You are on page 1of 157

COLOR

$49.90
B/W
$39.90
UNIT 1: WHAT THE HECK IS THIS?

MOVIE MANIA
Here's what you do:
1.Go to search the video on youtube video hosting website or use
the link below
2.Click on the video you want to watch below.
3.Watch the video, and pay attention to it! (You can pause and
rewind the video.)
4.Answer the listening comprehension questions below the
video.
5.Check your answers with your session leader.
Adventureland Clip - Games Guy (HD)
link :http://youtu.be/4shn5SeSSOM
QUESTIONS: Circle one answer only.
1. How many giant pandas is James allowed to
give away?
Two per day
None
Three per day
2. Which department does James want to work in?
rides
games
food
3. When the man says that James looks like more like a "games guy", he
means that ____________________.
James looks like he plays a lot of video games
James would fit in better in the games "section"
James looks like he plays mind games with people
4. The general rule at the amusement park is that ___________________.
nothing is free
you can let your friends ride for free
you can let family members ride for free
5. The man ______________________.
seems somewhat interested in James' resume
wants to take a look at James' resume
doesn't really care about James' resume
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
2
Talent shows really do work, or do they?Twenty-year-old Kelly Clarkson was a
cocktail waitress at a comedy clubS in Arlington, Texas, until she entered - and
won - the Fox TV show, AMERICAN foOL - THE SEARCH FOR ASUPERSTAR, Included in
the prize was a record deal
6
, She released an album that included a single, A
Moment Like This (RCA!. which is still in the charts more than six months after
its release, helped no doubt by the exposure that Kelly gained from performing
for 10 weeks in
front of AMERICAN
IDOLS 25-million TV
audience, Not bad
for someone whose
original intention in
life was to become a
marine biologist,
but who changed
her mind after see-
ing the movie,
JAWS?; presumably
she decided that
being a pop star
was a less danger-
ous way to earn a
living,
1 ABERDDNIAN LASS: chica de Aberdeen, Scotland Class' =Scottish coiL) 2 OUTRAGEOUS: escandaloso
3 TO PICK: elegir 4 DRAGONFLY: libelula 5 COMEDY CLUB: club de cabarer 6 RECORD DEAL: conrrato
discografico 7 JAWS: Tiburon
Enter the
Dragonfly
I
fWhite Stripes have chosen the
elephant as the symbol of their
latest album, then Ziggy Mar-
ley, who formed the Melody
Makers with the other children
of reggae superstar Bob Marley, has
picked
3
a considerably smaller creature, He has called his solo album DRAGONFLY', which was
recently released by the Private Music label (disttibuted by BMG), The guest list includes John
Frusciante, Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, DJ Chris Kilmore ofIncubus and David Lind-
ley, Written in Jamaica and recorded in Los Angeles and Miami, DRAGONFLY covers a range of
musical styles, although reggae is dominant. The key tracks are True to Myself, in which Marley
discusses his personal need for sincerity, and Salaam Shalom, which is a well-timed appeal for
peace in the Middle East.
BARE YOUR SOUL
Aberdonian lass
1
Annie Lennox was
working as a waitress in London when
she served a customer by the name of
Dave Stewart, They went on to form The
Catch, The Tourists and then The Euryth-
mics and the rest is history, Since the duo
split up, Stewart's career has had its ups
and downs, but Lennox has established
herself as an international superstar,
The release of her third solo effort, BARE
(BMG!. will doubtless add to the 12
million
combined
sales of
her previ-
ous two
albums
DIVA and
MEDUSA,
HEAVY METALLICA
California's finest rock band, Metallica
have released their tenth album, ST,
ANGER [Elektra!. which is said to be their
heaviest, angriest album yet. "There is no
doubt there is more of a fire under our ass
than ever before," frontman James Het-
field told MTV, The sound quality has been
critised, however, but the band say that
"commerciality" was far from their mind
during recording and they believe the ma-
terial to be "very
strong", The album
also comes with
a free bonus DVD
of the band's re-
hearsals and a
28-page booklet
with lyrics,
FREDDIE MERCURY,
SIMPLY THE GREATEST
Who was the most outrageous
2
rock star
of all time? Elvis Presley? Michael Jack-
son? NOI According to the British monthly
Q, which specialises in such things [in
addition to those '50 Greatest albums
of all time' lists loved
by music magazines!.
it was the great, late
Freddie Mercury,
while Jackson was a
respectable second and
Elvis a modest seventh,
56 SPEAK UP
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
3
MUSIC MANIA
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
4

Here's what you do:
•Go to search the music video on the internet.
•Write down whatever you hear first.
•Watch the video, and pay attention to it!
•You can pause and rewind the video
•Then translate the song lyrics.
•Check with your HC session leader.
SURF IT, GOOGLE IT, PLAY IT!
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
5
SURFTHENETANDLOOK
UPTHEWORDS,
apartmentbook
flatmean
ringtrain
diseaserevengerésumé
designstickpsycho
REVIEW :
TELLINGTHETIME.FILLINTHEGAPS.
H
O
L
LY
W
O
O
D
E
N
G
L
IS
H
L
IN
E
S
¿Dónde vive ella? ............................
W
here does she iiver
¿Aqué t e dedicas? ............................ W
hat do you do?
Llueve m
ucho en el norte ..............Itralns a lot in the north.
No m
e gusta t u traje ....................... 1 don't like your suit.
(Por qué estás aquí? ......................... W
hy are you here?
1 Circle the correct form of the verb.
1 He travels / ’s travelling a lot for his job.
2 When did you come / came to New York?
3 She can swims / swim5 kilometres.
4 We don’t see / aren’t seeing them this evening.
5 They move in / moved in two weeks ago.
6 He’s going to marry / married her next summer.
7 I enjoy / ’m enjoying this party!
8 Where is / does your brother live now?
9 Why is the policeman talking / talk to him?
1 point for each correct answer
2 Complete the sentences with the verbs in the box.
bought come comes are studying Did . . . buy
did . . . meet is staying went studies was
is staying
1 My mother _______ in our house while we are on
holiday.
2 Paul _______ French four times a week.
3 Anna _______ to the cinema last weekend.
4 My mother _______ from Poland.
5 My brothers _______ modern languages in Paris.
6 When I was ten, my parents _______ me a bicycle.
7 _______ Simon _______ you a present?
8 Where _______ your father born?
9 Who _______ you _______ last night?
10 Where does he _______ from?
1 point for each correct answer
3 Complete the paragraph with the correct form of the verbs in
the box.
be be come go live not enjoy study
is
My name (1) __ Natalia. I (2) __________ from Málaga,
in the south of Spain. I (3) __________ a student at a
language school in London. I (4) __________ English. I
(5) __________ with an English family for three months.
The course is hard work and I (6) __________ it very
much. Next week, I (7) __________ home to Málaga for a
holiday.
2 points for each correct answer
4 Write the question words then match 1–8 with a–h.
What
1 _____’s this in English?
2 ______ is your teacher?
3 ______ book is it?
4 ______ did you park?
5 ______ did you go on holiday?
6 ______ much were your jeans?
7 ______ bag is yours?
8 ______ ’s the time, please?
2 points for each correct answer
(1 per question word, 1 for matching)
5 Read Gino’s answers. Complete the questions.
what’s your name
A Hello, (1) _____________ ?
G It’s Gino.
A (2) ____________ come from?
G I’m from Naples.
A (3) ____________ live now?
G I live in Memphis now.
A (4) ____________ move to Memphis?
G A year ago.
A (5) ____________ do?
G I’m a student. I’m studying music.
A (6) ____________ married?
G No, I’m not, but I’ve got a girlfriend.
A (7) ____________ name?
G Belinda.
A (8) ____________ Belinda do?
G She’s an architect.
1 point for each correct answer
6 Write noun, verb, adjective, adverb, or preposition.
noun
1 bread ______
2 deliver ______
3 hot ______
4 never ______
5 on ______
6 van ______
1 point for each correct answer
4 UNI T 1 Test A New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
1
Test A
8
9
12
14
7
5
a It’s his.
b A month ago.
c Thirty-five pounds.
d The small blue one.
e It’s 12 o’clock.
f Marie Evans.
g It’s a bicycle.
h Near the station.
WRITE IT OUT!
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
6

MOVIE MANIA
Here's what you do:
1.Go to search the video on youtube video hosting website or use
the link below
2.Click on the video you want to watch below.
3.Watch the video, and pay attention to it! (You can pause and
rewind the video.)
4.Answer the listening comprehension questions below the
video.
5.Check your answers with your session leader.
The Terminal Clip - Potato Chips Scene (HD)
link :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOn3xbI6Vyk
Definition & Accent. Google these words,
Afraid, chance, country, fear, ghost, order, stamp,
Choose the right option.
1. Does Mr Navorsky have any fear to return to his own country?
Yes, He does
Maybe
No, He does not
2. Does Mr Navorsky know anyone in New York?
Yes, He does
No, He does not
He knows Ramada Inn

3. What can Mr Navorsky only do at the airport?
He can only shop
He can only watch TV
He can only eat

4. How does Mr Navorsky learn English?
watching TV
watching TV news with subtitles
waiting at the airport
5. What Mr Navorsky is a little afraid of?
the room
the airport
Krakozhia
.
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
7
UNIT 2: RIP IT!
* "Naketh" is 0lu English foi "make"

"Englishman In New York" Sting

I ______________________coffee I _________________ tea my ____________
I like my toast uone _____________________________
Anu you __________________ it in ______________________when I talk
I'm _______________________________________ in New Yoik
See me ___________________________ uown ______________ Avenue
A ______________________________ heie _______ my ______________
I take it _____________________________ I walk
I'm _________________________________________________ in New Yoik

!"#$%&'
I'm _________________ I'm ____________________________________
I'm an Englishman in New Yoik
I'm _________________ I'm ___________________________________
I'm an Englishman in New Yoik

If, "_______________________ maketh __________________ " as ____________________ saiu
Then ____________________________________ of the uay
It ________________ a man to suffei ________________________ anu __________________
Be_____________________________ no _____________________what they_____________
'
!"#$%&'
_____________________________, piopiiety can ______________ to _____________________________
You ____________________________________ as the only ____________
_________________________________, sobiiety aie iaie in this _________________________________
At ______________________ a canule's _____________________________________the sun
Takes moie than combat _________________ to ____________________________________
Takes moie than a _________________________ foi a _____________
Confiont youi_____________________________, ___________________them when you ___________
A ___________________________________ will walk but nevei ___________

()*)+,'-
./
'0)$&)'*1%&'!"#$%&'

MUSIC MANIA
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
8
Here's what you do:
•Go to search the music video
on the internet.
•Write down whatever you
hear first.
•Watch the video, and pay
attention to it!
•You can pause and rewind
the video
•Then translate the song lyrics
and fill in the gaps.
•Check with your HC session
leader.
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
9
SURF IT, GOOGLE IT, PLAY IT!
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
10
HOLLYW
OOD ENGLISH LINES
No tardes .............................................. Don't be late.
Tráemelo................................................ Bring itto me.
Muéstramelo....................................... Show itto me.
Dámelo................................................. Give itto me.
Entrégamelo......................................
Deliver itto me.
WRITE IT OUT!
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
11
1 Circle the correct letter.
1 We … two computers.
a has got b ’ve got c don’t have got
2 She is sick so she … this week.
a isn’t working b doesn’t work c is working
3 It’s very hot today. Why … you … a coat?
a do … wear b are … wearing c don’t … wear
4 Lydia … with her mum and two children.
a lives b live c is living
5 In Latin America, the north … hotter than the south.
a be b is being c is
6 Do you … a bicycle? a have b have got c ’ve
7 Vegetarians … meat.
a are eating b eats c don’t eat
8 Are you going home?
a Yes, I’m. b Yes, I am. c Yes, going.
9 Australia … a big population.
a have not b doesn’t have c haven’t got
10 Does he smoke?
a No, he does. b Yes, do. c Yes, he does.
11 He can’t come to the phone, he … a shower.
a has b ’s having c hasn’t got
1 point for each correct answer
2 Complete the sentences with the Present Simple or Present
Continuous form of drive, wear, or have.
drives 1 He ______ to work every morning.
2 He never ______ a jacket and tie.
3 She ______ to work today because she is late.
4 They ______ their best clothes today.
5 No, you can’t go out. We ______ lunch soon.
6 They ______ four children.
1 point for each correct answer
3 Complete the short answers.
I haven’t 1 Have you got a holiday home? No, ________ .
2 Do they like skiing? Yes, ____________ .
3 Does she have a summer holiday? No, ____________ .
4 Is he tidy? Yes, ____________ .
5 Are you going? Yes, I ____________ .
6 Are they working today? No, ____________ .
1 point for each correct answer
4 Circle the correct form.
1 He has got / has coffee in the morning.
2 When do you have / have got your holiday?
3 Did you have got / have a nice teacher at school?
4 They have never got / never have wine with dinner.
5 They don’t have / no have lots of money.
1 point for each correct answer
5 Complete the paragraph with the correct form of the verbs.
has Iceland (1 have) ______ quite a small population. The
people (2 be) ______ mainly of European descent. In the
winter, it (3 be) ______ dark for nearly 24 hours a day so
the people (4 not go) ______ outside much. However, in
the summer, the people like (5 spend) ______ a lot of
time outside so they can (6 enjoy) ______ the sunlight.
A lot of tourists (7 go) ______ to Iceland to see the
unusual countryside. They can (8 swim) ______ in the
naturally hot water and (9 watch) ______ the wildlife,
including puffins and whales.
2 points for each correct answer
6 Match the nouns with verbs 1–10 to make phrases.
my hair make-up a shower a magazine to the toilet
on the sofa the washing-up to my friends a meal coffee
a meal 1 cook ____________
2 do ____________
3 go ____________
4 have ____________`
5 make ____________
1 point for each correct answer
7 Read the text. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)?
Jake and Gaby are Americans. They moved from Ohio to London five
years ago. Jake works for a bank and Gaby is a nurse at a big hospital
in the city.
When asked why they moved to London, Jake says, ‘Gaby got a
job and I followed her. I didn’t work for the first three months – I
was looking for a flat to buy and looking after things at home. I
started my job the day after we moved to this flat. Of course we
speak the language but we had some problems at first. Just small
things like the different words for food – and the different British
accents can be difficult to understand.’
What do they like best? Gaby speaks for both of them, ‘We love
London, there’s always something interesting to do. The parks,
8 UNI T 2 Test A New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
2
Test A
10
5
4
9
5
16
6 put on ____________
7 read ____________
8 relax ____________
9 talk ____________
10 wash ____________
1 Circle the correct letter.
1 We … two computers.
a has got b ’ve got c don’t have got
2 She is sick so she … this week.
a isn’t working b doesn’t work c is working
3 It’s very hot today. Why … you … a coat?
a do … wear b are … wearing c don’t … wear
4 Lydia … with her mum and two children.
a lives b live c is living
5 In Latin America, the north … hotter than the south.
a be b is being c is
6 Do you … a bicycle? a have b have got c ’ve
7 Vegetarians … meat.
a are eating b eats c don’t eat
8 Are you going home?
a Yes, I’m. b Yes, I am. c Yes, going.
9 Australia … a big population.
a have not b doesn’t have c haven’t got
10 Does he smoke?
a No, he does. b Yes, do. c Yes, he does.
11 He can’t come to the phone, he … a shower.
a has b ’s having c hasn’t got
1 point for each correct answer
2 Complete the sentences with the Present Simple or Present
Continuous form of drive, wear, or have.
drives 1 He ______ to work every morning.
2 He never ______ a jacket and tie.
3 She ______ to work today because she is late.
4 They ______ their best clothes today.
5 No, you can’t go out. We ______ lunch soon.
6 They ______ four children.
1 point for each correct answer
3 Complete the short answers.
I haven’t 1 Have you got a holiday home? No, ________ .
2 Do they like skiing? Yes, ____________ .
3 Does she have a summer holiday? No, ____________ .
4 Is he tidy? Yes, ____________ .
5 Are you going? Yes, I ____________ .
6 Are they working today? No, ____________ .
1 point for each correct answer
4 Circle the correct form.
1 He has got / has coffee in the morning.
2 When do you have / have got your holiday?
3 Did you have got / have a nice teacher at school?
4 They have never got / never have wine with dinner.
5 They don’t have / no have lots of money.
1 point for each correct answer
5 Complete the paragraph with the correct form of the verbs.
has Iceland (1 have) ______ quite a small population. The
people (2 be) ______ mainly of European descent. In the
winter, it (3 be) ______ dark for nearly 24 hours a day so
the people (4 not go) ______ outside much. However, in
the summer, the people like (5 spend) ______ a lot of
time outside so they can (6 enjoy) ______ the sunlight.
A lot of tourists (7 go) ______ to Iceland to see the
unusual countryside. They can (8 swim) ______ in the
naturally hot water and (9 watch) ______ the wildlife,
including puffins and whales.
2 points for each correct answer
6 Match the nouns with verbs 1–10 to make phrases.
my hair make-up a shower a magazine to the toilet
on the sofa the washing-up to my friends a meal coffee
a meal 1 cook ____________
2 do ____________
3 go ____________
4 have ____________`
5 make ____________
1 point for each correct answer
7 Read the text. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)?
Jake and Gaby are Americans. They moved from Ohio to London five
years ago. Jake works for a bank and Gaby is a nurse at a big hospital
in the city.
When asked why they moved to London, Jake says, ‘Gaby got a
job and I followed her. I didn’t work for the first three months – I
was looking for a flat to buy and looking after things at home. I
started my job the day after we moved to this flat. Of course we
speak the language but we had some problems at first. Just small
things like the different words for food – and the different British
accents can be difficult to understand.’
What do they like best? Gaby speaks for both of them, ‘We love
London, there’s always something interesting to do. The parks,
8 UNI T 2 Test A New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
2
Test A
10
5
4
9
5
16
6 put on ____________
7 read ____________
8 relax ____________
9 talk ____________
10 wash ____________
9 Test A UNI T 2 New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
museums, and theatres are great. We like to go walking in the
country at the weekends so we drive to Essex early on Sunday
morning and walk all day. We’re never going to live in Ohio again,
we’d miss London too much.’
1 Gaby and Jake are an English couple in America. __
2 Gaby and Jake work in London. __
3 Gaby and Jake work together. __
4 They moved to London because Jake got a job. __
5 British and American food words are the same. __
6 Jake thinks London is boring. __
7 They like going to the countryside at weekends. __
8 They want to go home to Ohio. __
2 points for each correct answer
8 Join the pairs of sentences with but/however, so, or because.
1 I like cars. I don’t like driving.
I like cars, but I don’t like driving. ___________________________________________
2 She telephoned me. I went to see her.
___________________________________________
3 I went shopping. We didn’t have any food.
___________________________________________
4 He is moving to the USA. He is starting a new job.
___________________________________________
5 We can ski. We don’t like snow and cold weather!
___________________________________________
6 I am sociable. My brother is quiet.
___________________________________________
1 point for each correct answer
9 Complete the information about you and a friend.
you friend
Are you married? ______ ______
What’s your job? ______ ______
What do you like doing? ______ ______
What do you look like? ______ ______
Where do you live? ______ ______
Where do you go on holiday? ______ ______
What are you doing at the moment? ______ ______
Use the information to write a paragraph. Use but, so, and
because.
14 points divided between content and accuracy
10 Read 1–6 and match them with a reply and a comment.
9 f 1 What do you do? __ __
2 It’s raining again. __ __
3 What do you like doing at the weekends? __ __
4 Where did you go for your holiday last summer? __ __
5 I like your haircut. __ __
6 Did you see the film on TV last night? __ __
REPLY
7 We went to Sicily.
8 Thank you.
9 I’m a teacher.
10 No, I didn’t.
11 Yes, it’s horrible isn’t it?
12 I usually go to the cinema and have dinner with
friends.
COMMENT
a Would you like to come with us next time?
b Was it good?
c Makes you miserable, doesn’t it?
d It’s a beautiful place – do you know it?
e I tried that new place in town.
f I teach maths and science in a secondary school. What
about you?
2 points for each correct answer
11 Read the questions. Write true answers and add a comment.
1 Do you like learning English?
Yes, I do. I want to study in England when I go to university. ___________________________________________
2 What are you doing after this lesson?
I __________________________________________
3 What did you do last weekend?
I __________________________________________
4 How are you today?
I __________________________________________
2 points for each correct answer
TOTAL
16
5
14
10
6
100
9 Test A UNI T 2 New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
museums, and theatres are great. We like to go walking in the
country at the weekends so we drive to Essex early on Sunday
morning and walk all day. We’re never going to live in Ohio again,
we’d miss London too much.’
1 Gaby and Jake are an English couple in America. __
2 Gaby and Jake work in London. __
3 Gaby and Jake work together. __
4 They moved to London because Jake got a job. __
5 British and American food words are the same. __
6 Jake thinks London is boring. __
7 They like going to the countryside at weekends. __
8 They want to go home to Ohio. __
2 points for each correct answer
8 Join the pairs of sentences with but/however, so, or because.
1 I like cars. I don’t like driving.
I like cars, but I don’t like driving. ___________________________________________
2 She telephoned me. I went to see her.
___________________________________________
3 I went shopping. We didn’t have any food.
___________________________________________
4 He is moving to the USA. He is starting a new job.
___________________________________________
5 We can ski. We don’t like snow and cold weather!
___________________________________________
6 I am sociable. My brother is quiet.
___________________________________________
1 point for each correct answer
9 Complete the information about you and a friend.
you friend
Are you married? ______ ______
What’s your job? ______ ______
What do you like doing? ______ ______
What do you look like? ______ ______
Where do you live? ______ ______
Where do you go on holiday? ______ ______
What are you doing at the moment? ______ ______
Use the information to write a paragraph. Use but, so, and
because.
14 points divided between content and accuracy
10 Read 1–6 and match them with a reply and a comment.
9 f 1 What do you do? __ __
2 It’s raining again. __ __
3 What do you like doing at the weekends? __ __
4 Where did you go for your holiday last summer? __ __
5 I like your haircut. __ __
6 Did you see the film on TV last night? __ __
REPLY
7 We went to Sicily.
8 Thank you.
9 I’m a teacher.
10 No, I didn’t.
11 Yes, it’s horrible isn’t it?
12 I usually go to the cinema and have dinner with
friends.
COMMENT
a Would you like to come with us next time?
b Was it good?
c Makes you miserable, doesn’t it?
d It’s a beautiful place – do you know it?
e I tried that new place in town.
f I teach maths and science in a secondary school. What
about you?
2 points for each correct answer
11 Read the questions. Write true answers and add a comment.
1 Do you like learning English?
Yes, I do. I want to study in England when I go to university. ___________________________________________
2 What are you doing after this lesson?
I __________________________________________
3 What did you do last weekend?
I __________________________________________
4 How are you today?
I __________________________________________
2 points for each correct answer
TOTAL
16
5
14
10
6
100
http://www.isabelperez.com/songs/human.htm
1.___ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4.____ 5._____ 6. ______7.____ 8. _____ 9._____ 10. ______ 11._______
4. Correct the mistakes.
Will your computer be alright
When you dream of house tonight?
There is no village we're speaking
Let me know is your soul still dancing
5. Read the following texts and answer the questions below.
The Killers are an American post-punk revival band from Las Vegas, Nevada, formed in 2002. The band
consists of Brandon Flowers (vocals, keyboards), Dave Keuning (guitar, vocals), Mark Stoermer (bass guitar,
vocals) and Ronnie Vannucci Jr. (percussion, drums).
Part of the post-punk revival movement, The Killers draw their influences from music styles of the 1980s. The
group's debut album, Hot Fuss (2004) brought the band mainstream success. The Killers' second album,
Sam's Town, was released in 2006, and the compilation album Sawdust containing B-sides, rarities, and new
material, was released in 2007. Their third studio album, Day & Age, produced by Stuart Price, was released in
November 2008.
Reading Comprehension
1. Where does the band “The Killers” come from?
2. What is the name of the lead singer?
3. Who plays the drums?
4. How many musicians play in the band?
5. Which decade were they influenced by?
6. How many albums does the band have?
7. What is the name of their first album?
8. Can you explain what B-sides are?
9. What is the name of their last album?
10. Who produced it?
http://www.isabelperez.com/songs/human.htm
1. Fill in the blanks with the words in the box.
Cut, Eyes, Heart, Kind, Line, Open, Platform, Sometimes
I did my best to notice
When the call came down the ______________(1)
Up to the ________________ (2)of surrender
I was brought but I was __________________(3)
And _________________(4) I get nervous
When I see an _______________(5) door
Close your _________________(6)
Clear your ___________________(7)
____________________(8) the cord
CHORUS
2. Match the parts.
2. Match the parts.
1. Are
2.Or are
3. My sign
4. My hands
5. And I'm
6. Looking for
7. Are
8. Or are
a. is vital
b. are cold
c. the answer
d. we human?
e. we dancer?
f. we human?
g. on my knees
h. we dancer?
1. ____ 2. ____ 3. ____ 4. _____ 5.____ 6._____ 7. _____ 8. _____
3. Now number the lines as they appear.
a. They always did the best they could
b. Wish me well..
c. Give my regards to soul and romance,
d. Wave goodbye
e. You've gotta let me go
f. And so long to devotion
g. Pay my respects to grace and virtue
h. You taught me everything I know
i. Wave goodbye
j.Send my condolences to good
k.Give my regards to soul and romance,


WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
12
UNIT 3 : WHAT THE HECK IS THIS?
Here's what you do:
•Go to search the music
video & The Killersʼ
Bio on the internet.
•Write down whatever
you hear first.
•Watch the video, and
pay attention to it!
•You can pause and
rewind the video
•Check with your HC
session leader.
MUSIC MANIA
MOVIE MANIA
Here's what you do:
1.Go to search the video on youtube video hosting website or use
the link below
2.Click on the video you want to watch below.
3.Watch the video, and pay attention to it! (You can pause and
rewind the video.)
4.Answer the listening comprehension questions below the
video.
5.Check your answers with your session leader.
Pretty Woman- shopping scene (HD)
link :http://youtu.be/tgZ5zM0e-iU
Definition & Accent. Google these words,
Cocktail, commission, conservative, divine,
expensive, fidget, handsome, mistake, obscene,
offensive, profane, reckon, rid, stuff, suck, tie,
uncle.
Choose the right option.
May I help you ? - I'm just checkin' things out. Are you looking for something in
particular ? No. Well, yeah. Something_______________
expensive
conservative
elegant
Yes. - You got nice_____________!
stuff
things
clothes
Thank you. How much is this ? I don't think this would fit you. Well, I didn't ask if it
would fit. I asked how much it was. How much is this, Marie ? - It's very expensive
Look, I got money to spend in here. I don't think we have__________for you.
something
anything
a lot
People are looking at me. They're not looking at you; they're looking at me.The
__________ are not nice to people. I don't like it.
places
shops
stores
Exactly how ____________ an amount of money were you talking about ?
obscene
scene
big
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
13
SURF IT, GOOGLE IT PLAY IT!
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
14


LEISURESCOPE
BY GUILLERMO GONZALEZ
Wu-Tang Forever
Whole Lana Zeppelin
1 SPARE: simple 2 RAW: crudo
3 TENDER: tierno 4 LUSH
SDUNDSCAPE: sonidos sofisticados 5 DARK AND
MOODY: sombrfo 6 TO HIT THE BIG TIME: tener un gran
exira 7 TO LAUNCH: sacar a la vema BTO MASH UP:
amalgamar 9 TO PUT ON A MAP: dar a conocer 10 IS A
RETURN TO FORM: demuesrra que vue1ven a estar en
plena forma 11 A VERY NON RADIO-FRIENDLY HOOK: un
esrribillo que a buen segura no se escuchara en la
radio 12 WATCH YOUR MUTHAFUCKIN' MOUTH: ciliate la
puta boca 3 RANDOMLY: al azar 14 A ONE-OFF GIG: un
unico concierto 15 TO FILL IN FOR: sustiruir, cambiar
16 HIGHLIGHTS: mejores canciones 17 UNRELEASED
MATERIAL: canciones ineditas
44 SPEAK UP
H
ip-hop may be dead, according
to rapper Nas, but Wu-Tang
Clan is forever. The New York
rap supergroup that changed the face
of hip-hop in the 1990s and
launched nine successful solo careers
is back with new album The 8 Dia-
grams. The Clan's eight living mem-
bers - RZA, GZA, Inspectah Deck,
Raekwon, V-God, Ghostface Killa,
Method Man and Masta Killah - are
all present, while 01' Dirty Bastard,
the clan's ninth member who died of
an accidental overdose in 2004, per-
This is an excellent month
for 20,000 randomli
J
selected Led Zeppelin fans.
After more than 20 years,
the surviving band
members will re-form for a
one-off gig'4 at London's 02
Arena, Jason Bonham will
fill in for's his late father on
drums and Bill Wyman and
Pete Townshend are
scheduled to make guest
appearances. Should the
concert be a success, talks
between Jimmy Page, Robert Plant
and John Paul Jones suggest that
a full reunion tour might be a
possibility. Led Zeppelin were one of
the most influential rock groups of
the 1970s, best known for the hits
Stairway to Heaven, Whole Lotta
Love and Kashmir. The highlights'6
forms posthumously through the
use of previously recorded material.
The first single Watch }Our Mouth
is a return to form'0: sparse beats,
kung-fu film score samples and a very
non radio-friendly hook" - "Watch
your muthafuckin' mouth'2". Other
tracks feature guest musicians such as
P-funk's George Clinton, Red Hot
Chili Peppers' John Frusciante and
System ofa Down's Shavo Odadjian,
as well as Dhani Harrison, son of
George, doing a version of his dad's
song called Gently weeps.
of their career can be heard on
Mothership, a 24-track Best Of
collection chosen by the band. You
can also relive their glory years with
a reissue of the soundtrack to their
1976 concert film The Song Remains
the Same, featuring previously
unreleased material'7.
WRITE IT OUT!
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
15
1 Complete the paragraph with the Past Simple form of the
verbs in the box.
be bring buy drive go hear
invite leave ring start tell
went When Mr and Mrs Wilson (1) _______ away for the week, they
(2) _______ their daughters at home. The two girls (3) _______ some
pizzas and (4) _______ their friends to stay. Unfortunately, their friends
(5) _______ some wine and things quickly (6) _______ to go wrong.
When Mrs Wilson (7) _______ her daughters to check they (8) _______
OK, she (9) _______ loud music and shouting. She and Mr Wilson
(10) _______ home immediately and (11) _______ the girls’ friends to
leave.
1 point for each correct answer
2 Complete the sentences with the Past Continuous form of
the verbs in brackets.
were doing
1 What (do) ______ you ______ at 9 o’clock last night?
2 We (not live) ____________ together last year.
3 (dance) ______ Jim ______ with Helen at the party?
4 I (not read) ____________ the paper, I (eat)
____________ dinner.
1 point for each correct answer
3 Complete the sentences with the Past Simple or Past
Continuous form of the verbs in brackets.
didn’t speak
1 I (not speak) _________ to my neighbours until
introduced
they (introduce) _________ themselves.
2 She (not live) _________ there when I first (meet)
_________ her.
3 I (not want) _________ to go out because it (rain)
_________ .
4 They (make) _________ lunch before I (arrive)
_________ .
5 The Company Director (wait) _________ in my office
when I (get) _________ to work yesterday.
6 He (have) _________ a shower when I (ring)
_________ .
2 points for each correct answer
4 Complete the conversations with the Past Simple form of the
verbs in brackets.
Conversation 1
left
A (1 leave) I ______ my teenage girls at home last
weekend.
B (2 have) ______ they ______ a party?
A No, they didn’t, but they (3 forget) ______ to walk the
dog. They (4 eat) ______ everything that (5 be)
______ in the fridge and they (6 not wash up) ______.
Conversation 2
A (7 see) ______ you ______ the news last night?
B I (8 not see) ____________ the national news but I (9
watch) ______ the local news. Why?
A A reporter (10 speak) ______ to me at the station –
(11 be) ______ I on TV?
1 point for each correct answer
5 Say the words. Underline the stressed syllables.
1 develop 4 discussion 7 improve
2 development 5 organization 8 improvement
3 discuss 6 organize
1 point for each correct answer
6 Complete the verbs, adjectives, and nouns in the sentences.
e
1 Did they invit__ you to their wedding?
2 It’s __legal for a child to buy cigarettes.
3 It’s __possible to put your nose in your ear.
4 Formula 1 racing is a dang__ sport.
5 Seafood is a special__ in the south west.
6 Many men get paid more than women. That’s __fair.
7 Texting has changed how we communicat__ with
other people.
8 Her room is very __tidy so she can’t find anything.
9 I am not very ambitio__ – I love working in a shop.
10 I __like him because he’s rude and unhelpful.
11 There’s an industr__ area near the airport.
1 point for each correct answer
14 UNI T 3 Test B New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
3
Test B
10
10
7
10
4
10
WRITE IT OUT !
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
16

MOVIE MANIA
Here's what you do:
1.Go to search the video on youtube video hosting website or use
the link below
2.Click on the video you want to watch below.
3.Watch the video, and pay attention to it! (You can pause and
rewind the video.)
4.Answer the listening comprehension questions below the
video.
5.Check your answers with your session leader.
Young Frankenstein (1974) Part 1(HD)
link : http://youtu.be/_V65B6roEkk
Definition & Accent. Google these words,
Accidental, beg, bury, clamp, collapse, corpse, cortex, dig, filthy, grab, graveyard,
hop, knee, muscle, nerve, reflexive, pathway, pressure, rotten, root, stem, stimulus,
stream, swelling, witness.
Find the similar meaning.
I beg your pardon?
I am sorry
forgive me
do not worry
you may lower your knee
you have the possibility to lower your knee
you have the permission to lower your knee
you have the obligation to lower your knee
as you can see
as you have the possibility to see
as you have the probability to see
as you have the obligation to see
In spite of our mechanical magnificence
compared to our mechanical...
dependent of our mechanical...
without being affected by our mechanical...
it seems to me I did read something

it seems to me I always read something
it seems to me I really read something
it seems to me I merely read something
you are the least bit curious
you are very curious
you are minimally curious
You are not curious at all
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
17
UNIT 4 : ... AND THERE BE LIGHT !
countableanduncountable
SURF IT, GOOGLE IT, PLAY IT!
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
18
Let’s face it – there are some things that just aren’t worth paying for in a restaurant. Here's a list of menu
items that have us shouting: "lame!"
1. Can I have Iceberg wedge salad please???? : Wanna know how to make a hunk of
flavorless lettuce even less appetizing? Charge $12 for it. This “classic” menu item is one of
the biggest rip-offs in the restaurant game.
2. Can I have a Shrimp cocktail??? : Twenty dollars for four boiled shrimp? No thanks.
3. Can I have Bottled water???? : Still a favorite of germaphobes, snooty Europeans and diners desperate to
impress their date, bottled water is totes '80s. Unless you're dying to relive the Evian craze of '89, Maybe you
should just order tap.
4. Can I have a Plate of fruit ??? : We’ve certainly seen some amazing fruit plates, but seriously, ordering this as
your main dish is a bit of a cop-out. Only in cases of sheer laziness or manorexia should a diner order a $7 plate
of cut-up fruit for their entree.
5. Can I have Mixed greens?? : Ingenious menu idea: take greens direct from the package, put them on a plate,
serve with a side of oil and vinegar and slap on an $8-plus price tag – you're now a restaurateur!
6. Can I have some Cereal ??? : Ordering a bowl of cereal as your main course should be an immediate
indication that you shouldn’t be out at a restaurant. Go home!
7. Can I have Scrambled eggs please??? : We understand the hungover person’s need for grease after an all-
night bender, but scrambled eggs in a diner cost about four times more than if you were to just make 'em at
home. There’s inevitably a much more worthwhile egg dish on every menu.
8. Can I have some Olives ???? : Dude, most places will give you olives for free! Unless the chef is doing
something crazy exciting with mixed olives (which we're having trouble imagining), as a rule of thumb it's kind of
dumb to shell out money on a gratis bar snack.
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
19

Q: What would you like to order? A: Can I have ... please?
Ordering @ a restaurant, bar, pharmacy, store... May I take your order?
http://youtu.be/SedYR95XYxE
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
20
Here's what
you do:
•Go to search
the words you
donʼt know on
the internet.
•Read and
translate the
text.
•Check with
your HC


MUSIC MANIA
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
21
Mat ch t he ver bs wi t h t he meani ng. Use t he di ct i onar y, i f neccessar y.
Remi nd Gi ve, pass somet hi ng
Wonder Become compl et el y wet by bei ng i n l i qui d
Mi ss Fai l t o cat ch somet hi ng
Push Put pr essur e on somet hi ng
Soak To put i n mi nd of somet hi ng, cause t o r emember
Hand Ask onesel f
Compl et e t he sent ences wi t h t he cor r ect f or ms of t he ver bs above.
a) Sor r y, I ' m l at e because t her e was l ot of t r af f i c and I _________t he t r ai n
b) _______t he r ed but t on and i t wi l l st ar t r ecor di ng t he sound
c) Coul d you ______ me t hat gr ey book?
ci)Leave i t t o _______ al l ni ght i n r ed wi ne
Here's what you do:

Go to search the music
video & Dido’s ‘’Thank You’’
lyrics on the internet.

Write down whatever you
hear first.

Watch the video, and pay
attention to it!

You can pause and rewind
the video

Check with your HC session
leader.
Thank You
Rem
ind
W
onder
M
iss
Push
Soak
Hand
WRITE IT OUT!
f) I _______ why you are here on a Saturday night
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
22
1 Circle the correct word(s) in each sentence.
1 How much / many money have you got?
2 I’d like any / some sugar.
3 Have you got a few / a little time?
4 Can you give me some / any cake, please?
5 He’s got anything / something for you.
6 How many / much students are in your class?
7 I hate this town. There is nothing / something to do.
8 The milks are / milk is cold.
9 Have you got some / any chocolate?
10 There are a few / a little flowers in the garden.
11 There isn’t some / any coffee in the cupboard.
1 point for each correct answer
2 Complete the sentences.
some or any?
some 1 There are ______ new students in my class.
2 Is there ______ tea?
3 I don’t think there is ______ red wine.
4 We need ______ fruit.
much or many?
5 How ______ brothers have you got?
6 How ______ were your jeans?
7 Were there ______ people in the cinema?
8 Fifty pence isn’t ______ for a cup of coffee.
a little, a few, or a lot of ?
9 There’s ______ milk in the fridge – but not much.
10 I have ______ friends in Athens because I worked
there for ten years.
11 The drive to Nice takes ______ hours. Two or three.
1 point for each correct answer
3 Complete the words in the sentences.
no, any, or every?
every 1 It was a delicious meal – _____one enjoyed it.
2 I can’t find _____one to answer my question.
3 ______one likes getting bad news.
4 I’m bored. There’s ______thing to do.
5 She told ______one my secret. I was angry with her.
thing, where, or one?
6 Are you going some____ nice for your holiday?
7 No____ wants to go out with me tonight.
8 Did you buy any____ at the shops?
9 I looked every____ , but I didn’t find it.
10 Every____ knows Kylie Minogue.
11 There’s no____ on TV tonight.
1 point for each correct answer
4 Complete the conversation with the words in the box.
a lot of any (x2) anything everyone many some
something nothing
many A How (1) ______ people are coming to the party?
B Well, there are (2) ______ my friends from work –
about twenty-five.
A Have we got (3) ______ for them to drink?
B There’s (4) ______ wine and beer in the fridge.
A That isn’t enough. I’ll go to the supermarket. Have you
got (5) ______ money?
B Have a look in my purse.
A There’s (6) ______ in your purse! I’ll use my credit
card. Do we need (7) ______ bags of crisps?
B No, we don’t. There are twelve bags in the cupboard.
A OK, I’ll go to the supermarket now.
B I’ve just remembered (8) ______ – (9) ______ is
arriving at 6.00 so you need to hurry.
1 point for each correct answer
5 Correct the sentences.
1 They’ve got two children, a girl and the boy.
They’ve got two children, a girl and a boy. ___________________________________________
2 That’s their house. A one with the pretty garden.
___________________________________________
3 My aunt has shop in Cambridge.
___________________________________________
4 Money can’t buy you the love.
___________________________________________
5 I’d like loaf of bread, please.
___________________________________________
6 I’m driving one VW this week.
___________________________________________
1 point for each correct answer
16 UNI T 4 Test A New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
4
Test A
10
10
10
8
5
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
23
Here's what you do:

Go to search the music video
& Nickelback’s ‘‘How you
remind me’’ lyrics on the
internet.

Write down whatever you
hear first.

Watch the video, and pay
attention to it!

You can pause and rewind
the video

Check with your HC session
leader.
chorus (estribillo)
This is how you rem
ind m
e
Of what I really am
This is how you rem
ind m
e
Of what I really am
Questions: MUSIC MANIA
Never made it as ________. I couldn't cut it as a poor man stealing.
a wise man
a live man
a nice man
Tired of living like __________. I'm sick inside without a sense of feeling. a kind man
a blind man
a fine man
It's not like you to say sorry. I was waiting on a diferent _____.
starry
store
story
This time I'm _________ for handing you a heart worth breaking.
mistake
mistook
mistaken
I've been wrong, I've been down to the bottom of every _____.
bother
bottle
body
Despite words in my head scream, "Are we having ____ yet?"
fun
sun
won
It's not like you __________ that.
didn't flow
didn't know
didn't blow
I said I love you and ______ I still do
I swear
l spare
I said
It must have been so ____
bad
mad
sad
'Cause living with me must have damn near _______ you.
culled
killed
fulfilled
UNIT 5 : ... IM MISTAKEN !
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
24
2) Who helped Dorsey to establish Twitter?
3) Why, according to Dorsey, are people interested
in what celebrities are doing?
4) Dorsey says his invention gives people freedom
of speech. What examples are there in the article?
5) How did Dorsey get the idea for his latest
invention?
6) How does it work?
7) What advantage do the Japanese and Chinese
have when using Twitter?
8) What examples are given of famous people who
have used Twitter to promote their work or their
ideas?

D - Learn it! Use it!
Complete these sentences with words from the
glossary. (You may have to adapt the expression
in some way; e.g. change the subject, or change
from singular to plural.)
1) Charlotte Brontë was the English _______ who
wrote Jane Eyre.
Jack Dorsey [A2 PRE-INTERMEDIATE]
Answers on page 6
one 1
By Pamela Linwood
Class
in
A - Before you start
Answer the questions with a partner.
1) Do you use Twitter? If so, what do you
use it for?
2) Can you explain the meaning of these new
expressions?
a. to tweet
b. a tweeter
c. a follower

B – Listen and answer
Read these statements. Then listen (without
reading) and choose the correct answer.
1) Jack Dorsey is
a) a 45-year-old from St Louis, Missouri.
b) an American in his thirties. c) neither of these.
2) As a child, Dorsey loved
a) sports cars and racing drivers. b) space ships
and astronauts. c) cities and computers.
3) He founded Twitter
a) when he was fourteen. b) five years ago.
c) in 2000.
4) Twitter has become an important way of
communicating news events because it cannot
be controlled by governments.
a) True. b) False. c) The article doesn’t say.
5) Dorsey’s latest invention is used
a) instead of a credit card.
b) instead of a smartphone.
c) to accept credit card payments.
C - Read and answer
Read the article and the information boxes and
answer the questions
1) What did Dorsey create while he was still a
teenager?
GETTING STARTED
LISTENING
READING
five 5
in
Class
FCE EXAM PRACTICE
AFTER YOU READ AND LISTEN
1) Donald Duck is a famous __________ _________
2) The most important _________ of the new
machine are its speed and its reliability.
3) The _________ under the photograph in the
magazine was so small that I couldn’t read it.
4) Unemployment has risen _________ over the
past six months.
5) Our local supermarket was _________ by a large
multinational chain last year.
6) Tom almost _________ when he fell into the river.
D - Ready for FCE? (Paper 3, Use of English: Part 4)
Complete the second sentence so that it has a similar
meaning to the first sentence, using the word given. Do
not change the word given. Use between 2 and 5 words
including the word given.
Example: Castelli owned a gallery.
WAS
Castelli was a gallery owner.
1. He was so shocked that he couldn’t say a
word.
TOO
He was _______________________ words.
2.The changes in Lichtenstein’s work were
dramatic.
CHANGED
Lichtenstein’s work had ___________________.
3. Perhaps war comics inspired him because of
his World War Two experiences.
MAY
War comics ____________________ because of his
World War Two experiences.
4. The stories weren’t the only thing that interested him.
WAS
___________________ the stories that interested
him.
5. It was easy to recognize his style.
EASILY
His style was ____________________.
6.The original image is much smaller than
Drowning girl.
MANY
Drowning girl is _________________ than the
original image.
Talk about it
In pairs or groups.
1) What differences are there between traditional
art and modern art?
2) Do you think modern art is easier or more
difficult to understand than traditional art? Why?
3) Is modern art easier to produce, in your
opinion?
4) Have you ever been shocked by a work of
modern art? If so, why?
Write about it
Write about a work of art that you like very much.
- Who made it? When? Where? Why?
- What does it portray?
- Where did you see it?
- Why do you like it?
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
25
Here's what you do:
•Go to search the DIFFERENCES
between traditional and modern
art on the internet.
•Answer the questions during the
session or at home
•Check with your HC session
leader.

WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
26

READ IT AND GOOGLE THE WORDS AND IF POSSIBLE TWEET IT TOO !
GOOGLEITLEARNITANDPLAYIT!
NITIVO
-
El libro es verde .................................. The book is green.
(Quién es? ................................... :....Who is it?
Soy profesor ........................................I'm a teacher.
Ésta es una mesa ...............................This is a table.
(Dónde está Alemania? .................. Where's Cermany?
No tardes .............................................. Don't be late.
Tráemelo................................................ Bring itto me.
Muéstramelo....................................... Show itto me.
Dámelo................................................. Give itto me.
Entrégamelo......................................
Deliver itto me.
Elbow (Codo)d

El tuyo es importante ................. Yours i s important.
Están en la sala de espera .........They're in the waiting room.
Mis libros son pesados ............... My books are heavy.
Tus calcetines son azules ............Your socks are blue.
Sus padres (de él) están aquí ...His parents are here.
venga! ivámonos! ......................Come onl Let's gol
¿Adónde quieres ir? .....................Where do you want to go?
¿Por qué tengo que hacerlo? ...Why do Ihave to do it?
Haz lo que digo .............................. Do what Isay.
Haz lo que te digo ........................Do what Itell you.
d
Shoulder (Hombro)
A

Wrist (Muñeca)
Vocabulario: loints (Articulaciones)
Me encantó t u presentación ........Iloved your presentation.
Ya se lo he dicho (a él)...................... I've already told him.
¿Cuándo piensas hacerlo? .............When are you planning to do it?
¿Qué te hace pensar eso? .............. What makes you think that?
Me obligaron a hacerlo .................. They made me do it.
víiddle Advancec
¡De haberlo sabido ...!....................... Had Iknown...!
No me suena (familiar) ................... Itdoesn't ring a bell.
Él es digno de confianza ................. He's trustworthy.
No me decepciones ..........................Don't let me down.
Cuento contigo ............... ;.................. I'm counting on you.
Se te olvidó firmarlo ....................You forgot to sign it.
¿Dónde debo firmarlo? .............Where am Isupposed to sign it?
Casi nunca estás de acuerdo ...You hardly ever agree.
Voy a mantener mi palabra ......l'm going to keep my word.
Me pregunto dónde estarán ....Iwonder where they are.
Ya no puedo con ello ................... Ican't take it anymore.
(Bromeas o qué? ........................... Are you kidding?
Acelera el ritmo ............................. Speed up the pace.
No te quedes atrás ....................... Don? fall behind.
Me estás pisando .......................... You're stepping on me.
1
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
27
A few and few are used with plural nouns (cups, people, Tvʼs) ; a little and little, with uncountable ones
(sugar,milk, time). If we leave out the a, it means that there is not enough of something; but if we kept it, it has a
positive sense, ie there is/are not a lot, but enough for our own purposes. Examples: There are a few plums. I
donʼt think we need to buy any today. There are few cherries; weʼd better go and buy some. Thereʼs a little
time left. Thereʼs little time left. FEWER PEOPLE (MENOS CONTABLE) LESS SUGAR (MENOS INCONTABLE)
SURF IT, GOOGLE IT, PLAY IT!
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
28
WRITE IT OUT !
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
29
1 Circle the correct verb form.
1 They like to / like swimming.
2 I decided to / decided take the job.
3 We’d like / We like dancing.
4 He’s looking forward to see / seeing his grandchildren.
5 Do you wanting / want to have a party?
6 I’d like / I like to live in Spain when I retire.
7 Would you like learning / to learn another language?
8 We hope / hoping to get married next year.
9 She’s thinking of to buy / buying a new car.
10 He can’t read / reading – he’s only a baby.
1 point for each correct answer
2 Circle the correct letter.
1 a Do you like mineral water?
b Would you like some mineral water?
Yes, please. I’m very thirsty.
2 a What sort of films do you like?
b Which film would you like to see?
Romances and comedies.
3 a Where do you like going on holiday?
b Would you like to go on holiday next month?
I’d love to but I’m too busy.
4 a I’d like to visit Australia one day.
b I like Australia.
Yes, I would too.
1 point for each correct answer
3 Complete the sentences with the correct will or going to
form of the verbs in brackets.
1 ‘I’ve got a lot of cleaning to do.’ ‘Don’t worry, I (help)
’ll help ____________ you.’
2 They moved house because they (have)
____________ another baby.
3 ‘I must give Henry his present.’ ‘I (take)
____________ it, I (see) ____________ him later
today.
4 ‘What time is the supermarket open on Sunday?’ ‘I
don’t know. I (do) ____________ the shopping later
so I (ask) ____________ .’
5 Don’t come and meet me – I (not get) ____________
lost.
6 ‘Sally got a new job yesterday.’ ‘That’s good news – I
(ring) ____________ and congratulate her.’
7 ‘Are you free this evening?’ ‘No, we (visit)
____________ Jon’s parents.’
8 Keith went to work in Asia last month so I (not see)
____________ him for a long time.
9 (telephone) ______ you ______ a friend after this
lesson?
1 point for each correct answer
4 Complete the words in the paragraph.
re ing o We (1) a__ go___ t__ Australia next January. We both
(2) lo__ diving so we plan to spend the first two weeks at
the Barrier Reef. After that, we (3) a__ fly__ to Sydney
(4) t__ vi__ my cousins. We (5) ha__ some old friends in
Perth and we are going to see them too. We (6) wa__ t__
tra__ by train from one side of the country to the other. I
(7) a__ go__ t__ lo__ on the Internet to (8) fi__ o__ how
long the journey takes.
2 points for each correct answer
5 Complete the phrases with have, go, or come.
have 1 ______ a party
2 ______ a sore throat
3 ______ out shopping
4 ______ to your
English lesson
5 ______ and see us
6 ______ far
1 point for each correct answer
6 Complete the conversation with the correct form of have,
go, or come.
having A We’re (1) ______ a party at the end of term. Do you
want to (2) ______ ?
B Yes, great. Who is (3) ______ to bring the music?
A Gina. She’s a DJ so she (4) ______ all the equipment.
B That’s good. Are the students in other classes
(5) ______?
A No, they’re not. I was (6) ______ to invite them but
they are (7) ______ a meal together.
B That’s unfortunate. I like (8) ______ to parties with
lots of people – I think you can (9) ______ more fun.
1 point for each correct answer
20 UNI T 5 Test A New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
5
Test A
9
3
10
14
10
8
7 ______ no time
8 ______ news for you
9 dreams ______ true
10 ______ here and
speak to me
11 ______ on holiday
Britain releases secret UFO records
The British government has released over 1,000 pages of secret
files on UFO sightings to the public. It is the first time records on
flying saucers and other unexplained objects have been made
available. Britain’s National Archives put the documents online
following requests from members of the public. Britain’s freedom of information
laws meant the documented reports could no longer be kept a secret. Officials
said that the names of many individuals who claimed they saw UFOs have been
blacked out to respect their privacy. They also said that information that was
vital to protect national security would not be released. There is a lot of data
from the 1970s and ‘80s, when the Cold War was at its height. In these two
decades, Russian fighter planes were often mistaken for alien spacecraft.
The reports do not say what people mistook little green men for.
Despite the secrecy of the documents, none of them contains any proof that
aliens exist. UFO expert David Clarke said: "The Ministry of Defense doesn't
have any evidence that our defenses were breached by alien craft….They never
found one, nor bits of one.” There are a number of unexplained cases in the
reports, but those in the know said that there are usually logical explanations
for these sightings. "The most common things are aircraft lights, bright stars
and planets, satellites…and things like that," explained another UFO specialist,
Nick Pope. One of the documents is a 1979 report prepared for British
politicians that rubbished the idea of "UFOlogy.” It stated that: “Her Majesty's
government has never been approached by people from outer space." There are
many people who disagree. The archive site is full of drawings and reports that
suggest we are not alone.
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
30
UNIT 6 : ALIENS ATTACK !
LOGI CAL EXPLANATI ONS: Do you have answer s f or t he wor l d’ s myst er i es?
Compl et e t hi s t abl e wi t h your i deas about t he t hi ngs i n t he l ef t col umn. Tal k wi t h
your par t ner s about your answer s. Change par t ner s of t en and shar e your f i ndi ngs.
Who has t he most l ogi cal expl anat i ons?
Thi ngs Your l ogi cal expl anat i on
UFOs

ghost s

t el epat hy

hypnot i sm

t he Yet i

mi r acl es
HELLO ALI EN: What woul d you ask an al i en i f you met one i n your
l ocal cof f ee shop? Wi t h your par t ner, wr i t e some quest i ons you
woul d l i ke t o ask t he al i en.   Take t ur ns i n bei ng t he al i en and
answer i ng t he quest i ons. Change par t ner s and answer your new
par t ner ’ s quest i ons.
1.
_________________________________________________________________
2.
_________________________________________________________________
3.
_________________________________________________________________
4.
_________________________________________________________________
5.
_________________________________________________________________
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
31
CHAT: I n pai r s / gr oups, deci de whi ch of t hese t opi cs or wor ds f r om t he
ar t i cl e ar e most i nt er est i ng and whi ch ar e most bor i ng.
 
secr et f i l es UFO si ght i ngs
onl i ne document s

i nf or mat i on l aws pr i vacy al i ens
secr ecy pr oof def enses
l ogi cal expl anat i ons
st ar s pl anet s sat el l i t es
TRUE / FALSE: Look at t he ar t i cl e’ s headl i ne and guess whet her t hese
sent ences ar e t r ue ( T) or f al se ( F) :
a. Br i t ai n’ s gover nment has put document s f r om al i ens on t he I nt er net .
T / F
b. Br i t i sh l aws make i t i mpossi bl e t o get i nf o f r om t he gover nment .
T / F
c. A l ot of dat a f r om t he sevent i es and ei ght i es was ver y col d.
T / F
d. Many Br i t i sh peopl e mi st ook Russi an f i ght er pi l ot s f or l i t t l e gr een men.
T / F
e. Some of t he r el eased document s show pr oof of al i en l i f e.
T / F
f . The Br i t i sh gover nment never f ound any evi dence of f l yi ng saucer s.
T / F
g. A gover nment r epor t sai d Br i t ai n has never been vi si t ed by al i ens.
T / F
h. Many peopl e bel i eve t her e i s evi dence t o suggest we ar e not al one.
T/ F
MOVIE MANIA
Here's what you do:
1.Go to search the video on youtube video hosting website or use
the link below
2.Click on the video you want to watch below.
3.Watch the video, and pay attention to it! (You can pause and
rewind the video.)
4.Answer the listening comprehension questions below the
video.
5.Check your answers with
your session leader.
ET The Extraterrestial (1982) Part 1(HD)
link : http://youtu.be/ewkroL1cP_Q
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
32
Voici la fiche de travail distribuée à la classe comme aide à la compréhension de l’oral et à
l’expression orale. Il ne s’agit surtout pas d’évaluer la compréhension à ce stade, mais bien
d’aider les élèves à comprendre la situation ainsi que les paroles échangées par les
personnages, c’est pourquoi on donnera une partie de la réponse, afin de mettre les élèves sur
la bonne voie :


E.T the extra-terrestrial (Part 1)

Watch this short video twice (= 2X), take a few notes if you want and get ready to
answer the questions in detail.

1. Nature of the document ?

2. Who are the characters : age and relationship ?

3. Circle the boys’ names : Ethan Eliot Patrick (Pat)
Alan Michael (Mike) Josh Mathew (Matt)

4. Who says this ?
a) I’ve got something really important to tell you. ………………………
b) Is it the coyote ? ………………………
c) He came back ! ………………………
d) I swear ! ………………………
e) Stand over there and…er… close your eyes.
………………………
f) Mum is gonna kill you ! ………………………

5. Do you find the scene rather…
tense funny sad mysterious quiet
lively frightening other : ……………….. ?

Be ready to justify your choice(s).


Etape 3

La mise en commun des réponses ira au delà de la seule annonce des réponses. Il faudra
laisser parler les élèves autant et aussi librement que possible, en exigeant des phrases
complètes et en les poussant à expliquer leurs choix, à faire part de leurs impressions, à
contredire ou à soutenir leurs camarades. Toute ambiguïté dans les réponses, toute hésitation
de la part des élèves seront des moments privilégiés, des occasions à ne pas manquer pour
favoriser l’interaction orale dans la classe. On pourra par exemple favoriser l’expression de
remarques personnelles en demandant après la mise en commun des réponses à l’exercice 2 :
Why do you think Eliot takes so many precautions (before introducing
E.T. to his brother) ?

Le professeur devra impérativement rester en retrait à ce stade, son rôle consistant à distribuer
la parole, à la faire circuler dans la classe, à faire enrichir et / ou corriger les productions des
élèves et à inscrire les meilleures d’entre elles au tableau afin qu’elles soient recopiées dans
les cahiers.
THINK ABOUT IT!
Why do you think Eliot takes so many precautions (before introducing E.T. to his brother) ?
________________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________________
The picture above makes me think of a famous religious scene. In fact it reminds me of a scene in
the Bible . Which one ? Hint : Sixtine Chapel!
_______________________________________________________________________________

MUSIC MANIA
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
33
E. T. Lyr i cs f t . Kanye West
VERSE 1
You' r e so hypnot i si ng
coul d u be t he devi l , coul d you be an angel
your t ouch magnet i zi ng
f eel s l i ke goi ng f l oat i ng, l eave my body gl owi ng
They say be af r ai d
you' r e not l i ke t he ot her s, f ut ur i st i c l over s
di f f er ent DNA, t hey dont under st and u
You' r e f r om a whol e ot her / anot her wor l d
a di f f er ent di mensi on
you open my eyes
and i m r eady t o go, l ead me i nt o t he l i ght
CHORUS
Ki ss me, k- k- ki ss me
i nf ect me wi t h your l ove, and f i l l me wi t h your poi son
t ake me, t - t - t ake me
wanna be your vi ct i m, r eady f or abduct i on
boy, you' r e an al i en, your t ouch so f ar away
i t s super nat ur al , ext r at er r est r i al
You' r e so super soni c
wanna f eel your power s, st un me wi t h your l aser s
your ki ss i s cosmi c, ever y move i s magi c
You' r e f r om a whol e ot her / anot her wor l d
a di f f er ent di mensi on
you open my eyes
and i m r eady t o go, l ead me i nt o t he l i ght
( r epeat chor us)
Ther e i s t hi s t r anscendent al , on anot her l evel
boy, you' r e my l ucky st ar
i wanna wal k on your wave l engt h
and be t her e when you vi br at e
f or you i r i sk i t al l
REPEAT CHORUS
i t s super nat ur al , ext r at er r est r i al Ext r at er r est r i al
H
ere's w
h
at yo
u
d
o
:
•G
o to search the m
usic
video by K
aty P
erry and

K
anye W
est on the internet.
•W
rite dow
n w
hatever
you hear first.
•Translate the verses
and chorus!
•W
atch the video, and
pay attention to it! •You can pause and rew
ind the video
•C
heck w
ith your H
C
se
ssio
n
le
a
d
e
r.
WRITE IT OUT!
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
34
1 Match the questions and answers.
e 1 What are her paintings like? ___
2 Did you like the play? ___
3 What does your boyfriend like? ___
4 What was the play like? ___
5 What’s your boyfriend like? ___
6 Does anyone like her paintings? ___
a Yes, they are very popular.
b It was OK but it was a bit sad.
c No, I didn’t. It was boring.
d He’s very kind and he’s got a sense of humour.
e The ones in the National Gallery are interesting.
f Cars and motorbikes.
1 point for each correct answer
2 Write the questions. Use What . . . like? / like.
Did like A (1) ______ you ______ Amsterdam?
B Yes, we liked it very much.
A (2) ______ Amsterdam ______ ?
B It’s smaller than London so it’s easy to find places.
A (3) ____________ the food?
B Yes, I did, but I like Spanish and Italian food more.
A (4) ______ it ______?
B It’s a bit like British and German food – meat,
potatoes, and vegetables. And lots of cheese!
A (5) ______ the countryside ______ ?
B It’s flat! It’s the flattest place I’ve ever been to.
A Where did you stay? (6) ______ your hotel ______ ?
B It was quite small but nice and very central.
1 point for each correct answer
3 Complete the sentences with the correct form of the
adjectives in brackets.
heavier than 1 She is (heavy) ____________ her brother.
2 It’s (beautiful) ____________ building in Paris.
3 He’s (good) ____________ student in the class.
4 This is (bad) ____________ meal I’ve ever had.
5 She was born in May and he was born in June 1988 so
he’s not (old) ____________ her.
6 Of course £100 is (expensive) ____________ $100!
7 The girls are noisy, but the boys are (noisy) ________ .
8 It’s 35°C in Milan and Athens. Milan is (hot)
____________ Athens.
9 It’s –15°C in Chicago and –20°C in Stockholm.
Chicago is not (cold) ____________ Stockholm.
10 ‘How’s your cold?’ ‘I’m (good) ____________ now,
thank you.’
11 His second wife is (bad) ____________ than the first!
1 point for each correct answer
4 Complete the verbs in the phrases.
uy 1 b___ stocks and shares
2 m______ a will
3 in______ a lot of money from someone
4 in______ money in stocks and shares
5 ar______ a thief
6 amp______ a leg
7 li______ in poverty
8 op______ a bank account
9 sp______ a child
10 we______ ragged clothes
1 point for each correct answer
5 Match the words in A with a synonym in B and an antonym
in C.
A B C
1 fed up rich horrible
2 untidy wonderful old
3 wealthy bored poor
4 brilliant new tidy
5 modern messy interested
1 point for each correct answer
6 Correct the sentences.
cleverer 1 She is more clever than her sister. ________
2 It’s the most good city in the world. ________
3 Bologna is the older university in Europe. ________
4 A car is most expensive than a bicycle. ________
5 London is more wet than Rome. ________
1 point for each correct answer
24 UNI T 6 Test A New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
6
Test A
5
5
10
9
8
4
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
35
UNIT 7 : IVE BEEN THERE & DONE THAT!
ESL Advance Level · Shopping Survey · Pair Practice · Writing · Discussion
Present Perfect Tense (1)
elsworksheetsandlessonplans.com © Paul J. Hamel 2010 · Lesson 0107
Read the questions in the supermarket shopping survey. 1
1. Has Judy ever shopped in this store before? ______________________________________________
2. Has she ever eaten this store's ice cream? _______________________________________________
3. Has she ever used coupons before? ____________________________________________________
4. Have you ever answered a shopping survey? _____________________________________________
5. Have you ever used coupons in a supermarket? ___________________________________________
6. Have you ever been to an outside farmer's market? ________________________________________
7. Has the supermarket clerk ever overcharged you for food? __________________________________
8. Have you ever received samples of new products by mail? __________________________________
9. Have you shopped at the same market for a long time? _____________________________________
10. Have you ever worked in the supermarket? ______________________________________________
Answer the questions in writing using the present perfect tense. 4
Fill in the blanks with verbs in the present perfect tense. 5
Yes, she has shopped in the store before.
Judy Tanaka __________ in this city and __________ in the same market for a very
long time. This is the frst time that anybody _________ her and _________ questions
about her buying habits. A woman asked her, “__________ you ever __________ our
ice cream? Judy answered, "No, Ì __________ your ice cream, but Ì __________ in

this store many times before.”
has lived
Pair-Practice: Practice answering and asking questions with
another student. Use the questions above. See examples.ʇ
Student 1: Have you ever____________?

Student 2: Yes, I have. or No, I haven’t.
VERB PHRASES
visited your local library?
been to a play?
attended a concert?
visited the zoo?
enjoyed a circus?
used your cell phone today?
listen to your favorite radio station.
helped a friend?
played a musical instrument?
eaten in a Chinese restaurant?
had a bad haircut?
TIME EXPRESSIONS
never ... before
many times
once
A store employee is asking Judy Tanaka some shopping survey questions.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
No.
Yes.
No.
4. Have you ever tasted our ice cream?
1. Have you ever been in this store before?
3. Have you ever used coupons before?
2. Have you ever tried our store brands?
5. Have you ever purchased our produce?
6. Have you ever answered a survey before?
Can I ask
you a few
questions?
Who? Me?
Sure!
Welcome
to our
store. We
have been
at your
service for
100 years.
2
Pair-Practice: Practice answering and asking questions
with another student. Use some of the expressions in the
box to the right. See examples.ʇ
Student 1: How many times have you _________?

Student 2: I’ve __________ .
twice
three times
a few times
Have you
ever been
here before?
Yes,
I have.
How many times
have you been
here?
I’ve been
here a few
times.
3
lived shop
stop ask
tasted
try be
SPEAK UP! Use t he expr essi ons
and phr ases bel ow, Practice answering and asking questions with
another student. Use the questions above. See examples.
Student 1: Have you ever____________?

Student 2: Yes, I have. or No, I haven’t.
Pair-Practice: Practice answering and asking questions
with another student. Use some of the expressions in the
3
VERB PHRASES been t o Mar s? vi si t ed your l ocal l i br ar y?
been t o a pl ay? at t ended a concer t ? vi si t ed
t he zoo? enj oyed a ci r cus? used your cel l
phone t oday? l i st en t o your f avor i t e r adi o
st at i on. hel ped a f r i end? pl ayed a musi cal
i nst r ument ? eat en i n a Chi nese r est aur ant ?
had a bad hai r cut ?
TI ME EXPRESSI ONS
never . . . bef or e many t i mes once
t wi ce t hr ee t i mes a f ew t i mes
Answer the questions in writing using the right tense
1. Has Judy ever shopped in this store before? ______________________________________________
2. Has she ever eaten this store's ice cream? _______________________________________________
3. Has she ever used coupons before? ____________________________________________________
4. Have you ever answered a shopping survey? _____________________________________________
5. Have you ever used coupons in a supermarket? ___________________________________________
6. Have you ever been to an outside farmer's market? ________________________________________
7. Has the supermarket clerk ever overcharged you for food? __________________________________
8. Have you ever received samples of new products by mail? __________________________________
9. Have you shopped at the same market for a long time? _____________________________________
10. Have you ever worked in the supermarket? ______________________________________________
Answer the questions in writing using the present perfect tense.
4
Fill in the blanks with verbs in the present perfect tense.
Yes, she has shopped in the store before.
REMINDER : Present Perfect vs.
Past Simple tenses
We use the Past Simple tense
to talk about a definite
finished or completed time in
the past. For example: when,
yesterday, last week, when I was
at school, then, after, ago, etc.
Examples I finished university three years
ago. Where did we first meet? I didn't study
French at school.
We use the Present Perfect tense with time
references that refer to the time up to
now. For example: today, this week, this
month, ever, never, already, recently, yet,
since (desde) and for (desde hace) also
uncertainty, not sure, hasn’t happened
yet or work experience.
Examples I haven't seen her today. Have
you ever smoked a cigarette? I have never
been abroad before.
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
36
P
re
p
o
s
itio
n
s

In
B
ritis
h
E
n
g
lis
h
, a
t
is
u
s
e
d
w
ith
m
a
n
y

tim
e
e
x
p
re
s
s
io
n
s,
e
.g
.: A
t C
h
ristm
as/fi
ve
'o
' clo
ck
, at th
e
w
eek
en
d
In
A
m
e
rica
n
E
n
g
lis
h
,
o
n
is
a
lw
a
y
s
u
s
e
d

w
h
e
n
ta
lk
in
g
a
b
o
u
t
th
e
w
e
e
k
e
n
d
, n
o
t a
t,
e
.g
.: W
ill th
ey still b
e
th
ere o
n
th
e w
eek
en
d
?
In
B
ritis
h
E
n
g
lis
h
, a
t
is
o
fte
n
u
s
e
d
w
h
e
n

ta
lk
in
g
a
b
o
u
t
u
n
iv
e
rs
itie
s o
r o
th
e
r
in
stitu
tio
n
s
.
In
sen
ten
ces w
h
ich

talk ab
o
u
t an
actio
n
in
th
e p
ast th
at h
as an
ef
ect in
th
e p
resen
t:
U
S /U
K
En
g
lish

Jenny feels ill. She ate
too m
uch.
Jen
n
y feels ill. Sh
e's eaten
to
o
m
u
ch
.
I can't fi
nd m
y keys. D
id
you see them

anyw
here?
I can
't fi
n
d
m
y keys.
H
ave yo
u
seen
th
em
an
yw
h
ere?
In sentences which
contain the words
already, just or yet:
American English /
British English
A: Are they going to the
show tonight?
B: No. They already saw
it. A: Are they going
to the show tonight?
B: No. They've already
seen it. A: Is Samantha
here? B: No, she just
left.
A: Is Samantha here?
B: No, she's just left.
Fill in the blanks with verbs in the present perfect tense.
ESL Advance Level · Shopping Survey · Pair Practice · W
riting · Discussion
P
resen
t P
erfect Ten
se (1)
elsworksheetsandlessonplans.com
© Paul J. Hamel 2010 · Lesson 0107
Read the questions in the supermarket shopping survey.
1
1. Has Judy ever shopped in this store before? ______________________________________________
2. Has she ever eaten this store's ice cream? _______________________________________________
3. Has she ever used coupons before? ____________________________________________________
4. Have you ever answered a shopping survey? _____________________________________________
5. Have you ever used coupons in a supermarket? ___________________________________________
6. Have you ever been to an outside farmer's market? ________________________________________
7. Has the supermarket clerk ever overcharged you for food? __________________________________
8. Have you ever received samples of new products by mail? __________________________________
9. Have you shopped at the same market for a long time? _____________________________________
10. Have you ever worked in the supermarket? ______________________________________________
Answer the questions in writing using the present perfect tense.
4
Fill in the blanks with verbs in the present perfect tense.
5
Yes, she has shopped in the store before.
Judy Tanaka __________ in this city and __________ in the same market for a very
long time. This is the frst time that anybody _________ her and _________ questions
about her buying habits. A woman asked her, “__________ you ever __________ our
ice cream? Judy answered, "No, Ì __________ your ice cream, but Ì __________ in

this store many times before.”
has lived
Pair-Practice: Practice answering and asking questions with
another student. Use the questions above. See examples.ʇ Student 1: Have you ever____________?

Student 2: Yes, I have. or No, I haven’t.
VERB PHRASES
visited your local library?
been to a play?
attended a concert?
visited the zoo?
enjoyed a circus?
used your cell phone today?
listen to your favorite radio station. helped a friend?
played a musical instrument?
eaten in a Chinese restaurant?
had a bad haircut?
TIME EXPRESSIONS
never ... before
many times
once
A store employee is asking Judy Tanaka some shopping survey questions.
Yes.
Yes.
Yes.
No.
Yes.
No.
4. Have you ever tasted our ice cream?
1. Have you ever been in this store before?
3. Have you ever used coupons before?
2. Have you ever tried our store brands?
5. Have you ever purchased our produce?
6. Have you ever answered a survey before?
Can I ask
you a few
questions?
Who? Me?
Sure!
Welcome
to our
store. We
have been
at your
service for
100 years.
2
Pair-Practice: Practice answering and asking questions
with another student. Use some of the expressions in the
box to the right. See examples.ʇ
Student 1: How many times have you _________?

Student 2: I’ve __________ . twice
three times
a few times
Have you
ever been
here before?
Yes,
I have.
How many times
have you been
here?
I’ve been
here a few
times.
3
lived
shop
stop
ask
tasted
try
be
WAS (SINGULAR PAST- ERA/FUE/ESTABA) WERE (FUERON/ERAN/ESTABAN)
!
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"#$$!#%!&'(!)$*%+,!-,#%.!&'(!/(0),!.#/(%!*&!&'(!)1&&12!13!&'(!4*.(5
!
I have _______________the highest mountains
I have ________________ through the fields
Only to be with you (x2)
I have ________________ I have ______________
I have ________________ these city walls(x2)
Only to be with you
Chorus:
But I still haven't __________________What I'm looking for
But I still haven't __________________
What I'm looking for
I have _________________ honey lips
Felt the healing fingertips
It ______________ like fire
This burning desire
I have _______________ with the tongue of angels
I have _____________ the hand of the devil
It was warm in the night
I was cold as a stone
Chorus
I believe in the Kingdom Come
Then all the colours will
Bleed into one (x2)
But yes I'm still running
You ________________ the bonds
You _______________ the chains
________________the cross and
All my shame (x2)
You know I believe it
MUSIC MANIA
Fill in the blanks using the verbs given below.
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
37
V
erb
s : ru
n
, craw
l, clim
b
, fi
n
d
, kiss,
sp
eak, h
o
ld
, scale,
b
reak, lo
o
se, carry, b
u
rn
.
T
ran
slate th
e
sen
ten
ce b
elo
w
. M
ake
co
m
m
en
ts ab
o
u
t it. Then all the colours w
ill
bleed into one .
THINK ABOUT IT!
Complete the sentences using your own words.
a. I still haven’t found ________________________________________________.
b. I believe in ______________________________________________________ .
c. The highest mountains are ___________________________________________ .
d. It was _____________________ as the sun.
e. I’m looking for ___________________________________________________.
f. I’m still ________________________________________________________ .
H
ere's w
h
at yo
u
d
o
:
•G
o to search the m
usic video S
till
havenʼt found w
hat Iʼm
looking for
by U
2 on the internet.
•W
atch the video, and pay
attention to it!
•You can pause and rew
ind the
video

C
heck w
ith your H
C
se
ssio
n

le
a
d
e
r.
! ! ! ! ! ! ! MOVIE MANIA
Here's what you do:
1.Go to search the video on youtube video hosting website or use
the link below
2.Click on the video you want to watch below.
3.Watch the video, and pay attention to it! (You can pause and
rewind the video.)
4.Answer the listening comprehension questions below the
video.
5.Check your answers with your session leader.
Hereafter Cooking Scene (2011)
link :http://youtu.be/WvqDqi8-Mpc
Questions
1. How long is the cooking course for ?
_______________________.
2 weeks
10 weeks
5 weeks
2. What's the first things that the chef asks his students to do?
To find a partner
To make a broth
To cut onions
3. One of the reasons that the woman was late was because
_______________________.
her alarm clock didn't go off
the road was closed
she couldn't find the class
4. Another reason that the woman was late was because it took a long time to
process her _______________________.
application
visa
course of studies
5. Which of the following statements is not true?
Some of the students in the class have already worked together.
Some of the students came to the class in pairs.
By the time the woman came into the classroom, everyone had already found a
partner.
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
38
If I were a super hero, I would … I wouldn’t …
1. _________________________________________________________________
2. _________________________________________________________________
3. _________________________________________________________________
4. _________________________________________________________________
5. _________________________________________________________________
6. _________________________________________________________________
7. _________________________________________________________________
First conditional
We use the first conditional to talk about situations that are possible or likely to
happen. If he finishes his homework, he’ll go to the cinema.
Second conditional
We use the second conditional to talk about situations which are imaginary or
unlikely to happen. If I met Leonardo DiCaprio, I’d ask him for his autograph.
Third conditional
We use the third conditional to talk about imaginary or hypothetical situations in
the past. If she had got up earlier, she wouldn’t have missed the train.
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
39
UNIT 8 : IF I WERE A SUPERHERO...
If I were a famous person, I would … I wouldn’t …
1. _________________________________________________________________
2. _________________________________________________________________
3. _________________________________________________________________
4. _________________________________________________________________
5. _________________________________________________________________
6. _________________________________________________________________
7. _________________________________________________________________
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
40
! ! ! ! ! ! ! MOVIE MANIA
Here's what you do:
1.Go to search the video on youtube video hosting website or use
the link below
2.Click on the video you want to watch below.
3.Watch the video, and pay attention to it! (You can pause and
rewind the video.)
4.Answer the listening comprehension questions below the
video.
5.Check your answers with your session leader.
Speed (1994) Theatrical Trailer
link :http://youtu.be/aRmhneo5A48
Questions
1. Talk to your partner about these question:
What would you do if you got stuck in an
elevator?
_______________________________________________
2. You are going to watch a part of the movie “Speed”. First, match the words below
with their meanings:
1 Express elevator ( ) An object made or built for a particular purpose
2 Device ( ) A panel that leads to a restricted area
3 Bomb ( ) People who take an elevator, a bus, a plane, etc.
4 Emergency brakes ( ) An elevator which doesn’t stop on every floor
5 To blow ( ) A floor built below ground level
6 Access panel ( ) A device which has been made to explode
7 Basement ( ) To destroy or to be destroyed by an explosion
8 Passengers ( ) Devices that stop an elevator from falling
3. Why did the elevator fall? What had happened before? Decide whether the sentences
are True or False:
( ) The elevator fell because it hadn’t been checked.
( ) The elevator fell because someone had detonated a bomb.
( ) The elevator fell because the repair guys hadn’t fixed it properly.
( ) The elevator fell because the cables had broken.
( ) The elevator fell because there were too many people in it.
( ) The elevator fell because the emergency brakes had failed.
( ) The elevator fell because there had been an explosion.
4. Fill in with the right verbs.
She ___________________ (talk) to him if she ___________________________ (know) he was sick.
If someone ______________________ (tell) me, I ______________________ (go-neg.) to the concert.
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
41


WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
42
QUIERO/ QUIERE QUE VENGA, VAYA, HAGA , JUEGUE ETC ...
ANSWERS
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
43
GOOGLE IT, SURF IT, TWEET IT!
PUB QUIZ
MUSIC MANIA
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
44
H
ere's w
h
at yo
u
d
o
:
•G
o to search the m
usic
video W
hat H
ave You
D
one by W
ithin
tem
ptation on the internet.
•W
atch the video, and
pay attention to it! •You can pause and rew
ind the video
•C
heck w
ith your H
C
se
ssio
n
le
a
d
e
r.
1.Listen to the song once without looking at the words.
2. Listen to the song again and tick the words that you hear.
Hurt/cut voices/choices laugh/love done/gone Fighting/trying believing/
be leaving
3. Listen to the chorus and complete the gaps.
I, I've been __________ for someone like you But now you are slipping _________ What have
you done now? Why, Why does fate _______ us sufer There's a curse between us
__________ me and you
4. Listen to this fifth part of the song and put the sentences in order.
What have you done Cause you have turned into my worst enemy?
Would you mind if I tried to It's over now You carry hate that I feel Would you mind if I
killed you?
5.Look now at the future forms. What do they express? Sudden decision? Prediction?
Opinion?
__________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________
__________________________________________________________________________________________
WRITE IT OUT!
1 Use the information in the table to write seven first
conditional sentences.
you drive too fast, you have a gap year.
they have enough money, they see her new baby.
she doesn’t pass her exams, she post them to you.
If I don’t visit my sister this weekend, I keep it.
she finds your keys, she buy a flat.
our new dog bites the children, we walk.
it rains, I have an accident.
If you drive too fast, you’ll have an accident. 1 ___________________________________________
2 ___________________________________________
3 ___________________________________________
4 ___________________________________________
5 ___________________________________________
6 ___________________________________________
7 ___________________________________________
1 point for each correct answer
2 Write questions. Use the first conditional.
1 I/pass my exam/I/work hard?
Will I pass my exam if I work hard? ___________________________________________
2 you/ring me/they/be late?
___________________________________________
3 Jack/come and visit/he/have time?
___________________________________________
4 what/they/do/Mary/not come?
___________________________________________
5 where/he/work/he/leave his job?
___________________________________________
6 who/you/ask/you/have a problem?
___________________________________________
1 point for each correct answer
3 Circle the correct conjunction of time and write the correct
form of the verb in brackets.
bring 1 When / Before they arrive, (bring) ______ them to me.
2 While / After we (leave) ______ San Francisco, we’re
driving to L.A.
3 While / As soon as I (arrive) ______ , I’ll ring you.
4 Let’s not got out while / until the rain (stop) ______ .
5 Water the plants as soon as / while I (be) ______ away.
6 I’ll cook dinner until / before I (go) ______ out.
2 points for each correct answer
4 Complete the sentences with when or if.
when 1 I’ll tell my cousin ______ I see her.
2 He’ll give me the photo ______ he can find it.
3 ______ I get back from my holiday, I’ll stop smoking.
4 I’ll be surprised ______ England win the World Cup.
5 I’ll ring you ______ I get home.
6 He’ll cook dinner ______ his wife gets home.
1 point for each correct answer
5 Write true sentences.
I’ll have a beer 1 When I get home, ____________________ .
2 If I stay at home tonight, ____________________ .
3 ____________________ , I’ll leave a message.
4 ____________________ , I’ll ask my teacher.
5 I’ll stay in a hotel ____________________ .
6 When I go on holiday, ____________________ .
1 point for each correct answer
6 Circle the correct word.
1 Can I have another single / pillow , please?
2 There is a megalopolis / microchip in a mobile phone.
3 The new city has grown at an ugly / incredible speed.
4 China is a communist / commute country.
5 In the future, we will grow new medicine / kidneys.
6 There are vision / concrete office blocks everywhere.
7 Shenzhen is an environment / a shocking place.
8 He’s optimistic / pessimismabout the future.
9 We drove along the basement / highway.
1 point for each correct answer
38 UNI T 9 Test B New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
9
Test B
6
10
5
5
8
’ll
won’t
5
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
45
39 Test B UNI T 9 New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
7 Put the words and phrases in the correct columns.
angry back home care a cold friends me a favour
on well with (somebody) a photograph a reservation
some shopping up your mind
get do
angry 1 ____________ 7 ____________
2 ____________ 8 ____________
3 ____________ make
4 ____________ 9 ____________
take 10 ____________
5 ____________ 11 ____________
6 ____________
1 point for each correct answer
8 Complete the sentences. Use the verb phrases from exercise 7
in the correct form.
am getting a cold 1 I feel ill – I think I ____________________ .
2 You can’t buy trousers and a jumper so
____________________ .
3 They like their aunt. They ____________________ .
4 Would you ____________________ and let me use
your phone?
5 I’d like ____________________ , please. I want a
double room for two nights.
6 ‘Who ____________________ of the class?’ ‘Jan did
with her new camera.’
1 point for each correct answer
9 Read the text. Are the sentences true (T) or false (F)?
A few years ago Shenzhen was a small fishing village in the middle of
fields. Since then, it has become an enormous industrial city. Millions
of Chinese people have moved from the countryside to work in the
new factories. The factories in Shenzhen make clothes, toys, and
electronic goods for Western countries. One in every three pairs of
shoes in the world is made here.
The workers in Shenzhen come from all over China and they work
long hours for low pay, because life in the countryside is worse. The
workers don’t live with their families; their homes are dormitories
where they live and sleep with the other factory workers.
Under Chinese law, people mustn’t work more than eight hours a
day, they shouldn’t do more than 40 hours extra work a week and
they must get more than $66 a month. However, the international
human rights charity, Amnesty International, says workers often have
to work much longer hours and they are not paid enough money. The
charity also estimates that an average of 13 workers a day lose a
finger or an arm in an industrial accident.
1 Shenzhen used to be a small village. __
2 The city of Shenzhen has developed quickly. __
3 The workers are from the countryside near Shenzhen.
__
4 People in other countries buy things made in there. __
5 The factories only make shoes. __
6 Working in the countryside is better than working in
the factories. __
7 The workers don’t take their families to Shenzhen. __
8 Factory working conditions are good. __
9 Some factory owners break the law. __
10 Accidents in the factories are unusual. __
2 points for each correct answer
10 Make notes about the advantages and disadvantages of
travelling by bicycle. Use your notes and the words and
phrases in the box to write a text giving your opinions.
First of all Also for example However Firstly
Secondly Despite the disadvantages
12 points divided between content and accurate use of linkers
11 Complete the conversation between a hotel receptionist (R)
and a client (C).
orning R Good (1) m______ , madam.
C Good morning. I’d like to (2) m______ a r______ .
R Certainly. A (3) s______ or a d______ ?
C A double, please.
R (4) W______ is it for?
C It’s for one night, the tenth of this month.
R Yes, that’s OK. (5) C______ I h______ your n______ ,
please?
C Clare King. (6) C______ you t______ me h______
m______ it is?
R £200 including breakfast. Can I have your (7) c______
card number?
C Yes, here you are.
R Can I have a contact number?
C 01865 353678.
R Thank you. That’s fine. We (8) l______ f______ to
s______ you on the tenth.
C Thanks, I’ll see you then.
2 points for each correct answer
TOTAL
10
5
20
12
14
100
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
46
Strong
Must/ Mustn’t/ Have to
Should/ Shouldn’t
Don’t have to
Weak
The diference between must and have to is that
must is an obligation that comes from the speaker and
have to is an obligation from outside e.g. police, boss,
family etc. The Highway Code probably uses MUST and
MUSNʼT because itʼs easier to understand and it also
reinforces the idea that these rules are so important that
itʼs a self- obligation to follow them.
What is the stopping
distance for a normal car
travelling at 80km/h? ______
What is the speed limit for a
car driving in a built up area?
_______________________
What is the speed limit for
a car driving on a
motorway?________
Do pelican crossings have
lights? _________
Which light signals mean
ʻstopʼ? ____________
Can you wait in a box
junction if you are turning
right? ______________
Can you reverse into a main
road? _________
Can you stop on the hard
shoulder of a motorway?
_________________________
What do the following signs mean?
!

© Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2004


Downloaded Irom www.onestopneglish.com - !"#$%&'()!*#$%&+(
!
,-./.01)(02)"34)5.136(7)8924)
"#$!%&$!'()&*+,!-./$!0.!+1#*$2!0&$#$!34$#0(.1#5!6+7$!#42$!
,.4!4#$!80&$!(1/$9:!0.!&$;<!,.4!=(1/!0&$!2()&0!<+)$5!
!
>5! ?&+0!/.!0&$!=.;;.*(1)!#()1#!@$+1A!
!
!
!
!
!
BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBB! ! BBBBBBBBB!
BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBB! ! BBBBBBBBB!
!
2.! ?&+0!/.!0&$#$!#()1#!@$+1A
!
BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBBB!! BBBBBBBBB!
BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBBB!! BBBBBBBBB!
!
C5! ?&+0!(#!0&$!:*9;;.01)2.:*(0<4!=.2!+!1.2@+;!D+2!02+E$;;(1)!+0!
FG@<&A!
H5! ?&+0!(#!0&$!:;442)=.>.*!=.2!+!D+2!/2(E(1)!(1!+!I4(;0!4<!+2$+A!
F5! ?&+0!(#!0&$!:;442)=.>.*!=.2!+!D+2!/2(E(1)!.1!+!@.0.2*+,A!
J5! K.!;4=.<(0)<-9::.01:!&+E$!;()&0#A!
7.! ?&(D&!=.13*):.10(=:!@$+1!8#0.<:A
8.! -+1!,.4!*+(0!(1!+!?9@)AB0<*.90!(=!,.4!+2$!0421(1)!2()&0A
9.! -+1!,.4!2$E$2#$!(10.!+!@+(1!2.+/A
10.!-+1!,.4!#0.<!.1!0&$!3(-2):39B=24-!.=!+!>9*9-6(7A!!
!
!
!

© Macmillan Publishers Ltd 2004


Downloaded Irom www.onestopneglish.com - !"#$%&'()!*#$%&+(
!
,-./.01)(02)"34)5.136(7)8924)
"#$!%&$!'()&*+,!-./$!0.!+1#*$2!0&$#$!34$#0(.1#5!6+7$!#42$!
,.4!4#$!80&$!(1/$9:!0.!&$;<!,.4!=(1/!0&$!2()&0!<+)$5!
!
>5! ?&+0!/.!0&$!=.;;.*(1)!#()1#!@$+1A!
!
!
!
!
!
BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBB! ! BBBBBBBBB!
BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBB! ! BBBBBBBBB!
!
2.! ?&+0!/.!0&$#$!#()1#!@$+1A
!
BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBBB!! BBBBBBBBB!
BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBBBB! BBBBBBBB!! BBBBBBBBB!
!
C5! ?&+0!(#!0&$!:*9;;.01)2.:*(0<4!=.2!+!1.2@+;!D+2!02+E$;;(1)!+0!
FG@<&A!
H5! ?&+0!(#!0&$!:;442)=.>.*!=.2!+!D+2!/2(E(1)!(1!+!I4(;0!4<!+2$+A!
F5! ?&+0!(#!0&$!:;442)=.>.*!=.2!+!D+2!/2(E(1)!.1!+!@.0.2*+,A!
J5! K.!;4=.<(0)<-9::.01:!&+E$!;()&0#A!
7.! ?&(D&!=.13*):.10(=:!@$+1!8#0.<:A
8.! -+1!,.4!*+(0!(1!+!?9@)AB0<*.90!(=!,.4!+2$!0421(1)!2()&0A
9.! -+1!,.4!2$E$2#$!(10.!+!@+(1!2.+/A
10.!-+1!,.4!#0.<!.1!0&$!3(-2):39B=24-!.=!+!>9*9-6(7A!!
!
!
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
47
UNIT 9 : YOU MUST AND YOU HAVE TO DO IT...
Using have to, supposed to, and ought to
Have to is the same as must. It implies that you don't have a choice. John has to go to work everyday.
The students have to study tonight.
To be supposed to means an obligation. It is something that you should do, or
something that another person expects you to do. Don't forget to use the verb be
in front of supposed to.
Sally is supposed to meet her friend tonight.
All of the employees are supposed to attend today's meeting.
Ought to means a suggestion. You should do something but you don't have to do
it.
We ought to clean the house tonight.
Phillip ought to help you with your homework.
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
48
Put should, shouldn’t, must, mustn’t, have to and don’t
have to in the spaces.
1. If you drive a car you ______________ have a driving licence.
2. If you drive a car you ______________ have insurance.
3. If you drive a car you ______________ have a radio.
4. If you drive a car you ______________ have road tax
on your car.
5. If you drive a car you ______________ have an MOT
for your car.
6. When you come to a roundabout you ______________
slow down.
7. If you are driving you ____________ use your mobile
phone.
8. When you are driving you ____________ wear a
seatbelt.
9. If you are a passenger you ___________ wear a
seatbelt.
10. You ________________ listen to your radio when you
are driving.
11. You ___________ stop at a red trafc light.
12. When you ride a bike you _____________ wear a
helmet.
13. You ___________ always drive carefully.
14. You ___________ stop at a zebra crossing all the time.
15. You ___________ smoke while you are driving.
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
49
H
ere's w
h
at yo
u
d
o
:
•G
o to search the m
usic video It m
u
st
b
e lo
ve by M
ad
n
ess on the internet.
•W
atch the video, and pay attention
to it!
•F
ill in the blanks
•You can pause and rew
ind the
video

C
heck w
ith your H
C
se
ssio
n

le
a
d
e
r.
I
never
thought
I'd ______
you
Half as much as
I ______
And I never thought
I'd feel this ______
The way I feel
About you
As soon as I ______
Every night, day
I know that it's you I ______
To take the blues ______
It be love, love, love
It be love, love, love
Nothing more, nothing ______
Love is the ______
How can it be that we can
Say so much without ?
Bless you and bless me
Bless the bees
And the birds
I've got to be near you
Every night, every day
I couldn't be ______
Any other way
To take the blues ______
Nothing more, nothing ______
Love is the ______
Read the lyrics and try to answer the following questions:
1.- Why is the singer so surprised?
2.- When does he realize how much he needs his love?
3.- What does he need?
4.- According to the song, what do we need apart from love?
5.- What does he conclude?
6.- Can you think of some of the things you feel when someone you love is far away?
Try to google up some words that express these feelings on the internet?
! ! ! ! ! ! ! MOVIE MANIA
Here's what you do:
1.Go to search the video on youtube video hosting website or use
the link below
2.Click on the video you want to watch below.
3.Watch the video, and pay attention to it! (You can pause and
rewind the video.)
4.Answer the listening comprehension questions below the
video.
5.Check your answers with your session leader.
The Universal Declaration of Human Rights
link :http://youtu.be/hTlrSYbCbHE
Questions (Google it too!)
■ How does the Universal Declaration of Human
Rights apply to your own life and the lives of
others in your community?
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
■ Are there any situations in which you have feared that an individual or government
might threaten your life, liberty or security?
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
■ What was the world climate in 1948 when the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
was proclaimed?
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
■ Has the world situation changed? How?
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
■ Is there still a need for the world's people to be reminded of the articles of the
declaration?
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
50
GOOGLE IT, SURF IT, PRACTICE IT!
May / might
may
We can use 'may' to ask for permission. However this is rather
formal and not used very often in modern spoken English
• May I borrow your pen?
• May we think about it?
We use 'may' to suggest something is possible
• It may rain later today.
• I may not have time to do it todaY
might
We use 'might' to suggest a small possibility of something. Often we read that 'might'
suggests a smaller possibility that 'may', there is in fact little diference and 'might is more
usual than 'may' in spoken English.
• She might be at home by now but it's not sure at all.
• It might rain this afternoon.
For the past, we use 'might have'.
• He might have tried to call while I was out.
• I might have dropped it in the street.
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
51
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
52
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
53
1 Circle the correct letter.
1 Guests … pay their bill before they leave the hotel.
a don’t have to b must c mustn’t
2 Do you … finish this today?
a should b have to c must
3 You … bring a hairdryer. There is one in every hotel
room.
a shouldn’t b mustn’t c don’t have to
4 You … forget to call me on my birthday.
a mustn’t b should c must
5 He wants to keep fit so he … walk not drive.
a shouldn’t b should c doesn’t have to
6 You … try to read a map while you are driving.
a shouldn’t b must c mustn’t
7 Do I have to work this evening?
a Yes, you have. b Yes, you should.
c No, you don’t.
1 point for each correct answer
2 Complete the sentences with the correct form of (not)
have to.
didn’t have to 1 I ____________ make my bed when I lived at home.
My mum always did it.
2 ______ police ____________ wear a uniform?
3 ______ you ____________ find a new dentist when
you moved house?
4 Many nurses ____________ work nights.
5 Laura’s gone home early because she ____________
get up early.
6 They ____________ wait for a long time for a taxi.
One arrived immediately.
7 She ____________ bring her credit card. The
company will pay for everything.
8 You ____________ study hard to become a doctor.
9 ______ Mary ____________ stay late at work often?
1 point for each correct answer
3 Complete the sentences with the modal verbs in the box. Use
each one once only.
don’t have to have to must mustn’t should shouldn’t
mustn’t 1 You ______ forget to take your antibiotics.
2 If you want to be fit, you ______ smoke.
3 My baby has an infection – I ______ call the doctor.
4 He doesn’t think his wife ______ buy a new car.
5 You ______ do the washing-up, come and sit down!
6 Do you ______ work late?
1 point for each correct answer
4 Circle the correct modal verbs.
1 ‘I’ve got a temperature and I feel awful.’ ‘I think you
must / should go to bed.’
2 When you go to another country, you should / must
take your passport.
3 You shouldn’t / mustn’t steal money.
4 Before you can go to university, you should / must get
the right qualifications.
5 We don’t think you must / should use your phone in
the cinema.
6 I have a dentist’s appointment later today and I should
/ must arrive on time.
7 Do you think he must / should see a specialist?
8 I don’t think you must / should lie to your mother.
9 ‘Must I do this test?’ ‘Yes, you must / do .’
1 point for each correct answer
5 Write true sentences.
1 At home, I have to ___________________________ .
2 At work/school, I don’t have to _________________ .
3 Next week, I must ___________________________ .
4 I don’t think people should ____________________ .
5 If you want to be happy, you should _____________ .
6 I mustn’t forget to ___________________________ .
1 point for each correct answer
6 Translate these jobs.
1 ambulance driver ____________
2 decorator ____________
3 detective ____________
4 lawyer ____________
5 mechanic ____________
6 farmer ____________
7 firefighter ____________
8 miner ____________
9 soldier ____________
10 plumber ____________
1 point for each correct answer
34 UNI T 8 Test B New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
8
Test B
6
8
5
8
6
10
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
54
Loungeroom lizard-ligon de discoteca,
en realidad es un termino utilizado en jerga para definir
a la gente que siempre visita los locales de moda
para presumir y que anda siempre intentando ligar
con las chicas
Things ain't cookin' in my kitchen-es una expresión
tipica que viene a significar que aun no se ha
logrado algo o asumir una situacion
planeada con antelacion
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
55
UNIT 10 : EVERYWHERE YOU GO...
H
ere's w
h
at yo
u
d
o
:
•G
o to search the m
usic video Take the
w
eather by C
row
ded H
ouse on the
internet.
•W
atch the video, and pay attention to
it!
•Translate the song and check their bio!
•You can pause and rew
ind the video
•C
heck w
ith your H
C
session leader.
Crowded House were a rock
band, formed in Melbourne,
Australia and led by New Zealand
singer-songwriter Neil Finn. Finn is
the primary songwriter and creative
director of the band, having led it
through several incarnations,
drawing members from New
Zealand (his brother, Tim
Finn and Eddie Rayner), Australia
(Paul Hester, Nick Seymour, Peter
Jones and Craig Hooper) and the
United States (Mark Hart, and Matt
Sherrod). Crowded House are
referred to as The Crowdies by
Australian fans. Queen Elizabeth
II bestowed an OBE on both Neil
and Tim Finn, in June 1993, for their
contribution to the music of New
Zealand.
■ What is usually the weather like in New Zealand? (How’s the weather in NZ?)
___________________________________________________________________
■ Does the track ‘‘weather’’ tell us that is a very cloudy day everywhere you go?
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
■ What kind of award is an OBE and who gives away such an award?
___________________________________________________________________
___________________________________________________________________
■ What does kiwi stand for? a fruit only???
___________________________________________________________________

snow
showers
sunny
rain
cloudy
hail
ys
nnu

snow
sunny
intervals
heavy
rain
showers
he
avy
niar

snow
showers
sunny
intervals
heavy rain
thunders
y t
hun
der

snow
showers
sunny
intervals
hail
rain
sn
wo

snow
showers
sunny
intervals
hail
rain
lia
h

snow
showers
sunny
intervals
heavy
rain showers
nai
r
sowe
rsh

snow showers
sunny
intervals
heavy
rain
so
nw
sohr
ew

snow showers
sunny
intervals
heavy
rain
inter
vsla
ynns
u

snow
showers
sunny lcuoyd
cloudy
rain
snow
showers
sunny lcuoyd
cloudy
rain
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
56
H
ere's w
h
at yo
u
d
o
:
•C
hoose the right answ
er
•Look carefully at the letters on the right! •Is It sunny? A
re there any
intervals?
• C
heck your H
C
session
leader
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
57
Tom Cruise is an actor who has played many different roles in movies
■ Who’s Antonio Banderas? FORMAL who-people
He’s an actor who has played action roles in movies like Zorro, Assassins.. ■ What is that chainsaw for? FORMAL which-things or living beings
It’s a DIY tool which is used in households to cut wood and metal...
■ What is the difference between a camel and a dromedary? INFORMAL that-in
general
A camel is an animal that has 2 humps on his back and a dromedary has
only one hump on its back....
■ How do you call that Dirty Harry actor??? INFORMAL that-things or people
You mean the actor that plays in the movie ‘‘Dirty Harry.’’ Clint Eastwood??
DO THE SAME WITH THE PICS HERE
(WHICH/WHO) (Use the words in the box on next page)
Example : Celine Dion is a singer who is talented was born in
Europe.
HAVE TO ....
PRESENT, PAST, PRESENT PERFECT...
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
58
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
59
I’ve been beaten lately... The house was built
yesterday... I’m cooped up.... my friends were ripped
of....Wow! How’s it gonna be called?
Why Is Passive Voice Recommended for Science Writing?
An exception is that scientists are often encouraged to write in passive
voice to lend their writing a sense of objectivity--to take themselves and
their actions and opinions out of the experimental results. Ex., "We
sequenced the DNA," instead of "The DNA was sequenced, If it is
assumed that the bases only occur in the structure in the most
plausible tautomeric forms (that is, with the keto rather than the
enol configurations) it is found that only . . . (passive)
! ! MOVIE MANIA
Here's what you do:
1.Go to search the video on youtube video hosting website or use
the link below
2.Click on the video you want to watch below.
3.Watch the video, and pay attention to it! (You can pause and
rewind the video.)
4.Answer the listening comprehension questions below the
video.
5.Check your answers with your session leader.
Eat Pray Love - I Am Not Checking Out clip
link :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9F5hUDPY1QM&
Liz Gilbert (Julia Roberts) is a modern woman on a
quest. Based on an inspiring true story, Eat Pray Love
proves that there really is more than one way to let
yourself go and see the world...
Questions
1. How long has Liz either "been with a guy or
breaking up with a guy"? _______________________.
  For the past 15 years
  Since she was 15
  15 times
2. Liz's friend thinks Liz will miss her _______________________.
  friends and family
  job
  city
3. Liz wants to _______________________.
  increase her ability to work harder
  recover her appetite for life
  find the perfect spaghetti recipe
4. Liz thinks that Italy is a place where she will be able to _______________________.
  get excited about life again
  relax
  go on a diet
5. Liz's friend thinks that Liz ________________________.
  should go back to college
  should go talk with a college kid
  is behaving in an immature way
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
60
! ! ! ! ! ! ! MUSIC MANIA
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
61
Here's what you do:
Go to search the music video Take the weather by
BLACK EYE PEAS on the internet. Watch the video,
and pay attention to it! Translate the song and do
activities below ! You can pause and rewind the
video.
Then Check with your HC session leader!
Listen to this part of the song and fill in the spaces with the prepositions
below,
up, out, of, down
I gotta* feeling that tonight's gonna be a good night
That tonight's gonna* be a good night
That tonight's gonna be a good good night (x3)
Tonight's the night night
Let's live it _______
I got my money
Let's spend it _______
Go _______and smash it
Like Oh My God
Jump _______that sofa
Let's get get _______
I know that we'll have a ball
If we get _______
And go _______
And just loose it all
I feel stressed _______
I wanna let it go
Let's go way _______spaced _______
And loosing all control
Fill _______ my cup
Mozoltov
Look at her dancing
Just take it _______
Let's paint the town
We'll shut it _______
Let's burn the roof
And then we'll do it again
WRITE IT OUT!
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
62
1 Circle the correct form of the verb.
1 Gum is chewed / be chewed all over the world.
2 Henry Hobhouse wrote / is written ‘Seeds of Change’.
3 Cotton was picked / picked by slaves.
4 Has my camera repaired / been repaired?
5 Tobacco was come / came to Europe in the 16th century.
6 The children won’t be taught / teach Chinese at school.
7 Where are Nikon cameras make / made?
8 Tobacco isn’t grown / don’t grow in Britain.
9 English is spoken / is spoke by our workers.
10 How many BMWs will make / be made in Oxford?
11 Coca-Cola has been made / is made in Texas for more
than a hundred years.
12 Was cotton grew / grown in Europe?
13 Chewing gum has been invented / was invented in
Sweden.
14 Sugar was taken / is took to the West Indies by
Columbus.
1 point for each correct answer
2 Write the sentences and questions in the passive.
1 They make Seat cars in Spain.
are made in Spain. Seat cars ________________ .
2 Do they grow rice here?
___ rice ___________________________________ ?
3 He will make the film next year.
The film ___________________________________ .
4 Have American Indians smoked tobacco for a long
time?
___ tobacco _______________________________ ?
5 They took slaves to the West Indies.
Slaves _____________________________________ .
6 They won’t sell the tobacco in the US.
Their tobacco ______________________________ .
7 They didn’t invite me to the conference.
I _________________________________________ .
8 Dr John Pemberton invented Coca-Cola in 1886.
Coca-Cola _________________________________ .
9 Vegetarians don’t eat hamburgers.
Hamburgers ________________________________ .
10 They haven’t brought the flowers.
The flowers ________________________________ .
11 Will she wash the children’s clothes?
___ the children’s clothes _____________________ ?
12 They don’t make Nissans in Mexico.
Nissans ____________________________________ .
1 point for each correct answer
3 Complete the paragraph with the correct active or passive
form of the verbs in brackets.
are made Jeans (1 make) ________ from a material called denim.
The material (2 make) _______ first _______ in Europe,
and it (3 take) ________ to the USA in the 18th century.
The strong material (4 use) ________ to make working
men’s clothes, and in the 1870s Levi Strauss (5 make)
________ the first pair of blue Levi jeans.
After the Second World War, the customers for jeans
(6 change) ________ from working men to teenagers
who (7 want) ________ to wear them as leisure clothes.
Since then, they (8 become) ________ the symbol of a
more relaxed society, and jeans (9 wear) ________ by
people of all ages and in all situations.
2 points for each correct answer
4 Match the nouns and verbs. There are two extra nouns.
advice a beard the change a gun information
the match a party passengers the peace a promise a story
a suitcase tobacco the truth two centimetres weight
grow tell carry give keep
a beard 1 _______ 4 _______ 6 _______ 9 _______ 12 _______
2 _______ 5 _______ 7 _______ 10 _______ 13 _______
3 _______ 8 _______ 11 _______ 14 _______
1 point for each correct answer
5 Complete the sentences with the correct form of lose, keep,
or tell.
1 ‘Here’s your drink, sir, and 50 pence change.’ ‘That’s
keep all right, ______ the change.’
2 My football team ________ a match for four months.
3 I know when she ______ lies – she doesn’t look at me.
4 When I was young, I always ______ weight before
exams.
5 Don’t tell Ulrike. She can’t ______ a secret.
6 Put your money somewhere safe or you will ______ it.
1 point for each correct answer
44 UNI T 1 1 Test A New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
11
Test A
13
11
16
13
5
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
63
45 Test A UNI T 11 New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
6 Read the text and write short answers to the questions.
Fish has been eaten in Britain, an island, for thousands of years. In the
17th century potatoes were brought from Latin America. However, it
wasn’t until the 19th century that a Mr Marlin had the idea of putting
fish and potatoes together and making fish and chips. When he
opened his fish and chip shop in London in 1860 it quickly became
popular with working people who needed quick, filling meals.
By the 1920s there were 31,000 fish and chip shops in Britain and
although this number is now only 8,000, there are eight for every
McDonald’s. A recent study found that Britain’s favourite fast food is
still fish and chips. Second, third, and fourth positions went to pizza
(Italian), duck (Chinese), and curry (Indian). Interestingly, the
hamburger wasn’t in the top ten.
The traditional way to eat fish and chips is to buy them wrapped
in paper and to eat them with salt and vinegar. They used to be
wrapped in newspaper but most are sold in white paper now. People
eat their fish and chips in the street or take them home – and some
people admit that they eat them in bed!
1 Was fish eaten in Britain two thousand years ago?
Yes, it was. ___________
2 Were chips eaten in Britain in the 14th century?
___________________________________________
3 Who opened the first fish and chip shop?
___________________________________________
4 When was the first fish and chip shop opened?
___________________________________________
5 How many fish and chip shops are there in Britain?
___________________________________________
6 How many McDonald’s are there in Britain?
___________________________________________
7 Are fish and chips usually eaten from a plate?
___________________________________________
8 Are they usually wrapped in newspaper now?
___________________________________________
9 Find words in the text that mean:
a (Paragraph 1: adj.) enough (food) to stop you feeling
hungry ______
b (Paragraph 2: vb) to decide to tell the truth ______
1 point for correct answer, 1 point for correct structure
7 Write a review of a play, film, or book. Use your own ideas or
the notes about Young Frankenstein to help you.
title Young Frankenstein
play, book, or film? comedy film
characters Dr Frankenstein’s grandson, Frederick
events The grandson is a doctor in the USA, he
goes to his grandfather’s castle and repeats
his experiment
opinion funny, clever
12 points divided between content and accuracy
8 Match the signs 1–8 with the places in the box.
airport shop car park public car park toilet door bus
pub shop door door
toilet door 1 Vacant ____________
2 Parking for customers only ____________
3 This car park is locked from 9.30 p.m. to 6.30 a.m.
____________
4 Exact fare only. No change given. ____________
5 Emergency access. Do not block. ____________
6 Children are not allowed in the bar unless with an
adult. ____________
7 Back in 10 minutes. ____________
8 Do not leave your luggage unattended. ____________
1 point for each correct answer
9 Translate the signs.
1 Spanish is spoken here.
___________________________________________
2 Please take your rubbish home with you.
___________________________________________
3 Part-time waiter wanted.
___________________________________________
4 We are looking for a qualified hairdresser.
___________________________________________
5 We do not accept credit cards.
___________________________________________
1 point for each correct answer
TOTAL
18
12
7
100
5
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
64
UNIT 11 : LIFES A BITCH, GET USED TO IT !!
USED TO, WOULD ... HABITS IN THE PAST AND FLASHBACKS

Used to + verb refers to a habit or state in the
past. It is used only in the past simple.

Past habits
If you used to/ would do something, you did it for a
period of time in the past, but you don't do it any
more.
Ex., I used to walk to work everyday when I was
younger or I would walk to work everyday when I
was younger

Past states
We also say used to / would express a state that
existed in the past but doesn't exist now. States are
not actions. They are expressed using stative verbs
such as have, believe, know and like.
Ex., He used to have long hair but nowadays his hair
is very short. or He would have long hair but
nowadays his hair is very short.

The form of the question is did / would?
negative did(n't) + subject + use to be.
The form of the negative is
subject + didn't + use to be
Ex., Would (n't) he work in your office everyday?
We didn't use to be vegetarians.
MUSIC MANIA
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
65
H
ere's w
h
at yo
u
d
o
:
•G
o to search the m
usic video C
o
ld
p
lay: V
iva la V
id
a on the internet.
•W
atch the video, and pay attention to it!
•Translate the song •D
o the activity on the next page.
•You can pause and rew
ind the video
•C
heck w
ith your H
C
session leader.
Coldplay are a British alternative rock band form
ed in 1996 by lead vocalist Chris
M
artin and lead guitarist Jonny Buckland at University College London. After they
form
ed Pectoralz, Guy Berrym
an joined the group as a bassist and they changed
their nam
e to Starfish. W
ill Cham
pion joined as a drum
m
er, backing vocalist, and
m
ulti-instrum
entalist, com
pleting the line-up. M
anager Phil Harvey is often
considered an unof
cial fifth m
em
ber. The band renam
ed them
selves "Coldplay" in
1998,[6] before recording and releasing three EPs; Safety in 1998, Brothers & Sisters as
a single in 1999 and The Blue Room
in the sam
e year. The latter was their first
release on a m
ajor label, after signing to Parlophone.
Listen to this part of the song and fill in the spaces below,
I _________ the world
use to rule
used to rule
am used to rule
Seas _________ when I gave the word
would rise
could rise
will rise
Now in the morning I _________
sleep alone
sleeping alone
slept alone
Sweep the streets I _________
use to own
used to own
am used to owning
I _________ the dice
use to roll
used to roll
am used to rolling
Feel the fear in _________ eyes
my enemy's
my enema's
my enigma's
Listen as the crowd ________
could sing
would sing
will sing
Next the walls _________ on me
was closed
were closed
were closing
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
66
GOOGLE IT, SURF IT AND LOOK UP THE WORDS BABY!
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
67
! MOVIE MANIA
Here's what you do:
1.Go to search the video on youtube video hosting website or use
the link below
2.Click on the video you want to watch below.
3.Watch the video, and pay attention to it! (You can pause and
rewind the video.)
4.Answer the listening comprehension questions below the
video.
5.Check your answers with your session leader.
Mean Girls -She doesn't even go here! clip
link :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUFT35S7Jb4
QUESTIONS:
1. The girl who's talking wishes:
  that they could all get along ( = be friendly) like
before
  that people would stop bothering her
  that she feels depressed
2. What kind of cake does she wish she could bake?:
  One made of rainbows and smiles
  A chocolate cake
  A carrot cake
3. What does the boy in the back yell?:
  That the girl is stupid
  That the girl is crazy
  That the girl isn't even a student at that school
4. Does the woman go to that school?:
  Yes
  No
  No, but she used to
5. So why is she saying all this?:
  Because she likes to talk
  Because she has a lot of feelings
  Because someone asked her to
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
68
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
69
Don’t worry! I’m getting used to the new
world order system! America’s imperialistic ways
are similar to those of the Brits!
WRITE IT OUT !
1 Write sentences about the changes in Peter’s life. Use used
to/didn’t use to.
He used to be single. 1 He is married. (single) ____________________
2 He works in a bank. (no job) ____________________
3 He cleans the house on Sunday. (go running)
____________________
4 He drives a family car. (motorbike)
____________________
5 He’s got two dogs. (not any) ____________________
6 His friends don’t ring him now. (go out every evening)
____________________
1 point for each correct answer
2 Write true answers. Use the correct form of used to.
1 What food did you like when you were a child?
used to like/didn’t use to like I _____________________ chips.
I _____________________ vegetables.
2 What did you do after school when you were younger?
I _____________________ in the park.
I _____________________ a friend’s house.
3 Where did you go on holiday when you were a child?
I _____________________ camping.
I _____________________ my grandparents.
4 What activities did you do when you were a child?
I _____________________ football.
I _____________________ swimming.
5 What games did you play when you were a child?
I _____________________ chess.
I _____________________ computer games.
6 What did you wear in summer when you were three?
I _____________________ shorts.
I _____________________ a jumper and jeans.
1 point for each correct answer
3 Circle the correct verb form in each sentence.
1 I try walk / to walk / walking to work every day.
2 I’m never going sail / sailing / to sail with you again.
3 Please let me to help / help / helping you.
4 I need a poem that’s easy learn / to learn / learning.
5 He’s beginning feel / to feel / feeling happier about his
new job.
6 She’s decided buying / to buy / buy a new car.
1 point for each correct answer
4 Complete the sentences with the correct form of swim.
swimming 1 They go _________ every morning.
2 Her grandmother still enjoys _________ .
3 My baby learned _________ before he could walk.
4 She used _________ every day when she was younger.
5 My instructor made me _________ a mile a day when
I was training.
6 He tried _________ in the sea but it was too cold.
1 point for each correct answer
5 Write true sentences. Use the infinitive.
to put your foot on your head 1 It’s difficult ______________________ .
2 It’s impossible ______________________________ .
3 I’m surprised _______________________________ .
4 It’s easy ____________________________________ .
5 I think it’s interesting _________________________ .
6 My friend thinks it’s important _________________ .
1 point for each correct answer
6 Write sentences to say why you go to these places.
You go to a library to borrow books. 1 a library ______________________________
2 a bookshop ______________________________
3 a newsagent’s ______________________________
4 a sports centre ______________________________
5 a post office ______________________________
6 a petrol station ______________________________
1 point for each correct answer
7 Complete the paragraph with the correct form of the verbs.
am doing I (1 do) _____________ a charity bike ride from London to Brighton
next year so I need (2 get) _____________ fit. I decided (3 join)
_____________ a gym and now I (4 go) _____________ every day. I
don’t like (5 get up) _____________ early but I manage (6 go)
_____________ at lunch time. I enjoy (7 swim) _____________ but I
hate (8 use) _____________ the running machines.
I haven’t smoked for six months – I (9 smoke) _____________ 40
cigarettes a day. I have started (10 be) _____________ careful about
what I eat. Before I started training for the bike ride, I (11 eat)
_____________ lots of pizzas and chips but now I enjoy (12 eat)
_____________ fish and salad.
1 point for each correct answer
42 UNI T 1 0 Test B New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
10
Test B
11
5
5
5
5
11
5
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
70
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
71
UNIT 12 : IM GONNA WALK 500 MILES IF NECESSARY !!
If you are making a future prediction, or you are doing
something for sure (certain) use 'going to'.
Ex., Be careful! You're going to spill your coffee.
Be going to is the same as using be + verb-ing.
Ex., Terminator is out on Sunday. Iʼm going to the movies on
Sunday or Iʼm gonna go to the movies on Sunday!
Other usages are the following, planned actions in the future, You
are certain that sth. is going to happen in the future.
Complete the sentences. Choose a verb from the word pool and write it in the blank space.
!
bite blow catch drop get off get on hit hurt rise run


1. The man is going to _________________ a fish.



2. The fish is going to

_________________ the worm.



3. The man is going to _________________ the cabinet.



4. The man is falling down the stairs. He is
going to _________________ himself.




5. The boy is going to ______________________ out the
candles on his birthday cake.



6. The football player caught the ball, and now
he is going to _______________ with it.



WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
72
Stewie Iʼll make you some lunch!
We use the will-future for predictions,
assumptions, promises and when we do
something spontaneously.
Ex. I'm sure you'll like her.
I'm certain he'll do a good job.
I hope you'll visit me in my home one day.
I think we'll get on well
I'll come and have a drink with you
At the moment of making a decision, use 'will'. Once
you have made the decision, talk about it using 'going
to'.
I'll come and have a drink with you but I must let
Harry know. Harry, I'm going to have a drink with
Simon.
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
73
GOOGLE IT AND LOOK IT UP!
FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE WORDS BELOW
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
74
MOVIE MANIA
Here's what you do:
1.Go to search the video on youtube video hosting website or use
the link below
2.Click on the video you want to watch below.
3.Watch the video, and pay attention to it! (You can pause and
rewind the video.)
4.Answer the listening comprehension questions below the
video.
5.Check your answers with your session leader.
Anger Management theatrical trailer (Preview)
link :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IUDuldVP7yg
QUESTIONS:
1. What does the man (played by Adam Sandler) ask
the stewardess at the beginning of the clip?:
  He asks her what time it is
  He asks her for a meal
  He asks her for a headset
2. And what is her response?:
  She says they are out of headsets
  She tells him not to raise his voice at her
  She says she will bring him one soon
3. The judge says that the court orders the man to:
  go with anger management therapy
  understand anger management therapy
  undergo anger management therapy
4. According to the man on the phone, the doctor has a history of what?:
  Unorthodox techniques
  Wearing sunglasses
  Sleeping in the same bed with his patients
5. According to the doctor, in Europe:
  it's unusual for three or four men to sleep in the same bed
  it's not unusual for three or four men to sleep in the same bed
  it's not unusual for a doctor to move in with his patient
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
75
H
ere's w
h
at yo
u
d
o
:
•G
o to search the m
usic video 500 M
ILE
S
by
T
he P
roclaim
ers on the internet.
•W
atch the video, and pay attention to it!
•You can pause and rew
ind the video

C
heck w
ith your H
C
se
ssio
n
le
a
d
e
r.
MUSIC MANIA
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
76
i. Read the first paragraph carefully and try to guess the
missing words:
When I wake up well I know I'm gonna be
I'm gonna be the man who _______ up next to you
When I go out well I know I'm gonna be
I'm gonna be the man who ______ along with you
If I get drunk well I _____ I'm gonna be
I'm gonna be the man who gets _____ next to you
And if I haver well I know I'm ______ be
I'm gonna be the man who's havering to you
ii. Try to explain the meaning of the chorus:
But I would walk 500 miles
And I would walk 500 more
Just to be the man who walked 1,000 miles
To fall down at your door
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
______________________________________________________
The Proclaimers are a Scottish band
composed of identical twin brothers, Charlie and
Craig Reid (born 5 March 1962). They are
probably best known for the songs "Letter from
America", "I'm On My Way" and "I'm Gonna Be
(500 Miles)". The band tours extensively
throughout Europe and other continents. They
have released eight studio albums from 1987
until the present, as well as two compilation
albums and a DVD; their next studio album is
expected for 2012.
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
77
REVIEW TESTS UNITS 1-12
1 Circle the correct letter.
1 If she wants to pass the test she … work harder.
a might b will c should
2 … she … to wear a uniform for work?
a Does … has b Does … have c Is … have
3 When I arrived at 8.00 they … home.
a have gone b had went c had gone
4 I don’t think it … rain tomorrow.
a must b could c will
5 Please water the plants … we’re away.
a as soon as b until c while
6 Has he been working this month?
a Yes, he working. b Yes, he has. c Yes, has.
7 My grandfather … fifty cigarettes a day.
a used to smoke b was smoking c use to smoke
8 … Mercedes cars … in Germany?
a Be … make b Are … they making
c Are … made
9 Can we have … coffee?
a some b any c a few
10 If we lived in Spain, we … have to speak Spanish.
a do b ’ll c ’d
11 After the meal we all went …
a dance. b dancing. c to dancing.
12 I … go to the party – I’ll decide later.
a can’t b won’t c might
13 If they arrive early, …
a dinner won’t be ready. b dinner is ready.
c dinner isn’t ready.
14 He … in Paris since 1998.
a lives b has lived c is living
15 You … go home before it gets dark.
a might b should c would
16 How long have you … them?
a known b knew c knowing
17 Tomatoes … in snow!
a grows b aren’t grown c didn’t grew
18 I … a shower when the lights went out.
a am in b have c was having
19 He’s learning English because he wants … more
money.
a earning b earns c to earn
20 What do the children like doing?
a Watching TV. b Swim. c Friendly.
1 point for each correct answer
2 Write the sentences in reported speech.
He said he lived at number 22. 1 ‘I live at number 22.’ ______________________
2 ‘I’ve swum in the Pacific Ocean.’
She told ___________________________________ .
3 ‘We’ll meet you at the station.’
They said __________________________________ .
4 ‘We can’t speak Chinese.’
They told __________________________________ .
5 ‘I’m going to see Anna later.’
She said ___________________________________ .
6 ‘I sold my car.’ He told ________________________ .
1 point for each correct answer
3 Complete the questions and write true answers.
What 1 _____ are you going to do when you get home?
I’m going to have dinner, then watch a DVD. ________________________________________
2 _____ you have to work long hours?
________________________________________
3 _____ did your teacher say before this test?
________________________________________
4 _____ you learn to walk before you were a year old?
________________________________________
5 _____ long have you been learning English?
________________________________________
6 _____ would you do if you won a lot of money?
________________________________________
7 _____ your shoes made in China?
________________________________________
8 _____ did you use to go on holiday when you were five?
________________________________________
1 point for each question word, 1 for each answer
4 Match 1–11 with the words in the box to make phrases.
There is one extra word.
angry away a coin a coat a favour a job a living
a photo rice room a secret store a telephone
a photo 1 take ______
2 go ______
3 give up ______
4 keep ______
5 get ______
6 toss ______
1 point for each correct answer
62 Exit Test New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
19
5
14
7 do me ______
8 double ______
9 department ______
10 put on ______
11 grow ______
12 earn ______
11
NAME :
Exit Test (Units 1–14)
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
78
63 Exit Test New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
10
100
NAME :
5 Complete the words.
go 1 This plane carried car___ , not passengers.
2 You always sleep late – you should buy an al______
cl______ .
3 Did you like that book? Was it inter______ ?
4 The children were bor______ . It was a long journey.
5 Debbie has been exercising and eating lots of fruit and
vegetables so she has lost we______ .
6 Please lo______ af______ the baby while I’m shopping.
7 I saw an adver______ for English classes.
8 The plane to______ o______ two hours late.
9 Don’t tell him – he can’t keep a sec______ .
10 What does he look like? Can you descr______ him?
1 point for each correct answer
6 Read the three texts about films and answer the questions.
A Groundhog Day Comedian Bill Murray plays the part of a TV
weatherman who is sent to report on Groundhog Day in a small,
boring town. He doesn’t like the town but bad weather traps him
there. When he wakes up the next day he finds that it is Groundhog
Day – again. Time doesn’t move forward and the reporter has to live
through Groundhog Day again and again and again.
B Peggy Sue Got Married Peggy Sue is a 43-year-old housewife
who goes to see her old school friends at a party. At the party, she
falls down and when she wakes up it is 1960 again. Peggy Sue has a
seventeen-year-old body but the ideas of a forty-three-year-old. The
film asks the Big Question: if you lived your life again, would you do
it differently?
C The Time Machine This is another film of HG Wells’ 19th century
science-fiction novel. A scientist builds a machine to prove that time
travel is possible. He wants to go back in time to change the past but
his machine takes him 800,000 years into the future. He discovers
that the human race is divided into two groups of people: one that
lives above the ground and the other that lives under the ground.
In which film A, B, or C . . .
1 does time stand still? __
2 does the character want to travel through time? __
3 does time go backwards? __
4 does the character travel the wrong way through time?
__
5 can’t the character escape from the town? __
6 has been made before? __
7 does time go forwards? __
2 points for each correct answer
7 Write an informal thank-you letter to a friend. Write 50–80
words. Remember to write your address and the date.
5 points for contact + 5 for layout, register, and salutations
8 Translate these sentences.
1 Thank you for a lovely evening.
___________________________________________
2 If I were you. _________________________________
3 Just a minute. ________________________________
4 What a pity. _________________________________
5 Please keep off the grass. _______________________
6 What seems to be the matter? ___________________
7 How can I help you? __________________________
8 See you later. ________________________________
1 point for each correct answer
9 Put the words in order to make short conversations.
1 A phone you know Do my is? where
Do you know where my phone is? _________________________
B a I clue. haven’t got won’t I’ve need You got it, mine.
________________________________________
2 A Hello. that Jenny? Is
________________________________________
B she’s moment. out at afraid I’m the
________________________________________
3 A you. have me a look at Let
________________________________________
you a sore got throat? Have
________________________________________
B Yes, have, actually. I
________________________________________
4 A so could eat a I’m I horse! hungry!
_______________________________________
B sandwich? horse, you I haven’t a a but got would like
________________________________________
5 A please. reservation, like make I’d to a
________________________________________
B Certainly. double a want a you or single? Do
________________________________________
A double? much is a How
________________________________________
1 point for each correct answer
TOTAL
9
14
10
8
60 Review Test (Units 1–7) New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
Review Test (Units 1–7)
20
10
10
5
1 Circle the correct letter.
1 My friends … in Latin America this month.
a travel b travelling c are travelling
2 You look terrible. … you … some bad news?
a Have … heard b Do … hear c Are … hearing
3 … she … in your office?
a Does … working b Who … working
c Does … work
4 Can I help? I … your suitcase for you.
a am carrying b carry c will carry
5 We …. the train last night.
a didn’t catch b didn’t caught c catched
6 The weather in Britain … warm in July.
a are b is c be
7 What is the test like?
a Easy. b Easily. c Easiest.
8 When the teacher … the students were making a noise.
a was arriving b arrived c arrives
9 The car … through the red light.
a went b didn’t went c go
10 There are … bottles of beer in the fridge.
a a few b a little c any
11 … you … me the secret?
a Will … tell b Are … telling c Do … tell
12 The Titanic sank in … Atlantic Ocean.
a an b a c the
13 … an engineer. I enjoy it.
a I like being b I would like to be c I want to be
14 … a drink. I’m very thirsty.
a I like b I wouldn’t like c I would like
15 He … a shower before he goes to bed.
a has got b does c has
16 Can I have … cake, please?
a any b some c a few
17 What is your mother like?
a Sailing and swimming.
b Impatient and unfriendly. c Helping people.
18 We talked while we … dinner.
a eating b eat c were eating
19 That’s the … joke in the world.
a funnier b funniest c more funny
20 He … her tonight – he is too busy.
a isn’t seeing b doesn’t see c not seeing
21 I … here since 2001.
a worked b am working c have worked
1 point for each correct answer
2 Complete the short conversations with the correct form of
verbs in brackets.
Do live 1 A (1 live) ______ you ______ near here?
B Yes, I do. I (2 have) ______a flat in the centre of town.
2 A (3 eat) ______ you ______ lunch yet?
B Yes, I have. I (4 have) ______ a sandwich an hour ago.
3 A What (5 wear) ______ you ______ this evening?
B I’m not sure. I think I (6 wear) ______ jeans.
4 A What do you want (7 be) ______ when you grow up?
B I (8 going to + be) ____________ a scientist.
5 A My dinner guests (9 arrive) ______ two hours early!
B What (10 do) ______ you ______ ?
A I (11 wash) ______ my hair.
1 point for each correct answer
3 Write the questions words and true answers.
What 1 _____’s your name? __________________________
2 ______ do you live? __________________________
3 ______ do you do? ___________________________
4 ______ of music do you like? ___________________
5 ______ brothers and sisters have you got?
___________________________________________
Headway 6 ______ book are you using? _________.
1 point for each question word +
one for each correct answer
4 Complete the words.
ian 1 She loves music. She’s a music___ .
2 He doesn’t like science but he’s a scien__ .
3 Picasso was an art__ who changed the world of art.
4 She speaks four languages. She’s a UN interpret__ .
5 I enjoy reading about politics and politic__ .
6 There’s an electrical fault so we need an electric__ .
1 point for each correct answer
5 Match the verbs in the box with the nouns.
pack pay order make wear cash
order 1 ________ a meal 4 ________ a suitcase
2 ________ a suit 5 ________ a cheque
3 ________ a phone call 6 ________ a bill
1 point for each correct answer 5
HOLLYWOOD ENGLISH BLUE
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
79
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
80
61 Review Test (Units 1–7) New Headway Pre-Intermediate © Oxford University Press P HOTOCOP I AB L E
NAME :
6 Write the noun or adjective.
Noun Adjective
1 noise noisy
2 difference
3 health
4 mess
5 generous
6 polluted
0.5 point for each correct answer
7 Read the article about Angus and Harriet. Are the sentences
true (T) or false (F)?
Angus Turner and Harriet Parker are one of Britain’s most famous
young couples. He wrote his first book when he was fifteen and
since then he has written five more. She became famous two years
ago when her first album, Care, was number one for three months.
Angus: We’ve been together for four years. When we met, I was
working in a bar and Harriet was in her last year at college. She came
into the bar with some friends and it was love at first sight.
Harriet: I adore him – I haven’t looked at another man since that
day. I’m pleased we met then – before we became famous. We have
a normal life together because we met when we had nothing. We’ve
got money now and we’re famous but we haven’t changed.
Angus: We got married and moved to this flat two months after
we met. We can afford something bigger now but we haven’t got
enough time to find another one. Also, we’ve spent a lot of time on
this place: I’ve painted the walls and built the bookcases. Harriet’s
has made a beautiful little garden on the balcony.
Harriet: Some things have changed since we both became famous
– we are both very busy but we spend as much time together as
possible. When I’m touring, Angus comes with me and writes his
books in the hotel bedroom.
Angus: I trust Harriet one hundred per cent but I hate being away
from her so I’m happy to fly all over the world with my laptop.
1 Angus is a singer and Harriet is a writer. __
2 They met while Harriet was studying. __
3 They were both famous when they met. __
4 They are different people now they are famous. __
5 They moved into their flat a month after they met. __
6 They are going to buy a bigger flat. __
7 Harriet made the balcony into a small garden. __
8 When Harriet goes on tour, Angus goes with her. __
9 Angus writes his books in hotel rooms. __
10 He’d prefer to stay at home than fly all over the
world. ___
2 points for each correct answer
8 You are away from home. Write an email or a postcard to a
friend. Tell them:
• where you are
• what you are doing
• what you have done
8 points divided between accuracy and content,
2 for layout and appropriate opening/closing
9 Translate these sentences.
1 Where’s the car park? ____________________
2 That’s very kind of you. ____________________
3 Make yourself at home. ____________________
4 It’s opposite the station. ____________________
5 I’m fed up with this test. ____________________
6 How much do I owe you? ____________________
7 How are you finding your new job? _______________
8 Cheers! ____________________
9 Can I help you? ____________________
10 Are you good at chess? ____________________
1 point for each correct answer
10 Put the words in order to make short conversations.
1 A you rock’n’roll? like Do
Do you like rock’n’roll? ___________________________________
B don’t No, I. I jazz. prefer
___________________________________
2 A you born? know Do time you exactly what were
___________________________________
B the I at four born o’clock in morning. was
___________________________________
3 A parents Were strict? your
___________________________________
B were. Yes, they gave they me freedom. But enough
___________________________________
1 point for each correct answer
TOTAL
5
Noun Adjective
7 medicine
8 fortune
9 wind
10 romance
11 success
20
10
10
10
100
• what you are going to do
• what you have and haven’t enjoyed
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
81
43
Photocopiable ©Oxford University Press Name: ________________________________
11 Complete the letter with a suitable word or words.
Sometimes no word is required and sometimes more
than one answer may be possible.
Example Did you like the present I sent you?
(1 point for each correct answer)
TOTAL
100
24
Dear All,
Well, here I am in Spain in (1) ____ first week of my stay. I’m very well, and slowly but surely I
(2) ______ used to being away from home. Life is very different here and (3) ____ things seem a
bit strange to me, but all in all I’m quite happy.
My host family are very nice. The parents, Juan and Elena, are so kind and supportive. They (4) ____
always ____ if I’m OK and offering advice and help. They have two sons near my age, Felipe and
Enrique. Felipe is very talkative, while his brother is quite (5) ____ , but they are (6) ____ good
fun. Fortunately, (7) ____ of the boys speak much English, so I have to speak Spanish all day
(8) ____ .
Elena is a brilliant cook and I’m trying lots of different types of food. I wish you (9) ____ here to
taste them too. But the one (10) ____ that I’m not (11) ____ to yet is meal times. They seem to eat
(12) ______ meal two or three hours later than we (13) ____ at home, so when I sit down to eat,
I’m starving!
I haven’t had (14) ____ opportunity to explore the city much, but I’m sure I will when I have a few
hours to (15) ____ . Santander is (16) ____ port on (17) ____ north coast of Spain and has some
beautiful countryside around it. Juan and Elena take a trip to (18) ____ seaside every week – a bit
like we (19) ____ when I was little – and have said I can go with them next time.
School is fine and I’m learning a lot. I’m getting more confident in Spanish, but I did have
(20) __________ in my stomach the first time I had to ask for something in a shop. Quite a lot of
the people in my class are more advanced than me, though, so I wish I (21) __________ a bit more
Spanish before coming. (22) ____ I find most difficult is understanding people when they talk
quickly, but they are all very patient.
I’ve got some homework to do now, so I’ll have to go. Write to me soon, though I’d rather you
(23) ____ phone because it makes me homesick!
Lots of love
Emily
PS Please don’t worry about me. I’m fine and I’m quite enjoying (24) ____ being in England – it’s a
real adventure!
TRANSLATIONS
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
82
39
Photocopiable ©Oxford University Press Name: ________________________________
8 Translate these sentences.
1 I have twelve cousins and I write to each of them
every Christmas.
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
2 A Can I borrow your car?
B Of course. We’ve got two and they’re both
parked outside. You can take either.
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
________________________________________
3 What I don’t understand is how they never seem to
have any money, but they are always buying things.
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
4 The thing you have to remember about animals is
that they need a lot of care.
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
5 A What a shame you didn’t pass your exam.
B But I did pass it!
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
6 A Why didn’t you tell me you were working late?
B I did tell you!
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
7 A What I can’t stand about him is the way he
thinks he’s always right.
B I couldn’t agree with you more.
A ________________________________________
________________________________________
B ________________________________________
8 A It’s people like her who give our profession a
bad name.
B Oh, don’t be so hard on her. After all, she’s
been very kind to you.
A ________________________________________
________________________________________
B ________________________________________
________________________________________
9 If you want to be a dancer, a love of music and a
sense of rhythm are essential.
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
10 The only things that I can offer you are love and
respect.
__________________________________________
__________________________________________
(3 points for each correct answer)
TOTAL
100
30
33
Photocopiable ©Oxford University Press Name: ________________________________
7 Translate these sentences.
1 One of our neighbours used to be made of money,
but now he’s living rough.
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
2 I’ve been hard up all my life, but I don’t think of
myself as underprivileged.
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
3 They used to be extremely well off, but now they’ve
had to get used to watching every penny.
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
4 My bank manager called and told me to pay off
my overdraft by the end of the week.
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
5 I used to be paid at the end of the week and I can’t
get used to receiving a monthly salary.
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
6 The money that was donated to the charity arrived
just in time to save lives.
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
7 I don’t think I’ll ever get use to seeing governments
waste money, while other countries in the world
have so little.
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
8 People nowadays get into debt because they have
extravagant lifestyles and want to live in luxury.
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
9 We never used to receive pocket money, but I give
it to my children to help them get used to
managing money.
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
10 When I first saw a beggar asking for money in the
street I was shocked, but now I’m used to it.
___________________________________________
___________________________________________
(3 points for each correct answer)
TOTAL
100
30
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
83
23
Photocopiable ©Oxford University Press Name: ________________________________
6 What would you say in the following situations? Use the
correct form of two of the verbs from the box for each
answer. Use each verb at least once. More than one
answer may be possible.
will can must have to should could
manage to
Example Your friend has invited you to a party but
you have to refuse because of your work.
I can’t come to your party because I
have to work on Friday night.
1 You have an interview in a couple of days’ time,
but you realize your image isn’t very smart. What
do you say to yourself ?
__________________________________________
2 Your friend comes to you complaining of
overwork and exhaustion. Give them some advice
and offer them some help.
__________________________________________
3 You’re talking with your friends about what your
parents made you do and let you do when you
were a child. What do you say?
__________________________________________
4 You have a problem starting your car. Explain the
problem to your neighbour and ask him/her for a
lift.
__________________________________________
5 You’re explaining to an English-speaking friend
about the compulsory and optional school subjects
in your country. What do you say?
__________________________________________
6 Your five-year-old cousin is staying with you.
Explain to him/her the things that you are happy
for him/her to do and the things that are not
acceptable.
__________________________________________
7 You didn’t have time to go to the bank before
going out with your friend. Ask him/her to lend
you some money.
__________________________________________
(2 points for each correct answer)
7 Translate these sentences.
1 A The concert was quite good, wasn’t it?
B Quite good! It was absolutely fantastic!
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
2 A Your Dad will hit the roof when he hears you
were smashed last night.
B Don’t exaggerate! I was only a bit tipsy anyway.
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
14
3 A The film wasn’t bad, was it?
B I thought it was quite brilliant!
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
4 A There’s someone waiting to see you at
reception.
B That’ll be the next interviewee. I should be able
to see him in about five minutes.
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
5 A John waited for twelve hours to talk to the
actors back stage.
B He could have watched an interview with the
whole cast on TV.
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
6 A That man’s absolutely loaded.
B He can’t have much money. He’s wearing really
scruffy clothes and he looks penniless.
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
7 A Why did he refuse the leading role? He could
have earned a fortune in Hollywood.
B I’m not sure. He might have thought it was too
simplistic.
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
8 A I’ve got a fan letter here for Emma.
B I’m not sure where she is. She might be
rehearsing or she might have already left.
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
9 A The reviews in the papers are very positive.
B You’re joking! The sketches were dull and the
lyrics to the songs were dreadful!
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
10 A Will you help me learn my lines for the play?
B Sure. I’ll come round about seven, then we’ll
have all evening.
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
(3 points for each correct answer)
TOTAL
100
30
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
84
23
Photocopiable ©Oxford University Press Name: ________________________________
6 What would you say in the following situations? Use the
correct form of two of the verbs from the box for each
answer. Use each verb at least once. More than one
answer may be possible.
will can must have to should could
manage to
Example Your friend has invited you to a party but
you have to refuse because of your work.
I can’t come to your party because I
have to work on Friday night.
1 You have an interview in a couple of days’ time,
but you realize your image isn’t very smart. What
do you say to yourself ?
__________________________________________
2 Your friend comes to you complaining of
overwork and exhaustion. Give them some advice
and offer them some help.
__________________________________________
3 You’re talking with your friends about what your
parents made you do and let you do when you
were a child. What do you say?
__________________________________________
4 You have a problem starting your car. Explain the
problem to your neighbour and ask him/her for a
lift.
__________________________________________
5 You’re explaining to an English-speaking friend
about the compulsory and optional school subjects
in your country. What do you say?
__________________________________________
6 Your five-year-old cousin is staying with you.
Explain to him/her the things that you are happy
for him/her to do and the things that are not
acceptable.
__________________________________________
7 You didn’t have time to go to the bank before
going out with your friend. Ask him/her to lend
you some money.
__________________________________________
(2 points for each correct answer)
7 Translate these sentences.
1 A The concert was quite good, wasn’t it?
B Quite good! It was absolutely fantastic!
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
2 A Your Dad will hit the roof when he hears you
were smashed last night.
B Don’t exaggerate! I was only a bit tipsy anyway.
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
14
3 A The film wasn’t bad, was it?
B I thought it was quite brilliant!
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
4 A There’s someone waiting to see you at
reception.
B That’ll be the next interviewee. I should be able
to see him in about five minutes.
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
5 A John waited for twelve hours to talk to the
actors back stage.
B He could have watched an interview with the
whole cast on TV.
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
6 A That man’s absolutely loaded.
B He can’t have much money. He’s wearing really
scruffy clothes and he looks penniless.
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
7 A Why did he refuse the leading role? He could
have earned a fortune in Hollywood.
B I’m not sure. He might have thought it was too
simplistic.
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
8 A I’ve got a fan letter here for Emma.
B I’m not sure where she is. She might be
rehearsing or she might have already left.
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
9 A The reviews in the papers are very positive.
B You’re joking! The sketches were dull and the
lyrics to the songs were dreadful!
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
10 A Will you help me learn my lines for the play?
B Sure. I’ll come round about seven, then we’ll
have all evening.
A ________________________________________
B ________________________________________
(3 points for each correct answer)
TOTAL
100
30
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
85
ROLE PLAYS: TOURIST INFORMATION
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
86
TARGET LANGUAGE & PLAYERS
PLAYER 1 (TOURIST) PLAYER 2 (CLERK/ ASSISTANT

Internet Rates
5 Mins.........................................................................................................$3.00
15 Mins.......................................................................................................$5.00
60 Mins.......................................................................................................$10.00
Weekend Special (1 hour)..........................................................................$3.00
Evening Special (7 to 8pm)1 hour..............................................................$2.00
Prepaid Internet Contracts
Pay and receive a reusable password
180 Mins [3hr] @ $51.00 .......................................................................$17.00/Hour
300 Mins [5hr] @ $75.00 .......................................................................$15.00/Hour
600 Mins [10hr] @ $130.00 ...................................................................$13.00/Hour
1500 Mins [25hr] @ $275.00 .................................................................$11.00/Hour
Tech Services
A4 Scanning [per scan] .........................................................................$5.00
A4 Laminating[per page]........................................................................$6.50
E-mailing service from [per e-mail dependent on size] ..........................$6.00
Typing Services A4 single sided (printing exclided)...............................$10.00 per page
A4 Binding up to 10 pages.....................................................................R6.00
CD Writing .............................................................................................$25.00
Download of pictures from a digital camera & transfer onto CD.............$25.00
Blank CD-RW/ Re-Writable....................................................................$15.000
Blank CD................................................................................................$5.00
Floppy ...................................................................................................$8.00
Digital Photocopying & Printing
A4 Photocopy Black & White [single sided] (up to 10 pages).................$0.60
A4 Photocopy Black & White [single sided] (over 10 pages)..................$0.50
A4 Photocopy Full colour [single sided]..................................................$8.00
A4 Printing Black & White [per page]......................................................$2.00
A4 Printing Colour [per page].................................................................$8.00
Fax Services
Local [021].....................$4.00 for first page and then..........................$2.50 per page
National [0866/5/1].........$6.50 for first page and then..........................$3.50 per page
International...................$14.00 for first page and then........................$9.00 per page
Fax Receval...........................................................................................$3.00 per page
Fax Number...........................................................................................(021 785-5966)
International Telephone Calls Rates applicable to the fixed lines only!!!
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
87
ROLE PLAYS: INTERNET CAFE
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
88
TARGET LANGUAGE
HOW CAN I HELP?
DO YOU NEED ANY HELP USING?
WHICH PROGRAM//BROWSER DO YOU NEED?
MAY I HAVE THE CHEAPEST RATE?
I’LL JUST SHOW YOU
SURE WE CAN DO IT
THE PRICE IS....
IT COSTS MORE FOR
DO YOU HAVE A STUDENT ID? MAY I SEE YOUR ID?
DO YOU NEED AN INVOICE OR A RECEIPT?
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
89
ROLE PLAYS: SUBWAY STATION
NOTES __________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________
_________________________________________________________
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
90
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
91
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
92
ROLE PLAYS: PASSPORT CONTROL
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
93
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
94
ROLE PLAYS: CHECK-IN & CUSTOMS
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
95
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
96
ROLE PLAYS: HOTEL CHECK-IN & OUT
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
97
ROLE PLAYS: RESTAURANT


WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
98
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
99
ROLE PLAYS: JOB INTERVIEW 1
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
100
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
101
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
102
ROLE PLAYS: APARTMENT HUNTING

WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
103
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
104
ROLE PLAYS: STAR SIGNS AND THE ZODIAC
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
105
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
106
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
107
ROLE PLAYS: PHONE INTERVIEW
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
108
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
109
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
110
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
111
IRREGULAR VERBS CHART
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
112
MOST COMMON WORDS IN ENGLISH
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
113
PHRASAL VERBS
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
114
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
115
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
116
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
117
CHECK IN
FILL IN
GET IN
CUT OFF
DROP something or somebody OFF
GET something or somebody OFF
GO OFF
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
118
PUT OFF
SET OFF
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
119
SET OFF
TAKE OFF
TELL OFF
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
120
GET ON
GO ON
HAVE ON/HAVE GOT ON
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
121
HOLD ON=HANG ON
LOG ON/OFF
PUT ON
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
122
CHECK OUT
FIND OUT
GET OUT
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
123
GIVE OUT
GO OUT
PUT OUT
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
124
RUN OUT OF
SELL OUT
SORT OUT
WEAR OUT
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
125
WORK OUT
FALL OVER
GET OVER something or somebody
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
126
TURN OVER
TO BE UP TO
BLOW UP
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
127
BREAK UP
BRING UP
CATCH UP
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
128
GIVE UP
GROW UP
KEEP UP
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
129
HOW TO WRITE EMAILS & LETTERS
qgr
c*
f i i
.€-J
s
F
-i**
rE
ñ
Letter I
Estimado Sr: Smith:
Gracias por su carta del lO de agosto referente a cursos de formaciLn para nuestros vendedores. Desde
hace tres años,llevamos contratando los servicios de una empresa de consultoríapara este propósito y
estamos bastante contentos con los resultados obtenidos hasta la fecha.
No obstante, agradecemos su oferta y la mantendremos en nuestros archivos
para
futura referencia.
Atentamente,
I
i
i
(
(
(
(
(
(
(
(
(
C
(
f
t
t
t
t
I
La trad ucci Ón
Dear l Yr: Smi th,
Thank you for your l etter of August l 0 wi th regard to trarni ng courses for our sal espeopl e. For the past
three years,we have been contracti ngthe servi ces of a consul ti ng frm forthi s purpose and are qui te
sati sfed wi th the resul ts obtarned to date.
Nevertheless, we appreciate your offer and will keep it in our files for future reference.
Sincerely yours,
Tres consej os de oro:
l . Si empre empezamos l as cartas con
"Dea/' ,
un térmi no que abarca toda
l a gama expresi va desde el formal "Esti mado" hasta el más cercano
"Querido".
3, Cuando nos despedimos por escrito la forma más estándar es "sincerely
yours" o
'Yours
sincerely''.
2. Existen varias formas en inglés para decir "referente a". Los más comunes
son:
'\vith
rcgard to", "regarding" y "conceming". Conviene aprender una
de éstas, ya que es una expresión que se emplea mucho en la redacción
de cartas como verás conforme vayas avanzando con este libro.
Notas:
5
Letter 2
Estimada Srta.
Johnson.
En primer luga¡ quiero expresar mi agradecimiento por el excelente servicio que su empresa nos prestó
durante la reciente campaña de ventas.TieneVd. un excelente equipo de profesionales y la información
que nos proporcionaron fue muy valiosa.
Como sabe,los preparativos para la campaña de invierno comenzarán a mediados de septiembre y, por
supuesto, queremos que su equipo vuelva a ayudarnos con el f n de asegurar el mismo nlvel de éxito de
que hemos disfrutado este verano.
Atentamente,
{
a
t
i
i
(
i
i
a
i
d
i
i
i
t
Í
!
Í
É

!
É
E
E
c
t
t
!
T
t
t
¡
6
v
L
E -
L
H
t_
L-
L
L¿
L

L
v
L
H
L
H
l-
H
L_
É
L
E
L
H
L
H
L
É
L.
H
L
¡.--
L
>.-
L
E.-
L
H
L
H
L.
H
L.
H
L
r
E
L
H
L
H
t--
>.-
L
>-
L
>..f
L
>{
f
La trad ucci Ón
Dear Mi ss. Johnson,
First of all, I want to express my gratitude for the excellent service your comPany gave us during the
recent sal es campai gn.You have an excel l ent team of professi onal s and the i nformati on they provi ded us
¡¿i th was very val uabl e
As you know the preparatrons for the wi nter campai gn wi l l begi n i n the mi ddl e of September and, of
course, we want your team to hel p us agai n i n order to ensure the same l evel of success we enj oyed thi s
summen
Very trul y yours,
Tres consejos de ofo:
l. Para decir "en primer lugad' puedes elegir entre "frst of all" y "firstly'',
la primera opción siendo, quizá, un poco más formal.
2, Cuando se trata de prestar un servicio empleamos el verbo "to
gVe"
no la traducción literal "to
lend".
3.
'We
want yourteam": Nunca decimos
'\rue
want that.l' en inglés ya
que carecemos de subjuntivo. Después del verto
"to
wanf
' va
el
:,;1.0' "rn"nro
(en este caso"yourteam") seguido del infinrtivo con
NOt ?S:
7
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
130
HOW TO WRITE EMAILS & LETTERS
Letter 5
Esti mado
Juan:
En línea con nuestra conversación telefónica de esta mañana,te confrmo por la presente nuestra
asistencia al curso de formación de profesores. Mi idea, de momento, es mandar al equipo-núcleo
solamente, por lo que necesitarás hacer reservas de hotel y curso para nueve personas.
Me gusta el formato del curso que me mandaste por fa< y estoy seguro de que mis profesores se
benefi ci arán del mi smo.Tengo i ntenci ón de asi sti r a una de l as sesi ones del úl ti mo día
pero
vol veré a
ponerme en contacto contigo para confirmar los detalles.
Sal udos,
(
I
(
(
(
(
(
(
(
(
a
{.+
-="
:.i.,..;
+*?
i:-l={
lr}*
i-:t
:1'=*
si:
-=
.:a'.T.
,":.:
12
La traducc¡Ón
Dear
John
l r l rne wi th our tel ephone conversati on thi s morni ng, I hereby conf rm our attendance on the teacher
trai ni ng course. My i dea, at the moment, i s to send the core-staff onl y whereby you wi l l need to make
hotel and course reservati ons for ni ne
peopl e.
I lrke the course format that you faxed me and I'm sure my teachers will benefit from it. I pian to attend
one of the sessi ons on the l ast day, but I wi l l contact you agai n to confrm the detai l s.
Best regards,
Tres consejos de ofo:
l, "hereby'': El adverbio que empleamos para decir "por la presente'. Se
coloca entre sujeto y verbo cuando el verbo es no auxiliar y después
del verbo cuando éste es auxiliar:
2.
'Attendance":
Si pusiste "assistance", has caído en la típica tramPa
que pilla a tantos de tus compatriotas.
"Assistance" significa "ayuda"
3.
' faxed":
Pués sí,
"fai ' tambi én es un verbo, i gual que ocurre con sus
hermanas "phone" y "e-mail". "Sent rne by ñ*" suena un poco torpe.
NOt ?S:
13
Letter I
Estimado David:
Como conti nuaci ón a nuesl ra conversaci ón tel efóni ca, qui si era añadi r al go que por l o vi sto pasamos por
alto. Si recuerdas, uno de los problemas era precisamente la cantidad de energía que teníamos que
produci r para el evar l a sustanci a al punto de ebul l i ci ón. Si baj amos l a presi ón, podremos baj ar a l a vez el
punto de ebul l i ci ón, haci endo menos caral a operaci ón y más rentabl e el proceso en su total i dad.
No soy muy experto en cómo realizar la modifcación, pero estoy seguro de que costará menos balar la
presión que elevar la temperatura bajo condiciones atmosféricas normales.
Ponte con esto en seguida y avísame cuando tengas algo. Como bien sabes, no nos queda mucho
tiempo.
Un sal udo,
ii'r
t:l
t""
{1}
i.i-:
;:".
{oF?
=
r:*
=
€:::
=l;:=
18
La traducci Ón
Dear Davrd,
As a fol l ow-up to ourtel ephone conversati on, I woul d l i ke to add somethrng that we apparentl y
o' l eri ooked. l f you rememben one of the probl ems was preci sel y the amount of energy we had to
produce to rai se the substance to boi l rng poi nt. l f we l ower the pressure, we can i n turn l ower the
Dorl rng poi nt and make the operati on l ess costl y and the overal l process more proftabl e.
I am not very expert i n how to perform thi s modi fi cati on, but l ' m sure i t wi l l cost l ess to l owerthe
pressure than to rai se the temperature under normal atmospheri c condi ti ons.
Get onto this right away and let me know when you have something. As you well know, we don't have
much time left
Regards,
Tres consejos de oro:
l. "La cantidad":Aunque "quantity''existe en inglés su uso es
sorprendentemente escaso. Al hablar de cantidades de sustancias casr
siempre empleamos la palabra "amounf'.
2. "Get onto this...": Frjate cómo esta expresión requiere otra
preposi ci ón di ferente en i ngl és.Tambi én empl eamos "on" cuando
deci mos "estoy
en el l o", que expresamos de l a si gui ente manera: "l ' m
on it / I'm on the case".
3.
'We
don't have much time leff': La expresión para decir que "nos
queda I' es "we have x left". Por ejemplo:
'We
ha¿e five minutes leff'
(Nos quedan cinco minutos). Para evitar los típicos errores que
cometen los españoles, conviene practicarlo ya que no tiene nada
que ver con el español.
40
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
131
Simple Present
Repeated Actions
repeated or usual, can be a habit, a hobby, a daily
event, a scheduled event, Facts or Generalizations, Now
(Non-Continuous Verbs)
Examples:
Cats like milk.
California is in America
The train does not leave at 9 AM.
She always forgets her purse
I am here now.
He needs help right now.
He has his passport in his hand.
ADVERB PLACEMENT
The examples below show the placement for grammar
adverbs such as: always, only, never, ever, still, just, etc.
Examples:
You only speak English.
Do you only speak English?
ACTIVE / PASSIVE
Examples:
Once a week, Tom cleans the car. Active
Once a week, the car is cleaned by Tom. Passive
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
132
Present Progressive
something is happening now
temporary jobs or tasks, something will or will not
happen in the near future. Something certain or sure.
something irritating or shocking often happens
Examples:
I am not standing.
Is he sitting or standing?
Aren't you teaching at the university now?
I am studying to become a doctor.
I am not going to the party tonight.
Is he visiting his parents next weekend?
She is always coming to class late.
He is constantly talking. I wish he would shut up.
ADVERB PLACEMENT
adverbs such as: always, only, now, at the moment,
never, ever, still, just, etc.
Examples:
You are still watching TV.
Are you still watching TV?
ACTIVE / PASSIVE
Examples:
Right now, Tom is writing the letter. Active
Right now, the letter is being written by Tom. Passive
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
133
Simple Past
an action started and finished at a specific time in the past, may not
actually mention the specific time, list a series of completed actions
in the past, expressions such as: for two years, for five minutes, all
day, all year, etc., we often add expressions such as: always, often,
usually, never, when I was a child, when I was younger, can also be
used to describe past facts or generalizations which are no longer
true, Some clauses begin with the word "when" such as "when I
dropped my pen..." or "when class began.
Examples:
I saw a movie yesterday.
I finished work, walked to the beach, and found a nice place to
swim.
When I paid her one dollar, she answered my question.
She answered my question when I paid her one dollar. He
didn't like tomatoes before. She worked at the movie theater
after school.
A: How long did you wait for them?
B: We waited for one hour.
ADVERB PLACEMENT
frequency: often, sometimes, always; a definite point in time:
last week, when I was a child, yesterday, six weeks ago.an
indefinite point in time: the other day, ages ago, a long time
ago etc.
ACTIVE / PASSIVE
Examples:
Right now, Tom is writing the letter. Active
Right now, the letter is being written by Tom. Passive
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
134
Present Perfect
NOTE : ACCIONES QUE ESTAN EN VIGOR TODAVIA SIEMPRE CON SINCE=DESDE Y FOR=DESDE HACE ...
BEEN TO= NO VIVIAS ALLI. BEEN IN= VIVI O RESIDI ALLI!!! GONE TO= QUE FUISTE Y AUN NO HAS VUELTO!

An action happened at an unspecified time before now. The exact time is not
important,

with unspecific expressions such as: ever, never, once, many times, several times,
before, so far, already, yet,

to describe your experience. It is like saying, "I have the experience of..." use this tense
to say that you have never had a certain experience,

to talk about change that has happened over a period of time, to list the
accomplishments of individuals and humanity,

an action which we expected has not happened,

suggests that we are still waiting for the action to happen,

to talk about several different actions which have occurred in the past at different
times,

suggests the process is not complete and more actions are possible.
Examples:
I have worked here for five years.
since this morning, since last week, since yesterday,
since I was 12, since Friday, since 6 o’clock.
I have lived here since 1998. They have been married since June.
Have you ever been to Canada?
Has she ever met someone famous?
I’ve already heard the story five times.
She has been to the doctor twice this week
ADVERB PLACEMENT
The positive ones : Ever - always - almost - always Usually - often - frequently
- generally - sometimes - occasionally These ones adverbs may also occur at the
beginning or end of a sentence. (The others do rarely) The negative ones :
Seldom - rarely - hardly ever - almost ever - never - not ever Others: Already -
finally - just - probably Already can occur also at the beginning or at the end of
a sentence. MORE ADVERBS : ALREADY, YET, STILL, ANYMORE
ACTIVE / PASSIVE
Examples:
Right now, Tom is writing the letter. Active
Right now, the letter is being written by Tom. Passive
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
135
Used To/Would Always
It is better not to use "used to" in questions or negative forms;
however, this is sometimes done in informal spoken English.
"Used to" expresses the idea that something was an old habit
that stopped in the past. It indicates that something was often
repeated in the past, but it is not usually done now.
"Used to" can also be used to talk about past facts or
generalizations which are no longer true.
Examples:
You would always take your surfboard with you when you went
to the beach.
Would you always take your surfboard with you when you went
to the beach?
You would not always take your surfboard with you when you
went to the beach.
Jerry used to study English.
Sam and Mary used to go to Mexico in the summer.
I used to start work at 9 o'clock.
I used to live in Paris.
Sarah used to be fat, but now she is thin.
George used to be the best student in class, but now Lena is the
best.
ACTIVE / PASSIVE
Examples:
Jerry used to pay the bills. Active
The bills used to be paid by Jerry. Passive
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
136
VERBS
Most verbs are "Normal Verbs." These verbs are usually physical actions which
you can see somebody doing. These verbs can be used in all tenses.
Normal Verbs
to run, to walk, to eat, to fly, to go, to say, to touch, etc.
Examples:
I eat dinner every day.
I am eating dinner now.
Group II Non-Continuous Verbs
The second group, called "Non-Continuous Verbs," is smaller. These verbs are
usually things you cannot see somebody doing. These verbs are rarely used in
continuous tenses. They include:
Abstract Verbs
to be, to want, to cost, to seem, to need, to care, to contain, to owe, to exist...
Possession Verbs
to possess, to own, to belong...
Emotion Verbs
to like, to love, to hate, to dislike, to fear, to envy, to mind...
Examples:
He is needing help now. Not Correct
He needs help now. Correct
He is wanting a drink now. Not Correct
He wants a drink now. Correct
Group III Mixed Verbs
The third group, called "Mixed Verbs," is the smallest group. These verbs have
more than one meaning. In a way, each meaning is a unique verb. Some
meanings behave like "Non-Continuous Verbs," while other meanings behave
like "Normal Verbs."
Mixed Verbs
to appear, to feel, to have, to hear, to look, to see, to weigh...
List of Mixed Verbs with Examples and Definitions:
to appear:
Donna appears confused. Non-Continuous Verb
Donna seems confused.
My favorite singer is appearing at the jazz club tonight. Normal Verb
My favorite singer is giving a performance at the jazz club tonight.
to have:
I have a dollar now. Non-Continuous Verb
I possess a dollar.
I am having fun now. Normal Verb
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
137
VERBS
to hear:
She hears the music. Non-Continuous Verb
She hears the music with her ears.
She is hearing voices. Normal Verb
She hears something others cannot hear. She is hearing voices in her mind.
to look:
Nancy looks tired. Non-Continuous Verb
She seems tired.
Farah is looking at the pictures. Normal Verb
She is looking with her eyes.
to miss:
John misses Sally. Non-Continuous Verb
He is sad because she is not there.
Debbie is missing her favorite TV program. Normal Verb
She is not there to see her favorite program.
to see:
I see her. Non-Continuous Verb
I see her with my eyes.
I am seeing the doctor. Normal Verb
I am visiting or consulting with a doctor. (Also used with dentist and lawyer.)
I am seeing her. Normal Verb
I am having a relationship with her.
He is seeing ghosts at night. Normal Verb
He sees something others cannot see. For example ghosts, aura, a vision of the
future, etc.
to smell:
The coffee smells good. Non-Continuous Verb
The coffee has a good smell.
I am smelling the flowers. Normal Verb
I am sniffing the flowers to see what their smell is like.
to taste:
The coffee tastes good. Non-Continuous Verb
The coffee has a good taste.
I am tasting the cake. Normal Verb
I am trying the cake to see what it tastes like.
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
138
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
139
VERBS
to think:
He thinks the test is easy. Non-Continuous Verb
He considers the test to be easy.
She is thinking about the question. Normal Verb
She is pondering the question, going over it in her mind.
to weigh:
The table weighs a lot. Non-Continuous Verb
The table is heavy.
She is weighing herself. Normal Verb
She is determining her weight.
Some Verbs Can Be Especially Confusing:
to be:
Joe is American. Non-Continuous Verb
Joe is an American citizen.
Joe is being very American. Normal Verb
Joe is behaving like a stereotypical American.
Joe is being very rude. Normal Verb
Joe is behaving very rudely. Usually he is not rude.
Joe is being very formal. Normal Verb
Joe is behaving very formally. Usually he is not formal.
NOTICE: Only rarely is "to be" used in a continuous form. This is most commonly done
when a person is temporarily behaving badly or stereotypically. It can also be used when
someone's behavior is noticeably different.
to feel:
The massage feels great. Non-Continuous Verb
The massage has a pleasing feeling.
I don't feel well today. Sometimes used as Non-Continuous Verb
I am a little sick.
I am not feeling well today. Sometimes used as Normal Verb
I am a little sick.
NOTICE: The second meaning of "feel" is very flexible and there is no real difference in
meaning between "I don't feel well today" and "I am not feeling well today."
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
140
CONDITIONALS
EXCEPTION Conditional with Modal Verbs
There are some special conditional forms for modal verbs in English:
would + can = could
would + shall = should
would + may = might
The words "can," "shall" and "may" cannot be used with "would."
Instead, they must be used in these special forms.
Examples:
If I went to Egypt, I would can learn Arabic. Not Correct
If I went to Egypt, I could learn Arabic. Correct
If she had time, she would may go to the party. Not Correct
If she had time, she might go to the party. Correct
The words "could," should," "might" and "ought to" include
conditional, so you cannot combine them with "would."
Examples:
If I had more time, I would could exercise after work. Not Correct
If I had more time, I could exercise after work. Correct
If he invited you, you really would should go. Not Correct
If he invited you, you really should go. Correct
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
141
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
142
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
143
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
144
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
145
DO VS. MAKE
Make
We use the verb 'make' for constructing, building or creating
make a dress
make food
make a cup of tea / coffee
'Make' is often used when referring to preparing food of any kind.
make a meal - breakfast / lunch / dinner
!Note - these activities usually create something that you can touch.
Important Expressions with 'Make'
There are a number of standard expressions that take the verb 'make'. The best
solution is to try to LEARN THEM.
make amends
make arrangements
make believe - (to pretend)
make a choice
make a comment
make a decision
make a difference
make an effort
make an enquiry
make an excuse
make a fool of yourself
make a fortune
make friends
make a fuss
make a journey
make love
make a mess
make a mistake
make money
make a move
make a noise
make a phone call
make a plan
make a point
make a profit
make a promise
make a remark
make a sound
make a speech
make a suggestion
make time
make a visit.....
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
146
DO VS. MAKE
DO
We use the verb 'do' when someone performs an action, activity or task.
do a crossword
do the ironing
do the laundry
do the washing
do the washing up
'Do' is often used when referring to work of any kind.
do your work
do homework
do housework
do your job
!Note - these activities do not usually produce a physical object.
'Do' for General Ideas
Use the verb 'do' when speaking about things in general. In other
words, to describe an action without saying exactly what the action
is. This form is often used with the words 'something, nothing,
anything, everything, etc.'
I'm not doing anything today.
He does everything for his mother.
She's doing nothing.
Important Expressions with 'Do'
There are a number of standard expressions that take the verb
'do'. The best solution is to try to LEARN THEM.
do badly
do business
do the dishes
do a favor
do good
do harm
do time - (to go to prison)
do well
do your best
do your hair
do your nails
do your worst
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
147
HOLLYWOOD ENGLISH
High Elementary to Middle Intermediate
Manual for Teachers and Students
Colin Rivas
First Edition
Hollywood English Publishing Vigo, Spain
Copyright ©2011 Colin Rivas PRINTED IN SPAIN RG COPY
All Rights Reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form
or by any means electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the
publisher.
First Edition August 2011 Revised First Edition October 2011 Revised First Edition, Second Printing December 2011
Revised First Edition, Third Printing January 2012 Revised First Edition, Fourth Printing May 2012 Revised First
Edition, Fifth Printing 2012 Sixth Printing March 2012
Published by
HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
CALLE VENEZUELA, VIGO 36302
Cover Art by hollywood english
Many thanks to The Oubinha Family, all the teachers at hollywood english and for permission to use his artwork. Find out
more about the artist from his website at: www.hollywoodenglish.es or www.myhollywoodenglish.com
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
148
[209] WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
209
www.hollywoodenglish.es
[209] WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
209
www.hollywoodenglish.es
[209] WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
209
www.hollywoodenglish.es WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
151
[209] WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
209
www.hollywoodenglish.es
[209] WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
209
www.hollywoodenglish.es
[209] WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
209
www.hollywoodenglish.es
[209] WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
209
www.hollywoodenglish.es
[209] WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
209
www.hollywoodenglish.es
[211]
©HC2012
Fair Use Notice
This manual contains
copyrighted material the use
of which has not always been
specifically authorized by
the copyright owner. We are
making such material
available in our efforts to
advance understanding of
environmental, political,
human rights, economic,
democracy, scientific, and
social justice issues, etc.
We believe this constitutes a
'fair use' of any such
copyrighted material as
provided for in section 107
of the US Copyright Law. In
accordance with Title17
U.S.C. Section 107, the
material on this manual is
distributed without profit to
those who have expressed a
prior interest in receiving
the included
information for research and
educational purposes. If you
wish to use
copyrighted material from
this manual for purposes of
your own that go beyond
'fair use', you must obtain
permission from the copyright
owner. Hollywood English is
not liable to any misuse or
misinterpretation of the
materials, uses, indirect
links, streams or downloads
which might occur while using
the hollywood english 2.0
manual. for further info
contact
www.myhollywoodenglish.com
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
211
WWW.HOLLYWOODENGLISH.ES
149
ADVANCED
MANUAL
INCLUDES MEDICAL,
LEGAL AND
BUSINESS
ENGLISH
H
O
L
L
Y
W
O
O
D
2
.
0
INTERMEDIATE
MANUAL FOR
STUDENTS AND
TEACHERS