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Crossword: a TV talent show Complete the crossword.
Unscramble the words to find six words for people in the media. Find the words in the wordsearch. senpterre 1 orpretre 2 wervie 3 4 5 6
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A E B B A U C F A N F I D H V J E K I L E L B K M C D
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C E L
W D A
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T A I
D H L I
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Across 3 4 7 8 9 a person taking part in a competition a TV programme with more than one episode when you try to get a part in a play, film, etc. another word for 'performance' this person decides who wins
Write the words from the box in the correct category.
broadcast headline website front page journalist camera podcast channel video-sharing programme Internet 4 S 6 Newspaper 7 8
Down 1 2 5 6
a person who plays roles in films and theatre practice for the show very good at something one programme in a series
1 2 3
.. . .
Word snake: adjectives Find six adjectives in the wordsnake.
1 Choose the correct option. Jason often@/ the TV studio. is working extra hours at The
Underline the mistake in each sentence and then correct it. She isn't finishing her homework yet. Mary has chatted on the phone right now. I'm afraid I'm not understanding what he's saying. The students read their books at the moment. You haven't eaten all day. Are you wanting some dinner now? We have usually gone to the cinema on Saturdays. Mike is listening to music on the radio every night.
I Linda usually watches / is watching X-Factor on Friday evenings.
2 Mark and Fiona visit / are visiting a friend in Cardiff next week. 3 Do you watch / Are you watching crime shows on TV every night? 4 Today, I get / 'm getting a lift home from school with my dad. S The girls sing / are singing in a concert at the moment. 6 Michael doesn't know / isn't knowing how to play the guitar yet. 2 Write the correct form of the verbs: present simple or present continuous. The rehearsal.~~;;f!':.~. (begin) at five o'clock. (not cook) dinner for his friends this evening. 2 (you / ride) your bike in the park every Sunday? 3 Our neighbours (enjoy) their holiday in Denmark.
2 3 4 5 6
5 Complete the sentences with yet, still, already or just. Jack
~t!(~ hasn't been to the new museum.
arrived home - she's taking off her shoes and coat now. 2 I don't need to take French lessons. I . speak it fluently. 3 Rob and Angie haven't invited me to their party 4 My dog hasn't learnt to sit when I tell him to. S We don't have time to buy popcorn! The film has ......... '" started. 6 Have you finished your film project ? 6 Read and choose the correct option (a <;,rb). I've bought theatre tickets for tonight. a still @just I Jacob since last Saturday. a am not seeing b haven't seen The kitten's fur as smooth as silk. b is feeling a feels It much so far this year. a isn't raining b hasn't rained My mum the soup to see if it's ready. a tastes b is tasting This book is mine! It to you. a doesn't belong b isn't belonging I've sent all the invitations for my party. a yet b already
I Lucy has
S The actors (film) in New Zealand this week. 4 (Karen / walk) to work every weekend? 6 You can't wear those trainers! They (not fit) you. Put the words in the correct order to make sentences. Susan / morning. / at / every / I / and / stop / meet / the / bus
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I at the moment. / is / Chris / surfing / the
Internet 2 yet. / finished / They / rehearsing / haven't 3 doing / right now? / you / your piano practice / Are 4 you / this book / read / ever / before? / Have
2 3 4 5 6
S We / about / are / moving house. / thinking 6 his / Joe / passed / still / driving test. / hasn't
1 1 reporter 2 viewer 3 celebrity 4 reader 5 audience 6 fan
A A F A N F I D H J M
3 4 7 8 9
contestant series audition show judge
D R P C E L
W D A
B B A U
K I L
W P C R I
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T A I y 5 W
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actor rehearsal talented episode
L B K
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5
watches are visiting Do you watch 'rn getting are singing doesn't know isn't/is not cooking Do you ride are enjoying are filming Does Karen walk
camera channel programme
podcast video-sharing website
6 don't/do not fit 1 2 3 4 5 Chris is surfing the Internet at the moment. They haven't finished rehearsing yet. Are you doing your piano practice right now? Have you ever read this book before? We are thinking about moving house.
front page journalist headline
6 Joe still hasn't passed his driving test.
(corrected answers in brackets)
1 has chatted (is chatting) 2 I'm not understanding (don't/do not understand) 3 read (are reading) 4 Are you wanting (Do you want) 5 have usually gone (usually go) 6 is listening (listens)
1 2 3 4 5
false true true false true
3 Students' own answers 4 Present simple - to talk about permanent states Present continuous - to talk about activities in progress now or around now Present perfect simple - to talk about a past action in a time period which includes the present You could not use these tenses to talk about a person who is dead.
5 1 just
2 already 3 yet 4 still 5 already/just 6 yet 6 1b 2a 3b 4b 5a 6b
5 Students' own answers Teacher's checklist:
• Have the students used verbs in the present simple, present continuous and present perfect simple correctly? • Have they included all their information/notes from Exercise 3?
is, is, plays, is, can speak, hopes
is becoming, is (still) adapting
has (also) starred
UNIT 1 ANSWER KEY
The present simple and the present continuous; verbs without a continuous form; positive and negative adjectives; greetings and introductions '
1 Read each sentence and write a (a regular habit), b (a permanent state) or c (a feeling or
thought). 1 We live in a small flat in London. Anyway, what (7) school? (8) competition Write soon! Matt 4 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the adjectives in the box. Add un- or imwhere necessary.
comfortable lucky happy patient healthy polite kind tidy
(you / do) at the ._ (they / have) a talent
moment? Is there any exciting news from myoid again this year?
2 British children often eat pizza for lunch. 3 I want a new desk for my bedroom. 4 Our house has a large garden and
a garage. S I know everybody in my street.
6 I like my new school - everybody's
7 My geography teacher gives us
homework every Friday.
8 I prefer Italian food to French food.
1 I never win anything. I'm very . 2 My bedroom is really It's a disaster area. 3 I'm always in a hurry. I'm quite 4 I hate junk food. I only eat _,_. food.
S My dad is a
.._ .. _
2 Choose the correct option.
1 I love / 'm loving my bedroom. It's my favourite room.
2 Do you know / Are you knowing that boy over
3 'What. do you eat / are you eating?' 'Chocolate
and helpful because he _
4 This exercise is hard to do. I extra time.
S Do you Italian? nice.
you want / Are you wanting a piece?' need / 'm needing
person. 6 My friend is doesn't like his new school. 7 I can't sit on this chair. It's too 8 Don't be you'. 5 . Always say 'thank
understand / Are you understanding
6 Your new neighbour seems / is seeming very 7 I like science but my friend prefers / is preferring
8 My sister hates / is hating meat. She never
Put the words in the correct order to make greetings and introductions. Then write F (formal) or I (informal). 1 are / Matt. / Hi, / you? / How 2 meet / Pleased / you, / Mrs Wilson. / to 3 sister, / is / This / Rachel. / my
eats / is eating it.
3 Complete the email with the correct present
form of the verbs in brackets. Hi Lee, How are you? I (1) my left hand because I (2) (type) this with (have) a
4 you / How / Mr Jackson? / do, / do
S you, / Nice / Lynne. / meet / to
broken wrist! (A rugby injury!) It (3) (hurt) every time I (4) (move) it! I'm off school for two weeks. That's OK, because I
6 you? / fine. / I'm / And
(not / like) my new school very
much. But I can't play rugby, and my team (6) (play) in the school final today!
7 introduce / Let / Mrs Wilson. / my / me /
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2a 3c 4b 5c 6c 7a 8c 2 1 love 2 Do you know 3 are you eating, Do you want 4 need 5 Do you understand 6 seems 7 prefers 8 hates, eats 3 1 'm typing 2 have 3 hurts 4 move 5 don't like 6 is playing 7 are you doing 8 Are they having 4 1 unlucky 2 untidy 3 impatient 4 healthy 5 kind 6 unhappy 7 uncomfortable 8 impolite 5 1 Hi, Matt. How are you? I 2 Pleased to meet you, Mrs Wilson. F 3 This is my sister, Rachel. I 4 How do you do, Mr Jackson? F 5 Nice to meet you, Lynne. I 6 I'm fine. And you? I 7 Let me introduce my neighbour, Mrs Wilson. F 1
Revision Game 4: Crossword
2 tattoo 4 easy-going 7 nail
blue-eyed confident lonely
12 dreadlocks 14 sister 15 16 cheerful 17 good-looking
1 1 There were
5 6 7
2 Were there 3 There weren't 4 There wasn't 5 There was 6 Was there 1 started 2 was 3 had 4 promoted 5 designed 6 was playing 7 shocked 8 was 9 were watching 10 became 1 during 2 when 3 when 4 during 5 while 6 while 1 become 2 come 3 done 4 eaten 5 gone 6 had 7 heard 8 made 9 seen 10 sung 11 taken 12 written 1 has recorded 2 has toured 3 has won 4 has played 5 has been 6 has lived 1 from 2 as 3 than 4 as 1 d 2b 3c 4e 5a
jewellery 3 old-fashioned 5 grandparents 6 earrings 9 bad-tempered 10 embarrassing 11 cousin
1 1 ... if I revise ... 2 Ifwe use Skype ... 3 ... if I don't charge the battery. 4 Ifyou use ... 5 .•. if you don't like it. 6 If you give me your camera ••• 2 1 look, will be able to 2 become, will .•. buy 3 'II upload, give 4 will ••. contact, haven't got 5 send, will ... print 6 reaches, will be able to 3 1 will find 2 won't live 3 might / may be able to live 4 will have 5 might / may operate 6 might / may be
1 1 were struck 2 are made 3 are caused 4 erupted 5 are destroyed 6 was cut down 2 1 When was plastic invented? a Plastic was invented in 1855. 2 What is plastic made from? d Plastic is made from oil. 3 What was Pompeii destroyed by? f Pompeii was destroyed by the volcano, Mount Vesuvius. 4 When were the Canary Islands created? c The Canary Islands were created millions of years ago. 5 What is climate change caused by? b Climate change is caused by greenhouse gases. 6 Where were plastic bags banned in 2007? e Plastic bags were banned in 2007 in San Francisco. 3 1 a lot of people 2 = 3 all trees 4 little time 5 = 6 most of the animals
1 She's going to go to the beach. 2 She might get a part time job. 3 She's going to spend time with friends. 4 She isn't going to think about school work. 5 She might get a suntan. 5 1 to me 2 up 3 at 4 off 5 up 6 into 61a2b3b4a
1 1 asked 2 invited 3 reminded 4 ordered 5 warned 2 1 The teacher / He warned the students not to cheat in this / the exam. 2 The teacher / He told the students to find a space and sit down. 3 The teacher / He asked the students to wait a moment. 4 The teacher / He ordered the students not to talk. 5 The teacher / He wanted the students to listen to him.
1 for example 2 such as 5 1 c 2a 3c 4b 5a
5 including / such as
Revision Game 3: Quiz
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1 1 I'm allowed to stay out late at weekends. 2 My parents don't / won't let me have tattoos. 3 My dad makes me get up early on weekdays. 4 I'm not allowed to borrow my brother's motorbike. 5 My parents let me dye my hair. 6 I have to tidy my room once a week. 2 2 whiclt 3 whiclt 5 whiclt 3 1 each other 2 myself 3 himself 4 each other 5 themselves 6 yourself 4 1 up 2 out 3 after 4 after 5 on 6 out 7 up 8 up 5 1 b 2d 3c 4a
1 'Stop the / your car!' 2 'Be quiet!' 3 'Could you give me some money, please?' 4 'Could you show me the jacket, please?' 5 'Don't fight (with each other)!' 4 1 ..• me what the festival dates are? 2 •.• when the tickets are on sale? / if the tickets are on sale yet? 3 ••• me how much the (cheapest) tickets are / cost? 4 ••• me if there are any discounts for students? 5 ... how / where you can buy tickets? 5 1 borrow 2 stole 3 bring 4 trip 5 told 61b2a3c4c
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