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Contents
Introduction ............... . .............. iu
Listening
Units 1 to 16 . .. ............ .. ..... . ...... 1-16

Grammar
Units 1 to 16 .. ....... . . ................. 17-32

Vocabulary Logs
Units 1 to 16 ..... . ........ . . . .... . .. . ... 33-48

Projects
Teaching Notes ........ . ................. 49-52

Units 1 to 16 .... ........................ 53-68

Answer Keys
Listening (with audio scripts) ... ......... . .. 69-75
Grammar .................. . ........... 76-77
Vocabulary Logs ..... . ...................... 78

Your Vocabulary Log. It also contains audio scripts for the Listening section. • Projects This section includes a wide range of new ways to extend the main topics. •. The second exercise.52.. It is based on feedback and suggestions pt·ovided by teachers around the world. • Answer Keys This section provides answers for the Listening. • Listening Additional listening activities develop a wide variety of listening skills. one for written practice and the other one for oral practice. Each page includes two activities. There is one project for each unit. The first exercise. The written activities can be used either in class or for homework. iv . both in and out of the classroom. Grammar. The book consists of the following sections: • Vocabulary There is a photocopiable vocabulary log for each unit of the Student's Book. There is one photocopiable Grammar page for each unit. listening tor details. consists of an activity for reviewing the key vocabulary from the unit. There is one photocopiable Listening page for each unit of the Student's Book. allows learners to record new words from the unit so that they remember them better.Introduction The Interchange Third Edition lntro Teacher's Resource Book is a rich source of easy-to-use supplementary materials for review and reinforcement of the language and skills taught in Interchange Third Edition Intro Student's Booll. including listening for gist. Practice. • Grammar Activities in this section reinforce the grammar introduced and practiced in the Student's Book. and Vocabulary exercises. Detailed teaching notes for each project are on pages 49. and infening meaning from context.

-... Flisphonenumberis ____ __ _ _ __ a. T F 1. Rivers. His last name is .. good morning © Cambridge University Press b. Jerry 2. Who is saying hello? Who is saying good-bye? B et) Listen and check (.. good evening Photocopiable Listening: Unit 1 • 1 . Jimmy b..1) True (T) or False (F). Ana is in Toshi's English class. Toshi's teacher is Ms.. 1. 0 D C ® Listen and circle the correct information. The student's first name is-. Malony b. Look at the pictures. 0 0 3...a. Toshi's class is in Room 5.-..-- a. Maloney 3. 385-4107 4. 0 D 2.a.. 0 D 4. Ana's teacher is Mr.. CarT..HELLO AND GOOD-BYE A Students and teachers are talking at school. 383-4017 b.-. The teacher and the student say-.

Look at the pictures.IS THIS YOUR . 2 • Listening: Unit 2 © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . Number the pictures from 1 to 5. Look at the pictures again. it's not.f ) the correct response. D No. What do you see? Where are the things? B CB What are the people talking about? Listen. D No. 4. 5. it is. 2. 3. they're not. D They're under the map. ? A P eople are looking for things. 0 Yes. it's on the chair. . 0 No.. 0 Yes. it's under the chair. 1. Check (. D Yes. D It's next to the cell phone. 0 They're on the map. 0 It's on the cell phone. C CB Listen to the questions. they are.

0 His name is Robert. we are. 0 No. 0 No. India b. Spanish b. It's Vancouver. 0 I'm from Mexico City. 1. The teacher is from _ _ __ a. It's Spanish. in 4. 1. Listening: Unit 3 • 3 .. it's not. 4. 3. ft·om b . Tony is . 0 No.WHERE ARE YOU FROM? A Students are tallting before their first day of class. it's not. Australian b.. Sarah is _ _ __ a. We're from Vancouver. 0 It's big and exciting. a. D No. It's French. D They're my two brothers. 2. 5. Maggie is _ _ __ a. 0 It's in Japan. he's not. Argentinean C @ Listen and check (~) the correct response. 0 They're 20 years old. Circle the correct answers. British 2. Japan 3..Brazil. 0 Yes. 0 He's from Santiago. What questions do you think they are asking? B ® Listen to the students' conversations. it's not. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable 6.

Where are these cities? CB B Listen to the weather report. What's the weather like today in these cities? Check (. Write the temperature in each city. HOW'S THE WEATHER? A Look at the chart. What are the people wearing? B CB Listen to the conversations. Look at the pictures. Number the clothes in the pictm·es from 1 to 6./) the correct information. New York _-_ _ oc 4 • Listening: Unit 4 Rio de Janeiro _ _ _ oc Tokyo _ _ _ oc © Cambridge University Press \ I Photocopiable .WHAT COLOR ARE YOUR SOCKS? A Friends are talking about their clothes. Cold Hot Raining Snowing Sunny Windy New York 0 D D D D 0 Rio de Janeiro 0 D D D D 0 Tokyo 0 D D 0 0 0 C CB Listen again.

9J[]m ll~~sl~~~~­ 4. What part of the day are the people talking about? Check (. -- Your guess Julie - - What is he/she really doing? She's writing a letter.a. ~ C @ Listen again. What time is it? B @ Listen. 0 0 D WHAT ARE YOU DOING? A Look at the pictures and the times of day. ~ 3. or evening. Circle the time you hear.a. b. Tom Paul B @ Listen to the conversations. ~ 2. What do you think the people are doing? Write your guess for each person in the chart. B ~illf~illJID'&t~ b. ~ b. Complete the chart in part A © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Listening: Unit 5 • 5 . afternoon. D D 0 2. ~ b. D 0 0 4.1 ) morning.WHAT TIME IS IT? A Look at the clocks. a. Morning Afternoon Evening 1.a. D 0 D 3. l.

. Diana live. 6 • Listening: Unit 6 \ © Cambridge University P ress Photocopiable ... friends _ _ _ work _ _ _ school _ __ C et) Listen to the conversations again. .. a. .. Correct the false information. His class is in the afternoon. d. .WHAT'S NEW WITH YOU? A Look at the picture. b. -.. b. Carlos is taking an English class this spring. 3. . " • . He has class on Mondays and Tuesdays. d. She works Sunday to Friday. b... What are the people doing? . c.... a.) job 1. Emily doesn't know Eric.. c. She works five days a week. Angie has a new aparlment. What are the people talking about? Number the topics from 1 to 3. a. two words are incorrect. He gets home after 2:00. Diana goes to Emily's school. d.. c. She takes a taxi to work..• . B CS) Listen to the conversations. 2... Emily and Diana talk on the phone every afternoon.. (In some sentences.s far from Emily.

© Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Listening: Unit 7 • 7 . C @ Listen again.I NEED SOME THINGS FOR MY NEW HOUSE. What does Melissa need? Check (. Melissa is shopping for things for her new house.I) the thing-s in the pictures in part A. A Look at the pictures. What do you think she needs? B @ Listen to the conversations. What room is Melissa shopping for? Number the pictures from 1 to 3.

Marisa She's a _ _ __ Ray He's a _ __ _ Victor He's a _ _ __ She works at a _ _ __ He works at a _ _ __ He works at a _ _ __ B C CB Listen to the people talk about their jobs. ~ ~ Marisa D D Ray D D Victor 0 0 ' WHAT DO YOU DO? CB Some people are talking about jobs.WHERE DO YOU WORK? A Look at the pictures. 8 • Listening: Unit 8 ©Cambridge University P1·ess Photocopiable . Listen and check(. 3./) the correct column. D I disagree. Correct your guesses. . D That's too bad. Do the people like their jobs? Check(. A lawyer has a difficult job. D Not bad./) the correct response. 0 They're teachers. A lawyer doesn't have an easy job. CB Listen again. 1.. 2. D I agree. What do the people do? Where do you think they work? Complete the sentences with yqur guesses.. D She's a flight attendant.

. 0 List 1 0 List 2 ry{l})./) Olivia and Todd's list.Nd.un ~ e»UoJ cNcJ.vn ~ f~ per~ © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable 0 List 3 fJd(J:vt ee.LET'S GO FOOD SHOPPING.K buffvt .. Where are the people? What are they doing? What foods do you see? B @Listen to the conversations.ofJD per~ f~scl> Listening: Unit 9 • 9 . Check(. Olivia and Todd are shopping. D C @ Listen again.uol pt. Look at the shopping lists.J-9rr e.. A Look at the picture. Where do they go? Number the pictures from 1 to 4.

? Yes. What can the women do? What can't they do? 0 B Listen to the conve1·sations. play the piano 0 play the guitar D fix cars 0 0 0 0 D D 0 0 0 D 1. C @ Listen again. she can't. No.CAN YOU FIX THINGS? A Look at the pictures. Number the pictures from 1 to 3. Three women are discussing their abilities and talents. use a computer fix things sing well 10 • Listening: Unit 10 © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . she can. Check (wi) the correct response. ski 3. . Can she . play tennis D D D D play basketball 0 0 2..

3. Number the pictures from 1 to 3. ~Who is he/ she going to celebrate with? 11.HAPPY BIRTHDAY! A Look at the pictures. Who are the people going to celebrate their birthdays with? Complete the chart. - © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Listening: Unit 11 • 11 . Three people are going to celebrate their birthdays. I 2. What are they going to do? Who are they going to celebrate with? B0 C Listen to the conversations. CD Listen again.

What advice does the doctor give his patients? Ben: Use these ear droos.. ... A These people are waiting for the doctor... B ~ Listen to the people talk to the doctor.. Laura: ______________________________________________ Frances= ----------------------------------~-------- C@ Listen again. ' Laura: ______________________________________________ Frances: ____________________________________________ .....I FEEL TERRIBLE. What do you think is wrong with them? What advice is the doctor going to give them? .. 12 • Listening: Unit 12 © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable .. What's wrong with each person? Ben: He has an earache.

Write each person's name under the map of his or· her hometown.) Q. Check (v") True (T) or False (F). D T D F 3.) (j) 2.. Tina. \. D T 0 F b. A Look at the maps. >. ------------------ 3. a . D T D F b. __________________ 1. D T 0 F b.. D T 0 F 2. a. 1. and Steve are talking about their hometowns. What places do you see? What can you do in these places? CB B Listen. Q) ::> lq) F Q) (I) "> "- 4: +-fJ') t.TELL ME ABOUT YOUR HOMETOWN. a . __________________ C CB Listen to the statements. Simon. Look at the maps again. Ce11ter ~ "0 ~ 0 u:. D T D F © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Listening: Unit 13 • 13 .

. ' .. C Listen to the rest of the conversation.. ? . ... CB .. ' • ' . What did Meg's mother do over the weekend? Check (.' . ... Did Meg do these things on Friday night? Check (.. 14 • Listening: Unit 14 ©Cambridge University Press Photocopiable t .../) Yes or No. Yes No study D 0 cook 0 0 watch TV 0 0 see a movie 0 0 go to a bookstore 0 0 buy a book 0 0 Did Meg .WHAT DID YOU DO THIS WEEKEND? A Pair work What did you do this weekend? Ask your partner../) the correct picture(s). B CB Listen to the conversation. Meg and her mother are talking about the weekend.

WERE YOU BORN IN THE U. 1982 8 ®Listen to the conversations. Check(/') the year. Check (. When were they born? Guess. Where did the people grow up? Complete the chart with the name of the city or country.S.S.S. Were your guesses correct? Ba rbara M aria Place of birth Year of birth College major 0 the U. Maria 0 1969 [l 1979 =1988 Tyler =::. Tyler L. Place Barbara Chica9o M aria Tyler © Cambridge University Pr-ess Photocopiable Listening: Unit 15 • 15 .? A Pair work Look at the pictures.S. 0 1970 0 English 0 Canada 0 1975 0 science 0 the U.J 0 1988 0 Haiti '-- 1982 _. 0 music w the U._ 0 math - J ® C Listen again. 0 1969 0 drama 0 Mexico 0 1979 0 dance .I') the correct answers for each person..

The doctCYr can't see vou on Monday because she has to work at the hospital. Caller's number: -'9~1.!..6~---- 16 • Listening: Unit 16 ©Cambridge University Press Photocopiable .__76=1'-----. 7--"'-9_.M. He wants to invite .!.:. Call her tomorrow at work. Caller's number: -=3:.. Bloom's office called you. She can~ meet you for dinner on Friday night because she has to visit her sister in the hospital.Porter called you.t. Your appointment chan9ed.CAN I TAKE A MESSAGE? A Look at the pictures.- For:~TI~.::9=2=0'------.v morning. There's a jazz concert tomorrow niaht.42=.vou. Call her office before Monda. She wants to have lunch on Sunday at the new Mexican restaurant.... Number the pictures from 1 to 3. Where are the people? Who do you think they are talking to? CB B Listen to the people in the pictures make phone calls.~.lo<8:. Message: Dr.. Look at the message pads. (There are three mistakes in each message.- Caller's number: _. lt's now next Tuesday at 3:30 P.et4. C CB Listen to the phone calls again. Call him toni(Jht.7-..9'-"5=5'--1.1-'-......m~----------- Message: Your girlfriend /oyce called you.) For: Clarissa For: Mom Terry Message: -f. Correct the false information.

Stan: _ _ _ _ _ _____ Stan: . Amy. Will: What's his name? Lisa: Dan Bolton. And ____ name is Samantha Clark. _ _ __ my teacher! HELLO AND GOOD-BYE Group work Complete the conversation. 1. Stan! Matt: Hello. yes.... Stan! Amy: Good-bye.-. ____ in my class.WHAT'S YOUR NAME? Complete the conversations.-. Will: in your class too. Lisa: Hi! Are you Phil? Will: Phil? I'm not Phil. Amy: ______________ Photocopiable Grammar: Unit 1 • 17 . And what's name? Lisa: ____ Lisa Field. 2. I'm sorry! _ _ _ _ you Will Morris? Will: Yes.- Matt: . Then act it out. Stan. right? Lisa: Well. ~ Lisa: Oh. ©Cambridge University Press Matt: Nice to meet you. My name is Will. I .

1..-.-. behind the chair. Is the book bag on the chair? 18 • Grammar: Unit 2 10. A: . 3. What is it? 4. They're under the newspaper.-. 6. What are they? 5. 1. A: your book bag? B: It's on the floor. They're pencils.. A: Are pens? B: No. Where are the CDs? 7. 4. Where is the book? 6. Ask and answer the questions. It's on the table. 2. Thanks! WHERE ARE THEY? Pair work Look at the picture. A: What's this called in English? B: It's an eraset·.-. 5. A: .-- yom books? B: They're in my book bag.. What are they? ©Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . it is.-- these? B: They're maps.. Where is the umbrella? 8.... Are the sunglasses on the table? 9. They're behind the chair. It's in front of the television.CLASSROOM OBJECTS Complete the questions. A: yom· eraser? B: Yes.. next to the pens. Are the pens on the chair? 2. What is it? 3.-.

Is Buenos Aires in Argentina? 3. your where best from friend is A: -----------------------------------------------------------------B: ----------------------------------------------------------- HOW MUCH DO YOU KNOW? A Read the quiz. Are Shanghai and Beijing in China? 2. What are two cities in Japan? 5. Where is Madrid? 4. What are two cities in India? 8. Then answer the questions. large family your is A: ------------------------------------------------------------- B: ------------------------------------------------------------3. World Knowledge Quiz l . _________________________ g _________________________ B Pair work Ask and answer the questions from part A. name what your last is A: ------------------------------------------------------------- B: ------------------------------------------------------------4. 1. friend your is who best A: --------------------------------------------------------------B: ------------------------------------------------------------5.ABOUT YOU Put the words in order to make questions. Is Tokyo in South Korea? 7. Then add two more questions. parents A: your are Japan from Are your parents from Japan? B: ------------------------------------------------------------2. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Grammar: Unit 3 • 19 . Where are Sydney and Perth? 6.

Bob is wearing a tie. B: In Picture 1. A: In Picture 2. How are they different? Tell your partner. Rosie _ _ ___ wearing a scarf.e_ _ wearing boots. 2. 3. Then look at Picture 2.a"-'-r_. Rosie and Bob 5. Rosie and Bob _ ____. 7. he isn't wearing a tie. He 8. Complete the sentences with is. or aren't. wearing caps. 4. Now write about something you are weal'ing and something you aren't wearing. isn't. 20 • Grammar: Unit 4 © Cambridge University Press Photocopia ble . 1·-----------------------------------------------------------2·------------------------------------------------------------ FIND THE DIFFERENCES Pair work Look at Picture 1. 6. are. Bob wearing sneakers.WHAT ARE THEY WEARING? A Look at Picture 1. They wearing shorts. 1. Bob _ ____ wearing a scarf. Rosie and Bob 8 Picture 1 wearing jeans. wearing a sweatshirt.

---.Angela ~~----------------------------------------------------------- 3..2. 1..------....-.. Write questions about the people. ...--. Justin ______ _ _____ _____________ _____ _____ _______ _____ ______ 6.--- MEMORY GAME A Look at the picture in Exercise 1.- 8.- 8 Pair work Cover Exercise 1. _ ___________________________ 6..-----.---. 1. Jenniler _________________ ___________ _____________ ____________ 8.-----..----. What's Mark doing? 5.---. Write about the people.-------... 2. Mark is riding a biLycle.---------.---.---...-------...-5..---.....-.. How much do you r·emember? A: What's Mark doing? B: He's riding a bicycle...NITs. Brian ________________________________________________________ ~------ 4. ...Clark ________________________________________________________ 7. John and Peter ..-----.----...----..----..... Ask and answer the questions.-.. ____________________________ 4.. Linda and Debbie . Use what+ doing.----.IN THE PARK Look at the picture.. _ ___________________________ 3. ------.. --------. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Grammar: Unit 5 • 21 .--7.

0 relax. ? 22 • Grammar: Unit 6 ©Cambridge University Press Photocopiable .. Nick: 4. C. Friend: Your sister lives in Miami. 0 with my family. .STUDENT PROFILE Read the profile. Ft-iend: So. How about you? A: I study. B: Do you live . 1.. 4. 0 study or work. On weekends. . 0 drive. I have a brother and a sister. .. B Pair work Tell your partner your answers from part A. Personal profile by Nick Brown My name is Nick Brown and I live in New York City.. D study. D walk. J J I 2. I study computer science. 0 with friends. My brother lives in Miami and works at a library 1. Friend: And she studies math. F1·iend: You have three brothers. Then complete the conversation between Nick and a new friend. I live . Nick: No. How many things do you have in. D study and work. She studies computer science.. 2. you study math. right? Nick: 5. I . but I don't work. 3. Friend: And your brother works in an office? Nick: FIND SIMILARITIES A Check (v') the answers that are true about you. common? A: Do you study? B: Yes. I . 0 take the bus or subway. I study comouter science. .. right? Nick: 3. [] work. I don't studv math. 0 play sports. I study and work. My sister lives in Washington. D. too. To go to school or work I . 0 alone.

TRUE ABOUT YOU?
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WHAT'S THE APARTMENT LIKE?
A Complete the conversation.
Sandra: Hello?
Chris: Hello, I'm calling about the apartment.
Sandra: Oh, yes, sure.
Chris: First,

does

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(do I does) it have many rooms?

(has I have) a living room, a kitchen,

three bedrooms, and two bathrooms.
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with furniture?
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(do I does). But it _ _ __

(do I doesn't) have a refrigerator.
Chris: _ _______ (Do I Does) the windows have curtains?
Sandra: No, I'm sorry, they--Chris: _ _ __
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WHAT'S YOUR JOB?
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at Mount Sinai Hospital, too.

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B Now put the sentences in order. Make a conversation. Number the sentences
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WHO IS IT?
Pair work Take turns. Talk about each person. Who is it? Guess.

Amy West

Frank Diaz

Fernanda Ferreira

Sarah Chang

Matt Hill

Maria Costas

Jose Gomez

A: He's about 25 years old. He works in an a.ll·port. He has a stressful job.
I think he doesn't like his job. Who is it?
B: It's Frank Diaz.

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WHAT'S FOR LUNCH?
You want to make an omelet and a green salad for lunch. You have the ingredients
in the picture. What do you need to buy? What don't you need? Complete the chart.

I need ...

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I need some lettuce.

I don't need anv eaas.

DO YOU EVER ... ?
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A: Do you ever go out to eat?

B: Yes, I often do. I Sometimes I do.

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ABOUT YOU
Put the wm·ds in order to make questions. (More than one answer is possible.)
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PERSONALITY TYPES
A Find out what your classmates are like. Write two more questions
for each personality type.
Athletic

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1. Can you swim?

1. Can you draw?
2. ______________________________

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Interview two classmates. Are they athletic or artistic?
Ask questions from part A. Check (.f) the boxes that are true about your classmates.
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2· -------------------------------------------------------------------- 3. Take turns. ____________________________________________________________________ 8·------------------------------------------------------------------ HOLIDAYS AND CELEBRATIONS Pair work Look at the pictures. . -------------------------------------------------------------------7. . Use the phrases in the box or add your own ideas.. . ? What are you going to . © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Grammar: Unit 11• 21 . ____________________________________________________________________ 4·-------------------------------------------------------------------- 5.. ____________________________________________________________________ 6.. I'm not. . ? Where are you going to . Are you going to . buy something I need celebrate my birthday cook for my friends do something unusual 1. I'm going to have a big party. Your partner is going to guess your holiday.. Choose a holiday or celebration. Use questions like the ones below. ? Halloween Christmas Birthday New Year A Are you going to stay home? B: No. /'m give my best friend a present go dancing go out with friends have a party look for a new job play sports relax see a movie going to celebrate my birthday on June 22nd.PLANS Write about things you are going to do in the next three weeks. ? Who is going to .

. Kelly: Thanks. . Hart: I see." B Pair work Take turns acting out the problems in part A." 6. Kevin: "I have a really bad toothache. I'm so tired. GIVING ADVICE A Look at these problems. Sandra: "I think I have a cold. I'm homesick.feel sick. Hart: Hello. Beth: ''I can't sleep at night. 3. And don't any coffee or soda. Kent. _ _ __ some aspirin. Use the verbs in the box. I have a sore throat and a headache. Kent: What's the matter Kelly? Kelly: I think I _ _ _ the flu. So.. Write some advice for each person. B: That's too bad. Maybe I can _ _ __ _ _ __ home early. 2.. Jenny: "I'm going to have a party this evening and there's no food in the house!" 8.. a n d . Your partner gives sympathy and advice. Every day is the same: work. Danielle: Oh. Mr." 7. And don't have any coffee! 28 • Grammar: Unit 12 © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . John: "I'm always late for school.in bed. Dr. one of these pills every three hours.to some relaxing music and don't too ha:rd. 1. Ken: "I'm a little heavy and I can't lose weight. Monica: "I don't have a nice dress for Jenny's party.. A: I can't sleep at night. Liz! What's wrong? Liz: I ." 2. work. work! I'm exhausted. Mr." 5. Here. Mr. I _ _ _ _ a stomachache \ I and a headache.HEALTH PROBLEMS Complete the conversations. Roger: I'm sorry to hear that. _ ___ home. Listen. Kent: That's too bad. . Marcelo: "I miss my family in Argentina. D drink 0 go D have 0 help 0 rest 0 take ~ feel 0 go D have 0 listen 0 take D work 1. read a book or magazine." 3." 4.. Dr..

How do I get from school to the drugstore? 2. 1. 2. ----------------------------------------------------------------------6. your partner gives true information. ----------------------------------------------------------------------3. How do I get from the bank to the coffee shop? AROUND THE SCHOOL A Think about places around yom· school.from the dru9store. Where are they? Write three true statements and three false statements. ____________________________________________________________________ 4. © Cambridge Uni versity Press Photocopiable Grammar: Unit 13 • 29 . It's across from the bus station. The bank is across . A: The bank is across from the drugstore. Take turns. How do I get from the drugstore to the supermarket? 3. Give directions. How do 1 get from the supermarket to the bank? 4. across from between near next to on on the corner of 1. True or false? B: False. Use the prepositions in the box. ----------------------------------------------------------------------5. __________________________________________________________________ B Pair work Read your statements to your partner.DIRECTIONS Answer the questions. Ask "True or false?" For false statements.

Anna played tennis." 6. A: Did you buy a ticket? B: No.. Your partner asks yes I no questions. Anna: "It's a great story." 4. Debbie: "I just loved the food and we had so much fun!" 3. Anna didn't play tennis. A Is it neru: here? B: Yes. Franksawamovie. 30 • Grammar: Unit 14 © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . Teresareadabook. I didn't. Teresa: "I bought new shoes and a dress. Robert: "What a fantastic mystery! Agatha Christie is a terrific writer. Use the activities in the box. I ate a lot. A Did you eat there? B: Yes. ----------------------------------------------------4. I went with friends." Anna saw a movie. A: Is it the new Italian restaurant on Prince Street? B: That's right. She saw a movie. I didn't do anything. Frank: ''The DJ played great techno music. _______________________________________________________ INTERESTING PLACES Pair work Think about the last interesting place you went. Nicole: "I felt so tired .WHAT DID THEY DO ON THE WEEKEND? A What did these people do on the weekend? Write sentences. 0 go dancing 0 have dinner with friends 0 relax 0 go shopping 0 read a book ~ see a movie 1.. but the actors are not very good. 2. 1. _______________________________________________________ 3. it js. Nicole went shopping." 5. A: Did you go alone? B: No. 2." B Correct the statements.

class A: B: 5. B Pair work Interview your partner. I didn't. A: Did you g1·ow up there? B: No. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Grammar: Unit 15 • 31 . Then answer the questions. Use questions from the list you made in part A. 1. were two who friends A: B: 6. Take turns. I g1·ew up in Sao Paulo. Make a list. up where you grow did A: --------------------------------------------------------------- B: --------------------------------------------------------------a you good what was your favorite best your what school 3. Don't use more than three questions from Exercise 1. A: WheTe were you born? B: I was born in Rio de Janeiro.WHEN YOU WERE A KID Put the words in order to make questions. student were A: B: 4. born you were where A: Where were vou born? - B: --------------------------------------------------------------2. your like was A: B: AN INTERVIEW A Think of five questions to ask about your partner's childhood.

It's Sue's birthday today and I :invited her (1) to a concert.I) the activities you like to do. Check (. Use your ideas from part A. ©Cambridge University Press Photocopia ble . Bye!" Linda's message ''Hi. Complete the messages with object pronouns. I have to study for a test. B: OK. I'd love to. watch a football game 4. go to a museum 0 2. visit an amusement park D 0 D 8 Pair work Take turns. 5. and I know you like (6) too. Would you like to come with _ __ I can get a ticket for _ __ (3) on my way home from work. This is Mark. Mark's message "Hi. Sue 3. but I can't. Great! 32 • Grammar: Unit 16 Refuse A: Would you like to go to a fashion show on Satw·day? B: I'm sorry. 1.Beethoven's Ninth! It's my favorite symphony.MESSAGES A Mark and Linda left messages on Phil's answering machine. _ _ _ __ _ __ 2. Please call _ _ _ (2)? (4) at lunchtime. Your partner accepts or refuses them. _ ________ __ 6· ----------------- INVITATIONS A Look at the chaTt. Make invitations. We're going to hear Beethoven's Ninth Symphony. Do you want to come? Give me a call. _ ____ _ _ __ _ 4." B Who or what do the object pronouns in part A refer to? 1. A: Terrific! Let's meet at the subway station at 1:30. Phil. It's Linda. Phil. play computer games 5. see a fashion show 0 0 3. My brother and sisteT are in town. I'm going to take _ __ (5) to a concert this evening . Accept A: Do you want to go to the movies on Sunday afternoon? B: Sure. go to the movies 6.

... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ llftl~riiiER~ Good afternoon... A: Bye-bye.-..-.-.I'm pretty good. Use words or expressions from your vocabulary log. How are you? B: Hello. thanks.. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ___ Good rooming..Not bad.YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Make a vocabulary log.-.-...-. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Hello.-. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Seeyoulater...... _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ Nottoogood. © Cambridge University Press Photocopia ble Vocabulary Log: Unit 1 • 33 ...I'm just fine. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Seeyou...- I'm OK . John.fiOrlll liRE 'IOU? . _ _ __ _ __ _ __ I'm fine.- Have a good evening.-. A: Hi...Good evening. _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ So-so.. ... thanks. . .. _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ Good night.. _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ lli.. Later . .-. ..... I'm pretty good..-- How are you doing? .... _ _ _ __ __ __ _ Great.(italics = new word) PRACTICE Pair work Say hello and good-bye in different ways. B: See you...~Ill/ 600D·Il'IE Bye·...... .. .. _ _ __ _ _ _ _ __ Have a nice day. Good.-. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Bye-bye.. Write words or draw pictures to help you remember... TO .-..Not too bad.. Michael.... _________________ How are you? .... _ _ _ __ _ _ _ __ I'm great.. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Good-bye.. How about you? A: I'm OK.-. _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ See you tomorrow.-.

f "' "" © Cambridge Universjty Press Photocopiable .. ..f ' ... How much can you remember? Use words from your vocabulary log...." . Ask and answer questions...... .. Write words or draw pictures to help you remember.. PERSONAL THINGS AND CLASSROOM address book book _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ eraser glasses book bag hairbrush box key briefcase map camera newspaper cassette player notebook CD player pen cen phone pencil chair purse chopsticks stamp clock sunglasses desk table dictionary television DVDplayer umbrella earrings wallet encyclope<lia wastebasket English book watch PRACTICE Pair work Look at the picture for one minute. 4 ( 'I .YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Make a vocabulary log.. 34 • Vocabulary Log: Unit 2 .. ' . p . A: Where is the CD player? B: It's in the book bag... .... ' q <? I. ~ p .. CoveJ" it. . . I ... .... .. r I ...

0 ~• . little unfriendly pleasant beautiful pretty cute serious friendly short funny shy good-looking slim grumpy smart handsome tall interesting thin kind young nice '(!) l'!J.f} ~~ c[ DESCRIPTIONS OF PEOPLE}) f' a little heavy old a. What are the people like? Ask and answer questions. ©Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Vocabulary Log: Unit 3 • 35 . Use words from your vocabulary log. And I think he's smart. A: What's Alan like? B: He's handsome and tall.YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Make a vocabulary log.I·aw pictw-es to help you remember. Write words or d. (italics ~ = new word) PRACTICE Pair work Look at the picture.

..-. A: Is she wearing a skllt? B: Yes.-..------. Write words or draw pictures to help you remember.--...-------1 PRACTICE Pair work Think of a classmate. she is.-..-------.---. A: Is it blue? B: Yes.-----------------....~ I '--.. A: Is she wearing blue jeans? B: No.-----..-------.YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Make a vocabulary log. --.----------------...--------. she isn't.. Use words from your vocabulary log.. Your partner guesses.---------------.-----. it is. 36 • Vocabulary Log: Unit 4 © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . A: Is it Ana? B: That's right..---. A: Is the person a man m a woman? B: A woman.- 1 ! _________ ___ ___ _____________ ___ _________________ __ ____________ _ I I belt necklace skirt blouse pajamas sneakers boots pants socks cap raincoat stockings coat ring suit dress running shoes sweater earrings sandals sweatshirt gloves scarf swimsuit hat shirt tie heels shoes top jacket shorts T-shirt jeans (italics = new word) ~A ----------------- ~A <&> ® e >:< ~) .

and Mrs.-. Write words or draw pictures to help you remember.. What are these people doing? Ask and answer questions.YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Make a vocabulary log.. ACTIVITIES clean the house cook _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ read a magazine ride a bike dance _ __ _ _ __ _ _ __ run ---------------------shop do my homework _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ do the dishes _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ __ sleep do the laundry .. Use words or expressions from your vocabulary log.-.-drive study eat dinner .... Silver Amanda Ronald and Victor Richard Stephanie Jose A: What's Peter doing? B: He's doing the laundry. Peter Lucy and Steve Jim and Rachel John Mr.....get up surf the Internet _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ swim take a walk go to the movies walk the dog go to work watch television water the plants work _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ have breakfast have coffee write an essay have lunch listen to mus'ic play tennis (italics = new word) PRACTICE Pair work Look at the pictures.. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Vocabulary Log: Unit 5 • 37 .-.

.......... 38 • Vocabulary Log: Unit 6 © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable ....... -------------------------------------------------------------------- 5................. __________________________________________________________________ B Pair work Now read your clues to your partner.................. A: She's my father's sister.... .......................... Write words or draw pictures to help you remember..... -----------------------------------------------------------------6............ 1.... She's my father's sister.................. 2....... Use words from your vocabulary log... __________________________________________________________________ 3.................... Your partner guesses. · PRACTICE A Write clues about people in your family.........................................YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Make a vocabulary log................ -----------------------------------------------------------------4... B: She's your aunt! A: That's 1ight.........................................················································································································································································································································· FAMILY RELATIONSHIPS aunt grandson brother husband brother-in-law mother children mother-in-law cousin nephew daughter niece father parents lather-in-law sister grandchildren sister-in-law granddaughter son grandfather uncle grandmother wjfe grandparents (italics = new word) .....

. B: Is it near the window? A: Yes. it is.. Write words or draw pictures to help you remember....YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Make a vocabulary log... FAMih Y HOMES INJIDE AND OUTSIDE A HOUJI FURNITUU AND APPLIANCIJ armchair _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ balcony bathroom bed bedroom bookcase closet coffee table .curtains dining room garage dishwasher garden dresser haU lamp kitchen microwave oven laundry room mirror living room picture patio refrigerator porch rug stairs sofa yard stove washing machine (italics = new word) PRACTICE Pair work Choose a piece of furniture or a part of the house. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Vocabulary Log: Unit 7 • 39 .. B: Is it in the living room? A: Yes. Your partner guesses. it is. A: It's a piece of furniture. Use words from your vocabulary log. it is. B: Is it an armchair? A: Yes..

.. A: My brother has an interesting job. "'•-• •/.• JOBS actor librarian actress manager architect musician athlete nurse businessperson photographer cashier pilot clerk police officer computer programmer psychologist cook/chef receptionist dentist repairperson doctor salesperson dog walker security guard engineer singer firefighter teacher flight attendant travel agent journalist video game tester judge waiteT lawyer waitress (ita lics v-.YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Make a vocabuJary log. . Write words or draw pictures to help you remember. Use words from your vocabulary log. = new word) - ·~ PRACTICE Pair work Talk about your relatives' jobs.. 40 • Vocabulary Log: Unit 8 ©Cambridge University P ress Photocopiable .. B: ReaUy? What does he do? A: H e's a photographer.

too. and dinner? What are your favorite types of food? Ask and answer questions. A: What's your favorite food? B: I like beef and I like pasta. lunch.. Write words or draw pictures to help you remember. Use words from your vocabulary log. A: What do you usuaJ1y have for breakfast? B: I have coffee and bTead and butter. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Vocabulary Log: Unit 9 • 41 ._.:· apples crackers onions bacon cream Ol'anges bananas eggs pasta beans fish pickles beef fruit salad pie bread grapes potato chips broccoli hamburger potatoes butter ice cream rice cake j ~j elly sandwich candy lemonade strawberries carrots lettuce tangerines celery mangoes tea cereal milk toast cheese noodles tomatoes chicken nuts tortillas coffee oil yogurt cookies - '-- I I PRACTICE Pair work What do you usually have for breakfast.YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Make a vocabulary log. I sometimes have cereal. 61 ~ ~ ~000 AND 8(V(RA6(S JJL) ~ :~ ·.:.

42 • Vocabulary Log: Unit 10 © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable .YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Make a vocabulary log. Can you? B: No. A: I can play the piano. We have that in common. I can. A: I can play the guitar. * ~ HBILITIES UNO THLENTS ~ act play a musical instrument bake a cake play a sport cook ride a horse dance sing design a Web page sing English songs do gymnastics skate draw skateboard fix a car ski fix a motorcycle swim bike sm-f ice-skate take photos make a speech teU good jokes paint pictures use a computer -1'- play chess Mu5ltiJI ln5trumenn Sport5 bass baseball drums basketball guitar football piano golf saxophone hockey trumpet soccer violin tennis volleyball (italics = new word) PRACTICE Pair work What abilities do you have in common? Ask and answer questions. Can you? B: Yes. Write words or draw pictures to help you remember. I can't. Use words from yoill' vocabulary log.

YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Review the names of the months and t he ordinal numbers. How about you? © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Vocabulary Log: Unit 11 • 43 . Months Ordinal numbers January 1st fu·st 12th twelfth 23rd twenty-third February 2nd second 13th thirteenth 24th twenty-fourth March srd third 14th fourteenth 25t11 twenty-fifth April 4th fomth 15th fifteenth 26th twenty-sixth May sth l6lh sixteenth 27ili twenty-seventh June 5th sixth 17th seventeenth 28th twenty-eighth July 7th seventh 18th eighteenth 29th twenty-ninth August sth eighth 19th nineteenth 30th thirtieth September gth ninth 20th twentieth 31st thirty-first October 10Lbtenth 2ISL twenty-first November 11tb eleventh 22nd twenty-second fifth December PRACTICE A Look at Ron's special days. A: My first special day is February 14th. Then complete the chart with your special days. My special days Ron's special days February 14 Apri/10 June 15 July 4 4th Thursday in November Valentine's Day Debbie's birthday My birthday Independence Day Thanksgiving B Pai"r work Talk about your special days. B: Why is it special? A: It's Valentine's Day.

YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Make a vocabulary log. wrist ! 10. shoulder 5. mouth 2.. back I ... head I 11.hand 3.. leg 12.. 1. neck 14. 9. PARTS OF THE BODY"-----------.. finger 44 • Vocabulary Log: Unit 12 7.. Then write the correct w~rds .. knee 6. ankle knee arm leg back mouth chest neck chiu nose ear shouJder elbow stomach eye thi·oat finger thumb foot/feet toe hand tooth/teeth head wrist PRACTICE There are seven mistakes in the diagram.. foot ©Cambridge Uruversity Press Photocopiable . Find them. Write words or draw pictures to help you remember. nose _ __ _ __ 8.

You can see paintings at a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 3._.!<a. Write words or draw pictures to help you remember.!. Use words from your vocabulary log. You can buy a toothbrush at a _ __ _ __ _ _ _ or at a _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 5. ©Cambridge University Press Photocopia ble Vocabulary Log: Unit 13 • 45 .s"""u'-~"p'""""e"""'rm'-!.YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Make a vocabulary log. You can get a phone card at a _ __ _ _ _ __ _ B Pair work Compare your answers. 1. PLACES AND THINGS Places bakery library bank movie theater beach museum bookstore newsstand bridge park bujlding post office cathedral restaurant coffee shop shoe store department store square dntgstore stationery store flower shop supermarket gas station Things checkbook flowers pastries phone card gasoline toothbrush magazine traveler's checks (italics = new word) PRACTICE A Complete the sentences with appropriate places.or at a _ __.___ 2. You can get stamps at a _ _ _ _ _ __ __ 4.b~ a"""ke"'-'ryd'---._r=ke=t. You can buy bread at a _ _ _----ld:..

What did these people do on the weekend? Tell the class. she didn't. Then review the past form ofthe regular verbs. B: No. B: That's right. B Pair work Cover the pictures in part A. 46 • Vocabulary Log: Unit 14 © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . A: Laura mowed the lawn. Use words from your vocabulary log.t met wrote ate Regular verbs asked dusted listened relaxed talked walked called exercised loved shopped vacuumed washed cleaned invited mowed stayed visited watched cooked liked needed studied waited worked (italics = new word) PRACTICE A Look at the pictures.YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Write the present form of the irregular verbs. Talk about what the people did. SIMPLE PAST VERBS Irregular verbs bought read rode came sat did saw felt slept got had took weo. She vacuumed. How much do you remember? A: Max wrote letters.

Mr. You are not in high school now: A: What were your favorite subjects in high school? B: I loved physics. Tuesdays. Neale. Jefferson. ~ SCHOOL SUBJECTS ~ art history biology Japanese chemistry journalism Chinese Korean computer science matb dance music drama photography English physical education French physics geography Spanish (italics = new word) PRACTICE Pair work Talk about school subjects. A: Who is your math teacher? B: Mrs. and I liked chemistry. A: Who was your favorite teacher? B: My chemistry teacher. Use wm·ds from your vocabulary log. and Thursdays. ©Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Vocabulary Log: Unit 15 • 47 . Write words or dJ·aw pictures to help you remember. You are in high sch ool now: A: When do you have math? B: On Mondays.YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Make a vocabulary log. too.

......... Stan and Michelle are in home.-.. Unit 16 © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . 48 • Vocabulary Log... _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ __ 6.-. . Find the mistakes and rewrite the sentences..... Anne is away in a trip....5.. ....-....-.. Kevin is in the Italy......-.-. 1........4..... ..........-. Jeffrey and Kate are in the beach...-....- B Pair work Ask and answer questions about the people in part A..... . Susan is at the work. Rod is in vacation..-. Write words or draw pictures to help you remember...-.-....-3. PLACES at home in class at school in France at somebody's house in Paris at the beach in the hospital at the Jjbrary in the shower at the mall in the yard at the office in town at work on a trip in Asia on business in bed on vacation (italics = new word) PRACTICE A There's one mistake in each of these sentences......... A: Where's Susan? B: She's at work....-..YOUR VOCABULARY LOG Make a vocabulary log.. .2.-....

If necessary. 8 • Explain the task. Prepare A • Ss work in pairs to write questions. record the shows to play later. a camcorder to record the show Plan • Divide the class into small groups and give each a handout. Elicit questions and write them on the board. review Wh-questions. MY FAVORITE THINGS Aim: Give Ss practice describing objects. Ss create a business card for their partner. Materials: Cassette/GO player. • Option: For larger classes. Ss use the pictures or postcards to ask and answer the questions about their hometowns. • Ss use the pictures to cover their books. Encourage them to add a picture or design to the card. colored pencils or pens. Make sure they practice asking and answering questions. a "microphone" for presenters. Make one copy of Project 3 for every S. B • Ss write descripti01'lS of the clothes the models will wear. Then they interview a partner. Present • Have Ss present their covers to the class. show their business cards. glue or tape Plan • Show Ss your collage and ask them to identify the objects. Encom·age them to use articles and prepositions of place. help Ss decide what kind of clothes to wear. • Tell Ss to bring a picture or postcard of thei1· hometown to class. Make one copy of Project 4 for every group. • Remind Ss to write down the information to share with the class. Ss choose a type of clothing and brand name. 0 FASHION SHOW Aim: Give Ss practice describing clothing using the present continuous. Ss plan a fashion show. Preparation: Find a world map big enough for all Ss to see. Explain the task. • Option: If Ss are from the same city or town. Materials: Index cards or paper cut into card size and shape Aim: Give Ss practice describing cities. Encourage them to design fun or interesting clothes.0 E) WHERE ARE YOU FROM? BUSINESS CARDS Aim: Give Ss practice exchanging personal information. have Ss present their covers in small groups. pins Plan • Show busi. Preparation: Make a collage of your favorite things as an example.ess cards to the class. • Divide the class into small groups. • Give each group a handout. • Explain the roles Ss can play. scissors. If necessary. Remind them to use as much detail as possible. suggest they play photographers or stylists. Preparation: Bring pictures ofmodels on a runwav or a televised fashion show. Ss look tlrrough magazines and cut out pictm·es of their favorite things. if available. Present • Have groups perform their shows. Plan • Give each S a handout. Make one copy of Project 2 for every S. Present • Ss take turns placing the picture or postcard of their partner's hometown on the map. If Ss are uncomfortable on stage. Make one copy of Project 1 for every S.n. Pay attention to their use of articles. Encourage them to find or draw pictw·es that express who they are. Ss discuss the questions in groups. If possible. Materials: Tape. Ask: ''Which one do you like best?" Elicit answers and reasons. Prepare • Explain the task. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Projects Teaching Notes • 49 . Materials: Magazines. Encourage other Ss to ask questions. Preparation: Bring business cards as examples. Present • Ss go around the class. Give each S a handout. Prepare • Ss work in pairs. have them give information about their neighborhood. Have them give at least three pieces ofinformation. Ss discuss the questions in groups. and introduce themselves. Prepare A • Explain the task.

Wednesday and 7:00A. brainstorm activities that people do every day or every week. Prepare • Divide the class into small groups. • Option: Assign the same t ime to each group.Q WHAT ARE THEY DOING? f) DREAMHOME Aim: Give Ss practice using present continuous. • Explain the task.M. • Explain that each S is responsible for one room. Present • Starting with the earliest time. • Option: Have Ss research the job on the Internet. Saturday).g. Materials: Poster paper. 50 • Projects Teaching Notes Plan • Have Ss work in pairs.. Encourage Ss to be creative. Remind them to explain how the person's schedule is different from theirs. Materials: Magazines. Remind Ss to describe each room. Give each pair a handout and explain the task. Present • Have groups share their posters. Present • Have groups explain their homes to the class. furniture. B • Refer Ss to the floor plans on page 44. 0 WHAT DO YOU DO? Aim: Give Ss practice asking simple present Wh-questions. Then ask Ss to discuss the questions. colored pencils Plan • As a review. including rooms. • Option: Have Ss act out verbs. review questions on pages 52-54 of the Student's Book. Preparation: Make one copy of Project 5 for every S. candles.g. Prepare A • Each pair joins another pair to discuss the questions. Encourage them to choose someone whose job is interesting or whose job they might want. Prepare A • Ss choose someone to interview. If necessary. Ss label the rooms and furniture in the house. colored pencils or pens. Give each S a handout. paintings). • Divide the class into small groups. Then Ss make a collage. Preparation: Make one copy of Project 8 for every S. Material: Poster paper Plan • Give each S a handout. Give each S a handout and focus Ss' attention on the pictures. glue or tape Preparation: Make one copy of Project 7 for every two Ss. B • Outside of class. Aim: Give Ss practice using There is and There are. Ss create a floor plan. Prepare A • Each pair joins another pair. Present • Have Ss shru·e their calendars with the class. poster paper. Ss write sentences about themselves and compare answers with a part ner. Ask them to make a poster advertising the job.40 of the Student's Book. • Explain the task. If necessary. Ss interview the person and Tecord the information. • Option: Bring cardboard boxes and scraps of material. If necessary. Encourage them to be creative. • Option: Have a job fair. Explain the task Ss choose a person to interview about their job. Have Ss make a 3-D version of the room. • Option: Have Ss predict answers and write follow-up questions. elicit jobs. Ss look through magazines and cut out pictures of activities that people do at that time of day. Encourage Ss to choose a person whose daily schedule is very different ft·om theirs. have groups share their posters with the class. • Have Ss discuss the questions in pairs. Materials: None Plan • As a class. scissors. Part of each group stays at their "booth'' to explain the job. Explain the task." © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . Prepare: Make one copy of Project 6 for every S. B • Ss interview the person and create a calendar. but give them different days of the week (e. Encourage them to make the job sound appealing. Ss write a list of questions about daily schedules.. and accessories (e. review questions about schedules on pages 39. lamps.M. 7:00A. Remind them to explain what the people are doing. • Refer Ss to the sample poster on the handout. Other Ss guess the verb. review vocabulary by eliciting the names of rooms and furniture. • Have Ss write questions. Ss take turns being a ''recruiter" and an "applicant. Have each group choose a time of day. Others go ru·ound to lerun about other jobs. G A TYPICAL DAY Aim: Give Ss practice describing daily and weekly routines.

Prepare • Focus Ss' attention on the invitation on the handout.':!. pictures. Give each pai. Remind them to make theit. Ss write questions to find out the most common abilities and talents in the class. Preparation: Make one copy of Project 11 for every group.g. improve their English). have a class party. e THEFIVEBESTWAYS Aim: Give Ss practice asking for and giving advice. As a review. Remind them to include three meals a day and snacks and to consider portion size. Have Ss choose one thing people want to do. Then have Ss vote on the best piece of advice. Explain the task. using color.. Tell Ss to make a list offoods that the diet allows. Explain the task. Refer Ss to the poster on page 83 of the Student's Book. colored markers Plan • Ss work in pairs. Preparation: Make one copy of Project 9 for every S.r a handout and focus their attention on the chart. religious or personal beliefs). dress). Give each group a handout and explain the task. Outside of class. Present • Have groups share their charts with the class. nationality. Then they use the information to make their own chart. Then elicit answers from the class. Preparation: Make one copy of Project 12 for every two Ss. • Option: If possible. for health.g. • Ss work in pairs. elicit the names of the foods. Prepare A • Divide the cJass into small groups. Preparation A Prepare A • Each pair joins another pail·. Remind Ss to write the answers. save money. Ask groups to design and make an invitation to their party. Materials: None Plan • Give each S a handout and focus Ss' attention on the pictures.C) WHAT SHOULD I EAT? Aim: Give Ss practice using count and noncount nouns. Preparation: Make one copy of Project 10 for every two Ss. find a better job. • Explain the task. and designs. Present • Have groups share their posters with the class. Encourage each student to write at least one question.party sound like a fun event. age. Encourage them to use colors to identify categories (e. • Elicit other details Ss should consider (e. Ss ask people for suggestions. decorations. blue for men and red for women. green for Brazilian and blue for Korean). • Explain the difference between a diet to lose weight and a diet based on lifestyle choices (e. Ss discuss the questions.g. Encourage them to be creative. Materials: Poster paper. LET'S PARTY! Aim: Give Ss practice using Wh-questions and the future with be going to. Materials: Colored pencils or pens. colored pencils or pens Plan • Elicit difficult things that many people want to do (e. Ss choose one of the diets to research. theme. lose weight. Give each pair a handout and explain the task. Present • Have groups share their invitations with the class. • Option: Have Ss organize the data by gender. etc. Remind Ss to explain the r esult. Projects Teaching Notes • 51 . ©Cambridge University Press (J) Photocopiable • Each pair joins another pair. Ss choose a special occasion. 8 • Ss go around and ask their questions. B • Ss make a poster of the most common answers. fitness. Encourage other Ss to ask questions. Ss write five more things. B • Have Ss plan a three-day menu for someone on the diet.. get more sleep. know about these diets?" Elicit answers. Encourage them to find or draw pictures for each suggestion.g.. Ss make invitations for special guests.. Encourage other Ss to make suggestions and ask questions. ~ CLASS SURVEY Aim: Give Ss practice talking about sports and talents. • Ask the class: "What do you. • Option: Take a class vote on which party Ss would most like to attend. music. Material: Poster paper. Then have Ss answer the questions. paper Plan • Divide the class into small groups. Present • Haye groups explain their menus to the class. • Option: Have Ss prepare a dish from their menu and for everyone to taste. Then they plan a party.

Refer Ss to the Web site on page 111 of the Student's Book.-plain the task. Ss write a question on one side and the answer on the other side. • Have Ss design a Web site with events the audience would enjoy. ~ WHAT'S GOING ON? Aim: Give Ss practice describing events. • Option: Ss choose any world city and list its tomist attractions. Refer Ss to the reading on page 91 of the Student's Book. • Give each group ten cards. sports).g. Materials: Poster paper. A • Each pair joins another pair. • Elicit suggestions. brochures of tourist attractions Aim: Give Ss practice asking questions using the simple past. Preparation: Make one copy of Project 13 for every two Ss. • Have each group make a poster of five activities. Pay attention to Ss' use of the simple past. • Option: Have the Ss vote on the best season. Present • Play a game. Preparation: Make one copy of Project 16 for every S. Ss research the person to answer the questions and find additional information. • Have Ss share the information with the class.zy map. music. Present • Have groups share their Web sites with the class. Encourage Ss to explain why they chose each event.d choose one person. E:ll.g. B • Have groups choose an audience. Explain the task. Material: c.. Prepare • Groups choose a season and discuss things to do during that season. Ss list attractions in their city or town. music fans). Then ask: "What do you know about this person?" Elicit answers. Give each pair a handout. food. Preparation: Make one copy of Project 15 for every S. Plan • Give each S a handout and explain the task. Refer Ss to the map on page 90 of the Student's Book. Encomage them to describe each place. • Outside of class. e MY FAVORITE SEASON Aim: Give Ss practice using simple past Preparation: Make one copy of Project 14 for every group. • Elicit answers from the class. Then ask: "Why should someone visit these places?" Elicit reasons. Encomage them to use newspapers. ar·t. Prepare A B B • Ss write ten questions about the person. Prepare A • Divide the class into small groups. or the Internet. Groups take turns reading their questions to the class. Ss decide on a city and choose places to see. • Have Ss write a walking tom of the city. art lovers. Materials: Poster paper · Plan • Give each S a handout and explain the task. • Option: Instead of reading the questions. Materials: Index cards or paper cut into card size and shape Plan • Ss work in pairs. 52 • Projects Teaching Notes © Cambridge Un1versity Press Photocopiable . Ss find information about upcoming events. • Elicit names. Ss compare information and discuss the questions. colored pencils or pens Plan • Divide the class into small groups. Ss compare lists an. • Option: Assign each group one attraction and have them research it and write a description. The first person to answer correctly gets a point. Ss discuss the questions. If necessary. Ss describe their experiences. Prepare • Divide the class into small groups. Have groups describe events in that category. Present • Have groups shat·e their posters with the class. families. Encourage Ss to think of real experiences they had. Present • Have Ss share their maps with the class. Encourage other Ss to ask questions. Give each group a handout. Encomage Ss to use an actual map of the city to verifY street names and intersections. • Option: Assign each group one kind of event (e. Other Ss guess the questions. Ss read the answers. Ss write the names of five famous people. • Have Ss draw a map of the walking tom. magazines. elicit audiences (e. Encomage Ss to use photos or draw pictures of each event. • Option: Assign a season to each group.f) HOW DO I GET THERE? ~ CELEBRITY TRIVIA Aim: Give Ss practice giving directions and describing places..

ona ro_ae diomonct. sett. Thomas ATTORNEY AT LAW . Show classmates yom card and introduce yourself. ont.~frmbt•r qf 1111' TEl: B11r A f50ciltlion 1:1) 55f>-7Hll0 Plan Group work Discuss these questions.BUSINESS CARDS 70 Cedar Street Matthew G. What is a business card? What information is on a business card? What pictures are on a business card? What colors are on a business card? Webu . What is yom name? What is your address? What is ymu phone number? Where are you from? What is yom favorite color? Other questions: B Pair work Use the information to make a business card fm· your partner. Use these questions and your own questions. Ne 28970 Prepare A Pair work Interview your partner. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Projects: Unit 1 • 53 .que furnitures. 226 Norfh M0 . Include a picture or design. Present Class activity Go around the class. ona f Pomtings. r. PoHersvm 111 street e.

Choose things that will help your classmates know you better. Cut photos from magazines or draw your own pictures... Present Class activity Explain your book cover to the class.The picture next to it is .MY FAVORITE THINGS Plan Group work Discuss these questions.-· I like it because .. What is your favorite color? What is your favorite movie? Who is your favorite actor/actress? What is your favorite school subject? What is your favorite kind of music? Prepare Find pictures of your favorite things. Then cover your book with the pictures.-. Use these sentences to help you.-...-.. It is my favorite _ _ _ _ __ _ __ because _ __ _ __ _ __ 54 • Projects: Unit 2 © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . The picture at the top i s ...

Share your pjctw·es or postcards. Then take turns asking and answering questions. What ? Where ? Who ? How ? ? ? ? Prepare Pair work Imagine you are going to visit your partner's hometown. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Projects: Unit 3 • 55 .WHERE ARE YOU FROM? Plan Write questions someone might ask you about your city or town. Give at least three pieces of information about the city or town. Then desc1·ibe your partner's hometown. Write your partner's answers. Then find a picture or postcard of your hometown to bring to class. Present Class activity Put your partner's picture or postcard on the map.

Name of brand:---.. What clothes will you wear? Who will be the models? Who will be the presenter? What music will you play during the show? What other things will you need to have? B Group work Write descriptions of the clothes the models will wea:t'.-... Discuss these questions.FASHION SHOW Plan Group work Imagine you will design a new line of clothing. Remember to describe colm·s and patterns.-.. Present Class activity Perform your fashion show. Then give your descriptions to the presenter to read to the class. Then choose a name for your brand.. Decide what kind of clothes to design.- Prepare A Group work Plan a fashion show for your new brand. 56 • Projects: Unit 4 © Cambridge Unjversity Press Photocopiable .-. Kind of clothes: .

..... Projects: Unit 5 • 57 .-. Find pictures ofwhat people are doing at that time of day.-......-........- It's 5:00P........-.. It's 7:00A......... It is _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ (time) and he/she is _ _ __ _ _ __ _ -ing. Explain what the people in the pictures are.dojng.. Use these sentences to help you.. It is © Cambridge University Press (time) and they are Photocopia ble -ing..-.. and I ' m .....-.... Then make a poster with the pictures.... and I'm ....It's 9:00A.- It's noon and I ' m . Cut photos from magazines or draw your own pictures.-.- Prepare Group work Choose one of the times above..... and I ' m ....- It's midnight and I'm ..M..-It's 8:00P.-.M...... and I'm . Then compare your sentences with a partner.-.....-......-..M............-...-..-. Present Class activity Show your poster to the class.M.-........WHAT ARE THEY DOING? Plan What are you doing at these times? Write sentences using the verb be + ing..

Then create a calendar for a typical day in the person's life. Then write questions about his or her daily routine. Write down the answers. What time do you wake up on weekdays? When do you eat lunch? What time do you go home? Wbat do you do in the evenings? When do you go to bed? Other questions: B Pair work Interview the person about his or her daily routine. 58 • Projects: Unit 6 ©Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . Present Class activity Share your calendar with the class. What do you do every day? What do you do every week? Is a student's daily schedule different from a businessperson's schedule? Do you think their weekend routines are the same or different? Prepare A Pair work Choose a person with a schedt1le that is different from yours. Explain how the person's schedule is different from yours.A TYPICAL DAY Plan Group work Discuss these questions.

Then each person chooses one room to design. How many rooms are there? How w:ill each room be used? What furniture do you need in each room? What else does the home have? B Group work Draw a floor plan of the house or apartment. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Projects: Unit 7 • 59 .DREAM HOME Plan Pair work Imagine tbis is your house. Explain why you chose the furniture and location. Write what you would use each room for. Present Class activity Tell the class about each room in your dream home. What furniture do you need in each room? Basement First Floor Prepare A Group work Design your dream home. Use these questions to help you.

Where do you work? What do you do. Then write questions about his or her job. Try to make your classmates want the job. Which job do you want to do? Why? Prepare A Group work Choose a person with an interesting job. exactly? How do you like your job? What time do you start and finish wm·k? Other questions: B Group work Interview the person about his or her job. 60 • Projects: Unit 8 © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . Then make a poster to advertise the job.WHAT DO YOU DO? Plan Pair work Look at the pictures. Present Class activity Share your poster with the class.

© Cambridge Unjvers] Ly Press Photocopiable Projects: Unit 9 • 61 .. Make a list of foods that a person on the djet can eat...- Prepare A Group work Choose one of the diets above or a diet that is very different from your own.... Which diet probably includes foods that you like? .. Answer these questions. dinner... Then research the diet on the Internet. lunch.-. Present Class activity Explain the diet to the class.-.WHAT SHOULD I EAT? Plan Look at the pictures... B Group work Use the information to plan a three-day menu. and a snack for each day.. Remember to include breakfast...Which diet probably includes foods that you don't like? ... Then present your three-day menu.

Write at least one question for each student in your group. What do you do in yom· free time? Who do you do it with? Where do you do it? How often do you do it? When do you do it? Other questions: B Group work Ask your questions to each student in the class.tvturnoff. Discuss these questions. Remember to read each question and explain the results..CLASS SURVEY Plan Pair work Look at the chart. 62 • Projects: Unit 10 ©Cambridge University Press Photocopiable .org Prepare A Group work Find out about your classmates' abilities and talents.-11!!:== l-7 7-year-o/d children watch TV in front of a TV screen Source: www. Use these questions and your own ideas to make a survey. Be sure to write down all the answers. Then use the information to draw a chart.. How many hours do adults watch TV? How many hours do 1-year-old children watch TV? How many hours do 2-17-year-old chlJdren watch TV? How many hours do children spend in front of a screen? How many hours is the TV on in an average home? adults watch TV I::::J•. Present Class activity Share your chart with the class.

. . Then des:ign and make an invitation..... .. When are you going to have the party? Where are you going to have the party? What are you going to do at the party? What time is it going to start? Who are you going to invite? Are you going to have food? What kind? What other things are you going to need? Prepare Group work Make the fmal arrangements for the party. .-.. ...... .. .......... . . Col/ me thts week to let me know if vou 're . .. ......... • • ... .. .r..~d~a~v. ... • •. . Then use these questions to help you plan. '..... Time: <f{JO P 1'1... ·...~...• •• " .. -·1!•'· ... ~~• .......¥·· ...~ .. ..... *. .• ·. ... ~ t~ .··: :~ lt' .....:- .... " ~c~os~u~a~l ..... :.. . ..·....·•..~~~e~h~r~u~or~v r ..·. ~5~th~----------------!.......•~r·..... . •. . 1Vben:~S......~a~tu~r. . 1' . •. .~ • •~.. gomg to come/ Hope you can make it! PS Don't soy anything to Pedral ..LET'S PARTY! Plan Group work Imagine you are going to have a party.. ~ ...... •• ) What. Decide on a reason for the party..:.• . tt . ...rry to make the party sound fun! © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Projects: Unit 11 • 63 .: ·.. ....... .·.. +..• tt~~···"' tr ~ ....... • ..... ·... .· ~·... Present Class activity Share your invitation with the class. -. RSVP . ......_. . ' ~ . ______________________________ •· l)ress• ·..... a surprise birthday party for Pedro ·.

Then ask at least ten people for advice on the best way to solve your problem. Prepare A Group work Compare your lists and choose one challenge. 1.THE FIVE BEST WAYS .. 2. 64 • Projects: Unit 12 ©Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . Make a list of five challenges.. 3. Present Class activity Share your poster with the class. Ask your classmates for other suggestions. 5. Find photos or draw pictures for each suggestion. Then vote on the best suggestion. B Group work Use the information to make a poster of the most common answers.. 4. Plan Pair work Think of some difficult things that many people want to do..

B Group work Draw a map of the city that includes all the places.HOW DO I GET THERE? Plan Pair work Make a list of some popular attractions in yorn: city or town. Prepare A Group work Choose a city and at least five places for a visitm· to see. Wlite directions from one place to the next. Present Class activity Share your map with the class. Then plan a walking tour of the city. Include interesting information about each place. ©Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Projects: Unit 13 • 65 .

Discuss these questions. Show why it's the best time of year. Think of fun or interesting things you did during that season. 66 • Projects: Unit 14 © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . Describe your experiences and explain why they were fun or interesting. Then use photos or drawings of those things to make a poster. Present Class activity Share your poster with the class.MY FAVORITE SEASON Plan Group work Talk about seasons ofthe yea1·. What's yom favorite season? Wby do you like it? What fun or interesting things can you do during this season? Prepare Group work Choose a season.

(Don't write any yes I no questions. Use these questions and your own questions to research the person. ©Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Projects: Unit 15 • 67 . Then choose one person you want to know more about.CELEBRITY TRIVIA Plan Who do you think arc the five most famous people in the world today? 1. Write the answer on the other side of the card. ----------------------------. ------------------------------ Prepare A Group work Compare your lists. ------------------------------ 3. The person that answers the most questions correctly wins.) Then write a question on each card. ------------------------------ 5.2. Wbere was the pm·son born? When was t he person born? Where did the person grow up? What was the person's major? B Group wo_rk Write len questions about the person. -----------------------------4. Present Class activity Play a game of Celebrity Trivia! Take turns reading your questions to the class.

and events in your city or town. Choose an audience. New York Events Kids Musical Poetry Four living composers find inspiration in tfie writings of three famous poets. More in Art _j Music Theater TV Sounds of the Sixties Dirty Rotten Good-bye to /VYPDBiue Three very different acts cometo New York. Explain why you think the events are suitable for that group. • THEATER: Shockheaded Peter. Which activities would be interesting for adults? Which activities would teenagers like? Which activities would be fun for children? Which activities would be good for visitors? B Group work Design a Web site about upcoming events. Prepare A Group work Compare your information. festivals. Present Class activity Share your Web site with the class. More in Classical More in Kids Movies Robots Art Overheatd at the museum What the audience really thought about the exhibit. The Central Park Easter Egg Hunt An event for children of all ages.Amusic~JI tale about scary things that happen to naughty children. More in Music Scoundrels Dirty flouen Scoundrels is a fun show wnh a terrific cast. 1 I More in Tbeater Afarewell to the last cop show with characters. New York Events: About Us • Contact Us • Privacy Policy • Terms of Use • Search • Advertise with Us • Newsletters 68 • Projects: Unit 16 © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . More In Movies THE WEEK'S TOP EVENTS ART: Basqutat at thfr Brooklyn Museum • Exhibit of paintings by the 1980s art star. • NIGHTUFE: Savion Glover-The great tap-dancer performs a one man show. • MOVIES: Millions. Then discuss these questions.WHAT'S GOING ON? Plan Find out about shows. Then describe at least three fun or interesting events for people in that group. Share your findings with the class. More in TV This animated film is about ayoung inventor who dreams of making the world a bsner place.Oanny Boyle creates a filmabout two kids who find a giant suitcase of money.

HORNE: How do you spell that? Is it M-A-L-0-N-Y? JERRY: No. B 5. Number the pictures from 1 to 5. I'm from the U. . MR. 1. 2. HEE SoaK: Where are my keys? ToNY: Well.. it is. Her fa:rnily is from Argentina.2. I'm not. Your class is in room four. Thanks. SAI\'DY: Where is my earring? Answer Key A Answers will vary. MR. 1'hanks. HORNE: 385-4107. They're under the map. 2. It's nice! J AsoN: Thanks. Have a nice evening. Tos1-rr: Rivera? How do you spell that? ANA: R-1-V-E-R-A. ? [Track 3} B 'What are the people talking about? Listen. Look at the pictures again. it's not. but we're from Brazil originally. MA. False False True False c 1. See you tomorrow. JERJ. CAROLINE: Are my earrings . . my family and I are he1·e in the United States now. Unit 1 MAN: Hee Sook. JASON: Is my camera in front of the television? 2.W: Good night. right? JERRY:Yes. WOMAN: Where is the teacher from? MAN: He's Japanese. 3.b Unit 2 2. MAN: Is her fu·st language French? WoMAN: Is this your earring. Audio Script WOJ:\11\N: Where are you from. 1\tlR. No. 4. No. it is. ANA: No. they're not.~: Answers will vary.. 4.ANSWER KEY LISTENING (WITH AUDIO SCRIPTS) 5. 5. HORNE: Your last name is Maloney. Check the correct response. WOMJc\N: Is my key under the chair'? C Listen and circle the correct information. Where are you from? [Track 51 B Listen to the students' conversations. Sarah? Al·e youAustralian? SARAH: No. ? [Track 41 Tos. ANA: Hi. Sandy? WOMAN: Who are they? SANDY: Yes. Audio Script Hello and good-bye [Track 11 8 Listen and check true or false.4. Horne. I don't know. 4. . Is this your . right? ANA: No. 1. l'vlAN: Ca.HJ: Hi. 3. Ana. 5. I think. 1bny? Is this your .K . MAN: Where are your keys? HEE SOOK: Hmm. b answers.roHne. HoRNE: OK. Where are you from? [Track6] C Listen and check the con·ect response. 3. 1bshi. a:r·e these your earrings? CAROLINE: Yes. 4. HoRNE: Jerry? JERRY:Yes? MR. it's M-A-L-0-N-E-Y. 2. 1\tlAN: Is this your camera.next to the CD player? 3. 4. 3. MAN: Where are you from. Carr. WOMAN: Where is he fmm? WoMAN: Where's my key? MAN: Is this your key? WoMAN: Yes. are these your keys? HEE SooK: No. Thanks a lot. MAN 1: Is Maggie's first language Spanish? MAN 2: Yes. Tosm: And I'm in room five. thanks. How are you? Tosm: I'm fine. it's on the chair. It's next to the cell phone. 1.3 Audio Script c 1.rr teacher isMs. thanks.from 'lbkyo. it is. And what's your phone number. Yes. that's not right. 1. Rivera. b 3. Thanks.the United Kingdom. MR. 2. Mr. b Answer Key A Unit 3 B 1. they are. 1. You're in my English class. I'm with Mr. 3. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable Answer Key: Listening (with Audio Scripts) • 69 . Jason? JASON: Yes. Yo1. Jerry? JERRY: It's 385-4107. they aTe. 4. Circle the conect 2. Hello and good-bye [Track 21 C Listen to the questions.

sunny Tokyo: cold. In fact. or evenmg. MAN 1: What are you doing? WoMAN: Hey. 1. 6. Answer Key Audio Script Unit 5 What color are your socks? {Track 7] Audio Script B Listen to the conversations. MAN: Who's your best friend? Answer Key A B 1. Tom TOlVI: Hello. What a day! See you later. Tom. too. cap 4. 6. MAN: What a cmte cap! Wol'lrAN: Thanks.. 4. snowing. WoMAN: Are you and your family from Canada? Answers will vary. sunny c 1. hub? $ How's the weather? [Track Bl $ What are you doing? £Track 101 B Listen to the weather report. Cool. This is Bob . What are you doing? ToM: I'm watching television. The temperature? Minus nine degrees Celsius. [beep] WoMAN: Hi. jeans 3. PauJ PAUL: Hello. 2. 0 MAI'l: What's Tokyo like? 5. very cold. MAN: Great sneakers! after eleven. A perfect day for shorts and a T-shilt. tie 2. W hat time is it? SoNlA: It's 7:15. TIM: Hi. socks How's the weather? A 2. MAN 1: You're wearing my favorite jeans. shirt 6. 6. sneakers 5. but it isn't snowing. Paul.L'f: Thanks. c NewYork:-9 Rio de Janeiro: 27 Tokyo:3 Unit 4 0 What eo/or are your socks? A Answers will vary. Sonia. Yep. What part of the day axe the people talking about? Check morning. But I'm really hungry this morning. He's from Santiago. Axe you working? PAUL: No. It's Tiro. Circle the time you hear. b 4. I'm checking my e-mail. windy Rio de Janeiro: hot.. 3. DAD: It's yom· father. It's cold. It's a beautiful winter day. DA. Complete the chart in part today in these cities? Check the correct information. Lee in Seoul. His name is Robert. What are you doing? JULIE: I'm studying.m: Yeah. WOMA. 0 What time is it? [Track 9] B Listen. It's Annie. Yes. and it's very windy. I know. And of course it's very. 5. W Ol\oiAN: What calor are those socks? MAN: They're purple. C Listen again.4. What's t he Weather like B Listen to the conversations. Bob. b Answers will vary. MAN 1: What time is it there? MAN 2: It's 9:00A. © Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . Write the temperature in each city. WEA'l'HER PERSON: What a day here in New York! It's snowing. and I'm leaving work right now. They're my two b1·others. Number the clothes in the pictures from 1 tc 6. 5.M. It's me. 70 • Answer Key: Listening (with Audio Scripts) Jur. We're fi·om Vancouver. a 3.m id. MAN: Hey. It's Spanish. The temperature? Three degrees Celsius. li'L'\N: Thanks. Al'lNrE: Hi. BoB: Hi. it's not. 1. 3. No. It's sunny and bot. 4. we are. WoMAN 2: Yes. I'm not. afternoon. WOMAN: That tie is great. 2. MAN 2: They're your favolite? 3. Dad.D: Julie? Jm.m: Hello. The temperatut·e today in Rio is 27 degrees Celsius. b 8 B 1. but it's n ot hu. It's 4:45. It's big and exciting. minus nine! Our fi:iends in Rio de Janeiro are having a great day. B New York: cold. Nice shirt! MAN 2: I'm calling Mr. WOMAN 1: Axe you eating your lunch? It's onJy a quarter MAN: I think so. A Julie C Listen again. it's very sunny. Leave a message. Nice! And Thkyo? What kind of weather are t hey having there today? Hmm. Dinnertime! 2. 4. Not bad.

at BJ's Department Store. 'I'oon: OK So. Answer Key Answers will vary. Do the people like t heir jobs? Check the correct column. M. It's pretty easy. 4. 'l'oon: How about tomatoes? Do we need any tomatoes? Ot. Olivia and Todd ar e shopping. MAN: And wh at do you do. I work at Kennedy Iligb School. And skiing's dangerous! 72 • Answer Key: Listening (with Audio Scripts) ©Cambridge University Press c c Audio Script Some people arc talking about jobs. sofa. Ray? RAY: Good. Toon: There's no chicken on our list: I think we have some chicken in the freezer at home. Listen and check the con·ect response. MAN: You work at a hospital. ~ Marisa: likes Ray: likes Victor: doesn't like Unit 8 0 ' 'c c c 1.. discussing their abilities and talents. WOMAN: I'm sorry.. you're right. store Victor: coshier.'I: Really? That's nice. Tlu·ee women are A Answers will vary. List 3 WOMAN: Yuki doesn't like her job. we do. A lawyer doesn't have an easy job. B 4. c c Unit 9 A MAN: A lawyer's job is difficult. But we do need steaks. 2. 1. thanks. Marisa M&'l: Hey.'I: Oh? Where do you work now? RAY: Downtown. armchair c Ray: security guard. What's new with you? VlC'l'OR: l have a new job. It's dangerous. Rctually. We need some potatoes. What do you do? [Track 141 1.isten again. dresser. Oh. OK Let's go to the cashier. I love my job! Ray WOMAN: How's work. Victor. OLMA: Oh. Number the pic:tures from 1 to 3. I can't. 1. I agree. 2. That's too bad. exactly? MARTSA: I'm a nurse. [Track 15] 8 Listen to the conversations. stove 3. C Listen again. OLtVTA: Let's go over there to the dairy section. OLIVTA: Let's go over to the meat department. good. WOM. C T. WoMA~: Oh. T ODD: Do we have any milk? OLMA: Yes.3 MAN: \Vhat does your sister do? c 2. right? MARJSI\: No. MAN: Oh. 3. Correct your guesses. 3. Answer Key Audio Script Where do you work? Can you fix things? [Track 16] 8 Listen to the conversations. Marisa. restaurant Answers will vary. wh at do we need? OLlVlA: LeL's look at the vegetables. Victor. And some chicken for Saturday night . 0 1. you know. 0 Victot· WOMAN: Hi. How is that? Difficult? !l'lARISA: Not t•eally. WoMAN: And arc you happy at your new job? RAY: Yes. Unit 10 3. fm a cashier.s. bed. They're on the list. We need some butter. WOMA. Look at the shopping lisl. She's a flight attendant. And it's not nice at all! It's a very borin g job.. They have my favorite kind. Let's go food shopping.-\1\: Can you ski. but [like it. And you? WoMAN: Fine.. Photocopiable c c . We need some steaks for dinner tonight . 1. T ODD: Is thal all? OLtVTA: Almost. refrigerator. 3 Q What do you do? Audio Script Where do you work? [Track t3J 8 Listen to the people talk about their jobs. we have some at home.A. 2. Whitney? WHITNEY: No. How are you ? VICTOR: P retty good. We need some cereal.IVLA: Yes.A B 2. I have a new job. Check Olivia and Todd's list. I love that store! Axe you still a security guard? RAY: Yeah. Where are you going? Mt\RLSA: To work. 1. coffee table. I am. OLMA: Yeah. rug 2. \Vbere do you work? VICTOR: At Annie's Restaurant. Where do they go? Number the pictures from 1 to 4. Toon: OK .

FRANCES: No sports? DR. she can't.CINTOSH: Sorry to hear that. No.O. . Oh. BARRY: Tomorrow's my birthday. DR. No. Yes. her dad/father 2. M. Paula? go fishing in Stevens Park. you have the ilu. Ben. I can't play e. doctor. \VO.d I are going to see a sh ow. My dad and I are going to go fishing. Wo.MACIN'l'OSH: There's only one thing to do: Go home and sleep. [Track 78} B Listen to the people talk to the doctor. where's that? Law. B 2. 2. 3. No.: Audio Script I Happy birthday! [Track 111 B Listen to the conversations. his brothers Unit 12 Audio Script I feel terrible. Thanks. I have sore knees.A.. 3. Have a good t ime. P AUL<\: I'm going to Wo:vr~: Fishing? PAULA: Yeah. And don't play any sports this week. No.·a DR. rm 3. not really.\IAN: How great! What :u-e you goiog to see? Cmus: Music to My Ears. she can't. DR. MACINTOSH: Do you have a fever? LAURA: Yes. Dr. I can't sing very well. but I can play the guitar. MACINTOSH: What's the problem? BEN: I nave a bad earache. Use the drops in the morning before breakfast. MAN: Do you have any technical skills. 1. Unit 11 . DR. and I have this bad cough. How's your back? FRANCES: It's better. DR. B Laura: She has the flu. How are you? DR. and I can ice-skate really well. she can't. she can. . Thank you. M. Who are the people going to celebrate their birthdays with? Complete the chart. Frances: First. she can. his best fi·iend 3. she can't. WoMAN: That sounds like fun. No. BEN: Before breakfast? OK Thanks. it's my knees. Suki? SUKI: Technical skills? NL<\i'f: Yeah. I can't. 2. Frances FRANCES: H ello. DR. C Listen again.<\CINTOSH: That happens to athletes. And I can dance. You don't look very well LAU. I'm ten'ible! I guess more mechanical. Yes. I can fix cars and other things.ny musical instruments like the piano or the guitar. I can use a computer. she can. MACINTOSH: H ere's what you're going to do. DR. :VIAN: Are you musical? SuKJ: I think so. We always go fishing on my birthday. too. Dr. I see.MAN: Where's it playing? CHRIS: It's at the Broadway Theater. Happy birthday! C Listen again. DR. how are you today? BEN: I feel really terrible.3. Frances. Answer Key MAN: Are you musical. MAciNTOSH: Law·a. I can't dance at all. MACINTOSH: I'm fine. LAURA: VVhat can I do? DR. Chris? CHRis: My best friend an. B 2. Yes. BARRY: It's an Italian place downtown called Luigi's. but I can't fix things. Number the pictures from 1 to 3. Now. she can't. she can. MAciN'roSH: No sports! FRANCES: OK.1 c 1. MACINTOSH: So. thanks. WOMAN: Oh. What sports do you play again? FRANCES: Tennis and volleyball. WOMAN: What are you going to do for your birthday. WoMAN: Really? How are you going to celebrate? BARRY: My brothers are going to take me to my favorite restaurant. Macintosh. take some aspirin. I can play tennis and basketball. MACTh""''OSH: Hmm. How are you? FRANCES: Not so good. What advice does the doctor give his patients? Answer Key A Answers will vary. WoMAN: That sounds really nice. LAUR. I guess I'm more athletic. 3.RA: And [ feel awful! DR.1 c 1. Macintosh.: OK.MAN: AJ:e you mechanical? Can you fix things? WIDTh'EY: No. doctor. May? 11AY: No. Macintosh. 11AN: Can you dance? MAY: No. Frances: She has sore knees. C Listen again. Ice-skating's my favorite sport. Yes. Yes. 2. Dr. Can you fix things? Can you use a computer? Smo: Well. Answer Key A Answers will vary. 'What's wrong with each person? A Ben Answers will vary. I'm going to give you some drops. WoMAN: Are you going to do anything special for your birthday. Check the correct response. I can do that. MACIN'I'OSH: Well.

MAN: Where's the musewn? TINA: It's on the comer of Cen ter Avenue and First Street.Tina 3.T b. We just made some sandwiches and ate them with some chips. and we go there every day . WOMA. b. Were your guesses correct? ©Cambridge University Press Photocopiable . Don't play any sports this week. it's right across from the coffee shop. Simon WOlluu'-': Tell me about your hometown.. Oh. The coJTec shop is between the bookstore and the drugstore. My family often has ln·eakfast there on Sundays. Chock the correct answers for each person. What did Meg's mother do over the weekend? Check the correct picture or pictures. too. 1. I did. a terrific restaurant.. MOTHER: So.F 2. Tina MAN: Do you spend a lot of time in your hometown. MOTHER: That's nice. STEVE: It's great. lt's right across from the restaurant. The coffee shop has great hamburgers. MOTHER: What did you do Friday night? Did you study for your exams? ME:c: No. but Jennifer got something for her sister's birthday. There's a great museum. Did you cook clinner? MEa: No. Steve 2.F 3. l never study on Friday or Saturday nights. I cooked all day on Saturday.F b. Mo't'ffi-. WoMAN: Is there a park there? STEVE: Yes.between the bookstore and the drugstore . My school is on First Avenue.? [Trock 221 8 Listen to the conversations. Steve Wol\IA. Check true or false. Sometimes my friends and I have picnics there on Saturdays. Answer Key WOMAN: a . Simon. we didn't cook. there's a terrific bookstore on Main Street. 3. Simon. Is it nice? SIMON: I think it's great. MEa: Yes. and Freda and Alcx came for dinner.S. Meg and her mother are talking about the weekend. b. [Track 19] 8 Listen. The bank is across from the restaurant. and the movie theaLer is right next to the restaurant. Did the girls stay late? :rv!EG: No. Mom? Did you have a nice weekend? MoTHER: Yes. I do. Jenn:ifer and Trish came over. J didn't. Next to the bookstore. WO::\lA. Mom.R: Did you buy a book? MEc: No. b. MoTRER: That's good. [Track 201 C Listen to Lhc sltttemenis. I did. Mom. Steve. Then we watched TY. not really. MEG: That sounds greaLI Did you do anything interesting today? MoTHER: Not t·eally. Unit 13 Audio Script Tell me about your hometown. The school is next to the park.when it's not raining or cold. The drugstore is on the corner of First Avenue and Main Street. C Listen to the rest of the conversation. There's a really big park on FirstA'\fenue. it sounds like you bad a fun Friday night. Afoor the movie. The important street is First Avenue. It's my time to relax. and Sleve are talking about their hometowns. Look ai the maps again. Tell me about your hometown. I love going back h ome.'\t: Tell me about your hometown. Tina. I go there a lot on the weekends with my friends and sometimes with my family. The school's between a drugstore and a coffee shop. so my friends and I eat there a lot. Your father and I just stayed home and relaxed.Frances: Take some aspirin. a. Tina? TINA: Yeah.t'l': a. 2. next to t he post office. MOTHER: So what did you do? MEG: I actually had a great time. b. we went down to Bobbie's Books. and a movie theater. The park is on First Avenue. Simon 7 4 • Answer Key: Listening (with Audio Scripts) B study cook watch TV see a movie go to a bookstore buy a book No No Yes Yes Yes No c Pictures 1 and 2 Unit 15 Audio Script Were you born in the U. Write each person's name under the map of his or her hometown. Did Meg do these things on Friday night? Check yes or no.. It's open late on Fridays. MEG: So bow about you. A Answers will vary. MAN: a. Answer Key A Answers \vill vary.T Unit 14 Audio Script What did you do this weekend? [Track 211 8 Listen to the conversation. The restaurant is next to the museum."'\t: What do you do there on the weekends? STEVE: Well. a.t here's a really good coffee shop. B 1.

I was. WOlVlAN: Hello? TERRY: Hello. Where did the people grow up? Complete the chart with the name of the city or country. BoY: What's your n umber? NuRSE: The number here is 944-4920. Bye. I'm his son. C Listen again.but I moved to the U.. 2. and we grew u:p here in Santa Fe. She wants to have lunch on Sunday at the new Italian restaurant. MAN: Hello? JOYCE: Hello. Can I take a message? NURSE: Yes. but I was born in Thronto. she's not here right now. 1975. MAN: What about your parents? MARIA: They're from Mexico originally.S.A: Yes. BoY: OK. Caller's number: 917-8426 . MAN: Did you go to college here. too? BARBARA: Yes. Call him tonight. TERRY: Thanks very much. MAN: Did you and you:r brothers and sister all go to college? MARIA: Well. Thanks.-- . But can you ask her to call me at home tonight? The number's 346-9761. This is Terry Porter. Bru·bru:a MAN: Were you born in the U. English Mada: the U. My brothers and my sister and I were all born here in the U. I was born there in 1982. but I'm working as a dance teacher.. WoMAN: Pe1Ty? TERRY: No. Numbe1· the pictures li:ora 1 to 3. please? MAN: Sorry. Tell him we can have lunch on Sunday. 2.S. Call her office before Monday morning. Is Clarissa there? WOMAN: No.1 c 1. WOMAN: So you grew up in Haiti. where are you from? TYLER: I'm originally from Haiti. TYLE~: That's right. Can I speak with Tim. MAN: Does be have you:r number? JOYCE: I'm not sure.S. My family moved to Chicago when I was very young. Please tell Clarissa that there's a rock concert tomorrow night. Paulsen there? BoY: No. WoMAN: OK. He wants to invite you. B Barbara: Canada. 1. I did. I'm sorry. NORSE: Is Mr. I want to go to the new Italian restaurant. I'm calling from Dr. MAN: OK JoYCE: I have to go out now. be's in class. Please tell bim his appointment has changed. Tiro's sister. I'd like to invite her to go with me if she's free. WOMAN: OK TERRY: I'm calling from a public phone because I'm not home right now. 'I'yler.S. C Listen to the phone calls again. Mada? M. JOYCE: Thanks a lot. For: Dad Message: Dr. Can I give bim a message? JOYCE: Yes. Answer Key A Answers will vary. my sister's still in high school. You:r appointment changed. Math c Maria: Santa Fe Tyler: Haiti Unit 16 Audio Script Can I take a message? !Track 23] B Listen to the people in the pictures make phone calls. and I came here for college. but my brothers and I all finished college. Caller's number: 944-4920 3. The doctor can't see him on Monday because she has to work at the hospital. Call her tomoiTow at work. 3. Bloom's office. So we moved here in 1980. Can I take a message? TERRY: Yes. Mru·ia Mk'f: Were you born here in New Mexico. My major was drama. Ask him to eall ou:r office before Monday morning. Canada. For: Tim Message: Your sister Joyce called you. but they came here a long time ago. BoY: Uh-hub.I was born there . I was born in 1979 right here. 1982. She can't meet you for dinner on Friday night because she has to visit her friend in the hospital. Tyler WOMAN: So. It's now next Thursday at three thirty. I grew up here. about three years ago. MAN: All right. Bye.RJ. B 3.. but he can eaU me at work tomorrow.. The doctor· can't see you on Monday because she has to work at the hospital. Can you please tell Tim I can't meet him for dinner on Friday night? I have to visit my friend in the hospital. WoMAN: What are you studying? TYLER: Math. drama '!Yler: Haiti. There's a rock concert tomorrow night. I was an English major at the University of Chicago. Caller's number: 346-9761 2. MAN: When did you move to Chicago? BARBA.M.o. Baxbara? BARBARA: Well. Good-bye. Answer Key A Answers wil1 vary. I was born in 1975 and I was five when we moved.RA: Well. 1979. It's now next Thm-sday at 3:30P. Bloom's office called you. he's at work. For: Clarissa Message: Terry Porter called you. CotTect the false information. Look at the message pads. please. Terry. BoY: Hello? NURSE: Hello. It's 917-8426. I'm Joyce.

Answers will vary. sh e doesn't study math. 4. ?. Answers will vary. Answers will vary. aren't B Answers will vary. aren't f) Find similarities A Answers will vary. B Answers will vruy. It's a cell phone. 5. it isn't. She studies computer science. jeans. Yes. A 2. is sleeping. a sweater>a jacket. jeans. they are. 5. Unit 1 0 What's your name? 8 Unit 5 1. A: Who is yow· best friend? B: Answers will vary. They're under the table. Clark doing? 7. sn eakers. (or No. 3. What's Mr~ .) is eating pizza. 4. 10.) 3. and sunglasses. are l)laying soccer. 2. What are John and Peter Unit 6 Q Aboutyou 1. Bob is wearing a shirt. ·what's Brian doing? 4. No. Rosie is wea1ing a scarf. a sweater. D. t h ey are. 8. Is this (or Is it)? 8 1. 6. 'l'hey're earrings. A: Is yow· family large? B: Yes. They're keys. What are Linda and Debbie doing? Where are they? 2. $ How much do you know? A Answers will vary. 4. isn't 7. B 1. No. In Picture 2. What's Jennifer doing? 8. 2. A: What is your last name? B: Answers will va:ry. 9. isn't A An!>wers will vary. In Picture 2. 0 What's your job? A works I Is I am I do I Is I is I do I wo1·kl work B 3/1/5/ 4 /2 f) Who is it? Answers will vru·y. are 5. He works at a library. a hat. Rosie is wearing a scarf. It's in Spain 4. sunglasses. No. No. it isn't. Photocopiable . and boots. 3. is watching the boys. and sneakers. 9. they aren't. it is. 6. Memory game doing? 0 Unit 3 6. and boots. a jacket . 3. is running. 6. A: Where is yoUJ' best fi-lend from? B: Answers will vary. I have a brother and a sister. it is. Wh at's Aogela doing? 3 . Yes. I t's on the television. 4. 3. Wbere are 5. I don't have three brothers. isn't Student profile 2. Unit 2 0 Classroom objects 2.ln Picture 1. 8. she doesn't live :in Miami.C. (or studying. No. is 3. f) Find the differences In Picture 1. He's I her I She's I She's O lnthepark Hello and good-bye Answers will vary. It's next to the chair. gloves. it isn't. What are 3. are reading.) 2. he doesn't work :in an office. f) What's the apartment like? A h as I does I does I doesn't I Do I don't I Does I does 0 8. they aren't. jeans. They're :in Australia. these (or they) $ 4. jeans. Are I am I your I I'm (or It's) 2. 4. Possible answers: New Delhi and Mumbai 8. Bob is wearing a shirt. 7. 5. P ossible answers: Tokyo and Kobe 5. is taking a wall{. they are. Wlwt's Justin doing? 6. 7. a tie. B: Yes. She lives :in Washington. No. 76 • Answer Key: Grammar True about you? Unit 8 What are they wearing? A 2. Yes. (or No. Where is 6. © Cambridge University P ress c c: c c Unit 7 Unit 4 0 5. No. It's a briefcase.Answers will vary. 5.

Unit 13 Directions -. 2. where do you and your friends go?) B: Answers wiTI vary.sa didn't read a book. Holidays and celebrations 0 Messages A 2. Answe1·s will vary. She relaxed. Unit 10 Q Interesting places Q Aboutyou Answers will vary. 5. 0 B Answexs will vary. Nicole didn't go shopping.you 4. Around the school A Answers will vary. who do you usually see?) B: Answers will vary. A: What was your school like? B: Answers will val'y. 1. A: What sports do you lik e? B: Answers will vary. 3. Nicole relaxed. 3. Answers will vary. A: How often do you listen to music? B: Answers will vary.. 4.11!" Unit 9 0 Whats for lunch? 0 Unit 14 0 What did they do on the weekend? A 2. . A: Where did you grow up? B: Answers will vary. Teresa went shopping. Answers will vary. B B 2. She went shopping.rs will vary. A:. Unit 15 0 When you were a kid f) Personality types A Answers will vary. 6. Mark Invitations A Answers will vru:y 5. A: Who were your two best ft'iends? B: Answers will vary. 2. 3. us Answers will vary. 3. Robe1t read a book. me 5. He went dancing. Linda's brother and sister 6. 3. 5. Do you ever . 3. ? A Answe.. Tere. 6. help I Go I Listen I work 0 4. A: Where do you and your friends go on weekends? (or On weekends. B: Answers will vary. Phil Health problems Giving advice Answers will vary. A: Who do you usually see ill your free time? (or In your free time. Frank rudn't see a movie. Beethoven's Ninth Symphony . 0 A Answers will vary. Debbie had dinner with friends. . A: Were you a good student? B: Answers will vary. Frank went dancing. A Answers vnll vary. have I take ! drink 2. Unit 11 0 4. Mark and Sue 3. 4.. 2. 4. them 6. B: Answers will vary. 5 .. have I Go I take I rest An interview Unit 16 Q Pians 0 1. What was your favorite class? B: Answers will vary. it B Unit 12 1.

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