CLASSROOM PHOTOCOPIABLE TIMESAVERS

Ready-made activities for busy teachers!
• TIMESAVERS are a series of supplementary photocopiable materials for
English teachers to use with students aged 11 years and upwards.
• TIMESAVERS save teacher preparation time with a wide range of easy-to-
use iessons and activities, providing refreshing and motivating ideas for
classes at all levels. They are ideal for developing topics, introducing or
revising language areas, or supplementing existing course materials.
• TIMESAVERS are easy to usel Simply select the activities by language
point, activity type or theme and photocopy the pages you need!
A full answer key is included.
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SKILLS
TIMESAVER ELEMENTARY LISTENING (with 2 COs)
ELEMENTARY - PRE·INTERMEDIATE
This book comes with two CDs full of listenings to supplement Elementary
to Intermediate level coursebooks. The activities practise listening skills as
well as focusing on structure, function and vocabulary. Students are given
the opportunity to discuss a variety of topics and are also introduced to
some stories from English literature.
TIMESAVER PRONUNCIATION ACTIVITIES (with 2 COs)
ELEMENTARY - INTERMEDIATE
This essential resource is full of fun pronunciation activities aiming to
improve students' fluency and confidence and to equip them with the skills
they need to understand and be understood in the world today. A free
colour poster of the phonemic chart with accompanying ideas for
exploitation is also included.
LANGUAGE PRACTICE
TIMESAVER 50 MIXEO·ABILlTY GRAMMAR LESSONS
ELEMENTARV - INTERMEDIATE
This rich resource provides grammar practice activities for the mixed-ability
class covering the main Elementary, Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate
structures. Each lesson contains three graded levels of activity based
around each structure. Activities include language games, quizzes and
articles and are suitable for individual study and whole class participation.
CONTENTS
UNIT MLE FUNCTION PAGE
Introduction
~ 1 LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT
~ 2 LET'S PARTY
~ 3 LOST: ONE BIG, FAT SPIDER
~ 4MYCLUB
~ 5 GOT THE T-SHIRT
~ 6 CAN YOU ... ?
~ 7 FAB PHONES
~ 8 IT'S MAGIC
~ 9 A TICKET TO RIDE
~ 10 THE SATURDAY SHOW
() 11 WHAT ARE YOU WEARING
() 12 MY MUM HATES MY ... !
() 13 SANDWICH BAR
() 14 SUNDAY FETE
() 15 FUN RALLY
() 16 YOU MUST SEE ...
() 17 BUY ME! BUY ME!
() 18 I'M ALL EARS!
() 19 HOW BRAVE ARE YOU?
() 20 WHAT DID HE SAY?
~ 21 ON-LINE SALE
~ 22 CARDS, CARDS, CARDS
~ 23 LOOKING DIFFERENT
~ 24 TEEN MAG
~ 25 GIVE YOUR ROOM A MAKEOVER
~ 26 GHOST WALK
~ 27 CRINGE
~ 28 APOLOGIES.COM
~ 29 WHAT AM I THINKING?
~ 30 SUMMER LOVE
() 31 WHERE ARE YOU?
() 32 BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU!
() 33 TRUE COLOURS
() 34 PRIZE-GIVING
() 35 WE'RE LISTENING TO YOU!
() 36 THE STORY OF HORACE HUMP
Describing people
Making invitations
Describing pets
Describing activities
Asking and answering questions
Expressing ability
Making suggestions
Giving instructions
Giving directions
Expressing likes and dislikes
Making suggestions
Giving advice
Expressing choices
Asking for clarification
Expressing obligation
Making recommendations
Describing products
Understanding and giving messages
Speculating
Understanding announcements
Understanding adverts
Greeting people
Giving advice
Making suggestions
Describing past habits and comparing
Asking for and giving information
Describing an experience
Apologising
Giving instructions
Expressing broken promises
Giving directions
Giving personal information
Agreeing and disagreeing
Saying 'thank you'
Making arrangements
Telling a story
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Teacher's notes and transcripts
Giving instructions
Asking for personal information
Talking about free time activities
Giving instructions
INTRODUCTION
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1 What is the Common European Framework?
The Common European Framework (CEF) seeks to standardise the description and assessment of levels achieved in
different languages across Europe.
A1: This is the first level described by the CEF and it refers to students in their first year or two of studying English.
This can otherwise be referred to as Elementary.
A2: This is the second level which is usually reached by students who have been studying English for up to three years.
This can otherwise be referred to as Pre-Intermediate
'Can-do' checklist
The Can-do checklist at the end of each unit tells the teacher and students what particular aspects of language the unit
has practised. They are called 'can-do statements', as they concentrate on the language learners can successfully use in
English, and are directly linked to the CEF descriptors for these levels. The contents page of this book summarises the
functional language practised.
2 Why should I use this book?
It is a rich resource of lively, photocopiable materials for use with secondary-school students who have been studying
English for one to three years.
This book is perfect for teachers looking for interesting skills work to complement a course book.
• The topics are fun and engaging for teenagers.
• Each unit is carefully staged to be both entertaining and achievable.
• Each unit presents and practises a wide range of new vocabulary.
• Each unit provides REAL language practice, linked to the CEF descriptors.
• Each unit provides practice in writing and speaking, and reading or listening.
• Each unit takes between 45-60 minutes of class time.
3 How dO I use this bOOk?
~ This shows that the unit is reading based.
(if) This shows that the unit is listening based. This example indicates that the listening is the second in unit 12.
The book is divided into two sections. Units 1-20 are suitable for students at A1 level and units 21-40 are for students at
A2 level. The first ten units in each section have a reading input and the second ten have a listening input.
Within the sections, the units gradually become more difficult. (The grading of the units is a guide.) You may wish to use
the more difficult units to stretch your students or easier units for less advanced classes.
The Teachers' Notes, at the end of the book, give ideas on how to stage the lessons. There are also some suggestions for
extra activities, keys to the exercises and transcripts for the listening items.
Select activities to give extra practice for language presented in your course book or simply for fun! Choose the
appropriate units for your class from the contents page where you can find information about level, topic and language
items practised.
Writing activities can be used for homework, or done in class, at your discretion.
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1 LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT
( ~ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ~ ~ ~ ~ - ~ ~ )
Read this poem. Do you like it?
'L' is for your Lips
'0' is for Only you
'V' is for Very special
'E' is for Everyday I think of you.
There is a new website called Findlove.com.
Read about these people and match them to the pictures.
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r-l B. I'm Mandy. I'm sixteen and a half and I have red
hair and green eyes. I live with my parents in
Birmingham. I work in a clothes shop on Saturdays.
In the evening I like going dancing. I really love
music. ! have a lot of CDs and sometimes I sing
with my friends! I hate going to the gym!
...JA. Hi! I'm Rachel. I'm thirteen years old and I'm
blonde with blue eyes. I live in London. I'm not
very tall but I'm quite slim. I'm a student and I
study English. I want to be an English teacher. I
love Italian food and films. My favourite actor is
Johnny Depp! I don't like boy bands.
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C. Bonjour! My name's Jacques and I'm French. I'm
sixteen and I play the guitar in a band with my
friends. I go to Aries Music Academy! I have long
dark hair and green eyes. I'm into music and
dancing and of course I love fashion! I really don't
like football.
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D. My name's Mike. I'm fourteen and I'm in third
year at secondary school. I have dark hair and blue
eyes. I live very near Dublin. I'm tall and slim. I like
skateboarding and the cinema. I'm learning French
and Italian. I don't like other sports very much.
This site is fictional.
3 Choose A, B, C or D.
1 Who has dark hair?
2 Who has green eyes?
3 Who likes music a lot? .....
4 Who likes Johnny Depp? .
5 Who likes languages? .
6 Who is the oldest? .
7 Who is the youngest? .
B Who doesn't like the gym? .
9 Who wants to be a teacher? .
10 Who isn't English?
4 Which people do you think make good pairs?
.......................................... and Why .
.......................................... and .
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Unjumble these words from the text. Then match them with their meanings.
1 He's tequi slim.
2 I'm not ton; it.
3 I layrea/love it.
4 Music dacayem
...... a) school.
....................... b) not very fat
c) I don't like it.
d) I like a lot.
!) What are you into? Write three sentences. What are you not into? Write three sentences.
!) Speaking. Look at this information about two more people. You and your partner are Jenny
and Mark. Ask your partner questions.
Jenny
Age: 13
Home: London
Hair: Brown
Eyes: Brown
Body shape: Plump, short
Studies: Second year secondary
Likes: Sport, reading, horror stories,
friendly people, dogs
Dislikes: Television
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Writing. Work with a partner and write a
website entry for a new person: funny or
serious!
Then read out your entries to the class.
Who makes the best pairs?
OR
Write an entry for someone in your class.
Don't put the name on it.
The class must guess who it is.
Silent dictation: Now, choose a website entry
from exercise 1 and dictate it to your partner
BUT you must not speak! Your partner
must not look at the exercise! You can only
use your lips!
Can you do it?
Can-do checklist
D I can understand simple information.
D I can understand simple descriptions of people.
D I can ask and answer questions about myself and other people.
D I can write simple phrases about myself and other people.
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1 The English party is at school! at Mandy's house.
2 Tom's mother! father is cooking.
3 Tom's party will be inside! outside.
4 Helen's parents will be in! out.
5 Helen's party is for her birthday!
her sister's birthday.
6 They will! won't speak English at
Sue and Mary's party.
:I Read the invitations again and circle
the correct answers.
!) Talk about these questions.
1 Do you like parties?
2 What sort of parties do you like?
3 When do your friends have parties?
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@ Where will you see these things? Put a tick (./), a cross (I() or write 'probably' in the boxes.
party A party B party C
CD player ,/ probably X
video player
sun umbrella
sausages and beef burgers
coke and crisps
fish and chips
smart clothes
casual clothes
a British flag
5 Ask your partner about each party.
1 What food will they eat at Tom's / Sue's /
Helen's party?
2 What clothes will they wear?
3 What things will they do?
6 Complete these sentences with words from
the invitations.
7 Speaking. Look at these answers:
a) Thanks. I'd love to come.
b) Sorry. I can't make it.
Invite your partner to the parties below. Use
the expressions in exercise 6. Your partner
can accept or refuse. How quickly you can do
ALL the invitations - correctly?
Now change over!
1 I'm a party Wednesday.
4 Please me know ASAP.
2 It will be 9 o'clock my house.
3 .. you like to come?
,!) Writing. Work with a partner and think of
your own special party. Write the invitation
and decorate it.
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My house.
fel: 0223 566728
Can-do checklist
D I can understand dates, numbers and times.
D I can make basic invitations.
D I can accept and/or refuse invitations politely.
D I can write simple invitations.
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3 LOST: ONE BIG, FAT SPIDER
i) How many animals can you find?
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M 0 D P H N
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5 0 G L U R
1 Do you like animals?
2 Do you have any pets?
Read the notice. Whose pet is lost?
LOST
Abig, fat spider called "Milsy".
Milsy.is a female tarantula and she is very dangerous.
She IS brown and hairy .and IS 12 cm long. She IS six
months old and likes eating small mice and sleeping in
beds. She IS very frrendly. We last saw Milsy
sunbathing in the garden on Tuesday.
If you frnd her. please contact Nick on 1566 333461
!> Unjumble these words from the text. Then match them to the pictures.
1 elamef
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2 Iindfery
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3 riyah
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4 snaghinbut
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5 reganosud
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Read the notice again and complete the information,
1 Animal's name: .
2 Type of animal:
3 Age: .
4 Length:
5 Colour:
6 Food:
7 Likes:
8 I last saw it: .
9 Owner: .
10 Phone number:
.,!) Complete the questions on ONE card only, A or B.
and complete the form.
Then ask about your partner's lost pet
What's the animal's ? (Jeff)
."",,,,, type of '" is it? (Snake - python)
How is it? (1 year)
How is ? (2 metres)
• '''''''' """."".. " is it? (Black and blue)
What kind of food ""."".. it "".. "".. ".? (Mice)
.. ""."..... does it like? (People)
Where did you ... "". it last? (In a tree last Monday)
" .. """. is its owner's .. "".""""",,? (Kale)
What is your """.""". " .. """.. ".: (20792 445638)
Animal's name " •.•.•• " .."""••"".. "
Type of animal ""••••••••· ·,,·
Age .
Lenglh .
Colour .
Food " .. "....... . """.
Likes .
Saw it last ".
Owner .....••..••.•••.••.•••••••..
Phone number """ .
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Whafs the animal's ? (Terry)
.................. type of Is it? (Tortoise)
How is it? (80 years old)
How is ? (28 cm)
.... (Black and brown)
What kind of food it ? (Cabbage and flowers)
...... ........ does It like? (Sleeping)
Where did you it last? (In a box in the kitchen)
........ is its owner's.. .. ? (Jack)
What is your : (20792 900978)
Animal's name ..
Type of animal .
Age .
Length ..
Colour ..
Food .
Likes ..
Saw it last .
Owner ..
Phone number ..
6 Here are some words we can use to talk about animals. Draw lines to connect opposites.

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7 Write adjectives from exercise 6 with these animals.
........................... parrot
.......................... rabbit
.............................. cat
.................. elephant
.. chicken
.............................. horse
...... iguana
....................... dog
8 These words from this unit are not spelled correctly. Can you correct them? DON'T look back!
hairi Tiusday tortose dangerus queit parot frendly
9 Writing. Write a 'LOST' notice. You can choose any animal!
Speaking. Work with a partner. Ask and answer about your lost pet.
Can-do checklist
DI can understand short, simple descriptions.
DI can ask and answer questions about other people.
D I can write personal details.
D I can write simple notes and complete forms.
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4 MVCLUB
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Talk about these questions.
AAre there any clubs at your school? What are they>
re you a member? .
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Look at these pictures and think of names for these clubs.
1 2 . 3 ..
4 .. 5 . 6 . .....................
Here is the name of a new club
in this club. ' The Lord of the Rings Club. Tick the things you think they do
read books write stories
. .
.....................
The Lord ofthe Rings Club
There is a new club after school on Mondays in Room ID. Would you
like to be a member? There are ten members and we all love Tolkien.
In our club you can talk about the Lord ofthe Rings books and filmS. You can
play Lord ofthe Rings games and learn Lord ofthe Rings magic! We have Lord
ofthe Rings quizzes andcompetitions and eat Lordofthe Rings food! Ifs cool.
Ifyou want to be a member ofour club- please sign your name below.
The club secretary: Kathy 8arnes
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5 Read the notice again and answer these
questions.
4 What can you do in the club?
1 When is the club? .
S How can you be a member?
2 Where is the club? .
3 How many members are there?
6 Who is the club secretary?
6 Are these words positive or negative? Write P or N.
a) fun b) boring c) brilliant d) cool e) rubbish f) exciting
7 Which of the clubs in exercise 2 would you like to go to? Tell your partner why.
I'd like to go to the Magic Club. I think it sounds brilliant.
8 In pairs, invent a club. Complete the information in column 1.
2
Name of club
Secretary's name
When
Where
How many members
Activities
Can-do checklist
to Writing. Write a notice for the club you like best.
Use the ideas in exercise 8.
o I can understand notices.
o I can ask for and give information.
o I can give a short description of something.
o I can write a simple notice.

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Speaking. Change pairs. ask about your partner's
d-
Write down the information in column 2. .:" ",c .
Begin like this: What is the name of your club?
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Asking and answering questions
5 GOT THE T-SHIRT!
:!> Use these words and label the T-shirts. funny fancy designer baggy plain tight
1 2 3 4 5 6 ..
Questionnaire. Complete the questionnaire about T-shirts for you. Write a, b or c.
Me A B
I How often do you wear a) very often b) sometimes c) not often
2 Howmany T-shirts do you have? a) a lot b) a-few c) not many
:3 00 you like plain T-shirts? a) yes b) it depends c) no
4 00 you prefer T-shirts with a) words b) pictures c) both?
5 00 you like designer T-shirts? a) yes b) it depends c) no
6 00 you like your T-shirts a) baggy b) tight c) normal?
7 What's your -favourite colour -for T-shirts?
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What's your -favourite T-shirt?
!) Ask a partner and complete
the questionnaire. Find
another partner and ask again.
What is a 'slogan'?
a) something you eat
b) a special message or words
c) a picture or logo
Read this website advert and answer true or false.
1 You can't buy T-shirts on the internet.
2 T-shirts are not popular today.
3 Some people put words on their T-shirts.
4 There are not many slogans.
5 You can have words in different languages.
6 Sometimes it takes a long time to get your T-shirt.
7 A lot of people buy plain T-shirts.
gottheTshirt.com
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T/F
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T/F
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Do you want to be different from your friends? Are you looking for a special T-shirt?
Thousands of people visit our website every day. You can choose a T-shirt just for you!
You can have any slogan or picture you want. It can be funny, pretty, unusual or fancy!
You can have words on the front or the back or both. They can be in another language too.
It's easy! Choose your design, size and colour. Make your order and your special T-shirt
will arrive in just 3 days! What do you want on yours?
This site is fictional.
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Asking and answering questions
~ ~ Here are some T-shirts you can buy on 'gottheT-shirt.com'.
Match the slogans to the pictures.
1 I'm cute!
2 I love Harry Potter.
3 I'm an angel.
4 Red lorry, yellow lorry.
S Bad Hair Day!
6 I'm a little devil!
Which one is difficult to repeat quickly?
Do you know more slogans to put on
a T-shirt? Write them here:
V Here are some slogans for fronts and backs of T-shirts. Match the fronts with the backs.
Fronts Backs
@ Writing. Write about your favourite T-shirt.
Describe it and say why you like it.
a) Sleep in the kitchen!
b) Versace.
c) Perfect!
d) Not you, creep'
e) Brrrrummm!
f) You're too close!
Hi Handsome!
I love cars.
If you can read this,
I'm only 99%
You want breakfast in bed?
My other shirt is a
o I can ask and answer questions about
myself and others.
o I can understand simple information.
o I can write simple messages.
Can-do checklist
® Speaking. Design a T-shirt for someone in the
class. In groups, present your design. Can
your friends guess who it is for?
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6 CAN YOU...?
Some people can do strange things with
their bodies! Like this! Can you do this?
3 Match these questions to the pictures.
!) In A there are seven verbs and in B there
are 10 parts of the body. Complete them
with the letters.
A.
P W T 5 M R
Move
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B T W Th M E T N E H
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1 Can you touch your nose with your tongue?
2 Can you move one eyebrow? .
3 Can you touch your wrist with your thumb?
4 Can you put your toe in your mouth? .
S Can you touch your toes?
6 Can you move your ears? .
7 Can you stand on your head? .
S Can you write with both hands?
9 Can you read upside down?
Now ask your partner to show you.
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~ Read this short article. What can Martina do really well?
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very year, in Marston village, there is an important competition.
Today is the day of 'The Ugly Competition'. People come from all
over the world and try to make the ugliest face. The winner last year
was Martina Bates and she made a realiy horrible face! Martina
says that she practises a lot. Sometimes people think she's rude
but she's only practising! Martina learned to make faces when she
was five years old. She wanted to frighten her sister! In England they
say, 'If the wind changes and you are making a face, your face will
stay the same for ever.' ! hope it's not windy this afternoonl
5 Now correct the underlined words.
1 The competition is in a different place each year.
2 People make beautiful faces.
3 Martina learned to make faces when she was ten.
4 Martina doesn't practise much.
5 If the wind stops, your face will stay the same.
® Find words in the text that mean:
1 a small town
2 not beautiful
3 not polite .....
4 to scare.
5 kind of weather when the air moves a lot
l) Can you make ugly faces? Have a 'Ugly Competition' in your class.
® Writing. Here is another strange competition: 'Can you eat six burgers in two minutes?'
With a partner, think of 4 more 'Can you' competitions!
® Speaking. Here are some more 'Can You' questions. Ask your partner.
1 Can you say 'Hello' in four languages?
2 Can you make the noise of a police car?
3 Can you sing a song in English?
Can-do checklist
4 Can you touch your nose with your foot?
5 Can you name three famous English footballers?
6 Can you say English words for one minute?
D I can ask and answer questions about ability.
DI can understand a short. simple article.
DI know the parts of the body.
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7 FAB PHONES
1 How many words can you make from the
letters in 'MOBILE PHONES'?
2 Match these words to the pictures.
e-mail photos games ringtones video alarm
1 . 2 . 3 . 4 . 5 .. 6 .
Hi Ben!
I've got a brilliant new mobile! I got it for my birthday
from Mum and Dad. It's wicked! It's the new Nokia and
I can take photos and videos with it. It's got quick texting
so I can text you really fast now. It's also got a lot of
games and I can e-mail from it too. I want a funky
ringtone. Any suggestions?
Love Penny xxx
Dear Penny,
Lucky you! My phone is really old. It hasn't got video,
photos or quick texting. It takes so long to send
messages. My ringtone is boring too. I'd love a new
Nokia. Why don't you get a ringtone from the net? You
can get pop, R&B, classics, etc. and you can change your
ringtone every day! How about a photo of me on your
screen?! You can take a photo with your phone this
evening! CUL8R.
Ben.
~
Read these e-mails and circle the right answer.
1 Penny asks Ben about a) videos. b) alarms. c) ringtones.
2 Ben tells Penny to get a ringtone from a) a friend. b) a magazine. c) the internet.
3 Penny got the phone from a) her sister. b) her parents. c) a friend.
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@ In the e-mails, find words which mean:
1 wonderful . 4 also ...
2 lots of . 5 See you later .
3 cool . 6 I'd like .
5 Talk about these questions with your partner. 6 Look at the e-mails again and complete.
She says: ?
Ben gives suggestions like this:
Penny asks Ben for suggestions. 1 What is your favourite ringtone?
2 What is your favourite game?
3 What is your favourite colour for a phone?
4 Which is most useful for you?
a) quick texting b) video c) photos d) e-mail
Why .. .......... you ? How a photo ?
7 Your Mum wants to buy a new mobile. Use the ideas in boxes A and Bto complete the sentences.
Why don't you .
2 I don't know which colour to have. Any suggestions?
1 i'm going to buy a new mobile. Any suggestions?
How about .
B.
It's a cool colour.
It's funky.
It's a wicked phone.
It's much cheaper.
A.
silver
a new Nokia
a contract
the new Eminem song
3 Shall I get a contract or a card? Any suggestions?
Why don't you
4 I don't know which ringtone to get. Any suggestions?
How about .
8 Writing. Write an e-mail about your mum's new mobile. This is the information.
Eriksson Black Pet's picture Britney Spears No e-mail No quick texting No video
® Speaking. Tell a friend about your mum's new mobile but change some details.
Can-do checklist
o I can make simple suggestions.
o I can give short, simple descriptions.
o I can write a simple e-mail.
o I know vocabulary for mobile phones.
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8 IT'S MAGIC!
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Talk about these questions.
1 Do you like Harry Potter? Why/not?
2 What do you know about Harry Potter?
3 Do you know the names of ... ?
al The first book .
bl His old enemy
cl His school .....
dl The headmaster
el His two friends
h) His owl ..
fl The writer of the Harry Potter books .
gl His giant friend ..
2 Read about Harry Potter and check your answers to exercise 1.
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walch hi;; in film;;. Million;; of people ;;aw Ihe film 'P and Ihe
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abo\J1 in Ihe book, 'Polter and Ihe 'Philo;;ophe/;; )!one". I;; a and he
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magic and ha;; a101 of wilh hi;; enemy, The of Ihe ;;chool,
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who i;; agianl. When !o ;;end a me;;;;age he \J;;e;; hi;; owl, t-Jedwig.
I;; gelting now. Whal do YO\J Ihink he i;; going 10 do nexl7
Here is a magic trick for you to do. First, label these things in the pictures.
vinegar tie a knot chicken bone bowl 3 hours 24 hours
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4 The instructions are jumbled. Match them to the pictures in exercise 3 to find the correct order.
Trick 1
You need: a chicken bone, some vinegar, a bowl
Instructions:
a) Leave for 24 hours.
b) Put some vinegar in a bowl. _l_
e) Take the chicken bone out. Now it is soft.
d) Leave it for 3 hours. Now it is hard.
e) Put a chicken bone in the vinegar.
f) Tie a knot in the bone.
Hey presto! You have a chicken bone with a knot in it!
Magic! You can try this at home!
5 Do you know these words? Read the example sentences.
1 multip!y I can multiply big numbers. (300 x 12 =360)
2 add He has 2 cards. If he adds 3, he'll have 5. (2 + 3 = 5)
3 face up When cards are face up, you can see the numbers.
4 face down When cards are face down, you can't see the numbers.
S ace An ace is the highest, or the lowest card.
6 joker A joker is a card, but it doesn't have a number. It is useful.
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6 Speaking. In pairs, Student A reads trick 2. Student Breads trick 3. Try to learn the instructions
for the trick and do it with your partner.
Trick 2
You need: an envelope and a piece of paper
Instructions:
1First you multiply the year by two. (2005 x 2 = 2010)
2 Write this on a piece of paper.
3 Put the paper in the envelope.
4 Say to your friend:
Write down your date of birth. (1993)
Write down your age. (12)
Write down the year of an important event. (1999)
Write down how many years it is after this event. (6)
Add up the numbers. (1993 + 12 + 1999 + 6 = 2010)
5 Now open the envelope and show him the number. Magic!
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Writing. Do you know a magic trick? If you do, write down the instructions for your partner.
If you don't, try to remember one of these tricks and write it down. Don't look at this page!
Can-do checklist
o I can get an idea of the content of a short, simple article.
o I can understand simple instructions.
o I can give simple instructions.
o I can write simple instructions.
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9 A TICKET TO RIDE
~ Look at the information for Medway Theme Park. Find each attraction on the map.
Key to map
a. Loveboat
b. Restaurant
c. Restaurant
d. Ghost Train
e. Pet's Corner
f. Spaceship
g. Vampire Run
h. Thunder River
i. Gift Shop
j. Dragon Mountain
k. Mini Railway
I. Toilets
Opening times:
Mon-Fri: 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Weekends: 10 a.m.- 8 p.m.
Prices:
Under 14: £8 14 & over: £12
Mini Railway times: Half past every hour
MEG:
SUE:
MEG:
SUE:
MEG:
SUE:
MEG:
SUE:
MEG:
SUE:
Hi! Can you come to the Medway Theme
Park witb us on Saturday?
Yeah. Mum says it's OK. I've got the
map. It looks wicked!
Do you like fast rides?
I love tbem. Which is the best?
I like (1) .
I can't find that on the map.
Start at the entrance and turn right at the gift
shop. It's next to that.
I see it. What's (2)............... It's by
tbe lake.
It's a ride through water. It's awesome! You
get very wet!
OK. We can start with those two. Then we
can have lunch.
MEG:
SUE:
MEG:
SUE:
MEG:
SUE:
MEG:
MEG:
There's a (3) by the park. Turn
left at the lake and it's on the right.
Got it! Oh - there's a (4) on
the lake too.
Yes, you and Jim can go on that! Kiss, kiss!
And you and Jenny can go on (5) .
You like scary things I Dracula and friends!!
If you waut to go round the park there's a
(6) There's a train every 10
minutes. No, sorry, (7) .
How much is a ticket for the park?
It's (8) for under 14s. Tell your
mum yon'll be home about 9. It closes at
(9) I'll meet you at the
entrance on Saturday morning. It opens at
(10) .
Brilliant. See you then.
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3 Answer the questions using these words.
1 Which two words mean fantastic? .
2 Where can you buy presents? ....
3 Which word means frightening?
4 Which word means a large area of water?
S Which word means the spirit of a dead person? .
6 Which word means a type of transport to other planets?
7 Which word means a large, imaginary animal? .....
8 Which word means a loud noise in the sky?.
thunder
spaceship
giftshop
awesome
wicked
lake
scary
4 Answer these questions.
1 Does Sue like fast rides? .
2 Is Vampire Run near the gift shop?
3 What is by the lake? .
4 On which ride do you get wet?
S Will they go on Dragon Mountain before or
after lunch? .
6 Is Jim Sue's boyfriend or Meg's? .
7 Who likes scary things? .
8 What goes round the park every 30 minutes?
9 When will they get home?
5 Speaking. Meg and Sue used these words to give directions.
Choose places on the map and give your partner directions using the words.
Then change over.
Start at ...
It's next to ...
It's on the left.
Turn right at ...
It's by ...
Turn left at ...
Writing. Meg and Sue talked about their plans like this.
We can start with. Then we can ... After that we can ...
Get a piece of paper and write a 'chat' with your partner
about your next visit to the theme park.
Plan your day together: include a time and to meet,
rides to go on, where to eat and time to go home.
Do NOT speak.
Can-do checklist
o I can understand simple directions.
o I can find information about times and prices.
oI can give simple directions.
o I can write simple messages.
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Expressing likes and dislikes
10 THE SATURDAY SHOW
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1 These pictures show different types of programmes. Match the words to the pictures.
fashion news competitions interviews cookery
:z Read the TV guide and answer the questions.
1 What time can you listen to music? .....
2 What time can you watch some games? .
3 What time can you learn about new clothes? .
4 What time can you hear about cooking? .
5 What time can you listen to a famous person? .
6 What time can you learn about important things in the world?
7 What time can you get some advice on problems?
8 What time can you see something about football?
9.30
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10.00
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saturetay's TV
KidS news
Cartoons
Storytime
Teen Drama
Pop Band
Playtime
FaShion Extra
Interviews
Teen Soap
Sports news
Teen Problems
Party FOOd
3 What's on on 5aturday? Read the information and name the TV programme.
1
The Witches of
Blackwood. Emma and
Hannah are two normal
girls. Or are they? This
drama continues every
week.
2
Does Dan really love
Nadia? Or Sarah or
Megan or Pat or ... ?
Find out in Monkton
High.
3
Lots of suggestions
from our creative chefs.
4
Jane Markham reads a
different story each
week.
5
What's your sport?
Everything is here!
6
Want to look good?
7
Got a problem? Phone
us. We've got the
answers.
8
Fun for all with games
and competitions.
9
Celebrities tell all!
10
All your favourite
music.
11
What's happening?
Andrew Parker tells us.
12
Donald, Mickey and all
your favourites.
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Expressing likes and dislikes
4 Read again and find:
1 The names of the two girls in the teen drama.
2 The name of the person who reads the story.
3 The name of the school in Teen Soap .
4 The name of the news reader .
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Are these sentences true or false?
1 The drama story continues next week. T/F
2 Dan only likes one girl. T/ F
3 You can write to the programme
about your problems. T/F
4 The chefs have some good ideas. T/F
5 The celebrities play the games. T/F
6 You can watch sports all morning. T/F
6 Complete these phrases with your opinion of TV programmes. Tell a partner. He/she must respond.
===11 ~ \ : : : : : : } \ : : : : ! ) Qve .
©© I really like .
© I quite like .
® I don't like ..
® ® I really don't like ..
===Ih \cJ \cl \cl ate .
Reponses
Me too.
Me neither.
I prefer ...
7 Speaking. Play the 'How well do you know your friend?' game.
First answer these questions about your friend/partner.
1 Who is his/her favourite celebrity?
2 What is his/her favourite sport?
3 What is his/her favourite film?
4 What is his/her favourite food?
5 What is his/her favourite band?
6 What is his/her favourite TV programme?
7 What are his/her favourite clothes?
8 What is his/her favourite cartoon?
9 Does he/she prefer horror or romantic films?
10 Does he/she have a favourite hobby?
Now check with your friend/partner and respond using expressions from exercise 6.
Your favourite celebrity is Brad Pitt.
Yes, you're right. I really like him. / No, you're wrong. I don't like him much. I prefer . . ,
Can-do checklist
D I can talk about likes and dislikes and express time.
D I can give a basic opinion. agree and disagree.
D I can write a simple message.
D I can talk about television programmes.
.-!) Writing. Write a short paragraph
about your partner/friend.
Start with:
'My friend really likes ...
but she/he hates.. .'
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1 Class quiz. Name these clothes. Write as many words as you can.
1 You wear these in bed.
2 You wear this around your waist.
3 Things you wear on your feet.
4 Things men usually wear to the office.
5 Things girls often wear in summer.
6 Types of jewellery.
2 Talk about these questions.
1 Do you go to many parties? 2 What do you like to wear to parties?
3 You are going to hear two people talking about a clothes crisis!
Who is having the crisis, Jane or Frank? Listen and tick the clothes you hear.
1 silver shirt 6 red top
2 pink top 7 white skirt
3 black trousers 8 blue dress
4 pink dress 9 white trousers
5 green skirt 10 black top
" Listen again. Write 'J' for Jane and 'F' for Frank.
Who ... ?
1 is not thin .
2 has black trousers .
3 has a dog .
4 has white trousers
5 has a sister ......
6 has a blue dress ......
7 has a silver shirt ......
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5 Can you remember? Complete the sentences.
1 Jane sat on a ..
2 Frank thinks Jane's dress is
3 Jane thinks she's too ..
4 Emma painted a
.. to wear the blue dress.
on the black trousers.
5 They will go shopping for instead.
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Responses
I don't like it/them.
It's too old.
I'm too ill!
That's a gQQQ idea!
OK.
No way!
Let's do that!
Suggestions
Why don't you wear your new white trousers?
How about the black top?
Why don't you wear the silver shirt?
Why don't we forget the party?
6 In the conversation, they made suggestions like this.
In pairs, practise reading these suggestions and responses.
!> Jackie wants to go to a party but she has some problems! Can you help her?
(Use the ideas in the pictures.)
1 I have a big spot on my nose!
.
2 I missed the bus.
3 I changed the colour of my hair and I look like a carrot!
4 I ate too much dinner and I'm very fat today.
5 My brother used all my hair gel.

1!) Speaking. How many suggestions and responses
can you make about clothes in five minutes?
Change the underlined words in exercise 6.
.!) Writing. Write a message to your
friend to say you can't go to a
party with him/her and give some
reasons. They can be real or not!
Can-do checklist
o I can understand a simple conversation.
o I can make and respond to simple suggestions.
o I can talk about problems and make eXCUseS.
o I can write simple phrases and sentences.
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11 MY MUM HATES MY...!
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1 Talk about these questions and write a list.
1 What things do Mums usually hate?
2 What does your Mum or Dad hate?
2 M Listen to Debbie speaking to Bev.
Do they talk about any of the things
on your list?
3 Listen again and write down why Bev's
mother hates the different things.
1 Her clothes: they're.
2 Her music: it's ....
3 Her boyfriend: he's.
4 Her friends: they don't ..
5 Her make-up: it's.
)
heavy
black
old
loud
1 Her clothes: wear I different colours
4 What do you think Bev's mother says to her? Complete the advice.
You should wear different colours.
2 Her music: listen to I quieter
3 Her boyfriend: find I younger
4 Her make-up: not wear I school
5 Her friends: go out with I different
6 Her computer: not play I games
5 ~ Listen and check your answers. Then listen again and repeat.
6 MRon, Bev's boyfriend, gives her some advice. Listen and
match his advice, A to E, to the things Bev's mother hates.
1 Her boyfriend
4 Her mobile phone
2 Her black clothes
5 Her make-up
3 Her friends
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7 What do your parents think about your ...? Write ideas in the box then ask and answer in pairs.
® Here are some things Debbie hates about her parents.
Match them with the pictures.
1 My dad wears old-fashioned clothes.
2 My dad snores when we are watching TV.
3 My dad tells jokes to my friends.
4 My mum makes food I don't like and I have to eat it!
S My mum is often late.
6 My mum always sings in the car - badly!
What do your parents think about your music?
They don't really like it.
music hobbies clothes friends phone
boy/girlfriend
They're OK about it/them.
They don't really like it/them.
My mum loves my ... but my dad hates ...
9 Speaking. Give Debbie some advice about her mum and dad.
You should tell your mum / dad to ... You should tell your mum / dad not to ...
Writing. Look at the list you wrote in exercise 1. Write a dialogue with your mother or father
about one or two things they don't like.
Can-do checklist
D I can understand a conversation about clothes.
D I can talk about likes and dislikes.
D I can give simple advice.
D I can write a simple dialogue.
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13 SANDWICH BAR

,!) Play the 'Alphabet Sandwich' game. In two teams, say something with each letter of
the alphabet. (It can be crazy or serious.) Start like this:
I ate an APPLE sandwich.
I ate a BLUE sandwich.
I ate a C...
The team who finishes the alphabet first is the winner.
Label the pictures with these words.
brown bread filling baguette roll lettuce mayonnaise
!) is a new sandwich bar at your school. Your friend has the menu and he is reading
it to you. Listen. What kind of sandwich would you like? Tell your partner.
Here is the menu. Listen again and complete the information.
SANI>W/CH BAR
. ofbread fillings and salad.
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Choose your own
90p
90p
90p
90p
90p
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(5) ..
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Orinks: (7) .. _. juice
Cola
Mineral water
Coffee
($) .
Prices: Baguette:
9andwich
(6) ,
9ala& Lettuee· (4) ---•.................
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Baguettes. Rolls.
Bread: White or (I -_ _.
Bacon CJ>;cken. (3) ..--- .
Fillings: (2) -----................ .
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,!) Unjumble these words from the menu.
1 nermali tawer .................................. You can drink this.
2 matoot ........................ It's red and round.
3 tagebetu ........................... It's long, soft bread.
4 gillinf ............................ It's inside a sandwich.
5 lorl It's soft, round bread.
6 Are these fillings or salads or both? Write F, S or B. Can you think of any more?
...... blue cheese egg mayonnaise tuna ... corn ...... roast beef salami
V Speaking. Which sandwich would you like? In small groups, ask and answer.
Use these expressions.
What are you going to ask for?
What will you have?
What about you?
I'd like ...
I think I'll get ...
I'll have ...
!) Put these instructions for making a chicken-mayonnaise sandwich in the correct order.
a) Put some chicken on top of this.
b) Butter them.
c) Put some lettuce on the first slice....
d) Eat it!
e) Take two slices of bread. ...1...
f) Finally, add the mayonnaise.
g) Cut it in half.
h) Put the second slice on top.
&\ Listen and check. Then listen and repeat.
9 Writing. With a partner, think of a strange sandwich (e.g. banana and egg!).
Write the instructionsfor making it. Change partners and dictate the instructions to himlher.
Can-do checklist
o I can understand numbers and prices.
o I can listen for specific information.
oI can order from a menu.
o I can write simple instructions.
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14 SUNDAY FETE
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1 Read the definition and answer the questions.
A fete is similar to a street party You have it outside.
You have a fete to get money for a good cause:
you sell things, play games and have fun.
1 Why do people have fetes?
2 Where do you have a fete?
3 What can you do at a fete'
:2 Here are some things you can find at a fete. Find the words in the
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1 This person can tel' you what you are going to do in the future.
2 You can hear this at a fete. ................
3 You can buy things here.
4 You can play these and win things.
5 You buy this when you are hungry.
6 You must run fast to win these.
3 M Listen to this announcement at a school fete and choose the correct answers.
1 The weather is a) rainy b) cold c) lovely.
2 They want to get a) £100 b) £1,000 c) £10,000.
3 The races are at a) 1 o'clock b) 2 o'clock c) 3 o'clock.
4 The competition is for a) singing b) fashion c) dancing.
5 The students can throw water at the a) teachers b) parents c) headteacher.
6 You can buy a) chips b) cakes c) biscuits.
7 The fortune teller is called Madame a) Zena b) Zeta c) Zepa.
4 When we don't understand clearly, we can ask for repetition like this.
We have a fortune teller
called Madame Zeta.
Sorry, did you say Madame Zara?
No, I said, Madame ZETA, Z-E-T-A.
Practise reading the dialogue in pairs. Remember, intonation is important!
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5 Now do the same with this information.
Student A
1 We sell burgers.
2 You can bUy books.
3The teacher's name is Mr. Granger.
4 The price is 50p.
a) DVDs?
b) Saint Vanns?
c) 12 o'clock?
d) £70.00
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6 Here are some fun races. Match the pictures with the names of the races.
4 Three-legged race.
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3 Sack race.
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2 Egg and spoon.
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1 Find the duck.
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7 8 Listen to these instructions. Which races are they describing?
1 . 2 3 .. 4 ..
8 Can you do this crossword? The words are from this unit.
Across:
3 She can tell the future. (first word)
4 You eat this for breakfast.
7 To move faster than 'walk'!
8 You run fast in this competition.
9 A place you can buy things in a fete.
Down:
1 You buy this at MacDonald's.
2 She can tell the future. (second word)
3 Afun day to get money.
4 You use this for eating soup.
6 Fun competitions.
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9 Writing. With a partner, design a leaflet to advertise a fete.
Include information about the date and time, the place,
the activities and the reason for the fete.
Speaking. Tell another
person about your fete.
Can-do checklist
o I can ask for clarification.
o I can understand familiar words, names, numbers and times.
o I can understand simple instructions.
o I can communicate simple information in writing.
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15 FUN RALLY
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1 Complete this puzzle and find the secret word.
1 The opposite of slow.
2 Somewhere you can buy and drink alcohol in the UK.
3 The capital of the UK.
4 Someone you work with in class.
5 Someone who is not honest in a game or an exam is a ....
6 Somewhere kings lived a long time ago.
7 Something really fantastic is ....
8 Two times ten.
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Talk about these questions.
1 Do you like cars?
2 What is your favourite car?
3 Do you like going fast?
4 What is a rally? a) a car race b) a day trip cl a computer game about cars
!) "-?'J, Listen to Nick and Jenna's phone conversation and answer the questions.
1 When is the rally? a) Saturday b) Sunday c) Monday.
2 How many cars are going? a) 20 b) 12 c) 200.
3 Where does the rally finish? a) in Manchester. b) in Liverpool. c) in London.
4 The people in the cars have to a) answer questions. b) take photos. c) eat different things.
5 Nick is going to a) take a long time. b) go very slowly. c) cheat.
Listen again and tick the photos they have to take.
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Do this quiz about your town in a group of three. The fastest group wins!
Name ...
1 a place where you can buy baked beans.
2 the nearest football stadium.
3 an unusual place name.
4 the nearest castle.
5 a place you can see boats.
6 the nearest beach.
7 something with your name on.
IV M Jenna and Nick talked about the rules of the competition. Listen and repeat.
Get the rhythm right.
Speaking. First, look at your card and prepare your questions about the rally. Use 'have to'.
Now ask and answer. Student A asks first.
A: What do we have to do? B: We have to take photos of different things.
Student A
Questions
1 How far / travel?
2 What / buy?
3 What / take with us?
4 What / take a photo of?
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Can-do checklist
D I can understand rules.
D I can write rules.
D I can talk about obligation.
D I can ask and answer questions about rules.
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16 YOU MUST SEE ...
1 Talk about these questions.
3 What is James Bond's number?
8 You can see the film at and.
7 James Bond's car is a ....
a gadget 007 Bond girls a comedy a spy a robot
4 is the Bond Boy.
S There is a plan to kill the .
3 Oprah Winfrey is the .
2 is James Bond.
Now look at with the words in the box.
2 What do we call a film that is funny?
S What do we call James Bond's girlfriends?
6 What do we call something that is useful and clever?
4 What do we call a machine that is like a person?
6 Fred is a .
, Do you like going to the cinema?
2 What are your favourite films?
3 What do you know about James Bond films?
, What is James Bond's job?
2 Try to answer these questions with your partner.
~ Listen again and complete the information.
, It starts on ..
!) ~ Listen to Max, on the local radio, talking about a new
James Bond film. Would you like to see it?
In pairs, one of
you looks at A
and the other
looks at B.
Listen again.
Write the nouns
that go with
these adjectives.
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2 the exciting .
3 an incredible .
4 a special .
5 a funny .
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2 the beautiful .
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4 a pretty .
5 the excellent .
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6 Ask your partner about his/her words and complete the other column.
What is new?
The fi Im is new.
Max said, 'This is very funny film. Don't miss it:
If you like a film, you can say: If you don't like it, you can say:
You must see it.
Don't miss it.
You'lIlove it.
It's brilliant.
It's really exciting!
It's very funny!
Don't see it!
You won't like it!
Don't go.
It's really bad'
It's so boring.
It's terrible.
mListen to the expressions (column 1) and match them with the reasons (column 2).
Listen and repeat.
8 Speaking. Think of three films. Tell your partner about them. Are they good or not? Why?
9 Writing. Combine two films from exercise 8 to invent a 'new' film and complete the notes
with a partner. Use your imagination!
What is the name of the film?
Who are the actors?
What's the story about?
Is it good or not?
How many adjectives from exercise 3 can you use? .
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Can-do checklist
DI can understand familiar words and phrases.
D I can understand simple information.
DI can make recommendations.
DI can write a simple review.
@ Read your review to the class.
Which films would you go to see?
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17 BUY ME! BUY ME!
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Class quiz. How many words can you make from the letters in IW).1@O® t!i@W§InTI'I;)?
!> Complete these sentences with the correct words from the box.
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6 When he tells a joke, people.
1 There's nothing to do. I'm.
2 I like to do lots of at the weekend.
51go to e-mail my friends.
3 We sometimes use in cooking.
4 He bought me a for my birthday.
7 I need water for this magic ..
8 A man who does magic is a .
M Listen to these radio adverts. What are they for? Write the number beside the words.
tea .... a CD .... presents .... shoes .... a book .... a car .... a holiday ....
Listen again and complete the information in the pictures.
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Complete the answers. Why should you buy ...
1 This holiday? Because you can stay at .
2 Presents from this website? Because they can help you .....
3 This book? Because you can make your friends.
These sites are fictional.
4 This tea? Because it will make your boy/girl friend back.
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Adverts often have questions to make people listen. Reorder these words and write the questions.
1 different like you of would car kind a?
2 friends you make your do want to happy? .....
3 dad for are birthday you a present looking your for? .
Can you change one word in each question to make a different question?
.!) Find the answers in the wordsearch.
1 Something English to drink.
2 Something you get on your birthday.
3 Something you say to make people laugh.
4 Something to do to make people laugh.
S You 'go' here to write e-mails.
6 You can find information on the Net here.
7 Something you do: a task, a game, an exercise.
S When you're not at school or working, you are on ...
9 Something you see at the cinema.
10 Something aromatic you use in cooking.
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8 Speaking. In pairs, dictate these adverts. Don't look at your partner's text!
Student A
Do you like 10 make your friends laugh? The Best Joke Book
Ever! is in your bookshops now. It's £11.50 and it is full of
jokes and tricks. Buy if now and have FUN!
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$?

Why is it good?: . Slogan: 'Buy ..
because it's .. . !!I
Read out or record your advert. Remember to use the right intonation to make people listen.
Can-do checklist
o I can understand numbers, prices and names.
o I can write a simple advert.
o I can link simple sentences with because.
o I can use intonation correctly in questions and exclamations.
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Understanding and giving messages
18 I'MALL EARS!
1 Phone questionnaire. Ask five people these questions.
1 2 3 4 5
1 How long do you talk on the phone every day?
2 Which do you like best a) talking on the phone or b) talking face to face?
3 Do you prefer to a) leave a message or b) phone back later?
4 Do you have a mobile? a) yes b) no
5 How much do you spend a month on your mobile?
a) less than 5 euras. b) less than 10 euras. c) more than 10 euras.
Did you discover anything surprising? Tell your class.
z (i?) Listen to these phone messages. Who is speaking?
Write the number next to the person.
a child ... your friend... your teacher ...
your grandparents... a mechanical voice ...
3 Look at the text for number 1. Listen again and repeat.
It's Jane. How are you doing?
Sorry you can't get through.
Leave your name and your number
And I'll get back to you!
4 Complete the phone expressions with these words.
a message the star button your name
the phone your number
1 Leave .... ............ ....
2 Answer
3 Press.
4 Hang up
5 Complete these messages with words from exercise 4.
1 Hello, this is Sophie. I'm not in. Please leave a after the tone.
2 Micro Mouse Computers. Please ..... the star and your name and number.
3 Sorry, I can't the phone. I'm not at home. Leave your
.................................... and I'll get back to you.
.............................. and
4 Please don't the phone! ............... a message. Bye!
Read the messages to your partner with good intonation.
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6 mListen to another recorded message. Do you think this is a real message? Why/why not?
7 Read these questions. Then listen again and choose the correct answer.
1 Who is the caller phoning? a) the phone company b) the electric company c) an icecream shop
2 How many times does he press 2? a) 1 b) 2 c) 3
3 How many times does he press 3? a) 1 b) 2 c) 3
4 Who is the caller? a) a teacher b) a house owner c) a child
S What can the caller choose? a) Coca-Cola or icecream b) toffee or Coca-Cola c) chocolate or icecream
6 What type of icecream does the caller want? a) vanilla b) chocolate c) toffee
7 Does he get one? a) yes b) no c) don't know
8 Here are two more recorded messages. Which is serious? Which is funny?
A
Hil This is Bill. I'm not in -I'm out - having fun. Don't leave
your number because I'm on holiday for a week. And if you're
a robber - I haven't got any money so don't come!
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B
Sorry, I can't answer the phone now. Please leave your name
and your number and I'll get back to you as soon as possible.
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9 Writing. With a partner write a message for the answerphone. It can be serious or funny.
Use some expressions from this unit.
~ Speaking. Choose one option and think about what to say. Then work with a partner.
Student A: 'phone' Student B. Student B: read your message (exercise 9).
Student A: leave a message.
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You want to invite Bto your
birthday party. (day, time,
place, etc.)
Can-do checklist
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You want to ask B about
some homework. (what page?
when for? etc.)
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You want to tell B something
interesting you saw at the bus
stop! (who, what, when, etc.)
D I can understand simple messages.
D I can leave a simple message.
D I can use some phone expressions.
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1. Brave
a) something that can kill you
2. open aiR
b) notdead,notcooked
3. dAngerous c) a piaee with a lot of trees and animals
4. alMe
d) not in a house or building, outside
5. jUngle:
e) not scared
19 HOW BRAVE ARE YOU?
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1 Match these words to the explanations.

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Ask three people in your class these questions. Answer 'Yes', 'Maybe' or 'No'.
Yes Maybe No
1 Would you sleep in the open air at night alone?
D D D
2 Would you put your head in a box with spiders?
D D D
3 Would you drink water from a river?
D D D
4 Would you put ants inside your clothes?
D D D
5 Would you eat something alive, like a worm?
D D D
f}), There is a programme on TV about people who lived in the jungle for two weeks.
Which things were difficult for them? listen and circle.
a sleep outside b the weather c noises at night d food e animals
What did Peter and his friend do in the jungle? Listen again and tick the correct pictures.
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5 Unjumble these letters to find the animals Peter talks about.
1 driepss 2 sticnse 3 sant
4 smowr S kenas . 6 droloccosie
Can you name some more animals in the jungle?
How many 'yes' answers do you have? Who is the bravest?
... a lot of insects inside his clothes.
.... in a river.
7 They
4 He ... his head in a box.
S Julie some horrible things.
6 He ..
Can-do checklist
D I can understand a simple description of an experience.
D I can talk about a simple imaginary situation.
D I can write simple instructions.
6 Listen again and complete these sentences.
(put put slept ate caught walked did)
1 He .. in the open air.
2 They snakes and small animals to cook.
3 They some difficult tests.
~ Speaking. Work in groups of four. Ask about your tests like this:
Would you ... ?
V Writing. With a partner, write four tests for the people in the jungle.
You must ...
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TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for [EF
Understanding announcements
10 WHAT DID HE SAY?
1 Play hangman with your teacher. Can you guess
the letters to make this word?
This words means something you hear,
for example, in a shop or a train station.
~ &\ Listen to this announcement. Which place is it in?
Listen again and guess what kind of information is missing. (time, place, names, numbers)
1
4
2
S .
3 ..
6
3 &\ Listen to another version and write down the missing words.
1 2........ 3
4 S ................ 6
4 Solve these anagrams.
1 He flies a plane. LOTIP .
2 A boat with passengers and cars. REFYR
3 We cook food, like rice, in it. SUPANACE ..
4 We put our clothes in it when we go on holiday. CESSUAIT ..
S What we wear under our clothes. WERANDURE .
6 A journey on a plane. FITLGH .
7 Desk in a hotel where we get information. TIRECNOPE
8 When something is late. LEAYD.
9 To say sorry. GIAPSELO ..
d) hotel ...... c) lift b) ferry port ...... a) airport
5 ~ Listen to five announcements. Match them to the places.
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Understanding announcements
6 Listen again and complete these sentences.
1 The are now closing. ....................................... down.
2 We apologise for the ,.,
3 Some rats fell into a .
.......... of flight 702.
.............. of rice,
4 Mrs. Parker, come to airport reception.
5 Can the owner of a two metre ........................... please come to quickly?
7 Speaking. In the first announcement it was difficult to understand some words.
Mike and Anna said:
Did Bhe Bay 'Bchool'?
No, Bhe Baid POOLE.
Work in pairs. A and B, and ask and answer as in the example. Use good intonation!
o I can understand simple announcements.
o I can write a simple apology.
o I can ask for clarification.
o I can understand familiar words, names and numbers.
A: Did she say...?
4,15
the plane
six hours
flight 11,02
some cats
purple underwear
a cake
8 Writing. Choose a place from exercise 5
and write an announcement. Use
expressions and words from this unit.
Start with:
We are very Borry but. .. or
We apo{ogiBe for...
Can-do checklist
B: No, she said...
3.15
the train
three hours
flight 702
some rats
pink underwear
a snake
9 Read your announcement to the class.
Read some words badly and see if the
class can guess them!
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11 ON-LINE SALE
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1 A Prince - he's British.
1
2 A famous footballer - he's married to Victoria.
2
3 A female singer with one name - she's blonde.
3
4 A film star married to Jennifer - he's attractive.
4
5 A white rapper - he's controversial.
6 He sings at the piano and loves glasses - he's quite old.
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7 A singer, famous for her quick marriages.
6
What else do you know about these people?
7
Z Complete these expressions with a preposition.
1 We are trying to get some money ...... ........... charity.
to
2 I'm going to give some money ...... charity.
for
3 He sold his car ....... charity.
for
What do charities do?
1 Complete this crossword about famous people to find the hidden word,
,!) Famous people sometimes sell their things to get money for charity,
Read the adverts and match them to the pictures.
o
A. Aspecial mobile phone is for sale. No, it's not the latest
Nokia or Ericsson. It's Brad Pitt's old gold phone. Last year it
had all his private phone numbers on it. He's selling it for
charity now but he tells us it's completely empty. Who knows!?
Buy it and you can see!
B. If you have a lot of money you can buy a small piece of art.
In this sale you can buy a pair ot Elton John's sunglasses.
They are black and shiny with stars and very big! Buy these
and you will never be alone on the beach again!
C. Would you like to have something that was once very close
to David Beckham? Buy his toothbrush! Adesigner, blue and
white toothbrush that has touched those famous teeth!
D. Be a prince or princess for an afternoon. Prince Chanes is
selling an hour and a half of his time to have tea and cakes at
his home. You can also take home the china teacup you drink
from. See how he fives and what colour his sofa is!
E. Do you know what colour lipstick Britney Spears uses? Buy
one of her old ones in this sale and you will '<now. 1>.11 your
friends wiJJ want one too.
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~ Do you know these words? If not, look for them in the adverts.
1 Famous people. TR/ELlCSEBE
2 Made by a famous person or company, e.g. clothes. GISDENER
3 It makes your lips pretty.
4 Not public.
S When something reflects light.
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Read again and answer these questions.
Which thing(s) did a celebrity use ...
1 NEAR his/her face?
2 ON hislher mouth?
Which thing is ...
S gold
6 red
7 black
3 IN his/her mouth?
4 ON his Iher face
8 blue and white
9 made of china
6 With a partner talk about these questions. Use these expressions.
I think ... Perhaps... I don't think ...
1 Which item do you think will be most popular in the sale?
2 How much do you think people will pay for the different items?
3 Would you like to buy ... ? Yes, I would, because ... I No, I wouldn't, because ...
V Can you complete the missing words from the adverts?
1 A special phone is sale.
2 Buy one of her old ones __ this sale.
4 Would you to have something that was once... ?
S these and you will never be alone again!
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an hour and a half of his time. 3 Prince Charles is
8 Writing. Think of some things a celebrity can sell in this on-line sale. Write an advert.
9 Speaking. Read your advert and 'sell' the things to the class.
Which item would get most money for charity?
Can-do checklist
D I can find information in an advert.
D I can use prepositions.
D I can write a simple advert.
D I can make simple speculations.
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11 CARDS, CARDS, CARDS
1 Play hangman with your teacher.
We often write this in cards?
2 Talk about these questions.
1 Do you often send cards?
2 When do you send cards?
3 What sort of cards to you like
to send and receive?
Funny I romantic I serious I artistic?
3 Look at these greetings and match
them to the cards.
a) Good Luck!
b) Sorry!
c) Happy Valentine's Dayl
d) Get well soon!
e) Happy Birthday!
f) Congratulations!
4 Read these messages and match them to the cards.
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5 Find expressions in the cards that mean:
1 Someone who likes you
7 Match these responses with the expressions
in exercise 67
2 Happy Birthday .
3 I remember things for only a short time.
4 Not feeling well .
5 I'm sorry .
6 Good-looking .
a} That's OK. Don't worry about it.
b) I hope I can.
c) No way!
d) It's great, isn't it!
e) Thanks, I feel better already.
f} That's good to know.
6 Cover the cards. Can you remember the
words to fill these gaps?
1 Well . .... !
Practise these expressions and responses
with a partner.
A: {forgot your party. Forgive me!
B: That's OK. Don't worry about it.
,
,
.. me.
........ it. 4 You can
2 Sorry to you're ill.
3 Please.
5 I'll be of you.
A: I'm sorry to hear you are ill.
B: Yes, but I feel better nowyou are here.
8 Speaking. Think of situations to complete the table.
Practise the situations with your partner and give
a response.
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................ me? 6 Will you
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I say 'Sorry' when I say 'Good Luck' when I say 'Congratulations' when
someone is ill
9 Writing. Choose a card type and design the front. Then write a message inside.
Can do checklist
o I can understand written messages.
o I can write greetings.
o I can apologise. congratulate and wish good luck.
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23 LOOKING DIFFERENT
1 Some people like to look different. Label the pictures.
make-up
1
painted nails
dyed hair
2
henna tattoo
5
3
jewellery
Read the leaflet again and find the
words to complete these expressions.
2 Read this leaflet from a henna tattoo artist
quickly to answer these questions.
Who can finish the fastest?
1 How long does a tribal design take?
2 How much is a large dragon?
3 When will the artist visit?
4
1
2
3
. brushes
... satisfied
........ artist
4 When can you have a henna tattoo? ...
S What's the phone number?
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6 .................................. your appointment
3 What design would you like and where would you have it?

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We use the best brushes and many different henna colours. Don't worry, were tbe best!
Why not have a henna tattoo while you're waiting at the hairdresser's? We are in your area
in October and we can do your tattoo between 10 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Here are just some of the people who have been fully satisfied with their tattoos from us.
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5 Kate and Robert are having a conversation about real tattoos. Put Kate's responses in
the correct order in this conversation. Do you agree with Robert or Kate? Why?
a) I won't! b) Yes. And I want 'Mark' in a heart on my neck forever. c) Yes. The answer's 'No'.
d) But I really want onel e) Not you as well! I want one NOW!
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I So, did you ask them?
3 I agree with your parents. I don't think it's a good idea.
S I think you should wait.
7 Why don't you think about it? You might change your mind.
9 A tattoo is forever. You've only known him two weeks! What
happens when you change boyfriends? Do you cross out Mark
and write the next one?!
2
4
6
8
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6 Practise reading the conversation with your partner until you can read Kate's part without looking.
Don't forget good intonation helps!
2 I think you wait.
4 You change your mind.
3 Why you think about it?
!J Robert gives Kate some advice. Complete the
expressions.

We can use these adjectives to talk about
henna tattoos. Which are positive words
{PI, negative words {NI or both (B)?
1 pretty 6 romantic ......
2 ugly 7 delicate
3 colourful 8 strong
4 unusual 9 gross
5 clear 10 cool
.......... with your parents.
........................... when you change
boyfriends?
5 What
1 I .
Writing. Choose one of these situations. Write three reasons for doing it or not doing it.
1 Dye your hair bright red. 2 Get your nails painted your national colours. 3 Get a henna tattoo on your forehead.
5peaking. Role-play. A: Tell your partner what you are (not) going to do and your reasons.
B: Give your partner some advice. Use words and expressions from exercises 7 and 8.
Can-do checklist
o I can locate information in a leaflet.
o I can give and respond to simple advice.
o I can write and give reasons for my actions.
o I can express my preferences.
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24 TEEN MAG
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1 Do this questionnaire with two classmates.
I What kind of magazines do ~ o u read? Fashion / film / teen / car / exercise / other
2 How often do ~ o u b u ~ magazines? Once aweek / afortnight / amonth / never
3 Which part do ~ o u like best?
Articles / horoscopes / stories / letters / interviews / pictures or posters / other
4 Are a n ~ teen magazines popular both with b o ~ s AND girls? Which?
For:
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Teen Mag
Competition
2 Read the competition and e-mail quickly. Would Karen prefer a magazine
for boys or girls or both?
Can you help us plan a new magazine for
teenagers? We're looking for new ideas. We want
a magazine that is right for YOU with things that
EVERYONE wants to read. Shall we have fashion
articles, horoscopes, interviews with celebrities?
If YOU have some good ideas fill in this form and
send it to us at mylookpub.com by 1st November.
The winners will get 8 hours' free shoppingI
This site is fictional.
Hi Hazel,
There's a great competition on mylookpub.com/teenmag. Look at it
quick!
Why don't we enter? The prize is fantastic! Most of the mags today
are rubbish and I'm sure we have betler ideas. I think they should
have things that both boys and girls want to read, like joke pages and
posters and personality quizzes - everybody likes those. Perhaps we
could have some interviews with football stars and a free gift or
something to collect like stickers or film reviews. There could also be
competitions and the winners can meet celebrifies. I know, let's
suggest the winner spends a day with Brad Pitl or Angelina Jolie!!!
Can you imagine!? I've got lots of ideas and I'm sure you have too.
What do you think? Shall we give it a try?
Karen
A Font
3 Read the texts again and answer these questions.
1 The competition is to get ideas for a) a magazine article b) a magazine cover c) a new magazine.
2 You have to enter a) before 1st November b) on 1st November c) after 1st November.
3 The winner will get a) 8 hours shopping b) 8 free magazines c) three hours in 8 shops.
4 Karen thinks that a lot of magazines today are a) fantastic b) interesting c) terrible.
5 Karen wants a) to collect stickers b) to spend a day with Brad Pitt c) to enter the competition.
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4 Find words in the texts to complete the crossword.
1 Afamous person is a ...
2 You read about your future here.
3 We can say 'mag' for short.
4 You win this.
5 These make you laugh.
6 Atext in a magazine or newspaper.
7 This is something you get for free.
S People write these to magazines.
9 Agame with words is a ...
10 The clothes everyone is wearing now.
11 When you speak to an important or famous person.
Can you find the hidden vertical word?
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5 Can you remember what Karen wrote? Here are some responses.
. we enter? 1 Why.
2 I think they
3 Perhaps we ....
4 There
5 let's
6 What do you
....................... have things like...
..... have some...
............ also be ...
....... the winner...
..................... 7
That's a great idea!
No, that's boring.
That's cool.
That's a terrible idea!
With a partner, practise the suggestions and responses.
6 Speaking, With a partner, plan a new teen magazine. Decide on these things. Try to use the
expressions in exercise s.
1 Name
2 Picture on the front .
3 Free gift(s) .
4 Once a week I a fortnight I a month
5 Interesting articles on .
6 Competitions and quizzes ..
7 Other .
7 Design the front cover. Include lots of information from exercise 6.
8 Writing. Write an e-mail to Karen telling her your ideas
for the competition,
Can-do checklist
o I can make and respond to suggestions.
o I can write an e-mail with suggestions,
o I can ask and answer questions to obtain information.
o I can understand the important information in a text.
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15 GIVE YOURROOMAMAKEOVER
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1 Talk with a partner about these questions.
1 Do you like your bedroom?
2 What do you like/not like about it?
3 A 'makeover' is when a designer changes everything. There are some TV programmes about this.
Would you like a designer to change your bedroom?
2 Read the first paragraph about a TV competition and answer the questions.
1 Who are the designers?
2 What's the name of the TV programme?
3 What can people win?
Would you like to change your room?
Is it too light or too dark?
Is it too pretty or too young?
Is the furniture old and boring?
Designers Karen and Matt Tipley from
the TV programme 'Makeover Magic'
can makeover YOUR room! .
Just fill in this entry form online and the best
entry will win a makeover for their bedroom.
So don't wail! Fill it in now!
Entry Form
Name: Jane Markham Age: I ~ Address: 16, Blackthorn Road, Dorchester
Short description of the room: Ifs a small room with one bed, a table and a wardrobe. There are
long curtains and a carpet There are two _la_m--ep-=s_a__n_d_a_cc:e__ il__ in"Ll:.,.iLh-=t ~ _
Why does your room need a makeaver?: My parents decorated my room when I was younger and I liked
Disney cartoons. There are cartoons on the wallpaper and the bedcover! The curtains are pink! The carpet
is yellow and is a bit dirty noW and the lamps have roses on them - because my mum likes flowers! It's a
very childish room and j'd like to change everything. Can you help me? j'd love a more grown-up bedroom'
,!) Now read the Entry Form and tick the things Jane would like to change in her bedroom.
chair
curtains
table shelves rug
wallpaper lamps
carpet
light
bed
mirror
bedcover
pictures
4 Read the text again. Then cover it and see how many adjectives you can remember.
Look again and check. Add any that you forgot.
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5 Read this e-mail from Jane two weeks later. Does she like her new bedroom?
o 00
I've got some terrible news! I won a competition for a bedroom makeover and they did it yesterday
and today. I went out so that I couldn't see what they were doing. When I came back I nearly cried.
It looks awful! They painted the walls bright orange and changed the curtains. Now they're dark
green! It makes me feel sick! The carpet is a miserable grey and the bedcover is baby blue. The
lamps are turquoise with orange spots. There are some stupid pictures of old film stars on the wall
and the furniture is all white. I hate it. I prefer myoid Disney cartoons!
Do you like painting?
HELP
Jane
6 Compare her new room with her old one. Make as many sentences as you can like this.
The waifs used to be/have but now they are/have .
7 Writing. Look at these 'before' and 'after' pictures of a makeover. Write an e-mail telling a friend
what they did to this room.
(Before)
( After)
/
8 Speaking. Imagine the room in exercise 7 was yours. Tell a friend about your 'new' bedroom.
Can-do checklist
o I can compare things now and in the past.
o I can scan a text to find important information.
o I can describe a room.
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16 GHOST WALK
1 Ask a partner the questions on this questionnaire.
YES NO
1 Have you seen or heard a ghost?
2 Do you know someone who has seen or heard a ghost?
3 Have you ever stayed in a haunted place?
4 Are there any haunted places in your area?
5 Do you know a true ghost story?
6 Would you like to stay in a cemetery at night?
7 Would you like to see a ghost?
:z Do you know these words? Unjumble the letters.
1 A small town. VAGILLE v.........
2 Vou buy these for friends. STIFG G.....
3 Something terrible is a ... STRIDESA D.....
4 When you get married you have a ... DWINGED W........
5 Someone who is in prison. SPONREIR P. ................................
6 When there is too much water. DOOLF F..................................
7 We have these inside us. SNEBO B.............. ..................
3 What do you think the 'Ghost Walk of Bartonby' is?
a) a film b) a book c) a night tour d) a museum e) a childrens' game
I think it is ... It could be a ...
4 Read the introduction and tick which of these things you can find in Bartonby.
a museum
beautiful gifts
Bartonby biscuits
an old theatre
houses by the river
old churches
5 Read the information about the walk and match the pictures to the different stops.
Stop 1 Stop 2 Stop 3 Stop 4 .
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Barlonby
Visitors to the village of Bartonby in Dorset come for one
reason. They don't come to see the lovely old houses by the
river. They don't come for the famous Bartonby Biscuits.
They don't come to buy the beautiful gifts in the shops. They
come because Bartonby has another name. "The village of
the Dead"! Bartonby has had more accidents, disasters and
deaths than any other village in England and people say
that many ghosts walk through the streets. Scientists come
to do their tests and tourists come to go on the famous
"Ghost Walk".
DON'T BE LATE FOR ADATE WITH THE DEAD!
6 What are the past tenses of these verbs?
Barlonby Ghost Walk
Start: 9.00 pm. Meet at the old bridge in Newton Road.
Finish: 2.00 am. at Manor House.
Route
We walk along Newton Road and down Frost Lane where
three teenagers had a terrible motorbike accident forty years
ago. You can hear the bikes very easily.
Our second stop is St. Martin's church at the end of Tanners
Lane. Aman killed his fiancee the night before the wedding
and she is still trying to get into the church. We will see her
white dress and hear her sad cries.
For our third stop we take a boat along the river Same to
Bowen's Bridge. Under this bridge five escaped prisoners
died. The police shot them and they fell into the water. The
water is red.
Our last stop is ten minutes down the river. There was a
terrible flood in 1570 and the bones of 150 people who died
are still at the bottom of the river. The police try again and
again to take them out but the bones move to different
places. They want to stay. We may see them move tonight.
Bring warm clothes, comfortable shoes, a camcorder.
1 kill.................. 2 escape 3 shoot 4 fall .
7 Read again and answer these questions.
5 die ..
1 What time does the walk start?
2 Where does it start?
3 What time does it finish?
4 Where is the first stop?
5 What can you hear here?
6 Where is the second stop?
7 What can you see here?
8 What can you hear?
9 Where is the third stop?
10 What can you see?
11 Where is the last stop?
12 What may you see?
8 Writing. With a partner, plan a walking tour of interesting places for a tourist to see in your town.
9 Speaking. Change partners and ask and answer questions about the walking tours.
The questions in exercise 7 will help you.
Can-do checklist
D I can find important information in a leaflet.
D I can understand a description of past events.
D I can write directions.
D I can ask for and give information.
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17 CRINGE
1 Use the pictures to complete this crossword. What is the hidden word? It means 'to cringe'.
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Read this magazine page and underline the words from the crossword.
CRINGE COMPETITION
Here are the entries for this week's
competition. Choose the best and
text us the name of your favourite.
B From: James
I was at the cinema with a mate
and the couple in front of us were
kissing. We dropped popcorn on
their headsl The woman turned
round and it was my teacher! I
nearly died!
A From: Gemma
Once I was in the car with my little
sister. She was asleep on my
knees. Well, I thought she was
asleep. She wasn't. She was
undoing all the buttons on my shirtl
When I got out at the car my shirt
was open! All my friends were
watching. I was SO embarrassed!
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D From: Josie
Once I went to a party and I
thought that I looked fantastic. I put
on false eyelashes and wore my
best dress. At the party I was
playing with a balloon and it burst
in my face. Later everyone was
laughing and when I looked in the
mirror I saw my eyelashes were on
my cheeksl I went so red!
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Describing an experience
:i Read the magazine article again and answer these questions.
1 Whose 'cringe' happened at school?
2 Whose 'cringe' happened while watching a film?
3 Whose 'cringe' happened at a party?
4 Whose 'cringe' happened outside a car?
5 Whose 'cringes' happened with a teacher there?
6 Whose 'cringe' made them go red?
~ Can you complete these phrases from the text without looking back?
1 She was . the buttons. 5 The woman turned .
2 When I got. ........................ of the car. 6 . false eyelashes.
3 I was .
4 I'd left it .
... a test. 7 It.
8
. in my face.
... so red.
~ Which entry in the competition do you think will win?
Compare with the rest of the class to see who won the competition.
1 Actions that were not finished
I was taking a test.
Everyone was laughing.
The couple were kissing.
Some ways to begin
Once...
When I was five years old...
I remember when...
I really cringed when .
2 Actions that happened after each other
She walked in.
She gave the teacher my lunch box.
I looked in the mirror.
I saw my eyelashes.
Some ways to finish
I was SO embarrassed.
I nearly died.
I went SO red.
Cringe!
!) Writing. Think of a time when you cringed. Write an entry for the competition.
Use the forms and expressions in exercise 6.
~ Speaking. Tell your partner about what happened.
Can-do checklist
o I can understand short narratives.
o I can write a short description of personal experiences.
o I can give a basic description of events.
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28 APOLOGIES.COM
1 There is a new website called Apologies.com. What do you think you can find on this site?
a} advice on how to apologise b) people saying sorry for different things.
Read the first paragraph and check your answer.
Z Match the words with the pictures.
1 glue 2 a date 3 a contact lens 4 sick 5 a smell 6 a wimp
3 Read the apologies on the website. Then answer the questions below.
APOLOGIES
This is a new website where people can
say sorry online. Some people apologise
for things that happened yesterday and
some people apologise for things that
happened a long time ago. It is very
popular because a lot of people do not like
to say sorry face to face!
Rosie: I'm so sorry I missed our date
night but 1dropped my contact lens down
the toilet and it took ages to get it out. I
couldn't see so I couldn't find me glasses
or my mobile phone. Sony. Stuart.
Mike: I want to apologise. You know that
terrible smell in the living room yesterday?
I said it was you. I'm really sorry. It was
me. John.
Granddad Bob: I want to say sorry
because I did something terrible in your
garden when I was six. I cut the heads
off all your flowers and said it was the
dog. Karen.
Jen: I need to apologise for something
when we were at school in the first
year. It was me who put glue in your
sandwiches. Sorry. Marie.
Peter: I'm really sorry. I feel awful. You
know I cooked you a spaghetti
Bolognese last weekend? Well, I didn't
have any meat and I put cat food in it.
You were so sick. Forgive me. Beth.
Mark: I apologise for calling you a
wimp. You're not. You're very brave and
I love you very mUCh. Anna.
This site is fictional.
1 Who made someone ill? .
2 Who has bad eyesight? .
3 Who played a bad joke on a friend? ..
4 Who said something bad to a friend? .
5 Who did something wrong and said it was someone else? .
6 Who do you think is not telling the truth? .
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4 Collocations. Match these words with a line. Then check in the text.
L41ttoV
[ 50ro<>
Write sentences using these collocations.
bl a contact lens
cl for something
Gl a dat0 e) something off
5 Read the text again and complete these phrases.
1 I'mr sorry. 5 I'm s _ sorry.
2 If awful.
6 F _
me.
3 I want to s __ sorry.
4 I want to a _
7 I apologise f __ calling you a wimp.
8 I n to apologise for something.
6 We can answer an apology in different ways. Practice saying them.
That's OK. All right. No problem. Don't worry. That's terrible! No, I won't forgive you!
7 Writing. Choose one or two of these apologies from the website.
Work with a partner and finish them.
1 Mum. I'm really sorry. Yesterday .
2 Dear Teacher. I want to apologise. You know .
3 Fran. About last Monday. I'm so sorry I
4 Mrs. Reeves. I apologise for saying .
5 Granny. I want to say sorry because when I was six I .
8 Speaking. Work with a partner. Apologise to himJher for the things in exercise 7.
Your partner must answer. Use expressions from this unit.
Can-do checklist
o I can understand short, simple messages.
o I can make and respond to apologies.
o I can write simple texts expressing apology.
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19 WHAT AM I THINKING?
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1) Find the five senses in this word square. Then write them and the parts of the body.
What at the verbs for each sense?
A S S A P H T
B M T 0 H A N
H E A R I N G
C L N 0 S E S
0 L T 0 U C H
F I E Y E K M
G R S I G H T
1 .
2
3
4
5
verb: ..
verb:
verb:
verb: .
verb: .
~ Match these questions with the pictures. Then ask your partner the questions.
Have you ever ...
1 looked at someone in front of you and they
turned round?
2 worn the same clothes as your friend?
3 thought about someone and then they
immediately phoned you?
4 had the same thought or idea as your friend
at the same time?
5 seen a cat or dog who goes to the door just
before their owner arrives?
6 had a dream about something and it
happened later?
:!) Read this article and tick the pictures above which are mentioned.
'Do you know what I'm thinking?'
Some people think we have an extra sense: telepathy. Telepathy
means knowing what other people are thinking and sending thoughts to
other people. People with this sense are very special, or are they? Sometimes
we know if someone is looking at us. We also often know who is calling us before
the phone rings. Animals know these things too. In fact they're very good at it! In
Yorkshire there is a parrot who says the name of the person who is calling before
they answer the phone! Some people even have dreams that tell them what is
going to happen. Scientists say that this extra sense is a normal use of our
brain and a long time ago we used it to know when we were in danger.
So, what do you believe? Can we communicate
by telepathy?
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Read the article again. True or false?
1 All people believe that we have an extra sense.
2 Animals don't have an extra sense.
3 Only special people have this sense.
4 A child in Yorkshire can say the name of the person who phones.
5 Dreams can tell us things that are going to happen.
6 A long time ago this sixth sense told us when we were in danger.
T/F
T/F
T/F
T/F
T/F
T/F
!> Cover the article with a piece of paper. Now complete the sentences.
1 Some people think we have an sense.
2 People with this sense. . .. are very special.
3 Sometimes we if people are looking at us.
4 We used this sense to know when we were in .
5 What do YOU 7
Speaking. Can YOU send your thoughts? Work in groups of three. Take turns to be
students A, Band C and try these activities. A reads an activity. Students Band C do NOT read it.
A explains to Band C what to do. Only speak in English!
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Activity 1
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Activity 2
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Activity 3

1 B, cover your eyes with
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1 B, take a piece of paper.
your hands or close
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2 C, choose an animal.
them. Don't tell B. Think about
2 C, don't look at B.
1 B, take a piece of paper.
it and 'send' it to B.
;
Then look at him/her.
2 C, choose a shape. Don't tell B. Think
3 B, draw the animal you
3 B, say when you 'sense'
about it and 'send' the symbol to B.
think he has chosen on
C is looking
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3 B, draw the shape you think he has
the paper.
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at you.
chosen on the paper.
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With a partner write the instructions for Activity 4.
!) Writing. Find these things in the picture.
Two rooms - one person - pack of cards - turn over card
- think hard - ring bell.
Other person in other room - hear bell - write down suit.
m
suit ) bell ( pack of cards
Can-do checklist
o I can read a text and understand the general meaning.
o I can give instructions.
o I can talk about experiences.
o I can use words related to the senses.
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30 SUMMER LOVE
1 Find the answers to these clues in the wordsearch.
At night you do this.
A break from school.
Will you ... me?
I ... you!
My ... is breaking!
Our first .
My one, love.
July/August
A boy/girl thing on holiday!
H D R E A M 0 N
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L M D S T R 0 G
I A W U P A V E
D R S M I L E S
A R 0 M A N C E
y y
T E A R S S
H E A R T R U E
2 There is a website called summerlove.com. What do you think you can find there?
a) stories about holiday romances. b) e-mails from people who met on holiday.
Read this web page to see if you were right.
We can help you. Put your message on this site for
your friend to read.
Helmut. PLEASE e-mai! me. We had a wondertu! time.
You said you loved me. You said you'd e-mail me. And
you said you'd send me your address! So, where is it,
YOU CREEP?! Lucy
Eliza. My one true love. Where are you? You promised
you'd phone me. I have a piece of spaghetti from our
last meal together. I sleep with it on my pillow so I will
dream about you. Please get in touch with me. I'm
dying! Ryan.
Jurio. Don't forget me. You MUST get in touch. You said
you'd come to England. I'm waiting! I have henna
tattoos of your name on my forehead, my arm and my
back. When will I see you? Fiona.
YES!
YES!
YES!
Summerlove.com
Welcome to summerlove.com
Did you have a summer romance this year?
Have you lost touch?
Is it true love?
This site is fictional.
3 Read the page again and answer these questions.
1 Why doesn't Lucy e-mail Helmut? .
2 How does Ryan remember Eliza? .
3 What is Fiona waiting for? ..
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4 Which of these combinations are correct in English?
a) make touch b) get in touch cl stop touch d) lose touch
Complete these sentences with the correct words.
1 Please. . touch with me. I need to speak to you.
2 When I move to California. I hope we don't. . touch.
3 People often ................ touch when they leave school.
4 I would like to touch with myoid teacher.
5 With your partner play 'Hangman' with words from exercise 1 and the e-mails.
6 To make promises we say:
Helmut: "Lucy, I will e-mail you."
To talk about the promises later we say:
Helmut said he would e-mail Lucy.
To talk about broken promises we can say:
Helmut said he would e-mail Lucy but he didn't.
Underline more broken promises in the e-mails.
Here are some responses.
I'm sorry, I completely forgot.
Did 17 I don't remember.
I'll do it now.
Sorry, but I was lying!
7 Speaking. With your partner make dialogues with these promises.
1 phone me last night
2 record a film for me
3 meet me at the station
4 buy me a cake at the supermarket
S introduce me to your new friend
6 tell me when you were going to the beach
8 Writing. Write an e-mail to someone (real or imaginary) you met on holiday
to send to summerlove.com.
Can-do checklist
o I can understand written messages.
o I can write messages.
o I can complain about something that didn't happen.
o I can react to a complaint.
You said you'd
phone me last
night and you
didn't.
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11 WHERE ARE YOU?
In the Meybridge shopping centre you
can see these things. Write the words
under the pictures.
1 Talk about these questions with your partner.
1 Do you like shopping?
2 What do you like to buy'
3 Where do you usually go shopping?
4 Do you like shopping in big shopping centres?
Here are some places you can find in
a shopping centre. Finish the words.
1 super ......
2 rest .....
3 caf .....
4 spor sh
5 b........ k .......op
6 jewe .
7 clot sh .
(escalator lift
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M Maria is looking for Jenny in the Meybridge shopping centre but she can't find her.
She phones Jenny on her mobile and asks for directions. Listen. Where is Jenny?
GAP
CLOTHES
SPORTS
SHOP
OASIS
CLOTHES
HMV
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BARCLAVS
BANK
MEYBRIDGE MALL
ENTRANCE
BOOTS
CANDY
OUNKlN
ASH -N- CHIPS CHEMtST
CAKES
KlDS- CLOTHES
OONUTS
SHOE T SKIRTS
FLOWER
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5 What did the girls say about these places? Use these words.
1 The fountain is
2 The supermarket is groSS
3 Mary's Heath Foods is
4 The phone shop is
S The Meybridge centre is
6 Jenny's top is big
Listen again and complete the sentences with these words.
next to turn right at straight on take on go past up to past outside come in
1 It's the first floor.
2 the main entrance and walk the big supermarket on your right.
3 Go right the fountain and the escalator the first floor.
4 Go - you Browsers Bookshop.
S that there's Mary's Health Foods.
6 Well, at Starbuck's cafe.
7 I'm Good Connections.
?J Practise reading the sentences with a partner. Miss out some words.
Can your partner complete them?
!) Speaking. Imagine you are in
a different place in the centre.
Give your partner directions
using some of the expressions.
Then change over.
Writing. Write a note to Maria
and tell her how to get from
the main entrance to the statue
on the first floor.
Can-do checklist
D I can understand and follow simple directions.
D I can give and write simple directions.
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31 BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU!
, How many words can you make
from {;lU@ 1ml@'iJ'I)(J[<[;l?
2 Talk about these questions.
1 What is 'reality' TV'
2 Do you like watching reality TV? Why/Why not?
3 What do you know about the TV programme
'Big Brother'?
3 Use the clues and fill in the letters to find the adjectives.
1 not fat sL 5 cool FU K
Z nice KI 6 with a strong body M se L
3 a little fat PL P 7 has everything in the correct place ORG IS
4 very attractive G GE 5
4 M There are six people in the Big Brother House. Listen and write their names under
the correct picture.
®Listen again and add as much information as you can to each picture.
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6 fl) Listen to a report about the things BB did to the housemates this morning. True or false?
1 They played the music at 7 o'clock. T I F 4 Big Brother took all the toothpaste. T/F
2 The housemates had no food for breakfast. T IFS The housemates didn't get enough sleep. T IF
3 They only had cold water to shower in. T IF
7 Label this plan of the Big Brother house.
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8 M Listen to the next part of the report and mark
on the plan where each person is.
9 Fill in the gaps in these sentences.
8 Writing. Imagine that six people
from your class are going into the
Big Brother house. Write their
personal details.
1 Vicky and Joe are
2 Jackie is
3 Kate is
4 Paul is ...
S David is
....... and.
.. dinner.
........ the jacuzzi. No one is
.. on his bed.
. weights.
... her.
~ Speaking. Describe the people to
your group. (Don't just read!)
Can they guess who they are?
Who do you think would win?
Why?
Can-do checklist
o I can understand and give personal information.
o I can discuss likes and dislikes.
o I can write short biographies.
o I can understand a description of a present activity.
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33 TRUE COLOURS
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yellow .
indigo .
orange .
red 1..
green
blue
violet
!) Complete these sentences with words from the box.
relaxed modest honest romantic creative loyal out-going self-confident stressed
1 If you feel good about yourself, you are
2 If you are not shy, you are .
3 If you tell the truth, you are .
4 If you are true to your friends, you are
5 If you don't worry a lot, you are ..
Ask your partner, 'Which words describe you?'
6 If you like love films, you are .
7 If you have lots of new ideas, you are
8 If you are clever but don't talk about it, you
are .
9 If something makes you nervous, you feel
!) fJ'l, What is your favourite rainbow colour? Write it down ..
Listen. Do you agree with what they say about your favourite colour? Yes I No
4 Work in pairs. Aand B. Listen and complete ONLY your text.
Student A
RED
Vou are very Your
friends like you because you are honest
and you have a good sense of
...... Wear red clothes
and you will be full of energy and
everyone will ...... at you
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ORANGE
You are.......... .. .. and always
smile. You like parties and going out a
lot. wear orange
clothes when you feel self-confident.
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YELLOW
You are cleverer than you think. Believe
in your You can do
a lot for other people. If you are angry,
wear yellow and you will be
GREEN
You are relaxed and not ..
serious. You can make your friends
relaxed too. They like you because you
can ..... things down when
there are problems. Green clothes are
very romantic, so wear green to find
BLUE
You are honest and .
You don't like arguments with your
friends. If you wear blue, people around
you will be .
VIOLET
You know what you want to do in your
life but you are also .
You don't know it but your friends like
you a lot. If you're ..
wear violet and it wakes you up.
Take something violet into an exam and
it will help you.
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Student B
RED
You are very selt-confident. Your friends
like you because you are .
and you have a good sense of humour.
Wear red clothes and you will be full of
........................... and everyone will
look at you!
ORANGE
You are out-going and always
.................You like parties and going
out a iot. Only wear orange clothes when
you feel .
YELLOW
You are than you
think. Believe in your feelings. You can
do a lot for other people. If you are
........... .... .. ...., wear yellow and you will
be happier.
GREEN
You are and not too
serious. You can make your friends
relaxed too. They like you because you
can cool things down when there are
.... . Green clothes are very
..................., so wear green to find love.
BLUE
You are .... ..... ...... and loyal. You
don't like arguments with your friends. If
you wear blue, people .
you will be calm.
VIOLET
You know what you want to do in your
. but you are also
modest. You don't know it but your
friends like you a lot. If you're tired wear
violet and it you up.
Take something violet into an exam and it
will help you!
Intonation helps us check information. Check exercise 4 with a partner. Don't look at his/her text.
Read your text emphasising the words you have written. If you are right, your partner can say
'That's right'. If you are not right. your partner can say. 'Sorry, that should say' .. :.
Read or listen again and answer these questions.
1 Which colours give you energy?
2 Which colour is romantic?
3 Which colours are good for self-confient people?
4 Which colour helps you in an exam?
S Which colour makes you happy?
6 Which colour is calm?
7 Here are some ways we can agree or disagree. Write 'A' (agree) or '0' (disagree).
Then practise saying the expressions.
......... No way!
. Yes, that's right.
......... I agree with that.
.. That's very true.
. I'm sorry, I don't agree.
......... That's not true.
8 Speaking. Discuss the questions in exercise 6. Do you agree? Why, or why not?
9 Writing. Think about two people you know well. Describe
them and the colours they like. Use words from this unit.
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Can-do checklist
D I can agree and disagree.
D I can describe people.
D I can use intonation correctly.
D I can identify details in short articles.

34 PRIZE-GIVING
1 Find the names of these school subjects. Can you can get prizes for them at your school?
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Worst joker
Worst attendance Longest fingernails
Most colourful clothes Kindest student
Across
1 Study of different places on earth
3 Study of the body and plants
5 Study of the past
7 Painting
8 Work with numbers
Down
2 This language
4 Acting
6 Swimming, football, etc.
Here are some very DIFFERENT prizes!
Write them under the correct pictures.
o
1 2 3
o
4 .•...... 5 6
3 M Listen to the 'thank you' speeches by the people who received the prizes.
Match them to the pictures.
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4 Listen again and complete these sentences.
1 It means
2 It's to know that...
3 Janice was as bad as me
6 Put these words in order to find expressions
for thanking others.
1 for this thank much so giving prize this me you
4 I can't
_______ this!
S I _ _ _ _ _ _ appreciate this.
6 There are __ many people I want
Test your partner. Read out the phrases with
some words missing. Does he/she know the
missing words?
5 What do these expressions from the listening
mean?
1 I'm thrilled!
a) I'm angry. b) I'm very happy. c) I'm sad.
2 I'm really grateful. .
a) I'm thankful. b) I'm surprised. c) I'm sad.
3 I am so amazed.
a) I'm happy. b) I'm angry. cl I'm very surprised.
Practise these expressions. Use the correct
intonation.
2 real a this surprise is
3 this really appreciate I
4 enough can't I you thank
S this don't deserve I
7 The presenter said, 'Thank you all for coming
this evening.' We use 'thank you for + -;ng'.
Now thank your partner for these things.
1 He/she helped you with your homework.
2 He/she bought you a birthday present.
3 He/she asked you to a party.
4 He/she lent you some money.
S He/she told you the answer.
Reply with these expressions,
That's OK. No problem. You're welcome.
8 Writing. Choose a prize. Surprise your partner! Tell him he has just won that prize.
Now write your 'thank you' speech.
best dancer best artist best fashion sense best writer other: , ..
9 Speaking. In small groups. Student A: Present your prize
to the group. Begin like this:
A big weicome piease for . .. who has just won the prize for
Student B: give your 'thank you' speech.
Can-do checklist
D I can understand the main idea in presentations.
D I can write a message of thanks.
D I can thank people and respond to thanks.
D I can use some superlative adjectives.
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35 WE'RE LISTENING TO YOU!
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i) Talk about these questions.
1 Do you have a mobile phone?
2 Where do you use it?
3 Where CAN'T you use a mobile?
a) In a hospital. b) In shops.
c) In the street. d) On a plane.
e) In restaurants. f) In some trains.
~ Listen again and answer the questions.
1 Who are they talking to?
2 What are they talking about?
e __
!>fh Listen to these people talking on the phone.
Write the words under the pictures.
angry difficult unfinished
embarrassing sad romantic
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~ 1 - 2 - ~ Listen and repeat these expressions from the conversations.
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I miss you too.
Ican't talk now.
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Sorry, wrong number.
I'll be quick!
~ Now put the correct words from the expressions into the sentence.
1 It's not .. . It was my brother.
4 No, it wasn't him. It was .
2 I.
3 I can't
............................... my family when I'm on holiday.
. now. My parents are in.
5 I know you haven't got much time so I
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6 This is Ben's half of a phone conversation.
With a partner, complete the other half of
the conversation with these sentences.
I'm having dinner at seven.
My sister's staying with us next weekend.
I'm watching "Lord of the Rings" at the
moment.
I'm busy tomorrow.
My brother's staying with us this weekend.
No, I'm going to watch a programme on TV.
Ben: Hi Michelle, it's me.
1 .
Ben: Yes, it's a good film. Have you got any plans
for this evening? Shall I come round at seven?
2 .
7 Look at how Ben tries to make arrangements.
Have you got any plans for this ...?
Shall I come round at ... ?
Shall we go out ...?
Let's meet on ... at ...
How about ... ?
We can go for ....
I'll wait for you to phone me.
Here are some responses.
Ben: Well, how about eight?
3 .
Ben: I see. Shall we go out tomorrow then?
4 .
Ben: OK. Let's meet on Saturday - at the park
entrance. We can go for a walk.
S .
Ben: Oh, I didn't know you had a brother. Next
weekend?
6 ..
Ben: And a sister? Shall we... ? Right, I'll wait for
you to... phone me.
8 Speaking. With a partner make arrangements
to do these things. Remember to say when
and where you'll meet.
1 See the new Spiderman film.
2 Go to the beach.
3 Go to a Valentine's dance.
4 Go shopping together.
9 Writing. Write one side of a phone
conversation. Then see if your partner can
fill in the missing part.
Can-do checklist
D I can identify the topic of conversation around me.
D I can understand the main point of messages.
D I can write a short simple text.
D I can discuss arrangements.
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36 THE STORY OF HORACE HUMP
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1 Talk about these questions.
1 Did you like listening to stories when you were a child?
2 What was your favourite story?
3 What do you like to read now?
1
3
2
4 5
7
15
6
11 hide
12 love
14 pay
Complete the crossword with the past tense
of these verbs. Then write 'R' for regular
or 'I' for irregular.
Across: Down:
1 have ". 1 hate
4 be 2 hear
6 feel ". 3 look
7 run ". 4 go ".
8 work 5 shake
10 shout 9 grow".
13 cook
15 live ".
Now test your partner. Which pair can finish the fastest?
2
~ How do fairy stories begin and end?
1 a) Once upon a time". b) In the beginning there was".
2 a) ".and they lived until the end. b) ".and they lived happily ever after.
4 ~ Listen to the first part of the story and write:
a) the names of the people under the pictures.
b) who they are - brother, sister, wife, husband, villagers, cleaner, cook, workers, teacher, etc.
Big Bob Mad Monica Horace Hump the mushroom people Hannah Hump
5 Listen again and write adjectives under each person.
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6 Underline the correct answers. More than one may be correct.
1 Horaee was a} rich b} poor e} happy d) angry.
2 He hated a} mushrooms b) Hannah c) sunlight d} happy people.
3 Hannah loved a) flowers b) the forest c) Horaee d} sunlight.
4 Big Bob a) loved mushrooms b) felt sorry for Hannah c) lived in Hump House d} lived in the forrest.
5 Mad Moniea a} shouted at Hannah b) cleaned the house c) never spoke d) loved Bog Bob.
6 The best mushrooms grew a} in small, dark places b) in the sunlight c) under the ground.
7 Horaee a) paid the villagers a little b} didn't pay the villagers c) paid the villagers a lot.
S Horaee didn't get mushrooms himself because he was a) too dirty b) too angry c) too poor d} too big.
.v Why did these people hate Horace?
1 Hannah hated Horaee because.
2 Big Bob
3 Mad Moniea .
9 Writing. Write the ending of the story.
Answer these questions to help you
organise your ideas.
M Listen to the second part of the story
and put the pictures in the correct order.
1 How do you think Horaee died?
2 What did Hannah I Big Bob I Mad Moniea I
the mushroom people I do next?
3 Why?
4 What happened at the end? Did 'they all live
happily ever after'?
4 3 2 1
4 The mushroom people
Speaking. Tell your partner your version of the story.
Can-do checklist
o I can understand a short, simple story.
o I can tell a short, simple story.
o I can write a short description of past events.
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37 WORKOUT WITH WENDV

1 Talk about these questions.
1 Do you ever go to the gym)
2 Do you do other exercise?
3 What sort of exercise do you do at school? Do you like it?
2 &\ You are going to listen to a recording of a school exercise class. Listen and tick the
exercises the teacher makes the children do.
3 Listen again and correct these sentences.
1 Wendy is sixteen .
2 Mrs. Carson had an accident.
3 Wendy is married..
4 Mary wants to go home.
5 Peter is kissing Penny .
6 Martin is kicking the teacher .
Repeat. stressing the correct words.
Here are the questions the class
asked Wendy. Put them in order.
a What's your name?
b Is he big? .
c Do you want to be
my girlfriend?
d Can I go to the toilet?
e You aren't Mrs. Carson.
f Do you like kissing? .
g It's raining in the forest Miss.
h Did she fallout of a helicopter?
How old are you? .
5 Which of these instructions are opposites? Match them,
stretch your legs
bend your knees jump stand up lean on your right arm
lower your arms lie down sit up
lift your arms
Ask your partner to mime six verbs.
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With your partner put these instructions for exercises in the correct order.
1
a) Repeat 20 times. D
b) Sit up with your feet on the floor. D
c) Sit on the floor. IT]
d) Lie down. D
e) Lie down again. D
f) Bend your knees. D
g) Cross your arms over your chest. D
2
a) Hold a dictionary in each hand. D
b) Bend your arms in front of you. D
c) Stand up. ITJ
d) Repeat 10 times. D
f) Lower the books. D
3
a) Bend the bottom leg under you. D
b) Repeat SO times. D
c) Lower the leg. D
d) Turn over and repeat with the other leg. D
e) Lift the top leg. D
f) Lie on your side. D
1) Can you find 9 verbs connected with exercise?
Writing. Think of an exercise and write the instructions.
Use words and expressions from exercise 6 to help you.
J U K S T A N D
U S I T U P I L
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L I F T G A S E
S D K C I K S R
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Speaking. Tell a classmate to do the exercise. Did sheihe do it right?
Can-do checklist
D I can understand instructions related to exercise.
D I can write instructions related to exercise.
D I can understand a description of a present event.
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38 CELEBRITY PHONE-IN
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1 Can you think of celebrities whose names begin with these letters?
C .
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Now, ask your partner or another pair.
2 Talk about these questions.
1 What do you think 'Celebrity Phone-in' is?
a) A special telephone for famous people.
b) A programme about famous people.
c) A programme you can phone and ask
famous people questions.
2 Who is your favourite celebrity'
3 Write ONE question you would like to ask him/her.
3 What do you know about Britney Spears? Tell your partner. Use these ideas.
CB
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school her cars her money cosmetic her singing marriage her
uniform surgery hairstyle
4 r-n, Listen to part of a radio programme called Celebrity Phone-in. Tick the things
in exercise 3 they talked about?
5 Listen again and choose the correct answer.
1 Why is Britney not there?
a) She's recording a new record. b) She's filming a new video. c) She's making a TV programme.
2 Who is Darlene? a) Her sister. b) Another singer. c) Her friend.
3 Where is Jackie from? a) Southport. b) Oxford. c) Cambridge.
4 How many times has Britney got married? a) One. b) Two. c) We don't know.
S What is the name of the third caller? a) Kate. b) Grace. c) Jackie.
6 Do you think Darlene is really a 'good friend' to Britney?
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Asking for personal information
7 Reorder these words to make the three questions that the callers asked Darlene.
Then listen again and check.
1 Britney many got how has married times? .
2 she surgery have did was Britney cosmetic younger when? ..
3 of Britney singing is looks her famous or her because looks? .
8 Complete the puzzle with words from the listening and find the secret vertical word.
1 A famous person is a ...
2 Britney is a pop ...
3 She is busy making a new ...
4 Darlene is her ... friend.
S She knows her better her mother'
6 Jackie asked Darlene a .
7 How ... times... ?
8 The man you marry is your ...
9 Grace is from ...
10 Did Britney have ... surgery.
11 A nice, ... question.
12 That school ... really helped her!
13 I'm ... but we have to stop here.
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Speaking. Rotating roleplay: Celebrity Phone-in.
Half the class are celebrities.
The other half ask questions.
After three questions, change partners.
9 Writing. With a partner choose a celebrity for the phone-in programme. Write a interview.
Here are some questions to help you but you can think of your own as well.
Are you married I single I divorced?
When I Why did you get married I divorced?
Do you love your husband I wife I girlfriend I boyfriend I ... ?
How many children do you have?
What's your next film I match I book I song I ... ?
What do you like I hate most?
What's your favourite film I colour I TV programme I ... ?
When I Why did you start acting I singing I ...?
10
Can-do checklist
o I can understand familiar words.
o I can understand and respond to simple questions about myself or another person.
o I can write simple questions asking for personal information.
o I can write simple phrases about myself or another person.
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39 KIDS RULE
1 Talk about these questions.
1 Would you like to be a teacher and teach your teachers?
2 Do you think the teachers would like it?
3 What subjects do you think would be interesting for teachers to learn from students?
:2 ~ Listen to Mr. Thomas, a headteacher. He is talking about a special day at his school.
Does he talk about any of the things you mentioned?
3 Here are some of the things Mr. Thomas talked about. Match the words with the pictures.
( scratch .... spin .... customise .... board slide ....
)
4 Listen again and match the students' names with the activities in this table.
Janice Peters
Mark Johns
Maria Evans
Joel Farmer
Dj-ing
~ skateboarding
fashion
modern dance
do board slides
customise our clothes
spin
scratch
Check with a partner about the activities like this:
Janice Peters is going to teach them about ... She's going to teach them how to " .
5 What will happen on the last day?
a) There will be a special concert. b) There will be a show. c) There will be a test.
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6 After the 'Kids Rule' week Maria and Joel are talking about it.
Write the past tenses of the verbs.
1 be ............................
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2 listen
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3 fall ....
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4 think ........
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6 practise ..
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ffl Listen and tick the past tenses you hear.
7 Listen again. Which sentences are true and false for Maria and Joel?
Maria Joel
1 It was hard work.
2 The teachers listened well.
3 The teachers learned a lot.
4 One of the teachers got hurt.
S I'd like to be a teacher.
8 Complete this crossword with words from the listening and find the secret, vertical word.
1 We do this to our clothes to make them special for us.
2 One teacher broke his....
3 We stand on this. It's got wheels.
4 Red, blue and green are ...
S If we like new clothes, we like ...
6 Past tense of fa 11.
7 Something DJs do.
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9 Speaking. Plan a 'Kids Rule day' for your
teachers. First talk to your partner about your
free time activities and write them down. Use
this model.
A: What do you like doing in your free time?
B: I like/love skateboarding. I do it every
evening. How about you?
Tell your teacher which activities you wrote.
Can-do checklist
!IQ Writing. With your partner choose five
activities for the day. Write your plan.
Include this information: name of student,
activity (from the board), time, place
and one thing the teachers will learn.
Kids Rule Day
Marian will teach graffiti writing on
Monday morning from 9 to 11 a.m. We
will do the graffiti on the wall outside
the gym. Teachers will learn to read
and paint graffiti.
o I can understand a simple conversation about free time activities.
o I can understand simple information.
o I can talk about my free time activities.
o I can write a simple plan.
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recipe? Write it down and give it to
your partner to try.
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5 The students talk about the questions. For practise of
future tense, insist on complete sentences in the answers.
6 Explain that ASAP means 'as soon as possible' and is read
as 4 letters, not a word.
Key: 1 having on 2 at at 3 Would 4 let 5 on
If necessary, give more controlled practice by asking for
correct prepositions with a series of words, e.g. Monday?
- On Monday; 9 o'c1ocl<? - At 9 o'clock; ete.
Remind students we read phone numbers number by
number (1256 = one, two, five, six, NOT twelve, fifty-six).
7 The students do the task in pairs, changing after the first
student has given all the invitations. The idea is for them
to get faster and faster - if appropriate, it can be done as
a game to see which pairs finish first.
S The students work together and write the invitation.
Encourage creativity and humour! Let volunteers read
out their invitations to the class.
UNIT4
1 Discuss as a class. Ask the questions given and others that
come up naturally.
2 The students think of names for the clubs based on the
pictures. Write acceptable answers on the board.
Possible key: 1 Art / Painting Club 2 Magic Club / Harry
Unit 3
1 The students look for the words and talk about the
questions.
Key: cat, rabbit, mouse, fish, dog.
2 Elicit the concept of a 'Lost' notice and ideas abou1 what
sort of information would be on it.
Key: Nick's
3 Key: 1 female - B 2 friendly - E 3 hairy - D
4 sunbathing - A 5 dangerous - C
4 The students work individually and check in pairs. Make
sure they understand the question prompts as they need
them for the next activity.
Key: 1 Mitsy 2 spider (tarantula) 3 6 months 412 cm
5 brown 6 small mice 7 sleeping in beds
8 in the garden 9 Nick 10 1566333461
5 Half the class are A and half are B. The students complete
the questions - they are the same for both A and B.
Check with the whole class before letting them do the
second part of the activity.
In pairs, they ask and answer, using the information in
brackets on their cards.
Key: What's the animal's name? What type of animal is it?
How old is it? How long is it? What colour is it? What
kind of food does it like/eat? What does it like? Where
did you see it last? What is its owner's name? What is
your telephone number?
6 Explain and demonstrate any unknown adjectives.
Reinforce and practise the vocabulary by asking the
students to think of one of the words and miming it for
their partner, or the whole class.
Key: noisy - quiet, big - small, shy - friendly,
heavy - light, dangerous - safe, fast - slow
7 The students can choose more than one adjective for
each animal. Let them check answers in pairs or small
groups.
8 Key: hairy Tuesday tortoise dangerous quiet parrot
friendly
9 Students write a notice. This could be set as homework.
10 Based on the information in their notices and the
Questions \n ex.efc\se 5, the students ask and a.m.we£.
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sun umbrella
sausages & burgers
coke and crisps
fish and chips
smart clothes
c.asua\ dothes
a British flag
Unit 2
1 Use questions for pairwork or class discussion. Elicit
feedback.
2 Students read and match.
Key: A 3 B 1 C 2
3 Key: 1 at school 2 father 3 outside 4 out
5 her birthday 6 will
4 The students complete the chart. Elicit a description of
each picture to pre-teach or revise key vocabulary related
to parties: clothes, food and activities.
party A party B
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Unit 1
1 Talk about 1he title of the unit. The students read the
poem. As a whole class or in pairs, they invent another
'Love' poem.
2 Encourage the students only to scan to match the pictures
with the texts.
Key: 1 C 2 D 3 A 4 B
3 Again students scan to answer the questions.
Key: 1 C&D 2 B 3 B&C 4 A 5 A&D 6 B 7 A 8 B 9 A 10 C
4 Students read again. Ask them for an explanation for
their choice and teach 'both', if necessary.
Key: A & D: they are both interested in Italian and the
cinema.
B & C: they both like music and dancing.
5 Students unjumble and match.
Key: 1 quite - b 2 into - c 3 really - d 4 academy - a
6 Give them some more examples of things you are and
aren't into. Explain that any verbs go in the gerund. (I'm
into dancing.) Encourage students to use other items
from previous exercises. Ask for examples with the verbs
'love' and 'hate'.
7 Pre-teach 'plump'. Write the categories (age, home, hair,
etc.) on the board and elicit the correct questions orally
or in writing. Alternatively, write the questions on the
board and then rub out a few key words from each. The
students do the role-play.
S Students can follow the categories in ex. 7 to write their
website entry. Monitor the activity and select some to be
read aloud. The funnier the better. This could be set as
homework.
9 Give the silent dictation a chance. If it's too difficult - let
them speak! Students self-check.
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Potter Club 3 Animal lovers Club / Pet Club 4 Cinema /
Film / Video Club 5 Dance Club 6 Cooking Club
3 In pairs, they make predictions, ticking the boxes.
4 The students read and check their predictions.
Key: play games, do quizzes
5 The students read again and answer.
Key: 1 on Mondays, after school 2 in Room 10 3 10
4 talk, play games. learn magic tricks, do quizzes and
competitions 5 sign your name 6 Kathy Barnes
6 The students write 'positive' or 'negative' under each
adjective. Elicit meanings. To give them further practice,
ask 'What do you think of The Beatles / the film 'Matrix
3' / school', etc.?
Key: a positive b negative c positive d positive
e negative f positive
7 The students give their opinion using the adjectives.
8 The students think of some information for an imaginary
club.
9 They ask and answer questions. Remind them they can
use the questions in exercise 5 to help them.
10 5tudents write a notice about their club. They can
decorate it if they like. Display them on the walls for the
class to read. Vote on the most interesting I popular I
boring club.
Unit 5
1 Introduce the topic by asking 'Do you like wearing
T-shirts? When do you wear them more, summer or
winter? When would you not wear them?, ete.
The students label the pictures, using dictionaries if
necessary.
Key: 1 plain 2 baggy 3 designer 4 funny 5 tight
6 fancy
2 The students read the questionnaire, writing their
answers in column 1. Help with vocabulary.
3 The students ask and answer. Elicit feedback informally,
or collate the results on the board. Pay particular
attention to any interesting slogans that come up.
4 Students guess or tell you the meaning of 'slogan'.
Key: b
5 Ask the students if they ever buy things on the internet.
Focus on the reading task and the questions.
Key: 1 F 2 F 3 T 4 F 5 T 6 F 7 F
6 The students match the slogans and pictures. Explain any
expressions they don't understand, e.g. 'Bad Hair Day'.
Tell them that 'Red lorry, yellow lorry' is a tongue twister.
Key: lc 2d 3a 4b 5e 6f
7 Key: 1 d 2 e 3 f 4 c 5 a 6 b
8 Encourage the students to use expressions and vocabulary
from the unit. Set an approximate number of words.
9 The students design a T-shirt. Then they describe it
(without showing it) to their group who guesses who the
T-shirt is for.
UNIT 6
1 Talk about the picture or show the students something
odd you can do.
2 In pairs, or small groups, they sort out the words. Revise
body parts if necessary.
Key: A: move lift put write read stand touch
B: tongue head toes mouth thumb wrist nose ears
hands eyebrows
3 Key: 1 i 2 e 3 h 4 g 5 a 6 c 7 f Bb 9 d
4 Key: Martina can make horrible faces.
5 Key: 1 Marston 2 ugly 3 five 4 practises a lot 5 changes
6 Key: 1 village 2 ugly 3 rude 4 to frighten 5 windy
7 Allow a few minutes for a class competition. Encourage
responses such as, 'he's the ugliest. 5he's making the
worst face,' etc.
8 The students use their imaginations. Ask each group to
tell you the funniest one or two.
9 The final quiz is for fun. The fastest pair wins.
UNIT 7
1 Focus on the title. Say enthusiastically, 'Mobiles are fab'.
Ask if 'fab' is positive or negative (positive) and what it
means (fabulous). In teams or individually, the students
make words with the letters.
Possible key: bones, mole, mile, oil, hen, pen, men, lips,
smile, nose, mop, hop, mole, hole, pole, she, ship, shop,
shone, spoon, moon, pool, spool
2 The students do the matching. Talk about what you can
do with each option.
Key: 1 ringtones 2 photos 3 games 4 alarm 5 video
6 e ~ m a i l
3 Key: 1 c 2 c 3 b
4 The students read the texts again to find the words.
Key: 1 brilliant / wicked 2 a lot of 3 funky 4 too
5 CUL8R 6 I'd love
5 Encourage the students to talk about the questions. If
some students don't have mobiles, they can imagine!
6 Point out the grammar of suggestions as you go along.
Key: Any suggestions? Why don't you (+ infinitive)'
How about (+ gerund or noun)?
7 Go through the expressions in the boxes explaining any
vocabulary. The students make suggestions using
expressions from both boxes for each.
Key: 1 How about a new Nokia. It's a wicked phone.
2 Why don't you have/get/choose silver? It's a cool colour.
3 Why don't you get a contract. It's much cheaper.
4 What about the new Eminem song. It's funky.
BThe students can do the writing in class or for homework.
Remind them to use expressions from the unit.
9 The students talk about their mum's mobile, changing
some information.
UNIT 8
1 The students work in pairs or small groups. Don't check
the answers yet.
2 The students read and check the answers.
Key: 3 a) Harry Potter and the Philosopher's 5tone
b) Voldemort c) Hogwarts d) Dumbledore e) Ran,
Hermione f) J. K. Rowling g) Hagrid h) Hedwig
3 Elicit the meaning of 'magic trick'. Perhaps demonstrate
one you know! The students label the pictures.
Key: 1 vinegar 2 chicken bone 3 24 hours 4 bowl 5 tie
a knot 6 3 hours
4 The students order the instructions by matching them to
the pictures in exercise 3.
Key: a3 bl c4 d6 e2 f5
Practise pronunciation by repeating the instructions.
5 The students read the sentences and learn the words,
which help them with the next task. Do more work on
them if necessary: multiplying and adding numbers,
naming the cards in a pack, etc.
6 For Trick 2, Student A will need an envelope and pieces of
paper - or they can write the number on a piece of paper
and fold it. For Trick 3, 5tudent Bwill need ten cards.
Ace/joker and numbers 2 - 10. If necessary, they can
make their own cards from paper.
The students read their tricks at least twice so they are
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able to explain the instructions to each other, if possible,
without looking. Their partner has to follow the
instructions and do the trick.
7 The students write the instructions in class or at home.
UNIT 9
1 Ask the students if they like theme parks and which ones
they know. Then ask them to look at the key and find
each place on the map.
2 Key: 1 Dragon Mountain 2 Thunder River 3 restaurant
4 Loveboat 5 Vampire Run 6 Mini Railway 7 every half
hour 8 £8 98 p.m. 10 11 a.m.
3 Focus on vocabulary.
Key: 1 awesome, wicked 2 gift shop 3 scary 4 lake
5 ghost 6 spaceship 7 dragon 8 thunder
4 Key: 1 Yes 2 No 3 Thunder River 4 Thunder River
5 Before 6 Sue's 7 Meg 8 The mini railway 9 9 p.m.
5 The students practice giving each other simple directions
using the map.
6 The students 'chat' by passing the paper back and forth
to each other. Remind them to use the language seen in
the unit and NOT to communicate verbally.
UNIT 10
1 Ask the students what programmes they watch on
Saturday mornings. They do the matching. Elicit examples
of these programmes.
Key: 1 news 2 fashion 3 interviews 4 competitions
5 cookery
2 Check the students can express the time correctly.
Key: 1 10.45 211.00 311.15 412.45 511.30 6 9.30
712.15 812.00
3 Key: 1 Teen Drama 2 Teen Soap 3 Party Food
4 Storytime 5 Sports News 6 Fashion Extra 7 Teen
Problems 8 Quiztime 9 Interviews 10 Pop Band
11 Kids News 12 Cartoons
4 Key: 1 Emma and Hannah 2 Jane Markham 3 Monkton
High 4 Andrew Parker
5 Key: 1 T 2 F 3 F 4 T 5 F 6 F
6 Elicit examples and responses round the class before the
students do this in pairs. Remind them to use the -ing
form of 1he verb. (I love watching No)
7 Help the students with vocabulary as necessary. Make
sure they really try to do the second part in English.
8 This can be done as homework or in class. To make it
more interesting, tell the students not to say the name of
their friend and to read out the paragraph for the others
to guess who they are talking about.
UNIT 11
1 The students can work in pairs or small groups. Those
with the most correct answers win.
Possible key: 1 pyjamas, night dress, undervvear 2 belt
3 shoes, trainers, boots, slippers, socks 4 suit, shirt, tie
5 dress, skirt, T-shirt, bikini, swim suit, shorts 6 earrings,
necklace, ring
2 The students discuss the questions. Help with vocabulary.
3 Refer them to the cartoon and check they understand a
'clothes crisis' is when you don't know what to wear. Play
recording 11.1.
Key: They are both having a crisis. Tick 1, 2, 3, 7, B, 9, 10
Tapescript 11.1:
jane: Hi - it's me.
Frank: Hi there. How are you doing?
Jane: I hove Q problem!
Frank: And...
Jane: Ate you going 'a the party tonight?
Frank Yep. You're coming, aren't you?
Jane: Well, ...
Frank Oh - you'lf love it!
Jane: Frank - I'm having a clothes CRISIS!
Frank: Why don't you wear your new white trousers and the pink top?
They're great
lane: 1sat on a tomara sandwich in my white trousers and the dog ate
my pink top.
Frank: Ow! Your blue dress is cool. Wear that!
Jane: I (eel (ot today.
Frank: Well how about the black top with your white skirt
lane: I always wear that! What are you wearing?
Frank I'm having a dothes crisis too.
lane: Why don't you wear the silver shin and black trousers?
Frank The shins dirty and Emma, my darling little sister; painted a
green tree on the rrousers. I really have NOTHING to wear!
Frank: I've got an idea. Why don', we (orget the party and go shopping
for clothes instead!
lane: Cool. Ler's do thad
4 Key: 1 J 2 F 3 J 4 J 5 F 6 J 7 F
5 Key: 1 tomato sandwich 2 cool 3 fat 4 green tree
5 clothes
6 Ask 'How do you make suggestions?' Tell the students to
circle 'Why don't you' and 'How about' in the examples.
Then they practise in pairs, reading different
combinations. Ensure correct intonation.
7 The students make suggestions using the ideas in the
pictures.
Possible key: 1 Why don't you wear make-up! 2 Why
don't you take a taxi? 3 Why don't you wear a hat?
4 Why don't you wear a baggy T-shirt? 5 Why don't you
use cooking oil?
8 In pairs or small groups, the students make as many
suggestions and responses as they can. Reward the
'winning' group in some way to encourage and motivate.
9 The text message can be done in class or at home.
UNIT 12
1 The students talk about the questions. Elicit a list and put
it on the board.
2 Play recording 12.1.
Key: The following were mentioned: clothes, music,
boyfriend, friends, make-up, mobile phones, computer
games, films
Tapescript: 12,1
Debbie: Hi Bev. Everything OK?
Bev: No, it isn't!
Debbie: Why, whats up?
Bev: It's my Mum.
Debbie: Nor again!
8ev: I'm going crazy!
Debbie: 'N'hat is it now?
Bev. She hates my dothes. Because they're black.
Debbie: Mums always hare our dothes!
Bev. And she hates my music. She says its roo loud.
Debbie: Well, you do like loud music.
Bev: Thank you! She also hares my boyfriend. She says he's [00 old for
me.
Debbie: How old is he?
Bev: A year older than me!
Debbre: Ahl
Bev: She hares my friends too. She thinks they go our all the time and
don't do their homework.
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Debbie: But, ... we're very nice!
Bev: She hates my make-up - it's too heal;y. She hates my mobile
phone, my computer games, my films ..
Debbie: OK OKJ Enough!
3 The students listen again to fill in more detail. Check they
understand 'too'.
Key: 1 They're black. 2 It's too loud. 3 He's too old.
4 They don't do their homework. 5 It's too heavy.
(Explain this collocation.)
4 Explain 'should' if necessary. Don't check the answers yet.
5 Play recording 12.2. The students listen and check, then
repeat.
Key: See tapescript.
Tapescript: 12.2
I You should wear different colours.
2 You should listen to quieter music.
3 You should find 0 younger boyfriend.
4 You shouldn't wear make-up to school.
S You should go out with different friends
6 You shouldn't ploy games on the computer.
6 Play recording 12.3. The students write A-E. Afterwards,
ask them if they think this is good advice.
Key: 1 D 2 A 3 E 4 B 5 C
Tapescript: 12.3
A You should tell her you wear that colour becouse it doesn't look dirty!
B You should tell her you have it to phone her in an emergency.
C You should tell her you wear it to look as pretty as she does!
D You should tell her my (other is very rich!
E You should tell her they help old people at the weekends.
7 Read the example and model the dialogue with a good
student. Then ask them to complete the first box with
more ideas and practise similar dialogues in pairs.
8 Check they understand the vocabulary.
Key: 1 d 2 b 3 c 4 e 5 a 6 f
9 Point out the infinitive and negative infinitive forms.
Elicit ideas orally before asking the class to work in pairs.
10 The students can write the dialogue in class or at home.
Feedback the funniest answers.
UNIT 13
1 Play the game in two, or more groups. Insist they repeat
the complete sentence.
2 Check they understand and learn this vocabulary.
Key: 1 filling 2 brown bread 3 baguette 4 mayonnaise
5 roll 6 lettuce
3 Play recording 13.1. The students don't look at the page
but listen and choose something from the menu which
they then tell their partner about.
Tapescript: 13.1
Mark: This menu looks good and the prices ore OK too. I'll read it to
you and we can choose what to order. There ore different sorts o( bread.
You con choose (rom white or brown bread. Then there's a baguette or a
roll. There are lots o( fillings. You con hove cheese - I know you like that,
cheese, bacon, chicken, or ham. Yuk - I hate hom. Then we con hove
some salad, that's lettuce and tomato. My dad always coils lettuce
"rabbit (ood"! And with that you con choose mayonnaise - yum - or
tomato sauce. That's not very exciting, is it? The prices ore quite good. A
baguette is £2.50. I think Imight get that - it's big and I'm hungry! Aroll
or a sandwich is just £1.80. All the drinks are 90p. You con have orange
juice, cola, mineral water; coffee or tea. So, what do you think? I'm going
to have a baguette with bacon and cheese, lettuce and tomato sauce.
Oh, and a cola too. What about you?
4 The students listen again and complete the menu.
Key: 1 brown 2 cheese 3 ham 4 tomato 5 £1.80
6 roll 7 orange 8 tea
5 Key: 1 mineral water 2 tomato 3 baguette 4 filling
5 roll
6 Write 'fillings', 'both' and 'salads' on the board. Elicit and
write up the resulting list. Elicit and write up more ideas.
Key: blue cheese - B egg mayonnaise - F tuna - B
corn ~ F roast beef - F salami - F
7 The students first practise the expressions. Then they
work in pairs discussing their orders.
8 The students read and order the instructions. Play
recording 13.2 for them to check, and then repeat. Insist
on good pronunciation.
Key: See tapescript.
Tapescript: 13.2
I Take two slices o( bread.
2 Butter them.
3 Put some lettuce on the first slice,
4 Put some chicken on top o( this.
5 Finally, add the mayonnaise.
6 Put the second slice on top.
7 Cut it in half
8 Eat itl
9 Encourage the students to be as creative as possible with
their sandwiches! If possible, ask them to bring in a
strange sandwich for the next lesson and choose the
best/most interesting/most unusuaL If this is not possible,
get the students to vote on the ideas in class.
UNIT 14
1 The students read the definition and answer the
questions. Ensure they have a good idea of what a fete
is. Direct them to the photo and ask a few questions. For
example, 'Are they inside or outside? Is it busy? Why
not?'
2 After doing the exercise, ask the students to turn over
the page while you read the definitions again to see if
they can remember the answer.
Key: 1 fortune teller 2 music 3 stalls 4 games 5 food
6 races
3 Read through the questions with the class before playing
recording 14.1.
Key: 1c 2b 3a 4a 5c 6b 7b
Tapescript: 14.1
Good afternoon everyone. I'm Mr. Granger; the Headteacher and I wont
to welcome you to St Anne's school (ete. It's a lovely sunny day and
there's lots to do. Remember - we want to get £I,000 to buy new
books (or the schoollibrory. So, spend 0 Jot please!
At I o'clock we hove some (un races. For the TEACHERS! And ot 2
o'clock there is a singing competJtion. Perhaps we con find the next
Britney Spears or Robbje Willioms!
We have 0 lot o( fun games (or you too. In one game you con throw
water at me. I know the students ore going to /jke thatJ
There are lots o( stalls where you con buy (ood - cokes, burgers,
sandwiches. There ore also stalls which sell books, COs and a lot o( other
things. AND we hove Madame Zeto. She con tell you about your (uture!
We are going to have good music all afternoon so ... spend your
money and have a good time. Thank you (or coming!
4 Model the dialogue for the students. They practise it in
pairs a few times. Pay particular attention to correct
word stress.
5 The students practise the same type of dialogue as in
exercise 4 with the information on their cards.
6 Key: In order: sack race egg and spoon race
three-legged race find the duck
7 Play recording 14.2. The students listen and write the
name of the race.
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Key: 1 egg and spoon race 2 sack race 3 find the duck
4 three-legged race
Tapescript: 14.2
I You have a spoon wirh an egg on it You run (ast but rhe egg must
not (all.
2 You get into sacks andjump fast
3 There is a big box. In it rhere are lors of balls and some plastic ducks
under rhe balls. You find the ducks and run [0 put rhem in a bowl of
water.
4 You tie one leg to a (riend's leg and run (ast together.
8 The students do the crossword.
Key: Across: 3 fortune 4 egg 7 run 8 race 9 stalls
Down: 1 burger 2 teller 3 fete 4 spoon 6 games
9 Elicit examples of the information, perhaps writing it on
the board as an example. They then write and design a
leaflet.
10 The students tell a partner about the fete they have
invented.
UNIT 15
1 Give the students a few minutes to do this, then correct
with the class. This is key vocabulary.
Key: 1fast 2 a pub 3 a place name 4 a partner 5 a cheat
6 a castle 7 cool 8 twenty Secret word: fun rally
2 The students discuss the questions.
3 Play recording 15.1. The students answer the questions.
Key: 1b 2a 3c 4b 5c
Tapescript: 15.1
Nick Hi! It's me.
Jenna: Hi you! How are things?
N: Fanrastid
J: Really'
N: Yeah. I'm going on a car rally on Sunday.
J: WOW! Coo/!
N: Would you like ro be my pa([J1er?
j: R e a l l y ~ Of caurse - I'd LOVE to. What do we have to do'
N: Well, there are twenty cars and we sran at different times. They give
us a camera and we have to rake photos of different things and drive
fast to London.
j: What sort o( different things?
N: Aphoto of a pub, a photo of a football sradium, an unusual place
name, a yellow car, a castle, a boot - things like that
j: Great!
N: And we have to buy some things too, like baked beans, Q postcard
with Q beach on it something with our name on There are lots of things
to do. And we have to arrive in London first!
J: We can do it Your car is so fast We can win No problem.
N: We can if we take a lot of the photos before we start!
J: You big cheat!!
4 Key: Tick: 21519/10
5 Key: take photos, football stadium, place name, baked
beans go on a rally
6 The students do the quiz in pairs or small groups. The
fastest pair or group wins.
7 Remind the students of 'have to' + infinitive and point
out the use of 'do' in the question form. Play recording
15.2. The students listen and repeat.
Tapescript: 15.2 As on page in exercise 4.
8 The students prepare their questions from the prompts.
Check orally. They do the role play, choosing the correct
answer from the information on their cards.
9 The students generate ideas in pairs. Then they write
their ideas as rules.
UNIT 16
1 Individually or as a whole class, introduce the topic with
the questions.
2 The students do the exercise, first without the words in
the box and then with them. Explain any new vocabulary.
Ask them to name any '80nd Girls' they know of. Ask
them what a robot can do.
Key: 1 spy 2 a comedy 3 007 4 a robot 5 80nd girls
6 a gadget
3 Play recording 16.1. The students listen for gist and tell
you if they would like to see this film.
Tapescript: 16.1
The newjames Bond film starts on Saturday. This is NOT a normal
lames Bond filrn. This new film is a comedy! You must see it Will Smith is
James Bond, the famous spy and Oprah Winfrey is the gorgeous Bond
Girl! There is also a Bond Boy - johnny Depp! The story is exciting. There
is a plan to kill the President Can 007 stop if?James Bond has a lot of
new gadgets. There is a mobile phone that tells him 'tNhot to do. There is
also an incredible robot cafled 'Fred' who helps him. Of course James
Bond has a special car - this time it is a pretty pink mini! The film is
very funny and the actors are excellent Don't miss it In local dnemas
(rom I1€Xt Sawrdoy, at 7.30 and 10.00 pm.
4 The students listen again for specific information.
Key: 1 Saturday 2 Will Smith 3 Bond girl 4 Johnny
Depp 5 President 6 robot 7 mini 87.30, 10.00pm
5 Check the students understand adjectives on the 'cards'.
Divide the class into As and 8s. They listen again and
complete ONLY their card.
6 In pairs, they ask and answer to complete the other card.
Elicit other possible nouns for each adjective,
encouraging noun phrases: article + adjective + noun.
Key: A: 1 film 2 story 3 robot 4 car 5 film
8: 1 spy 2 80nd Girl 3 gadgets 4 pink mini 5 actors
7 Read through the recommendations and reasons and
check vocabulary. Play recording 16.2. The students listen
and match and then listen and repeat. Point out that the
reasons could be matched differently.
Key: See tapescript.
Tapescript: 16.2
You must see it It's really exdting!
Don't miss it It's very funny!
You'll love it It's brilliant
Don't see it! It's terrible.
You won't like it! It's so boring.
Don't go. It's really bad!
8 The students practise making recommendations.
9 The students work in pairs to invent a new film (as in the
poster) completing the notes. In class or as homework,
they write their review. They could also/alternatively
design an informative film poster.
10 The students read the reviews to the class or in groups.
Ask them to vote on the best / funniest / craziest film.
UNIT 17
1 Ask if they listen to the radio. Explain the meaning of
'radio advert'. The pair with the most correct words wins.
Possible key: dad, sad, drive, drove, star, art, river, eat,
seat ear, sea, did, dead, vest, rest, side, ride, tide, sit, sat
set, vet, etc.
2 Key: 1 bored 2 activities 3 herbs 4 present 5 on-line
6 laugh 7 trick 8 wizard
3 Play recording 17.1. The students write the number after
the correct words. There are three extra words.
Key: 1 holiday 2 presents 3 book 4 tea
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J Would you like a different sort of hoUday? Are you bored with sun,
sea and sand? Buy a 'Harry Potter Holiday'! For only £500 you can stay
at Hogwon's school. You con do lots of activities and meet some people
from the films. Book your wizard weekend on hphols.com. Do it NOW
2 Are you looking for Q present {or 0 (riend? We can help you choose.
Visit our website and see our fantastic ideas. Christmas presents,
birthday presents, goodbye presents and thank you presents - we hove
them all. AND all for under $1 Of So, stop looking and go on-line to
presentsforall.com.
3 Do you like to make your friends lough? ''The Best Joke Book Evert"
is in your Amazon bookshop now It's {/ /.50 and it is (ull ofjokes and
tricks. Buy it now and have FUN.'
4 Doesn't your boyfriend love you? Is your girlfriend angry with you?
Buy our new herb tea and they will come back
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'Love me'tea costs 10
euros a box and you can buy it on-line at nevvtea.com. We can change
your love life!
4 The students listen again and complete the words in the
pictures.
Key: 1 holiday, £500, Hphols.com 2 presents, $10,
presentsforall.com 3 joke book, £11.50, 4 newtea.com,
10 euros, Love me
5 Focus on the use of 'because'. The students complete the
sentences.
Key: 1 Hogwart's School 2 choose a present 3 laugh
4come
6 The students order the questions. Then encourage them
to change one word to ask about something different.
Elicit examples.
Key: 1 Would you like a different kind of car? 2 Do you
want to make your friends happy? 3 Are you looking
for a birthday present for your dad?
7 Key: 1 tea 2 present 3 joke 4 trick 5 on-line 6 website
7 activity 8 holiday 9 film 10 herbs
8 The students dictate an advert to each other. Make sure
they do not read from their partner's text.
9 Encourage the students to make the adverts fun and to
include questions, exclamations and information.
10 Record the best adverts for the class to listen to. If they
have the facilities, the students could record themselves
for homework. Alternatively, they could read out their
adverts and have a class vote.
UNIT 18
1 Focus on the title of the unit and explain it means
'I really want to hear what you have to say'. The students
work in groups of six to do the questionnaire. Elicit any
interesting or surprising findings.
2 Play recording 18.1. The students listen and match the
messages to the people.
Key: 1 friend 2 mechanical voice 3 grandparent
4 a child 5 teacher
Tapescript: 18.1
I It's jane. How are you doing?
Sorry you can't get through.
Leave your name and your number
And I'll get back to you.
1
2 Wake up! Wake up! Woke uP! Woke up,1
3 Hello? Hello? Are you there? She Isn't there Ben. Hello?Well- no,
nothing. Don't put that in the kitchen BertJ Hello? Oh,. . well, ... Now
I said you mustn't..
4 Hel/o. Who's that? My name's Susie. My mummy says I'm a .
5 This is Stella Stevens With a message for Mrs Banon. Con you tell us
why Maria is not at school today. Is she not well? Please phone me on
3 The students listen and repeat chorally following the
rhythm.
4 The students learn and practise the collocations.
Key: 1 Leave a message / your name / your number.
2 Answer the phone. 3 Press the star button.
4 Hang up the phone.
S Key: 1 message 2 press, button, leave 3 answer, name,
number 4 hang up, Leave
Model the intonation and then, in pairs, the students
practise the sentences.
6 Play recording 18.2. Elicit reasons for their choice.
Key: The message is NOT real.
Tapescript: 18.2
Good afternoon. This is the telephone company. Please press the star
button now. (bleep) If you would like information about our prices, press
I. If you would like a new phone, press 2. If you have a problem with a
phone, press 3. (bleep) If you are phoning about a home phone, press I.
If you are phoning about a business phone, press 2. (bleep) If you have
more than one phone, press I. If you have only one phone, press 2.
(bleep). If you are the house owner, press I. If you ore not the house
owner, press 2. If you are a child and you ore playing around, press 3.
(bleep) If you would like a Coca-Cola, press I. If you would like on ice
cream, press 2. (bleep) If you would like 0 vanilla ice cream, press I. If
you would like a chocolate ice cream, press 2. If you would like a toffee
ice cream, press 3. (bleep) Sorry - no toffee ice creams left., return to
main menu. If you would like information..
7 Play the recording again. The students choose an answer.
Key: 1 a 2 c 3 c 4 c 5 a 6 c 7 b
8 The students read and answer.
Key: A - funny B- serious
9 The students write a message. Encourage them to record
them if possible.
10 Do the activity with a good student as a model before
asking the students to work in pairs.
UNIT 19
1 Discuss the title with the class. Elicit some of their
experiences. Then ask the students to do the exercise.
Key: 1 e 2 d 3 a 4 b 5 c
2 Pre-teach 'would you'. The students work in groups and
ask the questions. Collate the results on the board by
asking the whole dass to raise. their hands. Dri\\ ( practise.
the new vocabulary from exercises 1 and 2.
3 Ask the students if they have seen a similar reality show
on TV. Ask the students to predict the answers before
listening. Play recording 19.1.
Key: a, d, e
Tapescript: 19.1
Presenter: So, Peter, was it very difficult?
Peter: VERY difficult I usually live in a comfortable house. I cook the
food I like. I drive my car to work. There is nothing dangerous in my Iife.
1
In the jungle everything was different!
Presenter: What was MOST difficult (or you?
Peter: Well, I slept in the open air. There were insects in my bed! That
was horrible. I didn't sleep well.Then, there was the (ood! We caught
snakes and small animals and cooked them. It was terrible, But we were
hungry so we ate them.
Presenter: Yuk.!
Peter: And because it was 0 television programme, we did some
difficult tests.
Presenter: I sow one of the tests. You put your head in 0 box with a lot
of big spiders!
Peter: Yes, that was scary! Ju/ie, my (riend. ate some horrible things that
were olive - ants and worms. She hated thad
Presenter: Me too!
Peter: I also walked in 0 river with some crocodiles. And there was
another test - I had insects inside my clothes!
Presenter: I'm glad you're still olive!
Peter: Me too!
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4 The students listen again and tick the correct pictures.
Key: Tick: a, b, d, e, f
5 Elicit names of more jungle animals and put them on the
board.
Key: 1 spiders 2 insects 3 ants 4 worms 5 snakes
6 crocodiles
6 The students complete the sentences. For further practise,
they can repeat the exercise as an oral c10ze in pairs.
Key: 1 slept 2 caught 3 did 4 put 5 ate 6 walked
7 put
7 The students discuss their ideas in pairs and then write
down the interesting ones using 'You must .. .'.
8 Refer them back to the structure in exercise 2, 'Would
you...?'. In groups, they ask questions based on the ideas
from exercise 7 and take note of the answers. Feedback
and find the 'bravest' student.
UNIT 20
1 Play 'Hangman' with the students on the board. Put up
13 spaces for the word 'announcements'. Explain the
meaning.
2 Play recording 20.1. The students work out where it is.
Key: a train station
Then encourage the students to guess the type of
information that is missing or unclear in the
announcement.
Key: 1 a time/number 2 a place 3 a place 4 object
5 a number 6 a name
Tapescript: 20.1
We ore very sorry but the (3. I 5) train from (Poole) is going to be late.A
passenger went past his (station) so he jumped off (the train). The train
wjl/ be (two) hours late. The (passenger) will be 0 lot later.
3 Play recording 20.2.
Key: 1 3.15 2 London 3 station 4 train 5 two
6 passenger
Tapescript: 20.2
(Some as 20.1 but clear.)
4 The students solve the anagram and learn key vocabulary.
Key: 1 pilot 2 ferry 3 saucepan 4 suitcase 5 underwear
6 flight 7 reception 8 delay
5 Play recording 20.3. The students write the number of
the recording next to the place.
Key: a) 2, 4 b) 3 c) 1 d) 5
Tapescript: 20.3
I The doors are now closing. Going down.
2 We apologise for the delay of ~ i g h t 702 from New York. The pilot
has 0 problem With directions and the plane is now ~ y i n g to Australia.
We will be very late.
3 We are sorry for the delay on the 6 o'clock ferry to France. Some
rats fell into 0 saucepan of rice and the captain is ill.
4 Mrs Porker; Mrs Porker please come to airport reception. Your
suitcase opened and your clothes are ~ y i n g in the wind. We like your
pink underwear!
5 Con the owner of a two metre snake please come to the hotel
reception... .. quickly!
6 Key: 1 doors, going 2 delay 3 saucepan 4 please
5 snake, reception
7 Read out the exchange, exaggerating the intonation a
little, for the students to listen and repeat. Then in pairs
they do the mini dialogues. They should be enthusiastic
in their responses, stressing the corrected word!
8 Help the students with their announcements. Encourage
them to be creative and use the expressions given.
9 The students can work as a whole class or in groups. They
read out their announcements with the occasional
unclear word for their classmates to correct.
UNIT 21
1 The students complete the crossword in pairs or alone.
Key: 1 Charles 2 Beckham 3 Madonna 4 Brad
5 Eminem 6 Elton 7 Britney
Elicit further information about these people from the
class.
2 The students find the collocations.
Key: 1 for 2 to 3 for
As a whole class, discuss what charities do. Encourage
them to use these new expressions.
3 The students read and match.
Key: A 5 B 3 C1 D 2 E4
4 The students unjumble the anagrams.
Key: 1 celebrities 2 designer 3 lipstick 4 private
5 shiny
5 The students read and answer.
Key: 1 mobile phone, sunglasses 2 lipstick, teacup
3 toothbrush 4 sunglasses 5 mobile phone 6 lipstick
7 sunglasses 8 toothbrush 9 teacup
6 The students express their opinions in pairs. Conclude as
a class discussion.
7 The students focus on expressions used in adverts.
Key: 1 for 2 in 3 selling 4 like 5 Buy
8 The students write a celebrity advert for the charity sale.
g Conduct a mini class auction. Tell each student to write
down an amount of money - don't tell them why. They
read out their adverts and 'bid' for the items. Each
student must try to 'buy' at least one item, but he can
not spend more money than he had written down.
UNIT 22
1 Play 'Hangman' with the students on the board with the
word 'Congratulations'.
2 Encourage the students to talk a little about the card
culture in your country, the U5 or the UK. Elicit types of
cards sent on different occasions. Put them on the board.
3 Explain the meaning of 'greeting'. The students match.
Key: 1 e 2 a 3 d 4 c 5 f 6 b
4 The students match texts written inside cards.
Key: A 4 B 1 C2 D 3 E6 F5
5 Practise these expressions with the students and
encourage them to learn at least some of them.
Key: 1 admirer 2 Many happy returns! 3 I've got the
memory of a goldfish. 4 ill 5 Please forgive me.
6 handsome
6 The students complete the expressions.
Key: 1 done 2 hear 3 forgive 4 do 5 thinking 6 marry
7 The students match the responses to the expressions.
Then they can practise the exchanges in pairs.
Key: a 3 b 4 c 6 d 1 e 2 f 5
8 The students work in pairs to think of different
situations. Then they practise the messages and
responses.
9 In class or at home, the students design and write their
cards. Put them around the class and vote on the best or
most unusual ones as well as the one with best English.
UNIT 23
1 The students label the items.
Key: 1 make-up 2 henna tattoo 3 painted nails
4 dyed hair 5 jewellery
2 The students read for speed to find the information.
Key: 1 20 minutes 2 £40 3 In October 4 while you wait
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3 The students discuss in groups quickly. Elicit a few
responses and help with vocabulary.
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4 Key: 1 the best 2 fully 3 expert 4 price 5 approximate
6 make
5 The students read and complete.
Key: 2 c 4 d 6 e 8 a 10 b
6 The students practise reading until they can do Kate's
part without looking.
7 The students complete the expressions. For further
practice, they work in pairs. one reads out the.
incomplete sentence and the other completes It orally.
Key: 1 agree 2 idea 3 should 4 don't 5 might 6 if
8 The students write P, Nor B.
Key: 1 P 2 N 3 P 4 B 5 P 6 P 7 B 8 P 9 N 10 P
9 Encourage the students to make interesting sentences.
Help with vocabulary as necessary.
10 Model the dialogue with one or two good students in
front of the class before setting the task for them all.
UNIT 24
1 The students ask each other the questions on the
questionnaire. Tell them to listen to their partner asking
the questions and NOT to read It. Feedback with the
whole class.
2 The students read the texts quickly.
Key: for both
3 The students read the texts more carefully.
Key: 1 c 2 a 3 a 4 c 5 a
4 The students complete the crossword with words from
the text.
Key: 1 celebrity 2 horoscope 3 magazine 4 prize 5 jokes
6 article 7 gift 8 letters 9 qUIz 10 fashion 11 Interview
The vertical word is: competition.
5 The students complete with words from the text. Then, in
pairs, they practise mini dialogues, responding with the
expressions given.
Key: 1 don't 2 should 3 could 4 could 5 suggest 6 think
6 The students use the prompts to plan their magazine,
practising the new language in a freer context.
7 The students draw and design the cover.
8 The students write an e-mail using the information from
exercise 6.
UNIT 25
1 The students talk about their bedrooms and makeovers
as a lead in.
2 The students scan to find the information in the first
paragraph only.
Key: 1 Karen and Matt npley. 2 Makeover Magic
3 A bedroom makeover.
3 The students read the rest of the text.
Key: nck: table/carpetJbed/bedcover/curtains/wallpaper/
lamps/light
4 The students write a list from memory. Then they look
back to the text to check and add others. To practise the
vocabulary, ask them what else can be pretty, bright, ete.
Key: light / dark / pretty / young / depressing / old / new /
boring / small/long / yellow / dirty / childISh / grown-up.
S The students read the e-mail and answer. You can ask
them to explain why not.
Key: 1 no
6 Work a little with the students on 'used to be ... but now
.. .' before they do the exercise.
Possible key: The walls used to have cartoons on but now
they have posters. The carpet used to be yellow but now
it's grey. The bedcover used to have cartoons on It now
it's baby blue. The curtains used to pink but now they're
dark green. The furniture used to be old but now it's
new and white. The lamps used to have roses on them
but now they're green with orange spots.
7 The students compare the pictures and write an e-mail
describing the differences.
Possible key: I used to have a big/double bed but now I
have a small/single one. The curtains used to be long but
now they are short. There used to be three small pictures
on one wall but now there's one big one. There used to
be a big rug at the foot of the bed but now there is a
small one between the bed and the desk. The desk used
to be small but now it is big. I didn't used to have a
computer, I used to have a laptop. The mirror used to be
long but now it is small and round.
8 The students can do the activity more than once to
improve fluency.
UNIT 26
1 The students ask each other the questions. Feedback and
collate their answers on the board.
2 Give them a time limit for this and then correct.
Key: 1 hills 2 gifts 3 disaster 4 wedding 5 prisoner
6 flood 7 bones
3 The students give their opinions.
4 The students read the first paragraph and tick.
Key: Bartonby biscuits, houses by the river, beautiful gifts
5 The students read the rest of the text and match.
Key: 1 c 2 b 3 d 4 a
6 The students complete the verbs, checking in the text.
Key: 1 killed 2 escaped 3 shot 4 fell 5 died
7 The students read the second part again and answer.
Key: 1 9.00 pm 2 Old Bridge in Newton Road 3 2.00 am
4 Frost Lane 5 Motorbikes 6 5t Martin's church
7 a woman in white dress 8 her cries 9 Bowen's Bridge
10 blood in the river 11 ten minutes down the river
12 moving bones
8 The students plan a walking tour.
9 They ask and answer each other about their tours trying
to use directions and questions from the Unit.
UNIT 27
1 The students work on the crossword. These words are
used in the text. Elicit the meaning of the hidden word.
Key: 1 cheeks 2 mirror 3 lunchbox 4 balloon 5 dress
6 popcorn 7 eyelashes 8 test 9 buttons
The hidden word is 'embarrass'.
2 The students read and underline words from the
crossword.
3 The students read and answer the questions. Remind
them of the possessive's' required in the answer.
Key: 1 Mike's 2 James's 3 Josie's 4 Gemma's 5 James' and
Mike's 6 Josie's
4 The students compete without rereading if they can.
Key: 1 undoing 2 out 3 taking 4 at home 5 round
6 put on 7 burst 8 went
5 The class vote on the best. You could ask them to retell
each other the most embarrassing entry.
6 Read through the boxes. Point out the verb tenses used
(past continuous and past simple) and If necessary revISe
and practise them quickly.
7 The students use the expressions from exercise 6 to help
them write about an embarrassing moment.
S The students retell their experiences in pairs first and
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UNIT 28
1 The students predict then read and check. Ask them
when they last said 'sorry' for something.
Key:b
2 The students write the number on the pictures. Check
they understand the vocabulary.
Key: a contact lens, sick, glue. a date, a wimp, a smell
3 The students read the apologies and answer the
questions.
Key: 1 Beth 2 Stuart 3 Marie 4 Anna SJohn Karen
6 Stuart
4 The students find the collocations from the text.
Key: 1 d 2 c 3 e 4 a 5 b
Elicit more examples orally then ask them to write some.
5 The students fill in the words for apologising. Check the
answers by reading out the complete sentences with a lot
of intonation. The students listen, check and repeat.
Key: 1 really 2 feel 3 say 4 apologise 5 so 6 forgive
7 for 8 need
6 Read out the expressions several times, exaggerating the
intonation somewhat, for the students to listen and
repeat. Tell them they should learn these expressions.
7 The students practise apologising in writing. Encourage
them to be creative, but also to try to keep to language
they know.
8 Encourage the students to say as much as they can. Ask
some pairs to repeat their best dialogue for the class.
UNIT 29
1 The students work individually and when they are stuck,
they can continue in pairs.
Key: 1 sight - eyes - see 2 hearing - ears - hear 3 touch -
hands - touch 4 smell - nose - smell 5 taste - tongue -
taste.
2 The students do the matching. Make sure they
understand 'Have you ever... ' and the vocabulary in the
questions. They ask and answer. For fun, ask for a show
of hands for each question.
Key: 1 f 2 b 3 e 4 d 5 a 6 c
3 The students read and tick the pictures referred to in the
text.
Key: c, d, e, f
4 The students answer true or false. Ask them to correct
the false answers.
Key: 1 F(SOME people) 2 F(but they CAN sense things)
3 T 4 F(a PARROT) 5 F(some PEOPLE) 6 T
5 The students complete the sentences.
Key: 1 extra 2 are 3 know 4 danger 5 believe
6 The students work in threes. Insist that they try to explain
only in English, or using signs and gestures.
7 Go over the vocabulary with the class and explain they
have to write write up the activity from the pictures and
prompts.
UNIT 30
1 Give the students a few moments to find any words they
can in the word search. Then in pairs they try to answer
the clues.
Key: dream holiday marry love heart kiss true summer
romance
2 The students guess, then read to check.
Key: b
3 The students read and answer the questions.
Key: 1 She hasn't got his address. 2 He has a piece of
spaghetti. 3 For Julio to come to England.
4 Discuss these collocations with the class.
Key: band d are correct. 1 get in 2 lose 3 lose 4 get in
5 To learn the vocabulary from the lesson, the students
play hangman in pairs or as a class.
6 Go through the examples and explain the grammar if
necessary. Then the students look for examples in the
text. Then model the sentences responses with the
correct intonation.
Key: Helmut said he'd send her his address but he didn't.
Eliza promised she'd phone Ryan but she didn't.
Julio said he would come to England but he didn't.
7 Read the example (with the photos) then set the task.
S The students invent a holiday romance of their own and
write the e-mail. Read out some of the more interesting
entries.
UNIT 31
1 Use this a warmer so the students talk about the topic.
2 The students complete the words. Brainstorm other shops
and places. Pre-teach 'health food shop' and 'phone
shop'.
Key: 1 supermarket 2 restaurant 3 cafe 4 sports shop
5 book shop 6 jeweller's 7 clothes shop 8 toilets
3 The students match and learn this vocabulary.
Key:1c 2 d 3a 4b
4 Focus on the plan and point out that they are of the
Meybridge Shopping Centre, ground floor and first floor.
Ask some questions: Where are the lifts? How many
entrances are there? Where is the fountain? (marked F)
Where is the statue? (marked 5), etc. Play recording 31.1.
The students listen and mark where Jenny is.
Key: Jenny is waiting outside the phone shop.
Tapescript: 31.1
Moria: Hi Jenny. I'm at the main entrance. VVhere are you?
jenny Hi! I'm ourside -Good Connections-.
Moria: VVhere's that? I've never been (0 this shopping centre before. It's
huge!
Jenny: It's on the (irst ~ o o r . Come in the main entrance and walk past
the big supermarket on your right Go up to the fountain in the middle.
Maria: OKYes, I can see the fountain. It's beautifUl.
jenny Yeah. The waters different colours.
Maria: So, where next?
jenny Go right at the fountain and take the escalator up to the first
poor. Tum left and then rum left. again at the statue. Go straight on -
you go past Browser's book shop on the right. Next to that there's
Mary's Health Foods.
Moria: My mum oft-en goes there.
jenny They sell horrible (ood, don't they? Well, turn right at Srarbuck.'s
Care. I'm outside Good Connections, the new phone shop, on the left.
Maria: Yes, I can see you. Youre wearing your yellow rap. (pause) Good
directions! There are a for of dothes shops here.
jenny Yes! I hope you've got a lot o( money. Were going to spend,
spend. spend!
5 Remind them to use logic as well as memory. Play the
recording again for them to check.
Key: 1 beautiful 2 big 3 gross 4 new 5 huge
6 yellow
6 Give them a few minutes to read the sentences and fill in
any words they can remember. Play the recording again.
Key: 1 on 2 Come in, past 3 at, take, up to 4 straight on,
go past 5 next to 6 turn right 7 outside
7 The students do oral cloze tests with each other.
S The students give their partners directions. This can be
done as many times as interest and time allows.
9 The note can be written in class or for homework.
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UNIT 32
1 The students make words from 'Big Brother'.
Possible key: her I rob I bit I bite I robber I hit I both I
hero I hot I got I bright I right I toe I the I robot, etc
2 Give them / Elicit some information about the TV show
'Big Brother'. (10 people spend 8 weeks isolated in a
special house. They are continually filmed. Each week
they, or the public, vote out one person. The last person
left is the winner.)
3 The students complete the words. Check the vocabulary.
Key: 1 slim 2 kind 3 plump 4 gorgeous 5 funky
6 muscular 7 organised
4 Play recording 32.1. The students listen and write the
names.
Key: 1 Paul 2 David 3 Kate 4 Vicky 5 Jackie 6 Joe
Tapescript: 32.1
Vicky is toll, slim and very pretty. She's sixteen and she likes tennis. She's
fiirty. )ackie is short with short dark hair: She's fifteen and she likes
cooking. She's plump. Kote is short with long, blond ho/(, She's fifteen and
she likes pop music. She's organised.joe is tall and block He's (ifteen
and he likes rap. He's funky. Dovid ;s short and muscular: He's sixteen
and he likes exercising. He's strong. Paul is toll with long, blond hair. He's
sixteen and he likes computers. He's gorgeous.
5 The students listen again and add more information.
Key: See tapescript.
6 Play recording 32.2. The students listen and answer.
Key: 1 false 2 false 3 true 4 false 5 true
Tapescript: 32.2
The housemares woke up early this morning. Big Brother played very
loud music at six thirty, There were some more Big Brother tricks. The
water in the showers was cold and there was no milk for breakfast The
housemates ore tired and bored.
7 The students label the plan. Check the vocabulary.
8 Play recording 32.3. The students listen and write the first
letter of each person's name in the room they are in.
Key: See tapescript.
Tapescript: 32.3
At the moment Vicky and joe ore in the living area. They ore both sitrmg
on the sofa, laughing and talking. jackie is cooking dinner in the kitchen
area. She's makJng chicken curry and rice. Kate is cleaning the jacuzzi in
the bathroom. She's angry because no one is helping her. Paul is in the
boys' bedroom lying on his bed. He's looking out of the window, watching
Oavid. Oavid is alone in the garden. He's lifting weights as usual.
9 The students complete the sentences. Play the recording
again if necessary.
Key: 1 laughing, talking 2 cooking 3 cleaning, helping
4 lying 5 lifting
10 The students write about six students giving their
personal details.
11 The students talk about the people they wrote about.
Then they decide who would win.
UNIT 33
1 The students write the order of the colours.
Key: 1 red 2 orange 3 yellow 4 green 5 blue 6 indigo
7 violet
2 Give some examples to reinforce the words after the
exercise or ask the students to repeat the exercise as an
oral cloze. (One has the page and reads the incomplete
sentences. The other says the word without looking at
the page.)
Key: 1 self-confident 2 out-going 3 honest 4 loyal
5 relaxed 6 romantic 7 creative 8 modest 9 stressed
3 Play recording 33.1 and tell the students to turn over
their pages and to listen to get the general idea and
comment quickly on their colour.
Tapescript: 33.3 As on page in exercise 4.
4 Looking ONLY at their part, A or B, the students listen
and complete. DON'T check the answers or allow
students to compare.
S Demonstrate the activity with a good student
emphasising how we can use intonation to check
information.
Key: Student A: Red: self confident I humour I look I.
Orange: out-going I only. Yellow: feelings I happier.
Green: too I cool I love. Blue: loyal I calm. Violet: modest
I tired.
Student B: Red: honest I energy. Orange: smiling I self-
confident. Yellow: cleverer / angry. Green: relaxed /
problems I romantic. Blue: honest I around. Violet: life I
wakes.
6 The students listen again and answer.
Key: 1 red 2 green 3 red and orange 4 violet 5 yellow
6 blue
7 The students classify the expressions. Then practise them.
Key: Agree: I agree with that.; Yes, that's right.; That's
very true.
Disagree: No way!; I'm sorry, I don't agree.; That's not
true.
8 The students express their opinion. Help them if
necessary.
9 The students can write simple sentences about friends,
classmates and/or family.
UNIT 34
1 Elicit the meaning of the title and elicit any famous prizes
they know, e.g. Oscars.
Key: Across: 1 geography 3 biology 5 history 7 art
8 maths Down: 2 English 4 drama 6 sports
2 The students match the prizes to the pictures. Check any
vocabulary. Ask if they can think of other funny prizes.
Key: 1 Worst joker 2 Most colourful clothes 3 Worst
attendance 4 Kindest student 5 Worst hair
6 Longest fingernails
3 Play recording 34.1. The students match the speeches to
the pictures.
Key: A 2 B 3 C 1 D 4 E6 F 5
Tapescript: 34.1
A Presenter: First, thank you 011 for coming this evening. Our first prize-
winner IS.. ... Hayley!
Hay/ey: I am so happy! Thonk you SO much everyone for giving me
this award. It means a lot to me. It's nice to know that I make the
school a more colourful place. Thank you, thank you!
B Presenter: A big welcome please (or our next prize-winner Brian!
Brian: This is a real surprise. I thought I come to school too oft-en to win.
janice was nearly as bad as me - she didn't come to school at 011 some
weeks. It was close! But I'm here today - (or once! Thank you again.
C Presenter: Let me introduce you to George!
George: I can't believe this! I don't deserve it I know my jokes ore bad
but sometimes people lough and I thought - maybe not this year..
but... / was wrong. Thank you all.
o Presenter: Here is the lovely lady Front
Fron: I om thrilled!! Thank you - 011 you wonderful people! I really
appreciate this. I, just well, Ijust LOVE people. I LOVE helping people
and I LOVE 011 of you (or giving me this prize! And o( course I'd like to
'honk 011 those people I hove helped.
E Presenter: A nice welcome please (or Oenise.
Oenise: Thank you! Thank you! It took 0 long time (or them to get this
long and no housework (or months because I didn't wont to break them!
I was sure that janers were longer but I'm really happy to have this
prize. Thank you all.
F Presenter: And finally hands together (or She/ley!
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Shelley: I am so amazed that I'm standing here today. I'd like to thank
my hairdresser Pam and my best friend Jean and my mother for 0/1 their
help this year. I'd also like to thank the makers of "Frizz" shampoo, There
ore so many people I wont to thank that..
4 The students complete the sentences. Then to consolidate
the expressions they do an oral cloze with their partner.
Key: 1 a lot to me 2 nice 3 nearly 4 believe 5 really
6 so, to thank
5 The students choose the correct answer. Check vocabulary
and model good intonation and word stress for them.
Key: 1 b 2 a 3 c
6 The students write the sentences in order.
Key: 1 Thank you so much for giving me this award.
2 This is a real surprise. 3 I really appreciate this.
4 I can't thank you enough. 5 I don't deserve this.
7 The students role play thanking and responding.
8 The students write speeches using expressions from the
lesson.
9 Choose a confident student as the presenter and let
him/her decide who to call out to give their speeches.
Unit 35
1 The students talk about mobile phones as a lead in to the
topic.
Key: 3 As appropriate in your country, usually: a, d, f
2 Play recording 35.1. The students do the matching.
Key: 1 angry 2 romantic 3 difficult 4 embarrassing
5 unfinished 6 sad
Tapescript: 35.1
A Darling! It's me.... I'm on the bus, 1mow, I hod to work late. Don't
worry. We'll be on time. ,., Yes we will Oh, for goodness sake! It's not my
fault ... OK go on you own, / hate their (ood anyv{ay!
B Hello, my little pussycot. .. , I missed you too. What plans hove you
got for tonight? That would be very nice! ... Of course I wont to see
you. I can't wait! lce cream and chocolate would be lovely! ... You too
darling/ /<jss kiss. See you later.
C Hi girlfriend! How're you doing? ... ah, really? Are you sure it was
him? ... But perhaps the blond girl was hiS sister. OK OK Don't cry. I'm
sorry I can't rolk now ... yes, he's right beside me! (phone down) Oops!
She sow us!
D Happy birthday '0 you. Happy b,rthday to you. Happy birthday
darling, beautiful, Susie '" Sorry, wrong number!
E Jim? It's your mother. I'm in the supermarket. ... I'll be quick. Now
listen. Do you wont sausages tonight? You con hove beef or lamb. ... I
said BEEF or LAMB or Hello? Jim? Oh, these things!
F Hi Michef/e, it's me, Ben ... yes, it's a good film. Hove you got any
plans for this evening? Shall I come round at seven? ... Well, how about
eight? ... I see. Shall we go out tomorrow then? ... OK Let's meet on
Saturday - at the pork entrance. We can go for 0 walk. ... Oh, I didn't
know you've got 0 brother. Next weekend? ... And 0 sister? Shall
we.....right I'll wait for you to (phone goes down)" .. phone me..
3 The students answer the questions, first in pairs, then
feedback to the class. Discuss different possibilities.
Possible key: a - man talking to wife about being late for
a dinner date. b - Girl talking to friend about seeing her
boyfriend with another girl. c - Boy talking to girlfriend
about arrangements for the evening. d - Boy phoning
his girlfriend but gets wrong number. e - A mother
talking to her son about what to buy for dinner. f - A
man talking to a woman who doesn't want to see him.
4 Play recording 35.2. Elicit the meanings of the expressions
before pronunciation practice.
Tapescript 35.2: As text on page.
5 The students complete the sentences.
Key: 1 my fault 2 miss 3 talk 4 wrong number
5 '11 be quick.
6 The students complete the sentences.
Key: 1 I'm watching Lord of the Rings at the moment.
2 I'm having dinner at seven. 3 No, I'm going to watch a
programme on TV. 4 I'm busy tomorrow. 5 My brother's
staying with us this weekend. 6 My sister's staying with
us next weekend.
7 Read through the expressions. Elicit possible ways to
complete them. Read through the responses.
8 The students role play arrangements.
9 The students write a one-sided phone call. Their partner
has to try to fill in the other part afterwards.
UNIT 36
1 The students discuss the questions as a class or in groups.
2 The students do the crossword. Check the vocabulary.
Key: Across: 1 had (I) 4 was (I) 6 felt (I) 7 ran (I)
8 worked (R) 10 shouted (R) 13 cooked (R) 15 lived (R)
Down: 1 hated (R) 2 heard (I) 3 looked (R) 4 went (I)
5 shook (I) 9 grew (I) 11 hid (I) 12 loved (R) 14 paid (I)
3 Ask and answer as a whole class,
Key: 1 a 2 b
4 Play recording 36.1. The students identify the people and
who they are in relation to each other.
Key: 1 Horace Hump - giant, husband 2 Hannah Hump-
wife 3 Big Bob - brother (to Horace), teacher
4 Mad Monica - cook, cleaner 5 The mushroom people-
villagers workers
Tapescript: 36.1
Part 1
Once upon a time there was on ugly old giant called Horace Hump
who was very rich. He was fat and hod 0 very red (ace because he was
always angry and shouting at people. He Jjved in 0 dark house in a
deep, dark forest and he hated sunlight and happy people. That was all
right because sunlight and happy people hated him too.
Horace hod 0 little wjfe coiled Hannah. She was Q round, happy person.
She liked sunlight and powers but she hated Horoce because he was
horrible to everyone.
Horoce also hod 0 brother who lived with him and Hannah in Hump
House. He was called Big Bob. He was a/so (at like Horace but he was
a very (riendly and kind giant He liked Hannah and felt sorry for her.
He hated Horace.
There was one more giant who lived at Hump House. This was Mad
Monica, the cook and cleaner. She was strange. She was very thin and
strong and cooked good dinners but she never spoke, Horace was
horrible to her too. Mod Manico hated Horace because he often said
that Hump House was too dirty.
Horace was very rich and he hod everything he wonted. But there was
one thing he loved more than anything. Mushrooms. Big mushrooms,
small mushrooms, white, brown or block mushrooms. He loved 011 of
them. But Horace had a problem. The best mushrooms grew in small,
dark places under the ground and giants were too big to go there. So,
Horoce paid the people of the village to find the mushrooms (or him
He only paid them a little money but they worked because they were
very; very poor. They 0150 hated Horace Hump.
S The students listen again and add more information.
Key: 1 horrible, little, fat, red face, angry 2 round, happy
3 tall, fat, friendly kind 4 strong, quiet thin, strange
6 The students choose the correct answers. More than one
may be correct.
Key: 1 a, d 2 c, d 3 a, d 4 b, c 5 b, c 6 a, c 7 a 8 d
7 1 because he was horrible to everyone. 2 because he felt
sorry for Hannah. 3 because he shouted about the dirty
house. 4 because he paid them so little.
8 Play recording 36.2. The students put the pictures in
order.
Key: 1 b 2 d 3 c 4 a
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Tapescript: 36.2
PART 2
One day rhe mushroom people were in a room ot Hump House with
Big Bob. He was telling them about good and bad mushrooms. He had
a board with picrures of mushrooms rhat were bad for giants to eat
Horace didn't wont the mushroom people to give him bad mushroomsJ
On the board was Q picture of an ugly, brown and white mushroom.
Under it were the words, -Killer mushroom-. Suddenly they heard on
enormous cmsh outside. the ground shook and the room went dark.
Everyone ran [0 rhe window and looked out There were some strange.
new dark hills in the garden. They went outside and looked carefUlly. Na.
they weren't h i l ~ . l t was Haraee Hump lying on his back H ~ stomach
wos so big that it hid the sun! He wasn't asleep. He wasn't resting.
Horace Hump wos dead.
9 Go through the questions with the class and encourage
at least four or five answers per question. Then they
decide on their version and write the ending.
10 The students work in pairs or small groups and tell the
whole story if they can. or easier, only their ending.
UNIT 37
1 Encourage discussion about exercise and keeping fit.
2 Play recording 37.1. The students listen and tick.
Key: Tick pictures a. b, c
Tapescript: 37.1
Good morning class. . No, I'm NOT Mrs. (arson. Mrs. Carson is not
very well today ... No, Paul, she didn't fall out of Q helicopter - she's got
Q cold... I'm Wendy; a student teacher; and I'm going to do some
exercises with you today. Yes? ... I'm eighteen. Peter? .. Thank you, but
I've got Q boyfriend. ... Yes, he's bigger than you. ... !Iike your hair too,
Paul. Any more questions? Yes, Mary? ..... No, you can't You can go to
the toilet later:
Now, we're going to do some jumping. We're going to jump up and
down. Can you do that? Very good. Up and down, up and down. Penny.
stop kissing Peter - he doesn't like it ... No. Mark, I don't like it either.
Now, we can jump and kick. Stretch those legs. Good! No Martin. don't
kick the person in (ront of you. That's not ... Not like. no, no .
STOPTHATl
OK no more /(jcJ<jng. We'll do some more jumping - you do that very
well. Again. Anns up and legs ouLJump! Legs in, arms down. jump. One
and two and ... Uke trees! Lots o( trees in a (orest! ... No, james it's
not raining in the (orestAh... Mary - ... Does anybody else want to go
... to the ... toilet?
3 The students listen again and correct the sentences.
Practise stressing the correct words with the students.
Key: 1 Wendy is eighteen. 2 Mrs. Carson has a cold.
3 Wendy has a boyfriend. 4 Mary wants to go to the
toilet. S Penny is kissing Peter. 6 Martin is kicking
another child.
4 Play the recording again and pause where the children
interrupt so the students can work out what was asked.
Key: le 2h 3a 4i Sc 6b 7d 8f 9g
5 Ask one student to come out to the front and
demonstrate the verbs. Then the students work out the
opposites. Give them time to study them for a few
minutes. Check by saying one and asking them to tell you
the opposite or to do it.
Key: stand up - lie down 1sit up; bend your knees-
stretch your legs; lift your arms - lower your arms; jump
has no opposite.
6 The students write the instructions in a logical order.
Check vocabulary.
Key: Exercise 1: c, d, g, f. b, e, a
Exercise 2: c, a. b. f. d Exercise 3: f, a. e, c. b. d
7 The students find the words.
Key: jump 1stand 1stretch 1sit up Ilie down 1bend 1kick 1
lift 1lower
8 The students write their own exercise.
9 If there is space, the students tell their partner what to
do, or, one student can come to the front and the
students tell him/her. Alternatively, the listening student
can draw a sketch of the exercise their partner describes.
UNIT 38
1 The students think of celebrity names in pairs or
individually and then compare with each other.
2 Talk about the questions in pairs or as a whole class.
Key: 1 c
3 The students work in pairs. Then elicit feedback from the
whole class.
4 Play recording 38.1. The students listen and tick the items
they hear.
Key: singing, cosmetic surgery, school uniform, marriage
Tapescript: 38.1
Presenter: Hi everyone! Welcome to Celebriry Phone-in - where YOU
ask the questions. Today's celebrity is very (amous. You all know her. le's
the USA's mp, pop princess - Britney Spears! Un(ortunately Britney can't
be wirh us but here is Darlene Phillips to tell us why.
Darlene: I'm so sorry rhar Britney can't be here today. She's filming her
new video. I'm her best friend and she asked me to come here and
answer your questions about her. I know her very well - beaer rhan her
morher!
Presenter: Thank you (or coming DarJene. Here is the first question.
Hello jQckie (rom Oxford.
jac/(je: Hi! Darlene, my question is - how many times has Britney got
married?
Darlene: Now thar's 0 difficult question. She often goes away (or a few
days and we don't know where she is. Then she comes back married! So
- it might be any number! Only Britney knows - and the husbands, o(
course!
Presenter: Fine. So we don't know if Britney is a Miss or a Mrs. at the
moment! And our second question is (rom Grace in Southporr. Hi Grace.
Grace: Hello! Darlene, did Britney have cosmetic surgery when she was
younger?
Darlene: Grace, dear. EVERYONE in the music business has had
cosmetic surgery!
Presenter: OKAnd our third question is (rom Kate in London.A nice,
easy question Kate.
Kate: Darlene, what do you think? Is Britney (amous (or her singing or
her looks?
Darleoe: Well now, you and I both know that Britney's singing is NOT
fantas6c. But she IS a lookerl And. that school unifann really helped herl
Presenter: Well thank you Dorlene. I'm sorry but we have to stop here.
And now - one o( Britney's (amous songs .
5 listen again and answer.
Key: 1 b 2 c 3 b 4 c S a
6 Discuss with the whoie class ideas such as loyalty to
friends, discretion, etc.
7 The students order the words to make questions. Then
they listen again and check. Practise pronunciation and
intonation with them.
Key: 1 How many times has Britney got married? 2 Did
Britney have cosmetic surgery when she was younger?
3 Is Britney famous because of her singing or her looks?
8 Make this a competition. The first student to finish wins.
Key: 1 celebrity 2 princess 3 video 4 best S than
6 question 7 many 8 husband 9Southport 10 cosmetic
11 easy 12 uniform 13 sorry
Hidden word: Britney Spears
9 The students work in pairs and write questions and
answers.
10 The students do a rotating role play: they stand in two
lines facing each other (or various groups of two lines).
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The students on the right ask and those on the left
answer. After one minute, tell half the class to move up
one person and to continue with the next question.
When about half the class have finished, they swap roles.
Have some feedback at the end about who was the most
interesting celebrity.
UNIT 39
1 The students talk about the questions as a lead in.
Explain the idea of 'swapping roles' and get their
reactions. Elicit what subjects might be appropriate and
put them on the board.
2 Play recording 39.1. After listening, go through the list
on the board to see which things coincided.
Tapescript: 39.1
Interviewer: So, Mr Thomas, what is this plan?
Mr Thomas: Well, (or one week some students in our school are going
to teach some of the teachers.
Interviewer: Interesting! And what subjects are they going to teach?
Mr Thomas: There are going ro be four subjects. Janice Peters is going
to teach fashion. She's going to reach us how to customise our domes
and look more fashionable. She will use colours, paints, jewellery, hats
and many more things.Then. MarkJohns is Q young DJ and he will teach
Dj-ing! He will reach us how to "scratch.
M
Maria Evans is going to teach
modern dance and she tells me she will teach us things like how to
spin. Finally there's )oeJ Former and he's a wonderful skateboarder. He's
going to teach us to do "board slides".
Interviewer: Wow.
r
Different (rom the normal school day! Difficult too.
Mr Thomas: Yes, it's not going to be easy. But it will be good fun and it
will be interesting for the students and teachers!
Interviewer: Is there a test for the teachers at the end of the week?
Mr Thomas: No, but there will be Q show on the last day.
Interviewer: Tell us more about that after this next record. ..
3 The students match the words to the pictures.
Key: a) customise b) spin c) scratch d) board slide
4 The students listen again and match up the items. They
check in pairs, using the model. Then talk about the
different activities with the class Ask, 'What can you do
to customise your clothes?' 'Where can you do board
slides?'
Key: Janice Peters - fashion - customise clothes; Mark
Johns - Dj-ing - scratch; Maria Evans - modern dance -
spin; Joel Farmer - skateboarding - do board slides
5 Ask what will happen on the last day.
Key: b
6 The students write the past tenses. Then play recording
39.2. They listen and tick.
Key: 1 waslwere 2 listened 3 fell 4 thought 5 learned
6 practised 7 broke 8 told Tick numbers: 1, 2. 3, 5, 6, 7.
Tapescript: 39.2
Moria: It was a cool week It was hard work for us and the teachers.
They listened very well. I think they are bener swdenrs than we are!
They leamed lots of new dance moves and they practised at home! I
liked teaching. I chink I'll be a teacher when I finish school.
)oel: It was so difficult The teachers didn't listen! They (ell off the
skateboords and Mr. Manners broke his leg! I don't think mbe a
teacher. You tell people again and again what to do and they don't
fisten.
7 Play the recording again. They answer true or false for
each person.
Key: 1 T T 2 T F 3 T F 4 FT 5 T F
8 The students complete the crossword.
Key: 1 customise 2 leg 3 board 4 colours 5 fashion
6 fell 7 scratch Vertical word: teacher
9 The students talk about free time activities using the
model to help them. Put a list of the activities they do on
the board - the students choose from these when
planning their own day.
10 The students write following the model.
UNIT 40
1 The students talk about food and cooking.
2 1 melted cheese 2 grill 3 salt and pepper 4 sauce
5 wooden spoon 6 ham 7 a slice of bread 8 scrambled
eggs 9 a frying pan
3 Play recording 40.1. The students tick the things
mentioned.
Key: slice of bread, ham, sauce, grill
Tapescript:
Good morning kids! A lovely Saturday morning and we hove a lot of
ideas about food for you today. Are you going to hove a party tonight?
Are some mates coming to watch a DVD? What can you give them to
eat? Well - the answer is here. Easy to make and delicious to eat. Got a
pencil and paper? Here's the reCipe for Welsh Rarebit
For each person you will need two slices of bread, two slices of ham. a
large piece of cheese, a little milk and some brown sauce.
First roost one side of the bread under the grill. Grote the cheese and
mix it with a little milk Then pur the ham on the untoosted side. Cover
this with the cheese and a little brown sauce. Pur this under the grill
again until the cheese melts.
4 Play the recording again. The students complete the text.
Key: See tapescript.
5 The students match. Help them with mime to understand
the words. Do further practise also with mime. Elicit
more collocations for each verb.
Key: 1 c 2 g 3 a 4 f 5 b 6 d 7 e 8 h
6 The students do the information gap activity in pairs. If
necessary, help with the question forms first.
Alternatively, this activity can be done as a pair dictation.
7 The students write their own recipe in class or for
homework. You can make a class recipe book.
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1 LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT 2 LET'S PARTY 3 LOST: ONE BIG, FAT SPIDER 4MYCLUB 5 GOT THE T-SHIRT 6 CAN YOU ...? 7 FAB PHONES 8 IT'S MAGIC 9 A TICKET TO RIDE 10 THE SATURDAY SHOW

Describing people Making invitations

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Describing pets
Describing activities

Asking and answering questions
Expressing ability

Making suggestions
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( ) 11 WHAT ARE YOU WEARING ( ) 12 MY MUM HATES MY ... ! ( ) 13 SANDWICH BAR ( ) 14 SUNDAY FETE ( ) 15 FUN RALLY ( ) 16 YOU MUST SEE ... ( ) 17 BUY ME! BUY ME! ( ) 18 I'M ALL EARS! ( ) 19 HOW BRAVE ARE YOU? ( ) 20 WHAT DID HE SAY?

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Describing an experience
Apologising

Giving instructions
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( ) 31 WHERE ARE YOU? ( ) 32 BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU! ( ) 33 TRUE COLOURS ( ) 34 PRIZE-GIVING ( ) 35 WE'RE LISTENING TO YOU! ( ) 36 THE STORY OF HORACE HUMP

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Writing activities can be used for homework. at the end of the book. A2: This is the second level which is usually reached by students who have been studying English for up to three years. Select activities to give extra practice for language presented in your course book or simply for fun! Choose the appropriate units for your class from the contents page where you can find information about level. The contents page of this book summarises the functional language practised. at your discretion. They are called 'can-do statements'. linked to the CEF descriptors. This example indicates that the listening is the second in unit 12. • Each unit presents and practises a wide range of new vocabulary. TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for CEF 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. A1: This is the first level described by the CEF and it refers to students in their first year or two of studying English. or done in class. 3 How dO I use this bOOk? ~ This shows that the unit is reading based. Units 1-20 are suitable for students at A1 level and units 21-40 are for students at A2 level. The book is divided into two sections. as they concentrate on the language learners can successfully use in English.fUUit 1kifD'tlf1UiN!tmlliJlUl { \ 37 WORKOUT WITH WENDY { \ 38 CELEBRITY PHONE-IN { \ 39 KIDS RULE { \ 40 COOKING FOR KIDS Giving instructions Asking for personal information Talking about free time activities 76 78 80 82 Giving instructions Teacher's notes and transcripts 84 INTRODUCTION 1 What is the Common European Framework? The Common European Framework (CEF) seeks to standardise the description and assessment of levels achieved in different languages across Europe.) You may wish to use the more difficult units to stretch your students or easier units for less advanced classes. topic and language items practised. . This can otherwise be referred to as Elementary. (The grading of the units is a guide. give ideas on how to stage the lessons. (if) This shows that the unit is listening based. • Each unit provides practice in writing and speaking. There are also some suggestions for extra activities. • Each unit is carefully staged to be both entertaining and achievable. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTIC INe. This book is perfect for teachers looking for interesting skills work to complement a course book. the units gradually become more difficult. 2 Why should I use this book? It is a rich resource of lively. photocopiable materials for use with secondary-school students who have been studying English for one to three years. • Each unit takes between 45-60 minutes of class time. The first ten units in each section have a reading input and the second ten have a listening input. and are directly linked to the CEF descriptors for these levels. • Each unit provides REAL language practice. • The topics are fun and engaging for teenagers. The Teachers' Notes. Within the sections. keys to the exercises and transcripts for the listening items. This can otherwise be referred to as Pre-Intermediate 'Can-do' checklist The Can-do checklist at the end of each unit tells the teacher and students what particular aspects of language the unit has practised. and reading or listening.

.... I'm into music and dancing and of course I love fashion! I really don't like football.. I don't like other sports very much..... I work in a clothes shop on Saturdays... I live with my parents in Birmingham. Hi! I'm Rachel... ! have a lot of CDs and sometimes I sing with my friends! I hate going to the gym! \ C.. In the evening I like going dancing........ I have dark hair and blue eyes. 6 Who is the oldest? 7 Who is the youngest? . and . C or D..1 LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT (~---------------~~~~-~~) Read this poem. and .... o 00 _4 . I'm fourteen and I'm in third year at secondary school. I live very near Dublin....... I'm a student and I study English...... I'm Mandy.. I go to Aries Music Academy! I have long dark hair and green eyes... I love Italian food and films. .. B..... . Read about these people and match them to the pictures. My name's Mike.... I want to be an English teacher......com. 3 Choose A.. TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for CH 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES.. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe. 9 Who wants to be a teacher? 10 Who isn't English? ...... I'm not very tall but I'm quite slim. 4 Who likes Johnny Depp? 5 Who likes languages? . This site is fictional. ( D. I'm learning French and Italian.JA..... B Who doesn't like the gym? ... Why ....... I'm sixteen and a half and I have red hair and green eyes.. r-l B... Do you like it? 'L' is for your Lips '0' is for Only you 'V' is for Very special 'E' is for Everyday I think of you. I'm sixteen and I play the guitar in a band with my friends. I'm thirteen years old and I'm blonde with blue eyes. 1 Who has dark hair? 2 Who has green eyes? 3 Who likes music a lot? . 4 Which people do you think make good pairs? ........ There is a new website called Findlove. I'm tall and slim. I live in London. . Bonjour! My name's Jacques and I'm French. My favourite actor is Johnny Depp! I don't like boy bands..... I really love music.. I like skateboarding and the cinema...

. AN IMPRINT OF 'iOlOI. q..IJ. 1 He's tequi slim. D I can understand simple descriptions of people. D I can write simple phrases about myself and other people. reading.... You and your partner are Jenny and Mark. Don't put the name on it.. horror stories.. 4 Music dacayem !) What are you into? Write three sentences... Jenny Age: 13 Home: London Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown Body shape: Plump...i:t:~ .ASOC INC. Can-do checklist D I can understand simple information. 3 I layrea/love it. Look at this information about two more people... choose a website entry from exercise 1 and dictate it to your partner BUT you must not speak! Your partner must not look at the exercise! You can only use your lips! Can you do it? Write an entry for someone in your class.:e~O'EP~le~ . it... The class must guess who it is. 2 I'm not ton. Who makes the best pairs? OR Silent dictation: Now.. ~ ~ Unjumble these words from the text... Then match them with their meanings.':'ri~b~in~g'!... What are you not into? Write three sentences. dogs Dislikes: Television SIBW!UB 'sawB5 Jalndwo::J :sa~'1s!o WBaJO ao! 'wB4~oa8 plABO '1IBqjOO~ :sa~ll AwapBo\f sjJodS :sa!pnlS WIIS 'jJ04S :adB4s AP08 anl8 :saA3 PUOl8 :J!BH JajSa40UBV'l :awoH v~ :a5\f ~JBW ~ Writing. Work with a partner and write a website entry for a new person: funny or serious! Then read out your entries to the class. Ask your partner questions.. short Studies: Second year secondary Likes: Sport.. b) not very fat c) I don't like it. D I can ask and answer questions about myself and other people.. a) school.. !) Speaking.. TIMESAVER 40 SUls Lessons tor CH 0 MAR:'( GLASGOW MAGAZINES.. friendly people. d) I like a lot...•• iil4ill"!i~!i11l121llii'~~~/I~t~Il~Iii~'~4~"~"~"~w~litI~i~U1~D~e~s~c.£p. .

com :I Read the invitations again and circle the correct answers. 3 When do your friends have parties? }J 0) ~ A~1 I~ 9 ~ r To· • Ue FrolD' S . Tom's party will be inside! outside. 1 Do you like parties? 2 What sort of parties do you like? ~ Here are invitations to three different parties. Let helen16 @hilltoWn. ASAP l566 892 537.:nd Dad come.. Tom's mother! father is cooking. Ev On will b erytbing e Engl· Englisb f lsb_ Ood Englisb 1 • E.~I. . Fnday. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTIC [Ne.T. F~..~M~a~k~in~g~in~V~i!'ta~t~io~n~s~ ~~ 1 LET'S PARTY! !) Talk about these questions.. 1 2 3 4 5 The English party is at school! at Mandy's house. . Helen's party is for her birthday! her sister's birthday. ••••• ~ f 0: .D~ti~l1I~i. . on Us lia.•• fZiltlllnris. n film~ andl ~~.tIg1ish c otb es.re an party 8ft Ell g l· ~Sh er in RoolD 15 School . out ~o we can are gOing toOl Let me be nOIsy . knoW if yOU ca c·mail: d drink Ollle. Read and match them to the pictures. d We will wate h ~ome goO junk food.<!i • • G2ii_~¥~/I~t~!I1~Uf~t~i1~$~...ria and ha v ing 1 a. Pl lllUS~C! ease c ~now 1_ ·deo party I'm having a.... nMESAVEII 40 Skills lHsons for CEf 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES.. 6 They will! won't speak English at Sue and Mary's party.VI for my on satur~ay l7irthday. Helen's parents will be in! out.~..H~len .

party A CD player video player ./ party B probably party C X sun umbrella sausages and beef burgers coke and crisps fish and chips smart clothes casual clothes a British flag 5 Ask your partner about each party. 0972 561324.. numbers and times. b) Sorry. Le.correctly? Now change over! . fel: 0223 566728 3 15th June.on5 for CH C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. 1 What food will they eat at Tom's / Sue's / Helen's party? 2 What clothes will they wear? 7 Speaking. D I can make basic invitations. D I can accept and/or refuse invitations politely.. Your partner can accept or refuse. .00 pm. my house." Barc/ay's 5 .00 pm. Invite your partner to the parties below. 3 What things will they do? 6 Complete these sentences with words from the invitations. My house. 8. Poo ! !~. I'd love to come. Look at these answers: a) Thanks. . 6. a cross (I() or write 'probably' in the boxes. 1 I'm 2 It will be a party 9 o'clock . AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe. Use the expressions in exercise 6.!) Writing. Tel: 0792 339 '426 TIMesAVER 40 Skill. Work with a partner and think of your own special party./). fel: 0366 765923 Friday. . lOt Can-do checklist h August.@ Where will you see these things? Put a tick (. D I can write simple invitations. Write the invitation and decorate it. Wll71l71ing D I can understand dates. Wednesday. you like to come? Please me know ASAP. How quickly you can do ALL the invitations . I can't make it. Carey's hotel. 3 4 S Phone me Monday.

. it "" . 2 Type of animal: 3 Age: 4 Length: ./NES.~'~i~II~D~es~c:!:r~ib~i~nggJ:p~e:!t~s -.!~ 3 LOST: ONE BIG. 5 Colour: 6 Food: 7 Likes: 8 I last saw it: . She IS very frrendly. Phone number nMESAVUl40 Skills Lessons for Uf 0 MARY GlASGOW MAGAZ. "".. "" . Milsy . please contact Nick on 1566 333461 1 Do you like animals? 2 Do you have any pets? !> Unjumble these words from the text.. fat spider called "Milsy".••.python) (2 metres) """.. 9 Owner: . """. ".. Then match them to the pictures. 1 Animal's name: . If you frnd her. Then ask about your partner's lost pet and complete the form. " "" •••••• ••· ·.""".."" ..""......!) Complete the questions on ONE card only. it last? (In a tree last Monday) " . . @) ~ Read the notice again and complete the information... """ ..~:1l~un~~#~·~. We last saw Milsy sunbathing in the garden on Tuesday. """ ... " . """... f ..? (Mice) . '" is it? (Snake .~:~. Likes Saw it last ..: (20792 445638) Food " ....••.•••. She IS six months old and likes eating small mice and sleeping in beds.· ...AST1C IrK- .""""". " is it? (Black and blue) What kind of food "".... What's the animal's .. 1 elamef 2 Iindfery 3 riyah 4 snaghinbut 5 reganosud f.and IS 12 cm long.. She IS brown and hairy .".. AA IMpflJNT Of SOfOl.fi~a~m.. "".is a female tarantula and she is very dangerous.. s.. h....""" •• "" . FAT SPIDER i) How many animals can you find? ~ Read the notice... . d .. Owner .i·.. .."" . ". A or B. Whose pet is lost? C T L F A B B I T I T H A 5 H M 0 D P H N F M 0 U 5 E 5 0 G L U R 0 R A LOST A big... does it like? (People) Where did you . is its owner's . ".. ".•• " .? (Kale) What is your """.. 10 Phone number: . type of How How • '''''''' is is it? (1 year) ? ? (Jeff) Animal's name Type of animal Age Lenglh Colour " •. ""..••.•.lZlbillfl:E~t~·'I2@1..•••••••.

........ type of How How ....... What is your it is is it? (80 years old) ? (28 cm) is~? (Black and brown) ~~ Animal's name Type of animal Age Length Colour Food Likes Saw it last Owner Phone number ....1I~D~e. iguana ... horse 8 These words from this unit are not spelled correctly. nMESAVER 40 Skills lesson! for Hf 0 MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES... Can you correct them? DON'T look back! hairi Tiusday tortose dangerus queit parot frendly 9 Writing....... ? (Jack) : (20792 900978) .. .. ........ ? (Terry) Is it? (Tortoise) ? (Cabbage and flowers) it last? (In a box in the kitchen) ............111l121itl_~~'~t~$~te....... . parrot ... elephant .............. .. .. Work with a partner....... .•• :llUi"!is................ cat .. .... . ....J~a~"~liif~i~.............. You can choose any animal! ~ Speaking...~~"~4~i$~............. dog .. D I can write personal details. rabbit . What kind of food Where did you ..... ....... does It like? (Sleeping) 6 Here are some words we can use to talk about animals.... Can-do checklist D I can understand short...... /'~" /' ~ " ""' ~~ ~ 7 Write adjectives from exercise 6 with these animals............ AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLA$T1C INC. D I can ask and answer questions about other people. ... chicken ..............':lri~b~in~g~p~e!ts~ Whafs the animal's .:!s~c... Ask and answer about your lost pet........ simple descriptions............ is its owner's......... Draw lines to connect opposites. Write a 'LOST' notice. D I can write simple notes and complete forms.... .

... ..... _r~ @EJ @0 The Lord ofthe Rings Club There is a new club after school on Mondays in Room ID.. .. 6 . Tick the things you think they do in this the read books write stories Read the notice ..... 3 .4·!ZI!ll'7it¥~till'2lZi.. The club secretary: Kathy 8arnes .:~ :{'«fJlilI«....please sign your name below... Ifyou want to be a member of our club.~~. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTlC lNe. .. ~ Look at these pictures and think of names for these clubs. 5 .. 1 2 ....name of a new club' The Lord of the Rings Club.. 4 ...Describing activities _ ~ ( =-----=-=============) ~ Talk about these questions..... You can play Lord of the Rings games and learn Lord of the Rings magic! We have Lord of the Rings quizzes and competitions and eat Lord of the Rings food! Ifs cool. I TlMESAVER 40 Skills lflSOOS for CH 0 MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES.. Would you like to be a member? There are ten members and we all love Tolkien.. We re you right on exercise 37 ..... .. 7~~lrS In our club you can talk about the Lord of the Rings books and filmS. ~ Here is club... ~ 4 MVCLUB AAre there any clubs at your school? What are they> re you a member? ......~m~1E~!~~~~~"'~~~~~~~!!..

.t.. Begin like this: What is the name of your club? c1u~.~t~Il~UI~t~#~. I'd like to go to the Magic Club. 2 Name of club Secretary's name When Where How many members Activities Opinion ~"~ '.~ . Can-do checklist o o o o I can understand notices. a) fun b) boring c) brilliant d) cool e) rubbish f) exciting 7 Which of the clubs in exercise 2 would you like to go to? Tell your partner why. . 8 In pairs..:" ".c :':.~/.'ori. I can ask for and give information. S How can you be a member? 3 How many members are there? 6 Who is the club secretary? 6 Are these words positive or negative? Write P or N. ~ ..i~iJ~D~e::s~c~ri~b~in~g~a. Change pairs. I can give a short description of something.~. invent a club. . I can write a simple notice. Write a notice for the club you like best.fZ/llll. I think it sounds brilliant.<· d- .". . -.:ct~iv~i~ti~e~s 5 Read the notice again and answer these questions. Use the ideas in exercise 8...'). to Writing. .ASTIC INC.~". -' . 9 l_ ~! Speaking.'iIllJE!tlI"ZULi:_~.~.::~ . ask about your partner's Write down the information in column 2.. TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for CIF C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINes.:. AN IMPRINT Of SOIOl..b~#i~l!1I~.. Complete the information in column 1.. 1 When is the club? 2 Where is the club? ~~ 4 What can you do in the club? .

This site is fictional. You can have words in different languages. T-shirts are not popular today. Complete the questionnaire about T-shirts for you. It can be funny. ~ Questionnaire. Find another partner and ask again. T/F T/F T/F T/F T/F T/F T/F gottheTshirt. Write a.com Do you want to be different from your friends? Are you looking for a special T-shirt? Thousands of people visit our website every day. Me A B I How often do you wear ~-shirts? a) very often b) sometimes b) a-few b) it depends b) pictures b) it depends b) tight c) not often c) not many c) no c) both? c) no c) normal? 2 How many T-shirts do you have? a) a lot :3 00 you like plain T-shirts? a) yes 4 00 you prefer T-shirts with 00 you like designer T-shirts? 00 you like your T-shirts What's your -favourite T-shirt? a) words a) yes a) baggy 5 6 7 What's your -favourite colour -for T-shirts? g !) Ask a partner and complete the questionnaire. AN IMPRINT Of SCHOLASTIC INC. le»o". size and colour. funny fancy designer baggy plain tight 1 2 3 4 5 6 . for CEF Cl MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. unusual or fancy! You can have words on the front or the back or both. ~ Read this website advert and answer true or false. . Some people put words on their T-shirts.~ What is a 'slogan'? a) something you eat b) a special message or words c) a picture or logo 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 You can't buy T-shirts on the internet. It's easy! Choose your design. Sometimes it takes a long time to get your T-shirt. There are not many slogans. You can choose a T-shirt just for you! You can have any slogan or picture you want. b or c. pretty.TIMESAVER 40 skills lessons for (EF Asking and answering questions 5 GOT THE T-SHIRT! :!> Use these words and label the T-shirts. . A lot of people buy plain T-shirts. Make your order and your special T-shirt will arrive in just 3 days! What do you want on yours? TIMESAVER 40 Skill. They can be in another language too..

Match the fronts with the backs. I'm an angel. In groups. Bad Hair Day! I'm a little devil! Which one is difficult to repeat quickly? Do you know more slogans to put on a T-shirt? Write them here: V Here are some slogans for fronts and backs of T-shirts. I'm only 99% You want breakfast in bed? My other shirt is a Backs a) Sleep in the kitchen! b) Versace. Red lorry. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe. o I can understand simple information. o I can write simple messages. Can your friends guess who it is for? Can-do checklist o I can ask and answer questions about myself and others. Design a T-shirt for someone in the class. Match the slogans to the pictures. 1 2 3 4 S 6 I'm cute! I love Harry Potter. If you can read this. Write about your favourite T-shirt.TIMESAVER 40 skills lessons for [EF Asking and answering questions ~~ Here are some T-shirts you can buy on 'gottheT-shirt.com'. . TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for CH Cl MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. creep' e) Brrrrummm! f) You're too close! @ Writing. c) Perfect! d) Not you. yellow lorry. Describe it and say why you like it. Fronts Hi Handsome! I love cars. ® Speaking. present your design.

tlIlDIq~~~. . 1 Can you touch your nose with your tongue? 2 Can you move one eyebrow? . P W T - 5 ut M . Lessons for CEF C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. . S Can you touch your toes? 6 Can you move your ears? 7 Can you stand on your head? S Can you write with both hands? 9 Can you read upside down? Now ask your partner to show you.~ij~l!JI~'~'~lJ~~E~x~p~r~e=ss~i~n~g~a~b~ir~lt~y -.~]. Complete them with the letters. ? ~ Some people can do strange things with their bodies! Like this! Can you do this? !) In A there are seven verbs and in B there are 10 parts of the body. . B T W Th M E T - N E H _ongue ..ead . TIMESAVER 40 Skill.J~t~M~I~~~t~*~s~i.. A. 3 Can you touch your wrist with your thumb? 4 Can you put your toe in your mouth? . AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe.oes - outh _umb rist - ose _ars - ands -yebrows 3 Match these questions to the pictures.rite R - Move ead _tand - ouch B.:~ 6 CAN YOU .

D I know the parts of the body. Here is another strange competition: 'Can you eat six burgers in two minutes?' With a partner..I MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. 5 kind of weather when the air moves a lot l) Can you make ugly faces? Have a 'Ugly Competition' in your class. ® Writing. The winner last year was Martina Bates and she made a realiy horrible face! Martina says that she practises a lot.' ! hope it's not windy this afternoonl E 5 Now correct the underlined words... TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for CEF (. simple article. 'If the wind changes and you are making a face. Sometimes people think she's rude but she's only practising! Martina learned to make faces when she was five years old. D I can understand a short. She wanted to frighten her sister! In England they say. in Marston village. 1 The competition is in a different place each year. Here are some more 'Can You' questions. . 4 Martina doesn't practise much. What can Martina do really well? The Ody COl'hpetitiou very year. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. think of 4 more 'Can you' competitions! ® Speaking. 3 Martina learned to make faces when she was ten. Ask your partner. ® Find words in the text that mean: 1 a small town 2 not beautiful 3 not polite . People come from all over the world and try to make the ugliest face. 4 to scare. your face will stay the same for ever.. 2 People make beautiful faces. there is an important competition.~ Read this short article. Today is the day of 'The Ugly Competition'. 5 If the wind stops. 1 Can you say 'Hello' in four languages? 2 Can you make the noise of a police car? 3 Can you sing a song in English? 4 Can you touch your nose with your foot? 5 Can you name three famous English footballers? 6 Can you say English words for one minute? Can-do checklist D I can ask and answer questions about ability. your face will stay the same.

b) alarms. b) a magazine. It's also got a lot of games and I can e-mail from it too. ~ Read these e-mails and circle the right answer. 5 . a) her sister. It's wicked! It's the new Nokia and I can take photos and videos with it. My ringtone is boring too. and you can change your ringtone every day! How about a photo of me on your screen?! You can take a photo with your phone this evening! CUL8R. Hi Ben! I've got a brilliant new mobile! I got it for my birthday from Mum and Dad. Why don't you get a ringtone from the net? You can get pop. It takes so long to send messages. b) her parents. It hasn't got video. 4 . AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. I'd love a new Nokia. classics.7 FAB PHONES 1 How many words can you make from the letters in 'MOBILE PHONES'? 2 Match these words to the pictures. etc. 6 . a) a friend. c) the internet. . It's got quick texting so I can text you really fast now. e-mail photos games ringtones video alarm 1 . 1 Penny asks Ben about 2 Ben tells Penny to get a ringtone from a) videos. Lessons for CH Cl MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. Ben. 3 . c) a friend. I want a funky ringtone. photos or quick texting. 3 Penny got the phone from • TIMESAVER 40 Skill. R&B. c) ringtones. Any suggestions? Love Penny xxx Dear Penny. Lucky you! My phone is really old.. 2 .

3 Shall I get a contract or a card? Any suggestions? Why don't you 4 I don't know which ringtone to get.. Any suggestions? How about .. funky. find words which mean: 1 wonderful 2 lots of 3 cool .. a wicked phone. Tell a friend about your mum's new mobile but change some details. much cheaper. simple descriptions. Use the ideas in boxes A and B to complete the sentences. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe. She says: ? Ben gives suggestions like this: Why . the new Eminem song 1 i'm going to buy a new mobile.... 5 See you later 6 I'd like 5 Talk about these questions with your partner. 1 2 3 4 What is your favourite ringtone? What is your favourite game? What is your favourite colour for a phone? Which is most useful for you? a) quick texting b) video c) photos d) e-mail 6 Look at the e-mails again and complete. o I can give short. Any suggestions? Why don't you .. 2 I don't know which colour to have. .. Write an e-mail about your mum's new mobile. A. silver a new Nokia a contract B.. Eriksson Black Pet's picture Britney Spears No e-mail No quick texting No video ® Speaking. .. o I can write a simple e-mail. . This is the information. . o I know vocabulary for mobile phones. . Can-do checklist o I can make simple suggestions. TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for CEF Cl MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES.. It's It's It's It's a cool colour. Penny asks Ben for suggestions.@ In the e-mails. you ? How a photo ? 7 Your Mum wants to buy a new mobile. 8 Writing. 4 also . . Any suggestions? How about ..

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In pairs.Jj gp. If he adds 3.J~P..). Try to learn the instructions for the trick and do it with your partner. Match them to the pictures in exercise 3 to find the correct order. (12) g9 '..!} .. ~ '1~l:lq . e) Take the chicken bone out. If you don't.*/. An ace is the highest. = i '-:J. When cards are face down. Student B reads trick 3. a bowl Instructions: a) Leave for 24 hours.1. but it doesn't have a number. you can't see the numbers....\!?MIV :'J.. 'pu~JJ) ..14 gpJ/?:J JO J. b) Put some vinegar in a bowl.Jn'J G. Don't look at this page! Can-do checklist o I can get an idea of the content of a short. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe.141 .:}I\O u...J!:?O ~LJ~ ~nJ L ... write down the instructions for your partner..J!?~ ~UlOg ~/IoV'J.J~GUI Write down the year of an important event..JO g!LJ~ L g 6 OL . Magic! Writing. simple article.IG J 6 Speaking. Now it is soft. try to remember one of these tricks and write it down. A joker is a card.Iqwnu . or the lowest card. o I can understand simple instructions..4 The instructions are jumbled. 1 multip!y 2 3 4 S 6 add face up face down ace joker I can multiply big numbers..lg (Jf61?01 P..U:lIl. ... f) Tie a knot in the bone. Trick 1 You need: a chicken bone. you can see the numbers.JnoA U. Student A reads trick 2. o I can give simple instructions.Guo!~~n.. (300 x 12 360) He has 2 cards. Hey presto! You have a chicken bone with a knot in it! Magic! You can try this at home! _l_ 5 Do you know these words? Read the example sentences. (2 + 3 = 5) When cards are face up.IJ:J. d) Leave it for 3 hours. It is useful. Now it is hard.IUQ . (6) Add up the numbers.ml-v .1"0 U. some vinegar.m'J pUr? punoJ u·. Trick 2 You need: an envelope and a piece of paper Instructions: pJI'?:J lfJ.JnoA 01 AI:lf.WI 941 wo.J~1or ~~v Z ~i7 U! UMOp ~o!:?} Gp. o I can write simple instructions.IIIOUJ .1/ 0+ 1-y6JJ Ul0. 4 Say to your friend: 9141 pJ/?:J . TIM~SAV~R 40 Skills Lessons for CEF Cl MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. (2005 x 2 = 2010) 2 Write this on a piece of paper.ILp Si 1 First you multiply the year by two.. 3 Put the paper in the envelope. e) Put a chicken bone in the vinegar. he'll have 5...Jnl Z Write down your date of birth. Do you know a magic trick? If you do. (1993 + 12 + 1999 + 6 = 2010) 5 Now open the envelope and show him the number. (1999) Write down how many years it is after this event. (1993) Write down your age.

It's next to that.. Restaurant c. Vampire Run Thunder River Gift Shop Dragon Mountain Mini Railway Toilets Opening times: Mon-Fri: 11 a. Key to map a.there's a (4) the lake too. k. kiss! And you and Jenny can go on (5) .. No. Tell your mum yon'll be home about 9. Yes. h. Then we can have lunch... ... MEG: SUE: MEG: SUE: MEG: SUE: MEG: MEG: There's a (3) by the park. sorry. Prices: Under 14: £8 14 & over: £12 Mini Railway times: Half past every hour MEG: SUE: MEG: SUE: MEG: SUE: MEG: SUE: MEG: SUE: Hi! Can you come to the Medway Theme Park witb us on Saturday? Yeah. We can start with those two. you and Jim can go on that! Kiss.. . AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. j.. Mum says it's OK. It's a ride through water. Pet's Corner f...8 p. Ghost Train e. It's by I see it. Brilliant.m. It opens at (10) . I can't find that on the map. It's awesome! You get very wet! OK..9 A TICKET TO RIDE ~ Look at the information for Medway Theme Park. You like scary things I Dracula and friends!! If you waut to go round the park there's a (6) There's a train every 10 minutes. tbe lake. Start at the entrance and turn right at the gift shop. Which is the best? I like (1) .6 p. Spaceship g. (7) .. Loveboat b. Turn left at the lake and it's on the right. Find each attraction on the map. Weekends: 10 a. on Got it! Oh .m. It looks wicked! Do you like fast rides? I love tbem... It closes at I'll meet you at the (9) entrance on Saturday morning. i..m. How much is a ticket for the park? It's (8) for under 14s. I've got the map.m. • TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for CEF Cl MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. I. See you then. What's (2). Restaurant d.

Do NOT speak. 6 Is Jim Sue's boyfriend or Meg's? . Start at ... wicked .. 1 Which two words mean fantastic? 2 Where can you buy presents? .:e::ct~iO~nrtS~. 8 Which word means a loud noise in the sky?. Turn right at . lake scary S Which word means the spirit of a dead person? 6 Which word means a type of transport to other planets? 7 Which word means a large. Then we can .. Turn left at . After that we can . . ~ ~ thunder spaceship giftshop awesome 3 Answer the questions using these words. I can give simple directions.-v~in~g~d~ir.~#~t~... We can start with. Meg and Sue used these words to give directions.. 3 Which word means frightening? 4 Which word means a large area of water? . Get a piece of paper and write a 'chat' with your partner about your next visit to the theme park. ~ Writing. It's on the left.... 1 Does Sue like fast rides? 2 Is Vampire Run near the gift shop? 3 What is by the lake? .. 7 Who likes scary things? . I can write simple messages. TIMESAVER 40 Skills ~5 for en 0 MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. I can find information about times and prices.~'~i~lJ~G~i. 8 What goes round the park every 30 minutes? 4 On which ride do you get wet? S Will they go on Dragon Mountain before or 9 When will they get home? after lunch? ... imaginary animal? . It's next to . Then change over. Meg and Sue talked about their plans like this..••~llmm'tE"G2Zi. where to eat and time to go home. rides to go on.. 4 Answer these questions.. .f:'~~~/I~t~1tl~Ui~. Plan your day together: include a time and to meet.n~ii~m. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTK: INe.. It's by .. 5 Speaking. Choose places on the map and give your partner directions using the words..... Can-do checklist o o o o I can understand simple directions.

: a W SX1Y These pictures show different types of programmes... Emma and Hannah are two normal 3 Lots of suggestions from our creative chefs. Mickey and all your favourites. 5 What's your sport? Everything is here! 12 Donald.IfS 7 What time can you get some advice on problems? 8 What time can you see something about football? FaShion Extra Interviews Teen Soap Sports news Teen Problems Party FOOd 3 What's on on 5aturday? Read the information and name the TV programme.15 Teen Drama 10.00 Storytime 10. Match the words to the pictures.. Or are they? This drama continues every week. We've got the answers. 3 What time can you learn about new clothes? .IfS Pop Band /1.00 Playtime 9. TIMESAVER 4(1 Skills Lessons for CEF C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. ? Find out in Monkton Jane Markham reads a different story each week. 9 Celebrities tell all! 11 What's happening? Andrew Parker tells us.IfS IZ. fashion news competitions interviews cookery :z Read the TV guide and answer the questions. 1 The Witches of Blackwood. 2 Does Dan really love Nadia? Or Sarah or Megan or Pat or . 1 What time can you listen to music? .30 /1. 4 6 Want to look good? 10 All your favourite music.OO IZ. 2 What time can you watch some games? . 7 Got a problem? Phone girls. 4 What time can you hear about cooking? . . AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe.. 6 What time can you learn about important things in the world? saturetay's TV KidS news 9. 5 What time can you listen to a famous person? .15 /1030 /I.. 8 Fun for all with games and competitions. High.IfS Cartoons 10. us.IS IZ..TIMESAVER 40 skills lessons for CEF Expressing likes and dislikes 10 THE SATURDAY SHOW C' " 1 .

. ~ Are these sentences true or false? 1 The drama story continues next week.ASllC INe. I prefer . Writing. 6 Complete these phrases with your opinion of TV programmes.. © © I really like © 7 I quite like . Me too.. 3 You can write to the programme about your problems. 6 You can watch sports all morning. D I can talk about television programmes. . 4 The chefs have some good ideas. Can-do checklist . First answer these questions about your friend/partner.. He/she must respond.. ===Ihate \cJ \cl \cl ® I don't like ® ® I really don't like . I really like him.TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for (Er Expressing likes and dislikes 4 Read again and find: 1 The names of the two girls in the teen drama.. you're right. D I can give a basic opinion. / No. Reponses ===11Qve ~\::::::}\::::!) . Speaking. . AN IMPRltrr Of SQ. . . 5 The celebrities play the games.-!) D I can talk about likes and dislikes and express time. Me neither. Your favourite celebrity is Brad Pitt. I don't like him much. T/ F T/F T/F T/F T/F 2 The name of the person who reads the story. Write a short paragraph about your partner/friend. 1 Who is his/her favourite celebrity? 2 What is his/her favourite sport? 3 What is his/her favourite film? 4 What is his/her favourite food? 5 What is his/her favourite band? 6 What is his/her favourite TV programme? 7 What are his/her favourite clothes? 8 What is his/her favourite cartoon? 9 Does he/she prefer horror or romantic films? 10 Does he/she have a favourite hobby? Now check with your friend/partner and respond using expressions from exercise 6. Start with: 'My friend really likes . I prefer . . D I can write a simple message.0l. . .. Yes. you're wrong. agree and disagree.' nMtsAVE:R 40 Skills Lessons for QF 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. T/F 2 Dan only likes one girl. Tell a partner. 3 The name of the school in Teen Soap 4 The name of the news reader . Play the 'How well do you know your friend?' game.. but she/he hates.

... Write 'J' for Jane and 'F' for Frank. 4 Things men usually wear to the office..~. 1 Do you go to many parties? 2 What do you like to wear to parties? 3 ~ You are going to hear two people talking about a clothes crisis! Who is having the crisis. 1 silver shirt 2 3 4 5 pink top black trousers pink dress green skirt 6 7 8 9 10 red top white skirt blue dress white trousers black top " Listen again. . 5 Things girls often wear in summer. . 2 You wear this around your waist. - 1 Jane sat on a .l1t'~Z~"~t~$~UI~14~?i~t~. 5 They will go shopping for . 2 Talk about these questions.. ...·.. 6 has a blue dress .. to wear the blue dress. 3 Things you wear on your feet. 2 has black trousers 3 has a dog .p~"~liJI~. on the black trousers. Jane or Frank? Listen and tick the clothes you hear. ? 1 is not thin . Who .... 7 has a silver shirt .:SU~g~g~e~s~t~io~n~s~ ~ ~@O= 1 Class quiz. 5 Can you remember? Complete the sentences. 6 Types of jewellery. 4 has white trousers 5 has a sister . Write as many words as you can..~g~M~a~k~in~g:l. 1 You wear these in bed... instead. 2 Frank thinks Jane's dress is 3 Jane thinks she's too 4 Emma painted a .Zl41ll"!sl'lm2:l... TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessQns for CEF Cl MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES........ Name these clothes. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe.

I'm too ill! That's a gQQQ idea! OK. they made suggestions like this. !> Jackie wants to go to a party but she has some problems! Can you help her? (Use the ideas in the pictures.!) Writing. ~0 5 My brother used all my hair gel. practise reading these suggestions and responses. Responses I don't like it/them. . ~ 1!) Speaking.) 1 I have a big spot on my nose! "Y~Ycl()I1'tyou . Write a message to your friend to say you can't go to a party with him/her and give some reasons. 2 I missed the bus.A5T1C INe. o I can talk about problems and make eXCUseS. It's too old. How many suggestions and responses can you make about clothes in five minutes? Change the underlined words in exercise 6. o I can write simple phrases and sentences. o I can make and respond to simple suggestions. Suggestions Why don't you wear your new white trousers? How about the black top? Why don't you wear the silver shirt? Why don't we forget the party? No way! Let's do that! In pairs. They can be real or not! Can-do checklist o I can understand a simple conversation. . 3 I changed the colour of my hair and I look like a carrot! 4 I ate too much dinner and I'm very fat today. TIMESAVeR 40 Skills Lessons far CEF C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES.6 In the conversation. AN IMPRINT OF SCH0\.

Then listen again and repeat.. Listen and match his advice. 3 4 Her boyfriend: he's. ! ( 1 Talk about these questions and write a list. 1 Her clothes: they're.. 2 Her music: it's .. gives her some advice. 1 Her clothes: wear I different colours 2 Her music: listen to I quieter 3 Her boyfriend: find I younger 4 Her make-up: not wear I school 5 Her friends: go out with I different 6 Her computer: not play I games You should wear different colours. Her friends: they don't . . 4 What do you think Bev's mother says to her? Complete the advice. to the things Bev's mother hates. Ron. A to E.. heavy black old loud 5 Her make-up: it's. 5 ~ 6 Listen and check your answers...11 MY MUM HATES MY. Do they talk about any of the things on your list? 3 Listen again and write down why Bev's mother hates the different things. 1 Her boyfriend 4 Her mobile phone 2 Her black clothes 5 Her make-up 3 Her friends M • TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for CEF C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe. Bev's boyfriend. 1 What things do Mums usually hate? ) 2 What does your Mum or Dad hate? 2 M Listen to Debbie speaking to Bev.

? Write ideas in the box then ask and answer in pairs.7 What do your parents think about your . Can-do checklist D I can understand a conversation about clothes. D I can give simple advice. Write a dialogue with your mother or father about one or two things they don't like. but my dad hates . mum makes food I don't like and I have to eat it! mum is often late.. TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for CEF C MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. You should tell your mum / dad to . 1 2 3 4 S 6 My My My My My My dad wears old-fashioned clothes. Give Debbie some advice about her mum and dad. dad tells jokes to my friends. Look at the list you wrote in exercise 1. Match them with the pictures..badly! 9 Speaking. . Writing. D I can talk about likes and dislikes. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASnC INe.. music hobbies clothes boy/girlfriend friends phone They're OK about it/them.. ® Here are some things Debbie hates about her parents... My mum loves my .. What do your parents think about your music? They don't really like it.. They don't really like it/them.. dad snores when we are watching TV. D I can write a simple dialogue.. You should tell your mum / dad not to . mum always sings in the car .

.. Your friend has the menu and he is reading it to you... .~$~..~. ' Bacon CJ>. .cken. Rolls... I ate a BLUE sandwich._ Cola _.--..~·~«~'~E~X~P'.. brown bread filling baguette roll lettuce mayonnaise !) ~There is a new sandwich bar at your school..:s •• -.~~lC Baguettes..._ Fillings: (2) -----. (3) . (It can be crazy or serious.-•...&CD 13 SANDWICH BAR (~---------~~~~---~~-----------') . say something with each letter of the alphabet..41..!) Play the 'Alphabet Sandwich' game.) Start like this: I ate an APPLE sandwich..~1JJlI2!lltt'~~~/I~t~41~Q~~.. Prices: Baguette: C:2...~. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTIC INe. . .. In two teams.1ll4lE"!is.... 9andwich (6) CIZO 90p 90p 90p 90p 90p Orinks: (7) . Listen.. SANI>W/CH BAR ~U Bread: White or (I ) .. TIMESAVER 40 Skills lltssons for CH C MAR'!' GlASGOW MAGAZINES. --' h From our se/eCtiOfl Choose your own sa. .._. of bread fillings and salad.. _.. The team who finishes the alphabet first is the winner. ~ Here is the menu.50 (5) . ~ Label the pictures with these words... juice Mineral water Coffee ($) .. Listen again and complete the information. What kind of sandwich would you like? Tell your partner....':r.. 9ala& Lettuee· (4) .':O~ic~e..:e~SS~in~g~C~h. I ate a C.p~~m......

.... banana and egg!).... S or B.. .......g. I can listen for specific information... add the mayonnaise..... Put some lettuce on the first slice.... Write the instructionsfor making it......... I think I'll get ..... Can you think of any more? ....... What are you going to ask for? What will you have? What about you? I'd like . corn ..... g) Cut it in half.. ask and answer....... I can write simple instructions....... nMESAVER 4lI SlOb Lessons for CEf 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES.. Butter them...... !) Put these instructions for making a chicken-mayonnaise sandwich in the correct order.... Which sandwich would you like? In small groups..... think of a strange sandwich (e. It's soft.... With a partner....... I'll have ...1 ..... It's long.. Writing.... round bread. 3 tagebetu 4 gillinf 5 lorl 6 Are these fillings or salads or both? Write F.... Then listen and repeat...... It's red and round... ...... d) Eat it! e) Take two slices of bread.. . blue cheese egg mayonnaise tuna . Can-do checklist o o o o I can understand numbers and prices.. h) Put the second slice on top... f) Finally.. soft bread. I can order from a menu. . Change partners and dictate the instructions to himlher... &\ 9 Listen and check. You can drink this..... Use these expressions.. It's inside a sandwich.. AN lMPfllNT Of SCHOlASTIC INe... ..!) Unjumble these words from the menu...... 1 nermali tawer 2 matoot . a) b) c) Put some chicken on top of this.... roast beef salami V Speaking.......

Madame ZETA.000. 6 You must run fast to win these.. 3 You can buy things here. You have a fete to get money for a good cause: you sell things. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTIC INe... ... c) biscuits... I said.. c) 3 o'clock.000 b) 2 o'clock b) fashion b) parents b) cakes b) Zeta c) lovely. 4 You can play these and win things. . Find the words in the 'snake'~ . A fete is similar to a street party You have it outside. 3 M Listen to this announcement at a school fete and choose the correct answers.---: ~une~ellerandmUSica d d ndra~'-' ~ <:tJ i \ {o:' n stallsandgamesandfoo U ~ 1 This person can tel' you what you are going to do in the future. 1 Why do people have fetes? 2 Where do you have a fete? 3 What can you do at a fete' :2 Here are some things you can find at a fete.. c) Zepa..14 SUNDAY FETE ( d' tr:TZ r :: +P J" rz 1 Read the definition and answer the questions. c) £10. play games and have fun. 2 You can hear this at a fete. Remember.. Practise reading the dialogue in pairs.. c) dancing. c) headteacher. did you say Madame Zara? No. We have a fortune teller called Madame Zeta.. a) rainy a) £100 a) 1 o'clock a) singing a) teachers a) chips a) Zena b) cold b) £1. 5 You buy this when you are hungry. Z-E-T-A.. we can ask for repetition like this.. 1 The weather is 2 They want to get 3 The races are at 4 The competition is for 5 The students can throw water at the 6 You can buy 7 The fortune teller is called Madame 4 When we don't understand clearly. intonation is important! I TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for CEF 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. Sorry.

s~oo::J (q .auu\! lures palleo 5. 6 Fun competitions.sJa5ues (e . 2 Egg and spoon. I can understand simple instructions.. design a leaflet to advertise a fete. Across: 3 She can tell the future. I can communicate simple information in writing.--. o o o I can understand familiar words. 8 Can you do this crossword? The words are from this unit.. 9 A place you can buy things in a fete. 1 Find the duck. 7 To move faster than 'walk'! 8 You run fast in this competition. Tell another person about your fete. Include information about the date and time.ti~o~n.r 9 - 7 I 9 Writing. names. 4 You use this for eating soup.--f--- 2 4 5 6 f--f--- f--f--- -. 4 Three-legged race....a . 4 The price is 50p. 2 She can tell the future. Which races are they describing? . .. (second word) 3 A fun day to get money. AN IMPRINT Of SCHOlASTIC lNC.o ~ 6 Here are some fun races.Ja5ueloJ (0 . 2 You can bUy books. 3 Sack race. 3 The teacher's name is Mr.. the place. the activities and the reason for the fete. Down: 1 You buy this at MacDonald's.:c~la~r~if~ic~a'!.00 '00'L3 SISOO II V le S! UO!lIladwOO a41 £ 's. With a partner. numbers and times.•• Zl411l"rilo~I'Gl2iil:'~'!<~/I~t~W~ifi~'~H~i~·J~cii~MJ~i'~4~A~s~k'ilin~g~f~o~r. (first word) 4 You eat this for breakfast. Speaking. Granger.Now do the same with this information. Student A 1 We sell burgers. 3 3 - -1 - . o Can-do checklist I can ask for clarification.1004°5 a41 ~ 'SO::J '\nq ueo nOA ~ '~oop. ( TIMESAVER 40 Skms Lessons for CH 0 MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES..dg~ ~@Q) 5 a) DVDs? b) Saint Vanns? c) 12 o'clock? d) £70. 2 3 . 4 . 8 -. Match the pictures with the names of the races. (p . o o o o 7 8 1 Listen to these instructions.

The capital of the UK. b) take photos. AN IMP1I. c) Monday. a) answer questions. take football place baked go on stadium beans a rally name TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for CEF C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES..0 '" boat • OOOEJ/j(JIJIJIJ/J1J .0&1J1}11/J/J1J() 0000$GS33 311 ~ Match these collocations. c) eat different things. Somewhere you can buy and drink alcohol in the UK. 7 Something really fantastic is . -. 6 Somewhere kings lived a long time ago. 1 When is the rally? a) Saturday a) 20 a) in Manchester. ~ ) 8 5 3 4 ~ f--- 7 1 2 3 4 The opposite of slow.. 1 Do you like cars? 2 What is your favourite car? 3 Do you like going fast? 4 What is a rally? a) a car race b) a day trip cl a computer game about cars !) "-?'J. a) take a long time.?30~fJ~1I11111111 000000111J/J1I1I ... 0'!..- photos . c) cheat. c) 200. Someone you work with in class. b) go very slowly. c) in London. b) Sunday b) 12 b) in Liverpool. ~ 2 1 5 Someone who is not honest in a game or an exam is a .INT Of SOIownc me. 8 Two times ten. Listen to Nick and Jenna's phone conversation and answer the questions..15 FUN RALLY ( 1 Complete this puzzle and find the secret word.. 2 3 How many cars are going? Where does the rally finish? 4 The people in the cars have to 5 Nick is going to ~ Listen again and tick the photos they have to take. f--- ''Talk about these questions. OOOOOOOOO~O 1 A restaurant 00000000000 2 A pub 3 A ooooooooouo green car 0000000000 0 4 '" street name 00000000000 5 A football stadium 000el30S lIlItil1 OOOOOOIlI!l!III1 OOOf'JOOI1IJ(J1J1J 0000668113311 00(j{j1i/01J1J1I1I1J O~OOOOQOOgO A plane 00000000000 7 A car park 00000000000 8 A bridge 00000000000 9 A castle 00000000000 . .

IV M Jenna and Nick talked about the rules of the competition.. Listen and repeat. 6 the nearest beach. I can talk about obligation. 7 something with your name on.IlIeJ a41 Jalua 01 .. 5 a place you can see boats. Then write the rules. 1 a place where you can buy baked beans. Student A asks first. look at your card and prepare your questions about the rally. Photos Buy Find Can-do checklist D D I can understand rules. TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for ctF C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. The fastest group wins! Name .Inq IIe4M <: e weaJO ao! UB / ua4M I suollsano slaMsu". Speaking.. Write down more ideas for the rally. A: What do we have to do? Student A Questions 1 How far / travel? 2 What / buy? 3 What / take with us? 4 What / take a photo of? B: We have to take photos of different things. Answers ~ ~ i~ewaOllod 610 0104d e a~el/le4M v '. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe. D I can write rules. 8 \uapn\s G0 i. 3 an unusual place name. First. Get the rhythm right. 4 the nearest castle.~BIS !J Writing. Use 'have to'. 2 the nearest football stadium.led / 40nw MOH 8 i. D I can ask and answer questions about rules.~ Do this quiz about your town in a group of three. Now ask and answer. .

. . . . 000000000000000 1 the new 2 the exciting 3 an incredible 4 a special 5 a funny . . 000000000000000 000000000000000 . talking about a new James Bond film. 8 You can see the film at and. 2 3 Oprah Winfrey is the 4 S There is a plan to kill the 6 Fred is a . is the Bond Boy.. In pairs. . . on the local radio. 1 Talk about these questions.. Do you like going to the cinema? 2 What are your favourite films? 3 What do you know about James Bond films? 2 Try to answer these questions with your partner. .. is James Bond. 000000000000000 1 the famous 2 the beautiful 3 a lot of new 4 a pretty 5 the excellent . . It starts on .. . .16 YOU MUST SEE . TIMESAVER 40 Skin. . AN IMPRINT Of SCHOlASTIC INC. one of you looks at A and the other looks at B. ltuonl for CEf C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. What is James Bond's job? 2 What do we call a film that is funny? 3 What is James Bond's number? 4 What do we call a machine that is like a person? S What do we call James Bond's girlfriends? 6 What do we call something that is useful and clever? Now look at with the words in the box. Write the nouns that go with these adjectives. . 7 James Bond's car is a .. . 007 Bond girls a comedy a spy a robot a gadget !) ~ Listen to Max.. Listen again. Would you like to see it? ~ Listen again and complete the information.

D I can understand simple information. Which films would you go to see? ~ Can-do checklist D I can understand familiar words and phrases. AUE VS Mfl Be-a. You'lIlove it. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC 1NL . TIMESAVER 40 Skill. Think of three films. Le. It's really bad' It's so boring. Don't miss it. Combine two films from exercise 8 to invent a 'new' film and complete the notes with a partner. Max said. @ Read your review to the class. 'This is very funny film. It's terrible. Use your imagination! What is the name of the film? Who are the actors? What's the story about? Is it good or not? How many adjectives from exercise 3 can you use? . Are they good or not? Why? Writing. What is new? The fi Im is new. Listen and repeat. It's brilliant. Now write a review of your film.sons for CEF C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. Listen to the expressions (column 1) and match them with the reasons (column 2). It's really exciting! It's very funny! Don't see it! You won't like it! Don't go. you can say: If you don't like it. you can say: You must see it. Tell your partner about them. m 8 9 Speaking. D I can write a simple review.6 Ask your partner about his/her words and complete the other column."- D I can make recommendations. Don't miss it: If you like a film.

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Understanding and giving messages

18 I'M ALL EARS!
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Phone questionnaire. Ask five people these questions.
1 1 2 3 4 5 How long do you talk on the phone every day? Which do you like best a) talking on the phone or b) talking face to face? Do you prefer to a) leave a message or b) phone back later? Do you have a mobile? a) yes b) no How much do you spend a month on your mobile? a) less than 5 euras. b) less than 10 euras. c) more than 10 euras.

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(i?) Listen to these phone messages. Who is speaking? Write the number next to the person.
a child ... your friend... your teacher ... your grandparents... a mechanical voice ...

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Look at the text for number 1. Listen again and repeat.
It's Jane. How are you doing? Sorry you can't get through. Leave your name and your number And I'll get back to you!

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Complete the phone expressions with these words.
a message the star button your name the phone your number

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1 2 Hello, this is Sophie. I'm not in. Please leave a Micro Mouse Computers. Please ..... the star after the tone. and your name and number. .............................. and

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the phone. I'm not at home. Leave your

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Listen to another recorded message. Do you think this is a real message? Why/why not?

Read these questions. Then listen again and choose the correct answer.
1 Who is the caller phoning? 2 How many times does he press 2? 3 How many times does he press 3? 4 Who is the caller? S What can the caller choose? 7 Does he get one? a) the phone company b) the electric company c) an icecream shop a) 1 a) 1 a) a teacher b) 2 b) 2 c) 3 c) 3 c) chocolate or icecream

b) a house owner c) a child

a) Coca-Cola or icecream b) toffee or Coca-Cola a) yes b) no

6 What type of icecream does the caller want? a) vanilla b) chocolate c) toffee c) don't know

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Here are two more recorded messages. Which is serious? Which is funny?
A Hil This is Bill. I'm not in -I'm out - having fun. Don't leave your number because I'm on holiday for a week. And if you're a robber - I haven't got any money so don't come!

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Writing. With a partner write a message for the answerphone. It can be serious or funny. Use some expressions from this unit.

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Speaking. Choose one option and think about what to say. Then work with a partner. Student A: 'phone' Student B. Student B: read your message (exercise 9). Student A: leave a message.

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1 Would you sleep in the open air at night alone? 2 Would you put your head in a box with spiders?
3 Would you drink water from a river?
4 Would you put ants inside your clothes? 5 Would you eat something alive, like a worm?

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. . .. I can talk about a simple imaginary situation. some difficult tests. snakes and small animals to cook. in the open air. 6 droloccosie Can you name some more animals in the jungle? 6 Listen again and complete these sentences. . ? How many 'yes' answers do you have? Who is the bravest? Can-do checklist D D D I can understand a simple description of an experience. his head in a box. Lusons for ([F 0 MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES... ~ Speaking.. some horrible things.. 1 driepss 2 sticnse S kenas 3 sant 4 smowr .. a lot of insects inside his clothes.00 5 Unjumble these letters to find the animals Peter talks about. With a partner. Ask about your tests like this: Would you . TIMESAVER 40 Skill. write four tests for the people in the jungle..AST1C INe. 2 They 3 They 4 He S Julie 6 He 7 They .. .. You must .... (put put slept ate caught walked 1 He did) . AN IMF'fIINT Of SOiO!. I can write simple instructions. in a river. . Work in groups of four.. V Writing.

a) airport b) ferry port .. 3 6 ... FITLGH 7 Desk in a hotel where we get information.. . Which place is it in? Listen again and guess what kind of information is missing.. (time. ~ &\ Listen to this announcement. 1 2..... in it... Match them to the places. 1 He flies a plane... 3 &\ Listen to another version and write down the missing words. CESSUAIT . for example. numbers) 1 4 2 S . TIRECNOPE 8 When something is late.. in a shop or a train station. place.. .. names.TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for [EF Understanding announcements 10 WHAT DID HE SAY? 1 Play hangman with your teacher.. TIMESAVEII40 Skills lflJOfl$ 'CIf CEf C MAR'" GlASGOW MAGAZINES. 2 A boat with passengers and cars..... SUPANACE 4 We put our clothes in it when we go on holiday.. S 3 . like rice. .. S What we wear under our clothes. c) lift d) hotel . . REFYR 3 We cook food... WERANDURE 6 A journey on a plane.. 9 To say sorry..... 5 ~ Listen to five announcements.... GIAPSELO . AN IMPRINT Of SCHOlASTK: INC. Can you guess the letters to make this word? This words means something you hear. LOTIP . LEAYD... 6 4 4 Solve these anagrams..

Read some words badly and see if the class can guess them! We are very Borry but....... .TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for (fF Understanding announcements 6 Listen again and complete these sentences..... 3 Some rats fell into a 4 Mrs.. Use good intonation! A: Did she say.. come to airport reception . Choose a place from exercise 5 and write an announcement.. Mike and Anna said: Did Bhe Bay 'Bchool'? No...... Work in pairs....... AN IMPMlr Of SCHOlASTIC INC..... please come to quickly? 7 Speaking.. she said. of flight 702... down. 1 The 2 We apologise for the .. are now closing .. Parker...... ....... 5 Can the owner of a two metre . and ask and answer as in the example... I can understand familiar words. ..... . Bhe Baid POOLE. ( nMESAVER 40 Skills lessons'Of" elf 0 MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. Can-do checklist o o o o I can understand simple announcements....15 the plane six hours flight 11.............. I can write a simple apology.. of rice.. In the first announcement it was difficult to understand some words.. names and numbers. ....02 some cats purple underwear a cake B: No.. or We apo{ogiBe for... Start with: 9 Read your announcement to the class.....'@.... Use expressions and words from this unit....15 the train three hours flight 702 some rats pink underwear a snake 8 Writing. 3..... A and B.. I can ask for clarification.... . ? 4...

. Read the adverts and match them to the pictures... it's not the latest Nokia or Ericsson.TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for CEF Understanding adverts 11 ON-LINE SALE ( 1 Complete this crossword about famous people to find the hidden word. It's Brad Pitt's old gold phone.... You can also take home the china teacup you drink from. He's selling it for charity now but he tells us it's completely empty...11 your friends wiJJ want one too.. w . A female singer with one name . 1>. What do charities do? . Do you know what colour lipstick Britney Spears uses? Buy one of her old ones in this sale and you will '<now.!) Famous people sometimes sell their things to get money for charity.she's blonde..) 1 2 3 4 S 6 What else do you know about these people? 7 Z Complete these expressions with a preposition. A special mobile phone is for sale.. Last year it had all his private phone numbers on it.. See how he fives and what colour his sofa is! E. famous for her quick marriages. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 A Prince . blue and white toothbrush that has touched those famous teeth! D. 2 .he's married to Victoria. Be a prince or princess for an afternoon. AN IMPRINT Of SCHOLASTIC INC.. o A. No..... charity.. . Prince Chanes is selling an hour and a half of his time to have tea and cakes at his home. .. A singer. " TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lnsons for CEF 0 MAAY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. A white rapper . A film star married to Jennifer . They are black and shiny with stars and very big! Buy these and you will never be alone on the beach again! C.. Would you like to have something that was once very close to David Beckham? Buy his toothbrush! A designer.he's attractive.he's British. He sings at the piano and loves glasses . 1 We are trying to get some money . charity.he's quite old.. to for for 2 I'm going to give some money 3 He sold his car .. charity. Who knows!? Buy it and you can see! B. In this sale you can buy a pair ot Elton John's sunglasses..he's controversial. A famous footballer ... If you have a lot of money you can buy a small piece of art..

4 Not public... AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTIC INC.. to have something that was once ... I No. 1 Which item do you think will be most popular in the sale? 2 How much do you think people will pay for the different items? 3 Would you like to buy . Read again and answer these questions. Which thing(s) did a celebrity use .... I can use prepositions.. Which item would get most money for charity? Can-do checklist D D D D I can find information in an advert.. V Can you complete the missing words from the adverts? 1 A special phone is sale. I don't think . look for them in the adverts. 1 Famous people. S gold 6 red 7 black 8 blue and white 9 made of china 6 With a partner talk about these questions.. Think of some things a celebrity can sell in this on-line sale. Write an advert. I wouldn't. clothes. Use these expressions. because . • . TIMESAVER 40 skills lessons tor CH C MARY GlMGOW MAGAZINES. because .. 1 NEAR his/her face? 2 ON hislher mouth? 3 IN his/her mouth? 4 ON his Iher face Which thing is .. 2 Buy one of her old ones __ this sale. e. I think . I can make simple speculations..~ Do you know these words? If not. I would. Read your advert and 'sell' the things to the class. TR/ELlCSEBE 2 Made by a famous person or company.. I can write a simple advert.. Perhaps. Speaking. 3 It makes your lips pretty. GISDENER SIPKICTL TRAPVIE NYSIH S When something reflects light.g. 3 Prince Charles is 4 Would you S an hour and a half of his time. ? these and you will never be alone again! JO 8 9 Writing... ? Yes.

.VER 40 Skills LHoons for CIF 0 MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. . a) Good Luck! b) Sorry! c) Happy Valentine's Dayl d) Get well soon! e) Happy Birthday! f) Congratulations! 4 Read these messages and match them to the cards.11 CARDS. -. We often write this in cards? 2 Talk about these questions. . . CARDS. . 1 Do you often send cards? 2 When do you send cards? 3 What sort of cards to you like to send and receive? Funny I romantic I serious I artistic? 3 Look at these greetings and match them to the cards.-. L.' '.A5T1C INe. CARDS 1 Play hangman with your teacher.- nMESA. AN IMPRINT Of SCHOl. " ..

Forgive me! B: That's OK. A: I'm sorry to hear you are ill... Then write a message inside. . - 8 Speaking. c) No way! I remember things for only a short time.. . I can write greetings.. o o o Can do checklist I can understand written messages.. isn't it! e) Thanks.. Don't worry about it. Practise the situations with your partner and give a response. ! 2 Sorry to you're ill.. I feel better already. it. a} That's OK. f} That's good to know. congratulate and wish good luck. TIMESAVER 4tI Skill.. Don't worry about it. 4 You can . r I say 'Sorry' when I say 'Good Luck' when I say 'Congratulations' when someone is ill 9 Writing. lnJOn' for CH C MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES.. A: { forgot your party. but I feel better now you are here. 3 Please. me. .. . .. b) I hope I can.... B: Yes... 4 Not feeling well 5 I'm sorry . I can apologise. 6 Good-looking 6 Cover the cards. .. Think of situations to complete the table.. • .. of you. AN IMPRINT OF SOI0lASnC!Ne. d) It's great... 5 I'll be 6 Will you .. Can you remember the words to fill these gaps? 1 Well Practise these expressions and responses with a partner.5 Find expressions in the cards that mean: 1 Someone who likes you 2 Happy Birthday 3 7 Match these responses with the expressions in exercise 67 . Choose a card type and design the front. .... me? ..

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Complete the expressions.. S I think you should wait.-V~in~g~ad~V~i~c:... 1 I 2 I think you ~ . Which are positive words {PI. 7 Why don't you think about it? You might change your mind. I can express my preferences.. 3 Get a henna tattoo on your forehead.. The answer's 'No'... did you ask them? 3 I agree with your parents.. Role-play... Can-do checklist o o o o I can locate information in a leaflet... . I can write and give reasons for my actions..e ~~ 5 Kate and Robert are having a conversation about real tattoos... 1 Dye your hair bright red.i*'~~~/I~t~I1~UI~'~'i~t~... Put Kate's responses in the correct order in this conversation.. TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for CH C MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES... B: Give your partner some advice. c) Yes. 6 Practise reading the conversation with your partner until you can read Kate's part without looking. Don't forget good intonation helps! !J Robert gives Kate some advice. A: Tell your partner what you are (not) going to do and your reasons....•• Zl4i1l"Z.. I don't think it's a good idea. 9 A tattoo is forever.... Choose one of these situations. you think about it? change your mind.. Write three reasons for doing it or not doing it.. You've only known him two weeks! What happens when you change boyfriends? Do you cross out Mark and write the next one?! 2 c 4 6 8 10 .Jtl"m2i. when you change 5 clear 10 cool ~ Writing.11~&i~li1J~'~"~t.. El Robert I So... 3 Why 4 7 delicate You 8 strong 9 gross 5 What boyfriends? .. wait. negative words {NI or both (B)? 1 pretty 2 ugly 3 colourful 4 unusual 6 romantic .I~G~i'!... ~ 5peaking.. d) But I really want onel e) Not you as well! I want one NOW! For:.. 2 Get your nails painted your national colours. I can give and respond to simple advice. Do you agree with Robert or Kate? Why? a) I won't! b) Yes. " ... with your parents. We can use these adjectives to talk about henna tattoos. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC.. And I want 'Mark' in a heart on my neck forever. Use words and expressions from exercises 7 and 8.

Look at it quick! Why don't we enter? The prize is fantastic! Most of the mags today are rubbish and I'm sure we have betler ideas. horoscopes. Karen thinks that a lot of magazines today are a) fantastic b) interesting c) terrible. I know. There could also be competitions and the winners can meet celebrifies.com/teenmag. 1 2 3 4 5 The competition is to get ideas for a) a magazine article b) a magazine cover c) a new magazine. We want a magazine that is right for YOU with things that EVERYONE wants to read. like joke pages and posters and personality quizzes . AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTIC INe. You have to enter a) before 1st November b) on 1st November c) after 1st November. The winner will get a) 8 hours shopping b) 8 free magazines c) three hours in 8 shops. Karen wants a) to collect stickers b) to spend a day with Brad Pitt c) to enter the competition. . . The winners will get 8 hours' free shopping I This site is fictional. Would Karen prefer a magazine for boys or girls or both? = I Teen Mag Competition For: Hi Hazel. TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for CEF C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. I What kind of magazines do ~ou read? Fashion / film / teen / car / exercise / other 2 How often do ~ou bu~ magazines? Once a week / a fortnight / a month / never 3 Which part do ~ou like best? Articles / horoscopes / stories / letters / interviews / pictures or posters / other 4 Are an~ teen magazines popular both with bo~s AND girls? Which? 2 Read the competition and e-mail quickly. I think they should have things that both boys and girls want to read. A Font 3 Read the texts again and answer these questions. Perhaps we could have some interviews with football stars and a free gift or something to collect like stickers or film reviews. interviews with celebrities? If YOU have some good ideas fill in this form and send it to us at mylookpub. What do you think? Shall we give it a try? Karen Can you help us plan a new magazine for teenagers? We're looking for new ideas. let's suggest the winner spends a day with Brad Pitl or Angelina Jolie!!! Can you imagine!? I've got lots of ideas and I'm sure you have too. Shall we have fashion articles.24 TEEN MAG (: : 1 Do this questionnaire with two classmates.com by 1st November. There's a great competition on mylookpub.everybody likes those.

plan a new teen magazine. 4 There 5 let's 6 What do you . People write these to magazines. have some .. No. we enter? Here are some responses....e~s~t~io~n~s...7 With a partner. 6 Speaking.. ................... You read about your future here. .... the winner.. That's a terrible idea! . 1 Name 2 Picture on the front 3 Free gift(s) .:ll4lli"!is..... that's boring. We can say 'mag' for short.. I can write an e-mail with suggestions. 7 Design the front cover.. Decide on these things.... I can ask and answer questions to obtain information.·.... 8 Writing. .. With a partner...... 6 Competitions and quizzes ..i~"~'~r. .. 2 I think they 3 Perhaps we ... When you speak to an important or famous person. . AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTIC INe..m... have things like . 5 Interesting articles on .!..... This is something you get for free.. Write an e-mail to Karen telling her your ideas for the competition.. You win this...llmliill1'~¥~/1~1~!l1~_~~-~ij~. Include lots of information from exercise 6.. A game with words is a ..... 4 Once a week I a fortnight I a month 7 Other .. 1 ~ I I • 21 3 4 I • 51 6 7 • I S\ 9 10 I I I 11 I • Can you find the hidden vertical word? 5 Can you remember what Karen wrote? 1 Why. These make you laugh..~rm~-'M~a~k~in~g~su~g~g... A text in a magazine or newspaper.. also be . TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for eEf 0 MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES.. .. That's a great idea! That's cool. Can-do checklist o o o o I can make and respond to suggestions...4 Find words in the texts to complete the crossword. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 9 10 11 A famous person is a .. The clothes everyone is wearing now.. practise the suggestions and responses. Try to use the expressions in exercise s.. I can understand the important information in a text.

a table and a wardrobe. Dorchester Short description of the room: Ifs a small room with one bed. Can you help me? j'd love a more grown-up bedroom' . 1 Do you like your bedroom? 2 What do you like/not like about it? 3 A 'makeover' is when a designer changes everything. AN IMPRINT Of SCHOlASTIC INC. chair table shelves rug wallpaper lamps carpet bed light mirror bedcover pictures curtains 4 Read the text again.iLh-=t _ il__ ~ _ Why does your room need a makeaver?: My parents decorated my room when I was younger and I liked Disney cartoons. There are cartoons on the wallpaper and the bedcover! The curtains are pink! The carpet is yellow and is a bit dirty noW and the lamps have roses on them . Would you like a designer to change your bedroom? 2 Read the first paragraph about a TV competition and answer the questions. Blackthorn Road. nMESAVER 40 Skills lKsons for CEf 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINes. There are some TV programmes about this.. Look again and check. .because my mum likes flowers! It's a very childish room and j'd like to change everything. Then cover it and see how many adjectives you can remember.TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for (EF Describing past habits and comparing 15 GIVE YOUR ROOM AMAKEOVER (~---------------~~----~~~) 1 Talk with a partner about these questions.. Just fill in this entry form online and the best entry will win a makeover for their bedroom. There are long curtains and a carpet There are two _la_m--ep-=s_a_n_d_a_cc:e__ in"Ll:. Add any that you forgot. So don't wail! Fill it in now! Entry Form Name: Jane Markham Age: I~ Address: 16. 1 Who are the designers? 2 What's the name of the TV programme? 3 What can people win? Would you like to change your room? Is it too light or too dark? Is it too pretty or too young? Is the furniture old and boring? Designers Karen and Matt Tipley from the TV programme 'Makeover Magic' can makeover YOUR room! .!) Now read the Entry Form and tick the things Jane would like to change in her bedroom.

~uon' for CEF C MARV GlASGOW MAGAZINES. Imagine the room in exercise 7 was yours. Make as many sentences as you can like this. When I came back I nearly cried. . Does she like her new bedroom? o 00 I've got some terrible news! I won a competition for a bedroom makeover and they did it yesterday and today. I went out so that I couldn't see what they were doing. The lamps are turquoise with orange spots. I can describe a room. I can scan a text to find important information. (Before) ( After) / 8 Speaking. 7 Writing. Look at these 'before' and 'after' pictures of a makeover. Write an e-mail telling a friend what they did to this room. Now they're dark green! It makes me feel sick! The carpet is a miserable grey and the bedcover is baby blue. Can-do checklist o o o I can compare things now and in the past. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTlC INe. The waifs used to be/have but now they are/have . TIMESAVER 40 Skill. There are some stupid pictures of old film stars on the wall and the furniture is all white. I hate it.TIMESAVER 40 skills lessons for (Er Describing past habits and comparing 5 Read this e-mail from Jane two weeks later. I prefer myoid Disney cartoons! Do you like painting? HELP Jane 6 Compare her new room with her old one. It looks awful! They painted the walls bright orange and changed the curtains. Tell a friend about your 'new' bedroom.

. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTlC lNe... D.... 3 Something terrible is a . Stop 1 Stop 2 Stop 3 Stop 4 ....................... 4 Read the introduction and tick which of these things you can find in Bartonby.......TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for CEr Asking for and giving information 16 GHOST WALK 1 Ask a partner the questions on this questionnaire........ YES NO 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Have you seen or heard a ghost? Do you know someone who has seen or heard a ghost? Have you ever stayed in a haunted place? Are there any haunted places in your area? Do you know a true ghost story? Would you like to stay in a cemetery at night? Would you like to see a ghost? :z Do you know these words? Unjumble the letters. a museum beautiful gifts Bartonby biscuits an old theatre houses by the river old churches 5 Read the information about the walk and match the pictures to the different stops.......... I • TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for ctF 0 MAAY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. 4 When you get married you have a .. . B....... 2 Vou buy these for friends.... P.. 3 What do you think the 'Ghost Walk of Bartonby' is? a) a film b) a book c) a night tour d) a museum e) a childrens' game I think it is ... .... 1 A small town................... 5 Someone who is in prison............ . G......... F.. W ... It could be a ......... VAGILLE STIFG STRIDESA DWINGED SPONREIR DOOLF SNEBO v.. 7 We have these inside us..... 6 When there is too much water.......

They don't come for the famous Bartonby Biscuits. ( TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for CEf C MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. ~ . Martin's church at the end of Tanners Lane.. The water is red. Finish: 2.. I can understand a description of past events. Barlonby Visitors to the village of Bartonby in Dorset come for one reason. 1 What time does the walk start? 5 What can you hear here? 9 Where is the third stop? 2 Where does it start? 6 Where is the second stop? 10 What can you see? 3 What time does it finish? 7 What can you see here? 11 Where is the last stop? 4 Where is the first stop? 8 What can you hear? 12 What may you see? 8 9 Writing.... Route We walk along Newton Road and down Frost Lane where three teenagers had a terrible motorbike accident forty years ago. They don't come to buy the beautiful gifts in the shops. The police shot them and they fell into the water. The questions in exercise 7 will help you. They want to stay. Our second stop is St.. Scientists come to do their tests and tourists come to go on the famous "Ghost Walk". Meet at the old bridge in Newton Road.. I can ask for and give information. Change partners and ask and answer questions about the walking tours. With a partner.. 2 escape 3 shoot 4 fall .. They don't come to see the lovely old houses by the river. comfortable shoes.. There was a terrible flood in 1570 and the bones of 150 people who died are still at the bottom of the river. We may see them move tonight. disasters and deaths than any other village in England and people say that many ghosts walk through the streets...00 am. Can-do checklist D D D D I can find important information in a leaflet. 7 Read again and answer these questions. at Manor House.. A man killed his fiancee the night before the wedding and she is still trying to get into the church.TIMESAVER 40 skills lessons for CEF Asking for and giving information Barlonby Ghost Walk Start: 9. They come because Bartonby has another name.. We will see her white dress and hear her sad cries. a camcorder. I can write directions. For our third stop we take a boat along the river Same to Bowen's Bridge.. Speaking. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTIC INe. You can hear the bikes very easily. plan a walking tour of interesting places for a tourist to see in your town.. The police try again and again to take them out but the bones move to different places. DON'T BE LATE FOR A DATE WITH THE DEAD! 6 What are the past tenses of these verbs? 1 kill. 5 die .. "The village of the Dead"! Bartonby has had more accidents. Under this bridge five escaped prisoners died. Our last stop is ten minutes down the river.00 pm.. Bring warm clothes.

I was SO embarrassed! D From: Josie Once I went to a party and I thought that I looked fantastic. Choose the best and text us the name of your favourite. B From: James I was at the cinema with a mate and the couple in front of us were kissing. CRINGE COMPETITION Here are the entries for this week's competition.17 CRINGE 1 Use the pictures to complete this crossword. Later everyone was laughing and when I looked in the mirror I saw my eyelashes were on my cheeksl I went so red! I TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons tOf CH C MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. Well. What is the hidden word? It means 'to cringe'. I put on false eyelashes and wore my best dress. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTIC INC. She was undoing all the buttons on my shirtl When I got out at the car my shirt was open! All my friends were watching. 11 2 I I I I 3/ I I I 4 5 61 7 8 9I • 1 I 1 Read this magazine page and underline the words from the crossword. She wasn't. She was asleep on my knees. At the party I was playing with a balloon and it burst in my face. We dropped popcorn on their headsl The woman turned round and it was my teacher! I nearly died! A From: Gemma Once I was in the car with my little sister. . I thought she was asleep.

.. .. Cringe! !) Writing. I really cringed when .... Some ways to finish I was SO embarrassed. ... 5 The woman turned 6 7 It... When I was five years old .. .. I looked in the mirror. The couple were kissing. Can-do checklist o o o I can understand short narratives.. 1 Actions that were not finished I was taking a test. 1 Whose 'cringe' happened at school? 2 Whose 'cringe' happened while watching a film? 3 Whose 'cringe' happened at a party? 4 Whose 'cringe' happened outside a car? 5 Whose 'cringes' happened with a teacher there? 6 Whose 'cringe' made them go red? ~ Can you complete these phrases from the text without looking back? 1 She was 2 When I got. the buttons.il!:s ~ for CH 0 MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. false eyelashes. She gave the teacher my lunch box.. I saw my eyelashes. ... I can write a short description of personal experiences. . I can give a basic description of events. TlMESAVEJI. . I nearly died. . Write an entry for the competition. Everyone was laughing. .. Think of a time when you cringed. Tell your partner about what happened..... in my face.. I remember when . AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC 1Ne. . 3 I was 4 I'd left it 8 ~ Which entry in the competition do you think will win? Compare with the rest of the class to see who won the competition... 2 Actions that happened after each other She walked in. .. 40 Slt..... of the car. ~ Speaking. Use the forms and expressions in exercise 6.. a test.TIMESAVER 40 skills lessons for (EF Describing an experience :i Read the magazine article again and answer these questions... so red.. Some ways to begin Once . I went SO red.

Jen: I need to apologise for something when we were at school in the first year. I cut the heads off all your flowers and said it was the dog. Sony. John. Uo. 1 glue 2 a date 3 a contact lens 4 sick 5 a smell 6 a wimp 3 Read the apologies on the website.. You know I cooked you a spaghetti Bolognese last weekend? Well. Sorry. You're very brave and I love you very mUCh. It is very popular because a lot of people do not like to say sorry face to face! Granddad Bob: I want to say sorry because I did something terrible in your garden when I was six. I'm really sorry.28 APOLOGIES. Read the first paragraph and check your answer. AN IMPRINT Of SCKOlA5T1C INC.VER 40 Skil. . Then answer the questions below. Marie. I didn't have any meat and I put cat food in it.SGOW MAGAZINES. Mark: I apologise for calling you a wimp. Anna. Peter: I'm really sorry. Karen. You know that terrible smell in the living room yesterday? I said it was you.A. . . It was me who put glue in your sandwiches.com. 5 Who did something wrong and said it was someone else? 6 Who do you think is not telling the truth? nMESA. Beth.. Rosie: I'm so sorry I missed our date night but 1dropped my contact lens down the toilet and it took ages to get it out. What do you think you can find on this site? a} advice on how to apologise b) people saying sorry for different things. . I couldn't see so I couldn't find me glasses or my mobile phone. You were so sick. Forgive me.COM 1 There is a new website called Apologies. 1 Who made someone ill? 2 Who has bad eyesight? 3 Who played a bad joke on a friend? 4 Who said something bad to a friend? .. It was me. Mike: I want to apologise. APOLOGIES This is a new website where people can say sorry online. Some people apologise for things that happened yesterday and some people apologise for things that happened a long time ago. I feel awful. . This site is fictional. You're not. .OO<ft for aF 0 MARY GI. Z Match the words with the pictures. Stuart.

Match these words with a line. bl a contact lens ~ 4 cl for something L41ttoV [ 50ro<> Write sentences using these collocations. awful. _ 8 In to apologise for something. I'm really sorry. 5 Granny. o I can write simple texts expressing apology. 2 Dear Teacher. You know 3 Fran. Practice saying them. 4 I want to a 7 I apologise f __ calling you a wimp. Yesterday . Choose one or two of these apologies from the website. About last Monday. 2 If 3 I want to s __ sorry. All right. Reeves.it·'~~~"~t~n~u. Work with a partner. That's OK. . I won't forgive you! 7 Writing.ng~ Collocations. . 6 F _ me. 6 We can answer an apology in different ways. No problem. I want to apologise. . Then check in the text. That's terrible! No. Gl a dat0 e) something off 5 Read the text again and complete these phrases. Can-do checklist o I can understand short. 5 I'm s _ sorry.'~. 1 I'mr sorry. 1 Mum. Your partner must answer. Apologise to himJher for the things in exercise 7. I apologise for saying . AA IMPRINT Of SCHOlASTlC 1Ne. I'm so sorry I 4 Mrs. I want to say sorry because when I was six I 8 Speaking.~~·~'~ii~.•• :llm~lri~IIIlJ21l.!~j~SI~i~4~A~P~0'?1~0~9~iS~i':l. Don't worry. Work with a partner and finish them. simple messages. o I can make and respond to apologies. nMESAVER ~ Skilk lnlonl for CEf 0 MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. Use expressions from this unit.

verb: verb: verb: . AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe. So.. Scientists say that this extra sense is a normal use of our brain and a long time ago we used it to know when we were in danger. Have you ever . 'Do you know what I'm thinking?' Some people think we have an extra sense: telepathy.. We also often know who is calling us before the phone rings. What at the verbs for each sense? 1 A S B M ) . Then ask your partner the questions. verb: . . In fact they're very good at it! In Yorkshire there is a parrot who says the name of the person who is calling before they answer the phone! Some people even have dreams that tell them what is going to happen. verb: . People with this sense are very special. 1 looked at someone in front of you and they turned round? 2 worn the same clothes as your friend? 3 thought about someone and then they immediately phoned you? 4 had the same thought or idea as your friend at the same time? 5 seen a cat or dog who goes to the door just before their owner arrives? 6 had a dream about something and it happened later? :!) Read this article and tick the pictures above which are mentioned. Telepathy means knowing what other people are thinking and sending thoughts to other people. for CEF Cl MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. Then write them and the parts of the body. what do you believe? Can we communicate by telepathy? •• TIMESAVER 40 Skill. Animals know these things too.19 WHAT AM I THINKING? ( 1) Find the five senses in this word square. H C 0 F G E L L I R S T A N T E S A 0 R 0 0 Y I P H T H A N N G S E S U C H E K M G H T I 2 3 4 5 ~ Match these questions with the pictures. or are they? Sometimes we know if someone is looking at us. Lesson..

Think about it and 'send' the symbol to B. 2 Animals don't have an extra sense.- 1 B.ring bell. 5 What do YOU 7 ~ Speaking.~~~~4~"~4~a~'~QI~i~4~G~i~v~in2jg~in:.. are very special. take a piece of paper. I can use words related to the senses.--~ Read the article again. 3 B. Band C and try these activities. Only speak in English! F ~ . say when you 'sense' C is looking at you. 6 A long time ago this sixth sense told us when we were in danger. take a piece of paper. Can YOU send your thoughts? Work in groups of three. A reads an activity. . TIMESAVER 40 Skills le~sons for CH C MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. m Can-do checklist o o o o I can read a text and understand the general meaning. choose an animal. Students Band C do NOT read it. cover your eyes with your hands or close them. Think about it and 'send' it to B. Other person in other room . I can give instructions.write down suit. 4 A child in Yorkshire can say the name of the person who phones. {1 0 D0 --- r Activity 3 1 B. 3 B. 5 Dreams can tell us things that are going to happen. draw the animal you think he has chosen on the paper. 3 Sometimes we if people are looking at us.:s~t~ru~c=!t~iOlrn1SS. Don't tell B. True or false? ~ 1 All people believe that we have an extra sense. don't look at B. 2 C. Now complete the sentences. 3 Only special people have this sense. 1 Some people think we have an 2 People with th is sense.think hard . 2 C. • .:ll4lli"ri¥!itJlI21llit'~~~/I~t~m~lf. T/F T/F T/F T/F T/F T/F !> Cover the article with a piece of paper. I !) Writing. sense. draw the shape you think he has chosen on the paper. 3 B. Take turns to be students A. ( pack of cards bell suit ) With a partner write the instructions for Activity 4. 2 C. choose a shape. I I Activity 2 I 1 B. Then look at him/her. A explains to Band C what to do.pack of cards . Find these things in the picture. Two rooms .·. I can talk about experiences.turn over card .hear bell . 4 We used this sense to know when we were in . Activity 1 . AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INC. Don't tell B. .one person .

Where are you? You promised you'd phone me. ... . Lessons for CfF 0 MARY GlJl5GOW MAGAZINES. my arm and my back. Will you . My one true love.. I'm dying! Ryan. Helmut. You said you'd e-mail me. Put your message on this site for your friend to read. You said you'd come to England. where is it. I have a piece of spaghetti from our last meal together. PLEASE e-mai! me.com. 1 Why doesn't Lucy e-mail Helmut? 2 3 How does Ryan remember Eliza? What is Fiona waiting for? . Read this web page to see if you were right. Please get in touch with me.. I sleep with it on my pillow so I will dream about you. 3 Read the page again and answer these questions.. you! My . We had a wondertu! time.. What do you think you can find there? a) stories about holiday romances. A break from school. You said you loved me. love. Welcome to summerlove.com We can help you. I'm waiting! I have henna tattoos of your name on my forehead. b) e-mails from people who met on holiday. is breaking! Our first My one. YOU CREEP?! Lucy Eliza. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe . And you said you'd send me your address! So. me? I . At night you do this. .T/MESAVER 40 Skills lessons for (EF Expressing broken promises 30 SUMMER LOVE 1 Find the answers to these clues in the wordsearch. Don't forget me. Summerlove. H D R E A M 0 N 0 I K L M A R D R A y H y E July/August A boy/girl thing on holiday! S S D S T W U P S M I 0 M A T E A A R T I T L E R 0 G A V E L E S N C E R S S R U E 2 There is a website called summerlove.com Did you have a summer romance this year? Have you lost touch? Is it true love? YES! YES! YES! Jurio.. You MUST get in touch. TIMESAVER 40 Skill. This site is fictional. When will I see you? Fiona.

TIMSSAVER 40 Skill. To make promises we say: Helmut: "Lucy. touch with myoid teacher. I can write messages. I'm sorry.. Underline more broken promises in the e-mails. touch . I need to speak to you.. I will e-mail you. I can react to a complaint. touch when they leave school.. 1 phone me last night 2 record a film for me 3 meet me at the station 4 buy me a cake at the supermarket S introduce me to your new friend 6 tell me when you were going to the beach 8 Writing. To talk about broken promises we can say: Helmut said he would e-mail Lucy but he didn't. ....com. 7 Speaking. Can-do checklist o o o o I can understand written messages... I completely forgot. Lesson. Did 17 I don't remember." To talk about the promises later we say: Helmut said he would e-mail Lucy.. Sorry. for CU Cl MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. Here are some responses. I hope we don't.. Write an e-mail to someone (real or imaginary) you met on holiday to send to summerlove. 2 When I move to California. . I can complain about something that didn't happen. • .TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for (EE Expressing broken promises 4 Which of these combinations are correct in English? a) make touch b) get in touch cl stop touch d) lose touch Complete these sentences with the correct words. 1 Please. but I was lying! You said you'd phone me last night and you didn't. touch with me. I'll do it now. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe. 5 6 With your partner play 'Hangman' with words from exercise 1 and the e-mails.... With your partner make dialogues with these promises... 3 People often 4 I would like to .

.. ~ Maria is looking for Jenny in the Meybridge shopping centre but she can't find her... 3.I... Listen.'~t¥~#m"~2iii.soll. 8 toi .' TIMESAVER 40 Skill.ft'~1~. CH C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. sh .. She phones Jenny on her mobile and asks for directions.....CLOTHES SHOE T SKIRTS 4ALL NEW LOOK TOYS -R'US STORE FLOWER SHOP FRENCH SANDWOCH BAR UFT TOP HAIR CLOTHES UFT CONNECTION CLOTHES F BARCLAVS BANK ENTRANCE S GAP B SPORTS SHOP OASIS CLOTHES CLOTHES HMV ""'"" COMPUTER STORE STARBUCK'S CAFE MARKS AND SPENCER SUPERMARKET PHONE ART SHOP SHOP PeT SHOP MAIN ENTRANCE GROUND FLOOR FIRST FLOOR . (escalator lift fountain statue ) ~ Here are some places you can find in a shopping centre. le. Where is Jenny? M MEYBRIDGE ENTRANCE OUNKlN OONUTS ASH -N. 2 rest .. 4 spor sh 5 b..ca. 3 caf ........ Write the words under the pictures. ~ 1 Do you like shopping? 2 What do you like to buy' 3 Where do you usually go shopping? 4 Do you like shopping in big shopping centres? In the Meybridge shopping centre you can see these things. ~ []§ .'~tJ1~Ui~'~¥~Y~..J~.••~I!~. 2. fo. k . op 6 jewe 7 clot . .g~d~i~r:e::ct~i~o~n::s~ @O= 11 WHERE ARE YOU? 1 Talk about these questions with your partner. 1 . 11111 4..*~j~l!]J~'~i~~~"'~ G~i~V~inrl.. ~~:"'" ..CHIPS MALL BOOTS CHEMtST CANDY CAKES KlDS. 1 super .. . Finish the words... AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC IN(..

~i~tI~G~iV~i. • .n~s 5 What did the girls say about these places? Use these words. 7 I'm Browsers Bookshop. that there's Mary's Health Foods. next to 1 It's 2 turn right at straight on take on go past up to past outside come in the first floor. ~ Writing. ?J !) Practise reading the sentences with a partner. Can your partner complete them? Speaking.'~tJ~t~"2U~:'~~~.you the big supermarket on your right.. at Starbuck's cafe. the escalator the first floor.t~#~t~*~n~gi~ma:~. Give your partner directions using some of the expressions. TIMESAVER 40 Ski". AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLAsnC INe.n~gi.••~az. 3 Go right 4 Go S 6 Well.:. Good Connections.:. D I can give and write simple directions. the main entrance and walk the fountain and . Imagine you are in a different place in the centre. ~. lessons fot eu 0 MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. §L(b 1 2 3 4 S 6 The fountain is ~ The supermarket is groSS Mary's Heath Foods is The phone shop is ~ The Meybridge centre is ~ Jenny's top is big ~ Listen again and complete the sentences with these words.'~'~M~/~.'d~i~r~e::ct~i~o. Write a note to Maria and tell her how to get from the main entrance to the statue on the first floor. Then change over. Can-do checklist D I can understand and follow simple directions. Miss out some words.

1 What is 'reality' TV' 2 Do you like watching reality TV? Why/Why not? 3 What do you know about the TV programme 'Big Brother'? 3 Use the clues and fill in the letters to find the adjectives.l? 2 Talk about these questions.lU@ 1ml@'iJ'I)(J[<[. AN IMJ>RINT OF SCHOlASTIC INe. 1 not fat sL KI 5 cool FU M ORG K Z nice 3 a little fat 4 very attractive 6 with a strong body se L IS PL G P GE 7 has everything in the correct place 5 4 There are six people in the Big Brother House. .31 BIG BROTHER IS WATCHING YOU! . •• TIMESAVER 40 Sl<lIls lessons for CH C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. How many words can you make from {. Listen and write their names under the correct picture. M ® Listen again and add as much information as you can to each picture.

.'''1' .. No one is . Imagine that six people from your class are going into the Big Brother house. T IF 7 Label this plan of the Big Brother house... True or false? 1 They played the music at 7 o'clock. the jacuzzi. nMESAV£J!40 Skills ~ for CEF C MAIn' GLASGOW MAGAZINES... ". 9 Fill in the gaps in these sentences. .. . I can write short biographies... . ~ Speaking. (Don't just read!) Can they guess who they are? Who do you think would win? Why? Can-do checklist o o o o I can understand and give personal information. .. her. 1 Vicky and Joe are 2 Jackie is 3 Kate is 4 Paul is . . weights.. T/F 2 The housemates had no food for breakfast.A5TlC INe.' ~ cO 0 8 ~ J ) ') B L- # ~ CJa 8 \) 0 Writing. @ DO 'l '\.~~" . I can understand a description of a present activity. Describe the people to your group.. • ... on his bed. AN IMPRINT OF SO+OI. T IF The housemates didn't get enough sleep. I can discuss likes and dislikes. TI F 4 Big Brother took all the toothpaste.. T IFS 3 They only had cold water to shower in..0 .' 00 ~. Write their personal details.... S David is . dinner.. M Listen to the next part of the report and mark on the plan where each person is. living area kitchen area bedroom bedroom bathroom bathroom jacuzzi sofas chairs [ 00 Ol a::J I~ [Q) -~ en lE] ~ BIG 13:£-Y: CD '- D:J BROTHER HOUSE .6 fl) Listen to a report about the things BB did to the housemates this morning.?'I .. and." g . .

.. ... friends like you because you are honest You can do a lot for other people. If you wear blue. you are 6 If you like love films. friends.. If you're . You like parties and going out a serious.. at you ' GREEN You are relaxed and not . Listen. Ask your partner. green blue violet !) Complete these sentences with words from the box. . you are 2 If you are not shy... clothes when you feel self-confident.. you are .. 'Which words describe you?' !) fJ'l. . people around you will be .. . 1 If you feel good about yourself. AN IMPRINT Of SCHOlASTIC INC) . 4 What is your favourite rainbow colour? Write it down . you are . things down when lot. They like you because you can .. Student A RED YELLOW BLUE Vou are very and you have a good sense of Your You are cleverer than you think... you are 3 If you tell the truth. Listen and complete ONLY your text. so wear green to find ~ TIMESAVER 40 Skills lfiSOflS fo. You can make your friends relaxed too. 9 If something makes you nervous... wear orange there are problems.33 TRUE COLOURS (~~----------------------) yellow indigo orange red . you are 4 If you are true to your friends... A and B. Believe in your wear yellow and you will be You are honest and You don't like arguments with your .. you are 7 If you have lots of new ideas. Wear red clothes and you will be full of energy and everyone will . and always smile. VIOLET You know what you want to do in your life but you are also you a lot.. Green clothes are wear violet and it wakes you up.. . 1 .. If you are angry. . You don't know it but your friends like I ORANGE You are. CH C MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES.. very romantic. you are .. Do you agree with what they say about your favourite colour? Yes I No Work in pairs. relaxed modest honest romantic creative loyal out-going self-confident stressed . you feel 5 If you don't worry a lot.. 8 If you are clever but don't talk about it. Take something violet into an exam and it will help you.......

..... your partner can say 'That's right'.. Wear red clothes and you will be full of .. so wear green to find love.. Believe in your feelings. ~ Intonation helps us check information.. that should say' ............ . If you are right........... . 1 Which colours give you energy? 2 Which colour is romantic? 3 Which colours are good for self-confient people? 4 Which colour helps you in an exam? S Which colour makes you happy? 6 Which colour is calm? 7 Here are some ways we can agree or disagree. . RED You are very selt-confident..... ~ Read or listen again and answer these questions.. If you are . I agree with that.... They like you because you can cool things down when there are . I don't agree... . wear yellow and you will be happier.. Green clothes are very ... Describe them and the colours they like...... You don't know it but your friends like you a lot... or why not? Writing... I'm sorry. Only wear orange clothes when you feel ... ... You . Discuss the questions in exercise 6....e~i~n~g~ Student B ------J§llD BLUE than you You are . I can describe people..~J. That's not true.~ij~[i]J~.. No way! . Check exercise 4 with a partner.. Yes.. YELLOW You are think..e~i~n~g!. Take something violet into an exam and it ORANGE You are out-going and always .. Don't look at his/her text. If you wear blue.. I can use intonation correctly...... 8 Speaking.. Think about two people you know well. .. and everyone will look at you! VIOLET GREEN You are and not too You know what you want to do in your . serious.... ..You like parties and going out a iot... I can identify details in short articles.. and loyal....... . If you are not right.. and you have a good sense of humour.. your partner can say.. . Your friends like you because you are . D D . Write 'A' (agree) or '0' (disagree)... 9 /?""" Can-do checklist D D I can agree and disagree..... Then practise saying the expressions. If you're tired wear violet and it will help you! you up. that's right... but you are also modest.:a~n~d~d~i::sa~g~r~e:. You can make your friends relaxed too.. Read your text emphasising the words you have written... people you will be calm....~.4·~a~I~I¥~n~"~2il*'~'t~.... You can do a lot for other people.. ..u ~'~A:g~re:...... don't like arguments with your friends..:.. That's very true . Do you agree? Why..~t~rn~t~iI~·~4~·~i... . 'Sorry.. Use words from this unit....

. Match them to the pictures.. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe. I - I I I-- I I 3 I I I 6 ~ 5 ~ I - I 7 ~ Here are some very DIFFERENT prizes! Write them under the correct pictures.. ... TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for CEF Cl MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES.-I I I I I o 1 2 3 o 4 .~n~i~i!1I~·~f~t-~~S~a'Ly~in~g~'t~h"alrn~k'1y()oLJu~' ~@Q=) 34 PRIZE-GIVING 1 Find the names of these school subjects. .~mm!~l¥~t~"~2:ll1iJ~t~/~1~t1t~I~a~~~4~·~<.•. I-- 8 Worst ha ir Worst joker Worst attendance Longest fingernails Most colourful clothes Kindest student . etc.t. football. Can you can get prizes for them at your school? Across 2 1 1 Study of different places on earth 3 Study of the body and plants 5 Study of the past 7 Painting 8 Work with numbers Down 2 This language 4 Acting 6 Swimming. 5 6 3 M Listen to the 'thank you' speeches by the people who received the prizes.

TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for CH 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINH. best dancer best artist best fashion sense best writer other: . 3 I am so amazed. 1 for this thank much so giving prize this me you as bad as me 2 real a this surprise is 4 I can't _______ this! S I _ _ _ _ _ _ appreciate this. 6 There are __ many people I want 3 this really appreciate I Test your partner. 6 Put these words in order to find expressions for thanking others.' We use 'thank you for + -.. . . 1 It means 2 It's 3 Janice was to know that. . 'Thank you all for coming this evening.ng'.. Can-do checklist D D D D I can understand the main idea in presentations. Now thank your partner for these things. 8 Writing. Now write your 'thank you' speech. Surprise your partner! Tell him he has just won that prize. I can write a message of thanks. Begin like this: A big weicome piease for . Choose a prize. c) I'm sad. b) I'm very happy. You're welcome. c) I'm sad. No problem. 7 The presenter said. bought you a birthday present.. cl I'm very surprised.4 Listen again and complete these sentences. a) I'm happy. I can use some superlative adjectives. Practise these expressions. I can thank people and respond to thanks. Reply with these expressions. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTIC INe. asked you to a party.. b) I'm angry. Student A: Present your prize to the group. In small groups. That's OK. Use the correct intonation. Does he/she know the missing words? 4 enough can't I you thank S this don't deserve I 5 What do these expressions from the listening mean? 1 I'm thrilled! a) I'm angry. 1 2 3 4 S He/she He/she He/she He/she He/she helped you with your homework. who has just won the prize for Student B: give your 'thank you' speech. . 9 Speaking. 2 I'm really grateful. b) I'm surprised. lent you some money. told you the answer. a) I'm thankful. Read out the phrases with some words missing.

. Ican't talk now..ASllC INC- . c) In the street..... f) In some trains.. . ......35 WE'RE LISTENING TO YOU! ( e __ ) i) Talk about these questions.. It was my brother.. !> fh Listen to these people talking on the phone. 5 I know you haven't got much time so I ... Write the words under the pictures. 3 I can't ... ~ Now put the correct words from the expressions into the sentence. angry difficult sad unfinished romantic embarrassing ~ Listen again and answer the questions.. my family when I'm on holiday... wrong number.. e) In restaurants. 1 Do you have a mobile phone? 2 Where do you use it? 3 Where CAN'T you use a mobile? a) In a hospital. •• •• Sorry.. 1 It's not 2 I.. . it wasn't him.... b) In shops.. 1 Who are they talking to? 2 What are they talking about? 4\ ~ KA25 1-2-~ Listen and repeat these expressions from the conversations... d) On a plane. now. My parents are in.. nMESAIIER 40 Sl<ills lessons for en 0 MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. . It was .. AN IMPRINT OF SOiOI. 4 No. I'll be quick! I miss you too.

Then see if your partner can fill in the missing part...:. --~@O:J My brother's staying with us this weekend. I'm busy tomorrow.? Shall I come round at . Shall we go out tomorrow then? 4 .. I can write a short simple text..1t~UJ~~~~· ~~'~~~M~a~ki~n'. How about .. I'm watching "Lord of the Rings" at the moment. AN IMPRINT OF SOtOlASTlC INC..lit'~~~"~t~. 1 2 3 4 See the new Spiderman film.·!llUlElt!ii!i$JlI211.. With a partner.. Remember to say when and where you'll meet.'ig~a~r~r~a~n~g. I'm going to watch a programme on TV.. Here are some responses. I'm having dinner at seven.. I can discuss arrangements... ? We can go for .. I'll wait for you to phone me. how about eight? . We can go for a walk. complete the other half of the conversation with these sentences. S Ben: Oh. at .r:n~t~s 6 This is Ben's half of a phone conversation.. Write one side of a phone conversation. Have you got any plans for this .at the park entrance. I didn't know you had a brother.e':l:m~e:. With a partner make arrangements to do these things. Have you got any plans for this evening? Shall I come round at seven? 2 Ben: Well. Next weekend? Speaking. ? Shall we go out . Go shopping together. Go to a Valentine's dance... 3 . No. Ben: I see.. Ben: Yes. Ben: And a sister? Shall we. Ben: Hi Michelle. Go to the beach. it's a good film. My sister's staying with us next weekend. . ? Right.. Ben: OK. 1 . D D TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for CEf C MARY GlASGOYI MAGAZINES. I'll wait for you to. Let's meet on Saturday . Can-do checklist D D I can identify the topic of conversation around me. I can understand the main point of messages. it's me. phone me.? Let's meet on .. 7 Look at how Ben tries to make arrangements.. 6 .. 9 Writing. 8 .

husband. b) who they are . 12 love 2 hear 4 be 14 pay 3 look 6 feel ". 2 a) ". TIMESAVER 40 SkllJ5 Le.son. 4 go ".and they lived happily ever after. 1 Did you like listening to stories when you were a child? 2 What was your favourite story? 3 What do you like to read now? 1 2 3 4 5 2 Complete the crossword with the past tense of these verbs. b) In the beginning there was". for CEF C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. Across: Down: 11 hide 1 hate 1 have ". wife. 8 work 5 shake 10 shout 9 grow". Then write 'R' for regular or 'I' for irregular. etc. 13 cook 15 live ". 6 7 15 Now test your partner. Big Bob Mad Monica Horace Hump the mushroom people Hannah Hump 5 Listen again and write adjectives under each person. 7 run ". cleaner.36 THE STORY OF HORACE HUMP (~"'''"------=---~----------------'''''''-'-' -='------="""'~----'---") 1 Talk about these questions. cook. teacher. . sister. workers.brother.and they lived until the end. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe. Which pair can finish the fastest? ~ How do fairy stories begin and end? 1 a) Once upon a time". villagers. 4 ~ Listen to the first part of the story and write: a) the names of the people under the pictures. b) ".

c) paid the villagers a lot. d} too big .~>f<~. 2 Big Bob 3 Mad Moniea . TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for CEF C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES.:s~to~ry.6 Underline the correct answers. Tell your partner your version of the story. 5 Mad Moniea a} shouted at Hannah b) cleaned the house c) never spoke d) loved Bog Bob. simple story. dark places 7 Horaee a) paid the villagers a little b) in the sunlight c) under the ground. . More than one may be correct. simple story. 1 How do you think Horaee died? 2 What did Hannah I Big Bob I Mad Moniea I the mushroom people I do next? 3 Why? 4 What happened at the end? Did 'they all live happily ever after'? ~ Speaking.. Answer these questions to help you organise your ideas. 1 Horaee was a} rich b} poor e} happy d) angry. c) Horaee d} sunlight. 2 3 4 9 Writing.~i~ti~T~e~lI~in~g~a. 4 The mushroom people ~ M 1 Listen to the second part of the story and put the pictures in the correct order.. I can write a short description of past events. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe.. b) Hannah c) sunlight d} happy people. Can-do checklist o o o I can understand a short. Write the ending of the story..'U"¥tl". c) lived in Hump House --:§lOJ 2 He hated a} mushrooms 3 Hannah loved a) flowers b) the forest 4 Big Bob a) loved mushrooms b) felt sorry for Hannah d} lived in the forrest. b} didn't pay the villagers S Horaee didn't get mushrooms himself because he was a) too dirty b) too angry c) too poor .~t~tn~lll~t~#~i~'''~ij~.v Why did these people hate Horace? 1 Hannah hated Horaee because. I can tell a short. 6 The best mushrooms grew a} in small.

~*~<~kl~i~~[!]J~. g It's raining in the forest Miss. . Listen and tick the exercises the teacher makes the children do.J. f Do you like kissing? .~f~iI~~G~iv~i. Put them in order. Here are the questions the class asked Wendy.l:fl4~:~. a What's your name? b Is he big? . 5 Peter is kissing Penny . 1 Wendy is sixteen 2 Mrs. Carson.. jump stand up lean on your right arm lower your arms bend your knees lie down sit up lift your arms stretch your legs Ask your partner to mime six verbs..':n'l'g..!Z4~IZllJ~t3·'ZUl'. 6 Martin is kicking the teacher Repeat. .-~) 1 Talk about these questions.-i~n~s~tr~u~ct~io~n::s~ . 3 Wendy is married . AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTIC INe. h Did she fallout of a helicopter? How old are you? .4. c Do you want to be my girlfriend? d Can I go to the toilet? e You aren't Mrs.i~1~tll~l~a~. 4 Mary wants to go home. &\ 3 Listen again and correct these sentences. 1 Do you ever go to the gym) 2 Do you do other exercise? 3 What sort of exercise do you do at school? Do you like it? 2 You are going to listen to a recording of a school exercise class. . ~ --!(§J:n 37 WORKOUT WITH WENDV (~---------~--~~~-~~-~. 5 Which of these instructions are opposites? Match them. Carson had an accident. stressing the correct words. • TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for (EF C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES.

d) Lie down. Did sheihe do it right? Can-do checklist D D D I can understand instructions related to exercise. F 0 R M L P E B E N D L I F T G A S D K C I K 0 W F H D V L I E D 0 W L 0 D W S S H E R I N B ~ Speaking. §l(D 1 a) Repeat 20 times. Tell a classmate to do the exercise. I can write instructions related to exercise. D D D c) Lower the leg. 3 a) Bend the bottom leg under you. IT] D D e) Lie down again.!g~in2:s:!t~ru~ct~io~n~s. D e) Lift the top leg. D b) Repeat SO times. d) Turn over and repeat with the other leg. Use words and expressions from exercise 6 to help you. D c) Stand up. D f) Bend your knees. D g) Cross your arms over your chest.J~4~1~?itJ~f~II~G~i~v~in:'. ITJ d) Repeat 10 times. D f) Lie on your side. TIMESAVER 40 SlUMs Lf'$$OIl$ for C£F 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZJNE~ AN IMPRJNT OF SOfOLAsnC INC. I can understand a description of a present event. 1) J Can you find 9 verbs connected with exercise? U K S I T A U N D I U S M T P L ~ Writing. D a) Hold a dictionary in each hand. . 2 D b) Bend your arms in front of you.••!lll4i"r!j!~tIl121lll:iF~~~"~t~tn~1l~·~t~4~"~. Think of an exercise and write the instructions. D f) Lower the books.-~ With your partner put these instructions for exercises in the correct order. c) Sit on the floor. D D b) Sit up with your feet on the floor.

b) Oxford. b) A programme about famous people. c) We don't know. b) Two. . b) Grace. y . (~------~-------~~-----~~-~ E L . 4 How many times has Britney got married? a) One. . . AN IMPRINT Of SCHOLASTIC INC. ask your partner or another pair. Tick the things in exercise 3 they talked about? r-n. E B R I T . b) Another singer. b) She's filming a new video. .TlMESAVER. c) Cambridge. c) She's making a TV programme. c) Jackie.lO Skills lessons for CEF Asking for personal information 38 CELEBRITY PHONE-IN 1 Can you think of celebrities whose names begin with these letters? C . Now. 2 Talk about these questions. 2 Who is your favourite celebrity' 3 Write ONE question you would like to ask him/her. 1 Why is Britney not there? a) She's recording a new record. . c) Her friend. 3 Where is Jackie from? a) Southport. 1 What do you think 'Celebrity Phone-in' is? a) A special telephone for famous people. S What is the name of the third caller? a) Kate. 6 Do you think Darlene is really a 'good friend' to Britney? TIMESAVER 4ll Skills lessons for CEf C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINes. Use these ideas. 2 Who is Darlene? a) Her sister. 5 Listen again and choose the correct answer. CB school uniform [g her cars 0 her money V cosmetic surgery [J:!J her singing ~ marriage 'lJ her hairstyle 4 Listen to part of a radio programme called Celebrity Phone-in. . c) A programme you can phone and ask famous people questions. 3 What do you know about Britney Spears? Tell your partner.

1 Britney many got how has married times? . With a partner choose a celebrity for the phone-in programme. 12 I 13 I I 9 Writing.. friend. 11 A nice. ? When I Why did you start acting I singing I . After three questions.. 2 Britney is a pop . 2 she surgery have did was Britney cosmetic younger when? . Are you married I single I divorced? When I Why did you get married I divorced? Do you love your husband I wife I girlfriend I boyfriend I . times . TIMESAVER 40 Sk. 1 A famous person is a . . 4 Darlene is her .. but we have to stop here.. I can write simple questions asking for personal information.... Here are some questions to help you but you can think of your own as well. ? How many children do you have? What's your next film I match I book I song I . 8 Complete the puzzle with words from the listening and find the secret vertical word.. I can understand and respond to simple questions about myself or another person. 1 2 I I 3 4 S her mother' ... .. 10 Did Britney have . S She knows her better 6 Jackie asked Darlene a 7 How .. Can-do checklist o o o o I can understand familiar words.ills Lessons for CEF C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES.. Half the class are celebrities...... I can write simple phrases about myself or another person.. ? 10 Speaking.. ? What do you like I hate most? What's your favourite film I colour I TV programme I . AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe. 6 I I 7 8 9 I 8 The man you marry is your . change partners. Then listen again and check.. surgery. 3 She is busy making a new . The other half ask questions. 3 of Britney singing is looks her famous or her because looks? ....... Rotating roleplay: Celebrity Phone-in..TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for CEF Asking for personal information 7 Reorder these words to make the three questions that the callers asked Darlene. 10 11 12 That school ..... Write a interview. ? 9 Grace is from . question.. really helped her! 13 I'm .

TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for CEF Talking about free time activities 39 KIDS RULE 1 Talk about these questions. 5 What will happen on the last day? a) There will be a special concert. : I TIMESAVER 40 Skills l~non. ) 4 Listen again and match the students' names with the activities in this table... c) There will be a test. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTIC INe. b) There will be a show. for CEF 0 MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. Janice Peters Mark Johns Maria Evans Joel Farmer ~ skateboarding fashion modern dance Dj-ing do board slides customise our clothes spin scratch Check with a partner about the activities like this: Janice Peters is going to teach them about . . a headteacher. Match the words with the pictures... Thomas talked about. Does he talk about any of the things you mentioned? Here are some of the things Mr. 1 Would you like to be a teacher and teach your teachers? 2 Do you think the teachers would like it? 3 What subjects do you think would be interesting for teachers to learn from students? :2 ~ Listen to Mr. spin .. He is talking about a special day at his school.. She's going to teach them how to " ... ( scratch .... board slide .. Thomas. 3 customise ...

.. I can understand simple information.. I can write a simple plan. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe. Write the past tenses of the verbs. 2 The teachers listened well.. S learn 0 ·········0 2 listen 6 practise 0 .. First talk to your partner about your free time activities and write them down. we like . I can talk about my free time activities..m. 7 break ········0 ·········0 4 think . S If we like new clothes. 6 Past tense of fa 11.. Which sentences are true and false for Maria and Joel? Maria 1 It was hard work.. 7 Something DJs do.. I do it every evening.... TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for CEF C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES.. place and one thing the teachers will learn... 8 tell .. 1 We do this to our clothes to make them special for us.. !IQ Writing.... 0 3 fall .. Plan a 'Kids Rule day' for your teachers.. Tell your teacher which activities you wrote.TIMESAVER 40 skills lessons for [ET Talking about free time activities 6 After the 'Kids Rule' week Maria and Joel are talking about it.. It's got wheels. With your partner choose five A: What do you like doing in your free time? B: I like/love skateboarding. 0 0 ffl Listen and tick the past tenses you hear....... blue and green are ........ How about you? activities for the day. We will do the graffiti on the wall outside the gym.... Joel 8 Complete this crossword with words from the listening and find the secret. S I'd like to be a teacher.... 4 One of the teachers got hurt. 3 The teachers learned a lot..... 1 I I 2 I I I 31 4 5 I 6 I I 71 I I I I I r 9 Speaking... 4 Red. 1 be . ...... activity (from the board). 2 One teacher broke his ... Can-do checklist o o o o I can understand a simple conversation about free time activities. 3 We stand on this.. Include this information: name of student... time. Write your plan. Kids Rule Day Marian will teach graffiti writing on Monday morning from 9 to 11 a.. Use this model.. Teachers will learn to read and paint graffiti. vertical word. 7 Listen again...

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( X X I . heavy . Key: A 3 B 1 C 2 3 Key: 1 at school 2 father 3 outside 4 out 5 her birthday 6 will 4 The students complete the chart. party A CD player video player sun umbrella . 10 Based on the information in their notices and the Questions \n ex.On Monday. two. or the whole class.B 2 friendly . 'love' and 'hate'. six. home.) Encourage students to use other items from previous exercises. fast . The idea is for them 3 Again students scan to answer the questions.c 3 really .asua\ dothes a British flag X .TEACHER'S NOTES AND TRANSCRIPTS (~--~---~---------~----~-~) Unit 1 1 Talk about 1he title of the unit. NOT twelve. AIlIMPflINT Of' SCHOlASTIC [Ne . The funnier the better. 7 to write their website entry. Monday? .g. Key: noisy . changing after the first student has given all the invitations. 6 Explain that ASAP means 'as soon as possible' and is read as 4 letters.light. As a whole class or in pairs. 7 The students do the task in pairs. 2 Students read and match. hair.efc\se 5. Key: Nick's 3 Key: 1 female . 2 Elicit the concept of a 'Lost' notice and ideas abou1 what sort of information would be on it. food and activities.they are the same for both A and B. fifty-six). Unit 2 1 Use questions for pairwork or class discussion. Explain that any verbs go in the gerund. not a word. (I'm into dancing. ete. S The students work together and write the invitation. insist on complete sentences in the answers. Remind students we read phone numbers number by number (1256 = one. This could be set as homework.slow each picture to pre-teach or revise key vocabulary related to parties: clothes.C 4 The students work individually and check in pairs. Elicit a description of In pairs. UNIT4 X sausages & burgers coke and crisps fish and chips smart clothes . 9 Give the silent dictation a chance. 8 Key: hairy Tuesday tortoise dangerous quiet parrot friendly 9 Students write a notice.safe.D 4 sunbathing . Key: 1 quite . For practise of 1 Discuss as a class. Key: 1 C 2 D 3 A 4 B If necessary.( party B probably partyC X .friendly. Let them check answers in pairs or small groups. Alternatively. they invent another 'Love' poem. Monitor the activity and select some to be read aloud. Unit 3 1 The students look for the words and talk about the questions. Key: A & D: they are both interested in Italian and the cinema. Write acceptable answers on the board.quiet. Write the categories (age.( X I X .( probably X probably X . mouse.E 3 hairy . Key: What's the animal's name? What type of animal is it? How old is it? How long is it? What colour is it? What kind of food does it like/eat? What does it like? Where did you see it last? What is its owner's name? What is your telephone number? 6 Explain and demonstrate any unknown adjectives. 5 Students unjumble and match. The students do the role-play. fish. rabbit. five. The students read the poem. 2 Encourage the students only to scan to match the pictures with the texts. dog.a 6 Give them some more examples of things you are and aren't into. it can be done as a game to see which pairs finish first. if necessary.if appropriate.let them speak! Students self-check. This could be set as homework. Key: 1 C&D 2 B 3 B&C 4 A 5 A&D 6 B 7 A 8 B 9 A 10 C 4 Students read again. big . B & C: they both like music and dancing. Elicit feedback. 7 Pre-teach 'plump'. dangerous . Make sure they understand the question prompts as they need them for the next activity. Check with the whole class before letting them do the second part of the activity.small.b 2 into . shy . Possible key: 1 Art / Painting Club 2 Magic Club / Harry : ~ TIMESAVER 40 Sl<ilb ~ for (Ef 0 MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES.( X X 7 The students can choose more than one adjective for each animal. If it's too difficult .A 5 dangerous . Ask the questions given and others that come up naturally. S Students can follow the categories in ex. the students ask and a.m. Key: 1 having on 2 at at 3 Would 4 let 5 on pictures. give more controlled practice by asking for correct prepositions with a series of words. 9 o'c1ocl<? . Ask them for an explanation for their choice and teach 'both'. Key: 1 Mitsy 2 spider (tarantula) 3 6 months 412 cm 5 brown 6 small mice 7 sleeping in beds 8 in the garden 9 Nick 10 1566333461 5 Half the class are A and half are B.( X . write the questions on the board and then rub out a few key words from each. using the information in brackets on their cards.( X X 5 The students talk about the questions. they ask and answer. The students complete the questions . etc.( c.) on the board and elicit the correct questions orally or in writing.d 4 academy . 2 The students think of names for the clubs based on the future tense.At 9 o'clock. Ask for examples with the verbs to get faster and faster . e. Reinforce and practise the vocabulary by asking the students to think of one of the words and miming it for their partner. Key: cat. Encourage creativity and humour! Let volunteers read out their invitations to the class.we£.

Elicit meanings. Key: 1 F 2 F 3 T 4 F 5 T 6 F 7 F 6 The students match the slogans and pictures. Don't check the answers yet. 9 They ask and answer questions. Pay particular attention to any interesting slogans that come up. It's funky. Key: 1 vinegar 2 chicken bone 3 24 hours 4 bowl 5 tie a knot 6 3 hours 4 The students order the instructions by matching them to the pictures in exercise 3.10. Tell them that 'Red lorry. . 'he's the ugliest. Then they describe it (without showing it) to their group who guesses who the T-shirt is for. UNIT 8 1 The students work in pairs or small groups. 4 What about the new Eminem song. pole. If necessary. For Trick 3. Elicit feedback informally. 4 The students read and check their predictions. hop. smile. Key: a3 bl c4 d6 e2 f5 Practise pronunciation by repeating the instructions. oil. Student A will need an envelope and pieces of paper . they can make their own cards from paper. 10 5tudents write a notice about their club. The students label the pictures. Display them on the walls for the class to read. pen. 'Bad Hair Day'. Ace/joker and numbers 2 . they make predictions. spool 2 The students do the matching. Key: 1 on Mondays. ask 'What do you think of The Beatles / the film 'Matrix 3' / school'.g. 5 The students read the sentences and learn the words. or collate the results on the board. It's a wicked phone. 6 Key: 1 village 2 ugly 3 rude 4 to frighten 5 windy 7 Allow a few minutes for a class competition. Key: 3 a) Harry Potter and the Philosopher's 5tone b) Voldemort c) Hogwarts d) Dumbledore e) Ran. using dictionaries if necessary. Perhaps demonstrate one you know! The students label the pictures. spoon. Ask if 'fab' is positive or negative (positive) and what it means (fabulous). 5 Key: 1 Marston 2 ugly 3 five 4 practises a lot 5 changes nMESAVER 40 Skil5 Les~ for CH 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES.' etc. Remind them to use expressions from the unit. 2 The students read and check the answers. Do more work on them if necessary: multiplying and adding numbers. Key: lc 2d 3a 4b 5e 6f 7 Key: 1 d 2 e 3 f 4 c 5 a 6 b 8 Encourage the students to use expressions and vocabulary from the unit. writing their answers in column 1. Rowling g) Hagrid h) Hedwig 3 Elicit the meaning of 'magic trick'. shone. the students make words with the letters. she. they sort out the words. Key: Any suggestions? Why don't you (+ infinitive)' How about (+ gerund or noun)? 7 Go through the expressions in the boxes explaining any vocabulary. 2 Why don't you have/get/choose silver? It's a cool colour. 'Mobiles are fab'. play games. Hermione f) J. ete. Revise body parts if necessary. naming the cards in a pack.or they can write the number on a piece of paper and fold it. they can imagine! 6 Point out the grammar of suggestions as you go along. etc. Help with vocabulary. ticking the boxes. Say enthusiastically. do quizzes 5 The students read again and answer. The students read their tricks at least twice so they are UNIT 6 1 Talk about the picture or show the students something odd you can do. They can decorate it if they like. B The students can do the writing in class or for homework. yellow lorry' is a tongue twister. pool. The students make suggestions using expressions from both boxes for each. In teams or individually. 3 Why don't you get a contract. 9 The students talk about their mum's mobile. Key: 1 ringtones 2 photos 3 games 4 alarm 5 video 6 e~mail 3 Key: 1 c 2 c 3 b 4 The students read the texts again to find the words. Explain any expressions they don't understand. Unit 5 1 Introduce the topic by asking 'Do you like wearing T-shirts? When do you wear them more. 4 Students guess or tell you the meaning of 'slogan'. AN IMPRINT Of SCHOlASTIC INe. lips. hole. learn magic tricks. Set an approximate number of words. moon. If some students don't have mobiles. do quizzes and competitions 5 sign your name 6 Kathy Barnes 6 The students write 'positive' or 'negative' under each adjective. mole. 6 For Trick 2. Key: 1 brilliant / wicked 2 a lot of 3 funky 4 too 5 CUL8R 6 I'd love 5 Encourage the students to talk about the questions. e. Possible key: bones. mile. UNIT 7 1 Focus on the title. 8 The students think of some information for an imaginary club. Talk about what you can do with each option. Key: 1 How about a new Nokia. Key: A: move lift put write read stand touch B: tongue head toes mouth thumb wrist nose ears hands eyebrows 3 Key: 1 i 2 e 3 h 4 g 5 a 6 c 7 f B b 9 d 4 Key: Martina can make horrible faces. men. Focus on the reading task and the questions. To give them further practice. or small groups. 5he's making the worst face. summer or winter? When would you not wear them?. Vote on the most interesting I popular I boring club. after school 2 in Room 10 3 10 4 talk. mop. changing some information. 9 The students design a T-shirt. 9 The final quiz is for fun. 8 The students use their imaginations. mole. Key: 1 plain 2 baggy 3 designer 4 funny 5 tight 6 fancy 2 The students read the questionnaire. 5tudent B will need ten cards. 2 In pairs. Key: play games.? Key: a positive b negative c positive d positive e negative f positive 7 The students give their opinion using the adjectives. Remind them they can use the questions in exercise 5 to help them. The fastest pair wins. Encourage responses such as. Ask each group to tell you the funniest one or two.Potter Club 3 Animal lovers Club / Pet Club 4 Cinema / Film / Video Club 5 Dance Club 6 Cooking Club 3 In pairs. shop. which help them with the next task. etc. 3 The students ask and answer. ship. It's much cheaper. hen. K. nose. Key: b 5 Ask the students if they ever buy things on the internet.

Wear that! Jane: I (eel (ot today.. UNIT 12 1 The students talk about the questions. Play recording 11.1 Debbie: Hi Bev.15 812.ASGOW MAGAZINES. Jane: Ate you going 'a the party tonight? Frank Yep.00 3 Key: 1 Teen Drama 2 Teen Soap 3 Party Food 4 Storytime 5 Sports News 6 Fashion Extra 7 Teen Problems 8 Quiztime 9 Interviews 10 Pop Band 11 Kids News 12 Cartoons 4 Key: 1 Emma and Hannah 2 Jane Markham 3 Monkton High 4 Andrew Parker 5 Key: 1 T 2 F 3 F 4 T 5 F 6 F 6 Elicit examples and responses round the class before the students do this in pairs. boots. Help with vocabulary. B. 3. 7 The students make suggestions using the ideas in the pictures. skirt. Debbie: Mums always hare our dothes! Bev.. Reward the 'winning' group in some way to encourage and motivate.1. Frank Oh .00 311. tie 5 dress.15 412. my darling little sister. Possible key: 1 Why don't you wear make-up! 2 Why don't you take a taxi? 3 Why don't you wear a hat? 4 Why don't you wear a baggy T-shirt? 5 Why don't you use cooking oil? 8 In pairs or small groups.1. bikini. Key: 1 10. Tick 1. 2 Key: 1 Dragon Mountain 2 Thunder River 3 restaurant 4 Loveboat 5 Vampire Run 6 Mini Railway 7 every half hour 8 £8 98 p. Why don'. music.1: jane: Hi . 8 This can be done as homework or in class. T-shirt. it isn't! Debbie: Why. painted a green tree on the rrousers. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe.30 6 9. computer games. night dress. mobile phones. They do the matching. Key: 1 awesome.it's me.30 712. UNIT 10 1 Ask the students what programmes they watch on Saturday mornings. the students make as many suggestions and responses as they can. Remind them to use the language seen in the unit and NOT to communicate verbally. slippers. shirt. Make sure they really try to do the second part in English. undervvear 2 belt 3 shoes. 2.able to explain the instructions to each other. UNIT 9 1 Ask the students if they like theme parks and which ones they know. Remind them to use the -ing form of 1he verb. Ler's do thad 4 Key: 1 J 2 F 3 J 4 J 5 F 6 J 7 F 5 Key: 1 tomato sandwich 2 cool 3 fat 4 green tree 5 clothes 6 Ask 'How do you make suggestions?' Tell the students to circle 'Why don't you' and 'How about' in the examples. 2 Play recording 12. Those with the most correct answers win. UNIT 11 1 The students can work in pairs or small groups. Elicit a list and put it on the board.45 211. How are you doing? Jane: I hove Q problem! Frank: And. 7. 3 Refer them to the cartoon and check they understand a 'clothes crisis' is when you don't know what to wear. tell the students not to say the name of their friend and to read out the paragraph for the others to guess who they are talking about.I'm having a clothes CRISIS! Frank: Why don't you wear your new white trousers and the pink top? They're great lane: 1sat on a tomara sandwich in my white trousers and the dog ate my pink top. Then they practise in pairs. Key: The following were mentioned: clothes.m. boyfriend. 9. you do like loud music. 3 Focus on vocabulary. necklace. .m. whats up? Bev: It's my Mum. we (orget the party and go shopping for clothes instead! lane: Cool. She thinks they go our all the time and don't do their homework. Key: They are both having a crisis.. Debbie: Nor again! 8ev: I'm going crazy! Debbie: 'N'hat is it now? Bev. 9 The text message can be done in class or at home. She hates my dothes. Ensure correct intonation.45 511. Frank: Ow! Your blue dress is cool. • • TlMESA'lfR 40 Skills lessons for CEf 0 MARY GI. shorts 6 earrings. 10 Tapescript 11. 10 11 a. Because they're black. aren't you? Jane: Well. trainers. wicked 2 gift shop 3 scary 4 lake 5 ghost 6 spaceship 7 dragon 8 thunder 4 Key: 1 Yes 2 No 3 Thunder River 4 Thunder River 5 Before 6 Sue's 7 Meg 8 The mini railway 9 9 p. 5 The students practice giving each other simple directions using the map. . Everything OK? Bev: No. swim suit. She says he's [00 old for me. Then ask them to look at the key and find each place on the map.. friends. She says its roo loud. And she hates my music. Possible key: 1 pyjamas. films Tapescript: 12. Their partner has to follow the instructions and do the trick. lane: Why don't you wear the silver shin and black trousers? Frank The shins dirty and Emma. Debbie: Well. make-up. Elicit examples of these programmes. (I love watching No) 7 Help the students with vocabulary as necessary. Frank: Well how about the black top with your white skirt lane: I always wear that! What are you wearing? Frank I'm having a dothes crisis too. 7 The students write the instructions in class or at home. You're coming. ring 2 The students discuss the questions. Key: 1 news 2 fashion 3 interviews 4 competitions 5 cookery 2 Check the students can express the time correctly. reading different combinations. without looking. socks 4 suit.you'lf love it! Jane: Frank . 6 The students 'chat' by passing the paper back and forth to each other.m. if possible. Debbie: How old is he? Bev: A year older than me! Debbre: Ahl Bev: She hares my friends too. I really have NOTHING to wear! Frank: I've got an idea. Bev: Thank you! She also hares my boyfriend.. Frank: Hi there. To make it more interesting.

4 They don't do their homework. 5 Play recording 12.cokes. cheese. UNIT 13 1 Play the game in two. Play recording 13. Key: 1 filling 2 brown bread 3 baguette 4 mayonnaise 5 roll 6 lettuce 3 Play recording 13. What about you? 4 The students listen again and complete the menu. 5 It's too heavy..2. Then there's a baguette or a roll. Direct them to the photo and ask a few questions. add the mayonnaise. The students listen and check. or ham.2 I Take two slices o( bread.. Afterwards.000 to buy new books (or the schoollibrory. 'Are they inside or outside? Is it busy? Why not?' 2 After doing the exercise. She con tell you about your (uture! We are going to have good music all afternoon so . In one game you con throw water at me. . There ore different sorts o( bread. Yuk . There are lots o( fillings.B egg mayonnaise ..or tomato sauce. 7 Cut it in half 8 Eat itl 9 Encourage the students to be as creative as possible with their sandwiches! If possible.I hate hom. 2 It's too loud. I'm Mr. The students don't look at the page but listen and choose something from the menu which they then tell their partner about. Check they understand 'too'. Elicit and write up the resulting list.I know you like that. Feedback the funniest answers. what do you think? I'm going to have a baguette with bacon and cheese. and then repeat. 6 Put the second slice on top. Key: 1 brown 2 cheese 3 ham 4 tomato 5 £1. Debbie: OK OKJ Enough! 3 The students listen again to fill in more detail. chicken. ask them to bring in a strange sandwich for the next lesson and choose the best/most interesting/most unusuaL If this is not possible. Thank you (or coming! 4 Model the dialogue for the students. and a cola too. Elicit ideas orally before asking the class to work in pairs. LeSSOR' for CH C MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. 2 Check they understand and learn this vocabulary. Insist on good pronunciation. It's a lovely sunny day and there's lots to do. Don't check the answers yet..B corn ~ F roast beef . 6 Key: In order: sack race egg and spoon race three-legged race find the duck 7 Play recording 14. Key: 1c 2b 3a 4a 5c 6b 7b Tapescript: 14. Ensure they have a good idea of what a fete is. So.yum . Key: blue cheese . Perhaps we con find the next Britney Spears or Robbje Willioms! We have 0 lot o( fun games (or you too. Pay particular attention to correct word stress. The students listen and write the name of the race.2 I You should wear different colours. You con have orange juice. Key: See tapescript. lettuce and tomato sauce. my films . Then ask them to complete the first box with more ideas and practise similar dialogues in pairs.) 4 Explain 'should' if necessary. Key: 1 D 2 A 3 E 4 B 5 C Tapescript: 12. 4 You shouldn't wear make-up to school. get the students to vote on the ideas in class. or more groups. The students write A-E. 10 The students can write the dialogue in class or at home. we're very nice! Bev: She hates my make-up . my computer games. Tapescript: 13. 6 Play recording 12. Remember . For the TEACHERS! And ot 2 o'clock there is a singing competJtion. S You should go out with different friends 6 You shouldn't ploy games on the computer. Tapescript: 13.1 Good afternoon everyone.F tuna . They practise it in pairs a few times. 4 Put some chicken on top o( this. 3 Put some lettuce on the first slice. TIMESAVER 40 Skill. UNIT 14 1 The students read the definition and answer the questions.1 Mark: This menu looks good and the prices ore OK too.3. Key: 1 d 2 b 3 c 4 e 5 a 6 f 9 Point out the infinitive and negative infinitive forms. sandwiches. You con hove cheese .3 A You should tell her you wear that colour becouse it doesn't look dirty! B You should tell her you have it to phone her in an emergency. (Explain this collocation.Debbie: But.it's too heal. 8 Check they understand the vocabulary.2 for them to check. spend 0 Jot please! At I o'clock we hove some (un races. that's lettuce and tomato. Granger. I think I might get that .80 6 roll 7 orange 8 tea 5 Key: 1 mineral water 2 tomato 3 baguette 4 filling 5 roll 6 Write 'fillings'. 2 Butter them. I know the students ore going to /jke thatJ There are lots o( stalls where you con buy (ood . . Tapescript: 12. bacon.we want to get £ I. I'll read it to you and we can choose what to order. So. the Headteacher and I wont to welcome you to St Anne's school (ete. That's not very exciting. Oh. Insist they repeat the complete sentence. 8 The students read and order the instructions. She hates my mobile phone. All the drinks are 90p. COs and a lot o( other things. Then we con hove some salad. Key: See tapescript.80. 5 The students practise the same type of dialogue as in exercise 4 with the information on their cards. cola.F salami . AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe. 3 He's too old. A baguette is £2. 'both' and 'salads' on the board. For example. 2 You should listen to quieter music. is it? The prices ore quite good. burgers. There ore also stalls which sell books.2. ask them if they think this is good advice. Key: 1 They're black. 3 You should find 0 younger boyfriend. AND we hove Madame Zeto. 5 Finally. Then they work in pairs discussing their orders. spend your money and have a good time.F 7 The students first practise the expressions. mineral water. You con choose (rom white or brown bread.1. then repeat.1. ask the students to turn over the page while you read the definitions again to see if they can remember the answer.50. Key: 1 fortune teller 2 music 3 stalls 4 games 5 food 6 races 3 Read through the questions with the class before playing recording 14.it's big and I'm hungry! A roll or a sandwich is just £ 1. coffee or tea. 7 Read the example and model the dialogue with a good student. My dad always coils lettuce "rabbit (ood"! And with that you con choose mayonnaise ..y. C You should tell her you wear it to look as pretty as she does! D You should tell her my (other is very rich! E You should tell her they help old people at the weekends. Elicit and write up more ideas.

Ask them what a robot can do. Tapescript: 16."t'WfP't!lliiNikhiimttlj Key: 1 egg and spoon race 2 sack race 3 find the duck 4 three-legged race Tapescript: 14. Point out that the reasons could be matched differently.1. they ask and answer to complete the other card. AN IMPRINT OF SClfQl. sea. There is a mobile phone that tells him 'tNhot to do. The students listen and match and then listen and repeat. . vest. sit. There are three extra words.2 You must see it It's really exdting! Don't miss it It's very funny! You'll love it It's brilliant Don't see it! It's terrible.O.I'd LOVE to.things like that j: Great! N: And we have to buy some things too. UNIT 16 1 Individually or as a whole class. Key: A: 1 film 2 story 3 robot 4 car 5 film 8: 1 spy 2 80nd Girl 3 gadgets 4 pink mini 5 actors 7 Read through the recommendations and reasons and check vocabulary. Possible key: dad. then correct with the class. vet. This new film is a comedy! You must see it Will Smith is James Bond. And we have to arrive in London first! J: We can do it Your car is so fast We can win No problem. star. UNIT 15 1 Give the students a few minutes to do this. baked beans go on a rally 6 The students do the quiz in pairs or small groups. Key: 1b 2a 3c 4b 5c Tapescript: 15. The students answer the questions. Explain the meaning of 'radio advert'. 8 The students prepare their questions from the prompts.30. 10 The students read the reviews to the class or in groups. Key: 1 holiday 2 presents 3 book 4 tea •• TIMESAVER ~ Skills Lesons for CEF 0 MARY GI. j: What sort o( different things? N: A photo of a pub. did. 9 The students work in pairs to invent a new film (as in the poster) completing the notes.johnny Depp! The story is exciting. The students write the number after the correct words.00 pm. 8 The students do the crossword. 3 Play recording 15. It's really bad! 8 The students practise making recommendations. They do the role play.2. 4 The students listen again for specific information.this time it is a pretty pink mini! The film is very funny and the actors are excellent Don't miss it In local dnemas (rom I1€Xt Sawrdoy. Key: 1 spy 2 a comedy 3 007 4 a robot 5 80nd girls 6 a gadget 3 Play recording 16.ASGOW MAGAZINES. a photo ofa football sradium. Jenna: Hi you! How are things? N: Fanrastid J: Really' N: Yeah. there are twenty cars and we sran at different times. 10. sad. side. They listen again and complete ONLY their card. 2 The students do the exercise. 9 The students generate ideas in pairs. they write their review. The fastest pair or group wins. I'm going on a car rally on Sunday. encouraging noun phrases: article + adjective + noun.ASTIC 1Ne. Check orally. a boot . drove. Explain any new vocabulary. Then they write their ideas as rules. 2 You get into sacks and jump fast 3 There is a big box. an unusual place name.1 Nick Hi! It's me. the famous spy and Oprah Winfrey is the gorgeous Bond Girl! There is also a Bond Boy . first without the words in the box and then with them. etc. art. You won't like it! It's so boring. Play recording 16. ride.2 I You have a spoon wirh an egg on it You run (ast but rhe egg must not (all. place name. Divide the class into As and 8s. 6 In pairs. Tapescript: 16. drive. There is also an incredible robot cafled 'Fred' who helps him. a yellow car.1. rest. Key: 1 fast 2 a pub 3 a place name 4 a partner 5 a cheat 6 a castle 7 cool 8 twenty Secret word: fun rally 2 The students discuss the questions. They could also/alternatively design an informative film poster. Ask them to name any '80nd Girls' they know of. tide. at 7. Tapescript: 15. Ask them to vote on the best / funniest / craziest film. like baked beans. perhaps writing it on the board as an example. a castle.1. football stadium. UNIT 17 1 Ask if they listen to the radio. introduce the topic with the questions.2 As on page in exercise 4.1 The new james Bond film starts on Saturday. Play recording 15. In it rhere are lors of balls and some plastic ducks under rhe balls. 10 The students tell a partner about the fete they have invented. dead. 2 Key: 1 bored 2 activities 3 herbs 4 present 5 on-line 6 laugh 7 trick 8 wizard 3 Play recording 17. eat.2. 4 You tie one leg to a (riend's leg and run (ast together. river. There is a plan to kill the President Can 007 stop if? James Bond has a lot of new gadgets. Q postcard with Q beach on it something with our name on There are lots of things to do. 7 Remind the students of 'have to' + infinitive and point out the use of 'do' in the question form. This is key vocabulary. This is NOT a normal lames Bond filrn. Don't go. What do we have to do' N: Well. The pair with the most correct words wins. choosing the correct answer from the information on their cards. N: We can if we take a lot of the photos before we start! J: You big cheat!! 4 Key: Tick: 21519/10 5 Key: take photos. sat set. Key: See tapescript. The students listen and repeat. You find the ducks and run [0 put rhem in a bowl of water. In class or as homework. seat ear. J: WOW! Coo/! N: Would you like ro be my pa([J1er? j: Really~ Of caurse . Key: Across: 3 fortune 4 egg 7 run 8 race 9 stalls Down: 1 burger 2 teller 3 fete 4 spoon 6 games 9 Elicit examples of the information. Elicit other possible nouns for each adjective. The students listen for gist and tell you if they would like to see this film.00pm 5 Check the students understand adjectives on the 'cards'. They give us a camera and we have to rake photos of different things and drive fast to London.30 and 10. Key: 1 Saturday 2 Will Smith 3 Bond girl 4 Johnny Depp 5 President 6 robot 7 mini 87. They then write and design a leaflet. Of course James Bond has a special car .

But we were hungry so we ate them. that was scary! Ju/ie. Elicit any interesting or surprising findings. presentsforall. The students choose an answer. Then ask the students to do the exercise.com. leave 3 answer. Key: 1 Hogwart's School 2 choose a present 3 laugh 4come 6 The students order the questions. (bleep) If you have more than one phone. It was terrible.. Key: 1 a 2 c 3 c 4 c 5 a 6 c 7 b 4 Doesn't your boyfriend love you? Is your girlfriend angry with you? Buy our new herb tea and they will come backl 'Love me'tea costs 10 euros a box and you can buy it on-line at nevvtea..! Peter: And because it was 0 television programme.. stop looking and go on-line to presentsforall. press 2. return to main menu.50. 2 Play recording 18. 5 This is Stella Stevens With a message for Mrs Banon. ate some horrible things that were olive . You con do lots of activities and meet some people from the films. My mummy says I'm a . Peter. I didn't sleep well. Dri\\ ( practise. $10. If you are phoning about a business phone.. number 4 hang up. Ask the students to predict the answers before listening. Do it NOW 2 Are you looking for Q present {or 0 (riend? We can help you choose. button. we did some difficult tests. Visit our website and see our fantastic ideas. Tapescript: 18. If you are the house owner. 3 Do you like to make your friends lough? ''The Best Joke Book Evert" is in your Amazon bookshop now It's {/ /.com 3 joke book. . Lesson. £500.1. Key: The message is NOT real. 2 Answer the phone. 7 Play the recording again. She hated thad Presenter: Me too! Peter: I also walked in 0 river with some crocodiles. Key: 1 e 2 d 3 a 4 b 5 c 2 Pre-teach 'would you'. nothing. We can change your love life! 4 The students listen again and complete the words in the pictures. Don't put that in the kitchen BertJ Hello? Oh. (bleep) Sorry . Hello?Well. The students complete the sentences. press 3. If you would like a chocolate ice cream. Key: a. The students listen and match the messages to the people. for CEF C MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. the new vocabulary from exercises 1 and 2. If you ore not the house owner. 4 Hel/o. press I. press I. Encourage them to record them if possible. Presenter: Yuk. name.serious 9 The students write a message. I drive my car to work. 10 Record the best adverts for the class to listen to. Love me 5 Focus on the use of 'because'. the students practise the sentences. AND all for under $1 Of So. (bleep). There were insects in my bed! That was horrible. Is she not well? Please phone me on 1 Discuss the title with the class. press 3.com.1.com. Leave Model the intonation and then. If you would like a new phone. the students could record themselves for homework. goodbye presents and thank you presents ..1 I It's jane. 10 Do the activity with a good student as a model before asking the students to work in pairs. Buy it now and have FUN. Leave your name and your number And I'll get back to you. The students work in groups and ask the questions. (bleep) If you would like 0 vanilla ice cream.we hove them all. well. TIMESAVER 40 Skill. Elicit reasons for their choice.1 2 Wake up! Wake up! Woke uP! Woke up.50 and it is (ull ofjokes and tricks. sea and sand? Buy a 'Harry Potter Holiday'! For only £500 you can stay at Hogwon's school. there was the (ood! We caught snakes and small animals and cooked them. If you have only one phone. If they have the facilities. Who's that? My name's Susie. 6 Play recording 18. You put your head in 0 box with a lot of big spiders! Peter: Yes. Key: A . press I.2 Good afternoon. (bleep) If you would like information about our prices. press 2. UNIT 18 8 The students read and answer. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTIC INC. UNIT 19 1 Focus on the title of the unit and explain it means 'I really want to hear what you have to say'. Key: 1 Leave a message / your name / your number. 3 Ask the students if they have seen a similar reality show on TV. If you are a child and you ore playing around. Presenter: I sow one of the tests.1 Presenter: So. Now I said you mustn't. If you would like information . I slept in the open air. press I. press 2. Please press the star button now.1 J Would you like a different sort of hoUday? Are you bored with sun. (bleep) If you are phoning about a home phone. Then encourage them to change one word to ask about something different. How are you doing? Sorry you can't get through.' 4 The students learn and practise the collocations.com 2 presents. If you have a problem with a phone. they could read out their adverts and have a class vote. S Key: 1 message 2 press. Collate the results on the board by asking the whole dass to raise. Alternatively. 9 Encourage the students to make the adverts fun and to include questions.1 3 Hello? Hello? Are you there? She Isn't there Ben. £11. Elicit some of their experiences.no. This is the telephone company. Hphols. birthday presents. press 2. press I. Play recording 19. If you would like a toffee ice cream. exclamations and information.I had insects inside my clothes! Presenter: I'm glad you're still olive! Peter: Me too! 3 The students listen and repeat chorally following the rhythm.funny B .com. their hands. 10 euros. e Tapescript: 19. in pairs. Key: 1 friend 2 mechanical voice 3 grandparent 4 a child 5 teacher Tapescript: 18. . was it very difficult? Peter: VERY difficult I usually live in a comfortable house. (bleep) If you would like a Coca-Cola.Then. 3 Press the star button. press 2. d. press I. I cook the food I like. The students work in groups of six to do the questionnaire.no toffee ice creams left. Elicit examples..2. 4 newtea. : • . There is nothing dangerous in my Iife. press 3. Key: 1 holiday. Christmas presents.1 In the jungle everything was different! Presenter: What was MOST difficult (or you? Peter: Well. Con you tell us why Maria is not at school today. Make sure they do not read from their partner's text.Tapescript: 17. 4 Hang up the phone. press 2.ants and worms. my (riend. If you would like on ice cream. Key: 1 Would you like a different kind of car? 2 Do you want to make your friends happy? 3 Are you looking for a birthday present for your dad? 7 Key: 1 tea 2 present 3 joke 4 trick 5 on-line 6 website 7 activity 8 holiday 9 film 10 herbs 8 The students dictate an advert to each other. And there was another test . Book your wizard weekend on hphols.

3. I 5) train from (Poole) is going to be late.2 (Some as 20.. Key: a 3 b 4 c 6 d 1 e 2 f 5 8 The students work in pairs to think of different situations. discuss what charities do.. In groups.don't tell them why. Key: 1 mobile phone. Tell each student to write down an amount of money . ?'.. exaggerating the intonation a little. stressing the corrected word! 8 Help the students with their announcements. Put them on the board. Explain the 5 The students read and answer. 3 The students read and match. 3 We are sorry for the delay on the 6 o'clock ferry to France.quickly! 6 Key: 1 doors. Put them around the class and vote on the best or most unusual ones as well as the one with best English.3 I The doors are now closing. The (passenger) will be 0 lot later. They read out their announcements with the occasional unclear word for their classmates to correct. the students design and write their cards. 4 b) 3 c) 1 d) 5 Tapescript: 20. b. Each information that is missing or unclear in the announcement. Your suitcase opened and your clothes are ~ying in the wind. . 2 We apologise for the delay of ~ight 702 from New York. 2 The students find the collocations. for the students to listen and repeat. Key: A 4 B 1 C 2 D 3 E 6 F 5 5 Practise these expressions with the students and encourage them to learn at least some of them.*@. d. Key: 1 make-up 2 henna tattoo 3 painted nails 4 dyed hair 5 jewellery 2 The students read for speed to find the information. going 2 delay 3 saucepan 4 please 5 snake. Conclude as meaning. Then in pairs they do the mini dialogues. The students match. Encourage them to be creative and use the expressions given. Key: 1 3. UNIT 23 1 The students label the items. f UNIT 21 1 The students complete the crossword in pairs or alone. UNIT 22 1 Play 'Hangman' with the students on the board with the word 'Congratulations'. Elicit a few 7 Read out the exchange. Encourage them to use these new expressions. they can repeat the exercise as an oral c10ze in pairs. 9 In class or at home. Elicit types of cards sent on different occasions. For further practise. Feedback and find the 'bravest' student. We like your pink underwear! 5 Con the owner of a two metre snake please come to the hotel reception . Key: 1 slept 2 caught 3 did 4 put 5 ate 6 walked 7 put As a whole class. they ask questions based on the ideas from exercise 7 and take note of the answers. The students write the number of the recording next to the place. We will be very late. 9 The students can work as a whole class or in groups. reception 4 The students match texts written inside cards.1 We ore very sorry but the (3.15 2 London 3 station 4 train 5 two 6 passenger Tapescript: 20. 4 Mrs Porker. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOLASTIC INe.tu''D. Key: 1 20 minutes 2 £40 3 In October 4 while you wait 55634781124 3 The students discuss in groups quickly. Some rats fell into 0 saucepan of rice and the captain is ill. Key: a) 2. Then they can practise the exchanges in pairs.'. •• TIMESAVER 40 Skills lessons for CEF 0 MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. e. The students work out where it is. 'Would you.tl!UIE4W4UI 4 The students listen again and tick the correct pictures. The pilot has 0 problem With directions and the plane is now ~ying to Australia. Going down. Key: 1 e 2 a 3 d 4 c 5 f 6 b 4 The students solve the anagram and learn key vocabulary. 3 Play recording 20. Key: 1 done 2 hear 3 forgive 4 do 5 thinking 6 marry 7 The students match the responses to the expressions. sunglasses 2 lipstick. Key: 1 for 2 in 3 selling 4 like 5 Buy 8 The students write a celebrity advert for the charity sale.1. The train wjl/ be (two) hours late. . 6 handsome 6 The students complete the expressions.1 but clear. Key: A 5 B 3 C 1 D 2 E 4 4 The students unjumble the anagrams. Key: 1 for 2 to 3 for 6 The students complete the sentences.. UNIT 20 1 Play 'Hangman' with the students on the board. teacup 3 toothbrush 4 sunglasses 5 mobile phone 6 lipstick 7 sunglasses 8 toothbrush 9 teacup 6 The students express their opinions in pairs.2. Key: 1 Charles 2 Beckham 3 Madonna 4 Brad 5 Eminem 6 Elton 7 Britney Elicit further information about these people from the 5 Elicit names of more jungle animals and put them on the board. 8 Refer them back to the structure in exercise 2. but he can not spend more money than he had written down. Key: 1 a time/number 2 a place 3 a place 4 object 5 a number 6 a name Tapescript: 20. 2 Encourage the students to talk a little about the card culture in your country. . 3 Explain the meaning of 'greeting'. Key: a train station Then encourage the students to guess the type of a class discussion. Key: 1 spiders 2 insects 3 ants 4 worms 5 snakes 6 crocodiles class. 7 The students focus on expressions used in adverts. 2 Play recording 20.. Key: 1 admirer 2 Many happy returns! 3 I've got the memory of a goldfish.) student must try to 'buy' at least one item. Then they practise the messages and responses. They should be enthusiastic in their responses. Key: 1 pilot 2 ferry 3 saucepan 4 suitcase 5 underwear 6 flight 7 reception 8 delay 5 Play recording 20.. Put up 13 spaces for the word 'announcements'. the U5 or the UK. responses and help with vocabulary. Key: Tick: a. g Conduct a mini class auction. Mrs Porker please come to airport reception.A passenger went past his (station) so he jumped off (the train). Key: 1 celebrities 2 designer 3 lipstick 4 private 5 shiny 7 The students discuss their ideas in pairs and then write down the interesting ones using 'You must . They read out their adverts and 'bid' for the items.. 4 ill 5 Please forgive me.

one reads out the. checking in the text. practising the new language in a freer context. ask them what else can be pretty. Key: 1 celebrity 2 horoscope 3 magazine 4 prize 5 jokes 6 article 7 gift 8 letters 9 qUIz 10 fashion 11 Interview The vertical word is: competition. Feedback with the whole class. The mirror used to be long but now it is small and round. 3 The students read the rest of the text.A5T1C IN<:. There used to be three small pictures on one wall but now there's one big one. 2 The students read the texts quickly. ask for volunteers to tell the class. UNIT 24 1 The students ask each other the questions on the questionnaire. . Elicit the meaning of the hidden word.4 Key: 1 the best 2 fully 3 expert 4 price 5 approximate dark green. I didn't used to have a computer. Key: 1 undoing 2 out 3 taking 4 at home 5 round 6 put on 7 burst 8 went 5 The class vote on the best. UNIT 27 1 The students work on the crossword. N or B. S The students read the e-mail and answer. Then. For further practice. UNIT 26 1 The students ask each other the questions. Key: Bartonby biscuits. 2 Makeover Magic 3 A bedroom makeover. houses by the river. ete. beautiful gifts 5 The students read the rest of the text and match. Key: 1 c 2 b 3 d 4 a 6 The students complete the verbs. 6 Read through the boxes. Key: 1 Mike's 2 James's 3 Josie's 4 Gemma's 5 James' and Mike's 6 Josie's 4 The students compete without rereading if they can. These words are UNIT 25 1 The students talk about their bedrooms and makeovers as a lead in. incomplete sentence and the other completes It orally. in pairs. be a big rug at the foot of the bed but now there is a small one between the bed and the desk. used in the text. You can ask 2 The students read and underline words from the crossword.. front of the class before setting the task for them all. 4 The students read the first paragraph and tick. Key: 1 no 6 Work a little with the students on 'used to be . 8 The students plan a walking tour. Possible key: I used to have a big/double bed but now I have a small/single one. responding with the expressions given. Key: 1 hills 2 gifts 3 disaster 4 wedding 5 prisoner 6 flood 7 bones 3 The students give their opinions.' before they do the exercise. 10 Model the dialogue with one or two good students in 8 The students can do the activity more than once to improve fluency. 2 Give them a time limit for this and then correct. it's baby blue. Key: 1 killed 2 escaped 3 shot 4 fell 5 died 7 The students read the second part again and answer. There used to Key: 1 agree 2 idea 3 should 4 don't 5 might 6 if 8 The students write P. 9 They ask and answer each other about their tours trying to use directions and questions from the Unit.. The carpet used to be yellow but now it's grey. 3 The students read and answer the questions. Key: 1 Karen and Matt npley. 7 The students complete the expressions. but now they're green with orange spots. Feedback and collate their answers on the board. 7 The students use the expressions from exercise 6 to help them write about an embarrassing moment. Key: 2 c 4 d 6 e 8 a 10 b 6 The students practise reading until they can do Kate's part without looking. The curtains used to be long but now they are short. You could ask them to retell each other the most embarrassing entry. Key: for both 3 The students read the texts more carefully. The bedcover used to have cartoons on It now (past continuous and past simple) and If necessary revISe and practise them quickly.. they practise mini dialogues. The curtains used to pink but now they're nMESAVER40 5kilh Lesson5 for CEF C MARY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. Key: 1 c 2 a 3 a 4 c 5 a 4 The students complete the crossword with words from the text. Finally. I used to have a laptop. Key: 1 P 2 N 3 P 4 B 5 P 6 P 7 B 8 P 9 N 10 P 9 Encourage the students to make interesting sentences. bright. Key: 1 9. The furniture used to be old but now it's new and white. Then they look back to the text to check and add others. Remind them of the possessive's' required in the answer. Key: nck: table/carpetJbed/bedcover/curtains/wallpaper/ lamps/light 4 The students write a list from memory. they work in pairs. Tell them to listen to their partner asking the questions and NOT to read It. AN IMPRINT Of 5CHOL. S The students retell their experiences in pairs first and then in groups. The desk used to be small but now it is big. 7 The students compare the pictures and write an e-mail describing the differences.00 am 4 Frost Lane 5 Motorbikes 6 5t Martin's church 7 a woman in white dress 8 her cries 9 Bowen's Bridge 10 blood in the river 11 ten minutes down the river 12 moving bones Key: 1 don't 2 should 3 could 4 could 5 suggest 6 think 6 The students use the prompts to plan their magazine. Point out the verb tenses used them to explain why not. Possible key: The walls used to have cartoons on but now they have posters. The lamps used to have roses on them 6 make 5 The students read and complete. Help with vocabulary as necessary. 5 The students complete with words from the text. but now . 8 The students write an e-mail using the information from exercise 6.00 pm 2 Old Bridge in Newton Road 3 2. Key: 1 cheeks 2 mirror 3 lunchbox 4 balloon 6 popcorn 7 eyelashes 8 test 9 buttons The hidden word is 'embarrass'. Key: light / dark / pretty / young / depressing / old / new / boring / small/long / yellow / dirty / childISh / grown-up. To practise the vocabulary. 7 The students draw and design the cover. • . 5 dress 2 The students scan to find the information in the first paragraph only.

spend! 5 Remind them to use logic as well as memory. ask for a show of hands for each question. Key: band d are correct. S The students give their partners directions.see 2 hearing . 7 The students practise apologising in writing.. or using signs and gestures.. Come in the main entrance and walk past the big supermarket on your right Go up to the fountain in the middle. ground floor and first floor. Check the 4 Discuss these collocations with the class. a date. Youre wearing your yellow rap. For fun. 6 Go through the examples and explain the grammar if necessary.ears .tnm'W. jenny Yeah. but also to try to keep to language they know. I'm outside Good Connections. Then model the sentences responses with the correct intonation. Ask some pairs to repeat their best dialogue for the class. on the left. 3 For Julio to come to England. I can see the fountain. The students listen. Brainstorm other shops and places. Eliza promised she'd phone Ryan but she didn't. then read to check. Maria: So. UNIT 30 1 Give the students a few moments to find any words they can in the word search. exaggerating the intonation somewhat. Tell them they should learn these expressions. Moria: My mum oft-en goes there.1..'s Care. up to 4 straight on. Key: 1 F (SOME people) 2 F (but they CAN sense things) 3 T 4 F (a PARROT) 5 F (some PEOPLE) 6 T 5 The students complete the sentences. Key: 1 sight . It's huge! answers by reading out the complete sentences with a lot of intonation. sick.tongue taste. Key: 1 Beth 2 Stuart 3 Marie 4 Anna S John Karen 6 Stuart 4 The students find the collocations from the text. Key: 1 beautiful 2 big 3 gross 4 new 5 huge 6 yellow 6 Give them a few minutes to read the sentences and fill in any words they can remember.touch 4 smell . 2 The students do the matching. . UNIT 29 1 The students work individually and when they are stuck. Ask some questions: Where are the lifts? How many entrances are there? Where is the fountain? (marked F) Where is the statue? (marked 5). Key: 1 She hasn't got his address. Moria: VVhere's that? I've never been (0 this shopping centre before. This can be done as many times as interest and time allows. go past 5 next to 6 turn right 7 outside 7 The students do oral cloze tests with each other. Pre-teach 'health food shop' and 'phone shop'. e. Key: c. Insist that they try to explain only in English. 7 Read the example (with the photos) then set the task. I'm at the main entrance. Key: dream holiday marry love heart kiss true summer romance 2 The students guess. jenny They sell horrible (ood. The students listen and mark where Jenny is. Play recording 31. turn right at Srarbuck. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOt. I can see you. the students play hangman in pairs or as a class. S The students invent a holiday romance of their own and write the e-mail. Key: a contact lens. Make sure they understand 'Have you ever. Play the recording again for them to check. Key: 1 extra 2 are 3 know 4 danger 5 believe 6 The students work in threes. a wimp. glue. jenny Yes! I hope you've got a lot o( money.tIlUiNikniiMlUl UNIT 28 1 The students predict then read and check. Key: 1 d 2 c 3 e 4 a 5 b Elicit more examples orally then ask them to write some. for the students to listen and repeat. Key: Jenny is waiting outside the phone shop. (pause) Good directions! There are a for of dothes shops here. 5 The students fill in the words for apologising. for CEf C MARY GlASGOW MAGAZINES. They ask and answer. 9 The note can be written in class or for homework.nose . Check they understand the vocabulary. Tapescript: 31. Play the recording again. VVhere are you? jenny Hi! I'm ourside -Good Connections-.eyes . Key: 1 on 2 Come in. Jenny: It's on the (irst ~oor. ' and the vocabulary in the questions. 7 Go over the vocabulary with the class and explain they have to write write up the activity from the pictures and prompts. past 3 at. Then the students look for examples in the text. Key:b 2 The students write the number on the pictures. take. Julio said he would come to England but he didn't. where next? jenny Go right at the fountain and take the escalator up to the first poor. UNIT 31 1 Use this a warmer so the students talk about the topic. 2 The students complete the words.ASTlC tNe. don't they? Well. Next to that there's Mary's Health Foods. the new phone shop. Key:1c 2 d 3a 4b 4 Focus on the plan and point out that they are of the Meybridge Shopping Centre. Tum left and then rum left. 2 He has a piece of spaghetti. again at the statue. d. Ask them when they last said 'sorry' for something.hear 3 touch hands . etc. spend. f 4 The students answer true or false. Encourage them to be creative. Maria: Yes.smell 5 taste . Key: 1 really 2 feel 3 say 4 apologise 5 so 6 forgive 7 for 8 need 6 Read out the expressions several times. 1 get in 2 lose 3 lose 4 get in 5 To learn the vocabulary from the lesson. Key: 1 supermarket 2 restaurant 3 cafe 4 sports shop 5 book shop 6 jeweller's 7 clothes shop 8 toilets 3 The students match and learn this vocabulary. Read out some of the more interesting entries.1 Moria: Hi Jenny. Ask them to correct the false answers. Key: Helmut said he'd send her his address but he didn't. The waters different colours. Key: b 3 The students read and answer the questions. 8 Encourage the students to say as much as they can. Then in pairs they try to answer the clues. Maria: OK Yes. a smell 3 The students read the apologies and answer the questions. Key: 1 f 2 b 3 e 4 d 5 a 6 c 3 The students read and tick the pictures referred to in the text. Go straight on you go past Browser's book shop on the right. It's beautifUl. TIMESAvtOR ~ SIUIIs Lessons. they can continue in pairs. Were going to spend. check and repeat.

UNIT 32 1 The students make words from 'Big Brother'. Possible key: her I rob I bit I bite I robber I hit I both I hero I hot I got I bright I right I toe I the I robot, etc 2 Give them / Elicit some information about the TV show 'Big Brother'. (10 people spend 8 weeks isolated in a special house. They are continually filmed. Each week

Tapescript: 33.3 As on page in exercise 4. 4 Looking ONLY at their part, A or B, the students listen

they, or the public, vote out one person. The last person
left is the winner.) 3 The students complete the words. Check the vocabulary. Key: 1 slim 2 kind 3 plump 4 gorgeous 5 funky
6 muscular 7 organised 4 Play recording 32.1. The students listen and write the

names.
Key: 1 Paul 2 David 3 Kate 4 Vicky 5 Jackie 6 Joe Tapescript: 32.1 Vicky is toll, slim and very pretty. She's sixteen and she likes tennis. She's fiirty. )ackie is short with short dark hair: She's fifteen and she likes cooking. She's plump. Kote is short with long, blond ho/(, She's fifteen and she likes pop music. She's organised.joe is tall and block He's (ifteen and he likes rap. He's funky. Dovid ;s short and muscular: He's sixteen and he likes exercising. He's strong. Paul is toll with long, blond hair. He's

and complete. DON'T check the answers or allow students to compare. S Demonstrate the activity with a good student emphasising how we can use intonation to check information. Key: Student A: Red: self confident I humour I look I. Orange: out-going I only. Yellow: feelings I happier. Green: too I cool I love. Blue: loyal I calm. Violet: modest I tired. Student B: Red: honest I energy. Orange: smiling I selfconfident. Yellow: cleverer / angry. Green: relaxed / problems I romantic. Blue: honest I around. Violet: life I wakes.
6 The students listen again and answer. Key: 1 red 2 green 3 red and orange 4 violet 5 yellow 6 blue

7 The students classify the expressions. Then practise them.
Key: Agree: I agree with that.; Yes, that's right.; That's

very true.

Disagree: No way!; I'm sorry, I don't agree.; That's not
true.
8 The students express their opinion. Help them if

sixteen and he likes computers. He's gorgeous. 5 The students listen again and add more information.
Key: See tapescript. 6 Play recording 32.2. The students listen and answer. Key: 1 false 2 false 3 true 4 false 5 true Tapescript: 32.2 The housemares woke up early this morning. Big Brother played very loud music at six thirty, There were some more Big Brother tricks. The water in the showers was cold and there was no milk for breakfast The housemates ore tired and bored. 7 The students label the plan. Check the vocabulary. 8 Play recording 32.3. The students listen and write the first

necessary. 9 The students can write simple sentences about friends, classmates and/or family.
UNIT 34 1 Elicit the meaning of the title and elicit any famous prizes they know, e.g. Oscars. Key: Across: 1 geography 3 biology 5 history 7 art 8 maths Down: 2 English 4 drama 6 sports 2 The students match the prizes to the pictures. Check any vocabulary. Ask if they can think of other funny prizes. Key: 1 Worst joker 2 Most colourful clothes 3 Worst attendance 4 Kindest student 5 Worst hair 6 Longest fingernails 3 Play recording 34.1. The students match the speeches to the pictures. Key: A 2 B3 C1 D4 E6 F5 Tapescript: 34.1 A Presenter: First, thank you 011 for coming this evening. Our first prizewinner IS .. ... Hayley! Hay/ey: I am so happy! Thonk you SO much everyone for giving me this award. It means a lot to me. It's nice to know that I make the school a more colourful place. Thank you, thank you! B Presenter: A big welcome please (or our next prize-winner Brian! Brian: This is a real surprise. I thought I come to school too oft-en to win. janice was nearly as bad as me - she didn't come to school at 011 some weeks. It was close! But I'm here today - (or once! Thank you again. C Presenter: Let me introduce you to George! George: I can't believe this! I don't deserve it I know my jokes ore bad but sometimes people lough and I thought - maybe not this year.. but... / was wrong. Thank you all. o Presenter: Here is the lovely lady Front Fron: I om thrilled!! Thank you - 011 you wonderful people! I really appreciate this. I, just well, Ijust LOVE people. I LOVE helping people and I LOVE 011 of you (or giving me this prize! And o( course I'd like to 'honk 011 those people I hove helped. E Presenter: A nice welcome please (or Oenise. Oenise: Thank you! Thank you! It took 0 long time (or them to get this long and no housework (or months because I didn't wont to break them! I was sure that janers were longer but I'm really happy to have this prize. Thank you all. F Presenter: And finally hands together (or She/ley!

letter of each person's name in the room they are in.
Key: See tapescript. Tapescript: 32.3 At the moment Vicky and joe ore in the living area. They ore both sitrmg on the sofa, laughing and talking. jackie is cooking dinner in the kitchen area. She's makJng chicken curry and rice. Kate is cleaning the jacuzzi in the bathroom. She's angry because no one is helping her. Paul is in the boys' bedroom lying on his bed. He's looking out of the window, watching Oavid. Oavid is alone in the garden. He's lifting weights as usual. 9 The students complete the sentences. Play the recording

again if necessary.
Key: 1 laughing, talking 2 cooking 3 cleaning, helping 4 lying 5 lifting 10 The students write about six students giving their

personal details. 11 The students talk about the people they wrote about. Then they decide who would win.
UNIT 33 1 The students write the order of the colours. Key: 1 red 2 orange 3 yellow 4 green 5 blue 6 indigo 7 violet 2 Give some examples to reinforce the words after the exercise or ask the students to repeat the exercise as an oral cloze. (One has the page and reads the incomplete sentences. The other says the word without looking at the page.) Key: 1 self-confident 2 out-going 3 honest 4 loyal 5 relaxed 6 romantic 7 creative 8 modest 9 stressed 3 Play recording 33.1 and tell the students to turn over their pages and to listen to get the general idea and comment quickly on their colour.

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Shelley: I am so amazed that I'm standing here today. I'd like to thank my hairdresser Pam and my best friend Jean and my mother for 0/1 their help this year. I'd also like to thank the makers of "Frizz" shampoo, There ore so many people I wont to thank that..

6 The students complete the sentences. Key: 1 I'm watching Lord of the Rings at the moment. 2 I'm having dinner at seven. 3 No, I'm going to watch a
programme on TV. 4 I'm busy tomorrow. 5 My brother's

4 The students complete the sentences. Then to consolidate
the expressions they do an oral cloze with their partner. Key: 1 a lot to me 2 nice 3 nearly 4 believe 5 really 6 so, to thank 5 The students choose the correct answer. Check vocabulary

staying with us this weekend. 6 My sister's staying with
us next weekend. 7 Read through the expressions. Elicit possible ways to complete them. Read through the responses. 8 The students role play arrangements. 9 The students write a one-sided phone call. Their partner has to try to fill in the other part afterwards. UNIT 36

and model good intonation and word stress for them.
Key: 1 b 2 a 3 c

6 The students write the sentences in order.
Key: 1 Thank you so much for giving me this award. 2 This is a real surprise. 3 I really appreciate this. 4 I can't thank you enough. 5 I don't deserve this. 7 The students role play thanking and responding.

1 The students discuss the questions as a class or in groups.
2 The students do the crossword. Check the vocabulary. Key: Across: 1 had (I) 4 was (I) 6 felt (I) 7 ran (I) 8 worked (R) 10 shouted (R) 13 cooked (R) 15 lived (R) Down: 1 hated (R) 2 heard (I) 3 looked (R) 4 went (I) 5 shook (I) 9 grew (I) 11 hid (I) 12 loved (R) 14 paid (I)

8 The students write speeches using expressions from the lesson.
9 Choose a confident student as the presenter and let him/her decide who to call out to give their speeches. Unit 35 1 The students talk about mobile phones as a lead in to the

3 Ask and answer as a whole class,
Key: 1 a 2 b 4 Play recording 36.1. The students identify the people and

who they are in relation to each other.
Key: 1 Horace Hump - giant, husband 2 Hannah Humpwife 3 Big Bob - brother (to Horace), teacher 4 Mad Monica - cook, cleaner 5 The mushroom people-

topic.
Key: 3 As appropriate in your country, usually: a, d, f 2 Play recording 35.1. The students do the matching. Key: 1 angry 2 romantic 3 difficult 4 embarrassing 5 unfinished 6 sad Tapescript: 35.1 A Darling! It's me.... I'm on the bus, 1mow, I hod to work late. Don't worry. We'll be on time. ,., Yes we will Oh, for goodness sake! It's not my fault ... OK go on you own, / hate their (ood anyv{ay! B Hello, my little pussycot. .., I missed you too. What plans hove you got for tonight? That would be very nice! ... Of course I wont to see you. I can't wait! lce cream and chocolate would be lovely! ... You too darling/ /<jss kiss. See you later. C Hi girlfriend! How're you doing? ... ah, really? Are you sure it was him? ... But perhaps the blond girl was hiS sister. OK OK Don't cry. I'm sorry I can't rolk now ... yes, he's right beside me! (phone down) Oops! She sow us!
D Happy birthday

villagers workers
Tapescript: 36.1 Part 1 Once upon a time there was on ugly old giant called Horace Hump who was very rich. He was fat and hod 0 very red (ace because he was always angry and shouting at people. He Jjved in 0 dark house in a deep, dark forest and he hated sunlight and happy people. That was all right because sunlight and happy people hated him too. Horace hod 0 little wjfe coiled Hannah. She was Q round, happy person. She liked sunlight and powers but she hated Horoce because he was horrible to everyone. Horoce also hod 0 brother who lived with him and Hannah in Hump House. He was called Big Bob. He was a/so (at like Horace but he was a very (riendly and kind giant He liked Hannah and felt sorry for her. He hated Horace. There was one more giant who lived at Hump House. This was Mad Monica, the cook and cleaner. She was strange. She was very thin and strong and cooked good dinners but she never spoke, Horace was horrible to her too. Mod Manico hated Horace because he often said that Hump House was too dirty. Horace was very rich and he hod everything he wonted. But there was one thing he loved more than anything. Mushrooms. Big mushrooms, small mushrooms, white, brown or block mushrooms. He loved 011 of them. But Horace had a problem. The best mushrooms grew in small, dark places under the ground and giants were too big to go there. So, Horoce paid the people of the village to find the mushrooms (or him He only paid them a little money but they worked because they were very; very poor. They 0150 hated Horace Hump.

darling, beautiful, Susie '" Sorry, wrong number! E Jim? It's your mother. I'm in the supermarket. ... I'll be quick. Now listen. Do you wont sausages tonight? You con hove beef or lamb. ... I said BEEF or LAMB or Hello? Jim? Oh, these things! F Hi Michef/e, it's me, Ben ... yes, it's a good film. Hove you got any plans for this evening? Shall I come round at seven? ... Well, how about eight? ... I see. Shall we go out tomorrow then? ... OK Let's meet on Saturday - at the pork entrance. We can go for 0 walk. ... Oh, I didn't know you've got 0 brother. Next weekend? ... And 0 sister? Shall we .....right I'll wait for you to (phone goes down)" ..phone me..

'0 you. Happy b,rthday to you. Happy birthday

3 The students answer the questions, first in pairs, then feedback to the class. Discuss different possibilities.
Possible key: a - man talking to wife about being late for a dinner date. b - Girl talking to friend about seeing her boyfriend with another girl. c - Boy talking to girlfriend

S The students listen again and add more information.
Key: 1 horrible, little, fat, red face, angry 2 round, happy 3 tall, fat, friendly kind 4 strong, quiet thin, strange

about arrangements for the evening. d - Boy phoning
his girlfriend but gets wrong number. e - A mother talking to her son about what to buy for dinner. f - A

6 The students choose the correct answers. More than one may be correct.
Key: 1 a, d 2 c, d 3 a, d 4 b, c 5 b, c 6 a, c 7 a 8 d

man talking to a woman who doesn't want to see him. 4 Play recording 35.2. Elicit the meanings of the expressions before pronunciation practice.
Tapescript 35.2: As text on page. 5 The students complete the sentences. Key: 1 my fault 2 miss 3 talk 4 wrong number 5 '11 be quick.

7 1 because he was horrible to everyone. 2 because he felt
sorry for Hannah. 3 because he shouted about the dirty house. 4 because he paid them so little. 8 Play recording 36.2. The students put the pictures in

order.
Key: 1 b 2 d 3 c 4 a

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Tapescript: 36.2
PART 2
One day rhe mushroom people were in a room ot Hump House with

Big Bob. He was telling them about good and bad mushrooms. He had a board with picrures of mushrooms rhat were bad for giants to eat Horace didn't wont the mushroom people to give him bad mushroomsJ On the board was Q picture of an ugly, brown and white mushroom. Under it were the words, -Killer mushroom-. Suddenly they heard on enormous cmsh outside. the ground shook and the room went dark. Everyone ran [0 rhe window and looked out There were some strange. new dark hills in the garden. They went outside and looked carefUlly. Na. they weren't hil~.lt was Haraee Hump lying on his back H~ stomach wos so big that it hid the sun! He wasn't asleep. He wasn't resting. Horace Hump wos dead. 9 Go through the questions with the class and encourage at least four or five answers per question. Then they decide on their version and write the ending. 10 The students work in pairs or small groups and tell the whole story if they can. or easier, only their ending.

8 The students write their own exercise. 9 If there is space, the students tell their partner what to do, or, one student can come to the front and the students tell him/her. Alternatively, the listening student can draw a sketch of the exercise their partner describes.

UNIT 38 1 The students think of celebrity names in pairs or individually and then compare with each other. 2 Talk about the questions in pairs or as a whole class. Key: 1 c 3 The students work in pairs. Then elicit feedback from the whole class. 4 Play recording 38.1. The students listen and tick the items they hear. Key: singing, cosmetic surgery, school uniform, marriage Tapescript: 38.1
Presenter: Hi everyone! Welcome to Celebriry Phone-in - where YOU ask the questions. Today's celebrity is very (amous. You all know her. le's the USA's mp, pop princess - Britney Spears! Un(ortunately Britney can't be wirh us but here is Darlene Phillips to tell us why. Darlene: I'm so sorry rhar Britney can't be here today. She's filming her new video. I'm her best friend and she asked me to come here and answer your questions about her. I know her very well - beaer rhan her morher! Presenter: Thank you (or coming DarJene. Here is the first question. Hello jQckie (rom Oxford. jac/(je: Hi! Darlene, my question is - how many times has Britney got married? Darlene: Now thar's 0 difficult question. She often goes away (or a few days and we don't know where she is. Then she comes back married! So - it might be any number! Only Britney knows - and the husbands, o( course! Presenter: Fine. So we don't know if Britney is a Miss or a Mrs. at the moment! And our second question is (rom Grace in Southporr. Hi Grace. Grace: Hello! Darlene, did Britney have cosmetic surgery when she was younger? Darlene: Grace, dear. EVERYONE in the music business has had cosmetic surgery! Presenter: OK And our third question is (rom Kate in London.A nice, easy question Kate. Kate: Darlene, what do you think? Is Britney (amous (or her singing or her looks? Darleoe: Well now, you and I both know that Britney's singing is NOT fantas6c. But she IS a lookerl And. that school unifann really helped herl Presenter: Well thank you Dorlene. I'm sorry but we have to stop here. And now - one o( Britney's (amous songs .

UNIT 37
1 Encourage discussion about exercise and keeping fit.

2 Play recording 37.1. The students listen and tick. Key: Tick pictures a. b, c

Tapescript: 37.1
Good morning class. . No, I'm NOT Mrs. (arson. Mrs. Carson is not very well today ... No, Paul, she didn't fall out of Q helicopter - she's got Q cold... I'm Wendy; a student teacher; and I'm going to do some exercises with you today. Yes? ... I'm eighteen. Peter? .. Thank you, but I've got Q boyfriend. ... Yes, he's bigger than you. ... !Iike your hair too, Paul. Any more questions? Yes, Mary? ..... No, you can't You can go to the toilet later: Now, we're going to do some jumping. We're going to jump up and down. Can you do that? Very good. Up and down, up and down. Penny. stop kissing Peter - he doesn't like it ... No. Mark, I don't like it either. Now, we can jump and kick. Stretch those legs. Good! No Martin. don't kick the person in (ront of you. That's not ... Not like. no, no . STOPTHATl OK no more /(jcJ<jng. We'll do some more jumping - you do that very well. Again. Anns up and legs ouL Jump! Legs in, arms down. jump. One and two and ... Uke trees! Lots o( trees in a (orest! ... No, james it's not raining in the (orestAh ... Mary - ... Does anybody else want to go ... to the ... toilet?

3 The students listen again and correct the sentences. Practise stressing the correct words with the students. Key: 1 Wendy is eighteen. 2 Mrs. Carson has a cold. 3 Wendy has a boyfriend. 4 Mary wants to go to the toilet. S Penny is kissing Peter. 6 Martin is kicking another child. 4 Play the recording again and pause where the children interrupt so the students can work out what was asked. Key: le 2h 3a 4i Sc 6b 7d 8f 9g 5 Ask one student to come out to the front and demonstrate the verbs. Then the students work out the opposites. Give them time to study them for a few minutes. Check by saying one and asking them to tell you the opposite or to do it. Key: stand up - lie down 1 sit up; bend your kneesstretch your legs; lift your arms - lower your arms; jump has no opposite. 6 The students write the instructions in a logical order. Check vocabulary. Key: Exercise 1: c, d, g, f. b, e, a Exercise 2: c, a. b. f. d Exercise 3: f, a. e, c. b. d 7 The students find the words. Key: jump 1 stand 1 stretch 1 sit up Ilie down 1 bend 1 kick 1 lift 1 lower

5 listen again and answer. Key: 1 b 2 c 3 b 4 c S a 6 Discuss with the whoie class ideas such as loyalty to friends, discretion, etc. 7 The students order the words to make questions. Then they listen again and check. Practise pronunciation and intonation with them. Key: 1 How many times has Britney got married? 2 Did Britney have cosmetic surgery when she was younger? 3 Is Britney famous because of her singing or her looks? 8 Make this a competition. The first student to finish wins. Key: 1 celebrity 2 princess 3 video 4 best S than 6 question 7 many 8 husband 9Southport 10 cosmetic 11 easy 12 uniform 13 sorry Hidden word: Britney Spears 9 The students work in pairs and write questions and answers. 10 The students do a rotating role play: they stand in two lines facing each other (or various groups of two lines).

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Interviewer: Tell us more about that after this next record. . Key: 1 customise 2 leg 3 board 4 colours 5 fashion 6 fell 7 scratch Vertical word: teacher 9 The students talk about free time activities using the model to help them. Elicit more collocations for each verb..scratch. UNIT 39 1 The students talk about the questions as a lead in. When about half the class have finished. After listening. Put a list of the activities they do on the board .customise clothes.Dj-ing . Maria Evans is going to teach modern dance and she tells me she will teach us things like how to spin. what is this plan? Mr Thomas: Well. but there will be Q show on the last day. a little milk and some brown sauce. 3 The students match the words to the pictures.2 Moria: It was a cool week It was hard work for us and the teachers.do board slides 5 Ask what will happen on the last day. Joel Farmer . it's not going to be easy. I chink I'll be a teacher when I finish school. Explain the idea of 'swapping roles' and get their reactions. 2 1 melted cheese 2 grill 3 salt and pepper 4 sauce 5 wooden spoon 6 ham 7 a slice of bread 8 scrambled eggs 9 a frying pan 3 Play recording 40. Mr Thomas: Yes. You tell people again and again what to do and they don't fisten. Are you going to hove a party tonight? Are some mates coming to watch a DVD? What can you give them to eat? Well . 7 Play the recording again. She will use colours. sauce.The students on the right ask and those on the left answer. two slices of ham. Interviewer: Wow. After one minute. Janice Peters is going to teach fashion. a large piece of cheese. Manners broke his leg! I don't think m a be teacher. Finally there's )oeJ Former and he's a wonderful skateboarder. First roost one side of the bread under the grill. Mark Johns . She's going to reach us how to customise our domes and look more fashionable. M Tapescript: 39. Key: 1 c 2 g 3 a 4 f 5 b 6 d 7 e 8 h 6 The students do the information gap activity in pairs.the students choose from these when planning their own day. Mr Thomas. Pur this under the grill again until the cheese melts. Key: b 6 The students write the past tenses. Maria Evans . Have some feedback at the end about who was the most interesting celebrity. ham.modern dance spin. Key: See tapescript. 2. They answer true or false for each person. You can make a class recipe book. help with the question forms first. 7. they swap roles. UNIT 40 1 The students talk about food and cooking. Help them with mime to understand the words. But it will be good fun and it will be interesting for the students and teachers! Interviewer: Is there a test for the teachers at the end of the week? Mr Thomas: No. Grote the cheese and mix it with a little milk Then pur the ham on the untoosted side.Then. They listen and tick. Mark Johns is Q young DJ and he will teach Dj-ing! He will reach us how to "scratch. Interviewer: Interesting! And what subjects are they going to teach? Mr Thomas: There are going ro be four subjects. hats and many more things. I think they are bener swdenrs than we are! They leamed lots of new dance moves and they practised at home! I liked teaching. They check in pairs. Key: a) customise b) spin c) scratch d) board slide 4 The students listen again and match up the items. Elicit what subjects might be appropriate and put them on the board. Key: 1 waslwere 2 listened 3 fell 4 thought 5 learned 6 practised 7 broke 8 told Tick numbers: 1. The students complete the text. 5. using the model.fashion . 'What can you do to customise your clothes?' 'Where can you do board slides?' Key: Janice Peters . jewellery. Tapescript: 39. 4 Play the recording again. 10 The students write following the model.1. Key: 1 T T 2 T F 3 T F 4 F T 5 T F 8 The students complete the crossword.1. 2 Play recording 39. AN IMPRINT OF SCHOlASTIC INC. They listened very well. 6. (or one week some students in our school are going to teach some of the teachers. Got a pencil and paper? Here's the reCipe for Welsh Rarebit For each person you will need two slices of bread. Do further practise also with mime. Cover this with the cheese and a little brown sauce. Then talk about the different activities with the class Ask. TIMESAVER 40 Skills Lessons for CH C MAAY GLASGOW MAGAZINES. Then play recording 39. Alternatively. )oel: It was so difficult The teachers didn't listen! They (ell off the skateboords and Mr. The students tick the things mentioned. 3. go through the list on the board to see which things coincided. 5 The students match. this activity can be done as a pair dictation. Key: slice of bread. grill Tapescript: Good morning kids! A lovely Saturday morning and we hove a lot of ideas about food for you today.skateboarding . He's going to teach us to do "board slides". paints.r Different (rom the normal school day! Difficult too.. If necessary.2.the answer is here. Easy to make and delicious to eat. 7 The students write their own recipe in class or for homework. tell half the class to move up one person and to continue with the next question.1 Interviewer: So.

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