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• A Vocabùlary
' Look at the pictures.
Write tne correct
letter in tne ooxes.
b Bus ^coach)
Pi.rtu.re ' 1
c Ferry terminal
cnecu- n des^
o:atl'i<rm • ft
! :kci ^lien <•-
Complète the table
un as many of tne
words from the box
i c et jff ce
" (under picture 4) in
exercise 1 as
cJ^lc-iA dlSlC j
possiDle. Some of
tne words can go in
more than one
S Complète the announcements with the verbs in the box.
Use some of them more than once.
a Passengers can
the plane at gâte 34.
^rr ,e ooam cna'.ge
the 36B bus to the ciry centre.
the ferry 30 minutes before departure.
to terminal 2 for fli^hts to Asia.
e The flight
at three thirty.
a place where you can get on a bus
UNIT S: Vocabulary
the lift to the second floor.
g The train
from platform S.
to gâte 36.
i The train from Washington
at five minutes past three.
trains at Birmingham Central.
k You will hâve to
planes at Dallas airport.
2 hours before your plane leaves.
4 Match the words in the box and their meanings.
S Complète this paragraph with the correct word.
Lindy arrived at the (a) a i c p Sx^ and went immediately to the (b) c
and she showed her (c) t
. She was flying to Brazil so she went up the
walk to her (f) g
to the international (e) t
. She (g) b
At the end of the flight, when she (h) a
a (1) t
in Brazil, she had to go through
to her hôtel.
Make a table like this in your
Word Bank notebook. Put ail the
travel words you can f nd in this
unit into the appropriate column.
Some can go in more than one
column. Add any other words
you know that are not in the unit.
. It took her ten minutes to
^ns: â - an, scme / any
. ook at the photos Complète the
;aps wiih d. .:i, or ;om^.
.__ . -i ..and
Wh^r cooken pr^^rammes dt. vou rnve on TV in
your countrvr Whnt Jo vou think ot ihein? Do ou
soiiieumes <_odk their recipes?
^ p.140 Grammar Bank 9A.
carn more about countabJe;
ncountabie nouns. etc and
•lake sentences with there'^ alani some. and
xere ^ire tpne . Chc-t^e food and drink from
.163 Vocabulary Bank Foco.
4 32 j) Listen to part 1 of a TV cooking compétition
calie J Gei rrudy' Cjok' where contestants hâve to cook
a starter, a main course, and a dessert. Answer the
?RONUNCIATION the etters ea
l >v.- is ea pronounced in thèse ^ords? Put them in rhe
1 Ho many ingrédients are there in the bag^
2 Ho^ long do the contestants hâve to cook their dishes?
)r^3c or^.^Kfast eût he^.tny
3 Name threeoïthe basic ingrédients they can use
nedt peas ^teaK les
4 33 ')• Listen to part 2. Complète the dishes that Jack
and Lîz make
31 : Listenandcheck. Praccise siving them. Which
.. Dreasts (ii ea a tn
pancaKes ^ tn _
the most common pr^nunciation of ea'
ake a tood diarv for ^esterda^ ^'nre do^n v-hat food
ddnnkvouhad. Use Vocabulary Bank Fooop.I6 3to
d >- Communication Get 'ead/! Coo^1 p 109 l ook at the
photos ottheir dishes V> hose dishes do vou prêter'
a cup ofcof
fee, some ce^eal
ork m pairs T:ll eâch other what vou had ^esterday.
as it ^c-r similar or verv dit'fortnt5
F^r ^ria^fast • -,ao a c^c cf zcffçe ^^^ so^^ çeraai
4 34' • Listen to part 3, What does the judge say about
Jack and Li/'s dishes? Who wins'
In pa,rs. think ofone of vour faveunte dishes Write
the ingrédients ycu need Tell your partner.
how mi,cn sa.t
does it na/e?
1 VOCABULARY food containers
4 35 ); Match the words and pictures. Listen and check.
; i ab ittle
| j a çinton
[__, a jar
4 36 }) Listen and write five phra, v.
Make phrases ^ ith the containers and the words below.
D se^ ts cnocc.ates Ccke c* sps
( a packet of oiscuits
, ce _am n ;k sait
3 PRONUNCIATION /J ana :%,
quantifiers: how much/ how many, a lot of, etc.
4 38..! Listen and repeat the words and
a Look at the pictures at the bottom of the page. Then ask and
answer questions about the food
J-0- , n^n
cereal ^nema ae'c.o^^ frçsr.
rfo-rna: cr -e^tre 'i^e c.sps
b >• Communication Sj^ar ano sait p 109. Check vour answers to a.
4 39 >)i Put the words in the right column.
Listen and check.
sa aa ^L e-.:e $-op^rg spec al su'e
Complète the sentences with a food or dnnk from a.
4 40 : Listen and repeat the dialogue Then
practise it with a partner.
4 There s a lot of sugar m
d >• D.140 GrammarBank 9B. Learn more about quantitiers and
A Areyoo i.:ei-"i ^^sat7itnr!k t^ - ugar.
B Ne lri=j-e t^sa.t p-: sone n:nef:e
A .et^ ta^ te ^ne sa. a^ ^arg^ * we^^.gar
i -.cg ,o-,
E] We don't need
There arc rwo kinds of noun in EngUsh; countable
(C) and uncountable (U).
ES Do we need
C = things you can count, e.g. apples. C nouns can
be singular (an apple) or plural (apples).
U • things you can't count.
We use a/on witf singular C nouns; a/an • one.
butter, méat NOT twobutters, three méats
We use some Q with plural C nouna and with U nouns; some = not an
U nouas are normally singular.
exact numbeT or quantity.
Some nouns can be C or U but the meaning is
We use any in ^ and  with plural C nouns and with U nouns.
O son in 13
We use somein H to ask for andofferthings.
Can I hâve some apples, please?
Wouldyou like some coffee?
an ice cream (C) some ice créant (U)
b Complète the dialogue with a. an, some, or arry.
A What can we cook for your brother and his girlf iend?
Write a, an, or some + a
B Let's make g lasagne.
food / drink word.
A Good idea. Are there '
B Yes. And there are 2
B Oh no! There isn't3
A Oh. Wait a minute. I bought *
f sh yesterday. Are there 5
B Yes, there are.
A Good. So we can hâve fish and chips. Do we hâve '
B Yes. I think we hâve7
B OK. Let's art cooking.
9B quantifiers: how much/how many, a lot of, etc.
We use How much... ? with uncountable (U) nouns and
y... ? with plural countable (C) nouns.
I eat a lot ofsugar.
Quite a lot.
I eat quite a lot ofsugar.
I eat alittle sugar.
I don't eat much sugar.
1 don't eat any sugar.
a lot (of) with C and U oouns for a big quantiry.
quite a lot (of) for a médium quantity.
How much sugar
do you eat^
a Unie/ not.. .much with U nouns for a mail quantity.
afwlnot.. .man with C plural oouns for a mail quantity.
not...oit}' (nonein short answers) for rero quantity.
a lot of and much/ many
• In 0 sentence! we usually use a lot of.
I eat quite a lot ofr* eets.
I eat a few sweets.
1 don't eat many sweets.
do you eat?
Quite a lot.
How many sweets
1 eat a lot ofsweets.
I don't eat any sweets.
Complète with Hovi much j How many.
How much sugar do you put in your tea?
• In Q sentences and [Tl we usually use muchand man .
1 don't drink much water. Doyou drink much cof
• It is also possible to use a lot o/in[3 and |T] : Doyou drink
a lot o
ju? I don't eat a lot o ve^dables.
b (^ircle) the correct word or phrase.
I don't put (mucn^I many sait on my food.
butter do you use?
1 We don't eat aloto a lot sweets.
cans of cola did she drink?
2 A How much chocolaté do you eat? B Alittie/A/ew.
3 My friends don't drink much j many coffee.
chocolatés were in that box?
4 A How much fruit do you buy? B Quite a loi/ Q^itta loto/
rice do you want?
5 We eat a lotofj much fish. We love it!
coffee does he drink?
6 A Do your children drink any milk? B No. Not much jNotmany.
bottles of water did you buy?
1 Donna ate her hamburger, but she didn't eat much / many chips.
tinsof tunado wehave?
8 A Howmany vegetablesdoyoueat? B AnyjNone.l don't like them.