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  1. 1. üCInaept deve[oprncmt: MarieNa Gil Viermra trMACMILLN
  2. 2. Gontents En§lish around the World page 7 REC0GNIZING C0GNATES: online survey LANGUAGE USE: listening t0 a vo¡cemail message CoMMUNICATI0N STRATEGY: using polite language LANGUAGE USE: completing an online registration INFoRMATIoN AND RESEARCH: u nderstanding forms *- What do You Do? Page 17 LANGUAGE USE: reading a celebrity biography LISTENING F0R SPECIFIC INF0RMATI0N: an informal conversation LANGUAGE USE: talking about family UNDERSTANDING THE MECHANICS: capitalization and punctuation i n sentences THINKING AND PROBLEM-S0LVING: categorizin g Using classroom language Introducing yourself Asking for and giving personal details Spelling Leaving messages Asking for help Talking about jobs Talking about celebrities Talking about family members Talking about ideal careers ffiffiti$ffi¡S"-= S#r*:-##= - =.ffi==-l ffi. ffi Down Time Page 27 RECoGNIzING CoGNATES: magazine article LANGUAGE USE: listening t0 a radi0 show CoMMUNICATIoN STRATEGY: asking for opinions LANGUAGE USE: writing about yourself and your interests SELF-DIRECTIoN AND LEARNING: understanding your learning style Day !n, Day Out pnge 37 TANGUAGE USE: reading a magazine article LISTENING F0R SPECIFIC INF0RMATION: an interview LANGUAGE USE: talking about interesting activities UNDERSTANDING THE MECHANICS: writing complete sentences oRGANIZATIoN AND PLANNING: managing your time Here, There, and Everywhere! page 47 READING FORTHE MAIN IDEA: descriptions LANGUAGE USE: listening t0 a news report C0MM UNICATI0N STRATEGY: repeati ng directions to check understandi ng LANGUAGE USE: writing an e-mail THINKING AND PRoBLEM-SoLVING: esta bl ishi ng prioriti es -* Different Strokes page s7 LANGUAGE USE: reading personal profiles LISTENING FOR NUMERICAL INF0RMATION: online aud o profiles LANGUAGE USE: talking to an old friend WRITING SIMPLE SENTENCES: subject + verb + oblect SELF-DIRECTIoN AND LEARNING: making personal change Talking about likes and dislikes Talking about hobbies and interests Talking about your taste in movies Describing personality Talking about when things happen Describing weekday and weekend routines Talking about ¡nterest¡ng or unusual activities Talking about the order and duration of events Describing events and festivals Talking about places and things to do in a city Describing your neigh borhood Gil,i"g adl ce Asking fo, a-c 3 , ¡g directions l- tc" : '=':'t rfestyles
  3. 3. óe-statements and yes/no questions be-information questions Subject pronouns ln + month on + date at + t¡me What/Where/ When/How old ...? Useful questions Ordinal numbers Persona I information School subjects I nterests Cou ntries Months of the year Numbers Articles an and a Possessive nouns-'s and s' be-information questions with Who What do you do? What does he/she do? Frequency adverbs Clauses with until, before, after How often ...? What time is it? What time do you ...? ,. .. . rt:r.t: Simple present- ? statements and á yeslno questions §., *:. Simple present- § information questions É, f,' Third person singular spelling rules § P' be + adjecrive F *. f'':@ J 0ccupations Family members Adjectives for describing jobs Adjectives for describin g em ployees WORDS: two-syllable nouns ;i Free time activities Personality adjectives like, love, hate, prefer Everyday activ¡ties Types of movie Skills (draw, pa¡nt, etc.) Telling time Prepositions of time Routine and free time activities Time expressions (in the morning, every day, elc.) Days of the week W0RDS: days ofthe week :- & E] s, 5 á t ! ^¿ S0UNDS: third person -s there is/there are with some, any, several, a lot, many should lmperative for directions How do I §etto (the)...? How do I §etthere? Present progressive Present progressive vs. simple present Spelling rules for -lng verbs Verbs not used in the progressive form: /lke, know, want, need Places and attractions in a city Locations and directions Adjectives for describing places probably/definitely Lifestyle adjectives A green lifestyle Time expressions (ri§ht now, these days, etc.) -{' WORDS: Stressed Verbs
  4. 4. ffiwre&wm&w You Have Talent! page 67 *-" ShoppinglAround page77 Let's Eat Page 87 READING FoRTHE MAIN IDEA: horoscope LANGUAGE USE: listening to a review of a W show CoMMUNICATIoN STRATEGY: showing interest LANGUAGE USE: writing a reference CoLLABoRATIoN: working as a group to do a task Describing your orn ta ents and asking about other people's Describing peop e's personalities Talking about abilities Talk¡ng about who can do what in a group Talking about shoppins habits Talking about clothes Asking and answering questions in a store Talking about how much things cost Compari ng d ifferent gad gets Talkins about food and diet Leaving phone messages lVaking, accepting and refuslng invitations 0rdering food in a restaurant klking about restaurants Planning a meal LANGUAGE USE: completing a survey LISTENING FoR NUMERICAL INF0RMATIoN: product ads LANGUAGE USE: asking t0 try on clothes in a store WRITING CoMPoUND SENTENCES: usingand, or, but THINKING AND PRoBLEM-S0LVING: making choices SCANNING FOR SPECIFIC INFORMATI0N: restaurant ads LANGUAGE USE: listening to and taking phone messages CoMMUNICATIoN STRATEGY: using phone language LANGUAGE USEi writing about a restaurant ORGANIZATIONAND PLANNING: making a plan Speakingl of the Past page97 Great Lives LANGUAGE USE: reading a survey UNDERSTANDING THE MAIN IDEA: informal conversations LANGUAGE USE: talking about an experience SEQUENCING AND CONNECTING IDEAS: using first, then, after that, finally INFoRMATIoN AND RESEARCH: taking notes on a text Page-107 SCANNING F0R SPECIFIC INFoRMATI0N: encyclopedia entry LANGUAGE USE: listening to a life story CoMMUNICATIoN STRATEGY: taking time to think LANGUAGE USE: writing a short biography CoLLABoRATIoN: brainstorming in a group LANGUAGE USE: reading a post UNDERSTANDING THE MAIN IDEA: an informal conversation LANGUAGE USE: talking ab0ut resoluti0ns SEQUENCING AND C0NNECTING IDEAS: using flrst then, next, after that, f¡nally SELF-DIRECTIoN AND LEARNING: making a learning plan Describing a trip Talking ab0ut positive experiences Describing things you did in the past Talking about memorable experiences Retell¡ng the history of a city Asking for and giving biographical information about famous people Telling a family member's life story Talking about historical figures and events Descr bing definite plans and arrangements Talking aco-i'aorite vacation destinations Tal< ng a:c,: ntentions and resolutions -:. . -:-o-r ,,,ays of improving ;our English -r.s-': '¿ persona learning plans ','.r.'ng suggestions "-** In the Near Future page 117 lrre§ular verbs list, Pronunciation symbols, Gommunicative Wrapups, and Grammar Reference Pages 127-145
  5. 5. can/can't-abilily can/can'twilh adverbs of manner Spelling rules for forming regular adverbs irregular adverbs !: Ii, t é?.@:++j:€e;*-.i:,+;*-.a-*5*!=r:.i{I: . this, that, these, those Comparative adjectives Singular and plural nouns It's/TheyTe + adj Can I ...? Would you like to ...? How much is ...? Count and noncount nouns with some, any Verb phrases LetS ... How about ...? Simple past-affirmative statements Simple past-questions and negative statements Spelling rules for simple past regular verbs Regular and irregular verbs Simple past with when clauses Object pronouns Regular and irregular verbs l:, !11 li ll . i ;r á4' . ., ,] Present progress¡ve as future going to Why don'twe/you...? Personality adjectives Talents and abilities Adverbs of manner really, very Languages Sports Clothes Adjectives for describing gadgets Things you buy in stores Adjectives for describing clothes Currencies Frequency expressions Events Food 0rdering in a restaurant Meals of the day Phone language Types of restaurants Life events Historical events 0ccupations r; ít ¿+. Phrases with §o start/stop + gerund Time expressions (tomorrow, next month, elc.) Weekend plans Resolutions Activities to improve your English S0UNDS: can/can't SENTENCE RHYTHM: emphasis with fhls, that, these, those SENTENCE RHYTHM: weaK Io SENTENCE RHYTHM: object pronouns ! i i - i:. i. ? i t: it: ; il l:. i J ..*"e': Different ways of cooking food i (baked, fried, elc.) jt Adjectives with -ed and -in§ Memorable experiences Past time expressions Adjectives for describing trips and experiences Sequencing words WoRDS: -ed endings i il ii , ;':¡wtr:egé::trtr4rye!ry1.l¡::r+¡::¡*:+¡:ri::t ::¡"++11' WoRDS: -lng verbs with -y i
  6. 6. Q say which hobbies you like and dislike. G talk about your free time preferences. Q describe the personality of a friend or family G talk about the times and days when you d0 things. Q describe y0ur own routines and other people's routi nes. Q read, write, and speak about people who do not have typical lives. G explain your own talents and find 0ut those 0f other people. talk about your positive qualities and write about somebody else s. discuss your own talents and those 0f a talented individua l. find out the abilities of your classmates. give opinions on clothes and talk about shopping. listen to prices and flive opinions on how much things cost. make comparisons between gadgets and give opin ions. $ discuss att¡tudes to food and personal preferences. G pract¡ce accepting and refusing invitations for various situations. Q act out a restaurant scene. G give opinions on different kinds of restaurants and choose where to go. Q plan different meal situations (a special occasion, eating out) and make menus. ffi" G C 0 G t .,¡ ,ir;+,.:1-l:ii::iir!ti::lltr :¡i"f 1l l:it:l:i¡ir:1t r,:iil j-:i.*.+¡:ir::ri1 r : ,:- rr.ii :l:! !! r i!:r:ri :j ' ..-i: _:rr!:,r:,.i r'i14 '' ....|':..|'.....1 .,! ,,' ..o"3#l,"l1]*:.:. :i::::l:l:..:-r::l:*-- *'.' ffisdescribet0UriStattractionStoaViSitortoyoUrtoWn,; G talk about different positive experiences. Q ask and answer questions about past events. O talt< about memorable experiences. t ..j: i ,É W*ñ:["differentlifesty|esandcomparethemtoi'WQdiscussplansandarrangementS. ,§ ' : '. Q talk about future changes in your life. Q write and speak about life right now and in general. j G talk about how "green" you are. b ú I t F é É +Fl ,Q make a plan for and discuss how to improve your English. ffi Q learn howto askclassroom questions. G introduce yourself and respond t0 ¡ntroductions. G ask for and give personal informatlon. $ practice spelling and recording names. Q use phrases to ask for help. .,i G talk about the occupations of your family members. G talk about the occupations of famous people. ft say who your family members are. G talk about impoftant aspects of careers, j ffi G talt<abouta shorttrip orvacati.n' i I ,l I . Q describe and give your opinion on your neighborhood, (}askforand§iveadviceonplacestovisitinyourtown.iffiQaskforandgivebiographicalinformation.'i4 e request and give directions and check you ; G talk about historical events l 4f' understand them ,.-*"ri o talt< about your childhood i
  7. 7. :li lil :lir ilil A Underline any English words that you understand in the ads below. B ffi What other ads do you know with English words in them? :r : : -': I ' i_¡ .i." ."... " r.": ^* J^ flrJ!*nt f {-}i t !" T l"l#l l{-i5ttsvv .e ¡-. ea § &r E {* i }B H É EUE $*t .f $ c I -u * w 8""- "t# n B {!É_ _ Fir":# fi#w fri*r:ds .! ¡a r *r§f, tf* .eqtr,§/ 118'n¡tt-'E-*XXS { I il"{;n* Ji¡:'gse,u"Xii:¡¡ ee**Gj i ¡-*i** ,;...e--! --- .-.- *i- ' r 'i :; i..;': ..l.:j§ i.",.; 'i,á--'.=:: Connector 3F1 Includes WiFi
  8. 8. Langfualle use: complet¡ng an online resistration A Look at this web pase. Answer the question. What is MyFriends? a*B 'o#1. M y § m s s ru D S iüillilHl,"#'oi','f.''.i§fi HoMEIlccounrIroerx SEARC H Comtact people in other countries. eommunicate in En§lish. Complete the reg[istration form below and join us! FIRST NAME COUNTRY U§ERNAMT PASSLV0RD §ECURITY QUE§TION LAST NAME E-MAIL ADDRESS TELEPHONE NUMBER ¡n case h'e need to co/-rtact )/ou 6 characters or ma{e 6 characters ar more WHEN IS YOUR BIRTHDAY? e.g. March 79, 7991 B Complete the online registration with your personal details. lnvent a username and password. Readingl: recogn izing cogn ates Many words are similar in different languages. Look for these words when you read. Use them to help you understand the text. A Read the survey on the next page. Circle the words you recognize. How many words are similar in your language? B Complete the survey.
  9. 9. AECOUNT MyFriemds Pevsona! Pretite §urvey Find friends s;milar tc you. We have students from all over the world. Compleie the survey with information allout yourself and click send. I'm an English student in ... a schooi" Reason for studying English: t-} a universitt.. academic studies C *ort 'í-] ¡rr* Q Acadernic or professionai areas: mathematics i] iangr-iages ,a-- liter.lturc r m.rn.rgemeni e,-lucation * medicine Special interests: . - r¡rusru .J ,port, 'il) art animals 3;@ '-?,). ¡:=.: <;: n{ffi Y f ffi § ffi ru m§ Éü#§ffiHfuW§"'-ffi',"i§,5 IJ rj e, (} t.] ai * a) * ,; * ai 1. G * '; rJ * economlcs art i-rusiness dance ecology c.FAPal-{ history engineerlng geography litei:a ture historv a language insiitute. SClENCC finance other travel politics Vocabulary: useful questions A ffi Listen and repeat the questions. . Can you help me? ¡ FIow do you say that in English? a a. Can you speak more slowly? . Can you spell that? Can you repeat that? What does that mean? B m For each p¡cture, say which questions are possible. Check with a partner. ,.,si .$É B. '4I & {
  10. 10. en,ts and yes/no quest¡ons Read this online chat. Complete the statements. To: Paige <paige_smith@chat.mac.wd> Ms*ai:i&c*; Hil l'm Masahiko. I'm from Japan, and l'm 20 years old. And you? §34ñ$e: My name's Paige. I'm 21-, and l'm from New York. Are you from To§o? ff?asakí&c*: No, l'm not, l'm from Kyoto. Faige: Is Kyoto a big city? iWaeakÉk¿¡; Yes, it is! lt's very big. Masahiko is from Paige is vears old. B Notice Read the chat in Exercise A again. Complete these tables. ,ii:ir:i'i§'';'rL§§r§§1re§i§§§til*§!&t ?t §lll§§§ti§§1_!].:§{¡§t':rat:._., Statements 1 Negative '' : A :Lansluago in coxttoXt feg "t , .-"4 I am not (l'm not) You are not (You aren't) He/She/t is not (He isn't) We are not (We aren't) They are not (They aren't) I You He/She/t We They Yes/No questions 1Q)-you i ls he/she/¡t from NewYork. Short answers Yes, I am. / No, l'm not. Yes, he/she/it is. / No, he/she/it isn't. Yes, we/they are. / No, we/they aren't. (1) - (t'm) are (You're) (2) - (He's/She's/t) are (We're) are (They're) from Tokyo. y' Yes, we are. X Yes, we're. l, Are we §l * Are we/they lt,, .§Yr:--,,--..-,-,**.,,,.,..- from Kyoto? C Fraatie& Circle the correct options. 1 Jack and Madison are / am inEurope. 2 ls / Are you a music student? 3 ]ohn isn't / zren'there. 4 We are / ls university students. 5 ls / Am she 19 years old? 6 Ed and Isabelle isn't / aren't from the U.S. 7 lare / am22. 8 ls / Are Eva from Spain? fYfiErüfr§ w Affirmative
  11. 11. Ana,24 Madrid, Spain teacher D m ffi«w yees de ñ* WorX in pairs. Choose two of the people below. Role-play a conversation like the one in Exercise A. Pronunciation: the alphabet ffi A ffi{ Listen to the alphabet. Notice that some letters have similar sounds. Write each letter in the correct category. A B Z D E F G Ll Y I K Y, M N A P q R S T U V W X Y Z loul ffi letl A, f-l B m Work in pairs. Choose a word from this unit, or another En§lish word you know. Spell it for your partner to guess the word. Speakin§: using! pol¡te lantiuatle d6 w Use excuse me, thank you, thanks, you're welcorne, and p/ease to be polite in English. ffi6* A H§r# Listen to the conversation below Underline the polite language. Laura: Excuse me. Can I get your information, please? What's your name? Paula: It's Paula Lebowski. Laura: Can you spell your last name, please? Paula: It's L-E-B-O-W-S-K-I. Laura: Thanks. No'lv, what's your e-mail address? Paula: It's Laura: And your phone number? Paula: It's (339) 414-2870. Laura: Thank you very much. Paula: You're welcome. B m Make a mini class directory in your notebook. Work in groups. Ask your classmates for their information. lnclude their first name, last name, e-mail address, and phone number. Use polite language. lell1l F'l lotl ljul lorl B,C t-'¡ L{ ü Sebastian, 19 Rome, Italy university student Devesh,23 Delhi,India office worker Isabela,27 Sáo Paulo, Brazll doctor
  12. 12. Vocabulary: ordinal numbers A Write the correct number next to each word. B 1 2 J 4 5 6 Complete these sentences. The last day of December is the Todav is the Next Fridav is the The last day of February is the The last day of April is the My birthday is on A m §-amgrxa§e §m esmtext Listen to the conversation below. Circle true (I) or false (F). Philip: Excuse me, can you answer some questions for my school project? Lisa: Sure. Philip: First of all, what's your name? Lisa: Lisa Jackson. Philip: And where are you from? Lisa: Denver, Colorado Philip: How old are you,Lisa? Lisa: I'm 20. Philip: And when is your birthday? Lisa: August 14. Philip: Thank you. Now, I have a few more questions. What is your favorite ...? 1 Lisa is from a town called Jackson. T 2 She is 20 years old. T 3 Her birthday is in August. T F F F We say: Tuesday ls the second. Tuesday is )ctober second. We write: Tuesday is )ctober 2.
  13. 13. ::.:.:i:,*tlii- ;it ;l ¡Í¡;iiú:, i:i';;+,i;rr,r,r,:,r g ffiW&&mry Read the conversatíon in Exercise A again. Complete this table. C Wrmm&*ws Read these answers. Write questions. 1A: 2A: 3A: 4A: 5A: 6A: Nptu *fd arc 1/ü{.r ? / ? Example your name? you from? your birthday? you? B: I'm 21. And you? B: I'm from Argentina. What about you? B: My last name is Alvarez. B: September 8. B: My brother? He's 30 years old. B: His name is Ceorge. (5) (b) (7) (8) (1) (2) (3) (4) Question word u,lt¡¿l Use things places dates someone's age ? ? D m Mmqru yees de §& Rsk your classmates questions to complete this table. with a birthday in the same month as yours. ffiLangJuagle use: listening to a voicema¡l message A ffi# Listen to this voicemail message. Circle the correct options. , ii" -"rruge is from... a) Laura. b) Paula. c) Carla. 2 Her birthday is on August ... a) 8. b) 18. c) 28 3 Her party is ai the ... Club. a) Clinton b) Klinton c) Clintern 4 Her party is at ... o'clock. a) five b) nine c) seven B m Work in pairs. Follow the instructions below. Student A, it's your birthdayl Think about the date, place, and time of your party. Call your friend and leave a message. Student B, listen to the message and r,r,rite the details. When you finish, switch roles. { flrr*ty-icrr /tb at
  14. 14. lnformation and ñesearcht understanding forms . ldentify the type of form. . Complete the parts you understand. . Ask for help with parts you don't understand. A Where do you complete forms in English? Match the phrases to the correct picture. a) at a hotel b) at the airport c) on a Web site d) at a language institute B m Read these forms. Circle the correct type of form. Then listen and complete the missing information. &*e§pk§ Ssx§mee 14i-l:i Ia¡l.t Vtrr,,, 'i¿l r Ll i e c r C¡r i i i'¡ r"r-; i ;l 9:i i¡ilil ti5 6[i §ir"rg1* ,*o*l N-/ . ü*¡.¡hle r*r:m fi 1 This is n hotel registration form / a library application form. I u.¿ +-*3 CARDHOLDEB AdolfoMahuad CARD NUMBEn qgtZSS+33921717 2 This is a library registration form / a credít card pnyment form. E.MAIL ADDRESS CARD TYPE . üI§Á Ii:i; {S{-8i 3,i9,tii23 Fax: i SfrB) 2,-li,-SSüE E - n r ¿r ¡ i : p ar k,; i ;t iv$)ca I i j o rn ia il el l. i: cri ; ikj ffi*it* *f Arriv*l /aae 17 " *at* *f üepar{ure iin':o{<ír.lg r*{,,1:r.I }.r*n-s¡:;okirlg ra*:-n ¡1 L4 adolfom 1 991 @mymail. com
  15. 15. ld*¡nt{¡¡üe c Look at this immigration form for the U.S. Complete the information in items 1-5. Welco¡ne to rhe llnited statcs reü3qsq3l 0t r-1, }}l A¡rlnl/lcfr¡tr¡¡t *¡tor{. t6'utü¿6¡ Thi¡fo¡m mr¡sr bccomptcted byr[ pcr¡o¡rcxcrp{ u.s.cilizcm.rcrurniarrccidcnr ¡lknr, ¡tbn¡ *ith imnrisriar v¡¡¡,'¡n¿ cdüñ Li;#;ffiiiü;Iffi;;i:" §ff :ll#ffitljwirh¡nia aLLcAprrAL LsrrsRS. uecEn¡tiib. Do ¡or t-lris fgrm i¡ in tso p¡ns. pk¡s. coaptac borh rhc Arriv¡l Rccord (ttcms I ü¡or¡gh t3).trd ttrc Dprrrurc iccor«iiiñr l¿ i¡riñái'iA. whca rrl hcro¡ rrc conotc*od, prc*r*t ttis form to üÉ u,s" lurmigretioa atrd Nuunli¿¡tion §c¡ri* laapoaor. lh7'lfyou ert.carcrin¡tlrc unirF s!?rca by hE, cnrcrLAND in rhi*rprcc. rfyou rrc entcriag rhc Unitcd Surcc by rtrip. coicr SEA in thu sprcc. róe !t({0at5¡ó}Y ^&¡üúrlraüs eeü3qilq3t,üq Iqni¡r.rion rnd Nrrurdizetior §crvicc t{ lrtt?rttM D @| Work in pairs. Role-play asking each other questions about the other information on the form. Dfft¡*HI& Pe03q8q3t 0q , , , l, , , ,. ,,-, , , Immigrtio¡ rd Nuunliz¡riou Scrvl- I.}' Dqrtran*oO 'i.. &rfferf,., F*rrus wr i1?tpo{t$ti!, so *kun.t¡s *slt {rr heÍp if 1¡t:u duu't und{rstsfld. W.ut üre sü?ne Lüíl"tls tü *sk for kelp? Ercuse me. Can you help me, please? What does ... mean? What do I put here? Can you please tell me what ... means? l'm sorry, I don't know. §+c Stlcr §ilc §?APL§XDN§ 15
  16. 16. §ffi§§ q Vocabulary 3 The 5 The 4 November B: B: B: B: B: ( )tü1 . (3'*) of July is American Independence Day. (4u,) is an important day in the U.K. (5u,) is the last day of August. (3i") A Complete these conversations with words from the box. (5 points) slowly repeat say help spell 1 2 J 4 5 B A: Can you me? This is very difficult. A: How do you that in English? A: Can you speak more , please? A: Flor.t, do vou vour name? A: Sorry, can you that, please? Write each of the ordinal numbers in parentheses as a word. Check your spell¡nsl (5 points) 1 Today is August 2 Tomorrow is the .1.:,4¡1.i::.:4 a::, :l:.-+..e du # I can ask useful questions and use ordinal numbers. Look again at Sections 3 and 7 on pages 9 and L2. i".8-1O corect: lr 0-7 correct: i '' ffiffiffiffiffi: J§.ffi Grammar Sandra is from the U.S. She is introducin§ herself to a new friend in Argentina. Read her e-mail. Circle the correct options. (10 points) I -s To: carolina-smith @ mymail, mac.wd From: sandra-brown @ myma jl.mac.wd Subject: H¡ Hi Carolina, My name (7) am / is f are Sandra and I (2) am / is f are from Chicago, in the U.S. I'm 19-my birthday (3) am / is / rtre in May. I (4) aru / is / are a student in college-I study biology. My friends at school (5) am / ís /,Sophie, and Lisa. Tina and Sophie (6) sm / is / are 79 and Lisa is 18. What about you? (7) Wat / Where / Horu old are you? (8) Whst / Where / When is your birthday? (9) What / Where / When exactly are you from in Argentina-is it Buenos Aires? (70) What / Where / When are the names of your friends? I hope you answer my e-mail! Your new friend, Sandra 8-10 colrect: I can use be in statements and ask questions to get information about people. ,/§..# i 0-7 correet: Look agaln at Sections 4 and 8 on pages 10 and 12. ffiffiffiffiffi.r
  17. 17. A Match these famous people to their main occupation. .1;:: B Each person also does another activity. Who is ... 1 a clothing designer? 2 a musician? 3 a pilot?
  18. 18. Match the occupations 6 taxi driver teacher - actor firefighter police officer soldier doctor engineer lawyer writer to the p¡ctures. Vocabulary: occu pat¡ons A 1 2 J 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 B Which of these occupations are dangerous? Number the red boxes from 1 (very dangerous) to 10 (not dangerous). C m Work in pairs. Compare your choices. Do you agree or disagree? A: My number one is ... B: I agree. D m Work in pairs. Number the occupations again from 1 (very interestin§) to 10 (not interesting). Number the blue boxes.
  19. 19. B m ffi WorX in pairs. Practice saying these words. Make sure you stress the correct syllable. student Listen and check. teacher writer Grammar: art¡cles an and a R §*mrx§um§e §m §§rst*xt Read this text. What job or jobs does each person do? Pronunciation: two-syl lable nou ns ffi4r A ffii Listen to the words. Notice that the first syllable in each word is stressed. d** teacher la¡¡ryer soldier doctor lawyer A Mo&ñce Look at the text in Exercise A again. Circle the correct options. L We use abefore singular nouns / plural nouns. 2 We use anbefore singular nouns that begin with a aowel / n consonqnt. 3 Before plural nouns/ we use / don't use a or an. c 1 2 J 4 5 6 7 Pr"me*§ce Write a or an where necessary. James is - soldier. Wayne and Darren are - teachers. I want to be - artist. Are you police officer? Lauren and I are musicians. Are you singer? Michelle is - taxi driver. 8 Harry isn't a doctor-he's - 8 Harry isn't a doctor-he's - engineer. D m ffiovv y6u! dctr §* WorX in pairs. Ask and answer questions about the people in the pictures in Exercise A. A: What does he do? B: He's a ...
  20. 20. Vocabulary: family members A Look at this picture. Say what Rita, Greg!, Brenda, Bob, and Joshua do. 2_ 3 §+'r§§'§4 5_ 6_ 7 ¿, ocrents C m Listen and match. mom and dad boyfriend grandparents wife a) sister b) girlfriend c) granddaughter d) children e) husband f) daughter §&F§ B ffi Listen and write the correct word from the box under each family member. grandpa brother boyfriend dad parents ffiorft grandma 1 2 J 4 5 6 parents brother Listeningl: Iistenins for spec¡f¡c information Read the task before you listen. Think about what information you need. For example, is it a name or a place? Listen carefully for this information. A Read these statements about Simon. Circle the correct type of missing information. 1 Simon is a The missing information is his last name / his occupation. 2 His is a chef. The missing information is a family member / a place 3 He savs his job is - . The missing information is an adjectiue f a noun. 4 He starts his job at o'clock. The missing information is a name / o time. i.a! &
  21. 21. &qm 1. 2 J 4 {ñ:a B ffi}t Listen and complete the sentences in Exercise A with one word. ffi{ü C Wd Listen to this conversation between Simon and a friend. Answer the questions. What is the woman's name? What does she do? What does her brother do? What time is it? Langluatle use: read¡ng a celebrity biography A Many actors come from acting families. ls this true in your country? B Read this biography. Answer the questions. *.rrÍ, P&ffiÉ-%ryL-r;;mre ,: Javier Bardem is an actor from Spain. FIe comes from an acting family. Some of his relatives are actors. His mother (Pilar Bardem) is an actor, and his uncle (Juan Antonio Bardem) was a movie director. His brother Carlos and his sister Monica are both actors. javier is famous in both the Spanish-speaking world and the English-speaking world. He has many awards, including an Oscar and a Golden Globe award for his role in l'io Country for Old Men. 1 2 J Where is Javier Bardem from? What do his brother and sister do? What awards does javier Bardem have? C m Work in groups. Do you know people who have similar occupations to other members of their family? Think of as many as you can and compare. I I have four relatlves in the U.S. X I have four parents in the U.S. My sister, my dad, and my mom are eng¡neers.
  22. 22. possessive ñouns-'s and s' n Lan§iuagle ln context Match the pictures to the phrases. E[-l ._ = a) the Smiths'house b) the sisters'bicycle c) Brittany's cell phone MCI*ñCe Look at the pictures and phrases in Exercise A again. Complete this table.B 't: :: : s¡ngular nouns Add (1) e.9., Br¡ttany = Brittany's Plural nouns Add (2) e.9., sisters = srsters' Richard's a car mechanic. = Richard is ... Richard's car is here. = belonging to Richard ri ti t:: i C Pr«g&§&& Use the prompts to write sentences. 1 our children / jobs / very interesting 2 Richard / brother,/ mechanic 3 my parents / new car / blue 4 Mr. Johnson / sister / here? 5 Michael / parents / doctors? 6 Victoria / mom / lawyer 7 Arny / sister / not / doctor 8 the Coen brothers / new movie / great D m hümw yee,x de iü Say what these people's relatives do. Work in pairs. Sofia§ dad is a movie director. §1 1 =
  23. 23. K Languagle use: talking about family ffi A WJd Listen to the conversation below. Answer the questions. Sam: Tell me about your family. Lauren: Well, my brother James is a mechanic. Sam: And your sister? Lauren: Nicole's a teacher. Sam: Are they married? Lauren: Yes, my brother's wife is a taxi driver, and Nicole's husband is a police officer. Sam: What about your parents? Lauren: Mom's an assistant in a store, and Dad's a lawyer. What about your family? 1 What does Lauren's sister do? 2 What does her mom do? B Draw your family tree in your notebook. each other's relatives and their occupations. A: What does your mom do? B; She's a ... tlYritingl: understanding the mechanics Use a capital letter at the beg¡nning of every sentence, and a period, exclamation point, or question mark at the end of every sentence. Also use capital letters for the word /, for the names of people and places, for countries, nationalities, and languages, and for months and days of the week. A Find the mistakes in each sentence and underline them. 1 My brother is in egypt. 2 Today is february 14. 3 My sister and i are dentists 4 I start my new job on wednesday. 5 How do you say this in english 6 How old is your brother, peter? C m Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about B Write sentences to answer 1 What do you do? 2 What day is it today? 3 What month is it? 4 Who is your favorite relative? ffi y' Lauren's sister X the sister of Lauren these questions. Be careful with capital letters and punctuation.
  24. 24. Thinking and probl€rn-§olving: categorizing Understand the purpose for categorizing. Categorize the items using relevant characteristics. Use the information to make a decision. A Look at the Web site on the next page. Who is it for? This Web site is for people who ... a) want to find their ideal job. b) want to find someone to do a job. g G Work in pairs. Write these careers in different cate§ories. Each career can be in more than one category. creative jobs: well-paid jobs: office jobs: jobs working with others: jobs outside an office: jobs working from home: iii':;;,'i.:li.€¡-i:.
  25. 25. G Complete this questionnaire for yourself. You can choose more than one answer. las@ .,@ee ffi flq il: f"1 frit #,e ffi ffi ffi Fq f-{,;i *¡,; i i i, ir i; : ¡ r r ILifi. t';;lir*di !1rJlY :* r:l;il Y*Ljit iltL;i:q{ *,¿1lt$-*rq:I Name: A§e: 1 Where is your ideal place to work? at home G in an off¡ce G outside un off¡.. Q 2 What is the best time for you to work? in tne morning G in the afternoon G ,, n,gn, G 3 What ¡s a good way for you to work? with one or two other people G ulone G in a large grow G 4 What is important to you? helping people G a gooo satary O job security G interesting *orr G 5 What words describe you? caretul G ¡noepenoent G hard-wort<ing G creat¡ve G patient G D @ Work in pairs. Compare your answers and complete the sentence below for your partner. Use the jobs in Exercise B to help you. My partner's perfect for the job of E @| Tell your classmates about your job recommendation for your partner. Sa//y is perfect for the job of ... Futting thutgs inta categrtries h.elps Vau tlti.wk r¡bout tl¡e siffiilü*ities snd the dif{ere*ces beftuc.en thern" t"1: §i'efl*ct " . . 25
  26. 26. (* p128-129 llllVocabulary Look at Mark's family tree. Then complete these sentences with one word. There are five jobs and five family words. (10 points) f ée.-l tw' LffiNJMary ? I I r* - --*---- lá. i I '.ffi't I IeJSarah 9 10 r-- Lii. *§lf.e.§ti,,l'9u, talk about occupations and family members. I Lj,O*7:ié§_fréót;,,,:Look'aggin at Sections t and 4 on pages l-8 and 20. Li11:,::a:l:il:'l.ri:i.:- I .;:' i,: rr r': t-r: ::r.r':.i l:;:;i;;;::;"j.t-_;*-:-,_;;_,_, * Grammar A Read these facts about famous people and their families. Complete the sentences with a or an where necessary. (5 points) ]ulio Iglesias is (1) famous singer. His sons, Enrique and |ulio Iglesias lr. are (2) singers, too. Michael Douglas's wife, Catherine Zetalones, is (3) - actor. Michael's father, Kirk Douglas, is also (4) - actor. He is very famous, too. The Baldwin brothers, AIec, Daniel, William, and Stephen are all (5) - actors! B Read these facts about famous people. Add five apostrophes. (5 points) 1 Madonnas full name is Madonna Louise Ciccone. 2 George Clooneys father is a famous TV host and writer. 3 Paul McCartneys daughter is Stella McCartney. She is a famous fashion designer. 4 Alec Baldwins brothers are all actors. His brothers names are Stephen, William, and Daniel. mffiGeorge Betty *--"---*r- ,:l¡' 1 2 J 4 5 6 7 8 Edward and Eileen are Mark's His dad, Edward, is an His mom, Eileen, is a Mary and Jessica are Mark's Ian is his Mary is a Jessica is a police Sarah is Mary's She's four years old . George and Betty are Mark's George is a taxi f .{-} ¡ta"efi;e9: L*il% i I = l J LáÁ-rEdward [@li,óJMark .-4_- -E--r l.¿li€,. I --¡) - k-_ry4 r- JeSSiCa Eileen lan
  27. 27. §ffi§ A For each day, check (/) the times when you are free. B Read the information below and answer the question. The average free time in the U.S. each week for teenagers (15*19 years old) is37.8 hours. The average for young adults (20-24 years old) is 35.2 hours. How much free time do you have in total each week? .:{,'*J@r.1.-.: .'.:i. hours
  28. 28. ;. simplei present-statements and yes/no questions @ü n @ Langlua§[e I'n context Listen to the conversation below. What does May buy? Jake: Wow! You have a lot of music on your computer. May: Yeah. I buy MP3s online. My brother likes music, too, but doesn't buy MP3s. He buys CDs. He has hundreds. Jake: Do you like this song? May: Yes, I do. Jake: Me, too. Let's play it! S N&t§ce Read the conversation in Exercise A again. Complete this table. NegativeAffirmative Yes/No questions I you buy I You buy CDs. We They He (1) - CDs. She It sounds great. t::ii,t::,r,iiil With verbs ending in a consonant + y, the form after he/she/it ends in -les: e.9., l/You/We/They study ... He/She/lt studies... I You don't buy CDs. We They l-la (2) - buv CDs. She /t doesn't sound great. he Does buv CDs? she Does it sound great? Short answers t,, you (L WE they he she I does. ,,a n .ii y' He l¡kes music. X He like mus¡c. Yes,(3) we CDs? they lVo, Yes, The verb have is irregular: e.g.,l/You/We/They have a lot of CDs. He/Shelt has a lot of cDs. c 1 2 J 4 5 6 7 8 P#AC*§ee Complete these sentences usins the verbs in parentheses in the correct form. Chelsea (like) jazz music. Mv brother and T (collect) stamps. (haoe)MP3s on your computer? (not haue) a lot of CDs. you Anna Sara and Kathy (listen) to hip-hop? (haoe) a big collection of classical music. (play) the guitar? (not buy) a lot of music. The store Richard My sister D m Ncwv yess d& §* Work in pairs. Ask and answer quest¡ons about these things. . hip-hop . stamps . cars A: Do you /rsten to hip-hop? B; Yes, I do. Do you? A: No,l don't. Do you listen to ...? Do you like ...? Do you play ...? How aboutyou? I Do you like music? Yes, I do. X Do you like music? Yes, I like. . the piano
  29. 29. B 't 2 J 4 m ffi Work in pairs. Practice saying these sentences. Listen and check. My dad listens to the radio every morning. ]ason practices the piano after school. Mom likes walking the dog. Our class sometimes watches English movies. Readingf : recogn ¡ zinS cognates W* H * Pronunciation: third person -s ffia A ffi# Listen to the verbs. Notice that the third person -s endings are pronounced differently. && i1',':' ill:t',.|' ü,' :j;i.]: . !j.::., a* .i:;,: ' "t!t: ,. *¡e& íi;,',. i.ti: . !.1:, : ' t:.l' ,-t:'. i 1 lzl listens 2 lsl wants 3 lvl watches does likes practices plays relaxes ln English, long words that look difficult are often cognates in other languages. Look at long words carefutly. You can often figure out what the word means even if you recognize only part of it. A Read this text. Find all the words which are similar to words in your language. Compare the words you find with a partner. B Match each celebrity to the correct picture. 1 Rod Stewart 2 Sarah Michelle Cellar 3 Brad Pitt
  30. 30. Langfua$e use: listening to a radio show A Look at this picture. What do you think the radio show is about? B m§ Listen to this discussion. Circle the correct person for each question. 1 Angelicn / Victor likes sports games. 2 Angelica / Victor doesn't L1ke ptzzle games. 3 Angelica / Victor plays driving games. 4 Angelica / Victor likes the story in Automania. C m Work in groups. Discuss these questions. What video games do you play? What's your favorite game? Why? What video games don't you like? Vocabulary: free time activities A Check (./) the free time activities each one in a typical week? 6d'; Y tWhat other games do vou play? Do you watch or play sports? What's your favorite sport? Why? you do once a week or more. How much time do you spend on Do you play video games? go onlme fl play sports E play video gu-", E go to the rr'ro.ri", [-] - hours
  31. 31. B m Work in pairs. Compare your free time activities. Who prefers doing thingls with other people? Who prefers doing things alone? i /isten to mus¡c about five hours a week. Grammaf: s¡mp¡e present-information questions A Lar¡guage ir¡ coiltext Read this ad. What is the TV show about? - What shows do you watch every day? t: When do you watch them? utiu ,.,t Why do you like them? Where do you watch TV? Who do you like to watch on TV? Verb watch do óñ e ffim&§ee *"rO ,n:,1d in Exercise A, aeain. Complete this table Question word : Auxiliary What/Where When/Why/Who Subject l/you/we/they he/she/it G Prme*§ee Use the prompts to write questions. 1 why / you like basketball? 2 when / Tom go to the gym? 3 where / they meet for coffee? 4 what / you want to do this evening? 5 who / go out with in your free time? 6 what / Jane do in her free time? I ilii::!¡.lrli:l I I t D @t NCIryv 3re&§ de ñt worx in pairs. Ask and answer questions y' Wnere do you go in your free time? X Where you go in your free time? What do you do in your free time? Who do you play/Éo/watch ... with? Why do you like it? Because its fu n/ i nte resti n g/ exciti n g. about your free time activities. Are they similar or different?
  32. 32. ===*;t,: Speakingl: askingl for opinions When you want to know what somebody thinks, you can use different phrases to ask for the ' rc -t r'.l. A Wt¡ Listen to this conversation. What are they discussing? I;:';l; B §.i$¿4 Listen again. Check (./) the phrases you hear asking for opinions. And you? What's your opinion? Do you agree? What do you think? How about you? C m Work in groups. Talk about your opinions of these kinds of movies. Use phrases from Exercise B to ask about each other's opinions. A: I like cornedies. How about you? B; No. I prefer action movies. A: Why? B: Because conredles are silly. Action movies are exc¡t¡ng. Vocabulary: personal ity adjectives A m Check (/) A or B to complete this quiz. Calculate your score. Then compare with a partner. & ff* _ f*€ , 4Y '* I t'' rll -- =ru- u-tlh' *#--=. =ff tr tr tr tr tr Are you an r oi; o r t qran extrortert? '{ j i: :rs-{fPffi int A love parties............... ..... ü It's great to meet new people. t I hate being alone. tl I tell lots of jokes. .......... il I have lots of friends. ....................... il Number of As: t_) I like quiet evenings at home. ü I get nervous with people I don't know. .............. I .... ....'..'.. ,..II like being alone....... I don't know many jokes. ......... ....... n I have a few close friends. .............. I Number of Bs: e) o (,r' o ()
  33. 33. B m Read about your personality type. Do you think it is correct? Compare with a partner. moreffiAffi* moreff Btt You are an extrovert. You are confident and sociable, You love parties. You are popular and have lots of friends. You are funny and you like telling jokes. You are an introvert. You are shy, and you don't like big parties very much. You have a few close friends, and you are very loyal. You are considerate and think about other people. C m Work in pairs. Think of someone you know well. Describe them to your partner. Use the adjectives from Exercise B in bold. My sister is an extrovert. She's very sociable. She /lkes ... Langluagle use: writ¡ng about yourself and your interests A m How well do you know your classmates? Choose one person and say three things you know about them. B Read this web page. What does this Web site do? 5Jr, v, 4 ?l ffiUP 4 regicte r 'i home { h*lq: ,I l*qim Welcome to meetuP. The idea is simple, We find new friends for you where you live. Tell us about yourself and your interests. What do you like doing in your free time? Music, sports, movies-we have thousands of people with the same interests. } N¡w NrMerRs Hi, l'm Ben. I'm 24 years old. I study in the evenings, but l'm free on weekends. l'm very sociable and I love parties! I like sports-tennis is my favorite! I don't like computers or video games. I prefer being with friends! &g Hello. l'm Yara. l'm 21 and I live with my parents. I don't have a lot of free time because I study a lot! I like go¡ng to the movies with my friends. I also like l¡stening to music. l'm a little shy, but l'm a loyal friendl G Write about yourself for the Web site. Describe your personality and your interests. D Put your descriptions on the wall. Read your classmates' descriptions. Find two people with interests similar to yours.
  34. 34. Self'direction and learning: understanding your learning style . ldentify your main learning sty[e. . Use it to help you learn new things. . Try other styles to support your learning. A Choose a new skill you want to learn. Circle how you want to learn it. I want to learn my new skill ... a) in a class. b) with a friend. c) alone. B Complete this learning style questionnaire. Calculate your scores. LEARI{II{G STYLE QUE STIONNIAIRE 1 uVhich skill did you choose in Exercise A? ! pluy a musical instrument draw or paint speak a new language 2 Think about learning English. How do you prefer to learn new words? ! I say words. f, I act out words. 3 Howdo you like to learn English grammar? I bV listening to my teacher § by imagining myself in a situation 4 A/hat do you like áoing in your English classes? f listening § speaking 5 /hich school subject do you prefer? f music § drama Total number of ... I_ §_ ffi I drawpictures. iiir,r, I write words. ffi reading ii.rr: writing S art iiliii literature by looking at diagrams by reading grammar rules ffi 34
  35. 35. G Work in pairs. Follow these instructions to learn the words using your preferred learning style. . Student A, look at the first group of r,^,,ords. Student B, iook at the second group. . Check the definitions of the rt ords and phrases in a dictionarv or ask your teacher. . Read the instructions belor,r,, that match your main color from Exercise B. . Fo11c¡w the instructions to learn the words. You have five minutes. Student A Student B . satellite dish . fracas . curLent affairs . domain name . broadcast o crate Say the words and the definitions aloud. Listen carefully to how the words sound. Try to remember each word and sound together. lmagine each word in your mind. Draw a picture to represent each word. Try to remember each word and picture together. lmagine a s¡tuation where you need to use each word. Do an action connected to that situation. Try to remember each word and action together. Write each word and think of the def inition. Repeat each word a few times. Try to remember each word and definition together. I t I ffi D ffiE Work in pairs. Cover the words in Exercise C and test each other. How many words do you remember? Look at your scores in Exercise B. What is your second color? Use the instructions above to learn the new words below After a few minutes, test each other. Which of the two ways of learning do you prefer? przzle o pastime . laid-back . couch potato Tell me one of the words. The first word is ... What's the next word? What does it mean? r!1|w. 35
  36. 36. §rtr Voeabulary A Complete these sentences with phrases from the box. (5 points) watch TV play sports go online listen to music see friends have a computer in my bedroom and I to buy music. every day. I love rap and hip-hop. in my free time. I like soccer and hockey, but I prefer basketball. after school. We go bowling, go to the movies, or meet for coffee. in the evening. I like The Simpsons and American ldol. Read about Anna and Katy. They are sisters, but they are very different. Match the adjectives to the explanations. (5 points) 1I 2I 3I 4I 5I 't 2 3 4 5 Anna is very shy. Katy is very funny. Anna is very considerate. Katy is very sociable. Anna is very loyal. a) She makes everyone laugh with her jokes. b) She thinks about other people. c) Her friends can trust her. She never says a bad thing about them d) She loves parties and being with a lot of friends. e) She doesn't like meeting new people. ' C-fO correct: I can talk about free time activities and about people's personalities. |,],i,9 7.:coffect: Loo[ again at Sections 5 and 8 on pages 30 and 32. Sffiffiffiffi; ls"ffi i : Grammar Mark and Jody are at Beth's party. Write the verbs in parentheses in the correct form of the simple present. (10 points) Mark: Hi, I'm Mark. Jody: Oh, hi. I'm Jody. So, how (1) (know) Beth? Mark: She (2) (play) volleyball with my sister. Jody: Oh, cool. What (3) you (do),}.lark? Mark: I go to the university.I (a) (study) French and German. And what about you? Jody: I (5) (work).with my dad. He (6) (haae) a restaurant. Mark: Oh, yeah? (7) you (like) it? Jody: It's (e) OK, but I (8) (not want) to do it my whole life. My mom (not think) it's a good job. Mark: Oh, really? What (10) (want) you to do? Jody: She wants me to be a doctor. you she to ask questions about other people.i:',]8if0,CQnecti, ¡' run use the simple present to talk about myself and I lr'r¡g,,nC,oi1ect: ,Look aÉain at Sections 1 and 6 on pages 28 and 31. s**§§: ls,ffi
  37. 37. a A Read these sayings about time. Do you have similar sayings in your first ianguage? Work in pairs. Do you agree with the sayings in Exercise A? ffie * * g
  38. 38. Vocabulary: telling time A Match these sentences to the correct times. Some times match to more than one sentence. 1 It's twenty after seven. 2 It's five to two. 3 It's three (o'clock). 4 It's a quarter after two. 5 It's six-thirty. 6 It's a quarter to six. 7 It's seven-twenty. 8 lt's half past six. 9 It's two-fifteen. 10 It's five forty-five. a a a do these things get up leave for school/work on weekdays. o get to school/work . have lunch have dinner go to bed Owls best after 6 p.m. stay up late favorite meal: dinner drink coffee in the evening r/< o?a B m Listen and check your answers to Exercise A. C @ Work in pairs. Say what time you usually A: What t¡me do you have lunch? B: I have lunch at (about) two. And you? Langluagle use: reading a magazine article A Read this article. What is the difference between larks and owls? One in ten people is a lark. About two in ten are owls and enjoy staying up very late. If you like to get up early, have coffee and read the paper, you're probably a lark. Owls often don't eat breakfast and have to hurry to get to work in the morniag. If you do laundry or surf the Internet at midnight, you're probably an owl. Larks and owls often have differgnt jobs. Emergency room doctors, for example, work more at night. They are usually owls. Writers and artists are often larks. For example, cartoonist Scott Adams is a lark. "I never try to do any creating past noon," he says. "And I only exercise in the late afternoon. I draw from 6 a.m. to 7 a.m. Then I write for a few hours." B G Work in pairs. Ask and answer these questions. 1 Are you a lark or an owl? Why? 2 What time of day do you like to work or study? 3 What time of day do you like to relax? t-4f§ VY@ q.irlü,x¿- ?Hffit :%#V¿ ffi ffibest before noon go to bed early favorite meal: breakfast drink coffee in the morning
  39. 39. Grammar: frequency adverbs A W# §*mmSrem§m *m *€§m*sx.* Listen to the conversation below. Answer the questions. Rick: I'm always so busyl I never have any free time. I'm always at work in the morning and I usually study in the afternoon. What about you? Alicia: I don't ¡ ,ork, so I often get up iate. I sometimes study in the morning and I relax in the afternoon. I almost always go out in the evening. Rick: I rarely have time to go out-maybe just once a month. But I love to go to the movies. Alicia: Me, tool Do you want to go to the movies this weekend? Rick: Sure. That sounds great. 1 Who does a 1ot every day? 2 Who doesn't do a lot every day? B &dlq§*{* Read the conversation in Exercise A again. Complete this diagram with two of the words in bold. Then answer the questions. 0o¿ {f,*****- *-.&. 1007 never sometimes often usually Do these words come before or after the verb be? Do these words come before or after other verbs? T} tr,t .j*- ,B ¡ ,- 1 2 c ffir**'á$** Write sentences about how often Rick does each activities. Use each frequency adverb from Exercise B once. of these be late for class cook at home chat online drive to work play video games watch the news O times a week 6 times a week 4 tlmes a month every work day 1 time a year 4 times a week : :: (1) (2) (3) (5) (6) (4) w*. D m I'I.' ¡ ;:.." "Jex frt Wort< in groups. Ask,and answer questions to find out how often people in your group do each activity in Exercise C. Then report back to the whole class. A: ln our group,Victor and Lisa rarely cook at home. B: Vera always cooks at home. { I am always happy K I always am happy How often do you ... How often are you ., i' .#
  40. 40. Pronunciation: days of the week n ffi Listen and repeat. Notice that the stress Monday Tuesday Wednesday is always on the Thursday first syllable. Fridav Saturda v Sundav B E ffi Wort< in pairs. Practice saying these sentences. Make sure you stress the correct syllable. Listen and check. 1 I work from Monday to Friday. 2 I go to the gym on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. 3 My favorite day of the week is Saturday. 4 I think Sundays are boring. Listening!: Iistening for specif¡c information Mrro A m Look at the pictures and listen to the interviews. Match each picture to the day the woman does the activity. Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday B m Listen to the rest of the interview. What does the woman do on Sundays? Check (/) the activities she mentions. E nur"breakfast go for a walk do the housework T I E ,*ua the newsoaoer E -"ut friends tr tr trE ,o to the gym watch TV have lunch cook C @ Work in pairs. Describe your usual weekend routine. Do you and your partner do similar or different things on weekends? On Saturdays, I usually get up late. L..
  41. 41. Vocabulary: prepositions of time A Read what this woman says about her routine. Circle the correct options to complete each explanation. "I usually work until five o'clock. I get home at six. On weekdays, I go to bed early. I usually watch TV until bedtime. On Fridays, I always go out after work. I see friends in the evenings. Sometimes, I don't get home before 3 a.m.! I sleep late on Saturday mornings." 1 We use tLntil / before / after Io say when we stop doing something. 2 We use until / before / after to say at a later time. 3 We use until / before / after to say at an earlier time. B Read the text in Exercise A again. Write two more examples of your own for each category in the table below. G Complete these sentences with one word. 1 My English class starts - two-thirty. 2 Let's go out Thursday. 3 I always brush my teeth I take a shower. 4 I study about 10 p.m., and then I go to bed. See you the morning! My dad usually plays soccer - work. 5 6 7 B m Walk around the class and ask each person to tell you two interesting or unusual things they do each week. Find out as much as you can. A: Do you do anything unusual each week? B: On Tuesdays, I take a dance c/ass. on at tn before after until f'¡,dav,s §ve $te evenitrg 3 a.w" würk Itedti*c Langlualle use: talking about interestin$ activities ffi:B A ffiJd Listen to the conversation below Answer the questions. Janetl You look unhappy, Mark. Mark: Well, I'm just a little bored with my routine. Every week is the same. Janet: Hmm. Well, I try to do something interesting every week. Mark: Like what? Janet: Weil, on Tuesdays I go to acting classes. And on Fridays, I do karate. Mark: Oh, that sounds fun! Janet: Come to karate with me this r.t eek. Mark: OK, thanks! 1 Why is Mark unhappy? 2 What interesting things does Janet do? C m Tell the rest of the class about any interesting or unusual things your classmates do.
  42. 42. : claüses w¡th until, before, after R §-amgua§le §m *mxxtex* Read what this man says. Why does he do these things? "l'm pretty superstitious. I stay in the dressing room until I'm the last one. Then I follow the others. I always touch the grass before I start to play. It brings me luck. After I do alt of that, Mm*§ee Read the examples from Exercise A in the table. Circle the correct options to complete the explanations. before until To talk about the order of events ... After I do all of that,l always play well. We use affer with the (1-) first / second event I always touch the grass before t startto play. We use beforewith the (2) first / second event. To talk about the duration of events ... I stay in the dress¡ng room unt¡l l'm the last one. We use until lo talk about an event that continues to another event or a spec¡f¡c t¡me. I always play well after I do all of that. After I do all of that, I always play well. C Prmc&§g& Complete these sentences with before, after, or until. 1 Dan has his piano lesson at seven. He has dinner at nine. Dan has his piano lesson he has dinner. Dan has dinner he has his piano lesson. 2 I get home. Then I call my friends. I call my friends I get home. 3 Christy studies every day. She stops when she finishes all her school work. Christy studies every day she finishes all her school work. 4 I go to the office. Then I have coffee. I have coffee - I go to the office. I go to the office I have coffee. D m Mmw yee§ de §* Worx in pairs. Ask and answer questions about what you do before and after you do these things. . leave the house in the morning . do your homework . go out in the evening with friends . go to bed A: B: What do you do before you leave the house in the mornin§? Before I leave the house in the morning, I ... ffirrr**,.t..''. :l rill:,.r:,"1:r,'u: iiitt!],_::, r.i:tin::i;li .- ,:ir.t:i:iii:. i:.: ".., :l:.:l ' i.:. r:¡i: r1r:'l;;,. ,. .)..r:,., r:a 1r...:.¡l rlt ,i _::i::i1.-irrl :: :i :', ::.J;i .:.:1i: : ' :ri !:ii.'al:L.l;r.:.: . . li:"r:J; ... i :. .r:l,.ii,,ijiili - ..,.: rfr: , "l.t , ¡ l" r I I getdressed before I have brea kfast. X t get dressed before have breakfast.
  43. 43. Writing: understanding the mechanics "*u or. A sentence expresses a whole idea. Sentences in English always have a subject and a verb. When there is no other subject, we use it. A Check (/) the correct sentences. Rewrite the incorrect sentences. r I rriAuy my favorite day , E r, is twenty to seven. s E hcoldtoday. ¿ E r an unusual routine. s E rr,ly dad gets up at 4 a.m. o E Is an interesting job. B Read about an unusual routine. Find three sentences that are incorrect and underline them. Explain why they are incorrect and suggest chan§es. Amy Robinson is a radio Dj. She presents the breakfast show She has an unusual routine. Gets up at about four-thirty and drives to the studio. She has breakfast ai the studio and she does the show from six until nine. Is a tiring jobl After the show, she goes home and she sleeps for an hour. In the afternoon, prepares the next show. She goes to bed at eight o'clock. She does that six days a weekl Think of someone (a member of your family, a celebrity, etc.) with an unusual routine. Write a few sentences in your notebook describing what you think he/she does on a typical day. D m Work in pairs. Read each other's sentences. Do the two people have similar or different routines? E m Read your partner's sentences aga¡n. Is every s c sentence correct? Help your partner find any mistakes.
  44. 44. ffi #rg*m*ae€§*re rere# ffi#rearese€seffi x #ns'::¡nj=,¡rE&ñ ?éa; "". é.*.*" ; 5 1{=; §ft¡ i;: if c 1,"{.J*uE ril,,{l-*'.]-" "lf * i-l:rtjr¡rs1:r;.1 ii ¿',;it,;;'t.ii::i*¡':::,,1.¡ii it1.,.i,,:t:,,",,i'ir !"';,;.r. . ,.,i ,_r 'l,l., iii + ;-] t,:;-r:i¡:: i : ¡ i ;¿ i'i ii *,ii;:t-jil i' i,r{t,i-,ir.'.: i't r.§ ::,{. l,-l::;:::,:.irt i:i": i.;: t: it jlrr i iif i i,.., i',',-j i' l:t t l ;:; :.;i A:lfi$ How well do you manage your time? Complete in pairs. this quiz. Compare your answers Some of us are born to be late and others are always on tlme' ;;¿;"";;irn qui, to find out which You are! .':,1 {,ii How do You feel about time? a) I never have enough time! b) Sometimes I don't have time to do everYthing, but usuallY it's OK' c) Time? I have lots of it! Do You arrive on time for things? a) Yes, alwaYs' b) Sometimes, but not alwaYs' c) No, l'm alwaYs late! E oo you often have nothing to do? a) No, l'm alwaYs busY' b) Sometimes. c) Yes, I do. i-i,. ¡eYY often do You check the time? a) l'm too busY to look at , the clockl . O) Never. I don't have a watch' ' c) Often. I like to know what time it is' 1 l; 'j Yo., have something ',,:, : *, important to do. How ',i do You feel? a) l'm not worried because there s lots of time' b) HelP! I have a thousand / things to do todaYl c) Forget it' I can do it tomorrow' ir How do You work or studY? a) I iust work until I finish' b) I waste time on other things' c) lt's difficultl I never have time to finish mY work or studY' You have a lot of time -because You don't do important things! Manage your time better and You can achieve more You have a good attitude aboui time, WiLn a little Lime management, You can do even more, You neeO to manage Your time and give Yourself time to relaxl t 2 2. 2 It 3 1 3 i' 3 3. t2 .,2 .:3,' ..:3, .' iL., 2 i .' rt' .'r'..0
  45. 45. B Make a list of everything you week. Estimate the time you example below. need to do in the coming each one. Look at the want or need for -a¡ I. C m Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about your lists. Read this key and write a letter next to each task. A: This is absolutely necessary. B: This is important, but not absolutely necessary. C: This isn't very important, but I want to do it. D: This isn't important at all. D Write your things to do in order. For each day of the week, write A things first, followed by B things, etc. Think about the time you have and consider movin§ some things from one day to another. E m Work in pairs. Compare your daily to-do lists. 'x-r Í'.1 ! Nef t({{ ", , llar¡: tlors categ*rizir:g fu;:;lis i'r.r.!y t;au {a r:rg*.'nize ryúr,$' li?fit? ls this important? How importantis thrs? It's very important! I don't really need ta ... Let's write D. Can you do everything in the time you have?
  46. 46. ffiffiffiffi A Rita is talking about her day. Look at the time on each watch. Then complete these sentences with a verb and the correct time. (6 points) to school ata I at dinner B Rita is talking about other parts of her day. Circle the correct prepositions. (4 points) 1 I always have breakf ast at / before / ofter / until I go to school. 2 I sometimes go for coffee with friends tuttil / at / ofter / or school. 3 On / ln / Until / At Saturday nights, I use my computer or r,r,atch a movie before / nfter ,/ ott ,, rLrttil midnight and then I go to bed. i 8-1O correct: I can tell the time and use prepositions to talk about what I do in a typical day. I O-7 correct: Look again at Sections 1 and 6 on pages 38 and 41-. S+=*5=:f j':h# Grammar A Read this text about how frequently five people play video games. Write their names in the correct order on the scale. (5 points) When Leo comes home from school, he always plays video games. His sister, Marina, sometimes plays with him, but she prefers going online to talk to friends. David often plays video games after school, but not every day. His sister, Lola, never plays. She thinks video games are boring. Samuel rarely plays video games, but he likes one soccer game that he plays with his brother. 100'/,, 4d " *--- - --- . -.- 0% B Rewrite the sentences with before, after, ot untir. Use the correct punctuation. (5 points) L Leo has dinner and then he plays games on his computer. 2 Marina talks to friends online. She stops when it's time for bed. Vocabulary I at to bed 3 David does his homework. Then he plays video games. 4 Lola watches TV. She stops when she goes to bed. (before) (tLntil) ( ofter) (tu'ttil) (after) 5 Samuel plays a video game and then he listens to music. 8-1O correct: I can use frequency adverbs and O-7 correct: Look again at Sectlons 3 and 8 on time clauses to talk about when and how often people do things. : pages 39 and 42. ffi#ffiffiffix le# i
  47. 47. 11 iri -*:'rt ,¿: :* í!: ::ji ti: #ffi,$ffiiíi A Match the places to the events. a) Colombia b) China c) France d) the U.S. &§¿i; B ffie Which events look fun to you? - "whv?
  48. 48. lan§uag[e use: listening to a news report n ffi Listen to the start of a news report. Circle the correct options. 1 Buñol is near the city of ... a) Valencia. b) Murcia. 2 La Tomatina festival happens in ... a) September. b) August. ffi B ffi Listen to the rest of the report. Circle the correct options. 1 Mary speaks to a man from ... a) Spain. b) Britain. c) Germany. 2 All the people go to ... to have breakfast. a) the main square b) the park c) their houses 3 At eleven o'clock, everyone ... a) goes home. b) throws tomatoes. c) eats tomatoes. 4 The festival continues for ... a) two weeks. b) two days. c) two hours. C U Give your opinion. What do you think about the Tomatina festival? Do you like festivals in §eneral? is/,there are w¡th some, any, several, a lot, many A La§!§§ag§ fe e§mtext Read about thé Caribana festival.'Answer the questions. StrW @ @,e Helen asks "Are there any interesting festivals in Canada this year? Is there one in eastern Canada? I live in New York." Jan answers "There is a cool festival in Toronto every year. It's called Caribana and it's all about Caribbean culture. There are a lot of visitors to the city. They all come to dance, eat, and have fun! The carnival parade starts in the afternoon in the main square. There's a big picnic in the park and there are several calypso music competitions. There are also some other competitions, including a food competition. There aren't many tickets for the festival left. It's a good idea to buy them soonl" 1 Where is the Caribana festival? 2 When does the parade start? g MOt§ee Read the examples from Exercise A in the table. Circle the correct options in the sentences on the next page. There is a coot fes¡¡vat ¡n lorontto every year. iill flfff¡m¿fiyg : There are several calypso music competitions. , Negative 1 fnere aren't many t¡ckets for the festival left. ,:,, - 1 Are there any interestin€! fest¡vals in Canada this year? ;:,:,
  49. 49. *:r: :: 1 We use there is / there nre fo talk about one thing. 2 We use there is / there are to talk about more than one thing. 3 We use some f any with Are there ... 7 and There aren't. 4 We use some / any withThere nre. 5 We use seaeral and ruany to talk about one thing / more than one thing, C ffirmm&&#** Circle the correct options. 1 There isn't / aren't any festivals in my country in November. 2 Is / Are there any food festivals in your town? 3 In Mazatlan, there is / are a carnival in February. 4 There are seaeral / any carnivals around the world every year. 5 Are there any / n dance competitions during the festival? 6 There is / are a lot of people in the parade. ffi D m H++c' g-#x* *# 8'á Wort< in pairs. Choose a festival in your city or country. Describe it for your partner to guess. Then switch roles. A: lt's in August. There are rnusicians. There's a parade. B: The music festival! Vocabulary: places and attractions in a city Listen to this automated message about the Chinese New Year festival. Circle the places on the map that the speaker mentions. A §§¡d ..1 B ffi€ Work in pairs. Answer the questions. 1 H"* many places on the map are also in your town? A: There's a zoo. B: Yes, and there are several ... 2 Hort, many other places in your tort,n can you name in English? A: There are a lot of banks. B: And there's a history museum. lmere are a lot of people. H There is a lot of people.
  50. 50. P¡onunciation: compound nouns n ffil Listen and repeat. Notice that in compound nouns (noun + nouh), the first word is stressed. museum-science museum mall-shoooins mall factorv-chocolate factorvJ theater-movig theater B m Work in pairs. Make new compound nouns for places in your city. Then pract¡ce saying the words. t history museum 2 train station 3 car factory museum station iactory Readin§: read¡ng for the ma¡n idea When you read a text, think about these questions. What is the general topic? What is the writer saying about the topic? A Read these texts quickly. Circle the main topic. a) neighborhoods b) festivals c) families B Read the texts in Exercise A again. Decide whether each person has a positive or negative opinion of where they live. Emile: posititte / negatioe Melissa: positiue / negatiue Kostas: positiae / negatiae C G Work in pairs. Talk about your neighborhood. Do you like it? Why or why not? I like my nei§hborhood because it's small and ... "I live in a quiet area in Paris. I like living there because it's very friendly and there are several stores and cafés. The only problem is that it's a little boring sometimes because there aren't any clubs. There's a good stadium, though. I often go to sports events." "I live in Singapore, in a very busy neighborhood. I don't like it because it's noisy and there's lots of traffic. There's a shopping maIl near my house, and I go there a lot. There are also museums and a movie theater in the area, but I don't have time to go to them. There's a good food festival in April, though." "Ilive in Oia on the island of Santorini. My neighborhood is pretty big. A lot of my neighbors are members of my familyl There aren't many stores, but there's a small art gallery, a movie theater, and a gym. Oh, and there are a lot of great restaurants. I think it's a fantastic place to live."
  51. 51. Grammat= should n ffi-maxgaxmffi*x frm &§sffi Read this text. Circle where it is probably from. re What ffi th§xxgs should you see in and around London? reP The text is probably from ... a) a newspaper. b) a guidebook. B ffim*§** Read the examples from the c) a magazine. text in the table. Circle true (I) or false (F). ts W¡ndsor Castle The home of the Royal Family, just 40 minutes from London. You shouldn't visit on the weekends, though. lt's very crowded. Affirmative Negative Questions I Harrods department store You should definitely go to Harrods, Don't miss the food halll ts Wembley Stadium You should visit this famous stadium. Go on the tour. lt's great, L We use do in questions and negatives with should. T F 2 The contraction of should not is shotldn't. T F C §1,§¡.J ffia'w#**** Complete this conversation with should or shouldn't. You should definitely go to Harrods. You should visit this famous stad¡um. You shouldn't visit on the weekends. What should you see in London? definitely: 100% really = 80oA probably : 55ok Adverbs of certainty (definitely, really, and probably) usually come after the modal verb shou/d and before shou/dn't in statements: e.g.,You should probably visitthe museum. You probably shouldn't Éo to the zoo. Then listen and check. Janet: Our trip to London is next rt eekl I'm so excited! What (1) Max: Well, I have a good guidebook here. It says we (2) (3) visit the castle on the lr.eekend. We (a) Stadium. We (5) probably go on the tour of the stadium. Janet: Good idealWe (o) definitely go to Harrods, too, and we really miss the food hall. I can't waitl we do there? see Windsor Castle, but r,t e also visit Wembley (7) ffi D ffi§ fu**s kq¡*át d§# $* Student A, you are a visitor to Student B's town or city. Ask Student B what places or attractions you should or shouldn't see. Give reasons. Then switch roles. A: What should I visit in your town? B: I think you should definitely visit the art §allery. lt's really ¡nteresting.You shouldn't vlsit the museum. It's small and very crowded.
  52. 52. Voeabulary: locations and directions A Read and match the sentences to the 1 Take the second street on the left. 2 Make a U-turn. 3 It's on Laurel Avenue. 4 It's next to the museum. 5 Follow the signs for the zoo. 6 It's across from the movie theater. 7 Turn left here. pictures. 8 Co over the bridge. 9 It's between the bank and the school. 10 Go straight ahead. 11 Take the first right. 12 It's on the corner of Mason Street and Laurel Avenue. -lffil B üfl Look at this street map. Student A, you are at the main square. Student B, you are at the art gallery. Ask each other for directions to different places on the map. A: How do I get to the zoo from here? B: Go ri§ht on Main Street. Take the first street on the left. That's River Street. Then ... 3) Excuse me, where is the ...? How do I get to ...? /s there a ... near here? Turn left/ri§ht on ...
  53. 53. Speakingl: repeatin§ directions to check understanding When you ask for directions, listen carefully and repeat the essential information to check that you understand A ff&§ Listen to the conversations below. Underline the information that Speaker A repeats. 12 A: Excuse me, ho$, do I get to the main square? A: Excuse me, is there a bank near here? B: You take the first right, and go straight ahead. B: Yes, there's one on Fort Street. Then turn left on Post Street. A: Fort Street. OK. And how do I get there? A: OK. First right, then lefi on Post Street. B: you go straight ahead, and take the third left. B: That's right. A: Straight ahead, and take the second left. A: Thank you' B: No, not ihe second left, the third left. B: You're welcome. A: Third left. OK, thanks. ffiffi B ffiW Work in pairs. Take turns askin§ for directions to places in your town. A: Excuse me, how do I §et from ... to ...? B: You take the ... /tb on ... Langluatle use: writin§! an e-ma¡l A Read this e-mail from a friend. What does Avril need? ü-s To: my friend@mymail.mac.wd From: avril-wright@ mymail.mac.wd Subject: Directions Hi! Thanks for inviting me to the exhibition. I don't knorv r,r,,here the art gallery is, exactly. I need directions from the bus station to the gallery How do I get there? Thanks a lot! Avril B Look at the map in Section 7 again. Write an e-mail to Avril giving her directions in your notebook. &*§ .,
  54. 54. Thinking and problem.§olving: establishing priorities . Understand the criteria. . List the options. . Order the options according to the criteria. A You see this comment about your city on a Web site. Read the comment and answer the questions. l-w +É i-travel The Web site for travel inspiration Home I Login I Register I About i-traye I i-travel > travel forums > cities > one day in ... Forum: one day in ... Posted on: May 3 at 09:34 by Danny1992 Registered: 03/ 15/ 10 Posts: 5 How much time does Danny have in your city? How much money does Danny have to spend? 1 2 B G Work in pairs. ln your notebook, make a list of the main attractions in your city. Write the cost and the time you need to visit each one. tto* ryAgfu? down as many as you I : : W hÁ,+? i l can. Then write ---rrF..----! --*.---# *..s!é,=**É .*r4É"§ Nqry &-e"W?I I !á : 1 I f f I Subject; Where to go? Helpl l'm in the city for one day next week and I don't know what to vis¡t. I arrive at 7:00 in the morning and leave on the 8:00 p.m. bus. I don't have much money-only $40. Does anyone have any ideas?? Thanksl Replies: 0 <<previous next>> I think you need ... hours. I agree.There's also a ... How lon§ do you need to visit ...? How much does the ... cost? I think it costs $ ... I think it's free.
  55. 55. C U Think about organizin§ your options from Exercise B. Complete this Top 5 Thin§s to Do! list for Danny with your partner. Decide why you think Danny should see or do these things. Remember that he only has $40 and 13 hours in your town/city. 6regb clroco{ate {actory tour l?easun: ttk ckeay {o*{y $rz} ard inkresting G5 ----tif J*p s {harq* Í*-?*!Gthi ---._r!i[ _ l- --!L* -*Ü -sllt¡s --.I¡r¡f -!LE -ttt{¡ !{1t@*; :ffi*-* * --¡-qlli -ir;-cda¡!É D Write a short response to Danny. o-t¡ *g' t-travel The Web site for travel inspiration Forum; one day in... Posted on: May 4 al74:2L Registeredl 07 /23/09 Posts: 12 ,i E 6 Read your options to your classmates. Decide which ones make the best use of Danny's $4O budget and time. l{r$rcf"., llt a,ltnf otl¡l "ilti,tlitt¡ts do r¡ou Íreed tü est*blisi¡ f;¡"iaritics? Re: Where to go? Help! Hello, Dannyl992lThere are lots of great things to do in my city. You should definitely You should probably You should really Enjoy your W stayl <<previous next>>
  56. 56. ffiffi§§ Vocabulary A Look at this map. Complete the place names with words from the box. (4 points) B Look at the map in Exercise A again and complete the sentences. (6 points) 1 You are at the bus station 1st Street. Take the second right, go the bridge, and turn left. Go straight ahead and the is in the park, - the café. 2 You are in the main square. Turn right and go straight ahead. Then take the third left. is on the right the bank. 8-10 correet: I can talk about places and attractions in a city and ask for and sive directions. 0-7 correct: Look again at Sections 3 andT on pages 49 and 52. *,_.i;;;;;Hl ".t i't Grammar Read these contributions to a chat room. Circle the correct options. (10 points) In Cranada, there (1) is / nre a fantastic Moorish msnumgnf-the Alhambra Palace. You (2) should / shotLldn't visit in April or May. It's nice, but not too hot. The food in Spain is excellent and there (3) is / are aTot of restaurants. But you (4) shoultl / shouldn't eat in restaurants near the Alhambra-they are -ery expensive. Antigua is a beautiful city. There (5) is / are several pretty squares where you can have lunch or just drink coffee. If possible, you should (6) fnd / go a hotel in the main square. You (7) should / shouldn't travel in taxis in Antigua because it's small, and it's possible to I,r,alk everyrt here. Ko Samui is a fantastic island. There (8) isn't / tuen't many cars and you can relax completely. The restaurants and cafés are very friendly and there (9) is / isn't aTot of good food. Sometimes there (70) is / are traditional dances. I 8-10 correct: lcan use there is,there are,andshould to talk about places and to give advice. I O-7 correctr Look again at Sections 2 and 6 on pages 48 and 5l-. gallery station mall theater *ltfl1ffi,ffiffi:
  57. 57. ffiffi ACheck(/)theth¡ngSthatareabi§partofyourlife. exercise shopping B m Work in pairs. Compare the things that are a bi§ part of your life. Do you have similar or different lifestyles? A: Eating is a bi§ part of my life. I l¡ke go¡ng to restaurants, but I also like cooking at home. B: Me, too. I don't usually go to restaurants, and I often cook at home. t,'i.:i* r6l ¡ lii :r* -. ., il I entertainment : i¡**;,:t&'JS-' |**
  58. 58. Vocabulary: I ifestyle adjectives A Look at these different lifestyles. Write each word from the box under the lifestyle it describes. relaxing healthy boring stressful unhealthy wasteful green exc¡ting B m Work in pairs. Say what type of lifestyle you and your family have. Say why. A: My mom has a healthy lifestyle. She p/ays sports and she eats healthyfood. B: Really? Well, my dad is 65 now, so his life isn't very ... Langluagle use: read¡ng personal profiles A Read these profiles. Where do you think they come from? a) an online dating agency b) a Web site about famous people a-€ -'4i :@j 3) c) an online English course §t",,T^!*, 1/^L.tCI1/t^ ¡:,erfect date B m Work in pairs. Answer these questions. 1 2 J What do Christina and Guido have in common? In what ways are they different? In your opinion, is it a good idea for them to date? Name: Cuido Age:22 Likes: rock music; animals; fast food; surfing Dislikes: studying; soccer; the winter My lifestyle is: exciting! Right now: l'm working in a music store. ' Likes: reading; cooking; animals; going to the ballet ; Dislikes: soccer; loud music; cold weather My lifestyle is: healthy! Right now: I am a university student. . 4{§8&e$is¡e{q{¡{4*¡áser§ery
  59. 59. Grammar: present protlressive n &Id fucar*§a¡rmgie xm *qpaat*x'* Listen to the conversation below. What does Jon hate? Jon: Hey, Daisy! What are you doing right now? Daisy: Oh, hi, Jon! I'm studying for a math test. Jon: Ugh! t hate math tests! What other subjects are you studying this semester? Daisy: I'm taking an English class and a science class Jon: Me, too! Are you working ihis year? Daisy: Yes, I am. I'm working in a café in town. It's fun. g ffi#*§*m Read the conversation in Exercise A aga¡n. Complete this table. Then circle the best option to complete the rules. Affirmative l'm working. He/She/lt's work¡ng. You/We/The're workin§. Negative l'm not (r-) _ . He/She/lt isn't workin§. You/We/They aren't working. Yes/ No question Am lworkin§? ls he/she/it working? (2) - you/ we/they working? Short answer Yes, / (3) No, l'm not. Yes, he/she/it is. No, he/she/it isn't. Yes, you/we/they are. N o, you,/w e/theY a re n't. Wh- question Where am lworkin§? Where is he/she/it workinEi? Where (4) - you/we/they working? 1 The present progressive is used with situations or events that .. a) happen a1l the time. b) are happening nor,r. or around now. 2 We form the present progressive with ... a) be + verb -irzg. b) üc + r'erb. C Srm*:*i** Complete these sentences with the present progressive form of the verbs in parentheses. 1 Right now,I When the verb ends in e, drop the e before adding -ing e.9., take-takin§, make-making, live-living When the verb ends in c0nsonant-vowel-consonant double the flnal consonant: e.9., p I a n - p I a n ni n g, get- getting, stop-sto p p i n g - 2 you (molta) a sandwich for lunch. (lmae) a good time? (do) these days? (not tnlk) to me right nort. I don't know (runlf) for you! (li-oc) in Montreal. I nignt now, I am studying. H nignt now. I am study. 3 What - you 4 Sally why' 5 Come on! We 6 Right now, Adele ffi D #&§ it*"-"i¿, .:;ü.... r.,{ ; - Work in pairs. Say what you think your friends and family are doing now. '-: it:: I think my best friend is buying me a present.
  60. 60. ListeningJ: listening for numerical information When you hear a number, think about the way it looks. This helps you understand what it is (e.g., a date, a time, ayear, or a phone number). To help you remember a number, say it in your head when you are writing it down. A Read these fi§ures. Match them to what you think they refer to. 0 can be said as both zero and oh 1 (301) 522-8807 217/30/98 3 72:52 4 7998 524 a) a year b) a time c) a person's age d) a date e) a phone number ffi& B mru Listen and repeat the numbers in Exercise A. C m Listen to these statements. Write the numbers you hear. Practice saying the numbers in English in your head when you are writins them down. 1 2 J ffi D BIU Listen to three audio profiles from a hish school reunion Web site. Complete the information below. a -v 4 *" Name:Danny Edwards High school graduation year: (1) Date of class reunion: March (2) Name: Kathy Novak Date of class reunion:August (3) Phone number: (4) Name: Candice Hughes Reunion for year: (5) High school reunion at: (6) on: (7)
  61. 61. Pronunciation: stressed verbs ffi n $§;r4 Listen to the conversations below. Notice how the speaker stresses the verb with -in§ and not the verb be. A: Where is the dog? B: He's sitting on the sofa. A: What are vou doins? B: I'm puttins on mv shoes A: Whv are vou stooo-ins? B: i'm tired. B m ffi Worln in pairs. Practice saying these conversations. Make sure you stress the correct verb. Listen and check. Then switch roles. 1 A: Is Mom at home? B: No, she's swimming. A: What do you want to do when you finish school? B: I'm planning to get a Master's degree. A: What's the score? B: 3 - 4. Your team's winning. A: Are you leaving? B: Yes, I am. It's really late. Langlua§le use: talking to an old friend A Check (/) the questions you could ask an old friend to find out about their life now. How old are you? f "l wnut's your name? i Are vou datinslJ'- anvone? Where are you lirring now? --:, Li Formal: I'm fine. lnformal: lm good. a:: t r What are you -- doing these days? ::':' ' ti What are you studying? -l l__l B ffiE Work in pairs. You are old friends who meet on the street. Ask and answer the checked questions from Exercise A. A: Hi! How are you? B: l'm fine! How about you? A: l'm Élood, thanks. And how is your family? How is your family?
  62. 62. Vocabulary: a green lifestyle A Amy has a very green lifestyle. Match the words and phrases to the pictures, Use the red boxes. 1 save water 2 turn off the lights 3 recycle 4 ride a bike to school/work 5 buy organic food 6 reuse bags 7 share a ride 8 clean up trash B Do you have a green lifestyle? Check (/) the things from Exercise A that you do to help the environment. Use the blue boxes. C m Work in groups. Ask your classmates questions to find out who has a green lifestyle. Make notes of your classmates' answers. A: Do you ride a bike to work? B: No, I don't, but I share a ride. What about you? D m Share the information with your classmates. ls anyone similar to Amy? I think lrina has a green lifestyle. She rides a bike to schoo/ every day and she buys organic fruit and yegetab/es. progressive vs. simple present A Larlgl¡age in eontext Read this article about a veterinarian. Underline the "green" things he does at home and at work. &-'mrffiffim'* §*fwm€y§m Dr. Ralph Oliver works as a veterinarian at the San Diego Zoo. He desctibes his job-and his lifestyle-as "green": "I want to help the planet I live on." Oliver says that he rides his bike to work and buys organic food. At the zoo he is doing lots of things to help. "This month we are saving energy by turning off the lights in some areas at7 p.rn., not 8 p.m.," he says. "We also always ask visitors to clean up their trash. Even small things like this can make a big difference."
  63. 63. g Ms}&§mm Look at the verbs in bold in Exercise A. Match the correct options to complete these sentences. 1 The verbs in the simple present describe ... a) things happening right now or around now. 2 The r¡erbs in the present progressive describe ... b) things that are generally true or permanent situations. We don t use the present progressive with some verbs: e.9., l¡ke, know, want, need .:: ::' li C Ptrffiffi*§ffi& Circle the correct options. 1 What lre you doing / do you do right now? 2 Pete is listenmg / listens to his MP3 player right now. 3 I usually lmae f omhaoing lunch around 1p.m. 4 My cousin wants / is wanting to be a DJ when he finishes high school 5 This food is delicious. I nru liking /líke itl 6 Right now, Mom ís taking / takes a Spanish class. I I want to help the planet I live on. X I am wanting to help the planet I live on. D m Mmvw y6&es We §* wr¡te four sentences about your life in general and four sentences about your life right now. One of your sentences should be false. Read them to the class for them to guess which one is false. Writing!: wr¡t¡ng simple sentences Simple statements In English always have a subject and a verb, and often have an object, e.g., I t¡ke cats and dogs. subject+verb+object They usually appear in this order: subject - verb - object. A Underline the subjects of the sentences and write S. Circle the verbs and write V. Underline the objects and write O. 5t/ ü 1 I reule'r:[astic bass. 2 People u¡aste a lot of water. B Write one sentence about each situation. the correct order. 3 Ian is reading an article about recycling. 4 We recycle all our paper. Make sure you include a subject, verb, and object in § d*ffi -"# C m Work in pairs. Compare your sentences. Correct any errors.
  64. 64. Self-direction and learning: making personal change . Understand where you are now in your life. . Decide what you want to change. ' Make an action plan. A Check (/) where you think you are risht now on each chart. Being green Social relationships Work and studvJ Healthy living
  65. 65. B Which area of your life do you want to change? Check (/) one. fl B"ir',g gr""r'r E sociat relationship, E work and study E Healthy living C Write what you can do to make the change in Exercise B. Think of as many ideas as possible. Soc¿a/ re/attorshios §oo& diuner for wy parents 6o to the wot,ies witlt wy frtewds D Make an action plan. Write your ideas from Exercise C in the What area do you want to change? What are you planning to do tomorrow to change your life? What are you planning to do in the next month to change your life? what are you planning to do in the next three months to change your life? ,:il+iíí,illiiliii:,i *íi:l+ii::.iÍriíÍi1,,r E @ Work in pairs. Share your action plan with your partner. Explain what you are planning to do. lf you want to, ask questions M 65 1f..: i+; ri§ illl :r1';
  66. 66. Gp132-133 §§!t d § A Read what people say about their lifestyles. Write the opposite of the adjective in bold. (4 points) My lifestyle is pretty healthy. I exercise a 1ot and eat fruit. My boyfriend watches TV or plays video games all day. He has a very lifestyle. I work in an office every day. I guess my lifestyle is boring. My brother has a really lifestyle. F{e's a police officer. My sister has a really relaxing lifestyle. She studies in the morning and goes to the gym in the afternoon.HerhusbandhasaveIy-1ife.Heworksfrom8a.m.to9P'-' every day, including Saturdays. 4 I try to be green. I recycle everything. My parents are really , though. They throw out everything. They never recycle. B Jerry is talking about his "g!reen" lifestyle. Complete these sentences with words from the box. (6 points) organic lights reuse save ride share "Itry to have a green lifestyle. I (1) water and I always turn off the (2) before I go to bed. My office is pretty close to my apartment, so I usually (3) - my bike to work. Sometimes I (4) - a ride with a friend to go to the supermarket. I always buy (5) - fruit and vegetables and I always (6) - bags." ¡ I su§ry*' _J*u_ Grammar Read more of what Jerry says. Write the verbs in parentheses in the simple present or present progressive. (10 points) "I(1)-(notknow)whypeoplearesowasteful.Rightnow,I(2)-(read)agreat book about protecting the planet. More.people should read it. Everyone (3) -- (know) that traffic is aproblem.It,sobviousthatpeople(4)-(destroy)theplanet.Somepeop1e(5)-(need) to use a car sometimes, but not every day. Everyone should own a bike. I usually (6) - (work) downtownandIa1ways(7)-(ride)mybiketowork.Rightnowthough,I(8)-(work) from home, so I don't need to travel any'wherel I know people (9) - (not agree) with everything I say, but now I think people (10) - (learn) that they should do more to protect the planet." ,C+O,,cOifec* Iican contrast the simple present and the present progressive to talk about general what is happening now or around now. O-7 correct: Look aga¡n at Sections 3 and 8 on pages 59 and 62. SCCIRE: time i and I I I I r*{tu | p&w I **"*"-*_*_i
  67. 67. A Look at these pictures. ln your opinion, who is the most talented? B m Are you talented? Tell your classmates what talents you have. A; Let§ see ... / play the gu¡tar. I speak Italian and French. B: lthink l'm talented.l play soccer. P¡!S.'lr ' , 'i:.. .--...-. tta:::..:... 4- ,*tb,**,***:,. ryLir7)rrt:r: . #é
  68. 68. Vocabulary: personality adjectives A Match the positive qualities to the statements. 1 friendly a) i'm happy. I think my life is great. 2 generous b) I'm good at making plans. 3 patient c) I usually do very well on exams. 4 reliable d) I love buying ihings for other people. 5 optimistic e) I never tell lies. 6 organized f) I make friends easily. 7 smart g) My friends can depend on me. 8 honest h) I'm good at waiting for things. B ü§ Work in pa¡rs. Look at these pictures. Say what positive qualities from Exercise A you think these people have. I think Bil/ Gates is really smart because ... C m Work in pairs. Tell your partner which positive qualities from Exercise A you think you have and why. Ithink l'm optimistic.l'm usually happy. Langluagfe use: wr¡t¡ng a reference A &ru Listen to this conversation. Complete the job reference for Carmen. Job Reference for: €.arwex bean A§e: (1) Address: 124 Offan brivr, San Dtrao, CA ln my opinion, §arwen ¡" 12¡ and (4) . HelShe is ldeal for the job of a/an (51 because of these qualities. Refetted by: jonathau Rirhards
  69. 69. B Think about your best friend and their ideal job. Complete this job reference for them. Job Reference for: Age: (1) In my opinion, is (2) , (3) and (4) HelShe is ideal for the job of a/an (5) because of these qualities. Referred by: Reading!: read¡ng for the ma¡n idea @f rto When you read for the main idea, look quickly at the text to find key words or phrases. These can tell you what the subject of each paragraph is. Key words are often nouns or adjectives. A Look at the text below. What is it about? fn,/üoW"*u sa.f t 3 First of all, people born on February 29 are unlucky! They only have one birthday every four years! But because of this, they have special talents and abilities. They are very friendly and optimistic. They always see the positive side of life. They are fun, and many of them can sing or dance very well. They have a lot of friends and they are always loyal to their friends. 3_ People born on February 29 like their jobs and they want to be rich. But they don't usually give gifts because they aren't very generousl These Pisceans usually have a healthy lifestyle. They eat lots of fruit and vegetables and they are good at sports. B Look quickly at the paragraphs. Circle key words. G Look at the key words you circled. Write these headings in the correct places in the text. Health Good qualities Bad luckl Work and money D Read the paragiraphs more carefully. Check your answers to Exercise C. E m Work in groups. Answer these questions. 1 Is anyone you know a February 29 Pisces? Do you agree with the text? Why or why not? 2 Do you read your horoscope? Do 1.s11 think astrology influences our personality?
  70. 70. ability Match the pictures to what these people say about their pets. *-*@ . ,.. Él -"e-: , ffi. ffi'¿ Can your pet play a sport? Or sing? Or dance? Post comments about your pet's unusual talents below! The most talented pet will win a prize of $5OOI a) Yes, he can. My horse can play soccer! He's really talented! J.T. Williams. Texas b) My parrot can't talk, but he can draw. He draws pictures with colored pencilsl Nina, Brazil c) Our dog, Muffin, can balance things on his nose. lt's very funny! Mrs. Hill, Scotland e M**§Cm Look at the sentences in bold in from the box. Exercise A. Complete these rules with words 1 We use can't do can to talk about ability. 2 Cctnnot is the long form of the word 3 Questions and negatives do not use the auxiliary tii Affirmative Negative Questions Short answers .i Can they swim? : Yes, he can./No, he can't. can ü can't and the correct form '1. 2 J 4 5 6 they fl9Y @tay) tennis? B: Yes, (spenk) |apanese? B: No, (play) the guitar? B:Yes, y' sne can dance. X Sfle can to dance. Please turn down your music.
  71. 71. ;:¡!i' D H Now you do it Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about each other's abilities. Use the phrases below. . run a marathon . swim five kilometers . sing opera . dance salsa . play basketball A: Can you sw¡m five kilometers? B: No, I can't. Can you? Vocabulary: talents and abilities A Complete these phrases with words from the box. Then check (/) the things you can do. can s¡ng can play am good at can speak can cook can drive E ,n" guitar. E ,n" piano. E .h"rr. karate. E ,ulru dancing. I srrflng. u.ur. [-] a truck. 1I 2I 3I 4I 5I 6I tr tr tr tr tr a foreign language. E i,utiur'r. E .nurly languages. opera. [--l ku.uok" songs. f-l traditional songs. French food. E traditional dishes. E healthv snacks. B m Work in groups. Talk about the things you can and can't do. C m Tell the class about a talented person in your group. We th¡nk Emanuel is talented because he is good at sa/sa dancingi, he can p/ay chess, and ... Pronunciation: can/can't ffiiq AW Listen to the pronunciation of can and can't in these sentences. Notice that the vowel sound in can is weaker than in can't. 1 I can speak French, but I can't cook French food. 2 I can'I drive a car, but I can ride a bike. Éü B ffifd Listen and repeat the sentences. 1 My sister can dance, but she can't sing. 2 I can't speak German, but I can understand some words. 3 I can't ride a motorcycle, but I can drive a car. 4 I can hear you, but I can't see you!
  72. 72. Langlua§e use: Iistening to a review of a TV show A Look at this picture. What Do you have TV shows like ffi B Effi Listen to a man giving his opinion on the TV talent show Dream Stars. Circle the correct options. 1 There are f aren't dancers on the show. 2 The man thinks lhere should / shouldn't be more comics on Dream Stars. 3 Dream Stsrs is on TV on the weekend / during the week. 4 The rnan lilces / dislikes Dreom Stnrs. C m Work in pairs. Discuss these questions. ',, 1 Which TV talent shows do you like? Why? 2 Which TV talent shows don't you like? Why not? A: I like American ldol because ¡t's ¡nteresting. B: Really? I don't like it.The contestants can't s¡ng! kind of TV show is it? this in your country? *,,:,Cátn/,cdnT with adverbs of manner A Languagie in context Read what a judse on a talent show thinks about one of the contestants. ls the jud§e's general impression of Shaliyah positive or negative? Sha/yah is 24years o/d, and sheb fron/arnaica. Sheb really fr;endly and talented, Slte can srng beautiful|y, but she isn't rery organized. fha* w/y she forjets the *ords to lrer sonjs sornetirues. A/so, she can't darce rery we//, but she /earns fickt. /thínk we cah he/p her with her dance steps. ln my opiníon, Sha/yah can win Dreau Stars wíth a little g ffiO&§ee Read this information about adverbs of manner. Circle the adverbs in the text in Exercise A. 1 Adverbs of manner describe an action. e.9., She can sing beautifully. 2 Adverbs usually come after the verb. e.9., She can't dance well. We usually form the adverb by adding -/y to the adjective: e.9., slow -slowly, qui ck-quickly, beautifu l-beautifully, q u ¡ et- q u i etly, b a d - b a d ly For adjectives that end in -y, we change the -y lo -i and add -/y; e.9., fu nny-fu n nily, noisy -noisily, happy -happily There are some irregular adverbs. Sometimes the adverb is different from the adjective, but sometimes it stays the same: e.9., good -well, fast-fast
  73. 73. Tém 2,Helen iHelen 5 You're . (speak| . (swim You (work 3 Paul isn't a fast swimmer. Paul 6I' I m not a good dancer. (dance) D B Now you do it WorX in groups. Take turns talking abou"t the things you can and can't do. Use the verbs and the adverbs of manner from the boxes. quickly well fast beautifully I can speak En§lish well, but I can't run very fast. Speaking: showing interest $i9ñ¡li},quir§q'qy. A Look at these pictures. ln which picture does the woman look interested? W is by. using words such as Wow! and How ¡nterest¡ng! 3 A: Can you cook Chinese food? B: No, I can't, but I cook Indian food a lot. A: Oh, how interestingl B m Listen to the conversations below Underline the expressions the people use to show they are interested. A: So, what do you do? B: I'm a pilot. A: Really? That's alatazingt Me, too! A: Do you speak any other languages? B: I can speak Chinese. A: WowlReally? C m Listen to the expressions from Exercise B. Practice sayin§ the expressions in an interested way. D @ Work in pairs. Talk about things that your family members can do. Remember to use words to show interest. A: My sister is §ood at languages. She can speak Japanese, English, and Portuguese. B: Wow, that's amazin§! drive run sing speak cook dance draw pa¡nt
  74. 74. Gollaboration: working as a group to do a task Break up the big task into smaller tasks and make a list. ldentify what the group can do together and what each person can do individi,a r,, Negotiate who can do any remaining tasks. Be flexible! n ffi Work in groups. Your school/university wants to have a talent show and they want your class to organize it. Add one or two things to each column in the todo list below. Destjn rr§ !!!$-§¡ €r|!t *;**+=+rt] -{!116¡ I I -.-.-'+r" -.-;.¡5 rc*¡r -s4l*.---.r.t: ..G!!:q --.fl B m Decide which tasks on the list the whole group can do. Write G (group) next to those things. Lojistics Partictpants Proruotion Pnzes Deade /ocation, 0et permtsaon to use /ocation. se// tíckets. Decide on )rpes oftalent acts. FindiuQes. 'qn posters. Buy prtzes.
  75. 75. G Think about your preferences and abilities. Check c*ú €L ff ,.. (/) the appropriate boxes on the survey. Work with Uour obitities! I prefer to work Icon... 'tJ otone. G witn other peopte. J drow or point. G orgonize schedul,es. * oo design. 'Q ,onoge peopte. 1, j write wett. _-J monoge moneu. G tot« to peopte eositg. C sotve probtems. §Lfi¡'¡Uil D m With your group, decide who can do each of the remaining things on your list. A: I can do desi§n, so / can desisn the posters. B: And I can paint, so maybe I can help you with the posters. A.' Yes, let's do them together. C: OK, so you and Lisa can do the posters. What about the t¡ckets? I,,.''.,,, i,..t .",':,,. t', ' t'; :ii,;;a 1 tr'i::... rrl- /.''.' '-,¡-tti, it¡,t ,¡ri;i¡ r.1;r -r' L--.-í-': !.1.í.5',i": t"r:tl "ts t ,1 i.i {} t1 r-rLL "., !. ü{i l:: li.| ,:ü You can ..., and I can ..., so maybe we can ... together. I think you and Gina should ... because you can both ... I can ... Should I ...? What can you do? I can ..., but I can't ... 0K, so why don't you ...? 75