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You finish work at 5pm on Friday. The match begins at 2pm. minutes walk from your house to the bus stop. Your house is ten minutes' walk from the bus stop. What time does your plane leave? 16 7 18 You are visiting a friend in hospital on Monday. You ~. Which train must you catch? ~I ~ 1 ·-------~----t-------------r_------------+-----------~ -! I 1 1 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 1 I 10 You are meeting your sister from Rome on Tuesday morning.li. Which bus is best? Iftll I I I I I I t:!!1 ~ ~ 1- I I You are visiting friends in Liverpool at the weekend.. You want to seethe elephants' bath time.11 GETTING THERE ON TIME 1 You are meeting your uncle and aunt from Paris on Tuesday evening. This is at 1Oam. !t is five. want to swim for about an hour and then meet a ~J friend therefor lunch at t:: 1pm. I ------------l-------------T-------------~-----------~ ~ 9 You are going to the theatre in London.. In London on Thursday.lI ]I ~~:u.'. What is the first train you can catch? You are going to a football match on Saturday. You need to go from the town centre to the station by bus.1 17 You are flying to Rome on Sunday morning.30pm. It is ten minutes' walk to the bus stop from your house. When must you leave home? 15 I 1 16 I I I I I I I I I You are catching a train ~ • to Liverpool on Friday '. You finish work at 5. Which train must you catch? 4 ------------t-------------r------------ii-----------~1e! 5 You are going to Madrid on Wednesday evening. You are meeting at 12. When must you leave? J ~L~J" _. When does your plane go? I You are meeting your sister from New York at the airport on Saturday. ~:M t-- . It is five minutes' walk from your house to the bus stop. You need to get a bus from the town centre to the airport. You need to take a bus from the town centre to the airport. When must you leave home? 19 You are meeting some friends from Oslo at the airport on Monday evening.------------+-------------~-------------~----------.• J tJ. You need to take a bus from the town centre to the ~~ station.• When must you leave i:':. What time does her plane arrive? 11 You are going to a meeting in Bristol tomorrow.for the weekend. Which train will you catch and when does it arrive in Liverpool? 13 I I I I I 14 I I l~ . It is five minutes' walk to the bus stop from your house._:.30am. What time does the plane arrive? (Task cards) 3 Elementary Communication Games. You want to get to. You want a plane on a Saturday morning if possible.30pm. ior[" ! ~'I t: . What time does your plane leave? You are meeting some friends for lunch in London. It is ten minutes' walk from your house to the bus stop. Which bus must you catch from the town centre? You are going to OXford . The play starts at 7.. Which bus must you catch from the town centre? !!I e!. You need to take a bus from the town centre to the airport. I~· I 1 1 1 I I I 12 You are going to the Sports Centre. " . You need to take the bus from the ' town centre to the st~tion.Which bus must you catch from the town centre? You are going to New York on Saturday.30pm. t! I 18 You are going to Bristol for the weekend. Which train is best? 1 I I I.30 to 6.' home? . morning. When must you leave home? 20 you are going shopping "'-..30 prn on Friday. When must you leave home? I I I 1 You are going on holiday to Norway. London by 9am.©J Hadfield 1984 I \ 2 You are taking some children to the Zoo. The meeting starts at 10. The visiting hours are from 4. You want to leave after ' lunch on Friday.

. The next is at 12. The number 54 goes to the station via Church Street and Station Road. buses 123 and 35 stop at bus 2 You are waiting for a number 54 bus at bus stop A. ---------------------------~--------------------------~ I ~ ~ I You are waiting for a number 123 bus at bus stop B. Find the right bus stop and join the queue. Find the right bus stop and joi n the queue.--------------------------t---------------------------~ ~ I I I I I I I I I I I I 8 You are waiting for a number 12 bus at bus stop D. The 123 goes to the castle via Museum Street and Castle Street. It goes to the station. How often does the bus go? When is the next one 7 . ~~-------------------~-----+-------------------------I . Find the right bus stop and join the queue. Other information: bus number 54 stops at bus stop A. Other information: stop B. How often does the bus g07 When is the next one 7 ·_-------------------------1--------------------------~ I 11 You want a number 123 bus. The 47 goes to the harbour via New Street and West Street. Other information: buses 6 and 12 stop at bus stop ·---------------------------r-------------------------- 3. I D. Other information: stop C. Buses go every half-hour. Other information: bus number 47 stops at bus stop C. Buses go every 20 minutes. The 35 goes to the museum via New Street and Museum Street. The next one is at 12. ~ I I I I I I I I 12 You want a number 35 bus. Other information: bus number 123 stops at bus stop B. Buses go every half. 3 I I I 4 You are waiting for a number 35 bus at bus stop B. The next one is at 12. The next one is at 12. 9 You want a number 28 bus.15 . I I I I lone ~ 7 You are waiting for a number 6 bus at bus stop D.10.hour. Other information: bus number 6 stops at bus stop D.1 O. The number 6 goes to the town centre via South Street and High Street. Buses go every 15 minutes.05. Buses go every 10 minutes. How often does the bus go? When is the next one? I I I I I I . Other information: buses 28 and 54 stop at bus stop I I I I I I II I 6 You are waiting for a number 27A bus at bus stop C. Find the right bus stop and join the queue.05." 18 THE BUS STOP GAME (Queuercards 1-8) (Searcher cards 9-12) 1 You are waiting for a number 28 bus at bus stop A. The next one is at 12. The next one is at 12. The next one is at 12. The number 28 goes to the bus station via High Street and Church Street. The next one is at 12. 3 A.1 O. The 27 A goes to the hospital via North Street and Queen Street. Buses go every 20 minutes. It goes to the harbour. Buses go every 10 minutes. ~ 5 You are waiting for a number 47 bus at bus stop C.05. Buses go every 15 minutes. It goes to the town centre. buses 47 and 27 A stop at bus ~.10. How often does the bus go 7 When is the next one 7 I I I I 10 You want a number 54 bus. The number 12 goes to the university via South Street and Queen Street. It goes to the castle.

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You are a heavy smoker. You play the violin and like classical music. You like pop music and you play the guitar. . !t-------------------~-----t-------------~------------You get up late . You are very untidy and don't clean the house very often.at about 10 or 11 o'clock and go to bed late . I I I I I I I I I I I I ~ ~-------------------------~--------------------------~ I I . You are very untidy . ~ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I You get up early and go to bed early.you don't clean the house very often and sometimes you don't wash up for two or three days I You are a vegetarian and never eat meat. You like a quiet life . but you are on a diet so you don't eat very much. You love animals and have a cat. You are very untidy and never clean the house. You have a lot of friends and invite them round in the evenings. You read a lot but never watch TV. You go to bed at about 7 o'clock in the morning and usually get up at about 3 o'clock in the afternoon.about 1 o'clock or 2 o'clock in the morning. You often watch TV in the evenings. You like eating and drinking and cook a lot of large meals. You often work late at night and type until 2 o'clock or 3 o'clock in the morning. You are a very tidy person and clean the house every day. You are a tidy person and clean the house every day. I I I I I I I I I I I I You work at night so you sleep during the day. You usually go to bed at about 10.30 and are always in bed by 11 o'clock.you can't work with a lot of people in the house. You usually get up at about 7. You invite people to your house a lot and often give parties. .at about 10 o'clock.30 pm and get up at about 7 o'clock. You are a heavy smoker. You have an active social life and you go out most evenings.i I You get up early and go to bed early. You sometimes practise together in the evenings. You practise a lot during the day. You don't smoke or drink.at about 7 o'clock and go to bed early . You are a heavy smoker. © J Hadfield 1984 You get up early. You play the trumpet and belong to a jazz group.you write books and work at home. You often play the violin during the day. You have a lot of friends and a busy social life.\ 24 FLATMATES I I I I Elementary Communication Games. You Irke a quiet life. You work very hard . You smoke but you want to give it up. You are a heavy smoker. You are a tidy person and clean the house every day. You like a quiet life and you spend a lot of time alone.

You go walking in the country at weekends. 1 III . You cook every day and you often sew or knit in the evenings.] _.0l 7"1'~":""~7'~ . In your holidays you go walking in the mountains.. Once a year you go on holiday with friends. -:IlIA-----7 You are an artistic type I You paint and draw very well.it's very relaxing.'I II ~./ ... 1 You like fresh air and exercise I You often go cycling at weekends.. You want to try parachuting! ~ --. II I tlJ I 5 You are very musical I You play the piano and the violin. •. You never watch TV. You usually go to Spain. I I I I I I I I I I I I I Il - - II " 2 You like adventure I You go climbing every summer and skiing every winter. You have piano lessons once a week on Fridays and violin lessons twice a week on Tuesdays and Thursdays. You like photography and go to photography classes oncea week. In the afternoon you read books and play records... Every morning you do some gardening.~.~ 7j ~ j . In the summer you also play tennis and go swimming oncea week. -----~---------------------~------------------------~ ~£ ~Ov~· ~_ I I 6 You don't like sport and prefer indoor activities. I ~ 3 You are very sociable I You go dancing every night. You listen to the radio and read the papers in the morning. (I . ~ -~ . At weekends you write letters. Your hobby is woodwork and you do this once a week on Wednesday evenings. You play golf on Sundays and you go riding every Saturday afternoon.25 HABITS AND HOBBIES I I Elementary Communication Games. .J-c_c· ~~---. You go to art exhibitions as often as possible I 8 You like a quiet lifel You go fishing every afternoon and do yoga once a week . ~l'. You always paint at weekends. You go flying and deep-sea diving at weekends. but you read in bed every night. .~J lP~ fl ttl I I 4 You are a very practical person! You like making things. You watch TV every evening. You have parties at weekends and you go to the pub three times a week. You do pottery and sculpture in the evenings. You listen to records in the evenings and go to concerts at weekends. . "->J II<"'" IIUJ -:_ ~-J ~] ~ ~_ g.1Il.--------------------------.. ©J Hadfield 1984 I I ____________________________ l. . You practise the piano once a day and the violin twice a day... I I . . Ii ~ .._-------------------------.

~ iii 13 You are very musical! - You play the violin and guitar. You sometimes watch TV in the evening but you usually read or listen to music. You often sew or knit. You have violin lessons once a week and guitar lessons once a fortnight. In the summer you play tennis and go swimming oncea week.it's very relaxing r You do some gardening in the afternoons. In your holidays you go walking in the mountains. 10 You like adventure! You go climbing at weekends and skiing twice a year. .. You listen to records in the evenings and often go to concerts at weekends. Once a year you go on holiday to Spain. You do a lot of photography at the weekends.t 25 HABITS AND HOBBIES Elementary Communication Games. You often give parties . You practise the violin every morning and the guitar every afternoon. You sometimes go to art exhibitions. You go deep-sea diving in the summer. You go flying on Wednesday afternoons. You play golf on Saturdays and you go riding on Sunday afternoons. 'S ~ 12 You are a very practical person! You like making 11 You are very sociable! You go out to the pub every night and you go dancing every weekend. You cook every day and you do woodwork afternoons. 14 You don't like sport and prefer indoor activities. You always paint in the evenings after work. %VAr_ -: '3} I . In the evenings you write letters and listen to the radio.In the evenings too. At weekends you watch TV and sometimes go to the cinema.©J Hadfield 1984 / 9 You like fresh air and exercise! You often go cycling at weekends. You go walking in the country at weekends. You do yoga every day and go fishing at the weekends . 16 You like a quiet life f !! !!!l ~ 15 You are an artistic type! You paint and draw very well. You want to try parachuting! ~ ~-------------------------+------------------------~-. things. in the (j~ . You read books and play records all day.

I 3 You are Yougo weeker Once a usually Find someone who: plays golf on Sundays watches TV every evening paints at weekends reads in bed every night goes skiing once a year goes to the pub three times a week does woodwork on Wednesday evenings practises the violin twice a day Find someone who: plays golf on Sundays watches TV every evening paints at weekends reads in bed every night goes skiing once a year goes to the pub three times a week does woodwork on Wednesday even practises the violin twice a day 5 You a You p piano have I violin·--------------------------~------------------Thurs You Ii conce I I I I I .' . ©J Hadfield 1 Find someone who: 1You Iii Youo Youp Saturc In the once~ Inyou plays golf on Sundays watches TV every evening paints at weekends reads in bed every night goes skiing once a year goes to the pub three times a week does woodwork on Wednesday evenings practises the violin twice a day I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Find someone who: plays golf on Sundays watches TV every evening paints at weekends reads in bed every night goes skiing once a year goes to the pub three times a week does woodwork on Wednesday evening practises the violin twice a day I I --------------------------------------------------- . .: 25 HABITS AND HOBBIES (Questionnaire) I I I I Elementary Communication Games. You are You pail weekem evening You like once a Yo You plays golf on Sundays watches TV every evening paints at weekends reads in bed every night goes skiing once a year goes to the pub three times a week does woodwork on Wednesday evenings practises the violin twice a day I I I I Find someone who: plays golf on Sundays watches TV every evening paints at weekends reads in bed every night goes skiing once a year goes to the pub three times a week does woodwork on Wednesday eveni practises the violin twice a day I I gOl . I I " I Find someone who: <:::.

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I I I I I I I B You would like to: You do NOT want visit the castle go cycling listen to records watch TV go skating visit Auntie Lil to: go to the zoo go for a picnic in the country go to the seaside go sailing go riding play tennis play chess listen to the radio read the paper play cards go to the museum go to the art gallery go bowling go to see a film visit John and Anne I I I I I I I I I I I I I -.the sun is coming out I . Suggest going into town.t 28 SUNDAY AFTERNOON (Situation I I I I I I I I cardshlementaryCOmmunication Games. I I I I D You would liketo: YoudoNOTwantto: go for a picnic in the country go riding play chess go bowling visit John and Anne goto the zoo visit the castle go to the seaside go cycling go sailing play tennis watch TV listen to records read the papers play cards go skating go to the art gallery go to the museum go to the cinema visit Auntie Lil .J . I I I I I I 6 It's stopped raining . ~ --------------------------. Suggest visiting someone. ©J Hadfield 1984 1 It's a sunny afternoon in summer. I I I I I 4 You've been playing cards for an hour now and you're bored.~--------------------------~--------------------------5 You look in the paper .--------------------------I I~: ~. Suggest a sport instead.the film started an hour ago. Suggest a place to go. . Go back in and suggest an indoor activity. You want to go out for a drive somewhere. I 28 SUNDAY AFTERNOON A You would liketo: You do NOT want gotothezoo go sailing listen to the radio read go to the museum go to the art gallery visit Auntie Lil to: visit the castle go for a picnic in the country go to the seaside go cycling go riding play tennis watch TV play chess listen to music play cards go bowling go skating go to the cinema visit John and Anne (Role-cards) I . 3 You go out of the house and it starts raining. 2 You all get in the car .but it won't start... I I --------------------------r--------------------------I c You would like to: You do NOTwantto: visit the castle go cycling play chess watch TV go bowling go skating visit Auntie Lil or John and Anne go tothe zoo go for a picnic in the country go to the seaside go riding go sailing play tennis listen to the radio listen to music read the papers play cards go to the museum go to the art gallery go to see a film .

l:! You can: swim drive speak French and English type take shorthand play tennis cook I ~ I I I II WANTED Journalist must be able to: drive type take shorthand speak French and English --------------------------~------------------------I I I I I I I You can: ride swim ski WANTED play tennis drive speak German II I ~J ElJII J . Sports Instructor must be able to: ride swim play tennis ski I --------------------------~-------------------------~You can: read music play the piano WANTED play the violin sing draw and paint I I I Arcand Music Teacher must be able to: sing draw and paint read music play the piano and violin .29 lOOK IN G FOR A JOB You can: swim speak French type Elementary Communication Games. .j ·--------------------------4-------------------------~~ I I II I You can: type ride ski sew cook drive swim speak German ---------------------~----~--------------------------~ I ' You can: speak French and German take shorthand play the piano type drive swim I I I I I I I I I I . I r. © J Hadfield 1984 \ draw and paint play the piano sing I I I I I WANTED r-: l Kindergarten Teacher must be able to: swim speak French sing play the piano I I I I I I I I . 11 WANTED Au Pair must be able to: speak German ride drive cook sew rn -" t "-I! _jl ~ I I I I I I I I WANTED !::" Secretary must be able to: type ~keshorthand speak French and German --------------------------1--------------------~-----~I . .

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I I I I I I I I I I I I I II No9 The Greys live at number 9. (He works nights. I r-------------------------r--------------------------I I NoS The Golds live at number 8. Mr Smith is cleaning his teeth in the bathroom. No6 The Blacks live at number 6. Sandra is drinking tea in the kitchen. Mrs Grey is having a bath. Sarah is painting the living room. No2 The Smiths live at number 2. Two children are fishing in the dining room. Mr Gold is drying the dishes. Mr Grey is reading a book in the living room. Doris and Ken are dancing in the living room. ~-------------------------~--------------------------~ I ' ~ ~ III I . . Their daughter is painting a picture. Two children are fighting in the kitchen. The children are watching TV. Mrs Brown is having a shower. I' I I I I I I I I I I I I I I No7 The Whites live at number 7. John's mother is making tea in the kitchen. I I I I I I ~ I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I No4 The Greens live at number 4. John is playing the guitar in the living room.) Mrs White is cooking the supper. Lynn is typing upstairs. His wife is sleeping in front of the television. Mr Brown is answering the phone. ~ ~ ij-------------------------~--------------------------I ii' No3 The Browns Jive at number 3. Their son is doing his homework and their daughter is crying. Sally is writing a Jetter in her bedroom. The children are playing cowboys.©J Hadfield 1984 No1 Four girls share a house at number 1. Mrs Smith is doing the washing in the kitchen. Mrs Smith's mother is making the beds upstairs.~ 36 NOSY NEIGHBOURS Elementary Communication Games. They are aJldoing different things. Mr White is getting out of bed. His mother-in-law is washing up. Sue is eating an egg for tea.

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Ask other people if they saw John last week. When did John go to the cinema? Who did he go with? (Questionnaire for past events) ©lHadfleld 19B4 Who did he take to Luigi's restaurant on Tuesday? What did he do on Thursday? Who did he meet at 6 o'clock? Who went out for a drink with John on Wednesday? Who did he take to the party on Friday? What did he do on Sunday evening? Who did he take to the disco on Saturday? 2 Fill in John's diary for last week: Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 3 Which student is John? 4 What happened on Friday? Who got a surprise? . 40 CASANOVA'S DIARY 1 Find out the answers to these questions.t.

Ask the other players. Say something about your plan. put the fourth card on the table so everyone can see it.RULES SHEETS Elementary Communication Games. If you can't fill in your plan immediately. 3 You must find the cheapest place to buy each thing on your list.~ J ] ---------------------------~------------~------------i• J J 17 10 \:'JI j ] 1lI I:lI ] U Ll Shoppfng around RULES 1 Play this game in groups of three or four. . ? 8 Draw in the time on the clock faces.. 4 Take one information card each. Ask the others. 6 This card shows the time in one of the five towns. 3 Read the card and go to the bus station. 5 Player 1 starts.. © J Hadfield 1984 5 Time zones RULES 1 Play this game in groups of three or four. It's. 5 Then take another card. Say. make a note of the information and wait. add up the total. 3 Player 1 must begin. '.. Who spent the most and the least on shopping? Getting there on time RULES 1 Work together in your groups.y morning in the afternoon evening bus Is there a train plane to from . 5 Then it is the next player's turn.. It will be usefu Ilater.. How much is/are . 2 Take one shopping list and one price list each. go back to your group and write the answer on the answer sheet. 3 Put the time cards face down in the middle of the table. Take a time card from the pile. ? Find the cheapest place. 5 Then it is the next player's turn. 4 The other players must fill in their plans. Tell the other players the time.. 9 Then it is the next player's turn. 4 Player 1 must start. Go round the group. da. 2 Take one plan of the shopping centre each. airport or railway station to ask about times." ? 4 When you have found the right answer.. 2 There are two sets of cards: time cards (with pictures) and information cards (with words).. in . 6 At the end. What's the time in . Ask.' o'clock 7 Crossroads RULES 1 Work in groups of three or four. 2 Each take a card from the pile. 7 Then ask the time in the other towns. for example. The post office is next to the chemist. Write the price down on your list. e ~ . on . If there are only three people in your group.

They have a question markITJ or a tick l{jin the corner. 5 He/She must then describe the pictures to the other player. 2 Sit facinq each other across a table. What does it feel like ? Does it taste sweet? .2. 6 Player 2 must arrange the pictures in the same order. You are all sitting at home and feeling bored. Use the ideas on your role-card 6 When you all agree on something to do. Yes. can/could you open the door. 3 Put a book between you so that you cannot see what the other person is doing. 4 Now turn up card number 1. 9 The first player to finish all of his/her cards is the winner. ITJcards are reply cards. for example.. of course or Sure.. 7 . 5 Player 1 then describes the pictures to player 2. ~ Sunday afternoon RULES 1 Play this game in groups of three or four. throw them away. I can't. Take one role-card each and place the situation cards (in order) in a pile in the middle of the table. You can ask questions. for example. 2 There are two sets of cards. Jf you have two that 4 Now begin the game. It is Sunday afternoon. start again . Read that and ... Uli. role-cards (A. 5 Player number 1 chooses a [1]card and asks any please? 6 If Lili has a corresponding [2]card. Read your role-card There is a list of things you would like to do and things you 2 Put the rest of the cards face down in a pile in the middle. 5 Make suggestions of things to do. I'm busy other player to do what is shown on the card. etc. ~ . for example.. C and D) and situation cards ('..3. don't want to do.7. turn up card number 2. 8 Then it is the second player's turn .i1 RULES SHEETS 30 Elementary Communication Games. 34 How does it feel7 RULES 1 Play this game in pairs.. 3 Put a book between you so that you cannot see what the other person is doing. Do not say the names of the objects. Does he look tired? etc. or OK. B. she must give it to the first player and say. for example. 2 Sit facing each other across a table. match.~ ~ . Say. He looks angry or She looks sad. at the moment or Sorry. The first player can then throw both cards away and have another turn. 33 Feelings RULES 1 Play this game in pairs. Read it.. ©J Hadfield 1984 ~4 ~ Do me a favour 28 RULES 1 Deal eight cards to each player ... It 10 oksl feels/tastes/smells . Say. [2Jcards are request cards. You can ask questions... 3 Imagine you are a family of three or four people. I'm going out.. 6 Player 2 must arrange the pictures in the same order as player 1. G ~ --------------------------~-------------~------------D o o t . I'm sorry. she must make an excuse and say. 4 Player 1 must choose 12 pictures and arrange them in any order on the frame.4. 7 If Lili hasn't got the right 0card.5 and 6). 4 Player 1 must choose 12 pictures and arrange them in any order on the frame. Then the first player must pick up a card from the pile. tI C1 (d ij ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 3 Look at ~ur cards.

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