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  1. 1. 11 Grammar  be: I and you Grammar be: I and you American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities AA Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 Complete the conversation with I or you. MIKE Hi, 1 I ’m Mike. Are 2 you Amanda? AMANDA Yes, 3 am. MIKE Nice to meet 4 . AMANDA 5 ’re late! MIKE Sorry. Complete the conversation with am, ’m, are, or ’re. STUDENT Excuse me, 1 am I in room 2? RECEPTIONIST What’s your name? STUDENT I2 Caroline. RECEPTIONIST 3 you Caroline Herzog? STUDENT No, I 4 not. I 5 Caroline Fuchs. RECEPTIONIST You 6 in room 3. STUDENT Thank you. Complete the conversation. CHARLOTTE 1 Enrique Gonzalez? ENRIQUE Yes, 2 . CHARLOTTE Hi, 3 Charlotte, from the Chicago School of English. ENRIQUE Oh, hello! CHARLOTTE Nice to meet you. 4 late? ENRIQUE No, 5 . Practice the conversations with a partner.1 1211 © Oxford University Press 2011
  2. 2. 11 Grammar be: he, she, it it Grammar  be: he, she, American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities Bb Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 1 2 3 4 Look at the pictures. Write the answer. 1 Where’s she from? She’s from Spain . 3 Where’s it from? . 2 Where’s he from? . 4 Where’s she from? . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Write the question and the answer. 1 Where’s he from ? He’s from Korea . 5 ? . 2 Where’s she from ? She’s from Peru . 6 ? . 3 ? . 7 ? . 4 ? . 8 ? . Test your memory. Look at the pictures and say the sentences. A Where’s she from? B She’s from Spain.12222 © Oxford University Press 2011
  3. 3. 11 Grammar  be: we, you, they; negatives Grammar be: we, you, they; negatives American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities Cc Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 Look at the pictures. Complete the sentences with the correct form of be. Use contractions where possible. 1 2 We ’re in Paris! they Italian? 3 4 Nice to meet you, My name Rossi. You in Mr. Rossi. It’s Rizzi. room 109. 5 6 Hollywood in Where’s San Francisco! It’s in Listen and repeat I Anna. Hollywood? Los Angeles! please, Anna. I’m Nikoletta. 7 8 Is Rio nice? We in Brazil. We in Rio. We’re in Look at the pictures. Write + or – short answers. Recife. Correct the – answers. 1 Are they in Rome? No, they aren’t. They’re in Paris . 2 Are they Italian? Yes, they are . 3 Is he Mr. Rossi? . 4 Are they in room 105? . 5 Is Hollywood in Los Angeles? . 6 Is she Anna? . 7 Are they on vacation? . 8 Are they in Rio? .3 1233 © Oxford University Press 2011
  4. 4. 1 8 American English File Starter Teacher’s Book 1 1A Grammar review Grammar review American English File Starter Worksheet Activities Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 Complete the sentences with a pronoun (I, you, etc.). 1 2 3 4 She ’s from Brazil. They ’re from China. ’s from Italy. ’s from Japan. 5 6 7 8 Nice to Hi, ’m Sally. Good morning. Hello. aaaaaaa meet . Are late? Are Paul? have a reservation. My name’s Fiona Smith. Complete the conversations with the correct form of be. Use contractions where possible. RECEPTIONIST What 1 ’s your name, please? EVA I 2 ’m Eva Gomez. And they 3 Carlos and Pablo. RECEPTIONIST You 4 in room 616, and they 5 in room 617. EVA Hurry up. We’re late. CARLOS We 6 late. Breakfast is from eight to eleven. EVA No, it 7 . It 8 from eight to ten! EVA 9 you on vacation, too? PIETRO Yes, we 10 . EVA Where 11 you from? PIETRO We 12 from Italy. 13 you Spanish? EVA No, we 14 . We 15 from Mexico. Practice the conversations with a partner.12444 © Oxford University Press 2011
  5. 5. 22 Grammar  Singular and plural nouns; / / an Grammar singular and plural nouns; a a an American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities AA Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 Look at the pictures. Complete the answers. 1 2 1 What is it? It’s a coat . 3 2 What are they? They’re keys . 4 3 What is it? It’s . 4 What are they? They’re . 5 What are they? They’re . 6 What is it? It’s . 5 6 Look at the pictures. Write the questions and answers. 1 2 3 4 1 What are they? They’re pens. 2 What is it? It’s a computer. 3 4 5 5 6 6 7 8 7 8 Test your memory. Look at the pictures and say the sentences. A What are they? B They’re pens.5 1255 © Oxford University Press 2011
  6. 6. 22 Grammar  possessive adjectives Grammar possessive adjectives American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities B1 B1 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 Complete the sentence with my, your, his, her, its, our, or their. 1 2 Where’s my laptop? What’s in bag? 3 This is 4 Mark and wife. Where are coats? 5 6 car is fantastic! husband’s English. 7 What’s 8 name? Excuse me. It’s cell phone. 9 Here’s 10 key. Hi. I’m Sue. I’m sister. Test your memory. Cover the sentences. Look at the pictures and say the sentences.12666 © Oxford University Press 2011
  7. 7. 22 Grammar possessive s s Grammar possessive American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities B2 B2 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 2 1 8 3 5 4 6 7 Look at objects 1–8. Whose are they? Cover the sentences. Test a partner. 1 It’s Nico’s dictionary. A Are they Ali’s pens? 2 B Yes, they are. 3 4 A Is it Helena’s laptop? 5 B No, it isn’t. It’s Asima’s laptop. 6 7 87 1277 © Oxford University Press 2011
  8. 8. 22 Grammar adjectives Grammar adjectives American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities CC Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 Write sentences for the pictures. Use an adjective from the list. big cheap good-looking old short slow 5 1 He’s short . 3 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6 . 6 1 4 2 Complete the sentences for the pictures. Use an adjective from the list and a noun. expensive fast long new small tall 5 1 It’s a small table . 2 They . 3 3 He . 4 They . 5 It . 6 They . 2 6 1 4 Test your memory. Cover the sentences. Look at the pictures and say the sentences.12888 © Oxford University Press 2011
  9. 9. 1 8 2A American English File Starter Teacher’s Book 2 Grammar review Grammar review American English File Starter Worksheet Activities Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 Complete the dialogues with my, your, etc. 1 2 Where Is he s are your teacher? dogs from? They’re from Russia. Their Yes, he names are Sasha is. s and Dasha. name’s Phil. 3 Is she 4 Is this car? daughter? No, it isn’t. No, she car isn’t. She’s is over there. wife! Rewrite the sentences with possessive s. 1 His new car is fantastic. (Mario) Mario’s new car is fantastic. 2 Is this her coat? (Yuna) ____________________? 3 His train is late. (my husband) ____________________. 4 What’s its name? (your parrot) ____________________? 5 This is her room. (my sister) ____________________. 6 Where’s her friend from? (Nina) ____________________? Look at the pictures and write sentences with an adjective from the list and a noun. big cheap expensive fast new old 2 1 It’s a cheap cell phone. 1 3 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 . 6 . 4 5 69 1299 © Oxford University Press 2011
  10. 10. 33 1 Grammar Asimple present: and you simple present: I I and you Grammar  American English File Starter Teacher’s Book New English File Teacher’s Book Beginner American English File Starter Worksheet Activities AA Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2008 Complete the conversations with do or don’t. A 1 Do you live near here? B No. I live downtown. A 2 you want a coffee? B No, thanks. I 3 drink coffee. A 4 you watch MTV? B No, I 5 . A 6 you listen to hip-hop? B No. I 7 like hip-hop. I listen to rock music. A Where 8 you work? B I work very near here. A 9 you have children? B Yes, I 10 . I have a girl and two boys. A I 11 like my new haircut. B Why not? It’s beautiful. 12 worry! A Thanks. 13 you like my new coat? B No, I 14 ! Practice the conversations with a partner.1301010 © Oxford University Press 2011
  11. 11. 13 3 Grammar  simple present: we, you, they Grammar simple present: we, you, they A American English File Starter Teacher’s Book New English File Teacher’s Book Beginner American English File Starter Worksheet Activities AA B Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2008 Complete the conversations with the correct form of the verb in parentheses. A Where 1 do you live ? ( / you live) B We 2 live in the US, but we’re English. (live) A 3 expensive cars? ( / you have) B Yes. We 4 fast Italian cars. (like) A 5 newspapers? ( / you read) B No, we don’t. We 6 newspapers or magazines. (not like) A What music 7 to? ( / you listen) B Our music! We 8 it’s great! (think) A What 9 for breakfast? ( / they have) B They 10 milk or orange juice. (drink) A And what 11 ? ( / they eat) B They 12 cereal and fruit. (eat) A My sons 13 fruit for breakfast. (not want) B Really? Why not? A They only 14 chocolate. (like) Practice the conversations with a partner.11 13111 © Oxford University Press 2011
  12. 12. 33 1 Grammar  simple present: he, she, Grammar simple present: he, she, it it A American English File Starter Teacher’s Book New English File Teacher’s Book Beginner American English File Starter Worksheet Activities Ac C Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2008 3 8 1 2 5 7 6 4 9 Look at the pictures. Write about Kate. Make questions and test your partner’s 1 She lives in an apartment. memory. 2 She doesn’t have a car. A Does she work in a store? 3 in an office. B No, she doesn’t. She works in an office. 4 salad. 5 soda. 6 Spanish. 7 a newspaper. 8 to the radio. 9 TV.1321212 © Oxford University Press 2011
  13. 13. 18 1 American English File Starter Teacher’s Book New English File Teacher’s Book Beginner A3 3A Grammar review A Grammar review American English File Starter Worksheet Activities Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2008 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 Complete the conversation with the correct form of the verb in parentheses. MRS. JONES 1 Do you like ( / you like) your job? ANGELA Yes, I 2 do . I 3 (like) it very much. But I 4 (not work) here a lot. I’m a student. MRS. JONES What 5 ( / you study)? ANGELA Economics. MRS. JONES Really? My son 6 (study) economics, too. His name’s Alex. ANGELA 7 ( / he have) a white car? MRS. JONES Yes, he 8 . ANGELA 9 (live) on Park Street in the big house? MRS. JONES Yes! 10 ( / you know) my son? ANGELA Yes, I 11 . He’s my boyfriend! Nice to meet you, Mrs. Jones. Practice the conversation with a partner. Complete the sentences with a + or – verb. 1 They live in a big 2 We don’t listen to 3 I in a 4 He house. music. hospital. newspapers. 5 They 6 She 7 I coffee. 8 He a lot a cat. Japanese. of TV.13 13313 © Oxford University Press 2011
  14. 14. 44 1 Grammar adverbs ofof frequency Grammar  adverbs frequency A American English File Starter Teacher’s Book New English File Teacher’s Book Beginner American English File Starter Worksheet Activities AA Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2008 Complete the sentences with an adverb of frequency (always, usually, sometimes, or never). 1 2 He usually goes to school in the morning. He goes out with ✔✔✘✔✔ his friends in the evening. ✘✔✘✘✔ 3 4 He plays golf. He goes to bed ✘✘✘✘✘ late. ✔✔✔✔✔ Complete the sentences with an adverb of frequency and a verb. 1 2 She always gets up early. She to the ✔✔✔✔✔ radio in the morning. ✔✔✘✔✔ 3 4 She a sandwich at work. She shopping ✘✔✘✔✘ on Saturday with her children. ✔✔✔✔✔ 5 6 She computer games. She to the ✘✘✘✘✘ movies with her husband. ✘✔✘✘✔ Test your memory. Cover the sentences. Look at the pictures and say the sentences.1341414 © Oxford University Press 2011
  15. 15. 44 1 Grammar word order inin questions Grammar  word order questions A American English File Starter Teacher’s Book New English File Teacher’s Book Beginner American English File Starter Worksheet Activities AB B Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2008 Order the words to make questions. WAITER Good evening. 1 Do you have a reservation ? (have / you / do / a reservation) WOMAN Yes, we do. WAITER 2 ? (’s / your last name / what) WOMAN It’s Lane. WAITER 3 ? (spell it / how / you / do) WOMAN L-A-N-E. WAITER Thank you. Your table is by the window. WOMAN 4 ? (you / work / do / where) MAN I work in a hospital. WOMAN 5 ? (you / a doctor / are) MAN Yes, I am. WOMAN 6 ? (your job / like / do / you) MAN Yes, I do. It’s great. WOMAN 7 ? (you / what / in your free time / do / do) MAN I listen to music. WOMAN 8 ? (listen to / what music / you / do) MAN Jazz, and sometimes classical music. WOMAN 1 9 ? (finish work / you / what time / do) WOMAN 2 At nine o’clock. WOMAN 1 10 ? (free after work tonight / you / are) WOMAN 2 No, I’m not. Sorry. Practice the conversations with a partner.15 13515 © Oxford University Press 2011
  16. 16. 18 1 Classroom language Classroom language Communicative A American English File Starter Teacher’s Book New English File Teacher’s Book Beginner American English File Starter Worksheet Activities AA Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2008 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 1 2 3 Can I have a copy, please? Thank you. Excuse me. Can you repeat that, please? 4 5 6 I don’t understand. Excuse me. What’s caffe What page is it? in English? 7 8 9 I don’t know. Sorry, I’m late. Good-bye.31 15931 © Oxford University Press 2011
  17. 17. 18 1 Communicative Nice toto meet you Communicative  Nice meet you American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities AA Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 You’re Madonna You’re Angelina Jolie Find… Antonio Banderas Find… Leonardo DiCaprio Alicia Keys Julia Roberts You’re Heidi Klum You’re Carla Bruni Find… Daniel Craig Find… Orlando Bloom Shakira Scarlett Johanssen You’re Jennifer Aniston You’re Meryl Streep Find… Bill Gates Find… Tom Cruise Meryl Streep Heidi Klum You’re Shakira You’re Scarlett Johanssen Find… Madonna Find… Angelina Jolie George Clooney Will Smith You’re Alicia Keys You’re Julia Roberts Find… David Beckham Find… Carla Bruni Jennifer Aniston Brad Pitt You’re David Beckham You’re Brad Pitt Find… Madonna Find… Angelina Jolie Brad Pitt Leonardo DiCaprio You’re Leonardo DiCaprio You’re Bill Gates Find… Bill Gates Find… Carla Bruni Heidi Klum Tom Cruise You’re Tom Cruise You’re Daniel Craig Find… Daniel Craig Find… Will Smith Jennifer Aniston Meryl Streep You’re Will Smith You’re George Clooney Find… George Clooney Find… Antonio Banderas Shakira Scarlett Johanssen You’re Antonio Banderas You’re Orlando Bloom Find… Orlando Bloom Find… Julia Roberts Alicia Keys David Beckham1603232 © Oxford University Press 2011
  18. 18. 18 1 Communicative  Where are they from? Communicative Where are they from? American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities BA b Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 1 2 3 Zhang Ziyi Hyun-soo Ahn Christina Aguilera 4 5 6 Ken Watanabe Giorgio Armani Gael García Bernal 7 8 9 Orhan Pamuk Maria Sharapova Javier Bardem 10 11 12 Helen Mirren Gilberto Gil Nathalie Kelley33 16133 © Oxford University Press 2011
  19. 19. 18 1 Communicative  Match the sentences Communicative Match the sentences American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities CA c Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 A 1 Excuse me. Are you Paola Veroni? Answers to Student B 2 Are Bill and Tom American? a No. I’m from Seoul in Korea. b Hi! Nice to meet you. 3 Are Anna and Mark on vacation? c We’re from Venice in Italy. 4 Hi! I’m Marta. I’m from São Paulo. d Yes. She’s from Istanbul. e You’re in room 202. 5 Where are Ivan and Alex from? B 6 Where are you from? Answers to Student A 7 Are you from China? f Hello. I’m Selma. I’m from Brazil, too. g No, I’m not. I’m Paola Nardini. 8 Hello. I’m Kate and this is Emily. We’re from the United States. h They’re from St. Petersburg. 9 Is Sandra from Turkey? i Yes. They’re from Ohio. j No, they aren’t. They’re on business. 10 Excuse me. Are we in room 201 or 202?1623434 © Oxford University Press 2011
  20. 20. 1 8 American English File Starter Teacher’s Book 1 1A Practical English  How do you spell it? Practical English How do you spell it? American English File Starter Worksheet Activities Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 A 1 2 3 train tree bike 4 5 6 chair boot car 7 8 9 phone fish house 10 11 12 clock shower egg B 1 2 3 tree 4 5 6 chair car 7 8 9 phone 10 11 12 shower egg35 16335 © Oxford University Press 2011
  21. 21. 28 2 Communicative  The same or different? Communicative The same or different? American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities AA Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 A B1643636 © Oxford University Press 2011
  22. 22. 28 2 Communicative  Happy families Communicative Happy families American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities BA B Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 TOM’S TOM’S TOM’S TOM’S FAMILY FAMILY FAMILY FAMILY SISTER / brother / father / mother sister / BROTHER / father / mother sister / brother / FATHER / mother sister / brother / father / MOTHER CARMEN’S CARMEN’S CARMEN’S CARMEN’S FAMILY FAMILY FAMILY FAMILY BROTHER / daughter / sister / husband brother / DAUGHTER / sister / husband brother / daughter / SISTER / husband brother / daughter / sister / HUSBAND FABIO’S FABIO’S FABIO’S FABIO’S FAMILY FAMILY FAMILY FAMILY WIFE / brother / sister / son wife / BROTHER / sister / son wife / brother / SISTER / son wife / brother / sister / SON YURI’S YURI’S YURI’S YURI’S FAMILY FAMILY FAMILY FAMILY FATHER / wife / son / mother father / WIFE / son / mother father / wife / SON / mother father / wife / son / MOTHER CHEN’S CHEN’S CHEN’S CHEN’S FAMILY FAMILY FAMILY FAMILY MOTHER / daughter / husband / son mother / DAUGHTER / husband / son mother / daughter / HUSBAND / son mother / daughter / husband / SON37 16537 © Oxford University Press 2011
  23. 23. 28 2 Communicative What isis it? Communicative  What it? American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities CA c Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 101663838 © Oxford University Press 2011
  24. 24. 1 8 American English File Starter Teacher’s Book 2 2A Practical English  Missing information Practical English Missing information American English File Starter Worksheet Activities Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 A 2 Stud ent card1 name Amanda age address 65 Hanover Street Mr. Jac k Gre gso n Edinburgh zip code Wa shin gto n, D.C. 20510 e-mail amanda@btinter.co.uk 43 flight booking 5 registration card name Patrizio Marabini name Blanca Torres Martine z nationality Italian nationality Spanis h address Piazza Savonarola 8 David address Cesena 2431 South Hall Road zip code zip code 23004 Santa Barbara, California 93108 age 47 age USA married married no e-mail marabini@pippo.it cell phone 07640 -78123 4 home number number cell phone number 07412-886191 e-mail B 2 Stud ent card1 name Amanda Brown age 18 address 65 Hanover Street Mr. Jac k Edinburgh 800 West Ave nue zip code EH3 OJX Wa shin gto n, D.C. 20510 e-mail 43 flight booking 5 registration card name Patrizio Marabini name Blanca Torres Martine z nationality Italian nationality address David Williams address Alamed a 51 Jaen zip code 47100 zip code Santa Barbara, California 93108 age age 24 USA married yes married e-mail cell phone home number 01543-778321 number cell phone number e-mail BTM23@ hotmail.c om 39 167 39 © Oxford University Press 2011
  25. 25. 38 3 Communicative  Do you…? Communicative Do you…? American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities AA Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 live in a big apartment live near a supermarket drink coffee in the afternoon drink water with your lunch read sports magazines read computer magazines listen to the radio in bed listen to music in the car eat Mexican food eat fast food like opera like cats work in a hospital work with children study on the weekend study at night speak French speak German have a blue car have two children watch TV in the morning watch sports on TV want a new computer want a vacation1684040 © Oxford University Press 2011
  26. 26. 38 3 Communicative  Food and drink Communicative Food and drink American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities BA b Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 A Do you…? 1 like ? 2 have on your bread? 3 have for breakfast? 4 eat every day? 5 eat a lot of ? 6 have for breakfast? 7 drink with your dinner? 8 like ? 9 like ? 10 have after lunch? B Do you…? 1 eat every day? 2 like ? 3 like ? 4 have every day? 5 have in your coffee? 6 drink with your lunch? 7 have for breakfast? 8 like ? 9 eat a lot of ? 10 have for breakfast?41 16941 © Oxford University Press 2011
  27. 27. 38 3 Communicative  What do they do? Where do they work? Communicative What do they do? Where do they work? American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities CA c Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 A Jill George Jim Liz Julia Marie What / do? Where / work? B Jill George Jim Liz Julia Marie What / do? Where / work?1704242 © Oxford University Press 2011
  28. 28. 1 8 American English File Starter Teacher’s Book 3 3A Practical English  Time bingo Practical English Time bingo American English File Starter Worksheet Activities Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 201043 17143 © Oxford University Press 2011
  29. 29. 48 4 Communicative  What about you? Communicative What about you? American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities AA Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 TOM LUCY ✔✔✔✔✔ / cereal for breakfast ✘✘✘✘✘ / coffee after lunch ANNA JULIA AND CARL ✔✔✘✔✔ / at 7:15 ✘✔✘✘✔ / pasta for dinner ROBERTO LIZ AND SOPHIE ✘✘✘✘✘ / TV in the morning. ✔✔✔✔✔ / shopping on Saturday morning MARTIN KIRSTY ✔✔✘✔✔ / to bed at 11:30 ✘✔✘✘✔ / lunch at a cafe ALI TERESA ✔✔✔✔✔ / a shower in the morning ✔✔✘✔✔ / to the radio in the car ALEC JENNY AND COLIN ✘✔✘✘✔ / housework on Saturdays ✘✘✘✘✘ / supermarket on Saturday VICTORIA ANDY ✘✘✘✘✘ / newspaper ✔✔✔✔✔ / start work at 8:00 PAUL AND MARIA NICK ✘✔✘✘✔ / gym in the evening ✔✔✘✔✔ / exercise in the evening1724444 © Oxford University Press 2011
  30. 30. 48 4 Communicative  Find the people Communicative Find the people American English File Starter Teacher’s Book American English File Starter Worksheet Activities BA b Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 NAME 1 plays a musical instrument. 2 is a . 3 has a brother and a sister. 4 goes to bed before . 5 is late for class every day. 6 plays a lot of sports. 7 is from a different . 8 has lunch at home. 9 is very today. 10 goes out on Sunday night. 11 drinks tea in the morning. 12 likes . 13 is a slow driver. 14 in the winter.45 17345 © Oxford University Press 2011
  31. 31. 1 8 American English File Starter Teacher’s Book New English File Teacher’s Book Beginner 1 1A Vocabulary AHidden phrase Hidden phrase Vocabulary  American English File Starter Worksheet Activities Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2008 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 1 1 2 2 3 4 5 6 7 3 8 9 4 10 11 12 13 _____ . Have a nice day! 5 14 6 15 16 17 Thanks. See you. _______ up! It’s late!How do you ____ 7 9your name, please? Hey! That’s my 10 Hi. My _____ 8 umbrella! is Silvia. G-I-O-R-G-I-O Hi, Silvia. Oh! _______! 11 I’m Mark. 13 12 My name’s Pierre. 14 Hi, Pierre. I’m 15 Your room is 324. FranÇoise. Nice to Have a nice day. 16 17 _____ you. ______ you. 61 191 61 © Oxford University Press 2011
  32. 32. 1 8 American English File Starter Teacher’s Book New English File Teacher’s Book Beginner 22 1A Vocabulary AWord search Word search Vocabulary  American English File Starter Worksheet Activities Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2008 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 things 1 colors numbers 2 forty 11 3 22 4 33 5 44 55 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 F O R T Y T P H O T O S M R P 2 D J F B Q K P U V B L A C K E 3 R W A T C H E S S I X T Y E L 4 T D S W X Z P B B Q M O T Y C 5 J R T A C H E A P Z I R L S H 6 N Y E L L O W N G E G A L X I 7 U V Y O Z T N D R B D N S F L 8 M T N F Q Y L A E K F G O O D 9 B T S O N A G C E B I E P C R 10 R W N M W N N E N B F R B V E 11 E E I C U D A U G H T E R X N 12 L N N L P L D K F J Y Y O T P 13 L T E O F S I S T E R G W A N 14 A Y T N O R X Y Q A I O N L H 15 S N Y G L A S S E S M I D L F adjectives family 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 51926262 © Oxford University Press 2011
  33. 33. 1 8 American English File Starter Teacher’s Book New English File Teacher’s Book Beginner 33 1A Vocabulary A Categories Vocabulary Categories American English File Starter Worksheet Activities Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2008 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 A B C Tuesday What speak 1 nurse twenty to two juice 2 hospital Turkey Russian 3 meat live magazine 4 book seventy restaurant 5 water soda quarter after four 6 breakfast Friday lawyer 7 Where newspaper vegetables 8 listen Spanish dinner 9 one thirty waiter Wednesday 10 English factory ninety 11 China fish How 12 thirty lunch France A B C Tuesday Friday Wednesday 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 1263 19363 © Oxford University Press 2011
  34. 34. 1 8 American English File Starter Teacher’s Book New English File Teacher’s Book Beginner 44 1A Vocabulary AVerb circles Verb circles Vocabulary  American English File Starter Worksheet Activities Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2008 Photocopiable © Oxford University Press 2010 Put the words in the circle with the correct verb. bed work movies gym school a shower beach a break a sandwich home a coffee shopping out the guitar tennis computer games breakfast photos go go to go to the _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ take play have _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________ _________________1946464 © Oxford University Press 2011

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