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Complete the sentences with can or can’t. 1 You can leave your bags over there. I’m sorry. We come to dinner tonight. 3 4 2

you open the window, please? You park here!

Now complete sentences with can or can’t and a verb from the list. eat 1 go sit see use take Can I go to the beach today, please? You Internet here. 3 the 2

They here.

photos

4

we

here?

5

The doctor you now. I’m sorry, but you or drink today.

6

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Complete Dan’s sentences using always, never, sometimes, or usually, and a verb from the list. do 2 I 3 I 4 I 5 I my wife. drive finish go send work at 10 p.m. very fast. housework. to France with

✘✘✘✘✘

✘✔✘✘✔

Order the words to make questions. 1 What does he do at work ? (do / at work / does / what / he) 2 3 4 5 (he / what time / finish work / does) (drive / does / how / he) (do / housework / he / does) (go / with his wife / where / he / does) ? ? ? ?

1 I usually send a lot of e-mails at work.

Test your partner’s memory about Dan. Use the questions in b. A What does he do at work? B He usually sends a lot of e-mails. Complete the sentences with can / can’t and a verb. 1 Dan can’t park there. 2 He 3 He 4 He 5 He 1 dinner with his friends on Friday. fast on the highway. with a credit card. the Internet on the plane. 4 3

2

5

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Look at the pictures and say the sentences.

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Complete the conversations with was, wasn’t, were, or weren’t. A Were you out with your friends last night?
1

B No, I 2 A Where 3 B I4

. you? at work.

A

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your mother an actress, too? . She 7 she tall? very tall and a

B No, she 6 nurse. A
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B Yes, she 9 beautiful.

A Why 10 B I 11

you late last night? at the gym.

A No, you 12 . You 13 with Amanda! This is a message from her on your cell phone!

A He 14 famous. B No, he 15 A OK, what 16

a waiter before he was . he?

an English teacher in B He 17 Los Angeles.

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Complete the conversations with the past form of the verbs in parentheses. A Good morning, Liz. 1 Did you go out last night? ( / you go) B Yes, I did. I 2 (have) A Where 3 a great time! ? ( / you go)

B I4 to a basketball game with Beth and Dan. (go) Then we 5 house. (have) A What 6 ( / you have) B We 7 very good! (have) A
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dinner at their for dinner? Chinese food. It was to bed late? ( / you go) to bed at one o’clock. (go) at six this

B I9 And I 10 morning! (get up)

A Do you want a coffee? B Yes, please. A double espresso! A Hi, honey. 11 ( / you have) B No, I 12 terrible! (not have) a good day? a good day. It was

A Why? Are the boys OK? 13 late again? ( / they get up) B Yes, very late. A
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breakfast? ( / they have)

B Yes, but they 15 their homework, and their teacher was angry. (not do) A
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at home? ( / you have lunch) lunch because I was

B No. I 17 in a hurry. (not have)

A Don’t worry. Tomorrow is Saturday and you can relax.

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1 want a vacation

2 go to the US

3 arrive in California

4 rent a big car

5 play golf

6 not check their e-mails

7 walk on the beach

8 not think about home

9 meet new friends

10 come back happy

Look at the pictures. Write sentences in the simple past. 1 Jim and Eileen wanted a vacation . 2 They 3 4 5 6 7 In the evening, 8 9 10
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Complete the conversation with the past form of the verbs in parentheses and short answers. Be careful with + , – , and ? .

POLICEMAN MR. HENRY POLICEMAN MR. HENRY POLICEMAN MR. HENRY POLICEMAN MR. HENRY POLICEMAN MR. HENRY POLICEMAN MR. HENRY

Where 1 did you buy ( / you buy) that picture, Mr. Henry? I 2 bought (buy) it in Paris.
3

( / you pay) a lot of money? . (be) you on April 14th? (be) at home with my wife. ( / you go) out? (be) it Saturday?
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Yes, I 4 I6
7

Really? Tell me, Mr. Henry, where 5

I can’t remember. 8 No, it . It Oh, yes. I 11 What 12 I 13

(be) Sunday. (have) lunch at home at about one o’clock. ( / you do) after that?

(stay) at home and 14 (listen) to the radio. I 15 (not play) golf because I 16 (be) tired. 17 (go) to my favorite restaurant and 18 At seven o’clock, I (have) dinner alone. What time 19 ( / you come) home? (come) I 20 home at about ten thirty. No, you 21 (not come) home at ten thirty. We know (be) you 22 in the museum at midnight, because there are cameras in the museum. That isn’t true! Yes, it is, Mr. Henry. Please come with me...
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POLICEMAN

MR. HENRY POLICEMAN

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Write affirmative or negative sentences about the hotel room with a/an, some, or any. There’s a TV . 1 TV 2 chairs 3 pillows 4 shower 5 lamps 6 computer There aren’t any chairs . . . . .

Write questions with Is there…?/Are there…? + a / an, some, or any, and a short answer. Is there a restaurant ? Yes, there is . 1 restaurant? 2 parking lot? 3 elevators? 4 gym? 5 stores? 6 swimming pool? ? ? ? ? ? . . . . .

Test your memory. Cover the sentences. Look at the pictures, and say what there is and isn’t in the room and the hotel.
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Complete the conversation with the correct form of there was / there were. A Did you have a good vacation in Brazil? B Oh, yes. It was great. 1 There were some beautiful beaches. A Was the hotel good? B Yes, and 2 A
3

a nice view. any good restaurants? some very friendly people. a swimming pool in the hotel. How was your vacation?

B Yes, and 4 B Yes, because 5 A Terrible. B Really? Why?

A Did Mike and the children like it?

A We went to a village in the mountains. We wanted to ski, but there wasn’t any snow! B
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any good restaurants in the village? .8 a cafe, but it was very expensive.

A No, 7 B Was the hotel nice?

a bathtub, A It was OK, but our room was very small, and 9 any towels in the bathroom! only a shower. And 10 B
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a spa in the hotel? . The vacation was a complete disaster.

A No,

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Look at the pictures and complete the sentences with me, you, him, her, it, us, or them. Can I help you ? How did you break ?

1

2

Look at ! 3

Wait for !

4

I love 5

.

Can you see ?

6

I usually like Tom Cruise, but I don’t like in that movie. Give s the money. Can you take to the airport?

7

8

Where did I park ? 9

10

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Complete the story with the simple past of the verbs in parentheses. Amy 1 lived (live) alone, and she 2 didn’t like (not like) (not have) a boyfriend. She her life. She 3 4 (stay) at home and 5 (watch) TV (go out). Her friends all evening. She never 6 7 (be) worried about her. One evening, they 8 (ask) her to go to the theater with them. Amy 9 (meet) them at the theater at 7 o’clock. (not like) the play, but Her friends 10 11 (like) it. She 12 (think) the Amy (be) very good-looking. After the play, actor 13 (want) to go to a restaurant, but her Amy 14 (not want) to go because they friends 15 16 (be) tired. Amy 17 (go) home, (can’t) sleep. but that night, she 18 In the morning, Amy 19 (get up) and 20 (go) shopping at the mall. Then she 21 (have) a coffee in a cafe. She 22 (see) a (sit) near the window. Suddenly, she 23 (be) the actor from the man in the cafe. He 24 (ask), “Are you theater! “Excuse me,” Amy 25 (say). They an actor?” “Yes, I am,” the man 26 27 (begin) to talk… That evening, Amy 28 (not watch) TV. 29 (call) her, she When her friends 30 (be) in a restaurant with the actor.

Complete the questions about the story. 1 Did Amy have a boyfriend? 2 3 What 4 6 7 Where 8 Where 9 Who 10 Where 5 What time her friends Amy she she she she she her life? all evening? her friends? the play? after the play? in the morning? at the cafe?

No, she didn’t. No, she didn’t. She watched TV. Yes, they were. At 7 o’clock. No, they didn’t. She went home. She went to the mall. She saw the actor from the play. She was in a restaurant with the actor.

her friends worried about her?

she when her friends called her?

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Atford, 1800

Atford today

Write + or – sentences about Atford in 1800 with There was(n’t)/There were(n’t) + a/an, some, or any. There was a river . 1 river 2 tall buildings 3 trees 4 mountains 5 airport 6 factories A Is there a river today? B No, there isn’t. Check (✔) correct phrases. Correct the wrong ones. 1 We didn’t went to the movies yesterday. 2 When did you see Xin-yi and Sue? 3 I bought this bag in Los Angeles. 4 They payed by credit card. 5 Did he drove home very fast last night? 6 Mary stayed at home because she was tired. 7 That book is good. I read him yesterday. 8 We’re late. Can you take us to the train station? 9 Anna likes Bill, but he doesn’t like she. 10 I don’t have my glasses. I left it on the bus.
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Make questions about the same things in Atford today. Test your partner’s memory.

We didn’t go ✔

Aa

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Look at the pictures. Complete the sentences in the present continuous.

1 He isn’t swimming .

2 She _____________.

3 They _____________.

4 She _____________.

5 They _____________.

6 He _____________.

Complete the conversations with the present continuous form of the verbs in parentheses. 1 A Hi, Erica. What 1 are you doing? (you / do) B Hi, Jim. Can you call later? We 2 ____________ right now. (have dinner) 2 A 3_____________________ her homework? (Christina / do) B No, she 4 ___________________ a computer game! (play) 3 A What 5 ______________ ? (you / read) B A detective novel. It’s great. 4 A Hi, Carl. Where 6 ______________ ? (you / go) B I 7 ______________ to the mall. (go)
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Complete the conversations with the correct form of be going to and short answers. A Are you and Emma OK? B Yes, Mom, we’re fine. A 1 Are you going to go to bed early tonight? (you / go) B Yes, we 2 . the A What time 3 house tomorrow? (you / leave) B At eight, as usual. Don’t worry! A
4

(you / go)

out after school?

B Yes, we are. 5 We computer games at Fred’s house. (play) A No, you aren’t. 6 You at home and do your homework! (stay) B Oh, Mom! A to the big meeting next Monday? (you / come)
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. 9I B No, I 8 (be) on vacation in Mexico. A What 10 do) B A B
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there? (you /

Spanish, swim in the ocean, and eat a lot of good food. (learn) us the phone number of your hotel? (you / give)
12

stay)

13 I

14 I

in a hotel. (not . (camp). to

A Really? When 15 the office? (you / come back) B
16 I 17 I

(leave)

back. (not come) the company.

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Write a prediction for each picture with the correct form of be going to. 1 She ’s going to be cold.

2 He

a car.

3 They

.

4 They New York.

to

5 They

tennis.

6 It

the cake.

7 She

a DVD.

8 It

.

9 He

a photo.

10 He violin.

the

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Complete the conversations with the correct form of be going to and short answers.

A

Is Dad going to repair my bike today? (Dad / repair) all day B No, 2 he isn’t . 3 because he’s very tired. (he / relax)
1

A

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hot tomorrow. (it / be) in the to

B Yes, I know. library. (I / not study) 6 the park. (I / go)

A

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(you / stay)

at home this weekend? my

A What 11 (you / make) B
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for dinner? tonight. (I / not cook) out to a restaurant.

.9 B Yes, I 8 house. (I / clean) Then 10 in the yard. (I / work)

(we / go)

Check (✔) the correct phrases. Correct the wrong ones. 1 I want to go to Australia, but I don’t like fly. 2 We’re going to go on vacation in August. 3 They like living in Miami. 4 Hurry up! You’re going be late for work. 5 Jose doesn’t like soccer, but he loves running. 6 Mary likes play golf with her husband. 7 Where you are going to park the car? 8 She has a bike, but she doesn’t like to ride it. 9 Are we going to see a movie tonight? 10 We sometimes go to the mountains, but we don’t like ski.
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to my birthday party? It’s next Saturday.

2 Can I open the window please? It’s very hot in here. 3 I’m sorry, but you 4 Where can I buy a phone card? 5 I your dictionary, please? photos in this museum. –

6 I can’t come to the next class. I have a meeting. 7 You soccer here. –

8 We can park in the parking lot. It’s free. 9 We a pizza in that Italian restaurant. +

10 You can’t swim here. The water’s very cold. 11 you me, please? This is very difficult.

12 We can have lunch on the beach. It’s a beautiful day.

B
1 Can you come to my birthday party? It’s next Saturday. 2 I the window please? It’s very hot in here.

3 I’m sorry, but you can’t take photos in this museum. 4 Where I a phone card?

5 Can I use your dictionary, please? 6 I to the next class. I have a meeting. –

7 You can’t play soccer here. 8 We in the parking lot. It’s free. +

9 We can have a pizza in that Italian restaurant. 10 You here. The water’s very cold. –

11 Can you help me, please? This is very difficult. 12 We lunch on the beach. It’s a beautiful day. +

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MENU
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$3.50 $2.95 $3.10 $9.60 $9.40 $1.80 $1.50 $1.10 $1.75 $1.40 $1.00 $2.00 $1.20

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chocolate brownie chocolate / vanilla ice cream muffin

A You are a waiter.
Take your customers to a table and give them the menu. Useful phrases: What can I get you? Here you are. Anything else?

B You are customers.
You want a table for your pair/group. Look at the menu and choose • something to eat • a drink • a dessert Useful phrases: A table for 2 / 3 / 4, please. Can I have ______? How much is it?

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NAME

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on Saturday morning.

2 _________ was

at 8:30 yesterday morning.

3 _________ was

at 11:30 on Sunday morning.

4 _________ was

last Thursday.

5 _________ was

last night.

6 _________ was

at 8:00 yesterday morning.

7 _________ was

at 7:30 this morning.

8 _________ was

on Friday night at 6:00.

9 _________ was

on Saturday morning.

10 _________ was

yesterday.

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You...
• went to bed at 11:30 • went to the movies • had lunch at home • got up at 8:00

You...
• had lunch at work • got up at 8:00 • went to the movies • went to bed at 12:30

You...
• had lunch at work • got up at 8:00 • went shopping • went to bed at 11:30

You...
• had lunch at work • went to bed at 12:30 • went to the movies • got up at 7:30

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You...
• went to bed at 11:30 • had lunch at work • went to the movies • got up at 7:30

You...
• went to bed at 11:30 • went shopping • had lunch at work • got up at 7:30

You...
• went to the movies • went to bed at 11:30 • got up at 7:30 • had lunch at home

You...
• went to the movies • had lunch at work • got up at 8:00 • went to bed at 11:00

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• got up at 7:30 • had lunch at home • went shopping • went to bed at 12:30

You...
• went shopping • got up at 8:00 • went to bed at 12:30 • had lunch at home

You...
• got up at 8:00 • went to bed at 11:30 • went to the movies • had lunch at home

You...
• went to bed at 12:30 • had lunch at work • got up at 8:00 • went to the movies

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• went shopping • had lunch at work • got up at 8:00 • went to bed at 11:30

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• had lunch at work • went to the movies • got up at 7:30 • went to bed at 12:30

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• had lunch at work • went to bed at 11:30 • went to the movies • got up at 7:30

You...
• went shopping • went to bed at 11:30 • had lunch at work • got up at 7:30

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Find out how many people watched TV last night.
Our guess: _________ people The real number: _________ people

2

Find out how many people had breakfast at home this morning.
Our guess: _________ people The real number: _________ people

3

Find out how many people used the Internet yesterday.
Our guess: _________ people The real number: _________ people

4

Find out how many people got up late this morning.
Our guess: _________ people The real number: _________ people

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Find out how many people walked to class today.
Our guess: _________ people The real number: _________ people

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Find out how many people listened to the radio yesterday.
Our guess: _________ people The real number: _________ people

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Find out how many people studied English last night.
Our guess: _________ people The real number: _________ people

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Find out how many people waited for a taxi yesterday.
Our guess: _________ people The real number: _________ people

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Find out how many people bought a newspaper yesterday.
Our guess: _________ people The real number: _________ people

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Our guess: _________ people The real number: _________ people

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Beyoncé

Christian Bale 1/30

Penelope Cruz

Robbie Williams

JK Rowling 7/31

Cate Blanchett

Robert De Niro 8/17

Roberto Benigni 10/27

Denzel Washington

Mariah Carey 3/27

Leonardo DiCaprio

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Kanye West

Beyoncé 9/4

Christian Bale

Penelope Cruz 4/28

Robbie Williams 2/13

JK Rowling

Cate Blanchett 5/14

Robert De Niro

Roberto Benigni

Denzel Washington 12/28

Mariah Carey

Leonardo DiCaprio 11/11

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Choose eight things from the list below, and write one on each floor of your hotel. reception a cafe a restaurant a spa a swimming pool a hairdresser a gift shop meeting rooms a TV room bathrooms a gym

Ask B about his/her hotel: Is there a _________ ? Where is it? Are there any _________? Where are they? Answer B’s questions about your hotel.
Your hotel Your partner’s hotel

The Royal Hotel
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The Ambassador Hotel

B
Choose eight things from the list below, and write one on each floor of your hotel. reception a cafe a restaurant a spa a swimming pool a hairdresser a gift shop meeting rooms a TV room Answer A’s questions about your hotel. Ask A about his/her hotel: Is there a _________ ? Where is it? Are there any _________? Where are they?
Your hotel Your partner’s hotel

bathrooms

a gym

The Ambassador Hotel
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The Royal Hotel

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1 Where did you buy your shoes? _______________________ 2 Where did Erica meet Matt? _______________________ 3 Did Sonia call you? _______________________ 4 Did you send the e-mail yesterday? _______________________ 5 Why didn’t Andrew say hello to you? _______________________ 6 Sorry. We don’t understand this. _______________________ 7 Where did you see Fiona and Kirsty? _______________________ 8 When does Max usually see his aunt? _______________________
Answers to Student B

a Because she doesn’t like her. b Yes, he got it on Monday. c Yes, she told us about it yesterday. d She calls him every evening.

e Yes, but he found them in his bag. f I can’t do this exercise. Can you help me? g Can I make you a sandwich? h I don’t know. I couldn’t understand him.

B
1 What did the teacher say? _______________________ 2 When does Diana usually call Tim? _______________________ 3 Did Tony lose his keys? _______________________ 4 Did Mark get a letter from school? _______________________ 5 Do you know about Helen’s new job? _______________________ 6 We’re hungry! _______________________ 7 What’s the problem? _______________________ 8 Why doesn’t Andrea talk to Carolina? _______________________
Answers to Student A

a Can I help you? b He sees her every Sunday afternoon. c No, I sent it this morning. d Because he didn’t see us.

e Yes, she called me last night. f I bought them at the mall. g We saw them on the bus. h She met him at school.

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Ask your partner: What do you think of…?

a male actor
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a female actor
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a group
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aTV TV series show a
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a male sportsperson
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a female sportsperson
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a TV personality
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Ask your partner: What do you think of…?

a male actor
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a female actor
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a group
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aTV TV series show a
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a male sportsperson
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a female sportsperson
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a TV personality
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CommunicativeThe   The same or different? Communicative A same or different?

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He’s / She’s …ing; They are …ing

He’s / She’s …ing ; They’re …ing

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CommunicativeAdventure   Adventure vacations Communicative A vacations

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CARLOS
Where / go? Who / with? Where / stay? When / start? When / come back? What / see? September 21st Mongolia and Siberia on the train on the Trans-Siberian Express

GEMMA
on safari in Kenya her sister

LIZ
on the Inca Trail

in small hotels and campsites August 10th July 15th

Cuzco and Machu Picchu

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Where / go? Who / with? Where / stay? When / start? When / come back? What / see? September 2nd on the Trans-Siberian Express two friends

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on safari in Kenya

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on the Inca Trail her mother

in cabins in the National Parks

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What are Pete and Ann going to do?

SANDRA

What’s Alice going to do?

ROBERT

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She’s going to send an e-mail. He’s going to turn off the TV.

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What are Sue and Tom going to do?

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What’s Rick going to do?

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She’s going to go to the gym.

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She’s going to call a friend.

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What’s Sandra going to do?

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What’s Robert going to do?

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She’s going to learn German.

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SUE & TOM

They’re going to play dominoes.

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RICK

What’s Jackie going to do?

What’s Rachel going to do? They’re going to buy a camera.

He’s going to watch Indiana Jones.

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Practical EnglishA   Where are you? Practical Communicative English Where are you?

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You are outside the Italian restaurant on Oak Street. Turn left and then turn right on West Street. Go straight ahead. Then turn left on Park Road. It’s the big building near East Street. Where are you? (the cathedral) You are outside the post office on East Street. Turn left and go straight ahead. Turn right on Main Street. It’s the second building on the right. Where are you? (the movie theater) You are outside the bookstore on Oak Street. Turn right and go straight ahead. Turn right on West Street. Go straight ahead, and turn left on Main Street. It’s the first building on the left. Where are you? (the police station) You are outside the museum on Oak Street. Turn right and then turn right again on East Street. Turn right on Park Road, and go straight ahead. It’s the last building on the left. Where are you? (the Park Hotel) You are outside the gas station on Main Street. Turn right and go straight ahead. Turn right on West Street. Go to the end of the street, and turn left. It’s the last building on the left. Where are you? (the bus station) You are outside the supermarket on Park Road. Turn right and go straight ahead. Turn left on East Street, and turn left at the corner. It’s on the left at the end of the street. Where are you? (the gas station) You are outside the movie theater on Main Street. Turn left and then turn left again on East Street. Go straight to the end of the street, and turn left. It’s the second building on the left. Where are you? (the cafe) You are outside the art gallery on Oak Street. Turn right and go straight ahead. Turn left on East Street. Go to the end of the street, and it’s on the left on the corner. Where are you? (the pharmacy) You are outside Tourist Information on West Street. Turn left and go straight ahead. Turn left on Main Street. It’s the third building on the left. Where are you? (the music store)

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CommunicativeReview   Review 1–7 Communicative A 1–7

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1 Personal details
What’s your last name? How do you spell it? What’s your address? What do you do? What’s your e-mail address? What’s your cell phone number?

2 Think of someone in your family
What is his / her name? What does he / she do? Where does he / she live? How old is he / she? Is he / she married? Does he / she have children?

3 Your typical day
What time do you get up? What do you have for breakfast? Where do you have lunch? How do you go to work or class? When do you have dinner? What do you do after dinner? What time do you go to bed?

4 What can you do?
say two things you can do in a park say three things you can have in a cafe say two things you can do with your cell phone say three things you can buy in a supermarket say three things you can you do in your town on a Saturday night

5 Where you live
Do you live in a house or an apartment? Do you live near here? What’s your zip code? How many bedrooms are there? Is there a bus stop near you? Are there any stores near you?

6 Past (be)
Where were you at this time yesterday? Were you in bed last Sunday at 9:30 in the morning? Were you alone last night? Were you at home yesterday afternoon at 5:30? Who were you with last Saturday night?

7 Past simple
What time did you get up this morning? Did you go out last Friday night? Where did you have dinner yesterday? How did you come to class today? What did you have for lunch yesterday? Where did you go on vacation last summer?

8 What do you think of…?
(an actor) (a singer or group) (an actress) (a TV personality) (a TV show)

9 Future
What are you going to do after this class? Are you going to go to bed early tonight? What time are you going to get up tomorrow? Where are you going to have lunch tomorrow? What are you going to do next weekend? Are you going to study English next year?

10 Time and dates
What time is it now? What time does this class start? What time do stores usually open in your country? What’s the date today? When’s your birthday? When does this class finish?

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1 The day before today was floppit. 2 It was my birthday last week. I got a lot of floppits. 3 There was a very good soccer floppit on TV last night. 4 The floppit today is June 7th. 5 A year has twelve floppits. 6 What time does your flight floppit in New York? 7 I’m sorry. You can’t floppit by credit card in this store. 8 Last summer, we floppited in a small hotel in Paris. 9 Tom floppited his wife when they were Erasmus students in Norway. 10 I don’t have any dollars. I want to floppit some euros. 11 We couldn’t floppit photos because we didn’t have a camera. 12 The floppit month of the year is August. 13 When Joanna was in Rome, she floppited some wonderful friends. 14 He floppited a new computer at the mall last week. 15 I arrived late because the floppit was terrible. 16 I can’t floppit my cell phone. Do you know where it is?

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a towel

an elevator

a bedroom

a pillow

a lamp

a yard

a shower

the first floor

a remote control

a cabinet

a present

a seat

a gas station

a pharmacy

a parking lot

a river

next to

under

upstairs

a mirror

a boat

a laptop

the ocean

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a Mime (= explain without speaking) word 1 to Student B. b Watch Student B mime word a. Try to guess the word and write it. Then continue taking turns. Your words Student B’s words a c___ b a_____ f___

c s_______

1
camp turn right

2
ride a bike

3
take photos

4

d t_____ e p____ f f__ g t___ l___

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run between

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read

7
hot

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a Watch Student A mime (= explain without speaking) word 1. Try to guess the word and write it. b Mime word a to Student A. Then continue taking turns. Your words Student A’s words 1 c___ 2 t___ 3 r___ r____ _ b___

a
cook across from

b
straight

c
travel

d

4 t___ 5 r___

p_____

6 b______ 7 r___

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paint fly

f
turn left

g
cold

h

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