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Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Unit 1 1
Name & AddressUNIT1
Grammar 1
Regular plural noun...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Unit 1 2
Name & AddressUNIT1
Vocabulary 3
Review
Underline...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Unit 1 3
Name & AddressUNIT1
Reading
Phone numbers
1	 Read...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Unit 1 4
Name & AddressUNIT1
Writing
Completing a form
Rea...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 2
Me  YouUNIT2
Grammar 1
Subject pronouns, be
Comple...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 2
UNIT2 Me  You
Vocabulary 2
Numbers 11–20
Write the...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 2
UNIT2 Me  You
Reading
Four men from around the wor...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 2
UNIT2 Me  You
Writing
About you
Reading
1	 Read th...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 2
UNIT2 Me  You
Writing
Write a paragraph about you....
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 3
UNIT3 Them  Us
Grammar 1A
Possessive adjectives (1...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 3
UNIT3 Them  Us
Vocabulary 2
Families (2)
Look at t...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 3
UNIT3 Them  Us
Listening 1
Family numbers (1)
List...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 3
UNIT3 Them  Us
Reading
My family
1	 Read My family...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 3
UNIT3 Them  Us
Writing
My family
1	 Put the letter...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 3
UNIT3 Them  Us
Writing
Write a paragraph about you...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 4
UNIT4 Big  Small
Grammar 1A
There is / There are (...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 4
UNIT4 Big  Small
Vocabulary 3A
Adjectives (1)
Comp...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 4
UNIT4 Big  Small
Listening 1
A new shopping mall
L...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 4
UNIT4 Big  Small
Reading
My town
1	 Read My town a...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 4
UNIT4 Big  Small
Writing
Describing places
Reading...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 4
UNIT4 Big  Small
Writing
Write about the place fro...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 5
UNIT5 Work  Play
Grammar 1
There isn’t / There are...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 5
UNIT5 Work  Play
Vocabulary 2A
Sports (1)
Write th...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 5
UNIT5 Work  Play
Listening 1
Describing jobs
Liste...
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UNIT5 Work  Play
Reading
A sport for everyone
1	 F...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 5
UNIT5 Work  Play
Writing
Your favourite sport
Read...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 5
UNIT5 Work  Play
Writing
Write a paragraph about y...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 6
UNIT6 Day  Night
Grammar 1A
Present simple (1)
Und...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 6
UNIT6 Day  Night
Vocabulary 2A
Times of day (1)
Pu...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 6
UNIT6 Day  Night
Pronunciation
The time
Listen and...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 6
UNIT6 Day  Night
Reading
Your body clock
1	 Read A...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 6
UNIT6 Day  Night
Ask Dr Harry
A
My son Sam is 17. ...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 6
UNIT6 Day  Night
Writing
A day in my life
Reading
...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 7Unit 6
UNIT6 Day  Night
Writing
Write a paragraph about a...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 7
UNIT7 Places  People
Grammar 1A
Question words (1)...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 7
UNIT7 Places  People
Grammar 3
Review
Are these se...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 7
UNIT7 Places  People
Listening 1
UNESCO World Heri...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 7
UNIT7 Places  People
Reading
Three World Heritage ...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 7
UNIT7 Places  People
Writing
Describing people
Rea...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 7
UNIT7 Places  People
Writing
Write about the perso...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 8
UNIT8 In  Out
Grammar 1A
Adverbs of frequency (1)
...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 8
UNIT8 In  Out
Vocabulary 1A
Food (1)
Complete the ...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 8
UNIT8 In  Out
Vocabulary 3
Extend your vocabulary:...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 8
UNIT8 In  Out
Reading
Three restaurants
1	 Read Th...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 8
UNIT8 In  Out
Writing
A great restaurant
Reading
1...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 8
UNIT8 In  Out
Writing
Write about a restaurant you...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 9
UNIT9 Here  There
Grammar 1A
Prepositions of place...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 9
UNIT9 Here  There
Vocabulary 1B
Rooms and furnitur...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 9
UNIT9 Here  There
Functional language
Making recom...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 9
UNIT9 Here  There
Reading
A place to live
1	 Put t...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 9
UNIT9 Here  There
Writing
My favourite room
Vocabu...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 9
UNIT9 Here  There
Writing
Write about your favouri...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 10
Ancient  Modern
Grammar 1A
Was / were (1)
Underli...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 10
Ancient  Modern
Vocabulary 1B
Adjectives (2)
Comp...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 10
Ancient  Modern
Reading
The Vikings
1	 Read The V...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 10
Ancient  Modern
Writing
A holiday postcard
Readin...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 10
Ancient  Modern
Writing
Write a postcard about th...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 11
Life  Times
Grammar 1
Past simple – regular
Compl...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 11
Life  Times
Vocabulary 3A
Dates (1)
Put the lette...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 11
Life  Times
Reading
The noughties
1	 Read The nou...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 11
Life  Times
Writing
An important year
Reading
1	 ...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 11
Life  Times
Writing
Write a paragraph about your ...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 12
Question  Answer
Grammar 1
Past simple questions ...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 12
Question  Answer
Vocabulary 1B
Animals (2)
Comple...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 12
Question  Answer
Reading
Animals that disappeared...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 12
Question  Answer
Writing
A biography
1	 Can you m...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 12
Question  Answer
Writing
Write a biography of the...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 13
Business  Pleasure
Grammar 1A
Present continuous ...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 13
Business  Pleasure
Vocabulary 2
Travelling for bu...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 13
Business  Pleasure
Pronunciation
Intonation in qu...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 13
Business  Pleasure
Reading
Moscow – a wonderful c...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 13
Business  Pleasure
Writing
An email to a friend
R...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 13
Business  Pleasure
Writing
Write an email to a fr...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 14
Arts  Technology
Grammar 1
Describing nouns
Put t...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 14
Arts  Technology
Vocabulary 3
Gadgets
Are the sen...
Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 14
Arts  Technology
Reading
Gadgets
1	 Read Gadgets ...
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Arts  Technology
Writing
Describing a picture
1	
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Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 14
Arts  Technology
Preparing to write
6	 Choose one...
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Global Beginner Workbook and CD Pack without Key

Global Beginner Workbook and CD Pack without Key
Adrian Tennant

ISBN:
9780230430198
English Type:
British English
Published Date:
22 September 2011
Format:
Mixed media product
Level:
Beginner
Weight:
0.2450kg
The Workbook complements and expands on the content of the Coursebook. It presents the language practice activities of the eWorkbook in an easy-to-use printed format. It also include an Audio CD for use with the listening and pronunciation activities.

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  1. 1. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Unit 1 1 Name & AddressUNIT1 Grammar 1 Regular plural nouns Underline the correct word to complete the sentences. 1 Two coffee / coffees, please. 2 Madrid and Tokyo are citys / cities. 3 The taxis / taxies are yellow. 4 Two book / books. 5 Three red busies / buses. Grammar 2 What’s Put the words in the correct order to make questions. 1 name? your What’s 2 address? What’s your 3 What’s postcode your? 4 number? your phone What’s Vocabulary 1A Common English words (1) Complete the puzzle. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Across 4 5 6 Down 1 2 3 Vocabulary 1B Common English words (2) Match words 1–4 to pictures a–d. 1 bank 3 hotel 2 café 4 bus a b c d Vocabulary 2 Numbers 1–10 Put the numbers in the correct order. eight    five    four    nine    one    seven    six    ten three    two 1 6 2 7 3 8 4 9 5 10
  2. 2. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Unit 1 2 Name & AddressUNIT1 Vocabulary 3 Review Underline the different word in each group. 1 ten     taxi     two 2 camera     phone     six 3 café     four     nine 4 passport     coffee     five 5 book     seven     bus 6 city     eight     one Functional language 1 Meeting people Complete the sentences with the words in the box. Hello    I’m    Steve    meet    Nice    1 , I’m Tom. 2 Nice to you. 3 Hi, Pam. 4 to meet you. 5 Hello . I’m Liz. Functional language 2A How are you? Complete the conversations with the words in the box. And you?    bad    Great    How are you? 1 A: How are you? B: (1) Not . And you? A: (2) ! 2 A: (3) ? B: Fine thanks. (4) ? A: OK. Functional language 2B Meeting people & How are you? Match words 1–5 to a–e to make phrases. 1 Not a you? 2 Fine b to meet you. 3 And c thanks. 4 Nice d Rob 5 I’m e bad. Pronunciation Word stress Listen and put the words in the box in the correct column. café     bus     camera     hello     coffee     hotel     phone café Listening 1 Meeting people Listen and underline the correct words. Conversation 1 1 Hi, I’m Josie / Sophie / Lucy. 2 I’m from Lyon / Rome / Rouen. Conversation 2 3 Hi, I’m Bobby / Robbie / Robby. 4 I’m from Dundee / Dandy / Dundii. Listening 2 Postcodes Listen and underline the correct postcode. 1 NT9 5GB  /  MT9 5GB  /  MT9 5EB 2 PR3 9IE  /  BR3 9IE  /  PR3 9ID 3 JS4 77X  /  JS4 7XX  /  JF4 77X 4 AM2 8CH  /  AN2 8SH  /  AN2 8CH 5 UU1 6DD  /  WL1 6DD  /  WL1 6BB
  3. 3. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Unit 1 3 Name & AddressUNIT1 Reading Phone numbers 1 Read Phone Numbers. Answer the questions. 1 What’s the international telephone code for Australia? 2 What is the area code for London? 3 What’s the phone number for the police in the US? 2 Read the text again. Are the sentences true (T ) or false (F)? 1 You dial 0207 and seven numbers to phone a person in London. T / F 2 Mobile phone numbers in the UK have seven numbers. T / F 3 The international code for the UK is 0207. T / F 4 The international code for the US is 1. T / F 5 To phone the police in the UK you phone 999. T / F 3 Put the letters in the correct order to spell words from the text. 1 nophe 2 alid 3 reaa deco 4 blimoe 5 remnub 4 Complete the sentences with the words and numbers in the box. 011    44    07    area    international    Manchester 1 In the UK home phone numbers are seven numbers and an code. 2 The area code for is 0161. 3 UK mobile phone numbers start with . 4 Countries have an code. For the UK it’s 44. 5 To phone the UK from the US you dial . Phone numbers In the UK a home phone number is seven numbers and an area code. The area code for London is 0207, for Manchester it’s 0161 and for Bristol it’s 0117. Mobile phone numbers in the UK start with 07 and are 11 numbers in total. Countries have international codes. The international code for Australia is 61, for the UK it’s 44 and for the US it’s 1. To phone the US from the UK you dial 001 and then the number. To phone the UK from the US you dial 011 44. In the UK you dial 999 for the police, but in the US the number is 911.
  4. 4. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 Unit 1 4 Name & AddressUNIT1 Writing Completing a form Reading 1 Read the form. Match questions 1–4 to information a–d. 1 What’s his address? 2 What’s his name? 3 What’s his phone number? 4 What’s his postcode? a Amir Rafiq b 34 High Street, East Ham, London c E6 8HG d 020 4431 112 Name: Amir Rafiq Address: 34 High Street, East Ham, London Postcode: E6 8HG Phone: 020 4431 112 2 Read the text and complete the form. My name is Carmen Rodriguez. I’m from Madrid in Spain. My address is 65B Calle Portugal, Madrid. The postcode is 28011. My phone number is 91 347 3162. Immigration card Surname: Rodriguez First name: (1) Passport number: 8867644 Nationality: Spanish Flight number: IB 3168 Address: (2) Postcode: (3) Writing 3 Complete this form with your information. The Royal Hotel Surname: First name: Address: Postcode: Phone number:
  5. 5. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 2 Me  YouUNIT2 Grammar 1 Subject pronouns, be Complete the sentences with the words in the box. I    He    She    We    They    You 1 Boris is from Germany. ’s German. 2 My name’s Paula. ’m from Brazil. 3 Ralf and Petra aren’t from France. aren’t French. 4 Susan is English. ’s from Manchester. 5 ’re from Germany. 6 I’m Monica and this is Alain. ’re Canadian. Grammar 2 yes/no questions Match questions 1–8 to answers a–h. 1 Are you married? No, a she is. 2 Is he Japanese? Yes, b I am. 3 Are they Italian? Yes, c he isn’t. 4 Is she a student? No, d they are. 5 Are you from Germany? Yes, e I’m not. 6 Is she from New York? Yes, f they aren’t. 7 Are they students? No, g she isn’t. 8 Is he married? No, h he is. Grammar 3 Subject pronouns yes/no questions Complete the conversation with the words in the box. are    are    I’m    is    not    we    you A: Hi, my name’s Oleg. B: Hi Oleg. Where (1) you from? A: (2) from Russia. This (3) Maria. B: Hi, Maria. Are (4) Russian? C: No, I’m (5) . I’m from Argentina. B: (6) you married? C: No, (7) aren’t. Grammar 4 Subject pronouns possessive adjectives Underline the correct words. 1 Are you / your a student? 2 Yes I / my am. 3 This is we / our address. 4 We / Our are Polish. 5 This is I / my teacher. 6 What’s you / your phone number? Vocabulary 1A Countries and nationalities (1) Write the nationalities. Country Nationality 1 America American 2 France 3 Poland 4 Japan 5 Italy 6 England 7 Portugal 8 Egypt 9 Spain 10 Brazil Vocabulary 1B Countries and nationalities (2) Underline the correct words. 1 Anna is from Poland / Polish. 2 My girlfriend is Brazil / Brazilian. 3 Are you from France / French? 4 Noriko is from Japan / Japanese. 5 They’re from Madrid. They’re Spain / Spanish. 6 Is she from Germany / German? 7 Four of the students are China / Chinese. 8 Fatima is from Egypt / Egyptian.
  6. 6. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 2 UNIT2 Me  You Vocabulary 2 Numbers 11–20 Write the numbers as words. a 16 f 15 b 12 g 20 c 19 h 13 d 14 i 18 e 17 j 11 Vocabulary 3 Review Underline the different word in each group. 1 China    French    Japanese 2 twelve    Spanish    sixteen 3 Egyptian    Russian    Germany 4 Portuguese    eleven    Brazilian 5 Brazilian    Italian    Japanese 6 20    17    13 Pronunciation Intonation of yes/no questions Listen. Does the intonation go up or down at the end of the sentences? Tick (✔) up or down. up down 1 Are you a student? 2 Yes, I am. 3 Is he from Japan? 4 No, he isn’t. 5 Are you Italian? 6 No, we aren’t. 7 Is she married? 8 Yes, she is. Listening 1 Me You Listen. Are the sentences true (T ) or false (F )? 1 Michael is from Germany. T / F 2 He isn’t a student. T / F 3 Bethany is French. T / F 4 Marco is from Spain. T / F 5 The other students come from Russia and Japan. T / F 6 Hitomi is from Tokyo. T / F 7 The teacher’s name is Julia. T / F 8 She’s English. T / F Listening 2 Introductions Listen and underline the correct words. 1 The man’s name is Ronny / Tony. 2 He’s from China / Japan. 3 He is / isn’t a student. 4 The woman’s name is Beata / Barbara. 5 She’s Polish / Russian. 6 She is a student / married.
  7. 7. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 2 UNIT2 Me  You Reading Four men from around the world 1 Read Four men from around the world. Match the names to the nationalities. 1 Aleksi a Chinese 2 Emre b Portuguese 3 Honghui c Russian 4 Luis d Turkish 2 Read the texts again and answer the questions. 1 Is Aleksi a student? 2 Are Honghui and Aleksi married? 3 Is Luis from Portugal? 4 Is Emre a doctor? 5 Are Luis and Emre married? 6 Is Aleksi from St. Petersburg? 7 Is Honghui a student? 3 Put the conversation in the correct order. a Hi, I’m Carola. 1 b You too. Where are you from, Carola? c Nice to meet you, Emre. d I’m from Ankara in Turkey. I’m Turkish. e I’m Brazilian. I’m from Rio de Janeiro. And you? f Hi Carola, I’m Emre. 4 Complete the sentences with the correct form of be. 1 Luis married. 2 He from Portugal. 3 Luis and Emre students. 4 They married. 5 Aleksi a student. 6 Honghui married. Four men from around the world My name’s Luis. I’m a student from Portugal. I’m not married. I’m Honghui. I’m a student from Beijing in China. I’m married. My name’s Aleksi from St. Petersburg in Russia. I’m a doctor and I’m married. I’m Emre from Turkey. I’m a student and I’m not married.
  8. 8. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 2 UNIT2 Me  You Writing About you Reading 1 Read the text and answer the questions. My name’s Eva and I’m from Budapest. It’s the capital city of Hungary, so I’m Hungarian. I’m an English student. I’m not married. 1 What’s her name? 2 Where is she from? 3 What’s her nationality? 4 Is she a student? 5 Is she married? Language focus 2 Complete the sentences with am, are or is. 1 My name Antonio. 2 I from Rome, Italy. 3 Rome the capital city. 4 I a student. 5 you married? 6 No, I not. 3 Put the words in the box in the correct column. Brazil    Chinese    doctor    Egyptian    French    Germany    Japan    Korea    police officer    Polish    teacher Countries Nationalities Jobs Preparing to write 4 Answer the questions about you. 1 What’s your name? 2 Where are you from? 3 What’s your nationality? 4 Are you married?
  9. 9. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 2 UNIT2 Me  You Writing Write a paragraph about you. Useful phrases • My name’s … • I’m from … • I’m …
  10. 10. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 3 UNIT3 Them  Us Grammar 1A Possessive adjectives (1) Underline the correct words. Hi, I’m Melissa and this is (1) I / my sister, June, and (2) she / her husband. (3) He / His name is Richard and (4) he’s / his from New Zealand. (5) They / Their have two children. (6) They / Their names are Ellen and Rachel. Ellen is ten and (7) she / her sister is six. Grammar 1B Possessive adjectives (2) Complete the sentences with the correct possessive adjective (my, your, his, etc) or a subject pronoun (I, you, he, etc). 1 name is Edward. 2 This is my wife. is from Poland. 3 name is Ana. 4 This is her brother. name is Janusz. 5 is married. 6 wife’s name is Ewa. 7 have two children. 8 names are Danuta and Marek. Grammar 2 Questions with be Write the correct word to complete the questions and short answers. 1 your wife French? 2 No, she . 3 they students? 4 Yes, they . 5 he your brother? 6 Yes, he . 7 they in London? 8 No, they . Grammar 3 Review Complete the conversation with the words in the box. he    his    Is    isn’t    she    their    they A: This is a photo of my family. B: They look nice. A: Yes, (1) are. This is my brother. B: What’s (2) name? A: Jens. B: (3) he married? A: Yes, (4) is. His wife’s name is Petra. B: Is (5) German? A: No, she (6) . She’s from the Czech Republic. They have two children. B: Wow! What are (7) names? A: Otto and Henrik. Vocabulary 1 Families (1) Complete the phrases. 1 husband and w 2 parents and c 3 f and mother 4 son and d 5 b and sister
  11. 11. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 3 UNIT3 Them  Us Vocabulary 2 Families (2) Look at the family tree. Then complete the text with the words in the box. aunt    brother    children    cousins    father    husband mother    parents    sister    sisters Hi I’m Toni and this is my family. This is my sister Carmen and these are our (1) . My (2) ’s name is Rafael. He has one (3) and two (4) . My (5) ’s name is Luisa and she has one (6) Clara. Clara is my (7) . Her (8) is called Emilio. They have three (9) . They are my (10) . Jan  =  Tina Pablo  =  Marta Susi   Sara   Juan   Rafael  =  Luisa Clara  =  Emilio Toni   Carmen Tara   Suki   Lea Vocabulary 3 Families Possessive ’s Are the statements true (T ) or false (F)? 1 My mother’s sister is my aunt. T / F 2 My sister’s daughter is my nephew. T / F 3 My grandmother’s son is my mother. T / F 4 My uncle’s children are my cousins. T / F 5 My father’s father is my grandfather. T / F 6 My brother’s wife is my mother-in-law. T / F 7 My daughter is my brother’s niece. T / F Vocabulary 4 Families (3) Put the words in the box in the correct column. father    parents    grandmother    cousins    nephew aunt    niece    brother-in-law    daughter    wife    uncle    son    children Male Female Male or female Functional language Introducing people Put the words in the correct order to make sentences. 1 this Andre, Hans. is 2 Germany. from He’s 3 meet Nice to you. 4 John, sister my Emily. is this 5 husband’s Egypt. from Her Pronunciation Linking words Listen. Put the words in the correct order. 1 and brother sister 2 and aunt uncle 3 and husband wife 4 and daughter son 5 and father mother 6 and children parents
  12. 12. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 3 UNIT3 Them  Us Listening 1 Family numbers (1) Listen. Complete the sentences with the numbers in the box. There are two numbers you don’t need. 2    3    4    5    6    8    7 1 There are people in Ollie’s family. 2 There are people in Emily’s family. 3 There are people in Christophe’s family. 4 There are people in Enrico’s family. 5 There are people in Norah’s family. Listening 2 Family numbers (2) Listen. Underline the correct words. 1 Rick’s brother is / isn’t married. 2 Adam / Michael is Amanda’s husband. 3 Amanda is from England / South Africa. 4 Their son is called Adam / Michael. 5 They are / aren’t in London.
  13. 13. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 3 UNIT3 Them  Us Reading My family 1 Read My family. Match descriptions A and B to photos 1 and 2. 1 2 2 Read description A again and answer the questions. 1 What is Rani’s father’s name? 2 Is Rani married? 3 What is Arun’s wife’s name? 4 Is Geeta Taj’s mother? 5 What is Rani’s husband’s name? 3 Read description B again and complete the family tree. Karl  =  1 2    3    Hans  =  4 5    Ines 4 Complete the sentences. 1 Your father’s brother is your . 2 Your mother’s daughter is your . 3 Your brother’s son is your . 4 Your father is your mother’s . 5 Your son’s mother is your . My family A My name’s Rani and I’m from Mumbai, India. This is a photo of my family. These are my parents. My mother’s name is Geeta and my father is Arun. This is my husband, Ashraf, and our son and daughter. Their names are Taj and Padma. Taj is four years old. B I’m Jens and I’m from Berlin, Germany. This is a photo of my family. That’s me, and this is my brother Hans and my sister Anka. Hans is married and his wife’s name is Kerstin. They have two children, Ines and Stephie. My parents aren’t in the photo but my father’s name is Karl and my mother’s name is Gerde.
  14. 14. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 3 UNIT3 Them  Us Writing My family 1 Put the letters in the correct order to spell family words. 1 ailfmy 2 gdeutrha 3 fwie 4 cluen 5 bohetr 6 themro Reading 2 Read the text and answer the question. Which family member from exercise 1 isn’t in the text? Hi, I’m Eva and this is a photo of my family. This is my mother Ildiko and my father Tamas. This is my brother Sandor and his wife Rachel. Rachel isn’t Hungarian, she’s from Canada, she’s Canadian. They have a daughter, her name is Petra, she’s ten. 3 Read the text again and answer the questions. 1 Who’s Ildiko? 2 Is Sandor married? 3 Is Ildiko Eva’s sister? 4 What’s Eva’s niece’s name? 5 Is Rachel married? 6 What nationality is Rachel? 7 Who’s Petra? Building vocabulary 4 Write more family words. family daughter father Preparing to write 5 Make notes about your family. Use the vocabulary from exercise 4.
  15. 15. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 3 UNIT3 Them  Us Writing Write a paragraph about your family. Useful phrases • I’m … • My name’s … • This is my family / mother / sister … • Her / His name is … • They have a son / two daughters … • I’m (not) married.
  16. 16. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 4 UNIT4 Big  Small Grammar 1A There is / There are (1) Underline the correct words. 1 There are / is a car park. 2 Are / Is there any shops? 3 There are / is three banks. 4 Are / Is there a supermarket? 5 There is a / any cinema. 6 Are there a / any cafés? 7 There are / is two floors. 8 Is there a / any restaurant? Grammar 1B There is / There are (2) Complete the sentences with the correct word. 1 There a big shopping mall. 2 There four banks. 3 There one cinema. 4 there any cafés? 5 There many people. 6 there a supermarket? 7 There a bookshop. Grammar 2 There is / There are (3) Put the words in the correct order to make questions and sentences. 1 any there shops? Are 2 a café. small There is 3 bookshops. three are There 4 a there Is cinema? 5 new a is There supermarket. 6 Are any there restaurants? expensive 7 car park. There big is a Vocabulary 1A Numbers 20–100 (1) Listen. Underline the number you hear. a 31 39 63 b 14 40 44 c 16 60 66 d 89 98 88 e 21 25 29 f 17 70 77 g 51 54 55 h 20 26 30 Vocabulary 1B Numbers 20–100 (2) Write the numbers as words. a 90 b 67 c 35 d 24 e 81 f 20 g 44 h 77 Vocabulary 2 Prices Listen. Complete the phrases with a price from the box. £9.60    £21.40    £28.30    £39.50    £41.20    £50.39 £69    £82.30 1 It’s . 2 That’s . 3 It’s . 4 That’s . 5 It’s . 6 That’s . 7 It’s . 8 That’s .
  17. 17. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 4 UNIT4 Big  Small Vocabulary 3A Adjectives (1) Complete the puzzle. 1 2 3 4 5 6 Across 2 The opposite of new. 4 The opposite of interesting. 5 The opposite of expensive. 6 The opposite of big. Down 1 The opposite of good. 2 The opposite of closed. 3 The opposite of unfriendly. Vocabulary 3B Adjectives Complete the sentences with the correct adjective. 1 The coffee is very g . 2 The shopping mall is very b . There are 100 shops. 3 He’s very un . 4 The shop is c . 5 This camera is very ex . 6 Is this n ? 7 The film is in . Functional language In a shop Put the conversation in the correct order. a Goodbye. b Hello. c Here you are. Thanks. d Hi. How much is this bag? e It’s £90. f Thank you. Goodbye. Pronunciation Schwa /ə/ Listen and complete the sentences. 1 There’s restaurant. 2 Is there car park? 3 There isn’t bank. 4 There is cinema. 5 Is there bookshop?
  18. 18. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 4 UNIT4 Big  Small Listening 1 A new shopping mall Listen. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? 1 There is a new car park. T / F 2 The cinema is small. T / F 3 There are four screens in the cinema. T / F 4 There are two cafés. T / F 5 The restaurants are cheap. T / F 6 There are three floors in the bank. T / F 7 There are friendly people in the bank. T / F Listening 2 How much is it? Listen. Match pictures 1–6 to prices a–f. 1 2 3 4 5 6 a €1.15 b €1.20 c €1.50 d €4.15 e €4.20 f €4.65
  19. 19. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 4 UNIT4 Big  Small Reading My town 1 Read My town and look at the pictures. Where does Keiran live; in picture 1 or picture 2? 1 2 2 Read the text again and answer the questions. 1 Write two adjectives that describe the town. 2 Write the adjective that describes the people. 3 Are there any banks? 4 Is there an Indian restaurant? 5 Is the supermarket car park big or small? 6 Are there any magazines in The Store? 3 Read the text again and match the words to the numbers. 1 banks a 1 2 car park b 2 3 Chinese restaurant c 20 4 opening hours d 24 5 shops e 80 4 Find these things in the text. Four places where you can buy things Five things you can buy 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 5 My town Hi, my name’s Keiran and I live in a small town in Ireland. The town is very old and the people are very friendly. There are two banks and about twenty shops. There are two restaurants, a Chinese one and an Italian one and there is a small café where you can buy coffee and sandwiches. There’s a supermarket. It has a big car park for about 80 cars. I don’t live near the supermarket, but there is a shop in my street called The Store. It’s open 24 hours a day and there are lots of things – newspapers and magazines and also bread and milk.
  20. 20. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 4 UNIT4 Big  Small Writing Describing places Reading 1 Read the text. Write the adjectives. There’s a small café near my house. There is lots of good food and the coffee is cheap. The people are friendly and interesting. It’s open ten hours a day, from 7am to 5pm. 2 Read the text again. Are the sentences true (T ) or false (F)? 1 The café is big. T / F 2 The food isn’t good. T / F 3 The coffee is expensive. T / F 4 There are interesting people. T / F 5 The café is open at 6pm. T / F Language focus 3 Complete the sentences with adjectives. 1 The man is un . 2 This book is ex . It’s £50! 3 A: Is this magazine in ? B: No, it’s bo . It’s about cars! 4 The coffee is 20p. That’s ch . 5 There’s a n shopping mall near my house. 6 It’s really b . There are ten floors and 100 shops. Preparing to write 4 Think about a place you know. For example a café, shopping mall, restaurant or shop. Answer the questions. 1 Is it big? 2 Is there a car park? 3 Are the people friendly? 5 Complete the sentences about the place. 1 There are floors. 2 There is / are . 3 It’s open hours a day.
  21. 21. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 4 UNIT4 Big  Small Writing Write about the place from exercises 4 and 5. Useful phrases • There’s a … • There are … • There isn’t any … • It’s big / small / old. • The people are … • It’s open ten hours a day.
  22. 22. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 5 UNIT5 Work  Play Grammar 1 There isn’t / There aren’t Underline the correct words. I work for VSO. I’m a volunteer. The job is very difficult. There (1) aren’t / isn’t a lot of time for fun, but I love the work. There (2) aren’t / isn’t any other volunteers where I work – I’m the only one. I work in a school in Africa. There (3) aren’t / isn’t a lot of money and there (4) aren’t / isn’t many books. About 300 students study in the school, but there (5) aren’t / isn’t many teachers. VSO is very important here. There (6) aren’t / isn’t enough volunteers for all the work. Grammar 2 Like (1) Complete the questions and short answers. A: (1) you like football? B: No, I (2) . It’s boring. A: Do you (3) playing sports? B: Yes, I (4) . A: (5) you like running? B: (6) , I do. C: (7) , I don’t. But I like swimming. Grammar 3 Like (2) Underline the correct answers. 1 A: Do you like your job? B: It’s very interesting. / Yes, I do. 2 A: What’s your favourite sport? B: I like playing golf. / No, I don’t. 3 A: Do you like basketball? B: I like basketball. / No, I don’t. 4 A: Do you like Italian food? B: I like pizza and pasta. / Yes, I do. 5 A: What’s your favourite food? B: I like Chinese food. / No, I don’t. Grammar 4 Review Tick (✔) the correct sentence or question. 1 a There isn’t any VSO volunteers in Brazil. b There aren’t any VSO volunteers in Brazil. 2 a Do you like swimming? b What do you like swimming? 3 a There isn’t a school in the village. b There aren’t a school in the village. 4 a Do your favourite food? b What’s your favourite food? 5 a Do you like your job? Yes, I do. b Do you like your job? It’s interesting. 6 a There isn’t any students. b There aren’t any students. 7 a There aren’t a volunteer in my country. b There aren’t any volunteers in my country. Vocabulary 1 Jobs Complete the sentences with the correct words. 1 I’m a farmer. I work o . 2 I don’t have a job. I’m un . 3 I work in an o . It’s boring. 4 I’m a waiter. I work in a re . 5 I don’t work. I’m a s at a university. 6 I work in a s . I like my job. 7 I don’t work now. I’m 67 and I’m r .
  23. 23. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 5 UNIT5 Work  Play Vocabulary 2A Sports (1) Write the correct sport next to each picture. American football    dancing    golf    judo motorbike racing    tennis 1 2 3 4 5 6 Vocabulary 2B Sports (2) Put the words in the box in the correct column. American football    motorbike racing    basketball cricket    judo    running    golf    ski-jumping    tennis swimming Sports with a ball Sports – no ball Vocabulary 3 Review Underline the different word in each group. Read the categories to help you. 1 sports: table tennis retired running 2 where people work: judo at home in a shop 3 sports – no ball: capoeira dancing football 4 where people work: unemployed outdoors in an office 5 sports with a ball: golf swimming cricket 6 where people work: office restaurant student Pronunciation Like Listen. Underline the number of words you can hear. a 3     4     5 b 3     4     5 c 3     4     5 d 3     4     5 e 3     4     5 f 3     4     5
  24. 24. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 5 UNIT5 Work  Play Listening 1 Describing jobs Listen. Underline the correct names. Greg Sonya 1 Greg / Sonya works for VSO. 2 Greg / Sonya doesn’t like his/her job. 3 Greg / Sonya works outdoors. 4 A lot of Greg’s / Sonya’s friends are unemployed. 5 Greg’s / Sonya’s work isn’t easy. 6 Greg / Sonya works in a quiet place. 7 Greg / Sonya works with friendly people. Listening 2 Do you like …? Listen. Match speakers 1–5 to their favourite sport a–e. Speaker 1 Speaker 2 Speaker 3 Speaker 4 Speaker 5 a b c d e
  25. 25. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 5 UNIT5 Work  Play Reading A sport for everyone 1 Find ten sports. B J S W I M M I N G R U N N I N G B R I G D A E V O G O L F E O S H G S E D I O I D T I O K P L Y O Y W E C R I C K E T M S N U Q I J S Z B D A N C I N G E O A O X I F L G I R A L B A S K E T B A L L 2 Read A sport for everyone. Are the sentences true (T ) or false (F )? 1 There aren’t lots of sports at the club. T / F 2 There is tennis and football. T / F 3 There aren’t any ball games. T / F 4 There aren’t any dance classes. T / F 5 Capoeira is boring. T / F 6 Capoeira is from Brazil. T / F 3 Complete the sentences with the correct word. 1 Do you swimming? 2 No, I . 3 Which sports popular in your country? 4 is your favourite sport? 5 My sport is tennis. A sport for everyone Do you like sports? Do you want to keep fit? Join your local sports club. There are many sports to choose from. There is basketball and tennis – great fun and there are lots of people to play with. Don’t like ball games? Don’t worry. There is swimming and running. Do you like dancing? There are dance classes every day and also the interesting sport of capoeira from Brazil. To join phone: 0800 0794653 or email: sport4all@virgin.net
  26. 26. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 5 UNIT5 Work  Play Writing Your favourite sport Reading 1 Read about Maria and George’s favourite things. Complete the table. Maria My favourite sport is tennis. It’s easy and fun. My favourite food is Chinese – in England Chinese restaurants are cheap and the people are friendly. My favourite type of music is classical. George My favourite food is Italian. There’s a big Italian restaurant near my house. It isn’t expensive and the food is good. My favourite type of music is opera – it’s interesting. My favourite sport is football. I like ball games. Favourite … Maria George sport music food 2 Read the texts again. Complete the sentences. 1 favourite food is Chinese. 2 The Italian restaurant is . 3 Chinese food is in England. 4 George’s type of music is opera. 5 For Maria tennis is easy and . 6 favourite sport is football. Language focus 3 Put the words in the correct order. 1 favourite / Indian / my / is / food 2 tennis / I / like 3 type / favourite / of / my / music / Italian / is 4 restaurant / my / is / expensive / favourite 5 favourite / what’s / film? / your Preparing to write 4 Write a list of your favourite things (food, sport, music). Write adjectives to describe them.
  27. 27. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 5 UNIT5 Work  Play Writing Write a paragraph about your favourite things. Useful expressions • My favourite sport / music/ food is … • I like … • It’s easy / difficult / fun / interesting / cheap / expensive. • it isn’t expensive / cheap / difficult.
  28. 28. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 6 UNIT6 Day  Night Grammar 1A Present simple (1) Underline the correct form of the verb. 1 I have / has breakfast at seven o’clock. 2 She start / starts work at half past eight. 3 What time do you go / goes to work? 4 He go / goes to the gym every day. 5 We have / has coffee at ten o’clock. 6 Mark finish / finishes work at three o’clock. 7 Ana go / goes home at half past seven. 8 They have / has dinner at nine o’clock. Grammar 1B Present simple (2) Complete the text with the verbs in the box. finish    finishes    go    goes    has    have    start starts My name is Eric and I work in an office. I (1) breakfast at half past six in the morning. I (2) work at eight o’clock. I usually (3) work at three o’clock and then (4) to the gym. My brother is called Olaf – he’s a student. He (5) breakfast at about nine o’clock and (6) to college. He (7) college at ten o’clock and he (8) in the afternoon at about four o’clock. Grammar 2 Present simple negative Underline the correct form of the verb. 1 I don’t have / don’t has / doesn’t have a shower in the morning. 2 Emma don’t start / don’t starts / doesn’t start work at eight o’clock. 3 They doesn’t work / don’t work / don’t works at night. 4 We don’t have / don’t has / doesn’t have time to shop in the morning. 5 My sister don’t have / doesn’t have / doesn’t has breakfast. 6 The supermarket don’t close / don’t closes / doesn’t close at night. 7 He don’t work / don’t works / doesn’t work in a call centre. Grammar 3 Review Are these sentences correct or incorrect? 1 I starts work at nine o’clock. correct / incorrect 2 Hannah doesn’t work in an office. correct / incorrect 3 They have lunch at one o’clock. correct / incorrect 4 We doesn’t go to work at night. correct / incorrect 5 You don’t go to the gym. correct / incorrect 6 My sister finishes work at six o’clock. correct / incorrect 7 I goes to bed at a quarter to eleven. correct / incorrect 8 The shop close at five o’clock. correct / incorrect Vocabulary 1A Daily routine / have and go Underline the correct words. 1 In the morning I go / have a shower. 2 Then I go / have breakfast. 3 After breakfast I go / have to work. 4 At one o’clock I go / have lunch. 5 After work I go / have to the gym. 6 Then I go / have home. 7 In the evening I go / have dinner. 8 At ten o’clock I go / have to bed. Vocabulary 1B Daily routine Write the phrases in the box next to the correct pictures. go to bed    go to work    have breakfast    have lunch go to the gym    1 2 3 4 5
  29. 29. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 6 UNIT6 Day  Night Vocabulary 2A Times of day (1) Put the letters in the correct order to spell four times of day. 1 trenoaofn 2 niengve 3 gromnin 4 gtinh Vocabulary 2B Times of day (2) Write the times of day in exercise 2A in the correct time order. 1 2 3 4 Vocabulary 3 The time Match clocks 1–8 to times a–h. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 a a quarter past nine b a quarter to three c five past eleven d half past six e six o’clock f ten past two g twenty five to four h twenty past eight Functional language Giving an opinion Put the words in the box in the correct column. bad    fantastic    good    terrible    great ✚ ✘
  30. 30. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 6 UNIT6 Day  Night Pronunciation The time Listen and tick (✔) the correct time. 1 a    b    2 a    b    3 a    b    4 a    b    5 a    b    6 a    b    7 a    b    Listening 1 The time Listen. Complete the sentences with the times in the box. 1.15    3.20    3.45    5.35    6.30    7.45    8.30 8.50 1 I’m a teacher. I go to work at . 2 A: Excuse me. What’s the time? B: It’s . 3 I’m a taxi driver. I work at night and I usually finish at in the morning. 4 The train leaves at . 5 I’m a student and I start college at . 6 We always stop work and have lunch at . 7 I work in a shop. The shop opens at and closes at . Listening 2 Daily routine Listen. Match sentences 1–6 to times a–f. 1 I have a shower. a 7.00am 2 I start work. b 5.30pm 3 I have breakfast. c 9.00am 4 I finish work. d 6.15pm 5 I have dinner. e 11.00pm 6 I go to bed. f 7.45am
  31. 31. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 6 UNIT6 Day  Night Reading Your body clock 1 Read Ask Dr Harry. Match his answers 1 and 2 to the letters A and B. 1 You and your sister have different body clocks – you have a late body clock, and she has an early body clock. You are both normal! 2 Your son’s body clock is late. This is normal for young people. Tell your son to drink coffee in the morning, and to go to bed early. 2 Read the texts again. Underline the correct name. 1 Sam / Hana has breakfast early in the morning. 2 Hana / Liz has breakfast at 7 o’clock 3 Hana / Liz goes running in the evening. 4 Sam / Liz has a big breakfast. 5 Hana / Liz likes mornings. 6 Sam / Hana goes to bed late. 7 Sam / Hana has a coffee in the evening. 3 Find these words in letters A and B. 1 the opposite of morning: e 2 the opposite of big: s 3 a sport: r 4 food you eat in the morning: b 5 the opposite of brother: s 4 Match the clocks to the activities. 1 Sam has breakfast at … 2 He goes to bed at … 3 Hana goes running at … 4 Liz starts work at … 5 Hana has a coffee at … a b c d e
  32. 32. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 6 UNIT6 Day  Night Ask Dr Harry A My son Sam is 17. In the morning he sleeps very late. He has a shower at 10 o’clock and a big breakfast at 11 o’clock. He doesn’t go to bed early. He drinks coffee at 11 o’clock at night, and goes to bed at 1 o’clock in the morning. I don’t know what to do! Mrs M Smith B My sister Hana goes to bed at 10 o’clock. She likes mornings and she goes running at 6 o’clock. After that she has a small breakfast and a coffee at 7 o’clock and starts work at 8. I don’t like mornings – I have breakfast at 9 o’clock, I start work at 10 o’clock and I go running in the evening. I go to bed late, at 12 o’clock. Why are we different? Liz Glossary body clock (noun) – a ‘clock’ in your body; it controls when you want to sleep, eat, etc.
  33. 33. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 6 UNIT6 Day  Night Writing A day in my life Reading 1 Read the text and answer the question. What’s different about Gregor’s day? My name’s Gregor and I’m a taxi driver. I work in New York and I like my job. My day starts late because I work at night. I have breakfast at six o’clock in the evening. I start work at half past six. I have a coffee at about ten o’clock and then I have lunch at one o’clock in the morning. I finish work at five o’clock in the morning and I go home. After that I have dinner and then I take my children to school. I go to bed at half past nine in the morning. 2 Read the text again. Match activities 1–5 to the times a–e. 1 Gregor has breakfast at a 18.30 2 He finishes work at b 18.00 3 He goes to bed at c 01.00 4 He has lunch at d 05.00 5 He starts work at e 09.30 3 Read the text again and answer the questions. 1 What does Gregor do? 2 Does he like his job? 3 What time does he have a coffee? 4 What does he do after dinner? 5 Does he sleep at night? Language focus 4 Underline the correct word to complete the sentences. 1 Gregor goes / has breakfast at six o’clock. 2 I go / have to work at nine o’clock. 3 We go / have coffee in the morning. 4 Lucy goes / has to the gym after work. 5 He doesn’t go / have dinner at home. 6 What time do you go / have to bed? Preparing to write 5 Complete the sentences about you. 1 I have breakfast at . 2 I go to work / school at . 3 I start work / school at . 4 I have lunch at . 5 I go home at . 6 I have dinner at . 7 I go to bed at .
  34. 34. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 7Unit 6 UNIT6 Day  Night Writing Write a paragraph about a day in your life. Useful phrases • start / finish work at … • at six o’clock / half past seven I … • in the morning / afternoon / evening … • at night … • I get up at … and then I … • After that, I …
  35. 35. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 7 UNIT7 Places  People Grammar 1A Question words (1) Underline the correct question words. 1 What / When is the name of the site? 2 What / When is a good time to visit? 3 How much / When is it? 4 What / When is it open? 5 When / Where is it? 6 What / When are the main attractions? Grammar 1B Question words (2) Match questions 1–6 to answers a–f. 1 What is the name of the site? 2 Where is it? 3 How much is it? 4 When is it open? 5 When is a good time to visit? 6 What are the main attractions? a It is busy in the summer. Spring is a good season to go there. b Every day from 9.00am to 5.00pm. c Chichen Itza. d The Kukulkan Pyramid, the Temple of the Warriors. There is also a tourist market. e It’s 98 pesos. f On the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. Grammar 2A Present simple questions (1) Put the words in the correct order. 1 do work? Where they 2 does to bed? When go he 3 she work? does time start What 4 with? you Who live do 5 breakfast? sister your When have does 6 English? you Where study do 7 work he does with? Who 8 open? it does What time Grammar 2B Present simple questions (2) Write the question for the answers. 1 I live with my parents. 2 She has breakfast at half past seven in the morning. 3 I work in a small café in the national park. 4 He’s a tour guide in Madrid. 5 I work with three colleagues in a small office. 6 She plays the guitar and goes swimming in her free time.
  36. 36. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 7 UNIT7 Places  People Grammar 3 Review Are these sentences correct or incorrect? 1 Where do you work? correct / incorrect 2 What is it open? correct / incorrect 3 Who does she work with? correct / incorrect 4 What does the name of the place? correct / incorrect 5 What time do you go to work? correct / incorrect 6 When does you have breakfast? correct / incorrect 7 What does the main attractions? correct / incorrect 8 How much is it? correct / incorrect Vocabulary 1A Places in nature (1) Put the letters in the correct order to spell places in nature. 1 deetrs 2 vreir 3 dslina 4 leka 5 steofr 6 nuantiom 7 lintaoan krap Vocabulary 1B Places in nature (2) Write the words in the box under the pictures. desert    forest    island    lake    mountain    river 1 2 3 4 5 6   Vocabulary 2A People you know (1) Put the words in the box in the correct column. boss    classmate    colleague    flatmate    friend girlfriend/boyfriend    neighbour    teacher study work personal life Vocabulary 2B People you know (2) Complete the sentences with the correct word. 1 I’m a student. These are my c . 2 I work in an office. My b is very friendly. 3 Sam lives in a flat. He doesn’t know his n . 4 This is Magda. She’s my g . 5 Fred and Oscar are f . They live together. 6 I study French. This is my t . She’s from Paris. 7 After work Ravi goes out for a drink with his c .
  37. 37. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 7 UNIT7 Places  People Listening 1 UNESCO World Heritage Sites Listen. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? 1 The name of the site is the Wet Tropics. T / F 2 It’s in the north west of Australia. T / F 3 It’s $3 a day. T / F 4 It’s open every day. T / F 5 You can’t walk in the park, because there are dangerous animals. T / F 6 You can visit a big waterfall. T / F 7 It’s good to go in the dry season. T / F 8 It isn’t very hot in the wet season. T / F Listening 2 A tour guide Listen. Tick (✔) the questions Matt answers. 1 What’s your name? 2 Where do you live? 3 Where do you work? 4 What time do you have breakfast? 5 What do you do? 6 Who do you work with? 7 When do you work? 8 What do you do in your free time?
  38. 38. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 7 UNIT7 Places  People Reading Three World Heritage sites 1 Read Three World Heritage sites. Match the photos to two of the descriptions. 1 2 2 Read the text again and answer the questions. 1 Which site isn’t on land? 2 What is the Tokaj area famous for? 3 Where is Timbuktu? 4 What are the main attractions of the Great Barrier Reef? 5 Where is the Tokaj area? 6 How many people live in Timbuktu? Three World Heritage sites A Great Barrier Reef, Australia This World Heritage site is in the sea, not on land. There are 1,500 different types of fish and also turtles and sharks. Lots of tourists go diving there every year. B Tokaj area, Hungary This place is in the north-east of the country, about 200 km from the capital city – Budapest. The area is famous for its sweet wine. There are lots of old farms, villages and small towns. C Timbuktu, Africa This is an old city in Africa. It is famous for its university. It is a long way from other places near the desert and is difficult to get to. Today the population of the city is about 30,000. 3 Find these words and phrases in the texts. 1 animals with four legs that live in the sea (noun) 2 these people are on holiday (noun) 3 you swim under water in this sport (noun) 4 people grow food and keep animals here (noun) 5 students learn in this place (noun) 6 this is a very dry place – nothing grows here (noun) 7 the number of people in a place (noun)
  39. 39. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 7 UNIT7 Places  People Writing Describing people Reading 1 Read the text. Who is it about? a a neighbour b a flatmate c a colleague This is Michelle my friend. She’s a nurse and we work at the hospital in my town. She’s from New Zealand but she lives in London. She lives with her boyfriend, he’s a teacher. She starts work at seven o’clock in the morning and finishes at three o’clock in the afternoon. Sometimes she works at the weekend. In her free time she goes swimming, goes to the cinema or she dances. Language focus 2 Complete the questions with the words in the box. Who    Where    Where    When    What time    What    What 1 does Michelle work? 2 does she do? 3 is she from? 4 does she live with? 5 does she start work? 6 does she finish? 7 does she do in her free time? 3 Read the text again and answer the questions in exercise 2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Preparing to write 4 Think of someone you know. Answer the questions about them. 1 Where does he/she work? 2 What does he/she do? 3 Where is he/she from? 4 Who does he/she live with? 5 When does he/she start work? 6 What does he/she do in her free time?
  40. 40. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 7 UNIT7 Places  People Writing Write about the person in exercise 4. Useful phrases • This is … • He / She is … • He / She is from … • He / She works at … • He / She lives with … • In his / her free time he / she ...
  41. 41. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 8 UNIT8 In  Out Grammar 1A Adverbs of frequency (1) Match the adverbs of frequency 1–4 to the percentages a–d. 1 usually a 100% 2 never b 65% 3 always c 30% 4 sometimes d 0% Grammar 1B Adverbs of frequency (2) Put the words in the correct order to make sentences and questions. 1 always / Sam / Friday nights. / on / goes out 2 fast food / I / eat / for lunch. / usually 3 the weekend? / you / Do / at / always / go out 4 is / Jurgen / late / sometimes / for class. 5 never / the theatre. / goes / Lucy / to 6 eat / We / sometimes / Chinese food. 7 Ben / does / to the gym / go / usually / the evening? / in 8 on / at home / they / Sunday night. / are / always Grammar 2 Review Put the adverbs of frequency in the correct position in the sentences. 1 I eat Chinese food on Fridays. (always) 2 Do you go to the cinema on Saturday evening? (usually) 3 She goes out Saturday night. (every) 4 We have lunch at home. (sometimes) 5 I eat meat. (never) 6 Linda is on time for her salsa class. (always) 7 He drinks coffee in the morning. (sometimes) 8 She eats chicken for dinner Monday. (every)
  42. 42. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 8 UNIT8 In  Out Vocabulary 1A Food (1) Complete the puzzle. 1 2 3 4 T 5 6 7 Across 1 4 5 7 Down 2 3 5 6 Vocabulary 1B Food (2) Put the words in the box in the correct column. cakes    vegetables    juice    coffee    meat    tea ice cream    rice    water    potatoes    fruit main drinks dessert Vocabulary 2A Days of the week (1) Complete the days of the week with the missing vowels (a, e, i, o, u). 1 M nd y 2 Fr d y 3 S t rd y 4 S nd y 5 Th rsd y 6 T sd y 7 W dn sd y Vocabulary 2B Days of the week (2) Put the days of the week in the correct order. Friday    Monday    Saturday    Sunday    Thursday Tuesday    Wednesday 1 Monday 2 3 4 5 6 7
  43. 43. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 8 UNIT8 In  Out Vocabulary 3 Extend your vocabulary: classes Match words and phrases 1–5 to the correct class a–e. 1 Chinese a music class 2 web design b language class 3 food and drink c cookery class 4 painting d computer class 5 piano e art class Functional language Offering Put the words in the correct order. 1 eat? / something / you / Would / like / to 2 orange juice? / Do / any / have / you 3 are. / Here / you 4 cake. / It’s / type / a / of 5 some? / Would / to try / like / you Pronunciation Days of the week Listen. Tick (✔) the word with the correct stress. 1 Monday Monday 2 Tuesday Tuesday 3 Wednesday Wednesday 4 Thursday Thursday 5 Friday Friday 6 Saturday Saturday 7 Sunday Sunday Listening 1A Food and drink (1) Listen. Who talks about the food and drink in the box? Put the words in the correct column. cakes    eggs    fish    fruit    juice    meat    pasta tea    vegetables    coffee Speaker 1: man Speaker 2: woman Listening 1B Food and drink (2) Listen. Are the sentences true (T ) or false (F )? 1 The man often has eggs and bacon for breakfast. T / F 2 He drinks tea at lunchtime. T / F 3 His big meal is dinner. T / F 4 He always has potatoes for dinner. T / F 5 He never has dessert. T / F 6 The woman sometimes has a cup of coffee at breakfast. T / F 7 The man and the woman have a sandwich for lunch. T / F 8 For dinner the woman usually eats meat or fish. T / F 9 She never eats cake. T / F
  44. 44. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 8 UNIT8 In  Out Reading Three restaurants 1 Read Three restaurants. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? 1 The Lime Tree looks very good. T / F 2 You don’t eat pasta at Giuseppe’s. T / F 3 A main course is £60 at My Plaice. T / F 4 On Mondays, My Plaice is open until 11 o’clock. T / F 5 The Lime Tree isn’t very busy at the weekend. T / F 6 The pizzas are cheap at Giuseppe’s. T / F 2 Read the text again and answer the questions. 1 Which restaurant doesn’t cook meat? 2 How much is a meal for two people at My Plaice? 3 Is The Lime Tree busy on Fridays? 4 What is the name of the Italian restaurant? 5 What food do you eat at My Plaice? 6 When is Giuseppe’s busy? 3 Put the letters in the correct order to spell words from the text. 1 scldiieuo 2 tema 3 psxeevien 4 sbuy 5 nlhcu 6 phace Three restaurants The Lime Tree This restaurant doesn’t look very good, but the food is delicious. Go there during the week – Monday or Tuesday. At the end of the week and at the weekend it’s really busy. They don’t cook meat or fish. My Plaice This is a fish restaurant by the sea, so you know the fish is very good. It is a bit expensive – a main course is about £20. So a meal for two people is about £60–£70 – but the food is delicious. It is open until 11 o’clock during the week and until 12 o’clock on Saturday. Giuseppe’s This is a very busy, friendly Italian restaurant. They have really good pasta. The pizzas are really big and cheap – they are about £5. It’s busy at lunch because it’s near lots of offices.
  45. 45. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 8 UNIT8 In  Out Writing A great restaurant Reading 1 Read the text and tick (✔) the food Natasha talks about.          I love food and I always go to restaurants with my friends at the weekend. I usually like to eat Chinese food, sometimes Indian and sometimes I try something new. There’s a great Japanese restaurant near my house. They have fantastic sushi. Sushi is rice and fish, but the fish isn’t cooked – I love it. The people in the restaurant are really friendly and it’s a good place to eat. Natasha 2 Read the text again. Are the sentences true (T ) or false (F )? 1 Natasha doesn’t like food. T / F 2 She likes eating lots of different food. T / F 3 She lives near a Japanese restaurant. T / F 4 She doesn’t like fish. T / F 5 She doesn’t like the people in the restaurant. T / F 3 Add words from the text to the table below. Nationalities Adjectives Adverbs of frequency Chinese fantastic always 4 Match 1–6 to a–f to make phrases. 1 I love a to eat. 2 I usually go b to an Italian 3 My favourite food restaurant. 4 There’s a nice Spanish restaurant c Tapas. 5 They have great d is pizza. 6 It’s a great place e in my town. f restaurants. Preparing to write 5 Answer these questions about eating out. 1 Do you like eating out? 2 How often do you go out to eat? 3 Where do you go? 4 Do you have a favourite restaurant? 5 Why do you like it? 6 What is your favourite food?
  46. 46. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 8 UNIT8 In  Out Writing Write about a restaurant you like. Useful phrases • I always / usually / sometimes / never • I like … • There’s a … • I sometimes go there … • The food is … • It’s great / fantastic / good.
  47. 47. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 9 UNIT9 Here  There Grammar 1A Prepositions of place (1) Look at the picture. Underline the correct prepositions. 1 The sofa is in / next to / under the room. 2 The cushions are in / on / under the sofa. 3 The lamp is in / on / next to the TV. 4 The TV is in / on / under the window. 5 The cups are in / on / next to the coffee table. Grammar 1B Prepositions of place (2) Look at the picture. Are the sentences true (T ) or false (F)? 1 The lamp is next to the window. T / F 2 The bag is under the bed. T / F 3 The pictures are in the wall. T / F 4 The flowers are in the vase. T / F 5 The table is on the lamp. T / F 6 The table is under the bed. T / F Grammar 2 Imperatives Complete the sentences with the verbs in the box. Don’t forget    Go    Have    Rent    Take    Visit 1 a bike. It’s a good way to get around the city. 2 lunch at one of the fantastic restaurants. 3 shopping in the open-air market. 4 to take your camera. 5 the park on Margaret Island. 6 the bus to the museum. Vocabulary 1A Rooms and furniture (1) Put the headings in the box in the correct column. bathroom    bedroom    kitchen    living room 1 2 3 4 TV sofa bookshelf fridge cooker sink lamp bed shower toilet washbasin
  48. 48. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 9 UNIT9 Here  There Vocabulary 1B Rooms and furniture (2) Write the words in the box under the correct pictures. armchair    bookshelf    fridge    lamp    bath    table 1 2 3 4 5 6 Vocabulary 2 Types of transport Match pictures 1–6 to the types of transport a–f. 1 2 3 4 5 6 a by bike b by bus c by car d by plane e by train f on foot Vocabulary 3 Review Underline the different word in each group. 1 kitchen bedroom sink 2 plane wardrobe bike 3 armchair fridge cooker 4 washbasin bookshelf train 5 bathroom lamp chair 6 car foot bus
  49. 49. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 9 UNIT9 Here  There Functional language Making recommendations Put the words in the correct order. 1 the / Visit / mountain. / fantastic. / It’s 2 the view. / Look / at / really / It’s / beautiful. 3 the park. / Eat / the restaurant / in / at / delicious. / food / The / is 4 Don’t forget / Robben Island. / to visit / interesting. / very / It’s 5 in / shopping / Go / the market. / isn’t / It / expensive. Pronunciation Sentence stress Listen. Underline the stressed word in the phrases. 1 have lunch 2 go shopping 3 visit a museum 4 rent a bike 5 take a train Listening Describing a house Listen and underline the correct words. 1 There are four / five rooms in the house. 2 There are three / two bedrooms. 3 The bathroom / living room is next to the bedroom. 4 There is / isn’t a shower in the bathroom. 5 There’s a view of the beach from the bedroom / living room window. 6 There’s a lamp on the table / bookshelf. 7 There are three / four armchairs in the living room.
  50. 50. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 9 UNIT9 Here  There Reading A place to live 1 Put the letters in the correct order to spell rooms in a house. 1 itchnek 2 thormabo 3 moredob 4 glivni omor 2 Read A place to live and look at the picture. Who lives in this house? 1 Angus 2 Yotimo 3 Read the text again and underline the correct name. 1 Yotimo / Angus doesn’t live with anybody. 2 Yotimo / Angus lives near other people. 3 Yotimo’s / Angus’ house has only three rooms. 4 Yotimo’s / Angus’ house doesn’t have a living room. 5 Yotimo / Angus doesn’t live in the mountains. 6 Yotimo / Angus likes living in his house. 4 Complete the sentences with two or three words. 1 It’s where Yotimo and Kirima live. 2 Iqaluit is a . 3 Their favourite room in the house is . 4 Yotimo thinks the . 5 Angus lives in . 6 His house doesn’t have . 7 He washes . 8 It’s cold . A place to live Yotimo and his wife Kirima live in Canada and it’s very cold. They live in a small city called Iqaluit in a house near the sea. There’s a kitchen, two bedrooms and a bathroom. There’s a stove in the kitchen so the house is very warm. There’s a big table and six chairs in the kitchen. It’s their favourite room in the house. Yotimo doesn’t like living there because the weather is terrible. Angus lives alone in a cottage in the mountains of Scotland. There aren’t a lot of people where he lives. The cottage is small. There’s one bedroom, a living room, a small kitchen but no bathroom. He washes in the river next to the house. In the winter it’s cold. He loves living there because he likes nature. Glossary stove (noun) – an object that provides heat for a room
  51. 51. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 9 UNIT9 Here  There Writing My favourite room Vocabulary 1 Put the letters in the correct order to make words for things in houses. 1 ofas 2 grefid 3 lateb 4 nksi 5 archi 6 rockeo Reading 2 Read the text. Tick (✔) the correct picture. It’s my favourite room in the house. It’s warm and I like to sit in it. There is a small table and a lamp. There are two big sofas and there are some bookshelves in the corner, but there isn’t a TV. 1 2 3 Read the text again and answer the questions. 1 Why does the writer like the room? 2 How many sofas are there? 3 Where are the bookshelves? 4 Is there a table in the room? 5 Is there a TV in the room? Language focus 4 Look at picture 1 and complete the text. Use the verb be and prepositions of place. It’s my favourite room in the house. There (1) a small table and there (2) two chairs. There’s a cooker and there is a TV (3) the corner. There is a sink (4) the window and there is a clock (5) the wall. There (6) a sofa. 5 Match the questions and answers. 1 What is your favourite room in your house? 2 Why do you like it? 3 What furniture is there in the room? 4 Where is the furniture? a It has a nice big sofa and I like to relax there. b The bookcase is next to the TV and the two chairs are next to the sofa. c My living room. d There’s a TV, a bookcase, two chairs and a sofa. Preparing to write 6 Answer the questions. 1 What is your favourite room in your house? 2 Why do you like it? 3 What furniture is there in the room? 4 Where is the furniture?
  52. 52. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 9 UNIT9 Here  There Writing Write about your favourite room. Useful phrases • My favourite room is … • I like it because … • There is / are … • The ... are in / on / under / next to ...
  53. 53. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 10 Ancient  Modern Grammar 1A Was / were (1) Underline was or were. 1 The Sumerian civilisation was / were in modern-day Iraq. 2 The Sumerians was / were great architects and built small temples. 3 They was / were the first people to use writing. 4 Uruk was / were the main city. 5 The typical food was / were fish and wheat. 6 There was / were twelve months in the Sumerian year. 7 The calendar was / were lunar (used the moon). Grammar 1B Was / were (2) Complete the text with was or were. Cuzco (1) an important city in the Inca Empire and is now a UNESCO world heritage site. It (2) the capital of the Inca Empire and there (3) many important temples and beautiful buildings. The most important person (4) the Sapa Inca. He (5) the king of the Incas. In the 400 years of the empire there (6) only 14 kings. Grammar 2 Was / were positive, negatives and questions Underline the correct words. A: Where (1) was / were you last week? B: I (2) was / were in Rome. A: (3) Was / Were you on holiday? B: No, I (4) wasn’t / weren’t. I (5) was / were on a business trip. A: (6) Was / Were your boss there with you? B: No, she (7) wasn’t / weren’t. A: (8) Was / Were there any problems? B: No, there (9) wasn’t / weren’t. (10) It was / were a great trip. Grammar 3 Review Are the sentences correct or incorrect? 1 Was the weather good? correct / incorrect 2 The traffic were terrible. correct / incorrect 3 Was you with your family? correct / incorrect 4 They were there in the afternoon. correct / incorrect 5 No, I wasn’t. correct / incorrect 6 Were there any problems? correct / incorrect 7 Yes, she were. correct / incorrect 8 It weren’t cheap. correct / incorrect Vocabulary 1A Adjectives (1) Complete the words. 1 This food is de . Can I have some more? 2 The weather was wo . It was sunny every day. 3 The traffic was really a . There were lots of cars. 4 The people were very fr . It was really nice. 5 The pyramids were be . It was great to see them. 6 The hotel wasn’t very m , but the rooms were OK. UNIT10
  54. 54. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 10 Ancient  Modern Vocabulary 1B Adjectives (2) Complete the puzzle. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Across 5 A: Look out of the window. Isn’t the view ? B: Yes, it’s wonderful. 6 I can’t sleep. The traffic is really . 7 A: This holiday is . B: Yes, it’s great. Down 1 How much was it? Wow! It was very . 2 I’m sorry I can’t eat this. It’s . 3 A: This food tastes really nice. B: Yes, it’s . 4 There was so much traffic. The streets were really . Pronunciation 1A Word stress (1) Listen. Underline the word with the stress on a different syllable. 1 fantastic expensive busy 2 awful fantastic friendly 3 delicious terrible beautiful 4 cheap noisy cold 5 delicious fantastic terrible 6 awful modern expensive 7 fantastic beautiful friendly Pronunciation 1B Word stress (2) Listen. Put the adjectives in the box in the correct column. awful    beautiful    delicious    expensive    friendly terrible    fantastic    noisy    wonderful Listening 1 Life in the past Listen. Are these sentences true (T ) or false (F )? 1 The Egyptians were good architects. T / F 2 Agriculture wasn’t important to them. T / F 3 Their typical food was fish and vegetables. T / F 4 There was a symbol for the number 10 in ancient Egypt. T / F 5 Animals weren’t important to the Egyptians. T / F 6 Cats were popular pets. T / F Listening 2 Asking about a trip Listen and underline the correct words. 1 Adam / Rachel was in Marrakesh. 2 The shops / palaces were fantastic. 3 The buildings were awful / beautiful. 4 There was / wasn’t a big market. 5 The weather / traffic was awful. 6 The food was / wasn’t very nice. UNIT10
  55. 55. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 10 Ancient  Modern Reading The Vikings 1 Read The Vikings. Tick (✔) the places that Katrina talks about. 1 a Christmas market   2 a temple   3 a museum   4 the typical food for Vikings   5 a hotel   6 the people   2 Find these words in the text. 1 the opposite of boring: 2 another word for fantastic: 3 a place you visit to learn about history: 4 a place with lots of different things to buy: 5 a place where you go for coffee: 3 Read the text again. Are the sentences true (T ) or false (F )? 1 York wasn’t very interesting. T / F 2 There was an amazing museum. T / F 3 There wasn’t a lot of information about the Vikings. T / F 4 The Vikings weren’t from York. T / F 5 The Vikings were important. T / F 6 Katrina wasn’t interested in history before. T / F 7 There wasn’t anything to buy at the Christmas market. T / F The Vikings Hi Luis, On Sunday we were in York. York is in the north of England. It was very cold, but it was very interesting. There was a lot to do there. There is a museum called the Jorvik Viking Centre and it was amazing. In the museum there was lots of information about the Vikings. The Vikings were from modern-day Norway, Sweden and Denmark. Their civilisation was important from AD 800 to 1050. For the Vikings, meat and fish were the most important food. I wasn’t interested in history, but now I am. There was also a Christmas market. There were lots of interesting things to buy and there were cafés with food and drink – it was lovely! See you soon Katrina UNIT10
  56. 56. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 10 Ancient  Modern Writing A holiday postcard Reading 1 Read the postcard and tick (✔) the things Bret writes about. 1 the weather   2 the food   3 historic sites   4 the hotel   5 the people   6 the taxis   7 the traffic   Dear Sue I was on holiday last week in Cape Town, South Africa. Here’s a photo of Cape Town with a view of Table Mountain. The weather was fantastic – it was sunny every day. There were lots of places to visit and lots of things to see. The hotel was OK but there was a lot of traffic, and the taxis were expensive. The food was good – there was a great restaurant at the Waterfront. It wasn’t very big but the food was delicious. Bret 2 Read the postcard again and answer the questions. 1 Where was Bret last week? 2 Was the weather good? 3 What was expensive? 4 Was there a lot of traffic? 5 What was the food like? Language focus 3 Replace nice with an adjective from the box. Change wasn’t to was in 2 and 5. beautiful    cold    delicious    friendly    terrible 1 The food was really nice. 2 The weather wasn’t nice. 3 The taxi drivers were nice. 4 The views from the top of the mountain were nice. 5 The traffic wasn’t very nice. Preparing to write 4 Think about a holiday you were on. Make notes about these things. • the weather • the food • the traffic • the people • the historic sites • the hotel UNIT10
  57. 57. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 10 Ancient  Modern Writing Write a postcard about the holiday. UNIT10 Useful phrases • The weather was … • There were … • The … was / wasn’t … • The … were / weren’t … • busy / noisy / awful / bad / terrible / cold • wonderful / fantastic / delicious / friendly / beautiful
  58. 58. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 11 Life  Times Grammar 1 Past simple – regular Complete the text with the correct form of the verb in brackets. Marie Sklodowska was born on 7 November 1867, in Poland. In 1891 she (1) (move) to Paris and (2) (start) university. She (3) (study) physics and mathematics at the Sorbonne. In 1895 she (4) (marry) Pierre Curie and they (5) (work) together researching radioactivity. Pierre (6) (die) in 1906 but Marie (7) (continue) the research. Marie Curie (8) (die) on 4 July 1934, aged 66. Grammar 2 Past simple – irregular Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb in brackets. 1 Marie Curie (win) two Nobel Prizes. 2 I (speak) to John yesterday. 3 He (get) a new job. 4 We both (go) to university. 5 She (meet) her husband at university. 6 Marie and Pierre Curie (have) two children. Grammar 3 Past simple negative Underline the correct words. 1 In 2008 Hilary Clinton didn’t win / won the US election. 2 My brother didn’t go / went to Australia. 3 The Chinese New Year didn’t started / start on 1 January. 4 He didn’t / not live in London. 5 Nelson Mandela didn’t die / died in 2008. 6 I didn’t saw / see you yesterday. 7 They didn’t get / got married last week. Grammar 4 Review Write the past simple form of the verbs. Some are irregular. 1 go 2 start 3 see 4 write 5 study 6 think 7 work 8 finish 9 meet 10 know Vocabulary 1 Years Listen. Write the years in numbers. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Vocabulary 2 Life events Match words 1–5 to words a–e to make expressions about life events. 1 buy a children 2 get b a house 3 go c work 4 have d married 5 start e to school UNIT11
  59. 59. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 11 Life  Times Vocabulary 3A Dates (1) Put the letters in the correct order to spell months. 1 neju 2 cahmr 3 ilrap 4 sugatu 5 nebmevro 6 rebmespte 7 anjyrua 8 derbecme 9 yfburear 10 coboret Vocabulary 3B Dates (2) Put the months in the box in the correct order. August    December    February    January    September July    June    March    May    November    October April    1 7 2 8 3 9 4 10 5 11 6 12 Vocabulary 4 Dates (3) Listen. Underline the date you hear. a 7th July / 27th July b 5th May / 15th May c 1st April / 3rd April d 8th August / 18th August e 4th February / 14th February f 13th October / 30th October g 3rd March / 13th March Pronunciation Regular past simple Listen. Underline the word in each group with a different -ed ending. 1 died lived visited 2 finished ended started 3 repeated continued elected 4 listened liked worked 5 married started studied 6 lived died worked Listening Life events Listen. Match events 1–5 to the months in 2008. 1 Heath Ledger died. Edmund Hillary died. 2 Chinese Year of the Rat started. 3 India sent ten satellites into space. 4 Michael Phelps won eight gold medals at the Olympics. 5 Barack Obama elected 44th President of the US. a November b January c August d February e April UNIT11
  60. 60. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 11 Life  Times Reading The noughties 1 Read The noughties. Find these words in the text. 1 ten years (noun) 2 an online diary (noun) 3 a top you wear – one part covers your head (noun) 4 a natural disaster (noun) 5 a small computer – you use it for surfing the web and doing email (noun) 2 Read the text again and complete the spidergram. noughties people Usain Bolt Beijing Olympics news clothes objects words 3 Read the text again and answer the questions. 1 When was the writer a teenager? 2 What are the noughties? 3 When was the tsunami? 4 What happened in 2008? 5 What did Barack Obama win in 2009? 6 What did Mandela celebrate in the noughties? 4 Complete the sentences about 2004. Use the past simple of the verbs in the box. join    die    launch    start    win    win 1 The Chinese New Year on 22 January. 2 Ten new countries the European Union. 3 Yasser Arafat at the age of 57. 4 John Kerry didn’t the US election. 5 The UAE its first medal at the Athens Olympics. 6 Brazil its first rocket into space. The noughties My parents were teenagers in the sixties and I was a teenager in the eighties. What was it like to be young in the noughties? The noughties are the years from 2000 to 2009. And here are some of the important things from these years. There were some new words like blog and lol (laughing out loud). There were special objects like the iPhone and Netbook and there were clothes like the hoody and Ugg boots. In the news there was the tsunami in 2004, 9/11 in 2001 and Usain Bolt at the 2008 Beijing Olympics. Finally, Barack Obama became President of the USA in 2008 and in 2009 he won the Nobel Peace Prize. Another Nobel winner, Nelson Mandela, had his 90th birthday in 2009. What a decade! UNIT11
  61. 61. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 11 Life  Times Writing An important year Reading 1 Read the text and put the events in the correct order for Laura. a started new job b daughter was born c got married d moved to new house e went on honeymoon My name is Laura and 2001 was an important year for me. At the start of the year, on 15 January I got married. Then I started a new job in March after I came back from my honeymoon*. We moved into our new house in August and then in November my baby daughter, Mia, was born. She was born at seven thirty-three in the evening on the 22nd . She was wonderful and it made 2001 a perfect year for me. Glossary honeymoon (noun) – a holiday you go on after you get married 2 Read the text again and complete the sentences. 1 Laura’s wedding was in . 2 She started her new job in . 3 Before she started her job she went on . 4 In August she . 5 At 7.33 on 22 November her . Language focus 3 Write the past form of the verbs. 1 make 2 get 3 start 4 meet 5 study 6 be 7 finish 8 come 9 go 4 Complete the sentences with the correct preposition. 1 My son was born 2005. 2 I went on holiday March. 3 Sylvia started her new job 15 September. 4 We left six o’clock. 5 Russell graduated from university 2009. 6 He moved to Australia 1 July. Preparing to write 5 Think of an important year for you. Make some notes about the year. UNIT11
  62. 62. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 11 Life  Times Writing Write a paragraph about your important year. UNIT11 Useful phrases • 2005 was an important year for me because … • At the start of the year I … • Then … • In August I … • On 6 July I …
  63. 63. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 12 Question  Answer Grammar 1 Past simple questions (1) Complete the questions with the words in the box. Did    How    Was    What    Where    Which 1 country did it come from? 2 did it live? 3 it big? 4 did it disappear? 5 did it eat? 6 it sleep at night? Grammar 2A Past simple questions (2) Put the words in the correct order. 1 did Where live? it 2 fly? it did How 3 it What eat? did 4 it did disappear? Why 5 from it did Australia? come 6 from? country Which did it come Grammar 2B Past simple questions (3) Are the sentences correct or incorrect? 1 Where it live? correct / incorrect 2 Did it eat plants? correct / incorrect 3 Which country it came from? correct / incorrect 4 When did it disappeared? correct / incorrect 5 Why did it die? correct / incorrect 6 What did it ate? correct / incorrect Grammar 3 Review Write the questions. 1 ? She went to India. 2 ? She saw some elephants. 3 ? Yes, they were big. 4 ? They ate plants. 5 ? They lived in the national park. 6 ? She went in the rainy season. 7 ? Yes, she did. Vocabulary 1A Animals (1) Write the words in the box under the correct pictures. a bear    a camel    a fox    a frog    a rat    a whale 1 2 3 4 5 6   UNIT12
  64. 64. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 12 Question  Answer Vocabulary 1B Animals (2) Complete the sentences with the animals in the box. bear    camel    fox    frog    rat    whale 1 A lives in the sea. 2 A lives in the forest. 3 A sleeps under a rock. 4 A lives in the desert. 5 A lives near buildings. 6 A lives in a hole underground. Vocabulary 2 Extend your vocabulary – time Underline the correct words. 1 Excuse me! What time / times is it? 2 Did you have a good time / times yesterday? 3 How many time / times did you phone me? 4 I remember the first time / times I met you. 5 I went on holiday three time / times last year. 6 That’s the last time / times I go there! Pronunciation Stress and rhythm Listen. How many words do you hear? Underline the correct number. Question 1 3 4 5 Question 2 3 4 5 Question 3 3 4 5 Question 4 3 4 5 Question 5 3 4 5 Question 6 3 4 5 Question 7 3 4 5 Listening 1 Animals that disappeared Listen and underline the correct words. 1 The moa came from Australia / New Zealand. 2 It was / wasn’t very big. 3 Did it fly? Yes, it did. / No, it didn’t. 4 It lived in the desert / forest on the islands. 5 It ate plants / small animals. 6 It disappeared because the weather changed / people hunted it. 7 It disappeared about a hundred / five hundred years ago. Listening 2 Bruce Parry Listen. Are the sentences true (T ) or false (F )? 1 Bruce Parry didn’t make a programme called Amazon. T / F 2 The journey was very long. T / F 3 On the way he visited different people. T / F 4 He didn’t stay with any of the tribes. T / F 5 He went with a TV production team. T / F 6 The journey took eight weeks. T / F 7 He saw lots of different animals. T / F UNIT12
  65. 65. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 12 Question  Answer Reading Animals that disappeared 1 Match the animals that disappeared to the places. 1 Baiji River Dolphin a Central America 2 Golden Toad b Western Africa 3 Western Black Rhino c China 2 Read Animals that disappeared and check your answers to exercise 1. 3 Use the words to write questions. 1 Where / come from Where did it come from? 2 Where / live 3 What / eat 4 When / disappear 5 Why / disappear 4 Read the text again and complete the table. Golden Toad Western Black Rhino Baiji River Dolphin came from Costa Rica lived ate grass and plants disappeared in disappeared because 5 Read the text again. Are the sentences true (T ) or false (F )? 1 People killed the Western Black Rhino for its horn. T / F 2 We don’t know when they disappeared. T / F 3 The Golden Toad was very small. T / F 4 We know it ate insects. T / F 5 There were 400 Baiji River Dolphins in 1997. T / F 6 People hunted the Baiji River Dolphin. T / F Animals that disappeared Every year another animal disappears from our planet. Here are three animals that disappeared. The Western Black Rhino lived in the forests and plains of Western Africa. It had a very big horn and this is why it disappeared. People hunted the rhino and killed it for its horn. It ate grass and plants and the last one died in 2006. The Golden Toad came from Costa Rica in Central America. It wasn’t very big – about 3 cm long – and it lived in the mountains in the rainforest. It was busy in the day and at night it went to sleep. We don’t know what it ate, but people think it was insects. It disappeared because of global warming. It disappeared in 1989. Finally, the Baiji River Dolphin. This animal lived in the Yangtze River in China and ate small fish. In the 1980s there were about 400 left in the river, but by 1997 there were only 13. We don’t know when the last one died, but we know that many died because of pollution. UNIT12
  66. 66. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 12 Question  Answer Writing A biography 1 Can you match books 1–5 to the writers a–e? 1 The Adventures of Tom Sawyer 2 Alice in Wonderland 3 The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes 4 Pride and Prejudice 5 War and Peace a Arthur Conan Doyle b Jane Austen c Leo Tolstoy d Lewis Carroll e Mark Twain Language focus 2 Put the words in the correct order to make questions. 1 he / was / When / born? 2 was / Where / he / born? 3 in London? / did / do / he / What 4 Sri Lanka? / When / to / move / did / he 5 he / when / How old / was / died? / he 6 in 1968? / win / he / did / What 7 free time? / he / do / did / What / in his Reading 3 Read the biography and answer the questions in exercise 2. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Arthur C. Clarke 1917 – 2008 Arthur C. Clarke was born on 16 December 1917 in Somerset, England. As a young boy he enjoyed looking at the stars. In 1936 he moved to London at the age of 19. He worked in an office and then in the 1940s he joined the Air Force. In 1956 he moved to Sri Lanka and he died there at the age of 90 on 19 March 2008. He wrote many science fiction books and won lots of awards. In 1968 he won an Oscar for the film 2001: A Space Odyssey. In his free time he enjoyed scuba diving and started his own school for diving in Sri Lanka. Preparing to write 4 Think of a famous writer you like. Use the internet to do some research and find answers to the questions in exercise 2. UNIT12
  67. 67. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 12 Question  Answer Writing Write a biography of the writer you chose in exercise 4. UNIT12 Useful phrases • He / She was born on … • He / She was born in … • He / She lived in … • He / She wrote … • He / She died at the age of …
  68. 68. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 13 Business  Pleasure Grammar 1A Present continuous (1) Underline the correct form of the verb. 1 I’m buy / buying a ticket for the train. 2 We are staying / staying in a lovely hotel. 3 I am having / have a great time. 4 I have to go as the train is leave / leaving. 5 I ’m watching / watch the news on TV. 6 You’re work / working a lot at the moment. 7 Eleanor is talking / talk to her boyfriend. Grammar 1B Present continuous (2) Complete the conversation with the correct form of the verb in brackets. A: Hi Sarah. B: Hi Ben. Did you get there OK? A: Yes, we arrived ten minutes ago. I’m (1) (sit) in my room and (2) (relax) for a bit. B: Good idea. Are you tired? A: Yes, a little bit. B: So, you’re (3) (rest). A: Yes, I am. What about the children? B: They’re fine. Joe is (4) (play) on his computer and Kirstie is (5) (read) a book. A: That’s good. B: Yes, but we’re all (6) (miss) you. A: I know. I miss you too. B: Oh! I have to go. A: Why? B: My mobile is (7) (ring). It’s probably my mum – she always calls at this time. A: Bye! Grammar 2 Present continuous negative questions Use the words to write sentences or questions. 1 what / you / do ? 2 I / not / eat / lunch . 3 you / drink / coffee ? 4 who / you / talk to ? 5 she / not / watch / TV . 6 they / not / cook / dinner . 7 he / work / today ? Grammar 3 Review Are these sentences correct or incorrect? 1 I not wearing my coat. correct / incorrect 2 Where are you staying? correct / incorrect 3 I’m waiting for you in the hotel. correct / incorrect 4 What are you have? correct / incorrect 5 She’s sending you an email. correct / incorrect 6 Steve isn’t cooking lunch. correct / incorrect 7 We are take the train. correct / incorrect 8 Are you enjoy yourself? correct / incorrect Vocabulary 1 Numbers over 100 Listen and circle the numbers you hear. 315 968 986 637 501 400 401 492 587 200 112 647 350 UNIT13
  69. 69. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 13 Business  Pleasure Vocabulary 2 Travelling for business Complete the words with the missing letters. 1 s t 2 la f m 3 t m t le 4 s i a e 5 ic t o ic Vocabulary 3 Tourism Match pictures 1–5 to items a–f. 1   2   3   4   5   a a boat trip b a square c a guidebook d a map e a metro station Vocabulary 4 Review Underline the different word in each group. 1 gallery guidebook theatre 2 seat timetable gallery 3 palace platform ticket office 4 theatre museum suitcase 5 single timetable return 6 theatre gallery platform Functional language Buying a ticket Complete the conversation with the words in the box. here    credit    leaves    platform    pay    thank    that tickets    time A: Good morning. What (1) ’s the next train to London? B: The first train (2) at half past seven. A: OK, is there a later one? B: Yes, there’s one at eight o’clock. A: Good. Can I have two return (3) for the eight o’clock train? B: Certainly. How do you want to (4) A: (5) card, please. B: (6) ’s £52, please. Thank you. (7) you are. A: (8) you, goodbye. Oh, which (9) is it? B: Platform 2, madam. UNIT13
  70. 70. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 13 Business  Pleasure Pronunciation Intonation in questions Listen to the questions. Does the intonation go up or down at the end of the question? Tick (✔) up or down. up down 1 What are you doing? 2 Are you eating lunch? 3 Is she wearing a coat? 4 Where are you staying? 5 Are you having a good time? 6 When are they leaving? Listening On the train Listen. Complete the sentences with the numbers in the box. There are two numbers you don’t need. 6.40    13    16.40    125    135    148    300    615 1 A: How long does the journey take? B: It takes minutes. Just over two hours. 2 A: Two return tickets to Glasgow, please. B: That’s £ , please. 3 A: What time does the next train leave? B: It leaves at . 4 A: How fast are we travelling? B: At about kilometres per hour. 5 A: What platform does the train to London leave from? B: Platform . 6 A: How many passengers are there on the train? B: There are passengers on the train today. UNIT13
  71. 71. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 13 Business  Pleasure Reading Moscow – a wonderful city 1 Read Moscow – a wonderful city. Match topics a–d to paragraphs 1–4. 1 Paragraph 1 a shopping 2 Paragraph 2 b places to visit 3 Paragraph 3 c getting around 4 Paragraph 4 d eating out 2 Find these words and phrases in the text. 1 something you can see at a theatre (noun) 2 to walk (verb phrase) 3 the cream, fruit, etc that goes in a cake or other food (noun) 4 things that you buy on holiday (noun) 5 fantastic (adjective) 3 Read the text again and answer the questions. 1 Where is Red Square? 2 What can you see there? 3 Where is a good place to go in the evening? 4 When does the metro close? 5 How much are two tickets? 6 Are restaurants in Moscow expensive? 7 Does the writer like blinchiki? 8 What can you do in Old Arbat Street? Moscow – a wonderful city There are lots of interesting places in Moscow. The first place is Red Square, in the centre of the city. Here you can see St Basil’s Cathedral and the Lenin Mausoleum. Then there’s Gorky Park – lots of the local people go there. In the evening, try to watch a show at the world-famous Bolshoi Theatre. It’s a good idea to use the metro, but in the centre you can go on foot. It’s not difficult to find your way and it is open from five thirty in the morning until 1.00am. Tickets are about 25 roubles. There are lots of different restaurants, but sometimes they are expensive. Try blinchiki, a type of pancake with different fillings – they’re delicious. Do you want to buy some souvenirs to take home? One place to go is Old Arbat Street – there are lots of souvenirs, but they’re expensive. There are also big modern malls and you can go to the famous GUM store, near Red Square, with its amazing architecture. Have a good trip! UNIT13
  72. 72. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 13 Business  Pleasure Writing An email to a friend Reading 1 Read the email. What is it about? a a new job b a business trip c a holiday Hi Annika, I’m having a good time here in New York. The shops are great and they aren’t very expensive. The weather is terrible – it’s cold and there’s snow but I don’t mind. I’m staying in a small hotel in Greenwich Village. Yesterday I went to Times Square, it was amazing. At the moment I’m sitting in an Internet café drinking a cup of coffee and checking my emails. What about you? Are you enjoying your new job? Love Sabine 2 Read the email again and match items 1–6 to descriptions a–f. 1 the shops a It is amazing. 2 the prices b They aren’t expensive. 3 the weather c It is cold. 4 the temperature d They are great. 5 the hotel e It is small. 6 Times Square f It is terrible. 3 Read the email again and answer the questions. 1 Does Sabine think the shops are expensive? 2 What’s the weather like? 3 Where is Sabine staying? 4 Where is she sitting? 5 What is she doing now? Getting information 4 Match questions 1–6 about Beijing to answers a–f. 1 What’s the weather like? 2 What can you see there? 3 What’s the food like? 4 What’s the city like? 5 Are there lots of tourists? 6 What’s the hotel like? a It’s big and the traffic is terrible. b It’s modern and it’s in the centre of the city. c It’s nice. You can eat lots of rice and vegetables and drink green tea. d It’s very cold in winter and hot in summer. e The Olympic ‘Bird’s Nest’ stadium and the Forbidden City. f Yes, there are. There are lots of Americans and Europeans. Preparing to write 5 Look at the information about Beijing in exercise 4. Imagine you are on holiday in another city. Make notes. UNIT13
  73. 73. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 6Unit 13 Business  Pleasure Writing Write an email to a friend about your holiday. UNIT13 Useful phrases • I’m having a great / good time here … • I’m not enjoying … • The weather is … • Yesterday I … • Today I’m … • At the moment I’m …
  74. 74. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 1Unit 14 Arts  Technology Grammar 1 Describing nouns Put the words in the correct order. 1 painting? / this / like / Do / old / you 2 are / in / There / New York. / street / lots of / paintings 3 artist. / Banksy / a / is / popular / street / very 4 are / paintings / very / These / interesting. 5 interesting / see / can / paintings. / You / very 6 cave / old. / are / paintings / These Grammar 2A can (1) Underline can or can’t. I have a fantastic new mobile phone, it (1) can / can’t do almost anything. I (2) can / can’t take photos with it and they are quite good. I (3) can / can’t connect to the Internet and it doesn’t cost very much. There are some things I (4) can / can’t do with it. For example, it (5) can / can’t do my English homework, but it (6) can / can’t help me as it has a mini-dictionary on it. Oh, it (7) can / can’t make coffee! So when the alarm goes off in the morning I still have to get up to make myself a drink. Grammar 2B can (2) Complete the sentences and questions with can or can’t. 1 you speak English? (?) 2 I play the guitar. (-) 3 My sister cook. (+) 4 you take photos with your phone? (?) 5 My brother ride a bike. (-) 6 They send text messages. (-) 7 you use this webcam? (?) 8 I swim really well. (+) Grammar 3 My favourite Underline the correct phrases. 1 My favourite / One of my favourite type of music is rock music. 2 My favourite / One of my favourite gadget is my mp3 player. 3 My favourite / One of my favourite gadgets is my new mobile phone. 4 My favourite / One of my favourite film is Titanic. 5 My favourite / One of my favourite paintings is Guernica. 6 My favourite / One of my favourite cities is Paris – it’s so beautiful. 7 My favourite / One of my favourite sport is tennis. Vocabulary 1 Colours Put the letters in the correct order to spell colours. 1 dre 2 loweyl 3 egren 4 greano 5 lube 6 clabk 7 lurpep 8 thewi 9 yrge Vocabulary 2 Technology Complete the parts of a laptop computer. 1 l 2 s 3 k 4 w 5 D UNIT14
  75. 75. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 2Unit 14 Arts  Technology Vocabulary 3 Gadgets Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)? 1 You can play games on a computer. T / F 2 You put food in an mp3 player. T / F 3 You talk to people on a mobile phone. T / F 4 You take photos with a watch. T / F 5 You use a food processor to get directions. T / F 6 You use a camera to take photos. T / F Pronunciation can / can’t Listen. Complete the sentences with can or can’t. 1 You talk on a mobile phone here. 2 You listen to music on my mp3 player. 3 I speak French very well. 4 My husband use his new laptop. 5 Boris play table tennis really well. 6 Students download English exercises from this website. Listening Favourite things Listen. Underline the thing each person is talking about. Speaker 1 a computer a painting a mobile phone Speaker 2 a camera a DVD drive a mobile phone Speaker 3 a camera a painting a computer Speaker 4 a laptop an mp3 player a phone Speaker 5 a laptop a mobile phone a webcam Speaker 6 a camera a mobile phone a webcam UNIT14
  76. 76. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 3Unit 14 Arts  Technology Reading Gadgets 1 Read Gadgets quickly. Tick (✔) two gadgets that are in the text. 1   2   3   4   5   2 Which gadget doesn’t have a picture? 3 Read the text again and complete the sentences with the correct name. 1 always has it with him/her. 2 uses it in the kitchen. 3 got it as a present. 4 keeps in touch with people using it. 5 doesn’t take it out all the time. 6 uses it because it’s quick. 4 Read the text again and answer the questions. 1 What does Mike do with his Blackberry? 2 What does Amy get from the Internet? 3 Why doesn’t she take her mp3 player with her when she goes to school? 4 Why is Shobana tired at the end of the day? 5 Why does she like her food processor? Gadgets We all now have a lot of gadgets. There are gadgets in the house, in the kitchen, living room, in fact every room. People have gadgets in their cars, in their bags and at work and school. Read what three people said about their favourite gadget. Mike, 24 My favourite gadget is my mobile phone, actually it’s a Blackberry. I always take it with me when I go out. I can do lots of things with it, make phone calls, check my email, go on the Internet and keep a diary so I know what I’m doing every day. It’s so useful. Amy, 14 I love my mp3 player. My father bought it for my birthday and I have all my favourite songs on it. I can download new songs from the Internet – it is quite cheap. I don’t take it with me when I go to school because I don’t want to lose it. Shobana, 31 My favourite gadget is my food processor. I always cook for my family and I have three children and my husband. Also, I work in the day and when I get home I’m tired and want to rest. The food processor is quick and it helps me make nice food. UNIT14
  77. 77. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 4Unit 14 Arts  Technology Writing Describing a picture 1 2 3 Reading 1 Read the description. Tick (✔) the correct picture. This is a picture from a children’s book – it was one of my favourite books when I was a child. There are three children in the picture and they are making a bear out of snow. The children are wearing coats and hats. There are two trees in the picture. I like it because it looks cold, but the children are having fun. 2 Read the description again. Are the sentences true (T ) or false (F )? 1 The writer doesn’t like the picture. T / F 2 There’s a house in the picture. T / F 3 The children are wearing lots of clothes. T / F 4 They are making a snowman. T / F 5 It is from a textbook. T / F 6 There are some trees in the picture. T / F 3 Match the sentences to the other two pictures. 1 There are six people in the picture. I think they are girls. 2 There are five people in the picture. 3 They’re sitting by a river. 4 It looks like there’s a small village – there are two or three buildings in the picture. 5 It looks like a family – there are parents and three children. 6 There’s a boat. 7 I think it’s a sunny day because of the light on the river. 8 They are wearing old-fashioned clothes – the mother is wearing a hat and a long skirt. Language work 4 Put the words in the box in the correct column. blue    colourful    green    interesting    modern popular    yellow colours adjectives describing a painting 5 Add two more words to each column in the table in exercise 4. UNIT14
  78. 78. Global Beginner eWorkbook   © Macmillan Publishers Limited 2010 5Unit 14 Arts  Technology Preparing to write 6 Choose one of these pictures and write five sentences about it. Writing Use your sentences from exercise 6 and write a description of the painting. UNIT14 Useful phrases • It’s a painting / picture of … • There is / are … • It looks like … • He is holding … • He is sitting … • I like it because …

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