Different lifestyles
2.1 Can you do a survey about routines?
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Different lifestyles
2.2 Vocabulary
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Different lifestyles
2.3 Can you find out what people are doing?
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Different lifestyles
2.4 Reading and writing
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Different lifestyles
2.5 Culture
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  1. 1. Different lifestyles 2.1 Can you do a survey about routines? Unit2 1 Put these words in the right place on 4 Look at this chart and complete the the line. sentences. always never often sometimes usually every day once a week 0% 100% once every three days once every two months _________________________________________ never three times a week twice a month Jim How often? 2 Match the questions with the answers. visits his cousins ... every seventy-two hours a Hey, Jen, do you usually finish your paper plays football … two Fridays a month round before eight? _____ 5 b Do you meet your friends in the playground goes to on Mondays, before lunch? _____ computer club … Wednesdays and Fridays c Do you ever go skateboarding? _____ washes his hair ... 365 days a year d Does Anne often wear clothes like that? _____ eats fruits every eight weeks e Paul, are you often late for football and vegetables … practice? _____ goes to on Saturday afternoons, 1 Yes, but she sometimes looks more the cinema ... fifty-two weeks a year fashionable. 2 No, never, but I sometimes go a Jim visits his cousins snowboarding. _____________________________________ once every three days. 3 No, I always see them in the cafeteria first. b Jim plays football 4 Well, it depends. I’m usually on time, but _____________________________________ sometimes I miss the bus. c Jim goes to computer club 5 Yes, I usually complete it by about six. _____________________________________ d Jim washes his hair _____________________________________ e Jim eats fruit and vegetables 3 Answer the questions about you. _____________________________________ f Jim goes to the cinema _____________________________________ 5 Unscramble these sentences. a to / bed / goes / he / usually / sister / his / after / . ___________________________ He usually goes to bed after ______________________________________ his sister. b lunch / have / never / they / two o’clock / a How often do you look in a mirror? before / . _____________________________ _____________________________________ I look in a mirror twenty times a day! ______________________________________ c on / grandparents / visit /always / b How often do you eat pizza? Sundays / our / us / . ___________________ _____________________________________ ______________________________________ c How often do you exercise? d football / and / friends / I / in / play / my / _____________________________________ playground / sometimes / the / . _________ d How often do you cook? ______________________________________ _____________________________________ e often / their / my / homework / friends / e How often do you use a mobile phone? with / I / help / . _______________________ _____________________________________ ______________________________________ © Richmond Publishing, 2004 PHOTOCOPIABLE 7
  2. 2. Different lifestyles 2.2 Vocabulary Unit2 1 Complete the text with the missing 3 Connect the two columns. words. a car petrol brake drive __ 5 1 chef chef gardener maid never once twice b clean iron dust tidy __ c food dish dessert 2 playground kitchen __ 3 nap d usually often always sometimes __ 4 maid e children swings slide play __ 5 chauffeur f newspaper delivery round __ 6 never g sleep dream nightmare __ 7 paper round 4 Find three adverbs of frequency and five jobs from Unit 2. C G B U T L E R Hi, my name’s Barry Booming and I live in H A L W A Y S U Sandy Hollow, Beverley Hills. My mom’s a film A R M A I D I S director and my dad’s an actor. Actually he’s U D C T F D G U quite famous. He won an Oscar last year. We F E H H U F N A live in an enormous mansion at the top of a hill, overlooking the city. F N E V E R E L My parents (a) __________ cook because we never E E F E R A W L have a French (b) __________, who prepares U R R R A R E Y the most wonderful food. My father R N S A B H T V (c) ____________ tried to make an omelette, but he burnt it and we couldn’t eat it. 5 Match the underlined words with We also have a (d) ___________, who comes their synonyms. (e) _________ a week, on Mondays and always chef flat is busy once twice Wednesdays, to tidy up and do the ironing. Our (f) __________ takes care of the garden. a I play tennis a couple of times a week. She has green fingers and the garden always ______________ twice looks magnificent. b I’ve only seen the sea one time in my life. ______________ 2 Match the words with their definitions. c My teacher has lots of things to do. 1 the opposite of never ______________ a always ___ 1 2 a professional driver d My mother drives me to school every day. b nap ___ 3 a short sleep ______________ c paper round ___ 4 home delivery of newspapers e The person who cooks in this restaurant is d flat ___ 5 a professional cook from France. ______________ e playground ___ 6 another word for f My apartment is in the city centre. f chauffeur ___ apartment ______________ g chef ___ 7 a place where children play 8 © Richmond Publishing, 2004 PHOTOCOPIABLE
  3. 3. Different lifestyles 2.3 Can you find out what people are doing? Unit2 1 Match the words with their 4 Complete the telephone conversation. descriptions. clean do go play see take try watch a This man organises rich people’s houses and lives. 6 Monday evening – play football b This woman works in houses or hotels. Wednesday morning – clean rabbit cage c This person takes care of gardens. Thursday afternoon – study French d This person cooks in hotels or restaurants. Friday evening – go to party e This is something you eat between meals. Saturday evening – have a pizza f This means a short sleep. JAN: Hello, Jan speaking. 1 a snack 4 a chef COLIN: Hi, this is Colin. What are you doing? 2 a gardener 5 a maid J: I (a) ___________ TV, how about you? ’m watching 3 a nap 6 a butler C: I (b) ___________ to organise the computer club meeting. What are you 2 Complete the sentences with these (c) ___________ on Monday evening? words. J: I (d) ___________ football. There’s a big butler chauffeur chef clean cook maid match next month. serve queen eat take visitors wash C: What about early Wednesday morning? J: I’m sorry, I can’t — I (e) ____________ my rabbit’s cage every Wednesday morning before school. a b c C: Well, how about Thursday afternoon? J: Oh, Colin, I’m sorry I can’t. I (f) ____________ French every d e f afternoon. My mum says I must! C: OK, what about Friday evening, then? a ___________________________ the drinks. The maid is serving J: We can’t, we (g) ___________ to b ___________________________ the windows. Jamie’s party, don’t you remember? c ___________________________ the car. C: Yes, you’re right, I forgot! Well, when d ___________________________ a nap. can we meet? e ___________________________ biscuits. J: I (h) ____________ Bethany for a pizza f ___________________________ dinner. on Saturday evening, but we can meet in the morning or afternoon … 3 Circle the correct option. C: Great! Let’s make it at three at Pete’s a I do / am doing my English homework on place, OK? See you there! Friday nights. b Sorry, he can’t, he takes / is taking a nap. 5 Write true answers. c She’s busy, she studies / is studying for a What do you do on Saturday mornings? an exam. _______________________________________ I clean my room and go shopping. d John puts out / is putting out the rubbish for b What are you doing tonight? recycling twice a week. _______________________________________ e I decorate / am decorating my house c What do you do after school? next week. _______________________________________ f Are we meet / meeting them on Tuesday night? d What are you doing next weekend? _______________________________________ e What do you do on Friday afternoons? _______________________________________ © Richmond Publishing, 2004 PHOTOCOPIABLE 9
  4. 4. Different lifestyles 2.4 Reading and writing Unit2 1 Match the pictures to the people. 1 2 3 4 5 Rickie Rich — This is your life Rickie Rich is famous for being … rich! His father is an actor in Hollywood and his mother directs films. So what’s life like for Rickie? We asked some of the people who work for him. a ____ Kiki, personal assistant: Every day is really busy for Rickie because so many people want 4 to be with him. We have a breakfast meeting every morning at half past eight, and we always carefully plan everything he does. b ____ Arnie, fitness trainer: Every morning before breakfast we train for thirty-seven minutes. It is important to be precise. Twice a week we swim, three times a week we run, the other days we play tennis or basketball. It is a very hard schedule but Rickie is very fit. c ____ Guru Harbhajan Singh, meditation coach: There is a lot of stress in Rickie’s life, so we try to find a way to relax. We usually meditate for an hour before lunch and sometimes, if Rickie’s day has been difficult, we do some yoga. d ____ Mme Cholet, private language tutor: Rickie is very enthusiastic about learning languages. He wants to enjoy all the countries he travels to. So we study every morning for an hour and a half. Rickie is always a good student. e ____ Mr Floyd, personal chef: It is very difficult to cook for Rickie. I never know what he wants! Sometimes for breakfast he only has a glass of orange juice and some yoghurt. Then the next day he wants sausage, bacon and eggs, like an Englishman! 2 Now answer these questions. a What does Rickie do every day? ___________________________________________________________ He has a meeting, he trains and he has language classes. b Why is Rickie so busy? ___________________________________________________________________ c How long are his language lessons?_________________________________________________________ d What does he do twice a week?___________________________________________________________ e What does he do to relax?________________________________________________________________ f How often does he go running?____________________________________________________________ g What time is his planning meeting?_________________________________________________________ 3 Imagine you are on a web-chat. Say hello to the other people and tell them about yourself. Say where you live, what you like doing, and say something about your family. __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________ 10 © Richmond Publishing, 2004 PHOTOCOPIABLE
  5. 5. Different lifestyles 2.5 Culture Unit2 Eccentric Britain Are the British mad? They certainly have some strange customs and traditions. Here are just a few. 1 Read the article and match the pictures and the paragraphs. 4 1 2 3 5 a Every year on New Year’s c For many years an ex-rock star in the form of chimneys or Day, when temperatures are often called Screaming Lord Sutch footballs. It’s an occasion for rich below freezing, people of all ages was the leader of a political ladies to show that they don’t go for a swim in the North Sea. party called the Monster Raving take themselves too seriously. __ Some of them dress up in silly Loony Party. ‘Loony’ means e In certain parts of Britain, costumes. They often do this for ‘lunatic’ or ‘mad’. They always gurning competitions are very charity but many of them say got some votes though never popular. ‘Gurning’ is making they really enjoy it! __ 2 enough to win a seat in horrible faces — the more b In Maldon, Essex, they have Parliament. Candidates had to be grotesque the better. People twist an annual Mud Race. Everybody as strange and ridiculous as their faces into some truly awful has to run for ages through thick possible. __ expressions. The winner, of black mud. The race is very d At the annual horse race at course, is the person with the popular with young and old. ‘I Ascot, women compete to see ugliest expression! __ love getting dirty,’ said one who can wear the most unusual elderly lady. __ hat. Some hats, for example, are 2 True (T) or false (F)? Correct the false sentences. a The sea is usually warm at New Year in Britain. ______________________________________________________________ F - Temperatures are often below freezing. b It takes a long time to complete the Maldon Mud race. ______________________________________________________________ c The Monster Raving Loony Party was very popular with voters. ______________________________________________________________ d At Ascot, women take part in a race wearing silly hats. ______________________________________________________________ e The winner of a gurning competition usually looks very attractive. ______________________________________________________________ 3 Find adjectives that mean the following. a very cold: __________ d terrible (2): _________, ___________ b crazy (3): _________, __________, __________ e very ugly: _________ c stupid (2): _________, __________ © Richmond Publishing, 2004 PHOTOCOPIABLE 11

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