Vocabulary

Ana Acavedo
Carol Lethaby
Jeremy Harmer
with Cheryl Pelteret
m'1:! Marshal! Cavendish
 
For class or self-study
Cl 2007 Marshafl Cavendish Education
First published 2007
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Contents
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Uni1: 1 Vocabulary: Two-word nouns 6 Uni1: 11 Vocabulary: Performance 46
Functions: Expressing Functions: Booking tickets,
preferences 8 tables, rooms 48
Uni1: i2! Vocabulary: Uncountable noun Uni1: 1i2! Vocabulary: Word families 50
phrases 10 Functions: Offering to help 52
Functions: Asking for and
Uni1: 13 Vocabulary: Abilities 54
giving advice 12
Functions : Asking for
Uni1: 3 Vocabulary: Reading, watching, language help 56
listening 14
Uni1: 14
Functions: Discussing opinions 16
Vocabulary: Describing the
size of things 58
Uni1: 4 Vocabulary: Jobs and work 18 Functions: Comparing
Functions: Likes and dislikes 20 expenences 60
Uni1: 5 Vocabulary: Public transport 22 Uni1: 15 Vocabulary: Head and face 62
Functions: Arranging to meet 24 Functions: Talking about
similarities and differences 64
Uni1: 6 Vocabulary: Life stages 26
Functions: Commenting 28 Uni1: 16 Vocabulary: From strange to
amazing 66
Uni1: 7 Vocabulary: Activities 30
Functions : Paying attention 68
Functions: Inviting 32
Uni1: B Vocabulary : Feelings 34
Audio!icrip1:!i 70
Functions: Apologising 36
Uni1: 9 Vocabulary: Phrasal verbs 38 An!i""er key 79
Functions: Making phone calls 40
Uni1: 10 Vocabulary: Giving and
receiving 42
Functions: Thanking people 44
Introduction
For the student
Welcome to Just VocabuloryVou can use thisbookwith
other students and a teacher, or youcan work alone with it.
Inthisbook you will find 16 units. Each unit has a section
on useful vocabulary (with pictures, texts andexplanations).
There isthen a section on language'functions' (that means
conversational English for use in many different situations).
In the'functions' sectionsyou will learn howto say things.
There isan accompanyingCD to help you with themany
dialoguesand pronunciationexercises in thebook. Where
you see thesymbol (,,,")) it means that youcan listen to
theCD. Vou will also find anAudioscript at thebackof the
book which containsall thelanguageon theCD.
Whenyou see thissymbol ( ) it means that the
answers to the practice exercises are in theAnswer key at the
backof thebook. Vou can checkyouranswers there.
We hope that thisbook helps you progress in English, and,
above all, that you enjoy using it.
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For the teacher
Thi s book is part of aseries designed to be used alone or to
supplement any course book you may be using. Each book in
theseries specialises in either languageskills or aspects of the
English language. It canbe used either in class or bystudents
worki ng on their own.
Just Vocabulary consists of 16 units. Each unit is divided
into two sections. Inthe first section, vocabulary for avariety
of topic areas isintroduced and practised. Topics includejobs
and work, publ ictransport, and giving and recei ving. There
are also unitson two-wordnouns and phrasal verbs etc.
The secondsectionconcentrates onfunctional areassuchas
expressing preference, asking for and giving advice, and
apologising.
All thedialogue and pronunciation material has been
recorded ontotheCD, and there isanAudioscript at theback
of thebook.
Students will be able to use thebook without needing
explanation or guidance on thepart of theteacher, and they
can check their work in the comprehensiveAnswer key at the
back of thebook. However, theunits arealso highly
appropriatefor work in class.
We hope you find thisbook a real asset and that you will
also try theother books in theseries: Just Reading and
Writing, Just Grammar and Just Ustening andSpeaking.
~ AVocabulary
Two-word nouns
1 Make two-word nouns. Join a word in column A with a word in column B.
A B
car e#iee
cash station
police centre
travel agent
petrol stop
jl9St hire
shopping dispenser
bus station
a ... p   ~ t   f f l ~
b u .
c
c .
g ················...u • •
h u.
2 Join the words in the boxes to
make two-word nouns. Use the
new nouns to label the
pictures a- h.
cricket
car
phone
road
tea
t raffic
underground
let t er
match
stat ion
box
park
bag
signs
light s
box
UNIT 1: Vm::abulary 7
3 Make two-word nouns for the following items.
a sta tion in the subway system (l, s l   w ~ Sf(l,tlO(L
a a book wit h useful phra ses in a foreign language .
b a room in a hotel .
c a hat to keep off the sun .
d glasses to protect you from the sun .
e Cl ca lculat o r that yo u can put in your pocket .
f a bag for sleeping in .
g a boo k to guide you on your t rip .
h a camera to make a vi deo .
4 Write two-word nouns for the definitions.
a a sho p where you can buy books . ..£Lbool.c.shop...
b a sandwich made with chicken ....
c a sho p where yo u can buy music .
d a cake made with fruit .
e a biscuit made with chocolate .
f a cup for dr inking tea .
g Cl chair with arms .
h Cl paper that conta ins news .
a place where cars pa rk .
a ticket fo r Cl co nce rt . .
5 Make as many new two-word nouns from the following
words as you can. Check your answers in a dictionary.
book .
card .
football ..
hand .
light .
musIC.
WORD BANK ...
,
Practise your new words.
a Write new wo rds from this unit on sma ll
cards .
b Draw a pict ure and write a definition or
a tr anslation on the ot her side of t he
car d.
c Put the cards in a box or a bag and mix
them up.
d Take them out one at a time. Be caref ul
to loo k on ly at one side. If it is the
picture, say the Engl ish word. If it is the
Eng lish word, translate it into yo ur
language.
c Check if you were right by turn ing t he
card over.
1 Look at the photos. Which place .. .
BFunctions
Expressi ng preferences

8 UNIT 1: Function"
a is more interesting to visit? .
b is more relaxing? .
c is more fun? .
A
B
, - ,
- !
1,
Picture because .
2 Rea d Fran a nd Sonia 's comments. Choose the best
holi day for them. Write Picture A or B.
Make a note of the reasons for your choice.
r RAN:
I IC/JI. watersports Md sVAbathi':j'
I lila weo.thv-, iCL C/W>A
Md W sMell of S\JII tM lotioll.
I cfoll 't wMt to cia Mjihi':j
I M 011   Ii'Uf* lil. ill W
S\JII Md.  
I lila S\JIIshilll., bur I jet barW
I 1Iw}.. lots of illten.sti':j thilljS to
do, lila s!jhtSUillj ,or IWl'lli':j about
JifttMt wltvres. I M illten.ste.J ill
hiSfo:'j, JifttMt Md.
ey.plorillj 1IQ,v./
SONIA:
Picture becau se .
cheap
interesting
sunny

3 Complete the dialogue with adjectives from the bo x.
Use the correct form.
SOI\:IA: So which is better, th en, Fran ? Ma rbell a or Du blin?
FRAN: Ma rbe lla, defini tely. It 's more (a) .. aJ,,)(Jl\j . , and it' s
(b) ! And it's gnt lovel y beache s.
SONIA: But we a lways go to t he beach. I'd rather do somet hing
di fferent th is yea r. Somet hi ng mor e (c) .
Like a city. Like Du blin .
FRAN: There' s a probl em, then, Sonia.
SONIA: Oh? What's th at ?
FRAN: Because I like beaches. Well, [ like beaches better th an
cities, a nyway. And Marbella is (d) too.
It always rains in Irel and, you know, Sonia.
SONIA: No, it doesn't. And anyway, rai n or 11 0 rain, there's mor e
to do in Du blin .
FRAN: Like what? Museums a nd t hings like that? I'd rat her stay
here in London!
SONIA: OK th en . You go to the beach and I'll go to Du bli n.
How's that ?
FRAN: Oh, all right. You win. This time. But no museums, a nd
11 0 wa lkin g a round in t he rai n!
I
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UNIT 1: Functions 9
'11"') 4 Now listen to Track 1 and check your answers.
a What 's the final decision? .
b What expression does Fran use to accept Sonia 's decision? .
5 Complete the table with ph rases from the dialogue in exercise 3 .
Asking about preferences Expressing preferences
SA.\I :
SAM:
J ACK:
J ACK:
Wh ich package is better, then?
Oh, Packa ge 3, definitel y. It's cheaper! (a) ..
Me? I prefer package 1. It sounds much nicer.
But it' s mor e expensive and shorter, Anyway, (b) ...
............................... summer hol idays to winter holidays.
S   ~ I But the summer is nice here too. (c) .
go in December, when it's da rk and cold here.
J ACK: OK, you wi n. But that's the only holiday we can ta ke in the
whole year then. (d) have just one
holiday, or two? Think about it.
S   ~ \ Oh. Maybe j uly is not so bad after all . ..
I'd rather
Which do you prefer?
I prefer
Would you rather
Complete the dialogue with
expressions from the box. Then
listen to Track 2 and check YOUt
a nswers .
7 Wtite the dialogue. Use suitable expressions from the box in exercise 6.
A: You want to go out tonight. Ask B for an opini on, the cinema or a restaurant?
B: Tell A that your choice is to go to the cinema.
A: Try to find out which type of film B wants to see - a comedy or a drama'
E: Tell A your personal choice is to see a comedy.
A: OK, you win! Let's find out what comedies are showing at the moment.
.• AVocabulary
Uncountable noun phrases
1 Make phrases using the uncountable nouns from the box
with the amounts and containers in the pictures. Some of
the nouns can be used with more than one amount or
cont ainer.
slice
drop
bowl
cheese
oil salt
cereal
milk
water
bread cake
lemon jui ce
soup sugar
3 (3 bowl) .. ..  
Mill.<.)....D... bawl....afs'i!jIU.....
b (a slice) .
c (a cup)
d (a drop) .
e (a jug) .
f (a pinch) .
g (a spoonful)
h (a glass) .
2 Guess the mystery word . We can use the
same word with all the following uncountable
nouns in the phrase ' a of '.
Use the clues to try to guess the word.
fu rniture homework advice
information clot hing news
Clues
a You use this word to talk about a quantity of bread.
(Can' t guess ? Try the next clue.)
b You also use thi s wor d to talk about a sheet of paper.
c You also use thi s word to talk about a portion
of cake.
d Still ca n't guess ? Unscramble the lett ers: EECPI.
3 Copy and complete the sentences. Use the mystery word and the nouns in exercise 2.
a How many of did you do for English last week?
b You won a prize? That's a grea t of !
c That table is a lovely of .
d You feel stressed ? Let me give you a of : relax a bit.
e The report is almost finished. We just need one more of ..
f A shirt is a of , usually for men.
g
f
d
4 Label the picture with phrases 'a of '.
Choose words from the table. You will need to use
some of the words twice; some are not used at all.
........................... l
...
*
5 Add more nouns to the right hand column of the table,
such as salad, meat, etc. Use your words to make up two
lunch ' menus' and write them in your notebook.
Exampl e: 0. bowl of So.Iad) 0. wp of ha!' cJ.,()(,(Jlo.h,
with 0. ro.blespool\ of UWM) ...
WORD BANK
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UNIT 2 : Vocabulary 11
a Ll,bowL.of,sovp
b .
c
d
e .
f .
g
bread
bowl cake
jug coffee
cup cream
drop ice cream
a
glass
of
lemon juice
tablespoon orange juice
slice rice
pinch salt
soup
tea
water
Make a special Word Bank not ebook.
a \XTrirc new phrases from thi s section. Draw a picture, or wri te a
tr anslati on for each word.
b Revise your words every now and then; look at the wo rds and
their meaning and say the phra ses aloud.
c Choose some of the words and phrases in thi s section.
Put them on cards and add them to your bag or box
(see Wor d Bank, Unit 1).
oils
4 Give Maggie advice about how to relax.
Use the prompts in brackets.
I know. You can close your (d) a nd
co unt (e) . Slowly.
How many (f) '
You co uld count up to, sa y, 33,78 1.
U SA:
U SA:
..17" .........••.•..••.•..•..•.••.••.• .•.••.••.••.•..•..•.••.••.••
LISA: What's up, Maggie?
MAGGIE: Uh? Oh, I need to relax. Got a ny ideas?
LISA: Yes. Tr y exercise. Go to a (a) or
somerhing.
M AGGIE: No tha nks . I don't like exercise.
LISA: OK, then . How a bout arornarhera py?
M AGGIE: Wh at' s that exactly?
U SA: It's a mixture of (b) and smells a nd
(c) Very, very relaxing.
M AGGIE: Massage? That's not for me, I' m afraid.
U SA: You ARE difficult, Maggie.
M AGGIE: Sorry!
M AGGIE:
'2 UNIT 2: FunctiDn..
2 Complete the dialogue with suitable words. (You can use
the words more than once. )
B Functions
Asking for and giving advice
'11") 1 Listen to Track 3 and put the pictures in the right order. [§]
---......
M AGGIE: 33,7... ....
U SA: Maggie? Maggie ...
Listen to Track 3 again and check your answers.
    0. Uf of WOIM ""dk   W.
a have a cup of warm milk before bed (tr y)
b do not eat too mucb at night (how a bout )
c do not watch television in bed (try)
oil") 3 Listen to Track 3 again. Cover the dialogue in
exercise 2. Tick the phrases in the box that you hear.
d list en to some relaxing music (you could)
Askin.!! for advice, Giving advice
Can you give me some advice? Try ......
Got any ideas? How about ...... ?
What can I do ......? You can ......
You could ......
e ha ve a long warm bath (how about)
f go for a short walk (you can)
UNIT 2: Funct:ions 13
5 Read Leyla's problem on the right.
a
Complete Rob 's advice . Use the expressions in the box in exercise 4.
... .......... st udying your notes.
b You some of the practice questions, too.
I haJe. fle>cf
vJW<.. Md I dofl )f
kAavJ Whaf
tor; I ;.l;, fa pass
7
c You ... . do some of the exercises in the book.
.... to pass?
.. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .... ..... studying your notes.
I have exa ms next week and I don't know an ything!
(a) . Wbq,t: <:l,I!\ l dq
ROB: Hey, relax! (b) .
6 Now use the other expres s ion in the box to make a sentence giving
advice to Leyla.
ROB: Hi , Leyla! You don't look too happy. Problems?
LEYLA:
LEYLA: Yeah, J looked at them, but it doesn't help.
ROB: Well, of course, just looking doesn' t help. You
(c) . .. .. some of the pr acti ce
questions, too.
LEYLA: Hmm, yes. But what about maths? I do n't und erstan d
anyt hing! (d) . . ideas?
ROB: Well, you (e) do some of the
exe rcises in the book. Don 't worry! That's my ad vice!
LEYLA: You' re right. Let's forget about exams. Do you want to
listen to my new J- Lo record?
Listen to Track 4 and check your answers.
You a re Rob . Listen to Track
4 and read out Rob's words
after the beep.
Write advice for these s ituations. Use the expressions in the box in
exercise 4.
Go to the gym.
Eat less.
Give up sweets and fatty food .
Take up runni ng.
I jif   flU'JauS
AA
Take a deep breath.
Close your eyes an d imagine
something pleasant .
Relax your sho ulders.
•• AVocabulary
Reading, watching, listening
1 Write the words from the box in a, b or c.
You can use the words more than once.
a comic a magazine
the news an article
a newspaper a programme
a report the weather forecast
a You read ...
b You watch
c You listen to .
2 Match the definitions a - h with
the shows. Wri te the lett ers in the
boxes.
a A radi o or television sto ry about the lives of a group of peopl e.
It 's on almost every day and doesn' t have an end. It's usually very
dramati c/exciting.
b A radio or television programme that gives peopl e informati on.
every day, about thin gs that are happening in the world.
c A competition on radio or tel evision - people win prizes.
cl A programme with real peopl e, nor actors.
c A programme with fact s and information about nature, historical
events or science.
f A presenter invites famous peopl e to the studio and they talk
abo ut different thin gs.
g A funn y sto ry each week abo ut the same group of people. They
are usually in the same place.
h Adventures and funny stories, made with dra wings and
pictures - not rea l people and scenery.
3 Complete the tab le with words from the box. You can use the
words more than once.
soap opera 0
game show 0
cartoon 0
documentary 0
news 0
talkshow 0
The media Related words
Radio
Television
Newspapers and magazines head! iM.
programme stat ion channel art icle presenter AeaelliAe
journalist reporter newsreader disc j ockey (DJ]
reality show 0
sitcom 0
4 Read the situations. Write sentences to tell the people what to do,
as in the example. Use these verbs and phrases.
a .l AKE: I want to know what is new in t he worl d. What can I do?
YOU: .WeJI, j olJ ... wlJ/J .rwd.. ..p,.. ..o.Q)d$f'PfU>.....oCJiS1'etI
Ja... the. .f \€WS• .....
b CAROl.lNE: Wha t ca n I do to find out abo ut the new fashions?
YOU: .
c Y OUR U GH T- YFAR- OLD NEI GHBOUR: I'm bor ed! Go t any idea s?
YOU: .
d CINDY: T his fligh t is so long !
You: .
e ANYA: Sha ll I take an umbrella ? Is it go ing to rai n?
You: .
f .l OE: I have a cold. I have to stay in bed all day! What can I do?
Y OU: .
g PAM: I' ve finis hed my book and I'm st ill wa iting to sec the
denti st! What can I do now?
YoU: .
Using new words in sentences helps you to remember them better.
Writ e sentences with these words.
UNIT 3 : Vm:abulary 15
a comic
a magazine
a newspaper
read a programme
watch the news
listen t o an art icle
a f i lm
t he radio
television
the weather forecast
documentary
soap opera
sitcom
cartoon
game show
talk show
reality show
Example: JV.,JOVI'ite. SitWM is FrieAJs.
16 UNIT 3 : Funet:ions
2 Who says these things, Jane or Lisa? Writ e J or L.
3 Put the dialogue in exercise 2 in the correct order.
Number the boxes 1 - 8.
Discussing opinions
1'/
/
T/;
NEXT on 5 Soap Time
The Rich Cry Too
         

Functions
a D What do you think of soaps now? .
b D I hate soaps. They're sil l y stories .
c D No, they're not. Oh, shhhhh. It 's about to
start .
d D Well, I don't agree. I think they're real ly
exci ting .
e D What , now? I can' t. The Rich Cry Too i s
about to begin . Don't yoo watch i t ? ..
f D You're joki ng! Soap operas are for people
who have nothi ng better to do .
g D Act uall y, thi s is exci ti ng! .
h ill Do yo u want to go out for a pizza ? 1: .
1 Look at the picture. Can you guess what the
peopl e are talking about?
"I,? Now listen to Track 5. Were you right?
. 8
ASking for an opinion:
4 Complete the table with the phrases in blue
from exercise 2.
Giving an opinion:
Agreeing:
1jhf',

Questioning opinions:
Do JOV rw.'!.'J thillK so
7
"I,? S Listen to Track 6. Complete the list with the words
you hear.
Words which mean 'reall y good' : jrw.f') f'Wirc,)
Words which mean ' reall y bad' : hnible.)
Disagreeing:
UNIT 3 : Fum:tiom, 17
6 Match the beginnings of the sentences in column 1 with the correct
groups of endings in column 2.
Column 1 Column 2
a .....
a What do you thin k ... documentaries about animals.
b .......
watching the news.
c ..
b Do you really ... rap.
2 of documentaries?
d
c I (don't) agree ... of st reet surveys?
e
of Peter?
d I hate ... 3 so, too.
you' re right.
e I think ... t hey' re int erest ing.
4 wit h you.
t hat documentar ies are boring.
with your ideas.
5 think so?
think soaps are stupid?
like watching TV?
'I)') 7
Complete the dialogue with questions or
sentences from exercise 6. Then listen to
Track 7 and check your answers.
LOUISE: What (a) .... da y v.. ti.iAkcf....
documentaries?
I think they're bor ing.
LOUISE: Do you rea lly (b) .
)
....................... ............................................ •
Yes, don't you?
LOUISE: No. (c) .
Well, sometimes.
D AJ\II AN: (cl ) . . .
Only sometimes. I hate (c) .
....................... .. ....... .. .. .. . ..... ........ , for example.
LO UIS)': Oops! I bought you a DVD abou t
birds for your birthday.
You' re joking!
LOUISE: No. I reall y did.
  Oh, well, birds are fine. Birds are
good. Actually, I love birds !
Now write your own dialogue. Use the table
in exercise 4 to help you .
A: Find out what I\'s opinion is of reality TV
shows.
B: You feel very strongly and negatively about
rea lity TV shows. Tell A.
A: You're surprised to hear B's strong
feelings. Question B's opinion.
B: Answe r A's question , and find out if A
agrees with you.
A: Tell B you don 't agree. Say the shows you
really hate are sitcoms.
B: Agree with A about sitcoms.
•• AVocabulary
Jobs and work
1 Look at the dictionary entries. Then completethe sentences withjob or work.
job n. [Cl 1 an activity you do to earn your living, especially if you
are working for somebody else. I have a job in a shop .
2 a specific piece of work that has to be done. Who does all the
jobs around the house?
work n. [Uj 1 an activity you are paid for doing, especial ly
regularly. What work do you do? 2 a general word when you are
talking about several different jobs. He's got a lot of work to do.
a _ is a no un that has a plural.
b I ha ve a lot of to do at the office.
c Nut's is (0 was h ca rs.
d A roadic's sounds fun.
e I have several boring to do toda y, like cleani ng my roo m.
f Mara is looki ng for a for the hol idays.
g Are you looking for ? Look at the small ads in the paper.
2 Match the work + preposition phrases in the left-hand column with the phrases
in the right-hand column.
a work in 1 a fast food restaurant
b work as 2 sma ll children
c work for 3 a proj ect
d work on 4 a computer programmer
e work out 5 a la rge compa ny
f work wit h 6 the solut ion to a problem
a . b . c .. d . e . r.
3 Complete the sentences with the phrases a - f in exercise 2.
a Joe likes helping peo ple. He ..vJad.cs.. .. vJilh ..... problem teenagers.
b I have to .n my presentation for tomorrow's class. It's still not very good.
c Do you st ill the same company?
d The teacher can't give us any help . We have to the answer for ourselves.
e julie wa nt s to a model.
f I hate t his place!
UNIT 4 : Vocabulary 19
4 Complete the sentences with work or job .
a What's your father's j ab... )
b Does he usuall y have a lot of ?
c I like doing pro jects, but they ar e hard .
d Would you like to get a for the hol idays?
e Charlie graduated from university last month. He needs to get a ..
doesn' t know what kind of he wants to do.
. .. ...... but he
5 Complete the sentences with one of the preposi tions in the box.
Then unscramble the words in bold to find out the people's
occupations.
as for In
on out with
a Peter works ..i/L a club. His job is to throw out peop le who
beha ve badly. Peter wor ks as a eernubo .....boul\f.U
b Joni works . .. a school. Her job is to teach English. She works
................... children. At the moment she is wo rking her st udents'
marks. Joni wo rks . ........ a achteer ..
c Lola wo rks a radio station. Her job is to play music. At the
moment she is working a project for a special show: she's
working the money she needs. She works . .. a
side yckoje .. . . .
d Olli e works a large company. He wor ks animals.
Hi s job is to catch rats and other pests. Ollie wo rks . .. a tsep
nerctrollo
e Rose works . ................ a famous band. She works sound
equipment, like micro phones. Her job is to check the equipment
befor e a concert. She is working the prepara tions for a big
concert. Rose works . .. a riedoa .
WORD BANK '1;
"
1...------( vJith
r---__./
Make a diagram like this in your
Word Bank notebook. Write the
words in exerc ise 5 in the right
place. Can you add more words
for each preposition?
Oil
20 UNIT 4: Functions
• BFunctions
Likes and dislikes
'I)' 1 Listen to Track 8. Which advertisements are the
people looking at? Tick the correct advertisement.
"1") 2 Listen to Track 8 again. Who says these things,
Fred or Sella?
a Nah, ther e's nothing I fan cy .
b I like childre n .
c I don't mind children .
d That' s not for me .
c I'm nor keen on animal s.
f I love anima ls. .
g I ca n' t stand fast food places ..
h It's not t hat bad ..
3 Copy and complete the table with the phrases in
exercise 2.
Ways to say you like something
I   .. ,
Ways to say you don't like something (or it's not
right for you)
I do« '-I'   ...
fheJ"t ' S I  
o
o
o
o
o
o
Situations vacant
Wanted A babysitter for 3
lovely children ages 6, 4 and 2.
Evenings. Call 02028657213
Making Waves are looking for
junior staff. This could be the
begi nning in a career in
ha irdressi ng. Ca ll [ess on
082749
Calling animal lovers The
Anima l Shelter is looking for
people to help with unloved
animals. Interest ed ? Phone
04978826
Cool Gear are looking for cool
guys to work at our new
branch. Good ba sic salary.
Discount on all ou r clothes.
Phone the manager on 095739
or 095720
Burger Lads are hiri ng now
for the holida y period. Good
pay. Come and see us ! 297
Main Street
Maths tutor requ ired. Are you
good at Ma ths? Are you
patient ? Th en you are the
person we are looking for. Call
Mr s Rock on 020 8595637
UNIT 4 : FunctJons 21
4 Put the verbs in the correct order
from a (ext reme dislike) - e
(li ke very much).
a
b
c
d
e
dislike hate
not like
like love
"1' 5
Complete the dialogue with the verbs and phrases in the box. Then
listen to Track 9 and check your answers.
M AX: I am thinking of teachi ng aft er coll ege. But I'm not sure.
M OLl.Y: Teaching? You? But you (a) .. do1\ 'r..1ita .. chi ldren.
M AX: I am not very (b) them. But I don't
(c) . them. Actuall y, I (d)
really chi ldren for a short ti me!
," taLLY: I (c) li ttle children bur I (f ) .
bi g groll ps. I (g) a job teaching small
gr oups.
M Ax : Oh no, t hat's not for me. I want to get a t emporary job
to sec if I l i ke i t.
M OLl .Y: That's a good idea.
love (don't) like fancy
keen on can't stand
don't mind hate
"), 6 Write answers for the questions. Then listen to Track 10 and answer
when it is your turn.
Example:
INTERVIEWER: How do yOll feel about chi ldren?
You        
a I NTERVIEWER: How do yo u feel a bo ut chi ldren?
Y OU:
b INn'.RVI EWER: Right. Now, tell me two things you like about teaching.
Y OU:
c I NTERVIEWER: And two things you definitel y don't like?
YOU:
d I NTERVIEWER: So, do yOll think teaching i s right for you?
YOU:
te AVocabulary
Public transport
1 Look at the pictur es.
Write the cor rect 1
letter in the boxes.
a Airp or t
Pictu re D
b Bus (coach)
station
Picture D
c Ferr y termi na l
Pictu re D
d Railway
(under ground )
station
Picture D
bay barrier check-in desk
train escalator gate
passport control plane
platform lift
ticket machine ticket office
2 Compl ete the table
with as many of the
words from the box
(under picture 4) in
exercise 1 as
possible. Some of
the words can go in
mor e than one
column.
Airport Coach (Bus) Ferry terminal
Railway/underground
stati on
station
eJ.-e.r1.<.-;/\ ~ l  
3 Complete the announcements with the verbs in the box.
Use some of them mor e than once.
a Passenger s can boord the plan e at gate 34.
b the 36B bus to the city centre.
c the fer ry 30 minutes before departure.
d to termi nal 2 for flights to Asia.
e The flight at three thirt y.
arrive board change
check-in go leave take
UNIT 5 : Vocabulary 23
f the lift to the second floor.
g Th e t rain from platform 5.
h to gate 36.
The train from Washington at five minutes past three.
J trains at Birmi ngh am Cent ra l.
k You will have to planes at Dallas airport.
I 2 hours before yo ur plane leaves.
4 Match the words in the box and their meanings .
a a mo ving staircase .
b a place where you ca n get ont o t he tr ai n .
c a piece of paper yOll need to travel on a train, plane or bus .
d the place wh er e you can take a plan e .
c a small room that carries peopl e up and down .
f the verb that means to 'get onto' a plane , train or bus .
g the place where people wait before the y get on the plane .
h a thing that stops movement .
a place wh ere you can take a ferr y ...
a place where you can get on a bus .
5 Complete this paragraph with the correct word.
board escalator
gate lift airport
barrier platform
stat ion ticket
terminal
Lind y arr ived at the (a) a i C: p. J} -<J' and went immediatel y to the (b) c -i _
d and she showed her (c) t . She wa s flying to Brazil so she went up the
(d) e to the international (e) t . It took her ten minutes to
wa lk to her (f) g . She (g) b the plane.
At the end of the flight, when she (h) a in Brazil, she had to go through
(i) p c . Then she picked up her (i ) I and (k) t _
a (I) t to her hotel.
WORD BANK   "
Make a table like this in your
Word Bank notebook. Put all the
travel words you can find in this
unit into the appropriate column.
Some can go in more than one
column. Add any other words
you know that are not in the unit.
Plane Train Bus
ricJ.<d' ricJ.<d' ricJ.<d'
o.irport plo.ffUrtV\
24 UNIT 5 : Functfona
• B Functions
Arranging to meet
1 Complete each gap in the dialogue with one word .
KIM: What time shall we meet, Max?
M AX: I could be (a) by about 11 o'cl ock.
KIN! : OK, (b) do you suggest ?
MAX: Well, Kim, I could (c) at the top of the
esca lator, you know, (cl ) the entrance.
KIM: I've got a bett er idea. How (e) under the
clock by platfor m 3?
MAX: OK. That sounds (f) Eleven o'cl ock it is
then. (g) the clock.
KIM: Fine. See you (h) .
'I)") Listen to Track 11 . Did you have the same words as Kim and Max?
2 Complete the table with
phrases a - I.
a Sounds great !
b Have you got any
ideas/suggest ions?
c How about the cafe on
Logan St reet ?
d Let' s meet under the clock.
c Let's say eight thirty.
f OK, eight o'cloc k it is, the n.
g Or we co uld meet at the bus
sto p.
h That sounds good.
We could meet at eight
o'cl ock.
J Wh at's the best time to meet?
k Where do you suggest ?
I Wh Ydon 't we go to the
Twenty-two Club?
  S k i ~ fur
Whar hMe- shall vJe- MW'7
s'a'je..shol\s
M o k i ~
I (Quid MW' JOU ar the- rop of the-
s'a'je..shol\s e..sc.o.bror.
1-
Of!Yil\j
I)-.le- jar a bdter icko..
alrer/\/Ah-.le..s
AjrWI\j fiM. SuJOU ar 11.
3 Put these sentences in the right order to make a dialogue.
a j ACKI E: Where's t he best place to meet ? IIJ
b SANDY: See you t here. D
c j ACKI E: Hmm. How about 7.30 ? D
d J ACKlE: Wh y don't we meet at Cafe Commons ? D
e j ACKIE: OK. 7.30 it is, t hen. D
f SANDY: OK. What time ? D
g SANDY: That sounds great. D
h SANDY: Where do you suggest' D
Now listen to Track 12 to check your answers.
4 Complete this dialogue.
UNIT 5 : Functions 25
YOU: (a). . ?
M AYA: Let' s say six o'clock.
You: (b). . ?
M AYA: We could meet at t he bus stop.
YOU: (c) .
M AYA: OK. Good idea. We' ll meet at t he resta ura nt.
YOU: (d) .
M AYA: See you there.
'Il,? Now listen to Track 13 and respond when it's your turn.
.. ?
•• AVocabulary
Life stages
1 Label the stages in Mark 's life. Use words from the box.
adolescence (teens) adulthood birth
childhood education marriage
parenthood romance work
1974
a
E .....
c
b
f
c
g
1996
d
-
CJ
C>
C
\
2 Write the words and pfrases from the box on the lines.
birth fobe.bom..
education ..
work .
ronlance .
marnage ..
death .
ta 13e serA
to graduate from to fal l in love
to get a job to have a baby
to get married to start school
to marry someone to be born
to work as a ... to be dead
to die to be keen on someone
... a job in a computer compan y, where
UNIT 6 : Vocabulary 27
3 Complete the passage with the correct form of the verbs in exercise 2.
Mark was born in 1974. On 29 tb Jan uar y, Mr a nd Mrs Thomas (a) hod a baby. Tbey called
bim Mark, after his father.
Littl e Mark (b) school when he was five years old.
Wh en he was 16, Mark went ou t wi th Susan. He (cl on her bur their romance did not last
long and after school, he didn't see her again.
Mark (d) university in 1996 and soon (e) .
he (f) .. . a programmer.
At work, Mark met Susan again. This time they (g) for real.
Mark (h) . his childhood sweerhearr in 2001. Tbey (i) on a ball oon ! It was a
fantastic wedding and everyone had fun.
Mark's dad is now ti) He (k) a few years ago. Now Susan is ex pect ing a
baby. If it's a boy, she wants to ca ll him Mar k, after his dad and grandad.
4 Read the passage in exercise 3 again.
Find phrases related to:
a bi rrh wo.s .. bO(fL.OfL. . . .
b educa tion ..
c ma rr iage
d work .
c dea th
5 Listen to Track 14. Answer the questions about
"),, yourself. Write full answers in the spaces.
,
 
b
c
d
e
f
WORD BANK ' .. "
Copy this table into your Word Bank notebook. Write the
verbs and phrases in the box in the correct places in your
table. Make sure you write the whole phrase.

faJe. .
ONJ.  
 
... $OfV'.WII£.....
When you find other phrases later on, add them to the table.
to marry someone to be born
to be in love with (someone) to die
to fall in love with (someone)
to start school/university
to be keen on (someone) to be dead
to love (someone)
to graduate from school/university
to have a baby to get married
28 UNIT 6: FunC1:iom•
, Look at the picture. What do you think is happening?
a She is explaining something to the teacher.
b The teac her is telling her some goo d news.
c She is telling the teacher something funny.
Now listen to Track 15 and see if you were correct.
• BFunctions
Commenting
"I,? 2
Listen to Track 15 again. In what order does Nina
(the seco nd speaker) use the following phrases
when she list ens to her friend 's story? Write 1 - 5
in the boxes.
Making comments Exclamations
a [ know the feeling.
0
c How stu pid!
0
b Th at sounds familiar
0
d Oh , no!
0
c Uh, oh.
10
3 Add the following sentences and
phrases from Track 15 to the table.
I know what you mean
How f unny! Wow! Really?
No! You're j oking!
4 What does the speaker want to
express in each case? Match the
expression and the reason the
speaker has used it.
I know what you mean.
How funny !
Wow! Real ly? No!
You're joking !
I know the feeling.
That sounds familiar.
How stupid!
Oh, no!
Uh, oh.
Cl to show amusement
b to show sympathy and knowledge of the situation
C to show concern
d to show disbelief, surp rise or shock
e to show annoya nce or disgust
5 Write Bernie's part in the dialogue. Use comments and
exclamati ons from the box. You will not need them all.
UNIT 6: Functions 29
7 Follow the instructions in italics
to write a new dialogue. Use the
dialogue in exerci se 5 to help
you.
Let FAf §b1ess! Yebl lest YSl::IF ffi8sile a§siA. ri§At? Oh, no!
That's nice. Uh, oh. That sounds fami liar! How stupid!
YOUR , RI END: I did somet hing
really st upid.
(You think she lost her glasses
again.)
YOU:  
YOUR FRIEND: No. I bought a
cake for my sister's birt hday.
(You think that 's kind. )
YOU: (b) .
YOUR FRIEND: But I put it on my
cha ir and I sat on it !
(You think that was stupid.
Advise her/him to buy another
cake.)
Yo u: (c) .
I know the feeling. So, buy her more f lowers.
. !
ALEX: [ did some t hing rea lly st upid.
BERNIE: ...
ALEX: No, no. I'm seeing Paul a tonight. So I bought her so me
flowers.
BERNIE: (b) .
ALEX: Yeah. But I put the flowers on th e roof of t he car, you
know, to open the door.
BERNlE: (c) .. ..
AI. EX: And [ dro ve away wit h th e flower s on t he ro o f. Now I
feel really st upid.
BERNIE: (d) ..
ALEX: I don' t ha ve money for t he cinema and more flowers.
BERNIE: (e) ..
'i1") Listen to Track 16 to check your answers.
"1"') 6 Listen to Track 17. You are Bernie. Read out his words
when it' s your turn.
YOUR FRIEND: I haven't got any
money!
(You have the same problem'}
YOU: (d) .
... .......................................................................... !
'11 tAl Listen to Track 18 to
/ check your answers.
•• AVocabulary
Activities (and where we do them)
1 Which of these sports are always held indoors? Tick the boxes.
football 0 tennis 0 baseball 0 bowling 0 golf 0 boxing 0 pool 0
2 Match the sports from exercise 1 with the places in the box.
Writ e label s for the pictures.
alley €ffiIf5e court field pitch ring t able
3 What do sentences a - 9 describe? Write the words from exercises 1 and 2.
The fir st one is done for you.
a This course has many holes! jolf.c.aurse. .
b It's a ring but you can't wear it round your finger. .
c You can't grow plants in this field. .
d You can't eat your meals sitting at this one! .
e This sport has ' singles' and 'doubles' mat ches. .
f There are twenty-two peopl e on this one and twent y wan t the same ball! .
g A ball with holes in it? That 's what you need here .
UNIT 7 : Vocabulary 31
4 Complete each sentence with all the correct possibilities from the list.
a Do you want to go   ?
bowling sailing skating listening t o a concert
b Do yo u want to go ?
swimming shopping cycling watching a film
cAndy came . ................................................. .. ....... with LIS.
dancing having fun rowi ng bowli ng
d Jan didn't want to go to .
football baseball practice shopping riding
c Do yo u like riding ?
skates horses motorcycles a bicycle
f M att can pl ay . . very wel l.
football golf boxing music
5 Match the columns. Then use the words t o complete the sentences.
a Where can we play t ennis?
Ther e's a .....t:et\I\i.S.... wl.iIt .... near my house.
b Why are there only 21 players on the ?
The referee sent one pl ayer off.
c Th e fight is about to begin. The boxers are already in the .
d How many hol es are there in t his; . ?
golf €OO#
boxing pitch
field
pool ring
baseball course
football table
bowling alley
Only nine.
e Is bowling popul ar here?
N ot yet . But they're building a in the shoppi ng cent re.
f Does San Fernando have a baseball team?
We have a team but we play in San Di ego: there is no
............................... in San Fernando.
g The hot el has three in the games room.
WORD BANK .
Make a chart like this in your Word
Bank notebook. Write the activity
words from this unit beside the
correct verb in the chart . Can you
add any other partners for each verb?
Activity verbs and t heir partners
_Verbs Partners
go
SvJi"NV\il\j)

come
goto
ride
play
32 UNIT 7 : Function5
• BFunctions
Inviting
1 Complete each gap
in the dialogue with
a word or phrase.
M ATT: Hi , Liz
LI z: Hi, Matt.
NIATT: \'<'ould yo u like (a) rowing?
Lrz. Rowing ?
lV[ATT:
LI z:
Yeah. Rowing. You know. In (b) .
Of co urse (c) 'in a boat' . It' s just rhar, well, you have a (d) .
M ATT: You're right ! (e) I th ought you co uld (f) the actua l rowing.
LIZ: Oh no.
MATT: No? (g) ?
LIZ: I' m not (h) rowing, actually. I'm not (i) at it.
MATT: Oh right. Well, how about a wa lk?
LIZ: I'm a bit tired.
M ATT: Or a co ffee?
LIZ: Now you' re talking!
'11' List en to Track 19. Did you have the same words and phrases as Matt and Liz?
2 Match the first half of the invitations with the
appropriate verbs.
a Do you fancy .. .
b Do you want to .. .
c How a bo ut ...
d Would you like to ...
1 go rowing? . . .
2 goi ng rowing? .. .
Saying yes Not sure Saying no
3 Complete the table with the phrases.
I'd love to. I'd love to, but ... I'd rather not.
I'm not rea lly sure. No thanks. Perhaps.
That would be great. What a fantastic idea!
Why not? Yes, OK. Yes, please.
'11' 4
UNIT 7 : Functions 33
Listen to Track 20 and complete the table. What do the people invite their fri ends to do?
Write the pl aces or activities in the table. Do their friends say yes, no, or are they not sure?
Tick the correct boxes.
Yes No Not sure
a jarnie invi tes
howlil\j
D
[ZJ
D
Nat
b Sue invites Sam I
D D D
2
D D D
c Trici a invites 1
D D D
Mi ke
2
D D D
'11' 5 Listen to Track 20 again and add to the table. Write the expressions
they use in the correct boxes.
Yes No Not sure
a jamie invi tes
o w l   ~
IZJ I)d loJQ, to)
Nat
Wovld jOV Iila
Wo' I (.(.l/\ )t.
to COfV\Q, howlil\j?
'11' 6 Use the expressi ons in the table to invit e Mike to the places (in brackets).
Then list en to Track 21 and say your lines after the beep.
YOU: (a dance) (a) ?
MI KE: A dance? Well , I don't really l i ke dancing.
YOU: (a concert) (b) ... . ... on Tuesday then?
M IKE: I'd l ove to, but I'm busy on Tuesday.
Yo u: (to dinner ) (c) tomor row?
Nll"F: Now you're talking! Everybody says you're a great cook!
1 Write the adjectives under the
correct pictures.
c .. b ..
nervous
frig htened
in love jealous
sad
angry
excited
happy
j3ffiIHI
• AVocabulary
~  
Feelings
d .... e .. f ....
g .. h .. I ..
2 Complete the table with words from exerc ise 1.
Positive feelings
Negative feelings
To be/feel: h"Pe1 To be/feel: sw
UNIT 8 : Vocabulary 35
3 Match the nouns with the adjectives in the same word family.
Nouns
=====lil==
happiness
sadness
nervousness
excitement
amusement
disappointment
anger
pride
jealousy
fright
belfeel
Adjecti ves
ngry
disappointed
excited
frightened
happy
jealous
nervous
proud
sad
Can you find two common
endings for nouns in the
table?
4 Write sent ences to react to the informat ion. Use words from the tabl e.
a A: My cat died!
B: I'm sorry. You' re proba bly feeling very ...SM.
b A: Tho mas has a job interview tomorrow.
B: He mu st be ..
c A: Dave wo n the writing competition.
B: Lucky Dave! I bet he's really
d A: Ada rn and Kare are gett ing married.
B: Reall y? I'm sure they' ll be
e A: Penny's doing her first bungee jump in a
minute!
B: She must be ..
WORD BANK
,
f A: Ian accidentally del eted all my work on the
computer.
B: Poor you! You must feel reall y
g A: Gina's going out with Laura's ex-boyfriend.
B: Laura's probabl y .
She's still in love with him.
h A: Millie is going to see Madonna in concert .
B: Millie must be .
Madonna'5 her favourite singe r.
a Write the adjectives in this section in your Word Bank notebook.
Writ e the situations in exercise 4 to help you remember their
meaning.
b Add other situations that are meaningful to you personally.
f a .be/to sod
e.j' w'hQ/\ jour co.t dies.
f a .be/to
e.j ' w'hQ/\ JOU jOil\j to
SUjOur €  
36 UNIT B: Functions
• BFunctions
Apologising
1 Listen to Track 22. Match
the dialogues with the
pictures. Write 1 - 4.
a Dialogue ..
b Dialog ue ..
c Dialogue
d Dialogue ..
2 Listen to track 22 again. Tick the expressions you hear.
Apologising
I apologise. D
I apologise for being late. D
Sorry! D
I'm sorry that you waited so long. D
I didn't mean to upset you. D
Responding to apologies
Apology accepted. D
That's all right. D
That's OK. D
Never mind. D
Not at all. D
Don't worry about it. D
UNIT S: Function" 37
3 Formal or informal?
Listen to Track 23. Match the conversations with the pictures.
a Conversation: . b Conversation:
4 Listen to Track 23 again . Write the apologies in the spaces.
Conversation 1 Conversation 2
B: Yes, I see your ap poi nt ment was at four ?
A: Good aftern oon, M r Rice.
(d) ....... .. .................. mm .
A: (c) .
There was a lot of t ra ffic.
B: Well, never min d. Now, open wide please.
(b) I lost my A: Ouch!
A: It was n' t much fun, yo u know?
B:
A: You're late!
B: Sorry!
A: Well, we sa id 8 o'clock and it' s 8.45 now.
B: I know. (a)
laprop, That's why I'm late.
A: Oh, I' m rea lly sorry.
(c) List en,
do you st ill want to see t he film?
B: Oops, (f) .
Did th at hurt '
5 Listen again to Conversation 1 on Track 24. You are B. Respond when it's your turn .
2
1 Match the words and the items in
the picture. Write 1 - 6 in the
boxes.
• AVocabulary
Phrasal verbs
5
d plug 0
e volume control D
f out put 0
a socket 0
b headset 0
c power button 0
2 Look at the sentences. What do you not ice about the words in blue?
Turn on the televi sio n.
Turn the television 011 .
Or
Plug in the computer.
Plug the computer in.
Or
Switch off the printe r.
Switch the print er off .
the the
radio volume
the
light
the
headset
theTV the
computer
plug in ./ ./ ./ ././ _
swi tchon/off _
turnon/off 11_
- 11
3 Which words go together?
Tick the table.
4 Give advice in answer to these
comments. Use phrasal verbs
from the table in exercise 3.
a The music is too loud! ...1I.1m... .dowl\... ..1'he.....voloJMe... .. ..
b I can't hear what the peop le on t he radio are saying. .
c I'm bor ed with this game .
d I ca n' t see anything! .
c I don't want everybody to hear the CO .
f I want to watch my new TV. Where do I start ? .
g I plugged in the CD player and I turned it on but noth ing is
happening! .
UNIT 9 : Vm:abulary 39
5 Match the beginning of the
Column 1
sentences in column 1 with the
correct endings in column 2.
a Put on
a
b
b Swi tch off
c Turn up
c
d Tur n on
d
e Turn off
e
f Pl ug in
f g Pick up
g
h
Column 2
1 the vol ume. I can't hear anythi ng.
2 the phone. I'm busy.
3 the li ght when you go.
4 the pri nter before you use it.
S the TV. The pr ogramme i s start ing!
6 the computer when you fi nish.
7 the headset. We don't want to l i st en to
your mUSIc.
f You don't have to .. .. thi s r adio. It 's got batteries.
g Ca n yo u the answering machine? I want to
listen to my messages.
7 Complete these sentences with a phrasal verb from exercise 5.
a Please ....t.JO\ ....up.. the vol ume. I want to hear the weather for ecast.
b Di d you remember to the DVD player
when you left ?
c Wh y don't you . .. the lamp ? I t 's too dark here.
d Of course the radio doesn' t wor k - you didn't .
6 Rewrite the sentences you made
in exercise 5, changing the place
of the preposition.
a   .Ofl •....
b
c
d
e
f
g
e ......... your coat. I t's cold out there!
WORD BANK ..
Make a chart that starts like this in your Word Bank notebook.
Write the phrasal verbs in this unit in the chart with the wor ds that
go with them.
Phrasal verbs
1',* 01\
Words that go with them Special grammar
Add as many words as you can to the second column.
40 UNIT 9: Funniom•
• • BFunctions
Making phone calls
1 Put these two conversations in the correct order.
Write numbers 1 - 6 or 1 - 7 in the boxes.
a
D Bye.
D Hi , Sue. It's Ha rry. Is Milly there?
[I] He llo.
D No, that's OK. I'll call her later.
D OK. See you.
o N   ~ she's out . Do you wa nt me to say
you ca lled?
b
[I] He llo, Language Cent re. Ca n I
help you ?
D Yes. I'll ho ld.
D Sor ry to keep you wa it ing. Th e line is
st ill engage d. Can I tak e a message?
D Co uld you put me through to Mr
Rose?
D I' m sorry. The line is busy. Wo uld you
like to ho ld?
D Yes. Could you tell Mr Rose that
Ha rr y Parker ca lled' It's a bout his
DVD player.
D Of co urse.
on' Listen to track 25. Check your answers.
2 Compl ete the tabl e with phrases from the dialogue.
Making phone calls
Offering help
Making a request
Asking to speak to someone
Formal
CM! Could I SpeD-I.<. t o
I)d lil.<1. to SPeD-I.<. to ....
7
Informal
UNIT 9: Funtliom, 41
3 Complete the phone call.
You are phoning a shop where you bought an MP3 player. It doesn't work.
You want your money back.
5 1101':
VOU:
5110 1':
VOU:
SHOP:
Hello. Best Electronics. Ca n I hel p yo u?
(ask to speak to the ma nageri .
Who 's ca lling pl ease?
iintrodnce yourself) .
Sorry, his line's engaged.
VOU: (ask her to take a message) .
SHOP: Sure.
VOU: (leave a message) .
'11' 4 Listen to Track 26.
Who does Marciel want to speak t o? ...
Why can't Chris speak to Steve? ..
"1' 5 Listen to Track 26 again . Write:
a three ways of answering th e ph on e ....fuJ lo? ... BQ.Sr....Ele.ckrolli!S... .
b three ways to ask to speak to someone .
c an ex press ion that means "Can yo u wait?'...
"I' 6 Complete the rest of the phone call. Then listen to Track 27 and read out your li nes when it's your turn.
YOU: iansurering the phonei Hello. . .. ?
FRANCES: Hi . This is Fran ces. Ca n I speak to Ca rme n, please?
VOU: (say she is 1I 0t i ll ) . . .
FRANCES: When will she be back ?
VOU: (you are not sure - offer to take a message) ?
FRANCES: Yes, please. Tell her Frances ca lled. Can she meet me outside th e cinema at 8.30,
not at 8? 1can't be there earlier.
VOU: (read ou t the message) .
FRANCES: That's righ t . Who's spea ki ng please?
VOU: (say who you are) . . ..
FRANCES: OK. Thank s for your hel p. Bye.
•• AVocabulary
Giving and receiving
1 Match the words and phrases in t he box with t he pictures .
Savings Bank 'e}
1/
4499 7700 1234 5678
--- - [Q)
e
=- Savings Bank Q)
c
cash cheque
credit card gold watch
receipt shop assist ant
to t he shops unwrapping
wrappi ng up
a
b
c
cl
c
f .. .
g
h
2
Match t he begi nni ngs of the sent ences in co lumn A with the endings
in column B.
A
B
a g
a He changed it ... 1 a gold watch.
b h
b Peter ...
2 by credit card.
c
c Later, Peter t ook ...
3 cash.
cl
d Lucy went ...
4 for her f riend Peter.
J
e She asked f or a ...
S pay by cheque. e k
f She chose ... 6 receipt,
f I
g She didn't ...
7 t o Peter.
h Shedidn't pay in ...
S to the shops.
i She gave the watch ...
9 wrapped up the watch.
j She paid ... 10 unwrapped the present.
k She was looking for something ... 11 t he watch back to t he shop.
I The shop assistant ... 12 for something else.
UNIT Ill: Vocabulary 43
3 Writ e the sentences in the correct sequence.
b
c
d
e
f . ... .. . .
g
h .
k
I
4 Look at the picture and complete the sentences with the
words in the box.
change gave receipt
A Go od morning. Can I help you?
B Yes. My mot her (a) me this pr esent for my birt hday
and I'd like to (b) it, please.
A (c) it ?
1\ Yes, (d) it for somet hing bigger.
... it.
,
the n you can (h) Yes, first I need the (g) ,
Ah , well ...
The (f) ?
A That should be possible. Do you have the (c) ..
B
A
B
WORD BANK . <1,
In your Wor d Bank notebook, make a li st of all the different
thi ngs you can give as presents for these occasions.
wedding engage ment birthday Mother's day Father's da y
44 UNIT 10: Fum::t:IDns
• BFunctions
Thanking people
'11") 1 Listen to Track 28. Which is the correct pict ure?
,,,") 2 Listen to Track 28 again. Compl ete the dialogue.
J ANE: I just wa nt to (a) .
CARI.: You'r e (b) .
J ANE: No, rea lly. You (c) .
CARLo It was (d) . .
JANE: No, really. Thanks to you it was
(c) .
CARI. : (f) . . a relief.
J ANE: Seriously, than k you (g) .
CARI. : Sure.
3 Read thr ough the following phr ases and decide whether they
are thanks because ...
a
b L - . - ~ -   ~ ---'
1 someone did something for yOll ,
2 someone gave you something, or
3 someone helped you.
Write 1 - 3 in the boxes. Note: There is sometimes mor e than one
suitable answer.
a It's just wha t I wanted. D
b It's rea lly kind of you. D
c Man y thanks for ... .. .... . . D
d Thank you for all your help/everyth ing you've done for me. D
e Th ank you so much for mg D
f Th anks a lot. D
g Th anks to you the was a great success. D
h You' ve saved my life! Th ank s. D
UNIT 10: Fum:tiom. 45
4 Put these words in the cor rect order to make sentences. Use capital letters where necessary.
a just / I / wa nted / it' s / what ..
you / I'm / it / like / glad .
b all / you / for / help / your / than k .
we lcome / you' re .....
c part y / success / a / you / to / than ks / the / great / was.
a / was / pleas ure / it .
d me / so / tha nks / helpin g / homework / much / wit h / for / my .
problem / no .
e for / tha nks / lot / dinner / a
it / ment ion / don't .....
01)" Now listen to Track 29 and check your answers.
5 Now match each dialogue with a
picture. Write the letter in the
boxes.
6 Imagine you are in these
situations. Write what you
would say.
a It's your birt hday and your
friend gave you a CD of your
favourite band.
b It's your friend's birthday and
she t hanks you for the DVD
that yOll gave her.
c You r brother helped you to fix
your bicycle.
d You r mother cooked you a
delicious dinner.
  ~ Now listen to Track 30 and speak
whe n it's your turn.
• AVocabulary
Performance
t Read the paragraph and choose the correct
photograph.
Last week I read a review in the newspaper.
It was about a new play called BlueName. It sa id
the pl ay was very moving. The reviewer cried at
the end, he said. I rang the theat re and booked a
t icket. I went to see t he play. I got a good seat so
I had a good view of the stage. When t he curtain
went up I was very excited, but unf ortu nat ely t he
play was very bori ng. It was so slow, and I didn't
cry at all ! But at the end of t he performance
everyone in the audience clapped and clapped.
So maybe there's something wrong with me!
The correct photograph is ..
2 Find words in blue in the text which mean:
a a piece of wr iting about a play or a film
b large piece of material between the stage
and the audience ..
c not exciting .....
d not fast ..
e put their hands toget her
f show/play ..
g the place where the actors are
h bought/ordered a ticket before the show
it makes you feel ver y emot ional - a good
thin g ..
3 Complete the sentences with one of these words.
book curtain play performance
audience clapped stage
a I read a .. l1>JiW.. of the movie. It said t hat the
movi e was exce llent.
b Do we need to : tickets?
c The actors were already on the .
when we arrived lat e.
d There wa s a huge at the theat re
on opening night . There was not one empty scat.
e The went up at the beginning of
the show and came down at t he end.
f There's a in this theatre tonight,
and tomorrow there's a concert .
g The peop le watching for ten
minut es at the end of the show.
h The actors were fantast ic in the first
.............................. .. ................ of Shakespeare's Romeo an d
[ uliet last night .
  I ~ 4 Look at these film posters. Then listen to Track 31. Which film they
are talking about in each case?
5 Now imagine you have seen the films. Write your opinions when
your friend asks you:
Have you seen ' Days of Laughter' ?
a
Have you seen ' Night of the Zombie Ki ll ers'?
b
Have you seen 'The Long Hot Summer'?
c .
Have you seen 'The New York Race'?
d
"I' Now listen to Track 32 and answer when it's your turn.
UNIT 11 : Vm:abulary 47
Conversation a ..
Conversation b
Conversation c ....
Conversatio n d .
WORD BANK '
,
Which of the words in this
vocabulary section refer to films,
plays or both?
Make a diagram like this in your
Word Bank notebook and write
the words in the right place.
48 UNIT 11 : Function"
• BFunctions
Booking tickets, tables, rooms
1 Write the foll owing questions in the gaps in
the di alogue.
W O ~ I A ; ;   Arts Cinema. Can [ help you?
M A;";: Yes please. I' d like some tickets for
The Cuba File, please. For today.
Can you give me your credi t card number?
How many tickets do you want?
Is there anyt hing else 1 can do for you?
What time do you want to see the fil m?
Where would you like to sit?
M AN: Sure. It's 4552 .. .
WO,VIAN: And (b) '
WOMAN: OK sir, the payment's gone through.
Co me along 15 minutes before the
performance starts and yo ur tickets
wi ll be her e.
,
,
....................
WmI AN: OK. (a)
MAN: Six twe nt y.
M A;"; : Co uld we have an aisle seat at the
back?
WO.\I AN: Yes I think [ ca n do that .
(cl ) . . ?
iVt AN: Two, please.
WO.\I AN: (c) ...
NIAN: Great.
WO,\IAN: (e) .
MAN: No tha nks, that 's all. Goodbye.
Oil' Now listen to Track 33. Were you correct?
2 Add phrases a - 0 to the table on page 49.
a At the front .
b How man y people is that for ?
c In t he middle, somewhere.
d I think we ca n do that.
e I'd like a room for two nights.
f I'd like to book a table.
g I'm afrai d tha t that perf ormance is sold out.
h I'm af ra id ther e a ren' t any ticket s left for tha t
performance.
I' m afraid we' re full to morrow.
J I'm so rry, sir. The horel is full on March 19th.
k Not too near the back .
I That's fine.
m Wc look forward to seeing yo u on Thursday.
n Wh at dates ar e you thinki ng of?
o Wh en is thar for?
UNIT 11: Fum::t:ion5 49
Funct ion Exampl es
3 Put these two conversations
in order. Number the boxes.
a Oh dear. What about tom or row? D
b Certa inly, sir. Ca n I have your credit card number? D
c Yes. It's 6475 7564 D
d Two nigbts? Is that for tonight ? D
e OK, ca n I book tha t room, please? D
f We have one room ava ilable tomor row. D
g Yes, tonight and tomorrow night . D
h The Garden Hotel. Ca n I help you? D
Yes, I'd like a room for two nights, please. D
I' m afra id the hotel is full tonight. D
a OK, Ms Healey. Next
Wedne sda y at 8 o' clock,
table for two. D
b Just for two. D
c Thank you very much. D
d Jenni fer Healey. D
e Hello. I' d like to book a
table, please. D
f 8 pm? Right . And what 's
your name?0
g Two people on Wednesday.
OK, and what time were
you think ing of? D
h 8 o'clock. D
Murray' s restaurant here. D
J Next Wedne sda y, please. D
k Sure. And how many people
is that for ? D
Certa inly. What da y is that
for ? D
Oi l,? Listen to Track 34 and
check your answers.
"I,? 4 Now listen to Track 35. Imag ine
you are the woman on the phone
to the restaurant, and then the
man in the hotel. You can change
information if you want. Speak
when it is your turn.
o./Ollj 1S Millv!'e.s
  rer{UrMMU-
sfo.rrs.
Car: JOU jOur
uWif c.o.rd lIuMber
7
Ending the con ver sa t ion :
Describing where:
Asking for detail s:
Say ing what the customer
should do:
Saying it' s possib le/not
possible :
Getting a cre dit card
number :
Offering a servic e :
Saying what you wa nt:
•• AVocabulary
Word families
1 Use your dictionary to complete these tables with words from the
same word family.
2 Use the correct form of the words from exercise 1 in the
sent ences below.
a Th e young woman wa s happy to be pa rt of an important
......................_ to save wild animals.
b That woman is an to young peop le today.
They see her and t hey want to be like her.
c I love to t ry new recipes. What about you? Do you like
............................................. .. ... ...... ?
d I have several in my house. I have to give
them plent y of water and ta ke care of them.
e What do you do in your free time? Do you have any
...... ... ................... ..... ...................... , like movies or sports ?
f My brother doesn't have a job at t he moment , he's looking for
g After the sto rm the beach house wa s completely .
h Can you help me to t his piano? It's very heavy.
3 Circle the correct word in blue to complete these paragraphs.
Verbs
clone
cook
Nouns
plant
  n s ~   r t   o n
destruction
Nouns
protect ion
defence
Adjectives
employed,
unemployed
Interested
Shawn Fanning (born in 1980) was just 18 years old when he started
' Napster' - a way to share music files over the Internet for free - witho ut
paying. Fanning was a uni versity student when he became
(a) inte rested / interest ing / int erest in the Intern et . He left uni versity to
(b) move / mo vement / moved to Ca lifornia and sta rt his business.
Today Fanning owns a company called SNOCAP. This company
(c) protects / protection / protected the rights of people who wr ite music -
the oppos ite of his early days with Napster!
Arundhati Ray was born in 1961. She is a writer and (d) active / activist
from Bengal, Indi a. Her first nove l took her five year s to write and it is
called The God of Small Things.
Today Roy tra vels the world giving (e) speak / spoken / speec hes about the
environment and justice and she is an (f) inspire / inspi ration to the people
who meet her.
She is (g) marri age / marr y / mar ried to a film-maker and lives in Delhi.
~
UNIT 12: Vm:abulary 51
4 Complete this word family table .
Verb Noun Adjective
XXXXXXXX scientist I science scientific
discover
interested (in)
destruction
XXXXXXXX environment /
plant
protect
married
move
act I active
5 Use the words from the table in exercise 4 to complet e these sente nces.
a My sister's favour ite subject at school is
she want s to be an .
..   c i u ~ ..... and when she grows up
b This facto ry is causi ng a lot of damage.
c The . . of the rain for est is dan gerous for the , because the
rai nfo rest affects the weather.
cl It is important that we more trees in the world.
c The of radium wa s important for medicin e.
. last year. The took place at the beach.
f Man y important .
g The couple got ..
..... in the world . ... wild animals.
WORD BANK ' ..
Make a table like this in your Word Bank notebook.
Write te n word families that you know in the table.
ver
52 UNIT 12: Function"
• BFunctions
Offering to help
1 Match the two parts of
the conversations.
a .. ..
b ..
c ..
cl ..
e ..
Listen to Track 36. Were
you correct?
a Why don't you let me carry
your bags?
b I don't thi nk I can reach the
button.
c Would you li ke some help wit h
your homework?
d Can I help you to fi nish those
forms?
e Shall I make yousomethingto eat?
Thanks. I need t o get homeearly
tonight.
2 Don't worry about it . I'm fi ne.
I ate about an hour ago.
3 They are very heavy. Thanks.
4 Allow me. I'll press it for you.
5 No, thanks. I can do it by
myself.
2 Where did the conversations take place? Choose
phrases from the box.
a Conversat ion a .
b Co nve rsation b ...
c Convers ation c .
cl Co nvers ..i ti on d .
e Conversation e ... ..
at home at t he supermarket
at t he off ice in a lift at school
3 Complete the table wi th the phrases in bol d from the conversations in exercise 1.
Of fering help
Accepting help
Refusing help
UNIT 12: Fum:t:iomi 53
4 Complete the dialogues with these words and phrases. Use capital letters where necessary.
a A: WOLlId.j OLl....Iike. . . me to hel p you with dinn er ?
B: Thanks. That great .
chop those onions?
b A: You look tired if I make you a nice cup
of tea?
can I thanks
would you like don't worry
allow me why don't
would be sure
B: , dear. I'm fine. I' ll have some tea later.
can you how about
c A: I ca n't open t his door.
B: It is very heavy.
d A: you do the first part of the reading and I'll do the second par t
so we save time?
B: . It's about 100 pages al toget her.
e A: help you to do the shopping?
B: about it. I on ly need to get a few things.
"1") Now list en to Track 37 and check your answers.
5 Complete the dialogues for
these situations.
a Would you like me to bell' you, son?
b Wow! What a mess! Ho w about if we help you to get t he room ready?
')1") Now listen to Track 38 and speak when it' s your turn.
•• AVocabulary
Abilities
1 Writ e the name of the person who has each of these
talents or abilities.
a is very sporty. She loves sports, especially
basket ball and volleyball, and she's very goo d at them.
b is very practical. She does all the things t hat need
doing arou nd the house.
c is so creati ve. He can make anything into
something else.
d likes to meet people at parties. He's very sociable.
e has ' green fingers' . Any plant in her gar den
grows.
f is very good at listening and helping his friends.
He's an understanding person.
2 Put these letters in the right order to make words to describe
abilities and talents.
a tropsy .
b t ansingdreund ... u....
c ca rpc lari p
d blecioas ..$ ..
e nonfidcet ........(,....
f recavite Y .
g rri sacir .
h gi llaco J .
3 Now match the words (a - h) above to the definitions (1 - 8).
UNIT 13: Vocabulary 55
o Do you have . . . . . . ?
We need someone to help us
once a week in our garden.
We grow mostly flowers and
some vegetables .
Call us on 9384973.
, I "ingfor a
I m 00" Keep my
persontonelp me \'10 can
d someone w
booKs. I nee receipts and
go through all my nise it for me.
information and
Mrs Murp Y
1 You are good at worki ng t hi ngs out step by step.
2 You iike meet ing peopl e and being wit h friends.
3 You are good at art, like drawin g and painting.
4 You have go od original ideas.
5 You are not shy and you are ver y sure of yoursel f.
6 You are a good l ist ener and think about other peopl e's feeli ngs.
7 You iike pl ayin g sport s.
8 You can fix things and you don 't pani c in a crisis.
a
L
b ..
g ..
c ....
h .
d .. e ..
We are looking for an
.. person to help
    posters for a
concert next month.
Contact: Josie
Do you ha
C
ve great ideas')
an y , . .
d
' ou make Somethi n '
out of noth;ng ? Th g
m;ght be the . en you
person we
Call JOhn at 6748392
4 Complete these advertisements with a suitable word or expression.

Write the names of ten people you know. Use the new words from
this unit to describe them in your Word Bank notebook.
Example: f\'j dad: prodico.l ) SQucWl e-
We need a .
person who loves to meet
other people and loves parties.
oWe are professional party
organisers.
Writ e to: Suzie
Contact @great part ies.com
.. ·· ···· ..··..··· ...
D · ·.. ······· ?
Ifl 0 you love to I
Come and p ay games?
.. try Out for our
new basketball team
We need you!
Come to th
e gym On F 'd
2
n ay
.. ....... . at .00 Pm.
.... ...... .... .. .. .... ....
56 UNIT 13 : Functions

BFunctions
Asking for language help
, Put this conve rs ation in order. Write the numbers 1 - 9 in the boxes.
a RACHEL: Oh yes, that 's it. A barri ster. D
b RACHEL: I'm not sure yet. D
c J AKE: Oh, it 's t he st udy of a ll things con nect ed wit h crime
and criminals. D
d J AKE: No, I'm not go ing to be a barr ist er. I'm going to be a
cr imino logy teacher. What ab ou t you? Wha t are you going
to stu dy ? D
c JAKE: I'm go ing to study criminology at university. 0
f RACHE!. : Oh, that sounds inter est ing. So are you going to
be someone who goes to court? What do you call it? D
g RACHEL: Criminology? Wha t's that? D
h JAKE: A ba rri ster? D
RACHEL : What a re you goi ng to do when you leave school? []
~ I   Now listen to Track 39 and check your answers.
................. ... , like a hobby?
2 Complete the dialogue with one of these words or expressions.
You will need to use some of them more than once.
K RISTINA : Ellie, what does 'talent' (a) Mw..t1 ;.
El.I.IF: Oh, it (b) something that you are good at.
KRI STINA: OK, I understa nd. Like I have a talent for singing?
EU.IE : That's right.
KRISTINA: And what do you (c) it when you like doing
something, even if you arc not good at it?
EU.IE: You (d ) ....
KRISTINA: Yes, a hobby.
ELLIE: Usually people who have hobbi es have some kin d of a bility for th e
th ing they like to do, but not always.
mean say
what's call
means
KRISTINA: Wh at do you (e) by ' a bility' ?
El.I.IE: Ability means being able to do something, like an acti vity.
KR1 STI NA : Act ivit y? (f) tha t ?
EU.IE: An activity is somet hing yo u do.
KRISTINA: Wow! I need a dictiona ry. Then I could find these words
for myself. How do yo u (g) ' find out something for yourself' ?
El.I.I E: Discover. Yes, I t hink you need a di ct iona ry, Kristi na .
~ I   Now listen to Track 40 and check your answers.
3 Complete these questions.
a What tk you fY\Q.1),A by di scipline?
b ' Atte ntio n'? Wh at's '
UNIT 13: Function5 57
c What . ........... 'comfortable' .
dHow . . "nor calm' , 'running around' , ' acting crazy' ?
e Wh at when something makes you feel afraid?
4 Now match questions a - e to these answers.
Wild.
2 It mean s you feel at ease, rela xed.
3 It frightens yo u.
4 It's when you have strict rules.
5 It 's when someone talks to you and takes noti ce of what you do.
a . b . c .. d . e .."
................ ..................... when somet hing
5 Complete this di alogue by writing the correct question from the box.
ABBY: I rea lly do n't like parties. la) .. ..
when yo u do n' t like to meet people?
O IlUS: Shy? Are you shy?
AllllY: Yes, I am , (b) .
makes you feel afrai d?
Ciuus : You mean, it frightens you.
AllllY: Yes, that's right .
Cuur s: That's st ra nge, because you' re very popul ar.
AllIIY: Popular' (c) .
OIlUS: It's when a lot of people like yo u.
AllllY: Yes, I think I'm popular, but I don't like it when peopl e take
notice of me? (d ) ?
C HRIS: Oh, you mean when peopl e pay you a lot of atte nt ion.
AllBY: That's right. I like to stay by myself.
oil' Now listen to Track 41 and read Abby's part after each beep.
How do you cal l it
What does that mean
How do you say thi s
What do you call it
g .
1 Use the words to describe the pictures.
•• AVocabulary
Describing the size of things
h .
2 Look at the picture of the swimming pool and answer
the questions.
a Which words in the pict ure are t he opposite of:
low ..
narrow ..
e Which words can be used for rooms or houses?
long
high
wide
UNIT 14: Vocabulary 59
3 Unjumble these words to find adjectives that describe size.
a ra leg
b sonoreum
c nimetll
d yrni
•• •• •• • m ••• JOfjQ. . e ibg
f ta ngicig
g lamsl
h guhe
4 Now put the words in order of size along this diagram.
o 0 0
e .
b
f
c
g
d
h
5 Look at the pictures and complete the sentences with one of these words.
F This hole is very .
B Tbe roa d is very .
C This tr ee is very; .. .
D The road is not very ..
E The wornan is very .
In your Word Bank not ebook write one thing you know
that is:
E
ta ll
huge
high
lar ge
wide
big
long
WORD BANK    
,
minute tiny small
enormous gigantic
deep sha llow
deep slqal lew wide wide high tall
A The wa ter is ........shallovJ ..
Example:
Mi"vre. - !hiS is Mi"vre.. I CM)f' rw.d. if'.
60 UNIT 14: FunC1:ions
. 8
Functions
Comparing experiences
CATH: (b) .
1 Complete the dialogue with words from lhe box.
A Ni' E: Can I ask you (a) .....SQIY'e.thill j ,
A NNE: Wha t's the best (c) you've ever seen?
about difficult easy film know right
something sure think too
CATH: That's (d)
A NNE: Sorry.
CATH: No, that 's all (c) . .. The best film?
I (f) i t 's The USI/ al Suspects. I saw it
on TV last week. What (g) you?
Ai' NE: That's easy. Jaws. You (h) . .. , the
one with the great whi te shark .
CATH: Yes, I l i ked that (i) .
A NNE: I' ve seen it about fifteen ti mes!
Now listen to Track 42 . Were you cor rect?
'1)6)
2 Practise saying the dialogue. Can you do it from memory?
3 Make questions. using the noun phrases with appropriate verbs from the box.
a beautiful
) 7
............... .......··· ·..··....···· 3 Qu..   .. Mer...SeM. ....
b deli ci ous food ..
c hori ng hook .
d fr ightening exper ience .
c good concert ..
f horribl e food .
g ugly thing ...
been to eaten
read seen
had
Now answer the questions.
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4 Put these words in order to make sentences and questions. Use capital letters where necessary.
a your / take / time /
... 1Q,!.a j 0vr. tlC"e, .
b sounds / t hat / nice /
c made / chicken / with / she / gravy / and / roast / roast / pot at oes /
cl have / I'll / think / to /
c loved / yes, / it / everyone /
f the / eaten / what / delicious / ever / you've / most / meal /
g she / di d / cook / what /
h birthday / eighteent h / mum / t he / it / for / my / was / meal / cooked / my /
5 Now put the sentences in order to make a short conversation.
f 2 3 4
5 6 7 8
'I)' Listen to Track 43 to check your answers.
6 Now answer these questions about yourself.
What was the most delicious meal you've ever eaten?
Who cooked it?
What did that person 'o r people' cook?
"I' Now listen to Track 44 and speak when it's your turn.
•• AVocabulary
Head and face
1 Look at the pict ures and label them with the words in the box. Use a dictionary if necessary.
k ..
L
,pP -..
I ..
I ..
g ..
m ..
a ....
e ..
c ..
cl .
nostril brain
forehead
tongue neck
chin hair
eyeball lips
eyebrow eyelid
teeth ear lobe
eyelashes
2 What part (s) of your head and face do you use to do these things?
a smile ..
b speak
c l augh
cl wi nk
e blink
f think
g hear
h li st en to music
see
smell
k taste
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3 Now test yourself. Look at these pictures. Can you
identify the parts of the head and face?
Write the word .
4 Use one of the words from exercise 3 to complete
thes e sentences.
b m • • • •• • •• • • •••••• •• • •• • • • • •• • • •• ••
d .
a You need your   to bit e somet hing.
b Peop le often wear earr ings on their .
c Yo ur protect your eyes.
d Th e holes in your nose are called .
e Your is at the bottom of your face.
f We use our to kiss.
c ..
g It's very long - I need to cut my .
h The top of your head is called your .
e . L
I.
h .
n .
J .
,
I .
g .
k .
In your Word Bank notebook draw a picture of the
head and face and label all the parts that you know.
Now write all the verbs you know that use parts of
the head and face next to the parts you use.
WORD BANK "
Your are above your eyes.
H you wear contact lenses, yOll wear them in yo ur
k You need your to speak and to ta ste.
I Your head rests on top of your .
m You need your to think .
I too so either nei"theJ
64 UNIT 15: Fum:t:ion"
• BFunctions
Talking about similarities and differences
'I)' 1 Listen to Track 45 and complete the dialogue with the words in the box.
CHARl.ES: I' ve jusr sta rred go ing ro a new gym.
M ARTINA: O h, rea ll y? Me (a) Which gym?
CH ARl.ES: It 's ca lled ' Ge t Fit' .
M ARTI NA: That's my gym (b) I love it.
C HARl.ES: (c) . do I. Bur I don' t like th e trainer.
M ARTINA: (d) do I. He's un fri endl y, bu t I feel great .
C HARl.ES: I don' t. I' ve only been twice.
M ARTII' A: (c) ha ve I. I just don't have th e time.
CH ARl.ES: (f) do I. I'm really bu sy ar work.
M ARTlNA: (g) am I. I ca n' t go to th e gym toda y.
CH ARl.ES: I can' t go (b) I have to work late.
M ARTINA: I need more t ime o ff. I have ro t al k to my bo ss.
CH ARl.ES: (i) do I! If we wa nt to get heal t hy, we'll need ro go to th e gym
mo re than once a wee k!
2 Are these things true for Charles (C) or Martina (M), or both of them? Tick the right columns.
C M C M
a She I He has just sta rted a new gy m.
b Her I His ne w gy m is call ed 'Get Fit'.
c She I He doesn 't like rhe tra iner.
d Sbe I He feels great.
e Sbe I He has bee n to the gym twi ce.
f She I He doesn ' t have eno ugh time to
go to th e gym .
g She I He is rea lly busy ar work.
h She I He ca n' t go to t he gy m today.
She I He needs to talk to her I his boss.
3 Complete the table with the different ways
of talking about similarities.
Affi rmative
I love my gym.
. do I.
I do. .
Me .
I'm very healthy.
....... am I.
I am, ..
Me .
Negati ve
I don't do much exercise.
................. do I.
I don't,
I'm not very fit.
am I.
I'm not,
UNIT 15: Fum:tions 65
4 Complete this conversation with the phrases from the box.
"1") Now listen to Track 46
and check your answers.
Neither do I.
Neither can I.
I do. too.
Me too!
I'm not either.
Ss I.
That's good. Can you give me the name when you've asked her?
Sure . I need to have my eyes tested soon.
(e) Ca ll me tonight , I' m not going out .
(f) .. . I' ll ca ll you around seven .
RICHARD: I need to wear glasses.
AUCF.: (a) Sa da....l I ca n't read the newspap er very well.
RICHARD: (h) It gives me a head ache.
AI.ICE: (c) But I don't know any good opticians.
RICHARD: (d) , but my sister knows one.
AUCE:
RICI'IARD:
AUCE:
RICHARD:
AUCE: OK. Thanks.
5 Look at this information about Maria and Claire and write
appropriate sentences about their simi larities and differences.
a Mor ia's last name is Smith.
b Ciaire is from London.
c Mar ia is a student .
Name:
Age:
OccUpation'
Marital  
HOmetown' .
Address: .
Maria Smith
22
PSychOl
o
Single gy s tUdent
London
15 H'
Igh St , Wimbledon
d Claire is studying med icine.
e Claire isn't ma rried.
f Mori a lives in Wimb ledon .
Name:
Age:
occupation:
Marital status:
Hometown:
Address:
Claire Smith
22
Medical student
Single
London rt Wimbledon
26 Merton c oo ,
6 Now complete this short dial ogue between Maria and Claire.
M ARI A: Hi, my name's Maria Smit h.
CI.AIRE: My na me's Smit h, (a) .
M ARI A: Oh really? Where are you from?
CI.A IRF. : I'm from London.
M ARI A: (b) ! Where do you live?
CLAIRF. : In Wimb ledon.
M AR lA: (c) Ar e you married ?
CI.AIRE: No, I' m (d) .
M ARI A: (e) l. What do you do ?
Cl .AIRE: I' m a st udent.
M AR IA: (f ) What are you studying?
CI.AIRE: Medicine. Are you st udy ing medi cine,
(g) ?
MARIA: No, (h) I'm st udying
psychol ogy.
Listen to Track 47 and speak at the 'beep' .
•• AVocabulary
From strange to amazing
1 Read these paragraphs and put the words in blue into the
word map.
This is a st range creat ure
with two creepy eyes and
four very scary claws. It s
legs are odd and it is very
unusual f or an animal t o
have only three legs.
Alt ogether it looks rather
weird and unbelievable.
Words to describe
things that frighten you
ADJECTIVES
Words to describe things
that are unusual
This is a wonderful car which looks
a lit t le funny, because it only has
t hree wheels, but it has an incredible
shape. The front of t he car looks
fantastic and it is a great colour -
I love turq uoise. It 's an amazing
car which can go very fast.
Words to describe
things that are good
Do you know any
other words that
can go in this
word map?
2 Complete these sentences with a suitable word from exercise 1.
a I' ve just seen a movie. It's a comedy and I laughed a lot.
b That woman is very She wears strange clothes and reads poetry on the bus.
c What a sports car. Does it go very fast ?
d I don't like to be at home alone at night. I find it .
e They say the re are ghosts in that house. It's a place.
f This shop only sells dolls and ga rdening tools. What a shop!
g My grandfat her likes to eat ban ana sandwiches. He's a little .
h Did you see tha t bird? It on ly has one leg and one eye.
What a digital camera ! The pict ures are so clear.
a movie poster for a hor ror film .
UNIT 16: Vocabula<y 67
3 Which of the words in blue in exercise 1 could you use t o describe these things?
a a creature with four hands .
b a person who never ta lks to ot her people .
c a mac hine to travel in time .
d a cemetery (where dead peo ple are buried) .
e a ho use that nobody has lived in for twenty yea rs .
f a space ship . .
g a car .
h
4 Wtite suitable words to descri be the pictures .
5 Write a desc ri ption of one of the pi ctures using at least five
adjectives.
WORD BANK
Make a diagram like this in your Word Bank notebook with all the
words you know for things that are strange, wonderful or both.
68 UNIT 16: Function..
• BFunctions
Paying attention
.1)' 1 Look at these pictures carefully. Then listen to Track 48 and wri1e the numbers 1 - 6 in the boxes.
"I' 2 Listen to track 48 again. Tick the words and expressions you hear.
a Yeah? D
b What happened next? D
c Reall y? D
d Uh-huh. D
c T hen what happened? D
f What di d she say? D
g What ? D
h How weird! D
i That's funny. D
i Right. D
k Th at's impossible! D
I Wow! D
m And? D
n That's weird . D
o That's strange. D
p I see. D
UNIT 16: Fum:t:ions 69
3 Compl ete the chart with words and expressions from exercise 2.
Write a - p.
Things to show the speaker that you are d
paying attention
Asking questions
Reacting to what the speaker says
oQ Complete this dialogue with expressions from the box.
j A:>I E: So, let me tell you abo ut what happened at the airport.
R OBBI E: (a) ... Uh",hvh, .
.l ANE: Well, I arri ved early to check in.
R OBBI E: (b) .
.l ANE: And the n I went to get somet hing to ear.
R OBBIE: (c) .
.J ANE: While I was eat ing a sandwich I heard so meo ne scream!
R OBBI E: (d) .. ..
.l ANE: Well, I ran to where I heard the scream.
R OBBI E: (e) ..
J ANE: And, yo u'll never guess what ?
R OBBI E: (f) .
.l ANE: There was nobod y there.
R OBBI E: (g) .........
Yeah? What happened next?
Really? Uh-huh.
Then what happened?
What did she say? What?
How weird! That' s funny.
Right. That's impossible!
Wow! And? That's weird.
That' s strange. I see.
.l ANE: Well, I looked and looked everywhe re for the person in tr ouble.
R OBBI E: (h) .
.I ,1:>11' : I never found anything. And do you know what was the wor st th ing?
R OBBI E: (i) .
j A:>I E: I missed the plane, because I was look ing for the person who
screamed.
R OBBIE: (j) .
"I") Now listen to Track 49 and compare your answers.
"I") 5 Listen to the story on Track 50 and reply as Robble.
AUDIO!iCRIPY!i
Track 1
SON1A: SO which is better, then, Fra n, Marbclla or
Dublin?
FRAN: Ma rbellu, defin itely. It's mo re relaxi ng, and it 's
cheaper! And it' s got lovely beaches.
sON1A: Rut w e always go to t he beach. I'd rather do
something differ ent th is year. Somet hing more
interes t ing. Like a cit y. Like Dublin.
FRAN: There's a pro blem, then, Sonia.
SONIA: Oh? What's that?
FRAN: Because I like beac hes. Well, I like beac hes bet ter
t han cities, anyway. And Marbella is sunnier too.
And it always ra ins in Ireland , you know, Son ia.
SONIA: No, it doesn't. And an ywa y, ra in or no rain,
t he re's more to do in Dublin.
FRAN: Like what? Museums and things like t hat? I' d
rather stay here in London !
SONIA: OK t hen. Ynu gn to t he beach and I' ll go to
Dub lin. How's t hat ?
FRAN: Oh, all right. You win. This ti me. But no
mu seums and no walking aro und in the rain !
Track ~
S:\:-'1; Which packa ge is better, then ?
JACK: Ob, Package 3, defi ni tel y. It 's chea pe r! Which do
you prefer ?
S A ~ [   Me? I pr efer Package I. It sounds much nicer.
JACK: But it 's mo re ex pensive and sho rte r. An yway, I
prefe r su mme r ho lida ys to winter holidays.
SAi\ I : But t he slimme r is nice her e, to o. I' d rat her go in
December, wh en it's dark and cold here .
JACK: OK, yOll wi n. Bur t hat's th e only holiday we can
ta ke in t he wh ole year t hen. Would yo u rather have
just one holiday, o r two? Think a bout it .
SA\I : O h. Maybe J ul y is not so bad after all .. .
Track 3
Ll 5A: What 's up, Maggie ?
r-. 1AGGIE: Uh? O h, I need to rel ax. Got any ideas?
USA: Yes. Tr y exercise.
MAGGIE: Exerc ise?
USA: Yeah . Go to a gym or somet hi ng.
J\!t\GGIE: No t hanks. 1 do n' t like exe rcise.
USA: O K, t he n. How about aromathe ra py ?
.\IA(;(;I E: Wha t's t hat exac tly?
USA: It's a mixture of oils and smel ls and massage. Very,
very rel axin g.
MAGGI E: Massage? That' s not for me, I'm a fra id.
U SA: You ARE difficult Maggie.
,\ 1A(;GIE: Sorr y!
USA: I know. You ca n close yo ur eyes and co unt shee p.
Slowly.
M:\ GGI E: How ma ny shee p?
U SA: You could co unt up to, say, 33,78 1.
,\-IAGG IE: Thirt y t hr ee t ho usa nd , seve n hund red . ..
USA: Maggie? Maggie . .. ha ha .
Track 4
ROB: H i Leyla ! You don' t look too happ y. Pro blems?
LEYLA: I have exams next wee k and I do n' t know
an yth ing! What can I do to pa ss?
BEEP
LEYLA: Yeah, I looked at t hem but it doesn't help.
HEE!'
LEYLA: Hmm, yes. But what a bo ut mat hs ? I don' t
und er stand anyt hing! Got any ideas?
BEEP
lEYLA: Yo u're right. Let 's forge t a bout exams . Do you
want to listen to my new J-Lo reco rd ?
Track 5
TV AN NOUNCER: Next on 5 it' s 'Soa p Ti me' wit h ' The
Rich Cry Too' .
J ANE: Do you wa nt to go o ut fo r a pizza ?
L1SA: What, now? I can' t. 'The Rich Cry Too' is a bour to
begin. Don't yo u watch it ?
JANE: I hate soaps. They're silly sto ries.
USA: Well, I do n't ag ree . I thi nk t hey're rea lly exciting.
They' re my favo ur ite programmes!
JANE: You're joking ! Soap operas arc fo r peopl e who
ha ve nothing bett er to do.
L1SA: No they' re not. Oh, Shhhhh. It's a bo ut to start .
WO,\lAN I : Danny was on the gr ound, bleeding and 1 . ..
WO MAN 2: But yo u wer en ' t to blame . ..
WO,\ lAN I : No, bur .. . we ll, yes . .. but now I' m going to
take th is back to him .. .
JANE: Wow! Oh no ! What's she doing? Actu ally, t his is
exc iti ng!
L1SA: Hmmm . Wha t do you th ink of soa ps now, eh?
Track 6
a
Well, wha t did you thin k abo ut t he film?
Terrific! Reall y fant ast ic.
b
\X' har do you think of news programmes ?
I thin k they' re terrib le. They're rea lly bor ing.
c
What did you think of the new CD?
It's grc..u! The Scissor Sisters a rc like - well, they're
gre at !
d
Isn' t this video great ?
Do you really think so? I think it's awful.
Track 7
LOUISE: What do you thi nk of doc umentaries ?
  I think they' re boring.
LO UI SE: Do you really think so?
  Yes, don't you?
LOUISE: No. I think they' re int erest ing. \'Vell, sometimes.
DA\IIAN: I thi nk you 're right . Only sometimes. I hare
documentaries about animals, for example.
LOUISE: Oops! I bought yOll a DVD a bou t birds for your
birthday.
  You're joki ng!
LOUISE: No. I reall y did .
DA:'-.lI AN: Oh, well , birds are fine. Birds ar c good.
Actua lly, I love bi rds!
Track B
FRED: \X'har arc you doing, Bella ?
BELLA: Looking for a job.
fREt>: Any luck ?
BELL.-\: Nab, the re is nothi ng I fancy.
FRED: Th ere must be something. Let' s have a look .. .
This sounds fun. Th ey'r e looki ng for so meone to
help out at the Animal Shelter.
BELLA: Th at 's not for me. 1' 111 nor keen on animals.
FRED: Are n' t you? I love anima ls. Anyway, how about
this? They're looking for someo ne at the ham burger
plac e.
BEl.l.A: I can't stand fast food places. Can you imagine
making hamburger s all day? What a horrible job !
fRED: All right then, how a bout ba bysitri ng. Here's
so meone looking for a bab ysitt er.
I3 ELLA: Well, I don't mind children. Bur look at the
money. It 's peanuts!
FRED: It's not that bad . Do you know, I like children,
too. I'm pretty good wit h them. I thi nk I'll ca ll this
person .
HELl .A: Hey, that's not fair! I see the ad and you take the
job.
FRED: Not hing's fair, Bella!
AUDlDS[RIPTS 71
Track 9
.\tAX : I am th inking of teaching after college. Bur I'm not
sure.
.\tOLLY: Teac hi ng? You? But you don ' t like chi ldren.
.\ tAX: I'm nor very keen on them. But I don't hat e them.
Actu ally, I don't reall y mind children - for a short
time!
.\ t OLLY: I love litt le children but I can't stand big gro ups.
I fancy a job teaching small groups.
.\lAX: Oh no, that's not for me. I want to get a
temporary job to see if I like it.
.\tOL. I.Y: That's a good idea.
Track 10
INTERVIEWER: How do yOll feel about chi ldren?
BEEI'
INTERVIEWER: Righ t. Now, te ll me two t hings yOll like
about teac hing.
BEEI'
INTERVIEWER: And two things you definitel y don't like?
BEEP
INTERVIEWER: SO, do you think teaching is right for you?
BEEP
Track 11
KIM : \X!hat t ime sha ll we meet, Max?
.\ IAX: I co uld be there by ab out 11.
K!.\l : OK, where do yOll suggest ?
.\IAX: \X!ell, Kim, I could wait at the top of the escal ator,
you know, by the entrance.
  I' ve got a better idea. How ab out under the clock
by platform 3?
.\ IAX: OK. Th at so unds good. Eleven o'clock it is then.
Under the clock.
K1.\I: Fine. See you there.
Track 12
JAC KlE: Where's the best place to meet?
SAr-.:UY: Where do you suggest ?
JACJ-.:IF. : \X!hy don' t we meer at Cafe Commons?
SANUY: OK. \X!hat time?
JACKIE: Hm m. How about 7.30?
SA;..l DY: Th at so unds great .
JACKIE: OK. 7.30 it is, then.
SANDY: See you there.
Track 13
BEEr
.\IAYA: Let' s say 6 o'clock.
BEEP
.\IAYA: \Y,/e could meet at the bus stop.
BEEP
.\ IAYA: OK . Good idea . \X!e' lI meet at the restaurant.
72 AUIlIOS[RIPTS
BEEP
MAYA: See you there .
Track 14
a \X'har's your name?
b \X1hcn we re yo u horn?
c Are you ma rried ?
d Arc yo ur gra ndpa rents still living?
c Are yo u keen 0 11 anyone in pa rticula r ?
f At what age did you start school?
Track 15
ANNE: I remember something that happened at school
once. I got int o a lot of tro uble - and so did my
friend l.ucy, We had a history exa m the next J ay, so
wc stayed lip all night to study. We wanted to get
good grades. Well we wanted to pass anyway.
NINA: That so unds fami liar.
r\l'·' NE: Anyway, so wc talked, watc hed a video, had a
good rime. But we didn't st udy. Of course, in the
morning, we were really worried. We didn't know
any history! \Vc were going to fail rhe exam .
NINA: I know the feeling. So what did you do?
AN NE: Well, wc deci de d not to go to the exa m and to
make up an exc use for the teacher.
NI NA: Uh, oh.
AN NE: Wait, I spoke to the teacher, looking really sad
and told him: 'Oh, I'm really sorry, sir. But I couldn't
come to the exa m because. sadly, my grandmot her
died:
NINA: Did he believe you?
ANNE: Yes, he did! He was very sympathetic, really nice.
So I thought ' phew' ! But then, Lucy came in, crying,
and said 'I'm sorry I missed my exam. My
grandmot her died!' And he said ' Your gra ndmot her
died too !' And then he realised!
NINA: Oh, no! Didn 't you plan your stories beforehand?
I\ NNE: No , we never rhought of tha t!
NINA: How stupid ! So, what ha ppened t hen?
ANt"E: \Vell, of course, rhe school phoned my parents, I
was grounded for monrhs. I had to go st raight back
home when school finished. Bur my gra ndmother
t hought it was all pretty funny.
Track 16
ALEX: I did something really st upid.
HERNIE: Let me guess ! You lost your mob ile phone
again, right?
AI.EX: No, no. I' m seeing Paula tonight, righr? So I
bought her some flowers .
BER!\:IE : That's nice.
AI. EX: Yeah. Bur I put the flowers on t he roof of the ca r,
you know, to ope n rhe doo r.
BERNII': Uh, oh.
AI.EX: And I drove away with the flowers on t he roof.
Now I reel reall y st upid.
nERNIE: I know the feeling. So, buy her more flowers.
M,EX: I don' t have mone y for t he cinema anJ more
flowers.
I\ ERNIE: That sounds familiar!
Track 17
AI.EX: I did something really stupid.
BEEP
AI.EX: No, no. I' m seeing Paula tonight, right? So I
bought her some flowers.
HEEl'
ALEX : Yeah. But I put the flowers on the roof of the car,
y O ll know, to open the door.
nEEl'
AL EX: And I drove away wirh t he flowers on the roof.
Now I fecI really stupid.
UEE)l
AJ.EX: I don't have money for the cinema and more
flowers.
HEEl'
Tl'"ack 18
CIRL 1: I did something really srupid.
CIR!. 2: Let me guess! You lost your glasses agai n.
GIRL I : No. I bought a cake for my sister's birt hday.
GIRL 2: That 's kind.
GIRL J: But I put it on my chair and I sat on ir!
GI RL 2: How stupid! Buy her another cake!
GI RL 1: I haven't gor any mor e money !
GI Rl. 2: I know the feeling!
Tr ack 19
MATr: Hi Liz.
uz: Hi Matt .
;\tATT: Would you like to come rowing?
L1Z: Rowing?
~ I   n Yeah. Rowing. You know. In a boat.
uz. Of course I know 'in a boat' . Ir's just that, well, you
have a broken arm.
;\ I ,\n': You're right! That's why I t hought you could do
the act ual rowing.
uz: Oh no.
MAlT: No? Why not ?
I.I z: I'm not crazy about rowing, actua lly. I' m not very
good at it.
.\I ATT: Oh, right. Well, how about a walk?
L1 Z: I' m a bit tired.
MATT: Or a coffee?
L1 Z: Now you're talking!
Track 2D
J A.\ ll E: Hey, Nar, Would you like to come bowling?
Nt\T: Bowling? I' d love to, j amie, but I can' t . I have to
wo rk.
Jt\ ,\If E: Oh well. Perh aps an other day ?
N,\ T: Yeah. Per hap s.
SUE: Hi, Sam. Do you fancy going to the cinema ?
SAM: Hmm. I' m nor sure, Sue. I went to the cinema on
Saturday.
SUE: How ab out a pizza then?
S,\ :\I : Th at would be great. I'm real ly hungry.
TRI CI A: Wou ld you like to come to dinner to night ,
Mike?
" t1KE: I'd rather not , Tricia. I have to get up earl y
tomorrow.
TRI CI A: How a bout Frida y then?
,\ ll KE: I'm not reall y sure . Ca ll me tomorrow, OK?
TRICIA: OK.
Track 21
HEEl'
,\ I I KE: A dance? Well, I don't rea lly like da ncing.
BEEI'
:-' lIKE: I'd love to, but I' m busy on Tuesday.
BEEI'
,\ ll KE: Now you 'r e ta lking! Ever ybody says you' re a
great cook!
Track 22
Co nversation
WII.I.IAM: Did you bring that book I lent you, Karie?
KATI E: Oh, the book! I' m sorry, William. I for got !
\X'I l.UA,\I: Don 't worry about it . You can give it to me
tomorr ow.
Conversation 2
MAN I : Watch out ! You' re spilling your drink 0 11 my
foot !
MAN 2: Ooops! Sorry !
;"IAN 1: Tha t's OK. J ust be a bit more careful.
Conversation 3
TEACH ER: Good morning, Jo hnson. Good of you to join
us.
JOHNSON : I'm sorry Mrs GorJon!
TEACHER: Well, that 's the t hird time th is week, you
know ?
JOHNSON: I apo logise. It won't happen again.
TEACHER: Apology accepted. Now, please can I have
your essay?
JO H:"lSON: Essay? .. er .. . Oh, the essay.
Sor ry, I . . . UIll . • .
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Convers ation 4
SHARON: Mum! I wait ed for hou rs in the rain and you
never turned up!
" IVM : I' m really sorry you waited so long, Shnron .
S H   R O ~ \'Vell it wa sn't much fun. Why didn't you ring?
:\IUM : I tri ed to ring bur your mobile wa s busy. You sec,
the ca r brok e down. It was n' t muc h fun for me
either !
SHARON: I' m sorry, mum . I didn't mean to upset you.
.\ 1U:\l : I'm no t upset.
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a
.\ t AN: You 're late !
\X
1
0 :\IAN: Sorry !
.\ IAN: Well, we sai d 8 o'clock and it 's 8.45 IlOW.
WO:-'l Al\': I know. I' m sorry you wa ited so long.
" -IAN: It wa sn't much fun, you kno w?
WOMAN: I said I' m sorry. I lost my laprop , Th at's why
I' m late.
"-lAN: Oh, I' m really sorry. I didn't mean to upset you.
Listen, do you sti ll want to see t he film?
b
WO.\I AN: Good afternoon, Mr Rice. I apologise for being
late.
.\t AN : Yes, I see your appoint ment was at four.
WO :\IAN : I'm sorry. Th ere wa s a lot of traffic.
MAN: Well, never mind. Now, open wide please.
WOMAN : Ouch!
i' vIAN: Oops, sorry. Did that hurt ?
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.\ tAN: You're lat e!
BEEP
"-lAN: Well, we said 8 o' clock and it's 8.45 !1OW.
HEEl'
M:\ N: It wa sn't much fun, you know?
HEEl'
M AN : Oh, I' m rea lly sorry. I didn't mean to upset you.
Listen, do you still wa nt to see the film?
Track 2S
a
SUE: Hell o.
HARRY: Hi Sue. It's Harry. Is Mil ly there?
SUE: No , she's out . Do you want me to say you called?
HARRY: No, t hat's OK. I' ll call her late r.
SUE: OK. See you.
HARR'{: Bye.
b
OP ERATOR: Hello, Language Cent re. Can I help you?
HARRY: Could you pur me through to Mr Rose?
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OPERATOR: I' m so rry. The line is busy. Wo uld you like to
hold ?
HARRY: Yes. I' ll ho ld.
OPERATOR: Sorry to keep you waiting. The line is st ill
engaged. Can I take a message?
HARRY: Yes. Co uld you tell Mr Rose that Ha rry Parker
ca lled? It's a bo ut his DVD pla yer.
OPERATOR: Of co urse.
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SHOP: Hello. Best Electroni cs. Can I help you ?
you: Could you pm me through to the ma nager ?
SHO P: Who's calling please?
YOll: Thi s is Marcial Lopez.
suor: Sorry, his line' s engaged.
YoU: Could yo u rake a me ssage, please ?
Si lO I': Sure.
YOU: Plea se tell him th at I bo ugh t an M P3 pl a yer a t
YOUT shop. It doe sn't wo rk and I wa nt my money
hack. Ca n you ask him to phone me 0 11 34560748?
2
STEVE'S SIST ER: Hello ?
CII IUS: Hi , it 's Chris . Is Stcvc there?
ST EVE'S SIST ER: No. He's out. Do yO ll wa nt hi m to
phone yOll back?
C1IR IS: Ca n you tell him I wa nt th e ga me I lent him
hack?
ST EVE'S SISTER: Oh, her e he is. You ca n tell him your sel f.
CIl RI\i: Hi Stcvc. It 's Chr is. Liste n, ca n I have my ga me
ha ck?
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BEEI'
FRANCES: Hi. Thi s is Fra nccs . Can J spea k to Ca rmen,
please?
BEEI'
FRANCES: When will she be hack?
BEEI'
FRANCES: Yes, please. Tell her Fra nces ca lled. Ca n she
meet me o uts ide the cinema a t 8.30, not at 8. I ca n't
he th er e ea rlier.
nEEI'
FRANCES: That's right. Who's spea king please?
HEEl'
f RANCE' : OK. Thanks for your hel p. Bye.
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JANE: I just want to say t ha nk yo u.
Ct\ RI. : You're welcome.
J ANE: No rea lly. You sa ved my life.
CA RI.: It wa s nothing.
J ANE: No reall y. Thanks to yo u it was a grea t success.
Cel Rl.: Well, that's a relief.
JA!'JE : Seriousl y, th a nk yo u for eve ryt hing.
CARl : Sure.
Track 29
YOUNG .\ IAN: It's just wh at I wan ted.
GIL\ND.\ IA: I'm glad yo u like if.
2
YOU:-':G .\ IA:": Thank yo u for all your help.
YOU;":G \'1:'0.\1'\;-.1 : You're welcome.
3
'X'O.\IAI' : Thanks to you th e party was a great success.
OLD   It was a pleasure.
4
YOUNG WO.\ IAN: Thanks so mu ch for helping me wi t h
my homework.
OLD ER .\lAN: No problem.
S
T ha nk s a lot for dinner.
.\ lAN: Don' t ment ion it.
Track 30
a
BEEP
YOUR FRIEND: You're welcome.
b
YOUR FRIEND: T hanks so much for th e great DVD.
I love it .
I\ EEI'
C
BEEP
YOUR BROT HER : No problem .
cl
nE EI'
YOU R .\10THER: I'm so glad yo u liked it.
Track 31
a It was awful. So boring. It wa s slo w a nd reall y
romanti c a nd I d idn ' t find it enjoya ble a t all.
b Wow! \X'ha t a great mo vie - it ha d lot s o f act ion a nd
I found it so enjoya ble. It wa s reall y good fun
watching th e ca rs racin g t hro ugh t he streets of a la rge
city.
c It was so sca ry! I had to close my eyes most o f th e
t ime. Ther e wer e th ese people killing ot he r people - it
was so violent .
cl I loved it! It wa s so fun ny - I la ughed fro m beginni ng
to end. These movies are so enjoyable. I wish t here
were mo re movies like th is onc.
T,ack 32
a Have yo u seen ' Da ys of Lau ghter ' ?
HEEl'
b Have you seen ' Night of the Zombie Killers' ?
UEEP
c Have you seen ' The Long Hot Summer'?
BEEP
d Have you seen ' The New York Race' ?
BEEP
Track 33
\'('O.\I,\:,\:: Ans Cinema. Ca n I help you ?
.\1A:'\:: Yes please. I' d like some tickets for ' The Cuba
fil e' , please. For today.
\'('O.\ I:\:,\:: OK. \X' hat time do you want to see the film?
.\I:\S: Six twenty.
\'('0.\ 1.-\:": And how many t icket s would you like?
.\I :\S: Two, please.
\'('0.\ 1.-\;-': : \Vhere would you like to sit?
.\I:\S: Could we have an a isle seat at the back?
\'I:'O.\ IA:-':: Yes, I think I ca n do that. Ca n you give me
your credit card number ?
.\ IAN: Sure . It's 4552 .
\X' O.\ IAN: OK sir, the payment's gone through. Come
along t 5 minutes before the perfor mance sta rts and
your ticket s will be here.
.\I AN: Great.
\'('O.\I AN: Is t her e anything else I can do for you.
.\IA N: No thanks, t hat's all. Goodbye.
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.\ I AN : Murray's Restaurant here.
W" \l AN: Hello. I' d like to book a ta ble, please.
.\ IAN: Cert ainly. \Vhat day is t hat for?
\\;'O.\ IAN: Next \'Vedn esday, please.
.\I AS : Sure. And how many people is that for?
\'('O.\ IAS: Ju st for two.
.\ IA:'\': Two peopl e on \'Vednesday. OK, and what time
were you think ing of?
\\;' O.\I AI" : 8 o' clock.
  8 pm. Right. And what's your name?
\\;'O.\I.-\I": Jenn ifer Heal ey,
.\ IAS: OK, Ms Heal ey, Next Wednesday at 8 o'clock,
table for two.
WO.\ I.-\!': : Thank you very much.
RECEPTIONIST: The Garden Hot el. Ca n I hel p you?
.\ tAN: Yes, I' d like a room for two night s, please.
RECFPTlOI"IST: Two nights? Is that for to night?
.\ I AS: Yes, to night and tomorrow night.
RECEPTI" "'I ST: I'm af ra id the hotel is full ton ight.
.\IA:-.;' : Oh dear. \Vhat about tomorrow?
RECEPTIONi ST: \'Ve have one room avai lab le tomo rrow.
t-oIA N: OK, can I book that room, plea se?
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RECEPTION IST: Cert ainly sir. Call I have your credit card
number?
M AN: Yes. It's 6475 7564 .. ..
Track 35
.\ IAI': : Murray's Restaurant here.
KEEP
.\ IA:":: Cert ainly. \'Vhat da y is that for?
BEEP
  Sur e. And how many peop le is that for?
BHP
.\IAN: OK, an d what time were you th ink ing of?
BEEP
.\ IAN: Right . And what's your name?
BHP
.\IA!"': OK. Your tab le is booked.
BHI'
Th e Gar den Hotel. Can I help you?
BHI'
RECEPTI ONI ST: Is that for ronigb r?
nEE!'
RECEPTIONIST: I'm afrai d the hot el is full tonight .
HEEl'
RECEPTIONIST: We have one room availabl e to morrow.
I\ FTI'
RECEPTI ONIST: Certa inly sir. Can I have your credit card
number.
BEEP
Track 36
a
\Vhy don' t you let me carry your bags?
They are very heavy. Thanks.
b
I do n't think I can reach the butt on .
Allow me. I' ll press it for you.
c
\'Vould you like some help wit h your homework?
No, t hanks. I can do it by myself.
d
Ca n I help you to finish those forms ?
Than ks. I need to get home ea rly to night .
e
Shall I make you something to ea t ?
Don't worry ab out it . I'm fine. I arc about an hour ago .
Track 37
Co nversation a
Would you like me to help you with di nner?
.\ IAN: Thanks. That would be grea t. Can you chop th ose
onion s?
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Conversation b
YOUNC You look tired. H o w about if I mak e yo u
a nice Clip of rea ?
0 1 () I.:\J)Y: T hanks, dea r, bur I'm fine. I'll have some
rea later.
Conversat ion c
01 n I can' t ope n thi s door.
YO U;\<.. Allow me. It is very heavy.
Conversation cl
yotJi':(;   .. \S' : Why don't you do th e first pan of the
reading and I'll do the seco nd parr, so we save time?
vou:«: \\:\;-..: : Sure. 1['5 about 100 pages a ltoge ther.
Conversation e
YOU;-';C \,\'0\1.\:-': : Ca n I help you to do the sho pping?
OLD \,\'0\1:\:" : Don't wo rr y about it. I onl y need to get
a few things.
Tn>ek 38
a DAD : \X'ould you like me to help you, son?
HEEl'
1>..11> : Oh, OK.
h YOUN(; Wow! What a mess! How a bout if wc
help you to get the room rea dy?
HEF!'
YOUN(j ,\ IAN: Right . OK.
Track 39
RAUIEI. : Wha t arc yOll going to do when you lenvc
school?
j AKF. : I'm going to study criminology at university.
RAC I-lEI.: Criminology? What's that?
j AKE: Oh , it's the study of all things connected with
crime an d criminals.
KAC HFL: Oh, that sounds int erest ing. So are you going
to be someo ne who goes to court ? \'Vhat do you call
it?
j:\ KE: A bar rist er ?
R:\UIH: Oh yes, that 's it. A barri ster.
j:\KE: No , I'm not going to be a barri ster. I'm goi ng to
be a crimino logy teacher. \X' hat about you? \X'hat ar c
you go ing to study ?
RACIIH: I'm nor sure yet.
Track 411
KRISTINA: Ellic, what does ' talent' mean?
EU IE: Oh, it means something that you are good at.
KRlSTlNA: OK, I understand. Like I hav e a talent for
singing?
I' L. UI': That's right.
KKlSTINA: And what do you ca ll it when you like doing
so mething, even if you are not good at it ?
EI. UE: You mean, like a hobby?
K1USTl NA: Yes, a hobby.
ELLlE: Usua lly peo ple who have hobbi es have some kind
of ab ility for the thi ng they like to do, but not
always.
KRISTlNA: \'Vhat do you mean by ' ability'?
ELl.IE: Ability means being able to do something, like an
act ivity.
KRISTlK-\ : Acti vit y? \'Vhat 's tha t ?
El.L1F.: An activity is so mething you do.
t\R ISTlNA: \''lo\'.:! I need a dict ionar y. Then I co uld find
these words for mysel f. How do you say "find our
somet hing for yourself?
HUE: Discover, Yes, I think you need a dict ionar y,
Krist ina.
Track 41
ABBY: I reall y don't like parti es.
BEEP
CIIRIS: Shy? Are you shy?
BEEI'
CI-IRIS: You mean , it frightens yOll.
BEEI'
CH RIS: That's strange, becau se you' re very popula r.
BEEP
CH R1S: It 's when a lot of peopl e like you.
BEEP
onus: Oh, you mea n whe n people pay you a lot of
attention .
BEEI'
Track
:\:\'I'E: Can I as k you something?
CATH: Sure.
A!'NE: \'Vhat' s the best film you've ever seen?
CATH: That's diffi cult.
ANNE: Sorr y.
ClTH: No, that's all right. The hest film? I think it's The
Usual Suspects. I saw it on TV last week. Wh at
a bout you?
ANNE: That's easy. Jaws. You know, th e o ne with the
great wh ite shark.
CATH: Yes, I liked that too.
ANS'E: I've seen it about fiftee n times!
Track 43
IAY:--': E: What's the most deli cious meal you 've ever
eaten?
I>AVJ[) : I'll have to think.
j AYK E: Ta ke your time.
DAVlf) : It was the mea l my mum cooked for my
eighteent h birth day.
j AYNE: What did she cook ?
DAVID: She mad e roast chicken wit h roa st poratoes and
gravy.
j AY NE: That sounds nice.
IMVJI) : Yes, everyone loved it!
Track 44
w0 1\ lAN: \X!hi.H was th e most deli cio us mea l you' ve ever
ea te n?
HEEl'
1\ IAN: \'<'110 cooked it?
BEEP
MAN: \'<'ha t did t ha t perso n "o r peopl e' cook?
BEEP
T.-ack 45
CHARLES: I' ve just sta rred go ing to a new gym.
MARTlNA: Oh, reall y? Me too. Which gym?
CHARLES: It's ca lled ' Get Fit ' .
1\ IARTINA: That 's my gym too. 1 love ir.
CIIARLES: SO do I. But I don't like t he tra iner.
.'vlARTINA: Neit her do I. He's unfriendly, but I feel great .
CHARI.ES: r don't. I' ve onl y been twice.
;,\ IARTINt\: SO have I. I just do n't have t he ti me .
CHARLES : Ne it her do I. I'm real ly bu sy at work .
~ I   R T l N   So a m I. I ca n' t go to the gym toda y.
CHARLES : I ca n't go eit her. I have to work late.
.\IARTlNA: I need more t ime off. I ha ve to ta lk to my
boss.
CI IARLES : SO do I! If we want to get healthy, we' ll need
to go to th e gym more t han once a we ek!
Track 46
RI CHARD: I need to wear glass es.
AUCE: SO do 1. I ca n' t read th e newspaper ver y well.
RI CHARD: Ne it her ca n I. It gi ves me a headache .
ALlCE: Me too! Bur I don't know a ny good opt icians.
RICHARD: Neit he r do I, but my siste r knows on e.
ALlCE: T hat's good. Can you give me th e name whe n
yo u' ve as ked her?
RI CHARD: Sure. I need to ha ve my eyes tested soon.
ALlCE: I do, too. Call me tonigh t, I' m not going o ur.
RI CHARD: I'm not eit her. I' ll ca ll yo u around seven.
ALlC E: OK. Thanks.
T.-ack 47
~ I   R I   Hi, my name's Maria Smith.
BEEP
:YIARI A: Oh really? Wher e are you from?
BEEP
\ -IA RIA : NIe to o ! Where do yo u live?
BEEP
.\tARIA: So do I. Are you married ?
BEEI'
.\ IARIA: Ne it her a m L What do you do?
BEEP
,\ lARIA: I'm a st udent, too. What a re yo u stu dying?
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BEEI'
MARIA: No, I' m not. I'm st udy ing psych ol ogy.
Track 48
JACKlE: Remember r told yo u t hat so mething st ra nge
once happened to mc?
RONNIE: Yes, I remember. \'(Ihat is it ?
j ACKI E: Well .. . It happened abour two yea rs ago. I went
our fo r the nig ht and I got home late.
RONNIE: Uh-huh.
j ACKIE: Well, as I was go ing up th e stairs r hea rd our
dog, Rex, barking.
RONNIE: Yeah?
JACKlE: I was sur prised becau se he'd been really sick.
RONNIE: That ' s stran ge.
JACKlE: So, an yway, I went to bed and in th e night I
hea rd him in my room.
RONNI E: And how d id he seem?
JACKlE: He seeme d fine, just like hi s old self, so I felt
really happy.
RONNIE: SOwhat happened then ?
JACKlE: Well, I woke up in t he morning a nd I looked out
of the window, and I Si.1 W him pla ying and th en he
d isa ppeared into some bushes.
RONNIE: Then wh at happened?
JACKlE: So th en I went downstai rs a nd gave him some
food because hi s bowl was empty.
RONNIE: Right.
j AC" IE: J ust as I wa s ha ving br eakfast t he phone ra ng
and it wa s my mother. " Whe re a re you?", I said.
"Rex is much better now, bur wh en I go t up t here
was no food in his bowl." And, yo u' ll never guess
what she sai d ...
RONNIE: What ? What did she say'
j ACKIE: She sa id, "What a re you talking a bout ? We'r e at
th e vet 's surge ry a nd Rex ha s just died. "
RONNIE: That's impossibl e!
.J ACK lE: So I argued with her and t hen ran to find Rex.
RONNIE: And?
.l ,\ CKI E: He was gone. The house wa s empt y and he
wasn't outside eit her.
RONNIE: Wow! That's weir d.
Track 49
.lANE: SO, let me tell you about what happen ed a t th e
airport.
ROBB IE: Uh-huh.
j ANE: Well, I arrived ea rly to chec k in.
ROB BlE: Right .
.l ANE: And then I went to get so met hing to ea t .
KOBBI E: Uh-huh .
j ANE: While I wa s ea t ing a sa ndwich I heard so meone
screa rn!
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ROHIUE: T hen what ha ppened?
J:\ NF: \Vell. I ran to where I heard t he scream.
ROlmI E: Yeah?
JASE: And, you'll never guess what ?
ROB HIE: Wha t?
J Ai\'F : T here was nobod y there .
ROBB IF: That 's we ird ! \X! har happened next ?
j .. ,,, , : Wel l, I looked and looked eve ryw here fo r t he
person in rrouble.
ROBIUF.: And?
.lANE: I never found anything. And do yo u know wh at
was the worst thing?
ROBIHE: \'Vha t ?
.IA:":E: I missed t he plane, because I was looking for the
person who screa med.
RUBBlE : \X'O\\' !
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.lANE: SO, let me tell you a bour what happened at t he
ai rpo rt .
BH P
JANE: Well, I arrived ea rly to check in.
HEEl'
l ANE: And then I went to get somet hi ng to eat .
HFU'
It\ NE: Whi le I was ea ting a sa ndwich I heard
someone scream!
BEEI'
J AN E: \Vell, I ra n to where I heard the scream.
BEEP
j ANE: And, you' ll never guess what!
BEEP
j A:-J E: There was nobod y the re.
BEEI'
JA"E: Well, I looked and loo ked everywhere for the
person in tr oubl e.
BEEI'
jA:--:E: I never foun d anyt hing. And do you know what
was the wo rst thing?
BHP
jANE: I missed the plane, beca use I was looking for the
person who screa med.
BEEI'
Answer keg
Unit 1
Vocabulary
1 ;. 1 pos t office b car hire c cash dispenser
cl police sta tion c t ra vel agent f pet ro l sra ion
g shoppi ng cent re h bus stop
2 a phone box b car park c road signs
cl tea bag c traffi c lights f let ter box
g undergro und stat ion h cricke t mat ch
3 a a phrase book b a hotel room C a sun hat
cl sun glasses c a pocket calc ulato r
f a sleeping bag g a guide boo k
h a video camera
4 a a book shop b a chicken sandwich
c a music sho p cl a frui t cake
c a chocolate biscu it f a rea cup g ana rmchai r
h a newspape r i a car pa rk i a concert ticket
Functions
Background informa tion
Mar bella is a seaside town on the sout h coast of Spain.
It is a very pop ular destin ation for Europea ns seeking
sunsh ine a nd beaches. Dublin is t he cap ita l of t he Irish
Rep ub lic. It is a cos mopol ita n city a nd it has many
museums, ga ller ies and other places of interest.
2 Samp le a nswe rs:
Fran, Pict ur e A: she likes lying on t he beach.
Sonia: Picture B: she likes sightseei ng and lea rning
about different cultures.
3 a rela xing b chea per c interest ing cl sunnie r
4 a Dublin
b You win.
S Asking about pr eferences:
50 which is better, t hen ?
Wha t's that?
Expressing prefere nces :
..... def initely.
I'd rat her . .. .
I like .
1 like bette r t ha n ....
6 a \X!h ich do you prefer? b I pr efer
c I'd rat her d Wo uld you rather
Unit 2
Vocabulary
1 Sample answers:
;. 1 a bowl of soup
h a slice of brea d
c a cup of rea
d a drop of lemon juice
c a jug of or ange juice
a pinch of sa lt
g a spoonful of suga r
h a glass of milk
2 a piece - of fur niture, of ho mework, of advice, of
infor mat ion, of clot hing, of news.
3 a pieces of homework b piece of news
c piece of furn it ure cl piece of ad vice
e piece of informat ion f piece of clothi ng
4 a a bowl of sou p
b a cu p of tea
c a drop of lemon juice
d a slice of brea d
c a glass of orange juice
f a bowl of ice cream
g a t ab lespoon of cream
Functions
a, e, d, b, c
2 a gym b oils c massage d eyes c sheep f sheep
3 Got any ideas? How about ... ? You call ...
You could ... Try ...
4 Sample answers:
a Try a cup of wa rm milk before bed. b How about
not eat ing t oo much at night ? c Try not to wat ch
television in bed. cl You co uld listen to some relaxing
music. e How a bou t havi ng a long ho t bat h?
You can go for a short wa lk.
S a Try studyi ng your notes.
b You can / co uld do some of the practice quest ions,
too.
c You can !could do some of t he exercises in the
book.
6 a Wha t can I do
b Try
c can do
d Got any
c could
Unit: 3
Vocabulary
a read a comic I a magazine I a news paper I a report I
the wea t her forecast in t he paper
b watch a pr ogramme I t he news I a report I the
wea t her
forecast 0 11 television
c listen to a pr ogra mme I the news I a report I t he
weat her forecast on the ra dio
2 doc umenta ry e
soap oper a a
ca rto on h
game show c
news c
reality show d
sitcom (sho rt for sirua ticna l co medy ) g
ta lk show f
80 Answer key
.3 Radio: progr amme, station, present er,
newsreader, disc jockey
Televisio n: programme, cha nnel, presenter,
reporter, news reader, DJ, sta tio n
News papers and magazines: art icle, headline,
journalist
.. Suggested answers
a \'\Iel l, you could read a newspaper, or listen to the
news .
b \'Vell, yOll could/can read a magazi ne.
c \'\1ell, you canlcould watch television or read a
comic.
cl \Vell. you canlcould watch a film or read a
magazi ne/book.
c \'('ell, yOll can/could listen to/wat ch t he weat her
forecast.
f \Vell, you ca nlco uld watch television , or read a
magazine or listen to t he radio.
g \Vell. you canlcould read an arti cle.
Functions
I Th ey arc ta lking ab out what ro watch 0 11 TV. Th ey
do n' t ag ree.
2 a l.isa b j ane c Lisa cl Lisa c Lisa f j anc
g j a ne h j anc
3 a 8b 3 c 6 d4 e 2 £5 g7 h i
4 Asking for <I n opinion: Whar do yOLl think of ... ?
Giving <In op inion: I hat e.; I t hink t hey'r e really
exc it ing.
Agreei ng: ... th is is excit ing!
Questioning an opinion: You' re joking!
Disagreein g: No they'r e not. I do n't agree.
S Rea lly goo d: great , terr ific, (really) fanta st ic
Really bad: terrib le, (really) boring, awful
6a 2 b 5c 4 d le 3
7 a do you think of b thin k so
c I think they' re int erest ing
d I thin k you' re right
e documentaries about anima ls
Unit 4
Vocabulary
a Job (count able) b work c job d job c jobs
f job g work
2 a I b 4 e 5 d 3 < 6 £2
3 a works with b work on c work for
d wor k out c work as f working in
4 a job b wor k c wo rk d job c job, work
5 b in, with, out, as, teacher
c in/for, on, out, as, disc jockey
d for, with , as, pest cont roller
c for, with, on, as, roadie
Functions
I Th e ads the friends discuss are : Calling animal lovers,
Burger Lad s and \X'a nted (babysitt ing).
2 a Bella b Fred c Belle d Bclla e Belle f Fred
g Belle h Fred
3 \Vays to say you like something:
I fancy ... .(Be ca reful ! When t his is followed by a
verb, it req uires an - ing form.I
I like (children)..
I don't mind (children).
I love (animals).
It's not t hat bad.
\Vays to say you don't like something:
That's not for me.
I'm not keen on ... (animals),
I can't sta nd (fast food places ). (Be ca reful! When this
is followed by a verb, it requires an-ing form .)
-l a hat e b dis like c not like cl like clove
5 a don' t like b keen on c hate
d don't (really) mind c love
f can' t sta nd g fancy
Unit 5
Vocabulary
a Airport: Picture 4
b Bus (Coach) stat ion: PicrurcJ
c Ferry terminal: Pict ure I
d Railway (underground) sta t ion: Picture 2
2 In the bus stat ion: bays, harri er
In t he ferry terminal: barr ier
At t he airpor t: check- in desk, esca lato r, passport
cont rol
In the railwa y sta t ion: t icket office, escalator, platform
3 a board b Take c Board d Go c leaves f Take
g leaves h Go i arrives i Change k change
I Chec k-in
4 a esca lato r
b plat form
c ticket
d ai rport
c lift
f board
g gate
h barrier
terminal
j station
5 a ai r port b check-in desk c ticket d esca lator
c ter minal f gate g boa rded h a rrived
i pass port control j luggage k rook I taxi
Functions
1 a t here b where c wait
d by (near, at, next to ) c about
f good (possible) g Under h t here
2 Asking for sugges tions: b, i, k.
Mak ing suggest ions: c, d, c, i, 1.
Offering alt ern at ives: g.
Agreeing: a, f h.
3 a, h, d, f, c, g, e, b
4 Sample answers
a When shall we meet ?
b Where is t he best place to meet ?
c I' ve got a bett er suggestio n. Why don' t we meet at
the resta urant at 8?
cl That sounds gr eat . See you at 8, then.
Unit: 6
Vocabulary
1 a birth, b childhood, c adolescence (teens), romance,
d edu cat ion, c adult hood, work, f marriage,
g pa rent hood.
2 bir th : to be born, to have a baby
educat ion: to graduate from (high scho ol,
uni versity), to start school
work: to work as a (doc tor, programmer, erc. ], to
get a job
romance: to fall in love (wit h somebody), to be
keen on someone
marriage: to get married, to marr y someone
death: to di e, to be dead after that.
3 a had b started c was keen
cl graduated from c got f worked as
g fell in love h married i got marri ed j dead k died
4 a was born on
b started school, gra duated from
c marr ied, got married
d got a job, worked as
c is now dead, died
Functions
1 a
2, 3
Making comments: b, a
I know what you mean.
Excla mat ions: e, d, c
How funny!, Wow!, Really?, Not, You'r e joking!
4 a How funny!
b I know what you mea n. I know the feeli ng. That
so unds familiar.
c Oh, no ! Uh, oh.
d Wow! Really? No! You're joking! Oh, no !
c How st upid!
5 a Let me guess! You lost your mobile aga in, right ?
b That's nice.
e Uh, oh .
d I know the feeling . So, buy her mor e flowers.
c That sounds familiar!
7 a Let me guess ! You lost your glasses aga in.
b That's kind.
c How stu pid! Buy her another cake!
d I know the feeling!
Answer key 81
Unit: 7
Vocabulary
1 bowling, boxing, pool
2 a golf course b foot ball pi tch
c baseball field d bowling alley
3 a golf course b boxing ring c baseba ll field
d pool table e tenni s court f footba ll pitch g bowling
alley
4 a bowl ing/sa iling/skating
b swimming/s hopping/cycling
c danci ng/ rowing/bowling
cl baseball practice
c horses/motorcycles/a bicycle
f football/golf
5 a tennis court b football pit ch c boxing ring
d golf course e bowli ng alley f baseball field
g pool ta bles
Functions
1 a to come b a boat c I know
d bro ken arm e That 's why f do g Why not
h crazy a bout i very good
2 a Do yo u fancy go ing rowing?
b Do yo u wa nt to go rowi ng?
c How a bout going rowing?
d \X1o uld you like t o go row ing?
3 Saying yes: I' d love to . Thar wo uld be great. What a
fantastic idea! Wh y not? Yes, OK, Yes, pleas e. No w
you're ralking!
No t sure : I'd love to, bur ... I'm not really sur e.
Per hap s.
Saying no: I' d rat her not. No, thank s.
4, 5
a bowling, no (I' d love to, but I can' t.]
h 1 to the cine ma, no t sure (I' m not sur e.), 2 for a
pizza, yes (That wo uld be great. )
c I to dinner tonight, no (I' d rather not. ], 2 to dinner
on Friday, not sure (I' m nor really sure. )
Unit: 8
Vocabulary
1 a pro ud b nervous c happy d sad e excited
f angry g frightened h in love i jealo us
2 Posirive feelings : to be/feel happy, proud, excited, in
love
Negative feelings: to belfeel sad, angry, nervous,
frightene d, jealous
3 happiness - ha ppy
sadness - sad
nervousness - nervous
excitement - exc ited
amusement - amused
disappoint menr - disappointed
anger - angry
pride- proud
jea lousy - jealous
Two commo n endings for t hese nouns: -eness, - mcnt
82 Answer key
4 a sad b nervous c proud cl happy
e excited/nervous f angry g jealous h excited
Functions
1 a Dialogue I - picture cl
b Dialogue 2 - picture a
c Dialogu e 3 - pict ure b
cl Dialogue 4 - pict ure c
2 I apologise.
Sorry!
I' m sorry t hat you wa ited so long.
I didn't mean to upse t you.
Apology accepted.
That's OK,
Don' t worry about ir.
3 a Conversat ion: 2
b Conversation: 1
4 a I'm sorry you waited so long.
b I said I'm sorry.
c I didn't mean to upset you.
cl I a pologise for being late .
e I'm sorry.
sorry.
Unit: 9
Vocabulary
1 a (socket ) 4
b (headset) S
c (power butt on) 3
d (plug) 1
e (volume cont rol) 2
f (out put) 6
2 The phrasal verb can appear at the sta rt of the
sent ence, or the preposition ca n appear on its own at
the end of the sentence.
3 Plug in the TV, t he computer, the headset, the light , the
radio
switch onloff the TV, the computer, the light, the radio
turn on/off the TV, t he computer, t he light, t he rad io
t urn upldown the TV, the radi o, the volume
4 a Turn do wn t he volume.
b Turn up t he volume.
c Turn on t he radio/Tv,
d Switch on t he light.
e Turn down t he volume.
Plug in t he TV,
g Switch on the power button.
S a 7 b 3e l dSe6 f 4 g2
6 a Put the headset on.
b Switch the light off when you go.
c Turn the volume up.
d Turn the TV on.
e Turn the computer off when you finish.
f Plug the pri nter in before you use it.
g Pick the phone up.
7 a t urn up
b turn off
c switch on
cl turn it on
e put on
f plug in
g switch on 1turn up
Functions
Dialogue a: 6, 2, 1, 4, 5, 3
Dialogue b: 1,4, 5, 2, 3, 6, 7
2 Offering help ,
Can I help you? Can I rake a message? (Formal)
Do yOll want me to say you ca lled? (Informal)
Mak ing a requ est:
Could you tell Mr Rose t hat Harr y Parker called ?
(Formal)
(Can you tell her to call me?) not in dialogues but an
informal request to add to the chart if wanted
Asking to speak to someo ne:
Could you put me through to Mr Rose? (Formal)
Is Milly there? (Informa l)
3 Sample answers
Could you pur me through to the manager, please?
This is . .. .
Could you take a message, please?
Please tell him t hat . ..
4 The manager Sreve is our.
S a Hello? Best Elect ronics.
Hi. It's Chris.
b Co uld you put me t hrough to the manager, please?
c Would you like to hold?
Sorry, his line's engaged
Unit Ul
Vocabulary
1 a cash b credit card c receipt d to the shops
e cheque f gold watch g shop assi stant
h wrapping up i unwrapping
2 a 12 b 10 e I I d 8 e 6 fIg S h 3 i 7 j 2
k 4 19
3 a Lucy went to the shops.
b She was look ing for somethi ng for her friend Peter.
c She chose a gold wa tch.
d, e She did n't pay hy cheq ue/She didn't pay in cas h.
f She paid by credit car d.
g The shop ass istant wrapped up the watch.
h She asked for a receip t.
She gave the wat ch to Peter.
J Peter unwrapped the present.
k Later; Peter took the watch back to the shop.
I He cha nged it for somet hing else.
4 a gave b cha nge c change d change e receipt
f receipt g receipt h change
Functions
I d
Arrswer key 83
i I'm sorr y sir. Th e hotel is full on March 19th.
Gett ing a credit card number: Can you give me your
credit car d number ?
Saying what the custo mer should do : Come along 15
minutes before the per formance sta rts .
Endin g t he con versat ion: m We look forward to seeing
you on Thurs day.
Descri bing where: a at the front c in the middl e
somewhere k not too near the bac k.
3 Conversation 1
b, i, d, g, j, a, f, e, b, c
Conver sat ion 2
i, e, 1, i, k, b, g, h, f, d, a, c
2 a say th an k you b welcome c saved my life
d nothing c a great success f Well, that's
g for everythin g
3 a It' s just what I wanted. [21
b It 's rea lly kind of you. [l , 2, 3J
c Many thanks for (the present / helping me do ing t he
shopping). [1, 2 or 31
cl Thank yOll for all your hel p / everyt hing you've done
for me. 11 & 3]
e Thank you so much for ...ing. [1 & 3J
f Thanks a 10r. [1,2, 3J
g Than ks to you t he . .. was a great success. l3]
h You saved my life! Thanks. [31
4 a It's just what I wa nted. I'm glad you like it.
b Thank you for all your help . You' re welcome.
c Thanks to you t he party was a great success. It was
a pleasure.
cl Than ks so much for helping me with my
homewor k. No problem.
e Thanks a lot for di nner. Don't ment ion it.
.I a 4 b 5 c 3 d I e 2
Unit 12
Vocabulary
1 Verbs
clone
pro tect
cook
move
defend
Nouns
clone
protection
cooking
movement
defence
Unit 11
Vocabulary
1 Photograp h b
2 a review
b cur tain
c bor ing
cl slow
e clap ped
f perform ance
g stage
h booked
moving
3 a review b book c stage cl audience c curta in
f play g cia pped h perfor mance
4 Co nversation a: 3
Co nversati on b: 4
Conversa tio n c: I
Co nversation cl : 2
Functions
1 a What t ime do you want to see t he film?
b how many t ickets wou ld you like?
c Where would you like to sit ?
d Can you give me your credit card number ?
c Is t here anyt hing else I can do for you?
2 Offering a service: Can I help you?
Saying what you want: e I'd like a room for two
nights f I' d like to boo k a table.
Asking for deta ils: b How many peopl e is that for ?
What dates a re you t hinking of ? a When is that for ?
Saying it is possible / not possible: cl I t hink we can do
that, That 's fine, g I'm afraid that that performance is
sold out, h I' m afraid there aren't any t ickets left for
that per formance, i I'm afraid we' re full to morrow,
Nouns Adj ectives
employment employed, unemployed
plant planted
interest interested
inspiration inspir ed
dest ruction destroyed
2 a movement b inspirat ion c cooking cl plants
e interests f employment g dest royed h move
3 a int erested b mo ve c protects d activist
e speeches g inspiration h marri ed
4 XXXX scient ist / science scientific
discover discovery discovered
interest int erest int erested (in)
destroy destr uct ion destroyed
environment environment / environmenta l
environment ali st
plant plant planted
protect protecti on protecte d
marr y marnage married
move movement moved/ movi ng
act/ act ivate act ivist act ive
5 a science, environ mentali st b environmental
c destr uction, environment cl plant e discovery
f mo vements, protect g married, marria ge
Functions
la 3b 4 c Sd le2
2 a at t he supermarket (ment ions ' bags' and 'hea vy' )
b in a lift {mentions ' pressing the butt on'
c at school (ment ions ' homework' )
d at the office (ment ions 'ge tt ing home early')
c at home (talks a bou t ' ma king somet hing to cat')
84 Answer k"y
3 Offering help:
\'\fhy don' t you let me .. ?
\X!ould y Oll like some help ..?
Ca n I hel p you ... ?
Shall ) ... ?
Allow me.
Accepting help:
Tha nk you.
Tha nks.
Refu sing hel p:
Don' t worry about it.
I' m fine.
No thanks.
I can do it by myself.
4 a \'<' ould you like, would be, Can you
b How about, Thanks
c Allow me
cl \Vhy don ' t, Sure
c Ca n I, Don' t wo rry
Unit: 13
Vocabulary
I a Emi ly b Abi gail c Barry cl Matt c Marissa
f Phi )
2 a sporty b underst andi ng c pra cti ca l cl soc iable
c confide nt f creat ive g a rt ist ic h logical
3 a 7 b 6 e s d2 05 f4 g 3 h i
4 a green fingers
b pract ical
c ar tistic
cl creative
c socia ble
sporty
Functions
1 i, e, g, c, f, h. 3, d, b
2 a mean b mea ns c call cl mean c mean f \X!har's
g say
3 Sample answers
a do, mean
b that
c does, mea n
cl do you say
c do you call it
4 a 4b 5c 2dl0 3
5 a What do you call it
b What do you ca ll it
c Wh at do es t ha t mean
cl How do you say thi s
Unit: 14
Vocabulary
1 a min ut e b tiny c small d big c large f enormous
g huge h gigant ic
2 a low - hi gh, na rrow - wi de, short - t all
h t all, hig h
c high, low
d long, wide, narrow, deep, sha llow
c long, wide, high. 10\v
3 a large b enormous c minut e d tiny e big
f gigantic g small h huge
4 a minute b tiny c small d big c large f huge
g enormous h gigant ic
S a shallow b wide c high d wi de e ta ll f deep
Functions
1 a somet hi ng b sure c film cl di fficult e right
f th ink g about h know i too
3 a What's t he most beauti ful t hing you've ever seen?
b What's the most del iciou s food you've ever eaten I
had ?
c What's the most boring ho ok you've ever read ?
cl What' s the mo st frightening ex perience you've eve r
had ?
c What's the best co nce rt you've ever been to I seen?
f \'Vhat 's the worst food you've eve r ea ten I ha d?
g Whar's the ugliest thing you've ever see n?
4 a Take your ti me.
b That sounds nice.
c She made roast chicken wit h gravy a nd roast
pota toes.
d I' ll have to t hink.
c Yes, everyone loved it!
\X!hat' s t he most deliciou s meal you' ve ever ea ten?
g What did she cook?
h It was the mea l my mum cooked for my eightee nt h
birthday.
S f. d, a. h, g. c, b, e
Unit: 15
Vocabulary
a for ehead b brain c hair d chin e neck f lips
g rccth h to ngue i nostri l j ear lobe k eyebrow
I eyeball m eyela shes
2 a mouth. lips, teeth (eyes)
b lips, tongue, teeth
c mou th. lips,
d eyelas hes. eye
e eyeli d
f br ain (senses)
g ea rs,
h ears,
eyes , eyeballs,
J nose. no st rils.
k tongue,
3 a eyebrow bli ps c eye bal l d ha ir e neck f tooth
g mou th h brain i ea rlo be j tongue k nostril
1eyelas hes 111 foreh ead n chin
4 a teeth b ea rlo bes c eye lashes d nost rils c chin
fl ips g hair h foreh ead i eye brows j eyeballs
k to ngue I neck m brai n
Functions
I a too b too c So d Neit her e So f Neither g So
h eithe r i So
2 a Borh b Borh c Borh cl   e Borh f Both
g Both h Both i Both
3 Affir mative:
J love my gym. So do I. J do, too. •\ le too. I'm VCr)'
health y. So am I. I am, too . •Me too.
Negative:
J don't do much exe rcise. Nei ther do I. I do n't , eit her.
I' m not very fit. Neither am I. I' m not eit her.
4 a So do I.
b Neit her can I.
c ,\ 1e too!
cl Nei ther do I
e I do, too.
f I' m not eit her.
5 Samp le a1lswers
a So is Ciaire's. Cla ire's is, too.
b So is Maria. Maria is, too.
c So is Clnire. I Clai re is, too.
d Maria isn' t.
e Neither is Claire. I Claire isn' t, either.
So does Cluire. I Clai re does, too.
G .1 too b So am I c Me too. d not c Neither am
f r ill a stu dent , too g too h I'm not
Unit 16
Vocabulary
1 words to describe t hings t hat frighten you: cree py,
scary, weird
words to descr ibe t hings t hat a rc unusual: st range,
fa ntas t ic, odd, unus ual, we ird, funn y, unbelievable,
incred ible, amaz ing
words to describe things that a re good: wonderful,
inc redib le. fant astic, great, unbelievable, amazing
2 a funny, wo nderful, incredi ble, fant ast ic, great,
amazing
b stra nge, odd, unu sual, funn y
c wonderful, incredible, fantastic, grea t, amaz ing
cl creepy, scary
e creepy, seary
strange, odd, unu sual , we ird, funn y
g stra nge, odd, unusual, weird, funn y
h strange, odd, unusua l, weird, funny
wonderfu l, incredi ble, fant ast ic, great , a mazin g
J a stra nge, wei rd, unbelievable, odd
b strange, odd, unus ual, weird, funny
c wonde rful, incredible, fanrasric, great, amazing,
st range, odd, unu sua l, weird, funny (depends on
whet her you th ink it is good or st range to travel in
t ime)
d creepy, scary, frightening
c creepy, scary, fright ening
f wonderful, incredible, fantastic, great, amaz ing
Answer key 85
g wo nderful, incr edible, fant astic, great, terrific,
a mazing, st range, odd, unusual, wei rd, funny
(depends on t he ca r!)
h creepy, sca ry, frightening
Functions
1 a 2 b 6 c 5 d l e 4 f 3
2 Uh-huh. Yeah? Right.
\'Vhat? \Vha t did she say? That's impossible! Th at's
st range.
And ? \'(lo \\"! That 's weird . Th en what happened?
3 Th ings to show the spea ker that you a rc paying
attent ion: d, c, i- p, m, a
Asking questio ns: b. f. e
Reacting to what the speaker says : g, h. i, k, I, 11 , 0
4 a Uh-huh.
b Righr.
c Uh-huh.
cl Th en what hap pened ?
e Yeah?
f Whar?
g That's weird. \'{l hat happened next ?
h And ?
Whar?
Wow!
86 Not.."
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