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    • Unit 1 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns male Adjectives Verbs The alphabet math Possessives am See Exercise 4 on page 3. name my are Numbers nickname your is (1–10) phone number his teacher Adverbs See Exercise 11 on her page 6. our Responses Pronouns no Subjects Other Titles yes I famous Miss Other you first Mr. not he last Mrs. (over) there she married Ms. too (= also) it popular Other single book Other Preposition this in (my class) class Article classmate what the Conjunctions female and or Expressions Saying hello Introducing yourself and others Thanking someone Hello. Hi, my name is . . . . Thank you./Thanks. Hi. I’m . . . . You’re welcome. Good morning. It’s nice to meet you. Expressing surprise Good afternoon. Nice to meet you, too. Oh! Good evening. This is . . . . Apologizing How are you? Checking and confirming information I’m sorry. Great! How about you? What’s your (last) name (again)? Giving an opinion I’m (just) fine. It’s . . . . I think . . . . I’m OK. Is that . . . ? Not bad. Yes, that’s right. Saying good-bye No, it’s . . . . Bye. Are you . . . ? Bye-bye. Yes, I am. Good-bye. No, I’m not. See you later. How do you spell . . . ? See you tomorrow. Getting someone’s attention Have a nice day. Excuse me. Have a good evening. Thanks. You, too. Good night. T-176 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
    • Unit 2 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Personal items Other Verbs Classroom objects address book address open board bag box relax (English) book briefcase café camera car Adverbs book bag CD player exercise now cassette player cell phone pocket very (+ adjective) chair chopsticks sentence where clock desk DVD player Prepositions earring(s) Pronouns dictionary behind this door glasses in front of that encyclopedia hairbrush next to these eraser keys on they map newspaper under notebook purse Adjectives pen stamp gone pencil sunglasses interesting table (tele)phone nice wall television wastebasket ticket Articles window umbrella a wallet an watch Expressions Identifying things Thanking someone Thinking before responding What’s this (called in English)? Thank you! Let me see. I don’t know. No problem. Uh, . . . . It’s a . . . . Expressing pleasure Hmm. . . . What are these (called Wow! Agreeing in English)? Oh, cool! OK. They’re . . . . It’s great! You’re right. Identifying the owner of something Expressing disappointment Realizing something Is this your . . . ? Oh, no! Wait (a minute)! Yes, it is. Giving an opinion No, it’s not. I bet . . . . Are these your . . . ? Yes, they are. No, they’re not. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-177
    • Unit 3 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Pronouns Personality Adverbs Countries, nationalities, Subjects friendly only (+ age) and languages he funny originally See the appendix at the she nice really (+ adjective) back of the Student’s we quiet this week Book. Other serious shy Prepositions People that smart from (Korea) baby who talkative in (Mexico) brother Determiner of (the family) family Numbers and ages a little (11–30; 40, 50, etc.) (best) friend Conjunctions mother Adjectives See Exercise 7 on but parent(s) page 17. so Appearance partner beautiful Other sister cute early student good-looking false Places handsome large (largest) city (plural: cities) heavy late country (plural: pretty new countries) short old world tall true Other thin game Expressions Asking about countries, Getting someone’s attention nationalities, and languages Look! Where are you from? Introducing a different topic I’m from Korea. By the way, . . . . What’s Korea like? Introducing an explanation or idea It’s . . . . Well, . . . . Are you Japanese? Expressing surprise Yes, I am. Really? No, I’m not. Is your first language English? Yes, it is. No, it isn’t. Asking about people Who’s that? He’s . . . . What’s his name? His name is . . . . How old is he? He’s (twenty) years old. What’s he like? He’s . . . . T-178 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
    • Unit 4 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Seasons Weather Verbs Clothes spring cloudy ask belt summer cold rain blouse fall cool snow boot(s) winter hot wear cap Other humid celebrity sunny Adverbs coat warm maybe dress disaster windy today glove(s) home hat leisure Possessives Prepositions (high) heels problem my around (the world) jacket taxi your at (home) jeans work his pajamas world her Conjunctions pants our and raincoat Adjectives their but scarf Colors Other shirt beige all shoe(s) black dry shorts (dark/light) blue favorite skirt (dark/light) brown new sneakers (dark/light) gray socks (dark/light) green Pronouns suit orange Possessives sweater pink mine sweatshirt purple yours swimsuit red his tie white hers T-shirt yellow ours theirs whose Expressions Talking about preferences Making a contrast What are your favorite colors? . . . , but . . . . My favorite colors are . . . . Getting someone’s attention Asking about and describing clothing Hey! What color is/are . . . ? Asking about a problem It’s/They’re . . . . What’s the matter? Are you wearing . . . ? Making a suggestion Yes, I am. Let’s . . . . No, I’m not. I’m wearing . . . . Talking about the weather It’s snowing/raining/ . . . . It’s cloudy/cold/hot/sunny/ . . . . © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-179
    • Unit 5 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Verbs sleep Other Meals call study (right) now breakfast cook swim there lunch dance take (a walk) why dinner do watch (television) drive work Conjunction Form of address so Mom eat Adverbs Other get (hungry) get up Times bike at midnight/at noon conference go (to work/to the movies) at night city in the afternoon movie have (breakfast/lunch/ dinner) in the evening pizza in the morning make soccer Clock times play (soccer/tennis) tennis 6:00 A.M./6:00 P.M. read time zone midnight remember Adjectives ride (a bike) noon awake run a quarter after (six) hungry shop a quarter to (six) Expressions Talking about the time Talking on the phone What time is it? Hello? It’s . . . o’clock (in the morning/ . . . ). Hi, . . . . This is . . . . It’s . . . after . . . . Checking information It’s a quarter after . . . . Right? It’s . . . –thirty. Yes. It’s a quarter to . . . . (Oh,) right. It’s . . . to . . . . Apologizing Talking about current activities I’m really sorry. What are you doing? That’s OK. I’m . . . . Giving a reason Are you . . . -ing? . . . , so . . . . Yes, I am. Expressing enjoyment in food No, I’m not. I’m . . . -ing. Mmm. T-180 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
    • Unit 6 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Days of the week Verbs Other Transportation Monday exercise sometimes bike Tuesday live then bus Wednesday meet together car Thursday need when motorcycle Friday see (family/friends) Saturday serve Prepositions subway at (noon) train Sunday start by (bus/car) taxi/cab weekday stop on (Sundays) Family weekend take (a taxi/cab) with (my parents) brother Other use child (plural: children) homework walk daughter job routine Adverbs father/dad survey Times husband all day kid Pronouns at night mother/mom Object pronouns early sister me every day son us late wife weekly Places Determiner Places apartment a lot of downtown coffee shop house Adjectives far (from here) alone here office busy near (our house) park restaurant public Responses retired Sure. school slow Yeah. suburbs Expressions Talking about routines What time do you . . . ? At . . . . When does he . . . ? He . . . at . . . . Does he . . . ? Yes, he . . . every morning. How do you get to . . . ? I.... Expressing sympathy That’s too bad. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-181
    • Unit 7 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Kinds of homes Appliances Adjectives Parts of houses and cabin microwave oven another apartment buildings houseboat refrigerator big bathroom penthouse stove dream (home) bedroom villa Other expensive closet Furniture computer lucky dining room armchair difference small elevator bed drive bookcase forest Verbs (first/second) floor love garage curtain(s) store think hall dresser view kitchen lamp Adverbs mirror Determiners laundry room just (one room) any living room picture next (weekend) lots of lobby rug no room sofa some stairs window yard Expressions Asking about and describing a home What’s the house/apartment like? It’s beautiful. It has . . . . Does it have . . . ? Yes, it does. No, it doesn’t. There’s a/an . . . . There’s no . . . . There isn’t a/an . . . . There are some . . . . There aren’t any . . . . There are no . . . . Expressing approval (Oh,) nice. That’s great. This . . . is great. That’s super. That sounds nice. Giving surprising information Guess what? T-182 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
    • Unit 8 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns police officer Adjectives guess Jobs receptionist boring handle athlete salesperson dangerous sit cashier security guard difficult stand chef/cook singer easy talk doctor waiter/waitress exciting teach firefighter Workplaces interesting write flight attendant high school perfect Adverbs front desk agent hospital relaxing after (work) judge hotel safe exactly lawyer office stressful hard manager Other terrific pretty (plus adjective) musician money opinion Verbs nurse agree photographer person (plural: people) disagree pilot uniform forget Expressions Exchanging information about work Exchanging personal information Where do you work? How are things (with you)? I work in a/an . . . . Not bad. What do you do there? I hear . . . . I’m a/an . . . . Giving more information When do you start/finish work? . . . , you know. I start/finish work at . . . . Giving surprising information What do you do after work? Actually, . . . . I.... Expressing interest Where does your brother work? That’s funny. He works . . . . That’s interesting. What does he do? Expressing uncertainty He . . . . I guess . . . . Talking about likes and dislikes How do you like it? Not very much. I really like it. It’s OK. They hate it. I like it/them a lot. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-183
    • Unit 9 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Grains Vegetables Verbs Meals bread broccoli buy breakfast cereal carrot(s) come lunch cracker(s) celery drink dinner noodles lettuce put snack pasta tomato(es) try Dairy (foods) rice onion(s) want cheese toast potato(es) tortilla(s) Other foods Adverbs milk Fruit jam Adverbs of frequency yogurt apple(s) jelly always Desserts hardly ever cake banana(s) pickle(s) mango(es) picnic often cookie(s) orange(s) (potato) salad sometimes fruit salad strawberries (singular: sandwich(es) usually ice cream strawberry) soup never pie Meat and other protein Other Other Drinks (Japanese-) style coffee bacon habit (orange) juice bean(s) Prepositions beef Determiner lemonade very little at (my desk) (green) tea chicken for (breakfast/the picnic) Fat, oil, sugar egg(s) Adjectives butter fish awful candy hamburger(s) bad cream nuts good mayonnaise mealtime oil other potato chips sweet Expressions Talking about likes and dislikes Talking about health I like . . . . . . . is/are good for you. I don’t like . . . . . . . is/are bad for you. I don’t want . . . . Making a suggestion I hate . . . . How about . . . ? That sounds awful! Agreeing to do something Talking about things you need All right. Do we have any . . . ? OK. Yes, we do. Sure! No, we don’t. We need some. Disagreeing with an opinion Do you need any . . . ? I think . . . . Yes, we need some . . . . Are you sure? I think . . . . No, we don’t need any . . . . Thinking before responding Hmm. T-184 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
    • Unit 10 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Other Determiner fix Sports ability all paint baseball beach practice chess Adjectives sing basketball contest artistic surf bike riding free time athletic tell football horse hidden golf Adverb joke mechanical gymnastics about piano musical hiking show technical hockey Time expressions ice-skating song Verbs once/twice a month skiing talent act tomorrow volleyball team bake TV design violin draw Web page enter Expressions Talking about sports Giving a compliment What sports do you like/play/watch? You can . . . really well! I love/play/watch (soccer). You’re a really good . . . ! I don’t like/play (golf). Thanks. I (really) love (tennis). Introducing a topic Who do you play/watch soccer with? So, . . . . With some friends from work. Expressing interest When does your team practice? Really? We practice on Sundays. Oh, yeah? What time do you start practice? Agreeing to do something We start practice at noon. Sure. Why not? Where do you play? We play in the park at the beach. Talking about abilities and talents What can I do? Can you sing? Yes, I can. No, I can’t. Can they sing? Yes, they can sing very well. No, they can’t sing at all. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-185
    • Unit 11 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Christmas Pronoun send Months Father’s Day anything stay home January graduation take (me) out Halloween Adjectives take pictures February March Independence Day Dates Mother’s Day (1st–31st) Adverbs April New Year’s Day See Exercise 1 on Time expressions May Thanksgiving page 62. next month June Valentine’s Day Other next summer July wedding embarrassing next week August special this weekend September Other tomorrow October card Verbs tomorrow night November dance ask tonight December girlfriend celebrate parade Other Holidays, festivals, and end party so (= very) special occasions get married anniversary pictures invite birthday present order Expressions Talking about future plans Talking about dates Are you going to do anything exciting this weekend? When is your birthday? Yes, I am. I’m going to . . . . It’s September 5th. No, I’m not. I’m going to . . . . Wishing someone a good holiday What are your plans? Happy birthday! What are you going to do? Thanks. I’m going to . . . . Have a good Valentine’s Day! Where are you going to go? Thanks. You, too. I’m going to go to . . . . Exchanging information How are you going to get there? How about you? We’re going to . . . . Expressing approval Who’s going to be there? (That) sounds like fun. . . . is/are going to be there. Fabulous! When/What time are you going to . . . ? We’re going to . . . at . . . . T-186 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
    • Unit 12 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Health problems Adjectives Verbs Parts of the body backache Positive feelings give ankle cough better hurt arm earache fantastic point back fever fine rest chest the flu great stay up chin headache terrific take a look ear sore eyes/throat Negative feelings stomachache Adverbs elbow awful toothache already eye exhausted much finger(s) Medications homesick well foot (plural: feet) antacid miserable hand aspirin sick head (cold) pills sore heel cough drops terrible knee cough syrup tired leg eye drops Other mouth muscle cream common neck Other wrong nose dentist shoulder hour stomach part throat patient thumb soda toe(s) tooth (plural: teeth) wrist Expressions Talking about health problems Giving a suggestion How are you? Maybe I can help. How do you feel (today)? I have an idea. Not so good. Take/Don’t take . . . . What the matter? Eat/Don’t eat . . . . What’s wrong? Agreeing with a suggestion I feel sick. That’s a great idea! I don’t feel well. Asking for more information Expressing sympathy Anything else? That’s too bad. I’m sorry to hear that. That’s good. I’m glad to hear that. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-187
    • Unit 13 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Form of address Prepositions Places ma’am across from avenue Other behind bank attraction between bridge gasoline next to bookstore map on cathedral tourist on the corner of center traveler’s checks on the left/right coffee shop department store Verbs Go down/up drugstore Turn around gas station Turn left/right movie theater Walk down/up neighborhood parking lot Adverbs post office also rest room right shoe store square street supermarket Expressions Asking for and giving locations Is there a . . . around here? Yes, there is. It’s next to/across from/ . . . . (No.) I don’t think so. Where’s the . . . ? Is it far from here? It’s right behind you. Asking for and giving directions How do/can I get to . . . ? Walk/Go up . . . . Walk/Go down . . . . Turn left/right on . . . . It’s on the left/right. You can’t miss it. Getting someone’s attention Excuse me. Asking for help Can you help me? T-188 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
    • Unit 14 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Verbs Adverbs lesson clean Time expressions library come home yesterday mail go out last night mall have fun last week meeting invite . . . over last weekend museum open last month music speak last summer roommate listen last year test stay home Other vacation stay out almost white-water rafting take (classes/lessons) anywhere travel in line Adjective visit different Expressions Talking about past activities Did you . . . this weekend? Yes, I did. I . . . . No, I didn’t. I . . . . What did you do? I.... I didn’t . . . . Did you do anything else? Giving opinions about past experiences Did you like . . . ? Yes, I did. I liked it a lot. Did you have fun? Yes, we did. We had a great time. Asking for more information What else . . . ? © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-189
    • Unit 15 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Jobs Verbs Classes at school actor be born drama actress grow up history designer spend (time) physical education hairstylist Other Adverbs science least Places at school capital most classroom (first) grade on time gym major right away lunchroom place of birth playground time line Preposition Schools year of birth for ( . . . years) elementary school Adjectives Conjunction junior high school same because high school scary college young Expressions Exchanging personal information When were you born? I was born in 1984. Where were you born? I was born in Korea. Were you born in the U.S.? Yes, I was. No, I wasn’t. I was born in . . . . How old were you in . . . ? I was . . . . What was your favorite . . . ? It was . . . . Asking about someone Who was . . . ? He was . . . . What city was he born in? He was born in . . . . What nationality was he? He was . . . . What was he like? He was . . . . He wasn’t . . . . Asking for an opinion What do you think? T-190 Photocopiable © Cambridge University Press
    • Unit 16 Language summary Vocabulary Nouns Verbs Prepositions amusement park babysit at the (beach/library/mall) art call (you) back in (bed/class/Mexico) comedy have to in the (hospital/shower/yard) concert help on (her break/a trip/vacation) dance club need to date want to excuse would like to invitation message Adverb around (seven o’clock) shower tone trip Expressions Making a phone call Making and accepting an invitation Asking what is happening Hello. Is . . . there/in? Do you want to . . . (with me)? What’s up? Hi. Can I speak with . . . ? Would you like to . . . (with me)? Asking for a favor No, I’m sorry, she’s not here Sure. I’d love to . . . (with you). Can you . . . ? right now. Yes, I’d like to. Please . . . . Yes, but she can’t come to Declining an invitation and making Offering to help the phone right now. an excuse Can I help you? Taking a phone message I’m sorry, but I can’t. I have to . . . . Expressing happy surprise Can she call you later? Sorry, I need to . . . . Terrific! Do you want to leave a message? I’d like to, but . . . . Can I take a message? Suggesting a different activity Sure. Please give her my number. I don’t really like basketball. Yes. Please ask/tell her to call me. Do you want to do something else? Recording an answering-machine message Hi. This is . . . . I/We can’t come to the phone right now. Please leave me/us a message after the tone. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable T-191