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English Unlimited Starter Coursebook A1

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English Unlimited Starter Coursebook A1

  1. 1. CAMBRIDGE è H i 1. f N a : 1 I A 4 % r l . _._. — fifi l . ] n Ì" Starter : CEF: — . Coursebook &, ‘| .‘. HUIH’ Adrian Doff
  2. 2. VOCABULARY 1 a Look at the photo and listen. Hello’ 1771M)“. Add words in the gaps. F ‘Hi My is name Hello I'm b Say hello and say your name. LISTENING ì I (É Listen to the conversations. Which photo? 1 .1 goals © talk lo someone for the hrsl ÎIFTÌC mtroduce yourselt say where you are from ask people whcre they are frorn , Carlos Puente. b Read the conversations. Add I'm, my, your. A MIKE La Mike. What's ì name? snwm à name's Silvia. mxs Silvia. nice to My name. Your name? meet you. B mm! KLAUS C Hello, __ non: What's è name? Mary Green. JO Jo. _ 4 Klaus Springer, son: Hi, Jo. I'm à new {rom Frankîun. Nice teacher. ì name to meet you. is Kate. c (E Listen to the short forms. 0 Practise saying them. Full form I am Mike. What is your name? ‘ My name is Silvia. Short form I'm Mike. What's your name? My name's Silvia. SPEAKING 3 a Look at this conversation. What is the order? Nice to meet you. Éîl What's your name? h (E Listen to check. Then have a conversation.
  3. 3. I'm trum 1 (E Listen to the countries. Which picture? Countries ì- Uîngland Rassia Chîna the USÀÎ GRAMMAR 2 a (ì Listen to the conversatìons. QUGSÌÎOHS What do the people say? b What are the questions? Listen again and write them correctly. 1 from / England/ you / Are / ? 2 Where / you / are / from / ? j o c) Î Iam [I'm] Am I ? _ You are [You're] Are you ? 1 Where are you from? I YOU c (Ì Make questions and answers. Then listen to check. SPEAKING 3 a Where are you from? Say the name of your country. Then write a sentence. - I'm from b Answer these questions. 1 Are you from the USA? 2 Where are you from? 3 I'm from London. And you? I: Talk to other students. Ask and answer the questions. ÉIISSIOOIÌI IIIIIOIIÉIW tener. WDHÌ. SBIIÌGIIGG ‘I Look at the examples. What are they? 2 What are these? ' H? ajgmmté a quesmn 3 I'm from New York. 1 asentence 4 p 2 5 What's your name? 3 m. » ou Peter? g, m 10 I'm ter. 7 100 5 IMÈ Hm
  4. 4. 1.2 goals <5: talk to someonefortheflrst time U ask and say where places are 1 Look on p86. Which country? 56V Where You Uve —— GRANA — 2 I Where are these towns? Ask and answer questions. It's Whereism? Shanghai mmm] nnvnslnlnsn BEIJING Oxford focu-‘Ùgye/ es MEIEEIJIII Manchester I Ifs _n England h CE Listen to the short forms. 0 Practise saying them. I . Full form ‘ Short form | London isin England. r London's in England. Where is London? where's London? It is in England. It's in England. I » [is —> 's] VOCABULARY 1 Talk about the picture. 2 a (É Listen. 0 Practise saying the sentences. It's a house. l . . n.5 big’ Ì It s a bIg house. I b Work in A/ B pairs. Look on p86. I live 1 aLookatthephotoswhichis: 1 a flat [or an apartment]? 2 a house? a an a flal an apartment a house b Read the sentences. Which photo is it? Add words from 1a in the gaps. near London 1 I live in in Dubai. It's a big apartment, with four rooms. _ 2 We have near Naples. It's a town In Florida. In the USA. “m” 3 I have in Paris. It's very small. only one room. In London I c (E Listen to check. d (É Cover the sentences in 1b and listen again. Then ask and answer the questions. Photo A Photo B Photo C Is it a house or a flat? Is It a house or an apartment? Is It a house or a flat? Is it big or small? Is it big or small? Where is it? Where is il? Where is it? Where is Naples?
  5. 5. I GRAMMAR , î amar Iiifiàîfiìlfjlpllìî-‘x . ._- "(la r 112%. “: j‘ ‘Milia immane Iîva 47', : "I ‘N; i V 1:; IVK= |'n“‘-_I, {I_= IFΑÌIIVL= JIIÈI '31 ‘g, ’ I i'm Lpmolm . ‘ _ 1.1: anni ulàhiu= |pnlvîiunxàlnù h. pur-zar: A W: V _ h = I nnhlII ‘niuna; li ùhllidiiifilfijî 511:’ I Îm m anpllI 1:11.111: mm: pian-uva» ‘ " ‘.2 _: n- cm IurHIou-‘enm W1 > __ nr 11411540102: F33‘ “I”? T}, I I I 4 I f 7gg WÈITING I Ir , .î3lÌIÌl! Ì'ΑT»%= IIOÌÎÎÎJÌTÈCÀÎQÌ HIIIIIIÌI-‘illli flHHIHIL: un {anni 1’. 1-12‘ lir- (àiimr ‘ niuai ‘cm. - liana n-nuI-‘iî. ’- I‘ 1-13 «m: lima: uw-n-‘L- ‘ami ‘I 11' Par"- 2101-‘ 1mm 411cm. P Wrzl-iîlcii-mrnnu‘ iiyzeannnr-k. in ama-una: ‘- ‘ A, figa“ I îlu: î In îlifllr: m, "u I n ‘I 1.14 {Jfllm tu: Immaumllîuu. [JLHflH-I‘ 4 111'- in; m‘ “ma ‘cc-nel: mu han: Pèliî- l“: ha 9:14}: uh: 511g: "w il , , , b ‘ - flmitîh: liI-«I-i-nvluitlfl-In.
  6. 6. I" ‘Jvzz-iàwfi" Ì = .'. | Numbers 0-10 Vocabulary reference 9105 I boy. girl Singular Plural I: 1] I= 2,3.. .) a boy boys a girl girts a child children I'm not, we're not 1|! 2 1 4- w‘ E? ) 09133 Listen. O Say the numbers. r" Then match them with the words. u {l ffliìîiiîîìllflìjllgfirlgflr‘; 113:: f}: . I:H'. ':1 I un ;1u: xuztuîzu I’ un mm: IHYIHII-s: D ‘I 2 3 4 5 ‘ three zero 0 five seven fleîght 6 7 8 9 1o I one nihe i two four ten six Say these numbers. G. ...34s-o0989 5’ x, C’ 3 ‘I C ‘Voflkì —-Î-—-. «; IJOéÉ-«(rc/ g 1:" . . . . . . J Il’ ‘. _1( l , A ‘b’: / c r‘ r’. A ' T ' a ‘fa a 09m Who is in the picture? Use words from the box. Then listen. 0 E‘ - * G r 59% f. "i . 7 " A ‘f; M 5x‘ k ‘ , ‘ 7.’: n r‘ i‘ a . . ' ‘n u ' z " A (e _ ‘K o 7 ‘I 1 e x 1 H ‘ n'è "“—* __ 2 o 3 lo 5 b Practice. Point to a picture. Say the words. C'E Read and listen to the sentences. Find the picture. I have three children, two boys and a girl. I'm not married and I have no children. We're married. but we have no children. 1 2 3 4 5 G l’. .1 1'. .1 q a c 33D Look at the sentences and listen. 0 I'm not married. We're not married. — I'm married. We're married. We have nine children. We have five girls and four boys. We're married. We have only one child — a boy. b 051D Write words in the gaps. Then listen to check. 1 We're married and we have two Childre” - 2 I'm o _ . but I have no , 3 I have one - a girl. lo We , _ three children — two Work in A/ B pairs. Look on p87. What about you? Write two sentences. a boy and a, and a boy.
  7. 7. t e rame! annulli» » Talk I0 someone 10|’ IIIB tirst time 1 a Look at the people. Read the notes. What do you think they say? Make sentences. 4 i Claudia BraziI flat in Sào Paulo married Mark the USA I live — London small apartment not married two 5011s I two sons = two boys V D4 b d’ Listen to the conversation and check. c What are their questions? Write them correctly. Mark Claudia 1 your / name/ What's / ? 3 are/ from/ you/ Where / ? 2 married / you/ Are / '? 4 about/ you / What / ‘.7 2 a Choose one of the people. Student A, you are Claudia or Mark. Student B, you are you! Talk to your partner, and ask questions. b Now have a new conversation. Student A. you are you! Student B. you are Claudia or Mark. KWJIJIII this 1 (‘E Look at the pictures and listen. What does Sophie say? 2 I dì Listen to the words. 0 Find them in the picture. a door a desk a wîndow a chair a bed a pîcture I b Practice. Point to the picture and make sentences. This is a desk. 3 Cover the words. Look at the picture and test each other.
  8. 8. 12 EXPlIIIIESIlBakiII! 1 1 2 Hi, how are you? i: Fine. thanks. r How are you? a ‘E Listen and practise the conversation. b o‘. Listen. Underline the words you hear. ____ L À 1 ‘Hello. How are you? I'm fine. Hi! Are you OK? Fine, thanks. ‘ I'm OK. Thank you. Meet other students. Have conversations. 1 i‘ I live in Hanoi and I study i‘ I have a room in a big flat in Look at the photos and read. The words in orange are new. Find Phuong. Karen and Wendy. 1 Read without a dìctionary. 2 Use a dictionary to help. bere too. I live at nome with my mother and father. Phuong from Vietnam ' ’ Benin with six other students. This is normal in Germany. We have a big kitchen, where we eat. Karen from Germanv “ I live on a big campus with 1.000 2 students. I have a small room with a bed and a desk. I eat in a student restaurant. Wendy from Ghana What is normal in your country? - Students live at home. - Students live in a house with other students. - Students have a room on a campus. 1 .4 goal 1 say hello and goodbye 3 a Match these expressions with photo 1 or 2. Èéoodbye. See yoîo: ì Bye. ’ Nice to meet you. L b (E Listen to check. 4 Turn to other students. Say goodbye. say hello, say your name, p1 1a I'm a student. I study Englrsh, 0
  9. 9. look again €3 1 a Find pairs of words. be present: am, is. are student China O big three Full form Short form hello girl I am I'm flat window you are you're door restaurant we are we're five goodbye ÌÌ ÌS it's the USA y small this is — boy apartment o yes teacher _ café no I m, "°l married. We re not b Which words can go in the gaps? 9 We're from China. whatl5 YOUV name? , Where are you from? 1 We re fmm e- Are you married? 2 hnaì‘ Howareyou? 3 We “Ve i" a where's Moscow? ùunnnunfonneo. pOO 2 Write plural forms. 1 student students 2 room Other verbs 3 window 4 I 5 boy 6 child 3 Write the numbers as words. 5 Correct the mìstakes. a We have Aîhffifi children. 13] 1 We is from the USA. b Look at question . I2] 2 You are from England’? c students live here. [4] 3 I have two childs. d It's a smalt flat — just _ room. [1] 4 We have a house small. ‘ "“""‘°"“s"‘"‘-‘"°"" 1 My name Ahmed. l. Each word has one letter missing. 2 1 have flat in Beijing_ Write ÌÌ correctly. 3 Manchester in England. SC001 school A We live a big house. hav teachr goodby Rusia hous SeIf-assessment apartmen IO*U'IÀOJIJ—* Can you say things like this in English? fî». . Iclrglgra nurnber on each lme. 1 = This is difficutt. 3 = I can say this — no problem. H1. My name x5 I'm from , . Wc have a small flat m Ilive un Where are you from’ lhavc chrldren How arc- you7 Fxnc. thanks. - For Wordcards. relerence and savlng your work n e-Porîfoho - For more practnce n SeH-study Pack. Unnt 1
  10. 10. 2.1 goal: C23 talk about people you know ask and say how otd people are talk about tamilnes Peonle Numbers 11-20 VOCABULARY 1 film Listen to the numbers. 0 Then match them to the words. Numbers 11-20 11 12 13 14 15 1B 17 1B 19 20 three —> thirteen five —» fifteen nineteen eighteen thirteen fifteen twenty sixteen twelve eleven 11 seventeen fourteen 2 Play a game. 1 Student A, think of a number. 2 Student B, guess the number. 3 Student A, is it more [T] or less [i]? 3 (E Look at the pictures and listen to the sentences. Are they the same? Birtnuav carus 1 a Look at the cards. Add words. He's , _.Sh'es boy girl He's She's Il (ID Listen. 0 —He is 16. Heîs 16. She is 16. She's 16. 2 Listen and read the conversation in a shop. Choose a card. I need a birthday card. For a boy or a girl? A boy. How old is he? He's 14. What about this one? This card is for a 16. This card is for a eight. n>u>u> 3 Look on page 88.
  11. 11. I —+ my family he —> his family she —> her family m Vocabulary refervence p1 O8 a Family 1 a «F13 Listen to Omar and Emma. Who are the people? Write numbers. motherl father daughter son lsîflster wife rhosband brother l b o 9B: Write the words in the table. Then listen. O l ' w 1 father daughter ‘ brother r wife 2 a Choose the correct word: his or her. A This is Omar and his / _h_er family. B This is Emma and his / _he_r family. b Practìce. Cover the words and look at the photos again. Ask and answer. w 3 a Look at these photos. Choose a sentence for each. 1 They're father and daughter. 2 They're husband and wife. 3 They're brother and sister. 4 They're friends. b I ? 'E Listen. 0 Full form They are friends. Short form They're friends. Work in A/ B pairs. Look on p87. ÉMSSFOGIÌIIGHEHZEG " , m ‘ 1 What are the words in your language? 1 '. ‘ , look Iatl 2 ‘ read A " listen lto) «. ’ É r v 7E Listen. What words do you hear? 1 look at 1 ‘ , , x ‘à x f ‘V Î, ‘ I. - - - w’: . , ' ‘ E e‘ ‘ ‘u F . .!. ’L"r' 1 m" l ì L): L 3a: ’Ì 5 r, write 6 . . talk (lo) ‘I5
  12. 12. 2.2 goal: talkaboulpeople you know ask and say Where you work say where other peoole work l-m a student l-m at | ’work in_a restaurant. university in Hong Kong. I m a Water- VOCABULARY 1 a C1 Listen. Find the people in pictures A-C in the party. W°rk i“ Wmk f” b 0 Practise saying the sentences. I'm Iwork Iwork for 4 I'm a student. I work in a restaurant. I work for Dell. c Cover 1a and 1b. Make correct sentences. rm a Student 1 I student. I'm a student. l-m a teacher 2 I work restaurant. not 3 I work DelL 4 I waiter. 5 I university Hong Kong. 6 It computer company. LISTENING 2 a (I9 Listen to two conversations at the party. What are the questions? I 1 What's . ..? 2 What . ..? b You are the people in the pictures. Practise the conversations. Places 1 a What are the places in Places of work the “N°5? shop office hotel a an ‘ . ‘ , a shop a" office school hospntal cafe h t l a o e b film Listen. What places do you hear? Vooduluvnlonnoo [i108
  13. 13. . -_A1.» .3 2 Make sentences. Use I'm, I work in, I work for. 1 a teacher 5 Microsoft 2 a hospital 6 a student 3 Hitachi 7 a doctor A a big hotel 8 a big company in New York 3 Play a game. 1 Student A, choose one of the jobs or ptaces on page 16. This is yourjob! Write a sentence. 2 Student B. guess A's sentence. Ask about work, 9116 You work for Microsoft. n- '1'“ ' “w ‘a e I “E . ‘ -- ai}, k- w. J w un: n11 l a 1 h. 1 a Complete the sentences. Use words from the box. He / She works .7 i a manager a hospital IKEA a doctor I‘ "' ’” 1 She's ’È o . 2 He's . ‘ì f v f _ 3 Sheworksin . f; .. .- "—' Ì _ "ÎL " * A He worksfor . , _ 4% ‘r. ’ 1! . o 1.. r o “gota; .— A‘ x . L. «tra b Look at the sentences. How areAand B dufferent? ‘ z ‘” qulîìfl‘. , - w « ‘ , ‘o " ‘t A a 7 _ Q — e. ì I” Iwork in a hospital. She works in a hospital. t, » -. 7 1A . . Iwork for IKEA. He works for IKEA. . m’ (v' ’ à C Look at the people in photos A-F. Make sentences. _ . ._- ' ‘I 7*" _Î_ , , _ ÎÎ ‘g, a restaurant a school a supermarket an office ; ' ’"— r": ahotel Tesco ahospìtal ateacher awaiter 5’*-= r—= --0.- . f" r? 5%. , t -' L14 i ‘ , ' « " ey u! y. I » Qgflr ' r . , ‘W “e o e e 2m " C fl’ ’ i; "_ zwfl-zr È! ‘ in X ' ' ì Q3): " . 2 a Think of two people you know. Write one or two sentences about their jobs. b Tell other students about the two people. sounfls ami suonano“ r : 1 0 9E The letters th have two sounds: lò/ and /6/. 2 v 3E) Are these words with lò/ or lfll? Add them Listen. O to exercise 1. ‘ithree the father’ birthday wjth thahks ""5 ‘hÌfl 3 v E3129 Listen to the conversations. Underline the mother thirteen words you hean this thirteen thanks brother think father birthday the
  14. 14. _ V _ in a company in London. . 7’ r» "_ ' “h”; V ' _ L» — ' My sister lives in MY parents live in ‘o _ i-‘Lghùan A, v Tokyo and works for . Halifax. They have 7h ' _ _ v , ' Sony Corporation. a house there. _ I ’ Hafifax “à v ‘ W . " 1 xv», Tokyo s: * x . , , . duelli" m9” Donna, from Canada i : î=i4Il| .‘lr—-= nnu-' 1 ‘Se! ‘ ‘e I live in London and work My brother lìves in Australia. He has an Australian wife and three children. Syd ney. 651D Donna talks about her family. Who are the people in photos A-C? 2 Read again. Complete the table. l l we / they live work have lives, works, has Oetflbbàhàfl He / she Choose the correct verb. I hayejhas two children. My sister liveflives in Australia. My friend Carlos have] has a flat in Buenos Aires. Her parents liye/ lives in Berlin. We have [has a house in Florida. She work/ yvorks for Microsoft. l. Cover what Donna says. Can you remember? I - London Ilive in London. house (Dfloevîbtàkìé 18 company - London my parents — Halifax my brother — Australia wife — three children my sister — Tokyo Sony Corporatìon G _, , 3- c‘) a , L‘ ' ti 3 , . g‘ H > l ‘Jîf’ î‘
  15. 15. rami mÈWÌÎ’ Talk about neonle VOII know 1 Choose three people you know. They can be: - people in your family. - friends. Write two or three sentences. My 5i5ter ha; A house in Lina, in Per-u. She's married Arxd she ha; four children. | have a «Friend in London. Her AAMC i; Patata. She‘; 20 and she‘; A studeoxt. My mother‘ And Fatther‘ live «car Moscow. My Father woFkS For‘ Cmzprou. I have A 50A, Ahuatd, And ai daughter, SÀ'NÀ. Ahnad i5 ten And SAÌNA i; Aflflflnnfipfl‘ eight. We have A 414d: in Cairo. I Îzî 2 Îierwom nave m 1 Match the words with the pictures. Then listen. G People often have Tell other students about the three people. children a T. l a computer a cat a camera a dog a car a house an MP5 player a flat a mobile phone a bîcycle l o o 2 I What about you? Write three sentences. | I have II Tell other students. Do you have the same things? 3 I Listen to students playing a game. What do they say? sruoenr 1 My brother has sruosnr 2 My brother has and sruoenr 3 My brother has . and. " II Work in groups of four. Play the game. I: Tell the class your sentences.
  16. 16. 1 a ì Listen to the alphabet. 2.4 goal ABCDEFGHIJKLM NOPGRSTUVWXYZ b 0 Practise the alphabet round the class. 2 a C1 Listen and write the letters. b Say the letters you wrote. 3 Play a game. These are all people in the family. Guess the letters. 1 a Read about the three countries. The words in orange are new. “Ithînkmostpeoplehavesmallmmîlîesin Japan-oneortwochîldrenlhavenobrothers or sisters, andthis isnonnal. I have friends with one brother or one sister. hntnot more. Many oouples inJapan havenpchildren. some people most people Kumiko from Japan ' I have two brothers but no sisters - so ‘ Manypeople in Sudan have large ‘m’ “m” has three children. We're a big family — most people have two children. or maybe just one child. Alex from the USA families. I have three children. and this is normal. Iknow many familìes with three or four children In villages some people have five children or more. Omer non: sudan Sudan 1.5 2.5 4.5 Japan USA childrenperfamily @ 2.5 4.5 2.0 4.0 6.0 Il Look at the table. he correct number. 2 Read again. Use a dictionary to help. Which sentences are true? 4 Many people in Sudan have three children or more. 5 Alex has a sister. 6 Many people in the USA have three children or more. 1 Kumiko has a brother. 2 Many people in Japan have small families. 3 Omer has four children. 3 What about your country? Complete the sentences. 1 Mostpeople have families. 2 Mostfamilies have children.
  17. 17. look again €5 VOCABULARY 1 a Find pairs of words. sister twenty boy wife husband dog ten . brother shop ' girl i read u supermarket doctor | her t his teacher cat write I b Write five true sentences. Use words from the box. 2 Write the numbers as words. 1 He's nearly 546189, [16] 2 Look at page . (20! 3 Happy birthday! You're 1_. [18] 4 The hotel has only, rooms. l12) 3 Add three more words to each lìst. 1 doctor. student, 2 supermarket. café. 3 sister. husband, 4 look, listen, 5 door. desk, SPELLING 6 L Each word has one letter missing. Write it correctly. CAN YOU REMEMBER? Unit 1 5 a Make sentences with words from A and B. A B I'm from student. I live in two children. I'm a small apartment. I'm a not married. I have China. f v b Write two sentences about you: one true, one false. Use words from A. I: Read out your sentences to other students. Which sentence is true? Which is false? GRAMMAR be present: am, is, are Full form Short form I am I m you are we are they are he is she is it is ' ' flnnnrnbnneqpflî your car his car her car our car their car dramma: Monaco. m0o Choose the correct word. 1 My parents live/ lives in New York. 1 forteen 2 My sister _have / has two children. 2 daugter 3 Iheyp/ They're work in Paris. 3 frend A This ìs my mother in his/ her kitchen. t. hopital 5 I have a son. Hi. s./ .H. e.'. s. 18. 5 5É°°l 7 Change the verbs to short forms. 6 ofnce They are from Japan. They're from Japan. What is your name? lam not married. Where is Nairobi? Who is this? UÌDÙJNÌ-fl Self-assessment Cary you say things like this in English? CircÌ/ eta number on each line. 1=—This is difficult. 3 = I can say this - no problem. He's X7. Thcs ns my daughter I'm a student. H0 works m a shop My fathcr lxves near Pans He has xzhuidren A, B, C, D. E . - For Wordcards. reîerence and sawng your work n e-Porfloho - For more [Jracnce n SeII-study Pack. Unn 2
  18. 18. VOCABULARY Streets | there 3, ‘there are LISTENING SPEAKING and WRITING 1 a Find these things in the photos. 3.1 goals '21 arrange to meet people say where you are In a town cars shops a mosque p a tree a café bicycles taxis achurch houses people flats [or apartments] ‘ b What are the singular and plural forms? a car ——» cars a taxi —> taxis c (E Listen to check. G 2 I (E Read and listen to the sentences. Match them with the pictures. G theres + singular There's a church. there are + plural There are nice cafés. There's a big mosque. There are lots of people. b There's or There are? Make sentences. 1 a restaurant 2 two restaurants 3 lots of cars 4 five trees 5 an old tree 6 7 8 9 a nice café lots of good cafés flats and houses a big hotel 3 01 Four people talk about the streets. Listen. What do they say? Use the words in the box. busy nice quîet beautiful no. isyv e lo a Make sentences about the street outside. - It's - There's a - There are b Write two or three sentences about the street where you live. Then tell other students. — ‘ describe a street
  19. 19. c» w- — e t _4 * I Î ‘= e ‘ ‘u l _ in! " “ H‘ z h ' v I a ‘. —. . ‘t * -_ , . ‘g, ’ . A o 1 l ' ‘ ‘V’; r “ ' / ' ; ) . . _ r: 3 K —» J/ W‘ O t Il a o - ‘r — - - > . .-: *‘-, u_ " .2 Ì ' À: '-é; É'. ‘s'Î. ‘-s5*: _ 3» i G t Places in towns H), It's Akì here. AKI ALEX AMV Hi. Where are you? JO AKI I'm at the station. ALEX AMY OK. See you soon. JO I Vocabulary reference, p1 10 2 h Where are the people in the other pictures? 1 a 0 31D Listen and read the conversations. Choose the picture. H1‘. Jo? It's me —Alex. Oh, hi Alex. Where are you? We're at a café. it's the Café Metro Oh. OK See you there > at the station’ atthe cinema at the airport fiat a restaurant Îat a cafe Z Choose a place and have a conversation. L’ ' L 3;; 1 Find the three cafés on the map. _. ‘ O , . e Dino's is a small Italian café. It's expensive. but w they have good ice cream and very good coffee. station ‘a Adelph. “e” | t’s in Green Street, near the station. 1 Cinema rx b. , 0- ’? Î ' Mike's is in the centre. next to the Adelphn l, t; a 51 RÉE “e” ‘° Cinema. They have coffee. drinks and sandwiches. g: “QN There's a nice quiet garden next to the café. T‘ f, x café Metro ìs in King Street, near the bus station. 0 A z Drinks and coffee are cheap, so it's usually busy. c’ Hilton Hotel u, -| [ - ‘ . r 2 a Read the conversation. What words go in the gaps? ‘r: LIAM H12 are you? Cinema T, ALEX I‘m at Café Metro. Max LIAM _ , that? T TREE ALEX It's Kmg Street. the bus stanon, 0 L D S 4., Bus_ una OK, there. Stami" b 0 Î-ED Listen to check. 3 Work in A/ B pairs. Look on p88. Glassmom language 1 Write these expressions in your language. 2 Look at pages 22 and 23. Find: 1 open your book 1 a sentence. 5 a map. 2 close your book 2 a picture. 6 words in a box. 3 cover the page 3 a conversation, 7 a question. 4 a text. 8 an answer. 23
  20. 20. VOCABULARY 1 Numbers 20. 25. 30 2 VOCABULARY Clock times What's the time? LISTENING and 3 SPEAKING WS 3500‘ 7-00- excuse me thanks about nearly late Ì 1 2 3 A What's the time? A , A What's the ' e Ithink it's _» what's the time? a 0h no, it's R-S nearly 93a 3.00. a It's 5.15. 7.30. We're r — — — — ————r A 5.15. . ——r — 1 _ J k Student A, write down a time. Student B, ask A the time. Mflflllllfl. aîlflflllllìll. EVGIIIIIQ VOCABULARY 1 Look at the picture. When are morning, afternoon and evening? morning, afternoon a. m. = morning p. m. = afternoon or evening 3.2 goal: arrango to meet people ask and say the t-me say what 1.mp- 01' (la, you 50 thmga a Listen. Say the number you hear. 10 20 30 4D 50 ten twenty thirty forty fifty h What are these numbers? 15 25 35 45 55 a Look at the pictures. What's the time? II Say these times. 0 5.30 0 6.15 - 9.45 0 7.20 v 1.00 0 3.00 a Look at the people. Are they: o in the street? o îÎÎ()'ÎT‘. {:X - in a swimming pool? - at home? b (E Listen to the three conversations. What's the time? c 0E Listen again. Write the words you hear. 5001111: AFTERNOON ÈVl-NINQ Pàifîvtil Mokwiiflîz‘
  21. 21. 2 Say when you do these things. the morning in the afternoon the evening v ‘drink tea / caìfee i 3 Look at the map on p8? and answer the questions. M 7.00 1 a Read the sentences and look at the pictures. Find the orange words. Most people go to bed at about 11.00 and they get up at about 7.00 in the moming. So, they sleep about __ hours every night. . ,. . .4 b Write a number in the gap. I: Read about Olga and Ben. Add numbers from the boxes. ‘ i Olga. 46. ottico worker I go to bed et 10 in the evening. usually. and I get up at in the moming. So, I sleep about hours every night. 4? 7? 9? 10? Ben, 46, doctor I go to bed about o'clock in the morning. I get up at . So, I sleep about hours. 1? 6'? 7? ‘I1? d (E Listen to check. 2 What about you? Write sentences. then tell other students. - I go to bed at - Iget up at o Isleep hours. 1 CEE The letter a often has these sounds: 2 îAre these words with / ae/ . laz/ or lei]? lael. laz/ and / eI/ . 0 Add them to exercise 1. / a;/ aftemoon map name station garden thanks has flat car late ha“ fame’ da)’ 3 CÉThese are new words. How do you think you mmfled a a say them? Listen to check. plate start hat carry play same party page man
  22. 22. D398 1 Days VOCABULARY 3 in, on, at SPEAKING L 3.3 goal: © arranqe (o meet people say «f you are tree say where and when (0 meet a What day is today? What day i5 tomorrow? h (I3 Listen and write the days in the diary. 0 Moadaî Friday Sunday Wednesday Thursday Saturday Tuesday C Cover the diary. What are the next two days? 1 Monday, Tuesday. 2 Thursday, Friday, 3 Saturday, Sunday, 4 Tuesday. Wednesday, 5 Wednesday, Thursday, 6 Friday. Saturday. a Look at Aki's diary. When ìs she free? When is she busy? 2] M When IS she not here? j I No” ‘T b CE Listen. What does Aki say? Clfléma 7.00 1 I'm at the office Monday. me ‘ì 2 I'm free Tuesday morning U and Tuesday afternoon. ‘É 3 I'm in London Wednesday. {q are I4 In London I4 l Add in, on or at to the table. the morning _ Wednesday ‘ the afternoon Thursday l 1 , Wednesday morning _ six o‘clock t _ Thursday evening _ 9.30 the evening b Cover the table and practise. Add in, on or at. on Friday Friday morning the morning Tuesday evening four o'cl0ck the evening Saturday afternoon 3.30 ùìflOotflbtdfv-J Find a time when you are both free. Student A, look at the diary on p8‘). Student B. look at the diary on p95.
  23. 23. rfi ‘EFÈLIEJÌ; tîiìîÎîllîÎfil ‘K . ,,. : , -- -‘.1 ' '745’ 1 a 9 5E Listen to the conversation. Which note is correct? Î’! 'H‘E". '.. ‘L'ÈÎ f‘ meet ‘ ’ btnÒb e Fnjntt, i; G bus station Q EZÒ tcmoncw Carne Metro Fhdfltg I: 3C "i5"; b GÉID Listen again to check. Read the conversation. What does Clare say? f“ . . v, LING Let's meet tot coffee. A18 you free tomorrow. ? "' _ cune ‘, , una OK, let's meet on Friday. How about Café Metro? _ l’ cune 2. a uno It's near the bus station. i . ' ‘ cune 3. I ‘ uno How about 12.30? cune ‘ 2 Practise these expressions. Have short conversations. Where? When? Let's meet Let's meet at the station. at 7.00. at the Hilton Hotel. on Tuesday. _ , , _ at Dino's. i tomorrow. Let 5 meet at Dmo S‘ where's that? [ 3 Write down: = a day and a time when you are free. a a place to meet in your town la restaurant, a café. a shop . ..]. l. a Talk to a friend and arrange a time and a place to meet. Amm” ‘° "me" ""7 b Tell the class where you will meet your friend and when. Kellltîltîtti 3’ 1 a Look at the pictures. Make sentences. ‘, '"i1'; > , .-J. Ì,_ _ o ' "' ' 3 4 g. » ". ._ e _ _ . . . a I. , He's . ../ She's i l'air ; *'V“‘ "1 """".7‘ . ‘ ‘A atwork at the airport at the shops . ;‘ 4h e’ " v ìq-tff) ‘ athome at the cinema atschool 4 ‘ 7 " “, ;Î ÎW - “ ‘ b Write the expressions in two lists. at the airport 2 Think about friends or family. Who is: v athome? e atwork? v atschool? = at the shops? 3 Lookon p95. »_ f“ _A "‘ 0"’-
  24. 24. 1 a Look at the questions in the photos. What are the answers? Use expressions from the table. 3.4 goals respond to questions say you're not sure , ., I5 this seat free? j - " D. ' M2.» | ’m not sure. I don't know. No, I'm not. No, he's not. No. it's not. Yes, l am. Yes, he is. Yes, it is. b (E Listen to check. You will hear two answers. c Practice. Ask and answer the questions. 2 a How can you answer these questions? 1 Excuse me, is this your suitcase? 4 2 Are you a doctor? 5 3 Are the shops still open’? 6 ls she at home this evening? Is today Thursday? Is Riyadh in Saudi Arabia? Are you free on Tuesday evening? b Ask and answer the questions. 3 a Write questions with these expressions. Begin with ls or Are. 1 from the USA? 2 here tomorrow? 3 free on Saturday evening? 4 your dictionary? 5 married? 6 Kathmandu in India? h Ask other students your questions. IGIIISS IIlIIIBS SIIÌIIS 1 l Read about shops in Greece, Japan and Egypt. The words in orange are new. 1 Read without a dìctionary. 2 Use a dictionary to help. Shops and cafés are open at about 9.00 in the moming. Many people sleep in the afternoon. so small shops are closed from 2.00 to 5.00. . i Then they are open in the evening until 8.00 I _’ or 9.00. Sunday is a holìday, and many people go to chuxch, but some shops are open. , ' Most shops are open in the moming. aftemoon and evening. Many people go shopping in the evening. so shops are open until 9.00 or 10.00. Friday is a holiday and many people go to the mosque, but most shops are open. " i0 Shops are open from 10.00 in the moming to 7.00 in the evening. Most shops are closed one day a week, but not always on Sunday. In big towns a tew shops are open 24 hours — they are usually near the station. b Write the country lor countriesl. 4 People go to the mosque on Friday. 5 Most shops are open on Friday. 6 Some shops are open at 3.00 in the morning. 1 Most shops are closed on Sunday. Greece 2 Small shops are closed in the afternoon. 3 Shops are open late in the evening. 2 Write two or three sentences about your country.
  25. 25. looli again Q 1 Find pairs of words. 5 Add vowels la, e, i, o, u] in the gaps. 1 Lgfs m__t _t th_ cLn_m_. ' r‘ ' f d cae station car aternoon open ay 2 My br—th—r —S nÈ-rly th-rti-n. church quiet near night restaurant 3 Th _ d f morning busy airport school closed —r- 5 i V-ry 9- - c- — _taxi university mosque in n- -r th- 5t—t— in‘ _ CAN YOU REMEMBER? Unit2 2 a Write three sentences. Use two words from the box in each sentence. 6 Look at the words in orange. What other words could go in the same place? 1 There's 2 l live 1 Her brother is nearly 40. 3 The supermarket 2 He works in a shop. 3 She's a doctor. b Read out your sentences. 4 They have two children. 3 L°°k 31"19 51905- What are the Places? 7 Student A, choose one person in your family A (brother, father, son . ..l. Tell B three things about the person. Student B. guess who the person is. She's 21. She's a student. 1 She lives in Paris. There: | a cafe. There are two cafes. a shop. lots of shops. F À G RAM M AR n there's / there are flranungornfonnoo. 9100 4 Add prepositions to the table. 8 Correct the mìstakes. , where? 1 There is two restaurants in our street. ' Let's meet‘ the station. 2 There a good café in this street. i the cinema. 3 There are lots of taxi at the airport. i the hotel. 4 Is a mosque near the university. Is he 2 home? school? work? Our flat is i 3 North Street. ‘ the station. i“ o A5 bî the Cinema‘ SeIf-assessment i en. ‘Lefs meet 7 7 dclock. -' ’C_gi_you say things like this in English? ì 6.30. rclèa number on each line. 1 {This is difficult. 3 = I can say this - no problem. . a . l| m free m the morning‘ It's n “r v busy stmet Thc-rr- nriî lots of shoias the afternoon. , I m 3t thenirport the evening. i Seeyou i’ It's neai the SÎHÎIOH. Monday‘ _ What's the 1111197 4t s 4 30. Monday morning. I always gel up al 6 00 in (ho morning. Are you tree on Stinday evening" Let's meni al 6.30. - Foi Wordcards, reierence and snving your work n e-Portiolio 0 For more practice » Self-study Pack Unit 3
  26. 26. ,37 _ —V‘, _ H 7 ÈÉJÌ-îxflilîl‘. 9 mi: Jnull Î-IHILLL ‘m: ati-u»! - ‘l ‘. .:v-. r una Hîtr znln-Hsu’ u}: André from ‘ Kingston. England .7. t —’—flV ‘ 1 a o Listen to André. Choose the verbs from the box. 0 Activity verbs y ‘speal; watch go listen read play to school Spanish the guitar magazines to music DVDs b v André says these expressions. What does he say? Listen to check. Otflbfiùfxì-î in a band about music on my MP3 player a bit on my laptop a town near London 2 a ‘ÎÉÎ Match the words with pictures A-H. Then listen to check. O O*U'| à(a. >|)—‘ ‘fobtball tennis book niano basketball inewspaperriradio l r‘ . ; Ì -- ‘ Ì e (‘V è %‘. î ' v . - _É—T; - v ' L 4 f. ._‘—_7 «f; we Say, b Complete the expressions. Use verbs from 1a. IV! ” ' Watch TV‘ 1 football 5 the newspaper thje radio ——> è te) book u g TV h . [listen m the rada asketba tot eradvo 4 tennis 8 the plano 30
  27. 27. ‘ locabulary referenee, p1 13 c Look at the table. Look at p30. Find three more verbs and three more nouns. d Cover p30. Student A. say a noun. Student B. add a verb. w watch a DVD ". .4. 9 ‘. - - u o . , w . u . "1-"3-"135 1 a o Listen to André and Emma. Who says these things? Id0n't {like} 1 I like sport s‘ I don't like sport. 1,, ,. _ 2 l play football. ' ' ' 1'- / ì I don't play football. ’- 3 I watch football. g, K .0» À, I don't watch football. ' " , y | l» I go to football matches. N’ ", l’ ‘f I ‘ . I don't go to football matches. g" b F323 Listen. 0 "j ' André | don't like sport. I don't watch football. ll don't = l do not] I like sport. I watch football. 2 Look at these sentences. Are they true of you? Write Yes, or change them. I like cats. l play tennis. 1 I watch TV a lot. I play the piano. I go to football matches. I read lots of magazines. I speak Chinese. | have children. GÎEÉIIHÉ. un: 3 a o Listen to these students in a classroom. Add words from the box. l like cats. Yes, 2 I play tennis. I don't play tennis. (DQOUÌJNQJNJA ; ‘a 411:" —— -. me don't neither too a‘ , m, 1, e . . . n; u l” _' A llike catsHow aboutyou? A I watchTValot. A Id0n't play tenms. t a No. l like cats. a Yes, a No. .. gjfîjzìi“ e‘ -«1'4—".5' b Talk to another student about your answers to 2. Are your answers the same? . assroom Ianguaoe . ' 1 " I -: -ok at these words. What are they? , "oun a veirbiìan adjeotive coffee 3 girl 5 beautiful 7 watch [TV] 9 station good 4 go 6 busy 8 live (in London} 10 father _: : ‘-; on p23. Find a noun. a verb and an adjective. 31
  28. 28. 1 a 15129 Match the words with the pictures. — I - Then listen to check. G é) - mvwu-zx-à «t m? ! meat fish fruit végetables pàîsta rice bread sàlad. C, O G G} . s . .—. '-. ’ _- lfiv ‘N. i’ A C‘) (.3 »- 2’ " I . ‘I 1.‘ " Fflàqhgn, 1 4 "fiààt n‘ E’ d, [1 b E 7 b 0312.’? Listen to Emma and André. Write the things they eat. c Play a game. 1 Student A, choose a word from 1a. Draw it. 2 Student B. guess the word. ',7L! _îz-EÎ. __ÎÎ 2 a 0 ìfil‘ Read and listen to these sentences. Vocabulary reference. p1 1 1 often. Which sentence is true of you? 0 sometimes " r ’ ’ r 1 I eat meat leat meat 1 I sometimes eat meat. 1 I often eat meat. I eat meat every day. l 1 I never eat meat. I b Make sentences like this about the other food in 1a. 3 Think of three other kinds of food you often eat. What are they in English? Write each word in a sentence. "731 3—)_'; ,Î_Î_LÎ1ÉÎ 1 a Look at the picture. What drinks can you see? Drinks b I Listen to the conversations. What do they ask for? v b. 1 l _ _ . ‘e — * ‘ Ì * Ì‘ ' . t i s A 17 "E _ .1; 1 ’ n“ "r . h‘ ì / - '-- o l 1 / 11'] 1‘ ‘ ‘I’ _ a l. ,. s/_/ l‘ y . " __ ‘ P 1 . <7__ F’ ìà’ “c; __: ——/ ‘ . _ ‘ à’,
  29. 29. 1 2 a o ÉLD Listen again. Write the words you hear. G 1 a coffee. please. 1 2 an orange juice, please? 3 water, please. b Work in groups. You are at the café. 1 Some of you are customers. Ask for drinks. 2 One of you is the waiter. Repeat the order to check. 3 a Look at the drinks again. Say whìch drinks: Idon. ‘ like cola I never drink ÌL - you like. o you often drink. l awbma“ "brame "1 H b Think of two other drinks. What are they in English? Say if you like them. ‘v . . r’ . , ‘ ì i 1 a Read the guide. Add the names of the restaurants. The ‘ _ . Àt-XF-Xlàèlj-XLLÌ-Ì , ’ y n g Shanghai - T3) Maha] esTauranÌ House . uîîxî-‘uuwnbîxî-‘xnv b o 52D Complete the table. The" listen‘ o ' . A small Italian restaurant a China” ‘i CÎhese ” {OOÎ} Station Road. Good pizzas and pasta a Chinese restaura"! 1 ltaly food ‘ dishes and also very good fish. 3A a small Italian café the USA g food 2 _ Small Japanese restaurant a" 1 ‘ndia a 100d in the town centre (only 10 tables). a" “dia” restawam Japan î-î f°°d i Expensive, but very good. S855212 an Italian café c Talk about the restaurants. 3a m New streeèGtîgdîîa“ food and not too e nsive. o c ‘c en - The Shanghai Restaurant is a and rice dishes Mîpe - They have . |f5 4 . American and intematìonal l 2 a Think about a restaurant or café food The bmgem are 100% "ma arÎd they you know. Write a few sentences also have good Swaks and salads‘ ‘i about it. 5g. The best Chinese restaurant in town. About 80 tables. Good b Read out your sentences, but don't for a birthday pmyg 35,; th . Do other st d t 33W îîìiame u en s S = ohm‘) S8 = not too expensive S511 = quite expensive- SSSS. = expensive nunds anti spelling : , î Ì - "E3 You can say the letter e as le/ or / i:/ . 2 o i'm’; Are these words / c/ or Iizl? Add them to S a, the letters ee and ea with the sound / i:/ . O exercise 1. Then listen to check. yes’ thirteen hello meat‘ yJapaneser please Ihl teacher read 3 a o 9m Cover the words in 1 and 2. Listen to the sentences, then write them. b Read out your sentences. 33
  30. 30. GRAMMAR Do you ? I o l I like coffee. We live in India. © say how you spend your time ask how people spend their lime ask what people like f Yes, we have two — a girl and a boy. s 4.3 goals z l Yes, we live in the next street. 1 I (E Listen to the conversations. What words do you hear? speak watch do have you live 1 football? 3 2 Spanish? 4 near here? children? 0 Do you like coffee? ‘ D0 you live in India? ‘ Il Practice. Make questions. 1 TV? A in a bank? 7 tea? 2 in London? 5 to school? 8 the piano? 3 Italian food? 6 a mobile phone? 9 Mozart? . Keiko I live in England. I work in an office. I like Japanese food. José Ilive in the USA and I work in an offioe. I like Japanese food. I drink tea but not coffee. b Play a game. Student A, choose a person. The others, guess the person. Ask questions. 2 a (E Read and listen. Two students play a game in class. Which person is it? D lj ‘ L d 7 Q Ngyou Ve m On On Mafie I work in an A Do you like Chinese food? d? “ m New Ymk‘ B Yes. g g; I hke football and A Do you drink cotfee? i Chmese f°°d' I drink B Yes‘ o coffee. but not tea. A You're Nick I live in London and I work in an office. I like football and American food. I Parveen I live in 387m I ÌÌVG in L03591! New York and I and I work in a shop. work in a shop. I like football 3nd I drink tea and Chinese food. coffee. I like Italian food. 7 Do you live in London? D0 you like football?
  31. 31. 53V IIDW VOI] SDEIIII Wllll‘ IÌIIIB TASK READING 1 l often go to cafés. I drink coffee every day. I eat meat. I like fast food. I like Chinese food. TASK 2 3 Ileworll a0 Look at the sentences. Which are true of you? Write Yes or No in Column A. Books and films I read a lot of books. I read in bed. I read poetry. I often go to the cinema. I often watch DVDs. I watch films on TV. I play the piano. I like classical music. I listen to music on the radio. | have an MP3 player. I often go to concerts. Ask your partner questions. Write Yes or No in Column B. D0 you read a lot of books? Do you read in bed? Yes, | read every day. Which answers are the same’? Tell the class: - one thing you both do. - one thing you both like. We both read poetry. We both like Chinese food. ‘I Read the information. Find expressions with go and write them in two lists. FACT FILE: Young people in Britain 18 - 25 72% go to bed after 12.00 on Saturday night. 65% go shopping on Saturday. 30% buy clothes or music. 2% buy books. 42% go out on Friday or Saturday. Most people go to a café. a bar or a club. 15% go to the cinema. 9% go lo church or to a mosque. go fa m: go go to unn/ ersifg go shop/ mq go fa college iflflflfillllflfllflfll 2 Choose three expressions. Write true sentences about yourself.
  32. 32. Look at these examples. Add and or but in the gaps. A B We have a nice I have a flat in flat in Berlin. Berlin. It's very The rooms are small. I like it. ' big. lt has a big bGÎCOnY- I have a flat in Berlin. It's very We have a nice small. I flat in Berlin. like it. The rooms are big ì it has a big balcony. 4.4 goals write a description ioin ideas usmg and/ bui Add and or but and a sentence from the box. 1 It's a very small village. There’s no school 2 The hotel is OK. Our room is very nice 3 They're a big family. They have five children A it's a good café. The coffee is very good Write about three of these things. - a café or restaurant near you - a town or village ‘I Find these things in the photos: a o ateapot - acup - aglass It's quite noisy at night. They have very good ice cream. There are only two shops. Only one lives at home. - yourfamily o ahotel - your home 2 a Read about drinking tea in Turkey, Britaìn and Japan without a dictionary. The words in orange are new. Match the countries with the photos. m .1 . People drink tea in small glasses. usuallywith sugar. Ifyougotoashonthev sometimes give you a class ‘of tea and most people in cafés drink tea, not coffee. ‘Imam il J, ” People drink tea in cups. They Many people drink green tea. usually make ît quite strong, and People make it in a small teapot drink it with milk and sometimes and drink it in small cups. It's quite sugar. Some people have a cup 0t tea in bed in the moming befote weak. so you can drink two or three cups of it. n I Read again. Use a dictionary to help. Where do people drink: 1 cups of tea? Britain. .. 2 tea with mìtk? 3 glasses of tea? Answer the questions. 4 green tea? 5 weak tea? 6 strong tea? 1 Do most people drink tea or coffee in your country? 2 Do most people drink: - weak or strong tea? o weak or strong coffee? 3 What about you? o tea with milk or with sugar? - coffee with milk or with sugar?
  33. 33. look again €3 1 Match the verbs and the nouns. Present simple eat the guitar O I like coffee. watch to the radio | live here. l . ilisatyeln ‘t/ oatliîe cinema o : gonî: {Îke Eoffee‘ speak television o" Ne ere‘ 9° 509155“ 9 Do you like coffee? drink 3 b°°k D0 you live here? i read | meat 2 a Find groups of three words. "M tennis TV Italian book newspaper speak 5 Cwre“ the miflakes- often read football cheap listen Chinese 1 i not speak Engu5h_ sometimes expensive basketball radio 2 you eat meat? magazine good Japanese never MP3 player 3 we often “Sten the radia _ _ 4 I not like cola. h Write three sentences. Use words from the box In 5 Are you like football? each sentence. Begin: Frequency - There's a / an - In the evening often - Do you . ..? I sometimes eat fish. 3 a Complete the table. never England flglìsh I I eatfish I every day. the USA m 6 Write the sentences in the correct order. Japanese g Italian 1 I / every day / TV / watch. |ndia i , i 2 often / I / play/ with my friends / football. ,44 i Russian 3 eat / meat / They / never. I 4 to the cinema / go / sometimes / Do / you / ? b Add three more countries. CAN YOU REMEMBER? Unil 3 4 a Look at the orange words in this email. What other words could go in the same place? nvIIh-I-rwubtD-cwbb i Hi Alex, s H t e - S , Are you free on Tuesday? Let's meet a5 essmen for a pizza, How about 73o a: the Canyon say things like this in English? pizzena geua Roma? É ‘a number on each line. 1 = This is difficult. 3 = l can say this — no problem. Ilisten to the radio. b Write an email to another student. Choose a place I play tennis to meet and a time. I don't like football I eat vcgetahles every day. I never drink orange juice, I'd like two coffees, please I'll have ari orange iuice, There's a Chinese restaurant near here. I like Italian food, - For Wordcards. reierence and saving your work » E‘h0FÎÎO| IO o For more practice u» SeII-study Pack. Unit 4
  34. 34. 5.1 goals = TIIÌIIQS I0 Illllf EVEWIIHV ÌIIÌIIQS 1 a Tick [l] the words you know. Find them in the photo. Which are singular? Comma" objects Which are plural? — 7 ' T} apen abottle apostcard astamp aglass amagazine asandwich glasses awatch sunglasses anewspaper N They're glasses. Is it a glass? l. ) (r Listen to check. c Student A. say a number. m Student B, say what it is. 2 Student A, choose one of the things from 1. - . Draw a picture of it. line by line. “°*""'”'""°"’“a Student B. guess what it is. C) 1 a Look at the plural forms in the box. Write them in two lists. Singular and . . , plural nouns pens glasses sunglasses stamps postcards sandwiches} magazines newspapers +s +es pens stamps glasses i; When do we add —s in the plural? When do we add —es? c C! w Listen. Practise saying the words.
  35. 35. 2 a Look at the kiosk. What do you think they sell? Choose five things from the box in 1a. b v Listen to the owner of the kiosk. 1 Which things do they sell? 2 Do they sell food? 3 Do they sell drinks? 3 a v ÈE) Listen to the conversations. What are the questions? 1 2 A stamps? A Excuse me, Newsweek? e No, sorry, we don't. a Newsweek, yes. Here you are. b O Ask and answer the questions. i 543,}, g‘ lo Role play. Have conversations ata kiosk. Work in A/ B pairs. A. read your role cards on p90. B, read your role cards on p95. [ i "Tgrg-YETÎT 717' 1 0 Listen and write the numbers. O Numbers, prices 60 70 80 90 100 We say: ._ ”’. ’ g‘ i’ 9 16 Sîxteèn eighty seventy sixty 60 a hundred Ùnmety 7 60 5'” 2 What are these prices? i-acabulary reference, p105 a . Ch - “i? " p - "'7'. " c Coffe‘, €2 7 à 4: v Tea €1:3O. 3 v F13 Listen to the conversations. i tor food and drink, p117 ‘ " What do the people want? _ . a - f i How much i5 n? sandwiches 2.70 ‘H. 1 She wants Byrger _ 34o v . ne” Pizza (shce) 4.80 Îz‘ Îzi g 5"" 2 H? Wams Salads small 1.90 I , a- - y y ‘t 5 large 3.40 -. a , g, lo Have conversations like this. Student A. : Orange juice 0_8() L —. . . . __ ' choose something to eat and drink. . Cola o 60 —4 Std tB, h m‘. 4 . ' u e" say ow muc ' ‘S MIneraI water 0.40 I Coffee 1.25 ‘ Tea 0.70 UMSSWGIÌI IEHÈHBQÉ v 3K You will hear two teachers. What do they say? Listen 2 Write the words in your language. and number the expressions in order I1. 2. 3 . ..]. 1 say Teacher 1 Teacher 2 2 mgethe’ Again. Sandwich. Ask your partner questions. 3 evéwone Say sandwich. i OK, everyone. 4 p3“ Very good. In pairs. 5 partner All together. Work with a partner. 6 393'" 7 OK. everyone. Thats rìght.
  36. 36. («Dchoose and buy things clothes 1 a CE Look at the pictures. clothes What are the clothes? Listen to check. 0 say what clothes you wear ask about prices say what colours you like trofisers suit bag skirt hat blouse shirt dress pullover coat jeans jacket T—shirt tie shoes These words are plural: h Which Cmthes d°= trousers jeans 1 men wear? E H" H" 5 2 women wear? we 315° 53V‘ 3 men and women wear? a pair of trousers a pair of jeans 2 a Which clothes do you often wear? Write three lists. v I often wear v I sometimes wear v I never wear i b Talk to another student. Say what you wear. n‘, v At home, l v Ata art , I v At work / school. l P Y I II la GRAMMR 1 I Look at these questions and answers. What words go in the gaps? Ho-W’ much y A How much the skirt? A How much the trousers? a €34.50. a E44. II Look at the clothes on this page. How much are they? Say the prices. c Ask and answer questions. Numbers 2 ‘ì Listen. What is the question? Do the people say the same thing? 100 = a hundred _ _ . 20o = two hundred 3 Work m groups. How much are these m your country? Do you all think the same? 25D = ‘m’ hundred "d m” v a cheap suit v a cheap coat v a cheap pair of shoes v a cheap pullover v aT-shìrt v a paìr oì jeans
  37. 37. colours 1 a (E What colour are the T-shirts? 0 Listen and say the words. Colours ‘red grey white green black brown yellow blue b Cover the pictures on plo0. Can you remember the colours? 2 What clothes do you have at home? Ask other students if they have: Men Women . brown shoes a blue shirt red shoes a green pullover Pflwu‘ "“""°°”’"a a yellow T-shirt a black suit a black dress a white T—shirt L| sTEN| NG 1 (E3 Listen to Olga, Ben and Donna. What colours do they like? Write O, B or D. 1 red F1 3 yellow 5 brown 7 white 2 blue 4 green 6 black 8 grey GRAMMAR 2 a (E Read and listen to these sentences. 0 He / she doesn't + verb o c l I like black clothes. I don't like black clothes. l l He likes black clothes. He doesn't like black clothes. Non’, = h Practice. Make these sentences negative. 'd° "°‘ 1 | like red. A She wears bluejeans. He doesn't = 2 He likes green. 5 I wear a hat. He does not 3 My mother wears black. 6 My father wears a tie at work. I: Read these sentences. Are they true? lf not. change them. 1 Olga often wears black clothes. 4 Ben likes grey. 2 She likes brown clothes. 5 He wears red clothes. 3 She doesn't like red. 6 He likes yellow. 3 a What colours do you wear? Tell your partner. - Ilike v Id0n't like - I often wear - Id0n't wear h Say two sentences about your partner: - She likes / doesn't like - He often wears - He doesn't wear Sound: and snollino the sound [al ‘I (E The letters a, e and er often have the 2 a Look at these words. he le/ sound. sound la! if they are not stressed. Listen. G 0_ O O _ i o wan‘@ sentence hospital never number wordswitha wordswithe wordswith er , , , _ , about listen father cola parents Chîna chîld ren sîster C O O company often trousers b Listen m check_
  38. 38. 5.3 goals © choose and buy things look at things in shops ask about price and size GRAMMAR ‘I (E Listen to each conversation. Which picture is it? WS. N7956 Which word do you hear: this or these? 0 1 I like lamp. 2 Do you like carpet? 3 Look at plates. 4 I really like bags. ""5 “a5 6 511°" Sound Singularl=1) Plural l= 2, 3. 4 . ..l t 4"” Ilike this bag. I like these bags. x85: has 31°“ 5°”"d Look at this carpet. Look at these carpets. t ti! B _ , _ fl 2 Make sentences with this or these. Begin with Look at or l like . 1 books. 4 lamps. 7 jeans. Look al these books. 2 sunglasses. 5 T-shirts. 8 shoes. 3 plate. 6 . ..jacket. 9 . ..watch. Ilikethese books. Quostions ano answers 1 Match the questions with the answers. 1 How much is this plate? a They're 10 euros each. 2 How much are these cups? b lt's large. 3 What size is this coat? c It's 35 euros. 2 Add words in the gaps. 1 A _ __ pens? 3 A shoes? B They're 3.50 B , size 44. 2 A , _, _jumper? 4 A 9, lamp? B I think it's medium. B It's 55 euros. 3 You are in a shop. Ask and answer questions. Use these words: “ î——°"’"' - lamp? - shoes? 0 cups? - coat? - jumper? - pens?
  39. 39. D a glass glasses Use in or on. se? ÙIÎ/ glasses or a pair of glasses Itovworo in, on ‘I Look at these things. o What are they? Where are they? 2 Look at the man. What are his questions? What are the answers? my glasses? my mobile? my pen? 3 Think about your own house or flat. Where are these things? your phone fruit and vegetables cups and glasses tea or coffee books and magazines They're the bag. - my guitar? - my keys? — my books? You are at the market in the picture. You want to buy a T-shirt. What questions can you ask? Have a conversation. Student A, you have 520. You want to buy: - a T-shirt. - a bag. - a pair ofjeans. - one other thing. Student B. you have market stall B. Sell things to A. Look at your Price Guide on p9D. Now change roles. Student B. you have S20. You want to buy: - six glasses. - some books. - alamp. - one otherthing. Student A, you have market stall A. Sell things to B. Look at your Price Guide on p97. It's the table.
  40. 40. Plonlsnoaltin 5.4 goal use sorry and excuse me in conversations sorry/ excuse me sarry/ excuse me 1 a (E Look at pictures 1-3. Listen and choose the words you hear. b G Practise saying sorry and excuse me. . Are g, where's the station? . I think this is your bag. , I don't know. 2 a Look at pictures 4-7. Write sorry or excuse me in the gaps. b (E Listen to check. 3 Choose a picture. Practise a conversation. 1 Read without a dictionary and match with the photos. The words in orange are new. 7% 4T È 5 Peter from Britain i‘ simon from Gennany “Vani non: India I always wear a sui: at People in offices wear I atweys wear a seri at work. In most offices, quite casual clothes work. This is a kind of men wear a suit and in Germany. Men and long ootton dress and a ne, o; a jacket and women often wear it's oool. so it's good in trousers. Women also jeans and a shirt or a not weathen wear quite forma] blouse, or a T-shirt in Most women in offioes clothes: a suit or a the summer. I usually wear a sari. Men skirt. or sometimes wear jeans and a shirt usually wear trousers trousers. but not jeans. at work — I never wear and a shirt. They “a 5 a tîel sometimes wear a tie. " but not a jacket. 2 I Write the country lor countriesl next to the sentences. 1 Most men wear a tie at work. Britain 2 Most men wear a suit or a jacket and trousers. 3 Women wear a long dress. 4 Men don't usually wear a jacket. 5 It's quite normal to wear jeans at work. b What do you think the words in orange mean? 3 Think of someone you know who works in an office. Write two or three sentences. 1 What does he / she wear? 2 What do most people wear?
  41. 41. look auain €5 ‘l Make expressions. Use words from A and B. Present simple 0 O B I, we. you. they I. we. you, they a bottle coffee J 3 P3" 193115 I like coffee. I don't like coffee. a 9l355 lemwîade They live in London. They don't live in London. sunglasses 0 O a bottle of lemonade He, she. it He. she, il 2 a Fimi 9r°ups °f ‘hree wwds" She likes coffee. She doesn't like coffee. r He lives in London. He doesn't live in London. twenty sunglasses yellow shirt glasses red postcard pizza suit twelve eighty i burger pullover stamp pen sandwich Ù"""""""‘°‘n| “°‘ watch green 7 Write the negative form. b LNrite thhrcleje sentences or qBueetions. Use words 1 l “Ve in Ital)’. rom t e ox In each one. egm: 2 He likes books‘ 1 - He often wears 3 Paula works in Paris. - How much is . ..? 4 They have a son. - Do you sell . ..? 5 He wears glasses. 3 Write the numbers. 8 Write the sentences in the correct order. a 70 seventy e 55 1 you / stamps / sell / Do / ? b 20 f 82 2 How / coat / this / much / is / 7 c 17 g 12 3 l / clothes / black / wear/ often d 33 h 28 4 shoes / these / are / size / What / ? 1 ‘ SPELUNG Singular and plural nouns 1 lo Correct the mistakes in these words. 9 Write the plural forms. 1 jaket 1 lamp lamps 6 shoe 2 shues 2 watch 7 dress 3 wotch 3 postcard 8 sandwich 4 sandvich 4 glass 9 this 5 chocolat 5 woman 6 frute _ CAN YOU REMEMBER? Unit1. 5 Continue these expressions. 1 I speak 2 I read 3 ‘listen m SeIf-assessment 4 I watch 5 | have Cankyou say things like this in English? 5 | go {ilja number on each line. _ _ _ 1 = This is difficult. 3 = l can say this — no problem. 6 a Choose another student. Write fnve things you think you know. Do vou sell stamps’ Do you have newspapers? À , ‘ How much nsthxs book‘? k/ Cflffld/ i Uvfik , it's 515.95. . ' r 74 I » , M ‘VQQKÒ ‘"4 "l" I never wear a hat h‘? rawb d" "gwWxL/ É" ‘aver? “mi” Ioften wear bluejeans. She doesn't like brown clothes II Ask him / her questions to check. What 5'“? ‘S ‘V’ D0 you speak Italian’) o For Wordcards, relerence and savmq your work n 541901110110 - For more pracnce n Selt-study Pack‘ Umt 5
  42. 42. 6.1 goals 62 talk about things you do every day talk about your daily routine EIIGW IIîW In ‘ha mornillll 1 a (In People often do these things in the morning. Listen and practise. 0 Daily routine b Which things do you do? First l wake un c What do you do first? Then what? Write a list. The” d Tell another student. 2 a Look at the photo. What is Emmals job? Do you think she gets up early or tate? b É Listen and write numbers (1, 2, 3 . ..l. get up 1 have a cup of coffee go to work read the paper have breakfast have a shower 3 a Add verbs to the table. Then talk about Emma. I He I she I get up. I have coffee. She up. She coffee. She gets up. Then she b Now say what your partner does in the morning. Can you remember? “ai” "Infine 1 a These people work in a 24-hour supermarket. 1 Who works in the morning?7 ‘ima up atfivemmemmîngand go m 2 Wh° W°rk5 Ì" the afterÎmî)“ work at about six [start work a: seven. Ì Wh° W°rk5 ‘n the evenmg‘ Ifinish work atthree inthe aftemoon, Whe" are they both a’ W°rk7 then come home and have lunch. I get up et about ten or eleven. I start work at two in the aftemoon I flnish work at ten in the evening and I usually come home at about * """“)' eleven. Then I watch TV and go to bed at two or three in the morning. b Find pairs of expressions. Add them to the table. ‘ A lgetup . _9Ll0.l@ 1 Lstart work . _ K
  43. 43. GRAMMAR 2 a A friend talks about Salman. Read and add verbs to the tables. Present simple: -s/ -es endîngs ‘.3; _o ' waìuheswandhegoestobedatabmntwodrthreemthavmotflùxg. I, we, you. they He / she l, we, you. they He / she get up _99_?5AP_ go , start e finish come _ watch b How are the verbs in A and B different? c Write sentences about Carla. VOCABULARY 1 a (E Four people say where they have lunch. Listen. Who says these things? Write 1, 2, 3 or 4. Frequency - I have lunch in a restaurant. 3 - I have a bar of chocolate. o I have lunch at home. - I have a sandwich. v I have lunch in a café. - I have a cup of coffee. b What do they say? Add words from the box. Then listen again to check. G km3?? ?“ sometimes never always Ùsually UHC have a sandwich 1 I have lunch in a café. 3 I have lunch at work. a cup ofcoffee 2 I go out to a restaurant. 4 I _ have lunch. c Write the words. 0% 100W. ) 2 a Make these sentences true of you. Add always, usually, sometimes or never. 1 I have a big breakfast. A l have lunch in a restaurant. 2 I have coffee with breakfast. 5 l have breakfast at home. 3 I have lunch at home. 6 I have breakfast before 7.00. F"""""“Î"""°"”'°’ b Tell another student what you do. GHSSIIIOIII Iflllflllflflfl let's . 9011111101! .9 1 a The pictures show an English class. The class is from 5.45 to 6.30. Write verbs in the gaps. open play start finish close Could you __ ' ____. Could you , Let's a game. OK. it's 6.30. the door. please? the window? Let's now. b (E Listen to check. 2 Write these expressions in your language. 1 Let's 2 Could you . ..?
  44. 44. © talk about things you do every day dcscribe transport lfl towns VOCABULARY 1 a É Match the words and the pictures. 35" W’ 56v IWW “I 9M ‘U III-MS Transport Then listen 1° check- 0 train taxi bus underground ‘boat plane tram b Look at the photos on page 90. M0 cities b Read the sentences. Do you think they are about London or Istanbul? go by 1 You can go everywhere by underground. go by bus 2 You can go to many places by boat. go by ca, - 3 There are lots of taxis. They're not too expensive. go by boat 4 You can go by taxi. but it's very expensive. 5 There are no trams, but there are buses. c (E Two people talk about London and Istanbul. Listen to check your answers. 2 a (E Listen. 0 Practise saying the sentences. There I's/ are You can There's a metro. You can go by underground. There are lots of taxis. You can go by boat. b Practice. Add there is. there are or you can to these sentences. 1 In New York, lots of taxis. 4 In Shanghai, go by boat. 2 In Tokyo. go everywhere by metro. 5 In Cairo, a new underground. 3 In Bogotà, buses and taxis but no trams. 6 In London, go by train to the airport. VOCABULARY 3 E Listen to the two people again. What do they say? d‘ ' . A Jectwes cheap expensive fast slow good very 900d 1 The London Underground is 4 Taxis in Istanbul are It-S 90m 2 Taxis in London are 5 Buses in Istanbul are quite 90ML 3 Buses in London are 6 Boats in Istanbul are 4 a Think about the town where you live. Write three or four sentences about transport. b Read your sentences to other students. D0 they agree?
  45. 45. Jî’ ' --— 14 1 a 0 s I Listen to the conversation. Where does she want to go? What s the answer? I How Can get — Excuse me, how can | getto . ..? v You can b Practice. What are the questions? What are the answers? 1 the town centre? (tram, underground] 2 Paris? ltrain. plane. bus] 3 Oxford? ltrain, bus) 4 Malta? (plane, boat] 2 a Write questions about: 1 a place in this town. 140W can Ijet +0 H40 Hilton Hotel? 2 anothertown. How cavi I jet ‘l'0 Moscow? Ask how lo gel to a place, p1 18 b Ask other students your questions. - . 5,7 v -. ' ma‘. .. E: ialllklr'îlll" 1 . Match the expressions to the pictures. sua-tante igo by car Wgo by bike walk cycIe drive I drive = go by car cycle = go by bike 2 a 6E I Listen to the four people. Underline the correct words. oomn: cycles, goes by bus. goes by train. OLGA: walks, drives. goes by bus. BEN: cycles, drives. goes by train. emu: walks, drives. goes by train. b 6 E I Where do they work? Listen again to check. 3 What about you? How do you go to work / school? - Ialways - Isometimes - Iusually. .. - Inever. .. Sounds and SDBIIÌHQ ; , ‘ i o 53D The letter o often has these sounds. The letters 0a and 0o have these sounds. O sometimes company mother 2 3 v 32K Add these words to exercise 1. Listen to check. no brother cogk hospital Monday so look rniosque boat sorry‘ b v You will hear five expressions. Listen and practise saying them. How many can you remember? Write them down. 49
  46. 46. 50 "’"5Î17‘. Î’I-'îì?1î Present simple questions 3.3 goais a - -m e ma a c ‘n. J'y. J-în-I uvhlî‘, nulììîìsv» 1 a uèzfi Listen. What are the questions? r‘ “M Write them correctly. ruzÎÎhntÎfrqu 1 When / you finish work‘? 2 Where / you have lunch? 3 How / you go to work? T‘ b What are the man's answers? Ì , - c Listen again. What do we know about: a Friday? a the café? lv hisoffice? : t‘ l f; l i 2 a 0 92D Look at these questions and listen. 0 ‘ j‘ — , 1' Do you get up at 6.00’? —> When do you get up? Do you live in London? ' "i 7 , ‘ —> Where do you live? "' D0 you go to school by bus? _ . ‘ —> How do you go to school? aYî ‘ b Write questions with When. Where or How. 1 D0 you work ina bank? ‘ _ ‘Ì 2 Do you start work at 7.00? 3 Do you have lunch at home? 4 Do you come home at 5.00? 5 c A . r f: 7 Do you go to work by car? sk and answer the questions. T “w” o > . ,. 4x 1 a How can you answer this question? What do you do in the evening? b i '735 Look at the sentences and listen. 0 I do a lot in the evening. I don't do a lot in the evening. What do you do in the evening? c Match the questions with the answers. What do you do in the morning? What do you do at lunchtime? What do you do after work? What do you do in the evening? boom- | usually buy a sandwich and sit in the park. I have a shower, then l have breakfast. Not much. I usually watch TV then go to bed early. I usually go home, but sometimes I meet friends. QÒÙW d Ask and answer the questions. Îaîflfilfiîàflfliîqfitfiî‘ al
  47. 47. m. .. mm» "e: Talk about things vou (I0 every (la)! 1 2 Look at one group of questions. You will ask these questions to other students. Check that you can remember them! 0 0 When you do get up in the morning? When do you go to work / school? Do you have a big breakfast? How do you go there? What do you do after breakfast? Or do you work from home? 0 0 When do you start work / school? When do you finish work / school? Where do you have lunch? What do you do after work / school? D0 you have a big lunch? Do you go home, go shopping or meet friends? G When do you come home? What do you do in the evening? Do you watch TV, read or go out? Work in pairs. Ask and answer all the questions below lA-El. Ask your questions to other students in the class. Note the answers on a piece of paper. TASK 3 lo Look at your answers. What do most students do? Tell the class. Most students in this class get up late and ‘Kfltfllfll nave (2) 1 I Read the quiz and guess the answers. b Now check the answers on p98. In the Hg w What do most adults (1 8+) i Choose the answer you think is correct. 2 Find expressions with have and write them in three lists. have = eat have = drink have breakfast have a cup of Most people: coffee (a) have a shower in the morning. (b) don't have a shower in the morning. (a) have breakfast with their family. 3 Choose three expressions. Write true sentences (b) dm" have bmakfast with the" famìw‘ about yourself. (a) have lunch at home. (b) don't have lunch at home. - Ihave - Id0n't have (a) have a meal in a restaurant every week. (b) have three meals in a restaurant every week. (a) have a burger every week. (b) have three burgers every week. (a) have a cup of coffee in the morning. (b) have a cup of tea in the moming. (a) have one can of cola every day. (b) have three cans of cola every day. 51
  48. 48. LOOK auain C) 1 a Find pairs of words. Present simple -s endings lunch station tram finish start walk haiirport breakfast drive never always bus Ly°u'we_they___ l‘ t b Which words can go in the gaps? lseen 1 I usually lo work. W631‘ 2 How can I getto the ? 3 | , work at 7.00. É Eîgahgg: there by "—"' I. you, we, they Ho, she ' “A watch watches 2 Add verbs to these expressions. go goes 1 lunch finish finishes 2 , to work _ _ 3 a cup of coffee Present simple - questions l» the paper o e Ì e r r t‘) Èhîjradk’ I work in Tokyo. Where do you work? Î ° e I get up at 6.00. When do you get up? 3 How can you get: They go to school by bus. How do they go to school? 1 from your home to the centre of town? 2 from your town to the next town? 3 from your town to London? Can SPELLING o 1, write the words corretti, You can get there by plane. Can I get there by plane? How can I get there? usualy lanch brekfast showr expencive 7 Each sentence has one mistake. Correct it. s°mfimes She start work at 9.00. CAN YOU REMEMBER? Unit 5 Whm V°“ “a” “m”? How I can getto the airport? 5 a Look at these things. Which can you buy at: The Childre" 9095 ΰ 5Ch°°l b)’ bike- ’| a kiosk? The film finishs at 10.30. 2 a clothes shop? OeUlbbdkìfl Uîàfidkî-‘i a pair of sunglasses a suit a skirt a newspaper a tie a postcard a coat ‘ i a sandwich a pen a hat lf- t b Add three more things for each place. Se assessmen Can you say things like this in English? 6 Close your books and play a memory game. ‘C Ìîa number on each line. Add plural nouns. 1 = This is difficult. 3 = I can say this — no problem. A At the kiosk, you can buy stamps. '96‘ UP a‘ 7 U9 e At the kiosk you can buy stamps and postcards, lhavc b! cakfast a! home. c At the kìosk you can buy stamps, postcards and . . I usually nmsh work at 5 3o. You can get there by tindorgrnund There are buses to the airport. How can I gel lo. 7 Whvn (m ynu start v/ ork7 I For Wordcards, reference and savmg your work n e-Porflollo - For more practrce n Seibstudy Pack. Umt 6
  49. 49. lOOK OOOÌII C) 1 a Find pairs of words. Present simple -s endings lunch station tram finish start walk haiirport breakfast drive never always bus Ly°u'we_they___ l‘ t b Which words can go in the gaps? lseen 1 I usually to work. W631‘ 2 How can I getto the ? 3 | , work at 7.00. É Eîgahgg: there by "—"' I. you, we, they Ho, she ' “A watch watches 2 Add verbs to these expressions. go goes 1 lunch finish finishes 2 , to work _ _ 3 a cup of coffee Present simple - questions l» the paper o e Ì e r r t‘) Èhîjradk’ I work in Tokyo. Where do you work? Î ° e I get up at 6.00. When do you get up? 3 How can you get: They go to school by bus. How do they go to school? 1 from your home to the centre of town? 2 from your town to the next town? 3 from your town to London? Can SPELLING o 1, write the words corretti, You can get there by plane. Can I get there by plane? How can I get there? usualy lanch brekfast showr expencive 7 Each sentence has one mistake. Correct it. s°mfimes She start work at 9.00. CAN YOU REMEMBER? Unit 5 Whm V°“ “a” “m”? How I can getto the airport? 5 a Look at these things. Which can you buy at: The Childre" 9095 ΰ 5Ch°°l b)’ bike- 1 a kiosk? The film finishs at 10.30. 2 a clothes shop? OeUlbbdkìfl Uîàfidfxî-‘i a pair of sunglasses a suit a skirt a newspaper a tie a postcard a coat ‘ i a sandwich a pen a hat lf- t b Add three more things for each place. Se assessmen Can you say things like this in English? 6 Close your books and play a memory game. ‘C Ìîa number on each line. Add plural nouns. 1 = This is difficult. 3 = I can say this — no problem. A At the kiosk, you can buy stamps. '96‘ UP a‘ 7 U9 e At the kiosk you can buy stamps and postcatds, lhavc b! cakfast a! home. c At the kìosk you can buy stamps, postcards and . . t llstltlliy finish work at 5 3o. You can get there by tindergrntmd There are buses to the airport. How can I gel lo. 7 Whvn (10 ynu start v/ ork7 I For Wordcards, reference and savmg your work n e-Porflollo - For more practrce n Selbstudy Pack. Umt 6
  50. 50. 7.1 goals E» talk about things you did or saw say what you often do at the weekend say what you Citd last weekend last week VOCABULARY 1 Where are you on this line? In the green part, or in the blue part? Actìvities I stay at home at l go out a lot at — the weekend. the weekend. 2 a Read the magazine quiz. Which questions go with the pictures? You 0nd your weekend What kind of person ore you al the weekend? Do you like o quiet weekend ot home? Ordo you go out a lot? Answer the questions to see your ‘weekend profila’. Write 1 or 0 beside each question. I = I often do this. 0 = I don't often (or never) do this. - write emoils? - go for a walk? - phone friends or family? - go to the cinema? - watch TV or o DVD? - go fo o party? Do you: A - cook meals? - have lunch out? - listen to music? - meet friends? - work? - go shopping? lliiii" I often go shopping on Saturday. | never work at the weekend. C Add up the score in each column. Which is more, A or B? last saturuav 1 I Connie. André and Olga talk about last Saturday. Who do you think says A. B. C? b Work in pairs. Ask the questions. Write your partners score. READING and LISTEN| NG l “ On Saturday I got up late. about 10.30 in the moming. I stayed at o home, and I listened to music. Then I phoned a friend and we went into town, we went shopping. And in the evening I went to a party. ’ ’ ‘ ‘ This moming I got up early, went shopping. Then I oooked some o lunch. In the aftemoon I went for a walk. The weather was beautiful. In the evening I stayed at: home, just watched TV. i a In the morning I just stayed at home. I worked on my computer, G wrote some emails. Then I met a friend in town. We went shopping for some CDs. In the evening I went to the cinema. ‘i E a 3‘ b (ì Listen to check. C f. Listen again. Each person says more things. What are they?
  51. 51. GRAM MAR Past simple 2 (Ì Write the past forms of the verbs. Then listen. 0 positive Regular Irregular Verb Past Verb Past stay stayed get up got ug listen p go phone have cook write watch meet side, and the past form on the other side. b Test each other. 1 Student A. take a piece of paper and say the verb. 2 Student B, say the past form. 4 a These sentences are about last weekend. Add I or We and a verb. 1 lunch in a restaurant. 4 to the cinema. 2 up early and to the radio. 5 at home and TV. 3 a friend and shopping. 6 some emails. b Which parts are true of you? Underline them. Yllllf WBGKGIIII WRITING and 1 Look at the sentences. Who are they about: Olga, André or Connie? SPEAKING He meta friend. André She got up early. h“ ‘impu’ hrm’ She stayed at home in the morning. l They went shopping in the afternoon. He / she “ayed They went to the cinema. O*U'18-(aJf)—| went They She went out in the evening. 2 a Think about last weekend. Write three things you did. Use verbs from these two pages. b Work in pairs. Tell your partner what you did. c Tell the class about your partner. classronm Iannuano Instnlctinns (z) 4 One word is different. Circle it. 5 One word is not a colour. Cross it out. a brown b white c busy 3 I Write the verbs in 2 on pieces of paper. Write the verb on one go -fl—é-& 3 Which sentence is true of you? Put a tick by it. a I stayed at home yesterday. b I went out yesterday. a meat b milk c rice d fish red wen+ ‘m. .. <- ‘l Match the words with the instructions. 2 Follow the instructîons. 1 Circle the word. a blue 1 Underline the correct word. 2 Underline the MK b blue I a stayd b stayed c staied 3 cr°55 9”‘ ‘ha Wwd- C m 2 Put a cross by the correct sentence. l‘ 9”‘ 3 “ck bY ‘he W°"d- d “"9 x a l goed to the cinema. b I went to the cinema. 5 Put a cross by the word. e blue
  52. 52. 7.2 goals _ | was {nere i —i ask and say where people were 1 Read Tom's email. Who are the Say where you were people in the photos? " i i i ann Only three people were at the meeting yesterday. I was there. of course. ano Hassan and Pauia were there B-J. Mana was "r. nosow ano Boss '555 c". Hoîwoag‘. ÀWC Pater was busy ° o GRAMMAR 2 a Complete the table with was or were. was, were . Singular Plural I We were _ He / She They b Add was or were to the sentences. 1 | in London on Monday. 2 They at home yesterday. 3 We Z. on holiday. 4 They in Paris last year. 5 My mother ill. 6 She here on Monday. 3 (ED Listen to Tom. Choose the words he says. 0 1 i wasg/ j/yasnfit at the meeting. 2 Boris and Maria were/ werenflt at the meeting. 3 Peter waslwasnît. there. A lt wasu/ A/vasrift a very good meeting. Singular Plural l wasn't We weren't He / She wasn't They werent [wasn't = was not] [weren't = were not] non WRITING L a Who wrote this email? b Write an email like this. Use words from A and B. orneeting yesterday last night party ‘iill busy i Regards‘ Hi Tom, sorry I wasn‘t at the meeting 0 on Tuesday. I was on holiday. London hoiiday English ciass Tuesday
  53. 53. lluestions 1 a Look at the photo. Who are the people? II (Ì Listen. Are the sentences true or false? Change the false sentences. GRAMMAR Were you . ..? 1 Hassan was at the party. 2 lt was a good party. 3 Peter was at the party. 4 Peter was busy. 2 I Complete the questions in the bubbles. b (E Listen again to check. 0 o o i You were at home. Were you at home? i Where were you? i 3 a Write the questions in the correct order. 1 you / were / Where / on Saturday / ? 2 at home / you / last night / Were / ‘.7 3 you / yesterday afternoon / Where lwere / ? A here / you / last week / Were / ? 5 at the weekend / you / were / Where/ ? b Ask and answer the questions. Where were vuu? VOCABULARY 1 Look at the photos. Where do you think the people are? Place expressions at home in bed at work ata oarty asleep in a café on holiday ata meeting L, 2 Play a game. 1 Student A, you phoned B: ‘Phmed VO“ la“ "ight- - last night. - last weekend. - last week Where were YOU? - last Thursday. - yesterday at 3.30. - on Friday "#2" ‘g B wasn't there. Ask where he / she was. Èfiufi" "‘°""°°' ""0 2 Student B. answer A. Think of a different answer each time. i sounus aml snellintl 13:1. I3’! 1 (E These words all have the long sound lax/ 2 o‘ Add these words to exertbe l. (or /3’/ l. Listen to a British and an Amerìcan Listen to check. person. How are they different? G Thursday person shirt work sian 3 a (E Cover the words in 1 and 2. [Lita-h thirty church word weren't the expre5si°n5_ h Read out the expressions.
  54. 54. I A film called a book by verb past go went see saw read read / red/ tzji-lilélî Iniziai. ..“ Adjectives a long book a short book an Interesting book a bormg book a cheap book an expensive book Vocabulary reference. p1 14 rì nÎ-flu-n-îw- -—- . . . . . u. ‘ u: a. m.-n. .. rn 1 a Talk about pictures A-D. ' I‘ "W ‘I’ “- 1'" Use these words. i» a book - a film » a restaurant - a café e It's by It's called «r: » GAdeIphî. e The o C É 745i}? . e _ H; STREETS OF NEW v_ - 1 5gg; _ ‘i _ ì « , YORK (USA, 2010) S E 5.30, 8.00, 10.30 b v il’) Listen. What do the people say? Choose the expressions you hear. 0 - a film called - a restaurant called w We wentto. .. - We saw. .. - a book by - Iread 2 Writing game. Look on p91. , una 1 Match the expressions with the pictures. 2 a Read these sentences. Are they about: ° a book or film? ° a café? - a restaurant? a It's quite short, but it‘s very good. b It's quite expensive. but the food's wonderful. c It's terrible. It's quite long and it's very boring. d It's OK. The coffee's not very good, but it's very cheap. b Add the words to the table. ' ' g n0.t very good terrible very good I quite g°od_ i wonderful very bad 7 It's 0K, ‘.2 C - Listen to check. O _ I C'è 3 " Choose things and places you know. ’ ‘Lì ’ ‘T’ Write down: ' -: - - : a café or restaurant - a cinema - a magazine or newspaper s . :_ t- -‘-. of the things and places in your list? Use adjectives from 1 and 2
  55. 55. Î-tfi LP-‘ÉÉ-‘IIIÀIÉ 1 a You will hear five people. What do you think they say? Make sentences from these notes. WÉ; Marx fa a Topa/ lese Japanese restaurant Saturday - food quite good, very expensive restaurant‘ on Sofwday. new café Copacabana yesterday - coffee good, not very expensive 1 2 ‘ma Food tua: gufi-p, 3 book Stephen King — 0K. very long l bug, n, M12 ‘ed 4 club Los Banditos last night - not very good — drinks expensive, music really bad 3' ma 5 Chinese restaurant weekend — very cheap, food really good expen I b c Listen to check. h; ‘f-miîl I ', 2 a Choose one ofthese: v a film you saw recently [in the cinema. on TV, or DVD]. I , Zeìfeesrlteryday. - a cafe or restaurant you went to recently. las, weekend_ a a book you read recently. ‘a5’ Week " b Write a sentence about it. Use went to, saw or read, and say when. A1 the ueeLend, I went to a Last week I read a book. by café called Caéé Nero. Isabel Allende called Eva Lund. c Prepare to talk about it. What was it like lgood, bad. interesting. expensive . ..I? r’ [+31 3 a Talk to three or four other students. b Tell the class something you heard from another student. {amatori : :.: , Ltflv‘ , i Ì. - 1 Complete the sentences. Use a verb from the table. Verb Past simple ‘h? ’ « ’ ‘v- see saw I watch watched _ look at looked at 95'“ 1 Let's stay at home and TV. you see a mm 2 I . a very interesting film recently. i: go m the cinema] 3 On Saturday, they usually football on TV. 4 the pictures on page 35. n . 5 There's a new James Bond film. Let's go and , _ it. 6 After dinner. we old family photos together. 2 a Tick l/ I the sentences that are true. __ l‘ Last weekend: I v 1 I watched TV. t" ““' - 2 I watched a film on TV. You watch TV. 3 Iwatched a DVD. a football match. 4 Isaw a film at the cinema. a DVD. 5 I looked at family photos. You watch a film. 6 I went to the shops and looked al clothes. b Work in pairs. Tell your partner about the things in 2a. Say: « what you saw. watched, or looked at. v where you were. F‘ _ - what it was like lgood, bad. interesting . ..? ]. i ‘jw-r" - who was with you. , 3 ‘a E . You look ata photo. a picture.
  56. 56. .. .— I 7.4 goals g reply lo requests 3 a (E Listen to the conversations. Which reply do you hear each time? iyes noproblem sorry yeah ofcourse" Ino sure youcan youcan't b Practise the question and answers. 1 a You are at a friend's flat. What questions could you ask? Add Can I use or Can I have. t) 0 0 I your computer? Can I have a drink? Yes, you can. No, you can't. 2 a drink? ’ ’ ”’ à ‘ " 3 Your bike? l. Student A. you are ata friend's flat. Ask two 4 something ÌO eat? questions with Can I . ..? and say why. 5 your phone? Student B, reply. b (E Listen to check. 0 “i “ma”, ""1 2 Choose a sentence to go with each question in 1a. a I'm thirsty. Can I have a drink? I'm thirsty. b lwant to read my emails. c I want to call my sister. d I want to go to the shops. e I'm hungry. ncross culture: lemmi " 1 An Italian woman talks about families now and families in the 1950s. The words in orange are new. Read quickly without a dictionary. Which photo shows: 1 her mother? 2 hergrandmother? é d‘ Q ‘ i 3 her husband? ‘ When my mother was a child, only women did the housework. My grandfather worked and my 2 Which sentences are true and whìch are false? grandmother stayed at home with the family. She Use a dictionary to help. went shopping. bought the food. cooked the meals and cleaned the flat. My grandfather made coffee sometimes and he cooked barbecues. But really. cookmg was my grandmothers job. My mother helped her because she was a girl, but the men in the family didn't help at all. __‘ i 5* 4 her grandfather? 1 Her grandmother went out to work. Her grandfather went out to work. Her grandfather never cooked. Her mother helped with jobs in the home. She and her husband both go out to work. Her husband never cleans the flat. She never cooks meals. 'IO*U'IJ—QJI) 3 a Think about your own family. Who does these things in the home? - Who cooks the food? - Who buys the food? - Who cleans your flat / house? - Who helps? l ‘ I ls this the same in most families in your country? È ‘4 In our family now. it's quite different. My husband and I both have jobs and we both do jobs in the home. I usually clean the flat. but my husband often helps. We both go shopping and buy food — we usually go together at the weekend. My husband works at home, so he usually cooks the meals — I really like that! i) l "sliiîi
  57. 57. .. .— I 7.4 goals g reply to requests 3 a (E Listen to the conversations. Which reply do you hear each time? {yes noproblem sorry yeah ofcourse’ 1n0 sure youcan youcan't b Practise the question and answers. 1 a You are at a friend's flat. What questions could you ask? Add Can I use or Can I have. t) 0 0 1 your computer? Can I have a drink? Yes, you can. No, you can't. 2 a drink? ’ ’ ”’ à ‘ " 3 Your bike? l. Student A. you are ata friend's flat. Ask two 4 something ÌO eat? questions with Can I . ..? and say why. 5 your phone? Student B, reply. b (E Listen to check. 0 “i “ma”, ""1 2 Choose a sentence to go with each question in 1a. a I'm thirsty. Can I have a drink? I'm thirsty. b I want to read my emails. c I want to call my sister. d l want to go to the shops. e I'm hungry. ncross culture: Humour " 1 An Italian woman talks about families now and families in the 1950s. The words in orange are new. Read quickly without a dictionary. Which photo shows: 1 her mother? 2 hergrandmother? é d‘ Q ‘ i 3 her husband? ‘ When my mother was a child, only women did the housework. My grandfather worked and my 2 Which sentences are true and whìch are false? grandmother stayed at home with the family. She Use a dictionary to help. went shopping. bought the food. cooked the meals and cleaned the flat. My grandfather made coffee sometimes and he cooked barbecues. But really. cookmg was my grandmothers job. My mother helped her because she was a girl, but the men in the family didn't help at all. __‘ i 5* 4 her grandfather? 1 Her grandmother went out to work. Her grandfather went out to work. Her grandfather never cooked. Her mother helped with jobs in the home. She and her husband both go out to work. Her husband never cleans the flat. She never cooks meals. 'IO*U'IJ—QJI) J o Think about your own family. Who does these things in the home? - Who cooks the food? - Who buys the food? - Who cleans your flat / house? - Who helps? l ‘ I Is this the same in most families in your country? È ‘4 In our family now. it's quite different. My husband and I both have jobs and we both do jobs in the home. I usually clean the flat. but my husband often helps. We both go shopping and buy food — we usually go together at the weekend. My husband works at home, so he usually cooks the meals — I really like that! o. "#1111
  58. 58. lflflk again t": 1 a Find pairs of words or expressions. be past: was, were I/ he/ she/ it We/ youlthey 0 I was at home. You were late. He was at school. They were on holiday. 9 Iwasn‘t at home. You weren't late. He wasn't at school. They weren't on hotiday. 9 Was I at home? Were you late? Was he at school? Were they on holiday? Where was he? Where were they? iatwork boring interesting breakfast cheap on holiday early yesterday i v lunch expensive last night late i b Which words can go in the gaps? 1 The book was very . 2 l got up , this morning. 3 She isn't at home. She's 4 I saw a good film , 2 a Find the present and past verb forms. Write them in the table. una“: magna, no: get go got wrote met had 5 Write was o‘. were_ see read write went meet you at the concert? 1 2 I 7 _n't here at the weekend. 3 _ the meeting interesting? Present Past 4 We t i t in London last week. e 0‘— 5 Where John yesterday? read saw have Past simple Regular verbs 1+ -ed or -dl Irregular verbs We stayed at home. We went to the cinema. She phoned me. I saw a film. b Write five true sentences. Begin: Granflnarnfonnoo, n10: 1 I got 2 l 53W 6 Add the verb in the correct form. Use verbs from 3 Ihad the box 4 I went _ 5 I me‘ have’ go stay see meet listen write read 3 Add i" / °” / a‘ / ‘ ‘ = "°"‘i"9‘ i" the 93P5- 1 We , 53,4, a very good meeting yesterday. 1 l was ill _ , the weekend. 2 W? e - c0193 a‘ the SÎBÎÎOIÌ- ' 2 They were è’ V home’ M°nday_ 3 I _ at home and _ to the radio. 3 She was holiday last week. 4 she è Èh9 email 371d 3 T991)! - 4 [was out 13st night 5 I a friend and we , to the cinema. 5 the afternoon, we went for a walk. CAN YOU REMEMBER? Unit 6 4 a Look at the expressions in orange. What other expressions could go in the same place? se'f'a55e55me"‘ 1 I get up at about 8.30 in the morning. 931 7°“ 53V ‘N5095 “k9 ""5 Ì" 5719115” 2 I usually have lunch at work. ‘ÎIVÉÌÉW "Umbeî 0" 9331M‘? - 3 i usually drive io we, -k. but sometimes 1 = This is difficult. 3 = I can say this - no problem. I 9° by bUS- I tua‘; ai the FHOOÎIHQ yesterday 4 In the evening, I often watch TV. “W m“. m, hondny m, Wppk h Write four sentences like those in 4a: two true W H1‘ ‘Write you U5 "Gh" and two false. Can other students guesswhich are I ‘slam ai 11mm“ and viatchcrd TV true and are false? I saw a good him on Saturday. I Iudd o book by, called I1 was roaily interi-istinti I For Wordcards, referente and savinq your work n e-Porflolio - F01 more pmclico n Seli-sludy Pack. Uni! 7 G1
  59. 59. READING 1 WB 83W CAIRO: TOP FIVE THINGS TO DO 1 See the 4,000—year—o| d Pyramids and Sphinx. 2 Go shopping in the old market area. 3 Visit the Citadel and the Mohamed Ali Mosque. 4 Sit in a café by the River Nile. Best day trip: 5 Visit the Sakkara Pyramid — in the desert. about an hour from Cairo by car. visit the Citadel = go to see it say what you saw and did say what you didn l see or do Look at the things to do in Cairo. Match them with the pictures. 2 Read Mike and Anna's travel blog. Which of the ‘top five things‘ did they do? flaiclnawflvoumosloolsfleb A DAY IN CAIRO entrv7of29 shnwjlII Tuesday 5 May We arrived at Cairo Airport and got a taxi to our hotel. We stayed at the Hotel Windsor, in the centre. It was a nice, clean hotel and only S45 a night. But I didn't sleep much — Cairo is a really noisy city and the trams start at five in the morning. Wednesday 6 May We only had one day in Cairo, and this was It! So we got up early and went to the souk, which is an area of streets with shops and markets — they sell everything. Anna bought a coffee pot. I saw a beautiful carpet, but I didn't buy it. Then we went to the CitadeI, stayed there for an hour and looked at the whole city. In the evening we went to a restaurant by the Nile. We had kebabs, bread and salad and watched the boats on the river — it was really beautiful. So that was our day in Cairo — we didn't see the Pyramids, but we saw the city and we had a good time. Thursday 7 May We got up at 5.30. Our plane to Mumbai was at 8.00. To read what we did in India, see memento: eco ti. ” A
  60. 60. A {lì-LI 3 Cover the travel blog. Complete the sentences about Mike and Anna. P t ' l : ’ ’ ’ Vîrsbsslmp e ‘ had arrived bwent [x 2) got up watched ‘ibought _stayed 1 They at Cairo airport. 5 Anna a coffee pot. 2 They at the Hotel Windsor. 6 They to a restaurant. 3 They early. 7 They kebabs. 4 They to the market. 8 They the boats. - , g g à i 1 a Look at the travel blog again. What does Mike say about: Past smple ‘i the night at the hotel? negatwe 2 the carpet? 3 the Pyramids? b o 32.7) Listen. o Verb Past simple stay They stayed in a hotel. They didn't stay in a hotel. buy i bought a coffee pot. I didn't buy a coffee pot. see We saw the city. We didn't see the city. c Which sentences are true? Change the false sentences. 1 They saw the Sphinx. They didn't see the Sphinx. 2 They went to the souk. 6 They got up early. 3 They visited Sakkara. 7 They bought a carpet. 4 They had kebabs for lunch. 8 They didn't sleep much. 5 They stayed for three days. 9 They didn't like Cairo. i ' ÎgÌÎfHÎÎI-ÎÎE 2 a Work in groups. Choose a town or city and imagine you went there. Write three or four sentences of a travel blog. Write about: 1 things you did or saw. 2 one thing you didn't do, or didn't see. ' We arrived o We went to - We didn't go to v We didn't see - We saw - We visited -' We didn't visit ‘ We didn't buy r We bought - We had o We didn't have b Read out your sentences to other students. Can other students guess where you were? Glassroom Ianguage o 52a Look at the pictures and listen. Write the words you hear. J wtî, ‘ ‘ _. . vi; / ’_ your books. 2 your books. 3 a sentence. A — just listen. I - Say a sentence to go with each picture. Listen to check. i n a €3 G ‘E, o No! m! - No‘. ’ r; Ì. No! No! 1 "i IX i i i I G3
  61. 61. VOCABULARY Expressions with go Voonbuluy Intonaco, m1o loften go shopping. i never go to museums. Dubai, UAE (In Ilolillali 1 a (E Match the pictures and the 8.2 goal: ls‘»t. tk.1[: ut, '.i; )_' i . .. i Ano talk about hanno» achvihes ask people what U18)’ aio expressions. Listen to check. 0 A i B Go ‘Go to , l swimming restaurants K i shopping art galleries ‘vs/ ‘alking w museums‘ sightseeing clubs or discos camping i skiing i ‘ b Look at the words in A and the words in B. Which words are places? c Which things do you do on holiday? Are there things you never do? places? «c_f_-r», . v1 . Rorky Mounlains, Canada? b (E People talk about the four places. Listen. - Which place is it? o What did they do there’? I: The speakers say these things. Which place is it? l. It was a business trip. 5 We just relaxed. 6 The shops are really good. 1 We didn't go swimming. 2 It was quite expensive. 3 We didn't do much. 3 Work in A/ B pairs. Look on p97.

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