yes1 a look at the brochure above. Match a symbol to a word / phrase in or No next to each activity the box. for Yanda. 1 drive cook play golf drive play the piano swim use a computer sing dance 2 swim 3 play golf 4 cook b Work in pairs. Point to a symbol. Your partner says the word/ 5 use a computer _ _ phrase. 6 dance 7 singListening 8 play the piano2 a OJ listen to Patricia and James. Complete the information c listen again . Check your about Yanda. answers. Which courses are good for Yanda? Name: Yanda From: Augsburg in _ _ . Relationship to James: _ _ English level: _ _ d Which courses are good for you? 3 Read the How to •.. box. Greet your partner. greet a friend A: How are you? B: Fine/OK;Not bad, thanks. And you? A: Fine/OK;Not bad, thanks.
  • Grammar I can/cant Vocabulary I telling the time4 Complete the Active grammar box with can or 7 l11li Listen and repeat the times. can t. a d Active grammar b e o: l(you/ swim. 0: he/she/ : wefthey .<IIl1... play golf. c f 0 : l(you/he/she/ cook? . . we/they donce? 8 a Say a time from the brochure in Ex. la. Your partner tells you the course. Yes, l/you/he/shejwe/they can. No, l/you/he/she/weAhey cant. A: From two 0 clock in the afternoon to four 0 clock in the afternoon. S: Course 176. see Reference page 57 b What time are your English lessons?5 a Write the sentences. 1 (They I X I dance) They cant dance. Speaking 2 (you I swim?) ---? (He I ,/ /speak Italian) 9 look at the job adverts. Talk to your 3 classmates. Find one person for each job. 4 (she I drive?) ---? 5 (yo u I play golf?) ---? 6 0/ ~ I play the piano) 7 (!Ne I ./ I cook) 8 (they I use a computer?) ---? b Ask your partner questions with the words from Ex. ta. A: Can you drive? B: Yes, f can. A: Can you dance? B: Yes, I can. Pronunciation A: Can you play the piano? 6 a OlD listen. Tick the word you hear. B: Yes, I can. But I cant sing . can cant A: Oh no! can cant 1 0 0 4 0 0 20 0 5 0 0 3 0 0 6 0 0 b listen again. Write the sentences. c Talk about the languages a) you b) your friends / family can speak. I can speak (some/good) German and French. I cant speak Italian or Spanish. My brother can speak Spanish. CHEF NEEDED
  • 1 a What is a Bed and Breakfast (8&8)? b Work in pairs. Say the times. b Work in pairs. Match the words in the box to • 03·30 e 19:10 b 17: 15 f 19:45 i 08:15 09:35 m 10:10 21:40 the letters a-f in the picture . C 20:45 g 06:20 k 14:25 0 12:15 " blanket shower towels fridge kettle d 11:30 h 13: 0 5 04:55 television 4 a You are the owner of a 8&8 with one room. c OlD Listen to the conversation. Check your Complete the detai ls about your 8&8 room answers. below. Write yes (Y) or no (N). d Close your books. What can you remember Room (Y) (N) Where? about the bedroom? Dou ble bed? There are some towels on the bed. En·suite? 2 Liste n to the conversation again . What time is Television? a) brea kfast b) checkout? Extra blanket? Towels? 3 a CJIIJ Look at the clock. Listen and repeat. Kettle? Fridge? five to five past (other?) ten to 11 l ten past b Work in pairs. Welcome your partner to your 8&8. Show your partner the room. Tell him / her 10 • ~ the times for brea kfast and checkout. quarter t - 9 3- uarter past Lifelong learning 8 4 twenty to 7 ~ twenty past Remember words t oget her You ca n write and remem ber some new words in phrases. Phrases are often more useful than twenty-five to half past twenty· five past single words. a double bed an en ·suite bat hroom an ~tra blanketII
  • 5 .ReferenceThere is/are - -., 0 I speak English? r Theres museum neDr you say hello in Japanese? here. 0 There is a/an gal/ery near Can he/she/it read a book in Russian? 0 There isnt here. we write an email in Italian? 0 There are two they some cofes near here. a lot of galleries in town. Yes, /lyou/he/she/it/we/they can. museums in town. No, ffyou/he/she/it/we/they cant. 0 There oren t any 0 Is there a/an supermarket near Prepositions of place here? Yes, there is. No, there isnt 0 Are there any tourist attractions near here? Yes, there are. No, there oren t. in behind opposite underUse there is/isn tlare/oren t to say that somethingexists or does nt exist in a place.some/a lot oj/any an in front of next to nearUse some and a lot ofin affirmative sentences withThere are + plural nouns. Telling the timeThere are some cafes near the bank.A loto{::: a large number.T are a lot of people in the bank. here six 0 clock quarter past six twenty taUse any in negative sentences and questions with sevenplurals.There aren t any hotels in this town.Are there any markets in this town? ten past six half past six quorter to sevencan/cant .=: K ey vocabulary t Nationalities speak English. You American Argentine / Argentinian o can say hello in Japanese. Australian Brazilian British He/Shetlt o cant read a book in Russian. Chinese French German Greek Ind ian Italian Japanese Mexican Polish We write an email in Italian. Russian Spanish Turkish They Abilities cook dance drive play golf play the piano si ng swim use a computerUse can and cant before he verb to show ability
  • Underline the correct word or words. 4 Correct the mistakes. My office is in the centre of town. There (1) isAJre t I cant to use a computer. a nice cafe near the office and there (2) isjue Jcant use a computer. two good restaurants, too. There are (J) a~ome :2 They can plays the piano. beautiful buildings in the north of the city and there are (4) a,b lot of tourist attractions in the 3 Can she cooks Italian food? south of the city. There (oj) is,tJre a great museum in the west of the city and there are (6) one/some 4 A: Can you drive? B: No, I can. nice hotels in the east. 2 Put the words in the correct order. 5 We Sing can but we dance cant. t any your Are theatres town? in there Are there any theatres in your town? 6 drive you Can? 2 here. isnt nice There restaurant a near 7 Hes only 6 years old but he cans play golf.I 3 hotel nice There is house. near my a 8 A: Can your dog swim? B: Yes, he cant. 4 a ;n Barcelona? there Is beach 5 Complete the sentences with the words in the box. ? 5 a of the ;n lot cinema. are There any some French blanket under people oclock use play past quarter 6 arent here. any galleries There near t A: Whats the time? B: Its ten past nine. 7 museums Are this near hotel? there :2 Theres a really good _ __ restaurant on any the High Street. ? 3 A: Wheres my mobile phone? 8 next There cafe. ;s to a chemist B: Its on the table that book. this 4 Are there people in the cinema? 5 Can you a computer? 6 Breakfast is from eight to half past 3 Write questions and answers with there. ten. 1 A: Is there an Italian restaurant near here? 7 There are people in the garden. Who (Italian restaurant/near here) are they? B: Yes, there is. (Yes) 8 He cant golf but she can. :2 A: Are there a Jat afpeapJe in your hotel? (a lot 9 A: Whats the time? of people / in your hotel) B: Its to four. B: No. there arent. (No) 10 Is there an extra _ _ _ in the room? 3 A: ? (car park/ in front of the hotel) B, . (No) 4 A: - ,_ _ _ ? (good galleries/ near your hotel) B, _ _ _ . (Yes) 5 A: ? (Indian restaurant/on this street) B, _ _ _ .(No) 6 A: ? (beautiful people/in your office) B, _ _ _ . (Yes)
  • Lead-in1 a look at the adjectives in the box. Check the meaning in a dictionary. th in good-looking tall fat short not intelligent happy ugly young rich old poor sad intelligent b all Listen and repeat. c Test your partner. Say a word. Your partner says the opposite . A: Short. B: Tall.2 a Put the sentences in the box in the correct place. Hes not very rich. Hes rich. Hes very rich. Hes quite rich. o 0 0 He s quire rich. b Talk about the people in the photos. Use the adjectives with very, quite or not vel}.3 Talk about famous people with your partner. A: Jude Law is very good·/ooking. B: Yes, he is.
  • - Listening Grammar 1 I Present Simple (1), I like 1 a The woman in the picture 2 a Complete the Active grammar box with do or dont. look at is called Cynthia. Write five tapescript 6.2 on page 147 to help you . questions for her. Where are you {rom? Active grammar b lID Lislen. Can you answer any of your o like German cars. questions? o dont like Irish music. c Listen again. What does o you like football? Cynthia like? Draw . or . Yes,I _ _ " No,I _ _ " next to each word/phrase below. 1 Dublin see Reference page 67 2 Irish music b Complete more sentences for Cynthia. 3 Brazilian music 1 (. Rio) I like Rio. 4 half past nine in the 2 (0 chicken) I dont /ike chicken. morning 3 ( London) _ __ e 5 football 4 (. yellow and green) _ _ __ 6 AC Milan football team 5 (0 Mondays) _ _ __ 7 American food 6 (. Spanish films) _ _ __ 8 Indian food 7 (0 Manchester United) _ _ __ ,. 9 German cars Italian fashion 8 c (0 six oclock in the morning) _ __ Write questions for each of the sentences above. 1 Do you like Rio? Pronunciation 3 a lID Listen. Write the questions. 1 Do you like Italian food? b Listen again. Repeat.II
  • IIISpeaking c Complete the chart with the words in italics from Ex. sa.4 a Write one thing/person you like and one thingl person you dont like for each category below. SUBJECT PRONOUN OBJECT PRONOUN • food • football teams 1 -- • music • colours • famous people • cars you -- • time of day • places h. - - food: like - Italian food dont like = salad ,h. -- b Tell your partner. ;1 -- w. f like Italian food. f don t like solad. they " -- c Ask your partner questions with your things! people from Ex. 4a. 6 a Work in pairs. Do you like Italian food? Student A: look at the list below. Student B: look at the list on page 112 .Grammar 2 I me, you, him, her, it, us, them , George Bush 5 instant coffee5 a Match a sentence a-f to a picture 1-6. , Angelina Jolie 6 Bill and Hillary a I dont li ke her. 3 beautiful beaches Clinton b De )61:1 like fIIe? 4 department stores 7 golf c I like them. Read your list to your partner. Your partner says d I dont like him. f like/dont like + object pronoun. e I like you. A: Tony Blair. f I like it. B: I dont like him. b Read the How to ... box. , 4 say when you dont understand A: Sa/rna Hayek? B: Sorry?JPardon?;Whos Salma Hayek? A: Shes on actor. B: Oh. yes. I like her. Do you like me? c Say more people and things to your partner. , 5 Your partner says f like/dont like + object pronoun. Speaking 7 a Write eight new questions. Use: Do you like ... ? Who s,IWhat 5 your favourite ... ? b Do a 60-second interview with your pa rtner. 3 6 Use your questions from Ex. 7a. b CD listen and check.
  • Making friends Present Simple (2) weAhey; Who questions start and continue a conversation with someone you dont knowVocabulary I jobs an d act ivities1 a Match the pictures a-f to the jobs in the box. architect sales rep. designer reporter chef builder Listening 3 a I D listen . Match jobs from Ex. 1a to the people in the photo. b listen again. Mark the sentences true mor false (Fl. Sharon and Pat a - designer 1 They live in Ireland. 2 They are on business. b Write a verb from the box below in each gap. 3 They design shops and office buildings. sell write build cook design (X2) Catherine and Anthony 4 They are on holiday. t What do architects do? 5 They live in Canada. They design buildings, for example houses and 6 They are sales reps. shops. What do sales reps do? 2 Grammar 1 I Present Simple (2) we;they They _ _ things, for example computers and books. 4 a Complete the Active gram mar box with do or 3 What do designers do? dont. They _ _ things, for example clothes and shoes. + What do reporters do? Active grammar They _ _ articles, for example newspaper 0 : we/They design houses. articles. 0 : We/They - - live in Canada. G : Do I wefthey I sell 5 What do chefs do? computers? They _ _ food, for example Chinese food -" and Italian food. Yes, wefthey __ . I Na, wefthey __ . 6 What do builders do? They _ _ buildin gs, for e)(ample houses see Reference page 67 and shops. b Are the sentences below true for you? Write c l1li listen and check. yes (Y) or no (N) next to the sentences.2 a Add another example for each answer above. 1 I like American films. + I live near this school 2 I like Italian food. 5 I like football. Architects design restaurants, too. 3 J like British mu sic. 6 I live in London. b Ask a question from Ex. lb. Your partner gives the answer. c Work in pairs. Make sentences about you and your partner. We dont like American films.
  • Reading 8 a Read the magazine article. Co mplete the details. Name: Martin Name: Clarissa lob: _ _ lob: _ _ Age: _ _ Age: _ _Grammar 2 I Wh- qu estions Clarissa Hanson and5 Co mplete the Active grammar box with Who, Martin Dolan are What or Where. best friends. Read our imerview wi th them. Active grammar Howald al- }Oll: Clarissa: Hes 23 and Im What do you do? over Sixty. do you work;live? What do ),ou do, Martin: Im an accountant do you sell/design/write? and shes an actor. Were best do you work for? friends. Hoy. In OIJ th lme see Reference page 67 Clari!>sa Were the same in a lot of ways. We li ke good conversation. good food, good films. Were6 Write questions from the Active grammar box for not ricb but were no t poor. each answer below. Martin: Were quite intelligent. We like galleries. A, B Im a sales rep. , museums, t.h at kind of thing. 1 What do ~au do? , A, What do ~ou write? B: I write articles. Hov. Ire }OU diflen~nt1 3 A, ? B, I work in Paris. Martm: Im young and Clarissa is ... 4 A, ? B, I work for GT Designs. Clarissa: ... Im young-at-heart~ A, ? B I design cars. , 5 6 A, , B, Im a chef. 7 A, ? B, I live in Zurich. b Read t he article again. Write Clarissa (e), 8 A, ? B, I sell books. Martin (M) or not Clarissa/Martin (N) next to each adjective below.7 Work in pairs. Read the How to ... box. Ask your 1 rich N 3 intelligent 5 young·at·heart partner questions from the Active grammar box. 2 young 4 poor show interest Speaking A: What do you do? 9 Work in groups of four as two pairs. B: Im a builder/designer/sales rep., etc. Students A and B: read you r details on page 110. A: Oh really?/ Great! What do you build/ Students C and D: read your details on page 112. design/sell, etc.? You are in a restaurant. Have a conversation with the other pair. Ask questions like this: Where are you {rom? What do you do?
  • Daily routinesGrammar Present Simple (J) he/shejit talk about the routines of people you know Vocabulary I verbs of routine 1 a Read the sentences. Write the correct underlined verb phrase under each picture. t I start work at half past seven in the morning. 2 I dont have a shower every day. 3 I eat salad every day. 4 I ill.!m at eleven oclock. S I dont watch TV. Reading 6 I eat fast food for breakfast. 2 a Work in pai rs. l ook at the phot os above. 7 I finish work at nine odock. Guess who says the sentences in Ex. l ao 8 I dont go to bed ea rly. I think Adam says sentence 1. b b Read the text. Check you r answers. £Loin,. " ""t ..... ri£rui. 5h.t.t,o.~~. SIne.., p.oot W shLlj: c ~ """_ salruI. wwt d.wt- Sn.e. ~n. "" jo» ood ond on.. d.oe.Gn.~ w-akh. TV. "f~ lEi ItUt ~ a.nd. h.e.., o.l.H.Itu. ~<; ~onon. ond ""t~. 11.._ jo» ood "" ~ ""t dD..t. II.. do«n., uw<. ~ ono- ""t dD..t. ~ lEi rnJt cw.rd·. 9,£,, 0. ,o.l£.6 rtp.. Sh.e, sW.rl-G w-o("~ ai- h..o.4- ~ ,ww. in. ~ ~ a.ru:l. <;u>.. ~h.e6 ~ ai- n.i..n.e.. (). c.J..o.ck. in. fu.e, ~ Sh.e,, n.o4-- 0. ~ ~C)(I.,. Ado.m.. lEi 0.1l.lA..Gi.ci.a.n.. "~~ up. ai- e..l.ww. ().c.l..ock. in. fu.e, ~ a.nd. h.e.. ~ i-o- ~ ai- i-wo- ().c.l..ock. in. fu.e, ~ ~, ~ vVIf ~_ Wiio ~K - n,.o <;ood.~ ~ond hL, m.It h.J.4G00nd. 1 ~ hlm..! c Answer the questions with Yes, he/she does or No, he/she doesn t. t Does Frank have a shower every day? No, he doesn t. 2 Does Adam get up at eight oclock? b Change th e se ntences in Ex. l a to make 3 Does Elaine eat fast food? t hem true fo r you. Tell your pa rt ner. 4 Does Roberta start work at half past seven? 1 I get up at half past seven every day. 5 Does Frank eat fast food for breakfast? 6 Does Elaine watch TV?II
  • Speaking 5 a Complete each sentence below with the name of a friend / family member. , _ _ is my best friend. , _ _ is very intelligent. 3 _ _ is very good· looking. 4 IloveGranunar I Present Simple (J) he/she/it b Make notes about each3 look at the text again and complete the Active grammar box. person above. • What does he/she do? (e.g. hes a teacher) Active grammar • What adjectives describe him/her (e.g. shes young, 0 : He/Shet7t start.... work at half past seven. happy) · finish_ work at nine o clock · • What are his/he r routines? o : He/She/lt - - eat fast food. (e.g. he gets up at eight · · - - like salad. oclock) . : Does he getup at nine? c Tell your partner about -.· she have breakfast early? these people. · A: Whos Erik? : Yes. hejshe/it does. No, he/she/it doesnt. o ~ He/She/lt I has Ia shower every day. B: Hes my father. Hes very intefligent. Hes a soles rep. Hes quite short. He gets up at ... see Reference page 674 a Complete the text with a verb in the correct form. Listening e have start get like wetlt finish watch eat ) 6 a l1li listen to Adams song. Write all the verbs you hear.Iv+j bt.~t friend i~ Ya~min. 5I1t & a c.htf in a f>panisn fe&taurant. i>he (I) works b listen again and check.In the evening w she (2) up around ten or eleven odol:.1:: in c Work in pairs. 00 you likethe morning. Jht (3) breaKfast and lunch together - its c.ae.d the song? Write more linesbro",h·. ,*" (4) 1V in h, aft,rnoon and .n, (S) ---c::--- for the song.lion: around four adot::. 5he (II) dinner at tIor::. ~e tr) fIor:: around midnight. 5he (5) her job but Writingfie dont mut - snes altlil(s at tIol1::! 7 a Look at the Writing bank on page 128. b Complete the sentences below with the correct form of the words in bold. b Write a letter to a friend. 1 He doesnt.likl:. this music. not like Tell him/ her about your life , _ _ they _ _ here? work now. ) What he ? do 4 Sa rah _ _ _ _ a lot of emails. not write S What time Mo work? finish 6 _ _ you _ _ work early? start 7 Paul and 1 _ _ _ _ to bed early. not go 0 8 What she ? write
  • 61Communication www.findanicepresent.com1 a Look at the word s in the box. Tick (.I) the words you know. book DVD MP3 player tie bag "owers suitcase travel iron sau cepans wallet CD cookery book candles pen b Match nine words in the box t o the pictures on the website. e C>•• ~ 0 tZtl- ---· .- ) Name? Age? Occupafton? IRe porter Company? Newstim e Maga zine Work long hours? Married? Have children? Travel a lot? ~~ Can cook? Watch a lot of films? listen to a lot of music ?2 aD Listen to part 1 of the conversation. What b Find a new partn er. is the problem? Student A: close your book. Think or a friend. Student B: look at the findanicepresent chart on3 a look at the website above. Check the new page 11 3. Ask questions from you r chart. Find a words in a dictionary. good present for Student As friend. b lID listen to part 2 of the conversation. Complete the website for Josefs friend, Nisha. Lifelong learning Write yes (Y) or no (N) . Review, review and review again C Look at the findanicepresent chart on page Its very important to revise. Before every 113. What are the three presents for Nisha? lesson, look at grammar and vocabulary from your last lessons.4 a Work in pai rs. Add two questions and four presents to the chart.
  • 6 ReferenceThe Present Simple For verbs ending in -ch, -sh. -55 and -0, add -es to the verb with he, she and it: He/She/lt watches Have is irregular: He/She;1t has 0 live I have breakfast. Yau wark Yau go to work. He in Munich. We finish worle early. live~ She near my brother. work~ They watch Tv. It next to a cinema. He has breakfast. We live She goes to worle. They work It finishes worle eorly. wotches Tv.With he, she and it. add -5 to the verb. 0 Object pronouns I like Object pronouns are the object of a verb. They (orne dont Yau eat after the verb. He chicken. like SUBJEO PRONOUNS DBIEO PRONOUNS She doesnt coffee. eat l!;oufhe/Shefit/we/lhey me/youtflimftlerfit/ It sOlad. us,hhem We like dont lUke )QM. We like him. They eat Do you like !M.? He likes her. She likes g. They like us. I like them. o Do t design Key vocabulary yau write Adjectives he tall short ugly rich not intelligent Does books? design poor happy sad fat thin young she magazines ? write old good-looking intelligent it Jobs and activities Da we design architects design buildings they write builders build building designers design things Yes, l/you/we/they do. chefs cook food Yes, he/She,lit does. reporters write articles No, l/you/we/they dont. sales reps sell things No, he/she,lit doesnt. Verbs of routine What do you design? get up go to bed have breakfast Where do you live? have a shower start work finish work Who do you like? watch TV eat salad Use not very to make negative descriptions more polite: Shes not very intelligent. Theyre not very rich .
  • Complete the conversation with f like, I dont 4 Put the verb in brackets into the correct form. like or Do you like. .Q. a A: (t) Do you like American music? B: No, I dont. But (2) _ _ British music. A: Really? (3) _ _ Coldplay? B: Theyre OK but theyre not my favourite. How are you? Im fine but my new flalmale is a (4) _ _ Radiohead and Gorrillaz. problem. His name is Oscar. Hes a designer. A: (5) _ _ Radiohead, but (6) _ _ Oasis He ( 1) designs (design/.I ) shoes. He and U2. (2) (get up/.I ) at11 oclock every day. B: Yes, U2 are great but they arent British. He (3) (have a shower/X). He Theyre Irish. (4) (eat/X) breakfast but he A: I know. (7) _ _ Irish music - U2, Gemma (5) (watch/,! ) TV for two or three Hayes, etc. (8) _ _ Bruce Springsteen? hours. Then he (6) (start! .I) work at about two oclock in the afternoon. He B: Yes, I do. Hes great. (7) (workl.K) in an office - he A: Hes American - so you like American music! (6) (work/.I ) from home. He (9) (finish/.I ) work at about six2 Complete each sentence or question with an oclock. Thats just four hours! He object pronoun: me, you, him, her, it, us or (10) (901! ) to bed at three oclock in them. themoming. 1 Shes really nice. Do you like her? What can I do? 2 I dont like this programme. Do you like l ove, Julia ? 3 Bill and Jenny arent my friends. I dont like 4 I really like him but I dont think he likes 5 Write complete sentences. , l/ not like/ French food. 5 You are great! I think he likes _ _ . I dont like French [ood. 6 Hes my friend. I like _ _ . , She/get up/at 8 oclock 7 We like them but do they like _ _ ? 3 They/start work/early? Complete each question with What, Where or Who. t A: Where do you live? • Thomas/not eat/salad . B: In the centre of Glasgow. S Clara/watch TV/every day? 2 A: _ _ do you work for? B: A small software company. 6 Paul and I/ write / articles for Newsmag. 3 A: _ _ doyoudo? B: Im a sales rep. 7 Where/ lorra i ne / Iive? 4 A: _ _ do you sell? B: I sell computer software. 8 Jo and lan/ not go to bed / late. 5 A: _ _ do you work? B: In Edinburgh. 6 A: _ _ do you design? 6 Match a verb 1-8 to a word or phrase a-h. B: I design clothes. , cook a a shower , watch b in an office 3 finish ( TV • s have design d work at 10 odock e to bed late 6 go f Indian food 7 work g in a small house 8 live h shoes
  • Lead-in 1 a What can you see in the photos?- b Match a word in the box to one of the photos/pictures A-H. office factory call centre shop hospital university school restaurant 2 a Match a person 1-8 below to a place A-H above. , a waiter 5 a sales assistant , a PA (personal assistant) 6 a lecturer 3 a factory worker 7 a call centre worker 4 a nurse 8 a teacher b _ Listen and check. c ID Listen. Who is he / she? Where does he/ she work? 1 Shes a sales assistant. She works in a shop. 2 Shes a . She works _ _ __ 3 Hes a · He works 4 Hes a · He works 5 Shes a . She works 6 Hes a · He works 7 Hes a · He works 8 Shes a . She works
  • GrammarCan do Listening and vocabulary Grammar I imperat ives 1 a Look at the pictures above. Who are the 2 Write a verb from Ex. lC in the Active grammar people? Where are they? box. b . . . Listen. Answer the questions. t What is the mans name? Active grammar What is the womans name? 2 3 What is the boys name? 0: Be quiet. : _ _ at page 45. c Listen again. Write a conversation number next to each phrase below. o : Dont _ _ in. : Dont down. Phrase Conversation a Please sit down. ~ Use please to make an imperative polite. b Hold the line, please. Please be quiet. Please dont look at my , Be quiet. emoils. d Turn off your mobile phone. e Listen to the conversation. see Reference page 77 Look at page 32. 3 Put a word/phrase from each box into the g Come in. correct gap. d Match a phrase a-g above to a picture 1-7 below. ( Turn off De,,! Be Speak use ) Our English class (t) Dont be late. (2) _ _ English in class. (]) _ _ your mobile phone. (4) _ _ a good dictionary. ( dont get up eat dont eat dont watch ) Hi David Please (s) _ _ late and (6) _ _ TV all day. And please (7) _ _ a sandwich or salad for lunch. (8) _ _ chocolate! Thanks! Mum
  • 4 IZI Work in pairs. Listen. Match an Reading announcement/ imperat ive to a place a-e below. 7 Read the text. Answer the qu estions. a hospital b shop t airport d restaurant 1 Wha t time does Tim start work? e school 2 What does Tim do between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m.?5 Write im peratives for a) How to learn Engli sh , 3 Where does Tim have lunch? and b) How to succeed at work. + What does Tim do bet ween 3.30 p.m. and l earn English 6 p.m.? 5 What time does Tim fi nish work? 1 Speak English every day. 6 When does Tim have a long holiday?Speaking Tim Clarke - a teacher in the UK6 a Read the How to ... box. I get up at quarter to seven in the morning. I have a shower. I have make a business phone call breakfast and I go to B: Hello. Parkside School. school. I start work at A: Can /speak to Mrs Fisher, please? eight oclock. I look al B: Hold the line. please. students hooks and C: Hello. Alice Fish er. prepare lessons. I A: Hello, Mrs Fisher. My nomes Jake Parker./ teach from nine oclock to hall past twelve. It s Jake. I have lunch in my classroom _ a sandwich Use My names for people you dont know. or a salad. Use Its for people you know. In the afternoon I teach from hall past one to half past three. After school, I teach b Wo rk in groups of three. Practise pho ne football or I work in my classroom. I go calls. Use th e names be low. home at six oclock and I have ..J. __ _ ~u~r. 1 Company" JK Designs Mer dinner, I look at students books and A = Paul Walker B "" PA prepare lessons. I finish work at half past C:: John Keen nine in the evening. Teachers work a 101 but 2 Company" Bodgit Builders we have a long holiday in July* and August. A = Angelo Romano B == PA * for help with months look at Ex. 8a C = Sally Wood 3 Company"" Renzo Rogers Architects A = Helen Davis B,.,. PA Vocabulary I months C" Eduardo Medina Sa . . Read the months and li sten. Mark the stress, Lifelong learning lillluary February March April May June July August Try your English in the real world September October November Dece mber Sometimes its a good idea to try your English b listen again and re peat. in the real world. For example, phone a hotel in the UK and ask for prices. c look at the calendar pictures of the UK on page 111 . Guess th e month. What other examples can you think of? d Work in pairs. Co mplete th e sentences with months. Explain your reasons. 1 My favourite month is ... 2 I dont like ... My favourite month is June. Its not cold and its not very hot.
  • Do you give presentations? adverbs of frequency say how often you do somethingVocabulary I work phrases Listening1 a What jobs can you remember? Write a list. 2 a ID listen to the Whats your job? game. Tick yes (Y) or no (N) in the table below. b look at these work phrases. Match each phrase to a picture 1-10. have meetings work outdoors travel abroad work from home call customers give presentations work from home j - take work home help people h~ve meetings answer the phone wri te reports give present~tions clill cus tomers write reports take work home trevel abroad answer the phone work ouldool5 help people b listen again. Complete the conversation below with the words and phrases in the box. always usually often sometimes not often not usually never H: OK, John. Are you ready? J: Yes, Im always ready! I love this game. H: Good. Lets start. Do you work from home? J: No, I _ _ work from home. H: Do you have meetings? J: Yes, but lla"Qt -_ _ L H: Do you give presentations? J: Yes, I _ _ give presentations. H: Do you can customers? J: No, _ _ .1 dont have customers. H: Do you write reports? J: Yes. 1do. 1_ _ write three or four reports a week. H: Do you take work home? J: No. maOl1_ _ H: 00 you travel abroad? J: No, 1_ _ travel abroad. H: Do you answer the phone? J: Yes, 1quite _ _ answer the phone. H: 00 you work outside? J: Yes, very _ _ . H: Do you help people? J: Yes. 1_ _ help people. H: Are you a teacher? C Think of one job for each wo rk phrase. J: No. Im not. work from home - artist H: Oh!! What is he?
  • IIGrammar I adverbs of frequency Writing3 look at the conversation in Ex. 2b again. 7 a Read the notes 1-3 below. Match each one Complete the Active grammar box. to a picture a-c. Active grammar o Hi 1/1..... e"" r ~pve~ "1 ff..c~ tN.! 100% always a.fte~~~ I 4ve a. ~etu..., a.t usually two ocloet=. ~, often so metimes Cr-1 not often/ not usually 0% never Warrert t) verb to be .. adverb of frequency 1m at hOme today. Cart YOll call 1_ _ _ ready! I love this game. me? I ~QI/e rOme qllertiortr for YOll. 2) adverb of frequency + ve rb Marty t~allkrj 1_ _ _ _ three or four reports a week. Piotr I dont usually take work home. see Reference page 77 IT] H.ell~ Liwy C""I yo,,", cow.e t~ .....y ~ce ",,-, ~dock?4 a Correct the mistakes. --r.oI""lks, 1 I work never from home. IV""I I never work (rom home. 2 She often doesnt travel abroad. 3 I take usually work home. 4 Always we call customers. 5 We write sometimes reports in the evening. 6 Never he works outdoors. 7 I dont give often presentations. 8 Always they call their customers. b Write sentences about your daily routines. Use a phrase from the box and an adverb of b Read the How to ... box. Then look at the list frequency. below and write a request note to Benita. get up go to bed start work finish work watch TV have a shower have (someth ing ror) breakfast/ lunch / dinner write a request note Start: Hello/Hi, Jay I usually get up at seven 0 clock. Request: Can you + reque st? Finish: Many thanks, + your Thanks,/ name.Pronunciation5 a I D listen. Write the sentences. b listen again. Repeat the se ntences. TO dOSpeaking J,..11"j. S4Iih4J(1 w"k CftH~ (1" .i;Jtll(1 GlI/M6 Work in pairs. emad to &mta - come to mlo((iu at 7 oclodt. Student A: choose a job. tomorrow mOfl1lnJ? Student B: ask questions. Guess Student As job.
  • Listening1 a Work in pairs. Remember the months of the 4 Read th e How to ... box. yea r. b . . listen and write on the calendar: write and say dates 1) today Write ·th after the number (but remember 1St, 2) Mr. Wus visit 2nd and 3rd!). 3) Mrs Kings visit 4) Miss Browns vi sit Write SY 5) Mr Rogers visit 1St September the first of September 2nd JulV the second of JulV2 Michelle welcomes Mr Rogers and his colleague )rd April the third of April to the office. Work in groups of three. Act out 15th January the fifteenth of January the conversation. Michelle: Hello, Mr Rogers. My names ... see Reference page 77Vocabulary I ordinal numbe rs 5 a Write a date in num bers. Your partner says3 a ID Look at the calendar again. listen and the date. repeat the ordinal numbers. 20/ 09 b Work in pairs. Look at the ordinal numbers the twentieth of September chart on page 77. Say the ordinal numbers. b Ask and an swer. A: When is your birthday? B: /ts on ...
  • Grammar I would like Listening and vocabulary6 a" Read and listen to the conversation. Complete the gaps. 9 a Match the words below to the pictures. Michelle: Please, come in. Sit down. What would soup fruit vegetables main courses you like (1) to drink? Tea? Coffee? desserts starters salad drinks snacks Mr Rogers: Id like a coffee, please. Ms Khan: Id (2) _ _ a cup of tea, please. Michelle: Would you like milk and sugar? Mr Rogers: No, thank you. Ms Khan: Milk, no sugar, please. Michelle: (3) _ _ you like a biscuit? Mr Rogers: Yes, please. Ms Khan: No, (4) _ _ you. b listen again and check. c Read the conversation aloud in groups of three.7 Complete the Active grammar box with would or d. Active grammar b OlD Listen to Michelle, Mr Rogers and Ms would like + noun Khan. Complete a-d on the map of the staff o : What would you like (to drink/ to eat)? canteen. : _ _ you like a coffee/a biscuit? : Yes, please. No, thank you. main course 0: 1_ _ like : ( d := would) a cup of tea. an orange juice. Would you like ... ? and Id like ... are polite. Do you want ... ? and I want ... are informal. d) _ _ a) _ _ see Reference page 778 Complete the conversations with phrases tram ... the Active grammar box. , A, What would k:0U like to drink? B, a coffee, please. , A, a cup of tea? B, /yes) 3 A, to eat? B, a sandwich, please. Speaking • A, B, biscuit? (No) 10 Work in pairs. 5 A, a coffee? Student A: you are a visitor. B, (No) Student B: welcome Student A to your office. 6 A, to drink? Offer drinks/ snacks. B, an orange juice, please. A: Hello Mrs Caprioti. My nome is Uri Osmon. B: Nice to meet you, Mr Osmon. A: Please, come in.
  • Take the lift to the third floor 5th Floor PAs 4th Floor Managers • • 31d Floor 3rd Floor d a LIFT 1 Work in pairs. Talk about the di,fferent floors of the building. A: What {loor are the soles reps on? B: Theyre on the third {foor. 2 a Who says the phrases below, the receptionist (r) or the visitor (v)? 1 Im here to see ... :2 How do you spell that? 3 Whats your name, please? 4 Take the lift to the third floor. S Thank you. 6 Youre welcome. 7 Do you have an appointment? b OlD listen and check your answers. What do left and right mean? 3 listen again. Match the places 1-4 below to the letters a-d on the floor ptan. t Patrick Swintons office :2 Martina Hafners office 3 toilet 4 lorda Romeros office 4 a Work in pairs. Student A: you are the receptionist. Think of the name of someone who works in the building. Write it on the floor plan. Tell your partner the name. Student B: you are a visitor. Listen to the name Student A tells you. You have a meeting with this person. Act out the conversation. U A: Good morning. W S: Good morning. I have a meeting with ... W W b find a new partner and repeat.II
  • 7 .ReferenceImperatives Use Id like .. , to say what you want.Affirmative imperatives Id like a cup or teD, please. sit down. I d like Q starter, please. hold the fine. be quiet. Or dinal numbers(Please) turn of{ your mobile phone. Add -th to make o rdinal numbers. listen to the conversation. Green=irregular ~~ look at page 32. come in.Negative imperatives dont sit down. 14 fourteenth don t turn off your mobile phone. IS fifteenth(Please) dont look at page 32. dont come in. 7th seventh 1 seventeenth 7Use Please to make the imperative more polite. 8th i 8 ; 9th ninth 19Adverbs of frequency 20 twentieth 30 thirtieth 100% always Dates usually Writing dates My holiday is from 21st August to 5th September. often SaVing dates sometimes My holiday is from the twenty-first of August to ... not often/ not usually Note: Americans put the month before the day when 0% never they write and say dates. Written: the meeting is on July 12th Spoken: the meeting is on July the 12thAdverbs of frequency come after the verb to be.Shes always/ate.Theyre never happy. K ey vocabulary/m sometimes at work at half post six. Work places office factory shop hospital universityAdverbs of frequency come before other verbs. school restaurant call centreI never answer the phone. MonthsHe doesn t often give presentations. January February March April May JuneWe don t usually eat desserts. July August September October November DecemberYou can also use every + day/week Work phrasesI see him every day. work from home have meetingsWe go to London every year. give presentations work outdoors call customers write reports take work homeWould you like ... ? Id like ... travel abroad answer the phoneUse would like to offer food/drink to guests. FoodWhat would you like? snacks drinks starters soup vegetables main courses salad desserts fruitWhat would you like to drink?Would you like a coffee? Yes, please./No, thank you.
  • and_ practice1 Put the words into the correct order to make Match a question 1-5 to a reply a-e. imperatives. 1 What would you like to eat? , down Please sit 2 What would you like to drink? Please sit down. 3 Would you like a coffee? , your phone mobile Turn off 4 Would you like some biscuits? 5 Would you like milk and sugar? 3 late dont Please be a Id like a mineral water, please. b No, thank you. I dont like them. • the Hold please line. c Id like a chicken salad, please. d Milk, no sugar, please. S at look 50 page Please e Yes, please. 6 up late get Dont 5 Add one word to each line of the dialogue. 1 A: Hello, Mr Burns. Come in. Please sit. ~ down 2 B: Thank you, Mr Simpson. This Mr Smith.2 Underline the correct word. 3 A: Hello, Mr Smith. Nice meet you. t I never,tIlways,tJften travel abroad -I dont like + C: Nice to meet, too. it. 5 A: Would you like coffee? 2 They dont sometimesfoftenj!ever give 6 B: Yes, please. Black, sugar, please. presentations. 7 C: No, thank. 3 I sometimes;flever,vsually get up late. I get up at 6 oclock every day. 8 A: What would you to eat? 9 B: Id like a piece chocolate cake, please. " He never,kJoesnt usually,tJften takes work home. Hes a manager and he has a lot of to C: Id some fruit, please. work. S Rebecca is a cook. She alwaysj!oesnt often/ 6 Complete each phrase or list with another usually cook Chinese food. She doesnt like it. word. 6 Tom and Kevin are good sales reps. They t March, April, May always;never;5ometimes listen to their 2 starter, main course, _ __ customers. 3 take work _ __3 Put the word in bold in the correct place. • s a sales June, July, t Francis works from home. always 6 answer the Francis a/wars works from home. 7 a call centre 2 I have meetings on Mondays. 8 September, October, often _ __ work from 9 3 She doesnt watch TV in the evening. usually 0 a factory fifth, sixth, 4 He is late for work. never " nineteenth, twentieth, " 5 She sings in the shower. sometimes 6 You arent at home in the evenings. usually 7 Sales reps dont work from home. often 8 Her boyfriends are rich. always
  • Lead-in1 a Match an activity in the box to a picture below. go cycling eat out play chess play tennis go sightseeing go for a walk read a book play football ga te the theatre do exercise go swimming watch TV , ~ go to the ~ ~ 5 9 theatre """~ ~ ,o ~ 6 [;i) ~ ~ 3 7 u ~ ~ "~ 4 8 b liD Listen and check. Repeat. c Which activities can you see in the photos?2 Work in pairs. Sayan activity from Ex, la without the verb. Your partner says the verb. A, swimming B: go swimming3 a How often do you do these leisure activi ties? Tell your partner. f usually watch TV in the evening. f never go to the theatre. b Find a new partner. Tell him / her about your old partner. He always goes swimming on Saturdays.
  • Grammar like + Ing; wont + infinitiveCan do explain why you want to do something Speaking Listening 1 a look at the hotels below. Say the phone numbers and emai l 3 a lID listen. What is Ga ry add resses. and Annies problem? b What can you see in the photos? b IiID listen. Co mplete the sente nces. c Read the How to ... box. What leisure activities can you do at each hotel? 1 Gary wants to go to the Hotel. 2 Annie wants to go to the talk about things to do Hotel. Use You can ... or We can ... to talk about things to do in a place 3 They both want to go to the (e.g. hotel/city/country). Hotel. You can play golf at the Langstone Hotel. C listen agai n. Ma ke a list of We can go sightseeing in Paris. the leisure activities that you hear. play golf 2 Do you know any good hotels? What can you do there? I like The Palace Hotel in Vienno. You con swim. You con ploy tennis. I lJey Metro Hold Tel : 0991 7223781 newmetrohote!@metromai l.com TEL: 0649 559 221 blueseahotel@netmail .co.uk
  • Gratllmar I like + -ing; want + infinitive Vocabulary I adjectives4 Complete the Active grammar box with want or 7 a Match a word in the box to a situat ion below. like. Check tapescript 8.3 on page 149 for help. boring exciting difficult interesting fun easy Active grammar o , __ to go sightseeing. o I don " want to play golf. o ,__ playing golf- O I don t _ _ going sightseeing. see Reference page 87 1 This is really exciting. 2 This is very _ _ .5 a Choose the correct form of the verb to complete the sentences. t IlikE90ing ou}o go out with friends. 2 Gary doesnt like~/to watch TV. 3 Do you want playing/to play tennis? 4 We like going/to go sightseeing. 3 This is " This is S She doesnt want eating Dut/te eat out. 6 Do they like playing/to ploy chess? 7 I dont like swimming/to go swimming. 8 Martin wants reading/to read now. b Complete the conversations. Put the verb in brackets into the correct form . A: Can you swim? 5 This is very _ _ . 6 This is really _ _ . B: Yes, I can, but I dont like (1) swimming (swim). I like football. b What do you think of the leisure activities on A: Football? Can you play football? page 79? Tell your partner. B: No, but I like (2) _ _ (watch) it on TV. I think playing chess is difficult. C: 00 you want (J) _ _ (play) golf? 0: No, thanks. I dont li ke (4) _ _ (play) golf. I Speaking like C5) _ _ (go) for a walk. 8 Choose a hotel from Ex. 1 for next weekend . E: Where do you want (6) _ _ (go)? Find ot her students to go with you. F: To the beach. I want (]) _ _ (go) swimming. A: I want to go to the New Metro Hotel. I like Wheres your bicycle? going sightseeing. Its exciting. E: Its at home. But I dont want (8) _ _ B: I dont like going sightseeing. Its boring. I (go) swimming. I dont like (9) _ _ (go) want to go to the Blue Sea Hotel ... swimming. I want (10) _ _ (go) for a walk. Writing6 Work in pairs. look at the leisure activities on page 79. Answer these questions. 9 a l ook at the Writing bank on page 129. 1 What do you like doing? b Write an ema il to one of the hotels in Ex. 1. 2 What dont you like doing? Ask for more information. 3 What do you want to do this evening? How much is a double room? 4 What do you want to do this Saturday and 15 a double room available {or Saturday 29th Sunday? and Sunday 3 0th next month?
  • have got;has got say what things you possessVocabulary I rooms and furniture Listening1 a Look at the house. Where do you: 3 a UlJ listen. Which things a cook b watch TV c have a shower from Ex. lb do you hear? d go to bed e park your car f play football b listen again. Answer the You cook in the kitchen. questions. b Match the words below to the letters a-p in the picture. 1 When is Pauls sisters wedding? washing machine basin coffee table sofa bicycle bed 2 What does Pauls sister like fridge bath armchair lamp cooker wardrobe toilet doing? sink car mirror 3 What things from Ex. lb has she got? c liD listen and check. Repeat. 4 What things from Ex. lb hasnt she got?2 a Make lists. c look at los suggestion for 1 What can you find in a hotel room? a wedding present on page 2 You buy a new house. What seven things do you buy first? 112 . Do you think its a good idea? b Compare with your partner. d What is a good wedding c Work in pairs. What things in your house do you like? What present in your country? things dont you like? I like my bath. W s big. I dont like my television. Its old.
  • Grammar I have gotjhos got Pronunciation 4 a Look at tapescript 8.5 on page 149. 6 a liD Listen and check your answers. Underline examples of have got and has got. b How do you pronounce Ive , weve and b Complete the Active grammar bOI( with have shes? or has. c Read the texts in Ex, Sb aloud. Active grammar Speaking o __ got rve got} 7 Find a new partner. Talk about your house, flat o You or bedroom. We havent got a bicycle. My family has got a house. Its quite big. Ive got They a sofa. a small bedroom. r ve got a TV and a computer in ---+-------l a garden. o He _ _ got (5 got) a garage. my bedroom but I havent got ... o She It hasnt got Reading G I:Im& l,you,wetlhey got a bicycle? 8 Do the Technology quiz on page 113. G_ he/Shefit got an armchair? Ask your partner the questions and write his/ her answers in your notebook. Yes. Ilyou/wefthey __ . Yes. he/she/it __ . A: Have you got a camera·phone? No, /Iyou/wefthey _ nt. No, he/she/it B: No, I havent, but I want one. see Reference page 87 9 a What is your score and what is your partners score? 5 a Ask your partner questions with the words in A = 2 points 8 ., 1 point C = a points Ex. lb. A: Hove you got on armchair? b Read your profile below. B: Yes, I have. Ive got two armchairs in my living r-- --- 0-6 points: you dont like new technology, you room and Ive got one armchair in my bedroom. like old things. Your photographs are on paper, b Complete the texts with ve, 5, havent or not on your computer. Youve havent got any hasnt. DVDs or MP3S (but youve got some CDs). You use a map - you dont use a GPS device. Your I live with my wife in a small house. We television is quite old. (1) ve got a bedroom, a living room, a Kltdlen and a bathroom. We (2) _ got a 7-12 points: you like new technology and small garden - its beautiful. But we you sometimes buy new things. Youve got 131_ gOI a garage. My wife (4) _ got a car. She drives to some DVOs and youve got some MP3S. You==",;..:",.J work every day. I (5) _ got a car. I cant sometimes read about new technology in drive. But I (61 _ got a bicycle. newspapers and magazines. You take a digital camera on holiday. I live in my siSlers house. She m_ r 13-18 points: you really like new technology. gOI four bedrooms and Iwo living rooms. Youve got a digital camera and youve got She (8) _ got a TV in her bedroom. a lot of photos and MP3S on your computer. She watdles TV in bed. But she (9) _ Youve got a modern mobile phone. You often got a TV in Ihe living room. She (10)_ read about new technology in newspapers and got a sofa and a big armchair in the living magazines. You lake a digital camera, an MP3 room. player and a camcorder on holiday. She (11) _ gOI a big cooker in the kitchen - its great. We like cooking. She c Work in pairs. Is your profile true for yo u and (12) _ got a microwave oven. She your partner? doesnt like Ihem. d Write a true profile for you. II
  • 4 a Read the How to ... box. make suggestions What about dinnner next week? How about Lucianos Restaurant? Good idea!/res,oK. No. I don t like that restaurant. b Work in pairs. Suggest a local restaurant to go to this evening. Grammar I question words S Match the questions in the Active grammar box to the answers below. Active grammar Where 1 Where is Carlittos? Who 2 Who is Gordon?Reading What 3 What does she do?1 Work in pairs. Discuss. t 00 you eat out a lot? What + 4 What food does he like? 2 What is your favourite re staurant? noun Which + 5 Which restaurant do you like -2 a Work in groups of three. Read about the top noun the new one or the old one? three restaurants in the world. How + 6 How tall is he? Student A: Read about The Fat Duck on page 111. adjective Student B: Read about EI Bulli on page 113· Student C: Read about French Laundry on page 110. a) He likes Spanish food. b) Its near my house. b Tell your partners about you r restaurant. () Shes a chef. d) Hes one metre ninety. c Discuss. Which restaurant in the article do e) I like Taste of India. f) Hes my friend. you want to go to? see Reference page 87Listening 6 Complete the sentences with a question word from the Active grammar box.3 a IlIJ listen to Mark and Aida. Which 1 How rich is she? restaurant do t hey want to go to? 2 _ _ cafe do you want to go to? a Sinatros b Wasabi c Corlitto s 3 _ _ fruit do you like? b listen again . Put the questions in the order 4 _ _ do you live? you hear them. 5 _ _ is the waiter? Wheres that? 0 6 _ _ s your name? What food do they serve at Wasabi? 0 How about dinner next Friday? [!] 7 _ _ good-looking is he? How big is it? 0 8 _ _ sofa do you like - this one or that one? What about Carlittos? 0 Which restaurant do you want to go to? 0 7 Ask your partner questions. A: How tall are you ?
  • Listening b aD Listen and check.8 a aD listen. Aida books a table at Carlittos c Work in pairs. Say what food you like/dont restaurant. What time is her booking? like from the menu. b listen again. Complete the How to ... box. d Choose your favourite starter, main course and dessert from the menu. Telt the class. My favourite starter is {ish soup, l/ike lamb chops book a table at a restaurant for the main course and ice cream for dessert. Customer: Id _ to book a table for Friday !unch$oturdayevening. Waiter: _ many people? Waiter: time? Waiter: _ name, please? c Work in pairs. Student A: phone CarUttos restaurant. Book a table for Saturday evening. Student B: you work at Carfittos restaurant. Answer the phone.Vocabulary I food 10 a lim listen. What do Mark and AIda choose from the menu?9 a Match the underlined words in the menu to the pictures. b Work in groups of three. look at tapescript 8.10 on page 150. Read the conversation aloud but change the food. Waiter: Are you ready to order? Mark: Yes. Id like a Breen solad, please. _ _ CARLlTTOS-- STARTERS Speaking seafooa cocrai( 11 Work in groups of three. ;f"ish souy Student A: you are the waiter at Salt and Pepper (ireen ,a(aa restaurant. MAIN COURSES Students Band C: you are customers at Salt and Pepper restaurant. Look at the menu on page 114. Roast 6eef " Enter the restaurant and order your meal. Roast diiken" A: Good evening. Do you hove a reservation? Lam6 ehays " B: Yes, we do. My name is ... Vegera6fe yasra * witti yotaroes or rice [!] DESSERTS lee cream cfioco(ate cafe clieese an! biscuits
  • 8 Communication Addresses 1 a Work in pai rs. loo k at the people and the ir 3 Ask your partner questions to complete the flats. What have they got in the ir fl ats? other four add resses. 140: Hes got a lot of books in his flat. Student A: Has Mr J. Cae got a lot of books in his flat? b Wh at does each person li ke doi ng? Te ll your partner. Student B: No, he hasn t. Has Mrs A. Wolker got ... 16c: He likes playing golf. IMPORTANTI 2 Work in pai rs. • Ask Yes/ No questions. Has X got ... ? Student A: look at page 111. Complete four of the Does X like ... ? addresses below. Dont show your partner. • Ask one quest ion. Then your partner asks one Stude nt B: look at page 114. Complete fou r of the question. Then you ask another question , and addresses below. Dont show your partner. soon. MrO. Pamuk (;g MN A. Wal.... ()II Mr G. Dy.r ~ IM;"T~;_ ~II Mr J. Heller ~I26c Brookli.n Road I Min Z. Smith ~16b Brookli.n Road I .. ,. J . Coe (PI I MrM. H..ddon BII ~"- (pI Mrs A. Levy gr
  • 8 Referencelike + -ing; want + infinitive • Use which for things. When there is a choice.When a verb follows like. it is usually in the gerund Which dictionary hove you got?form (-ing). Which John Lennon song is your favourite?f like eating out. • Use how + adjective for amounts.When a verb follows wont. it is always in the How toll is he?infinitive form (to + verb). Howald are you?I wont to eot out. • Note these questions: How much is it? (price)Have got How many cars have you got? (quantity)Have got means have. How often do you go out? (frequency)Ive got a sports car.I have a sports car.Have got is very common in British English. It is not Making suggestions(ommon in American English. Use What about ... lor How about ... ? + noun to make suggestions. What about the new restaurant on Cleric Street?r 0 ~ou OWe have got ( ve goO haventgol a CD player. a television. How about a holiday in Cornwall this summer? You can also use What about ... ? or How about ... ? + They -ing. a brother. two sisters. What about going {oro walk this afternoon? OHe oShe has got (5 got) hosntgot How about eating out tonight? It o Have //you/we/they got any cousins? Key vocabulary o cal? leisure activities & Ho, he/She/tt go cycling go sightseeing go swimming Yes, l/youjwe/they have. go for a wa lk do exercise eat out Yes, he/she;1t has. play tennis read a book play football No, ffyou/we/they havent. watch TV play chess go to the theatre No. he/she/it hasnt. Adjectives boring exciting difficult easy fun interestingQuestion words Rooms and furniture• Use where for places. living room: coffee table sofa armchairWhere are you {rom? lampWhere do you live? bedroom : bed wardrobe window kitchen: cooker sink washing machine• Use who for people. fridgeWho ore you? bathroom: bath toilet basinWho do you play tennis with? garage: car bicycleYou can also use who to ask about the company Foodsomeone works for. seafood fish beef lamb pasta riceWho do you work {or? potatoes chocolate cheese chicken• Use what for things.Whats your name?What do you do?You can put a noun directly after what.What time do you get up?What music do you like?
  • 1 Complete the conversation with the word in Correct the mistakes. brackets. 1 Which restaurant are you like? A: Do you want (1) to go (go) to a film this 2 Which do you do? Are you an accountant? afternoon? 3 Where you do live? B: Theres a good film on TV. Do you want " How intelligent she is? (2) _ _ (watch) TV? 5 Which time is it? A: No! I dont like (J) _ _ (watch) TV in the 6 Who do work for you? afternoon. 7 There are two armchairs. What armchair do B: OK. Well, I like (4) _ _ (swim) and its hot you like? today. Do you want (s) _ _ (go) swimming 8 Where your brother is? A: I cant swim and I dont want (6) _ _ (do) exercise. I wan t (7) _ _ (go) sightseeing 5 Write a question for each answer. and then eat out this evening. 1 What do you do? B: Good idea. I want (8) _ _ (take) some Im a teacher. photos with my new camera. , ---?. Complete the email with the correct form of Shes one metre fifty-five. have got. 3 ? I like Italian food and Chinese food . ~. 4 - -- - ? I like this coffee table. That coffee table is Hi Benita , small. Thanks for your email. Please cometo my S ? house when you visit London. (1) Ive got (1 /.1) I live in Lisbon in Portugal. three bedrooms so you can stay in one of them . (2) _ _ (iV.!) a big bed and an armchair. 6 Shes my friend. (3) _ _ (iVX) a television but (4) _ _ (iV.I) an en-suite bathroom . Can you drive? (5) _ _ (I/X) a car but 6 Complete the questions and sentences with a (6) _ _ (my friendsl.l ) one wo rd or phrase from the box. (7) _ _ (you) a bicycle? (8) _ _ (My husband/.I) one and you can reads fun fridge potatoes eet-ettt use it. choco late garden How playing chess See you next weekI boring Love , Amy 1 Do you want to eat out tonight? 2 Do you like with your friends? 3 She a book every week. " I dont like this game. Its _ __3 Writ e questions and answers using have got 5 I like holidays. Theyre always _ __ and the words in brackets. 6 Is there any food in the ? 1 A: Has your sister got a washing machine? 7 Do you play football in your ? (your sister/washing machine) 8 _ _ _ about that new restaurant On Carlin B: Yes. she has. (Yes) Street? 2 A: ? (you/car) 9 Do you want rice of _ __ with your lamb B, . (No) chops? 3 A, ? (your parents/TV) 10 Can I have a piece of _ _ _ cake, please? B, · (No) 4 A, ? Games/bath) B, · (Yes) S A, ? (they/new email address) B, · (No) 6 A, ? (she/good dictionary) B, · (Yes)
  • Lead in1 Look at t he photos A-D. Match each one to a year below. 1989 1994 2000 19292 a CD l ook at the years in the bo)!;, listen and repeat. ( 1963 1946 1981 1977 1957 1912 2002 1990 ) b Match a yea r in the box to a headline a-h below. a Sputnik in Space e Nelson Mandela free b Charles and OJ Royal f Marti n luther King: I have a dream Wedding g Juan Peron: President of Argentina ( First iPod in Shops h Elvis Presley is Dead d Titanic Disaster c Work in pairs. Tell your partner what you think. A: I think Sputnik in Space is 1957. B: I think its 1963. d C1D listen and check.3 Write headlines from your life. Your partner guesses the year. David : Davids First Day at University. Paola : Is that 1995? David: No, its 1999.
  • 20th-century iconsGrammar past of to be affirm ativeCan do Reading 1 a look at the underli ned words in the texts. Check their meanings in a dictionary. b Read the texts. Match a text to a photo. He was a singer and an actor. He was born on 8th January, 1935. in Mississippi, His parents were very poor. He was a factory-worker. then a driver. His first song was Thats All Right. He was The King of Rock and Roll, Famous quote: When I was a child. ladies and gentlemen , I was a dreamer. She was an actor and a princess. She was born on 12th November, c Co mplet e th e sentences 1929. in Philadelphia . He r parents were very rich. She was a model wit h names from t he photos. and then an actor. Her first film was Fourteen Hours in 1951. Her husband was Prince Rainier III of Monaco. 1 Diana and Grace were Famous quote: (about flowers) I talk to them and they talk to me. princesses. , ___ • ___ and were born in the He was an actor and fighter. He was born on 27th November, US. 1940, in San Francisco. His parents were from Hong Kong. They 3 ___ • ___ and werent rich. His father was a singer. His last film was Enter the were actors. Dragon. He was short and thin but he was very strong and very and were 4 fast. poor as children. Famous quole: Dont think. Feel: 5 and were the wives/ husbands of famous people. She was a princess and a fashion icon. She was born on 1st July, 1961, in Sandringham. Her parents were rich. She wasnt a good d Close yo ur boo ks. Work student at school but she was a good pianist. Her wedding was in in pairs. Wh at can yo u St Pauls Cathedral in London. Her husband was Prince Charles. remember about th e people Their life together was not happy. in the texts? Famous quote: There were three of us in this marriage. Bruce Lee was born in San Francisco. His parents were ...
  • Grammar I past of to be: affirmative Listening and vocabulary2 a Complete the Active gra mmar box with was 5 a ID listen to the radio game show. Guess or were_ the person. b look at page 110. Check your answer. Active grammar c listen again. Write true mor false (F). 1 He was born in 1950. an actor. :2 His parents were Julia and Alfred. You a singer. 3 He was famous for his music. He happy. 4 He was from London. She born in 1982. 5 He was married to Yoko Ono in his twenties. It great. We singers. 6 a Read the texts below. Check any new words They in your dictionary. Then com plet e t he texts with rich. a preposition from the box. b BJ list en and check. ( on for with ttl to of to at ) see Reference page 973 a Complete the sentences with was or were. She was born (1) in 1929 in t Coco Chanel was a fashion designer. New York. She was good :2 My husband and 1 _ _ calf centre workers (2) _ _ horse-riding and from 2001 to 2004. painting. She was married 3 Colonel Tom Parker _ _ Elvis Presleys (]) _ John F. Kennedy, the manager. President (4) __ the US, 4 Jackie Chan and Oprah Winfrey _ _ born in and then to Aristotle Onassis, 1954· a Greek businessman. 5 Prince William and I _ _ born in 1982. 6 We _ _ good football players in 1990. t cant play football now. Billie Holiday was born 1 I _ _ a good pianist at school. (5) _ the 7th of April, b Who is you r favourite 20th -century icon? Tell 1915. in Phi ladelphia. She your partner about the person. was famou s (6) __ her music. She was fri ends4 a Read the How to ... box. (,) __ the jazz musician Lester Young. Her second husband was similar talk abou t childhood (8) __ her first husband. When I was a child, I was a good singer. They were bad men and When they were young, they were very poor. Billie Holiday was unhappy. b Say a word in bold from the texts_ Your partner says the preposition. A: similar B: similor to b Write two true se ntences and one false sentence about you and your family. 7 a Think of a famous person from history. Write sentences about him/her. c Read your se ntences t o you r partner. You r part ner guesses t rue or false. b Read your se ntences to you r part ner. Your A: When my {other was young, he was an octor. partner guesses the person. B: False. A: No, its true!
  • My first, my last ... past of to be: negatives and questions give a short description of a past experienceSpeaking1 Talk about the games. Use the phrases below. I know how to ploy .0 . f do n t know how to play ... Its difficult/easy/bo ring/ excitinglfun/ interesting. Grammar I past of to be, negatives and questions 3 Look at the dialogue from Ex 2 and complete the Active Grammar box with was. wasnt. orListening were. Jasmine: Was she a good teacher?2 a BJ listen to Cristof, Isabella and Jasmine Cristof: She was a good teacher but playing a game called My first, my last. In the I wasnt a good student. game you cant answer questions with yes or Isabella: Were you her favourite student? no. What does Isabella talk about? b listen again. Circle the correct words for Crislof and Jasmine below. Active grammar • : I (was not) a good student. CRISTOFS FIRST TEACHER : You werent happy at school. : He/She/I! _ __ my teacher. 1 Her name was Miss/(Mrs Lloyd) : We werent a good school. 2 She was about {ifty/sixty years old. : They weren t in my class. 3 She was a good/bod teacher. " Her favourite student was Francoise/Cristo{. a good student? _ __ you happy at school? -:::-__ he/she/it my teacher? : Were we a good school? JASMINES LAST HOLIDAY : Were they in my class? 1 Jasminestasl holiday was two/three years ago. : What was her name? 2 It was on a Greek/Spanish island. : Where were your books? 3 Jasmine was with her parents/a friend. : Who was your fa vourite teacher? 4 There were castles/beautiful beaches on the : When was your lesson? island. see Reference page 97
  • 4 a Complete the sentences Vocabulary I yesterday, last, aga with was, wasnt. were or werent. 8 a look at tapescript 9.5 on page 150. Underline the examples of , I was very quiet at school. ago and last. (,!) b Complete the time expressions with ago or last. 2 My first car _ _ very big 1 today but it was fun. (.Xl 2 yesterday 3 Who _ _ your friends at 3 night school? 4 yesterday morning/afternoon /evening • What _ _ your favourite subject at school? 5 two days _ __ 6 week S My first computer games 7 _ _ _ month _ _ easy but they were 8 six months _ __ exciting. ()) 9 _ _ _ year 6 You _ _ my English teacher at school. (.X) 10 ten years _ __ 7 _ _ you late this morning? Speaking 8 Where _ _ your last house? 9 a When were these past experiences? Tell your partner. • Your first day at school • Your last flight b Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions in My • Your last meal in a restaurant • Your first job first teacher. Ex. 2b. • Your last film at the cinema • Your first email My first day at school was twenty·two years ago.Pronunciation b Ask your partner questions with Where were you ... ?and a time expression.5 a CD Listen. Mark the A: Where were you yesterday afternoon? stress. B: I was at home. 1 I was a good student. 2 I wasnt very intelligent. 10 a Work in groups of three, Remember the rules for My first, my last. 3 Was she a good teacher? 4 Who was your best friend? b Play My first, my last on page 115. b How is was/wasnt pronounced in each sentence? Writing 11 Write a paragraph about your first teacher or your last holiday. You6 a OJ listen. Write the can start like th is: sentences. Mark the stress. My first teacher was ... She/He was ... b How is were/weren t My last holiday was (six months) ago .•. It was ... pronounced in each sentence?7 Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions in My last holiday, Ex. 2b.
  • 9.3 How was your day?-", . - - - - Grammar Con/Could you .. ,?; Con/Could I ... ? Can do make a simple request and ask permission Vocabulary I housework Reading 1 a Match a phrase in the box 3 a look at the text. Underline phrases from Ex. la. to a picture below. do the laundry vacuum the house cook dinn er In the 1950s, life was simple. Women were clean the bath room housewives and men were factory workers, wash the dishes managers, sales reps, sales assistants, etc. iron a shi rt But in the 21st century. life is dIfferent. Now, there are over 21,000 househusbands in the UK. They dont have a job, they stay at home and look after the children. Are they crazy? We talk to one househusband, Jeff Timberland, 00 you like your job as a househusband? Jeff: Yes, I do. Plus, childcare is £125 for 1 one week, for one child. Its very expensive. o What does your wife do? Jeff: Shes an architect. 00 you like doing housework? Jeff: I dont like ironing my shirts - its very boring. And I dont like washing the dishes. But I like vacuuming the house and cooking dinner. Really? Jeff: Yes, really. What was your job before? Jeff: I was a sales rep. I was a good sales rep . and I was happy. But my children are my Job now. Do you want to get another job? Jeff: Yes, but not now. Billy and Harry are very young. They want their dad, not a stranger. • expensive = costs a lot of money b I1IlI listen and check. b Read th e text again. Answer t he questions below. Mark the stress. 1 How many househusbands are there in the UK now? 2 a Who does these things 2: Does Jeff like his job as a househusban d? in your hou se? Tell your 3 What is Jeffs wifes job? partner. 4 What housework does Jeff like doing? My wife does the faundry. 5 What was Jeffs job before? I iron my shirts. 6 Does Jeff want to get a new job now? b Wh at housework do you c Work in small groups. Discuss. like doing? What housework 1 Are there a lot of househusbands in your country? dont you like doing? 2: Who usually looks after young child ren in you r country? I dont like cooking dinner. 3 Jeff says, They want their dad , not a stranger. Do you agree? II
  • Listening Grammar I Con/Could you ... ?; Con/Could I ... ?4 a IJD listen to four events in Jeffs week. Match each conversation 1- 4 to a picture a-d. 6 a look at tapescript 9.9 on page 150. Complete these sentences. Au nt Sally: Could you fQill:: my suitcases? Billy: Can I chocolate for dinner? Karen: Can r _ _ on the TV? Frie nd: Could you _ _ the milk? b Complete the Active grammar box with I or you. Active gramm ar Can use your telephone? Could have a coffee? Yes. __ can. No, __ cant. Can carry my bags? Could iron my shirt? Yes, of course. Sorry, .!.... cant. see Reference page 97 7 Ask your partner questions. • use your pen • give me €1 • spell your name • open the window • use your mobile phone • look at your book • give me your email address " Could I use your pen? B, Yes, of course. b listen again. Who are the people in the Speaking pictures? Write the questions you hear beginn ing with How ... ? 8 a Tick (.I) the things below you have got. Cross V) the things you havent got.5 a Read the How to ... box. a good dictionary a camera a washing machine a car an MP3 player a computer ask abou t an experience b Match a thing above to a phrase below. Howwas : yourweekend?,yourweek?/ listen to music MP3 player : your day?,.tour {light? take a photo of me and my friends It was great. It It was OK._ drive me to the train station read my emails at your house It wasnt very good. e It was awful. __ do my laundry help me with these new English words C Find six people to help you with the requests in Ex. ab. Use Can l/you or Could l/you. A: Can I read my emails at your house? b Work in small groups. Ask quest ions wit h How was ... ? B: Sorry, you cant. I havent got a computer. A: How was your weekend? A: Could you take a photo of me? B: It was fine, thanks. I was at home on Sunday ... B: Yes, of course. "ve got a digital camera.
  • 1 a Match a subject in the box to a picture 1--6. maths languages science music art sport ill 2.(?HI)~S 1~? Lifelong learning [IJ Hello Bonjour listening skills l1oa C7uten Tag When you listen in English, dont try to understand every b DID listen and repeat. word. Its very stressful and c Complete the sentences with a subject above. its usually not possible. listen for important 1 When I was at school, t was good at ... (stressed) words and try 2 When I was at school, t was bad at .. . to guess when you dont understand.2 a OlD listen and complete the chart for louise. 3 a Complete the chart in My SChool days Ex. 2a for you. School name : William Morris High School b Make sentences. Tell your Where: _ _ __ partner. yea rs: _ _ __ A: I was very good at moths. Good/ bad schoot: _ _ __ B: Really? I wasnt. I was good Good/ bad st udent: _ _ __ at music. Good at: _ _ __ Bad at : _ _ __ 4 Work in groups. Close your Favou rite lessons: _ _ __ books and talk about your Best friend : school days. b listen again. Check your answers.
  • The past of to be Asking permission 0: · I was Can I Could J coli you this evening, please? speak to Mrs Walsh. please? were a teacher. · Yau born in 1963· use your computer. please? He ask a question. please? · She · was vet} good. · 1/ · go home eorly. please? · Yes, you can./Sure. · We · were teachers. No, you con t./I m sorry. You cant. · They · · were born in 19 63· Use Can I and Could I to ask permission. Can J and Could I have the same meaning. Could I is a bit more 0: wasnt (was not) polite/formal. You weren t a teacher. Making requests (were not) born in 1963_ He very good. Can you call me this evening, please? She wasn t (was not) Could you answer the phone, please? 1/ Yes, of course.f.;ure. We werent No, I con t./I con t, Im afraid. (were not) teachers. born in 1963- They werent Use Can you and Could you to make a request. Can (were not) you and Could you have the same meaning but Could you is a bit more polite/ formal. 0 : Was Time expressions Were you a teacher? Yesterday born in 196]? yesterday yesterday evening yesterday afternoon he very good? yesterday mornin g Was she last it last night last week last month last year Were we teachers? Ago Were they born in 1963? five months ago eight years ago two days ago a week ago Who wos your manager? K ey vocabulary What were their jobs? Adjectives and prepositions Where was your school? born in (Paris) born on {Jrd October) Which shop was your favourite? good at (tennis / dancing) bad at (football) When wos the interview? married to (Prince Charles) How old were you in 1990? the President of (Russia) similar to (my brother) famous for (his books) friends with (the ki ng) Housework do the laundry vacu um the house cook dinner clea n the bathroom wash the dishes iron a shi rt
  • .L Complete the text with was or were and guess lI: Rearrange the words to make questions. Then the famous person. match them to an answer a-e. Who am I? 1 born? When you were I am a singer with a very famous band. t (1) was When were you born? - c born on 26th July, 1943, in the UK. My father and l was Who manager? your my grandfather (2) _ _ teachers. My mother 6) __ from Australia. I (4) _ _ a student 3 school? your Where was at the London School of Economics - but only for two years. Jerry Hall and Bianca Moreno de Macias 4 first What your job? was (s) _ _ my wives. Paint it Black and Satisfaction (6) _ _ two of my bands famous songs. 5 weekend? your was How - --= Write sentences with wasn t/was or weren tl a I was a call-centre worker. were, as in the examples. b It was great, thanks. 1 (Sally/ late/ early) c In 1966. Sallv wasnt late. She was early. d Her name was Ms Dickson. l (My parents/at home/in a restaurant) e It was on Peak Street, opposite the hospital. Mv oarents werent at home. They were in a restaurant. 5 Choose the correct word in each sentence. 3 (I/at the theatre/at the cinema) 1 Can I!you tell me the time? l Could !you open the door? Im busy. 4 (Ian/born in 1981/born in 1979) 3 Can l!You help you? 4 Could !you have a cup of tea, please? 5 (It/a good film/very boring) 5 Can I!you tell me your name, please? 6 Could !you pass me the milk, please? 6 (We/ rich / Quite poor) 7 Can I!you give me £1 for the bus? 8 Could !you listen to your new CO? 7 (you/my best friend/a good friend) 6 Choose the correct word to complete each 8 (Kerry and Mark/in Bogota/in Cali) sentence. 1 Where were you yesterdaYflast,h9o night? l Are you similar to,ht,tln your mother or your Complete the dialogue with was, wasnt, were father? or werent. 3 Who washes,kleans,kioes the laundry in your house? A: h) Were you at work last week? B, No, I (2) _ _ . 4 Is she married witMo,tlfyour brother? A: (]) _ _ you on holiday? 5 I was on holiday in Colombia six months yesterdayflast,bgo. B: Yes, I (4) _ _ . I (s) _ _ on holiday with Emily. We (6) _ _ at her parents house in 6 What was she famous on,toJor? the south of France. 7 Where were you yesterdaYflast,b9o afternoon? A: (7) _ _ it nice? 8 Can you wash}lacuumflron the house today? B: It (8) _ _ beautiful! Her parents (g) _ _ 9 Hes friends ofJ,vitMo Mark Heller. there so we (10) _ _ alone. 10 Are you good on,to,bt tennis?
  • Lead-in1 a Complete each situation with a verb from the box. win arrests get meet lose steals find break stay move 1 You lose your wallet /purse. l: A thief _ _ your mobile phone. 3 You _ _ in bed all day. • 5 You _ _ the lottery. You married. 6 You E1C on the street. 7 A police officer _ _ you. 8 You to a new house. 9 You _ _ your arm. 10 You _ _ your favourite actor. b am listen and check. C look at the pictures. Match a phrase to each picture.2 a Are the experiences in Ex. la good or bad? Complete the table. GOOD EXPERIENCES BAD EXPERIENCES You lose your walfet/purse. b Change the sentances in Ex. la. Tell your partner. Your partner responds with an adjective. A: You lose your camera. B: Thats bad. A: You move to a new city. B: Thats exciting. I
  • (PART I) Every day, 15,000 people visit the Louvre museum in Paris. Most of them want to see the Mona Lisa. But what is the story of this painting? The artist was, of course, Leonardo da Vinci. He started the painting in 1503 and he finished it about four years later. Leonardo was Italian but in 1516, he moved to France with the painting. The King of France liked it and the Mona Usa stayed in France. 4 Complete the Active grammar box with the correct form of the verb. , r Active grammar Present Simple Past SimpleSpeaking lUke the painting. I liked the painting.1 Work in pairs. Look at the painting. Answer the She stays with her She with her questions. friends. friends. 1 Who is the arti st? 2 Who are your favourite artists? They start work early. They _ _ work early. 3 What are your favourite paintings? Add -ed to make the Past Simple of regular verbs.Reading2 a look at The Story o{the Mona Lisa (Part 1). Read the text aloud. see Reference page 207 b Read again. Complete the information below. 5 Complete the texts with a verb from the box in Place (now): The Louvre. Paris the Past Simple. Artist: _ __ Started painting: _ __ ( finish waM sta rt aSk ) Finished painting: _ __ Moved to france: _ __ Pope Juli us II (1) wonted a new ceiling in the Sistine Chapel. He (2) _ _ Michelangelo to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. MichelangeloGrammar 1 I Past Simple affirmative , (J) _ _ it in 150B. He (4) _ _ it in 1512.regula r verbs ( live work play move (X2) )3 a Underline the verbs in The Story o{the Mona Lisa (Part 1). Marcel Duchamp was an artist. He was born in b Which verbs are in the Past Simple? lBB7. He (s) _ _ in Paris and he (6) _ _ chess with his brothers. In 1914. he (7) _ _ to c How do you make the Past Simple of regular New York. He (B) _ _ in a library in New York. verbs? In 191B, he <9) _ _ to Argentina.
  • Pronunciation Grammar 2 I Past Simple: negatives and questions6 a II!ID listen and repeat 9 a Read and answer the questions. the Past Simple of the ve rbs 1 Did Napoleon like the Mona Usa? Yes, he did. in the box. 2 Did the Mona Usa stay in Napoleons bedroom? No, it didnt. 3 Did the police talk to Picasso? want ask move sta rt 4 Did ~he police talk to Vencenzo Peruggia? finish live play work cook close talk arrest b Complete the Active grammar box with did or didnt. listen walk b How how do you Active grammar pronounce the o ending of ed each verb? Copy the table o : I/You/lle/She/ didnt stay in flaly. : It/Ne/They talk to the police. and put the ve rbs in the correct column. It I Idl 11111 Q:- l/you/he/Shejit/ weA:hey stay in ftaly? talk to the police? Yes, f/you/he/she/it/weA:hey _ _ . asked moved wanted No, l/you/he/she/it/weA:hey _ _ .7 a Read the texts in Ex. 5 aloud. - see Ref erence page 107 b cmo liste n and check 10 a Make negative sentences. your pronunciation. 1 (Picasso/ not like/the Mona Usa) Picasso didnt like the Mona Lisa.Listening 2 (Leonardo da Vinci/not live/Spain)8 IIlID listen to The Story of 3 (the Mona Usa/not stay/ Italy) the Mona Usa (Part 2). Mark 4 (Picasso/ not move to/ New York) these sentences true m or b Make Questions and answers. false (Fl. 1 (Marcel Duchamp/ play chess?) a The Mona Lisa moved to the Louvre. A: Did Marcel Duchamp plav chess? B: Yes. he did. b It stayed in Napoleons 2 (the police/arrest/ Picasso?) bedroom. A: ? B: No, _ _ __ c The Louvre closed in 1910. 3 (Andy Warhol / work for / Vogue?) d The police talked to A: ? B: Yes. _ _ __ Picasso. 4 (Van Gogh / move to/ London?) e The police talked to A: ? B: Yes, _ _ __ Vincenza Peruggia. c Work in pairs. Write six Questions about Leonardo da Vinci and the Mona Lisa. Ask your Questions to another pair. • Speaking 11 a Work in pairs. What do you think? 1 Who was the thief? 2 Where was the Mona Usa for two years? 3 How did the thief steal the Mona Usa? b Read the last part of the story on page 114. Answer the Questions above.
  • Good week, bad week Past simple: irregular verbs give a simple summary of a news eventReading c Read again. Are these statements true mor false (F)?1 a Who or what is in the news? Write a list. , Romero Cline got married last week. III Orlando Bloom , Monica Hawkins works in a restaurant. 0 Real Madrid Football Club 3 Emiliana Rotman doesnt have €14 million. 0 4 Emiliana Rotman is very sad. 0 b Was it a good week or a bad week for each 5 Gilts concert was on Satu rday. 0 person/ thing in your list? 6 Sia Ka hn bought a T-shirt. 02 a Read the magazine page below. Complete 7 Mr and Mrs Blatt found the coins under the gaps with good or bod. the fi sh. 0 8 Mr and Mrs Blatt bought three fish. 0 b 11!11 listen and check. 3 Close your books. What can you remember about the four stories? Good week, bad week l it ~as a week for ... actor Romero Cline, 43. He went to Las Vegas last week and he met Monica Hawkins , a waitress in a fast food restaurant. Three days later, they got married. 2 It was a _ week for ... Mr and Mrs Blatt from the UK . They had fish for dinner and they found three gold coins inside the fish. The fish was £3.50, said Mrs Blatt, but the gold coins are £1,000 each ! , 3 It was a _ _ week for CROSSWORD , 3 cam e ... Emiliana Rotman fr om Sweden. She won £14 million 4 on the Euro lottery but she 4 It was a _ _ week for ... lost her ticket. Never mind , 6 pop group Gilt. Gilts concert was sa id Em iliana, Thats life! 8 last Friday but t he tickets said Saturday . Only five people came 9 Lf+-L.L+I and saw the concert, said Sia Kahn, Gilts singer. They took " photos and bought a T·shirt but it " I-+-LY-l-+-+- wasnt a good day. 3 ri+-.--JI- 4,U---- 5 Lj-l---------- ,6 LU.....I._
  • Grammar I Past Simple: irregular ve rbs Vocabulary I high numbers4 a look at the magazine page in Ex. 2a again. 7 a Read the How to ... box. When is and used? Underline all the verbs in the Past Simple. b Complete the Active grammar box with take or took. say high numbers 100 : a/one hundred 915 : nine hundred and fifteen Active g r ammar 1,000 : alone thousand Some verbs are irregular in the Past Simple 2,690 : two thousand, six hundred and (but only in affirmative sentences), : ninety o :She;We/They : f/fou/lle/ went to Paris. _ _ a lot of photos. b IIlID listen and write the prices. o :f/fou/lle/ didnt go to Paris. : She;We/They didnl _ _ a lot of photos. 0: Did fjyoujhe/ go to Paris? she/we/ _ _ a lot of photos? they Yes, Ifyou/he/She/wefthey did. No, l/you/he/she/wefthey didnt. ..... . .~ was €149 was --c - .- sale price ~ sale prlce _see Reference page 1075 a Complete the magazine crossword on page 102 with the Past Simple of the verbs below. Some are regula r, some are irregu lar. ACROSS 3 come 5 play 8 see 9 buy was was _ __ wa> _-,---_ sale price _ sale price _ 12 finish 14 have 15 move 16 go sale price _ DOWN 1 meet 2 ask 4 listen 6 get 7 win 10 find 11 say 13 lose 8 Now write new prices in the advert. Tell your b Complete the text with t he verb in brackets. partner the prices. Yesterday, Emiliana Rotman (1) found (find) her The DVD player was €f79. Now its etas. lottery ticket and (2) _ _ (win) £14 million. [ 8) _ _ (not find) the ticket, Emiliana (4) _ _ (say). My brother (s) _ _ (come) Speaking to my house for dinner and he (6) _ _ (see) it under my sofa. $0 we (7) _ _ (not have) 9 a Ask five people How was last week for you? dinner at home. I (8) _ _ {take} him to a nice Make notes. restaurant. b Tell your partner about the people you talked to.6 Look at the ph rases below. What did / didnt you ft was a good week for Daria and Rikka. Daria do last week? Write sentences then tell your started a new job and Rikka went to Paris. partner. take a photo go to a supermarket Writing come to class late lose something have fish for dinner find some money 10 look at your list from Ex. la. Choose one person or thing. Write a short good week/ bad week buy some new clothes news story. I bought some new clothes last week.
  • a Write se ntences for your answe rs to Ex. 2b. 1 Nick is going to find a newListening job.1 Ask and answer the questions below with a partner. b loo k at Nick, Orla and Daniels plans for next week. 1 How was your week? Write complete sentences. 2 What happened in the last seven days? Orla and r_ Nick2 a IDD look at the photo above and listen. Match a pe rson in the Daniel photo to their week below: tomorrow play- eat 6t1t 1 an exciting week 2 an interesting week 3 busy week (X2) b Listen again. Complete the chart below with notes. play stay at tennis home What happened? What are his/ her plans? next Sunday write a gG-fot Nick tolked to manager find a new job rejlOfI a-walk Abby stay in have Charlie bed all lunch Orla day with friendsGrammar I going to3 Complete the Active gra mmar box with 5, tapescript to.7 on page 151 to help you. is, nor and are. Look at - next Monday "... ....... visit a "... have a customer holiday Active grammar 1 Nicks not going to ploy football tomorrow. He s going 0 Im. going to get married. to play tennis. She_ find a new job. c Work in pairs. Ask 0 Hes lH1l going to move to Ireland. questions from the chart in Theyre _ going to get married soon. . EX·4 b. 0 _ you going to hove a party? A: Is Nick going to play she see Daniel tonight? football tomorrow? 0 What _ Where you he I going to do tomorrow? stay? B: No, he isnt. d Tell your partner you r plans for next week.see Reference page 107
  • Pronunciation b Which of the phrases did you/your friends! your family do in the past? Tell your partner.5 a GJD listen and write the four questions A: My brother started a business three years ago, and answers. 1 A: Are you going to buy her a present? e Which of these things are you going to do in the future? Tell your partner. B: Yes, f am. When / m forty, / m going to start a business. b listen again. How do you pronounce going In ten years time. Im going to retire. to? Repeat the questions and answers with a partner. ListeningSpeaking 8 a cmD listen. Charlie tells a story about a fisherman and his grandson. Put the grandsons6 What are your plans for this year/nex.t year? phrases in the correct order. Make notes and then tell your partner. ,. m going to move to a new flat next year. ( 1 sta rt a business ( J enjoy my life ( J go fishing ( 1 J go to university [ J make a lot of money ( ) be richVocabulary I future plans b listen again. The fisherman asks three7 a Match a phrase in the box to a picture 1-6 questions. What are they? below. 9 look at the prompts in Ex. Sa. Can you get fit go to university retir~ remember the conversation between the learn to drive start a business fisherman and his grandson? have a child/children A: What are you going to do in life? B: / m going to go to university. Speaking 10 Imagine. You win €3 million on the lottery. What are you going to do? Make notes and then tell your partner.
  • Holiday of a lifetime 1 a look at the photos of holidays A- D. Put them in order for you (1 = favourite, 2 = second favourite, etc). Compare with a partner. b Think about your favourite holiday from your past. Complete the questionnaire below. When was it? ...................... Where did you go? ..................... . Who did you go with? ..................... . How long did you stay? ...................... Where did you stay (hotel. 8&8. etc)? ..................... . What did you do in the morning and afternoon? ..................... . . What did you do in the evening? ..................... . c Work in pairs. Use yo ur notes to tell your holiday stories to your partner. My favourite holiday was in 1999. J went to South Africa with my wife and we went on a Safari. We stayed for two weeks and ... 2 a Make a list of cities/ places you want to go t o on holiday. Compare with your partner. b Imagine. You and your partner win a holiday of a lifetime. Read the rules below. The Rulel I It is a two-week holiday. .I You can fly to three different places. 5 You always fly from west to east around the world . JI You always travel together. c Work in pairs. Plan your holid ay. Choose three destination s and make notes: 1 where (e. g. Marrakech in Morocco) ; 2 how long (e.g. four days) ; 3 plans (e.g. go to the markets, see the Atlas mountains) A: How about Marrakech? B: Yes, good ideo. I want to go there. How long are we going to stay? 3 Find a new partner. Explain your holiday plans to your new partner. First, were going to fly to Marrakech in Marrocco. Were going to stay there for four days. Were going to see the Atlas mountains and were going to go to the markets. Then were going to fly to ...
  • 10 Reference The Past Simple Regular verbs 0 : you move he to work? walk : Did she to school? o it go come to London? You we He lived in Rome. they She worked with my sister. It stayed in a nice hotel. We Use Did + subject + verb to make questions. Do not They use the past form in the question. Oid they moved to Poris?To make the Past Simple of regular verbs. add -ed to Did they move to Paris?the end of the verb. Going toIrregular verbs Use going to + verb to talk about plans for the future. o You He saw a new camera. 0 :I m She bought D nicecor. · You · re It We hod a computer. · , : He going to get {it. They : She 5 not going retire. : It to get married.A lot of verbs are irregular in the Past Simple · We · reaffirmative; for example:buy-bought come-came do-did · They reeat-ate find-found get-gotgive-gave go-went have-hodmake-made read ;h:d/-read"too/ 0 : Amsoy-said see-sow speak-spoke : Are you · ·win-won write-wrote · · he toke the bus? : Is she going to ..=,-. visit my sister? it 0 : I : Are · we · · You didnt talk · · He She to Cynthia. didnt listen to the pop star. : Are they · · It didnt go out. · · They · We · · Key vocabulary Verbs + nounsUse didnt + verb to make the negative. Do not use lose your wallet stea l a mobile phonethe past form in the negative. stay in bed win the lottery find some moneyShe diM t Vie" Ie the eifleme. move to a new house break your armShe didnt go to the cinema. meet a famous person Future plans get fit go to university have a child/chi ldren learn to drive retire start a new business
  • Compl ete the email with the verbs in the box in Complete each sentence with the co rrect form the Past Simple. of the ve rb in brackets in t he Past Sim pl e. t Haw did you break your arm? (break) wa tch talk cook wotk: visit stay play 2 They _ _ a lot of money. (win) 3 Why _ _ the police _ _ them? (arrest) Hi Felicia, 4 1_ _ _ _ any clothes today. (not buy) How was your weekend? I (1) worked on Saturday 5 Your mother _ _ to the supermarket for ©- I have a lot of work at the moment. In the some bread. (go) evening, my friend (2) _ _ dinner for me and 6 My wife _ _ your dog in the park an hour we (3) _ _ a film. That was nice! On Sunday ago. (see) morning, I (4) _ _ tennis with my friends and 7 What _ _ you _ _ for dinner? (have) in the afternoon , my cousin (s) _ _ me. He lives in Ireland. We (6) _ _ at home and (7) 8 They _ _ married last year. (get) _ _ about our lives. Hes very happy in Ireland. Hope youre ok. Send me an email soon! 5 Wri te questions t o find the missing informat ion. Kiera ? s going to retire. Who s going to retire?2 Write comp lete se ntences in t he Past Simple. 2 Im going to buy a _-_ ? 1 (my friend / start/ a new job) What are YOU going to buy? My friend started a new jab. 3 Theyre going to ? 2 (Louise/move/to America?) --- ---- , 4 Were going to see _-_ ? at the cinema. 3 O/ not talk/ to my boss) ---? 5 ? s going to get fit. 4 (you/play chess/with Michelle?) ---- ? ---? 6 Im gOing to call _-,_ 1 5 (Quentin and I/ cook / dinner) --- 7 Lucys going to go to _-_ ? University. 6 (Pietro/ not like/ his present) ---- ? 8 Tom and Minnie are going to move to _-,1_ 7 (The artist/ start/ a new painting/ in 1994) ---- ? 8 (they/ want / eat out tonight?) ---? 6 Match the start of each sentence 1-8 to the end of each se nten ce a-h. Fi nd t he Past Simp le of the following verbs in , The police officer a your leg? t he Word grid. , It was two thousand, b len euros. 1 have 5 give 3 He wants to start ( arrested him. 2 find 6 steal 4 When did they get d children? 3 take 7 go 5 Its five thousand and e a business. 4 meet 8 say 6 How did you break f did she go to? 7 Which university g two hundred e y u b f 8 Do you want to have dollars. m e 0 0 k h married? s a d u k t a z g n m o g h a d v f v d f es w ent
  • Communication activitiesLesson 2.2 1Ex. 7a, page 23 Lesson 4.31 EX.2b, You are Vittoria page 44You are Terri Name: Name: "Terri Niewn Vittoria Lombard i Age: 4:!!~,-- __ Age: "42--_ _ ~- From: lhe Lil< From: 1",,,,,,,14<--_ Address: ,q filamDre "lreel~ Address: 6lJ Bishop Road, UlnaDn Hampstead, London Phone N2: ow ?~qo ?,~4 Phone N2: 020 SliD 4455 Mobile N2: o1q?? ?4~ (,1~ Mobile N2: 071469933SJ You are Sanjay. You are Hans. Name: Name: Saojay Naveen Ualls Melo Age: !l2.~_ _ Age: 3",4,,-_ _ From: India From: GermallYAddress: 16 Dav i& Street. Address: qO Claptoll Road.Ealing. L()od()o Clapton. LOildoltPhone N2: 020 HtO 1005 Phone N2: 020 gl6q 71q7Mobile Nil: 07881 tt2QOl Mobile N2: 07225 gq3223 Lesson 3.3 1Ex. 6, page 35 Student B I
  • Communication activities Communication 4 I Ex. 2b, page 46 Lesson 8.2 I E 3c, page 82 x. A present for Pauls sister: money St ud ent B Lesson 6.2 I E 9, page 63 x. • newugent Student A c I Name IIngrid Young I ca, From I Scotland I - po" ~L=i=ve==i=~I=v=,="=c=ou=v=e="=rc==,=d========1 bOOk Chemist cinema ," Mercer Street ........... King Street ~H=ollid=a=y=o==b=u==i"=e=,=,!I=b=U=,="=e=,,=======1 i gallery a Burger ~ at ~JO=b~I s=le,=cep~====~1 English bar sell suitcases and backpacks to shops .- ! <n [ Work for IThe Big Bag Company i• I -- m a. Work where near Vancouver White cafe Husband I William Young (Student B) Ask for: • the shoe shop Student B • the sports shop • the bus stop • the Blue Cafe • the museum Lesson 9.1 Answer: John Lennon I Ex. Sb, page 91 I IName William Young Lesson 8.3 I Ex. 2a, page 84 I I From Australia Stud ent C The Top Restaurants in the World. I Live in Vancouver, Canada I H oliday or business Ibusiness French Laundry is in I Job Sales rep California in the US. It is the number three I Do sell tea and coffee to supermarkets 1 restaurant in the world. (Res/Uur"nt Maguzint. 2005) Work ror I Coffee Love There are 17 rabIes but 400 people want to book a table every day! I Work where I in Vancouver I Wife j lngrid Young (Student A)II
  • Communication activitiesLesson 7 .1 I Ex. 8e, page 71See page 112 ror answers. Lesson 8 .3 I E 2a, page 84 x.Lesson 5 .2 I Ex. 8, page 53 Student A The Top Restaurants in the World.Student AYou are a hotel receptionist. ........ Atourisl: klformatlon office A book A coffel! Abank shop shop Anewsagent The Far Duck ~on blum al • .- Town Square .......... ...,. Communication 8 I E 2, page 86 x. shop Student A Person Address Mr M. Haddon 14d Brooklyn Road Mrs A. Walker 14C Brooklyn Road Miss Z. Smith 16b Brooklyn Road Mr J. Heller 14a Brooklyn Road Mr G. Dyer t2a Brooklyn Road
  • Communication activities Communication 4 I Ex. 2b, page 46 Lesson 6,2 I Ex. 9, page 63 Stud ent C Student A b Name I Pamela Price I -- From the US d I Live in liverpool, the UK "" pa" Holiday or business holiday • Chemist cinema Job Idesigner t:: Mercer Street King Street i 1 Do d"ign bag. I I - ganery shoelhoP h .......01 01 Work for Bags R Us .. ~ k ( Work where in Liverpool ~ ........ Ron Price (Student D) -- " • a. White cafit Student 0 Ask for: • the English school I IName Ron Price • the burger bar • the department store • the newsagent • the books hop IFrom Ithe UK Lesson 6.1 I Ex. 6a, page 61 I I Live in Liverpool, the UK Student B 1 big cities I Holiday or business I holiday 2 John Lennons music 3 Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles I IJob teacher 4 museums 5 Julia Roberts I IDo teach English 6 Bill Gates 7 the countryside Lesson 7,1 I Ex. 8e, page 71 Answers: 1 April 2 January 3 October 4July Work where I in Live rpool Lesson 8.2 I Ex. 3e, page 82 Wife I Pamela Price (Student C) A present for Pauls sister: money
  • Communication activitiesCommunication 6 I Ex. 3<, page 66findan icepresent chart8 0 6 ) Who for? For him For her work long hours? [t olie a pen married? a book candles have children? an MP3 player flowers travel 0 lot? a trovel iron a suitcase can cook? a set of a cookery saucepans book watch a lot of films? aDVD oDVD listen to a lot of oCD oCD music?Lesson 8.2 I Ex. 8a, page 83 Lesson 8.3 I Ex. 2a, page 84Read the quiz questions. Tick (.I) A. B or C. Student BA ", Yes, I have. B = No, but I want one. The Top Restaurants in the WorldC - No, and I dont want one. ABC 1 Have you got a computer? 2 Have you got an MP3 player? 3 Have you got a digital camera? 4 Have you got a camera-phone? 5 Have you got a DVD player? 6 Have you got a camcorder? 7 Have you got a LCD TV? 8 Have you got a GPS device? 9 Have you got a CD player in your car? a
  • Communication activitiesLesson 8.3 I Ex. 11, page 85 Lesson 5.2 I Ex. 8, page 53Students Band ( Student B You are a hotel guest . Ask questions with Is th . near here?or Are there Q ere a ... chart. ny ... near here?Complete the Salt and Pepper M enu What? Yes/ No Where? Restaurant Yes (2) 1: next to the gallery STARTERS Chicktn SJ1lad 2=next to the bank Vrgrtnbk soup Market Fmit salad Bookshop MAIN COU RSES Bu!nlld IIrgr f(/bks with riet Tourist Lamb wrry information Fmit uzlnd office DESSERTS Coffee shop Chocolau if( cream Fm; cake Train staiton ellmr and bwcuill Bank Chemist •Lesson 10.1 I Ex. 11b, page 101 ..... " Communicat Student B Ion 8 I Ex. 2, page 86 Mrs M. Atwood 16a Brooklyn RoadTwo years latet, the police arrested Vencenzo PefUggia. Mr J. Coe 14b Brooklyn RoadHe was the thief. But hoW did he steal the Mona Usa? Mi ss T. Morrison 12b Brooklyn Road Vencenzo was in the Louvre on August 21, 1911. The Mr O. Pamuk 16c Brooklyn Road museum was very quiet. When VencenZO walked out. Mrs A levy 12CBrooklyn Road the Mona Lisa was under his coat. The painting stayed in Vencenzos apartment. near the Louvre. for two years. In 1913. Vencenzo wanted to sell the painting. He wanted to sell it in ltaJy. The polICe arrested him in Milan.
  • Communication activitiesLesson 9.2 I Ex. lob, page 93 Start Finish. a
  • Film stills 1 look at the pictures. Match a conversation A-F below to a picture 1-6. 3 Conversation A A: Mitsuru? B: Yes? A: Good to meet you. Im Andy. B: Good to meet yoU, too. Conversation B A: This is Ros; Bates. Shes from our head office in the US. B: Hi. c: Hi. Conversation C A: ,.. and John Cooper. Managing Director of Omega. B: How do you do, Miss Valdez. c: Im very pleased to meet you all. But please call me Ana. Conversation 0 A: Hi.lohn. S: Oh. hi, Keira. How are you? A: Im fine. thanks. And you? B: Fine. fine. Keira , this is laurence. A: Hi. Nice to meet you. C: Nice to meet you, too. Conversation E A: Hi, Tommy. How are you? B: Im fine. thanks. Conversation F A: How are you doing? B: Great, thank you. 2 Watch the film. Check your answers. 3 Work in pairs. Choose a ~ictu re and write a new conversation. 4 Read your conversation to the class. Can they guess which picture?
  • ~aVOUIites 1 Work in pairs. look at the photos and answer the questions. Photo 1: Who is the actor? Photo 2: Who is the writer? Photo 3: What city is it? Photo 4: What TV programme is it? 2 Complete the table with the cities, actors, books and TV programmes in the box. Mr Bean The Picture of Dorian Gray Robert de Nira l:eOOoo Oliver Twist Renee Zellweger Doctor Who Jane Fonda Auckland Murder on the Orient Express Toronto The Blue Planet City Actor Book TV programme London 3 Watch the film and check your answers. 4 Ask your partner the questions from the film.
  • , PACIFI C a CE A N A TLANTIC a C EA N 1 Work in pairs. Write some words connected to Canada. The Rockies Montreal 2 look at the map of Canada. Mark these places on the map. , Vancouver 2 Victoria 3 Nova Scotia • 5 The Rockies Montreal 3 Watch the film and check your answers. Mark Gill Williams journey on the map. 4 Match the phrases below to the places 1-5 in Ex 2. .) •... [its1 on Vancouver IslandI b) ... the mountains here are great ,... its very cold here in winter <) d) ... a beautiful city near the mountains .) •... on the Atlantic Ocean 5 Which place is your favourite?
  • FILM o BANE1 Match a phrase 1-6 in the table to a photo a- f above. 1 A bunch of flowers your mother. 2 A bottle of perfume your new boyfriend. 3 A pair of trainers ;, a good present for your new girlfriend . 4 A T-shirt isnt a 10 year-old boy_ S A book your boss. 6 A vase a colleague.2 Make se ntences about the photos. Use the table above. A bunch of flowers is a good present for your new girlfriend. A bottle of perfume isnt a good present for a w year-old boy.3 look at the photos below, read the sentences and then watch the film. Put the phrases in the order that you hear them. Steve: Can I have a cappuccino, please? 0 Steve: Theyre for my mother. Its her birthday. 0 Mike: Nice to meet you, too. 0 lisa: Oh, Steve. theyre lovely. Thank you. 0 Steve: How much are those pink. flowers? 0 Mike: Can I help you? ID lisa: This is Steve. my new boyfriend. 0 Mike: Are these for your mother. too? 04 Work in pairs. Can you remember the conversation in the flower shop? Mi ke: Good morning. Steve: Good morning. Mike: Can f help you? Steve: Yes, please. How much are these flowers?
  • 1 Work in pairs. look at the photographs. Are they good places for a holiday? Give reasons. I think the Volley of the Kings is a good place for a holiday. Its hot, there are goad hotels and the Valley of the Kings is amazing2 look at the table below. Before you watch the film, match a se ntence 1-9 to a place a-c. 1 There are really good shops. 2 There arent any big hotels. 3 Its quiet and there arent a lot of people. .) Cornwall • There are great hotels . 5 The coast is amazing, too. b) New York 6 Its very beautiful and very romantic. c) Murawhai in New Zealand 7 There are miles and miles of sandy beaches. 8 The buildings are fantastic. 9 There are some fantastic tourist attractions there.3 Watch the film and check your answers ..4 Work in pairs. What is you r favourite pla ce for a holiday from the film . Give reasons. New York is my favourite place for a holiday from the film. There are really good hotels and a lot of shops.
  • 1 Put the words in t he photos in the correct column below. bands singers instruments kinds of music Queen2 Work in pairs. Add more words to each column. Use your dictionary if you want to.3 Ask your partner questions with the words in the table. Use the questions below: Do you like ...? Can you play ... ? NOTE: use the for instruments: Can you play the guitar?4 Watch the video and complete Emmas questions below. 1 Where are you from? 2 What kind of music do you like? 3 Who are you r favourite _ _ and _ _ ? 4 Do you listen to a lot of music? 5 What _ _ do you play? 6 Do you _ _ long hours? 7 Canyou _ _ ? 8 Do you _ _ alot?5 Can you remember Andys answers?6 Ask your partner the questions in Ex. 4.
  • 1 Work in pairs. Add more ideas to the two lists below. Use your dictionary if you want to. A good job A good salary A bad job A poor solory2 look at the photos and the sentences below. Who do you think says each sentence: Sarah, Michael, Yemi or Derek? 1 I work with lois of people. _ _ 2 I dont like the early start. IIs awful. _ _ 3 I never take work home with me. 4 I dont like the early mornings. _ _ 5 I make cakes for the morning coffee break. 6 I design books and book covers. _ _ 7 I answer the phone and I greet visitors to the company. Sarah 8 I see lots of people and I like that. _ _3 Watch the film and check your answers. Then complete the information about each person in the table. Sarah Michael Yemi Derek Starts work: Starts work: Starts work: Starts work: 100 clock Finishes work: Finishes work: Finishes work: Finishes work:4 Put the four jobs in order of preference for you . Show your partner. Give reasons. Michael s job ;s number one on my list. I like food and he finishes work early.
  • FILM BANH1 look at the photos 1-10. Match a word/ phrase from the box below to each photo. climbing scuba diving in-line skating windsurfing bun gee jumping canoeing snowboarding BMX racing parascending skateboarding2 Complete the sentences below with one or more of the words/phrases in the box. Then read your sentences to your partner. I want to try .0. f dont wont to try ...3 Work in pairs. Read the phrases below from the film. Which activity do you think they refer to? 1 exciting 8MX racing 2 quiet ... the colours are amazing _ _ 3 fun but it isnt always easy _ __ 4 very djfficult but very exciting _ __ 5 exciting - you can see for miles _ __ 6 cheap and easy to learn _ __ 7 great fun _ __ 8 fast and exciting 9 easy but it isnt boring _ __ 10 great _ __4 Watch the film and check your answers.5 Work in pairs. Choose a title below and write a list. Give reasons. The top five exciting holiday activities The top five relaxing holiday activities The top five activities for a rainy weekend at home The top five relaxing holiday activities 1 lying in the sun
  • Look at the pictures. Match each picture to an underlined word in Ex. 2. Read the sentences below. Which sentences do you think are true? 100 years ago in the UK ... a) most men were in a suit and hat. b) there werent any horses on the street. c) there were cows on the street. d) there werent any football teams. e) there wasnt any free time for most people. f) there were a lot of old people. g) there were exercise classes for school children. h) all ten year old children were at school. i) there were a lot of cars on the roads. j) there were trams 00 the roads. k) there werent any bicycles. I) walks in the park were popular. m) funfairs were popular. n) days at the sea were popular. 0) rugby was popular. p) there were shows and concerts at the beach.3 Watch the film and check your answers.4 Work in pai rs. Discuss the questions. 1 What can you remember about the film? 2 What was surprising in the film? 3 What do you think was similar to your country in the film?
  • • Cucumber_sandwiches FILM 1 Work in pairs. look at the photos. Do you know how to play any of these games? Can you play them? Tell you r partner. 2 Read the article on bowls then close your hooks. What can you remember about bowls? Tell your partner. 1 Donl touch or kick the bowls during a game. 2 Wear white clothes. 3 Don( walk across other games on the green. -4 Dont make a noise when someone is bowling. 5 Don ( get angry when you lose. 6 Be polite to the other team. 7 You can take a tea-break in the middle of the game. S Be polite 10 the referee. 9 Don { shout. 10 Donllhrow your bowl on Ihe ground. 11 Be polile 10 your learn-male. 12 Accepi Ihe referees decision. 3 Watch the film. Which dos and donts did they break? Make sentences. 1 They touched and kicked the bowls during the gome. 4 Work in pairs. What activities are popular with old people in your country?
  • Writing bank A holiday emailWrite a subjectfor your email The first sentence: ,_---------tr---Begin the emai l: How are you? orHi or Hello + name - - - --U. Hi Claudia email for your Thanks How are you? Were on holiday in switzerland . Were inTalk about the Lausanne. Our holel is The Atlantis Hotel.place: Its great. The Lausanne is small andyour hotel/ the beautiful. Its on Lake Geneva.town, etc. Use End the email:contractions:were. its, ... The two attachments are photos. Photo 1 is Jason is Jason in our hotel room ~n~e~ a~ Photo 2 and me. Were alt;L~a~k:e:G~e v~ . . --ii-- See you an + day or See you soon or Hope to see you See you on Tuesday! soonExplain anyattachments Love, louise For your close friends, write Love, or From, + name. For other people write Best wishes + nameWriting tip I punctuation· - a full stop • Use capital letters for countries, nationalities andA. B, C, etc - capital letters languages.,"" a com ma Shes from ~ain. Shes ~anish.? == a question mark Commas• - an apostrophe • Use commas in lists.Full stops Its smafl~ old and beautiful.• Use a full stop at the end of a sentence . The attachment is a photo of LauraLAdom and Our hotel is The Atlantis Hotel. Sarah. • Use a comma before please and after yes and na.Capital letters Whats your name Lplease?• Use a capital letter at the beginning of a sentence. A: Coffee? B: No. thank you. Ihe two attachments are photos. Apostrophe• Use capi tal letters for the names of people, places, days, months, books and films: • Use an apostrophe to show a contraction. My favourite author is !:!.emingway. We are on holiday. --7 We:re on holiday. ~ee you on Ihursday. • Use an apostrophe + S to show possession.• Use a capital letter for the pronoun I. Do you like Jason~ car. Can 1have a coffee, please? They are Susan}, books
  • Writing bank A description I my favou,ite place for a holiday My favourite place for a holiday is London. f - - Where is it? Its in the It s the capital of the UK and it s in the north/south/eost/ west/ south-east of England. There arc a lot of centre 0(+ country museums, shops, restaurants and other tourist u,se ca pltaldletterB, fOI~ p aces: Lon on, er m, attractions. Austria. Poland, ... Londons parks are great. Hyde Park isUse apostrophe + 5 (5) - -->, in the centre of London. It s very big andto show possession:Londons parks, the in summer there are concerts in the park.Queens palace, ... Ham pstead Heath is beautiful , too. It s a big park in the north of L ondon. T he Brit ish Museum is very popular. It s ~(--- Use adjectives to very big and the bu ild ing is qu ite old. But I describe a place: popular, great, modern, think The Science Museum is Londons top beautiful, old, ... attractio n. It s in South Ke nsington, near the c;entre of London. The exhibitions are great! The London Eye is a new tourist atlraction.Ta lk about location: in, - --» Its a big wheel. It s on the Rivcr Thames,on, near, next to, ... near Big Be n. It s expensive but the views of London are amazing.Writing tip I and, but• Use and before the last item in a list. • Use but to join two different (contrasting) There are a lot of museums, shops, restaurants and sentences. other tourist attractions. The countryside is beautiful. The beaches are awful. The British Museum is very big, very old and very --7 The countryside is beautiful but the beaches are popular. awful. Hes an actor and a teacher. Theres a museum in the town. There isnt a gal/ery. --7 Theres a museum in the town but there isnt a• Use and to join two similar sentences. gal/ery. The countryside is beautiful. The beaches are great. --7 The countryside is beautiful and the beaches are great. Hyde Park is very big. There are concerts in the park. --7 Hyde Park is very big and there are concerts in the park. I
  • Writing b ank A letter to a friend IS" We.sto..oo:. R6""". Lell-cl, ~ Write your address hereWrite the date here JqMt;",o.D.." JqG1 21"0Begin the letter:Dear + name _____-) t)eDY F....I-i-, First paragraph: How -low ","e yo ....? l.o,,~ 1-IOe,loO see! «~_______ are you?or I hope youre well. I live tl Jqol-ti",h",,,,,, 101,0.0. 1-1) Iew .".,J.~ ..es$ is ""I- tl,..e YOp ~ --his leH-e ... IIM. D PA 1 .". c OlMp .-e y 10Join two sentences withand or but. _ _ _---» C OIf .........y 11>1."1, .... Je ..elM.y is " s",les ....ssist""""t ;" .... J.e....rl-v-e:I- sto..e. .i-Pe is ~OO .... "1.... IIM very I-",..,py. I ~e l- I.o.f Dt 7 "cc>c:. "....... h ....ve o..e",:.-PQISt bl.- Je..e"",y ,ets ....p Dl.t ., 0 doc:.. -Ie st<l...ts """- ....1- 0 oclod:-. We ~Ii s h wc»":. ",I-Ask about his/ her life , o·clc)d:. ....,,"" Jeye lM.Y C~:.S J"ille: ... I.... tV.e eve..i ", ....e w",-co. -rv ¢or .,eM " b oo:.. I-()I,o,o is yo ...... li.pe? A.,e: )0.0. sHU .... bv.ilJ.e::r ? For close friends, write End the letter ______-» Ple....se ...,.,il-e D"J. -ell ~ yo ...... Ie:ws. Love, or From. + name .ove, . ( - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - For other people write Fv~, Best wishes. + name Writing tip I speUing of verbs in the Present Simple with he/she/it • With he, she and it add -s to the verb. • For verbs ending in consonant + -y, remove the -y and add ·ies. I get up early. He get5. up late. I carry the big bags and my brother carries the small I start work at 9 oclock. She start5. work at 10 oclock. bags. NOTE: For verbs ending in vowel + -y, add s. • With verbs ending in ·ch, -sh, -s, -x, -z and -a , add I play tennis and my sister plaYi basketball. -es to the verb with he, she and it. NOTE: have is irregular. They watch TV She watches TV We have a small house but she has a big house. We do exercise every day. He does exercise every day. I finish work at 5 oclock. She finish§. work at 6 oclock.
  • Writing bank A formal emailWrite a su bject for youremail ~-------tt;/-- Begin the email: Dear Waterbridge Hotel , ... Dear+ name Dont use I would like some more information about contractions your hotel. • Do you have a double room available on Saturday 3rd June and Sunday 4th June? • How much is a double room for two nighls? • Is breakfast included? • Has the hotel got a swimming pool?End the email with I look I look forward to your reply. For formal letters andforward to your reply. emails, end with Yours Yours sincerely <------- - - - - --..-- sincerely, or Yours I faithfuJfy, + name (see table below) .Writing tip I forma l English and informal EnglishThese are the main differences between formal English and in formal English in writ ing. Informal Formal e.g. an email to a friend e.g. a business letter Start with: Start with: • Hi + first name. • Dear + MrtMrs;Miss;Ms. + surname. NOTE: we dont use NOTE: When you dont know the persons name, • Deer FrieIlS, start with: • Hi FFieRB, • Dear Sir or Madam. Before you end the email use: Before you end the email, use: • See you soon. • I look forward to your reply. • Speak to you soon. • flook forward to hearing from you soon. End with: When you start with Dear + name, end with: • Best wishes, • Yours sincerely. • From, NOTE : When you start with Dear Sir or Madam, end • Love, with: • All the best, • Yours faithfully. When you dont know the person very well, end with: Do not use contractions. Use: • Regards, • I am, you are, they are, etc. • Kind regards, NOTE: it is OK to use dont. Use contractions: • e.g. Im, youre, theyre, etc. Use would like, not want. • I would like some information about ... • J 16111 58ffle ill{sHIIeti811 a08tJI ... a
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  • 5 Part 31 Minimal pairs • • • • Phonetic symbol • Example • PI • • • • • • • • 1 : /II • big • I~ • • • • • • 2 • /II • sit · li: j • • • • • : lrel • map : 101 3 • • • • • • • 4 . /II • live • III. • • • • • • 5 • 1111 • • cup • • • I~ • • 6 : li:1 • me • I::>.. • • • • • • 7 : /II : ship •10. • • • • • • 8 • /II • lift • Ie, • • • • • . Ii 9 : 10:1 • • car • • • · • " 10 : 101 • box : lu, • • • • • • 11 • li:1 • he • 13 • • • • • • 12 : li:1 : Sophie • I;}1 • • • • • • 13 : lei • let : Ie • • • • • • 14 • laIl • kite • Ie • • • • • •
  • Pronunciation bank Part 4 I Syllable stress Words with more than one syllable have the stress on on, i-syllable words : 2-syllable wo • • • • • one six big young read : happy sever • learn friend great lake • morning pa! • house beach road west • website • sun : awful teachr • • modern Sur • • 3-syllable words • 3-syllable we • 00 :0 • 0 • • India favourite gallery holiday : eleven com beautiful Saturday visitor : espresso at • • newsagent medium popular • Important ~ • opposite interview architect : reporter to! hospital : tomorrow e Part 51 Sentence stress and weak forms
  • (a pair of) shoes [Ju:z] 3. 2(a pair of) trousers [trauz~z] 3. 2(in) brackets [brrelats] 8.1(on the) floor [fb:] 6 tis, 7e/a(past) experience [IkspI~ri~n s] 9.2play chess [tJes] 8//inability [~bIl~ti] 5.3about four years [~baut ,f:): jI~Z] 10.1above [~ bAV] 6.1abroad [~br::>:d] 7.2accountant [~kaunt~nt] 2.3, 6.2activity [rektlv~ti] 6.2actor [rekt~] 2.3Act out the conversation. [,rekt aut O~ ,konv~seIJ~n] 7.3a cup of tea [~ ,up ~v ti:] 7.3add [red] 6.2address [~dres] 2 //inadult [redAIt, ~dAIt] 4.3adverb [,redv3:b] 7.2advert [redv3:t] 10.2afternoon [,o:ft~ nu:n] 1.1again [~gen, ~gem] 6.1a2e reld,l 2.1
  • A-Z Vocabulary list brother [brA(y:}] 2 [/in brown [braun] 4.2 brunch [brAntJ] 6.3 build [bIld] 6.2 builder [bIld;)] 6.2 building [bddll)] 5 [/in bus stop [bAS stop] 4 [/in busy [blzi] 10.3 but [~t, bAt] 10.1 Bye. [bal] 3 cia cafe [krefeI] 4 [/in calendar [,krei;)nd;)] 7.1 call centre [k:::>:1 ,sent;)] 7 [/in camcorder [krem,b:d;)] 8.2 camera [krem;)f;)] 3.2 can [k;)n, kren] 5.3 Canada [,kren;)d;)] 2.3 candle [krendl] 6 cia Can he call you back? [k;)n hi ,b:i ju brek] 7 tisII Can I have an espresso, please?I [,kren al hrev ;)n espres;)u pli:z] 4.2 Can I help you? [kren al help ju] 3 tis
  • daughter [d:):t~] 2//in day of the week [del ~v 00 wi:k] 3.3 dead [ded] 9 //in December [dIsem~] 7.1, department store [dIpo:tm~nt ,st:):] 3 //in describe [dlskraJb] 6.3 description [drskrlpJ~n] 5.1,9.2 design [dJzam] 6.2 designer [dlza m~] 6.2 dessert [drz3:t] 7.3 dial [daI~l] 1 cia dictionary [dlkJ~n~ri] 6 cia different [drf~~nt] 6.2 difficult [dJflk~lt] 8.1 digital camera Ldld31tl krem~r~] 8.2 disaster ldl zo:st~] 9//in dishes [dIJlz] 9.3 do [du:] 6.2 do an interview [du: ~n mt~vju:] 6.1 doctor [dokt~] 2.3 do exercise [du: e ks~saJz] 8 //in
  • A-Z Vocabulary listfrench [frentJ] 5.2frequency [,fri:kw;:)nsi] 7.2friday [fraIdi, -del] 3.3fridge [fnd3] 5 c/o, 8.2friend [frend] 2.1from Tuesday to Sunday [mm ,tju:zdi t;:) sAndi] 3.3from two oclock to four oclock [frnm ,tu: ;:)klok t;:) f:):r ;:),klok] 5.3fruit [fru:t] 7.3funny [fAni] 9 tisfurniture [,f3:mtJ;:)] 8.2gallery [grel;:)ri] 3 //ingame [gelm] 9.1gap [grep] 6.2general [d3en;:)f;:)I] 5.3Germany [d33:m;:)ni] 1.2get fit [get fIt] 10.3get married [ge t mrerid]10 //inget up [get A p] 6.3give an opinion [,gIv ;:)n ;:)pmj;:)n] 5.1give information (about) [,gIV mf;:)meIJ;:)n] 2.1
  • Im sorry. [aIm sori] 4 cia immediate [Imi:di;:;,t] 10.3 immediately [Imi:di;:;,tli] 3 tis important [Imp:):t;:;,nt] 5.1 in [m] 5.2, in a lot of ways [m ;:;, lot ;:;,v welz] 6.2 in bold [ID b;:;,uld] 9.1 in class [ID klo:s] 7.1 India [mdi;:;,] 1.2 Indian [mdi;:;,n] 5.2 in front of [ID frAnt ;:;,v, ov] 5.2 in the afternoon/morning/evening [m oi ,o:ft;:;,nu:n, m:):nI1), i:Vlli1)] 5.3 in the north of [In 00 n:):8 ;:;,v] 5 //in inside [Insald, msald] 10.2 instant coffee [,mst;:;,nt kofi] 4.1 instruction [mstrAkJ;:;,n] 7. 1 intelligent [mtelId3;:;,nt] 6//in interesting [mtr;:;,stI1)] 8.1 interview [Int;:;,vju:] 6.1 introduce someone [,Intr;:;,dju:s ,sAmwAn] 1.3 . . .. ....
  • A-Z Vocabulary listmeal [mi:l] 9.2mean lmi:n] 7 ciameaning ,mi:nIl)] 9.1medium [,mi:di;;)m] 4.1member [mem);;)] 6.3men [men] 4.3menu [,menju:] 8.3Mexico [mekslbu] 1 ciamicrowave oven [,ma!lc!;}welv A v;;)n] 8.2midnight [mldnaIt] 6.3milk [mIlk] 4. 1, 7.3mineral water [,mm;;)!;}1 ,w:):t;;)] 4.1mirror [ml!,;}] 8.2Miss Jones [mls d3;;)UnzJ 1.1mistake [mrstelk] 7.2mobile phone [,m;;)ubarl f;;)un] 2 //inmodel [modi] 9.1modern [,modn 13.1Monday [mwdi, -del] 3.3more [m:):] 6.1morn ing lm:):rul)] 1.1most of them [m;;)ust ;;)V O;;)mjlO.1mother rmAQ;;)] 2 //in
  • Pardon? [po:dnJ 1.3parents [ped~ntsJ 9.1park [po:k] 8.2part [po:t] 6 c/opartner [po:tnd] 6 c/opassport [po:spo:t] 2 //inpast [po:stJ 9 //inpasta [prestd] 8.3pay by credit card [,pel bal kredlt ko:d] 4.3pen [pen] 6 c/opeople [pi:pdI11.3pepper [pepd18.3permission [pdmIJdn] 9.3person [p3:sdn] 4.3personal details [,p3:sdndl di:terlz] 2.2phone [fdun] 2 //inphone call [fdun b:l] 7.1phone number [fdun ,nAmbd] 1 c/ophoto [fdUtdU] 2 //inphrase [frelz] 1.3pianist [pi:dnlSt] 9.1picture [plktJd I 2.3place [plelsJ 3.1
  • A-Z Vocabulary list Scotland [,skotl:md] 5.2 Scottish [SkotIJ] 5.2 sea [si:] 5 //in seafood [si:fu:d] 8.3, second [sek;;)nd] 6.1 See you on Friday. Lsi: ju on fraIdi] 3 c/o, 8 tis sell [sel] 6.2 sentence [sent;;)ns] 6//in September [septemb;;)] 7.1 serve [S3:V] 8.3 seven [sev;;)n] 1.1 seventeen Lsev;;)nti:n] 2.1 seventy [sev;;)nti] 2.1 Shes sixty-two years old. Uiz ,srksti tu: jI;;)Z ;;)uld] 2.1 She is called Cynthia. LIi: IZ b:ld sInSi;;)] 6.1 She was born in 1963. Ui W;;)Z ,b::>:n m ,namti:n slksti Sri:] 9.1 She was good at horse-riding and painting. Ui W;;)Z ,gud ;;)t ,h::>:s raldu] ;;)n pemtll)] 9 tis shirt U3:t] 4.2
  • tell [tel] 6.1ten [ten] 1.1tennis court [terns b :t] B tisten to nine [ten t~ nam] 5 ciatest [test] 6//intext [tekst] 9.1Thanks. [8rel)ks] 7.2Thank you. [8rel)k ju] 1 //inThats forty-two thirty, please. [orets ,hti tu: 83:ti ,pli:z] 4.1Thats life. torets laIf] 10.2theatre [81~t~] B//inthe first of September [00 ,f3:st ~v septemb;:}] 7.3the ninth of February [00 ,nam8 ~v febru~ri, febjuri] 7.3then [oen]the second of July [o~ ,sek~nd ~v d3ulal] 7.3the third of April [00 ,83:d ~v elp~l] 7.3the twentieth of May [00 ,twenti~8 ~v mel] 7.3the UK [o~ ju: kel] 1.2the US [o~ ju: es] 1.2
  • A-Z Vocabulary listwedding [wedrl)] B.2Wednesday [wenzdi, -del] 3.3Welcome to ... Iwelbm t~, tu] 5.3Welcome to Easton Hotel. [,welk~m tu , i:st~n h~u tell 1 {/in, 5.3Well done! LweI dAn] 9.2Welsh [welJ] 5.2west [westl 5 {/inWhat about...? [wot ~baut] B tisWhat are you going to do? [,wot ~ ju g~ulg tu du: 110.3What food ... ? I,wot fu:dlB.3What happened? [,wot hrep~ndJ 10.3What is on sale? [,wot IZ on sertJ 4.2What kind of ... ? [wot kamd ~v] 4.2What time? [wot talm] B.3What would you like to drink? [,wot wud ju ,Ialk t~ dnl)k] 7.3Whats his job? Lwots hlz d30b] 2.3Whats the matter? [,wots 00 mret~19 tisWhats your address? [,wots i"r ,",I rlrp~ 1 ., .,
  • Verb Past Simple Past Participle Verb Past Simple Past Participleb, was /were been teave I" I,.become became become let let letbegin began begun lose lost lostbreak broke broken make made madebring brought brought mean meant meantbuild built built meet met metb,y bought bought py paid paid"0 could been able P" P" p",catch caught caught read / ri:d/ read / red / read /red/choose chose chosen ride rode riddencome came come ring rang rungcost cost cost "" "" "0dig d,g d,g "y said saiddo did done see "w seendraw drew drawn sell sold solddrink drank drunk send sent sentdrive drove driven shine shone shoneeat ", eaten show showed shownfall feU fallen sing sang sungfeedfeel f,d felt f,d felt sit sleep ,, slept sot sleptfind found found speak spoke spokenny n,w flown spend spent spentforget forgot forgotten stand stood stoodget got got steal stole stolengive gave given swim swam swumgo went gone/ been take took takengrow grew grown teach taught taughthave h,d h,d tell totd toldhear heard heard think thought thoughthold held held throw threw thrownhurt hurt hurt understand understood understoodkeep kept kept wear wore wornknow knew known win woo woolearn learned/ learnt learned/ learnt write wrote written I
  • Do you know? Recording 1 A- Auguste O- Daniel Unit. 1 Recording 121 supermarket 2 restaurant 3 cinema A; Good evening. l - luisa B- Boris A_Andy" camera 5 doctor 6 football 7 bus 0 ; Good evening, A: Hi Boris,8 television 9 pizza 10 tennis 11 taxi12 pollce 13 university 14 telephone • A_AuguSle P_ Peopl e B; Hi, Andy. This is luisa . A: Nice to meel you, Luisa.15 hotel A; Good night. l: Nice to meet you, too. P: Good night.Do you know? Recording 2 Unit 1 Recording 13zero, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, Unit 1 Recording 6 A_Andy l - luisaeight, nine, a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, i, j, k, I, m, n, 0, p, q, r, 5, I, l: Where are yo u from, Andy? u,v,w,x,y,z , A: Im from the US.Do you know? Recording 3 l ; Where are you from in the US?a, b, c, d, e, f, g, h, I, j, k, I, m, n, 0, p, q, r, S, t, Unit 1 Recording 7 A; Im from New York. Where are you from?u,v,w,x,y,z a h jk I bedeg ptv / f lm n sxz / iy I l : Im from Aigenlina. o/quw/r A; Where are you from in Argentina? L: Im from Rosario.Do you know? Recording 41 listen 2 read 3 write " speak Unit 1 Recording 85 match 6 repeat 7 look 1 India 2 Australia 3 Argentina Unit 1 Recording 14 "Japan 5 the US 6 Brazil 7 the UK 1 Where are you from? 8 Germany 9 Italy to Poland 1 Where are you from in Poland?Do you know? Recording l5 3 Im from ~saw.- -Sorry, I dont understandWhats H% in English? Unit 1 Recording 9(an you say that slowly, please? Unit 1 Recording 115Excuse me, can you help me? M- Martin S-Sunny Australia: six, one. M:Sunny [)eva? Brazil: double five. S: Yes. China ; eigh t, six.Unit 1 Recording 1 M: Hello, Mr Deva. Im Martin. Welcome to Japan: eight, one.R-Receptionlst G_Guest Mexico; fIVe, two. Ihe UK.R; Good morning.G: Good morning.R; Welcome to Easton Hotel. , S; Thank you. Russia: seven. Spain: three, four. Turkey; nine, 0, R_Rachel A-AnaG: Thank you. The UK: double four. R: Ana Goncalvez?Photo A The US: one. A: Yes,A- Alonzo C-Camila R: Hello, Mrs Goncalvez. Im Rachel.A: Hello. Im Alonzo Moreno. Welcome to Germany. Unit 1 Recording 16(; Hello. Im (amila Diaz. Nice to meet you. A; Thank you.A: Nice to mee t you, too. 3 M_Man W_WomanPhoto 0 A- Abby N_Nlcol e M; Directory enquiries. A; Nicole Redman? W: The Lamden Hotel, please.J-J ames N_ Nina N;Yes. M : Where is it?J; Hi Nina. A; Hello, Ms Redman. Im Abby. Welcome 10 W: Its in Rome, in Italy.N;Hi James. th e US. M: Thank you.Photo 8 N: Thank you. Machine: The number is: double 0 - threeM=Marla H_ Helga - nine - six - eight - one - two - nine - fourM: Hello. Im Maria Hofmann. Whars yourname? , 1 Recording 10 Unit. -one. I repeat: double a -three - nine - six - eishtH; Im Helga Peters. A; Coffee? - one - two - nifle - four - one.Photo ( , B; Yes, please. Unit 2 Recording 1Unit 1 Recording 2 W- Waiter C-Customer 1 mother son 2 father daushter1 Good morning. W; Black pepper? 3 sister brother "father son2 Welcome to Leonard Hotel. C; No, thank you. 5 wife husband 6 mother daughter3 Hello. 3" Nice to meet you. PaPeter O_Oavld P; Hello. Im Peler. Unit 2 Recording 25 HellO. Whats your name? 1 mobile phone 2 phone 0 : Im David. Nice to meet you. 3 phone number II email addressUnit 1 Recording 3ze ro, one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, • Woman; Excuse me, ... 5 computer 6 website 7 photo 8 passport 9 first name 10 surnameeight, nine S 11 address Man: Oh! Sorry! 6Unit 1 Recording 4 A: Hes Ronaldinho. Hes from Brazil. Unit 2 Recording 3R_ Receptlonlst (-(ristlna 8; Pardon? L_lIz S_SabrlnaR: Hello. A; Hes from Brazil. L: Doh! Whos he?(: Hello. Im Cristina Branco. S: Carl? Hes my brother. Hes 26 years old,R: Welcome to Bally Hotel, Miss Branco. l: Twenty·six? Im twenty·six..Youre in room 329, Unit 1 Recording 11 S: Youre thirty· six!(: Thank you. L: Oh, yes.R: Thank you. , Woman: Youre in room 829. S: Shes my sister, Anna. Shes thirty·two. And hes my father, Marek. Hes from T- Todd I _JaniceUnit 1 Recording l5 Poland. Hes sixty., T: Hello. Im Todd Wntiams. J; Im Janice Simpson ... L: Whos she?A-Auguste B_ Betty S: Shes my mal her, Sofia. Shes from Italy. 3 Shes fifty·seven. And my daughter, Sarah.A: Good morning. K_Karen J Janice ..B; Good morning. Shes one, And my son, Tom. Hes three., K; Hi Janice. J; HI Karen. Come in. L: Doh! Whos he? S; Hes my husband, James.A-Auguste (_(amilla K; Thank you.A: Good afternoon. t; Oh! How old Is he? J; Coffee? S: Hes forty.(; Good afternoon.3
  • Tapescripts 14: Hes bad. ,Unit 2 Recording 4 It: Yes, hes bad. A: Hello Madam. Whats in your suitcase?ten, eleven. twelve, thirteen, fourteen, 0: Oh, err. let me see. A camera - no! Twofifteen, sixteen, seventeen. eighteen, cameras, an MP) player, a pair of shoes,nineteen, twenty. Unit 2 Recording 10 two skirts, three tops, t hree books and a • S~Si mon backpack.Unit 2 Recording 5 A: Whats your name, please? 3twenty, twenty·one, thirty. thirty-three, forty, k Hello Madam. Whats in your suitcase, S: Simon Ambrose.forty·nine, fifty, fifty-six, sixty, sixty-seven, please? A: How do you spell that ? E: Whats in my suitcase? Umm, a camera,seventy, seventy·four, eighty, eighty·eight, S: Ambrose. A - M - 8- R - O-S - E.ninety, nlnety·nine , two maps, twO books, three tOPS, an MP) player, a pair of trousers and a Skirt and ... A: Whats {bur address, please?Unit 2 Recording 8 err~. five pairs of shoes. B: 82 via Speranza, Rome.1 Hes my brother. Hes I). A: How do you spell that, please11 Carols my sister. Shes 40. 8: Via: V - I - A. Speranza: S - P - E - R- A Unit 3 Recording 53 Shes Helen. Shes SO. - N - Z-A. a twO suitcases b five maps4 My sons IS· c seven tOPS d three cameras5 Hes my husband. Hes 60. e two pairs of shoes f four books Unit 2 Recording 11 g eight pairs of trousers h six skirts6 Robertos 17· A: Whats the website? B: www.emall friends.netUnit 2 Recording 7 A: Uh·huh. Whos she? Unit 3 Recording 81 59 Princes Street, Edinburgh B: Her names Frieda lang. MB- Mr Boyle I-lane Miles1 )1 Globe Road, london A: Whats her job? MB: Excuse me.) 80 80ulevard de (lichy, Paris 8: Shes a teacher. I: Yes?4 46 lower Abbey Street, Dublin A: Whats her email address? MB: Im Mr Boyle. Whats {{Iur name?5 70 8rook Street, Boston B: frieda@teachernet.de I: Jane Mites. A: Whats his name? MB: Whats in your suitcase, Miss Miles. Unit 2 Recording 8 B: Tom Mackinstosh. I : Im not Miss Miles. Im Mrs Mites.B-Ben It-Iudge 1 Il- Iudge 1 A: Wha ts his job? MB: Sorry. OK, a camera ... B: err ~. Hes an accountant. I: It isnt a came ra . tts an MP) player.B: Hello. A: Whats his email address? MB: Oh! Sorry. An MP) pla~r ... and twoIt/ ll: Hello.h : Whats your name? B: It"s tomOmackintosh.com books ...B: Ben Gibson. A: Hmmm ... Whats her name? I: They arent books. Theyre maps.)I: How do you spell that? B: Her names lunko Nakamura. MB: Yes, of course. Sorry~.B: Gibson. G- l - B- S - 0 - N Shes a student.11: Where are you from, Ben? A: Oh! Im a student. Whats her email Unit 3 Recording 78 : Im from Australia. address? Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday,11: Howald are you, Ben? B: junuraOjmail.jp Friday, Saturday, SundayB: l"m twenty·nlne. A: How do you spell that?11: What"s youl address? B: lunura: I - U - N - U - R -A, at jmail: I - M Unit 3 Recording 8B: Seventeen, Kings Road, Angel, london. - A- I - ldotJ-P.)I: What"syour phone number? A: Thank you! • A_Assistant B=Man B: My home number is 0 - two - 0 - eight, A; Good morning. thlee - nine - one, double two - four. And Unit 2 Recording 12 B: Good morning. Is {beep/near here? my mobile number Is 0 - seven - eight. 1 doctor 1 artist 3 teacher A: No, it isnt. It isnt in london. Are {{Iu in a seven - two - fOUl, nine - one. 4 studen t 5 actor 6 police officer car? h I ll: Thank you. 7 engineer 8 accoun tant B: Yes,l am. 11: OK, Mr Gibsoro! 9 sales assistant 10 manager A: Its about twelve kilometres from here. B: Oh! OKI Yes •.. Heres a map. We are .. here. And it is ..• B: Every morning, shes on my train, where is the re. she from, and wha ts hel name ... Unit 2 Recording 13 I Hes a te acher 2 Shes an actor B: OK. Is it free? 3 Hes a student " Shes an engineer A: No, it isnt. Unit 2 Recording 9 B: And is it open today? h - Iudge I l l- judge 1 j)- judge) A: Yes, it is. 14- ludge 4 Is- Iudge 5 Unit 3 Recording 1 B: OK. great. Thank you. Goodbye. a castle, a cathedral, a palace, a museum, T_Terrl V_Vitloria H- Hans S-San jay A: Goodbye. • It: Thank you. Ben. Goodbye. Hes awful. a gallery, a department store, a market, a mountain, a lake , A_ kosistant B_Woman , 11: Yes, awful. Unit 3 Recording 2 A: Good morning. B: Good morning. 13 : Thank you, Terri. I Theyre from Spain. 2 Their mother Is Tina. A:Can I help you? l: OK. Thank you. Goodbye. ) Their hotel is in VIenna. B: Yes. Is {beep/ open today? I): Goodbye. Shes good. 4 Theyre students. A: Yes, it is. 14: Yes, shes good. 5 Theyre in Istanbul. B: Good. Is it near here? 3 A: Yes, it is. Here"s a map. We are ••. here. It: Thank you llinoria. 6 Where is their camera? And it is ... there. Its near Oltford Street. V: Oh, thank you. B: Great. Thank you. Are museums in It: Goodb~, Unit 3 Recording 3 london free? V: Goodbye. I a suitcase 2. a map ) a tOP A: Yes, they are. II: Shes OK. 4 a camera 5 a pair of shoes 6 a book B: OK, great. Thank {{Iu. Goodbye. 15: Yes, shes OK. 7 a pair of t rousers 8 a skirt A: Goodbye. • 1 Thank you Hans. Thank you, 3: H: OK. Thank you. Goodbye, 9 a backpack 10 an MP3 player 3 Unit 3 Recording 4 A-Assistant B=Man I): Hes great! R_R avi O- Dlane E- Eva A: Good morning. Can I help you? 12: Yes, hes great. B: Yes. Is {beep! open today? S • Hello. sir, Whats in your suitcase, please? A: A: No, it isnt. Its closed on Mondays. 14: Thank you Sanjay. R: Whats in my suitcase? Um, a map, a B:Oh. S: OK, thank you. camera, two boOkS, a top and two pairs of A: Sorry. 14: Goodbye. trousers. Oh, and a pair of shoes. B: OK. Goodbye. S: Goodbye. A: Goodbye.
  • Tapescripts Unit 3 Recording 9 Unit 4 Recording , :s aspirin, please. L-Louls S-Sara M : Twenty·four or forty·eight? L: Hello. A: (an I help you? S: Twenty·fouf, please. S: Hi, louis. Its Sara. B: Yes. Can I have an espresso please. to go. M: ThaiS one fortynine, please.... Thank L: Hi Sara. How are you and Paul? A: Anything else? YO. S: Fine thanks. And you? B: No, thank you. 3 l : Fine thanks. Where are you? 5: Were in MOfO(CO. , A: ThaIs one pound ten please. I -lack W- Woman J: Can I have two tickets for ChickenMon l: Are you in Casablanca? A: Can I help you? Returns, please. 5: No, we arent. Were in Marakesh. B: Can I have a cappuccino and a mineral W: Thats fifteen pounds ninety, please. l : Is it beautiful? water, please. J: Can I pay by credit card? 5: Yes, it is. Its very beautiful. A: Anything else? W: Sure. _. Sign here, please ... Thank you. L: Is it hot? B: No, thank you. Here you are. 5: Yes, it Is. II"s very hot. A: Thats three eighty·nine, please. I: Thank5. L: Is {Qur hotel nice? 3 4 5: No, Illsnl. Its very small and very old. A: Good morning. Can I help you? W_Woman M - Man l: Oh dear! Is the food nice? B: Coffeeeeee! W: Thirty·one pounds and seven pence, 5: Yes, Its very nice. Are Mum and Dad OK? A: Coffee. Err, black. please.l : Yes, they are. Theyre fine. B: Coffeeeeee! W: Here you are.S: 01( - see you on Friday. A: OK. One large black coffee. Thats one W: Thank you. En ter your PIN number,L: See you on Friday_ Bye. dollar nine teen cents. please.... Thank you.S: Bye. 4 , 4 Recording 9 Unit A: Bonjour.Unit 4 Recording 1 B: Hello. Can I have a cappuccino. please?A cafe B cashpoint C train station A: With sugar? A: ElIcuse me. Where is the gallery? o news3genl E cinema F car park B: No, thank you. B: Err ... Ah yes, its next to the market onG books hop H bank I chemist A: Anything else? Mercer Street.J restaurant K supermarket B: A piece of chocolate cake, please. A: Great. Thank you. A: Certainly. Thats four euros thirty· four,l bus SlOp M market 5 , B: Youre welcome. A: Can I help you.Unit 4 Recording 2 A: Excuse me. Wheres the train station? B: Can I have an iced coffee, please. B: Im sorry, I dont know.1 This is an instant coffee. Its very popular A: An iced coffee and ... is that a chicken A: OK. Never mind. Thank you. {A5king in the UI( with milk and sugar. sandwich? someone else} Excuse me, wheres the train:z This is a black coffee or a filter coffee. Its B:Yes. station? very popular in the US. A: Thats three thirty·nine, please. C: The train station? ... Its on Palace Street,1 This is a white coffee. Its a black coffee with milk. opposite the White Cafe.II This is an espresso. Its very popular in a Unit 4 Recording 8 A: Great. Thank you. lot of countries, for elilmple Spain. 1 a green T·shirt :z a white pairs of shoes C: Youfe welcome.S This is a cappu((lno. Its an espresso 1 an orange dress 4 a red coat 3 with hot milk. Its very popular In a lot of S a yellow hat 6 a black pair of trousers A: Excuse me. Wheres the nearest countries, for e~ample Ital~. 7 a blue bag 8 a brown skirt supermarket?6 This is an Iced coffee, Its very popular in 9 a pink shirl B: The nearest supermarket is opposite the hot countries, for elilmple Greece. car park, on King Street. Unit 4 Recording 7 A: Great. Thank you. B: Youre welcome.Unit 4 Recording 3 S-Selter C-Claudia A- Adam, S: Hello, Can I help you?A: Yes, madam. Can I help you? C: Yes, how much is this blue hat? Unit ~ Recording 1B:Yes. Can I have a chicken salad, please. A: It isnt blue. Its green! 1 Darwin is In the north of Australia.A: Certainl~. An~thlng else? C: No, it isnt! Its bl ue. :z Perth is in the west of Australia,B: Yes. Can I have a large mineral water, S: Its three pounds fifty. 1 Brisbane is in the east of Australia,please. C: Doh! And how much are these beautiful II Adelaide is in the south of Australia. dresses? 5 Alice Springs is in the centre of Australia.,A: Of course. A: They arent beautiful. Theyre ugly!A: Good afternoon. C: No, theyre not. Theyre ... Unit 5 Recording 2B: Good afternoon. S: Theyre twelve pounds eighty·five. A: CityA: SO, a cheese sandwich and a small orange (: How much is that yellow skirt? B: Buildings and a roadJuice. Anything else? A: Yuk! A: COunlfYSideB: No, thank you. 5: Its seventeen ninety·nine. B: Trees and a riverA: Eat in? A: Seventeen ninety·nine? How much are A: CoastB: Pardon? those white shirts? B: The sea and a beachA: Eat in or take away? S: Theyre eight pounds forty·frve. TheB: Take away, please. orange shirts are nine pounds. A: Hmm - its my birthday on Wednesday, Unit 5 Recording 33 S-SpeakerA: Yes, sir. Can help you? Claudia ... Claudia? .. Claudia? Where is S: My favourite place for a holiday isB: Yes, can I have a cup of tea and ~ piece of she? Cornwall. Cornwall is in the south-west of ...chocolate cake, please. England. The coast and the countryside areA: Certainly. Anything else? Unit 4 Recording 8B: No, thank you. , very beautiful and the beaches are ... great. There are two famous castles in Cornwall,A: SO, one cup of tea and one piece of T_Tony W- Woman Tintagel Castle is in the north of Cornwall andchocolate cake. T: Can I have three tickets to Bristol, please. Pendennis Castle is in the ... south. There isB: Yes, thank you. Two adults and one child. a great ganery in the west of Cornwall. IrsA: No problem ... W: Single or return? called Tate St.lves. There is a new tourist T: Return, please. attraction in south-east Cornwall. Its «tiled ...Unit 4 Recording 4 W: Thats forty·two thirty, please .... Thank The Eden Project. There are plants and treesCan I ...?Can I have a ...7 , you .... Here you are. from all over the ... world. There is a beautiful outdoor ... theatre in the west of Cornwall.Can I have a small coffee? M-Man S-Shula Its called the Minack Theatre. M: Can I help you? S: Yes, please. Can I have a packet of
  • Tapescripts Unit 5 Recording 4 J: No, she cant. Welcome to Radio Dublin Cynthia. Picture 1 Theres one person in the theatre. P: Aha! So, perhaps course 174. (an she CC: Thank you. Picture 2 There are some people in the play golf? OJ: Cynthia ••. your 6o·second Interview starts theatre. J; No, she (an!. And she cant cook. But she ... now. Picture 3 There afe a lot of people In the can use a compuler. O Whats your job? J: theatre. P: So course 178 is nol good for Vanda. (an CC: Im a singer. she dance? OJ: Where are you from? Unit l5 Recording 15 /: Yes, she can. And she can sing. Shes very CC: Im from Rio but Dublin is my home ~ow. t The newsagent is next 0 the hotel. good. My husband is Irish. 2 The cafe is in front of the train station. P: Oh ... I cant dance and I can t sing. OJ: 00 you like Dublin? J The chemist is opposite the Italian I: Never mind. CC: Yes, I do. restaurant. P: But I can play the piano. OJ: Do you like me? 4 The cinema is behind the town square. J: Vanda cant play the piano. So course 17) CC: Sorry? S The department store is near the chemist. is OK. But its not a moming course. OJ: Its a joke. 00 you like Irish music? P: So? CC: No, I dan. I like Brazilian music. J: Shes a waitress in a restaurant in Ihe OJ : Whats your favourite time of day? Unit l5 Recording 8 afternOOIl and evening. CC: Half past nine in the morning. Its time for R- Receplionist M_ Man W- Woman P: Oh,l see. my first coffee. R: Heilo sir. madam. Can I help you? OJ: Do you like football? M: Yes. Is there a cafe near Ihis hotel? CC: Of course! Im Brazilian. R: Yes, sir, there is. Theres a cate nel.l to Unit 5 Recording 10 1 I can speak English. 2 I cant speak OJ : Whats your favourite football team? this holel and theres another cafe in front CC: AC Milan. of the train station. Italian. 3 (an you speak German? 4 He ( an speak RUSSian. S She can t speak OJ: 00 you like American food? W: Are there any good restaurants near CC: No, I dont. I like Indian food. here? Spanish. 6 Can they speak Portuguese? 01: What are your favourite things In life? R: Theres a good Chinese restaurant next to CC: I like Brazilian music, German cars,the chemist Theres an Indian restaurant Unit l5 Recording 11 Italian fashion ... behind this hotel. Thats very good. And A Ten oclock in the morning. 8 Three oclock in the afternoon. OJ : Ah! TIme is up. Thank you Cynthia Castro!Iheres an Italian restaurant next to the CC: Youre welcome.newsagent C Seven oclock in the evening. OJ: That was our 6o-second interview!M: Great. And, is there a bank near here? o Eigh! oclock in the morning.R; Yes, sir, there is. Theres a bank next to E One oclock in the afternoon.the department store but illsn, open today. F Eight oclock in the evening. Unit 8 Recording 3Its Sa turd ay. 1 Do you like Italian food?M: Oh no! 2 Do you like coffee? Unit l5 Recording 12 3 Are you from Brazil?R: But theres a cashpolnt In this hotel. Its T- Tere sa N_ Nlck 8_ Brendaover there. 4 Are you a stud ent? T: Welcome to my 8&B.lm Teresa. Nice toM: Oh! Great! meet you. S Do you like london?W: Are there any tourist attractions near N: Nice to meet you. too. 6 Do you like Paris?here? T: Where are you from? 7 Are you happy?R; Yes, madam, there are. Theres a good 8 Do you like this film? N: Croydon. Its in south london.museum behind the Italian restaurant and a T: Oh, yes. Great. OK. Come with me,theres a famous cathedral near here. Heres please. This is your bedroom. Theres an en· Unit 8 Recording 4a map. Were here ... Ihe cathedral is here •.• suite bathroom with a shower. Theres a I Do you like me? 2 I like you.and the museum is here. double bed and there are some towels on J I dont like him. 4 I dont like her.W: Great. Thank you. And are there any the bed. S I like it. 6 I like them.galleries near here? B: Is there an extra blanket?R; No, madam, there arent. T: Yes. Theres a blanket on the bed, next to Unit 8 Recording l5W: Never mind. Come on George, let"s go ... the towels. , B: Great. A: What do architects do?Unit 5 Recording 7 T: Theres a kettle on the table. B: They design buildings, for example N: Is there a fridge?Chez Pierre is a French restaurant.The Taj Mahal is an Indian restaurant. T: Yes, there is. Its under the table. , houses and shops.la Spiga is an Italian restaurant. 8: What time is breakfast? A: What do sales reps. do?Wong U is a Chinese restaurant. T: Its from half past seven to half past ten. 8: They sell things, for example computersKing Henrys is an English restaurant. N: And whats the checkout time? T: Checkout time is quarter to twelve. N/ 8: Great. , and books. A: What do designers do?Unit 5 Recording 8P- Patricia J.James B: Its very nice. B: They design things, for example dottlesP: Hi. James. How are you?J: Fine, thank s, Patricia. And you? N: Yes, beaullful. T: Any questions, just ask. N: Thanks. Bye. , and shoes. A: What do reporters do?P: Im OK. Wha ts that?J: Its a brochure for Harefield College. N: This room is awful! B: They write articles, for exampleP; Harefield College? ISlhat the tanguageschool in the centre of town. 8: I know - awful! , newspaper articles. A: What do chefs do?J Thats right. The language plus courses : Unit l5 Recording 13are very popular. six oclock, five past sil(, ten past six, quarter 8: They cook food, for example ChineseP: Language plus? But your English is fine. past six, twenty past six, twenty·fIVe past sil(, food and Italian food.J: Its not for me. Its for my cousin, Vanda. Shes from Augsburg in Germany. half past six., twenty·flVe to seven, twenty to seven, quarter to seven, ten to seven, five to • A: What do builders do?P: Augsburg? seven B: They build buildings, for example housesJ: Its near Munich. Vandas English level and shops.isAt. Unit 8 Recording 1P: Oh.1 see. The course is for her! thin good·looking lal! fat shorl Unit B Recording 8J: Yes! not intelligent happy ugly young rich S-Sharon C- Catherine old poor sad intel!igent P_ Pat A_Antho nyUnit 5 Recording 9 S: Excuse me. Your coat is on the noor.P: Can she drive? C: Sorry? Unit 8 Recording 2 S: Your coat. Its on the noor.J: Yes, she can. OJ - Disk Jockey CC-Cynthia CastroP: OK. So course 17S is not good for Vanda. C: Oil! Thank you very much. OJ: Now its lime for Our 6o·second interview. S: No problem! Are you on holiday? aCan she swim? Today Cynthia Castro Is in the studio.
  • Tapescriptsc: Yes, I am. Im hert with my husband. Hes N: Is she married? I: Thank you.in our room. We really like this city. I: No, she isnt. 35: Yes, its great. Where are you from? N: [)oes she have any children? I - lake S_StevenC: Im from South Africa and my husband is I: No, she doesn. I: OK class, be quiet. look at page ]2 infrom Canada. We live in the UK. Where are N: Does she travel a lot? your books. Page 3l. OK? Now listen toyou from? J: Yes. she does. She travels aU over the the conversation.5: Were from Ireland. world. I: Steven, please turn off your mobileC: AIe you on holiday? N: Can she cook? phone,5: No, we arent. Were on business. I: No, she cant. 5: Sorry, sir.C: What do you do? N: Does she watch a lot of films? I: No, she doesnt. Unit 7 Recording 45: Were architects.C: Great! What do you design? N: Does she listen to a lot of musk? ,5: We design houses and office buildings. I: Yes, she does. M: Please come with me, Your table is N: OK - there are three presents.C: Im a sales rep and my husband is a chef.5: Oh re ally? What do you sell? , ready.c: I sell towels and blankets to hotels. Unit 7 Recording 1 W: Taylor. Be QUIET.P: And who do you work for? 1 Im a waiter. I work in a restaurant. 3C: Its a sman company. Its called POS l Im a PA. I work in an office, W: This is a message for Or. Morgan. PleaseHotelCare. ] Im a factory worker. I work in a factory. go to A&E immediately.5: Great! My names Sharon arid this is my 4 Im a nurse. I work in a hospital. 4husband, Pat. 5 Im a sales assistant. I work in a shop, M: This is ~ customer announ(ement. Visite: Nice to meet you. My names Ca therine. 6 Im a lecturer. I work In a university. our great kit(hen sale on the ground floor.Ah! Heres my husband. An thony. this Is 7 Im a call centre worker, I work In a call Saucepans for twelve ninetYnine, CookerySharon and Pat. Theyre from Ireland, centre. books for three ninety·nine. Thank you forA: Nice to meet you, S Im a teacher. I work in a school. shopping at Madisons.P: Nice to meet you, too, SC: Sharon and Pat are architects, They design Unit 7 Recording 2 W: This is a message for all passengershouses and office buildings, M=Man W. Woman on flight FH45] to Madrid. Please go to gateA: Oh really? Where do you work? , l] immediately. Thats flight FH45]. Please go to gate 2] immediately. Thank you,Unit 8 Recording 7A-Adam E_ Emma , W: Yes, sir. Can I help you? Unit 7 Recording 5 W: Good morning. Can I speak to Mr lones,A: Hey, Emma, listen, This song is for you, please? January, February, March, April, May,lune,E: Whats it called? M: ;rhis is Mr lones. luly, August, September, October, November,A: Its called Shes my soulmore, W: Mr lones, my name is TIna from The DecemberE: Ahhhl Great Mobile Phone Company. How are youA: She gets up early - I get up late, today, Mr 10nes?Oh! Unit 7 Recording 6But that ok - shes my soulmate, 3 H_Ga me show host l"lohnShe eats a salad -I eat a pizza M: OK children. Settle down, please. Kevinl H: OK, lohn. Are you ready?But shes my soulmate - I love her, I need her Oont do that! I: Yes, Im always ready! I love this game.She finishes work - I watch TVI dont do much - I just drink teaBut she still loves me - I love me too • M: Here are your drinks. Are you ready to H: Good. Lets start. 00 you work from home? I: No, I never work from home. order? H: Do you have meetings?Were a great team - yes its true S I: Yes, but not often.Soulmate, soulmate, W: Heo, TM Architects office. Can I help? H: 00 you give presenta tions?Im so happy we are together M: Can I speak to Mr Flynn, please? I: Yes, I sometimes give presentations.Soulma te, soulmate, W: Im afraid hes in a meeting thiS morning. H: 00 you call customers:My life with you, Is so much better! Can he call you back? I: No, nevel.1 dont have customers,E: Tha ts, err, yes, thats very .. , nice, 6 H: Do you wri te reports?A: Thank you. Do you really like it? M: Good morning. This lecture is about I: Yes, I do, I usually write three or fourE: I like the music - I dont like the words ... Hamlet by Shakespeare. Hamiel is the reports a week. Prince of Denmark. Hamlets father, the H: Do you take work home?Unit 8 Recording 8 king, is killed by ... I: No, not usually.I- Iosef N_ Nadlne 7 H: 00 you travel abroad?I: Oh dear. Oh dear! Oh dear, oh dear, oh M: Hello, Bill. Are you ok? How is your wife? I: NO,I never travel abroad.dear. Good, OK, time to slart work ... H: 00 you answer the phone?N:Whats the problem, losef? 8 I: Yes, I quite often answer the phone.I: I cant find a present for Nisha. W: Excuse me, doctor. Thats his right leg. H: Do you work outside?N:Whos Nisha? The problem is his left leg. I: Yes, very often.I: Shes my friend. Its her birthday on M: Oh yes, of course. Thank you nurse H: 00 you help people?Thursday, Taylor. I: Yes, I always help people.N: 00 you know www.findanlcepresent.com H: Are you a teacher? I: No, Im not.I: No. What is it?N: Its a great website. It finds presents for , 7 Recording 3 Unit H: Oh!! What is he?you, look. This is the website. PA-Personal Assistant I-lake A-AliceI: Is it free? PA: Hello. Parkside School. Unit 7 Recording 7N:Yes, it is. I: Can I speak to Mrs Fisher. please? 1 I usually have a meeting on Monday PA: Hold the line, please ... morning. Unit 8 Recording 9 A: Hello. Alice Fisher. :z I often lake work home, I-Iosef N- Nadine I: Hello Mrs Fisher. My names lake Parker. ] I dont usually answer the phone. I: Is it free? Im interested in the advert for teachers. 4 I dont often give presentations. N:Yes, it is. OK, there are some questions Its in lodays newspaper .. about Nisha. How old is she? I: Shes twenty· nine, , A: Oh, yes. Great. Unit 7 Recording 8 M_ Michelie S_Sarah N: What does she do? A_Alice I- lake M: Good morning, S~rah! I: Shes a reporter. A: I~ke Parker? 5: Morning, Michelle. Nice weekend? N: Who does she work for? I: Yes. M: Yes, thank you. And you? I: News time Magazine. A: Im Alice Fisher. nice to meet you. 5: Good, thanks. N:So does she work long hours? I: Nice 10 meet you, too. M: Oh, Sarah, when is Mr Wus visit? I: Yes, she does. A: Come in Mr Parker. Please sit down. 5: let me see. Mr Wus visit is the 8th of
  • Tapescripts IJune. Lorda Romero. W: g) cooker h) sink 0 washing machine M: Whats the date today.S: tts the 6th of June. R: Whats your name, please? J: Jennifer Wood. »fridge room M: living M: Are there any other visits Ihis month? R: Jennifer - Wood. OK, Mrs Wood. Take W: k) sofa 0 lamp m) coffee tableS: Yes, there are. Theres Mrs King on the the lift to the third floor. Turn right. Mrs n) armchairfourteenth of June. Romeros office is the second on the right. M: garageM: Mrs King - the 14th of June. J: Thank you. Where are the toilets, please? W: 0) carS: And theres Miss Brown on the 24th of R: Theres a toilet on the third floor, next to M: gardenJune. the lift. W: p) bicycleM: The 24th of June. Is th at all?S: No, theres one more. Its Mr Rogers. R_Recept lonlst J- Jemma R: Good afternoon. Unit 8 Recording :5M: Mr Rogers - hes the BIG 60SS from the P.. Paul I - JoUS! Hes very important! When is his visit? J: Good afternoon. Im here to see Patrick Swinton. P: Hi 10. How are you?S: The 6th of June. J: Oh hi Palll.lm fine. How are you?M: The 6th of Ju ... But thats today. R: Do you have an appointment? J: Yes, I do. P: Oh, so·so. Its my sisters wedding nextS: Oh yesl Hello, Sarah Walker speaking. week. I want to buy her a really nice present... all hello Mr Rogers.... You re in reception R: Wha ts your name, please? J: My names lemma Hayes. but I cant find one.••• ThaIs lovely.•.• See you in five minutes J: I can help.••. Goodbye. ThaIs Mr Rogers. Hes in R: How do you spell Hayes? J: H-A-Y-E - S. P: Really?rE!ception. J: Sure. OK. What does she like doing? R: OK, Ms Hayes. Mr Swintons office is onM: Amghhhh! P: Well, she likes doing things at home the third floor. Take the lift and turn right. Its the first door on the left. ... she likes watching TV .•. shes likesUnit 7 Recording 9 J: Thank you. cooking ... Oh, and she like modern first, sewnd, third, fourth, fifth, siJ;th, furniture. Her husband likes furniture,too. seventh, eighth, ninth, tenth J: Have they got an armchair?2 eleventh, twelfth, thirteenth, fourteenth, Unit 8 Recording 1 P: Yes, they have. fifteenth, sixteenth, seven teen th, 1 go to the theatre 2 eat out J: Have they got a lamp? eighteenth, nineteenth, twentieth 3 play chess 4 go swimming P: Yes, they have.3 twenty.first, twentY5e(ond, twenty·third, 5 play football 6 go for a walk J: Has your sister got a wardrobe for her twenty·fourth, twenty·fifth,twenty·sixth, 7 watch TV 8 go sightseeing clothes? twenty·seventh,twenty-eighth, 9 read a book 10 play tennis P: No, she hasnt. 11 go cycling 12 do e:>:erdse twenty·ninth, thirtieth J: Ahal P: But mV parents want to buy a wardrobeUnit 7 Recording 10 Unit 8 Recording 2 for her clothes.M- Michelle R- Mr Rogers K.. Ms. )(han G-Gary A.. Annle I: Ohl Have they got a bed?M: Please, come in. Sit down. What would A: Gary. P: Yes, they have.you !ike to drink? Tea? Coffee? G:Yes? J: Has she got a bicycle?R: Id like a coffee, please. A: Are you happy? P: No, she hasnt.)(: Id like a cup of tea, please. G:Happy? J:Aha! A: Yes, Are you happy? P: But hes got a bicycle and she uses it.M: Would you like milk and sugar?R: No, thank you. G:YeS.lm happy. J: Oh dear. I know! A: Im not. We never go out. P: What?K: Milk, no sugar, please. G:Oh. I: Its always a good wedding present.M: Would you like a biscuit?R: Yes, please. A: We never go to the cinema. We dont P: What?K: No, thank you. often eat in restaurants. We never do J: Give them •., exercise. We always walCh television, G: But lUke watching television. Unit 8 Recording 6Unit 7 Recording 11 A: Gary!M- Mlchelle R- Mr Rogers A=Al sha Khan M.. Man W.Woman 1M: OK, this is the canteen. Are you hungry? M: I live with my wiFe in a smaH house. WeveR/A:Yes. Unit 8 Recording 3 got a bedroom, a living room, a kitchen andM: Good. OK, the drinks are here on the G-Gary A- An nie a bathroom. Weve got a small garden - its G: 0)(. Turn the TV off. (ome on - choose a beautiful. But we havent got a garage. Myright. There are snacks next to the drinks.Theres mineral wa ter, orange [uice •.. etc. hotel with me. husbands got a car. He drives to work everyThere are some starters next to the snacks. A:A hotel? day. I havent got a car. I cant drive. But Ive G: Yes, for next weekend. got a bicycle.Would you like a starter? A: Oh. OK. W: I live in my sisters house. Shes got fourR: Err, nO thank you. Id like a salad.M: OK. Theres a salad bar in the middle of G: Right. Look at this one. The langston bedrooms and two living rooms. Shes got athe canteen. Hotel? Theres a golf course and there are TV in tier bedroom. She watches TV in bed.A: Id like some fruit. tennis courts. Its great! I like playing golf. But she hasnt got a TV in the living room.M: The fruit is next to the salad. And there A: Hmm . 1want to go sightseeing. Look! What Shes got a sofa and a big armchair in theare some desserts next to the cash tills, do you think of this one? The New Metro living room, Shes got a big cooker in the Hotel. Theres got a swimming pool. You like kitchen -Its great. We like cooking. SheR: Great. Thank you. swimming and I like going sightseeing. hasnt got a microwave oven. She doesnt G: I dont like going sightseeing. I want to do like ttlem.Unit 7 Recording 12 some exercise. Now this is good. Blue SeaR_RK eptionist O- Dodek Hotel. You can swim in the sea and you canR: Good morning. walk in the countryside. We like swimming Unit 8 Recording 7O:Good morning. Im here to see Martina M: Hi, Aida. How are you? and walking.Hafner. A: Fine thanks. And you? A: I cant swim.R: Whats your name, please? M: Fine, thanks. Ive got a new job! G: But you want to learn.0 : Oodek Nowak. A: Hey, thats great! How about dinner next A: Thats true. OK. Blue Sea Hotel it is. Friday? We can celebrate.R: How do you spell that? G: Great. Now, is there a television at theO: N- O-W - A - K. M: Good Idea. Which restaurant do you Blue Sea Hotel? want to go to?R: OK, Mr Nowak... Take the 11ft to the thirdfloor. Turn right. Miss Hafners office is the A: How about Sinatras?third door on the left. Unit 8 Recording 4 M: Wheres that? M- Man W_ Woman A: Its in Alderton.0: Thank you.R: Youre welcome. M: bedroom M: Hmm, its not very near. What about W: a) mirror b) bed c) wardrobe Wasabi?R- Renplionist J-Jennl fer M: bathroom A: What food do they serve at Wasabi?R: Good morning. W: d) bath e) toilet f) basin M: Japanese food.I: Good morning. I have a meeting with M: kitchen a
  • TapescriptsA: How bill is it? I like small restaurants. They were rich. J: It was great. Sunny and hot ...M ; Its quite big. C: Times up! Ttlats forty·frve seconds. WellA: What about Carlinos? My friend is the Unit 9 Recording 4 done Jasmine.manager there. H:Host M=Mark T- Tru dy I - Josh I: Yes, well done. Your go again,M : Who is your friend? H: OK. This game is called Who am I? This is J: 011 great! Silt! One, twoA: Thomas. how we play. I say sentences about a famousM: Oh yes. OK - Carlittos is nice. person from the past, but I dont say Ihe Unit 9 Recording 8 name. You guess the name. But remember t I was a good student.Unit 8 Recording 8 youve got just one guess so dont get it 2 I wasnt very in telligent.W- Wailer A- Aida wrong. Are you ready Mark? ) Was slle a good teacher?W: Hello. Carlillos Restaurant. M: Im ready. 4 Who was your best friend ?A: Hello. Id like to book a table for Friday H: Are you ready Truby?evening. T: Im ready. Unit 9 Recording 7W: Certainly, madam. How many people? H: Are you ready Josh? 1 You were my best friend.A: Two. J: Im re ady. 2 You werellt a good stu dent.W: What time? H: OK. lets play Who am I? 3 Were you happy at schoot ?A; 8 oclock, please. For to points: I was born in 1940 In the UK. " Wh o were your favourite tea chers?W: Im sorry, weve only got 7 oclock or For 9 points: My parents were Julia and9 oclock. Alfred.A: OK, 9 oclock. please. For 8 points: I was qui te tall and very thin. Unit 9 Recording 8 I vacuu m the house 2 clean theW; Smoking or non-smoking? For 7 points: I was a singer and I was famous bathroom 3 wash the dishes " do theA: Non -smoking, please. for my music. lauodry S iron a shirt 6 cook dinnerW: And what name, please? For 6 poinls: I was friends with ...A: Aida Pierce. Yes, Josh. Do you know t he answer?W; OK. thaIs fine Ms. Pierce. See you OnFriday. J: Is it Sir Paul McCartoev? H: No Josh. It isnt Paul McCartney. Youre out , 9 Recording 9 UnitA: Thank you. Goodbye. of this game. AS - Aunt Sally J- Jeff J: Oh no! AS: Hello Jeff. How are you? H: OK. lets con l ioue. I : Fine thank you, Aunt Sally.Unit 8 Recording 9 AS: look at you. Youre so tall1 chicken 2 chocolate ) seafood For 6 points: I was friends with Paul McCartney. I : Im thirty·nine Aunt Sally!lj pasta S fish 6 beef 7 potatoes For 5 points: I was from liverpool. AS: Oh yes, of course.8 lamb 9 cheese 10 rice For 4 points: I was married to Cynthia Powell J: How was your flighl? in my twenties. AS : Awful. Awful. There wasnt allY coffee.Unit 8 Recording 10 For 3 points: I was married to Yoko Ono in my There wasnt a film. And the flight attendantsW_Wailer A- Ai da M_ Mark werent attractive! thirties. Yes, Trudy.W: Hello, madam. Do you have a T: Is it ... J: Aunt Sally!reservation? AS : Now, Jeff. Could you carry my suitcases?A: Yes. My name is Aida Pierce.W: Ms. Pierce. A table for two?A: Thars right. Unit 9 Recording 5 J-Jasmlne C=Cri5to I- Isabella , J: Oh dear ... I - Ieff B_ BillyW: Come with me, please. I : OK. Your go, Cristof. I : SO, how was school, Billy?W: Are you ready to order? C: Four! One, two, three, fou r. My first 8 : It was great!M : Yes. Id like fish soup, please, and lamb teacher! J: Were you good for your teacher?chops. I: OK, Cristof, your first teacher. Forty·five 8: No! I was very bad! It was funoy. Daddy,W: Certaioly, sir. And for you madam? seconds. Starling NOW! can I have chocolat e for dinner? C: OK, my first teacher was Mrs Uoyd. SheA: Cao I have seafood cocktail, please, andvegetable pasta bake.W: Certain ly. What would you like to drink? was about fifty years old. J: Was she a good teacher? , I : No, you can. Oh dear .. K_ Karen I - JeffM : A mineral wat er, ple ase. C: She was a good teacher but I wasnt a K: Hello Jeff.W: Still or sparkling? good student. I : Hello darling. How was your day?M : Still, please. I:Were you her favourite student? K: It was OK. Whats for dinner?A: Id like an oraoge juice, please. C: I wasnt her favourite student. Francoise I : Spaghetti.W: Certainty, madam. was her favourite student. K: OK. Can I tum on the TV?M : look! Its 11:)0. J: Was Francoise your friend? I : Oh dear ... C: Yes, she ... Oh oo!A: ReaUy? Its late.M : Yes, It Is. Excuse me. Can I have the bill,please? J: Bad luck, Cristof. OK. Isabella, your go. I: Two! One, two. You r last meal al a • F- Frlend J- Ieff F: So Jeff. How was your week?W: Of course. restaurant. I : It wasnt very good. My Aunt Sally is here, J: OK, Isabella. Your last meal at a restaurant. my son is M FOfly·five seconds. Starting NOW!Unit 9 Recording 1 I: OK, my last meal at a restaurant was last F: Oh baby! Wha ts the matter? Jeff, could196) 1946 1981 1977 1957 1912 2002 week at Carluccio·s. you pass the milk?990 /: Yes, of course. Oh dear ... C: Oh - thaIs great. I: Yes, and Oh no!Unit 9 Recording 2 J: Bad luck Isabella. OK, my go. Five! One, Unit 9 Recording 10Sputnik in Space 1957 two, three, four, five. My last holiday. 1 science 2 music 3 art 4 sportCharles and 01: Royal Wedding 1981 C: OK. Jasmine. Your last holiday. forty· five 5 maths 6 languagesFirst ipod in Shops 2002 seconds, starlillg NOW!Titanic Disaster 1912 J: My last holiday was lWO years ago. It was a Unit 9 Recording 11Nelson Mandela Free 1990 Greek island called Santorini. louise: My school was called William MorrisMartin luther King: I have a dream 196) C: Were you with your parents? High SchooL It was in Oxford. I was thereJuan Peron: President of Argentina! 1946 J: I wasn t wilh my parents. I was with my from 1981 to 1986. It was a good school butElvis Presley is dead 1977 friend, Helen. I wasnt a good studen t. I was good at sport I: Was it a good holiday? and art blltl was very bad at malhs andUnit 9 Recording 3 I : It was a very good holiday. The hotel was science and languages. My favOllrite lessonI was an actor. very nice. was art. My teacher was Mr little and he wasYou were a singer. I: Were t here any tourist attractions? Castles. great. My best frie od was Sarah Jenkins. SheHe was happy. pa laces, cathedrals? was in my class and she was fun!She was born in 1982. J: There werent any castles or palaces butIt was great. there were some beauliful beaches.We were singers. I: Was the weather nice?
  • lapeSCllpL~ _Unit 10 Recording 1 A great lCO TV: was £2189, Sale price £ 17S0! you want to hear it?1 You lose your wallet/purse. A new fridge: wa s £SOS. Sale price £427! Nick: Sure.2 A thief steals your mobile phOfle. And a fantastic cooker: was £469. Sale price Charl ie: OK. arlee upon a lime, there was an) You stay in bed all day. €]2S! old fisherman. He lived in a small4 You win the lottery. Remember, our sale ends loday so hurry, house on the beach. He went fishing in5 You get married. hurry, hurry down to lov!"ly Electronics. his small boat every day. He was poor but6 You find £10 on the street. he was happy, One day, the fishermans7 A police officer arrests you. Unit 10 Recording 7 grandson visited him. They went fishing in8 You move to a new house. Abby; Hi, everyone. Sorry Im late. the little boat.9 You break your arm. Cha rlie: No problem. Nice to see you. You are a boy now, said the fishermarl, but10 You meet your favourite actor. Abby; You, too Charlie. Hi aria. You look soon youre going to be a man, What are you great. goirlg to do in life? Grandfather, said the boy, you are aUnit 10 Recording 2 Orla: YOII , too.wanted asked moved started finished Abby: Thanks. Hi Nick, fisherman but you are poor. I want to be Nick: Nice to see you, Abby, rich, Im going to go 10 university.lived played worked cooked closedtalked arrested listened walked Abby; So how was your week, Nick. And then what are you going to do? asked Nick: Well. it was quite interesting. I talked the fisherman. to my manager on Tuesday and he told me Im going to start a busIness, said the boy.Unit 10 Recording 3 some news. And then what are you going to do? asked1 Pope Julius II wanted a new ceiling in The the fisherman. Abby: What? Sistine Chapel. He asked Michelangelo Im going to make a lot of money, said the Nick: My company is going to move to to paint the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. bo,. Ireland. Michelangelo started it in IS08. He And then what are you going to do? asked Orla: To Ireland! What are you going to do? finished it in 1SI1. the fisherman. Nick: Im not going to move to Ireland. Im2 Marcel Ouchamp was an artist. He was going to find a new job. Im going to be rich and Im going to have a born in 1887. He lived in Paris and he Charlie: Well Im glad youre going to stay lot of free lime, said the boy. played chess with his brothers. In 1914, here. And then what are you going to do? asked he moved to New York. He worked In a NIck: Me, too, and I was bored in that job so the fisherman. library in New York. In 1918. he moved to itS OK really, How was your week, Im going to enjoy my life: said the boy. Argentina. Abby? And how are you going to do that? asked Abby: Awful. Someone stole my mobile the fisherman, phone. The boy thought for a while and then said,Unit 10 Recording 4 Im going to buy a little boat and go fishingThe story of t he M ona Usa (Part 2) Orla : Where ? When? Abby: Yesterday. On the train I think. every day.The MOM lisa moved to Versailles and then Nick: Did you go to the police? Welcome to my world, said the fisherman.to the louvre. In 1800, Napoleon moved it to his bedroom but it didnt stay there. Four Abby: No, I didnt, Im so busy. Im going toyears later, it was back in The louvre. go tomorrow. Pronunciation BankThen, on August the 21St, 1911, Ihe louvre Charlie: My ~ek was busy. too. louise aod I Recording 1closed its doors. There was a big problem. moved to a new fla t on Monday? 1 /II, big, lad, bag, Its a big bag.The Mona lisa wasnt there! Who was Ihe Nick: Oh great. How is it? 2 /II , sit, / i:/, seat, Can I sit in this seat?thief? The police tal ked to lots of peaple. Cha rlie : Its OK but were not going to stay there long, Were going to buy a ) 1a:/, map, 10/, mop, Thats my map andThey tal ked t o Picasso. Was he t he thief? my mop,He wasnt. But they didnt tal k to Vencenzo house next year. 4 /II. live, IA/,Iove, I love living in london.Peruggia. ari a: Well, my week was very exciting. Daniel 5 I~/, cup,/iJ!/, cap, The cup is under your asked me to marry him. cap. Abby; He asked you to marry him! I dontUnit 10 Recording 5 believe it! 6 li:/, me, /:>:/, more, Please give me more,1 It was a good week for ... actor Romero 7 /II, ship, 10/, shop, Theres a shop on the Nick: What did you say? Cline,4). He went to las Vegas last week ship. Orla; I said yes! and he met Monica Hawkins. a waitress 8 /II, lift, leI, left, The lift is on the left. Charlie: Wow! Congratulations. in a fast food restaurant. Three days later. 9 10;/. car, li:/ , key, Wheres my car key. Abby: Thats really exciting. When are you they got married. 10/0/, box, luI, books, look at the box of going to get maflied? Orla: Oh, next year, r think, maybe in the books.2 II was a good week for ... Mr and Mrs Blatt summer. And youre all going to n /i:/, he. hI, her, He hates her. from the UK. They had fish for dinner and come to my wedding, of course 12 /i:/ , Sophie./~/, sofa, Sophies on the they found three gold coins inside the fish. sofa. The fish was £).so said Mrs Blatt, but Unit 10 Recording 8 I) leI, let,lell, late, lets get up lale, the gold coins are £1,000 each! , 14/al/, kite, lell, Kate, ntis is Kates kite,) It was a bad week for ... Emiliana Rotman A: AIe you going to buy her a present1 15 /i:/, she, ;xJ!, show, Shes at the show, from Sweden. She won €14 million on the B:Yes, I am. 16 /i:/ , eat,/el/, eight, Did Jane eat eight Euro lottery but she lost her ticket. Never mind said Emiliana, Thats life. , cakes? 17 /au/, how,/al/, Hi, Hi. How are you? A: 15 he going to stay with us? 18 /i:!, week,/el/, wake, I wake up at 61n4 It was a bad week for ... pop group Gilt. 8: No, he isnt. the week. GiltS concert was last Friday but the 19 /p/, Paul./b/. ball. Put Pauls ball in the tickets said Saturday. Only five people 3 bin. came and saw the concert said Sia Kahn, A: What are you going to do tonight? 20 /11, to, Id/, do, What do you want to do? GiltS singer. They took photos and bought B: Were going to watch a film. 21 /k/, came, 19/. game, He came and played a T·shirt butlt wasnt a good day. a game. 4 22/tII, chess, N!.I, Jess, Jess plays chess.Unit 10 Recording 8 A; Where is she going 10 live? 2) If I, off,lvl, of, Please get off of FransGet down to lOVElY ElECTRONICS today. B: Shes going to live in Ireland. van.low, low, low prices on hundred of items. 24 Ipl, piflk. /II, think, I think its pink.A fantastic DVD player: was €:149. Sale price 25 /pf, pay.fM, they, ~id they pay for the£ n9! Unit 10 Recording 9 party?A great laptop computer:was € 1)99. Sale Charlie: So what job are you going to do, 26 lsI, keeps,/zI, keys, She keeps her keysprice €:10S0! Nick? in her bag,A beautiful washing machine: was €:62S. Sale Nick: I dont know. I want to be rich but I 27 It/. fit. lsi, fish, Is your fish fit?price £4651 wanlto be happy, too. 28 ft/, letter. Ill, leisure, This letters aboutHurry, hurry, hurry. Sale ends soon. Ch arli !": Ive got a great story about that. 00 leisure.
  • Tapescripts29 /mj. mice./n/. nice. Are your mice nice?)0 lei. coliect, /r/, correct, did you collectthe corr«lletler?Recording 2One syllabl e word s: one six big youn gread team friend great lake housebeach road westTwo syllable word s: stress on first syllable:happy seven lislen moming passportfather website surname photo awfulteacher picture modern SundayTwo syllable words: stress on secondsyllable: Japan address between todayreturn behind Chil1tsedesign July explain mistake dessertbecause3-sylla ble words: stress on first syllable:India favourite ga llery holidaybeautiful Saturday visi tor newsagentmedium popular opposite interviewarchitec t hospital) -syllable words: stress on second syllable:eleven compu ter cathedral espressoattachment important pi ano desi gnerreporter together September tomorrowexciting potato) ·syllable word s: stress on thi rd syllable:afternoon engineer introduce magazineRecording 3My brother is in Aust ra lia,Th is 15 a beautiful cast le.The ir house is very modern.The che mist is next to the bank.My favourite pl ace for a holiday is CornwalLI dont like this mu sic.Catherine works in a factory,Paul is my brother and hes a design er,I get up at eight odock,She never an swers the phone,Id like a cup of tea, please,They want to go to the beach,Kerry found her bag un der the chai r,Im going to buy a new ca r, or Im gonnabuy a new car,Recording 4Are you at home?Are they ready?00 you like It?00 you write reports?What do you do?Where do they work?Are you going to get married? or Are yougonna get married?Are you going to call her? or Are you gonnacall her?Were you a good student?~ at school together?Did you see him?Did you talk to her?
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