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Paul Dum m ett and Jake Hughes Series Adviser Catherine Walter Navigate Coursebook with video Beginner

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Paul Dum m ett and Jake Hughes Series Adviser Catherine Walter Navigate Coursebook with video Beginner OXFORD U N IV E R S IT Y PRESS

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Contents O u r O xford 3000™ Navigate has been based on the Oxford 3000 to ensure that learners are only covering the most relevant vocabulary. GRAMMAR f 1 First m e etin g s page 6 1.1 On business or on holiday p6 Verb be l/you p7 Introduce yourself Ask questions with be Say countries and numbers 1-10 Talk about where youre from Say the alphabet Use question words Say hello and goodbye Fill in a form 1.2 where are you from p8 Verb be we/you p8 1.3 How do you spell that pio Question words pn 1.4 Speaking and w riting pi2 1.5 © Video Af the hotel pi4 Review pis 2 Q uestio ns page 16 2.1 whats this in English pi6 this/that/these/those pl6 Verb be it/they pi6 ■ Use singular and plural forms Say numbers 11-100 Talk about jobs ■ Use the verb be he/she/it/they Use subject pronouns ■ Use prepositions of place Tell the time Write a blog 2.2 w hats your job pis Verb be he/she/it/they pis 2.3 Where are they p20 Subject pronouns p20 2.4 Speaking and w riting p22 2.5 O Video Witney Antiques p24 Review p25 3 P eo p le a n d possessions page 26 3.1 My neighbours p26 have got has got p27 Use adjective + noun phrases Talk about possessions with have got Ask and answer about possessions using have got Use opposite adjectives Use possessive determiners and possessive is Talk about family Use everyday expressions Write a social media message 3.2 Possessions p28 have got negatives and questions p28 3.3 Family p30 Possessive determiners my his o u r... p30 Possessives p30 3.4 Speaking and w riting p32 3.5 O Video A gadget-free life p34 Review p35 4 M y life page 36 4.1 About me p36 Present simple positive p36 Use present simple positive with common verbs Talk about your life ■ Use the present simple negative Talk about journeys ■ Ask present simple yes/no questions Talk about your day Ask for things in a shop Write an informal email 4.2 Journeys p38 Present simple negative p39 4.3 My day p40 Present simple yes/no questions pdi 4.4 Speaking and w riting p42 4.5 O Video Aday in the life o f a journalist p44 Review p45 5 S tyle and design page 46 5.1 Clothes style p46 Adverbs of frequency p46 Use adverbs of frequency Talk about clothes Ask Wh- questions Talk about a building you like Use the present simple Talk about body parts Talk about style and fashion Ask for and give travel information Make arrangements by text 5.2 Amazing architecture p48 Wh- questions p48 5.3 Styles around the world pso Present simple - all forms p50 5.4 Speaking and w riting p52 5.5 © Video Architecture in Amsterdam p54 Review p55 2

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VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION LISTENING/READING SPEAKING/WRITING introductions p6 Listening recognizing questions p7 Numbers 1-10 p8 Countries p8 Saying names of countries p8 Reading recognizing proper nouns p9 The alphabet pio The alphabet pio Speaking hello and goodbye pi2 Writing filling in a form pl3 Objects pl6 Regular plural nouns pi6 Numbers 11-100 pi7 word stress: -teen and -ty pl7 Listening understanding singular and plural pi7 Jobs pis word stress: jobs pis Reading understanding pronouns 1 pi9 O Video Vox pops 1 2 p19 Prepositions of place in on near/nextto p2i Speaking the time p22 Writing a blog p23 Adjective + noun phrases 1 p26 Irregular plurals p26 Reading identifying key words p27 Opposite adjectives p29 stress in yes/no questions and answers p29 Family p30 Listening understanding final is p3i Video Vox pops 3 p3i Speaking using everyday expressions p32 Writing a social media message p33 Common verbs p37 present simple with he/she/it p37 Reading understanding verb phrases p37 Transport p38 Listening understanding positive and negative contractions p39 Daily activities p40 Verb + noun phrases p4i stress in present simple yes/no questions and answers p4i O video Vox pops 4 p4i Speaking in a shop p42 Writing an informal email p43 Colours and clothes p47 word stress: clothes p47 Reading and but because p47 Adjectives p48 Listening understanding chunks p49 Video Vox pops 5 p49 Parts of the body p5i Adjective modifiers Very/really + adjective p5i plural forms p5i Speaking asking for and giving travel information p52 Writing making arrangements by text p53 3

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GRAMMAR 6 Places a n d facilities page 56 6.1 Two towns p56 there is/there are p57 ■ Use there is/there are Talk about places in a town ■ Talk about hotel facilities Ask questions with Is there ..v /Are there... Use each and all the Describe rooms and furniture Explain problems Write a hotel review 6.2 Is there Wi-fi p58 Is there ..v/Are there... p58 6.3 Has each flat got a kitchen p60 each and all the p6l 6.4 Speaking and w riting p62 6.5 O Video House searching p64 Review p65 7 Skills a n d in te re s ts page 66 7.1 she can paint p66 can/cant p66 Use can and cant Talk about your abilities Use can to ask and answer about abilities Use adverbs of manner Use like + -ing Talk about your hobbies Make simple requests Write a post on a social media website 7.2 Can you help p68 Can you... p68 7.3 I like going out p70 like + -ing p70 7.4 Speaking and w riting p72 7.5 © Video An unusual hobby p74 Review p75 8 O ur p a s t page 76 8.1 When we were seven p76 Verb be past simple p76 Use the verb be in the past ■ Talk about your life then and now Use past simple regular verbs to talk about the past ■ Describe a past life Use object pronouns ■ Tell a story about a photo Use expressions for special occasions Show interest Write a biography 8.2 Lives from the past p78 Past simple regular verbs p78 8.3 Special moments p80 Object pronouns p80 8.4 Speaking and w riting p82 8.5 O video The Wright siblings p84 Review p85 9 U nusual sto rie s page 86 9.1 Happy memories p86 Past simple irregular verbs p86 Use past simple irregular verbs Talk about a memory Use past simple negatives and questions Use common verb phrases Use ago to say when something happened Talk about the last time Talk about the weather Write a review of an event 9.2 A good excuse p88 Past simple negatives and questions p88 9.3 News stories p90 ago p90 9.4 Speaking and w riting p92 9.5 video whatever the weather p94 Review p95 1 0 N e w places n e w p ro jects page 96 10.1 were going to raise £5000 p96 going to positive and negative p96 Use going to for future plans ■ Talk about a future project ■ Ask and answer questions using going to Talk about a life change Use would like + noun/verb Talk about a cafe Order food and drink Write invitations and thank-you notes 10.2 A new life p98 going to questions and short answers p98 10.3 Cafe cities pioo would like pioi 10.4 Speaking and w riting pi02 10.5 O Video A New York cafe pi04 Review ptos Com m unication pageiob G ram m ar R eference pagenb 4

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VOCABULARY PRONUNCIATION LISTENING/READING SPEAKING/WRITING Places in a town p56 Recording vocabulary p57 Hotel facilities p58 Is there... /Are there... p59 Listening understanding where and when p59 Rooms and furniture p60 linking 1 p6l Reading words that look similar p6l 0 Video Vox pops 6 p 6 1 Speaking explaining problems p62 Writing a hotel review p63 Skills p66 Abilities p67 Sentence stress: can cant p67 Listening the schwa sound /ə/ p67 Adverbs of manner p69 can cant in questions and statements p68 Reading scanning for specific information p69 Hobbies p70 like Hovelhate + -ing p7i linking vowels with /w/ or /j/ p7l 0 video Vox pops 7 p7i Speaking simple requests p72 Writing a post on a social media website p73 Dates p77 was and were p77 wasborn/died p78 regular past simple endings p79 Listening past or present p79 0 Video Vox pops 8 p79 Past time expressions p8l linking 2 p8t Reading understanding pronouns 2 p8t Speaking expressions for special occasions p82 Writing a biography p83 Adjective + noun phrases 2 p87 Verb phrases 1 p89 Sentence stress p88 Listening words that sound the same p89 Words from context p9i word stress in two-syllable words p90 Reading guessing meaning from context p9i Video Vox pops 9 p9i Speaking the weather p92 Writing a review of an event p93 Future time expressions p97 going to p97 Reading identifying the subject p97 Verb phrases 2 p98 Prepositions of time p99 Cafe food pioo silent letters picn Listening identifying words in connected speech pioi 0 Video Vox pops 10 pioi Speaking ordering food and drink pt02 Writing invitations and thank-you notes pt03 Audioscripts p a g e i3 6 Irregular verbs page 146 Phonem ic sym bols page 147 5

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First meetings 1.1 On business or on holiday GOALS ■ Introduce y o u rs e lf ■ A sk que stio ns w ith be Listening Speaking saying hello 1a 1/1 Listen and read. b Work with a partner. Say your name. 2a 1.2 | Listen and note the stress. • • P Hi Im Paul. • • • • • A Hello. I’m Alisa. Nice to meet you Paul. P And you. b 1.31 Listen and repeat. C Practise the conversation with a partner. Use your names. 3 Work with another partner. Practise the conversation. A Hello I ’ m ... B Hi. I ’ m ... A Nice to ...y ou ... B And... 6 O lff Oxford 3000™ Hi Im Paul. Hello Im Alisa.

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1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Grammar Listening verb he I/you 4 1.4 Listen to three conversations. Tick / the correct box for each person. Name on business on holiday to study Paul Hawa 7a Complete the conversation between Sunil S and Julie J. S Hello I 1 _________Sunil. J Hi I2 _________Julie. S Nice to meet you Julie. J And you.3_________you here on holiday S No I4___________________.I 5 _________ here to study. And you 6_______ you on holiday I Yes 17________ . b 1.7 Listen and check your answers. 8a Put the lines in the correct order to make a conversation. D No Im not. Im here on holiday. □ Im Paul. Nice to meet you Julie. LJ And you. Are you here on business Paul m Hi I’m Julie. D Yes I am. And you Are you here on business b Work with a partner. Practise the conversation in exercise 8a. 9 Work with a partner. Take turns to introduce yourself. Use the prompts to help you. A Hello... B Hi... A Nice to meet you... B You too.... here on business / on holiday / to study A Yes... / No... And you B Im here... 5a 1.51 Listen to Havva and Paul again. Complete the questions and answers. H Are you here on 1 _________ P 2_________ I am. And3 _________ Are you here on business H 4_________ Im not. I’m on 5 _________ . b 1.6 Listen check and repeat. 6 Complete the Grammar focus box. Use exercise 5 to help you. GRAMMAR FOCUS verb b e l/you Positive + 1 1 am Paul. Y O U re are here on holiday. Negative - 1 m not am not here on holiday. You arent are not here to study. Questions 2 you Alisa Short answers + Yes I 3 - N O I m 4 - Grammar Reference page 116 LISTENING SKILLS recognizing questions The word order helps you to recognize statements and questions. Statement: You are on holiday. Question: Are you on holiday Are these statements or questions Add a full stop . to the statements and a question mark to the questions. 1 Hello. Are you Angela 2 Youre here on business 3 Are you here to study 4 I am here on business 5 Are you on holiday 2a 1.8 Listen. Are they statements S or questions Q 1 θ 2 □ 3 □ 4 □ 5 □ b Compare your answers with a partner. 7 losue Alisa Sunil lulie

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1.2 Where are you from GOALS ■ Say countries and numbers 1-10 ■ Talk about where youre from numbers 1-10 countries 1a 1.9 J Listen to the numbers. Write the correct number next to each word. two ___ eight ___ five ___ six four ___ nine ___ one 1 ten ___ three ___ seven ___ b 1.9 Listen again and repeat the numbers. 2a Match the countries in the box to numbers 1-10 on the map. Australia 10 Brazil China Indonesia Japan Russia Spain Turkey the UK the USA b 1.10 Listen and check your answers. PRONUNCIATION saying names of countries 3a 1.11 | Listen and mark the stress on the countries in exercise 2. • • Australia Brazil b 1.11 Listen again and repeat. 5a Work with a partner. Look at the map in exercise 2 again. Complete the chart with the countries on the map. C ountry Population 1 China 1400000000 2 -3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 _______________ -2 5 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 -2 0 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 5 147000000 6 127000000 7 -7 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 8 _______________ -6 5 0 0 0 0 0 0 9 -4 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 _______________ -2 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 b Work in small groups. Compare answers. I think number one is China. C 1.121 Listen and check your answers. Grammar Speaking verb he we/you Where are you from I’m from Brazil And you Im from Indonesia 6a 1.13 Listen and read. 4 Work with a partner. Look at the map again. Student A say b 1.14 Listen and repeat a number. Student B say the name of the country. C Work with a partner. Practise the conversation in exercise 6a. 8 O lff Oxford 3000™

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1 .1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 7a 1.15 Listen to two conversations.fjlrdgithe correct countries and cities for the people. Name: Alisa Country:1 Russia / the USA C ity:2 Moscow / St Petersburg Name: Paul Country:3 the UK / the USA City: 4 Aberdeen / London Name: Julie and Frank Country:5 the UK / Australia C ity:6 Sydney / Perth b Match questions 1-4 from the listening iu anovvcid a- 1 Where are you from Alisa 2 And you Paul 3 Where in Australia 4 Are you from Sydney a No we aren’t b Were from Perth c Im from Russia d Im from Aberdeen. C 1.16 Listen and check your answers. 8 Complete the Grammar focus box. Use exercise 7 to help you. GRAMMAR FOCUS verb be we/you Positive + we 1 are from China. Y O U re are from the USA. Negative - Questions we 2 are not from China. Y O U arent are not Where 3 you from Are you from Brazil Short answers + Yes we are. - No we 4 are not. G ram m ar R eference page 116 9a Work with a partner. Complete the conversation with information about you. A Where1 _________ 2_________from B 3 _________from4 _________ . A Where in 5 _________ B 6 _________from 7 _________ . And you A 8 _________from9 __________ in 1 0 _________ . b Compare your answers with another pair. 10 Work with a partner. Practise the conversation in exercise 9a with different countries/cities. Student A turn to page 106. Student B turn to page 111. READING SKILLS recognizing proper nouns The names of people and places are proper nouns. They have a capital letter e.g. Jane England Paris. 1 Find the proper nouns in sentences 1-5. 1 Hello I’m Carlos. 2 Where are you from Rashid 3 I’m from Canada. 4 We’re from Chennai in India. 5 Dave and Patsy are on holiday in Mauritius. 2 Work with a partner. Put the proper nouns in exercise I in the correct place in the table. Person Country City Carlos 3 Read the text. Answer the questions. Tm Jacqui. Im from Boston. Im not from the USA. Im from Boston in the UK. ‘And Im Kevin. Im from Guelph in Canada. Jacqui and I are on holiday in Nicaragua. We are in a hotel in Granada.’ 1 Who are the two people 2 Where are they from 3 Where are they now 9 Boston UK

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1.3 How do you spell that GOALS ■ Say the alphabet ■ Use question words - the alphabet 1 1.17 J Listen and repeat the letters of the alphabet. C capital C tt doublet PRONUNCIATION the alphabet 1.181 All the letters of the English alphabet have one of these seven sounds: /ei/ - eight Id - ten fool - no /a:/ - are /i:/ — three /ai/ — five /ju :/-yo u You can learn the letters of the alphabet in these sound groups. 2a 1.19 Listen to the alphabet again. Write the letters in the correct place in the table. lei/ /ill Id fo\ / fool /ju:/ /a:/ A 3 F I 0 Q . R b 1.20 Listen check and repeat. 3a 1.21 Listen andcirdethe correct letter. 1 j/ g 6 y / j 2 e / i 7 i / y 3 f/v 8 q /k 4c/s 9 a / h 5 a / r 10 o/u b Work with a partner. Say the letters. HR TV FAQ IMF ASAP WHO 4 Work with a partner. Write the letters you hear. Student A turn to page 106. Student B turn to page 111. 5 1.22 Listen andcirdgthe correct name. 1 Elena / Elinor 2 Jackie / Jacqui 3 George / lorge 4 Paula / Paola 5 John/Joan 6 1.23 Listen to four conversations. Write the names. 1 _________ 2 _________ 3 _________ 4 _________ 7a 1.24 Listen read and repeat conversation 4. A Whats your name B My name’s Roger. A How do you spell that B R-O-G-E-R. A R-O-G-E-R B Yes thats right. b Talk to other students. Practise the conversation in exercise 7a. Use your names. 10 O lff Oxford 3000™ VOCABULARY FOCUS the alphabet

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1 .1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Grammar Listening question words 8a Complete the questions with the correct question word. What x2 where x2 how 1 Name: A s your name B Osvaldo Aguilar. 2 Spelling: A do you spell that B A-G-U-I-L-A-R. 3 Country: A are you from B Spain. 4 City: A in Spain B Barcelona. 5 Number: A s your phone number B 00 34 735 994 6810. b Compare your answers with a partner. 9 Look at the questions in exercise 8 again. Match question words 1-3 to answers a-c in the Grammar focus box. GRAMMAR FOCUS question w ords Wh- questions start with a question word. 1 what a k-a -e-l-a -n 2 Where b Kaelan 00 4 0 745 6597752 3 How c Japan Paris - Grammar Reference page 117 0 - oh 88 - double eight 10a Match beginnings 1-5 to endings a-e. 1 What’s a phone number 2 Where are b you from 3 Where in c you spell that 4 How do d your name 5 What’s your e Italy b Compare your answers with a partner. Ask and answer the questions. Use your own information. 11a 1.25 Listen to two conversations. Complete the form. H avva Josa .6 b 1.261 Listen to the first conversation again and complete the sentences. A Hello.1 _________you_________ fortheGHQ conference B Yes2 ___________________ . A 3 ________ your name B My 4 _________... name. A 5 ________ do you spell that B ... letters of name. A Where6 ___________________ from B 7 ___________________ ...country. A And 8 _________your phone number B Its... number. A Thanks. Have a 9 _________day. 12 Work with a partner. Practise the conversation in exercise lib. 11 First name: Last name: C ountry: Phone number:

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Speaking and writing GOALS ■ Say hello and goodbye ■ Fill in a form Listening Speaking hello and goodbye 1 1.27 | Look at the photos and listen. Are the people saying hello or goodbye 2 A Morning Patrick. B _______________ 2a Complete conversations 1-4 with phrases a-d. a Goodbye b Good morning c Thanks. You too. d Fine thanks. And you b 1.27 Listen again check and repeat. C Work with a partner. Practise the conversations. 3 Work with a partner. Practise saying hello and goodbye. Use the Language for speaking box to help you. 4a 1.28 Read the Understanding... box and listen to the examples. LANGUAGE FOR SPEAKING hello and goodbye Hello Goodbye Hi. /Hello. Have a nice day. Good morning./Morning. Thanks. You too. How are you Goodbye. /Bye. Fine thanks. And you Great thanks. Bye. See you later. UNDERSTANDING ... hellos and goodbyes Learn these short responses so you can reply quickly. Hear Say Hello. /Good morning. Hello. /Hi. /Morning. How are you Fine. And you Have a good/nice day. Thanks. Bye. Goodbye./See you later. Bye. b 1.29 Close your books. Listen and reply quickly. 12 1.4 3 A Have a nice day. B ____________________________ 1 A Hi. How are you B __________________________ A Great thanks. 4 A Bye. See you later. B ____________________________

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1 .1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Reading Writing filling in a form 5 Read the information and complete the registration card. 0s HOTEL REGISTRATION CARD Hi Im Josie Harris from the USA. I’m here on business. My address is 909 Cameron Road Austin Texas. First name Last name Country H arris Home address Reason for visit Signature Cantero-H Rocxd AlAsfiyi Texas. Ovi 4 Hosier WprrS 6a Underline the CAPITAL letters in the information about Josie in exercise 5. Im... 7a Correct five mistakes in the registration card. Last name Country Home address Reason for visit ı Signature b Compare your answers with a partner. b Read the Language for writing box. Match the CAPITAL letters in the information about Josie in exercise 5 to categories 1-6 in the box. LANGUAGE FOR WRITING checking capital letters Use capital letters for... 1 a name Havva Yilmaz 2 a city London 3 a country China 4 / ı am from Poland. 5 the first word in a sentence We are on holiday. 6 names of roads and streets 8 Park Road 8a Write your own registration card. HOTEL REGISTRATION CARD b Work with a partner. Swap cards and check the CAPITAL letters. C Compare your answers with a partner. 13 first name HO TEL REGISTRATION CARD First name Last name Country Home address Reason for visit Signature Hi I’m Josie... vuiwiber 5 vmwiber it

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Video At the hotel 1 Work with a partner. Look at the photos. Which of these things do you see in them breakfast conference room credit card guest receptionist registration card restaurant room key 2 O Watch the video andcirdgthe correct option. 1 Leila is from Hong Kong / London. 2 The hotel is in Hong Kong / London. 3 Richard is from the USA / England. 4 Richard is on holiday / on business. 5 Fabienne is from France / Canada. 6 Fabienne is on holiday / on business. 7 Breakfast is in the conference room / restaurant. 3 © Watch the video again and complete the registration cards. First name Richard Last name 1 Address 11 Stanley2 Tunbridge wells England Num ber o f nights 3 First name Fabienne Last name 4 Address 12 rue Pasteur Bordeaux 5 Number of nights 6 4a E S 3 Work with a partner. Who says these things Is it the receptionist R or the guest G • is check-in here • Im here on holiday. • Are you here on business • Whats your address • Heres my credit card. • Wheres breakfast • Heres your room key. • The restaurant is over there. • Whats your name • See you later. • Im from France. • How do you spell that • Sign here please. • How are you b Take turns to be a receptionist and a guest. Act out a conversation in a hotel. Use the questions and answers in exercise 4a to help you. 14

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1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Review 1 a Put the words in the correct order to complete the conversation. A Gary / Im / Hello. B Hi / Sally / Im . A m eet/to/N ice/Sally /y ou. B too / You. holiday / here / you / on / Are A not. / No / I’m / on / here / Im / business you / And B study / I’m / to / here . b 1.30 Listen and check your answers. 2a Write the missing words to complete the questions. 1 A _________your name B Gary. 2 A _________do you spell that B G-A-R-Y. 3 A Where are you_________ Gary B Canada. 4 A Where_________ Canada B Toronto. 5 A _________you here on business B Yes I am. 6 A Whats_________phone number B 001 289 463 55788. b Work with a partner. Ask and answer questions to complete the hotel registration card. Use your own information. 3a Correct the underlined words. A You are from Japan B No we not from Japan. We am from China. And you A I from Russia. B Am you here on holiday A Yes Im. b Compare your answers with a partner. Practise the conversation using your own information. 4 Write the correct letters to make countries. 1 __PA_ _ N 4 _ U _ S I _ 2 _RK__ Y 5 __HIN __ 3 __RA_____ L 6 _____D __NE__IA 5 1.31 Listen and write the names or numbers you hear. 1 2 3 _______________________________________________ 4 _______________________________________________ 6 Put eleven CAPITAL letters in the correct places. 7a Match phrases 1-6 to answers a-f. 1 Nice to meet you. a Thanks. You too. 2 How are you b Bye. See you later. 3 Have a nice day. c Me too. 4 Im here on holiday. d Good morning. 5 Morning Bill. e And you. 6 Goodbye. f Fine thanks. And you b Work with a partner. Take turns to say the phrases in exercise 7a and give the answers. 15 my name is kabelo. im from Johannesburg in south africa. danisa and i are on holiday in england. w e are in a hotel in london. First name Last name Country Home address Reason for visit Signature

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Questions 2.1 What’ s this in English Vocabulary Speaking objects 1 a Match objects 1-10 in Davids bag to the words in the box. an apple d a book a key a laptop a notepad a pen a phone a tablet an umbrella a wallet a tablet an umbrella b 2.1 j Listen check and repeat. C Work with a partner. Student A say a number. Student B say the object. 2a 2.2 Listen andcirdeth.e correct words. 1 four / five books 2 two / ten phones 3 three / four keys 4 six / eight pens 5 two / three wallets b Compare your answers with a partner. 3 Complete the table. Use exercise 2a to help you. Singular Plural a pen fiv e 2 a phone seven3 1 three umbrellas a laptop tw o 4 4a 2.3 Listen to the pronunciation of -s in plural nouns and repeat. /s/ books laptops wallets tablets Izl keys apples notepads umbrellas pens phones b Work with a partner. Look at the objects in the photo in exercise 1 again. Student A say the singular. Student B say the plural. Grammar Speaking verb b e it/they this/ that/ these/ those 5 2.41 Look at the photos. Listen and repeat. 16 O n O xford 3000™ GOALS ■ Use singular and plural forms ■ Say numbers 11-100 k . this that those these

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2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 6a 2.5 Listen and write the words. 1 A Whats this in English B It’s an_________. 2 A Whats that in English B Its a _________. 3 A What are these in English B Theyre_________. 4 A What are those in English B Theyre_________. b Compare your answers with a partner. 7a Complete the Grammar focus box. Use exercise 6a to help you. GRAMMAR FOCUS verb b e it/they W hat1 w h o 3 is this/that is this/that a bag. it2 is an apple. - Wendy. w h a t4 these/those They5 are - apples. -4 Grammar Reference page 118 b Choose the correct options. 1 A Whats this/ these B I ts / are a tablet. 2 A What is / are these in English B Theys / are keys. 3 A Whos / are that B Ft’ s / Theyre my friend Lynne. 4 A What are that / those in English B Its/ They’ re phones. C 2.6 Listen and check your answers. 8 Work with a partner. Talk about things in your bag and in the classroom. A W hat’ s this/that in English B It’ s a notepad./I don’t know. A What are these/those in English B Theyre pens. Vocabulary Speaking numbers 11-100 9 2.7 Look at the numbers. Listen and repeat. 11 eleven 18 eighteen 40 forty 12 twelve 19 nineteen 50 fifty 13 thirteen 20 twenty 60 sixty 14 fourteen 21 tw enty-one 70 seventy 15 fifteen 22 tw enty-tw o 80 eighty 16 sixteen ... 90 ninety 17 seventeen 30 thirty 100 a hundred PRONUNCIATION word stress: -teen and -ty 10a 2.81 Listen and notice the stress on numbers. b 2.8 Listen again and repeat. 11 2.91 Listen andcirdgthe word you hear. 1 thirteen / thirty 2 fourteen / forty 3 sixteen / sixty 4 eighteen / eighty 5 nineteen / ninety 12 Work with a partner. Practise saying the numbers. 1 twenty-three sixty-nine eighty-two thirty-five forty-one 2 15 52 70 97 49 14 24 28 80 18 86 61 11 3 Seven Years in Tibet The 39 Steps 21 Grams Apollo 13 Around the World in 80 Days 48 Hours LISTENING SKILLS understanding singular and plural 1 2.10 Listen to four conversations. Tick / singular or plural for each conversation. 1 2 3 4 singular plural 2 2.11 Listen and write the numbers. 1 laptops ___ 4 apples ___ 2 pens ___ 5 book ___ 3 umbrellas ___ 6 bags ___ 3a 2.12 Listen to four conversations. Write the numbers and the objects. Number Object 1 one tab let 2 _________ _________ 3 _________ 4 ________ b Compare your answers with a partner. 17 seventeen seventy fifteen fifty thirteen thirty

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2.2 Whats your job GOALS ■ Talk about jobs ■ use the verb be he/she/it/they - Vocabulary Speaking jobs 1 a Look at the webpage. Match the jobs to the people. doctor engineer nurse shop assistant student taxi driver teacher waiter International Language School Malta What’s your job now Post a photo and tell your friends Class of 2012 Erik Haas Germany Hassan Kamal Saudi Arabia 1 2 Thierry Leloup France Asya Kaya Turkey 3 Waiter________________ ________________ Sonja Yazov Russia 5 Daisy Tan China 7 Kum iko Ito Japan 6 Yanni Loukas Greece 8 taxi driver_______ b 2.13 Listen and check your answers. PRONUNCIATION word stress: jobs 2a 2.14 Listen to the names of jobs and mark the stress. doctor engineer nurse shop assistant student taxi driver teacher waiter b 2.14 Listen again and repeat. Im a doctor. Harrys an engineer. 3 Work with a partner. Look at the photos again. Talk about the people’s jobs. Thierry’ s a waiter. 4 Work with a partner. Talk about three school friends with jobs. Hannahs a teacher. Grammar Listening they verb be he/she/it/ 5a 2.15 Look at the photos and listen to the conversation. Yrdelthe correct job for each photo. Photo 1: student / teacher Photo 2: nurses / doctors b 2.15 Listen again. Complete the conversation with jobs. A This is my friend Fernando. B Is he a 1 _________ A No he isn’t. Hes a 2 _________in a school in Mexico. B Is it a language school A Yes it is. And these are my friends Jack and Katie. B Are they 3 _________ A No they aren’t. Theyre 4 _________in a hospital in London. 18 O n Oxford 3000™

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2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 6 Complete the Grammar focus box. Use exercise 5b to 9 help you. GRAMMAR FOCUS verb be he/she/it/they Positive + He/she/it 1 is from Russia. They 2 are nurses. Negative - He/She/lt 3 is not from Sydney. They arent are not doctors. Questions 4 she/he/it from Indonesia 5 they engineers Short answers + Yes he/she/it 6 they are. - N O he/she/it 7 they 8 - Grammar Reference page 118 7a Look at the conversations.Circlmhe correct options. 1 A This1 is I are a photo of my house in Romania. B Where 2if is / is it 3Its / Is it in Bra§ov A No A it is / it isnt. 5It’ s / Is it in Zalau. 2 A These are my friends Jana and Milos. They 6is / are from Slovakia. B 7 They are / At e they doctors A No they8are/ arent. Jana 9 is/ are a nurse and Milos 1 0 is / are a teacher. Work with a partner. Take turns to guess the jobs and countries. Student A turn to page 106. Student B turn to page 111. READING SKILLS understanding pronouns 1 Pronouns e.g. he they are used in place of nouns e.g. Tony my friends. Understanding pronouns can help you understand the text. Wira is my friend. He Wira is a teacher at a language school. 1 Read the text. Match words 1-4 to names/places a-d. Julie and Frank are from Australia. Shes an engineer and hes a chef in a restaurant in Melbourne. Its an Italian restaurant. Now they are in Italy for ten days. Shes there on business and hes on holiday. 2a Underline the correct answers. 1 Frank is an engineer/ a chef. 2 Julie is an engineer / a chef. 3 Julie is from Italy / Australia. 4 The restaurant is Italian / Australian. 5 Julie and Frank are in Melbourne / Italy for ten days. 6 Frank is there on business / holiday. b Compare your answers with a partner. b Work with a partner. Practise the conversations in exercise 7a. 8 Work with a partner. Imagine the people in the photos are your friends. Take turns to talk about them. A This is my friend Pieter. B Is he a ... job A Yes he is./No he isnt. Hes a ... B Is he from ... country A Yes he is./No he isnt. Hes from... 3 Read the text and answer the questions. 1 2 3 4 5 These are my friends Arturo and Romina. He’s from Mexico and she’s from Argentina. Theyre in Thailand for a week. Hes there on business and she’s there on holiday. Hes a doctor at a hospital in Cancun and shes a teacher at a language school. The school is in Buenos Aires and its very good Whos in Thailand Whos from Argentina Whos there on business Whos a language school teacher What’s in Buenos Aires © VOX POPS VIDEO 1 2 1 it 2 they 3 she 4 he a Julie b a restaurant in Melbourne c Frank d Julie and Frank I Arturo Romina Pieter Selma Reggie and Sara 19

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2.3 Where are they GOALS ■ use subject pronouns ■ Use prepositions of place 1 a Work with a partner. Look at the photos and the maps. Where are the people Write Marie John or Sven and Max. 1 Abbey Road _________ 2 Champs-Elysees _________ 3 Robson Street _________ b Work with a partner. Answer the questions. 1 Where’s Robson Street Its in ... a Perth Australia. b Edinburgh UK. c Vancouver Canada. 2 Wheres the Champs-Elysees It’s in ... a Paris France. b Oslo Norway c Madrid Spain. C 2.16 Listen and check your answers. 2 Work with a partner. Ask and answer questions about places on your maps. Student A turn to page 107. Student B turn to page 112. 3a Match names 1-4 to sentences a-d. 1 Marie a He’s on Robson Street. 2 John b They’re on Abbey Road. 3 Sven and Max c It’s in London UK. 4 Abbey Road d She’s on the Champs-Elysees. b 2.17 Listen and check your answers. 4a Read the Grammar focus box. Match the beginnings in bold to endings 1-7. G R A M M A R FOCUS subject pronouns 1 1 sTibors sister. YO U 2 s a phone not a tablet. He 3 re from the UK. Evas a chef and Petes an engineer. She 4 m a waiter at Pablos restaurant. It 5 arent students. Were doctors. we 6 re Rachels teacher right They 7 s a nurse at Westmore Hospital. - ■ Grammar Reference page 119 b Complete the sentences with subject pronouns. 1 Ian is from Australia._________s an engineer. 2 Derya and I are from Turkey._________Ye students. 3 Hi. Are_________Thierry’ 4 Sonyas a doctor._________s thirty-two. 5 This is Big Ben._________sin London. 6 Frank and Julie are in Italy._________re on holiday. O n Oxford 3000™ Grammar Speaking subject pronouns 20

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2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 5a Read the phone conversation. Choose the correct words. A Hi Lewis. Helen here. How are 1you / we B Fine thanks. A Are 2 they / you at home B No 3Im / Its in London. A Really Where in London B 4/m / Hes at the Victoria and Albert Museum. A Wheres that B 5Hes / Its on Cromwell Road near the Science Museum. A Wow Is Max with you B Yes6he / it is.7 Were / Theyre here on holiday. b 2 .1 8 Listen and check your answers. C Work with a partner. Have a similar phone conversation. Change the highlighted words. A Hi Elena. Pilar here... iw i m n w an prepositions of place 6 Look at the map. What city is this 7a Find places 1-5 on the map and match them to locations a-e. 1 Fisgard Street 2 McPherson Playhouse 3 Robert Bateman Centre 4 Thunderbird Park 5 YMCA and YWCA b 2.19 Listen and check your a It’s near City Hall b They’re near the Courthouse c It’s in Chinatown d It’s on Belleville Street e Its next to Royal British Columbia Museum. answers. 8a Read the Vocabulary focus box. VOCABULARY FOCUS In on near/next to a country e.g. Argentina an area e.g. Chinatown a city e.g. Tokyo a street/road e.g. Oxford Street Khaosan Road buildings e.g. the station the Central Museum landmarks e.g. the Eiffel Tower Golden Gate Bridge Note: at - home work school b Complete the sentences with in on or near/next to. 1 The Metropolitan Opera is_________65th Street. 2 The Palace Museum is_________Beijing. 3 The Tuileries Garden is_________the Louvre Museum. 4 The Colosseum is_________Italy. 5 The Tower ofLondon is_________Tower Bridge. 9 Work with a partner. Ask about places 1-6 on the map. A Wheres... A Where are... B It’ s... B Theyre... 1 the Library 2 the Victoria Conference Centre 3 the Parliament Buildings 4 Hotel Rialto 5 Store Street 6 Hotel Grand Pacific 10a Write four places in your town. b Work with a partner. Swap your list of places. Ask and answer questions about the places. A Wheres the Rijksmuseum B Its on Museumstraat. 21 in on near/ next to

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2.4 Speaking and writing GOALS ■ Tell the time ■ Write a blog Listening Speaking the time 1a 2.20 Look at the clocks. Listen and write the missing words. What time is it b 2.20 Listen again and repeat. 3 2.211 Read the Understanding... box and listen to the examples. Work with a partner. Ask and answer questions about the time 1-8. A What time is it B Its one fifteen. 4 5a b 6a 2.22Listen and write the times. 2.23 I Listen to three conversations.£jirdethe words you hear. 1 A What times the film B It’s seven thirty / at seven thirty. 2 A What times the meeting B It’s at / from two oclock to four oclock. 3 A Excuse me. What times the next train B One moment. Its ten forty-two / at ten forty-two. Compare your answers with a partner. Read the Language for speaking box. LANGUAGE FOR SPEAKING asking and answering about times Asking about times Answering about times Excuse m e ... What time is it Its nine fifty. what times the next bus its at five fifteen. What times the meeting Its from ten oclock to eleven thirty. b Work with a partner. Practise asking and saying the time. Student A turn to page 107. Student B turn to page 112. To understand times listen for: • a number + a number: two + thirty • numbers from oh one 01 to fifty-nine 59 • the word oclock Its two thirty. Its 10.05. Its eight oclock. 1 Its_________oclock. 2 It’s two oh_________ . 3 Its_________ten. 4 Its four_________. 5 Its_________twenty-five. 6 Its seven_________ . 7 Its nine_________. 8 It’s ________ fifty-five.

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Reading Writing a blog About Photos Videos Adriana Costa About My names Adriana. Im eighteen and Im from Brazil. Im w ith m y friend Pedro in this photo. Hes a nice guy. Hes from Brazil too. Im a student in a language school in Vancouver. Pedro isnt a student. Hes a chef in a restaurant. Its an Italian restaurant and its next to the school About Im Gio from Italy. Im tw enty-seven and Im an engineer w ith ENI. ENI is an electricity com pany in Rome. The offices are near Ciampino airport. In this photo Im w ith Nevin. Shes tw enty-five and shes a friend. Nevins from Ankara in Turkey and shes a nurse. Were in an English class together. 7 Read the profiles. Answer the questions about Adriana and Gio. 1 Wheres she from Where’s he from 2 How old is she How old is he 3 Is she a chef Is he an engineer 4 Whos her friend Who’s his friend 5 Wheres the school Where are the ENI offices 8a Read sentences 1 and 2. Find two differences. 1 My name is Adriana and I am from Brazil. 2 My name’s Adriana and Im from Brazil. b Match sentences 1 and 2 in exercise 8a to their uses a-b. a spoken English and emails to friends b letters and emails at work 9a Read the Language for writing box. LANGUAGE FOR WRITING using contractions To write letters and emails to friends use contractions: My names ... Im eighteen. Hes from Dubai. It’s in the city. She isn t a student. They aren t in class. b Find the contractions in the two profiles. My names Adriana. 10a Rewrite Huba’s profile using contractions. M y name is Huba. I am from Hungary. I am tw enty- three and l am a teacher a t FLL Centre. FLL Centre is a language school. It is in Budapest. In this photo I am w ith my students. They are very nice. My name is Huba. it My names Huba. b Compare your answers with a partner. 11a Complete the table with your own ideas. YOU Your friend Name Country Age Job o th e r info b Write a blog about you and your friend. Use the Language for writing box to help you. M y names ... C Swap your blog with a partner. Ask your partner 1-2 questions about their blog. Gio De Luca Blog 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5

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2.5 Video Witney Antiques 1 a Work with a partner. Look at the photos. Match numbers 1-4 to items a-d. 1 three a books 2 four b clocks 3 six c tables 4 ten d chairs b Find one thing in the photos that is ... 1 old 2 beautiful 3 expensive 2 O Watch the video about an antiques dealer Jonathan Witney. Tick / Jonathan’s favourite things. D a table from France D chairs 0 books in a bookcase D a big clock Id his grandmothers clock 3 O Watch the video again. Are the sentences true T or false F 1 The shop is forty-five years old. 2 The table is from France and is 155 years old. 3 The chair is from Scotland and is 300 years old. 4 The books are by Shakespeare. 5 The big clock is from Austria. 6 His grandmothers clock is expensive. 7 The time on the clock is eleven o’clock. 8 The books and the clock are for sale. 4a ifck lM Work with a partner. There is an antiques auction at the city hall and you want to sell your favourite old object. Make notes in the table. Object What is it How old is it Where is it from is it nice/expensive/beautiful Why is it special b Work in groups. Present your object in the auction and listen to other students do the same. You have £500. Bid for the objects you want. 24

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2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 Review 1 a Read the conversations. Underline the correct words. 1 A Whats1 this/ these in English B It’s 2a / an notepad. A And what are 3 that / those B A Its / They’ re pens. 2 A Whats in the bag B A 5laptop / laptops two 6book / books a wallet and1 a / an umbrella. 5a Read the text. Replace the underlined words with pronouns. Paolo and I are on holiday in New York. Paolo and I are with our friends Hannah and David. Hannah and David are students at Columbia University in New York. Hannah is from California. Hannah is 20 years old. David is from South Africa. David is 21. Paolo Hannah David and I love New York. New York is a great city b Work with a partner. Practise the conversations with your own objects. 2a Work with a partner. Say the names of the films. • The Fantastic 4 • 12 Years a Slave • 84 Charing Cross Road • 100 Degrees Below zero • 9 to 5 • 17 Again b 2.24 Listen and check your answers. 3a Complete the conversation with the words in the box. a an he is Hes is isnt This Whats b Compare your answers with a partner. b Compare your answers with a partner. 6a Complete the description with in on near or next to. The Sherlock Holmes Museum is 1 _________Baker Street. It is 2_________Marylebone and Baker Street stations. Madame Tussauds is 3 _________Marylebone Road. It is 4 _________Baker Street station. London Zoo is 5 _________The Regents Park. The entrano is 6_________Prince Albert Road. 4a 2.25 Listen to a conversation. Complete the information. Name: Sarah_______________________________________ Country:___________________________________________ Job:_______________________________________________ Where:___________________________________________ b Think of a friend. Complete the table. Your friend Name C ountry Job C Work with a partner. Talk about your friend in exercise 4b. Use the conversation in exercise 3a to help you. b 2.26 Listen and check your answers. 7a Put the words in the correct order to make questions. 1 me. /Excuse /What /is /tim e /it 2 the / times / What / meeting 3 the / Is / eight / at / o’clock / film 4 What / bus / next / time’s / the b Match answers a-d to questions 1-4 in exercise 7a. a Its from two oclock to three o’clock b It’s at eleven twenty c Its six forty-five d No it’s at eight thirty. C Work with a partner. Practise the conversations. 25 A 1 ________ is my friend Ryan. B 2________his job A He’s 3 _________engineer. B 4________h e5 _________ computer engineer A Yes 6 _________. B Is he from the USA A No he7_________. 8 _________from Australia.

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GOALS ■ Use adjective + noun phrases 1 ■ Talk about possessions with have got Vocabulary Speaking noun phrases 1 adjective + Reading Vocabulary irregular plurals 3 Read the texts. Who has got friendly neighbours 1 a Match the phrases in the box to photos 1-6. a clever woman a funny film a friendly dog a great book a hard job a lovely city b 3.1 Listen check and repeat. a clever woman an old woman Catherine We’ve got a flat near Notre-Dame de Paris. Its a nice place. My job is in La Defense the business centre of Paris. Its a hard job. Im at work from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. So for me the flat is like a hotel. We’ve got five neighbours - three men and two women - but they aren’t our friends. Sanjay My flat is in Bengaluru in a building of about twenty flats and the people are very friendly. Two neighbours are good friends Amit and Syreeta. Theyre lovely people. Amits got a job in a hospital. Hes a musician too. Syreeta is an engineer. Shes a clever woman. Shes funny too. They’re from Delhi and theyve got two great children. 4a Read the texts again and complete the table. C Work with a partner. Student A say the number of a photo. Student B say the phrase. A Photo 5 B a clever woman 2 Work with a partner. Make sentences using a noun from the box and an adjective. book country film job man restaurant song Spain is a lovely country. Will Ferrell is a funny man. irregular plural nouns Singular Plural a man 1 a woman 2 a person 3 a child 4 b 3.2 Listen check and repeat. 5 Turn to page 108. Look at the illustration and write what you remember. Olff Oxford 3000™ 3.1 My neighbours People and possessions

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3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Grammar Speaking have got has got 6a Read the texts in exercise 3 again and complete the sentences. 1 We’ve got five_________ but they arent our friends. 2 Ive got two good_________in the building. 3 Amits got a job in a _________. 4 Amit and Syreeta are lovely people and theyve got_________great children. b Compare your answers with a partner. 10a Make notes about two neighbours or families near you. Name House/flat Job Children Pets Adjective b Work in small groups. Tell each other about the people you know. Use the texts in exercise 9a to help you. 7 Complete the Grammar focus box. Use exercise 6a to help you. GRAMMAR FOCUS have got has got Positive + l/You/We/They 1 _________ have got a lovely house. He/She/lt 2 has got a nice garden. •+ Grammar Reference page 120 I have got Ive got He has got Hes got Dietmar’ s ... READING SKILLS identifying key words Nouns and adjectives are key words - they carry the important information in a text. Recognizing the key words helps you understand the text. • Nouns are things dog information people Mario student and places school Italy London. • Adjectives give information about nouns Shes clever./Shes a clever woman. 1 a Read the text. Underline the nouns. Aqnieska and I have got a lovely flat in Poznan in Poland. It’s a great city. It’s got big universities and lovely buildings too. I’m a teacher in a university and Agnieska is a doctor. She’s got a hard job. She’s at the hospital from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. every day. b Compare your answers with a partner. Which nouns have CAPITAL letters 2 Read the text in exercise la again andcirclgthe adjectives. Which nouns do they refer to fovdy-fla t 3a Complete the text with the words from the boxes. Nouns children hotel manager pets room work Adjectives happy hard interesting Sophia has got an 1 _________house. It’s a 2_________ Shes the 3 _________ and shes got a quiet4_________there. She’s a t5 _________ from 6.30 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. every day. Its a 6_________ job but she’s 7_________. She hasnt got8 ______ but she’s got two 9 _________ - goldfish b Compare your answers with a partner. b Compare your answers with a partner. 27 b Compare your answers with a partner. 9a 3.3 Listen to two people talking about their neighbours. Complete the texts. 1 Antonys my neighbour. He’s got a 1 _________in my building. He’s a 2 _________in an Italian 3 _________ . He’s a 4 _________man and he’s got a nice 5 _________ . His name’s Mr Muffin. 2 Mr and Mrs Thompson are my 6 _________. They’re from New Zealand and theyre lovely 7 _________. Mr Thompson is a 8 _________ in a big 9 _________ and Mrs Thompson is a 1 0 _________. They’ve got four 1 1 _________and two 1 2 _________ . 8a Complete the text with the correct form of have got. y My nam e’s Lena. I’m a nurse and I live with my partner. We 1 __________ two cats and a dog. This is my village. I t 2__________ fourteen houses. 13 __________ great neighbours. Emilie and Bruno are a rtists they 4__________ lovely paintings in their house. My other neighbour Cedric is a teacher. He 5__________ a hard job but hes happy. He’s a good friend.

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3.2 Possessions GOALS ■ Ask and answer about possessions using have got ■ use opposite adjectives - Grammar Speaking and questions have got negatives 1 a Work with a partner. Look at Possessions in the world. Guess the missing numbers. 2 9 20 Possessions in the world Have you got a bicycle b 3.4 Listen and check your answers. 2a Look at ‘Possessions in the world’ again and complete the sentences. 1 30 of people in the world have got a _________. 2 1 in 5 people in the world has got a _________. 3 60 of people in the world haven’t got a ________ . 4 91 of people in the world haven’t got a ________ . b 3.5 Listen and check your answers. 3a 3.6 Listen to two people talking about possessions. Complete the questions and answers. 1 A Have you got a 1 _________ B 2 ________ I have. 2 A Have you got a 3 _________ B 4 ________ I haven’t 3 A Has your best friend got a 5 _________ B 6 ________ he hasnt. b Compare your answers with a partner. 4 Complete the Grammar focus box. Use exercises 2 and 3 to help you. GRAMMAR FOCUS have got negatives and questions Negative - i/You/We/They 1 got a television. have not got a mobile phone. He/She/lt hasnt got has not got a bank account. a bicycle. Questions 2 l/you/we/they got a car 3 he/she/it got a pet Short answers + Yes l/you/we/they 4 he/she/it has. - No l/you/we/they havent. he/she/it 5 Grammar Reference page 120 5a Complete the conversations with the words in the box. got has Has hasnt Have havent s ve 1 A 1 _________you got a pet B No I 2 _________.And you A Yes I have. I 3 _________got a dog. 2 A Has your best friend 4 _________a mobile phone B Yes he 5 _________. 3 A 6 _________she got a car B No she7_________.She8 _________ got a bicycle. b 3.7 Listen and check your answers. We have not got We havent got He has not got He hasnt got 28 O lff Oxford 3000™ Has your best friend got a pet have got a bicycle have got a car have got a TV have got a bank account m i jToj iT I Lm have got a pet

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3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 PRONUNCIATION and answers stress in yes/no questions 6a 3.8 Listen to the conversation. Notice the stress when you ask and answer. A Have you got a car • • B No I havent. And you • • A Yes I have. Ive got a Mercedes. b 3.8 Listen again and repeat. 9a Work with a partner. Use a/an + adjective to complete the sentences. 1 Switzerland is a_____ lovely country. 2 Tim Berners-Lee is___________________ man. 3 Romeo and Juliet is___________________ story. 4 New York is___________________ city. 5 My best friend is___________________ person. b Compare your answers with another pair. 10a Make three true and two false sentences using adjectives. 1 The USA is a poor country. 7 Work with a partner. Ask and answer questions about six possessions. A Have you got a car B Yes Ive got a Fiat. And you A Has your neighbour got a bicycle B No he hasnt opposite adjectives 8a 3.9 Read and listen to the adjectives in the Vocabulary focus box. VOCABULARY FOCUS opposite adjectives old 5 new good bad old young happy sad cold hot b Work with a partner. Talk about the illustrations in the Vocabulary focus box. Its an old phone. It’ s a new phone. b Work with a partner. Read your sentences to each other and say true and false. A The USA is a poor country. B False. The USA is a rich country. Listening Speaking talking about possessions 11a 3.10 J Listen to three conversations. Write the possession e.g. car and the adjective e.g. good in each conversation. Possession Adjective 1 2 3 b Compare your answers with a partner. 12a Complete conversation 3 from the listening in exercise 11a. A 1 _________you got a 2 _________ B No I havent. And you A Ive got a 3 _________. B Is it4_________ A No its only 5 _________. b 3.11 Listen and check your answers. 13a Work with a partner. Ask and answer questions about the items in the box. b Work with a partner. Talk about three other things you have. A Ive got an old laptop. Have you got a laptop B N o... 29 big small rich poor expensive 5 cheap Possessions bicycle car English book flat pet phone TV Adjectives bad big cheap clever cold expensive good hot new nice old small

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Family GOALS ■ use possessive determiners and possessives ■ Talk about family - Vocabulary Speaking family 1 a Look at photo 1 and the family tree. Complete sentences 1-5. Anna - Charlie A n d y -J o s ie D erek - Carol Fergus Katie Olivia 4a b possession 3.14 U Listen to a conversation about photo 2. Who is not in the photo 3.14 f Listen again andcirclethe words you hear. Listening Grammar 1 The woman next to the man is his wife / sister. 2 The girl is their mother / daughter. 3 The boy is her son / brother. 4 Weve got one boy and one girl in our family / children too. 5a Complete the Grammar focus box. Use exercise 4b to help you. GRAMMAR FOCUS 1 Possessive determiners Pronoun I you he she it we they Possessive determiner my your 1 2 its 3 4 - Grammar Reference page 121 1 _________is Annas father and Carol is her mother. 2 _________and Anna are husband and wife. 3 _________and Anna are brother and sister. 4 _________is Charlie and Annas daughter and Fergus is their son. 5 _________and_________ are Fergus Olivia and Katies grandparents. b 3.12 I Listen and check your answers. 2a Complete the table. Male Female 1 grandfather grandmother 2 mother parents 3 son children 4 brother 5 wife b 3.13 Listen check and repeat. 3 Work with a partner. Look at photo 2. Identify pairs of family members. Theyre brother and sister. b 3.15 Listen check and repeat. 6a Complete the sentences using possessive determiners. 1 This is my brother.________ names Tom. 2 Juan and Lolita are married._________son Rafael is seven years old. 3 Im Ioana._________last names Minculescu. 4 Aziza and 1 are from Kenya but_________best friends are from Canada. 5 Francesca is a nurse and_________husband Marco is an engineer. b Compare your answers with a partner. Look at the sentences in exercise 1 again and complete the Grammar focus 2 box with is or nothing -. GRAMMAR FOCUS 2 Possessive s We use is to talk about family and possessions. 1 After one name Katie: Carol is Katie grandmother 2 After two or more names Andy and Josie: Katie is Andy2_and Josie 3__daughter. - Grammar Reference page 121 Olff Oxford 3000™

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3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 8a Writes in the correct place in sentences 1-4. 1 Aideen is my brother wife. 2 Marichka and Mikolaj daughter is ten. 3 My husband name is Shuang. 4 This is Xavier and Carmen son Cristobal. b 3.16 Listen and check your answers. 9a Complete the text w iths or possessive determiners. We live in Taiwan. These are 1 _________neighbours Amy and Jerry and 2_________family. Amy and 3 _________husband have got two children.4_________ names are Grace and Oliver. Oliver is eight years old and 5 _________sister Grace is six. Amy 6 _________ parents are in Taiwan too. Amy 7 _________father is called Lee and 8 _________wife 9 _________ name is Yu. Jerry1 0_________parents Naomi and Adam live in the UK. Y __________________________________________________ b Compare your answers with a partner. Listening Speaking talk about family 10a 3.171 Listen to Elsa talking about her family. Correct the statements. 1 Elsa has got one brother and one sister. 2 Inga is twenty-seven years old. 3 Elsas sisters are teachers. 4 Inga is married. 5 Agneta’s husband is a doctor. b Work with a partner. Complete the questions from the listening in exercise 10a. 1 _________you_________ any brothers and sisters 2 What___________________ names 3 What___________________ jobs 4 _______________ married 11a Make notes in the table about a family you know. Name Family m em ber Age Job Peter brother b Work with a partner. Take turns to talk about a family you know using your notes in the table. A My brother Peter is twenty-six. Hes an engineer... B Is he m arried LISTENING SKILLS understanding finals The finals can mean: is has or possession. Listening for what comes a fte rs helps you understand the sentence. Structure Meaning Example 1 s + an + noun is Idas a chef. Ida is a chef 2 s + adjective is Alis funny. Ali is funny. 3 s + got has Kayos got two sons. Kayo has got two sons. 4 s + noun possession Filipas house is in Warsaw. her house 1a 3.181 Listen and complete the sentences. 1 My mother__________________ is very old. 2 Frank____________________________ . 3 My grandfather__________________ . 4 Sarah__________________ friendly dog. b What is the meaning ofs in the sentences in exercise la Write is has or possession. 1 possession 2 3.19 j Listen to Bruno talking about Carlo. Answer the questions. 1 Who is Carlo 3 Has he got children 2 What is his job 3a 3.20 Listen to Mia talking about four people and complete the information. is... has got... Nicole M ia s neighbour two children Ivy Robert Tony b Work with a partner. Tell each other the answers usings. Nicole is Mias neighbour. C 3.171 Listen again and check your answers. © VOX POPS VIDEO 3 31 I YU Jerry | Grace 5 Lee Am y Oliver

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Speaking and writing GOALS ■ use everyday expressions ■ Write a social media message Listening Speaking everyday expressions Excuse m e. T h a ts m y seat. E xcuse m e. W h e re s th e to ile t 1a 3.21 Look at illustrations 1-8. Listen and complete the conversations with responses a-h. a Oh thanks b Thats OK. Dont worry c Sorry I don’t know d Yes of course e Youre welcome f Yes please g Bless you h Oh Im so sorry. b 3.21 § Listen again and repeat each conversation. C Work with a partner. Practise the conversations. 2 3.22 J Read the Understanding... box and listen to the examples. UNDERSTANDING ... polite intonation Listen fo r th e inton atio n in everyday e xpressions to understand if the person is p olite o r not. in p olite expressions th e speakers voice goes up W r and d ow n a lot: A Excuse me. Can l sit here B Yes of course. 3a 3.23 I Listen to four everyday expressions and tick / the correct box. 1 2 3 4 Polite 0 □ □ □ N ot polite □ □ □ □ b 3.23 Listen again and for each expression choose the correct response from exercise la. 4 Talk to other students in the class. Practise the everyday expressions. Use the Language for speaking box to help you LANGUAGE FOR SPEAKING everyday expressions Atishoo Bless you Excuse me. Thats my seat. Im so sorry. Tea Yes please. Excuse me. Where is the toilet Sorry I dont know. Can isit here Yes of course. Thank you. You Ye welcome. After you. Thanks. Sorry Im late. Thats O K. Dont worry. 32 3.4 T h a n ks v e ry m uch . A tis h o o l A fte r you. Tea Can l s it here S o rry Im late.

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3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Reading Writing a social media message 5a Read the message from Eva to her friend Nula. Answer the questions. 1 Where is Eva 2 Who is she with 3 Why is she there 4 Where is their hotel 7a Read the Language for writing box. Eva Boyle 1 Hi N u la - I h o p e y o u re w e ll. H o w are th in g s in B ahrain 2 Im in L o n d o n fo r th re e days. Im h e re w ith S u nil. Hes h e re fo r a c o n fe re n c e but I m o n h o lid a y .3 L o n d o n is a g re a t city but its v e ry e x p e n s iv e . S u nils siste r is in L o n d o n and shes g o t a fla t here. H e r fla t is n ice but its sm a ll. Its g o t o n ly o n e b e d ro o m . W e re in a h o te l in K e n s in g to n and o u r ro o m is re a lly b ig . T h e h o te l has g o t a g re a t re s ta u ra n t and its n e a r th e c ity ce n tre . 4 M essa ge m e s o o n . Bye. x / Seen 08.35 b Look at the sentences with but in the message to Nula. What are the contrasting ideas great city/expensive city C Underline the sentences with and in Evas message. What are the similar ideas Sunils sister is in London./Sunils sister has got a fla t in London. 8a Work with a partner. Complete the sentences. Use and or but. 1 Its a good restaurant_________its not cheap. 2 Their family is poor_________they are happy. 3 Shes got one brother_________one sister. 4 Ive got paper_________I haven’t got a pen. 5 Her father is an engineer_________he has got a job on a big project in Vietnam. b Match items a-d to numbers 1-4 in Eva’s message a Describe the place b End the message c Say where you are and why d Start the message 6 Work with a partner. Complete the message. Use the text in exercise 5a to help you. ı__________ Leila 235 P -m- 2 ______________. Im in Hawaii on holiday Its beautiful here. Were in a hotel near the sea. 3 ____ .X b Make sentences using and and but. 1 Its a nice hotel... Its a nice hotel and its cheap. Its a nice hotel but its not near the centre. 2 It’s a beautiful city... 3 They’ve got two daughters... 4 Ive got a good job... 9a EES3 Work with a partner. Imagine you are in another country. Answer the questions: • Where are you • is it a nice place • Why are you there • Who are you with • Are you in a hotel • Where are you now b Write a social media message to a friend at home. Use sentences with and and but. C Swap your message with another pair. What is similar What is different Were in Turkey but theyre in Japan. Were on business and they’re on business too. 33 To jo in tw o sim ila r ideas use and. © © The hotel is nice and its near the city centre. To jo in tw o co n tra stin g ideas use but. © © The hotel is nice but its not near the city centre.

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Video A gadget-free life 1 Work with a partner. Look at the photos of Christopher and answer the questions below. 1 Where is Christopher from 2 How old is he 3 What is his job 4 Has he got a job in a company office 5 Is he happy in his life 2 © Watch the video. Check your answers to questions 1-5 in exercise 1. 3a © Watch the video again. Circle the correct options. 1 Two billion people in the world have got a mobile phone / a smartphone. 2 25/ 50 of people have got a laptop. 3 16 / 6 of people have got a tablet. 4 Christopher Jenkinson has got / hasnt got a computer. 5 He has got / hasnt got a TV but he has got / hasnt got a phone. 6 He has got a house / a fla t near the centre of Oxford. 7 Christopher is / isnt at his desk a lot. 8 His favourite books are comic books / old books. 9 He has got / hasnt got a car. 10 His friends have got / haven’t got smartphones. b Work with a partner. Write the things Christopher has got in his office at home. a desk. ... 4a |EH3 Work with a partner. Prepare questions to ask Christopher about his life. Use the prompts to help you. « ... from • ... job • ... o ffic e «... big «... o b je c ts / in y o u r o ffic e • ... a c o m p u te r • ... a car • ... h a p p y in y o u r life b Work with another partner. Role-play an interview with Christopher. 34

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3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 Review 1 a Put the words in the correct order to complete the sentences. 1 a / Stefan Hells / man / clever. 2 film / a / Birdmans / funny. 3 Viennas / city / a / nice. 4 neighbours / lovely / My / are / people . 5 a/country/M oroccos/friendly. 6 teaching / job / hard / Is / a b 3.24 Listen and check your answers. C Work with a partner. Make three similar sentences with different people and things. 2c Replace the highlighted adjectives with their opposite adjectives. 1 Ive got an old bicycle. Ive got a new bicycle. 2 Theyve got a big house. 3 Its an expensive laptop. 4 He isnt a rich man. 5 This coffee is hot. 6 Its a good restaurant. 7 Its a happy film. 8 His father is very young. b Compare your answers with a partner. 3a Write one word in each gap. Use contractions where possible. 1 A 1 _________you and Fred got pets B No we2_________. But my mother 3 _________ got nine cats. A Nine Has she 4_________a big house B No she5 _________. Its a small house but it6 _________got a garden. 2 A 7_________your parents got a car B No they 8 _________. We haven’t got cars in our family. 19__ _got a car my brother1 0 __ _ got a car and my parents1 1 _________got a car. A What transport have you got B 1 2 _________got bicycles. 3.25 Listen and check your answers. C Have similar conversations. Ask your partner about these things: 1 neighbours - pets 2 family-car 3 you - new phone 4a 3.26 Listen to Calebs description of his neighbours. Complete the table. N u m b e r 34 N u m b e r 38 P e op le in th e house P e o p le s jo b s Pets b Work with a partner. Talk about Caleb’s neighbours. C Writes in the correct place in sentences 1-4. 1 Linda is Charlie wife. 2 Charlie and Linda children are young. 3 The children pet is a dog called Benji. 4 Caleb neighbours are friendly. 5a Match answers a-f to expressions 1-6. b Work with a partner. Take turns to say the expressions and check your answers. 6a Correct the seven mistakes in the email. 35 1 Atishoo a Yes please. 2 Coffee b Sorry 1 dont know. 3 Where is Mr Kirks office c Youre welcome. 4 Can I sit here d Bless you 5 Thank you. e Thats OK. Dont worry. 6 Sorry I’m late. f Yes of course. H i Paul. 1 h o p e y o u re 1 g o o d . H o w a re th in g s in M a n ila Im 2 a t Ita ly fo r a w e e k . I’m h e re f o r 3 a n c o n fe re n c e . Ita ly is v e ry n ic e a n d th e fo o d 4 a re g re a t b u t its e x p e n s iv e h e re . J a c k is a t th e c o n fe re n c e to o . W e 5 is in th e s a m e h o te l. 6 H e v e g o t a ro o m n e x t to m y ro o m . Its a n ic e h o te l 7 b u t its n e a r th e c e n tre . S e e y o u s o o n C a rrie b Compare your answers with a partner.

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4.1 About me GOALS ■ Use present simple positive with common verbs ■ Talk about your life . Reading Grammar present simple positive 1 Look at the photos. Are they... a husband and wife b brother and sister 2 4.1 Read and listen to the text about Auma and Barack. What is similar about their lives What is different • parents • children • home • job 3a Match the highlighted verbs in the text to photos a-g. b Compare your answers with a partner. Say each verb. 4a Read the text again and complete the sentences in the Grammar focus box. GRAMMAR FOCUS present simple positive To make the present simple positive we use: 1 l/You/We/They + verb 11 study at a school in the USA. They2 _________the same father. 2 He/She/lt + verb + es He3 _________basketball. She 4_________for a charity. To make the he/she/it form we ... 1 add -s to most verbs: play - plays read - reads 2 add -es to verbs ending in -ch -sh -ss -o: go - goes 3 delete -y and add -ies to verbs ending in consonant + -y: study -»studies Note: the he/she/it form of the verb have is has. - Grammar Reference page 122 T h is is A u m a O b a m a . S h e liv e s in N a ir o b i in K e n y a a n d s h e h a s a d a u g h t e r n a m e d A k in y i. S h e w o r k s f o r a c h a r it y - s h e te a c h e s y o u n g p e o p le f r o m p o o r fa m ilie s . T h is is h e r b r o th e r B a ra c k . T h e y h a v e th e s a m e fa th e r b u t d if f e r e n t m o th e r s . B a ra c k liv e s in th e U S A w ith h is w ife a n d t w o d a u g h te r s . H is d a u g h te r s s t u d y a t a s c h o o l th e r e . H e g o e s a b r o a d a lo t b u t w h e n h e h a s tim e h e p la y s b a s k e tb a ll r e a d s b o o k s a n d w a tc h e s f ilm s - h is fa v o u r ite s a re C a sa b la n ca a n d O n e F lew O v e r t h e C u ck o o s N e s t A n d h e lik e s S p id er-M a n c o m ic s A u m a a n d h e r b r o t h e r h a v e d if f e r e n t liv e s b u t t h e ir jo b s a re s im ila r. T h e y w a n t t o h e lp p e o p le . 5 Complete the sentences about Auma and Barack. 1 Barack reads books. 2 Auma________ young people. 3 Auma and Barack_________different mothers. 4 Barack_________Spider-Man comics. 5 Auma________ a daughter named Akinyi. 6 Barack and his family________ in the USA. b Compare your answers with a partner. 36 O n Oxford 3000™ My life

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4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 PRONUNCIATION present simple w ith he/she/it The present simple ending -es is pronounced in three ways. /s/ likes works /z/ goes lives plays reads studies /IZ/ teaches watches 6a 4.2 | Listen and repeat the sounds and verbs. b Work with a partner. Say the sentences in exercise 5. Vocabulary Speaking common verbs 7a Complete phrases 1-9 with the verbs in the box. go like live play read study teach watch work 1 in Kenya/in a flat 2 at a school/English 3 abroad/to Italy 4 for a charity/in an office 5 basketball/the violin 6 comics/cars 7 young people/English 8 TV/films 9 newspapers/books b 4 .3 Listen and check your answers. C Work with a partner. Add one more word or phrase to each verb. live in Kenya/in a flat/in. Zurich 8 Write two true and two false sentences. Read your sentences to your partner and say true or false. A I live in aflat. B False. You live in a house. 9a Work with a partner. Use the prompts to talk about your life. 1 I live in... 2 I work at/in/for... 3 I study at/-... 4 I play + noun... 5 In my free time I watch/read + noun... b Work with a different partner. Tell them about your partner in exercise 9a. Chelsea lives in a fla t on Tackley Road. She works in a school... 1 0 Tell the class about you and other students. Who is similar Who is different Jakub lives in Prague but I live in Kladno. We study at Charles University. READING SKILLS u n d e r s ta n d in g v e r b p h ra s e s To understand verb phrases ... • Focus on the verbs first e.g. study like lives goes. • Look at the idea that comes after the verb: • noun a teacher a hotel • a longer idea in a small hotel in Kiev at university in London 1 Match verbs 1-6 to nouns and phrases a-f. 1 go c a the guitar 2 watch b in a hospital 3 play c to the beach 4 live d TV 5 study e in Lisbon 6 work f art 2 Underline the verb phrases in sentences 1-6. 1 In her free time Amelia goes to the cinema. 2 We watch a lot of films. 3 Anton studies English at university. 4 Severine plays golf at the weekend. 5 Omar teaches maths in a school. 6 Bryan and Anna like music. 3 Read the text and answer questions 1-5. M y n a m e s G io rg ia a n d th is is m y s is te r V a le n tin a . W e a re tw in s b u t w e h a v e v e ry d iffe re n t live s. I live in M ila n a n d Im a n u rse . I w o rk in a h o s p ita l in th e c ity . V a le n tin a s tu d ie s m u s ic a t th e U n iv e rs ity o f P a le rm o . S h e te a c h e s c la s s e s to o . V a le n tin a a n d I like s p o r t a n d m u s ic b u t I h a v e n t g o t tim e fo r s p o rt. A t th e w e e k e n d V a le n tin a p la y s te n n is a n d s h e g o e s to th e b e a c h . B u t I re a d b o o k s a n d w a tc h T V a t th e w e e k e n d . 1 Where does Giorgia live 2 Where does Giorgia work 3 What does Valentina study 4 What do the twins like 5 What do they do at the weekend 3 7

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4.2 Journeys GOALS ■ use th e p re sen t sim ple negative ■ Talk a b o u t journeys Vocabulary Speaking transport 1 Work with a partner. What forms of transport do you know 2a Look at the infographic. Complete sentences 1-7 with the words in the box. 1 35 of people in London in the UK drive to work. 2 A lot of people in Switzerland go to work by________ . Over 2900 trains go through Zurich station every day. 3 In the USA 4 million people_________to work or school. 4 In Copenhagen Denmark 36 of people_________to work school or university. 5 In Sydney Australia 17 of people go to work on public transport. Some people go by_________. 6 A lot of people in Vietnam go to work by_________. Hanoi has 3 million motorbikes. 7 In Sao Paulo Brazil 6 million people go by_________ every day. b 4.4 Listen and check your answers. 3 Work with a partner. Student A say the city. Student B say the transport. A In London... B ... they drive to work. I go to w o rk by train. 4 Work in small groups. Tell each other about your transport. I cycle to work. And you 38 O n Oxford 3000™ Transport around the world The USA Denmark Copenhagen 36 Vietnam Hanoi 3 million 4 million The UK London 35 Brazil Sao Paulo 6 million 2900 17 Switzerland Zurich Australia Sydney Nouns b u s fe rr y m o to rb ik e tra in verbs c y c le d riv e w a lk

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4.1 4 .2 4.3 4.4 4.5 Listening Grammar negative present simple 5a 4.5 Listen to four people talking about their journeys to work. Match beginnings 1-5 to endings a-e. 1 Christina a walks to work. 2 Pedro b cycles to work. 3 Tai c goes to work by train. 4 Candice d drives to work. 5 James e goes to university by motorbike. b 4.5 Listen again andcirdethe words you hear. 1 I don’t go by bus because my house is five /fifteen minutes from my work. 2 We drive to work. We dont like buses / trains. 3 I don’t drive to university. I dont have a bicycle / car. 4 My husband James works in Pretoria. It’s 17/70 kilometres to Pretoria. Fie doesnt walk to work. 6 Complete the Grammar focus box. Use exercise 5b to help you. GRAMMAR FOCUS present simple negative -» Grammar Reference page 122 7a Change the positive verbs into negative. 1 We work near the centre. 2 Christina lives in New York. 3 The city has good buses. 4 The trains go to Essex Road. 5 Pedro goes to work by bus. 6 l like old ferries. b 4.6 Listen check and repeat. 8a Read about Sun-Hees journey to work. Student A turn to page 108. Student B turn to page 113. b Take turns to tell your partner about Sun-Hee. A Sun-Hee lives in Sydney... C Make the sentences about Sun-Hee true for you. Use negatives. I dont live in Sydney. I live in Cairo in Egypt. LISTENING SKILLS understanding positive and negative contractions Native English speakers often use contractions when they speak: Im The womans We dont Understanding contractions helps you understand spoken English better. Negative contractions end in nt e.g. dont arent havent. 1 Underline the negative words. a re n t d o e s n t h a s n t h es is n t its th e y v e w e re y o u re 2 4.7 Listen to six sentences. Write the contractions. Are they positive or negative 1 __________________ 2 ____________________ 3 __________________ 4 __________________ 5 __________________ 6 ____________________ 3 4.8 Listen to Ye-eun talking about her brother Bon-hwa. Tick / the correct name for each statement in the table. Ye-eun Bon-hwa / lives in South Korea is a student works in a restaurant has got a car goes to the university by bus goes to the beach is happy 9 Work with another partner. Talk about your first partners journey. Rob doesn’t live in Sydney. He lives in Cairo in Egypt. 39 l/You/We/They 1 do not drive. like buses. He/She/lt 2 does not work. walk to work.

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4.3 My day GOALS ■ A sk present sim ple yes/no que stio ns ■ Talk a b o u t yo u r day Vocabulary Listening daily activities 4 Look at the profile of Helena Morrissey. What is surprising about her 1 a 4.9 Listen and put the days in the correct place in the calendar. Friday Monday Saturday Sunday Thursday Tuesday Wednesday ♦ JQ MARCH M T W T F S S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 b 4.9 Listen again and repeat. 2 Work in small groups. Answer the questions. 1 Whats your favourite day Why 2 What’s a day you don’t like Why not My favourite day is Saturday. 1 dont go to work and I watch football. 3a 4.10 Look at the illustrations. Listen and repeat the verbs. get dressed check emails get up have breakfast start work finish work go out go to bed get home b Work with a partner. Student A say the second part of one of the daily activities. Student B say the complete phrase. A breakfast B have breakfast 5a 4.11 Listen to Helena talking about her day. Note down three things she does with her family. b 4.11 j Listen again and underline the correct options. 1 I get up at 5 a.m. and have a shower / check my emails. 2 I have breakfast with my husband / children. 3 I go to work by train / taxi. 4 I start work at 8.00 a.m. and finish / get home at about 6.30 p.m. 5 I have dinner at 7.30 /8.30 p.m. 6 After dinner I work again / go to bed. 7 I work / don’t work at the weekend. 8 On Saturdays we watch a film or have dinner / go out with friends. C Compare your answers with a partner. 6 Work with a partner. Look at two other profiles. Student A turn to page 108. Student B turn to page 113. This interview with Helena Morrissey is fictitious and is based on media reporting. 40 O n Oxford 3000™ have a shower go to work have dinner Name: Helena Morrissey Job: CEO of Newton Investment Management Home: London Family: Married with nine children Hobbies: Pilates activities with the family

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4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 Grammar Speaking questions present simple yes/no 7 Read the questions and answers from the listening in exercise 5a. Complete the Grammar focus box. 1 A Do you get up early B Yes I do. 2 A Does your husband work B No he doesn’t - Grammar Reference page 123 b 4.12 1 Listen again and repeat. C Work with a partner. Ask and answer the questions about Helena in exercise 8a. 10a EES3 Work with a partner. Use the verbs and phrases in the box to talk about your day. Ask each other questions. get up have breakfast go to work work finish work get home have dinner go out go to bed A I get up at 9.00 and have breakfast. B Do you have breakfast at home b Work with a different partner. Ask and answer questions about your first partners and make notes. A Does Giorgio get up early B No he doesnt He gets up at 9.00. C Tell the class about the two people in exercise 10b. Say one thing that is the same and one thing that is different about their day. Eliska gets up at 7.00 but Giorgio gets up at 9.00. 8a Put the words in the correct order to make questions about Helena Morrissey and her family. 1 early / she / up / Does / get Dots she g e t up early 2 her / Do / up / 5.00 / children / get / at 3 have / Does / her family / she / with / breakfast 4 she / work / Does / to / drive 5 work / dinner / she / Does / after 6 at/h er/h om e/liv e/D o/ch ild ren 7 she / Does / weekend / the / at / work 8 out / friends / Do / with / go / Helena and her husband b Compare your questions with a partner. O Do you... Does he... PRONUNCIATION stress in present simple yes/no questions and answers 9a 4.12 Listen to two questions from the interview with Helena. Notice the stress when you ask and answer. • • 1 A Do you work at the weekend B Yes I do. • • 2 A Does your husband work B No he doesnt. v r m w m verb + noun phrases 11a Read the Vocabulary focus box about phrases. VOCABULARY FOCUS phrases with go get have Some words often go together go to school have lunch etc.. Learn these groups of words together. It helps you remember vocabulary. b Write three sentences about yourself or people you know using phrases with go have and get. Dont write the second part of the phrases. I get_________at 5 oclock. C Swap sentences with a partner. Take turns to guess the missing words. A You get up at 5 oclock. B False. I get hom e at 5 oclock. © VOX POPS VIDEO 4 41 Yes/No questions 1 l/you/we/they work at the weekend 2 he/she check emails at 5.00 Short answers + Yes l/you/we/they do. - No l/you/we/they don’t. Yes he/she does. No. he/she3 GRAMMAR FOCUS present simple yes/no questions g° to work/to school/to university out with friends to bed have breakfast/lunch/dinner a shower/a bath a coffee get home up

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Speaking and writing GOALS ■ A sk fo r th in g s in a shop ■ w rite an in fo rm a l em ail Listening Speaking in a shop 1a Match the shops to photos 1-4. D pharmacy D department store D electronics shop □ bookshop b 4.131 Listen to four conversations between the customer C and the shop assistant SA. What does each person 1-4 want to buy • vitamins • a tablet • an umbrella • nothing 4a 4.15 Listen. Do you hear one number or two numbers 1 one / two 3 one / two 2 one / two 4 one / two b 4.15 Listen again and write the prices. 2a Complete the conversations in exercise la with items a-f. a No thanks. Just looking b OK. Ill take it. c Excuse me. Do you have any umbrellas d How much is this tablet please e Great. Thank you. f No I need vitamins too. b 4.131 Listen again and check your answers. C Work with a partner. Practise the conversations in exercise la. 3 4.14 Read the Understanding... box and listen to the examples. UNDERSTANDING ... prices To understand prices listen for: • one number: 10 - ten dollars £23 - tw enty-three pounds 85p - eighty-five pence OR • two numbers: €37.50 - thirty-seven euros fifty £9.99 - nine pounds ninety-nine 5 Work with a partner. Ask and answer about prices. Student A turn to page 108. Student B turn to page 113. 6a Read the Language for speaking box. LANGUAGE FOR SPEAKING in a shop Customer Shop assistant Excuse me Do you have a/any... Yes its they re over there. How much is/are... OK. /// take it./lll take them. its SlOJTheyre £24.99. Shop assistant Customer Can l help you Yes please. ı need an/four... No thanks. Just looking. Is that everything Yes thank you. No I need an/two .... too. Work with a partner. Take turns to be a shop assistant and a customer. Ask for the items in the box. Use the Language for speaking box to help you. laptop nothing notepad pens 4 2 4.4 c 1 ____________ SA Yes. Theyre over there near the window. C 2_________________ SA Can l help you C 3 _________________ SA is that everything c 4 ____________ C 5 _________________ SA ItS £75. C 6_________________

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4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 Reading Writing an informal email 7 Anastasia is Angelo’s friend. Read the emails. Are sentences 1-4 true T or false F 1 Anastasia arrives in the morning. 2 Angelo lives near the hotel. 3 The bus goes near Angelo’s house. 4 The bus ticket is cheap. Hi Angelo I arrive at Ninoy Aquino International Airport at 5.10 p.m. but I dont have your address. Does the bus go to your house How much is a ticket Thanks. Anastasia V ____________________________________ / Hi Anastasia Thanks for your email. The airport bus doesnt go to my house but it goes to the hotel near my house - the Bignay Hotel. You buy your ticket on the bus. Its not expensive. Call me when you get to the hotel. My mobile phone number is 09 817 3329 6400. Cant wait to see you Angelo - b Read the Language for writing 1 box. Match beginnings 1-5 to endings a-e to make five punctuation rules. LANGUAGE FOR WRITING 1 use basic punctuation 1 Use a full stop . a ... at the end of a question. 2 Use a question mark b ... before but. 3 Use a comma c ... where a letter is missing. 4 Use an apostrophe d ... at the end of a sentence. 5 Use an exclamation mark e ... to show strong feelings. 9a Complete the email with the correct punctuation. Use: • three full stops • two exclamation marks • three question marks • four apostrophes • two commas Hi Marie How are you lm in Australia now and I love it Its very hot but thats okay I get to Sydney bus station tom orrow but I dont know what tim e My number is 0460 741 9935 Whats your telephone number Do l walk from the station to your house Cant wait to see you Jens b Compare your answers with a partner. 10a Read the Language for writing 2 box. LANGUAGE FOR WRITING 2 an informal email Start w ith ... Hi/Hello + name Continue with... How are you/Thanks for your email. End with... Cant wait to see you./Thanks/Love + your name b U dM You want to visit your partner. Write an email and ask questions about how to get to their house. Use the Language for writing boxes to help you. C Swap your email with your partner and write a reply. 8a Find andcircleall the punctuation marks commas full stops etc. in the emails. 43

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4.5 Video A day in the life of a journalist 1 a Work with a partner. Match a verb in A to a phrase in B. A B cook d in ne r listen a story the guitar go play dinner by bike have write breakfast to the news b Look at the photos from the video. Tick / the verb phrases in exercise la that you see. 2 J Watch the video. Are the sentences true T or false F 1 Portia lives in Chinatown in London. 2 She works for a big news company. 3 She works in an office. 4 She drives a lot in New York. 5 Today she has an interview with a lawyer. 6 She watches TV in her work. 3a Complete the summary with the words in the box. home listens London loves New York news story six transport TV Portia gets up a t1 six oclock checks her emails and reads th e 2_________ . She has breakfast and then starts work. She works a t3_________ . First she phones her boss in 4 _________ . They decide on an interesting5 _________ and Portia writes it. Today she has a story about6 _________ problems.7 _________ has a lot of traffic. After the interview Portia goes home. She8 _________ to the interview writes the story and sends it to her boss in the evening she plays the guitar and watches9 _________ . She1 0 _________ her job. b © Watch the video again and check your answers. 4a Work with a partner. Write six to eight questions to ask other students about their daily routine. Use the words in the box and the prompts to help you. cook finish get home get up go to bed go out have start use watch work • Do you... • What time do you ... • What do you ... • What transport do you ... • Where do you ... b Ask four students your questions. White their answers. C Work with a partner. Tell them about the other students. Three students get up at 7 a.m. 44

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4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 Review 1 Complete the text with the present simple form of the verbs in brackets. Matt Damon is a film actor and writer. He 1 _________ live in Los Angeles California with his wife Luciana. They 2 _________have four daughters. Matt often 3 _________work at home. He 4_________ study stories for new films. But sometimes he5 _________go to other countries for his work. When he 6 ________ have time Matt7 _________watch his favourite baseball team the Boston Red Sox. He also 8 _________play card games. 2a Match the words from the box to illustrations 1-6. bus cycle drive ferry train walk b Work with a partner. Make questions with the words and phrases in exercise 2a. 1 Do you cycle to work C Work in small groups. Ask and answer the questions in exercise 2b . Tell the class about your group. Two people in our group cycle to work. Nobody in our group goes to work by ferry. 3a Match beginnings 1-7 to endings a-g. 1 We live a at the university. 2 My father goes b got a good job. 3 I study c TV in the evening. 4 My mother d dont have pets. 5 My best friend has e to work by train. 6 Our neighbours f doesn’t like sport. 7 I watch g in a big city. b Work with a partner. Make the sentences in exercise 3a true for you. We dont live in a big city. We live in a small town. 4a Complete the conversations. White one word in each gap. 1 A What time1 _________you get up B l 2 _________up at 8 a.m. A Thats late. When 3 _________you start work B At 9 a.m. But my work4________ very near my house. 2 A 5 _________you work at home B No I 6 _________. But my husband 7 _________ at home. A What job 8 ________ he do B He 9_________for a newspaper. Hes a journalist. b 4.16 Listen and check your answers. 5a Work with a partner. Read the text about John and try to guess the missing information. John works in a car factory. He starts work at1 _________ and 2 _________at 4 a.m. He gets home at3 _________ and goes to 4 ________ at 7 a.m. He gets up at5 _________ has 6 _________and then goes to his daughter’s 7 _________. His wife 8 _________ home at 5 p.m. and the family has 9 ________ . b 4.17 | Listen to an interview with John and check your answers. 6a Match items 1-5 to answers a-e. 1 Can I help you a OK. Ill take it. 2 Excuse me. Do you b No thanks. Just looking have any wallets c It’s £6. 3 It’s 24.99. 1 Yes they’re over there 4 Is that everything near the window. 5 How much is this e No I need a notepad too. umbrella b Work with a partner. Practise the conversations. 7 Complete the email with the correct punctuation. 45 go b y __________ go by go b y __________ Hi Vanessa Thanks for your email1_I arrive in Barcelona at 4 o2_ c lo c k 3_ but I don4_ t know your address5— When do you finish work6_ Send me a text message7_ My mobile phone number is 622 809 77348_ Can’t wait to see you9_ David

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Style and design GOALS ■ Use adverbs o f fre qu e ncy ■ Talk a b o u t clothes adverbs of frequency 1 Work with a partner. Look at the photos. What clothes types do you wear 2a Read the first paragraph of the text. What do most people wear b Read the three comments and answer the questions. Write Hussain Philip or Sophie. W ho... 1 always enjoys clothes shopping Sophie 2 doesn’t often buy clothes 3 usually wears sports clothes 4 sometimes goes clothes shopping with his wife 5 never wears casual clothes at work 3a Look at the questions in exercise 2b and the highlighted sentence in the text. Read the Grammar focus box and underline the correct options in the rule. 5.1 You probably think that there are many different types of clothes. But in fact there are only four basic types: sports clothes smart clothes for work or going out casual clothes and fashion clothes. Some people always wear one type. But most of us wear different types of clothes at different times. Here are some of our readers comments. Clothes style What clothes type are you G R A M M A R FO C U S adverbs o f frequency We use always usually often sometimes never to say how often people do things. Adverbs of frequency come 1 before / after most verbs b u t2 before / after the verb be. - Grammar Reference page 124 Reading Grammar b Put an adverb of frequency in each sentence. 1 Clothes shopping is exciting. 2 Rich people and poor people wear the same clothes. 3 Good shoes are expensive. 4 Fashion magazines have young people in them. 5 Smart clothes at work are a good thing. 6 Expensive clothes are good quality. C Compare your answers with a partner. Do you agree Hussain: ˈ 1 always wear smart clothes in the week because I work in a bank. At the weekend I usually wear sports clothes because I cycle a lot. Philip: ‘Clothes aren’t important to me. I don’t often buy my clothes. I sometimes go shopping with my wife but I don’t like clothes shopping.’ Sophie: ‘I never wear smart clothes at work because I work at home. But I like fashion and I love shopping for clothes with my friend Jenny at the weekend. Jennys clothes are always amazing. Otff O xford 3000™ I always buy my own clothes. I usually go shopping at the weekend. I often wear smart clothes at work. I sometimes wear casual clothes. I never wear sports clothes.

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5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 Vocabulary Speaking colours and clothes 4a 5.1 Listen to the colours and repeat. b Work with a partner. Whats your favourite colour What things do you have in this colour My favourite colour is ...// lik e... My phone is blue. C Work in small groups. Say two things for each colour. Petras car and my pen are red. 5a Work with a partner. Match descriptions 1-4 to photos A-D in exercise 1. 1 A man in blue jeans and a green jumper. A woman in a red top and blue jeans. 2 A man in a green jumper and brown trousers. A woman in a black top a grey skirt and black shoes. 3 A man in a blue jacket and trousers and a blue shirt. A woman in a red dress. 4 A man in a yellow T-shirt black trousers and white trainers. A woman in a grey top and a grey hat. b 5.21 Listen and check your answers. PRONUNCIATION word stress: clothes 6a 5.3 | Listen to the words in the box and write them in the correct place in the table. one syllable • tw o syllables • dress ja cket b 5.4 Listen check and repeat. R E A D IN G SKILLS and b u t b eca use To understand co nn ectio ns b e tw e e n ideas look for: 1 and- a d d s inform a tion 2 but - gives d iffe re n t inform a tion 3 because - gives reasons Kunikos got a beautiful red top and her shoes are red too. I like Ramons jeans but I dont like his hat. I dont drive to work because I havent got a car. 1a Match beginnings 1-6 to endings a-f. 1 She lives in the city because 2 She starts work at 8 a.m. and 3 Shes got a lot of money but 4 She works in a clothes shop in the day and 5 She is thirty-two years old but 6 She wears smart clothes because a she finishes at 5 p.m. b she lives with her parents c in a restaurant in the evening d her job is there e she works in a bank f she doesnt wear expensive clothes. I like p e o p le s c lo th e s in L o n d o n b e c a u s e th e y a re d iffe re n t. O u r n e ig h b o u rs D a v id a n d E rika a re a g o o d e x a m p le . T h e y lo ve fa s h io n b u t th e y d o n ’t like n e w c lo th e s . D a v id ’s g ra n d fa th e r is fro m th e U S A a n d D a v id o fte n w e a rs h is o ld c lo th e s - c o w b o y s h ir ts a n d le a th e r ja c k e ts . E rika w e a rs o ld c lo th e s b e c a u s e s h e lik e s fa s h io n fro m th e 1 9 5 0 s a n d 1 9 6 0 s. E rika w o rk s in a c lo th e s s h o p in B ric k L a n e a nd s h e is a c lo th e s d e s ig n e r to o . S h e s o m e tim e s m a k e s h e r o w n c lo th e s . H e r d re s s e s are a m a z in g D a v id a n d E rik a s c lo th e s a re n t e x p e n s iv e b u t th e y lo o k g re a t. 2a Read the text about David and Erika and answer the questions. b Compare your answers with a partner. C Work with a partner. Student A say the name of a person in photos A-D. Student B say the clothes. A Tara B She has a red top blue jeans and a grey jacket. E Z 3 H S Work in small groups. Take turns to describe somebodys clothes in the class and guess who it is. A She has a red jacket. B Is it Francesca A Yes it is. 1 Why does the writer like clothes in London 2 What clothes do David and Erika like 3 What clothes does David wear 4 Why does Erika wear old clothes 5 What are Erikas two jobs 6 What is good about Erika and David’s clothes b Compare your answers with a partner. 4 7 d re s s h a t ja c k e t je a n s ju m p e r s h irt sh oe s s k irt to p tra in e rs tro u s e rs T -sh irt

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5.2 Amazing architecture GOALS ■ A sk Wh- q ue stio ns ■ Talk a b o u t a b uilding you like Vocabulary Listening adjectives Name: The Allianz Arena Location: M unich1 _____________ Function:2 _____________ stadium Design feature: changes3 _____________ Opening times: 1 0 . 0 0 - 4_________ Name: The Dancing House Location: Prague Czech Republic Function:5 _____________ building and restaurant Design feature: like tw o 6 _____________ dancing opening times: restaurant 12.00 - 7_______ 1 Work with a partner. Look at the photos. Choose adjectives from the box to talk about the two buildings. beautiful big different exciting interesting modem old unusual 2a 5.5 Listen to two conversations and complete the two factfiles. b Compare your answers with a partner. 3a 5.6 Listen to the first conversation again. Underline the correct words. T he A llia n z A re n a c h a n g e s c o lo u r b e c a u s e 1 s e v e n / d ifferen t te a m s p la y fo o tb a ll th e re . It’s 2 r e d / b row n w h e n th e ‘ B a y e rn M u n ic h ’ te a m p la y a n d 3g r e e n / b lu e w h e n ‘ I8 6 0 M u n ic h ’ p la y. A n d it’s 4 b la ck / w h ite fo r th e G e rm a n n a tio n a l te a m . b Compare your answers with a partner. Grammar Speaking Wh- questions 4a Work with a partner. Complete the questions with question words. What When Where Why 1 A _________ is it B Its in Prague. 2 A _________ do people do there B They work there. Its an office building. 3 A _________ do you like it B Because it’s an exciting design. 4 A _________ is it open B The restaurant is open from 12 midday to 10 o’clock at night. b 5.7 Listen to the second conversation again and check your answers. Olff Oxford 3000™

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5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 5 Complete the rules in the Grammar focus box. Use exercise 4a to help you. G R A M M A R FO C U S Wlo questions 6a Complete the questions with What Where When or Why. 1 Where do you live 2 ________ is your favourite colour 3 _________do the shops close on Saturday 4 _________do people like fashion 5 _________does your family eat dinner 6 ________ music do you like 7 ________ do you buy your clothes 8 _________is English a useful language b 5.8 Listen check and repeat. C Work with a partner. Ask and answer the questions in exercise 6a. 7a Put the words in the correct order to make questions. 1 go / you / do / Where / on holiday 2 you / English / speak / When / do 3 house/W here/your/is 4 do / Why / study / you / Fnglish 5 birthday / is/W hen/your 6 at / clothes / you / What / wear / work / do 7 do / weekend / you / do / at / What / the b Work with a different partner. Ask and answer the questions in exercise 7a. Are any of your answers the same 8 Work with a partner. Take turns to ask questions about buildings. Student A turn to page 109. Student B turn to page 113. 9 Talk about a building you like. Ask each other questions. A I like the Burj Khalifa. B Where is it LISTE N IN G SKILLS understanding chunks In spoken English sentences are divided in to chunks groups o f w ords. Listening fo r speech chunks helps you to understand spoken English. © VOX POPS VIDEO 5 49 we use ... 1 W hat to ask about things 2 __________to ask about places 3 __________to ask about time 4 __________to ask about reasons Wh- questions with the verb be Wh- word + 5 _________ /are + subject Wh- questions with other verbs Wh- word + 6_________ /does + subject + verb Note: We also use What + noun e.g. What colour is her dress G ram m ar R eference page 124 5.9 Read and listen to sentences 1-4. Notice the chunks. 1 What music do you like 2 I dont work at the weekend. 3 Do you read comics in your free time 4 My friend has a house in France. 2a 5.10 Listen and mark the speech chunks in sentences 1-4. 1 I play football every Thursday. 2 What car do you drive 3 They live next to the station. 4 I never wear blue jeans. b Compare your answers with a partner. 3a 5.11 Listen to a conversation about a famous building the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore. What facilities has the hotel got b 5.11 Listen again andcirdethe chunks you hear. 1 Do you know / Do you speak 2 What is it / What does it 3 Its a big hotel / Its a cheap hotel 4 Its got a swimming pool / Its got a restaurant 5 It looks amazing /It is amazing 6 museum of art and science / museum of natural science 7 Do you want to go / Do you want to see 8 It’s very expensive. / It’s never expensive. C Work with a partner. Practise the conversation. Use the chunks in exercise 3b to help you.

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5.3 Styles around the world GOALS ■ use th e p re sen t sim ple ■ Talk a b o u t body p a rts ■ Talk a b o u t style and fashion - Reading Grammar different styles 1 Work with a partner. Discuss the questions. 1 What styles do you like from other countries Think about lifestyle clothes architecture etc. I like Australia’ s beach lifestyle. People go to the beach at the weekend. They walk swim or go surfing. 2 Do you have clothes from other countries What are they 2 Look at the text and the photos. Match paragraphs 1-4 to photos a-d. Which of these styles do you like Why 3 Read the text again and choose the correct options. 1 Chola women wear a shawl because its stylish / cold in their country. 2 A Chola woman doesn’t usually wear trousers / skirts. 3 People use fake tan because they dont like white / brown skin. 4 A Where do the Miao live B In the south of China / India. 5 A Do children in New Zealand always wear shoes in the street B Yes they do. / No they dont. 6 The writer comes from Japan / New Zealand. Styles around the world 1 The Chola women of Bolivia are famous for their style. They wear big skirts and bowler hats. They also wear a shawl around their body because it is sometimes very cold in Bolivia. Their clothes are always really colourful. 2 In the USA and in northern Europe people put fake tan on their hands and faces because they don’t like very white skin. Women put it on their arms and legs too. They want to have brown skin but sometimes the colour is orange 3 The Miao live in the south of China. The women have amazing hairstyles. They’ve got very long hair and they put it up on their heads. They wear a piece of wood on their heads and then put their hair round and round the wood. 4 In New Zealand children don’t always wear shoes. Children and sometimes adults too walk with bare feet in the street. They think shoes are bad for their feet. I am from Japan and in Japan we always wear shoes in the street. So it’s really strange to see this. 4 Complete the Grammar focus box. Use the words in the box and exercise 3 to help yoti. dox2 doesx2 doesnt x2 dont x2 lives wear GRAMMAR FOCUS present simple - all forms - Grammar Reference page 125 5 Put the verbs in brackets into the present simple. 1 A How_________a Miao woman wear her hair B She_________put it up on her head. 2 A Sudanese woman_________not wear trousers. 3 What colour dress_________Chinese women wear when they get married 4 Vietnamese women use skin-whitening creams because they_________not like brown skin. 6a Work with a partner. Write four more questions about the text in exercise 2. Use the prompts to help you. Do... W hat... W here... Why... b Swap questions with another pair. Answer their questions. 50 Olff Oxford 3000™ + I/You/We/They 1 shoes in the street. He/She/lt 2 in China. - i/You/we/They 3 like very white skin. He/she/it 4 live in the city. 5 l/you/we/they have an amazing style 6 he/she/it use fake tan + Yes l/you/we/they 7 - No l/you/we/they 9 Yes. he/she/it8 No. he/she/it1 0

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5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 Vocabulary Speaking parts of the body 7a Work with a partner. Put the words in the correct place. Use the descriptions in exercise 2 to help you. b 5.12 Listen and check your answers. PRONUNCIATION plural forms Singular arm leg Plural arms legs 8a 5.13 Listen and complete the table with the plural forms of the body parts. Izl arms ... hzJ b 5.14 Listen check and repeat. C Work with a partner. Student A say the singular or plural form of a body part. Student B say the form you hear. A legs B plural Singular foot body hair Plural feet bodies Hairs 9a b 10 Look at the photo. Complete the description with body parts singular or plural. These women are Japanese Maiko. Their style is very traditional. They have black 1 _and white 2 _______ They put white and red flowers on top of th e ir3_______ On their 4 _______ they wear a traditional dress called a kimono. On th e ir5 _______ they wear big shoes made of wood. 5.15 Listen and check your answers. ifcVta Work with a partner. Take turns to talk about a style or fashion that you like. Think about: • different clothes • colours • hairstyles adjective modifiers 11a 5.16 | Listen to the sentences in the Vocabulary box. Which words have the most stress b Put the words in brackets in the correct place in each sentence. 1 That hat is nice. very 2 Shes got a lovely face. really 3 My jacket is old. very 4 They wear beautiful clothes. really C Work with a partner. Make sentences about clothes and styles using very and really. In Bolivia some women wear really long skirts. 51 arm body face foot hair hand head leg VOCABULARY very/really + adjective 1 Its cold. Its very cold. Its really cold. 2 Shes got long Shes got very Shes got really hair. long hair. long hair.

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GOALS ■ A sk fo r and give tra v e l in fo rm a tio n ■ M ake arrangem ents by te x t Listening Speaking asking for and giving travel information 1 a 5.171 Angelo Santos is on holiday in Barcelona. Listen to four conversations. What does Angelo want 1 a bus / train ticket 2 the number of the bus to Las Arenas / the station 3 the number / time of the metro 4 the price o f a ticket / time o f the journey b 5.17 Listen to the four conversations again and complete questions 1-4 with words from the box. 5.4 Speaking and writing 1 Where do I _________a ticket 2 Does this bus_________to Las Arenas 3 What time is the_________metro 4 How_________is it to Las Arenas 2a Match answers a-d with Angelos questions 1-4 in exercise lb. a Its €2.15 single. b No it doesnt. The number 13 goes to Las Arenas c It leaves at 9.35. d You buy your ticket on the bus. b 5.20 Listen to six travel announcements and complete the table. Place: Time: Time: Place: Time: Flight: buy go much next b Compare your answers with a partner. 3a 5.18 Listen to Angelos questions again and repeat. b Work with a partner. Practise the four conversations. 4a 5.19 Read the Understanding... box and listen to the examples. UNDERSTANDING ... travel announcements To understand travel announcements: • think about the information you need - place time etc. • listen for important information - place time numbers and letters. - city centre New York Barcelona - 10.358.40 15 minutes late platform 3 4A 9B gate A10 93 flight EZ402 BA 66 stop G 12F number 73 38B C Compare your answers with a partner. 5a Read the Language for speaking box. LANGUAGE FOR SPEAKING asking for and giving travel information Ask for information where do ı buy a ticket Where does the bus/train go from What time is the next train to the University/bus to the town centre Does this train/bus/ferry go to Vancouver/the museum How much is it to the centre/the University Give information This bus/train goes to Upper Street/Ottawa. It leaves at 3.30. it arrives at 4.15. ItS £10/525. You buy your ticket from the ticket machine/on the bus. b Work with a partner. Find out information about two journeys. Use the Language for speaking box to help you. Student A turn to page 109. Student B turn to page 114. 52 I Las Arenas Barcelona Spain

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5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 Reading Writing making arrangements by text 6a How do you make arrangementsIrdgthe correct word for you. 1 I always / usually / often / sometimes / never send a text. 2 I always / often / usually / sometimes / never phone. 3 I always / often / usually / sometimes / never email. b Compare your answers with a partner. 7a Work with a partner. Put lines a-f in the correct order to make a text conversation. 9a Complete the conversation with responses a-c. a OK. See you at the cinema at 6.15. b Yes. Where is it on c What time A Do you want to see the new James Bond film on Thursday B 1 _______________________________________________ A At the Regal. B 2 _______________________________________________ A 6.30 p.m. B 3 _______________________________________________ A Great. b Compare your answers with a partner. b Underline the words/phrases that tell you the time place and reason for the meeting. 8 Put phrases 1-8 into the correct column in the table. 1 I need to go to the pharmacy. 2 on the High Street 3 in the park 4 at 3 oclock 5 at midday 6 I want to buy a tablet. 7 near the bank 8 on Tuesday Time Place Reason 10a Read the Language for writing box. LANGUAGE FOR WRITING keeping texts short One way to keep texts short is to ask simple questions: Why do you ask - Why What time do you want to meet — What time Can we meet by the museum -» By the museum Answers can also be simple: No Im not busy. - No not busy. 11a EZ 33S Work as Student A and Student B. • Student A you want to go to a concert. • Student B you want to shop for a new camera. Write a short ‘text’ on a piece of paper. Ask your partner to meet you. b Swap your texts. Read your partners text and write a reply. C Repeat until you arrange a place and time to meet. 53 a \ f f \ About 2.00. By the museum b |_ I need a new jacket. Do you want to come into town with me c Q Great See you there. d J No not busy. Why e Hi Hannah. Are you busy on Saturday f □ OK. What time b Work with a partner. Make sentences 1-4 short. Hi Dave. Do you want to meet for lunch Yes.1 Where do you want to meet Do you like Italian food 2 Yes I like Italian food a lot. 3 OK. Can we meet at Jamie’s restaurant at 2.30 That’s late 4 Why do you want to meet then I have a meeting until 2.15. OK. See you at 2.30.

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Video Architecture in Amsterdam 1 Work with a partner. Look at the photos. What do you know about Amsterdam Think about... • buildings • transport • places to visit • things to do. 2 O Watch the video. Which of these buildings do you see 1 canal houses 6 a sports stadium 2 a cheese museum 7 the Rijksmuseum 3 a post office 8 a modern concert hall 4 a supermarket 9 a science centre 5 a railway station 10 a boat museum 3 O Watch the video again. Match each place 1-5 to two descriptions a-j. 1 Canal houses 2 Amsterdam Centraal station 3 The Rijksmuseum 4 The Muziekgebouw 5 The NEMO science centre a has a space for jazz music b has got great views of the city c are hundreds ofyears old. d has an unusual clock e is 140 years old. f are symbols of the city g is twenty-two metres tall h is very similar to Amsterdam Centraal. i is a modern concert hall j is usually very busy. 4a EESS Imagine you are in Amsterdam for the weekend. Think about the questions below. 1 Where do you want to go Why/Why not 2 What do you want to do I want to go t o ... I want to visit... b White an email to your friend who lives in Amsterdam and tell him/her about your plans. 54 ffiW W k

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5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 Review 1 a Complete the names of the colours. b Work with a partner. Find things in the classroom that are these colours. a green book 2a Put the words in the correct order. 1 never I I I yellow / wear / clothes . 2 father / sometimes / sports clothes / wears / My. 3 My / always / smart / are / work clothes . 4 I / online / buy / usually / clothes / my. 5 often / at the weekend / I / clothes shopping / go . b Compare your answers with a partner. C Work with a partner. Change the adverbs of frequency to make the sentences true for you. 3a Circlethe correct word to complete questions 1-6. 1 What / Whys the name of that building over there 2 What / Where do people do there 3 Do I Is it open to the public 4 Where / When is the plaza open 5 Do / Are you like the building 6 What / Why do you like it b Match answers a-f to questions 1-6 in exercise 3a. a No it isn’t but people visit the plaza b Because its very different c They work. It’s an office building d Yes I do. e Its called the Gherkin f Every day. C 5.21 Listen to the conversation and check your answers. 4a Look at the photos and make questions using the prompts. la Where on the body / a Tuareg man wear a tagelmust b Why / a tagelmust important in the Sahara desert 2 What colour / these men’s football shirts 3 Where / Indian women put henna 4 Why / people in Russia wear hats like this 5 When / a woman wear this dress b Work with a partner. Ask and answer the questions in exercise 4a. 5a 5.221 Listen and complete the text. The tagelmust is a 1 _________long piece of cloth five to ten metres. Tuareg men wear it on their 2 _________and 3 _________. Its colour is often 4_________ but sometimes it is 5 _________. Blue is a 6 _________ colour for the Tuareg people. Men wear the tagelmust because it is 7 _________and because the sun and wind is 8 _________ strong in the Sahara. They 9 _________wear it in the house but they1 0 _________wear it outside. b Compare your answers with a partner. 6a Complete questions 1-5 with the words in the box. do does excuse go much next 1 What time is the_________bus to the city centre 2 Where does the bus_________from 3 _________me._________ this bus go to the city centre 4 Where_________I buy a ticket 5 How_________is it to the city centre b Work with a partner. Take turns to ask and answer the questions. Have short conversations. 55

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Places and facilities 6.1 Two towns GOALS ■ Use there is/there are ■ Talk about places in a town Reading Vocabulary places in a town 1 a Read about two towns Lewisburg and Mt. Angel. What do Jack and Sara like about their towns b Read the texts again. Underline the correct options. 1 Lewisburg / Mt. Angel is a good town for old people. 2 Lewisburg / Mt. Angel has a famous festival. 3 A lot of tourists visit Lewisburg / Mt. Angel. 4 Lewisburg / Mt. Angel doesnt have a lot of things to do. 5 Lewisburg / Mt. Angel has famous buildings. 6 Lewisburg / Mt. Angel is near the sea. C Compare your answers with a partner. 2a What facilities have Lewisburg and Mt. Angel got Write L or MA in the table. b Compare your answers with a partner. 3a 6.1 Listen to the words in exercise 2a and repeat. b Work with a partner. Cover the words in exercise 2a. Test each other using the illustrations. A Whats this B A museum. 4 Work with a partner. What do you like about the two towns Lewisburg has a lot o f things to do. Lewisburg WEST VIRGINIA Founded: 1782 Population: 4 0 0 0 Average age: 46 Jack: I liv e in L e w is b u rg W e st V irg in ia a n d I lo v e th e p la ce. Im 6 8 a n d its a g re a t p la ce fo r p e o p le like m e. T h e re a re o n ly 4 0 0 0 p e o p le in L e w is b u rg b u t it has th e fa c ilitie s o f a b ig to w n . T h e re are m u s e u m s c in e m a s a n d g o o d sh o p s. T h e re s a th e a tre to o a n d th e fa m o u s C a rn e g ie H all as w e ll as m a n y o th e r b e a u tifu l o ld b u ild in g s . T h e re are a lo t o f th in g s t o d o . W e re v e ry lucky. O h a n d th e re s an a m a z in g b a k e ry - m y fa v o u rite s h o p in L e w is b u rg . T h e y h a ve g re a t p izza . B u t o n e p ro b le m is th a t L e w is b u rg has a lo t o f v is ito rs . T h e re are n in e d iffe r e n t h o te ls fo r th e m M ount Angel OREGON Founded: 1850 Population: 3 4 0 0 Average age: 37 Sara: I liv e in M t. A n g e l a sm a ll to w n in th e lo v e ly W illa m e tte V a lle y in O re g o n . M t. A n g e l is fa m o u s fo r its fe s tiv a l - th e O k to b e rfe s t. T h e re are fo u r n ice re s ta u ra n ts in th e to w n . M y fa v o u rite is th e G lo cken spiel. Its a G e rm a n restaurant. B u t M t. A n g e l d o e s n t h a ve a lo t o f fa cilitie s . T h e re is n t a h o te l fo r e xa m p le . T h e re are b a n ks a n d s u p e rm a rk e ts . B ut th e re is n t a c in e m a a n d th e re a re n t a n y m u s e u m s . T h e re is n t a th e a tre e ith e r. T h e re s a g o lf c o u rse n e a r th e to w n b u t I d o n t p la y g o lf. B u t th a ts OK b e c a u s e th e c o u n try is b e a u tifu l a n d th e sea is o n ly tw o h o u rs a w a y b y car. 56 O n Oxford 3000™ bank cinema hotel cafe museum park restaurant shop supermarket theatre

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6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 there is/there are vmmmi recording vocabulary 5a Look at the two texts again. Complete the sentences. 1 There are_________ nice restaurants in Mt. Angel. 2 There are_________hotels in Lewisburg. 3 There arent_________museums in Mt. Angel. 4 Theres a theatre in_________. 5 There isn’t a cinema in _________. b Compare your answers with a partner. 6 Look at sentences 1-5 in exercise 5a and complete the Grammar focus box. GRAMMAR FOCUS there is/there are • We use there is/there are ... to talk about things in a place. + 1 There is a big supermarket. Thprp 2 cinemas. 1 1 ICI c three schools. - There 3 is not a theatre. There 4 are not any parks. any nice shops. • We use There arent + any + plural noun -e Grammar Reference page 126 7a Work with a partner. Underline the correct words in sentences 1-4. Lewisburg 1 Theres / are good facilities. 2 There s / are a great bakery. 3 There is / are 4000 people. 4 There is / are a theatre. b Complete the sentences about Mt. Angel with There’ s There are There isnt or There arent. Mt. Angel 5 _________supermarkets and banks. 6 _________ any hotels. 7 _________ a theatre. 8 _________a German restaurant. 9 Look at the Vocabulary focus box. How can you record vocabulary VOCABULARY FOCUS recording and learning new vocabulary Here are some ways you can record and learn new words. 1 Draw a diagram for a group of words e.g. family buildings adjectives etc.. FAMILY 2 Note information about new words - number singular or plural part of speech noun verb adjective word stress: 3 children plural noun Write an example sentence: My brother has two children. Sarah is five and James is three. 10a Complete the diagrams with the words in the box. b Add two more words to each diagram in exercise 10a. c d 6.2 Listen to sentences 1-8 and check your answers. 6.2 Listen again and repeat. C Compare your answers with a partner. 11a Choose 2-3 words from the diagrams in exercise 10a and note information about them number noun or adjective stress example sentence. • interesting - adjective ‘The Things That Matter is an interesting book. 8a Think about a town you know well. What facilities does it have Make a list. • There is/are ... • There isn t/aren t... b Work in small groups. Talk about your towns. Use and/but in your sentences. There are good schools in my town but there isnt a university. b Compare your answers with a partner. 12a Work with a partner. Make two similar diagrams to the ones in exercise 10a. Note information about the words. b Work in small groups. Compare your diagrams. Can you add any more words or information 57 parents father brother sister daughter children son mother big black blue building exciting green interesting modern museum office old red shop theatre white Places Colours Other adjectives

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Is there Wi-fi ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- GOALS ■ Talk a b o u t h ote l fa c ilitie s ■ A sk q ue stio ns w ith is there .../Are there ... - Vocabulary Speaking hotel facilities 3a Read about two hotels. Answer the questions about each hotel. 1 Where is it 2 What facilities does it have 1 a Match the words in the box to icons 1-10. air conditioning bath carpark gym iron lift refreshments safe towels Wi-fi b 6.3 Listen check and repeat. 2a What items are important for you in a hotel Choose five from the list. b Work in small groups. Tell each other your items. I like refreshments in my room. A safe is important. A gym is good. V 8 Hotel Boblingen Germany T h e V 8 H o te l is n e x t t o th e M e rc e d e s B e n z fa c to r y . E a ch ro o m h a s a c a r th e m e : C a d illa c M o v ie M e rc e d e s C a r w a s h . I t h a s a ll th e f a c ilitie s o f a b u s in e s s h o te l - f r e e p a rk in g W i-fi a g y m - a n d a c la s s ic c a r m u s e u m n e x t d o o r. Magic Mountain Hotel Chile T h e M a g ic M o u n ta in H o te l is a n e c o - h o te l in C h ile . It lo o k s lik e a b ig t r e e h o u s e . T h e re a re lo ts o f th in g s t o d o - w a lk in g s w im m in g a n d fis h in g . T h e h o te l h a s tw e lv e ro o m s a r e s ta u r a n t a n d a s w im m in g p o o l. b Compare your answers with a partner. Which hotel do you like best 4 Work with a partner. Talk about hotel facilities. Student A turn to page 109. Student B turn to page 114. Is there.../Are there... 5a 6.4 Listen to two conversations at a hotel reception. What three things do the people ask about b 6.4 Listen again. Write the missing words. 1 A Hi. I have a reservation. The name is Davis. B Yes sir. A room for1 __________ nights. A Thats right. Is there 2 __________ in the room B 3 __________ there is. The password is ‘guest’. 2 A Hello. Is there a 4__________in the hotel B Yes there is. It’s on level 1. A Oh great. Are there any 5 __________ in the gym B No there arent. Please take a 6 __________ from your room. Listening Grammar 58 O n Oxford 3000™

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6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6 Look at the conversations in exercise 5a and complete the Grammar focus box. Is there a Wi-fi Is there an air conditioning 7a Work with a partner. Underline the correct options. 1 A 11s there / There is a hotel car park B Yes 2 there is / it is. 2 A Where are the toilets B 3 There are / They are next to the gym. 3 A 4 Is there / Are there a bath in the bathroom B No 5 there isnt / there arent. But6 theres / there are a shower. 4 A 7 Is there / Are there any refreshments in the room B Yes 8 there are / they are. The mini-bar has got tea coffee and water. b 6.5 Listen and check your answers. PRONUNCIATION is th e re .../Are th e re ... 8 6.6 Listen and notice the stress. 1 A Is there a gym • • B Yes there is./No there isnt. 2 A Are there any towels • • B Yes there are./No there arent. 9a 6.7 Listen and repeat the questions and answers. 1 A Is there a restaurant 3 A Are there any museums B Yes there is. B No there arent. 2 A Is there a cinema 4 A Are there any good shops B No there isnt. B Yes there are. b Practise the questions and answers with a partner. 10 ifevta Work with a partner. Take turns to be a guest and a receptionist. Ask about the facilities in your hotel. Ask two questions a and b in each conversation. Student A 1 a snacks 2 a air conditioning b drinks b instructions Student B 1 a a gym 2 a an iron b showers b an ironing board A Are there any snacks in the room B Yes there are. A And are there any drinks B Yes there are - in the mini-bar. LISTENING SKILLS u n d e r s ta n d in g where a n d when We often use there is/there are to say where place or when time something is: Theres a safe in your room./There are towels in the cupboard. Theres a train at 9.08./There arent any buses at 12.00. 1 6.8 D Listen to four sentences. Complete the table. w h a t w here w hen 1 phone room - 2 3 4 2 6.9 Listen to four questions and complete the questions. 1 Are there any_________in the_________ 2 Is there a ________ to the_________ 3 Is there a ________ in the_________ 4 Are there any_________near the_________ 3 6.101 Listen to the answers to the questions in exercise 2 and write the time or place. Where/When 1 _________________________ 2 _________________________ 3 _________________________ 4 _________________________ 4a 6.11 D Listen to someone phoning a hotel in Nice France. Answer the questions. 1 Where is the bus stop 2 Where is the hotel 3 Is there free Wi-fi in the hotel 4 When do they serve breakfast in the hotel 5 What time is checkout from the hotel b Compare your answers with your partner. 59 GRAMMAR FOCUS Is there .../Are there ... -» Grammar Reference page 126 Questions 1 there a safe in the room a restaurant in the hotel 2 there any towels in the room any parking spaces Short answers + Yes. there3 Yes there are. - No there isnt. No. there 4 in questions we use ... 1 Is there + a/an + singular noun. 2 Are there + any + plural noun.

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6.3 Has each flat got a kitchen GOALS ■ use each and a ll the ■ D escribe room s and fu rn itu re Listening Vocabulary rooms and furniture 1 Work with a partner. Look at the advert. Answer the questions. 1 What city are the flats in 2 Where are the flats in the city 3 When can guests come and go Vietnam Three beautiful studio flats in a quiet area of Ho Chi Minh City. Ten minutes from the city centre by taxi. Guest access 24/7. Rooms: kitchen dining area bathroom living room shared bedroom Facilities: TV microwave balcony free parking internet Price: £46 £30 BOOK NOW ■ access a w ay or possibility to go into a place 2a 6.12 Listen to two friends. Choose the correct options. 1 The flat is / isrit expensive. 2 They want / dont want to stay there. b 6 .1 2 I Listen again. Which rooms/areas and facilities in the flat do they talk about 3a Look at the photos from the website. Write the words in the box on the correct lines 1-8. b 6.1 3 Listen check and repeat. 4a Look at the photos and complete the sentences. 1 The bed is in the bedroom . 2 The TV is in the_________. 3 The_________and the_________ are in the kitchen. 4 The two_________are in the dining area. 5 The sofa is in the_________. 6 The table is on the_________. 7 The_________is in the bathroom. b 6.1 4 Listen check and repeat. 60 O n Oxford 3000™ bed chair fridge microwave shower sofa table TV

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6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 Grammar Speaking each and all the 9a Imagine you want to rent out your flat/house to tourists on a website. Make notes in the table. 5a Complete the second part of the conversation in exercise 2a using the words in the box. bath garden living one shower sofa table B ... Oh - there isnt a 1 _________room. A Yes there is. In Photo 4. There’s 2 _________living room for all the flats. B Oh yes. I see. It’s got a nice big 3 _________.... And is there a 4_________in the bathroom A No there isn’t. Each bathroom has got a 5 _________and a toilet. B OK. And is there a 6_________for each flat A No there isn’t. But all the flats have got lovely balconies with a big 7 _________. b 6.15 Listen and check your answers. 6 Complete the Grammar focus box with each and all the. Use exercise 5a to help you. GRAMMAR FOCUS each and all the 7a Complete the conversation with each or all the. A I live in university flats near the city centre. There are six bedrooms in 1 _________flat but2_________ bedrooms are very small. B What furniture is there in 3 _________bedroom A 4_________bedrooms have got a bed a table and a chair. B Oh. And where do you eat A Theres one kitchen and dining area for 5 _________ students in the flat. B Is there one bathroom too A No 6 _________flat has got two bathrooms. b Compare your answers with a partner. PRONUNCIATION linking 1 When a word ends in a consonant sound and the next word starts with a vowel sound the two words are linked e.g. quietarea ineach room. 8a 6.16 | Listen to sentences 1-4. Notice how words are linked. 1 Is there a shower in the bathroom 2 Has each flat got a kitchen v _ / ° v -e 3 Have all the bedrooms got internet access 4 There is a table and four chairs on each balcony. X U L / L / W L z J M y house/flat Location Rooms Facilities b Work in small groups. Ask and answer questions about each other’s houses or flats and the things in them. Is there a living room Has it got a bath C Which house/flat do you like best READING SKILLS words that look similar Some words in English look very similar. Notice the spelling the function noun verb etc. and the meaning of each word in a similar pair. • for - four: Theres a living room for all the flats. Marias got four children. • read - red: / often read comics at the weekend. Has he got a red jacket 1a Underline the letters that are different in these pairs. I bad - bed 4 there - their 2 How - Who 5 two - too 3 sea - see 6 form - from b Complete the sentences with words from exercise la. 1 My friend Cindy is_________Jamaica. 2 Are_________any chairs in the bedroom 3 Where’s Frank I ca n t_________him 4 _________s that woman in the blue dress 3 Read the text again and answer the questions. 1 Where is the flat 2 How many people is the flat for 3 How many bedrooms are there 4 What can you see if you click here b 6.16 Listen again and repeat. © VOX POPS VIDEO 6 61 We use ... 1 _________before a singular noun e.g. room 2 _________with a plural noun e.g. chairs -» Grammar Reference page 127 2 Read the description. Choose the correct options. This flat in Hiroshima is twenty minutes 1 form / from the city centre. You can go 2 there / their by bus or train. The flat is 3 fo r / four five to six people and it has got 4 two / too bedrooms. One bedroom has got Japanese ‘tatami mat’ beds. The other bedroom has got a European 5 bad / bed. The flat has also got a small bathroom a kitchen and a dining room 6 two / too. Click here 7 for / four more photos.

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Speaking and writing GOALS ■ Explain problem s ■ w rite a h ote l re vie w Listening Speaking explaining problems 1 Work with a partner. Think of three common problems in hotels. old beds... 2a Match problems 1-5 to illustrations a-e. 1 My room is very hot. 2 I dont know the code for the door. 3 There arent any towels in the bathroom. 4 Our room is very noisy. 5 The shower in my room is broken. b Work with a partner. Match solutions a-e to problems 1-5. a send someone to look b try in the cupboard c use air conditioning d go to another room e give the code number C 6.17 Listen to five conversations and check your answers. 3a 6.17 Listen to the conversations again and complete the sentences. 1 _________air conditioning. The switch is next to the_________. 2 Its A_________. 3 Hmmm... Try in the cupboard_________the window. 4 I’m so sorry. You can have another_________ . 5 Oh Im_________. Ill send someone to_________ . b Work with a partner. Practise the conversations. 4 6.18 Read the Understanding... box and listen to the examples. UNDERSTANDING ... h e lp When people give information to help you listen for the key words. These can be nouns e.g. names places adjectives verbs numbers etc. There is a ir conditioning. The sw itch is near the door. Ill send someone to help. The museum is on Bridge Street. The code for the safe is B50079. 5a Work with a partner. Look at the four problems in the table. Think of solutions for each problem. Problem Solution 1 The phone in my room is broken. 2 The bathroom is very dirty. 3 ı dont know the address of this museum. 4 My room is very cold. b 6.19 Listen to four conversations. Write two or three key words for each solution in the table. Are any of the solutions the same as yours C Use the prompts to practise conversations. 1 A The phone in my room is broken. B Oh I’m sorry. Ill... 2 A The bathroom is very dirty. B Im so sorry. You can ... 3 A l don’t know the address of this museum. B It’s... 4 A My room is very cold. B Theres a heater. The ... Ill + infinitive without to - to offer help I’ll do it. 62 6.4

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6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6a Read the Language for speaking box. LANGUAGE FOR SPEAKING problems Problems Solutions ... is very hot/cold/noisy. Theres a... near... The ... in my room is broken. HI send someone to ... 1 dont know ... It’s... There is n t... There arent any... Try in th e ... b Work with a partner. Think of two more problems in a hotel. Take turns to be the guest and the receptionist. Have similar conversations. Excuse m e.... 8a Read the Language for writing box. LANGUAGE FOR WRITING basic sentence structure Look at the structure of these sentences. Note the position of: 1 the subject person thing 2 the verb action 3 the adjective/object saying something about the subject/ verb 4 place/time information This hotel is great. The bus leaves/doesnt leave at 12.30. The hotel has/doesnt have a nice restaurant Reading Writing a hotel review b Find one more sentence of each type in the review. 7a b 9a Put the words in the correct order to make sentences. 1 near the beach Elpis Reviews 39 Reviews sorted by ► Date ► Rating Good points Bad points - T h is h o te l is g re a t. Its n e a r th e b e a c h b u t th e s e a is n o t v e ry w a rm in M ay. T h e h otel h a s a n ice s w im m in g p o o l a n d a sm a ll p o o l fo r c h ild re n . In fa c t it h a s a lo t o f g o o d fa cilitie s - te n n is m in i-g o lf a n d a g y m . T h e ro o m s a re c le a n a n d th e re is air c o n d itio n in g in e ve ry ro o m . T h e s ta ff a re lovely. T h e re are s o m e b e a u tifu l w a lk s n e a r th e hotel. B u t th e re a re n t a lot o f o th e r th in g s to d o . A b u s g o e s to th e lo ca l to w n N ikiti b u t th e re ’s o n ly o n e b u s e ve ry day. b Compare your answers with a partner. 10a Think about a hotel you know. Answer questions 1-5. 1 Where is the hotel 2 What facilities are there in the hotel 3 Are the people friendly Is the food good 4 What places of interest are near the hotel 5 What are the good points and bad points b Work with a partner. Take turns to talk about your hotels. 11a ifcyia Write a review of the hotel. Use the sentence structures in the Language for writing box. b Work in small groups. Read your reviews. Which hotel do you like Why/Why not Compare your list with a partner. Is it a good hotel for you or not Why jay1985 Read the hotel review. Complete the table. 1 too / has / The hotel / a cinema. 2 friendly / The waiters / very / are . 3 doesn’t / a big bathroom / Our room / have . 4 doesn’t / The train / to the university / go . 63

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6.5 Video House searching 1 a W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . L o o k a t th e p h o to s . W h a t ro o m s d o y o u see D o y o u lik e th e ro o m s W h y /W h y n o t b W h ic h o f th e s e th in g s d o y o u s e e in th e ro o m s bed bookcase chair chest of drawers desk fridge oven sink sofa TV wardrobe window 2 J W a tc h th e v id e o . A re th e s e n te n c e s t r u e T o r fa ls e F 1 L o u is e lik e s B risto l. 2 T h e fla t in B risto l h a s g o t tw o b e d r o o m s . 3 T h e c ity fla t is b ig b u t it’s e x p e n s iv e . 4 H o u s e s o u ts id e B risto l a r e e x p e n s iv e to o . 5 L o u is e s fa v o u rite t h i n g a b o u t th e h o u s e is t h e g a r d e n . 6 T h e r e is n ’t a lo t to d o in th e v illa g e b u t L o u is e lik e s it. 3a O W a tc h th e firs t p a r t o f th e v id e o a g a in C ir d e th e c o r r e c t fa c ts a b o u t B risto l a n d th e c ity fla t. City fla t It’s got a 1 b ig / small living room w ith a large 2 table / window. The kitchen is 3 big / small. The small bedroom has got a desk and a 4 bed / sofa. There’s 5a bath /a bath and a shower in the bathroom. Price £850 p e r6 week / month b O W a tc h th e s e c o n d p a r t o f t h e v id e o a g a in . C ircle th e c o r r e c t fa c ts a b o u t th e v illa g e a n d th e h o u s e . 4a iriViM W o rk a s S tu d e n t A a n d S tu d e n t B. S tu d e n t A y o u w a n t to r e n t a fla t in B risto l. S tu d e n t B y o u a r e a n e s ta te a g e n t. M a k e n o te s a b o u t ... • the city • the facilities in the city • the flat location rooms furniture price. b A c t o u t t h e c o n v e rs a tio n . D o y o u w a n t to m o v e in to th is fla t W h y /W h y n o t 64 The house It is 1 ten / twenty minutes from the shop. In the living room theres a sofa a TV and2 a coffee table / bookcase. The dining room has got a big table and 3 four / six chairs. There is a 4small/ big sink in the kitchen. The two bedrooms have got a 5 wardrobe / desk. The village its q u ite 6big/sm alt It has g o t7 a shop / two shops but it hasnt got a ny8 restaurants / museums.

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6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 Review 1 a W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . P u t th e w o rd s in th e b o x in to th e c o r r e c t p la c e in th e ta b le . air conditioning hank bed chair iron museum park safe shop sofa table Wi-fi Facilities in a tow n Facilities in a hotel Furniture bank 4 a M a tc h q u e s tio n s 1 -5 w ith a n s w e r s a - e . b C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . b In w h ic h r o o m s c a n y o u fin d th e ite m s in th e F u r n itu r e c o lu m n o f th e ta b le in e x e rc is e la table - kitchen dining room 2 a L o o k a t th e s tu d io fla t a n d c o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s u s in g Theres There are There isn’t o r There aren’t. 1 There/r a b ig b e d . 5 fo u r c h a irs . 2 a frid g e . 6 a b a th . 3 a so fa . 7 a sh o w e r. 4 a ta b le . 8 ___________a n y b o o k s. b 6.20 L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . 5 a C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s u s in g th e w o rd s in th e b ox. a x2 all All any x2 Each x2 1 T h e r e a r e n t ___________ to w e ls in o u r b a th r o o m . 2 ___________ r o o m h a s a T V a n d a ra d io . 3 ___________th e h o u s e s h a v e g o t b ig g a r d e n s . 4 T h a t’s 80 for fo u r tic k e ts p le a s e .___________tic k e t is 20. 5 D o ___________th e b u s e s g o to th e c ity c e n tre 6 Is t h e r e ___________b a n k o n th e H ig h S tre e t 7 H a v e y o u g o t___________ b icy cle 8 A re t h e r e ___________ r e s ta u r a n ts o n B ro a d S tre e t b C o m p le te th e s h o r t a n s w e rs to q u e s tio n s 5 - 8 in e x e rc is e 5a. 1 N o ______________________ . 2 Y e s______________________. 3 N o ______________________ . 4 Y e s______________________. C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . P r a c tis e th e c o n v e rs a tio n s . 6 a W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . C o m p le te th e d e s c r ip tio n o f a h o te l u s in g y o u r o w n id e a s. 3 a 6.21 L is te n to a p h o n e c o n v e rs a tio n w ith a tr a v e l a g e n t. U n d e r lin e th e c o r r e c t ite m s . L o c a tio n : L e c h in 1 Switzerland / Austria S iz e o f t o w n : 2 big / small F a c i l i ti e s : 3 restaurants / museums / cafes / cinemas / supermarkets / shops F a c ilitie s fo r c h ild r e n : 4 swimming pool / park T h in g s to d o : 5 ski / walk / cycle H o te l fa c ilitie s : 6 restaurant / gym / swimming pool / parking/ Wi-fi b C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . T h is h o te l is 1_______________ . Its g o t 2_______________ a n d 3_______________. B u t its n o t v e ry n e a r4_______________ _ T h e ro o m s are 5_______________ . In each ro o m th e re 6_______________ a n d 7________________. All th e s ta ff are 8_______________ . W e re a lly like 9_______________ . b W o rk w ith a n o th e r p a r tn e r . S w a p d e s c rip tio n s . A re th e y s im ila r 1 W h e re a r e th e to ile ts a N o it is n t. 2 Is th e r e a p h o n e in th e ro o m b Yes it d o e s. 3 D o e s o u r ro o m h a v e W i-fi c Yes th e r e a re . 4 A re th e r e a n y d r in k s in th e frid g e d Yes its n e x t to th e b e d . 5 Is th e r e s ta u r a n t o p e n a t 6 a.m . e T h e y re n e x t to th e lift.

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Skills and interests She can paint Reading Vocabulary 1 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . D o y o u k n o w a n y c le v e r a n im a ls W h y a r e th e y clev e r 2a R e a d th e te x t a b o u t K oko th e g o rilla . W h y is s h e a m a z in g b R e a d th e te x t a g a in . A n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s . 1 W h e re d o e s K oko live 2 W h a t c a n s h e u n d e r s ta n d 3 H o w d o e s s h e sa y th in g s 4 W h a t d o e s K oko d o in th e v id e o s 3 M a tc h th e v e rb s in th e b o x to n o u n s 1-8. drive paint play femembef ride speak understand use 4 a W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . T h in k o f a n o th e r n o u n to g o w ith e a c h v e r b in e x e rc is e 3. remember someones birthday K o k o is a g o r illa . S h e liv e s n e a r S a n ta C ru z in th e U S A w it h h e r fr ie n d a n d te a c h e r D r P e n n y P a tte rs o n . D r P a tte r s o n is a te a c h e r a t S ta n fo r d U n iv e r s ity . S h e is v e r y in te r e s te d in K o k o b e c a u s e K o k o h a s a n u n u s u a l a b ilit y : s h e u n d e r s ta n d s la n g u a g e . S h e c a n t s p e a k b u t s h e c a n u n d e r s ta n d in s t r u c tio n s a n d s h e c a n u s e h e r h a n d s t o s a y th in g s . S h e c a n u s e o v e r 1 0 0 0 s ig n s . S h e r e m e m b e r s p e o p le s fa c e s to o . K o k o lik e s a r t a n d o th e r a n im a ls . In o n e v id e o w e w a tc h K o k o a s s h e u s e s a p a in tb r u s h a n d p a in ts a p ic tu r e o f a b ir d . In a n o th e r v id e o s h e p la y s a n e le c tr ic p ia n o . sign 6 L o o k a t th e s e n te n c e s in e x e rc is e 5 a n d c o m p le te th e G r a m m a r fo c u s b o x . b C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a n o th e r p a ir. H o w m a n y d iffe re n t n o u n s d o o th e r s tu d e n ts h a v e Grammar Speaking can cant 5 R e a d t h e te x t a b o u t K oko a g a in . A re th e s e n te n c e s tr u e T o r fa ls e F 1 S h e c a n r e m e m b e r p e o p le ’s fa c e s. 2 S h e c a n s p e a k . 3 S h e c a n ’t u s e a p a in tb r u s h . 4 S h e c a n t p a in t o th e r a n im a ls . 66 Olff Oxford 3000™ GOALS ■ Use can and ca n t ■ Talk a bo u t y o u r a b ilitie s skills 1 rem em ber fa c e s 2 _____________ in s tr u c tio n s 3 _____________ a p ic tu r e 4 _____________ t h e p ia n o 5 _____________ a p a in tb r u s h 6 _____________ J a p a n e s e 7 _____________ a c a r 8 _____________ a b ik e GRAMMAR FOCUS cantcant We use can/canf to talk about ability. Positive + i/You/He/She/it/we/They1 paint. speak. Negative - i/You/He/She/it/we/They2 ride a bike. drive. - Grammar Reference page 128

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7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 7 a L o o k a t th e p h o to s . Circle th e c o r r e c t o p tio n s in s e n te n c e s 1-3. Vocabulary Speaking abilities 1 M o n ty 1 can / cant d riv e a c a r b u t h e 2 can / cant rid e a m o to rb ik e . 2 A b e C h a n 3 c a n / cant s p e a k E n g lis h b u t he 4 can / can’t s p e a k J a p a n e s e . 3 S a s c h a 5can / can’t p la y fo o tb a ll b u t s h e 6 can / cant u n d e r s ta n d th e ru le s . b C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . PRONUNCIATION sentence stress: can cant 8 a 7.11 L is te n to tw o s e n te n c e s a b o u t K oko. Is can o r can’t s tre s s e d 1 K oko c a n u s e a p a in tb r u s h . 2 K oko c a n t s p e a k . b 7.1 L is te n a g a in a n d re p e a t. C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . P ra c tis e s a y in g th e s e n te n c e s in e x e rc is e 7 a w ith th e c o r re c t s tre s s . 9 a M a k e s e n te n c e s t h a t a r e tr u e fo r y o u . 1 I can / can’t s p e a k S p a n is h but / and I can / can’t s p e a k E n g lis h . 2 I can / can’t r e m e m b e r n a m e s but / and I can / can’t r e m e m b e r fa c e s. 3 I can / can’ t r id e a b ik e but / and I can / can’t r id e a m o to rb ik e . 4 I can / can’t p la y fo o tb a ll but / and l can / can’t p lay te n n is . b W rite tw o m o re s e n te n c e s o f y o u r o w n . C o m p a re y o u r a b ilitie s w ith y o u r p a r tn e r . b 7.2 L is te n a g a in a n d re p e a t. 1 1 a W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . T a lk a b o u t w h a t y o u c a n a n d c a n t do. I can write twenty text messages per hour. b W o rk w ith a d iffe re n t p a r tn e r . T a lk a b o u t y o u r firs t p a r tn e r . Ria can write twenty text messages per hour but sh e... LISTENING SKILLS th e s c h w a s o u n d / ə / In English many unstressed words are pronounced with a schwa /ə/ e.g. can are a/an from at for etc. Recognizing the schwa sound can help you to understand spoken English better. 7.3 L iste n to p h r a s e s l-6 .£ h rd g th e s c h w a s o u n d / ə / in e a c h p h ra s e . 1 a p a in tb r u s h 4 a n e a s y jo b 2 fr o m S p a in 5 b la c k a n d b lu e 3 o f c o u r s e 6 s ta y a t h o m e 2 7.4 L is te n to s e n te n c e s 1-4. U n d e rlin e th e w o rd s p r o n o u n c e d w ith a s c h w a s o u n d /ə /. 1 K oko c a n p la y a n e le c tric p ia n o . 2 T h e b o y s h a v e lu n c h a t s c h o o l. 3 T h e s h o p s a r e c lo s e d fro m o n e to th re e . 4 T h e r e a r e lo ts o f c a fe s a n d p a r k s in th is to w n . 3 a 7.5 J L is te n a n d c o m p le te th e tex t. M y n e ig h b o u r s h a v e 1 ___________ p a r r o t M u rp h y . H e ’s 2___________a m a z in g b ird M u rp h y 3___________ s in g 4___________s p e a k to o . H e lik e s d a n c in g 5 __________ h e 6___________ lis te n 7___________ T h e B e a tle s 8___________h o u rs . T h e r e 9___________ tw o s o n g s M u rp h y l o v e s 10___________M e11___________ You a n d She’ s 12___________Woman b u t h e h a te s With 13___________ Little H elp14___________ My Friends - n o b o d y k n o w s w hy b C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 67 1 0 a 7.2 L o o k a t p h o to s 1-6. R e a d a n d lis te n to th e v e rb s . cook run j sing swim I write Monty Abe Chan Sascha

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Can you help GOALS ■ use can to ask and answer about abilities ■ use adverbs of manner Listening Grammar Can you ... 1 a W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . D o y o u e v e r d o v o lu n te e r w o rk W h y /W h y n o t b L o o k a t th e a d v e rt fo r a v o lu n te e r jo b . A n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s . 1 W h e re is th e p ro je c t 2 W h a t a r e th e d iffe re n t jo b s 3 W h a t c a n y o u d o in y o u r fre e tim e 4 H o w m u c h d o e s it c o st 5 Is it a g o o d jo b W h y /W h y n o t 2 a 7.6 L is te n to a n in te rv ie w fo r th e jo b . W h a t c a n Jack do Is h e a g o o d p e r s o n fo r th e jo b in th e a d v e rt b 7.6 L is te n a g a in a n d c o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n b e tw e e n th e in te r v ie w e r I a n d Ja c k J. I OK Jack a n d c a n y o u 1 ___________ J Yes I c a n c a n s w im w ell. 1 OK g re a t. A n d a r e y o u 2___________w ith a c o m p u te r J I ty p e q u ite slow ly b u t I c a n 3___________d iffe re n t c o m p u te r p ro g r a m s . I G o o d . A n d c a n y o u 4___________ J N o I c a n t. B u t I c a n le a r n . Im a fa s t le a rn e r. I G re at A n d c a n y o u u s e a 5___________ I Yes l e a n . I 6___________ p h o to g r a p h y a lot. ■ ty p e write something on a computer Volunteers wanted for Dolphin Research Project - Zanzibar T h e D o lp h in R e s e a rc h P ro je c t s tu d ie s d o lp h in s b e h a v io u r a n d r e c o r d s th e n u m b e r o f t o u r is t s in Z a n z ib a r. Work: R e c o rd n u m b e r s o f t o u r is t s a n d d o lp h in s o n c o m p u te r w a tc h d o lp h in s ta k e p h o to s o f d o lp h in s te a c h E n g lis h t o t o u r is t g u id e s d riv e . - Free time: V is it th e b e a u tifu l is la n d o f Z a n z ib a r. - Duration: 2 - 6 w e e k s - Cost: fr o m € 8 0 0 f o r tw o w e e k s ■ re co rd write notes about something ■ b e h a vio u r the way you are and do things 3 a L o o k a t th e in te r v ie w in e x e rc is e 2b a n d c o m p le te th e G r a m m a r fo c u s box. G R A M M A R FO C U S Can y o u ... We use Can + subject + verb infinitive without to to ask about peoples abilities. Questions 1 _________ you use a computer Short answers Yes I 2 _________ ./NO I 3_________ . - Grammar Reference page 128 b M a k e q u e s tio n s u s in g can. C o m p a r e w ith a p a r tn e r . 1 y o u / s p e a k E n g lis h Can. you speak English 2 y o u / u s e a c a m e ra 3 y o u / sw im 4 y o u / te a c h E n g lish 5 y o u / d riv e PRONUNCIATION statem ents can cant in questions and 7.7 Notice how we say can and can’t • in positive sentences and questions we say /kan/: l can swim. Can you drive • in short answers we say /te n /: Yes I can. • in negative sentences we say /kamt/: I can’t speak Thai. 4 a 7.8 L is te n a n d r e p e a t th e s e n te n c e s . 1 I c a n u s e a c o m p u te r . 3 Yes I c a n . 2 C a n y o u s p e a k E n g lish 4 N o I c a n t. b P ra c tis e th e s e n te n c e s w ith a p a r tn e r . U s e th e c o r re c t p r o n u n c ia tio n o f can a n d can’t. 5 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . A sk a n d a n s w e r t h e q u e s tio n s in e x e rc is e 3b. Is y o u r p a r t n e r a g o o d p e r s o n fo r th e jo b in Z a n z ib a r 68 Olff Oxford 3000™

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Vocabulary Speaking adverbs of manner 6 a L o o k a t e x e rc is e 2b a g a in . A n s w e r t h e q u e s tio n s . 1 Is Ja c k a g o o d s w im m e r 2 Is Ja c k a g o o d ty p is t a p e r s o n w h o c a n ty p e 3 W h a t w o rd s te ll y o u th is READING SKILLS scanning for specific information Sometimes we need to read fast for specific information. • For names places jobs we look for words. • For times ages phone numbers we look for numbers. 1 L o o k a t th e a d v e r t a n d w rite th e w o rd s in t h e b o x o n lin e s a - c . b C o m p le te th e ta b le w ith w o rd s fro m th e c o n v e rs a tio n in e x e rc is e 2b. 7 C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s w ith th e w o rd s in th e b o x . badly fast slowly well 1 I h a v e a g o o d c a m e ra b u t I c a n t u s e i t ___________ . 2 S o rry I c a n ’t u n d e r s ta n d y o u . P le a s e s p e a k ___________. 3 I d o n t lik e th e ir fo o d . T h e y c o o k ___________ . 4 S h e d riv e s v e r y ___________ b u t s h e s a g o o d d riv e r. 8 a P u t t h e w o rd s in o r d e r to m a k e s e n te n c e s a n d q u e s tio n s . 1 r e a d s / H e / slo w ly / v e r y . 2 c a n / fa s t / ty p e / S h e . 3 F re n c h / H e / b a d ly / s p e a k s . 4 w e ll / p la y / te n n is / c a n ’t / I . 5 w e ll / C a n / E n g lis h / s h e / u n d e r s ta n d b 7.9 L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . Adverbs of manner go after the verb or verb phrase. I can drive well. I can drive a car well. 2 a L o o k a t th e a d v e r t fo r te n s e c o n d s a n d fin d th is in fo rm a tio n . a th e jo b b th e p la c e JOBS W e w a n t e n th u s ia s tic E n g lish te a c h e rs fo r o u r s u m m e r s c h o o l. T h e jo b is fo r e ig h t w e e k s in J u ly a n d A u g u s t te a c h in g s tu d e n ts a g e d 1 2 -1 6 y e a rs a t o u r s c h o o l in B rig h to n . V i ✓ b C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . C W h o a r e th e s tu d e n ts a t th is sc h o o l R e a d th e a d v e rt a g a in a n d f in d th e a n s w e r. 9 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . T a lk a b o u t y o u rs e lf. U se th e v e rb s a n d a d v e rb s to sa y w h a t y o u can a n d cant d o . Verbs: cook drive play read speak swim Adverbs: very fast well badly slowly I cant run fast. 1 0 a i/ddN W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . L o o k a t t h e jo b a d v e rt. Im a g in e y o u a re th e in te rv ie w e r. P re p a re q u e s tio n s fo r th e in te rv ie w . Can you use a computer Why do you want to work here Place of work: Tourist Information Centre Liverpool Job: Receptionist Personality: friendly fast learner Skills: computer skills foreign languages typing knows Liverpool b W o rk w ith a d iffe re n t p a r tn e r . T a k e t u r n s to b e th e in te rv ie w e r a n d in te rv ie w e e . C Is y o u r p a r tn e r th e rig h t p e r s o n fo r th e jo b W h y /W h y n o t 3 a W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . Im a g in e y o u w a n t to b u y a c a r. Y ou w a n t to k n o w th e a n s w e r s to q u e s tio n s 1-5. 1 W h a t m a k e is th e c a r BM W H o n d a etc. 2 H o w o ld is it 3 W h a t c o lo u r is it 4 H o w m u c h is it 5 W h e re is th e c a r b L o o k a t th e a d v e r t fo r tw e n ty s e c o n d s a n d fin d th e a n s w e r s to q u e s tio n s 1-5. FOR SALE B e a u tifu l M e rc e d e s R 2 3 0 .1 d o n t w a n t to se ll b u t I h a ve a n e w jo b in C a n a d a . R ed w ith g re y le a th e r se a ts . R e g is te re d in 2012. £ 1 5 0 0 0 o r n e a r o ffe r. C a ll T e rry on 8 0 7 5 5 0 9 2 3 6 6 4 L o n d o n area 69 A djective slow bad good 3 Adverb 1 badly 2 fast name of film place time FILMS THIS WEEK C in e w o rld B rig h to n M a rin a B rig h to n w w w .cin ew o rld .co.uk/cin em as/brigh ton /in form atio n ■ Annie 17.30 p .m . 1 9 .4 5 p .m . C o m e d y s ta rrin g J a m ie F oxx. 7.1 1.2 7.3 7.4 7.5

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I like going out GOALS ■ use like + -ing ■ Talk about your hobbies Vocabulary Speaking hobbies 1 a 7 .1 0 L o o k a t w h a t p e o p le in t h e U SA lik e d o in g in th e ir fre e tim e . L is te n a n d r e p e a t th e v e r b s /p h r a s e s . b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . L o o k a t th e U K list. W rite th e a c tiv itie s in th e b o x o n t h e c o r re c t lin e s 1-4. g o to th e c in e m a /th e a tre go o u t w ith frie n d s read w o rk in th e g a rd e n C 7 .1 1 L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . d W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . S tu d e n t A s a y a n u m b e r . S tu d e n t B c o v e r th e illu s tr a tio n s a n d s a y th e v e r b /p h r a s e . S ta r t w ith th e U SA list. 2 a W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . A n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s a b o u t th e in f o g r a p h ic in e x e rc is e l a . 1 W h a t d o p e o p le d o in th e USA b u t n o t in th e U K 2 W h a t d o p e o p le d o in th e UK b u t n o t in th e USA 3 W h a t d o p e o p le d o b o th in th e U SA a n d th e U K b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . W h a t d o y o u r fr ie n d s /p e o p le in y o u r c o u n tr y d o in t h e i r fre e tim e My friends play football. b 7.12 L is te n a g a in . i r c l g th e c o r re c t o p tio n s . 1 A nja lik es s w im m in g a n d ta k in g p h o to s o f nature / people. 2 M a rc in likes / doesnt like g o in g o u t. 3 M a rc in lik e s re a d in g a n d listening to / playing m u sic . Grammar Speaking like + -ing 3 a 7 .1 2 L is te n to a c o n v e rs a tio n b e tw e e n A n ja a n d M a r c in a b o u t h o b b ie s . D o th e y lik e d o in g th e s a m e th in g s 4 R e a d th e G r a m m a r fo c u s b o x a n d c o m p le te th e g a p s w ith -in g fo r m s fro m e x e rc is e 3b. Olff Oxford 3000™ The USA The UK listen to music travel cook travel cook watch/ play sport play video games shop online take photos make things arts and crafts go on — Facebook/ Twitter etc. Anja Marcin To ta lk a b o u t hobbies and in te re sts w e use ... like + verb + -ing \ They like going out. Spelling rules fo r ve rb + -ing: 1 verb + -ing: listen -♦ lis te n in g 1____________________ 2 verb ending in e + -ing: have -» having 2____________________ 3 verb ending in a vow el and a conso na nt + -ing: run - » running 3____________________ N ote: We can use nouns a fte r Tike too. She likes films. We like tea. - Grammar Reference page 129

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7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 5 a C irc le th e c o r r e c t w o rd s . M D o y o u 1 fa v e / having a n y h o b b ie s A n ja A Yes. 2 1 lik e swim / swimming a n d 3 take / taking p h o to s . M W h a t d o y o u ta k e p h o to s of A P e o p le u s u a lly . A n d y o u W h a t d o y o u lik e 4 do / doing in y o u r fre e tim e M U m m ... n o t a lo t. A D o y o u 5 go / going o u t o ften M N o I d o n t lik e 6 go / going o u t. I lik e 7 read / reading a n d 8 listen / listening to m u s ic a t h o m e . b 7.12 L is te n a g a in a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . 6 a C o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n s w ith th e c o r r e c t fo rm o f th e v e rb s in b ra c k e ts. 1 A D o y o u l i k e 1___________ go o u t in th e e v e n in g B Yes I d o . B u t m y h u s b a n d lik e s 2___________ b e a t h o m e . A O h . I o fte n 3___________ g o o u t in t h e e v e n in g . I lik e 4___________ see m y frie n d s . 2 A W h a t d o y o u lik e 5 ___________ do a t w e e k e n d s B I lik e 6___________g e t u p la te a n d 7___________ go s h o p p in g . A n d y o u A O h . Im a lw a y s b o r e d a t th e w e e k e n d . I lik e 8___________ h a v e lo ts to d o . b 7.13 L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r fro m a d iffe re n t g ro u p a n d c o m p a r e a n s w e rs . S ay w h a t th e fa v o u rite h o b b ie s a r e in th e g ro u p . Five people like reading. Only one person likes watching sport. like love h ate + -ing 9 a R e a d th e V o c a b u la ry fo c u s box. b C o m p le te s e n te n c e s 1 -4 w ith a n o u n a n d a v e rb + -ing. 1 I lik e swimming. I like tea. 2 I d o n t lik e ... 3 I lo v e ... 4 I h a t e .. . PRONUNCIATION linking vowels w ith /w/ or /j/ 7.14 When we add -ing to a verb ending in a vowel sound we need an extra sound /w/ or /j/ to connect the two vowel sounds e.g. do + ing see + ing. 7 a 7.151 L is te n a n d c h o o s e th e c o r re c t c o n n e c tin g s o u n d in th e s e -ing v e rb s . b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . P r a c tis e th e c o n v e r s a tio n s in e x e rc is e 6 a . 8 a W o rk in s m a ll g ro u p s . A sk a n d a n s w e r q u e s tio n s a b o u t y o u r h o b b ie s a n d w rite th e a n s w e rs . A What do you like doing in your free time B I like watching sport and seeing my friends. Erik - watch sport ... C C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . A re a n y o f y o u r s e n te n c e s th e s a m e 1 0 a C o m p le te s e n te n c e s 1-6 w ith love like don’t like o r hate to m a k e th e m t r u e fo r y o u . 1 I ___________r u n n in g . 2 I ___________I ta lia n fo o d . 3 I ___________w o rk in g a t th e w e e k e n d . 4 I ___________b ig c itie s. 5 I ___________g e ttin g u p ea rly . 6 I ___________d riv in g . b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . A sk a n d a n s w e r q u e s tio n s u s in g th e s e n te n c e s in e x e rc is e 10a. A Do you like running B No I don’t but I like cycling. A Do you like Italian food B Yes I do. I love pizza. 1 1 a W rite t h r e e th in g s p e o p le in y o u r fa m ily lik e o r d o n ’t like. My husband Loves cooking. b Tell y o u r s e n te n c e s to y o u r p a r tn e r. A sk e a c h o th e r q u e stio n s. A My sister likes dancing. B Where does she dance © VOX POPS VIDEO 7 71 VOCABULARY FOCUS like love hate + -Ing love like dont like hate After these verbs we use ... 1 a noun e.g. coffee books I love coffee. 2 a verb + -ing e.g. cooking I hate playing football. g o in g b e in g s e e in g d o in g

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Speaking and writing GOALS ■ M ake sim ple re q ue sts ■ w rite a p ost on a social m edia w e b site Listening Speaking simple requests 1 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . M a tc h p ro b le m s 1 -6 to illu s tra tio n s a -f. 1 m I c a n t o p e n th is box. 2 □ I c a n ’t u n d e r s ta n d y o u . 3 □ Im lo st. 4 □ I w a n t to go to th e a ir p o r t. 5 □ Im re a lly th irs ty . 6 □ W e o n ly h a v e o n e c h a ir. 2a P u t th e w o rd s in a - f in th e c o r r e c t o r d e r to m a k e r e q u e s ts for e a c h illu s tra tio n . b 7.16 L is te n c h e c k a n d re p e a t. 3 a 7.17 L is te n to th e c o n v e rs a tio n s . C o m p le te th e a n s w e rs . 1 A E x c u s e m e . I c a n ’t o p e n th is b o x . C a n y o u h e lp m e B O f c o u r s e l ___________ . 2 A I c a n t u n d e r s ta n d y o u . C a n y o u s p e a k slo w ly B S u re n o ___________. 3 A E x c u s e m e . Im lo s t. C a n y o u te ll m e th e w a y to th e c ity c e n tre B S u re . I t s ___________w ay. 4 A I w a n t to g o to th e a ir p o r t. C a n y o u c a ll m e a ta x i B Yes o f c o u rs e . D o y o u w a n t i t ___________ 5 A I’m re a lly th irs ty . C a n I h a v e s o m e w a te r p le a s e B S u re . H e re y o u ___________. 6 A E x c u s e m e . W e o n ly h a v e o n e c h a ir . C a n I ta k e th is c h a ir p le a s e B ___________ .I t s t a k e n . b C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 6 a R e a d th e L a n g u a g e fo r s p e a k in g b o x . LANGUAGE FOR SPEAKING requests and answers Requests Can you speak slowly Excuse me. Can you... help me/call me a taxi tell me the way to... Excuse me. Can I ... have a/your/this... take th is.../use your... Answers Of course./Sure./No problem./Here you are. Sorry. Im busy./Sorry. Its taken. 72 7.4 j you / to the / centre / Can / the w a y /c ity /te ll me this / Can / chair / take / 1 me /h e lp /C an /y o u 1 1 / some water / Can / have speak / slowly / you / Can you / me / call / a taxi / Can 5 a 7.19 L is te n to fo u r c o n v e rs a tio n s . Is th e a n s w e r yes / o r no X When you ask for something its important to understand the answer. Q Can you help me A Sure./Of course. Yes A Sorry.... No Can l have some water/tea b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . P r a c tis e th e c o n v e rs a tio n s . 4 7.18 R e a d th e Understanding... b o x a n d lis te n to th e e x a m p le s .

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7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 b W ork w ith a p a r tn e r. T ak e tu r n s to h a v e s im ila r c o n v e rsa tio n s to t h e o n e s in e x e rc is e 3 a . U s e ite m s 1 -4 a n d th e L a n g u a g e for s p e a k in g b o x to h e lp y o u . S tu d e n t A 1 Y ou a r e th irs ty . 2 Y ou c a n ’t o p e n th e d o o r. 3 You w a n t to b u y a c in e m a tick et. 4 Y ou a r e lo s t a n d c a n t fin d t h e b a n k . S tu d e n t B 1 Y ou a r e lo st a n d c a n ’t fin d th e m u s e u m . 2 Y ou d o n ’t h a v e y o u r p h o n e . 3 Y ou d o n ’t k n o w th e tim e . 4 Y ou c a n t u n d e r s ta n d S tu d e n t A. R e a d in g W r it in g website a post on a social media 7 a R e a d th e p o s t fro m a s o c ia l m e d ia w e b s ite . A n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s . 1 H o w o ld is E d u a rd o 2 W h e re is h e fro m 3 W h a t is h is jo b 4 W h a t a r e h is h o b b ie s 5 W h y is h e o n th is w e b site internationalm eetup.org M e e tu p I F o ru m s | S e a rc h | S ig n in Tod a y 11:35 E duardo 26 fr o m U ru g u a y H ello I’m n e w to t h i s s ite . I’m h e r e b e c a u s e I lik e m e e tin g p e o p le fr o m a ll o v e r th e w o rld . I lik e s p e a k in g E n g lis h b u t I c a n ’t s p e a k v e r y w e ll b e c a u s e in U r u g u a y p e o p le n e v e r s p e a k E n g lish . I’m a n e n g in e e r fo r a te le c o m s c o m p a n y a n d m y h o b b ie s a r e f o o tb a ll a n d ro c k m u s ic . I lik e p la y in g th e g u ita r to o b u t I p la y b a d ly . I s o m e tim e s p la y m u s ic w ith m y f r ie n d Ja v ie r. H e’s a g r e a t m u s ic ia n a n d h e w r ite s a m a z in g s o n g s . P le a s e c o n ta c t m e s o w e c a n s p e a k E n g lis h to e a c h o th e r . T e ll m e w h a t y o u lik e d o in g . b C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 8 a R e a d th e L a n g u a g e fo r w r itin g b o x . LA N G U A G E FOR W R IT IN G word order u s e ... 1 adjective + noun e.g. a lovely person to describe som eone or som ething. Hes a great musician. 2 verb + adverb e.g. type slowly to say how you do som ething / c a n t speak English very welt 3 adverb of frequency + verb e.g. often write to say how often you do som ething. / sometimes play music with my friend Javier. b C o m p le te s e n te n c e s 1 -3 w ith th e w o rd s in th e box. amazing badly never 1 In U ru g u a y p e o p l e ___________ s p e a k E n g lis h . 2 I p la y th e g u i t a r ___________ . 3 J a v ie r w r i t e s ___________ so n g s. 9 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . P u t th e w o rd s in th e c o r re c t o r d e r to m a k e s e n te n c e s . 1 a lw a y s / p la y / T h e y / a t t h e w e e k e n d / f o o t b a l l . 2 slo w ly / c a n / E n g lis h / s p e a k / I . 3 liv e / s m a ll / in / a / W e / f l a t . 4 lik e / I / b u t / I / w e ll / c o o k / c o o k in g / c a n t . 5 in / ta k in g / m y / p h o to s / I / tim e / lik e / f r e e . 6 s o m e tim e s / w a tc h / film s / A m e r ic a n / I . 1 0 a C o m p le te s e n te n c e s 1 -6 to m a k e th e m tr u e fo r y o u . 1 I c a n t ___________ v e r y w ell. 2 I ___________ g o to th e b e a c h a t th e w e e k e n d . 3 I liv e in a ___________ to w n . 4 l e a n ___________ fast. 5 1 ___________s p e a k E n g lis h in m y jo b . 6 M y p a r tn e r c o o k s ___________ fo o d . b C o m p a r e y o u r s e n te n c e s w ith a p a r tn e r . A re a n y o f th e m th e s a m e 1 1 a W rite a p o s t a b o u t y o u r s e lf f o r a s o c ia l m e d ia p a g e . U se a d je c tiv e s a n d a d v e rb s to m a k e y o u r p o s t m o re in te re s tin g . In c lu d e : • name age and country • job • what you like and dont like • what you can and cant do • why you are on the website b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . S w a p y o u r p o s ts a n d c h e c k th e u s e o f a d je c tiv e s a n d a d v e rb s . 73

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An unusual hobby 1 a C o m p le te th e v e rb p h r a s e s w ith th e w o rd s in th e b o x . catch juggle juggling practice throw trick 1 ________________ a b a ll to s o m e o n e 2 ________________ a b a ll 3 ________________ tw o b a lls w ith o n e h a n d 4 le a r n a n e w ________________ 5 n e e d a lo t o f ________________ 6 l i k e ________________ b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . L o o k a t th e p h o to s a n d a n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s . 1 W h a t is J a m e s s h o b b y 2 H o w m a n y b a lls c a n h e ju g g le 3 C a n th e p r e s e n te r ju g g le w e ll 4 Is ju g g lin g e a sy 2 I W a tc h th e v id e o . C h e c k y o u r a n s w e r s to th e q u e s tio n s in e x e rc is e lb. 3 O W a tc h th e v id e o a g a in . A re th e s ta te m e n ts t r u e T o r fa ls e F 1 J u g g lin g is Ja m e s s jo b . 2 J a m e s c a n ju g g le t h r e e b a lls w ith o n e h a n d . 3 J a m e s lik e s le a r n in g n e w th in g s . 4 Ja m e s s ju g g lin g g ro u p m e e ts e v e ry w e e k . 5 E v e ry o n e c a n le a r n to ju g g le . 6 T h e s e c r e t to ju g g lin g is p ra c tic e . 7 Y ou n e e d to c a tc h th e b a lls slow ly. 8 T h e p r e s e n te r d o e s n ’t lik e ju g g lin g . 4 a M M I Im a g in e y o u w a n t to le a r n s o m e n e w sk ills . C h o o s e tw o o r t h r e e s k ills fro m th e lis t b elo w . • swim • play the guitar • speak Russian • dance • type very fast • paint • ride a bike • sing • drive a car • play football • cook • take photos b F in d t h r e e s tu d e n ts in th e c la s s w h o c a n te a c h y o u th e n e w s k ills . A sk q u e s tio n s u s in g th e p ro m p ts . • Can you ... • is it easy/hard • Can you teach me 74 7.5 Video

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7.1 7.2 7.3 7.4 7.5 Review 1 a P u t t h e v e r b s in th e c o r re c t p la c e in s e n te n c e s 1-5. can drive can learn can play con remember can speak cant see can understand 1 S im o n R e in h a r d 1 can rem em ber n a m e s a n d faces. H e 2 ________________ th e n a m e s o f 186 n e w p e o p le in 15 m in u te s . 2 Z ia d F a z a h fro m L e b a n o n 3 ________________ 58 la n g u a g e s . 3 M ik e N e w m a n 4 ________________ b u t h e 5 ________________ a s p o r ts c a r a t 3 0 0 k p h . 4 D o lp h in s 6 ________________ a b o u t s ix ty w o rd s . 5 C o m e t th e g o ld fish 7 _______________fo o tb all a n d b a sk e tb a ll. A n d h e c a n d a n c e b C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 2 a M a tc h b e g in n in g s 1 -6 to e n d in g s a - f to m a k e q u e s tio n s a b o u t a jo b in a sh o p . 1 C a n y o u u s e / a p h o to g ra p h y 2 C a n y o u s p e a k b te c h n ic a l in s tr u c tio n s 3 C a n y o u u n d e r s ta n d c w ith p e o p le 4 A re y o u a g o o d d s a le s p e r s o n 5 A re y o u g o o d e o th e r la n g u a g e s 6 D o y o u lik e f th e c o m p u te r p ro g r a m P h o to s h o p b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . T a k e t u r n s to a s k a n d a n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s . 3 a L o o k a t th is d e s c rip tio n . A re th e u n d e r lin e d w o rd s c o rre c t M y w ife Jane is a tra n s la to r. She is v e r y 1 w e ll a t h e r jo b . S he u n d e rs ta n d s o v e r seven la n g u a g e s a n d she ca n s p e a k th re e la n g u a g e s 2 g o o d : G e rm a n F re n ch a n d Japanese. S he ca n ty p e v e ry 3 fa s t. Im a 4 b a d ty p is t. I ty p e v e ry 5 s lo w . I can s p e a k F rench to o b u t I sp ea k i t 6 b a d . b 7.20 L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . 7.21 | L is te n to a c o n v e rs a tio n b e tw e e n M a rk M a n d C h lo e C. M a rk th e th in g s th e y lik e d o in g w ith M C o r Both. 1 D a n c in g ___________ 2 L is te n in g to m u s ic ___________ 3 P la y in g s p o r t ___________ 4 S w im m in g ___________ 5 W a tc h in g fo o tb a ll ___________ b 7.21 j L is te n a g a in a n d c o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s . U se o n e w o rd fo r e a c h g a p . 1 A D o y o u lik e d a n c in g B Y es I 1 ___________ b u t I c a n t d a n c e v e ry 2 __________ 2 A W h a t m u s ic d o y o u lis te n to B P o p m u s ic 3 ___________ . 3 A D o y o u lik e lis te n in g to m u sic B Y es 14 ___________it. A n d I lo v e 5 ___________ to o . 4 A D o y o u h a v e o th e r h o b b ie s B Yes I lik e 6 ___________ s p o r t ... C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . A sk e a c h o th e r th e q u e s tio n s in e x e rc is e 4 b . G iv e a n s w e r s t h a t a r e tr u e fo r y o u . 5 a W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . C o m p le te th e q u e s tio n s in y o u r o w n w o rd s . 1 I w a n t to go to th e s ta tio n . C a n y o u c a l l _______________ 2 I ’m th ir s ty . C a n I _______________ 3 E x c u s e m e I’m lo st. C a n y o u te ll m e t h e _______________ 4 S o rry I c a n t u n d e r s ta n d y o u . C a n y o u _______________ 5 E x c u se m e. I c a n ’t o p e n th e d o o r. C a n y o u _______________ b 7.22 L is te n a n d c o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e rs . C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . T a k e t u r n s to a s k th e q u e s tio n s in e x e rc is e 5 a a n d g iv e a n s w e rs . 6a P u t th e w o rd s in b ra c k e ts in th e c o r r e c t p la c e in e a c h s e n te n c e . b C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 75 M ark I C hloe My name is Khalid. I’m from Algeria. 1 I like English and I watch English films on TV often. 2 But the actors don’t speak very slowly 3 so I don’t understand them always. I go to school here in Algiers. 4 It’s a school great5 but we speak English in class never 6 so I don’t speak English very w ell.7 1 want to be an engineer and work for a company big.8 All the people in the com pany can speak English really well.

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Our past 8.1 When we were seven Reading Listening Seven Up 1 2 a 8.1 L is te n to th e s to rie s o f tw o o f th e Seven Up c h ild re n N e il a n d S uzy. A re th e y h a p p y n o w W h y /W h y n o t R e a d t h e a r tic le a b o u t th e film Seven Up Are s e n te n c e s 1-5 t r u e T o r fa ls e F 1 Seven Up w a s a T V film a b o u t s e v e n c h ild r e n . 2 T h e c h ild r e n w e re fro m p o o r fa m ilie s . 3 A ll th e c h ild r e n w e re fro m E n g la n d . 4 In th e s e c o n d film th e c h ild r e n w e re e ig h t y e a rs old . 5 T h e film s a r e s to rie s a b o u t p e o p le ’s p e r s o n a l liv es. GOALS ■ Use the verb be in the past ■ Talk about your life then and now Seven Up w a s a 1964 film a b o u t f o u r te e n c h ild re n . B u t it w a s n t a H o lly w o o d f ilm a n d th e c h ild r e n w e r e n ’t a c to rs. It w a s a TV film a n d th e c h a r a c te r s w e re re a l c h ild r e n fro m d if f e r e n t p la c e s in E n g la n d . T h e y w e re a ll fr o m d if f e r e n t fa m ilie s - ric h a n d po o r. T h e re w a s a n e w TV f ilm a b o u t th e s e p e o p le e v e ry s e v e n y e a rs - in 1970 1977 1984 1991 1998 2005 a n d 2012. In th e f ir s t film in 1964 t h e c h ild re n w e re s e v e n y e a rs old. In th e 2012 film t h e ‘c h ild r e n ’ w e re 56 y e a r s old . T h e film s a re im p o r ta n t h is to ric a l d o c u m e n ts b u t t h e y te ll a m a z in g p e r s o n a l s to rie s to o . b 8.1 L iste n a g a in . W rite N eil N o r S u zy S. 1 W h o is fro m L o n d o n 2 W h o w a s a h a p p y c h ild 3 W h o w a s a t a n e x p e n s iv e sc h o o l 4 W h o w a n te d to b e a n a s tr o n a u t 5 W h o w a n te d to b e m a r r ie d w ith c h ild re n 3a 8.2 L is te n to th e s e y e a r s fro m th e a r tic le a n d re p e a t. 1964 1998 20 0 5 2012 1976 - nineteen seventy-six 2008 - two thousand and eight 2016-tw e n ty sixteen b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . S ay th e y e a rs . 1978 1981 1996 20 0 3 2019 C 8.3 L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . Grammar Speaking verb be past simple 4 a C h o o s e t h e c o r r e c t o p tio n s in th e s e s e n te n c e s a b o u t S uzy. 1 S u z y w a s a t a cheap / an expensive sc h o o l. 2 S h e w a s n t happy / rich a s a c h ild . 3 S u z y ’s parents / grandparents w e re ric h . 4 S u z y ’s p a r e n ts w e re n t happy / married. b 8.4 L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . 5 C o m p le te th e g a p s in t h e G r a m m a r fo c u s b o x w ith was wasnt were o r werent. U se e x e rc is e 4 a to h e lp y o u . GRAMMAR FOCUS verb be past simple + i/He/She/it1 clever. we/You/They2 very rich. - l/He/She/lt3 was not happy. We/You/Thev 4 were not actors. Was he happy Yes he was./ No he wasnt. were they poor Yes they were./ No they werent. -e Grammar Reference page 130 O n O x f o r d 3000™ Suzy ı N eil Seven Up

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8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 6a C o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n w ith was wasnt were o r werent. A W h e r e 1 ___________ y o u b o rn B In M a lm o S w e d e n . A 2 ___________ y o u b o m in 1964 B N o 13 ___________b o rn in 1964 14 ___________ b o r n in 1980. A 5 ___________ y o u a h a p p y c h ild B Yes I 6 ___________. T h e r e 7 ___________ six c h ild r e n in o u r fam ily . A T h a ts a lo t o f b r o th e r s a n d siste rs B Yes m y p a r e n ts w e re n t ric h b u t w e 8 ___________v e ry h a p p y . A A n d y o u r f a th e rs a d o c to r. 9 ___________ y o u r g r a n d f a th e r a d o c to r to o B N o h e 1 0 ___________ . H e 11___________ a s h o p a s s is ta n t. b C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . PRONUNCIATION was and were was and were are ... 1 not stressed in positive sentences and questions 2 stressed in negative sentences and short answers 7 a 8.5 L iste n . N o tic e th e s tr e s s a n d th e p r o n u n c ia tio n o f was a n d were. • • 1 I w a s a h a p p y c h ild . • • • 2 M y p a r e n ts w e re n t te a c h e rs . 3 A W e re y o u h a p p y B Yes I w a s. 4 A W as h e a d o c to r B N o h e w a s n ’t. b 8.5 L is te n a g a in a n d re p e a t. 8a 8.6 § L is te n to th e c o n v e rs a tio n in e x e rc is e 6a. I r d e w h en waswere a r e s tre s s e d . u m m m i d a t e s 1 0 a L o o k a t th e V o c a b u la ry fo c u s b o x . W rite th e m is s in g o r d in a l n u m b e r s . first ninth seventh sixth tenth thirtieth thirty-first twenty-third VOCABULARY FOCUS dates We use ordinal numbers for dates e.g. 1st January the first of January Ordinal numbers 1st f ir s t 2nd second 3rd third 4th fourth 5th fifth 6th 1 __________ 7th 2_________ 8th eighth 9th 3_________ 10th 4_________ 11th eleventh 12th twelfth 20th twentieth 21st twenty-first 23rd 5_________ 30th 6_________ 31st 7_________ Months lanuary February March April May June July August September October November December b 8 .7 1 L iste n c h e c k a n d re p e a t. 1 1 a 8 .8 L is te n to t h e m o n th s in th e V o c a b u la ry fo c u s b o x a n d m a rk th e s tre s s . January... b 8 .8 L is te n a g a in a n d re p e a t. Write: 1st January Say: the first of January. b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . P r a c tis e th e c o n v e rs a tio n w ith th e c o r r e c t s tre s s . 9 a C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s s o th e y a r e tr u e fo r y o u . 1 A t s e v e n I w a s a ... c h ild . 2 M y d r e a m w a s to b e a / a n ... 3 M y p a r e n ts w e re ... 4 M y s c h o o l w a s /w a s n ’t ... 5 At fo u r te e n I w a s ... 6 N o w I a m . .. b S ay y o u r s e n te n c e s to y o u r p a r tn e r . A re a n y o f y o u r s e n te n c e s th e s a m e 1 2 a W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . M a tc h c e le b ra tio n s a n d e v e n ts 1 -6 to d a te s a -f. 1 th e firs t m o o n la n d in g a 1st J a n u a r y 2 W o m e n ’s D a y b 14th F e b r u a r y 3 N e w Y e a r’s D a y c 8th M a rc h 4 N e ls o n M a n d e la d ie d d 2 0 th Ju ly 1969 5 V a le n tin e s D ay e 11th N o v e m b e r 1918 6 th e e n d o f th e F irst W o rld W a r f 5 th D e c e m b e r 2013 b 8.9 L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . W h a t d a te s a r e im p o r ta n t fo r y o u 26th February - my wifes birthday. 77

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Lives from the past GOALS ■ use p ast sim ple regular verbs to ta lk a b o u t th e past ■ D escribe a past life Vocabulary Speaking Reading Grammar past simple regular verbs w as born/died 5 a 1 L o o k a t th e fa c ts a n d th e p h o to . R e a d th e s e n te n c e s a b o u t In g r id B e rg m a n . INGRID BERGMAN A c tre s s S w e d e n 19 15 — 1 9 8 2 In g rid B e rg m a n w a s an a c tre s s fr o m S w e d e n . She w a s b o rn in 19 1 5. She d ie d in I9 8 2 . 2 a M a tc h fa c ts 1 -4 to p h o to s a - d 1 W rite r R u s s ia 1828-1910 2 A r tis t M e x ic o 1907-1954 3 S c ie n tis t P o la n d 1867-1934 4 C iv il r ig h ts le a d e r U SA 1 9 2 9 -1 9 6 8 b 8.10 L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . 3 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . S tu d e n t A s a y a b n a m e fro m e x e rc is e 2 a . S tu d e n t B say fa c ts a b o u t th e m . A Martin Luther King B He was a civil rights leader from the USA. He was born in... 4 W o rk w ith a d iffe re n t p a r tn e r . T a lk a b o u t o th e r fa m o u s p e o p le . S tu d e n t A t u r n to p a g e 110. S tu d e n t B t u r n to p a g e 114. R e a d th e te x t. W h y a r e J a n W n e k a n d H a r r ie t C h a lm e r s A d a m s im p o r ta n t p e o p le in h is to ry The famous and the not-so-famous Y o u k n o w a b o u t L e o n a r d o d a V in c i a n d A l b e r t E i n s t e i n . B u t d o y o u k n o w J a n W n k a n d H a r r i e t C h a l m e r s A d a m s T h e y a r e a l s o v e r y i m p o r t a n t p e o p l e i n h i s t o r y . Jan Wn§k i8 2 8 -i8 6 9 J a n W n § k w a s fr o m a p o o r fa m ily . H e w a s b o rn in K a c z o w k i P o la n d a n d liv e d th e re all h is life w ith h is w ife a n d th re e c h ild re n . J a n w a s a c a rp e n te r a n d h a d n o s c h o o l e d u c a tio n . B u t h is d re a m w a s to fly. H e w a n te d to m a k e th e w o r ld s fir s t g lid e r. S o h e s tu d ie d b ird s a n d in 1 8 6 6 h e s ta rte d to m a k e h is g lid e r tw e n ty y e a rs b e fo re th e fa m o u s G e rm a n a v ia to r O tto L ilie n th a l. J a n u s e d h is g lid e r to m a k e v e ry s h o r t flig h ts b e tw e e n 1 8 6 6 a n d 1 8 6 9 . H e d ie d in a fly in g a c c id e n t in 1 8 6 9 . Harriet Chalmers Adams 1 8 7 5 - 1 9 3 7 R e a d th e te x t a g a in . W rite Jan o r Harriet. 1 w a s b o r n in th e USA 2 liv e d in P o la n d 3 w a n te d to fly 4 tra v e lle d to S o u th A m e ric a 5 lik e d a d v e n tu r e 6 s tu d ie d b ird s 7 w o rk e d a s a w r ite r 8 d ie d in a n a c c id e n t H a rrie t C h a lm e rs A d a m s w a s b o rn in C a lifo rn ia in 1 8 7 5 . W h e n H a rrie t w a s e ig h t y e a rs o ld s h e a n d h e r fa th e r tra v e lle d a ro u n d C a lifo rn ia o n h o rs e s . In 1 8 9 9 H a rrie t m a rrie d F ra n klin P ie rc e A d a m s . T h e y b o th lo v e d a d v e n tu re a n d th e y v is ite d e v e ry c o u n try in S o u th A m e ric a fr o m 1 9 0 4 to 190 7. W h e n s h e re tu rn e d to th e U S A s h e ta lk e d to p e o p le a b o u t h e r tra v e ls a n d s h o w e d h e r p h o to g ra p h s . O v e r th e n e x t fo r t y y e a rs H a rrie t tra v e lle d all o v e r th e w o r ld a n d w o r k e d o n a rtic le s a b o u t h e r tra v e ls . S h e h e lp e d to s ta rt th e S o c ie ty o f W o m e n G e o g ra p h e rs in 1 9 2 5 . S h e d ie d in N ic e in 1937 a t th e a g e o f s ix ty -o n e . ■ return go back ■ adventure something exciting that you do O n Oxford 3000™ 8.2 | Frida Kahlo M arie S klodow ska-C urie Leo Tolstoy M artin L uther King

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8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 6 a L o o k a t th e s e n te n c e s in e x e rc is e 5b a n d a d d a n o th e r e x a m p le to e a c h r u le 1 -3 in th e G r a m m a r fo c u s box. GRAMMAR FOCUS past simple regular verbs We use the past simple to talk about people and things in the past. Jan Wnpk started to make his glider in 1866. To make the past simple positive we ... 1 add -ed to most verbs: want -■ wanted 1 _________ 2 add -d to verbs ending in -e: love -» loved 2 _________ 3 delete -y and add -ied to verbs ending in consonant + -y: try -» tried 3 _________ - G ram m ar R eference page 130 b C o m p le te th e te x ts w ith th e p a s t s im p le fo rm o f th e v e rb s in b ra c k e ts. F rid a K a h lo 1 s t a r te d s ta rt p a in tin g w h e n s h e w a s 18. S h e 2___________ p a in t 140 p ic tu re s in h e r life a n d 55 o f th e s e w e re s e lf-p o rtra its . S h e w a s m a rrie d to th e a rtis t D ie g o R iv e ra . T h e ir m a rria g e 3___________ fin is h in 1939 b u t th e y 4___________ m a rry a g a in in 1940 M a rtin L u th e r K in g 5___________ w a n t a b e tte r life fo r b la c k p e o p le in th e U S A . In 1 96 3 h e 6___________ w a lk to th e W h ite H o u s e in W a s h in g to n a n d 7___________ talk to 2 5 0 0 0 0 p e o p le a b o u t h is d re a m . M a rie C u rie w a s b o rn in P o la n d . S h e 8___________ s tu d y a t th e S o rb o n n e in F ra n c e a n d 9___________ live in P a ris b u t s h e a lw a y s lo v e d h e r h o m e c o u n try . T o ls to y w a s n t a g o o d s tu d e n t. H e 10___________ s tu d y v e ry little a t u n iv e rs ity a n d 11___________ fin ish h is s tu d ie s e a rly. B u t la te r in h is life h e 12___________ o p e n th irte e n s c h o o ls fo r p o o r c h ild re n . C C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . PRONUNCIATION regular past simple endings 8.11 The past simple ending of regular verbs is pronounced in three ways: Kh helped /d/: remembered /id/: started 7 a 8.12 L is te n a n d w rite th e p a s t s im p le v e rb s in t h e c o r r e c t p la c e in th e ta b le . finished lived loved married opened painted studied talked walked wanted watched worked It/ Id/ /id/ helped remembered started b 8.13 L is te n c h e c k a n d re p e a t. 8 a ifeMM C h o o s e o n e o f th e p e o p le in th e le sso n e.g. Jap Wnek. M a k e n o te s o n th e im p o r ta n t e v e n ts in th e ir life e.g . bom J828 Poland fro m poor fam ily. b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . S tu d e n t A ta lk a b o u t y o u r fa m o u s p e r s o n b u t d o n t s a y th e n a m e . S tu d e n t B c lo s e y o u r b o o k a n d tr y to g u e s s th e p e r s o n . A He was born in Poland in J828. B Is it Leo Tolstoy LISTENING SKILLS past or present To decide if a sentence is in the present or the past... 1 listen for verb endings: • no ending means present simple: We live in Rome. • third person -s ending means present simple: She lives in Rome. • -ed ending means past simple: We lived in Rome. 2 listen for time words and dates. They can help you too. I play a lot o f football now. present time I lived in Madrid in 2009. past date 1 8.14 |C jr d e th e v e rb fo rm y o u h e a r. 1 t a l k / t a l k e d 4 w o rk s / w o rk e d 2 f in is h / fin is h e d 5 liv e s / liv ed 3 p la y / p la y e d 6 lik e / lik e d 2 8.15 L is te n to six s e n te n c e s . W rite past o r present. 3 8.16 L is te n to t h e s to ry o f B ill a n d M e lin d a G a te s. L irc ie th e c o r r e c t v e rb s . 1 B ill G a te s is / was th e b o s s o f M ic ro so ft. 2 M e lin d a works / worked fo r M ic ro s o ft a s a p r o d u c t d e v e lo p e r. 3 T h e y travel / travelled a r o u n d th e w o rld . 4 T h e y live / lived in a b ig h o u s e in M e d in a . 5 T h e y use / used th e G a te s F o u n d a tio n to h e lp p o o r p e o p le . © VOX POPS VIDEO 8 79

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8.3 Special moments GOALS ■ use o b je ct pronouns ■ Tell a s to ry abo u t a photo Reading Grammar object pronouns b C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . W h ic h is y o u r firs t p r iz e ’ p h o to a n d sto ry 1 R e a d a b o u t th e c o m p e titio n . W h a t d o th e y w a n t W h a t c a n y o u w in Holiday Photo Competition D o y o u h a v e a n in t e r e s t in g h o lid a y p h o to w it h a s to r y W e w a n t t o h e a r f r o m y o u . E m a il u s a t c o m p e titio n p h o to s to r ie s .c o .u k w it h y o u r p h o to a n d s t o r y m a x im u m 2 5 w o rd s . 1 s t prize: 2 -w e e k h o lid a y in T h a ila n d 3 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . L o o k a t th e h ig h lig h te d p r o n o u n s in th e s to rie s . W h o o r w h a t d o th e y re fe r to M a tc h p r o n o u n s 1-7 to ite m s a -g . 1 u s a th e p e o p le o n h o lid a y in G h a n a 2 th e m b th e p e o p le o n h o lid a y in S p a in 3 h im c th e p e r s o n o n h o lid a y in M a n c h e s te r 4 u s d th e s tr e e t m u s ic ia n 5 it e th e m o n k e y 6 h e r f th e c h ild r e n in G h a n a 7 m e g th e s tr e e t a r tis t in S p a in 4a R e a d th e G r a m m a r fo c u s b o x . C o m p le te th e ta b le w ith o b je c t p r o n o u n s fro m e x e rc is e 3. GRAMMAR FOCUS object pronouns We use an object pronoun in place of a noun: I photographed the-mmkey. it Object pronouns come a fte r... 1 verbs e.g. He watched us. 2 prepositions e.g. I listened to her. 3 the verb be e.g. it was him. Subject pronoun Object pronoun 1 1 you 2 vou he 3 she 4 it 5 we 6 they 7 -» G ram m ar R eference page 131 b R e p la c e e a c h u n d e r lin e d w o rd in s e n te n c e s 1 -6 w ith a n o b je c t p ro n o u n . 1 I p la y e d fo o tb a ll w ith fo f m a t t h e w e e k e n d him 2 T h e y a lw a y s in v ite o u r fa m ily to d i n n e r o n S u n d a y s . 3 M a ria lik e s m e b u t I d o n t lik e M a r ia . 4 I d o n ’t r e a d c o m ic s b e c a u s e I d o n t lik e c o m ic s . 5 T h is e x e rc is e is d iffic u lt. I d o n ’t u n d e r s ta n d th is e x e rc is e . 6 W h e re s R ic a rd o C a n y o u s e e R ic a rd o C C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 2 a R e a d s to rie s 1 -4 a n d m a tc h th e m to p h o to s a - d . 1 These children in Ghana were great. They loved football. They asked 1 us to play with 2 them 2 This man was a street artist. I photographed 3 him in Spain in 2012. We talked to him but he just watched 4 us. 3 We were on holiday in South Africa last year. The monkey on the car looked like a tourist too so 1 photographed 5 it 4 Shes a street musician in Manchester. 1 really liked 6 her. 1 listened to her for two hours yesterday 1 hope she remembers 7 me.

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8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 PRONUNCIATION linking 2 8.17 when the object pronoun starts with a vowel we link the final consonant of the verb or preposition to the pronoun: He loves it. You asked us. He works for us. 5 a 8.18 L is te n a n d w rite th e v e rb o r p re p o s itio n a n d th e o b je c t p ro n o u n . 1 I ______________________. 2 H e _______________________ . 3 I _______________________ . 4 S h e _______________________ . 5 H e s t u d i e d _______________________ . 6 T h e y lo o k e d _______________________ . b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . P r a c tis e s a y in g th e s e n te n c e s . L in k th e v e r b o r p re p o s itio n a n d th e o b je c t p r o n o u n . 6 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . A n s w e r q u e s tio n s 1 -4 u s in g o b je c t p r o n o u n s . 1 W h e n d o y o u c h e c k e m a ils 2 D o y o u lik e Star Wars 3 D o y o u r n e ig h b o u r s lik e you 4 D o y o u k n o w t h e h e a d o f y o u r c o m p a n y /u n iv e r s ity Vocabulary Speaking past time expressions 7 a L o o k a t s e n te n c e s 1 -3 fro m th e s to rie s . U n d e r lin e th e e x p r e s s io n s t h a t s h o w a tim e in th e p a s t. 1 W e w e re o n h o lid a y in S o u th A fric a la s t y e a r. 2 I p h o to g r a p h e d h im in S p a in in 2012. 3 I lis te n e d to h e r fo r tw o h o u r s y e ste rd a y b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . P u t th e e x p r e s s io n s in o r d e r fro m Past -it Now. in June in 1998 la st n ig h t la st w e e k la st ye a r o n M o n d a y th is m o rn in g y e s te rd a y PAST NOW 8a A d d a p a s t tim e e x p re s s io n to m a k e th e s e s e n te n c e s tr u e for y ou. 1 l tra v e lle d a b r o a d ... 4 I lis te n e d to m u s ic ... 2 l p la y e d s p o r t ... 5 I ta lk e d to m y p a r e n t s ... 3 l v is ite d m y f r ie n d ... 6 I s ta r te d a n e w jo b ... b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . S ay y o u r s e n te n c e s to e a c h o th e r. A re a n y o f y o u r s e n te n c e s t h e s a m e 9 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . T ell a s to ry a b o u t a h o lid a y p h o to . S tu d e n t A t u r n to p a g e 110. S tu d e n t B t u r n to p a g e 115. READING SKILLS understanding pronouns 2 A pronoun usually refers to a noun person name or thing. We use pronouns because we dont want to repeat the noun. They can be the subject or object of the verb. 1 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . L o o k a t th e b o ld p ro n o u n s . U n d e r lin e th e n o u n s th e y re fe r to. 1 E le n a d o e s n ’t lik e L o n d o n b e c a u s e its v e r y busy. 2 T h e s tu d e n ts in m y c la s s a r e re a lly frie n d ly . T h e y o fte n h e lp m e w ith m y w o rk . 3 S a r a h a n d F r a n k h a d a h o lid a y in F ra n c e in 2010 a n d S a ra h s p a r e n ts v is ite d th e m . 4 Jim s tu d ie d la n g u a g e s a t u n iv e rs ity . T h e te a c h e r lik e d h i m b e c a u s e h e w a s a g o o d s tu d e n t. 5 J o h n a n d I lo v e th e film Boyhood. W e w a tc h e d it la s t n ig h t. 2 a R e a d a b o u t C e lia s frie n d s . W h o o r w h a t d o o b je c t p r o n o u n s 1-7 re fe r to T h e s e a re m y frie n d s fro m u n iv e rs ity . I d o n t s e e 1 them o fte n b u t w e m e e t fo r a b a rb e c u e e v e ry s u m m e r. T h e m a n in th e re d a n d w h ite T -s h irt is Ja v ie r. H e a lw a y s p la y s m u s ic f o r 2 us b e c a u s e h e s a m u s ic ia n in a b a n d n o w . T h e g irl n e x t to 3 him is L a u ra . I live d w ith 4 her in m y s e c o n d year. T h e g irl w ith th e y e llo w h a t is A le ja n d ra . I w a s a t s c h o o l w ith 5 her. S h e s tu d ie d jo u rn a lis m a n d n o w s h e h a s a jo b w ith a n a tio n a l n e w s p a p e r. S h e lo v e s 6 it. T h e o th e r tw o m e n a re R a fa a n d N ic o la s . L a s t m o n th th e y w a lk e d 2 0 0 k ilo m e tre s to ra is e m o n e y fo r c h a rity . I w a s v e ry h a p p y f o r 7 them . b C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 81 xander loves Maria but she doesnt love him. he/him man boy she/her woman girl it thing they/them plural When you see a pronoun ask: 1 is it a subject pronoun he she etc or an object pronoun him hec etc. 2 What does the pronoun refer to man woman thing singular or plural

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8.4 Speaking and writing GOALS ■ use expressions fo r special occasions ■ S how in te re s t ■ w rite a biography 1 a M a tc h e x p r e s s io n s 1 -4 to p h o to s a - d . 1 C o n g ra tu la tio n s 3 G o o d luck 2 H a p p y b irth d a y 4 C h e e rs b 8 .1 9 L is te n c h e c k a n d re p e a t. 3 a R e a d th e L a n g u a g e fo r s p e a k in g b o x . LANGUAGE FOR SPEAKING expressions for special occasions Social occasions Showing interest Congratulations Thats great after good news Good luck Really after surprising news Happy birthday Never mind to show that something is OK Cheers Im sorry to hear that after bad news b M a tc h s e n te n c e s 1 -4 w ith e x p r e s s io n s to s h o w in te r e s t. 1 I w a tc h e d fo u r film s y e ste rd a y . 2 Im so rry b u t I c a n t f in is h m y lu n c h . 3 M y d o g d ie d la s t w e ek . 4 I s tu d ie d a lo t a n d th e e x a m w a s re a lly easy C 8.21 D L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . 4 8 .2 2 R e a d th e Understanding... b o x a n d lis te n to th e e x a m p le s . UNDERSTANDING ... hearing good news and bad news To understand if news is good or bad listen for: 1 positive words e.g. good great lovely 2 negative words e.g. bad sad badly If you dont understand the words listen for intonation - if its good news the speakers voice goes up / a n d down a lot. / was in Africa last weekend and ı photographed a gorilla family in the wild. 2a 8.20 L is te n to fo u r c o n v e rs a tio n s a n d a n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s . Conversation 1 W h a t is th e c h ild ’s p ro b le m Conversation 2 W h y w a s th e w o m a n n o t h a p p y a t w o rk Conversation 3 W h y is th e y o u n g m a n h a p p y Conversation 4 W h y is th e w o m a n sa d b 8 .2 0 L is te n a g a in a n d c o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n s . 1 A O h no I d o n t h a v e m y lu n c h B ___________ m in d . 2 A N o b o d y a t w o rk r e m e m b e r e d . B ___________ O h d e a r. 3 A I’v e g o t a n e w jo b . B T h a t’s ___________ 4 A S h e ’s n o t w e ll. S h e s in h o s p ita l. B I’m ___________to h e a r th a t. 5 a 8 .2 3 L iste n to six s e n te n c e s . D o th e y give g o o d o r b a d n ew s 1 ___________________________ 4 ___________________________ 2 __________________________ 5 __________________________ 3 __________________________ 6 ___________________________ b 8 .2 3 L is te n a g a in a n d re s p o n d u s in g a n e x p re s s io n to s h o w in te re s t. 6a W rite fo u r s e n te n c e s g iv in g b a d /g o o d /s u r p r is in g n e w s a n d s a y in g so rry . I m sorry but I cuvCt m eet you tonight. b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . S ay y o u r s e n te n c e s a n d re s p o n d to y o u r p a r tn e r s s e n te n c e s . A Im sorry but I can’t meet you tonight. B Never mind. C C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . Listening Speaking special occasions

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8.1 8.2 8.3 8 .4 8.5 Reading Writing a biography 7 R e a d a b io g ra p h y o f th e w o m a n in th e p h o to . A re th e s e n te n c e s tr u e T o r fa ls e F C o rre c t th e fa ls e s e n te n c e s . 1 U m A h m a d s fa m ily h o u s e w a s n t big. 2 H e r f a th e rs s h o p w a s in Je ra sh . 3 H e r firs t jo b w a s a s a to u r g u id e . 4 S h e m o v e d to A m m a n a n d th e n m a r r ie d A b d u lla h . 5 S h e w a s n e v e r s a d . M y g r a n d m o th e r U m A h m a d w a s b o r n in J e ra s h J o rd a n in 1926. H e r fa m ily w a s q u ite p o o r a n d th e y liv e d in a s m a ll h o u s e . S h e f in is h e d s c h o o l a t tw e lv e a n d s t a r t e d w o rk in h e r f a th e r ’s s h o p . T h e re w e r e lo ts o f v is ito r s to th e to w n a n d s h e lo v e d ta lk in g to th e m . H e r E n g lish w a s n ’t v e r y g o o d a t firs t b u t s h e p r a c tis e d e v e ry d a y . T h e n a t e ig h te e n s h e c h a n g e d jo b s a n d w o rk e d a s a t o u r g u id e in J e r a s h . S h e m a r r ie d m y g r a n d f a th e r A b d u lla h in 1948. A fte r th a t t h e y m o v e d to A m m a n a n d s t a r t e d a f a m ily T h e r e w e r e s e v e n c h ild r e n a n d tw e n ty - s ix g r a n d c h ild r e n . M y g r a n d m o t h e r lo v e d h e r fa m ily a n d w a s a lw a y s h a p p y . S h e d ie d in 2012. b U se s e q u e n c e r s to c o n n e c t th e e v e n ts . 1 I liv e d in S w e d e n fro m 2 0 0 8 to 2014 a n d w o rk e d in a b a n k . I m o v e d to E n g la n d . 2 W e w a lk e d in t h e p a r k . W e tr a v e lle d h o m e b y b u s . 3 S h e f in is h e d w o rk a t 7 p .m . S h e c y c le d h o m e . 4 W e v is ite d a m u s e u m w ith s o m e fr ie n d s a n d w a lk e d by th e riv e r. W e h a d a d i n n e r in a r e s ta u r a n t w ith th e m . 9 a P u t th e fa c ts fro m a b io g ra p h y in th e c o r r e c t o rd e r. Ayrton Senna was born in Brazil in 1960. a U H e d ie d in a ra c in g a c c id e n t a t S a n M a r in o in 1994. b HU H e s ta r te d to d riv e w h e n h e w a s s e v e n y e a rs old . c LH H e h a d a g r e a t c a r e e r in F o rm u la 1 a n d w a s w o rld c h a m p io n t h r e e tim e s . d __ A t tw e n ty - th r e e y e a r s o ld h e jo in e d F o rm u la 1 te a m T o le m a n . e J In 1981 h e m o v e d to E n g la n d a n d s ta r te d ra c in g in F o r m u la F o rd a n d F o rm u la 3 c a rs f A t t h ir te e n h e h a d h is firs t ra c e in a g o -k a rt. 8a R e a d th e L a n g u a g e fo r w r itin g b o x . LANGUAGE FOR WRITING use sequencers • We use then and after that to show the order of events in a story. / cleaned the house. 4-6 p.mJ / cooked dinner 6-7p.m. / cleaned the house and then/after that ı cooked dinner. • With more than two events we usually start a new sentence with Then or A fter that: We visited my aunt. We helped her with the housework we watched a film on TV . We visited my aunt and helped her with the housework. A fte r that we watched a film on T V . b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . S ay th e c o r r e c t o r d e r o f e v e n ts . U se s e q u e n c e r s then a n d after that. 1 0 a W rite a b io g ra p h y o f s o m e o n e y o u k n o w o r s o m e o n e fa m o u s • W rite 5 - 8 fa c ts a b o u t th e ir life e.g . born in 1967. • P u t th e fa c ts in t h e c o r re c t o rd e r. b W rite th e b io g ra p h y . U se s e q u e n c e r s to s h o w th e o rd e r o f e v e n ts . C W o rk in s m a ll g ro u p s . R e a d y o u r b io g r a p h ie s a lo u d . 83

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Video The Wright siblings 1 L o o k a t th e p h o to s . A n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s . 1 H o w m a n y W rig h t s ib lin g s w e re th e re 2 W h y w e re th e y fa m o u s 3 W h ic h o f th e s e th in g s c a n y o u s e e in th e p h o to s an e n g in e a flight a g lid er a p ro p eller 2 O W a tc h th e v id e o a b o u t t h e W rig h t sib lin g s . P u t th e c o r r e c t in itia ls n e x t to e a c h fa c t 1-8: WO W ilb u r a n d O rv ille K K a th a rin e o r WOK all th re e . 1 o p e n e d a b ic y c le s h o p 2 h a d a d r e a m to fly 3 s tu d ie d a t O b e rlin C o lle g e 4 tra v e lle d a c ro s s t h e U SA a n d E u ro p e 5 w a s /w e r e g o o d a t b u s in e s s 6 c r e a te d th e W rig h t F ly e r III 7 m o v e d to K a n s a s 8 w a s /w e r e fa m o u s a ll o v e r th e w o rld 3a C o m p le te th e s u m m a r y u s in g th e w o rd s in th e box. c o m p a n y e n g in e F lye r III g lid e r in v e n te d O rville te s te d W ilb u r The W rig h t sib lin g s O rville W ilb u r a nd K a th a rin e liv e d in D ayton O hio. The b ro th e rs s ta rte d a p rin tin g business there. Later th e y o p e n e d a b ic y c le s h o p a nd th e y e ve n 1__________ th e ir o w n b icycle . in 1899 th e y s ta rte d to m a ke a n 2___________ A y e a r later th e y m o ve d to K itty H a w k in N o rth C aro lin a . There th e y 3 ___________d iffe re n t fly in g m a ch in e s in 1903 th e y w e re s u c c e s s fu l w ith th e W rig h t F lyer ı an a e ro p la n e w ith an 4 ___________a nd a p ro p e lle r. O rville a nd W ilb u rs siste r K a th a rin e h e lp e d th e b ro th e rs to b u ild th e W r ig h t5___________ . T he b ro th e rs c re a te d th e ir fa m o u s plane th e W rig h t6___________and th e y w e re fa m o u s all o v e r th e w o rld . 7___________ d ie d in 1912 b u t 8____________c o n tin u e d to w o rk w ith p lanes. K a th a rin e m a rrie d a jo u rn a lis t and m o ve d to Kansas. b O W a tc h th e v id e o a g a in a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . 4a EZS3 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . S tu d e n t A w rite t h r e e tru e fa c ts a b o u t th e W rig h t b r o th e r s a n d o n e fa c t t h a t is false. S tu d e n t B d o t h e s a m e fo r K a th a rin e . b L is te n to y o u r p a r t n e r ’s fa c ts . S ay w h ic h fa c t is fa lse . 84 8.5

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8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 Review 1 a C o m p le te th e te x t u s in g was wasnt were o r werent. T h e B ro th e rs G rim m Ja c o b a n d W ilh e lm 1 w ere fa m o u s 1 9 th c e n tu ry s to ry te lle rs . T h e y 2____________ b o th b o rn in H anau G e rm a n y. J a co b 3____________ b o rn in 1785 a n d W ilh e lm in 1786. T h e re 4____________ n in e c h ild re n in th e fa m ily . A fte r th e ir fa th e r d ie d life 5____________ v e ry d iffic u lt. Ja cob a n d W ilh e lm 6__________ rich b u t w ith h e lp fro m th e ir m o th e rs sister th e y w e n t to s c h o o l. In 1805 th e y 7____________ b o th s tu d e n ts a t th e U n iv e rs ity o f M a rb u rg . I t 8___________a sm a ll b u t v e ry fa m o u s u n iv e rs ity . T h e b ro th e rs 9 _____________g o o d s tu d e n ts . T h e y 10 __________ in te re s te d in ta le s a nd s ta rte d to c o lle c t th e m . T h e ir firs t b o o k in 1812 11____________ Childrens an d H ousehold Tales. T h e re w e re 86 stories in it. T h e s to rie s 12____________ fo r c h ild re n a t firs t b u t th e y lo v e d th e m . Childrens an d H ousehold T ales13____________ th e o n ly b o o k th a t th e b ro th e rs p u b lis h e d b u t i t 14____________ th e m o s t p o p u la r. ■ tales stories b 8.24 J L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . 2 a P u t th e v e rb s in to th e p a s t te n s e to c o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s . 1 Ja c o b a n d W ilh e lm ___________ liv e to g e th e r a ll th e ir liv es. 2 W ilh e lm ___________ lik e m u s ic v e ry m u c h a n d h e ___________b e a g r e a t s to ry te lle r. 3 Jac o b a n d W ilh e lm ___________ s tu d y a t th e U n iv e rs ity o f M a rb u rg . 4 T h e ir y o u n g e r b r o th e r F e r d in a n d P h i l i p p ___________ h e lp th e m w ith th e ir w o rk . 5 J a c o b ___________w o rk u n til th e la s t d a y o f h is life. 6 J a c o b ___________d ie in 1863 at th e a g e o f 78. b C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 3 a 8.25 L is te n a n d c ir d g th e d a te y o u h e a r. 1 1 9 1 6 /1 9 6 0 2 4 th N o v e m b e r / 4 th D e c e m b e r 3 1 2 th Ju ly 20 0 5 / 1 2 th July 2009 4 2 0 1 4 /2 0 4 0 5 1 3 th M a y / 3 0 t h M ay 6 2 2 n d J u n e / 2 2 n d July b C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 4 a P u t th e w o rd s in th e c o r r e c t o r d e r to m a k e q u e s tio n s . 1 i s / b i r t h d a y / W h e n / y o u r 2 y e a r / y o u / b o r n / W h a t / w e re 3 a t s c h o o l / firs t / W h e n / y o u r / d a y / w a s 4 h o lid a y / W h e re a n d w h e n / firs t / w a s / y o u r b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . A sk a n d a n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s in e x e rc is e 4a. 5 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . R e a d th e te x t. S ay w h o o r w h a t e a c h h ig h lig h te d p r o n o u n re fe rs to. T h is is a p h o to o f m e a n d m y fa m ily o n h o lid a y . W e lo ve d 1 it. W e w e re in a b e a u tifu l h o u s e n e a r th e s e a b u t w e w e re n t o fte n in 2 it. M y d a u g h te r w a s a lw a y s a t th e b e a c h a n d I w a s u s u a lly w ith 3 her. O u r n e ig h b o u rs w e re a fa m ily fro m th e N e th e rla n d s w ith a y o u n g b o y. M y d a u g h te r lo ve d p la y in g w ith 4 h im . S o m e tim e s th e y c o o k e d a m e a l f o r 5 u s a n d s o m e tim e s w e c o o k e d a m e a l f o r 6 th e m . 1 holiday 3 ___________ 5 ___________ 2 ___________ 4 ___________ 6 ___________ 6a C o m p le te th e te x t u s in g o b je c t p r o n o u n s . 6 P a tric ia A rq u e tte is m y fa v o u rite a c tre s s . I love 1____________ . S h e ’s in a lo t o f film s b u t I d o n t kn o w a ll of 2 ____________ . Did yo u se e th e film Boyhood S h e w as g re a t in 3____________ . T h e film is a b o u t th e life o f her so n . W e w a tc h 4____________ a s he g ro w s u p .5 b C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 7 a M a tc h s e n te n c e s 1 -6 to a n s w e r s a -f. 1 I’m n o t a t w o rk to d a y . I’m n o t w ell. 2 S o rry . I f in is h e d th e co ffee. 3 R o b s s o n is n i n e y e a r s o ld a n d h e c a n s p e a k fo u r la n g u a g e s 4 M y e x a m is o n T u e s d a y a t tw o o ’c lo ck . 5 I c a n c o m e to y o u r p a rty . 6 W ell its g o o d to s e e y o u . C h e e rs . a T h a t ’s g re a t b G o o d lu ck c C h e e rs d N e v e r m in d e O h Im s o rry to h e a r th a t f R eally b C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . P r a c tis e th e c o n v e rs a tio n s in e x e rc is e 7a. 85

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Unusual stories Happy memories GOALS ■ Use p ast sim ple irreg u la r verbs ■ Talk abo u t a m em ory T h is is th e u n u s u a l s t o r y o f C liv e a n d D e b o ra h W e a rin g . T h e y m e t in L o n d o n in 1 9 7 8 . D e b o ra h w a s fr o m t h e U SA b u t s h e liv e d a n d w o r k e d in L o n d o n . C liv e s tu d ie d a t C a m b rid g e U n iv e r s ity a n d t h e n h e w o r k e d a s a m u s ic ia n . T h e y f e ll in lo v e a n d m a rrie d in 1 9 8 4 . T h e y w e r e v e ry h a p p y . B u t o n W e d n e s d a y 2 7 t h M a rc h 1 9 8 5 C liv e W e a rin g g o t v e r y ill a n d lo s t h is m e m o ry . H e o n ly re m e m b e re d th in g s f o r a f e w s e c o n d s . H e c o u ld p la y t h e p ia n o a n d he k n e w D e b o ra h s fa c e b u t h e c o u ld n t re m e m b e r h e r n a m e . L ife w a s v e r y d if f ic u lt f o r th e m . I t w a s a s a d tim e . D e b o ra h s o ld t h e ir f l a t in L o n d o n a n d m o v e d b a c k t o th e U S A . C liv e w e n t t o liv e in a h o s p ita l. D e b o ra h o f t e n c a m e t o E n g la n d t o v is it C liv e a n d t h e y h a d a g o o d tim e to g e th e r . H e p la y e d m u s ic a n d w r o te a d ia ry . E v e ry t im e s h e le f t s h e s a id ‘R e m e m b e r I lo v e y o u . A n d e v e r y tim e h e s a w h e r a g a in C liv e f e ll in lo v e w it h h e r a g a in . T h e ir n e w life w a s v e ry d if f e r e n t . C liv e c o u ld n ’t re m e m b e r h is p a s t b u t h e w a s h a p p y in t h e p re s e n t. 1 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . W h a t lo v e s to rie s d o y o u k n o w 2 a R e a d th e s to ry a b o u t C liv e a n d D e b o ra h W e a rin g . P u t e v e n ts a - h in th e c o r re c t o rd e r a H e lo s t h is m e m o ry b T h e y m e t. 1 c H e w e n t to a h o s p ita l d H e g o t ill. e T h e ir life w a s n t th e s a m e b u t C liv e w a s h a p p y f S h e v is ite d h im in h o s p ita l g T h e y m a r r ie d h It w a s a s a d tim e . b R e a d th e s to ry a g a in . A re th e s e n te n c e s t r u e T o r fa ls e F 1 C liv e a n d D e b o r a h W e a rin g w e re b o th fro m L o n d o n . 2 T h e y w e re m a r r ie d fo r fiv e y e a rs b e fo re h e g o t ill. 3 A fte r h is illn e s s h e c o u ld n ’t r e m e m b e r a n y th in g . 4 C liv e w a s n e v e r h a p p y a f te r h is illn e s s . 5 H e c o u ld p la y m u s ic a f te r h e lo s t h is m e m o ry . 6 H e s to p p e d lo v in g D e b o ra h . 3 a L o o k a t th e h ig h lig h te d v e rb s in th e story. C o m p le te th e g ap s. 1 b e W as/W ere 9 le a v e 2 c a n 10 lo se 3 c o m e 11 m e e t 4 fall 12 say 5 g et 13 s e e 6 go 14 sell 7 h a v e 15 w rite 8 k n o w b 9.1 L is te n c h e c k a n d re p e a t. C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . S tu d e n t A s a y a v e rb fro m e x e rc is e 3 a in th e p r e s e n t o r p a s t. S tu d e n t B s a y w h ic h fo rm y o u h e a r. A cam e B past Reading Grammar verbs past simple irregular Otff Oxford 3000™ A love story

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9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 4 a R e a d th e G r a m m a r fo c u s b o x a b o u t p a s t s im p le i r r e g u la r v e rb s . C o m p le te t h e g a p s w ith p a s t s im p le v e rb s fro m e x e rc is e 3 a . b P u t th e v e r b s in th e p a s t s im p le to c o m p le te th e sto ry . I 1 w iet m e e t m y h u s b a n d J o h n w h e n I 2____________ be fiv e y e a rs o ld W e 3____________k n o w e a c h o th e r b e c a u s e w e 4____________go to th e s a m e s c h o o l. 15____________see h im a g a in in a c lo th e s s h o p in 2010. I w a s w ith a frie n d a n d he 6____________sell a ja c k e t to her. H e a s k e d h e r fo r m y p h o n e n u m b e r. T h e n he 7 __________write me a text message. I t 8 _________ say ‘ D o y o u w a n t to g o o u t fo r a m e a l S o he 9____________co m e to m y h o u s e o n e e v e n in g a n d th e n w e 10____________go o u t to a re s ta u ra n t. W e 11__________ fall in lo v e a n d 12____________ge t m a rrie d in 2011. C 9.2 L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . 5 R e a d th e s to ry a n d p u t th e v e r b s in th e p a s t te n s e . The Memory Man I n 2008 s c ie n tis ts a t th e U n iv e r s ity o f C a lifo rn ia 1___________stu d y a m a n c a lle d B ob P e tr e lla . B ob 2 ___________h a v e a n a m a z in g m e m o r y H e 3 __________ re m e m b e r e v e r y d a y o f h is life. H e 4 ___________ m ee t h is f r ie n d S u s a n A n g e lo o n 1 8 th F e b r u a r y 1981. ‘I t 5 ___________b e a W e d n e s d a y h e 6 __________ say. A t sc h o o l h e 7 ___________g e t go o d m a r k s in h is e x a m s b e c a u s e h e 8 ___________ c a n r e m e m b e r a ll th e fa c ts . I n 2006 h e 9 ___________lo se h is p h o n e b u t it w a s n t a p ro b le m fo r B ob b e c a u s e h e 1 0 ___________h a v e a ll th e n u m b e r s in h is h e a d . 6a P u t th e v e rb s in b ra c k e ts in th e p a s t s im p le . 1 I m e e t m y b e s t fr ie n d ... 2 1 fg e t a n a m a z in g b ir th d a y p r e s e n t ... 3 1 go o n h o lid a y to ... 4 I lo se m y ... 5 I see a fa m o u s p e r s o n ... b C h o o s e tw o e v e n ts fro m e x e rc is e 6a . T h in k a b o u t th e d e ta ils a n d n o te y o u r id e a s. • Where were you • Who were you with • What happened C W o rk in s m a ll g ro u p s . T ell e a c h o th e r y o u r m e m o rie s . adjective + noun phrases 2 7 L o o k a t th e V o c a b u la ry fo c u s b o x . F in d f o u r e x a m p le s o f a d je c tiv e + n o u n p h r a s e s in C liv e a n d D e b o ra h s sto ry . VOCABULARY FOCUS adjective + noun phrases 2 Adjective Noun a sad/good/happy/difficult time a sad/happy/interesting/unusual story my old/new life a/an new/old friend an/a easy/difficult life a happy/sad ending 8a C irc le th e c o r re c t o p tio n s in s e n te n c e s 1- 6. 1 Its a n in te r e s tin g story /friend. 2 T h e s to ry h a d a h a p p y time / ending. 3 It w a s a d iffic u lt time /story. 4 I m e t a n o ld life / friend. 5 S h e lo v e s h e r n e w story / life. 6 W e h a d a g o o d friend / time a t th e p a rty . b C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 9 a C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s w ith y o u r id e a s . 1 I h a d a g o o d tim e a t ____________ . 2 ____________ h a s a h a p p y e n d in g . 3 ____________ is a n o ld frie n d . 4 ____________ is a s a d sto ry . 5 ____________ h a s a n e a s y life. b W o rk in s m a ll g ro u p s . R e a d y o u r s e n te n c e s to e a c h o th e r. E x p la in e a c h s itu a tio n . I had a good time at school. The teachers were nice and I had lots o f good friends. 87 The past simple positive form of irregular verbs is the same for all persons. I You : 1 _________ • goodbye. He/She/lt j w rote : a book. We j 2 _________ : a good film. They -♦ Grammar Reference page 132

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9.2 A good excuse GOALS ■ use past simple negatives and questions ■ use common verb phrases 1 - Listening Grammar and questions past simple negatives 1 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . R e a d s o m e tr u e r e a s o n s fo r n o t g o in g to w o rk . A re th e y g o o d o r b a d re a s o n s We asked six companies to tell us peoples reasons for not coming to work. Here are some examples. You werent at work yesterday. Why I was in the kitchen and the fridge fell on me. My dog was ill. I went shopping because I didnt have a birthday present for my wife. I watched a horror film and I couldnt sleep. 3 L o o k a t th e c o n v e rs a tio n in e x e rc is e 2 b a g a in a n d c o m p le te t h e G r a m m a r fo c u s b o x . GRAMMAR FOCUS past simple negatives and questions - Grammar Reference page 132 4 a R e a d th e c o n v e r s a tio n s a n d u n d e r lin e th e c o r r e c t w o rd s . 1 A D id y o u 1 go / went to w o rk y e s te rd a y B N o l 2 dont / didnt. 13 go / went s h o p p in g . A W a s y o u r b o s s a n g ry B Yes. H e d i d n t 4 like / liked it. 2 A D id y o u 5stay / stayed a t h o m e y e s te rd a y B Yes 1 6 do / did. I d id n ’t 7 feel /felt w e ll. 1 6 eat / ate s o m e th in g b a d . A W h a t d id y o u 9 eat / ate B I d o n ’t k n o w . b 9.4 L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . PRONUNCIATION sentence stress 5 a 9.5 L is te n a n d n o tic e t h e s tr e s s in p a s t s im p le n e g a tiv e s e n te n c e s a n d q u e s tio n s . 2 a 9.3 L is te n to a c o n v e rs a tio n . A n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s . 1 W h a t is th e e m p lo y e e ’s e x c u se 2 D o e s th e e m p lo y e r th i n k th is r e a s o n is g o o d o r b a d b 9 .3 L is te n a g a in . C o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n . A So w h e re 1____________ y o u y e s te rd a y N a th a n B Im v e ry so rry . 12 ____________ a b a d n ig h t. I d id n t sle e p . A W h y d id y o u 3 ____________ a b a d n ig h t B W ell 14____________ a h o r r o r film . A A h o r r o r film O K ... D id y o u 5 ____________ th e o ffic e in th e m o rn in g B N o I d id n t. Im so rry . I d i d n t 6 ____________ u p u n til tw e lv e o c lo c k . 17 ____________ in th e a f te r n o o n . b 9.5 L is te n a g a in a n d re p e a t. 6a 9.6 § L is te n a n d m a r k th e tw o s tr e s s e d w o rd s in e a c h s e n te n c e . 1 T h e y lo st th e ir d o g . 2 D id y o u p h o n e th e office 3 H e d id n t lik e it. 4 D id y o u go to t h e d o c to r b C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . P r a c tis e s a y in g th e s e n te n c e s a n d q u e s tio n s . Olff Oxford 3000™ - i/You/we/They 1 did not phone the office. He/she/it sleep. Why 2 l/you/we/they have a bad night - 3 he/she/it fall + Yes i/you/he/she/it/we/they did. - No l/you/he/she/it/we/they 4 did not. S h o rt a n s w e rs Note: The negative form of could is couldnt. I ate something bad. I didnt want to come to work. 1 I didn’ t sell the car. 2 Did you see the film

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9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 7 a L o o k a t th e a c tiv itie s in th e lis t. W h ic h o f th e s e a c tiv itie s d id y o u d o la s t w e e k P u t a tic k / o r a c ro s s X. 1 s e e y o u r fr ie n d s 5 lis te n to th e ra d io 2 w a tc h a film 6 b u y s o m e th in g e x p e n s iv e 3 w rite a n e m a il 7 le a v e s c h o o l/w o rk e a rly 4 g o to a p a r ty 8 e a t a t a fa st fo o d r e s ta u r a n t C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . L o o k a t s itu a tio n s 1 -4 a n d t h i n k o f e x c u s e s fo r e a c h o n e . U se th e p h r a s e s in e x e rc is e 8a. 1 Y ou a r e tw o h o u r s la te fo r w o rk . 2 Y ou d o n t h a v e y o u r h o m e w o rk . 3 Y ou m is s e d y o u r f r ie n d s p a rty . 4 Y ou d id n t b u y a n y fo o d fo r d in n e r . b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . A sk a n d a n s w e r a b o u t th e a c tiv itie s in e x e rc is e 7 a . M a k e n o te s . A Did you see your friends last week B No I didnt. C W h a t d id y o u r p a r tn e r d o d iffe re n tly to y o u T ell th e c lass. Agatha didnt see her friends last week. Vocabulary Speaking verb phrases 1 8a 9.7 L is te n to J e n n y ta lk in g a b o u t h e r d a y y e ste rd a y . T ic k / th e c o r r e c t s e n te n c e s . 1 S h e s le p t b ad ly . 2 S h e fell in th e sh o w e r. 3 S h e fo rg o t th e tim e o f h e r m e e tin g . 4 S h e felt sick. 5 S h e h a d a h e a d a c h e . 6 S h e w e n t to th e d o c to r. 7 S h e m e t a n o ld frie n d . 8 S h e m is s e d h e r tr a in . b 9.7 L is te n a g a in a n d c o r re c t th e w ro n g s e n te n c e s in e x e rc is e 8a. 9 a P u t th e v e rb s in th e p a s t sim p le . U se e x e rc is e 8a to h e lp y o u . 1 fa ll 5 h a v e 2 feel 6 m e e t 3 fo rg et 7 m is s 4 go 8 s le e p 1 0 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . T a k e t u r n s to b e a n e m p lo y e r a n d a n e m p lo y e e la te fo r w o rk . U s e th e c o n v e rs a tio n in e x e rc is e 2b a n d th e id e a s in e x e rc is e 8a to h e lp y o u . LISTENING SKILLS words that sound the same Some English words have the same pronunciation but different meanings e.g. knew - new /n ju :/ ate - eight /c it/ your - youre /jo :/ ı-ey e /a\/ tw o-too /tu :/ buy-bye /b a i/ write - right /r a it/ meat - meet /m i:t/ s e e -s e a /si:/ our - hour /ao o / there - their /ð ɑ ə/ wear - where /w e a / Listening for the context what comes before and after these words helps you decide which word it is. 1 a 9 .9 R e a d a n d lis te n to s e n te n c e s 1-4. U n d e r lin e th e c o r r e c t w o rd . 1 H e 1 eight / ate six a p p le s a n d 2 eight / ate b a n a n a s . 2 I 3 new / knew h e r w h e n w e w o rk e d a t th e h o s p ita l. S h e s g o t a 4 new / knew jo b now . 3 5 You’ re / Your la te for 6youre / your tr a in . 4 D o y o u k n o w th e w o m a n in flat n u m b e r 7 two / too I k n o w h e r 8 two / too. b C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 2 a 9.10 L is te n to s ix s e n te n c e s a n d u n d e r lin e th e c o r r e c t w o rd . 1 y o u r / y o u re 4 s e a / s e e 2 b u y / b y e 5 h o u r / o u r 3 rig h t / w rite 6 th e r e / th e ir b C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 3 a 9.11 L is te n a n d w r ite t h e m is s in g w o rd s . A Fli A n d y . 1 ____________ a t t h e s u p e r m a r k e t 2______________ B Yes 3 ____________ a m . W h y A C o u ld y o u 4 ____________ m e s o m e a p p le s p le a s e B S u re . A n y th in g e lse A I n e e d s o m e 5 ____________ 6 ____________ . I w a n t to c o o k to n ig h t. B N o p ro b le m . A T h a n k s A n d y . 7 ____________ y o u later. B 8 ___________. b C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 8 9 b 9.8 L iste n c h e c k a n d re p e a t.

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9.3 News stories GOALS ■ use ago to say when something happened ■ Talk about the last time Reading Grammar ago 1 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . L o o k a t th e r e s ta u r a n t b ill. W h y is it u n u s u a l 2 R e a d th e n e w s sto ry . A n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s . Unusual tips C u s to m e r s i n A m e r ic a n r e s t a u r a n t s a lw a y s le a v e a t i p fo r t h e w a i t e r o r w a it r e s s . N o r m a lly t h e t i p is b e t w e e n t o a n d 20 o f t h e c o s t o f t h e m e a l. B u t s ix m o n t h s a g o i n M ic h ig a n a c u s t o m e r l e f t a 3000 tip o n a n 88 b ill a n d it w a s n t a m is ta k e . T h is s t a r t e d a f a s h io n fo r b ig tip s a ll o v e r A m e r ic a . L a s t w e e k a w o r k e r i n a f a s t f o o d r e s t a u r a n t i n C a lif o r n ia g o t a 100 t i p fo r a 4 d r in k a n d y e s t e r d a y a lu c k y w a i t e r i n Los A n g e le s g o t a 6000 t i p fo r h i s s e rv ic e . N o o n e k n o w s t h e n a m e s o f t h e g iv e rs b u t p e o p le t h i n k t h a t it is a g ro u p o f i n t e r n e t m i ll i o n a i r e s f r o m C a lif o r n ia . T h e y h a v e a lo t o f m o n e y a n d t h e y w a n t to h e lp p o o r p e o p le . ■ millionaire a person who has more than a million dollars euros etc. 1 W h a t is a n o r m a l tip in A m e ric a 2 W h a t h a p p e n e d ... a s ix m o n th s a g o in M ic h ig a n b la s t w e e k in C a lifo rn ia c y e s te r d a y in L o s A n g e le s 3 W h o d id it 4 W h y d id th e y d o it 4 a R e a d th e G r a m m a r fo c u s b o x a b o u t ago. C o m p le te th e g a p . b R e w rite s e n te n c e s 1 -5 u s in g ago. 1 H e g o t m a r r ie d in 2010. He got m arried six years ago. 2 I s a w h e r o n S u n d a y . 3 S h e w e n t to S w itz e rla n d in Ju n e . 4 H e le ft h is jo b la s t w e e k . 5 W e s o ld o u r h o u s e in 2012. PRONUNCIATION word stress in two-syllable words 5 a 9.12 L is te n a n d w rite th e w o rd s in th e c o r r e c t p la c e in th e ta b le . • • • • answer about b 9.13 L iste n c h e c k a n d re p e a t. 6 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . P r a c tis e s a y in g s e n te n c e s 1-4. 1 I h a d a m e e tin g tw o h o u r s ag o . 2 Is th is th e c o r r e c t a n s w e r 3 I c a n t d e c id e w h a t c o lo u r to w e a r. 4 I k n o w a g o o d s to ry a b o u t a lu c k y w a ite r in a h o te l. 7a W h e n w a s t h e la s t tim e y o u d id th e s e th in g s M a k e n o te s . • play sport • buy something online • see a film at the cinema • phone a friend • go to a concert • forget something important 3 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . D is c u s s th e q u e s tio n s . 1 W h o d o y o u g iv e tip s to: w a ite rs ta x i d riv e rs h o te l s t a f f etc. 2 H o w m u c h d o y o u g iv e: 5 10 15 etc. b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . A sk a n d a n s w e r q u e s tio n s a b o u t th e ite m s in e x e rc is e 7a. A When did you last play sport B I played sport a week ago. A Who did you play with 9 0 Olff Oxford 3000™ We use ago to say w hen som ething hap p en ed in th e past. PAST NOW I ---------------------------- 1 ---------------------------- 1 2011 2013 2016 left school go t m arried I left school five years ago. I got married__________ years ago. - G r a m m a r R e f e r e n c e p a g e 133 about ago answer colour correct decide fashion forget hotel lucky meeting story

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9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 L is te n in g S p e a k in g about news stories asking questions 8a W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . L o o k a t th e illu s tr a tio n s fro m a n e w s sto ry . W h a t d o y o u th in k h a p p e n e d b 9.14 L is te n to t h e s to ry a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . 9 a P u t t h e w o rd s in th e c o r re c t o r d e r to m a k e q u e s tio n s . 1 W h e n / h a p p e n / it / d id W hen d id it happen 2 W h e re / it / h a p p e n / d id 3 th e m a n / W h o / s e e / d id 4 d id / t h e b o y / W h a t / s a y 5 d o / W h a t / d i d / t h e m a n 6 g iv e / d id / to th e b o y / W h y / th e m a n / h is ja c k e t 7 th e s to ry / H o w / e n d / d id b 9.14 | L is te n a g a in a n d a n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s . C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . A sk a n d a n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s in e x e rc is e 9 a . D o y o u t h i n k D ia z d id t h e rig h t th in g W h y /W h y n o t READING SKILLS guessing meaning from context When you dont know a word look at the words next to it but also at the whole sentence or paragraph. This helps you guess the meaning. There were lots of people at the station because it was rush hour. • hour refers to time • There are lots of people so the station is busy. -+ rush hour the busy time 1 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . R e a d th e firs t s e n te n c e fro m th e s to ry a n d a n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s . 1 W h a t tip d id th e w a ite r re c e iv e 2 W h a t is a n o r m a l tip for a 50 d o lla r b ill in th e USA 3 W h a t d o y o u th i n k th e h ig h lig h te d w o rd m e a n s a s m a ll b v e r y big c g o o d In D e c e m b e r 2 0 1 3 a w a ite r a t th e F re n c h Q u a rte r R e s ta u ra n t in W e s t H o lly w o o d g o t a h u g e tip - 7 0 0 0 - o n a 5 0 d o lla r bill. 2 R e a d th e firs t tw o s e n te n c e s o f th e sto ry . L o o k at th e w o rd s But thought a n d mistake. W h a t d o e s th e h ig h lig h te d p h r a s e m e a n In D e c e m b e r 2 0 1 3 a w a ite r a t th e F re n c h Q u a rte r R e s ta u ra n t in W e s t H o lly w o o d g o t a h u g e tip - 7 0 0 0 - o n a 5 0 d o lla r b ill. B u t th e w a ite r R o n K in n e y a g e d s ix ty -s e v e n th o u g h t it w a s a m is ta k e a n d th re w a w a y th e b ill. 3 a R e a d th e w h o le te x t. U n d e rlin e n e w w o rd s t h a t y o u a r e n o t s u r e a b o u t. In D e c e m b e r 2 0 1 3 a w a ite r a t th e F re n c h Q u a rte r R e s ta u ra n t in W e s t H o lly w o o d g o t a h u g e tip - 7 0 0 0 - o n a 5 0 d o lla r b ill. B u t th e w a ite r R o n K in n e y a g e d s ix ty -s e v e n th o u g h t it w a s a m is ta k e a n d th re w a w a y th e b ill. H e re a liz e d h is m is ta k e la te r w h e n h is frie n d s to ld h im a b o u t th e fa s h io n fo r le a v in g b ig tip s . M r K in n e y h o p e s fo r a m ira c le - he w a n ts to fin d th e c re d it c a rd re c e ip t. H e ’s s ix ty -s e v e n n o w a n d h e n e e d s s o m e m o n e y fo r h is re tire m e n t. b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . S ay w h a t y o u th i n k th e n e w w o rd s m e a n . O VOX POPS VIDEO 9 91

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Speaking and writing GOALS ■ Talk a b o u t th e w e a th e r ■ w rite a re vie w o f an event Listening Speaking the weather 1 a W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . M a tc h illu s tr a tio n s 1 -8 to w o rd s a - h . a w a rm c c lo u d y e c o ld g s to rm y b h o t d s u n n y f r a in y h sn o w y b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . A n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s . 1 W h e n a r e th e s e a s o n s in d iffe re n t c o u n trie s In Australia winter is from ...t o .... 2 W h a t is th e w e a th e r lik e in e a c h s e a s o n In spring its warm and its often sunny. b 9.151 L iste n c h e c k a n d re p e a t. 2 a 9.16 L is te n a n d r e p e a t th e s e a s o n s . 3 a 9.17 L is te n to th r e e c o n v e rs a tio n s . W rite t h e w e a th e r th a t e a c h s p e a k e r m e n tio n s . b 9.17 L is te n a g a in a n d c o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n s . 1 A W h a ts t h e 1____________ lik e w ith you B Its OK. Its a little 2 ____________ b u t it’s w a rm . A Its r a in y 3 ____________ . 2 A D id y o u h a v e a g o o d 4 ____________ B Yes it w a s g re a t th a n k s . A W h a t5 ____________ th e w e a th e r lik e B It w a s th e 6 ____________ s e a s o n fo r th e firs t w e e k b u t a f te r t h a t it w a s 7 ____________ a n d v e r y 8 _____________. 3 A W h a t’s th e w e a th e r lik e in 9 ____________ in N e w York B It’s v e r y 1 0 ____________ a n d it’s o f t e n 11_____________ to o . C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . H a v e s im ila r c o n v e rs a tio n s to th e o n e s in e x e rc is e 3 b . 4 9. 18 R ead th e Understanding... b o x a n d lis te n to th e e x a m p le s . UNDERSTANDING ... is a n d was In spoken English it is not always easy to hear is and was because they are not stressed in positive sentences and questions. Listen for time expressions e.g. today yesterday etc. and for the general context. • • • a Whats the weather like in Rome today B Its cold. Ive got my winter clothes on. • • • A what was the weather like in Rome last week B It was snowy. I had my winter clothes on. 5 a 9.19 L is te n a n d c irc lg th e w o rd s y o u h e a r. 1 Its /It was s u n n y in L o n d o n . 2 Is it / Was it r a in y in B erlin 3 Its / It was s to rm y in T okyo. 4 Is it / Was it c o ld in N e w Y ork to d a y 5 Its / It was s u n n y a n d w a r m h e r e in B u e n o s A ire s. b 9.20 L is te n a n d w rite five s e n te n c e s a n d q u e s tio n s w ith is a n d was. 92 9.4 spring summer autumn winter

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9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 6 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . T a k e t u r n s to a s k a b o u t t h e w e a th e r. U se th e L a n g u a g e fo r s p e a k in g b o x to h e lp y o u . A What.s the weather like with you b nv... LANGUAGE FOR SPEAKING the weather Asking about the weather Whats the weather like with you what was the weather like Whats the weather like in city/country in September/spring/ the hot season Answering about the weather Its OK. Its rainy/cloudy/cold. Its really/very hot. It was hot and sunny. Its often sunny but its quite cold too. 7 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . T a lk a b o u t th e w e a th e r. S tu d e n t A t u r n to p a g e 110. S tu d e n t B t u r n to p a g e 115. Reading Writing a review of an event b C irc le th e c o r re c t o p tio n s . 1 T h e L a r m e r T re e is a summer / spring fe stiv a l. 2 T h e w r ite r w e n t fo r the day / the weekend. 3 T h e L a rm e r T re e h a s local / international fo o d a n d m u sic. 4 T h e w r ite r liked/ didnt like e v e r y th in g h e saw . 9 a R e a d th e L a n g u a g e fo r w r itin g b o x . LANGUAGE FOR WRITING adjectives When you write a review use adjectives to describe the event the place the cost the weather and how you felt about it. The atmosphere was great. There was interesting food from all over the world. b L o o k a t t h e h ig h lig h te d a d je c tiv e s in th e te x t in e x e rc is e 8a . W h ic h a d je c tiv e d e s c r i b e s ... 1 th e p a rk 5 th e p e o p le 2 th e fo o d 6 th e c o m e d ia n 3 th e b a n d s 7 th e w e a th e r 4 th e fe stiv a l 8 th e a tm o s p h e re 8a R e a d th e d e s c r ip tio n o f a n e v e n t. T ick / th e d e ta ils th e w r ite r m e n tio n s . C W h ic h p a r a g r a p h d e s c r ib e s h is fe e lin g s a b o u t th e e v e n t W h ic h a d je c tiv e s d o e s h e u se 10a T h in k o f a n e v e n t y o u w e n t to in th e p a s t e.g . a c o n c e rt a s tr e e t p a rty e tc . T h in k a b o u t th e w e a th e r th e fo o d th e p e o p le etc. b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . T a lk a b o u t th e e v e n t. A n s w e r q u e s tio n s 1- 6. Larmer Tree Festival L a s t S a tu rd a y w e w e n t to th e L a rm e r T re e Festival. Its a sm a ll fe stival arou nd 2 0 0 0 p eo ple e ve ry y e a r in J u ly in a b e a u tifu l p a rk in D o rs e t E n g la n d . P e o p le o fte n g o fo r th e w e e k e n d a n d s ta y in te n ts b u t w e w e n t ju s t fo r th e day. T h e w e a th e r w a s w a rm a n d s u n n y a n d e v e ry o n e w a s rea lly friendly. T h e L a rm e r T ree is a m u s ic festival b u t th e re is c o m e d y d a n c e a n d th e a tre to o . W e s a w tw o b a n d s . O n e w a s T in a riw e n fro m W e s t A frica . T h e y w e re a m a z in g . W e s a w a c o m e d ia n b u t he w a s n ’t v e ry funny. T h e re w a s in te re s tin g fo o d fro m a ll o v e r th e w o rld : J a m a ic a T h a ila n d S o u th A frica . T h e a tm o s p h e re w a s g reat. W e s a w a lo t o f d iffe re n t th in g s a t th e festival. S o m e w e re g o o d a n d s o m e w e re b a d . In fa c t o n e o r tw o w e re te rrib le . B u t it w a s n e ve r b o rin g a n d w e lo ve d it. 1 W h a t w a s it 2 W h e n w a s it 3 W h e re w a s it 4 W h a t w a s th e w e a th e r like 5 W h a t d id y o u s e e /d o 6 D id y o u lik e it W h y w a s it g o o d /b a d C W rite a re v ie w o f th e e v e n t. U se a d je c tiv e s fro m e x e rc is e 9 b . Last year/In. 2007 I went to ... d W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . S w a p y o u r re v ie w s. D o y o u w a n t to go to th is e v e n t 1 th e tim e 2 th e p la c e 3 th e w e a th e r 4 t h e c o s t 5 th in g s to s e e a n d d o 6 h is fe e lin g s a b o u t th e e v e n t

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Whatever the weather 1 a M a tc h th e p h o to s to th r e e o f th e p la c e s 1-4. E x p la in y o u r c h o ic e s to y o u r p a r tn e r . 1 S e a ttle th e USA 2 S tro u d th e U K 3 P a ris F ra n c e 4 A u c k la n d N e w Z e a la n d b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . L o o k a t th e p h o to s . W h ic h o f th e s e th in g s c a n y o u s e e in th e m countryside fountain ocean river sailing boat sky snow tourists traffic 2 O W a tc h th e v id e o . M a tc h th e w e a th e r in e a c h s e n te n c e to th e c o r re c t p la c e : Seattle Stroud Paris o r Auckland. 1 Its h o t a n d v e ry s u n n y . 2 It o fte n r a in s in w in te r b u t it’s n o t v e ry c o ld . 3 Its c o ld a n d w e t in a u tu m n . 4 Its s p r in g a n d it’s w a r m a n d su n n y . 3 a O W a tc h th e v id e o a g a in . C irc le th e c o r r e c t o p tio n s . 1 P a ris is fu ll o f artists / tourists. 2 Its o fte n cold / cloudy a n d r a in y in P a r is in s p rin g . 3 In A u c k la n d th e s c h o o l h o lid a y s s t a r t in September / December. 4 In A u c k la n d s a ilin g is a g o o d w a y to s e e the city / the fountains. 5 I t’s o fte n rainy / stormy in S e a ttle in a u tu m n . 6 T h e r e a r e n ’t m a n y to u r is ts in S e a ttle in w in te r b e c a u s e th e r e is a lot o f snow / isnt a lot to do. 7 In th e U K in w in te r th e te m p e r a tu r e is a r o u n d four or five /fourteen or fifteen d e g re e s . 8 A fe w y e a rs a g o B rita in h a d a lo t o f s n o w a n d London / the countryside w a s b e a u tif u l. 4 a ifctaa W o rk a s S tu d e n t A a n d S tu d e n t B. A h o lid a y w e b s ite w a n ts to p u t y o u r c o u n tr y o r c a p ita l c ity o n t h e i r w e b s ite . S tu d e n t A th in k a b o u t M ay. S tu d e n t B th in k a b o u t Ja n u a ry . M a k e n o te s a b o u t ... • the weather • the number of visitors • the things people do. b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . T ell e a c h o th e r a b o u t y o u r c o u n tr y o r c a p ita l city in M a y /Ja n u a ry . W h ic h m o n th is b e s t for v isito rs 94 9.5 Video

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9.1 9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5 Review 1 a W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . P u t th e v e rb s in th e b o x in to th e c o r r e c t p la c e in th e ta b le . come fell get go had knew leave lost meet said saw write Present Past C O W lt fe ll b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . S ay th e o th e r fo rm o f e a c h v e rb - p a s t o r p re s e n t. come - came 3 a b 9.22 L is te n to A lice ta lk in g a b o u t w h a t s h e d id y e s te rd a y . U n d e rlin e th e c o r r e c t o p tio n s . 1 go to work / not go to work 2 g e t u p early / late 3 h a v e a big / small b re a k fa s t 4 cycled / walked in to th e c ity c e n tre 5 buy / not buy s h o e s 6 m e e t frie n d fo r tea / coffee 7 v is it museum / cinema 8 c o o k d i n n e r w ith daughter / sister W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . T a k e t u r n s to say th e th in g s A lic e d id y e ste rd a y . C C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s w ith a p r e s e n t o r p a s t te n s e v e rb fro m e x e rc is e s l a a n d b. 1 P r in c e s s A n n e ____________ to o u r s c h o o l in 2012 a n d o p e n e d th e n e w g y m . 2 I ____________ a b ig b r e a k f a s t e v e ry m o r n in g b e fo re I go to w o rk . 3 W e ____________ a g r e a t film o n T V la s t n ig h t. 4 I ____________ u p a t 6 a .m . e v e ry d a y a n d g o fo r a ru n . 5 W e ____________ t h e p a r ty a t a b o u t 11 p .m . la s t n ig h t. 6 I ____________ S a r a h a t a c o n f e re n c e in 2010. W e a re m a r r ie d now . 2 a i r d e j t h e c o r r e c t fo rm to c o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n s . 1 A W h e re 1 are / were y o u y e s te rd a y I d i d n t 2 see / saw y o u a t w o rk . B N o I 3am / was ill. A O h I’m s o rry to h e a r th a t. 4Do / Did y o u s e e th e d o cto r B N o I 5 dont/didnt. B u t 16 feel / felt O K now . 2 A Im s o rry Im la te . T h e b u s 7 doesnt /didnt c o m e . B B u t y o u n e v e r 8 go / went b y b u s . W h y d id y o u 9get / got th e b u s to d a y A B e c a u s e 1 1 0 lose / lost m y c a r k ey s. B O h T h a t ’s b a d lu ck . 3 A 1 1 Are / Were y o u o n h o lid a y la s t w e e k B Yes w e 1 2 are / were in S p a in . A D id y o u 1 3 hav e/ had a g o o d tim e B Yes i t 1 4 is / was a m a z in g . 1 15 have / had s o m e p h o to s h e re . D o y o u w a n t to see 9.21 L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . P ra c tis e th e c o n v e r s a tio n s in e x e rc is e 2a. 4 a P u t th e w o rd s in th e c o r r e c t o r d e r to m a k e q u e s tio n s . 1 l a s t / W h a t / d o / y o u / d i d / n i g h t 2 y o u / W h e n / le a v e / d id / s c h o o l 3 g o / to th e c in e m a / la s t / W h e n / y o u / d id 4 a t th e w e e k e n d / s p o r t / y o u / D id / p la y 5 d id / E n g lis h / W h e re a n d w h e n / firs t / s p e a k / y o u b M a tc h th e a n s w e r s to th e q u e s tio n s in e x e rc is e 4a. a It w a s a t s c h o o l te n y e a r s ag o . b N o th in g . I s ta y e d a t h o m e c I w e n t la s t w e ek . d Yes m y fr ie n d s a n d I h a d a fo o tb a ll m a tc h e I left in 2008. C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . A sk a n d a n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s in e x e rc is e 4a. G iv e a n s w e r s t h a t a r e tr u e fo r y o u . 5 a C o m p le te th is d e s c r ip tio n o f th e w e a th e r in A u c k la n d N e w Z e a la n d . Auckland has subtropical weather: its never very hot and its never very 95 ˌ1 __________ . It’s never for example. In summer its usually and the temperature is 20-24°C. In it isnt hot but it is around 18°C. In winter the temperature is 12-16°C but it is cloudy and often In it is around 18°C again but it is still rainy. 9.23 L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs .

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GOALS ■ Use going to for future plans ■ Talk about a future project Reading Grammar going to positive and negative 1 Gofundme is a w e b s ite w h e re p e o p le a s k fo r m o n e y to p a y fo r th e ir p ro je c ts . R e a d th e tw o te x ts . W h ic h p ro je c t A o r B ... 1 ra is e s m o n e y to h e lp a n im a ls 2 is a b o u t a m u s ic g ro u p to u r 3 n e e d s m o n e y fo r h o te ls a n d fo o d 4 h a s a b log 2 a L o o k a t t h e h ig h lig h te d s e n te n c e s in th e tw o te x ts . A re th e y a b o u t ... a th e p re s e n t b t h e p a s t c th e fu tu re b C o m p le te th e G r a m m a r fo c u s b o x . U se t h e h ig h lig h te d s e n te n c e s in th e te x ts to h e lp y o u . G R A M M A R FO C U S going to positve and negative We use going to + verb infinitive without to to talk about future plans. -e Grammar Reference page 13 4 3 a C o m p le te th e te x t w ith t h e c o r r e c t fo rm o f going to a n d th e w o rd in b ra c k e ts . U se c o n tr a c tio n s w h e r e p o s s ib le . Send Roxanne to Europe to sing Roxanne loves singing and next year she has a chance to go to Europe and sing. Shes going to travel around Europe w ith a music group. Theyre going to visit five cities in five different countries. The group has money fo r the flights but they cant pay fo r the hotels or food during the tour. We need 3500 for this project. Help us w ith Roxannes dream Money raised: 1875 of 3500 Walking with dogs in the Arctic Hello M y name is Shaun and next m onth Im going to travel to the Arctic. Thats right But Im not going to do this as a holiday Im going to walk 150 kilom etres w ith a group of three scientists and tw enty A rctic dogs to help an international organization fo r dogs from all over the world. Were going to visit the Brooks Range Mountains in Alaska and study the environment there. W ere also going to w rite a blog about it. Money raised: £340 o f £5000 O n O xfo rd 3000™ New places new projects 10. 1 Were going to raise £5000 + I 1 am He/She/it 2 is going to help with this project. You/we/They 3 are - I m not am not He/She/it 4 is not going to ask for money. You/we/They 5 are not I’m a u n iv e r s ity s tu d e n t. I s tu d y in te r n a tio n a l re la tio n s . 1 1____________ be a v o lu n te e r in G u a te m a la n e x t s u m m e r. M y fr ie n d a n d 12____________ jo in a g r o u p th e re . T h e g ro u p 3____________ w o rk w ith th e lo c a l p e o p le in th e m o u n ta in s . W e 4____________ b e th e r e f o r th re e w e e k s b u t w e 5_____________ n o t ta k e m o b ile p h o n e s o r c o m p u te r s w ith u s W e n e e d 2 0 0 0 f o r th is p ro je c t a n d w e 6____________ u s e th e m o n e y to p a y fo r flig h ts a n d tr a n s p o r t in th e c o u n try . b 1 0 .1 | L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs .

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10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 PRONUNCIATION going to 4 a 10.2 L is te n to s e n te n c e s 1-3. Is th e u n d e r lin e d w o rd p r o n o u n c e d /tux/ o r AW 1 S h e s g o in g to tra v e l to E u ro p e . 2 T h e y re g o in g to v is it fiv e c itie s. 3 W e re g o in g to w rite a blog. b 10.2 L is te n a g a in a n d re p e a t. 5 a W rite th r e e th in g s y o u a r e g o in g to d o a n d tw o th in g s y o u a r e n t g o in g to d o n e x t w e e k e n d . D o n ’t w rite th e m in o rd e r. visit my parents ... b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . G u e ss w h a t y o u r p a r tn e r is o r is n t g o in g to d o n e x t w e e k e n d . A You arent going to visit your parents. B False. I’ m going to visit them on Sunday morning. Vocabulary Speaking future time expressions 6 10.3 J L o o k a t th e illu s tr a tio n . L is te n a n d r e p e a t th e tim e e x p re s s io n s . 7 a W h a t a r e y o u g o in g to d o a t th e f u tu r e tim e s in e x e rc is e 6 This evening Im going to play football. b C o m p a r e y o u r s e n te n c e s w ith a p a r tn e r . A re a n y o f th e m t h e sa m e 8 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r. T a lk a b o u t y o u r p la n s for a n e d u c a tio n a l trip . S tu d e n t A t u r n to p a g e 110. S tu d e n t B t u r n to p a g e 115. READING SKILLS identifying the subject In English all verbs need a subject. The subject describes who or what does the action of the verb e.g. Roxanne likes singing. It can be one word or more than one word. • In sentences: subject + verb/auxiliary verb Martha and her husband are going to learn English. • In questions: Wh- word + auxiliary verb + subject + verb Where did Carls parents work Auxiliary verbs: have has do does did can am is are. 1 U n d e rlin e th e s u b je c ts in s e n te n c e s 1-4. A sk Who + v e rb ... q u e s tio n s to h e lp y o u id e n tify th e s u b je c t. 1 N e x t w e e k e n d m y w ife s p a r e n ts a r e g o in g to b u y a n e w c a r. Who is going to buy a new car 2 A ll m y fr ie n d s h a v e g o t la p to p s . 3 D id R o x a n n e r a is e th e m o n e y fo r h e r p ro je c t 4 N e x t m o n th th e E n g lis h d e p a r tm e n t o f th e u n iv e rs ity is g o in g to tra v e l to Italy . 2 R e a d s e n te n c e s 1-4. Is th e u n d e r lin e d s e c tio n in e a c h s e n te n c e a s u b je c t 1 W h e re a r e th e m u s ic ia n s fro m 2 T h e d a y a f te r to m o rro w m y p a r e n ts a n d m y b r o th e r a r e g o in g to v is it m e . 3 W e a r e g o in g to jo in a g ro u p o f s c ie n tis ts . 4 R e b e c c a a n d h e r fr ie n d s w a n t to v is it d iffe re n t c o u n tr ie s in th e fu tu re . 3 R e a d th e te x t a b o u t F iv e S ta r C afe. A n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s . Save FiveStar Cafe M y n a m e is J a m e s a n d I n e e d y o u r h e lp . F iv e S ta r C a fe firs t o p e n e d its d o o rs in 19 3 4 a n d it w a s a v e ry p o p u la r c a fe in th e c e n tre o f o u r to w n . It is n o w c lo s e d b u t a g ro u p o f n e ig h b o u rs a n d I w o u ld lik e to o p e n it a g a in b e c a u s e w e lo v e th is p la c e . B u t w e a re g o in g to n e e d m o n e y . 4 0 0 0 0 is o u r g o a l. W ith th is m o n e y w e a re g o in g to b u ild a n e w fr o n t fo r th e c a fe . W e a re a ls o g o in g to p a y fo r re n o v a tio n s a n d e q u ip m e n t. In e ig h t m o n th s F iv e S ta r C a fe is g o in g to o p e n to th e p u b lic a n d e v e ry o n e c a n e n jo y g re a t c o ffe e a g a in . 1 W h o n e e d s y o u r h e lp 2 W h a t d id F iv e S ta r C a fe d o in 1934 3 W h o w a n ts to o p e n th e c a fe a g a in 4 W h a t is th e ir g o al 5 W h o is g o in g to e n jo y g r e a t c o ffe e a g a in 97

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10.2 A new life GOALS ■ Ask and answer questions using going to ■ Talk about a life change Vocabulary Speaking verb phrases 2 1 a W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . M a tc h th e p h r a s e s in th e b o x to p h o to s a -f. buy a house change jobs finish school have a baby learn a new language move abroad b 10.4 L iste n c h e c k a n d re p e a t. C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . T a lk a b o u t w h a t th e p e o p le in th e p h o to s a r e g o in g to do. Theyre going to move abroad. 2 a C o m p le te p h r a s e s 1 -6 w ith v e rb s fro m e x e rc is e la . 1 learn. E n g lis h /C h in e s e 2 ____________ u n iv e rs ity 3 ____________ a f la t 4 ____________ to a n o t h e r c o u n tr y 5 ____________ a c h ild 6 ____________ s c h o o ls 3a R e a d s e n te n c e s 1 a n d 2 a n d m a tc h th e m to r e a s o n s a a n d b. 1 M y fa th e r is probably g o in g to c h a n g e jo b s . 2 M y b r o th e r is probably not g o in g to c h a n g e jo b s a H e h a te s b e in g a n e n g in e e r. b H e lo v e s h is jo b a t th e r e s ta u r a n t. b W rite th e w o rd s probably a n d probably not in th e c o r re c t p la c e o n t h e lin e . C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . A re y o u g o in g to d o a n y o f th e th in g s in e x e rc is e s 1 a n d 2 Im going to learn English. Im probably not going to buy a house. Listening Grammar and short answers going to questions 4a b 5a b c W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . H u s b a n d a n d w ife T o m a n d V ic to ria a r e g o in g to m o v e to th e M a ld iv e s . W h a t d o y o u t h i n k th e y a r e g o in g to d o th e re 10.5 L is te n to a c o n v e rs a tio n b e tw e e n T o m V ic to ria a n d th e ir fr ie n d P olly a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . 10.5 R e a d q u e s tio n s l - 6 . L iste n a g a in a n d tic k / th e q u e s tio n s P o lly a sk s. 1 W h e re a r e y o u g o in g to go 2 W h a t a r e y o u g o in g to do 3 Is T o m g o in g to c h a n g e jo b s 4 A re y o u g o in g to go w ith h e r 5 A re y o u g o in g to liv e in a h o te l 6 W h e n a r e y o u g o in g to c o m e b a c k M a tc h P o lly s q u e s tio n s in e x e rc is e 5a to a n s w e r s a - c . a N o w e a r e n ’t b Im g o in g to te a c h c Y es I a m . C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . b C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . O n Oxford 3000™ NO YES

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10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 6 C o m p le te th e G r a m m a r fo c u s b o x . U se e x e rc is e 5 to h e lp y o u . GRAMMAR FOCUS going to questions and short answers Yes/No questions and short answers Am I 1 he/she/it going to visit Thailand 2 we/you/they Wh- questions Where 6 I live When is he/she/it going to call Who 7 we/you/they see - G r a m m a r R e f e r e n c e p a g e 134 7 a P u t t h e w o rd s in th e c o r re c t o r d e r to m a k e q u e s tio n s . 1 W h e re / y o u / g o / g o in g to / a r e 2 d o / W h a t / y o u / g o in g to / a r e 3 le a v e / g o in g to / y o u / W h e n / a r e 4 g o in g to / y o u / A re / liv e th e r e / fo r a lo n g tim e 5 g o w i t h / W h o / y o u / a r e / g o i n g t o 6 y o u / b u y / A re / a / g o in g to / h o u s e th e r e b 10.6 L iste n c h e c k a n d re p e a t. 8 a I m a g in e y o u a r e g o in g to m o v e a b r o a d th is y e a r a n d c h a n g e jo b s. T h in k o f y o u r a n s w e rs to th e q u e s tio n s in e x e rc is e 7a. b W o rk in s m a ll g ro u p s . A sk a n d a n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s in e x e rc is e 7a. W h ic h c o u n tr y a n d jo b d o y o u lik e b e s t 9 a R e a d th e V o c a b u la ry fo c u s box. VOCABULARY FOCUS prepositions of time When we talk about time in English we can use different prepositions. We use ... in + months e.g. in June seasons e.g. in winter years e.g. in 2004 Also: in the afternoon in the evening __y days e.g. on Thursday on + " ....»- dates e.g. on 18th April at + --------► times e.g. at 7 oclock Also: at the weekend at night b C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s w ith in on o r at. 1 W e re y o u b o r n ___ 1995 2 W h a t is h e g o in g to d o ___ th e w e e k e n d 3 W e p la y e d t e n n i s ___ M o n d ay . 4 T h e m e e tin g i s ___ 1 0 .3 0 ____ 2 0 th July. 1 0 a R e a d th e e m a il a n d a r c l e t h e c o r re c t p re p o s itio n s . b C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 11 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . A sk a n d a n s w e r q u e s tio n s a b o u t d a te s a n d tim e s . S tu d e n t A tu r n to p a g e 111. S tu d e n t B tu r n to p a g e 115. 99 - N O Im not he/she/it isnt we/vou/thev5 + Yes I 3 he/she/it is. we/vou/thev 4 Dear Victoria Thank you for your email. I’m sorry I wasnt in the office 1 on / in / at Monday when you called. Here is the information for your journey to the Maldives 2 on / in / at May. Your flight is from London Gatwick 3 in I on I at Monday 12th May 4 on I in I at 11.30 5 at / in / on the morning. Oliver is going to email you the information about your hotel next week probably 6at / in / on Wednesday. Please send me an email if you have any problems or questions. Have a great time.

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10.3 Cafe cities GOALS ■ use would like + noun/verb ■ Talk about a cafe Reading Vocabulary cafe food 1 a R e a d th e w e b p a g e a b o u t T h e W o rld s B e st C a fe C itie s. M a tc h p a r a g r a p h s 1 -5 to p h o to s a - e . b C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . W h ic h c a fe c ity w o u ld y o u lik e to go to W h y 2 a L o o k a t th e c a fe m e n u . T ick / th e w o rd s fo r fo o d a n d d r i n k m e n tio n e d in th e a rtic le . DRINKS coffee tea apple juice orange juice w ater milk salad biscuit b 1 0 .7 I L is te n a n d r e p e a t th e w o rd s . T h e cafe is a p o p u la r pla ce to have fo o d a n d d rin k a n d to m e e t frie n d s . T hese c itie s a re fa m o u s fo r th e ir ca fe c u ltu re . T h e re a re lo ts o f ca fe s a n d som e v e ry s p e cia l cakes to try . EP Vienna Austria In Vienna people sit and talk or read the newspaper for hours in the citys beautiful cafes. The coffee is world famous and not very expensive. If you like chocolate try the special Sachertorte - its a kind of chocolate cake. M elbourne Australia Coffee in Melbourne isnt very cheap but its very good. Every year there is an international Coffee Expo there. Many people like having theAnzac biscuits with their cup of tea or coffee. E Taipei Taiwan The Taiwanese like their cafes a lot and there are new cafes everywhere. You can try many different kinds of coffees and teas here. Enjoy your drink with the traditional moa-chi a kind of rice cake with a sweet filling. EP Havana Cuba Coffee is very cheap in Cuba and its very good. Try the popular tres leches cake made with three kinds of milk. Its very popular with coffee as a snack. Seattle USA Seattle is the home of the Starbucks coffee houses but there are many other cafes here too. Try a doughnut or colourful cupcake with your coffee. ■ fillin g something you put inside a sandwich or a cake e.g. jam cheese 3 a P u t th e w o rd s in e x e rc is e 2 a in th e c o r re c t ca te g o ry . 1 F o o d /d r in k s t h a t a r e u s u a lly h o t: coffee ... 2 F o o d /d r in k s t h a t a r e u s u a lly c o ld : b 10.8 1 L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . W h a t fo o d a n d d r in k d o y o u like A sk a n d a n s w e r q u e s tio n s . A Do you like cake B Yes I do. 4 a 10.9 L is te n to th r e e c o n v e rs a tio n s . C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s w ith w o rd s fro m e x e rc is e 2 a . 1 A W h a ts a c r o q u e m o n s ie u r B It’s a k in d o f ____________ . 2 A W h a t’s th is B It’s a buhuelo. It’s a k in d o f ____________ h e r e in M exico. 3 A W h a t’s a m a c c h ia to B Its a k in d o f ____________ w i t h ____________ . b C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . D o y o u lik e a n y s p e c ia l c a k e s s a la d s o r d r in k s fro m o th e r c o u n trie s 100 O n Oxford 3000™ The World’ s Best Cafe Cities SNACKS cake croissant doughnut sandw ich

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10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 Listening Grammar w ould like 5a 1 0.1 0 L is te n to tw o p e o p le in a c a fe a n d a n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s . 1 W h a t d o th e y e a t a n d d rin k 2 W h a t c ity a r e th e y in H o w d o y o u k n o w b 10.10 L is te n a g a in . C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s . 1 I’d lik e t o ____________ s o m e d e s s e rt. 2 A W o u ld y o u lik e a ____________ to o B N o th a n k s . 3 Id lik e t h e ____________ a n d a c u p o f te a . 4 A W o u ld y o u lik e to o rd e r B Y e s____________ . 6 C o m p le te th e G r a m m a r fo c u s b o x . U se th e s e n te n c e s in e x e rc is e 5b to h e lp y o u . GRAMMAR FOCUS would like When we ask for things we use would like + ... 1 noun e.g. Id like a sandwich. 2 to + verb e.g. Would you like to order - » G r a m m a r R e f e r e n c e p a g e 135 7 a W rite s e n te n c e s a n d q u e s tio n s w ith would like. U se c o n tr a c tio n s w h e re p o s s ib le . 1 I / o r d e r n o w . Id like to order viow. 2 y o u / tr y th e ca k e 3 y o u / s e e th e m e n u 4 w e / a n o r a n g e ju ic e . 5 y o u / m ilk w ith y o u r co ffee 6 s h e / a s a la d p le a se . b C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . PRONUNCIATION silent letters 8 a 1 0 .1 1 j E a c h w o rd in th e b o x h a s o n e o r tw o sile n t le tte rs th ey a r e n o t p r o n o u n c e d . L is te n a n d c irc le th e s ile n t le tte rs. lisE jan answer sandwich juice doughnut would biscuit write C P r a c tis e s e n te n c e s 1 -3 w ith a p a r tn e r . 1 W o u ld y o u lik e a d o u g h n u t o r a b is c u it 2 L is te n a n d w r ite y o u r a n s w e r to t h e q u e s tio n . 3 T o d a y s s p e c ia l is a s a n d w ic h a n d ju ic e . 9 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . L o o k a t th e m e n u in e x e rc is e 2 . A sk a n d a n s w e r q u e s tio n s a b o u t th e fo o d y o u ’d lik e /d o n t w a n t. A Would you like a ... B Yes please. LISTENING SKILLS identifying words in connected speech b 2 a 10.13 L is te n a n d w rite th e n u m b e r o f w o rd s y o u h e a r. A c o n tr a c tio n e.g. He’ s is o n e w o rd . 1 ___ 2 ___ 3 ___ 4 ___ b 10.13 L is te n a g a in a n d c o m p le te th e im p o r ta n t w o rd s in ite m s 1-4. 1 ____________ w o u ld y o u _____________ 2 W o u ld y o u lik e t o ____________ 3 ____________ w o u ld y o u lik e t o _____________ 4 W ed lik e a ____________ f o r _____________. C C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 3 a 10.14 j L o o k a t th e im p o r ta n t w o rd s in th is c o n v e rs a tio n . L is te n a n d c o m p le te th e g a p s. b P r a c tis e th e c o n v e rs a tio n w ith a p a r tn e r . S tre s s th e m o re im p o r ta n t w o rd s . 10.12 j L is te n to ite m s 1-3. N o tic e h o w w o rd s a re c o n n e c te d . 1 I’ d like a cake. 2 Would you like a drink • • 3 When does it open 1 0 .1 2 L is te n a g a in a n d re p e a t. b 10.11 L is te n a g a in a n d re p e a t. © VOX P O P S VIDEO 10 101 People often join words together when they speak. Sometimes three or four words sound like one word. The most important words in the sentence are stressed more. 1a + l/You/We/They He/She/it 1 would like to order. 2 l/you/we/they he/she/it like a drink Answers Yes3 _________. / No4_________. A W h e r e 1____________ 2_____________3_____________ 4____________go B 5____________ 6_____________k n o w . You A W e ll7___________ 8_____________ 9_____________ d r i n k . 10____________ 11_____________c a fe 12___________ 13_____________ 14____________ sch o o l. B O K 15____________ 16_____________g o o d id e a .

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10.4 Speaking and writing GOALS ■ O rder fo o d and d rin k ■ W rite in v ita tio n s and th a n k you notes 1 L o o k a t p h o to s a -c . D o y o u e a t a t th e s e p lace s W h y /W h y not I alw ays/ often / usually/ sometimes / never eat in the street. 2 a 10.15 L is te n to t h r e e c o n v e rs a tio n s a n d m a tc h th e m to p h o to s a - c . b 10.15 | L isten a g a in . T ick / th e s e n te n c e s th e c u s to m e r says. 1 C a n I ta k e y o u r o rd e r 2 S m a ll o r larg e 3 L a rg e p le a s e . 4 A n y th in g e lse 5 N o th a n k s t h a ts all. 6 H e re y o u a re . 7 C a n w e h a v e th e b ill p le a s e C 10.16 L is te n a n d r e p e a t t h e p h r a s e s in e x e rc is e 2 b . 3 a W h ic h p h r a s e in e a c h p a i r 1 -4 is m o re fo rm a l F a n d w h ic h is m o re in f o r m a l I 1 a A n y th in g e lse I b W o u ld y o u lik e a n y th in g e lse F 2 a C a n w e h a v e th e b ill p le a s e b T h e b ill p le a s e . 3 a S a la d b W o u ld y o u lik e a s a la d 4 a C a n I h a v e a la rg e h o td o g p le a s e b A la rg e h o td o g p le a s e . b C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 4 a R e a d th e L a n g u a g e fo r s p e a k in g b o x . LANGUAGE FOR SPEAKING ordering food Waiter Customer What would you like What can I get you Small or large Anything else Here you are. A sandwich please. Can 1 have a sandwich please Id like... Just the juice. Can we have the bill please b W o rk in g r o u p s o f th r e e . H a v e s im ila r c o n v e rs a tio n s to th e o n e s in ex e rcise 2 . Tw o o f y o u a re c u s to m e rs th e th ir d p e rs o n s e r v e s th e fo o d . C h o o s e w h e re y o u a r e - a t a r e s ta u r a n t a fa st fo o d r e s ta u r a n t o r in th e s tre e t. C P r e s e n t y o u r c o n v e rs a tio n to th e c la ss. 5 10.17 R e a d th e Understanding... b o x a n d lis te n to th e e x a m p le s . UNDERSTANDING... different voices People can sound very different when they speak. This is because of: • age young/old • gender male/female • speed fast/slow • mood happy/sad • accent foreign British American Australian etc. A Can I take your order B A large burger some chips and a cup of coffee please. 102 Listening Speaking ordering food and drink at a restaurant at a fast food restaurant I in the street

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10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 6 a 1 0 . 1 8 L is te n to t h r e e s p e a k e rs A -C sa y s e n te n c e s 1-4. W h ic h s p e a k e r s a y s s o m e th in g d iffe re n t M a rk w ith a n X. A B C 1 What would you like to order 2 Can ı have a large coffee please 3 Would you like a sandwich 4 The cafes going to close at four forty-five. b 1 0 . 1 8 L is te n a g a in . W rite th e s e n te n c e th a t is d iffe re n t. C C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . Reading Writing invitations and thank- you notes 7 R e a d th e in v ita tio n s . W h ic h in v ita tio n i s ... 1 fro m a m a r r ie d c o u p le 2 fo r to d a y 3 fo r a n in f o r m a l m e a l 9 a R e a d th e L a n g u a g e fo r w r itin g b o x . LANGUAGE FOR WRITING invitations and thank- you notes Invitations Thank you notes Please join us fo r... Would you like to come to... Can you come to ... Thank you very much for the invitation. Thanks Sounds great. Id love to come. Yes ı can come. Im so sorry but 1 cant come because... b C o m p le te p h r a s e s 1-4. 1 T h a n k y o u ____________ m u c h fo r th e in v ita tio n . 2 C a n y o u ____________ to m y b ir th d a y p a r ty th is F rid a y 3 T h a n k s b u t I c a n ’t c o m e ____________ I h a v e E n g lis h c la ss. 4 It’s th e e n d o f th e y e a r. P le a s e ____________ u s fo r a p a r ty a t th e office. Hi Emer We’re going to be at the cafe in the park this afternoon. Can you come 10:17 Hi there Betty. How are things Would you like to come to my house for dinner on Friday night Id love to see you again. Love Katie. 8 R ead th a n k y o u n o te s 1-3 a n d m a tc h th e m to in v ita tio n s a -c . 1 T h a n k s Yes I c a n c o m e . S e e y o u F rid ay 2 T h a n k y o u v e ry m u c h fo r th e in v ita tio n . Im so so rry b u t w e c a n ’t c o m e . W e re g o in g to s e e o u r s o n in M ex ico o n th e 1 0 th . H a v e a g o o d tim e . 3 T h a n k s - s o u n d s g re a t b u t I c a n t c o m e to d a y b e c a u s e I h a v e w o rk . S o rry C C o m p a re y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 1 0 a C h o o s e o n e o f t h e s itu a tio n s a - d a n d w r ite a n in v ita tio n . U se th e L a n g u a g e fo r w ritin g b o x to h e lp y o u . a a n in f o r m a l c la s s p a r ty b a fo rm a l d in n e r p a r ty c a m e e tin g a t a c a fe d a c o n c e rt b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . S w a p y o u r in v ita tio n s . D e c id e if you c a n g o o r n o t. T h e n w rite a t h a n k y o u n o te a n d say yes o r no to th e in v ita tio n . 103 It is our 20th wedding anniversary Please join us fo r a BBQ and pool party at the Orange Inn Miami on Sunday 12th July at 1.30 p.m.

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10.5 Video A New York cafe 1 M a tc h s e n te n c e s 1 -4 to th e p h o to s . T h e r e is o n e e x tra s e n te n c e . 1 T h is c u s to m e r a lw a y s b u y s c o ffe e to ta k e aw ay. 2 T h e s p e c ia l s n a c k is a k in d o f p a s try . 3 T h e r e a r e n t a n y s n a c k s o n th e sh e lv e s. 4 T h e o w n e r a n d e m p lo y e e a r e in th e sh o p . 2 O W a tc h th e v id e o a b o u t t h e F ro g s C ro w n C a fe in N ew Y ork. W h ic h o f th e s e th in g s d o y o u see l a c o ffe e m a c h in e 6 c a k e s 2 m ilk 7 a n o r a n g e ju ic e 3 a c r o is s a n t 8 a p a p e r b a g 4 c o ffe e w ith ice 9 a h o t p a s tr y 5 w a te r 10 a s m a ll s a la d 3 O W a tc h th e v id e o a g a in a n d c h o o s e t h e c o r r e c t o p tio n s to c o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s . 1 T h e o w n e r o f th e F ro g s C ro w n C afe is fro m Venezuela / Columbia / Brazil. 2 K rik o r o p e n e d h is c a fe six years / three years / three weeks ag o . 3 R o cio is K irk o r’s boss / employee / owner. 4 A t 7 a .m . the cafe opens / they have a break / the customers arrive. 5 A t a r o u n d te n o ’c lo c k K rik o r a n d R o c io have a coffee / have breakfast / m ake pastries. 6 T h e c a fe is fa m o u s fo r a ty p ic a l k in d o f p a s tr y w ith m eal cheese and vegetables / fish and vegetables / vegetables and cheese. 7 T h e c a fe is v e ry b u s y before 7 a.m. / at around 10 a.m. / after lunch. 8 T h e F ro g ’s C ro w n is p o p u la r w ith tourists / locals / tourists and locals. 4 a W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . T h in k o f a c a fe t h a t y o u k n o w . A n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s b elo w . • W h a t’s t h e n a m e o f th e cafe • W h e re is it • W h a t tim e d o e s it o p e n • W h a t d o p e o p le b u y th e re • Is th e r e a s p e c ia l fo o d o r d r in k th e re W h a t is it b W o rk w ith a n o th e r p a r tn e r . T ell e a c h o th e r a b o u t y o u r cafe. W o u ld y o u lik e to v is it y o u r p a r tn e r s ca fe W h y /W h y n o t 104

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10.1 10.2 10.3 10.4 10.5 Review 4 a I r c i e th e c o r re c t p re p o s itio n . 1 T h e flig h t to V ie n n a is in / o n / a t 12.15. 2 T h e c o o k in g c la s s is in / o n / at T u e s d a y a n d S a tu rd a y . 3 T h e n e w c a fe o p e n s in / o n / at July. 4 H is b ir th d a y is in / o n /a t 2 0 th S e p te m b e r. 5 T h e y re g o in g to v is it th e ir so n in / o n / at th e a fte rn o o n . tom orrow next year in six weeks this evening the day after tom orrow next month 2 a P u t th e w o rd in b ra c k e ts in th e c o r r e c t p la c e in th e s e n te n c e . 1 N e x t y e a r Im g o in g s tu d y E n g lis h to 2 W e re g o in g to h a v e a n e x a m th e d a y to m o rro w a fte r 3 I’m g o in g to s o m e f r ie n d s th is e v e n in g see 4 I’m g o in g to c o m e to E n g lis h c la s s to m o rro w n o t 5 I’m g o in g to s e e m y fa m ily w e e k e n d n e x t 6 M y E n g lis h c la s s g o in g to w a tc h a film i n E n g lis h th is y e a r is b C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . M a k e th e s e n te n c e s in e x e rc is e 2 a tr u e fo r y o u . Next month Im going to study English./Next year I ’ m going to study Spanish. 3 a C o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n w ith th e w o rd s in th e b o x . buy change finish move visit work A G u e ss w h a t M ic h a e l a n d S a ra a r e g o in g to 1___________ to C h icag o B R eally W h e n A In M ay. S a ra is g o in g to 2____________ u n iv e r s ity a n d t h e n th e y r e g o in g to leav e. B Is M ic h a e l g o in g to 3____________ jo b s A N o h e is n ’t. H e ’s g o in g to 4____________ fro m h o m e . T h e y r e g o in g to 5____________ a h o u s e to o . B T h a ts g r e a t n e w s . A re y o u g o in g to 6____________ th e m b 10.19 L is te n a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . C W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . H a v e a s im ila r c o n v e rs a tio n a b o u t o n e o f th e s itu a tio n s . 1 A frie n d is g o in g to h a v e a b a b y . 2 A frie n d is g o in g to m o v e a b r o a d . 3 A frie n d is g o in g to c h a n g e jo b s. b 10.20 L is te n to five c o n v e rs a tio n s a n d c h e c k y o u r a n s w e rs . 5 C o m p le te th e m e n u w ith fo o d a n d d r in k w o rd s . 1 S m a ll o r la rg e 2 W o u ld y o u lik e a co ffee 3 W o u ld y o u lik e a n y th in g else 4 W h a t w o u ld y o u lik e to d rin k 5 C a n w e h a v e th e b ill p le a se a Y es p le a s e . W ith m ilk p le a s e b N o t h a n k y o u . c A te a p le a s e d L a rg e p le a se e H e re y o u a re . b W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . T a k e t u r n s to o r d e r fo o d a n d d r in k u s in g th e m e n u in e x e rc is e 5. 105 N O W TH E FU TU R E 1 P u t th e w o rd s in th e b o x in th e c o r re c t o r d e r o n t h e lin e . 6 a M a tc h q u e s tio n s 1 -5 to a n s w e r s a - e .

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Student A 2.2 Exercise 9 Student A 1.2 Exercise 10 W o rk w ith S tu d e n t B. T ak e t u r n s to a s k a n d a n s w e r q u e s tio n s a b o u t w h e re y o u a r e fro m . U s e c itie s a n d c o u n tr ie s 1-4. A Where are you from B Im from Indonesia. A Where in Indonesia B Im from Jakarta. 1 J a k a rta In d o n e s ia 2 K yoto J a p a n 3 S ao P ao lo B raz il 4 M o sco w R u ssia Student A 1.3 Exercise 4 a S ay th e le tte rs to y o u r p a r tn e r . 1 U N 2 D V D 3 FBI 4 DIY b L is te n to S tu d e n t B. W rite th e le tte rs y o u h e a r. C W o rk w ith S tu d e n t B. W h a t d o th e le tte rs m e a n 1 W o rk w ith S tu d e n t B. L o o k a t p h o to s 1-3 a n d a s k q u e s tio n s to g u e s s th e jo b s a n d th e c o u n trie s . 2 L o o k a t p h o to s 4 - 6 a n d th e in f o r m a tio n . A n s w e r S tu d e n t B s q u e s tio n s . 4 Z h e n g te a c h e r C h in a 5 M a r in a e n g in e e r S p a in 6 A d a m a n d P h y llis n u r s e s UI 106 Communication A Is Lina a nurse B No she isn’t. 1 L in a J o b _____________ C o u n t r y _____________ 2 S te v e a n d N a ta s h a J o b _____________ C o u n t r y _____________ 3 J a s o n J o b _____________ C o u n t r y ______________

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All Students 3.1 Exercise 5 1 L o o k a t th e illu s tr a tio n fo r o n e m in u te . C lo se y o u r b o o k a n d w rite a ll th e o b je c ts a n d p e o p le y o u re m e m b e r. W rite th e n u m b e r s to o . t h r e e bags ... 2 C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 3 L o o k a t th e illu s tr a tio n a g a in a n d c h e c k . W h o h a s g o t th e m o s t c o r re c t a n s w e rs Student A 4.2 Exercise 8 R e a d th e in f o r m a tio n a b o u t S u n -H e e . I live in Sydney in Australia. I work in a hospital there. I really like my journey to work. About 60 of people in Sydney drive to work. I dont drive. N a m e : R a c h n a B h a tn a g a r J o b : S a le s D ir e c to r H o m e : T riv a n d ru m In d ia F a m ily : M a r r ie d w it h fiv e c h ild re n D a ily a c t i v it ie s : • g e t u p ............................................................................ 5 .3 0 a .m . • h a v e a s h o w e r ...........................................................6.15 a .m . • g o t o w o r k .............................................................................. 7.15 a .m . • s t a r t w o r k ................................................................... 7 .3 0 a .m . • fin is h w o r k ................................................................................... 5 p .m . • g e t h o m e ......................................................................5.15 p .m . • c o o k d i n n e r .................................................................................6 p .m . • re a d a b o o k ................................................................................. 9 p .m . • g o t o b e d ....................................................................................10 p .m . • a t w e e k e n d s : • h a v e d in n e r w it h fr ie n d s • g o t o th e b e a c h w it h fa m ily b T ell y o u r p a r tn e r a b o u t R a c h n a B h a tn a g a r. Rachna Bhatnagar is a Sales Director... C L is te n to S tu d e n t B ta lk in g a b o u t M a r to n S z e n tk ird ly i. W rite w h a t h e d o e s a t th e s e tim e s . 6.45 a.m. 6.30 p.m. 8 p.m. 11 p.m. Student A 4.4 Exercise 5 1 Y ou h a v e £ 2 0 to s p e n d in a s u p e r m a r k e t. A sk S tu d e n t B th e p ric e of: 1 p e n s 2 a b o o k 3 a p p le s 4 a n u m b r e lla 5 v ita m in s How much is this... How much are these... 2 L isten a n d a n s w e r S tu d e n t B ’s q u e s tio n s . 1 a p iz z a 4.50 2 D V D s 5 .3 5 fo r 20 D V D s 3 a p p le s 2 .2 0 p e r k ilo 4 a p e n 2.49 5 a n o te p a d 3.89 Its... Theyre... 108 Student A 4.3 Exercise 6 a R e a d th e p ro f ile o f R a c h n a B h a tn a g a r.

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COMMUNICATION Student A 5.2 Exercise 8 Student A 5.4 Exercise 5b 1 L o o k a t B u ild in g A. A sk S tu d e n t B q u e s tio n s to c o m p le te t h e in f o r m a tio n a b o u t th e b u ild in g . Building A N a m e :1 ___________________ W h e re :2 ___________________ W h a t:3 ___________________ Why its interesting: 4___________________ Opening tim e s :5 ___________________ 2 L is te n a n d a n s w e r S tu d e n t B s q u e s tio n s a b o u t B u ild in g B. ■ s tra ig h t lin e s not 1 Y ou a r e a t M e x ic o C ity a ir p o r t. Y ou w a n t to tra v e l to P u e b la b y b u s . S tu d e n t B w o rk s a t th e in f o r m a tio n d e s k . A sk q u e s tio n s to c o m p le te th e ta b le . M exico C ity A irp o rt to Puebla Bus leaves a t ... How much ... Buy tic k e t a t ... 2 Y ou w o rk a t t h e t r a i n s ta tio n in K o b le n z G e rm a n y . A n s w e r S tu d e n t B ’s q u e s tio n s w ith th e in f o r m a tio n in t h e ta b le . Koblenz to Bingen Train leaves a t ... How much ... Buy tic k e t a t ... 9.53 a.m. €13 ticket machines 10.26 a.m. 11.05 a.m. student A 6 . 2 Exercise 4 1 L o o k a t th e fa c ilitie s o f th e V 8 H o te l. 2 T ell S tu d e n t B a b o u t th e fa c ilitie s in th e h o te l. The V8 Hotel has got forty-nine rooms with free W i-fi.... 3 L is te n to S tu d e n t B ta lk in g a b o u t a n o th e r h o te l. 4 W h ic h h o te l is b e s t fo r s o m e o n e ... 1 o n a b u s in e s s trip 2 o n h o lid a y w ith fa m ily 109 Building B • fo rty-n in e rooms S • sw im m ing pool X • fre e W i-fi V • re stau ra n t S • safe y • room service S • a ctivitie s X • fre e car park S • fitn e s s centre w ith gym S • fre e classic car museum n ext door S V8 H otel facilities Name: Heydar Aliyev Center Where: Baku Azerbaijan What: a museum library and cultural centre concerts exhibitions conferences in teresting because: amazing design by Iraqi-British architect zaha Hadid the design doesnt have any straight lines Opening tim es: 10.00 a.m.-11.30 p.m.

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Student A 8.2 Exercise 4 _ Student A 8.3 Exercise 9 1 T ell S tu d e n t B a b o u t th e s e p e o p le . M AH ATM A G AN D H I p o litic a l le a d e r India 1 8 6 9 -1 9 4 8 COCO C H AN EL fa s h io n d e s ig n e r F ra n ce 1883-1971 1 W rite a s h o r t s to r y u p to th i r t y w o rd s a b o u t th is p h o to . S ay w h a t h a p p e n e d w h e re a n d w h e n . U se th e s e w o rd s in y o u r s to ry : safari lion friendly. S ta r t w ith : We were on safari in Tanzania last winter.... 2 S h o w S tu d e n t B y o u r p h o to a n d te ll y o u r sto ry . 2 L is te n to S tu d e n t B a n d c o m p le te th e in f o r m a tio n a b o u t th e s e p e o p le . MAYA ANG ELO U C o u n t r y : _________________ Job: _______________________ W a s b o r n : ________________ D ie d :_____________________ OSCAR NIEMEYER C o u n t r y : _________________ Job: _______________________ W a s b o r n : ________________ D ie d :_____________________ 3 L is te n to S tu d e n t B ’s sto ry . Student A 9.4 Exercise 7 1 W o rk w ith S tu d e n t B. A sk th e m a b o u t th e w e a th e r y e ste rd a y . 2 T ell S tu d e n t B a b o u t t h e w e a th e r fo r y o u r h o lid a y in P o la n d la s t w e e k . S ta rt w ith : On Monday it w as... Student A 10.1 Exercise 8 1 R e a d th e s itu a tio n . Your school raised some money for an educational trip for the English class. You have a plan on how to spend the money. 2 W o rk w ith a n o th e r S tu d e n t A. M a k e s e n te n c e s w ith going to a n d th e p r o m p ts . A d d m o re in f o r m a tio n to m a k e th e tr ip in te re s tin g . • travel to Washington DC USA • stay in a hotel • visit the Smithsonian museum • eat typical American food • see an American football game We are going to travel t o ... 3 W o rk w ith S tu d e n t B. T a k e t u r n s to r e a d y o u r s e n te n c e s . W h ic h tr ip d o y o u lik e b e tte r 110

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COMMUNICATION Student A 1 0 . 2 Exercise 11 Student B 2.2 Exercise 9 1 A n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s a b o u t y o u . You Your partner 1 w hat time do you usually get up 2 When do you have your holiday 3 Whens your birthday 4 When did you finish school 2 A sk S tu d e n t B th e q u e s tio n s a n d w rite th e ir a n s w e r s in th e Your partner c o lu m n . A What time do you usually get up B At six oclock. 3 W o rk w ith a n o th e r p a r tn e r . T ell th e m a b o u t S tu d e n t B. Wayne usually gets up a t ... Student B 1.2 Exercise 10 W o rk w ith S tu d e n t A. T a k e t u r n s to a s k a n d a n s w e r q u e s tio n s a b o u t w h e re y o u a r e fro m . U se c itie s a n d c o u n tr ie s 1-4. A Where are you from B Im from Turkey. A Where in Turkey B Im from Izmir. 1 Iz m ir T u rk e y 2 B e n g lo u C h in a 3 S e v ille S p a in 4 A d e la id e A u s tra lia Student B 1.3 Exercise 4 a L is te n to S tu d e n t A. W rite t h e le tte rs y o u h e a r. b S ay t h e le tte r s to y o u r p a r tn e r . 1 GB 2 EU 3 FYI 4 DOB C W o rk w ith S tu d e n t A. W h a t d o th e le tte rs m e a n 1 L o o k a t p h o to s 1 -3 a n d th e in f o r m a tio n . A n s w e r S tu d e n t As q u e s tio n s . 1 Z h e n g lo b C o u n tr y 2 M a r in a Job C o u n tr y 3 A d a m a n d P h y llis Job C o u n tr y 2 W o rk w ith S tu d e n t A . L o o k a t p h o to s 4 - 6 a n d a s k q u e s tio n s to g u e s s th e jo b s a n d th e c o u n tr ie s . 4 L in a s h o p a s s is ta n t In d o n e s ia 5 S te v e a n d N a ta s h a w a ite rs A u s tra lia 6 J a s o n ta x i d riv e r USA 111 A Is Zheng a student B No he isn’t.

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COMMUNICATION Student B 4.2 Exercise 8 Student B 5.2 Exercise 8 R e a d th e in f o r m a tio n a b o u t S u n -H e e . L is te n a n d a n s w e r S tu d e n t As q u e s tio n s a b o u t B u ild in g A. ı go to work by ferry. They go across the river every thirty minutes. I read a book on the ferry. Then l walk to the hospital from the ferry. My journey is forty-five minutes. Student B 4.3 Exercise 6 a R e a d th e p ro file o f M a r to n S z e n tk ira ly i. Name: Royal Ontario Museum Where: Toronto Canada What: an art science and history museum - art design and clothing collections dinosaurs fossils etc. interesting because: old and new architecture it is great for children Opening tim es: 10.00 a.m.-5.30 p.m. ■ fossil Building A 2 L o o k a t B u ild in g B. A sk S tu d e n t A q u e s tio n s to c o m p le te th e in f o r m a tio n a b o u t th e b u ild in g . b L is te n to S tu d e n t A ta lk in g a b o u t R a c h n a B h a tn a g a r. W rite w h a t s h e d o e s a t th e s e tim e s . 6.15 a.m 7.30 a.m. 5.15 p.m. 9 p.m. C Tell y o u r p a r tn e r a b o u t M a rto n S zen tk iraly i. Marton Szentkiralyi is a Marketing Director... Student B 4.4 Exercise 5 1 L iste n a n d a n s w e r S tu d e n t As q u e s tio n s . 1 p e n s £ 6 .9 9 fo r th r e e p e n s 4 a n u m b r e lla £ 3 .9 9 2 a b o o k £ 5 .6 9 5 v ita m in s £6.89 3 a p p le s £2 .5 9 p e r b a g Its... Theyre... 2 Y ou h a v e 20 to s p e n d in a s u p e r m a r k e t. A sk S tu d e n t A t h e p r ic e of: 1 a p iz z a 3 a p p le s 5 a n o te p a d 2 D V D s 4 a p e n How much is this... How much are these... N a m e :1 ___________________ Where: 2 ___________________ W h a t:3 ___________________ Why its interesting: 4___________________ Opening tim e s :5 ___________________ 113 Name: M a r to n S z e n tk ira ly i Job: M a r k e tin g D ir e c to r Home: D e b re c e n H u n g a ry Family: M a r rie d th r e e c h ild re n Daily activities: • g e t u p .............................................................................6.15 a.m . • c h e c k e m a ils ..............................................................6 .4 5 a .m . • g o t o w o r k ................................................................... 7 .3 0 a.m . • s t a r t w o r k .................................................................................... 8 a .m . • f in is h w o r k ................................................................. 6 .3 0 p .m . • g e t h o m e .......................................................................................7 p .m . • h a v e d in n e r w ith f a m i l y .......................................7.30 p.m . • p la y w ith c h ild r e n .................................................................... 8 p .m . • g o t o b e d .................................................................................... 11 p .m . • a t w e e k e n d s : • w a tc h film s w it h fa m ily Building B

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Student B 5.4 Exercise 5b 1 Y ou w o rk a t th e b u s s ta tio n in M e x ic o C ity. A n s w e r S tu d e n t As q u e s tio n s w ith th e in f o r m a tio n in t h e ta b le . Student B 8.2 Exercise 4 1 L is te n to S tu d e n t A a n d c o m p le te th e in f o r m a tio n a b o u t th e s e p e o p le . M exico C ity A irp o rt to Puebla Bus leaves a t ... How m uch ... Buy tic k e t a t ... every hour 10 for a single ticket ticket office in airport 2 Y ou a r e in K o b le n z s ta tio n in G e rm a n y . Y ou w a n t to tra v e l to B in g e n b y tr a in . S tu d e n t A w o rk s a t th e in f o r m a tio n d e s k . A sk q u e s tio n s to c o m p le te th e ta b le . Koblenz to Bingen Train leaves a t ... How much ... Buy tic k e t a t ... Student B 6.2 Exercise 4 1 L is te n to S tu d e n t A ta lk in g a b o u t th e fa c ilitie s o f a h o te l. 2 L o o k a t th e fa c ilitie s o f th e M a g ic M o u n ta in H o te l. M A H A TM A G A N D H I C o u n t r y : _________________ Job: ______________________ W a s b o r n :________________ D ie d : _____________________ COCO C H AN EL C o u n t r y : _________________ Job: _______________________ W a s b o r n : ________________ D ie d : _____________________ 2 T ell S tu d e n t A a b o u t th e s e p e o p le . MAYA AN G ELO U w r ite r U S A 1 9 2 8 -2 0 1 4 OSCAR NIEMEYER a rc h ite c t B ra z il 1 9 0 7 -2 0 1 2 3 T ell S tu d e n t A a b o u t th e fa c ilitie s in t h e h o te l. The Magic Mountain Hotel has got twelve rooms. It has a lovely restaurant and breakfast is free. ... 4 1 1 4 W h ic h h o te l is b e s t fo r s o m e o n e ... 1 o n a b u s in e s s trip 2 o n h o lid a y Magic M ountain Hotel • tw e lve rooms S • sw im m ing pool and spa S • air conditioning X • to w e ls S • re sta u ra n t / • a c tiv itie s -w a lk in g • fre e b re akfa st S kayaking fishing / • gym X • car park X

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COMMUNICATION S tu d e n t B 8.3 Exercise S tu d e n tB 10.1 Exercise 8 1 W rite a s h o r t s to r y u p to t h i r t y w o rd s a b o u t th is p h o to . S ay w h a t h a p p e n e d w h e re a n d w h e n . U se th e s e w o rd s in y o u r sto ry : holiday cycle difficult. S ta rt w ith : / was on holiday in Austria last summer... 2 L is te n to S tu d e n t A’s sto ry . 3 S h o w S tu d e n t A y o u r p h o to a n d te ll y o u r sto ry . S tu d e n t B 9.4 Exercise 7 1 W o rk w ith S tu d e n t A. T ell th e m a b o u t th e w e a th e r y esterd ay . S ta rt w ith : In the morning it w as... 1 R e a d th e s itu a tio n . y n Your school raised some money for an educational trip for the English class. You have a plan on how to spend the money. 2 W o rk w ith a n o th e r S tu d e n t B. M a k e s e n te n c e s w ith going to a n d th e p r o m p ts . A d d m o re in f o r m a tio n to m a k e th e tr ip in te r e s tin g . • travel to Oxford England • stay w ith English-speaking families • visit Oxford University • see a concert • eat typical English food We are going to travel to ... 3 W o rk w ith S tu d e n t A. T a k e t u r n s to r e a d y o u r s e n te n c e s . W h ic h tr ip d o y o u lik e b e tte r _ Student B 10.2 Exercise 11 1 A n s w e r th e q u e s tio n s a b o u t y o u . YOU Y our p a r tn e r 1 What time do you usually go to bed 2 When is your best friends birthday 3 When did you start school 4 when do you like to go shopping 2 A sk S tu d e n t A th e q u e s tio n s a n d w rite th e ir a n s w e r s in th e Your partner c o lu m n . A What time do you usually go to bed B At 10 o’ clock. 2 A sk S tu d e n t A a b o u t th e w e a th e r fo r th e ir h o lid a y in P o la n d la s t w e e k . 3 W o rk w ith a n o th e r p a r tn e r . T ell th e m a b o u t S tu d e n t A. Leila usually goes to bed a t ... 115

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1.1 Verb be l/you G R1.1 1 Im Helena. 2 Im not here on holiday. 3 A Are you here to study B Yes I am. Positive + I m am Mario. here on business. Y O U re are Laura. here to study. Negative - I m am not Lee. here on holiday. Mila. here to study. Y O U Ye are Yes/No questions Short answers Are you here to study Mario Yes l am. No Im not. No l am not. We use the verb be ... • to say our name e.g. Im Sara. • with here e.g. Im here on holiday. Im not here to study. Contractions + / am Im - / am not Im not you are youre you are not youre not/you arent But: Yes l am. NOT Yes Im. We use a capital letter for /. Hi Im Jean. NOT Hi im Joan. 1 R e w rite t h e s e n te n c e s w ith c o n tra c tio n s . 1 I a m D e m i r . I ’ m D e m in ___________ 2 I a m h e r e o n h o lid a y ________________________ 3 Y ou a r e h e r e to s tu d y . ________________________ 4 Y ou a r e n o t h e r e o n h o lid a y . ________________________ 2 R e w rite th e s e n te n c e s to m a k e th e m n e g a tiv e . 1 I’m S e u n g h e e . I ’ m not 5 e u n jh .e e ._______ 2 Im h e r e o n b u s in e s s . ____________________________ 3 Y ou’re h e r e o n h o lid a y . ____________________________ 4 Y o u re S a u d . ____________________________ 3 P u t th e w o rd s in th e c o r r e c t o r d e r to m a k e s e n te n c e s a n d q u e s tio n s . 1 A h m e d / I’m / H i . Hi. Im Ahmed________ 2 y o u / A re / S e rin a ____________________________ 3 o n / h e r e / Im / h o lid a y . ____________________________ 4 y o u / to / A re / h e r e / s tu d y ____________________________ 5 I / Y es / a m . ____________________________ 4 C o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n w ith am o r are. U se c o n tr a c tio n s w h e re p o s s ib le . P e te r H i 1 1 m P e t e r .2____________ y o u K a rin a K a r in a Yes I 3____________ . N ic e to m e e t y o u . 4____________ y o u h e r e o n b u s in e s s P e te r N o 1 5____________ n o t. 1 6_____________h e r e to s tu d y .7____________ y o u h e r e o n b u s in e s s K a r in a N o 1 8____________ h e r e o n h o lid a y . P e te r O h t h a t ’s n ic e . 1 .2 Verb be we/you GR1.2 1 Were from Delhi. 2 Were not from Angola. 3 A Are you from Spain B Yes we are. Positive + We/You re are from Russia here to study. Negative - We/You re are not from Tokyo here on business. Yes/No questions Short answers Are you from Brazil Yes we are. No we arent. No we are not. 116 Grammar reference

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GRAMMAR REFERENCE • W e use th e v e rb to be to ta lk a b o u t w h e re w e a re fro m . Im from Madrid. Were from Dubai. Contractions + we are were you are y o u re - we are not we’re not/we arent you are not youre not/you arent B ut: Yes we are. NOT Ye s r w e ite r 1 C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s a n d q u e s tio n s . U se c o n tr a c tio n s w h e re p o s s ib le . 2 C o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n s . 1 S p a in /V a le n c ia A A re you from Spain_________________________________ B Yes I am . A Where in Spain______________________________________ B Valencia______________________________________________ . 2 I n d o n e s ia /B a n d u n g A _____________________________________________________________ B ________________________________________________________ . A ________________________________________________________ B ________________________________________________________ . 3 A u s tr a lia /B r is b a n e A ________________________________________________________ B ________________________________________________________ . A ________________________________________________________ B ________________________________________________________ . 1.3 Question words G R 1 .3 1 A Whats y o u r p h o n e n u m b e r B ItS 0 2 0 7946 044 3 . 2 A where a re y o u fro m b B angalore. 3 A How d o y o u s p e ll y o u r nam e B E-M -E-L. • W e use d iffe re n t q u e s tio n w o rd s fo r d iffe re n t ty p e s o f in fo rm a tio n . • what - to ask a b o u t th in g s a n d p eople e.g. Whats your name • Where - to a sk a b o u t a p la ce e.g. Where are you from • How - to a s k a b o u t th e w a y w e d o s o m e th in g e.g. How do you spell your name • To m a ke Wh- q u e s tio n s w ith to be w e use ... Q u e s tio n w o rd + is /a re + s u b je c t What is your name Where are you from Contractions What is Whats What are NOT W h a tt -e where is wheres where are NOT w h c re r e 1 M a tc h q u e s tio n s 1 -6 to a n s w e r s a -f. 1 W h a t’s y o u r n a m e 2 H o w d o y o u s p e ll y o u r la s t n a m e 3 W h e re a r e y o u fro m 4 W h e re in A u s tra lia 5 W h a ts y o u r p h o n e n u m b e r 6 A re y o u h e r e to stu d y a A u s tra lia b 0061 475 524 6692. c P e rth . d N o I’m h e r e o n b u s in e s s e M a r tin R o st f R -O -S-T . 2 C o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n w ith Where How What a n d Are. A H i M y n a m e ’s A n d r e .1 What’ s y o u r n a m e B I’m M o n ic a . N ic e to m e e t y o u . A N ic e to m e e t y o u to o . 2____________ a r e y o u fro m B Im fro m S w e d e n . A 3____________ in S w e d e n B U p p s a la . A 4____________ d o y o u s p e ll th a t B U -P -P -S -A -L -A .5____________ y o u fro m F ra n c e A Y es I a m . I’m fro m P a ris . B O h n ic e . 6____________ y o u h e r e to stu d y A Yes I a m . 117 1 B ra z il / I ’ m from Brazil_____________________________ . 2 R u s s ia X W e ____________________________________________ . 3 T u rk e y X A ____________________________________________ B N o w e ____________. 4 J a p a n X A ____________________________________________ B N o I ___________ . 5 C h in a / A ____________________________________________ B Yes I ___________ . 6 th e U K / A ____________________________________________ B Yes w e ___________ .

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2 .1 this/that/these/those verb be it/they 2 L o o k a t th e i llu s tr a tio n s .O r c le th e c o r r e c t o p tio n . GR2.1a Near Not near Singular this that Plural these those • We use... 1 this and these to talk about people or things near us. This is a tablet. 2 that and those to talk about people or things that are not near us. Those are my friends. Wh- questions what s is this that in English Its a pen. It is an apple. are these those Theyre notepads. They are bags. • We use the verb be to ask and answer questions about people and things. • We often use this/that to introduce or talk about people. This is my friend Robert. A Whos this/that B Its my friend Sonny. A Who are these/those people b Theyre my friends. NOT Who arc these/those We dont use contractions in questions with are. Who are those people NOT Whorc those people 1 R e w rite th e q u e s tio n s a n d a n s w e r s w ith c o n tr a c tio n s w h e re p o s s ib le . 1 A W h a t is th is Wkats this___________________________ B It is a n u m b r e lla . Its m umbrella.__________________ 2 A W h a t a r e th e s e _______________________________________ B T h e y a r e n o te p a d s . ___________________________________ 3 A W h a t is th a t __________________________________________ B It is a b a g . _____________________________________________ 4 A W h a t a r e th o s e _______________________________________ B T h e y a r e a p p le s . ______________________________________ 5 A W h o is th a t __________________________________________ B It is m y frie n d B en n y . ________________________________ 6 A W h e re a r e th o s e p e o p le fro m ________________________ B T h e y a r e fro m C h ile . __________________________________ 7 A W h a tis th is in F - n g lis h _______________________________ B It is a key. ______________________________________________ 1 A W h a t’s this/ that / those in E n g lish B Its/Theyre a w a lle t. 2 A W h o ’s th a t/th es e/ this B M y frie n d R in a . 3 A W h e re a r e those /t h e s e / that p e o p le fro m B Theyre/Its fro m S p a in . 4 A T his/ T hese/That is P a u la fro m C o lo m b ia . B N ic e to m e e t y o u P a u la . 5 A W h a t a r e th ose/ th a t/ this B Theyre/Its u m b re lla s . 6 A W h a t is that / those / these B Its/Theyre a ta b le t. 2 . 2 Verb b e he/she/it/they GR2.2 1 Shes a student. 2 They arent nurses. 3 A Is it from Japan B No it isnt. Positive + He/She s/is from Turkey. It a pen. They re/are notepads. Negative - He/She isnt/is not a taxi driver. it an apple. They arent/are not doctors. Yes/No questions Short answers is he/she/it from Mexico Yes he/she/it is. they are. Are they taxi drivers N O he/she/it isnt they arent. 118 GR2.1b

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GRAMMAR REFERENCE • We use the verb be to talk or ask about peoples jobs. He is a teacher Are they taxi drivers Contractions + he is hes - she is not she isnt they are theyre they are not they arent/they’re not But: Yes he/she/it is. NOT Yes hes. Yes they are. NOT Yes theyre. 1 P u t th e w o rd s in th e c o r r e c t o r d e r to m a k e s e n te n c e s a n d q u e s tio n s . 1 d o c to r / a / n o t / Im . Im not a doctor._______________ 2 n o t / S h e s / e n g i n e e r / a n . ____________________________ 3 Ye / T h e y / n u r s e s . ____________________________________ 4 T h e y / a s s is ta n ts / a r e n ’t / s h o p . ______________________ 5 A a / Is / la p to p / it / _________________________________ B is n ’t / it / N o . _______________________________________ 6 A A re / te a c h e r s / th e y / _____________________________ B a r e / Yes / t h e y . ____________________________________ 2 C o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n w ith is are a n d they. U se c o n tr a c tio n s w h e re p o s s ib le . A T h e s e 1 are m y fr ie n d s G a b rie lla a n d A d ria n . B N ic e p h o to 2____________ 3_____________fro m B razil A N o th e y 4____________ fro m E c u a d o r. B A r e 5____________ d o c to rs A N o A d r i a n 6____________ a te a c h e r in D o h a . B W h e r e 7____________D o h a A I t 8____________ in Q a ta r. A n d G a b rie lla 9_____________ a s tu d e n t. B 10____________ s h e in Q a ta r A N o s h e 11____________ in L o n d o n . 2 . 3 Subject pronouns GR2.3 Subject pronouns Singular Plural I we Y O U You He They She it 1 C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s a n d q u e s tio n s w ith th e c o r re c t s u b je c t p r o n o u n . 1 Im a s tu d e n t. _ I m a t u n iv e rs ity . 2 A A r e ____________ J o h a n n ’s te a c h e r B Y es I a m . 3 A W h e re s D a v id B ____________ s a t h o m e . 4 T h is is m y siste r A is h a .____________ s a n e n g in e e r. 5 T h is is m y la p to p .____________ s e x p e n s iv e . 6 M y n a m e s S a ra a n d th is is A le x .___________ re e n g in e e rs . 7 T h e s e a r e m y frie n d s M ia a n d J o .____________ Ye h e r e o n h o lid a y w ith m e . 8 A W h e re s F a ro 1 3 I t h i n k ____________ s i n S p a in . 2 W rite q u e s tio n s a n d a n s w e r s u s in g th e m a p . 1 y o u 2 h o s p ita l 3 R o n n ie s B a r 4 A s trid 5 P ie te r 6 th e s tu d e n ts A Where art you_______________________ B Im on Richmond Street.____________ . A Where’ s the hospital_________________ B _________________________________ A _________________________________________ B _________________________________ A _________________________________________ B _________________________________ A _________________________________________ B _________________________________ A _________________________________________ B _________________________________ 119 Im a waiter We are married. Youre from India. Theyre students. Shes a doctor. Theyre in my bag. Hes from London. Its in my bag. • We use a subject pronoun e.g. / you etc. in place of a noun or name. Johanns from Brazil. Hes a teacher The hospitals on Oxford Street. Its very big.

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3 .1 have got has g o t 3 . 2 have g o t negatives and questions GR3.1 1 Ive got a big house. 2 weve got g o o d jo b s. 3 S h e s got a dog. W e use have got a n d has g o t... • to ta lk a b o u t p o s s e s s io n . Ive g o t a big dog. Shes got a good job. • to d e s c rib e places. It’s got a big hospital. 1 M a k e s e n te n c e s w ith have got/has got. U s e c o n tr a c tio n s w h e r e p o s s ib le . 1 la d e / f o u r c h ild r e n Ja d es got fou r children.___________ 2 th e y / g o o d n e ig h b o u r s __________________________________ 3 s h e / frie n d ly c a t _________________________________________ 4 O x fo rd / b ig u n i v e r s i t y __________________________________ 5 m y fla t / lo v ely g a r d e n ___________________________________ 6 h e / n ic e h o u s e __________________________________________ 7 I / g r e a t fr ie n d s ___________________________________________. 8 y o u / in te r e s tin g jo b _____________________________________ 2 C o m p le te th e te x ts w ith have got/has got. U se c o n tr a c tio n s w h e r e p o s s ib le . Im Canadian and my partner Bella is Italian. 11 Veg o t an interesting job. Im a hotel manager in Venice. It’s a lovely city. The hotel is big it 2 __________ fifty rooms. Bella 3 __________a job in the hotel too. we 4 ___________ tw o children and three cats. M y v illa g e is n o t big. I t 5_____________ a s c h o o l a n d a c h e a p h o te l. W e 6_____________ a s m a ll h o u se a n d tw o frie n d ly dogs. ı 7_____________ tw o n e ig h b o u rs P e d ro a n d Jana. P e d ro is a c le v e r m a n a n d he 8_____________ a h a rd jo b . H es an e n g in e e r H e 9_____________ an e x p e n s iv e c a r W e lik e th e v illa g e - w e 10_____________ a lo t o f g o o d frie n d s here. GR3.2a 1 Y ou havent got a g a rd e n . 2 He hasnt got n ic e n e ig h b o u rs . 3 It hasnt got a u n iv e rs ity . Negative - i/Y o u /w e /T h e y havent got have not got a car. a b ig fla t. H e /S h e /it hasnt got has not got a p e t. a g a rd e n . • To m a ke th e n e g a tiv e fo rm w e use ... S u b je c t + havent got/hasnt got G R 3.2b 1 A Have y o u got a p et B Yes l have. 2 A Has sh e got a n e x p e n s iv e car B No sh e hasnt. Yes/No questions Have l/y o u /w e /th e y got a big house a lo v e ly ga rd e n Has h e /s h e /it Short answers + Yes l/y o u /w e /th e y h e /s h e /it have. has. - No l/y o u /w e /th e y h e /s h e /it havent have not hasnt has not. • To m a ke q u e s tio n s w ith have got/has got w e use ... Have/Has + s u b je c t + got Short answers w ith have got Yes I have. NOT Yes l have g o t. No she hasnt NOT N o sh e h a s n t g o t. 1 P u t t h e w o rd s in t h e c o r r e c t o rd e r. 1 A s h e / g o t / H a s / a / c a r Has she got a car________ B h a s / Yes / s h e . Ves. ske has.______________________ 2 a n / h a s n ’t / u m b r e lla / g o t / S h e . _______________________ 3 A a / w e / k e y / H a v e / g o t ____________________________ B N o / h a v e n ’t / w e . ____________________________________ 4 A th e y / H a v e / b a n k / g o t / a c c o u n ts _________________ B th e y / Yes / h a v e . ____________________________________ 5 jo b / Y ou / g o t / a / h a v e n ’t . _____________________________ 6 T V / W e / a / h a v e n ’t / g o t . ______________________________ 7 h a v e n t / 1 /g o t / g o o d / a / c la s s / in th is / frie n d . 120 Positive + I YOU w e T hey ve got have got an e x p e n s iv e w a lle t a lo v e ly fla t g re a t n e ig h b o u rs a n ic e car. He She It s got has got a g o o d jo b . a c le v e r dog. a big g a rd e n .

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GRAMMAR REFERENCE 2 M a tc h q u e s tio n s 1 -8 to a n s w e r s a - h . 1 H a s s h e g o t a b ig h o u s e 2 H a v e w e g o t n ic e h o te l ro o m s 3 H a v e th e y g o t a c a r 4 H a s it g o t a g o o d sto ry 5 H a v e th e y g o t b icy cle s 6 H a s h e g o t tw o c h ild re n 7 H a v e y o u g o t m y keys 8 H a s m y ro o m g o t a c o m p u te r a N o th e y h a v e n t b N o h e s g o t th r e e c N o its s m a ll d N o th e y v e g o t a car. e Yes th e y r e lovely f Yes its a g r e a t b o o k g Yes a n d its g o t a TV to o . h Yes th e y r e in m y b a g . 3 . 3 Possessive determiners and possessives Possessive determiners: my your etc. GR3.3af 1 This is my father 2 Thats your book. 3 Youve got his keys. 4 This is her daughter. 5 The hotels got nine rooms. Its rooms are big. 6 These are our children. 7 Those people are their friends. Personal pronoun I you he she it we they Possessive determiner my your his her its our their We use possessive determiners ... • to talk about family and friends. This is my mother. That’ s his brother Arthur • to show that something belongs to somebody. Shes got my bag. Possessives G R 3.3b| 1 Im Roberts sister. 2 Were Leonardos brothers. 3 Alice is Bob and Sallys daughter. 4 Are they your friends books We use is to say that something or someone belongs to a person place or thing. • We often use possessives with names. This is Biancas house. Are you Rafiq’s sister • When the name ends in s we still uses. Here is Rosss pen. • When there is more than one person th e ’s goes after the last name. These are Monika and Yungs keys. Sally is Abby and Georges grandmother. • When the noun is plural we only add after the plural s. My parents car is old. My sisters children. I have one sister. My sisters children. I have more than one sister. s is/has/ possessive’s Shes my sister. She is my sister. Hes got five brothers. He has got five brothers. Ayas books are in my bag. The books belong to Ay a. 1 R e w rite th e s e n te n c e s w ith p o s s e s s iv e d e te r m in e r s . S ta rt w ith It o r They. 1 I’v e g o t a la p to p . Its my Laptop._______________________ 2 W e v e g o t tw o c h ild r e n . T h e y re our children..________ 3 T h e y v e g o t a c a r. ______________________________________ 4 H e ’s g o t a p h o n e . _______________________________________ 5 S h e ’s g o t a n u m b r e lla . _________________________________ 6 Y o u v e g o t a n a p p le . ____________________________________ 7 S h e s g o t f o u r s is te rs . ___________________________________ 8 W e’v e g o t a fla t. ________________________________________ 9 Iv e g o t six k ey s. ________________________________________ 10 Y o u v e g o t tw o w a lle ts . _________________________________ 2 W rite s e n te n c e s w ith is. S ta r t w ith This o r These. 1 m y a u n t 2 m y b o s s 3 M e g a n d K a n e This is my _______________ ________________ aunts car. ________________ ________________ 4 J ia n g a n d T in g 5 C o lin 6 m y b r o th e r 121

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4.1 Present simple positive 2 W rite s e n te n c e s a b o u t H a n n a h . S ta rt w ith S he.... GR4.1 1 I live in Cape Town. 2 She likes English films. 3 He teaches children. 4 we watch TV a lot. Positive + i/You/We/They w ork teach in Brasilia. He/She/it works studies • We use the present simple to talk about habits or routines. He goes abroad a lot. • Most verbs add -s for he/she/it. live - She lives in France. like - He likes cats. • The he/she/it form of have is has. I have a great job. She has a great job. Spelling rules • We add -es to verbs ending in -ch -sh -ss and -o. teach - he teaches watch -» she watches go -» it goes • We delete -y and add -ies to verbs ending in consonant + -y. study - studies we use both have and have got for possession. Jonas has got a beautiful house. Jonas has a beautiful house. We can contract has got but not have for posession. She has got a car. Shes got a car. She has a car. NOT Shes a cor. We use have NOT have got to talk about present simple actions. I often have lunch at 1.30. NOT i-often have geHuneh at-4- . - 3θ: 1 l i r c l e th e c o r r e c t o p tio n . 1 W egoj/ goes to d iffe re n t sc h o o ls . 2 B e lla s s o n study / studies a t D u b lin U n iv e rsity . 3 M y d a u g h te r s live / lives in B a rc e lo n a . 4 I watch / watches T V e v e ry e v e n in g . 5 T h e y want / wants to h e lp t h e c h a rity . 6 Y ou have / has s e v e n c h ild re n . 7 W e like / likes Spider-Man c o m ic s . 8 O u r f a th e r read / reads a lo t o f b o o k s. 9 G ita a n d S a n d ip play / plays c o m p u te r g a m e s . 10 M y s is te r teach / teaches E n g lis h in T h a ila n d . Hi Im Hannah.11 live in Abu Dhabi and 2 1 have three children. 3 1 teach at the university.4 1 work from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m .51 like my job. In the evening 6 1 study English and watch film s.7 1 go abroad a lot. 1 She lives in Abu Dhabi.________________________________ 2 __________________________________________ 3 ____________________________________________________________ 4 ____________________________________________________ 5 ____________________________________________________________ 6 ______________________________________________________ 7 4.2 Present simple negative GR4.2 1 I dont walk to school. 2 She doesnt teach maths. 3 The village doesnt have a hospital. 4 The buses dont go to my street. Negative - l/You/we/They dont do not drive to work. He/She/lt doesnt does not • To make the present simple negative we use ... dont/doesnt + verb infinitive without to. • For the he/she/it form we dont add -s or -es to the verb. He doesnt drive to work. NOT He doesnt drives to work. Contractions do not dont does not doesnt 1 C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s w ith th e c o r r e c t fo rm o f t h e v e rb s in b ra c k e ts. 1 H e doesvit watch T V in th e m o rn in g w a tc h X 2 1 _________________________c h e m is tr y a t K in g S a u d U n iv e rsity te a c h / 3 S h e _________________________to th e b e a c h a t th e w e e k e n d g o / 4 T h e y _________________________in J a m a ic a liv e A 5 Y o u ________________________ frie n d ly n e ig h b o u rs h a v e / 6 H e _________________________ te n n is lik e X 7 I t ________________________ a b ig g a r d e n h a v e X 8 W e ________________________ to s c h o o l c y c le / 122

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GRAMMAR REFERENCE 2 P u t t h e w o rd s in th e c o r re c t o rd e r. 1 d o e s n t / O u r / h a v e / g o o d / c ity / a / s c h o o l . O ur c ity doesvCt have a good school.__________________ 2 liv e / d o n t / c ity c e n tr e / in / W e / th e . 3 to / D a n / w a l k / w o r k / d o e s n t . 4 th e / d o n ’t / to / b u s e s / g o / tr a in s ta tio n / T h e . 5 m o to rc y c le s / lik e / 1 / d o n t . 6 T V / s i s t e r / H e r / w a t c h / d o e s n ’t . 7 d o n ’t / s c h o o l / s tu d y / a t / m y / Y ou . 3 C o m p le te th e te x t w ith th e v e r b s in th e box. have like live plays read teaches walk watches work l 1 Live- in the centre of Paris with my sister. Im a nurse and l 2 ________ in a big hospital. My sister3 _________ at university - shes a maths teacher. We dont4 _________ a car so 15 _________to work and my sister cycles. In the evenings I 6 _________books and magazines but my sister 7 _________TV and 8 _________computer games. We dont 9 _________sport. 4 . 3 P r e s e n t s im p le yes/no q u e s tio n s GR4.3 1 A Do you have breakfast in the morning B Yes l do. 2 A Do they start school at nine oclock B No they dont. 3 A Does she go to work on Saturdays B Yes she does. 4 A Does the city have good restaurants B No it doesnt. Yes/No questions Do Does l/you/we/they he/she/it like coffee go to work by bus Short answers + Yes l/you/we/they he/she/it do. does. - N O l/you/we/they he/she/it dont do not doesnt does not. • To make present simple Yes/No questions we use ... Do/Does + subject + verb infinitive without to • In present simple questions with he/she/it we dont add -s or -es to the verb. Does she teach maths not Docs she teaehes-maths • In short answers to Yes/No questions we use do/does not the main verb. A Do you like tea b Yes ı do. NOT Y esrf like. - 1 C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s w ith do does dont o r doesn’t. 1 A Dots y o u r s is te r w o rk a t th e w e e k e n d B Yes s h e ____________ . 2 A ____________ B ill a n d S a r a h h a v e lu n c h a t w o rk B N o t h e y ____________ . 3 A ____________ y o u p la y c o m p u te r g a m e s B Yes w e ____________ . 4 A ____________ h e r e a d b o o k s B N o h e ____________ . 5 A ____________ y o u r h o u s e h a v e a g a rd e n B Yes it __________ . 2 W rite th e s e n te n c e s a s q u e s tio n s . 1 S h e liv e s w ith h e r p a r e n ts . Dots she live w ith her parents_____________________ 2 T h e y w o rk in th e c ity c e n tr e . 3 H e h a s b r e a k f a s t a t 6 a .m . 4 A b d u l s tu d ie s E n g lis h a t th e w e e k e n d . 5 Y o u r d a u g h te r s w a n t to go a b ro a d . 3 C o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n . A A re y o u a m a n a g e r B Yes I a m . A So te ll m e a b o u t y o u r j o b . 1 Do y o u s t a r t e a rly B N o 1 2____________. F ro m M o n d a y to F riday I s ta r t a t 11.00. A 3____________ y o u f in is h la te B Y es I f in is h a t a b o u t 8.00. A 4____________ y o u r w ife w o rk w ith y o u B Yes s h e 5____________ . B u t s h e 6____________ w o rk o n M o n d a y . S h e w o rk s T u e s d a y to F rid ay . A O h t h a t ’s n i c e . 7____________ y o u w o rk o n S a tu rd a y B Yes 1 8____________ b u t m y w ife 9_____________. A 10____________ y o u h a v e tim e w ith y o u r fa m ily B Y es o n S u n d a y . W e g o o u t w ith fr ie n d s w a tc h a film a n d h a v e d in n e r . 123

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5.1 Adverbs of frequency G R 5.1 1 She always buys expensive jeans. 2 You dont usually wear smart clothes. 3 l often read fashion magazines. 4 We sometimes go shopping at the weekend. 5 They never wear the same clothes. We use adverbs of frequency with the present simple to say how often we do something. 0 30-40 70-80 85-95 100 never sometimes often usually always Word order for adverbs of frequency • in positive sentences we put the adverb before the verb. We usually get up early. She never cycles to work. • In negative sentences the adverb goes between the auxiliary dont/doesnt and the main verb. He doesnt always have breakfast • We put the adverb after the verb be. i am often at home in the evenings. The clothes are always expensive here. 1 P u t th e a d v e rb s in th e b o x in th e c o r r e c t p la c e o n th e lin e alw ays o fte n s o m e tim e s n e v e r usually 2 R e w rite th e s e n te n c e s w ith th e p r o n o u n s a n d a d v e rb s in b ra c k e ts . 1 S h e r e a d s n e w s p a p e r s in th e m o r n in g w e /n e v e r W e- never read newspapers in tWt morning.______ 2 S h e h a s b r e a k f a s t in b e d . I /s o m e tim e s 3 We g e t u p e a rly th e y /u s u a lly 4 Y ou d riv e to w o rk h e /a lw a y s 5 T h e y d o n t b u y e x p e n s iv e c lo th e s s h e /n o t o fte n 3 C o m p le te th e te x t w ith th e v e r b s in th e b o x a n d a n a d v e rb o f fre q u e n c y . buy go g o e s visits w e a r w e a rs Fashion isnt important to me. 11 usually Wear 90 blue jeans and a T-shirt. 12___________________35 shopping for clothes in small shops in my city but 13_________ _________0 expensive clothes. My brother4__________ ________ 100 new clothes. He5 ___________________75 New York for work and he 6 ___________________90 to the city centre malls for shopping. 5.2 W h- questions GR5.2 1 A Whats your favourite restaurant B Rioshis on Sanur Road. 2 A when do they start work B At 9.15. 3 A What colour are her trainers B Theyre red and white. • Wh- questions start with a question word e.g. What Where When Why. We use ... 1 what to ask about things 3 when to ask about time 2 where to ask about places 4 why to ask about reasons Wh- questions with be in questions with the verb be we use ... Wh- word + is/are + subject What’s her favourite colour Why are they sad Wh- questions with other verbs In questions with other verbs we use ... Wh- word + do/does + subject + verb infinitive without to What does your cat eat Why do you like fashion w h a t + noun • We use What + noun to make questions about specific things. w hat colour is your bag w hat music does she like What languages do you study w hat tim e is it Contractions • We contract is after question words. Whats her name Wheres my skirt • We dont contract are after question words. When are .../Why are ... NOT When-re—/Whyre etc. • We dont contract is when the last word is a pronoun / you etc.. where is she not wheres she 124 We say: / dont always ... I dont usually... I dont often... NOT ı dont sometimes".. I dont-never...

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Short answers Yes l/you/we/they do. No he/she/it doesnt. Yes he/she/it does. No l/you/we/they dont. Wh- questions What books do you read Where does he live 1 C o m p le te th e q u e s tio n s w ith th e c o r r e c t q u e s tio n w o rd . 1 1 NWere d o e s h e live 2 ___________ tim e d o e s th e c la s s s ta rt 3 ____________ d o e s th e b a n k c lo s e o n F rid a y 4 ___________ s y o u r b r o th e r s b irth d a y 5 ___________ c lo th e s d o y o u like 6 ___________ a r e th e ir n a m e s 7 ___________ s t h a t b o o k in te re s tin g 2 f h r d e jth e c o r r e c t o p tio n . 1 W hyo/ does th e y lik e t h a t m o d e r n b u ild in g 2 W h a t do / does s h e d o in th e e v e n in g 3 W h a t c o l o u r s / are y o u r n e w tro u s e rs 4 W h a t tim e d o /d o e s w e h a v e d in n e r 5 W h e re do /d o e s h is s is te r s live 6 W h a t s / are y o u r fa v o u rite c lo th e s 3 M a tc h q u e s tio n s 1 -6 in e x e rc is e 2 to a n s w e r s a -f. a _ 2 _ S h e w a tc h e s TV. b ___ B lack. c ___ B e c a u s e its in te r e s tin g a n d d iffe re n t. d ___ A t 6.30. e ___ C a s u a l c lo th e s . f ___ In M a d rid . 5 . 3 Present simple - all forms 1 P u t th e w o rd s in th e c o r r e c t o rd e r. 1 I / w e a r / s o m e tim e s / s k ir ts / lo n g / r e a l l y . I som etim es W ear really Long skirts._________________ 2 S h e / lo ts / c lo th e s / o f / b e a u tif u l / h a s . 3 A y o u / a t / D o / s h o e s / h o m e / w e a r B d o n ’t / N o / I . 4 d o e s n ’t / H e / l i k e / c l o t h e s / s m a r t . 5 W e / d iffe re n t / h a v e / h a ir s ty le s . 6 A p u t / D o e s / h e / c r e a m / h is / o n / fa c e B h e / d o e s / Y e s . 2 C o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n w ith th e c o r re c t fo rm o f th e v e r b s in b ra c k e ts . A W h e r e 1 do y o u come c o m e fro m A n o u k B I’m fro m G re e n la n d b u t 1 2_________ live in C o p e n h a g e n . 1 3___________ w o rk in a h o s p ita l. A T ell m e a b o u t th is p h o to . B T h is is a p ic tu r e o f m y b r o th e r a n d s is te r in o u r tr a d itio n a l c lo th e s . M e n a n d w o m e n 4________ h a v e d iffe re n t s ty le s . M en 5____________ w e a r w h ite s h irts b la c k tr o u s e r s a n d b la c k b o o ts . W o m e n 6____________ w e a r c o lo u rf u l c lo th e s . In th is p h o to m y s is te r 7____________ h a v e a re a lly n ic e re d ju m p e r a n d w h ite b o o ts . A W h a t 8____________ p e o p le in G r e e n la n d u s u a lly ____________ w e ar B W ell 1 9____________ h a v e g o t a lo t o f w a r m c lo th e s b e c a u s e its a lw a y s re a lly cold A 10____________ y o u ____________ lik e tra d itio n a l c lo th e s B N o I d o n t. 1 11____________ lik e fa s h io n c lo th e s . G R 5 .3 1 I wear smart clothes at work. 2 My sister enjoys clothes shopping. 3 Raul and Sophie dont like fashion clothes. 4 She doesnt w ork in an office. 5 A What do you do at weekends B I go out with friends. 6 A Does your sister live in Lublin B Yes she does. Positive + l/You/We/They like colourful clothes. He/She wears traditional clothes. It leaves at 4.30. Negative - l/You/We/They dont live in Italy. He/She doesnt have dinner at 7 p.m. It doesnt arrive at 8 oclock. Yes/No questions Do l/you/we/they read comics Does he/she speak Japanese Does it look good

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6.1 there is/there are 6.2 Is there .../Are th ere ... GR6.1 | • We use There is/There are to talk about things that exist or dont exist somewhere. Theres a Korean restaurant on Chapel Street. There arent any parks in my town. • We use any before plural nouns in negative sentences. There arent any good facilities here. Contractions There is Theres There is not There isnt There are NOT Thereite There are not There arent When we talk about a list of things we use There’s ... Theres a gym a car park and a good restaurant at the hotel. NOT Therextre-a-gym- .-a-ear-pafk-".- 1 L o o k a t t h e m a p . W rite s e n te n c e s a b o u t th e fa c ilitie s. 1 fo o tb a ll s ta d iu m T h e r e a football stadium.___________ 2 b u s e s T h e r e a r e n t any buses.__________________________ 3 p a r k ______________________________________________________ 4 c a fe _______________________________________________________ 5 s h o p s _____________________________________________________ 6 h o s p ita l __________________________________________________ 7 m u s e u m s ________________________________________________ 8 h o te ls ____________________________________________________ 9 r e s ta u r a n ts ______________________________________________ 10 c in e m a ___________________________________________________ G R 6 .2 • We use Is there ..v/Are there ... to ask about things in a place. Is there a lift in the hotel • We use a/an before singular nouns in questions. Is there a phone/an iron in the room • We use any before plural nouns in questions. Are there any gym facilities here • We dont use contractions in positive short answers. Yes there is./Yes there are. NOT Yes thereq./Yosr therore: Contractions No there is not. No there isnt. No there are not. No there arent. The words Wi-fi air-conditioning and coffee dont add -s and we dont use an article before these words. Is there air conditioning/wi-fi in my room NOT Are there air-conditionings .. it Is there a Wi-fi ... 1 C o m p le te th e c o n v e r s a tio n w ith th e c o r re c t fo rm o f there is/there are. U se c o n tr a c tio n s w h e re p o s s ib le . A Is y o u r h o te l n ic e B Yes m y ro o m is lo v e ly .1 T h eres a v e ry b ig b e d a n d a b e a u tif u l b a th r o o m . A 2________________________ a b a th B Yes 3_________________________. Its a re a lly b ig one A 4________________________ a b a lc o n y B N o 5_________________________. A 6________________________ a n y r e s ta u r a n ts a n d s h o p s in th e h o tel B 7________________________ a g o o d I ta lia n r e s ta u r a n t b u t 8_________________________ a n y s h o p s . A 9________________________ a s w im m in g p o o l B Y es its n e x t to th e g y m . B u t i t ’ s v e ry cold A 10_________________________a n y in te r e s tin g p la c e s n e a r th e h o tel B Y e s 11_________________________a n o ld th e a tr e a m o d e r n m u s e u m a p la z a a n d a p a rk . 126 Singular Positive + Negative - Theres ˌ There isnt . . a theatre. . a park. There is There is not Plural Positive + Negative - There arent There are refreshments. . any hotels. There are not Singular Yes/No questions Short answers Yes there is. Is there a s h o w e r ---------------------------------------------------- No there isnt is not. Plural Yes/No questions Short answers Yes there are. Are there any t o w e ls --------------------------------------------------- No there arent are not.

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G R A M M A R REFERENCE 2 L o o k a t th e illu s tr a tio n . W rite q u e s tio n s a n d a n s w e rs . GR6.3 1 Each ro o m has a sofa. 2 All the ro o m s have g o t b ig beds. 3 All the c h ild re n in th is s c h o o l a re happy. 4 D oes each fla t have a k itch e n 5 Do all the tra in s g o to London each Each ro o m has W i-fi. a phone th re e to w e ls . is big. a d iffe re n t c o lo u r all the All the ro o m s h a ve g o t to w e ls . safes. are sm a ll. c o ld . • w e use each w h e n w e w a n t to ta lk a b o u t s e p a ra te th in g s in a g ro u p . Each kitchen has got a big fridge. • W e use all + the w h e n w e w a n t to ta lk a b o u t th e w h o le g ro u p . A ll the kitchens have got big fridges. • W e use each b e fo re a s in g u la r noun. Each flats got a small garden. • W e use all + the w ith p lu ra l n o u n s. A ll the tables are very small. 1 C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s w ith all the o r each. 1 A L L t h e r o o m s h a v e a ir c o n d itio n in g . 2 ____________ d o o r is a d iffe re n t c o lo u r. 3 ____________ b e d r o o m s a r e v e ry c o ld . 4 D o e s ____________ ro o m h a v e a b a lc o n y 5 H a v e ____________ h o te ls g o t s w im m in g p o o ls 6 ____________ te a c h e r s in m y s c h o o l a r e v e ry n ic e . 2 W rite fu ll s e n te n c e s o r q u e s tio n s w ith th e p ro m p ts . 1 all / r o o m s / h a v e / ta b le s A L L tk c rooms W ave tables.__________________ 2 e a c h / c in e m a / h a v e / c a fe 3 all / r e s ta u r a n ts / b e / g o o d 4 a ll / tr a in s / h a v e / to ile ts / 5 b e / e a c h / fla t / d iffe re n t / 3 C o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n w ith th e w o rd s in th e b ox. all x4 d iffe ren t e a c h x2 h av e like n e a r te a c h e rs A n k a H i. H o w a r e y o u B o b Im fin e th a n k s . D o y o u 1 like y o u r n e w sc h o o l A n k a Y es I d o . 2____________ th e c la s s e s a r e in te re s tin g . B o b O h th a ts g o o d . D o y o u lik e a ll y o u r 3____________ A n k a Yes I d o . 4____________ te a c h e r h a s a 5_____________ sty le . B o b A re th e fa c ilitie s g o o d A n k a Yes 6____________ th e r o o m s 7_____________b ig w in d o w s a n d n e w f u r n itu r e . 8____________ ro o m is a d iffe re n t c o lo u r. B o b Is th e r e a cafe A n k a N o b u t 9____________ th e s tu d e n ts go to c a fe s 10____________ th e s c h o o l. B o b D o 11____________ t h e s tu d e n ts w o rk h a r d A n k a S o m e tim e s 127 1 b e d Is t h e r e a bed______ fes there is.________________ 2 to w e ls ____________________________________________________ 3 T V ________________________________________________________ 4 n e w s p a p e r s ______________________________________________ 5 b a th ______________________________________________________ 6 frid g e _____________________________________________________ 7 r e f r e s h m e n ts _____________________________________________ 8 p h o n e ____________________________________________________ 9 ir o n ______________________________________________________ 10 k ey s ______________________________________________________ 6 . 3 each and all the

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7.1 can/cant • We use can/cant + verb to talk about peoples abilities. They can swim. • Can is the same for all subjects / you etc.. We dont add -s for he/she/it He can sing. NOT He can sings. • After can we use the infinitive without to. I cant play the piano. NOT beenitite-play the piano. 1 L o o k a t t h e illu s tr a tio n s . W rite s e n te n c e s w ith can/can’t. 1 H e can play ik e piano. 2 S h e _____________________ 3 Y ou ____________________ 4 I ________________________ 5 T h e y ___________________ 6 W e _____________________ 2 C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s w ith can/can’t a n d tw o v e r b s in th e b o x . d o d riv e fly p a in t p la y x 2 rea d re m e m b e r x 2 fid e sp e a k use GR7.2 1 A C an you type B Yes ı can. 2 A C an he swim B No he c a n t. Yes/No q u e s tio n s C an l/you/he/she/it/we/they speak Spanish S h o rt a n s w e rs Yes l/you/he/she/it/we/they can. No l/you/he/she/it/we/they c a n t cannot. • We use Can + subject + infinitive without to to ask about peoples abilities. Can he speak English NOT Can he to speak English • we dont use do/does with can for questions. Can you use Excel NOT Do-you-ean-tisc-Excet 1 f J r c l eth e c o r r e c t o p tio n . A T ell m e a b o u t y o u . C a n y o u 1use/ play a c o m p u te r B Y es I c a n . A C a n y o u 2 type / types fa st B N o 1 3 can’t / can b u t I c a n 4 read / reads fa st. A OK 5 can you / do you can s p e a k F re n c h B I c a n re a d a n d w rite F re n c h b u t 1 6 can’t/c a n s p e a k w ell. A C a n y o u 7 drive / ride B 8 Yes / No I c a n b u t I h a v e n ’t g o t a c a r. A C a n y o u 9 u se/ take a c a m e ra B Y es b u t n o t w ell. A C a n y o u 10 swim / to swim B Yes b u t v e ry b a d ly . 128 G R 7.1 1 I ca n sing. 2 You c a n t remember my name. 3 She c a n speak Hungarian. 4 He c a n t understand the film. 5 We c a n use a computer. 6 They c a n t dance. P o s itiv e + l/You/He/She/lt/We/They ca n play the guitar N e g a tiv e - l/You/He/She/lt/We/They c a n t c a n n o t ride a bicycle. 1 H e / can ride a b ic y c le b u t h e X cavit drive a c a r. 2 Y ou A _____________________a c o m p u te r b u t y o u / _____________________a p ic tu re . 3 S h e / ____________________ E n g lis h b u t s h e X _____________________E n g lis h b o o k s. 4 1 / ____________________ th e g u ita r b u t I X ____________________e a s y m a th s . 5 B i r d s / _____________________ b u t th e y A ___________________ te n n is . 6 1 / ____________________ faces b u t I X ____________________n a m e s . 7 .2 Can you...

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GRAMMAR REFERENCE 2 C h a n g e s e n te n c e s 1 -6 to m a k e q u e s tio n s . 1 H e c a n t d riv e a c a r. Can ke drive a car______________ 2 Y ou c a n s w im w e ll. ______________________________________ 3 S h e c a n rid e a m o to rb ik e . _______________________________ 4 T h e y c a n t u n d e r s ta n d th e in s tr u c tio n s . ________________ 5 T h is p h o n e c a n ta k e p h o to g r a p h s . ______________________ 6 T h e y c a n t u s e a c o m p u te r w e ll. _________________________ • When we use like + noun we usually use the plural form of the noun. I like dogs. NOT I like dog. She loves children. NOT She loves o child. • Some nouns do not add -s e.g. music food coffee. I like Japanese music. NOT I like Japanese-mttsies- 7 .3 lik e + -in g • We use like + verb + -ing to talk about hobbies and interests. He likes playing tennis. We like taking photographs. • We use like + noun to talk about things we like. I like dolphins. She likes music. • We use love and hate in the same way we use like. He loves making things. They hate cars. S p e llin g ru le s • We usually add -ing to the infinitive form of the verb. read - reading go -» going study - studying • For verbs ending in -e we delete -e and add -ing. drive - driving make -» making • For verbs ending in one vowel and one consonant e.g. get run shop travel etc. we double the final consonant. shop - shopping travel - travelling 1 M a tc h b e g in n in g s 1-7 to e n d in g s a -g . 1 b W e a d o n t lik e g a r d e n in g . 2 ___ I b lo v e d a n c in g . 3 ___ S h e c h e lik e m u sic 4 ___ W h a t d o e s d h e lik e 5 ___ W h a t d o e y o u lik e tra v e llin g 6 ___ D o f h a te s p la y in g v id e o g a m e s . 7 ___ D o e s g y o u lik e d o in g 3 P u t th e c o n v e rs a tio n b e tw e e n M u s ta fa M a n d S a lly S in th e c o r r e c t o rd e r. a ___ M I lik e w a tc h in g T V a n d p la y in g c o m p u te r g a m e s . D o y o u lik e c o m p u te rs b 1 M S ally w h a t d o y o u lik e d o in g a t w e e k e n d s c ___ M T h e y lik e g e ttin g u p la te a n d lis te n in g to m u sic . d ___ M N o I h a te s h o p p in g e ___ M I s e e . D o y o u s e e y o u r f r ie n d s a t w e e k e n d s f ___ S N o t re a lly . I u s e th e m a t w o rk b u t I d o n ’t lik e u s in g th e m a t h o m e . g ___ S I lik e p la y in g s p o r ts a n d b e in g a t h o m e . W h a t d o y o u lik e d o in g h ___ S W h a t d o y o u r f r ie n d s lik e d o in g i J0_ S I lo v e g e ttin g u p la te to o . j ___ S Yes w e s o m e tim e s g o s h o p p in g o r g o to r e s ta u r a n ts . D o y o u lik e s h o p p in g 129 GR7.3 1 l like travelling. 2 She d o e s n t lik e cats. 3 D oes she lik e going out 4 What d o you lik e doing in your free time 2 C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s w ith th e c o r r e c t fo rm o f like a n d th e -ing fo rm o f th e v e r b s in th e b ox. be do x2 get go make play read ride watch 1 I like being a t h o m e o n S u n d a y s . 2 S h e _____________________o u t o n F rid a y e v e n in g s . 3 W h a t d o y o u _____________________in y o u r f r e e tim e 4 I d o n t _____________________ c o m ic s . 5 H e _____________________fo o tb a ll a n d te n n is . 6 D o t h e y _________________________b ic y c le s 7 D o e s s h e ________________________ th in g s 8 W h a t d o e s h e _____________________a t th e w e e k e n d 9 S h e d o e s n t _______________________ s p o r t o n TV. 10 T h e y d o n ’t ____________________ u p e a rly a t th e w e e k e n d . P o s itiv e + i/Y o u /w e /T h e y lik e s w im m in g . He/She/lt lik e s cats. N e g a tiv e - i/Y o u /w e /T h e y d o n t lik e running. He/She/lt d o e s n t apples. Yes/No q u e s tio n s S h o rt a n s w e rs D o you lik e reading Yes l do./N o l d o n t do not. D oes he lik e books Yes he d o e s./N o he d o e s n t does not. wh- q u e s tio n s W h a t d o you lik e doing d o e s she

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8 .1 Verb b e past simple • We use was/were to talk about the past. • Was is the past form of am/is. I am happy. — / was happy. She isn t rich. -» She w asnt rich. There is a hospital. - There was a hospital. • Were is the past form of are. You are an astronaut. — You were an astronaut. The apples arent green. — The apples w erent green. There are six students. -» There were six students. Contractions was not w asnt were not w erent 1 C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s w ith was wasnt were o r werent. 1 T h e film yjasvCt in te r e s tin g . It w a s b o rin g . 2 M y p a r e n ts w e re n t te a c h e rs . T h e y ___________e n g in e e rs . 3 T h e f o o d ____________ h o t. It w a s c o ld . 4 S h e ____________ b o r n in 1989. S h e w a s b o r n in 1998. 5 Y ou w e re n t h e r e a t 6.15. Y o u ____________ h e r e a t 6.30. 6 O u r c a r ____________ c h e a p . It w a s e x p e n s iv e . 7 T h e h o u s e s w e re n t o ld . T h e y ____________ m o d e r n . 8 1____________ ric h . I w a s v e ry p o o r. 9 T h e r e ____________ fo u r c a ts in o u r h o u s e . T h e re w e re five. 10 I t ____________ a g o o d d ay . It w a s a b a d day. 2 C o m p le te th e q u e s tio n s a n d s h o r t a n s w e r s w ith t h e p a s t fo rm o f th e v e rb be. 1 A Was s h e a h a p p y c h ild B Yes s h e ____________ . 2 A ____________ y o u a s tu d e n t in 2012 B N o I ____________. 3 A ____________ th e film g o o d B Yes i t ____________ . 4 A ____________ y o u b o r n in O c to b e r B Yes I ___________ . 5 A ____________ th e le s s o n s d iffic u lt B Yes t h e y ____________. 6 A ____________ th e r e fiv e c h ild r e n in y o u r fa m ily B N o t h e r e ___________ . 7 A ____________ y o u r n e ig h b o u r frie n d ly B N o h e ____________ . 8 A ____________ th e r e a c a fe in y o u r sc h o o l B Yes t h e r e ____________. 8 . 2 Past simple regular verbs GR8.2 1 You s tu d ie d at university from 2007 to 2010. 2 He tra v e lle d to Namibia when he was twelve. 3 The film s ta rte d at 8.40. 4 We w o rk e d in South America in 2008. P o s itiv e + l/You/He/She/lt/We/They p la y e d football. • We use th e past sim ple to ta lk a b o u t fin ish ed action s and states in th e past. • To m ake th e past sim ple w e add -ed to m o st regular verbs e.g. helped started. • The past sim ple positive is th e sam e fo r all persons e.g. I lived He lived They lived etc. • W hen w e use th e past sim ple w e o fte n say w he n the action happened. / travelled around the UK in 2014. She finished school a t four oclock. They opened their first shop when they were 25 years old. S p e llin g ru le s • We usually add -ed to the infinitive form. work - worked want -» wanted • We add -d to verbs ending in -e. live — lived die — died • We delete -y and add -led for verbs ending in consonant + -y. study -» studied marry -» married • Some verbs double the final consonant when we add -ed. travel - travelled stop - stopped 130 GR8.11 1 I w a s a happy child. 2 She w a s n t at an expensive school. 3 We w e r e n t poor. 4 His parents w e re rich. 5 A W as your house big B No it w a s n t. 6 a w e re they at home b Yes they w e re . P o s itiv e + i/He/She/it w a s a teacher sad. You/We/They w e re N e g a tiv e - i/He/she/it w a s n t w a s n o t at a good school happy. You/we/They w e r e n t w e re n o t Yes/No q u e s tio n s S h o rt a n s w e rs W as he friendly Yes he w a s. No he w a s n t w a s not. W e re they politicians Yes they w e re . No they w e r e n t w e re not.

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GRAMMAR REFERENCE 1 R e w rite th e s e n te n c e s in th e p a s t sim p le . 1 S h e v is its h e r a u n t e v e ry W e d n e s d a y She vis ite d h e r a u n t e v e ry Wednesday._______________ 2 H e u s e s h is n e w la p to p in th e le s s o n . 3 T h e y lo v e A m s te rd a m . 4 Y ou a lw a y s r e m e m b e r m y b irth d a y . 5 I tra v e l to w o rk b y b u s. 6 S h e w a tc h e s film s in t h e m o rn in g . 7 T h e s h o p o p e n s a t 10.30. 2 C o m p le te th e te x ts w ith th e p a s t s im p le fo rm o f th e v e rb s in th e b o x e s. Virginia W oolf1 was bom in 1882. She2 _________a writer. She 3 _________in England. She 4_________ in 1941. be x3 die live paint Giovanni Canaletto 5 _________an artist. He 6 _________ born in 1697 and 7 _________with his family in Venice. His father 8 _________a painter too. Canaletto9 _________ lots of beautiful paintings in his lifetime. He 1 0 _________in 1768. be x4 die like marry study Albert Einstein 1 1 _________a famous scientist and physicist. He 1 2 _________born in 1879 in Munich. He 1 3 _________ very good at maths and he 1 4 _________studying on his own. He 1 5 _________physics at a college in Zurich. He 1 6 _________ Mileva Marie a physics student from Serbia in 1903. He 1 7 in 1955. 8 . 3 Object pronouns GR8.3 1 I lived in Barcelona in 1969. My sister lived with m e. 2 You don’t love me but I love you. 3 He was in my class last year. I studied English with him . 4 She worked very late last night. We helped her. 5 it was difficult. I hated it 6 We talked to the police on Monday. They helped us. 7 They are good films. I want to watch th e m . S u b je c t p ro n o u n I you he she it we they O b je c t p ro n o u n me you him her it us them • We use pronouns in place of nouns. Theo watched the boy. Theo watched him. subject object I loved the monkeys. I loved them. subject object • The object pronoun goes after a verb or after a preposition e.g. to in with etc. They remembered us. This is your bag. Your books are in it l talked to her Elfie walked to school w ith me. • We use an object pronoun me him etc. not a subject pronoun / he etc. after the verb be. Thats him over there. The object pronouns you and it are the same as the subject pronouns you and it. 1 i r d e th e c o r r e c t o p tio n . 1 T h e te a c h e r s w e re n t h a p p y w ith he /him. 2 H e/H im m a r r ie d h er/sh em 2007. 3 They/ Them tra v e lle d a r o u n d th e w o rld w ith w e/us. 4 T h e m o n k e y r e m e m b e r e d 1 / me. 5 T h e s tr e e t m u s ic ia n p la y e d s o m e s o n g s fo r you / your. 6 She / Her lis te n e d to him / his fo r th r e e h o u rs . 7 T h e h o te l r o o m w a s n t c le a n . W e c le a n e d it / its. 8 T h e p ic tu r e s w e re a m a z in g W e lo v e d they / them. 2 C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s w ith a s u b je c t o r a n o b je c t p ro n o u n . 1 W e tra v e lle d to A rg e n tin a la s t y e a r. It w a s a m a z in g . 2 M y b r o th e r J o h a n liv e s a b r o a d . W e v i s i t e d ____________ la s t m o n th . 3 H is s is te r w a s v e ry h e lp f u l.____________ d ro v e u s to th e s ta tio n . 4 P e o p le s o m e tim e s s p e a k v e ry fa s t a n d I c a n t u n d e r s t a n d ____________ . 5 T h e w o m a n w a s frie n d ly . W e a s k e d ____________ a q u e s tio n . 6 Y ou lik e A n to n b u t h e d o e s n ’t l i k e ____________ . 7 Iv e g o t lo ts o f n e w c lo th e s b u t 1 d o n ’t w e a r ____________ . 8 W e a r e a b ig fa m ily a n d m y m o th e r c o o k s f o r ___________ e v e ry n ig h t. 9 I h a v e n ’t g o t a car. C a n y o u d r iv e ____________to th e p a rty 10 A W h e re w e re y o u r fr ie n d s la s t n ig h t B ____________ w e re a t a p a r ty . 131 be be die live

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9.1 P a s t s im p le irr e g u la r v e rb s 9 .2 P a s t s im p le n e g a tiv e s a n d q u e s tio n s GR9.1 1 I met him last year and we fell in love. 2 You wrote a story but they said it wasnt good. 3 She went to London yesterday and saw the Palace. 4 He had a good holiday but he got ill in Tangiers. 5 We sold our house because it was very small. 6 They left Utah in 1989 and came to live with me. Positive + l/You/He/She/lt/We/They knew my father. • We use the past simple to talk about finished actions and states in the past. She got married when she was twenty-five. • The past simple positive is the same for all persons e.g. I went She went They went. • The past simple forms of irregular verbs are NOT formed by adding -ed. They are all different e.g. buy - bought go - went see - saw etc. See the list of irregular verbs on page 146. 1 C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s w ith th e c o r r e c t p a s t s im p le v e rb . 1 I u s u a lly h a v e a b ig lu n c h b u t y e s te r d a y I had a s m a ll lu n c h . 2 H e u s u a lly w rite s a d ia ry b u t y e s te r d a y h e ____________ a sto ry . 3 W e u s u a lly le a v e h o m e a t 7.30 b u t y e s te r d a y w e a t 8.00. 4 S h e u s u a lly g o e s to th e c in e m a b u t y e s te r d a y s h e to th e p a rk . 5 Y ou u s u a lly lo s e y o u r p h o n e b u t y e s te r d a y y o u y o u r key s. 6 I u s u a lly s e e m y f r ie n d s in th e ca fe b u t y e s te rd a y I ____________ m y te a c h e r. 7 H e u s u a lly g e ts u p a t 6.15 b u t y e s te r d a y h e ____________ u p a t 7.30. 2 ir c le th e c o r r e c t o p tio n . My parents1 meet /met/ worked at university. My mother 2 studies / study / studied English and my father3 was / were / is an art student. He 4 fell / fall / got in love with her the first time he5 see / sees / saw her. He6 can / could / was paint very well so he 7 paint / paints / painted her lots of flowers. He also8 write / saidt wrote her beautiful letters and 9g o / went/ visited her almost every day. They10got /g e t /g o married three years later They1 1 live / lived / left in my fathers flat but then my brother and 11 2 was / wasnt / were born. The fla t1 3 werent / wasnt / isnt very big so they1 4 sell / saw / sold it and moved to the countryside we 1 5 was / are / were very happy there. My brother and 11 6 g o /w e n t/g e t to university and 1 7 left / leave / went the village but my parents still live there. GR9.2 1 I didnt get up until 11.30 a.m. 2 He didnt stay at home yesterday. 3 A Did she phone the office B Yes she did. 4 A Did they call the doctor B No they didnt. Past simple negative Negative - we/They didnt go to work yesterday. l/You/He/She/lt did not feel well. • For past simple negatives we use ... didnt + infinitive without to. I didnt watch a film last night. Harry d id n t go shopping yesterday. NOT l didnt to watch ... I didnt watched ... Horry didnt w e n t... • The auxiliary did/didnt is the same for all persons. We didn’t leave work early. Did she have a headache Contractions did not didnt The negative form of could is couldnt. NOT didnt con. She could remember his face but she couldnt remember his name. Past simple questions Yes/No questions Did l/you/he/she/it/we/they have a headache Short answers + Yes l/you/he/she/it/we/they did. - N O l/you/he/she/it/we/they didnt did not. • For past simple yes/no questions we use ... Did + subject + infinitive without to Did you w rite those emails yesterday Did your friend study maths NOT Did-you to w rite ... Dtd-you-wrote—■ ■ Did your friend studied... We dont use did to make questions with could. A He could speak five languages when he was eighteen. B Could he speak German 132

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GRAMMAR REFERENCE 3 C o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n w ith th e c o r r e c t fo rm o f th e v e rb s in b ra c k e ts. A I d i d n t 1 s e e see y o u a t w o rk y e s te r d a y m o rn in g . D id y o u 2____________ m is s y o u r b u s B N o 1 3_________________________ g e t u p v e ry la te . 1 4____________ h a v e a b a d n ig h t. A O h D id y o u 5____________ e at s o m e th in g b a d B N o m y d a u g h te r 6____________ h a v e a b a d h e a d a c h e . A D id y o u 7____________ g o to th e d o c to r B N o w e 8____________ c all th e d o c to r a n d h e 9____________ c o m e to o u r h o u s e . B u t A n n a s fin e n o w . S h e 10____________ go to s c h o o l a t lu n c h tim e . A O h th a ts g o o d . D id y o u 11____________ w rite t h a t e m a il to N E C th is m o rn in g B N o s o rry 1 12____________ fo rg et. B u t it’s OK. T h e b o s s is sic k to d a y . 9 .3 ago past — o ----------------------------------------------------------------now a year ago past----------------------------------------------o ----------------------- now two months ago past------------------------------------------------------------- o --------now thirty minutes ago • We use ago with the past simple to talk about something that happened at a time in the past. • We use a time phrase + ago to say how long it is between now and the past event. I left school two years ago. • we often use ... a/an/a number + time noun minute week month etc. + ago e.g. a minute ago an hour ago ten years ago • ago goes after the time phrase. They sold their house nine months ago Other common past simple time phrases: last night/week/month/year/Tuesday/January/summer yes terday morningaftemoon/evening at 6 p.m. in 1995 When she was s ix ... on Friday on July 29th When my mother was in Mexico... When we were at school... 1 W rite s e n te n c e s w ith ago. 1 T o d a y is W e d n e s d a y . I w e n t to th e b a n k o n M o n d a y . 1 1 ve n t to the bank two days ago.___________________ 2 S h e liv e d in Z a ra g o z a in 2009. N o w its 2016. 3 W e m a r r ie d in M a rc h . N o w its S e p te m b e r. 4 Y ou left a t 6 p .m . N o w it’s 11 p .m . 5 T h e film s ta r te d a t 6.15 p .m . N o w it’s 6 .35 p .m . 2 C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s w ith th e w o rd s in th e b ox. agox3 at in last on when yesterday yesterday 1 W e w e n t to th e fo o tb a ll m a tc h yesterday a f te r n o o n . 2 I s a w h im a b o u t tw o m i n u t e s ____________ . 3 Y ou left th e r e s t a u r a n t ____________ a b o u t 9.15. 4 H e d id n ’t g o to w o r k ____________ w e e k . 5 T h e y w r o te a n e m a il a w e e k ____________ . 6 S h e w a s b o r n ____________ 2 9 th D e c e m b e r. 7 Y ou liv e d in P a n a m a ____________ 2009. 8 T h e w e a th e r w a s lo v e ly ____________ . 9 I w a s in h o s p ita l th r e e y e a r s ____________ . 10 W e m e t ____________ w e w e re e le v e n y e a rs o ld . 133 1 C h a n g e s e n te n c e s 1-5 to m a k e th e m n e g a tiv e . 1 T h e y w e n t s h o p p in g . They didvCt go shop ping.__________________________ 2 T h e frid g e fell o n m e. 3 S h e h a d a b a d n ig h t. 4 Y ou c a m e la te . 5 W e w a lk e d o n th e b e a c h . 2 W hite Yes/No q u e s tio n s a n d s h o r t a n s w e rs . 1 H e g o t u p la te . Vid k e g et up Late X No. k e didvit___________ . 2 S h e w e n t to w o rk . ________________________ / _________________________. 3 T h e y lo s t t h e i r c a t. ___________________________ A . 4 Y o u r b r o th e r le ft a t 5 p .m . ____________________ / _____________________. 5 T h e s h o p c lo s e d a t 3 p .m . ____________________ / _____________________. GR9.3 1 The train left an hour ago. 2 We saw her at the supermarket two days ago. 3 He went to Kazakhstan six months ago. 4 They got married twenty-five years ago.

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1 0 . 1 g o in g t o positive and negative 2 C o m p le te th e s e n te n c e s w ith th e c o r re c t fo rm o f going to a n d th e v e r b s in th e b o x . U se c o n tr a c tio n s w h e re p o s s ib le . G R 10.1 1 Im going to be a volunteer in Bolivia next month. 2 You arent going to w ork with local people. 3 Shes going to visit her friends in Spain in three days. 4 He isnt going to the museum this evening. 5 Were going to raise money to help poor people. Positive + 1 m am travel to Africa. He/She/lt s is going to need money. we/You/They re are meet new people. Negative - 1 m not am not ask for money. He/She/lt isnt is not going to join a band. we/You/They arent are not write a blog. • We use be + going to + verb infinitive without to to talk about future plans. Shes going to study engineering in Germany. • We often use going to with future time phrases. Next month we’re going to Nepal. She’s not going to see her brother this evening. I’m going to buy a new dress tomorrow. 1 L o o k a t t h e p h o to s . W rite fu ll s e n te n c e s . not buy not have take travel vtstt write 1 W e r e going to visit m y p a r e n ts in B ru s s e ls th e d a y a f te r to m o rro w . 2 I _________________________p iz z a fo r d i n n e r th is e v e n in g . 3 S h e _________________________lo ts o f p h o to g r a p h s . 4 T h e y _______________________ a b lo g a b o u t le a r n in g E n g lis h in L o n d o n . 5 Y o u _________________________a n e w s k ir t to d a y . 6 W e _________________________a r o u n d th e w o rld n e x t y e a r. 1 0 . 2 g o in g t o questions and short answers Yes/No questions Am 1 change jobs Is he/she/it going to move abroad Are we/you/they buy a new house Short answers + Yes l am. - No Im not am not. Yes he/she/it is. No he/she/it isnt is not. Yes we/you/they are. No we/you/they arent are not. Word order in Yes/No questions be + subject + going to + verb Are you going to play the piano at the party Word order in w h- questions Question word + be + subject + going to + verb Where are they going to have dinner 1 M a k e q u e s tio n s w ith th e c o r re c t fo rm o f going to. U se c o n tr a c tio n s w h e re p o s s ib le . 1 Im g o in g to liv e in Sicily. W h e re arc you going to live_____________________________ 2 H e ’s g o in g to te a c h m a th s . W h a t _____________________________________________________ 3 W e ’re g o in g to v is it m y p a r e n ts . W h o ______________________________________________________ 4 T h e t r a i n ’s g o in g to le a v e a t 6 .00 p .m . W h a t t i m e _______________________________________________ 1 3 4 GR10.2 1 A Are you going to drive B Yes we are. 2 A Is she going to move abroad B No she isnt. 3 A Where are you going to stay B in Singapore. 1 G in a s going to play tewnxs n e x t F rid ay . 2 R a f a e l_________________________t h e k itc h e n to m o rro w m o rn in g . 3 W e _________________________o u r fla t o n S a tu rd a y . 4 M ia a n d E d _________________________T V to n ig h t. 5 T h e y _________________________o n T u e s d a y e v e n in g . 6 I _________________________to S c o tla n d a t th e w e e k e n d .

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GRAMMAR REFERENCE 2 M a k e Yes/No q u e s tio n s a n d s h o r t a n s w e rs . 1 y o u /c h a n g e jo b s A A re you going to change jobs________________________ B / Yes. I am.____________ 2 h e /b u y /n e w h o u s e A _________________________________________________________ B X _____________________ 3 S a fia h a n d F u a d /m o v e a b r o a d n e x t m o n th A _________________________________________________________ B / _________________________ 4 th e c h ild r e n /s in g fo r u s to m o rro w A _________________________________________________________ B X _________________________ 5 s h e /s tu d y C h in e s e A _________________________________________________________ B / _________________________ 3 C o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n b e tw e e n A n g e la A a n d N ick N w ith th e c o r r e c t fo rm o f going to a n d th e v e r b s in b ra c k e ts . U se c o n tr a c tio n s w h e re p o s s ib le . A W h a t 1 are y o u going to do do to m o rro w N I 2_________________________g e t u p v e ry e a rly a n d go s h o p p in g . A W h a t 3_________________________b u y N A p r e s e n t fo r m y n e ig h b o u r F io n a . A Is it h e r b irth d a y N N o its n o t h e r b irth d a y . S h e 4_________________________ s ta r t a n e w jo b in M a la y s ia n e x t w e ek . A M a la y sia H o w e x c itin g W h a t 5_________________________ s h e _________________________do th e re N S h e s a d o c to r. So s h e 6_________________________ w o rk in a b ig h o s p ita l in K o ta B h a ru . S h e ’s 7_________________________ le a rn M alay . 1 0 . 3 w o u ld lik e Positive + l/You/He/She/lt/We/They d like would like a drink. to see the menu. Yes/No questions Would l/you/he/she/it/we/ they like a doughnut to come to my party • We use would iike/d like to say what we want. It means the same as / want but its more polite. Id like a biscuit. Shed like to speak to him. • After would like we use a noun or the infinitive with to. Leo would like a sandwich. I would like to order now. NOT fweuld-Hke ofder-now: • Would is the same for all persons / you etc.. We dont add -s to like for he/she/it. He would like ... NOT He would-likes • We use the question form Would you like... to offer something to someone. We dont use do with would for questions. would you like a drink NOT Do you would like a drink • we answer the question Would you lik e ... with Yes please. or No thank you. A Would you like an apple B Yes please./ No thank you. • When we dont want something we say / dont want.... NOT / wouldnt like... 2 C o m p le te th e c o n v e rs a tio n b e tw e e n D o m in ik D a n d G e o rg e G w ith I like Id like would you like o r do you like. D So w h a t 1 would you Like to d o to d a y G W e ll2_________________________to g o fo r a w a lk a r o u n d R ic h m o n d P a rk a n d th e n h a v e s o m e lu n c h . D 3_________________________ K o re a n fo o d G Yes I d o . I lo v e it D T h e r e s a v e ry g o o d K o re a n r e s ta u r a n t o n th e h ig h s t r e e t . 4_________________________to h a v e lu n c h th e re G Y es g re at D W h e re 5_________________________to g o in t h e a f te rn o o n G I d o n ’t re a lly lik e m u s e u m s b u t 6________________________ to s e e H a m p to n C o u rt P a la c e . A n d is th e r e a g o o d s h o p p in g m a ll 7_________________________s h o p p in g . D T h e r e a re lo ts o f g o o d s h o p s in c e n tr a l L o n d o n . 8_________________________ to g o th e r e to m o rro w G Id lo v e to b u t Im g o in g to le a v e e a rly to m o rro w . D OK n o p ro b le m . 9_________________________to c o m e to o u r h o u s e fo r d i n n e r to n ig h t G O h y es p le a s e . T h a t s o u n d s g re at 135 1 i r d g t h e c o r r e c t o p t io n . 1 A f V o u id / D o y o u l i k e a s a n d w ic h B N o t h a n k s . I m n o t h u n g r y . 2 A W o u l d / D o y o u l i k e s w im m in g B N o I d o n ’t . I c a n t s w im . 3 A W o u l d / D o y o u l i k e a h o t d r in k B Y e s p le a s e . I ’d li k e a c o ffe e . 4 A W h a t m u s ic w o u l d / d o y o u lik e B I l i k e p o p m u s ic . 5 A W h a t w o u l d / d o y o u l i k e d o in g i n y o u r f r e e t im e B I li k e g o in g to a r t g a lle r ie s . G R 1 0 .3 1 Id like a juice please. 2 A would you like a sandwich B Yes please. 3 A would you like to watch TV B No thank you. Im fine. 4 A What would you like to eat B A small salad please.

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Audioscripts Unit 1 First meetings 1 .4 ı P H e llo I ’m P a u l. H H i Im H a vva . P N ic e to m e e t y o u H a vva . H A n d y o u . A rc y o u h e re o n b u s in e s s P Y e s I a m . A n d y o u A re y o u h e re o n b u s in e s s H N o I ’m n o t. I ’m o n h o lid a y . 2 A H e llo I ’m A lis a . 1 H i I ’m Jo sue . A N ic e to m e e t y o u . A re y o u h e re o n b u s in e s s I Y e s I a m . A I ’m h e re o n b u s in e s s too. 3 S H e llo I ’m S u n il. I H i I ’m J u lie . S N ic e to m e e t y o u J u lie . J A n d y o u . A re y o u h e re o n h o lid a y S N o I ’m n o t. I ’m h e re to s tu d y . A n d y o u A re y o u o n h o lid a y I Y e s I a m . 1.5 1.6 » P H e llo I ’m P a u l. H H i I ’m H a vva . P N ic e to m e e t y o u H a vva . H A n d y o u . A re y o u h e re o n b u s in e s s P Y e s I a m . A n d y o u A re y o u h e re o n b u sin e ss H N o I ’m n o t. I ’m h e re o n h o lid a y . 1.7 S H e llo I ’m S u n il. I H i I ’m J u lie . S N ic e to m e e t y o u J u lie . J A n d y o u . A re y o u h e re o n h o lid a y S N o Im n o t. I ’m h e re to s tu d y . A n d y o u A re y o u o n h o lid a y I Y e s l a m . 1-8 1 I ’m h e re to stu d y . 2 Y o u ’re h e re o n h o lid a y . 3 A re y o u Fra n c e sc a 4 I ’m P e te r. N ic e to m e e t y o u . 5 A re y o u o n b u s in e s s 1 .9 o n e tw o th re e fo u r fiv e s ix se v e n e ig h t n in e te n 1.10 1 th e U S A 2 B r a z il 3 th e U K 4 S p a in 5 R u s s ia 6 T u r k e y 7 C h in a 8 Japan 9 In d o n e sia 10 A u s tra lia 1.12 1 N u m b e r o n e i s C h in a . 2 N u m b e r tw o i s th e U S A . 3 N u m b e r th re e i s In d o n e sia . 4 N u m b e r f o u r i s B ra z il. 5 N u m b e r fiv e i s R u s s ia . 6 N u m b e r s ix i s Japan. 7 N u m b e r se v e n i s T u rk e y . 8 N u m b e r e ig h t i s th e U K . 9 N u m b e r n in e i s S p a in . 1 0 N u m b e r te n i s A u s tra lia . 1 .1 5 | 1 P W h e re a re y o u fro m A lis a A I ’m fro m R u s s ia . P W h e re i n R u ss ia A Im fro m M o sc o w . A n d y o u P a u l P I ’m fro m A b e rd e e n . I h a t ’s A b e rd e e n in th e U S A n o t A b e rd e e n in th e U K 2 P S o lu lie y o u a nd F ra n k a re h e re o n h o lid a y . W h e re a re y o u fro m J W e ’re fro m A u s tra lia . P W h e re i n A u s tra lia A re y o u fro m S y d n e y F N o . w e a re n ’t. W e ’re f ro m P e rth . 1 .1 6 1 A W h e re a re y o u fro m A lis a B I ’m fro m R u s s ia . 2 A A n d y o u P a u l B I ’m fro m A b e rd e e n . 3 A W h e re in A u stra lia B W e ’re fro m P e rth . 4 A A re y o u fro m S y d n e y B N o w e a re n ’t. 1.2 0 / e i/ A H J K / i:/ B C D E G P T V I d F I . M N S X Z la i/ I Y fool O / ju :/ Q U W /a :/ R 1.21 1 g 6 y 2 e 7 i 3 f 8 q 4 c 9 h 5 r 1 0 o 1.22 I 1 E - L - I- N - O - R 2 J -A -C -Q -U -I 3 J -O -R -G - E 4 P - A - U - L - A 5 J -O -A -N 1.231 1 A W h a ts y o u r na m e B M y n a m e ’s B ill. A H o w d o y o u s p e ll tha t B B - I - L - L . A B - l- L - L B Y e s th a t’s rig h t 2 A W h a ts y o u r na m e B M y n a m e ’s A y lin . A H o w d o y o u s p e ll tha t B A - Y - L - l- N A A - Y - L - I- N B Y e s th a t’s rig h t. 3 A W h a t’s y o u r na m e B M y n a m e ’s S te p h a n ie . A H o w d o y o u s p e ll tha t B S - T - E - P - H - A - N - I- E . A S - T - E - P - H - A - N - I- E B Y e s th a t’s rig h t. 4 A W h a t’s y o u r na m e B M y n a m e ’s R o g e r. A H o w d o y o u s p e ll th a t B R - O - G - E - R . A R -O -G -E - R B Y e s th a t’s rig h t. 1.25 Ja n e H e llo . A re y o u h e re f o r th e G H Q c o n fe re n c e H a w a Y e s I a m . Ja n e W h a t’s y o u r n a m e H a v v a M y n a m e s Y ilm a z . H a w a Y ilm a z . Ja n e H o w d o y o u s p e ll tha t H a w a Y - I- L - M - A - Z . Ja n e W h e re a re y o u fro m H a w a H a w a I ’m fro m T u rk e y . Ja n e A n d w h a t’s y o u r p h o n e n u m b e r H a w a It ’s 0 0 9 0 5 T 0 15 8 8 9 4 5 0 . Jane T h a n k s . H a v e a g o o d day. Ja n e H e llo . A re y o u h e re f o r th e G H Q c o n fe re n c e J o su e Y e s I a m . Jane W h a ts y o u r n a m e J o su e M y n a m e i s S a n to s Jo su e S a m o s. Ja n e H o w d o y o u s p e ll tha t J o su e S a n to s S - A - N - T - O - S . Ja n e W h e re a re y o u fro m Jo sue J o su e I ’m fro m B r a z il. Ja n e A n d w h a t’s y o u r p h o n e n u m b e r lo s u e It ’s 0 0 5 5 2 2 8 3 4 0 -7 6 1 9 9 . Ja n e G re a t. W e ll h a ve a g o o d d a y Josue . 1.26 Ja n e H e llo . A re y o u h e re f o r th e G H Q c o n fe re n c e H a w a Y e s I a m . la n e W h a t’s y o u r n a m e H a w a M y n a m e s Y ilm a z . H a w a Y ilm a z . la n e H o w d o y o u s p e ll tha t 136

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AUDIOSCRIPTS Havva Y - I- L - M - A - Z . Jane W h e re a re y o u f ro m H a vva Havva Im fro m T u rk e y . Jane A n d w h a t’s y o u r p h o n e n u m b e r Havva It s 0 0 9 0 5 4 0 1 5 8 8 9 4 5 0 . Jane T h a n k s . H a v e a g o od day. 1.27 J 1 A H i. H o w a re y o u B F in e th a n k s. A n d yo u A G re a t th a n k s. 2 A M o rn in g P a tric k . B G o o d m o rn in g . 3 A H a v e a n ic e day. B T h a n k s . Y o u to o . 4 A B ye . S e e y o u la te r. B G o o d b ye . 1.29 H e llo . G o o d m o rn in g . H o w a re y o u H a v e a n ic e day. G o o d b ye . H a v e a g o o d day. S e e y o u la te r. H a v e a n ic e day. G o o d m o rn in g . H e llo . H o w a re y o u S e e y o u la te r H a v e a g o o d day. G o o d b ye . 1.30 A H e llo I ’m G a ry . B I Ii Im S a lly . A N ic e to m e e t y o u S a lly . B Y o u to o . A re y o u h e re o n h o lid a y A N o I ’m n o t. I ’m h e re o n b u s in e s s . A n d y o u B Im h e re to stu d y . 1.311 1 M y n a m e ’s L y n d a . L - Y - N - D - A 2 A W h a ts y o u r la s t n a m e B F re n c h . F - R - E - N - C - H 3 A W e a re fro m Y a ro s la v l i n R u s s ia . B Y a ro sla v l H o w d o y o u s p e ll that A Y - A - R - O - S - L - A - V - L 4 A W h a ts y o u r p h o n e n u m b e r B 0 1 6 3 2 9 6 2 8 8 3 7 Unit 2 Questions 2.1 1 a ta b le t 2 a p h o n e 3 a w a lle t 4 a k e y 5 a n o te p a d 6 an a p p le 7 a la p to p 8 a p en 9 a b o o k 10 an u m b re lla 2.2 1 fiv e b o o k s 2 te n p h o n e s 3 th re e k e y s 4 e ig h t p e n s 5 tw o w a lle ts 2.5 1 A W h a t’s t h is in E n g lis h B I t ’s a n u m b re lla . 2 A W h a t’s th a t in E n g lis h B I t ’s a w a lle t. 3 A W h a t a re th e se in E n g lis h B T h e y re n o te p a d s. 4 A W h a t a re th o s e i n E n g lis h B T h e y re p e n s. 2.6 1 A W h a t’s th is B It ’s a ta b le t. 2 A W h a t a re th e se in E n g lis h B T h e y a re k e y s. 3 A W h o ’s th a t B It ’s m y frie n d L y n n e . 4 A W h a t a re th o s e i n E n g lis h B T h e y re p h o n e s. 2.9 1 t h ir t y 2 fo u rte e n 3 six te e n 4 e ig h ty 5 n in e ty 2.10 1 A W h a t’s t h is i n E n g lis h B It s a n u m b re lla . 2 A W h a t a re th e se B T h e y ’re a p p le s fro m E n g la n d . 3 A W h a t a re th e se in E n g lis h B T h e y re k e y s. 4 A W h a t’s th is A la p to p B N o it ’s a ta b le t. 2.11 1 e ig h te e n la p to p s 2 t h irt y - f iv e p e n s 3 tw o u m b re lla s 4 f o rt y a p p le s 5 a b o o k 6 n in e b a g s 2.12 § 1 A L o o k at th is B W o w A ta b le t 2 A H o w m a n y le tte rs a re th e re in th e E n g lis h a lp ha b e t B T h e re a re tw e n ty -s ix le tte rs . A B C D E F G . . . 3 A T h e re a re t h ir t y s t u d e n ts a nd fifte e n b o o k s. B S o w e c a n w o r k in p a irs . 4 A H e llo I ’m h e re fo r th e c o n fe re n c e . M y n a m e s F ra n tz e n P a u l F ra n tz e n . B W e lc o m e M r F ra n tz.e n . N ic e to m e e t y o u . A N ic e to m e e t y o u to o . U m ... w h e re ’s th e c o m p u te r ro o m B T h e re a re th re e la p to p s y o u c a n u se o v e r th e re . A T h a n k s . 2.13 1 E r i k ’s a n e n g in e e r. 2 H a s s a n ’s a stu d e n t. 3 T h ie r r y s a w a ite r. 4 A sy a s a n u rs e . 5 S o n ja ’s a d o c to r. 6 K u m ik o ’s a sh o p a ss ista n t. 7 D a is y ’s a te acher. 8 Y a n n i’s a ta x i d riv e r. 2.14 d o c to r e n g in e e r n u rs e s h o p a s s is ta n t s tu d e n t ta x i d riv e r te a c h e r w a ite r 2.15 A T h is i s m y f rie n d F e rn a n d o . B I s h e a stu d e n t A N o h e is n t . H e ’s a te a c h e r in a s c h o o l in M e xic o . B I s it a la n g u a g e sc h o o l A Y e s it is . A n d th e se a re m y f rie n d s Jack a nd K a tie . B A re th e y d o c to rs A N o th e y a re n t. T h e y ’re n u r s e s in a h o s p ita l in L o n d o n . 2.16 » A W h e re s R o b so n S tre e t B I t ’s in V a n c o u v e r C anada. A W h e re s th e C h a m p s -L ly sc e s B I t ’s in P a ris Fra n c e . 2.17 1 A W h e re s M a rie B S h e s o n th e C h a m p s-H ly se e s. 2 A W h e re s Jo hn B H e ’s o n R o b so n S tre e t. 3 A W h e re a re S v e n a n d M a x B T h e y re o n A b b e y R o a d . 4 A W h e re ’s A b b e y Road B I t ’s in L o n d o n in th e U K . 2.18 A H i L e w is . H e le n h e re . H o w a re y o u B F in e th a n k s. A A re y o u at h o m e B N o I ’m in L o n d o n . A R e a lly W h e re i n L o n d o n B I ’m at th e V ic to ria a nd A lb e rt M u s e u m . A W h e re s tha t B I t ’s o n C ro m w e ll R o a d n e a r th e S c ie n c e M u s e u m . A W o w I s M a x w it h y o u B Y e s h e is . W e re h e re o n h o lid a y . 137

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2.19 1 A W h e re s lis g a r d Stre e t B It s in C h in a to w n . 2 A W h e re s th e M c P h e rs o n P la y h o u se B It s n e a r C ity H a ll. 3 A W h e re s th e R o b e rt B a te m a n C e ntre B I t ’s o n B e lle v ille S tre e t. 4 A W h e re ’s T h u n d e r b ird P a rk B I t ’s n e x t to th e R o y a l B r it is h C o lu m b ia M u s e u m . 5 A W h e re a re th e Y M C A a n d Y W C A B T h e y ’re n e a r th e C o u rth o u s e . 2.20 1 A W h a t tim e i s it B I t ’s o n e o c lo c k. 2 A W h a t lim e i s it B I t ’s tw o o h fiv e . 3 A W h a t t im e i s it B I t ’s th re e te n . 4 A W h a t tim e i s it B I t ’s lo u r fifte e n . 5 A W h a t lim e i s it B I t ’s s ix tw e n ty -fiv e . 6 A W h a t lim e i s il B I t ’s se v e n t h irt y . 7 A W h a t tim e i s it B I t ’s n in e fo rty . 8 A W h a t tim e i s it B It s tw e lv e fifty -fiv e . 2.22 1 e le v e n fifte e n 2 o n e t h irt y 3 tw e lv e o c lo c k 4 n in e fo rty -fiv e 5 tw o fo rty 6 fiv e tw e n ty 7 se v e n th irt y -th re e 8 te n o h se v e n 2.23 1 A W h a t lim e ’s th e film B It s at se v e n t h irt y . A O K . T h a n k s . 2 A W h a t tim e ’s th e m e e tin g B I t ’s f ro m tw o o c lo c k to f o u r o’c lo c k. A O K . G o o d . 3 A E x c u s e m e . W h a t t im e s th e n e x t tra in B O n e m o m e n t. It s a t te n fo rty -tw o . A G re a t. T h a n k s . 2.24 » The Fantastic 4 84 Charing Cross Road 9 to 5 12 Years a Slave 100 Degrees Below Zero 17 Again 2.25 A T h is i s m y frie n d Sa ra . B I s s h e f ro m S p a in A N o sh e i s n ’t. S h e s f ro m B ra z il. B W h a t’s h e r jo b A S h e ’s a stu d e n t. B I s s h e at u n iv e rs it y A Y e s sh e is . W e ’re at th e sa m e u n iv e rs it y in R io d o Ja n e iro . 2.26 T h e S h e rlo c k H o lm e s M u s e u m i s o n B a k e r S tre e t. It i s n e a r M a ry le b o n e a nd B a k e r S tre e t sta tio n s . M a d a m e T u s s a u d s i s o n M a ry le b o n e R o a d . It i s n e x t to B a k e r S tre e t sta tio n . L o n d o n Z o o i s i n T h e R e g e n t’s P a rk . H ie e n tra n c e i s o n P rin c e A lb e rt R oa d . Unit 3 People and possessions 3.11 1 a g re a t b o o k 4 a h a rd jo b 2 a f u n n y f ilm 5 a c le v e r w o m a n 3 a f rie n d ly d o g 6 a lo v e ly c ity 3.2 a m a n m e n a w o m a n w o m e n a p e rs o n p e o p le a c h ild c h ild re n 3.31 1 A n t o n y s m y n e ig h b o u r H e ’s g o t a fla t in m y b u ild in g . H e ’s a w a ite r in a n Ita lia n re sta u ra n t. H e ’s a f rie n d ly m a n a n d h e ’s got a n ic e cat. H is n a m e ’s M r M u f f in . 2 M r a n d M r s T h o m p s o n a re m y n e ig h b o u rs . T h e y ’re fro m N e w Z e a la n d a nd th e y re lo v e ly p e o p le . M r T h o m p s o n i s a te a c h e r in a b ig sc h o o l a nd M r s T h o m p s o n i s a d o c to r. T h e y ’ve g o t fo u r c h ild re n a n d tw o d og s. 3.4 7 0 o f p e o p le i n th e w o rld h a ve g o t a m o b ile p h o n e . 9 o f p e o p le in th e w o rld h a ve g o t a car. 2 0 o f p e o p le i n th e w o rld ha ve g o t a T V . 3 0 o f p e o p le i n th e w o rld h a ve g o t a b a n k a cc o unt. 2 o f p e o p le in th e w o rld h a ve g o t a p et. 4 0 o f p e o p le i n th e w o rld ha ve g o t a b ic y c le . 3.5 1 3 0 o f p e o p le in th e w o rld h a ve g o t a b a n k a ccount. 2 1 in 5 p e o p le in th e w o rld h a s g o t a T V . 3 6 0 o f p e o p le in th e w o rld h a v e n t g o t a b ic y c le . 4 9 1 o f p e o p le in th e w o rld h a v e n ’t g o t a car. 3.6 1 A H a v e y o u got a b ic yc le B Y e s I ha ve. 2 A H a v e y o u g o t a car B N o I h a v e n t. 3 A H a s y o u r b e st frie n d g o t a pet B N o h e h a s n ’t. 3.7 » 1 A H a v e y o u g o t a pet B N o I h a v e n ’t. A n d y o u A Y e s I ha ve . Iv e g o t a dog. 2 A H a s y o u r b e st f rie n d g o t a m o b ile p h o n e B Y e s h e h a s. 3 A H a s sh e g o t a car B N o s h e h a s n ’t. S h e s g o t a b ic y c le . 3.10 J 1 A H a v e y o u g o t a la p op B N o I h a v e n ’t. A n d y o u A Y e s I have. B I s i t a n e w la p to p A N o it ’s th re e y e a rs o ld . 2 A H a v e y o u g o t a b ic yc le B Y e s I do. A I s it a n e x p e n siv e b ic yc le B Y e s it is . 3 A H a v e y o u g o t a pet B N o I h a v e n ’t. A n d y o u A I ’ve g o t a cat. B I s i t o ld A N o it ’s o n ly tw o . 3.111 A H a v e y o u g o t a pet B N o I h a v e n ’t. A n d y o u A I ’ve g o t a cat. B I s it o ld A N o it ’s o n ly tw o . 3.12 1 D e re k i s A n n a ’s fa th e r a n d C a ro l i s h e r m o th e r. 2 C h a rlie a nd A n n a a re h u sb a n d a n d w ife . 3 A n d y a nd A n n a a re b ro th e r a nd s is te r. 4 O liv ia i s C h a rlie a nd A n n a s d a u g h te r a nd F e rg u s i s t h e ir s o n . 5 D e re k a n d C a ro l a re F e rg u s O liv ia a nd K a tie ’s g ra n d p a re n ts. 3.13 » 1 g ra n d fa th e r g ra n d m o th e r g ra n d p a re n ts 2 fa th e r m o th e r p a re n ts 3 s o n d a u g h te r c h ild re n 4 b ro th e r s is t e r 5 h u s b a n d w ife 3.14 A It s a n ic e f a m ily p h o to . B Y e s it is . S o i s h e th e fa th e r A Y e s a n d th e w o m a n n e x t to h im i s h is w ife . B I se e . A n d th e se tw o a re t h e ir c h ild re n A Y e s th e g ir l i s t h e ir d a u g h te r a n d th e b o y is h e r b ro th e r. B W e ha ve o n e b o y a n d o n e g ir l i n o u r f a m ily lo o . 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AUDIOSCRIPTS 3.15 I m y y o u y o u r h e h is s h e h e r it it s w e o u r th e y th e ir 3.16 1 A id e e n i s m y b ro th e r’s w ife . 2 M a ric h k a a nd M ik o la js d a u g h te r i s te n . 3 M y h u s b a n d ’s n a m e i s S h u a n g . 4 T h is i s X a v ie r a n d C a rm e n s s o n C ristd b a l. 3.17 A H a v e y o u g o t a n y b ro th e rs a n d s is te rs B Y e s Iv e g o t tw o s is t e r s . A W h a t a re t h e ir n a m e s B A g n e ta a nd In g a . A g n e ta i s tw e n ty -s ix a nd In g a s tw e n ty -o n e . A W h a t a re t h e ir jo b s B W e ll A g n e ta ’s g o t a jo b in a b a n k a n d In g a ’s a stu d e n t. A A re th e y m a rrie d B In g a is n t m a rrie d b u t A g n e ta is . H e r h u s b a n d s a n e n g in e e r. 3.18 1 M y m o th e r’s ca r i s v e ry o ld . 2 F ra n k s a teacher. 3 M y g ra n d fa th e rs ric h . 4 S a ra h s g o t a f rie n d ly dog. 3.19 C a rlo i s m y f rie n d . H e ’s a n e n g in e e r. H e s g ot a g o o d jo b w it h th e e a r c o m p a n y F ia t. H e ’s m a rrie d a n d h e s g o t a d a u g h te r. 3.20 » N ic o le s o u r n e ig h b o u r. S h e ’s got iw o y o u n g c h ild re n a b o y a n d a g ir l. T h e g ir l’s n a m e i s Iv y a n d s h e ’s g o t m a n y f rie n d s in th e b u ild in g . T h e b o y s n a m e is R o b e rt. H e ’s got a p e t d og c a lle d J u n io r. T o n y i s N ic o le ’s h u sb a n d . H e ’s g o t a jo b in th e s c h o o l n e x t to o u r b u ild in g . 3.21 1 A A fte r y o u . B O h th a n k s. 2 A A tis h o o B B le s s y o u 3 A Te a B Y e s p le a se . 4 A T h a n k s v e ry m u c h . B Y o u ’re w e lc o m e . 5 A E x c u s e m e . T h a t ’s m y se a t. B O h Im s o s o rry . 6 A E x c u s e m e . W h e re ’s th e to ile t B S o r r y I d o n ’t k n o w . 7 A C a n I s it h e re B Y e s o f c o u rse . 8 A S o r r y I ’m la te. B T h a t ’s O K . D o n ’t w o rry . 3.23 8 1 O h s o rry . 2 T h a n k y o u v e ry m u c h . 3 S o r r y Im la te . 4 C a n I s it h e re 3.24 1 S te fa n H e lls a c le v e r m a n . 2 Birdm an s a f u n n y f ilm . 3 V ie n n a ’s a n ic e c ity . 4 M y n e ig h b o u rs a re lo v e ly p e o p le . 5 M o ro c c o s a f rie n d ly c o u n try . 6 I s te a c h in g a h a rd jo b 3.25 1 A H a v e y o u a n d F re d got p e ls B N o w e h a v e n t. B u t m y m o th e rs g o t n in e c a ls. A N in e H a s s h e g o t a b ig h o u se B N o sh e h a s n t. It ’s a s m a ll h o u se b u t it s got a g a rd e n . 2 A H a v e y o u r p a re n ts got a car B N o th e y h a v e n ’t. W e h a v e n ’t g o t c a rs in o u r fa m ily . I h a v e n ’t g o t a car m y b ro th e r h a s n t g o t a e a r a n d m y p a re n ts h a v e n ’t g o t a car. A W h a t tra n s p o rt ha ve y o u got B W e v e g o t b ic y c le s. 3.26 O u r h o u s e i s at n u m b e r 3 6 J u d so n S tre e t. W e ’ve g o t n e ig h b o u rs at n u m b e r 3 4 a nd n u m b e r 3 8 . O u r n e ig h b o u rs at 3 4 a re c a lle d L in d a a nd C h a rlie . C h a rlie ’s a w a ite r in a re sta u ra n t. L in d a s a n u rs e b u t s h e ’s at h o m e n o w b eca use th e y v e g o t tw o y o u n g c h ild re n . T h e y ’ve got a d og to o - B e n ji. O u r n e ig h b o u rs a t 3 8 are u n iv e r s it y stu d e n ts . S ix p e o p le liv e in th e h o u se . B u t th e y h a v e n ’t g o t a n y p e ts th e y lo v e o u r stre e t a nd th e y re v e ry frie n d ly . Unit 4 My life 4.3 1 liv e in K e n y a / liv e in a fla t 2 s t u d y at a s c h o o l/ s t u d y E n g lis h 3 go a b ro a d /g o to Ita ly 4 w o r k f o r a c h a rity / w o rk in a n o ffic e 5 p la y b a sk e tb a ll/ p la y th e v io lin 6 lik e c o m ic s / lik e c a rs 7 te a ch y o u n g p e o p le /te a c h E n g lis h 8 w a tc h T V / w a tc h f ilm s 9 re a d n e w sp a p e rs/ re a d b o o k s 4.4 1 3 5 o f p e o p le in L o n d o n in th e U K d riv e to w o rk . 2 A lo t o f p e o p le in S w itz e rla n d go to w o rk b y tra in . O v e r 2 9 0 0 t ra in s go th ro u g h Z u r ic h sta tio n e v e ry day. 3 I n th e U S A 4 m illio n p e o p le w a lk to w o r k o r sc h o o l. 4 I n C o p e n h a g e n D e n m a rk 3 6 o f p e o p le c yc le to w o rk sc h o o l o r u n iv e rs it y . 5 I n S y d n e y A u s tra lia 1 7 o f p e o p le g o to w o rk o n p u b lic tra n s p o rt. S o m e p e o p le go b y fe rry . 6 A lo t o f p e o p le i n V ie tn a m go to w o rk b y m o to rb ik e . H a n o i h a s 3 m illio n m o to rb ik e s . 7 I n S a o P a u lo B r a z il 6 m illio n p e o p le go b y b u s e v e ry d a y. 4.5 C M y n a m e ’s C h ris t in a . I liv e in C o p e n h a g e n a n d I c yc le to w o rk . I d o n t go b y b u s b e c a use m y h o u s e i s fifte e n m in u t e s fro m m y w o rk . P M y n a m e s P e d ro a n d I liv e in Sa o P a u lo w it h m y b ro th e r. W e d riv e to w o rk in h is car. W e d o n t lik e b u s e s - th e y ha ve to o m a n y p e o p le . T M y n a m e i s T a i. Im a s tu d e n t in H a n o i. I d o n t d riv e to u n iv e rs it y . I d o n ’t h a ve a car. I g o b y m o to rb ik e . M o to rb ik e s a re v e ry cheap h e re . C M y n a m e i s C a n d ic e . W e liv e in J o h a n n e sb u rg i n S o u th A fric a . I w a lk to w o rk . B u t m y h u sb a n d Ja m e s w o r k s in P re to ria . It ’s s e v e n ty k ilo m e t re s to P re to ria . H e d o e sn ’t w a lk to w o rk . H e g o e s b y tra in . 4.6 1 W e d o n ’t w o rk n e a r th e c e n tre . 2 C h ris t in a d o e sn t liv e in N e w Y o rk . 3 T h e c ity d o e sn ’t h a ve g o o d b u se s. 4 T h e t ra in s d o n t g o to E s s e x R o a d . 5 P e d ro d o e sn t g o to w o rk b y b u s. 6 I d o n t lik e o ld fe rrie s . 4.7 1 M y b ro th e r’s g o t a h o u s e n e a r V a n c o u ve r. 2 H e lik e s th e c ity a lo t b u t h is h o u s e is n ’t in th e c ity . 3 H e ’s a ta x i d riv e r a nd h e lo v e s it . 4 H e h a s n ’t g o t a car. 5 H is c h ild re n a re n in e te e n a n d tw e n ty -th re e b u t th e y d o n ’t d riv e . 6 T h e y 1 ve g o t m o to rb ik e s. 4.8 M y n a m e ’s Y e -e u n . I liv e w it h m y p a re n ts in S o u t h K o re a . M y b ro th e r B o n -h w a d o e sn ’t liv e w it h u s . H e liv e s in A u s tra lia . I ’m a s tu d e n t at u n iv e rs it y . B o n -h w a i s n ’t a stu d e n t. H e ’s a c h e f in a re sta u ra n t. H e ’s g o t a n ic e fla t a nd a car. I h a v e n t g o t a car. I g o to th e u n iv e r s it y b y b u s. A t th e w e e k e n d I stu d y b u t B o n -h w a g o e s to th e b each. H e ’s v e ry h a p p y in A u s tra lia . I w a n t to go a b ro a d to o 4.9 M o n d a y T u e s d a y W e d n e sd a y T h u rs d a y F rid a y S a tu rd a y S u n d a y 4.11 » I S o H e le n a . D o y o u get u p e a rly H Y e s I d o F ro m M o n d a y to F rid a y I get u p at 5 .0 0 a nd c h e c k m y e m a ils . M y c h ild re n get u p at a b o u t 6 .3 0 a n d w e h a ve b re a kfa st. I W h a t tim e d o y o u go to w o rk H I le a ve th e h o u s e a t 7 .3 0 a n d I go to w o rk b y tra in . I s t a rt w o rk at 8 .0 0 a nd I f in is h at a b o u t 6 p .m . I g et h o m e at a b o u t 6 .3 0 . I D o y o u h a ve d in n e r w it h y o u r fa m ily H Y e s I do. W e eat at a b o u t 7 .3 0 . A fte r d in n e r I w o rk a g a in a n d I go to b ed a t te n . I D o e s y o u r h u s b a n d w o rk H N o h e d o e s n t b e c a use w e h a ve n in e c h ild re n T h e y a re aged f ro m tw o y e a rs o ld to tw e n ty -o n e . I D o th e y a ll liv e at h o m e H N o th e y d o n ’t. S e v e n c h ild re n liv e at h o m e . I D o y o u w o r k at th e w e e ke n d 139

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H Y e s I do. B u t o n S a tu rd a y e v e n in g s I w a tc h a f ilm w ith m y f a m ily . A n d w e s o m e tim e s go o u t w it h f rie n d s . 4.13 1 C E x c u s e m e . D o y o u ha ve a n y u m b re lla s S A Y e s. T h e y ’re o v e r th e re n e a r th e w in d o w . C G re a t. T h a n k y o u . 2 S A C a n I h e lp y o u C N o th a n k s. J u st lo o k in g . 3 S A I s th a t e v e ry th in g C N o I n e e d v ita m in s to o . 4 C H o w m u c h i s t h is ta b le t p le a se S A It s £ 7 5 . C O K . I ’l l ta ke it. 4.15 1 O K . T h a t s € 6 .4 9 p le a se . 2 A H o w m u c h i s t h is p h o n e p le a se B It s £ 9 6 . 3 I t ’s a v e ry e x p e n siv e cafe. A c u p o f coffee i s £ 5 .7 5 . 4 A flo w m u c h a re th e se p le a se B T h e y re 2 4 .9 0 . 4.16 1 A W h a t tim e d o y o u get u p B I get u p at 8 a .m . A T h a t ’s la te . W h e n d o y o u s t a rt w o rk B A t 9 a .m . B u t m y w o rk i s v e ry n e a r m y h o u se . 2 A D o y o u w o r k at h o m e B N o I d o n ’t. B u t m y h u sb a n d w o r k s at h o m e . A W h a t jo b d o e s h e do B H e w o rk s f o r a n e w sp a p e r. H e s a jo u rn a lis t . 4-17 A W h e re d o y o u w o rk B I w o rk in a ca r fa c to ry . I w o rk n ig h ts . A W h a t t im e d o y o u s t a rt w o rk B I s t a rt at 8 p .m . a n d f in is h at 4 a .m . A W o w W h e n d o y o u go to bed B I get h o m e at 5 a .m . a n d I go to b ed at 7 a .m . A W h a t tim e d o y o u g et u p B I get u p a ro u n d 2 p .m . A 2 p .m . W h a t d o y o u th e n B I h a ve b re a k fa st a nd I th e n I go to m y d a u g h te rs s c h o o l. H e r s c h o o l f in is h e s at 3 p .m . T h e n w e w a lk h o m e to g e th e r. M y w ife g e ts h o m e at fiv e a n d w e h a ve d in n e r to g e th e r. Unit 5 Style and design 5 .1 » y e llo w g re e n re d b ro w n b lu e w h ite g re y b la c k 5.2 a A m a n i n a y e llo w T - s h ir t b la c k t ro u s e rs a nd w h ite tra in e rs . A w o m a n in a g re y to p a n d a g re y h a t. b A m a n in a b lu e ja c k e t a nd t ro u s e rs a nd a b lu e s h ir t . A w o m a n in a re d d re ss c A m a n in b lu e je a n s a nd a g re e n ju m p e r. A w o m a n in a re d to p a n d b lu e je a n s. d A m a n in a g re e n ju m p e r a n d b ro w n t ro u s e rs . A w o m a n in a b la c k lo p a g re y s k ir t a n d b la c k sh o e s. 5.3 d re s s h a t ja c k e t je a n s ju m p e r s h ir t sh o e s s k in to p t ra in e rs t ro u s e rs T - s h ir t 5.41 O n e -sy lla b le w o rd s : d re s s h a t je a n s s h ir t sh o e s s k ir t to p T w o - s y lla b le w o rd s : ja c k e t ju m p e r tra in e rs t ro u s e rs T - s h ir t 5 .5 1 A M y fa v o u rite b u ild in g i s in M u n ic h in G e rm a n y . B W h a t’s it s na m e A T h e A llia n z A re n a . B O h W h a t d o p e o p le d o th e re A T h e y p la y fo o tb a ll. It ’s a fo o tb a ll sta d iu m . B A n d w h y d o y o u lik e it A B e c a u se it c h a n g e s c o lo u r - re d th e n b lu e th e n w h ite . D iffe re n t te a m s p la y fo o tb a ll th e re . It ’s re d w h e n th e ‘B a y e rn M u n ic h ’ te a m p la y a n d b lu e w h e n ˈ 1 8 6 0 M u n ic h ’ p la y. A W h e n d o e s it c ha ng e to w h ite B It ’s w h ite f o r th e G e rm a n n a tio n a l team . B T h a t ’s a m a zin g . W h e n i s it o p e n A It s o p e n f ro m te n a .m .to s i x p .m . e v e ry day. 2 B M y fa v o u rite b u ild in g i s th e D a n c in g H o u se in th e C ze c h R e p u b lic . A W h e re is it B It s in P ra g u e . A W h a t d o p e o p le d o th e re B T h e y w o rk th e re . It s a n o ffic e b u ild in g . B u t p e o p le eat th e re to o . A O h W h e re d o th e y eat B T h e re s a re sta u ra n t o n th e to p flo o r. A W h y d o y o u lik e it B B e c a u se it s a n e x c itin g d e sig n . It ’s lik e tw o p e o p le d a n c in g . A W h e n i s i t o p e n B T h e re sta u ra n t i s o p e n fro m 1 2 m id d a y to 10 o’c lo c k at n ig h t. 5.8 1 W h e re d o y o u liv e 2 W h a t is y o u r fa v o u rite c o lo u r 3 W h e n d o th e s h o p s c lo se o n S a tu rd a y 4 W h y d o p e o p le lik e fa sh io n 5 W h e n d o e s y o u r f a m ily eat d in n e r 6 W h a t m u s ic d o y o u lik e 7 W h e re d o y o u b u y y o u r c lo th e s 8 W h y i s E n g lis h a u s e f u l la ng ua g e 5 .1 1 D A D o y o u k n o w t h is b u ild in g B N o w h a t i s it A It ’s M a rin a B a y S a n d s in S in g a p o re . It s a b ig h o te l w it h s h o p s a n d re sta u ra n ts . A n d i t ’s g o t a s w im m in g p o o l o n th e to p flo o r. B W o w I t lo o k s a m a zin g . A I k n o w . L o o k it s g o t a m u s e u m o f a rt a nd sc ie n c e to o . D o y o u w a n t to go B I d o n ’t k n o w . I t ’s v e ry e x p e n siv e . 5.12 1 b o d y 5 a rm 2 h e a d 6 h a n d 3 h a ir 7 le g 4 face 8 fo o t 5.13 J a rm - a rm s b o d y - b o d ie s face - faces h a n d - h a n d s he a d - h e a d s le g - le g s 5.14 / z /: a rm s b o d ie s h a n d s h e a d s le g s / iz / : faces 5.15 T h e s e w o m e n a re Ja p a ne se M aiko. T h e ir s t y le i s v e ry tra d itio n a l. T h e y ha ve b la c k h a ir a nd w h ite faces. T h e y p u t w h ite a nd re d flo w e rs o n to p o f t h e ir h e a d s. O n t h e ir b o d ie s th e y w e a r a tra d itio n a l d re s s c a lle d a k im o n o . O n t h e ir feet th e y w e a r b ig sh o e s m a d e o f w o o d . 5.17 1 A E x c u s e m e . W h e re d o I b u y a tic ke t B Y o u b u y y o u r tic k e t o n th e b u s. A O K th a n k s. 2 A H e llo . D o e s t h is b u s g o to L a s A re n a s B N o it d o e sn ’t. T h e n u m b e r t h irt e e n g o e s to L a s A re n a s. T h e m e tro g o e s th e re too. A O h O K . 3 A E x c u s e m e . W h a t t im e i s th e n e x t m e tro to L a s A re n a s B It le a ve s at 9 .3 5 . A G re a t th a n k s. 4 A H e llo . H o w m u c h i s it to L a s A re n a s B It s € 2 .1 5 sin g le . 5.18 1 W h e re d o I b u y a tic ke t 2 D o e s t h is b u s g o to L a s A re n a s 3 W h a t tim e i s th e n e x t m e tro to L a s A re n a s 4 H o w m u c h i s i t to L a s A re n a s 5.20 1 I f th e re i s a n y o n e f ly in g to Is t a n b u l to n ig h t w o u ld y o u p le a se ... 2 W e a re s o r r y to a n n o u n c e th a t th e 8 .4 5 to L o n d o n P a d d in g to n ... 3 ... th e d o o rs w ill c lo se tw o m in u t e s b e fo re d e p a rtu re . 4 W ill p a sse n g e rs fo r th e n e x t t ra in to N e w Y o rk p le a s e ... 5 T h is b u s w ill d e p a rt i n a p p ro x im a te ly fo u rte e n m in u te s . 6 T h is i s a n a n n o u n c e m e n t f o r p a sse n g e rs o n flig h t F W 1 6 3 2 le a v in g a t ... 5.21 A W h a t’s th e n a m e o fth a t b u ild in g o v e r th e re B O h it s c a lle d th e G h e rk in . A O h W h a t d o p e o p le d o th e re B T h e y w o rk . It s a n o ffic e b u ild in g . A I s i t o p e n to th e p u b lic B N o it is n ’t b u t p e o p le v is it th e p la za . A A h W h e n i s th e p la za o p e n B E v e ry day. A D o y o u lik e th e b u ild in g B Y e s I do. A W h y d o y o u lik e it B B e c a u se i t ’s v e ry d iffe re n t. 140

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AUDIOSCRIPTS 5.22 T h e tagelm ust i s a re a lly lo n g p ie c e o f d o th : fiv e to te n m e tre s. T u a re g m e n w e a r it o n t h e ir h e a d s a nd fa ces. I t s c o lo u r i s o fte n b lu e b u t s o m e tim e s it i s b la c k. B lu e i s a r ic h c o lo u r fo r th e T u a re g p e o p le . M e n w e a r th e tagelm ust b e c a use it i s b e a u tifu l a nd b e c a use th e s u n a nd w a nd i s v e ry s t ro n g in th e S a h a ra . T h e y d o n ’t w e a r i t in th e h o u s e b u t th e y a lw a y s w e a r it o u tsid e . Unit 6 Places and facilities 6.1 » b a n k c in e m a h o te l cafe m u s e u m p a rk re sta u ra n t sh o p s u p e rm a rk e t th e a tre 6.2 1 T h e re a re g o o d fa c ilitie s . 2 T h e re ’s a g re a t b a k e ry . 3 T h e re a re 4 0 0 0 p e o p le . 4 T h e re ’s a th e a tre . 5 T h e re a re s u p e rm a rk e ts a n d b a n k s. 6 T h e re a re n t a n y h o te ls. 7 T h e re is n ’t a th e a tre . 8 T h e re s a G e rm a n re sta u ra n t. 6.3 1 W i- f i 6 sa fe 2 a ir c o n d itio n in g 7 b a th 3 iro n 8 g y m 4 re fre s h m e n t s 9 c a r p a rk 5 lif t 1 0 to w e ls 6 .4 1 1 A H i. I h a ve a re se rv a tio n . T h e n a m e i s D a v is. B Y e s s ir . A ro o m f o r tw o n ig h ts . A T h a t s rig h t. I s th e re W i- f i in th e ro o m B Y e s th e re is . T h e p a s sw o rd i s g u e st 2 A H e llo . I s th e re a g y m i n th e h o te l B Y e s th e re is . I t ’s o n le v e l 1. A O h grea t. A re th e re a n y to w e ls in th e g ym B N o th e re a re n t. P le a se ta ke a to w e l fro m y o u r ro o m . 6.5 1 A I s th e re a h o te l e a r p a rk B Y e s th e re is. 2 A W h e re a re th e to ile ts B T h e y a re n e x t to th e g y m . 3 A I s th e re a b a th in th e b a th ro o m B N o th e re is n ’t. B u t th e re s a s h o w e r. 4 A A re th e re a n y re fre s h m e n t s in th e ro o m B Y e s th e re are. T h e m in i- b a r h a s g o t tea c o ffe e a n d w a te r. 6.7 1 A I s th e re a re sta u ra n t B Y e s th e re is . 2 A I s th e re a c in e m a B N o th e re i s n ’t. 3 A A re th e re a n y m u se u m s B N o th e re a re n ’t. 4 A A re th e re a n y g o o d sh o p s B Y e s th e re a re. 6 .81 1 T h e re ’s a p h o n e in th e ro o m . 2 T h e re ’s a b u s at 2 . 15. 3 T h e re a re tw o h o te ls in th e to w n . 4 T h e re a re s ix p e o p le i n th e p h o to . 6.9 » 1 A re th e re a n y to w e ls in th e ro o m 2 I s th e re a b u s to th e a irp o rt 3 I s th e re a re sta u ra n t i n th e h o te l 4 A re th e re a n y s h o p s n e a r th e m u se u m 6.10 1 A A re th e re a n y to w e ls in th e ro o m B Y e s th e re a re to w e ls in th e b a th ro o m . 2 A I s th e re a b u s to th e a irp o rt B Y e s th e re ’s a b u s at te n o’c lo c k a n d at tw o o’c lo c k. 3 A I s th e re a re sta u ra n t in th e h o te l B S o n y n o th e re i s n ’t. T h e re s a cafe n e a r th e h o te l. 4 A A re th e re a n y s h o p s n e a r th e m u se u m B N o th e re a re n ’t. B u t th e re a re s h o p s in th e c ity c e n tre . 6.11 A G o o d m o rn in g . I n e e d s o m e in fo rm a tio n a b o u t y o u r h o te l. B Y e s o f c o u rse . A M y B ig h t a rriv e s a 4 .3 0 a .m . o n F rid a y . W h a t’s th e b e st w a y to g et f ro m th e a irp o rt to th e h o te l B T h e b u s i s th e b e st w a y to get h e re . T h e re are tw o b u se s: th e 9 8 a n d th e 9 9 . T h e 9 9 g o e s e v e ry t h ir t y m in u te s . T h e re ’s a b u s sto p o n L o n d o n R o a d n e a r th e a irp o rt. A T h a n k s . I s th e h o te l n e a r th e c ity c e n tre I s it O K to w a lk B Y e s th e h o te l i s I N th e c ity c e n tre . I t ’s a fiv e - m in u te w a lk f ro m th e b u s sta tio n . A O h go od. U m m i s th e re W i- f i in th e h o te l B T h e re i s fre e W i- f i i n re c e p tio n b u t n o t in th e ro o m s . A O h . A n d i s th e re a re sta u ra n t in th e h o te l B T h e re s a s m a ll re sta u ra n t w h e re w e se rv e b re a k fa st. B re a k fa st i s b e tw e e n se v e n o c lo c k a n d te n o’c lo c k. A T h a t ’s O K . W h a t t im e i s c h e c k -in and c h e c k o u t f ro m th e h o te l B C h e c k -in i s a fte r 2 p .m . a n d c h e c k o u t i s b e fo re 11 a .m . A G re a t T h a n k y o u v e ry m u c h . B Y o u ’re w e lc o m e . 6.12 A S o w e ha ve th re e n ig h ts in H o C h i M in h C ity . B I k n o w . It s v e ry e x c itin g . T h e re a re so m e re a lly n ic e f la ts o n t h is w e b site . A O h . A re th e y e x p e n siv e B N o th e y ’re o n ly £ 3 0 a n ig h t. In ea ch fla t th e re ’s a b e d ro o m w it h a b ig b ed a nd a T V . A I la v e a ll th e f la t s got t h e ir o w n k itc h e n B Y e s th e re ’s a s m a ll k itc h e n w it h a frid g e a n d m ic ro w a v e a nd a d in in g area w it h tw o c h a ir s ... A rc y o u o n th e in te rn e t A Y e s I a m . B O K . I l l se n d y o u th e l in k to th e H a ts. A O n e m o m e n t ... O K y e s I ’ve g o t i t n o w ... O h - th e re is n ’t a liv in g ro o m . B Y e s th e re is . In P h o to 4 . T h e re ’s o n e liv in g ro o m f o r a ll th e fla ts. A O h y e s. I se e . I t ’s g o t a n ic e b ig s o f a ... A n d i s th e re a b a th i n th e b a th ro o m B N o th e re is n ’t. E a c h b a th ro o m h a s g o t a s h o w e r a n d a to ile t. A O K . A n d i s th e re a g a rd e n f o r each fla t B N o th e re is n ’t. B u t a ll th e fla ts h a ve got lo v e ly b a lc o n ie s w it h a b ig ta b le . In P h o to 6. W h a t d o y o u th in k A Y e s it lo o k s g re a t. L e t ’s b o o k it. 6.13 1 b ed 5 c h a ir 2 T V 6 so fa 3 frid g e 7 sh o w e r 4 m ic ro w a v e 8 ta b le 6.14 1 T h e b e d i s in th e b e d ro o m . 2 T h e T V i s in th e b e d ro o m . 3 T h e frid g e a nd th e m ic ro w a v e a re in th e k itc h e n . 4 T h e tw o c h a irs a re in th e d in in g area. 5 T h e so fa i s in th e liv in g ro o m . 6 T h e ta b le i s o n th e b a lc o n y . 7 T h e s h o w e r i s in th e b a th ro o m . 6.15 B O h - th e re is n t a liv in g ro o m . A Y e s th e re is . In P h o to 4 . T h e re ’s o n e liv in g ro o m f o r a ll th e fla ts. B O h y e s . I se e . I t ’s g o t a n ic e b ig s o f a ... A n d i s th e re a b a th in th e b a th ro o m A N o th e re is n ’t. E a c h b a th ro o m h a s g o t a s h o w e r a n d a to ile t. B O K . A n d i s th e re a g a rd e n f o r each fla t A N o th e re is n t . B u t a ll th e fla ts h a ve got lo v e ly b a lc o n ie s w it h a b ig ta b le ... 6.17 1 A M y ro o m i s v e ry h o t. B T h e re s a ir c o n d itio n in g . T h e s w itc h i s n e x t to th e d o o r. 2 A E x c u s e m e . I d o n ’t k n o w th e code fo r the d o o r. B I t ’s A 5 4 6 8 . 3 A T h e re a re n t a n y to w e ls in th e b a th ro o m . B H m m m ... T r y in th e c u p b o a rd n e a r th e w in d o w . 4 A O u r ro o m i s v e ry n o is y . B Im so s o rry . Y o u can ha ve a n o th e r ro o m . 5 A E x c u s e m e . T h e s h o w e r in m y ro o m is b ro k e n . B O h Im s o r r y . I ’l l se n d so m e o n e to lo o k . 6.19 » 1 A T h e p h o n e in m y ro o m i s b ro k e n . B O h Im so n y . I ’l l se n d so m e o n e to lo o k . 2 A T h e b a th ro o m i s v e ry d irt y . B Im so s o rry . Y o u c a n h a ve a n o th e r ro o m . 141

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3 A I d o n ’t know the address of this m useum . B Its 23 W ater Street. 4 A My room is very cold. B Oh theres a heater. The switch is n ear the door. 6.20 1 There’ s a big bed. 2 There’s a fridge. 3 There isn’t a sofa. 4 Theres a table. 5 There are four chairs. 6 There isnt a hath. 7 There’s a shower. 8 There arent any books. 6.21 A So this hotel is in Lech am Arlberg in Austria. It’ s in the m ountains. B Is it a big town A No it isn’t. B W hat facilities has it got A Oh there are lots of restaurants an d cafes and there are nice shops. B OK. And are there things for children to do A Yes there’s a sw im m ing pool and a park. B And w hat other things do people do there A Well people w alk in the forest an d in the m ountains. They’re very near to the town. B And the hotel W hat facilities has it got A Oh its a lovely hotel. There’ s a restaurant an d a gym. B Is there Wi-fi A Yes there’s Wi-fi in all the rooms. B OK that sounds great. Unit 7 Skills and interests 7.5 My neighbours have a parrot M urphy. Hes an am azing bird M urphy can sing an d speak too. He likes dancing and he can listen to The Beatles for hours. There are two songs M urphy loves From Me To You and She’ s A Woman but he h ates With A Little Help From My Friends - nobody knows why 7.6 I OK Jack an d can you swim J Yes I can. I can sw im well. I OK great. And are you good with a com puter I I type quite slowly bu t I can use different com puter program s. I Good. And can you drive I No I can’t. But I can leam . I’m a fast learner. I Great And can you use a cam era I Yes 1 can. I like photography a lot. 7.9 1 He reads very slowly. 2 She can type fast. 3 He speaks French badly. 4 I can’t play tennis well. 5 C an she u nderstand English well 7.10 1 travel 2 cook 3 w atch/play sport 4 play video gam es 5 shop online 6 ta ke p h o to s 7 m a k e th in g s 8 go o n F a c e b o o k / T w itte r 7 .1 1 1 re a d 2 w a tc h T V 3 tra v e l 4 w o rk in th e g a rd e n 5 lis t e n to m u s ic 6 c o o k 7 go o u t w it h frie n d s 8 p la y s p o rt 9 go to th e c in e m a /th e a tre 7 .1 2 D M D o y o u ha ve a n y h o b b ie s A n ja A Y e s. I lik e s w im m in g a n d ta k in g p h o to s. M W h a t d o y o u ta ke p h o to s o lY A P e o p le u s u a lly . A n d y o u W h a t d o y o u lik e d o in g in y o u r fre e tim e M U m m ... n o t a lo t. A D o y o u g o o u t o fte n M N o I d o n t lik e g o in g o u t. I lik e re a d in g a nd lis t e n in g to m u s ic a t h o m e . 7.13 1 A D o y o u lik e g o in g o u t in th e e v e n in g B Y e s I d o . B u t m y h u s b a n d lik e s b e in g at h o m e . A O h . I o fte n g o o u t in th e e v e n in g . I lik e se e in g m y frie n d s . 2 A W h a t d o y o u lik e d o in g at w e e ke n d s B I lik e g e ttin g u p la te a n d g o in g sh o p p in g . A n d y o u A O h . I ’m a lw a y s b o re d at th e w e e ke n d . I lik e h a v in g lo t s to do. 7.15 » 1 g o in g 2 b e in g 3 se e in g 4 d o in g 7.16 1 C a n y o u t e ll m e th e w a y to th e c ity c e ntre 2 C a n I ta ke t h is c h a ir 3 C a n y o u h e lp m e 4 C a n I ha ve so m e w a te r 5 C a n y o u sp e a k slo w ly 6 C a n y o u c a ll m e a ta xi 7.17 1 A E x c u s e m e . I ca n’t o p e n t h is b o x . C a n y o u h e lp m e B O f c o u rse I can. 2 A I c a n’t u n d e rsta n d y o u . C a n y o u sp e a k slo w ly B S u re n o p ro b le m . 3 A E x c u s e m e . I ’m lo s t . C a n y o u t e ll m e th e w a y to th e c ity c e ntre B S u re . I t ’s th a t w a y. 4 A I w a n t to go to th e a irp o rt. C a n y o u c a ll m e a ta xi B Y e s o f c o u rse . D o y o u w a n t i t n o w 5 A Im re a lly t h ir s t y . C a n I h a ve so m e w a ter p le a se B S u re . H e re y o u are. 6 A E x c u s e m e . W e o n ly h a ve o n e c h a ir. C a n I ta ke t h is c h a ir p le a se B S o r r y . It s ta ke n . 7 .1 9 1 A C a n I u s e y o u r p e n B O f c o u rse . H e re y o u are. 2 A I ’m lo s t. C a n y o u t e ll m e th e w a y to th e sta tio n B S o r r y . I d o n t k n o w . 3 A C a n I h a ve a b o ttle o f w a te r p le a se B S o r r y . W e h a v e n t g o t a n y w a te r. 4 A C a n I ta ke t h is c h a ir B S u re . G o ahead. 7.20 M y w ife Jane i s a t ra n s la to r. S h e i s v e ry g o o d at h e r jo b . S h e u n d e rs ta n d s o v e r se v e n la n g u a g e s a nd sh e c a n sp e a k th re e la n g u a g e s w e ll: G e rm a n F re n c h a nd Japanese. S h e c a n typ e v e ry fa st. Im a b a d t y p is t. I typ e v e ry s lo w ly . I can sp e a k F re n c h to o b u t I sp e a k it b a d ly. 7 .2 1 » C D o y o u lik e d a n c in g M a rk M W e ll y e s I do b u t I c a n’t dance v e ry w e ll. B u t I lo v e lis t e n in g to m u sic . C O h W h a t m u s ic d o y o u lis t e n to M P o p m u s ic u s u a lly . D o y o u lik e lis t e n in g to m u sic C Y e s I lo v e it . A n d I lo v e d a n c in g too. M D o y o u h a ve o th e r h o b b ie s C Y e s I lik e p la y in g s p o r t ... a nd I lik e s w im m in g . D o y o u p la y sp o rt M N o n o t re a lly . I lik e w a tc h in g fo o tb a ll o n T V . C O h I d o n ’t. I t ’s re a lly b o rin g . 7.221 1 I w a n t to g o to th e sta tio n . C a n y o u c a ll m e a ta xi 2 Im t h ir s t y . C a n I ha ve s o m e w a te r 3 E x c u s e m e Im lo s t. C a n y o u te ll m e th e w a y to th e c e ntre 4 S o rry I c a n t u n d e rsta n d y o u . C a n y o u sp e a k slo w ly 5 E x c u s e m e . I ca n’t o p e n th e d o o r. C a n y o u h e lp m e Unit 8 Our past 8.1 N e il i s fro m L iv e rp o o l. H e w a s a c le v e r c h ild . H is p a re n ts w e re n t ric h a n d h e w a s n ’t at a n e x p e n siv e sc h o o l b u t h e w a s h a p p y . H is d re a m w a s to b e a n a stro n a u t. B u t at tw e n ty -e ig h t h is lif e w a s v e ry d iffe re n t. H e liv e d o n th e s tre e ts a nd lif e w a s d iffic u lt. N o w h e h a s a g o o d jo b - h e s a p o litic ia n - a nd h e h a s a h o u s e in a b e a u tifu l p a rt o f E n g la n d . A n d h e ’s h a p p y a ga in. S u z y i s fro m L o n d o n . H e r p a re n ts w e re v e ry ric h a nd sh e w a s a t a n e x p e n siv e sc h o o l. B u t s h e w a s n t h a p p y a s a c h ild b e c a use h e r p a re n ts w e re n ’t h a p p y to g e th e r. H e r d re a m w a s to be m a rrie d a n d ha ve a fa m ily . A n d a t tw e n ty -e ig h t s h e w a s m a rrie d w it h tw o c h ild re n . 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AUDIOSCRIPTS 8.2 n in e te e n s ix t y - f o u r n in e te e n n in e ty -e ig h t tw o th o u sa n d a n d fiv e tw e n ty tw e lv e 8.3 n in e te e n se v e n ty -e ig h t n in e te e n e ig h ty -o n e n in e te e n n in e t y - s ix tw o th o u sa n d a n d th re e tw e n ty n in e te e n 8.4 1 S u z y w a s at a n e x p e n siv e sc h o o l. 2 S h e w a s n t h a p p y a s a c h ild . 3 S u z y ” s p a re n ts w e re ric h . 4 S u / .y s p a re n ts w e re n ’ l h a p p y. 8.6 A W h e re w e re y o u b o m B In M a im c i S w e d e n . A W e re y o u b o rn i n 1964 B N o I w a sn ’t b o m i n 1 9 6 4 I w a s b o m in 1 9 8 0 . A W e re y o u a h a p p y c h ild B Y e s I w a s. T h e re w e re s i x c h ild re n i n o u r fa m ily . A T h a t s a lo t o f b ro th e rs a nd s is t e r s B Y e s m y p a re n ts w e re n t ric h b u t w e w e re v e ry h a p p y . A And your father’s a do cto r Was your grandfather a doctor too B N o h e w a s n t. H e w a s a sh o p a ss ista n t. 8.7 f ir s t se c o n d t h ir d fo u rth f if t h s ix t h se v e n th e ig h th n in t h te n th e le v e n th tw e lfth tw e n tie th t w e n t y - f irs t tw e n ty -th ird t h ir t ie t h t h ir t y - f ir s t 8.9 » 1 T h e f ir s t m o o n la n d in g w a s o n 2 0 th J u ly 1969. 2 W o m e n s D a y i s o n 8 th M a rc h . 3 N e w Y e a rs D a y i s o n l s l Ja n u a ry . 4 N e ls o n M a n d e la d ie d o n 5 th D e c e m b e r 2 0 1 3 . 5 V a le n tin e s D a y i s o n 1 4 th F e b ru a ry . 6 T h e e n d o f th e F ir s t W o rld W a r w a s o n 1 1 th N o v e m b e r 1 9 1 8 . 8.10 a F rid a K a h lo w a s a n a rt is t fro m M e x ic o . S h e w a s b o rn i n 1 9 0 7 . S h e d ie d i n 1 9 5 4 . b M a rie S k lo d o w s k a -C u rie w a s a s c ie n tis t fro m P o la n d . S h e w a s b o rn in 1 8 6 7 . S h e d ie d in 1 9 3 4 . c L e o T o ls t o y w a s a w r it e r fro m R u s s ia . H e w a s b o m i n 1 8 2 8 . H e d ie d in 1 9 1 0 . d M a rt in L u t h e r K in g w a s a c iv il rig h t s le a d e r fro m th e U S A . H e w a s b o rn in 1 9 2 9 . H e d ie d in 1 9 6 8 . 8.13 III fin is h e d ta lke d w a lk e d w a tc h e d w o rk e d /d/ liv e d lo v e d m a rrie d o p e n e d stu d ie d /id / p a in te d w a n te d 8.14 1 ta lke d 5 liv e s 2 f in is h e d 6 lik e 3 p la y 4 w o rk e d 8.15 1 H e re m e m b e re d m y n a m e . 2 I stu d ie d F re n c h at u n iv e rs it y . 3 T h e b a n k o p e n s at n in e e v e ry day. 4 I w o rk e d in C anada fro m 2 0 1 1 to 2 0 1 3 . 5 W e p la ye d fo o tb a ll at th e w e e ke n d . 6 I liv e w ith m y p a re n ts. 8.16 B i l l a n d M e lin d a G a te s m a rrie d in 1 9 9 4 . H e w a s th e b o s s o f M ic ro s o ft a nd s h e w o rk e d fo r M ic ro s o ft a s a p ro d u c t d e ve lo p e r. In 1 9 9 5 th e y tra v e lle d a ro u n d th e w o rld a nd le a rn t a b o u t th e liv e s o f o th e r p e o p le . W h e n th e y re tu rn e d th e y sta rte d a fa m ily a n d s h e f in is h e d at th e c o m p a n y . T h e y ha ve th re e c h ild re n a nd liv e in a b ig h o u s e in M e d in a n e a r S e a ttle i n th e U S A . In 2 0 0 0 th e y sta rte d th e G a te s F o u n d a tio n w ith t h e ir o w n m o n e y . N o w th e y u se th e fo u n d a tio n to h e lp p o o r p e o p le a ro u n d th e w o rld . 8.18 1 I lo v e it. 2 H e w a tc h e d u s. 3 I p h o to g ra p h e d it 4 S h e lik e s u s . 5 H e stu d ie d f o r it. 6 T h e y lo o k e d at u s . 8.19 » a G o o d lu c k h H a p p y b irth d a y c C h e e rs d C o n g ra tu la tio n s 8.20 1 A O K - f ir s t d a y a t y o u r n e w s c h o o l. D o y o u h a ve e v e ry th in g B Y e s I t h in k so . O h n o I d o n t h a ve m y lu n c h A N e v e r m in d . H e re s so m e m o n e y . Y o u can b u y y o u r lu n c h . B I h a n k s M u m . A G o o d lu c k 2 A ll H a p p y b irth d a y A O h w o w E v e ry o n e ’s h e re . B O f c o u rse W e w a n te d to g iv e y o u a b ig p a rty . A O h th a n k y o u . N o b o d y at w o rk re m e m b e re d . B R e a lly O h dear. 3 A Y o u lo o k v e ry h a p p y. B I a m h a p p y . I ’ve g o t a n e w jo b . A T h a t s g re a t W h e n d o y o u sta rt B N e x t M o n d a y . A W e ll h e re s to y o u . C h e e rs B C h e e rs 4 A C o n g ra tu la tio n s Y o u lo o k b e a u tifu l B T h a n k y o u . I t ’s g re a t to se e a ll m y frie n d s a n d f a m ily . A B u t w h e re ’s y o u r g ra n d m o th e r B S h e ’s n o t w e ll. S h e s in h o s p ita l. A Im s o r r y to h e a r tha t. B T h a n k y o u . It s v e ry sa d . 8.21 1 A I w a tc h e d f o u r f ilm s y e ste rd a y . B R e a lly 2 A Im s o rry b u l I c a n’l f in is h m y lu n c h . B N e v e r m in d . 3 A M y d og d ie d la s t w e e k. B I ’m s o r r y to h e a r tha t. 4 A I stu d ie d a lo t a nd th e e x a m w a s re a lly e a sy B T h a t s great 8.23 » 1 T h e re s a re a lly g o o d f ilm o n to n ig h t. 2 I p a sse d m y d riv in g le s t 3 I fa ile d m y d riv in g te st. 4 T h e tra ffic w a s t e rrib le . 5 W e sta y e d i n a lo v e ly h o te l. 6 I p la ye d v e ry b a d ly y e ste rd a y . 8.24 T h e B ro t h e rs G rim m Jacob a n d W ilh e lm w e re fa m o u s n in e te e n th c e n lu ry s t o ry t e lle rs . T h e y w e re b o th b o rn in H a n a u G e rm a n y . Jacob w a s b o rn in 1 7 8 5 a nd W ilh e lm in 1 7 8 6 . Ih e r e w e re n in e c h ild re n in th e fa m ily . A fte r t h e ir fa th e r d ie d lif e w a s v e ry d iffic u lt . Jacob a n d W ilh e lm w e re n t ric h b u t w it h h e lp f ro m t h e ir m o th e rs s is t e r th e y w e n t to sc h o o l. In 1 8 0 5 th e y w e re b o th s t u d e n ts at th e U n iv e r s it y o f M a rb u rg . It w a s a s m a ll b u t v e ry fa m o u s u n iv e rs it y . T h e b ro th e rs w e re g o o d s tu d e n ts . T h e y w e re in te re s te d in ta le s a n d sta rte d to c o lle c t th e m . T h e ir f ir s t b o o k in 1 8 1 2 w a s C hildrens a n d H ousehold Tales. Ih e r e w e re e ig h t y -s ix s t o rie s in it. T h e s t o rie s w e re n t f o r c h ild re n at f ir s t b u t th e y lo v e d th e m . Childrens a n d H ousehold Tales w a s n t th e o n ly b o o k th a t th e b ro th e rs p u b lis h e d b u t i l w a s th e m o s t p o p u la r. 8.25 1 1 9 1 6 4 2 0 4 0 2 4 th N o v e m b e r 5 1 3 th M a y 3 1 2 th J u ly 2 0 0 9 6 2 2 n d J u ly Unit 9 unusual stories 9.1 1 be w a s/ w e re 9 le a ve le ft 2 c a n c o u ld 10 lo s e lo s t 3 c o m e c a m e 11 m e e t m e t 4 fa ll fe ll 12 sa y sa id 5 get g o t 13 se e sa w 6 g o w e n t 1 4 s e ll so ld 7 ha ve ha d 15 w rit e w ro te 8 k n o w k n e w 9.2 J I m e t m y h u s b a n d Jo h n w h e n I w a s fiv e y e a rs o ld W e k n e w ea ch o th e r b e c a u se w e w e n t to th e sa m e sc h o o l. I sa w h im a g a in in a c lo th e s s h o p in 2 0 1 0 .1 w a s w it h a frie n d a n d h e s o ld a ja c k e t to h e r. H e a sk e d h e r f o r m y p h o n e n u m b e r. T h e n h e w ro te m e a te xt m e ssa g e . 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A A h o r r o r f ilm O K ... D id y o u p h o n e th e o ffic e in th e m o rn in g B N o I d id n ’t. Im s o r r y . I d id n t g et u p u n t il tw e lv e o c lo c k 1 p h o n e d in th e a fte rn o o n . A In th e a fte rn o o n N a th a n th a t’s n o t g ood e n o u g h ... 9.4 1 A D id y o u go to w o rk ye ste rd a y B N o I d id n ’t. I w e n t sh o p p in g . A W a s y o u r b o s s a n g ry B Y e s. H e d id n ’t lik e it. 2 A D id y o u sta y at h o m e y e ste rd a y B Y e s I d id . I d id n ’t fe e l w e ll. I ate s o m e th in g bad. A W h a t d id y o u eat B I d o n t k n o w . 9.7 I h a d a t e rrib le d a y y e ste rd a y . I s le p t b a d ly s o I got u p v e ry la te . 1 h a d a q u ic k sh o w e r go d re sse d a nd w e n t to w o rk . I g o t to th e o ffic e tw o h o u r s la te . M y b o s s w a s th e re a nd h e w a s n t v e ry h a p p y . I sta rte d w o rk im m e d ia te ly b u t u n fo rtu n a te ly I fo rg o t th e tim e o f m y m e e tin g w it h th e te a m a nd m is s e d th e f ir s t h a lf. A fte r lu n c h I g o t a p h o n e c a ll fro m th e s c h o o l. M y d a u g h te r w a s i l l . S h e h a d a re a lly bad he a d a c he a nd fe lt s ic k s o w e w e n t to th e d o c to r. O n th e w a y o u t I m e t a n o ld frie n d C a th y . S h e ta lk e d fo r a b o u t a n h o u r s o w e m is s e d th e la st b u s h o m e . I p h o n e d m y h u sb a n d b u t h e w a s in a m e e tin g a nd c o u ld n ’t le a ve th e o ffic e . S o w e w a ite d f o r a b o u t tw o h o u r s a nd f in a lly got h o m e at e ig h t o ’c lo c k in th e e v e n in g 9.8 1 fa ll fe ll 5 h a ve ha d 2 fe e l fe lt 6 m e e t m e t 3 fo rg e t fo rg o t 7 m is s m is s e d 4 g o w e n t 8 sle e p sle p t 9.91 1 H e a te s ix a p p le s a nd e ig h t b a n a n a s. 2 I k n e w h e r w h e n w e w o rk e d at th e h o s p ita l. S h e s g o t a n e w jo b n o w . 3 Y o u re la te f o r y o u r tra in . 4 D o y o u k n o w th e w o m a n in fla t n u m b e r tw o I k n o w h e r too. 9.10 | 1 A re th e se y o u r ke y s 2 S h e s a id bye a n d le ft. 3 D id y o u w rit e a le tte r o r an e m a il 4 T h e c h ild re n w e n t f o r a s w im in th e se a . 5 I w a ite d f o r a n h o u r b u t s h e n e v e r cam e. 6 I s it t h e ir fla t 9.11 A H i A n d y . Y o u re at th e s u p e rm a rk e t rig h t B Y e s I a m . W h y A C o u ld y o u b u y m e s o m e a p p le s p le a se B S u re . A n y th in g e lse A I ne e d so m e m e a t to o . I w a n t to c o o k to n ig h t. B N o p ro b le m . A T h a n k s A n d y . S e e y o u la te r. B B ye . 9.13 • • • • a n s w e r__________________a b o ut_____________________ c o lo u r___________________ago________________________ fa sh io n __________________c o rre c t____________________ m e e tin g ________________ d e cid e____________________ lu c k y ____________________ fo rg e t_____________________ s t o ry _____________________ h o te l______________________ 9.141 O n e n ig h t i n M a rc h 2 0 0 8 J u lio D ia z w a s in a t ra in sta tio n in N e w Y o rk . I Ie sa w a b o y w it h a k n ife . ‘G iv e m e y o u r m o n e y ’ s a id th e b o y . D ia z gave h im h is w a lle t a n d h is ja c k e t to ke e p h im w a rm . B u t th e n h e s a id to th e b oy D o y o u w a n t s o m e th in g to eat T h e b o y sa id Y e s S o th e y w e n t to a re sta u ra n t tog ethe r. T h e y ate a nd ta lke d . W h e n th e b ill c a m e D ia z sa id C a n I h a ve so m e m o n e y ’ T h e b o y gave h im a ll th e m o n e y . D ia z p a id th e b ill a n d th e n gave th e b o y 2 0 . 9.15 1 It ’s s u n n y . 2 It ’s c lo u d y . 3 It s ra in y . 4 It s s t o rm y . 5 It ’s s n o w y . 6 It ’s c o ld . 7 It s h o t. 8 It ’s w a rm . 9.16 s p rin g s u m m e r a u tu m n w in te r 9.17 1 A W h a ts th e w e a th e r lik e w it h y o u B It ’s O K . It s a lit t le c lo u d y b u t it s w a rm . A It s ra in y h e re . 2 A D id y o u ha ve a g o o d h o lid a y B Y e s it w a s g re a t th a n k s. A W h a t w a s th e w e a th e r lik e B It w a s th e r a in y se a so n fo r th e f ir s t w e e k b u t a fte r th a t it w a s s u n n y a n d v e ry h o t. 3 A W h a t’s th e w e a th e r lik e in w in t e r in N e w Y o rk B It s v e ry c o ld a nd it s o fte n sn o w y to o . 9.19 1 It w a s s u n n y in L o n d o n so w e w e n t to th e p a rk . 2 I s it ra in y in B e rlin D o y o u h a ve an u m b re lla 3 It w a s s t o rm y in T o k y o to d a y s o w e d id n ’t go o u t. 4 W a s it c o ld i n N e w Y o r k toda y D id y o u w e a r y o u r w in t e r ja c ke t 5 It s s u n n y a nd w a rm h e re in B u e n o s A ire s . I ’ve g o t a s u m m e r d re s s o n . 9.20 1 It s c lo u d y in P a ris n o w . 2 It w a s c o ld a n d s n o w y la s t S a tu rd a y . 3 W h a t w a s th e w e a th e r lik e y e ste rd a y 4 It w a s c o ld a n d r a in y s o w e w e n t to th e c in e m a . 5 It ’s re a lly h o t to d a y. D o y o u w a n t to g o to th e beach 9.21 » 1 A W h e re w e re y o u y e ste rd a y I d id n t se e y o u at w o rk . B N o I w a s ill. A O h I ’m s o r r y to h e a r th a t. D id y o u se e th e d o c to r B N o I d id n ’t. B u i I fe e l O K n o w . 2 A I ’m s o r r y I ’m la te . T h e b u s d id n ’t com e . B B u t y o u n e v e r go b y b u s. W h y d id y o u get th e b u s today A B e c a u se I lo s t m y c a r k e y s. B O h T h a t ’s bad lu c k . 3 A W e re y o u o n h o lid a y la s t w e e k B Y e s w e w e re in S p a in . A D id y o u h a ve a g o od tim e B Y e s it w a s a m a zin g . I h a ve so m e p h o to s h e re . D o y o u w a n t to see 9.22 » I d id n ’t go to w o rk y e ste rd a y - it w a s m y d a y o ff. S o I got u p at a b o u t n in e a n d h a d a b ig b re a k fa st. T h e n I w e n t s h o p p in g in th e c ity c e n tre . It w a s a b e a u tifu l day s o I c yc le d . I sa w so m e n ic e h a ts a nd s h o e s in th e s h o p s b u t I d id n ’t b u y th e m b e c a use th e y w e re e x p e n siv e . A t lu n c h tim e I m e t m y f rie n d H e le n a nd w e w e n t f o r tea in a cafe. T h e n w e v is it e d th e m u s e u m . W e sa w so m e re a lly in te re s tin g o b je c ts f ro m P e ru . I g o t h o m e at a b o u t 5 p .m . a nd m y d a u g h te r E lo u is e a n d I sta rte d c o o k in g d in n e r. It w a s a re a lly n ic e day. 9.23 » A u c k la n d h a s s u b tro p ic a l w e a th e r: it ’s n e v e r v e iy h o t a n d it s n e v e r v e ry c o ld . It ’s n e v e r sn o v\ y f o r e x a m p le . In s u m m e r it s u s u a lly s u n n y a nd th e te m p e ra tu re i s 2 0 -2 4 ° C . In a u tu m n it is n ’t h o t b u t i t i s w a rm - a ro u n d 18°C . I n w in t e r th e te m p e ra tu re i s 1 2 -1 6 °C b u t it i s c lo u d y a n d o fte n ra in y . In s p rin g i t i s a ro u n d 18°C a g a in b u t i t i s s t i l l ra in y . Unit 10 New places new projects io it I I ’m a u n iv e r s it y stu d e n t. I s t u d y in te rn a tio n a l re la tio n s . Im g o in g to b e a v o lu n te e r in G u a te m a la n e x t s u m m e r. M y f rie n d a nd I are g o in g to jo in a g ro u p th e re . T h e g ro u p i s g o in g to w o rk w ith th e lo c a l p e o p le in th e m o u n ta in s . W e ’re g o in g to b e th e re f o r th re e w e e k s b u t w c a re n ’t g o in g to ta ke m o b ile p h o n e s o r c o m p u te rs w it h u s W e n e e d 2 0 0 0 f o r t h is p ro je c t a nd w e re g o in g to u s e th e m o n e y to p a y f o r f lig h t s a n d tra n s p o rt in th e c o u n try . 10.3 to d a y t h is e v e n in g to m o rro w h e d a y a fte r t o m o rro w in th re e d a y s n e x t w e e k n e x t m o n th n e x t y e a r 144

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AUDIOSCRIPTS 10.4 a h a ve a b a b y b le a rn a n e w la ng ua g e c b u y a h o u s e d m o v e a b ro a d e f in is h sc h o o l f cha ng e jo b s 10.5 P S o T o m t e lls m e y o u ha ve so m e n e w s. C o m e o n w h a t i s it T D o y o u w a rn to sa y V Y o u sa y . T O K . V ic to ria ’s g o t a n e w jo b . W e ’re g o in g to m o v e a broa d . P R e a lly N o W h a t a re y o u g o in g to do V Im g o in g to te a ch in th e M a ld iv e s. H e re lo o k at a p ic tu re o f th e is la n d o n m y p h o n e . P W o w B e a u tifu l. T o m a re y o u g o in g to go w it h h e r T Yes I am. Of course I’m going to get a new job loo. P T h a t s ... grea t. I d o n ’t k n o w w h a t to sa y I h a ve so m a n y q u e s tio n s . W h o a re y o u g o in g to teach V ic to ria V T h e re a re lo t s o f b ig h o te ls i n th e M a ld iv e s. T h e p e o p le w h o w o r k in th e h o te ls need E n g lis h ... T A n d V ic to ria ’s g o in g to teach th e m . P A re y o u g o in g to liv e in a h o te l T N o w e a re n ’t. W e ’re g o in g to liv e in a s m a ll h o u s e o n a n o th e r is la n d . P W o w . I ’m so h a p p y f o r y o u A re y o u g o in g to sta y th e re f o r a lo n g tim e V W e ll th e jo b s t a rt s in Ju n e a n d it ’s f o r a yea r. P Ju n e T h a t s in f o u r w e e k s. T I k n o w I t ’s a ll s o q u ic k . B u t w e ’re v e ry e x c ite d . A n d h a p p y . Y o u can c o m e a n d v is it . P I ’d lo v e to . I ’m g o in g to lo o k f o r f lig h t s o n lin e t h is e v e n in g . 10.61 1 W h e re a re y o u g o in g to go 2 W h a t a re y o u g o in g to do 3 W h e n a re y o u g o in g to leave 4 A re y o u g o in g to liv e th e re fo r a lo n g tim e 5 W h o a re y o u g o in g to g o w ith 6 A re y o u g o in g to b u y a h o u s e th e re 10.7 » D r in k s : coffee tea a p p le ju ic e o ra n g e ju ic e w a te r m ilk S n a c k s : cake c ro is sa n t d o u g h n u t sa n d w ic h sa la d b is c u it 10.8 F o o d o r d r in k s th a t a rc u s u a lly h o t: coffee tea F o o d o r d r in k s th a t a re u s u a lly c o ld : a p p le ju ic e o ra n g e ju ic e w a te r m ilk b is c u it cake c ro is sa n t d o u g h n u t sa n d w ic h sa la d 10.9 1 A W h a t’s a croque m onsieur B I t ’s a k in d o f sa n d w ic h . 2 A W h a t’s th is B I t ’s a b u n u e lo . I t ’s a k in d o f d o u g h n u t h e re in M e xic o . 3 A W hats a macchiato B It s a k in d o f coffee w it h m ilk . 10.10 A W o u ld y o u lik e a coffee T h e re s a cate o v e r th e re . B O h y e s p le a se . W H e llo . Ta b le fo r tw o A Y e s p le a se . W H e re y o u a re . W o u ld y o u lik e to se e th e m e n u B T h a n k y o u . A S o w h a t w o u ld y o u lik e B A c o ffe e f o r m e I t h in k . A Id lik e to h a ve so m e d e sse rt. W h a t i s th e S a c h e rto rte B I t ’s a k in d o f c h o c o la te cake th a t’s w h a t th e g u id e b o o k sa id . A I lo v e c ho c o la te . B Y e a h m e to o . B u t I ’m n o t v e ry h u n g ry . W o u ld y o u lik e a coffee too A N o th a n k s I ’d lik e th e cake a n d a c u p o f tea. W W o u ld y o u lik e to o rd e r A Y e s p le a se . W e d lik e a c offee a c u p o f tea a n d a p ie c e o f S a c h e rto rte . W W o n d e rfu l. A n y th in g e lse A N o th a t’s fin e th a n k y o u . B N o w a fte r o u r coffee w o u ld y o u lik e to go to a n o th e r m u s e u m o r w o u ld y o u lik e to go b a c k to th e h o te l 10.13 1 W h a t w o u ld y o u lik e 2 W o u ld y o u lik e to o rd e r 3 W h e n w o u ld y o u lik e to go 4 W e ’d lik e a ta b le f o r tw o . 10.14 A W h e re w o u ld y o u lik e to go B I d o n ’t k n o w . Y o u A W e ll Id lik e a d rin k . T h e re ’s a cafe n e x t to th e sc h o o l. B O K th a t’s a g o o d id e a . 10.15 1 A C a n I ta ke y o u r o rd e r B A b u rg e r a nd c h ip s p le a se . A S m a ll o r la rg e B La rg e p le a se . A A n y th in g e lse B N o th a n k s. T h a t s a ll. 2 A A la rg e h o td o g p le a se . B M e re y o u are. A H o w m u c h i s tha t B T w o p o u n d s fifty . 3 B I s e v e ry th in g O K h e re A F in e th a n k y o u . B W o u ld y o u lik e a n y th in g e lse A N o th a n k s. C a n w e h a ve th e b ill p le a se B O f c o u rse ju s t a m o m e n t. 10.18 1 A W h a t w o u ld y o u lik e to o rd e r B W h a t w o u ld y o u lik e to o rd e r C W h a t w o u ld y o u lik e to d rin k 2 A C a n I ha ve a la rg e c o ffe e p le a se B C a n I h a ve a s m a ll coffee p le a se C C a n 1 ha ve a la rg e c o ffe e p lea se 3 A Id lik e a sa n d w ic h . B W o u ld y o u lik e a sa n d w ic h C W o u ld y o u lik e a sa n d w ic h 4 A T h e ca fes g o in g to c lo se at f o u r fo rty -fiv e . B T h e ca fes g o in g to d o s e at f o u r t h irt y . C T h e ca fes g o in g to c lo se at f o u r fo rty -fiv e . 10.19 A G u e ss w h a t M ic h a e l a nd S a ra a re g o in g to m o v e to C hic a g o B R e a lly W h e n A In M a y . S a ra i s g o in g to f in is h u n iv e r s it y a nd th e n th e y 1 re g o in g to leave. B I s M ic h a e l g o in g to c ha ng e jo b s A N o h e is n ’t. H e ’s g o in g to w o rk f ro m h o m e . T h e y re g o in g to b u y a h o u s e too. B T h a t ’s g re a t n e w s. A re y o u g o i n g to v is it th e m 10.20 | 1 A W o u ld y o u lik e a coffee B N o th a n k s. M y f lig h t to V ie n n a i s at 1 2 .1 5 . T im e to go. A O K th e n . 2 A I l i . I ’d lik e so m e in fo rm a tio n a b o u t th e c o o k in g c la sse s. W h a t d a y s a re he y B W e h a ve c o o k in g c la sse s o n T u e s d a y a nd S a tu rd a y . A T u e s d a y a n d S a tu rd a y . T h a n k s 3 A L is t e n it sa y s h e re th a t th e y re g o in g to o p e n a n e w cafe o n th e h ig h stre e t. B R e a lly W h e n A I t ’s g o in g to o p e n i n J u ly . B G re a t. 4 A H a p p y b irth d a y B I t ’s n o t m y b irth d a y . M y b irth d a y i s o n 2 0 th S e p te m b e r. A O h s o rry 5 A W o u ld y o u lik e to c o m e to o u r h o u s e f o r d in n e r o n S a tu rd a y B T h a t s o u n d s g re a t. W e ’re g o in g to v is it o u r s o n in th e a fte rn o o n b u t w e re fre e a fte r tha t. A S o ...S a tu rd a y n ig h t at se v e n 145

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Phonemic symbols Single vowel sounds / h / meet A n i:t/ / ə / computer /k a m p ju :ta r/ h i his /h iz / f o i l work /W 3 lk / H I happy /h æ p i/ h i / four /fo :r/ / u / good /g u d / led map /m aep/ l u l usual /ju g u o l/ I d sunny /s A n i/ l u l l school /s k u il/ / a : / car /k a :r/ I d pen /p e n / / d / clock /k lo k / Consonant sounds /P/ pen /p e n / /s/ see /s i:/ /b/ big /big/ tzJ amazing /o m e iz ig / /t/ tea /ti:/ /ʃ/ shower /Jaoor/ /d/ do /d u :/ /3 / television /te liv ig n / / t r / children /tjild r o n / /m/ man /m ie n / Afe/ journey /d 3 3 in i/ /n/ never /n e v o / /k/ cold /k a o ld / /ŋ/ sing /sir/ /g/ go /gou/ /h/ hot /h o t/ /f/ fly /flax/ /l/ like /laik/ /v/ very /v e ri/ /r/ read /r i:d / /θ/ thanks /fla n k s / /w/ water /w o ito r/ /ð/ this /d is / /j/ yes /je s / Diphthongs double vowel sounds /ɪə/ near /n io r/ foil boy /b o i/ /ʊə/ sure /fo o r/ fail fine /fa in / le d wear /w e o r/ foul photo /fa u to u / foil day /d e i/ fool out /a u t/ 147

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A1 Wordlist Classroom language Navigate Here is a list o f com m on w ords used in the classroom . You can insert your ow n translation. W ords m arked w ith a key θɪ» all appear in the O xford 3000. a dj adjective conj conjunction p h r v phrasal verb p h r phrase pron pronoun v verb adv adverb d e t determ iner n noun p i plural prep preposition again Om a d v /ə g e n / answ er Om n /a m s o r/ answ er Om v /a :n s o r/ ask Om v /tu s k / check Om v /t J c k / circle Om v /s 3 :k l/ com pare Om v /k o m p c o r/ com plete Om v /k o m p lir t/ conversation Om n /.k o n v a s e ifn / co rre ct Om adj /k o r e k t/ co rre ct Om v /k o r e k t/ exercise Om n /e k s o s a iz / find Om v /fa in d / full stop Om n / fu l s to p / gap Om n /g te p / help Om v /h e lp / listen Om v /lis n / look a t Om p h r v / lo k act/ markOm v /m a:k/ m atch Om v /m a e tj/ noun n / n a o n / order Om n /o :d a r / partner Om n / ’p a : t n a r / practise Om v / p r t e k t i s / prom pt Om n / p r o m p t / put Om V / p o t / question Om n /k w e s tJ o n / read Om v / r i : d / recognize O m v / r c k o g n a i z / repeat Om v / r i p i i t / respond Om v / r i s p n n d / sayOm v / s e i / statem ent Om n / s t c i t m a n t / stress Om n / s t r e s / swap v / s w o p / take turns Om p h r / . t e ik t3 in z / talkO m v /to :k / underline v /.A n d o la in / understand Om v /ˌA n d o s tæ n d / useOm v / ju :z / w ith Om prep /w id / w o rkO m v /w 3 :k / w rite Om v / r a it / 1 Name

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A1 Wordlist Unit 1 Navigate Here is a list o f useful or new w ords from U nit 1 o f Navigate A1 Coursebook. You can insert your ow n translation. W ords m arked w ith a key Om all appear in th e O xford 3000. a dj adjective co n j conjunction p h r v phrasal verb adv adverb d e t determ iner n noun address Om n /o d re s / alphabet Om n /a s lfo b e t/ am Om v /asm / and Om co nj /o n d / areO m v /a : r/ be Om v /b i:/ business Om n /b iz n o s / city Om n / s it i/ country Om n / k a n t r i/ day Om n /d e l/ fineO m a d j /fa in / firs t nam e O n /f 3 :s t n e im / from Om prep /fr o m / good m orning Om p h r /g o d m o im o / goodbye O m exclam ation /.g u d b a i/ great O m adj / g r c it / hello Om exclam ation /h o lo u / hereO m adv /h is r / hi Om exclam ation /h a i/ holiday Om n /h n lo d e i/ hotel O m n /h o o te l/ how Om adv /h a u / l Om pron /a i/ in Om p re p /in / introduce Om v /.m t r a d ju is / is Om V /iz / last nam e O m n / T u i s t n c i m / le tte r Om n / l e t a r / map Om n / m a i p / m eeting Om n / ’m i i t i r / nam e O m n / n e i m / no Om /n o o / num ber Om n /n A m b o r/ on Om prep /o n / right Om adj /r a it / phone num ber θ n /fa u n n A m b o r/ spell Om v /s p e l/ study Om v /s ta d i/ thanks Om exclam ation /B te riks/ th a t Om d e t /d a ct/ too O m adv / t u : / p h r phrase pron pronoun v verb p i plural prep preposition W hat is your hom e address The English alphabet has tw enty-six letters. I am here on holiday. N ice to m eet you. And you. Are you here to study I w a n t to be a doctor. Im here on business. W hat city are you from W hat country are you from Have a nice day. Im fine thanks. M y firs t nam e is Anna. Im from Bhutan. Good m orning. How are you See you later. Goodbye. New York is a great city Hello Im Alisa. Are you here on business Hi Im Paul. Im here on holiday. We are in a hotel in Granada. How do you spell that Im from Brazil. W ere from Chennai in India. Henry let me introduce you to Lena. M y address is 909 Cameron Road Austin Texas. W hats your last name There are five letters in m y firs t name. This is a map o f the w orld. W hat tim e s th e meeting W hats your name Are you A m erican No Im not. Im Canadian. I think num ber 1 is China. Are you on holiday Thats right. M y m obile phone num ber is 0918-143-4267. How do you spell your name Im here to study. Have a nice day. Thanks. How do you spell that N ice to m eet you Gary. You too. 1 Name

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A1 Wordlist Unit 1 Navigate w h a t Om /W D t/ w here Om / w e o r / yes Om /jes/ you Om pron / ju : / yourO m d e t / j o : r / N u m b e rs 1 -1 0 one O m / w a it / tWOOm / t u :/ three O m /B r i:/ fourO m / f o : r / five Om / f a iv / six Om /s ik s / seven O m /s e v n / eight Om / c it / nine O n /n a in / ten Om /te n / C o u n trie s Australia n /o s tr e ilio / Brazil n /b r o z il/ China n / t ja in o / Indonesia n /in d o n ii3 o/ Japan n /d s o p te n / Russia n / r a jo / Spain n /s p e in / Turkey n / t 3 ik i/ th e UK n /ð ə ju : k e i/ th e USA n /ð ə ju : es e i/ 2 Name W hats your firs t name W here are you from Are you from the UK Yes I am . Hello. Are you Angela W hats your em ail address

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A1 Wordlist Unit 2 Navigate Here is a list o f useful or new w ords from U nit 2 o f Navigate A1 Coursebook. You can insert your ow n translation. W ords m arked w ith a key Om all appear in th e O xford 3000. a dj adjective co n j conjunction p h r v phrasal verb adv adverb d e t determ iner n noun a an o /ə o n / about Om prep /o b a u t/ airport Om n /e o p o it/ apple Om n /a epl/ Argentina n /a :d 3 o n ti:n o / bagOm n /basg/ bookO m n /b o k / building Om n /b ild ir / busO m n /H a s/ chef Om n / fe f / class O m n /k la :s / com pany O m n /k A m p o n i/ d octo r Om n /d n k to r / em ail Om n / iim e il/ engineer Om n /e n d 3 in io r / English adj / ’io g lij/ friend Om n /tr e n d / garden O m n /g a id n / guy Om n /g a i/ hospital O m n /h o s p itl/ Italian adj / f t a ilio n / Italy n / it o li/ job Om n /d 3 n b / keyOm n /k i:/ language school Om n /T te g g w id 3 s k u il/ laptop n /T a e p tn p / le tte r O m n /lc ta r / M exico n /m e k s ik o u / m useum Om n /m ju z iio m / nearO m a d v /n io r/ next to O m adv /n e k s t tu :/ niceO m adj /n a is / notepad n /n o u tp a s d / nurse Om n /n 3 :s / object O m n /o b d g ik t/ oclo ck O m a d v /o k ln k / office O m n / ‘n fis / pen Om n /p e n / phone Om n /fo u n / photo O m n /fo o ts o / restaurant Om n /r e s tr o n t/ p h r phrase pron pronoun v verb p i plural prep preposition Shes an engineer and hes a chef. Tell me about your family. The offices are near Ciam pino A irport. W hat are these Theyre apples from England. This is m y friend Romina. Shes from Argentina. W hats in the bag There are th irty students and fifteen books. W hats the nam e o f th a t building over there W hat tim e s th e n ext bus Pedro isnt a student. Hes a chef in a restaurant. The students in m y class are really friendly. ENI is an e le ctricity com pany in Rome. Hes a d octo r a t a hospital in Cancun. Thanks fo r your email. Im an engineer fo r a telecom s company. W ere in an English class together. This is m y friend Pieter. Its a sm all house but its got a garden. Im w ith m y friend Pedro in this photo. Hes a nice guy. Theyre nurses a t a hospital in London. Shes a chef in an Italian restaurant. Im Gio from Italy. W hats his job Hes an engineer. Are these your keys He is a teacher a t a language school. Ive got an old laptop. I w rite letters to m y friends. Hes a teacher a t a school in Mexico. The Palace M useum is in Beijing. Its on C rom w ell Road near the Science Museum. Its next to the C ity Hall. Have a nice day. Its a notepad. Hes a nurse a t w e stm o re Hospital. This is an interesting object. Is the film a t eight oclock w h e re are the e n i offices This is a pen. Its a new phone. in this photo Im w ith Nevin. Hes a chef in a Spanish restaurant. 1 N am e

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A1 Wordlist Unit 2 Navigate river Om n /r iv o r / road Ob n /ro o d / Romania n /r u m e in io / school Om n /s k u :l/ shop assistant Om n / f o p o .s is to n t/ sister Om n /s ts ts fr / square Om n /s k w e o r/ station Om n / s t c ijn / stre e t Om n / s t r iit / student O m n / s t ju id n t / tablet Om n /ta c b lo t/ taxi driver O m n /ta e k s i d ra iv o r/ teacher O m n / t i: t f o r / Thailand n /ta ila e n d / there o adv /d e o r/ these Om pron p i /d i:z / this On pron /d is / those Om pron p i /d a u z / tim e Om n /ta im / train Om n / t r c in / um brella Om n /A m b re lo / university Om n / J u im v s is o t i/ w a ite r Om n /w e ito r / w a lle t Om n / w o lit / w eek Om n / w iik / w hoO m /h u :/ Numbers 1 1 -1 0 0 eleven Om /Ile v n / tw elve Om /tw e lv / thirte e n Om /0 3 :ti:n / fourteen Om / f o : t i: n / fiftee n Om / . f i f t i i n / sixteen O m / . s ik s t iin / seventeen O m /s e v n ti:n / eighteen O m / c i‘t i: n / nineteen o m /. n a in t iin / tw e n ty O m / t w e n t i/ tw enty-o n e O m /tw c n tiw A n / tw e n ty-tw o O m / tw e n t it u t/ th irty O m /0 3 :t i/ fo rty O m / f o it i/ fifty O m / f i f t i / sixty O m / s ik s t i/ seventy O m /s c v n ti/ London is on th e River Thames. Madam e Tussauds is on M arylebone Road. This is a photo o f m y house in Romania. Im a student a t a language school in Vancouver. Kum ikos a shop assistant. Shes Tibors sister. The restaurant is on Church Square. Madam e Tussauds is near Baker Street Station. The M etropolitan Opera is on 65th Street. M y nam e is Tai. Im a student in Hanoi. Its a phone not a tablet. Yannis a taxi driver. Shes a teacher a t a language school. Theyre in Thailand fo r a week. Hes there on business. These are m y friends Jana and Milos. W hats th is in English W here are those people from w h a ts th e tim e W hat tim e is the next train to the university Thats an um brella. Hannah and David are students a t Colum bia University. Thierrys a waiter. This is m y w allet. Im in Italy fo r a week. W hos tha t Its m y friend Lynne. 2 Name

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A1 Wordlist Unit 2 Navigate e ig h ty Om / e i t i / n in e ty O m / n a i n t i / a h u n d r e d θ ɪ / ə h a n d r o d / 3 Name

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A1 Wordlist Unit 3 Navigate Here is a list o f useful or new w ords from U nit 3 o f Navigate A1 W ords m arked w ith a key Om all appear in the O xford 3000. a dj adjective conj conjunction p h r v phrasal verb adv adverb d e t determ iner n noun a.m. /e i e m / a rtist Om n / u t t js t / bad O m a d j /bacd/ bank account O m n /b ic q k o k a o n t/ beautiful O w» a dj / b j u i t i f l / bedroom O m n /b e d ru m / best friend Om n /b e s t fre n d / bicycle Om n /b a is ik l/ bigOm adj /b ig / boyO m n /h o i/ brother Om n /b rA d o r/ butO m co n j /b a t/ called Om adj /k o ild / carO m n /k a : r / catO m n /k te t/ centre Om n / s c n to r/ cheap O m a d j / t J i:p / child Om n / t f a ild / children O m n p i / t jild r a n / clever Om adj /k le v o r / coffee O m n / k o fi/ cold Om a d j /k o u ld / conference Om n /k o n fo ro n s / daughter Om n /d o :to r / dog O m n /d o g / expensive Om adj /ik s p e n s iv / fam ily Om n /fa c m a li/ fa th e r Om n /fa :d a r / film O m n / f ilm / fla t Om n /fla e t/ fo r me Om /fo m i:/ friendly Om adj / f r c n d li/ funny O m a d j / f a n i/ girl Om n / y a il/ good Om adj /g o d / grandfather O m n /g ra e n fa :d a r/ grandm other Om n /g ra m m A d o r/ grandparents n p i /g ra m p e o ro n ts / happy O m a d j /h te p i/ hard Om a dj /h a :d / hotO m a d j /h o t/ house Om n /h a o s / Coursebook. You can insert your ow n translation. p h r phrase pron pronoun v verb p i plural prep preposition Im a t w o rk fro m 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Emilie and Bruno are artists. This apple is bad. 30 o f people in the w orld have g o t a bank account. Its a beautiful city. Its only g o t one bedroom . Has your best friend g o t a pet Has your neighbour got a bicycle M r Thom pson is a teacher a t a big school. The boy is her son. Andy and Anna are brother and sister. Its a hard job but shes happy. Am ys father is called Lee. Have your parents g o t a car M y m others g o t nine cats. The hotel is nice and its near the city centre. Its a good restaurant b u t its not cheap. M y aunt and uncle have g o t one child. Theyve got fo u r children. Shes a clever wom an. This coffee is hot. M y room is very cold. Hes here fo r a conference but Im on holiday. M arichka and M ikolajs daughter is ten. Sarahs g o t a friendly dog. London is a great city b u t its very expensive. Their fam ily is poor b u t they are happy. His fa th e r is very young. Its a happy film . W eve g o t a fla t near N otre Dame de Paris. So fo r me the fla t is like a hotel. The people are very friendly. Will Ferrell is a funny man. The girl is th e ir daughter. Ive got a good job. Davids grandfather is from the USA. w h e res your grandm other Derek and Carol are Fergus Olivia and Katies grandparents. Hes very happy in Australia. Agnieszka is a doctor. Shes g o t a hard job. Its very hot but th a ts OK. Filipas house is in Warsaw. 1 Name

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A1 Wordlist Unit 3 Navigate husband O m n /h a z b o n d / interesting O m adj / in t r o s tir i/ lovely Om a d j / I a v H/ man O m n /m a in / m arried Om adj /m a s rid / men O m n p i /m e n / message Om v /m e s id 3/ m obile phone Om n /.m o u b a il fs o n / m other O m n /m A d o r/ m usician Om n / m ju z if n / neighbour O m n /n c ib a r / new O m adj / n ju : / New Zealand n /n ju : z iilo n d / o f course O m /o v k o : s / old Om adj /o u ld / old age Om a dj /o tjld / p.m. / p i: e m / painting Om n /p e in t t f l/ parents Om n p i /p e o ro n ts / people O m n p i / p i:p l/ person O m n /p 3 :s n / petO m n /p e t/ place O m n /p le is / please Om exclam ation / p liiz / poorO m a d j /p o :r/ possession Om n /p o z e jn / project Om n /p r o d g e k t/ rich Om adj /ritJV room Om n /r u :m / sad Om a d j /sacd/ sea Om n / s iː/ seat Om n /s i:t/ shop Om n /f o p / sister Om n /s is to r / sm all O m adj /s m o tl/ son Om n /s a n / songO m n /s o t/ sorry Om a dj /s o r i/ TV Om n / t i: ˈv i: / to ile t Om n / t o ilo t / villageOwr n Iw h d y / w ife Om n /w a if/ w om an Om n /w u m o n / w om en Om n p i / w im in / w orld Om n /w 3 :ld / young O m a d j /ja p / A gnetas husband is a doctor. Ive got an interesting job. A m it and Syreeta are lovely people. He isnt a rich man. Are you married W eve g o t five neighbours - three men and tw o w om en. Message me soon. Bye. 70 o f people in the w orld have g o t a m obile phone. This is m y mother. Hes a m usician too. M y o th e r neighbour Cedric is a teacher. Its a new phone. Theyre from New Zealand and the yre lovely people. Can I sit here O f course. Ive got an old bicycle. Oliver is eight years old. Shes a t w ork from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. every day. Theyve got a lovely painting in th e ir room. Am ys parents are in Taiwan. The people here are very nice. Sam is a lovely person. The childrens pet is a dog called Benji. Its a nice place. C offee Yes please. They are poor b u t they are happy. Have you g o t a lot o f possessions Hes g o t a job on a big project in Vietnam. The USA is a rich country. W ere in a hotel and our room is really big. w h y is the w om an sad W ere in a hotel near the sea. Excuse me. Thats m y seat. M y village hasnt g o t a shop. His sister Grace is six. Her fla t is nice but its small. This is Xavier and Carm ens son Cristobal. W hats your favourite song Sorry Im late. 20 o f people in the w orld have g o t a TV. Excuse me. W here is the toilet This is m y village. His w ifes nam e is Yu. The w om an next to the man is his wife. These w om en are Japanese Maiko. 9 o f people in th e w orld have g o t a car. The young boy is her son. 2 N am e

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A1 Wordlist Unit 4 Navigate Here is a list o f useful or new w ords from U nit 4 o f Navigate A1 W ords m arked w ith a key Om all appear in the O xford 3000. a dj adjective conj conjunction p h r v phrasal verb adv adverb d e t determ iner n noun a lo tO m p r o n t o lo t / actor O m n /a e k to r/ artO m n / a it / a t th e w eekend Om p h r /act ð ə w i:k e n d / baseball n /b c is b o tl/ basketball n /b o is k itb c u l/ beach O m n / b i : t j / bookshop n /b u k J ’Dp/ busO m n /H a s/ call O m v /k o d / card gam es Om n p i /k a :d g c im z / centO m n /s e n t/ charity Om n /tja e r o ti/ check em ails Om p h r / t j e k iim e ilz / com ics n p i /k o m ik s / custom er O m n /k A s ta m o fr/ cycle Om v /s a ik l/ Denm ark n /d e n m a ik / departm ent store Om n /d ip c u tm o n t s to : r/ differe n t O m a dj / d if r o n t / dollar Om n /d n lo r / drive Om v /d r a iv / early Om adv / s ili/ electronics shop n / ije k t r n n ik s fn p / euro Om n /ju o r o u / fa cto ry Om n /fa e k tri/ favourite O m adj / f e iv s r it / fe rry n / f e r i finish w o rk Om p h r w 3 :k / get dressed Ob p h r /g e t d re s t/ g e t hom e Om p h r /g e t h o u m / g e t up Om p h r v /g e t ˈ a p / go Om v /g o u / go abroad O n p h r /g o u o b ro id / go o u t Om p h r v /g o o a u t/ go to bed Om p h r /cjou to b e d / go to w o rk Om p h r /g o u to w 3 ik / guita r n / g it a : r / have Om v /h æ v / have a bath Om p h r /.haev o b u :B / Coursebook. You can insert your ow n translation. p h r phrase pron pronoun v verb p i plural prep preposition We w atch a lot o f film s. M att Damon is a film acto r and w riter. Koko likes art. Does she w o rk a t th e weekend W hen he has tim e M a tt Damon w atches baseball. When he has tim e he plays basketball. A t the w eekend Valentina goes to th e beach. I w o rk in a bookshop. Pedro goes to w o rk by bus. Call me w hen you get to the hotel. He also plays card games. Its tw o dollars fifty cents. She w o rks fo r a charity. When do you check emails He likes Spider-Man com ics Im a w a ite r in a cafe and I serve custom ers. Do you cycle to w ork in Denmark 36 o f people cycle to w ork school or university. M y brother w orks in a big departm ent store. We are tw ins b u t w e have very different lives. Its ten dollars. We drive to w ork. Does she get up early M y best friend w orks in an electronics shop its six euros fifty cents. John w orks in a car factory. M y favourite day is Saturday. No one in our group goes to w o rk by ferry ı finish w ork a t 6 p.m. I have a shower and then l get dressed. I get hom e a t 5 a.m. W hat tim e do you get up I go to w o rk by train ı go abroad a lot. On Saturdays w e go out w ith friends. A fte r dinner l go to bed. A lot of people in Vietnam go to w o rk by m otorbike. M y sister plays the guitar ı d o n t have a car. I have a bath in the evening. 1 Name

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A1 Wordlist Unit 4 Navigate have a show er O m p h r /.h te v o ˈ J a u o r/ have breakfast O m p h r /hacv b r e k fa s t/ have dinner Om p h r /.hccv d in a r/ help Om v /h e lp / in m y free tim e Om p h r /m m a i f r i: ta im / journey Om n /c l3 3 :n i/ Kenya n /k e n jo / like Om v /la ik / live Om v / liv / lives O m n p i /la iv z / m otorbike Om n /m o u to b a ik / nam ed o m adj /n e im d / need Om v /n iid / new spaper O m n /n ju iz p e ip o r / over the re Om adv /.o o v o d e o r/ parkO m n /p a :k / pence Om n p i /p e n s / pharm acy n /fe u m o s i/ play O m v /p le i/ pound Om n /p a o n d / public tra nsp o rt Om n /.p a b lik tr a e n s p o it/ read O m v /r i:d / same Ob a d j /s e im / sim ilar Om a d j /s im o lo r / som etim es Om adv /s a m ta im z / South Africa n /s a u fl a e frik o / South Korea n /s a u 0 k o rio / start w o rk O m p h r / s t a it w 3 :k / study O m v /s tA d i/ Sw itzerland n /s w its o lo n d / teach O m v / t i : t j / tennis n /te m s / te x t message Om n /te k s t m e s id 3 / tic k e t Om n / t i k i t / together Om a d v / ta g e d o r/ train O m n / tr e in / Vietnam n /v jc tn a c m / w alk Om v /w o :k / w atch Om v /w n tjV w ork O m v /W 3 tk / w rite r Om n /r a ito r / l get up a t 5 a.m. and have a shower. Does she have breakfast w ith her fam ily I have dinner a t 7.30 p.m. Can l help you in m y free tim e l go to the cinema. I really like m y journey to w ork. She lives in Nairobi in Kenya. Bryan and Anna like music ı d o n t live in Sydney. Their lives are very different. Hanoi has three m illion m otorbikes. She has a daugher nam ed Akinyi. ı need a notepad. He w orks fo r a newspaper. Theyre over there near th e window . London Zoo is in The Regents Park. Its five pounds ninety-nine pence. I need to go to the pharmacy. He also plays badm inton. Its three pounds. In Sydney 17 o f people go to w o rk on public transport. I read books and w atch TV. They have the sam e father but different mothers. Aum a and her brother have d iffe re n t lives but th e ir jobs are similar. Som etim es he goes to o th e r countries fo r his work. We live in Johannesburg in South Africa. I live w ith m y parents in South Korea. I s ta rt w ork a t 8 a.m. We study a t Charles University. A lot o f people in Sw itzerland go to w o rk by train. They teach young people from poor fam ilies. A t the w eekend Valentina plays tennis. I send a lo t o f te x t messages to m y friends. You buy your ticke t on the bus. We have dinner together. M y father goes to w o rk by train. M y grandparents live in Vietnam . He d oesnt w alk to w ork ı w atch Tv a t the w eekend. I d o n t w o rk on Sundays. Ben Stiller is a film acto r and writer. 2 Name

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A1 Wordlist Unit 5 Navigate Here is a list o f useful or new w ords from U nit 5 o f Navigate A1 W ords m arked w ith a key Om all appear in the O xford 3000. a dj adjective conj conjunction p h r v phrasal verb adv adverb d e t determ iner n noun a piece o f θ p h r /ə p irs o v / adult O m n /c e d A lt/ always O m adv / o ilw c iz / am azing adj /o m e iz iq / announcem ent n /o n a o n s m o n t/ architecture n /a :k ite k t.fa r / arm O m n /a im / bank Om n /b te o k / bare fe e t p h r /b c o r f i : t / basic Om adj /b e is ik / because Om conj /b ik o z / black O m adj /b lte k / blue O m a d j /b lu :/ body Om n /b o d i/ Bolivia n /b o liv ia / bow ler hat n /.b o u lo hact/ brow n o » a d j /b ra u n / busyO m adj / b iz i/ buyO m v /b a i/ casual a dj /k a u n l/ change o v / t f e in d 3/ cinema Om n /sinom o/ close Om v /klouz/ clothes Om n p i /k lo u d z / colour O m n /kAlor/ colourful adj /kA la fl/ comment Om n /knm ent/ designer n /diza inor/ dress Om n /dres/ eat Om v /i:t/ Europe n / ju o ro p / every day om adv /e v r i d e i/ exam ple O ur n /ig z c u m p l/ exciting Om adj / ik s a it t o / face Om n /fe is / fake tan p h r / f e ik ta rn / fam ous O m adj /fe im o s / fashion Om n /fa e jn / Coursebook. You can insert your ow n translation. p h r phrase pron pronoun v verb p i plural prep preposition They w e a r a piece o f w ood on th e ir heads. The m useum costs £5 fo r children and £10 fo r adults. I always buy m y ow n clothes. Jennys clothes are alw ays amazing. This is an announcem ent fo r passengers on flig h t FW1632. I love the architecture in Manchester. People have tw o arm s and tw o legs. ı always w ear sm art clothes in the w eek because ı w o rk in a bank. Children w alk w ith bare fe e t in the street. There are only fo u r basic types o f clothes. I like peoples clothes in London because they are different. I really like old black-and-w hite film s. She has a red to p and blue jeans. W here on the body does a Tuareg man w ear a tagelm ust The Chola w om en o f Bolivia are fam ous fo r th e ir style. They w ear big skirts and b ow ler hats. They w a n t to have brow n skin. Hi Hannah. Are you busy on Saturday w h e re do ı buy a ticket I som etim es w ear casual clothes. The Allianz Arena changes colour because different team s play there. See you a t the cinem a a t 6.15. W hen do th e shops close on Saturday A t the w eekend l usually w ear sports clothes. W hats your favourite colour Their clothes are always really colourful. I som etim es w rite com m ents on websites. Emma is a clothes designer too. Her dresses are amazing W hen does your fam ily eat dinner In northern Europe people p u t fake tan on th e ir hands and faces. Its open from ten to six every day. Our neighbours David and Erika are a good example. Clothes shopping is exciting. Shes g o t a really lovely face. People use fake tan because they d o n t like w h ite skin. Mt. Angel is fam ous fo r its festival - the O ktoberfest. They love fashion but the y d o n t like new clothes. 1 Name

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A1 Wordlist Unit 5 Navigate feature Om n / f i: t ja r / firs t flo or O m n /fs :s t flo t r / flo o r Om n /flo : r / flo w e r Om n /fla o a r / fOOt O ut a / f u t / France n /fro rn s / go shopping Ow» p h r /g a u J o p ip / good quality O m p h r /g o d k w n lo ti/ green Om adj /g r im / grey Om adj /g r e i/ hairO m n /h c o r/ hand O m n /haend/ head O n n /h e d / im po rta nt Om adj /im p n t tn t / in the w eek Om adv /m ð ə w iik / Indian adj / ‘in d io n / inform ation O m n /it n f o m e if n / interesting O m a d j / ‘in t r o s titj/ jacket O m n /d g a e k it/ jeans Om n p i /dfim z/ jum p er n / d 3A m p o r/ late Om adj / I c it / leather Om a d j /le d o r/ leave Om v / li: v / le g o n /le g / location O m n / la u k c if n / IongOm a dj /ln rl/ lunch Om n / la n t f / magazine Om m l m a e g s z iin / make arrangem ents p hr /m e ik o re in d g m o n ts / m idday O m n f im id d e i/ m odem Om a d j /m n d n / music Om n / m ju iz ik / never Om adv /n e v o r/ nextO m adj /n e k s t/ night Om n /n a it/ often Om adv /o fn / open Om v /o u p o n / opening tim e s O m n /o o p o n ip ta tm z / orange Om a dj lm m d y / outside Om adv /a u ts a id / popular Om a d j /p o p .jo lo r/ The Allianz Arena has an interesting design feature - it changes colour. M y office is on th e firs t floor. Theres a restaurant on the to p floor. They put w h ite and red flow ers on top of th e ir heads. We w e a r shoes and socks on our feet. M y friend has a house in France ı som etim es go shopping w ith m y wife. Expensive clothes are good quality. Ive got brow n hair and green eyes ı w ear grey trousers to w ork. Shes g o t really long hair. Some people put fake tan on th e ir hands. Theyve got very long hair and the y put it up on th e ir heads. Clothes a re n t im portant to me. I never w ear casual clothes in the week. W here do Indian w om en put henna I have m y travel inform ation in an email. That building is really interesting. Has he got a red jacket I like Ramons jeans but I d o n t like his hat. I w ear jum pers w hen its cold. I get up at 8 a.m . Thats late. David often w ears cow boy shirts and leather jackets. The bus leaves a t 9.35. W om en put it on th e ir arm s and legs. W hats the location of the hotel in Bolivia som e w om en w e a r really long skirts. Do you w a n t to m eet fo r lunch Fashion magazines often have young people in them . I usually make arrangem ents w ith m y friends by te x t message. The restaurant is open from 12 m idday to 12 a t night. Why do they like th a t m odem building w h a t m usic does she like They never w e a r th e same clothes. W hat tim e is the next m etro The bar is open from 12 m idday to 11 a t night. M att often w orks a t home. W hat tim e does the m useum open The opening tim es o f the shop are 9 a.m . in th e w eek and 10 a.m . a t weekends. They w a n t to have brow n skin but som etim es the colour is orange They d o n t w e a r it in th e house but the y w ear it outside. The cafe is a popular place to have food and drink. 2 Name

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A1 Wordlist Unit 5 Navigate public Om n / p a b lik / really O m adv / n o li/ reason O n n / r i:z n / red Om a d j /re d / shaw l n /J o : 1/ s h ir t Om n /J31V s h o e s O m n p i / J u : z / s k in O m n / s k i n / s k ir t O m n / s k 3 i t / s m a r t O m a d j / s m c u t / s p e a k Om v / s p i : k / s p o r ts O m n pi /s p o i t s / s ta d iu m n / s t e i d i o m / s tra n g e O m a d j / s t r e i n d g / s tr o n g O m acfy / s t r o r / s ty le Om n / s t a l l / s u n O m n / s n n / sw im m ing pool Om n /s w im to p u :l/ team Om n / t i: m / th in k Om v /0 iQ k / to p O m n /to p / to w n O m n /ta u n / traditional O m adj /tr o d ija n l/ trainers n p i /tr e in o z / travel Om v /tra c v l/ trousers Om n p i /tra u z o z / T-shirt n / t i : j 3 i t / type Om n /ta ip / unusual o a d / / A n ju : 3 u o l/ useful O m adj / ju is f l/ usually Om adv / j u : 3 u o li/ w ear O m v /w e a r/ w h ite Om adj /w a it/ w h y O m /w a i/ w ind Om n /w in d / w ood Om n /w o d / yellow Om acfy /jc lo u / Is it open to th e public Hes g o t really short hair W hats th e reason th a t you are late Kunikos got a beautiful red top. They w e a r a shaw l around th e ir body because it is som etim es very cold. He has a blue shirt. in New Zealand children d o n t always w ear shoes. People use fake tan because they d o n t like w h ite skin. She has a really long skirt. I never w ear sm a rt clothes a t w ork. Do you speak English M y father som etim es w ears sports clothes. The Allianz Arena is a football stadium in M unich. Its really strange to see this. The sun and w ind are very strong in th e Sahara. Their style is very traditional. The sun is strong in the Sahara. Theres a sw im m ing pool and a park. D ifferent team s play football there. They th in k shoes are bad fo r th e ir feet. Lucys g o t a beautiful ye llo w top. W hat tim e is the next bus to th e to w n centre On th e ir bodies the y w ear a traditional dress called a kimono. I w ear trainers w hen l go running. I travel by bus a lot. A Sudanese w om an doe sn t w ear trousers. I usually w e a r a T-shirt on hot days. You probably think th a t the re are m any d iffe re n t types o f clothes. This building is unusual - it changes colour. W hy is English a useful language I usually go shopping at th e weekend. I often w e a r sm art clothes a t w ork. The Allianz Arena is w h ite for the German national team . Why do you study English The w in d is very strong in the Arctic. On th e ir feet they w ear big shoes m ade o f w ood. The man in the yellow sh irt is Javier. 3 Name

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A1 Wordlist Unit 6 Navigate Here is a list o f useful or new w ords from U nit 6 o f Navigate A1 Coursebook. You can insert your ow n translation. W ords m arked w ith a key Om all appear in th e O xford 3000. a dj adjective co n j conjunction p h r v phrasal verb adv adverb d e t determ iner n noun access Om n /te k s e s / air conditioning n /e o k a n d ijn iij/ all d e t /o il/ another Om d e t /o n A d o r/ area Om n /e o rio / arrive Om v /o r a iv / bakery n /b c ik o r i/ balcony n /b te lk o n i/ bath Om n /b a :U / bathroom O m n /b c u U ro m / bed O m n /b e d / bedroom Om n /b e d ru m / book O m v /b u k / broken O m adj /b ro u k o n / cafe n /k a e fe i/ car park O m n /k e n p a :k / chair O m n / t je o r / check-in n / t f c k in / checkout n / t je k a u t / clean O m a d j /k li:n / code Om n /k o o d / cupboard O m n /k a b o d / dining room O m n /d a m iu ru m / d irty O m adj / d 3 iti/ drink O m n /d r ig k / each Om d e t / i : t j / facilities O m n p i / f a s ilo tiz / festival O m n / f e s t iv l/ fishing O m n / f i f i t y fo r hours p h r /fo r ‘a u o z / forest O m n / f o n s t / free parking Om p h r / f r i: p c u k iij/ fridge O n n H n d y J give O m v /g iv / g olf course n / g o lf k o :s / guest Om n /g e s t/ gym n /d 3 im / have a reservation O m p hr /h te v ə .r c z o v c ijn / heater n /h h to r / instructions O m n p i /in s tr A k J n z / p h r phrase pron pronoun v verb p i plural prep preposition Guests have 24-hour access to the hotel. There is air conditioning in every room. All the flats have got lovely balconies. You can have another room. Theres one dining area fo r all the students in the flat. I arrive in Barcelona at fo u r oclock. Theres an am azing bakery - m y favourite shop in Lewisburg. Has each room got a balcony Has our room g o t a bath Each bathroom has g o t a show er and a toilet. The other bedroom has got a European bed. The bedroom s are very cold it looks great. Lets book it. The phone in m y room is broken. Theres a cafe near the hotel. Is there a hotel car park There is a table and fou r chairs on each balcony. Check-in is after 2 p.m. Checkout is before 11 a.m. The room s in the hotel are clean ı d o n t know the code fo r the door. There are to w e ls in the cupboard. The fla t has g o t a sm all bathroom a kitchen and a dining room The bathroom is very dirty. Are there any drinks in the fridge Has each fla t got a kitchen Mt. Angel doe sn t have a lot o f facilities. Mt. Angel has a fam ous festival. There are lots of things to do - walking sw im m ing and fishing. He can listen to th e Beatles fo r hours. People w alk in th e forest and in the m ountains. The hotel has free parking W i-fi and a gym. Theres a sm all kitchen w ith a fridge and m icrowave. Please give me the code. Theres a golf course near the tow n. Is there free W i-fi fo r guests It has a lot o f good facilities: tennis m ini-golf and a gym. I have a reservation. The nam e is Davis. Theres a heater in the room. They ca nt understand the instructions. 1 N am e

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A1 Wordlist Unit 6 Navigate interne t n /in to n e t/ iron Om n /a io n / ironing board n /a io m g b o :d / kitchen o » n / k i t f m / lift O w e n / l i f t / like me p h r /Ia ik m i/ linkO m n / lig k / living room n /Iiviq ru:m/ local Om a d j /lo u k l/ love Om v /I a v / lucky Om adj / la k i/ m icrow ave n /m a ik r o w e iv / m ini-bar n /m in ib a i r / m inute Om n / m in it / m ountain On» n /m a u n to n / noisy Om a d j /n o iz i/ ow n Om adj /a u n / password n /p a :s w 3 :d / pizza n /p iits o / problem Om n /p ro b lo m / quiet Om adj /k w a io t/ reception Om n /r is c p jn / receptionist Om n /r is e p jo m s t/ refreshm ents n p i / r if r c jm o n t s / safeO m n /s e if/ send Om v /s e n d / show er Om n /X a o o r/ sofa Om n /s o u fo / staff Om n / s t a if / superm arket Om n /s u ip o m u ik it/ sw itch Om n / s w it j/ table Om n / t e ib l/ tea Om n / t i: / theatre Om n /0 i3 to r / them e O m n /0 i:m / to ile t Om n / t o ilo t / tow els Om n p i /ta u o lz / tre e house Om n / t r i : h ao s/ tryO m v /t r a i/ TV n / t i: ˈv i: / visitor Om n / v iz it o r / w a te r Om n /w o ita fr / w ebsite Om n /w e b s a it/ W i-fi n /w a i f a i/ Are you on the internet is there an iron in th e room Each room has an ironing board. Each kitchen has g o t a big fridge. There isn t a lift in this hotel. Its a great place for people like me. Ill send you th e link to the flats. Theres a living room fo r all the flats. A bus goes to the local tow n Nikiti. I live in Lewisburg and l love th e place. There are a lot of things to do - w e re very lucky. The fridge and the m icrow ave are in the kitchen. The m ini-bar has got tea coffee and water. This fla t in Hiroshim a is tw e n ty m inutes from the city centre. There are m ountains near here. O ur room is very noisy. Have ail the flats got th e ir ow n kitchen The Wi-fi passw ord is guest. Theres a great pizza restaurant on m y street. One problem is th a t Lew isburg has a lot o f visitors. Shes g o t a q uiet room in th e hotel. There is free W i-fi in reception. M y sister w orks as a receptionist in a hotel. I like refreshm ents in m y room. The code for th e safe is B50079. Ill send som eone to help. The show er in m y room is broken. The sofa is in the living room. The staff are lovely. There is a big superm arket in the tow n. The sw itch is near th e door. The table is on the balcony. The restaurant serves tea and coffee. Theres a Shakespeare play on a t th e theatre. Each room has a car them e. Each bathroom has g o t a toilet. There a re n t any to w e ls in the bathroom it looks like a big tree house. Try in the cupboard near th e w indow . The TV is in the living room. Lew isburg has a lot o f visitors. All the room s have cold and hot water. There are som e really nice flats on th is website is there free W i-fi in the hotel 2 Name

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A1 Wordlist Unit 7 Navigate Here is a list o f useful or new w ords from U nit 7 o f Navigate A1 W ords m arked w ith a key Om all appear in the O xford 3000. a dj adjective conj conjunction p h r v phrasal verb adv adverb d e t determ iner n noun a b ottle o f O /ə b n tl o v / ability O m n /o b ilo ti/ advert Om n /tc d v 3 :t/ Algeria n /aelˈ d 3 to rio / anim al Om n /tc m m l/ badly O m adv /b a e d li/ behaviour Om n / b ih c iv jo r / bird Om n /b a id / bored O n adj /b o ld / boring Om a d j / b o in t y box Om n /b o k s / com puter skills Om n pi /k o m p ju it o f r s k ilz / contact O m v /k n n ta jk t/ cook O m v /k o k / C O S t O m v /k o s t/ dance O v /d a rn s / dolphin n / d o lf in / each oth e r O m pron / i : t j A d o r/ electric piano Om n / i. le k t r ik p ja tn o u / enthusiastic Om adj /in .O ju iz ia e s tik / fast Om adj / f o is t / fastO m adv / f o is t / fly Om v / f la i/ foreign language Om n /fn ro n lte q y w id go on Facebook/Tw itter Om p h r /g o o on fc is b o k t w it o r / go o u t w ith friends O n p h r /g o u a u t w id fr c n d z / go to th e cinem a Om p h r /g o u to ð ə s m o m o / go to the theatre O m p hr /g o o to ð ə B io to r/ goldfish n /g o u ld fiJ V gorilla n /g o r ilo / guide Om n /g a id / hateO m v /h e it/ hobby Om n /h o b i/ interest Om n /m tr o s t/ interested in O n a dj / in t r o s t id in / know O m v /n o n Lebanon n /le b o n s n / Coursebook. You can insert your ow n translation. p h r phrase pron pronoun v verb p i plural prep preposition Can I have a bottle o f water please Koko has an unusual ability: she understands language. Look a t this job advert - it looks really interesting. M y nam e is Khalid. Im from Algeria. She ca n t paint animals. I like playing th e guitar but l play badly. The Dolphin Research Project studies dolphins behaviour. M urphys an am azing bird. Im always bored a t the w eekend. I d o n t like w atching football - its really boring. I c a n t open this box. Its very useful to have good com puter skills. Please co nta ct me so w e can speak English to each other. M y partner cooks delicious food. How m uch does it cost I c a n t dance very well. Dolphins can understand about sixty words. M y friend and l speak Spanish to each other. Koko can play an electric piano. We w a n t enthusiastic English teachers fo r o ur sum m er school. Im a fast learner She can type fast. Birds can fly. I can speak three foreign languages. I som etim es go on Facebook at w ork. A t the w eekend l go o u t w ith friends. We go to th e cinem a every weekend. ı never go to the theatre. C om et the goldfish can play football and basketball. Koko is a gorilla. M y m other is a to u r guide in Cambridge. I hate playing tennis. M y hobbies are football and rock music. Do you have a lot of interests She is very interested in Koko. Do you know any clever animals Ziad Fazah from Lebanon can speak fifty-e igh t languages. 1 N am e

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A1 Wordlist Unit 7 Navigate listen to m usic Om p h r /h s n to m ju iz ik / lost Ob adj /lo s t/ make things O m p h r /m e ik flu jz / nobody Om pron /n o u b o d i/ paintbrush n /p e in tb r A f/ parrot n / p a crot/ picture Om n / p ik t jo r / p la y s p o r t Om p h r / p l c i s p o i t / play video gam es O m p h r /p lc i v id io u g c im z / post O m n /p o u s t/ record Om v / n k o id / rem em ber O m v /n m e m b o r/ research Om n / r i i s 3 i t j / ride Om v /r a id / run Om v /ra n / seatO m n /s i:t/ shop online p h r /J o p n n la in / sign O m n /s a in / sing Om v /s ir/ skill O m n s k i / slow ly Om adv /s lo u li/ social m edia Om n /.s o u fl m iid io / S p a n is h n /s p a e m J V sw im Om v /s w im / sw im m er n /s w im a r / ta k e p h o to s O m p h r / t c i k f o u t o u z / th irsty Om a d j /0 3 is ti/ to u rist Om n / t o a r is t/ translato r n /tra e n s T e ito r/ typeO m v /ta ip / typist n / t a ip is t / Uruguay n / ju o ro g w a i/ video O m n /v id io o / volunteer n / y n lo n t io f r / w atch sp ort O m p h r / w o t f s p o :t/ w ell Om a d v /w e l/ w o rk in th e garden O m p h r /w 3 ik in ð ə g a :d n / w rite Om v / r a it / l always listen to m usic in th e car. Im lost. Can you te ll m e th e w a y to the station M y sister often makes things to give as presents. Nobody in o ur group goes to w o rk by ferry. Koko can use a paintbrush. M y neighbours have a parrot Murphy. Koko can paint a picture o f a bird ı often play sport in the evenings. M y son plays video gam es all w eekend ı w rite a post on m y blog every day. W hen you learn a new w ord record it in a notebook. She rem em bers peoples faces. My friend w orks w ith gorillas on a research project. She can ride a m otorbike. I ca nt run fast. Excuse me. Thats m y seat. ı shop online fo r clothes because its easy and cheap. She can use over 1000 signs. M urphy can sing and speak. Its im portant to learn new skills. Can you speak slowly l use social media to talk to m y friends and family l c a n t speak Spanish. You can sw im well. Is Jack a good sw im m er W hat do you take photos of Im really thirsty. A lot of tourists visit Lewisburg. My w ife Jane is a translator l type very slowly l am a bad typist. In Uruguay people never speak English. In one video w e w atch Koko as she uses a paintbrush. Im a volunteer on a research project in Zanzibar l w atch sport on TV w ith m y friends. They ca nt use a com puter well. My grandfather always w o rks in the garden on sunny days. He w rite s am azing songs. 2 Name

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A1 Wordlist Unit 8 Navigate Here is a list o f useful or new w ords from U nit 8 o f Navigate A1 Coursebook. You can insert your ow n translation. W ords m arked w ith a key Om all appear in th e O xford 3000. a dj adjective conj conjunction p h r v phrasal verb adv adverb d e t determ iner n noun accident Om n /a e k s id o n t/ actress Om n /tn k tr o s / adventure Om n /o d v c n tjo r / article O m n / u i t i k l / astronaut n /a e s tro n o it/ birthday Om n /b a iQ d e i/ boss Om n /b o s / carpenter n /k a :p o n ta r / c e n tu ry 0 " n /s e n tjo r i/ characters O m n p i /k te ro k to z / co lle ct Om v / k s lc k t / die Om v Ideal d o c u m e n to r n /d n k ju m o n t/ dream O m n /d r i:m / foundation o» n /fa u n d e ijn / glider n /g la id o r / g ro w up O m p h r v /g ra u a p / horse O m n /h o :s / last year O m d e t /la is t/ leader O m n /liid o r / party Om n /p c i:t i/ real Om a d j / r iio l/ return O m v / r it o in / scientist O m n /s a io n tis t/ storyteller n /s to ir itc l3 r / tale n / t c il/ w as/w e re born Om p h r / w o z W 3 ir b o :n / yesterday O m adv /je s ta d c i/ Ordinal numbers firs t /f3 :s t/ second /s e k o n d / th ird /0 3 id / fourth /fo :0 / fifth /fifU / sixth /s ik s fl/ seventh /s e v n fl/ eighth le itQ I ninth /n a m B / tenth I t c n lil p h r phrase pron pronoun v verb p i plural prep preposition He died in a flying accident in 1869. Ingrid Bergman w as an actress from Sweden. They both loved adventure. This is an interesting article about people from history. His dream w as to be an astronaut. When is your birthday Bill Gates w as the boss o f M icrosoft. W nek w as a carpenter and had no school education. The Brothers G rim m lived in the 19th century. The characters w ere real children from d iffe re n t places in England. They w ere interested in tales and started to collect them . A fte r th e ir father died life w as very difficult. The film s are im portant historical docum ents. Her dream w as to be m arried and have a family. They use the Gates Foundation to help poor people. He w anted to m ake the w o rld s firs t glider. We w atch him as he grow s up. She and her father travelled around California on horses. We w ere on holiday in South A frica last year. He w as a civil rights leader from th e USA. I can com e to your party. The characters w ere real children. When she returned to the USA she talked to people about her travels. M arie Sktodowska-Curie w as a scientist from Poland. Hans Christian Andersen was a fam ous storyteller from Denmark. He w ro te tales for children. They w ere born in Hanau Germany ı listened to her fo r tw o hours yesterday. 1 Name

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A1 Wordlist Unit 8 Navigate eleventh /Ilevnt/ tw e lfth /tw elffl/ tw e n tie th /tw entioO / tw e n ty-first /.tw e n ti f3 ist/ tw e n ty-th ird /.tw e n ti B o id / th irtie th /e a itio fl/ th irty -firs t /0 3 :ti fo ist/ Months January /d 3 c e n ju o ri/ February /fe b r u o r i/ M arch /m o :tJ 7 A pril /e ip r o l/ May /m e i/ June /d 3u :n / July /cl3u ‘la i/ August /o :g o s t/ Septem ber /s e p tc m b o r/ O ctober /D kt3ubar/ Novem ber /n o o v em b o r/ Decem ber /d isem b o r / 2 Name

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A1 Wordlist Unit 9 Navigate Here is a list o f useful or new w ords from U nit 9 o f Navigate A1 W ords m arked w ith a key Om all appear in the O xford 3000. a dj adjective conj conjunction p h r v phrasal verb adv adverb d e t determ iner n noun a day o ff n /ə ˌd e i o f / agoO m adv /o g o o / atm osphere Om n /a :tm o s fio r / autum n Om n /o ito m / bill Om n / b il/ cloudy a d j /k la u d i/ cold Om adj /k o o ld / com e Om v /k a rri/ com edian n /k a m iid io n / costO m n /k o s t/ d ifficu lt Om adj / d if ik o lt / ending Om n /e n d ip / event O m n /F v e n t/ excuse Om n / ik s k ju is / fall Owr v / f o il/ fall in love p h r / . f o il in I a v / forge t O m v / f a 1 g e t/ get O m v /g e t/ get ill p h r /g e t ll / happen o v /ˈh æ p o n / have a good tim e p h r /hasv o g u d ta r n i/ headache Om n /h c d c jk / horror film Om n /h o r o r f ilm / hotO m a d j /h o t/ hugeO m a d j / h ju : d 3/ illness O m n /iln o s / in fact adv /in fin k t/ keep warm O m v / k iip / knifeO m n /n a if/ loseO m v /lu :z / m eat Om n /m i:t/ m eet Om v / m i: t / m em ory Om n /m c m o r i/ m illionaire n /m iljo n e o r / miss the train Om v /m is / m istake Om n /r m s tc ik / rainy adj / r e in i/ realize O m v /r io la iz / receipt O m n / n s iit / Coursebook. You can insert your ow n translation. p h r phrase pron pronoun v verb p i plural prep preposition l d id n t go to w o rk yesterday - it w as m y day off. The train le ft an hour ago. The atm osphere w as great in autum n it is n t hot b u t it is warm . A custom er left a 3000 tip on an 88 bill in w in te r it is cloudy and often rainy. Was it cold in New York today Deborah often cam e to England to visit Clive. We saw a com edian but he w a s n t very funny. N orm ally th e tip is betw een 10 and 20 o f th e cost of the meal. Life w as very d ifficu lt fo r them . The film has a really sad ending. Lots o f events happened in m y life last year. W hats your excuse fo r being late I w as in th e kitchen and the fridge fell on me. They fell in love and m arried in 1984. ı fo rg o t th e tim e o f m y m eeting w ith th e team . Why did you get th e bus today He had a good holiday but he g o t ill in Tangiers. When did it happen Did you have a good tim e She had a really bad headache and fe lt sick. I w atched a horro r film and I co u ld n t sleep. Its never very hot and its never very cold. A w a ite r got a huge tip - 7000 - on a 50 bill. A fte r his illness he co u ld n t rem em ber anything in fact one or tw o o f the bands w ere terrible. Diaz gave him his w a lle t and his ja cke t to keep him w arm . He saw a boy w ith a knife. He g o t very ill and lost his memory. We need som e m eat fo r th e barbecue. I m et m y husband John w hen l w as five years old Bob had an am azing memory. People th in k th a t it is a group of in terne t m illionaires from California. I w as late fo r w o rk because l missed the train. The w a ite r thought it w as a mistake. It w as cold and rainy so w e w e n t to the cinem a. He realized his m istake later. M r Kinney w ants to find the cre d it card receipt. 1 Name

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A1 Wordlist Unit 9 Navigate retirem ent Om n / r ita io m o n t/ see Om v /s i:/ sell Om v /s e l/ service Om n /s 3 :v is / sleep O m v /s h ip / snow y adj /s n o o i/ spring Om n /s p r ip / storm y adj /s to tm i/ story O m n / s t o ir i/ subtropical adj f s A b t r n p t k l/ sum m er Om n /s A m a r/ sunny a d j /s a n i/ tem perature O m n /te m p r o tjo r / terrib le O m adj /te r s b l/ th ro w away O n p h r v /0 ro u o w e i/ tip O m n / t ip / w aitress O m n /w c itr o s / w arm O m adj /w o :m / w eather O m n /w e d o r/ w in te r O m n / ’w in t s f r / He needs som e m oney for his retirem ent. We saw a lot of different things a t the festival. Deborah sold their fla t in London and m oved back to the USA. A w a ite r got a 6000 tip fo r his service. I slept badly so I got up very late. Its very cold and its often snowy too. in spring it is around 18°C but it is still rainy. It w as storm y in Tokyo yesterday so w e d id n t go out. You w ro te a story but they said it w a s n t good. Auckland has subtropical weather. Its very hot here in the summer. It w as sunny in London so w e w e n t to th e park in sum m er the tem perature is 20-24°C. I had a terrib le day yesterday. The w a ite r th re w away th e bill. W hat is a norm al tip in Am erica C ustom ers in Am erican restaurants always leave a tip fo r the w a ite r or w aitress. The sea is not very w arm in May. W hats th e w eather like w ith you W hats the w eather like in w in te r in New York 2 Nam e

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A1 Wordlist Unit 10 Navigate Here is a list o f useful or new w ords from U nit 10 o f Navigate A1 Coursebook. You can insert your ow n translation. W ords m arked w ith a key Om all appear in the O xford 3000. a dj adjective conj conjunction p h r v phrasal verb p h r phrase pron pronoun v verb adv adverb d e t determ iner n noun p i plural prep preposition a cup o f p h r /ə k A p a v / a kind o f p h r /o k a in d o v / apple juice Om n /a cpl d 3 u :s / biscuit Om n / b is k it / burger n /b 3 :g o r/ buy a house O m p h r /b a i ə h a u s / cakeO m n /k e ik / chance Om n It J a in s / change jobs Om p h r / t je in d 3 d 3 D bz/ chipsO m n p i / t jip s / coffee Om n / k o f i/ croissant n /k rw a s s D / cupcake n /k A p k e ik / dessert n / d iz 3 it / doughnut n /d a u n A t/ drink O m n /d r to k / during Om prep /d jo o r ip / environm ent Om n /in v a ir o n m o n t/ filling Om n / f ı1ıŋ/ finish school O m p h r / . f i n i j s k u :l/ flig h t O m n / f la it / food Om n /fu :d / have a baby Om p h r /hcev ə b e ib i/ h o td o g n /h o t d o g / in three days adv / in 0 ri: d c iz / international Om adj /.m to n a y fn o l/ invitation Om n / it n v i t e i jn / island O m n /a ilo n d / join Ow» v /cl3 0 in / learn a new language o p h r /l3 in ə n ju : k e ijg w id 3/ m enu Om n /m e n ju :/ m ilk Om n / m ilk / move abroad Om p h r /m u :v o b ro id / next month O m adj /n e k s t/ orange juice Om n /n n n d 3 d 3 u:s/ order O w n /o :d a r/ order Om v / ’o :d 3 r/ organization Om n /.o tg o n a iz e ijn / I’d like a cup of tea please. Sachertorte is a kind of chocolate cake. Apple juice is m y favourite kind o f juice. Would you like a biscuit A burger and chips please. Im probably not going to buy a house. Try the popular Tres Leches cake m ade w ith three kinds o f milk. Next year she has a chance to go to Europe. Are you going to change jobs next year Fish and chips is a traditional British dinner. Coffee is very cheap in Cuba and its very good. I som etim es have a chocolate croissant fo r breakfast. Try a colourful cupcake w ith your coffee. Id like to have som e dessert. Would you like a doughnut o r a biscuit W ould you like a hot drink They ca nt pay fo r the hotels or food during th e tour. W ere going to study the environm ent in Alaska. M oi-ji is a kind o f rice cake w ith a sw eet filling. When did you finish school M y flig h t to Vienna is a t 12.15. There w as interesting food from all over the w orld. Is she going to have a baby A large h o t dog please. Shes going to visit her friends in Spain in three days. Every year there is an international Coffee Expo there. Thank you very m uch fo r th e invitation. W ere going to live in a sm all house on another island. M y friend and l are going to join a group there. Im going to learn a new language next year. W ould you like to see the menu W ould you like m ilk w ith your coffee W ere going to m ove abroad. Im going to be a volunteer in Bolivia next m onth. Some people have orange ju ice fo r breakfast. Can I take your order Would you like to order Im going to w alk 150 kilom etres to help an international organization fo r dogs. 1 Nam e

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A1 Wordlist Unit 10 Navigate probably O m adv /p r o b o b li/ rice Om n /r a is / salad Om n /s a flo d / sandw ich n /ˈ s æ n w Itʃ/ singO m v / s iŋ / snack n /snaek/ special Om a d j / sp e jl/ sw eet O m a d j / s w iit / tea O m n / t i: / the day a fte r to m o rro w adv /ð ə dei a :fta r tam n rou / th is evening O m a dv /6 is iiv n iq / today Om adv /to d e i/ to m o rro w O m a d v / to m o ro u / tou rO m n /t r:r/ w a te r Om n /w o ito r / w ould likeO m p h r /w u d la ik / M y father is probably going to change jobs. Japanese food has g o t a lot of rice in it. A sm all salad please. A croque m onsieur is a kind of sandwich. The children are going to sing fo r us tom orrow . Its very popular w ith coffee as a snack. There are som e very special cakes to try. I love sw eet food and l always order a dessert. A cup o f tea and a piece of chocolate cake please. The day after to m o rro w m y parents and m y brother are going to visit me. Im not going to have pizza fo r dinner this evening. You a re n t going to buy a n ew skirt today. Rafael is going to clean the kitchen tom orrow . Im going to do a to u r o f London next week. Id like som e water please. W ould you like som ething to eat 2 Nam e

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1 2 Video First m eetings Vox pops 1 R e a d t h e w o r d s in t h e b o x . W r ite t h e m in th e c o r r e c t p la c e in t h e ta b le . C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . Names Jobs C ountries O ther w o rd s Where are you from l b M a tc h s p e a k e r s 1 -5 to p la c e s a - e . 1 Alex a Bicester England 2 Gabriella b Florida USA 3 Brittney c London England 4 John d Panama 5 Catherine e Normandy France Are you here on business 2 a T ic k «r t h e s p e a k e r s w h o a r e h e r e to s tu d y . A lexE D G a b r ie lla □ B r ittn e y □ J o h n EH C a t h e r i n e I 1 Whats your job 2 b C i r c l j th e c o r r e c t jo b fo r e a c h s p e a k e r . 1 A le x is a teacher / a doctor 2 G a b r ie lla is a stu d en t/a nurse. 3 B r ittn e y is an engineer / a student. 4 J o h n is a taxi driver / a waiter. 5 C a t h e r i n e is a shop assistant / a nurse. 2 W a tc h t h e v id e o . D o s e c ti o n s 1 a n d 2. Whats your name l a W r ite t h e c o r r e c t n a m e o n e a c h p h o to . Brittney John Alex Catherine Gabriella 3 W o rk w ith a p a r t n e r . T a k e t u r n s to d e s c r i b e o n e s p e a k e r b u t d o n t s a y t h e i r n a m e . Y o u r p a r t n e r g u e s s e s w h ic h s p e a k e r it is. S t u d e n t A Shes a student. Shes from Panam a. S t u d e n t B It’ s Gabriella. w aiter John w allet nurse England business teacher Gabriella the USA Catherine France holiday Alex restaurant Brazil shop assistant laptop Panama Brittney student

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3 Video People and possessions Vox pops 1 T h i n k o f fiv e w o r d s fo r p e o p le in y o u r fa m ily . F o r e a c h p e r s o n w r i t e d o w n t h e te c h n o lo g y th e y h a v e g o t e.g . husband - laptop smartphone. W o rk w i t h a p a r tn e r . C o m p a r e y o u r f a m ily m e m b e r s a n d t h e i r te c h n o lo g y . W h a t is t h e s a m e W h a t is d if f e r e n t 2 W a tc h t h e v id e o . D o s e c tio n s 1 a n d 2. Tell us about your family. 1 A re s e n t e n c e s 1 -8 t r u e T o r f a ls e F 1 F r a n c is h a s g o t o n e s is te r a n d o n e b r o th e r . 2 A lis o n h a s g o t a b r o t h e r in th e n o r t h o f F r a n c e . 3 A lis o n s s i s te r is a h a i r d r e s s e r . 4 S u s ie h a s n t g o t a b r o t h e r o r a s is te r. 5 S u s ie s m o t h e r a n d f a th e r a r e 56 y e a r s o ld . 6 R a k ib u r h a s a b ig fa m ily . 7 R e b e c c a h a s g o t tw o s is te rs . 8 R e b e c c a s b r o t h e r s a r e B e n a n d P e te r. What technology have you got 2 W a tc h th e v id e o a n d tic k Z th e te c h n o lo g y e a c h p e r s o n h a s go t. s m a rt­ phone ta b le t laptop d ig ital cam era MP3 player Francis Alison Susie Rakibur Rebecca 3 W o rk w i t h a p a r t n e r . W h ic h o f t h e fiv e s p e a k e r s h a s g o t t h e m o s t s i m i l a r te c h n o lo g y to y o u o r m e m b e r s o f y o u r fa m ily Francis has got a tablet and a laptop. Ive got a laptop but I havent got a tablet. 4 Video My life Vox pops 1 T h i n k o f t h r e e a c tiv itie s t h a t y o u d o a n d tw o a c tiv itie s t h a t y o u d o n ’t d o e v e r y d a y . W r ite t h e m d o w n b u t d o n ’t p u t t h e m in o rd e r. W o rk w i t h a p a r tn e r . G u e s s t h e a c tiv itie s y o u r p a r t n e r d o e s e v e r y d a y . get up at 6.30 have breakfast ... S tu d e n t A You get up at 6.30 every day. S tu d e n t B Yes thats right. S tu d e n t B You have breakfast every day. S tu d e n t A No not every day. 2 W a tc h t h e v id e o . D o s e c tio n s 1 a n d 2. Tell us about a working day. l a W r ite d o w n t h e ti m e e a c h p e r s o n g e ts u p . 1 F r a n c i s ___________ 3 J o s i e ___________ 2 A l i s o n ___________ 4 L o u i s e ___________ l b W a tc h t h e v id e o a g a in . W r ite t h e c o r r e c t i n i ti a l fo r e a c h a c tiv ity : F F r a n c is A A lis o n J J o s ie o r L L o u is e . 1 I c o o k d i n n e r a t 5 p . m . ___________ 2 I d o n t d r iv e to w o rk . I g e t t h e b u s . ___________ 3 I s it in a c h a i r a n d r e a d . ___________ 4 I h a v e l u n c h a t a r o u n d 1 2 . ___________ 5 I w o r k in t h e lib r a r y fo r f o u r o r fiv e h o u r s . _________ 6 I u s u a lly g e t h o m e a t a b o u t 5 .3 0 . ___________ 7 A f te r lu n c h I h a v e l e s s o n s in c o l l e g e .___________ What do you do at the weekend 2 C o m p le te t h e s e n t e n c e s a b o u t e a c h s p e a k e r . 1 F r a n c is r e la x e s w i t h h i s f r ie n d s a n d p l a y s ___________ . S o m e tim e s h e g o e s to t h e ___________ . 2 R e b e c c a v is its h e r f r i e n d s ___________ in a n o r c h e s t r a o r ___________ to t h e t h e a t r e . 3 J o s ie g o e s s w i m m in g w ith h e r ___________ a n d ___________ film s . 4 L o u is e g o e s i n t o ___________ . 3 W o rk w ith a p a r tn e r . W h ic h o f t h e s t a t e m e n t s in e x e r c is e l b a r e t r u e fo r y o u C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s . Francis Alison Susie j Rakibur 1 Rebecca 1 Francis Alison Josie Louise Rebecca

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5 Video Style and design Vox pops 1 T h i n k o f t h r e e b u i l d in g s y o u k n o w e.g . B u rj A l A ra b . W o rk w i t h a p a r t n e r . D e s c r ib e t h e b u ild in g s . Burj Al Arab is very big an d modern. Its g o t... 2 W a tc h t h e v id e o . D o s e c tio n s 1 a n d 2. Describe a building you like. 1 C o m p le te t h e s e n t e n c e s w ith a d je c tiv e s fr o m t h e b o x . 1 F r a n c is lik e s t h e K r e m lin in M o s c o w b e c a u s e it h a s lo ts o f ___________ ___________ to w e r s . 2 A g n e s lik e s a ___________ l i tt l e h o u s e w h ic h is a ls o a b rid g e . 3 T h e a r t g a lle r y in A lis o n s to w n h a s g o t a __________ c a f e w i t h r e a l l y ___________ v ie w s o f t h e c ity . 4 S u s ie lik e s a ___________ b u i l d i n g in G la sg o w . Its ___________ a n d its g o t e v e r y th in g . 5 J o h n s f a v o u r ite b u i l d i n g is b e a u ti f u l a n d ___________ . I t’s v e r y ___________ to o . W hat clothes/styles do you like 2 M a tc h s p e a k e r s 1 -5 to t h e i r a n s w e r s a - e . 1 F r a n c i s a I lik e s p o r t s c lo th e s b u t o n ly fo r t h e g y m . 2 A g n e s b I d o n t lik e s m a r t c lo th e s b u t I a lw a y s w e a r s m a r t c lo th e s fo r w o rk . 3 A lis o n c I d o n ’t lik e s m a r t c lo th e s b e c a u s e t h e y a r e u n c o m f o r ta b le . 4 S u s ie d I a lw a y s w e a r c o m f o r ta b le s h o e s . 5 J o h n e I lik e s m a r t c lo th e s w h e n I g o o u t b u t I lik e c a s u a l c lo th e s a t w o rk . T ic k »r t h e a n s w e r s in s e c ti o n 2 w h i c h a r e s i m il a r to y o u r s . C o m p a r e y o u r a n s w e r s w ith a p a r tn e r . 6 Video Places and facilities Vox pops 1 W rite d o w n fiv e to e ig h t f a c ilitie s w h ic h y o u t h i n k a r e i m p o r t a n t in a to w n e .g . hospital museum. C o m p a r e y o u r id e a s w i t h a p a r tn e r . 2 W a tc h t h e v id e o . D o s e c tio n s 1 a n d 2. What facilities has your town got 1 i r c i e th e f a c ilitie s e a c h s p e a k e r m e n tio n s . 1 F r a n c i s B o u r n e m o u th a b e a c h / s h o p s / b a n k s / p a r k s / h o te ls / c i n e m a s 2 A lis o n B ir m in g h a m s h o p s / a g o lf c o u r s e / m u s e u m s / a n e w l i b r a r y / c i n e m a s / p a r k s 3 J o h n B ic e s te r r e s ta u r a n t s / c a fd s / b a n k s / h o te ls / p a r k s / a s p o r t s s t a d i u m / a c i n e m a / s h o p s 4 S u s ie G la sg o w r e s t a u r a n t s / s u p e r m a r k e t s / s h o p s / c i n e m a s / t h e a t r e s / a u n iv e r s ity / a p a r k / a m u s e u m 5 R e b e c c a M a n c h e s te r r e s t a u r a n t s / a s h o p p i n g c e n tr e / a m u s e u m / a n a r t g a lle r y / a t h e a t r e Describe a hotel you know. 2 T ic k / th e h o te l f a c ilitie s e a c h s p e a k e r t a lk s a b o u t. sw im m in g pool re sta u ra n t balcony big bed w i-fi Francis Alison John Susie Rebecca 3 W o rk w i t h a p a r tn e r . T h i n k o f a n e w h o te l. C o m p a r e w ith a n o t h e r p a ir . W hat is the nam e o f the hotel Is it big or small Where is it What facilities has it got Francis ı Agnes Alison Susie John modern beautiful x2 big old lovely colourful great tiny Francis Alison J John Susie 1 Rebecca

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7 Video Skills and interests Vox pops 1 W r ite d o w n t e n t h i n g s m o s t p e o p le c a n d o b y t h e a g e o f 3 0 . C o m p a r e y o u r lis t w i t h a p a r t n e r . T a k e t u r n s to a s k q u e s t i o n s a b o u t t h e t h i n g s o n y o u r lis ts . S t u d e n t A Can you ... S tu d e n t B Yes I can./No I cant. 2 W a tc h t h e v id e o . D o s e c tio n s 1 a n d 2. W hat can you do l a T ic k v t h e t h i n g s e a c h s p e a k e r c a n d o . drive play th e g u ita r cook speak French play fo o tb a ll Nigel Camilla John Alex Caroline What cant you do l b W h a t c a n t e a c h s p e a k e r doVCC irc fi th e c o r r e c t a n s w e r . 1 N ig e l swim / sing 2 C a m i ll a drive / type 3 J o h n cook / dance 4 A le x play the drums / play the piano 5 C a r o l i n e play sport / play the guitar What do you like doing 2 a A re t h e s e n t e n c e s t r u e T o r f a ls e F 1 N ig e l lo v e s r e a d in g . 2 C a m illa r e a lly lo v e s t a k i n g p h o to s . 3 J o h n lik e s g o in g to r e s ta u r a n t s . 4 A le x lik e s p la y in g m u s ic . 5 C a r o lin e lik e s c o o k in g a lo t. What dont you like doing 2 b C o m p le te t h e s e n t e n c e s a b o u t e a c h s p e a k e r . 1 N ig e l h a t e s t a k i n g t h e ___________ . 2 C a m illa r e a lly d o e s n ’t l i k e ________________________. 3 J o h n d o e s n ’t l i k e ________________________e a rly . 4 A le x d o e s n ’t lik e p l a y i n g ________________________. 5 C a r o lin e h a t e s d o i n g ___________ . W o rk in s m a ll g r o u p s . W h ic h o f t h e s p e a k e r s lik e s a n d d is lik e s in e x e r c is e 2 a r e t h e s a m e a s y o u r s C o m p a r e w ith o t h e r s t u d e n t s in y o u r g r o u p . 8 Video Our past Vox pops 1 C irciejjt h e c o r r e c t o p tio n s . 1 live / have c lo s e to a liv e r 2 w ant/ finish to b e a n u r s e 3 love / be v e r y h a p p y 4 use /p la y in t h e w o o d s 5 travel / enjoy f is h in g 2 W a tc h t h e v id e o . D o s e c ti o n s 1 a n d 2. What was your childhood like 1 A re t h e s e n t e n c e s t r u e T o r f a ls e F 1 N ig e l e n jo y e d f is h in g a n d p la y in g w i t h h is f r ie n d s in t h e riv e r. 2 C a m illa p la y e d w ith o n ly o n e f r ie n d a t s c h o o l. 3 A n n e p la y e d in t h e w o o d s a lo t w ith h e r s is te r. 4 C a r o lin e p la y e d o u ts id e in th e g a r d e n w i t h h e r b r o th e r s . What was your dream jo b when you were a child 2 C irc le t h e c o r r e c t a n s w e r fo r e a c h s p e a k e r . S o m e tim e s t h e r e is m o r e t h a n o n e c o r r e c t a n s w e r . 1 N ig e l w a n t e d to b e an engineer / a racing driver / a taxi driver 2 C a m illa w a n t e d to b e a teacher / a dentist / an actor 3 D a v id w a n te d to be Prime Minister / work in a ban k / work in a record shop 4 A n n e w a n t e d to b e a nurse / a ballet dancer / an artist 5 C a r o lin e w a n te d to b e a doctor / a writer / a farm er 3 W o rk w ith a p a r t n e r . A n s w e r t h e q u e s t i o n s a b o u t y o u r c h ild h o o d . 1 W h a t d i d y o u e n jo y d o in g w h e n y o u w e r e a c h ild 2 D id y o u w a n t to d o a n y o f t h e jo b s in e x e r c is e 2 I f n o t w h a t w a s y o u r d r e a m jo b I Nigel Camilla John Alex Caroline Nigel Camilla David Anne Caroline

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9 Video Unusual stories Vox pops 1 L o o k a t t h e a c tiv itie s in t h e b o x . W h ic h d o y o u t h i n k a r e e x c itin g P u t t h e m in o r d e r 1 -6 1 is t h e m o s t e x c itin g . C o m p a r e y o u r o r d e r w i t h a p a r tn e r . going on the London Eye camping in the mountains driving a fast car singing in a concert seeing the Pyramids in Egypt surfing 2 W a tc h t h e v id e o . D o s e c ti o n s 1 a n d 2. When was the last time you did something exciting 1 W h o s a id it M a tc h t h e s p e a k e r s to s e n t e n c e s a - e . Angela Anne Caroline Catherine Nigel a L a s t y e a r I s a n g in a c o n c e r t a n d it w a s b r illia n t. b T w o m o n t h s a g o I w e n t to E g y p t a n d I s a w t h e P y r a m id s . c A b o u t t h r e e m o n t h s a g o I w e n t w ith s o m e f r ie n d s to a r a c i n g c ir c u it a n d d r o v e a v e r y f a s t c a r. d L a s t y e a r I w e n t o n t h e L o n d o n E y e a n d it w a s v e r y e x c itin g . e L a s t y e a r I w e n t o n h o lid a y to M o ro c c o . I w e n t c a m p i n g in t h e m o u n t a i n s a n d t h e n I w e n t s u r f in g . When was the last time you travelled 2 M a tc h t h e s p e a k e r s to t h e p la c e t h e y tr a v e lle d to a n d o n e t h i n g t h e y s a id a b o u t t h e i r tr ip . Speaker Place In fo rm a tio n Nigel 1 Myanmar Burma a It was a fam ily holiday. Catherine 2 Spain b It was very cold w et and snowy. Anne 3 Turkey c It was hot and sunny. Angela 4 Montenegro d He/She w ent by train. Caroline 5 Scotland e He/She w ent on a boat down the river. 3 L o o k a t t h e tw o q u e s t i o n s in e x e r c is e 2 a g a in . C h o o s e o n e o f t h e m a n d p r e p a r e y o u r a n s w e r . T h i n k a b o u t: • w h e n it h a p p e n e d • w h e r e y o u w e n t • t h i n g s y o u d id • w h o y o u w e r e w ith • h o w y o u fe lt a b o u t it W o rk in s m a l l g r o u p s . S h a r e y o u r s to rie s . 10 Video New places new projects Vox pops 1 W r ite d o w n t h r e e t h i n g s y o u ’re g o in g to d o a t th e w e e k e n d . W o rk w ith a p a r t n e r a n d c o m p a r e y o u r p la n s . A re a n y o f y o u r p l a n s s im ila r 2 W a tc h t h e v id e o . D o s e c ti o n s 1 a n d 2. What are you going to do at the weekend 1 M a tc h s p e a k e r s 1 -5 to w h a t t h e y a r e g o in g to d o a - e . 1 Sandra a visit his/her parents 2 Nigel b take a boat on the river 3 Catherine c sing in a concert 4 Alex d go to Dover on the English coast 5 Mark e ride bikes w ith friends in the countryside Where do you like to eat 2 W h e r e d o t h e s p e a k e r s lik e to e a t C irc le j t h e c o r r e c t o p tio n . 1 S a n d r a a c a f e s b r e s t a u r a n t s 2 N ig e l a a c a f e b h o m e 3 C a t h e r i n e a F r e n c h r e s t a u r a n t s b I n d i a n r e s t a u r a n t s 4 A le x a I t a l i a n r e s t a u r a n t s b f a s t- f o o d r e s t a u r a n t s 5 M a r k a r e s t a u r a n t s b h o m e 3 T h i n k o f t h e m e a ls y o u r e g o in g to e a t a t th e w e e k e n d . W h a t a r e y o u g o in g to e a t a n d w h e r e a r e y o u g o in g to e a t th e m W o rk w i t h a p a r t n e r a n d ta k e t u r n s to a s k a n d a n s w e r q u e s tio n s . S t u d e n t A What are you going to eat fo r breakfast on Saturday S t u d e n t B Im probably going to have coffee and a croissant at home. Nigel Catherine Anne Angela | Caroline Sandra Nigel I Catherine Alex Mark

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Cover Image by: Getty Images/teeldd With special thanks to: Library of Congress. Prints Photographs Division p.78 Harriet Chalmers Adams 1875-1937 reproduction number: 19900 Go Fund Me p.96 logo: Bob Petrella p.87 Ethnographic Museum in Krakow p.78 wings/gliderjana Wneka. Commissioned Photography by: Mark Bassett pp.6 7. 9 12 item 4. 19 chef 26. Illustrations by: Tatiana Arocha c/o Bernstein Andriulli p.97 Paul Boston c/o Meiklejolin pp.62.88128 Gill Button p.51 Tom Croft p.42 1-3 Jolin Devolle c/o Folio Art pp.28 38 70 Mark Duffin pp.65127 Vicld Gausden p.10 Dylan Gibson pp.32 72108118 Kerry Hyndman pp.2125 3640 56100 t l 9 126 Joanna Ken pp.29 58 60 92 Andy Parker p.9t Script and Seal Gavin Potenza and Liz Meyer c/o Bernstein Andriulli pp.8 5798.107112. 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