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Lesson 3

Were you studying while your parents were working?

Get readv to use the Past Continuous tor simultaneous actions, object pronouns and talk about sports. Time to start What were they doing while Zack was working?

W ord for word Sports

DOWN 1.An action or activity performed by a pair. 2.A type of spectaeles used to protect the eyes from dust or water. 3.A prescribed, detailed course of action to be followed regularly. ACROSS 1.A eerson who competes. 2.An object made of a soft, pliable material, such as cotton or rubber, and fitted into the ear canal to block the entry of water or sound. 3.Cosmetics applied especially to the face. 4.A garment worn while swimming. Electro-acoustic transducer that converts electrical signals into sounds loud enough to be heard at a distance.


Read on Synchronized Swimming

What do you know about synchronized swimming? Sean the artiele to find the words from the WORD FOR WORD section in it. Read the artiele and say what synchronized swimmers have to wear during practice or competitions. / Synchronized swimming was originally called "water ballet". Competitors execute a series of choreographed moves in water, which may inelude "substantial twists, thrusts, rockets and boosts". Swimmers can compete either in the "duets" competition or in the "teams" evento Competitors perform a technical routine, consisting of a series of required movements, and a free routine, which allows each duet or team to "perform its own choreographed material". There are hundreds of positions that can be used to create combinations. Competitors wear a rubber nose elip to keep water from entering their nose. Some swimmers wear ear-plugs to keep the water out of their ears. Hair is worn in a bun. Competitors also wear custom swimsuits and headpieces. Swimmers wear heavy eye make-up which helps portray the emotions involved with the routine; it is necessary to accentuate the eyes of each individual swimmer. Underwater speakers ensure that swimmers can hear the music and synchronize with each other. Synchronized swimmers use goggles during practice but not during routine competition. Synchronized swimming is a beautiful sport which requires special skills and years of training.

Listen on T3 She Was Playing Tennis While ... Listen to the track and match the photos according to the sentences you hear. Repeat the sentences out loud looking at the photos.

We use subject pronouns as subjects of sentences and object pronouns as objects. SUBJECT PRONOUNS I you he she it we you they OBJECT PRONOUNS me you him her it us you them

Examples: 1. I kicked the ball. Sam kicked the ball to me. 2. She put on the goggles. Tim passed the goggles to her. 3. We were playing basketball. The coach was talking to


Grammar peek Past Continuous (parallel actions)

4. They were skiing. I didn't see them.

We also use this tense to talk about two or more activities happening at the same. We usually use 'when' or 'while' to link the two sentences. Sentence in Past Continuous WHEN/WHILE Sentence in Past Continuous

She was swimming.

She was swimming.


Sentence in Past Continuous

Sentence in Past Continuous +

They were talking.

Team up

Each team has to mime/show/act different sport-related activities. The opposite team has to say what activities were shown. Teams have to use the Past Continuous in their sentences. The team that remembers what everybody was doing, wins.

Interview your classmates and report to the group what they were doing at a specific time in the past, while your other classmates were doing something else. Take turns and compare your sentences.
Describe a sports match/game. Use the Past Continuous and 'while' in your sentences. Example: While Boris was running through the field, Mark and John were waiting for him at the gates.

Have you gane there?

Lesson 4
: Get ready to
describe events that have just been completed using the Present Perfect (short answers).

Time to start What have they done? Pairwork

Ask a classmate these questions to get the answers: 'Ves, I/you/we/they have.', 'No, I/you/we/they haven't.', 'Ves, he/she has.', 'No, he/she hasn't'. Have you had breakfast? Have your parents gone to work? Have you done your homework? Have your classes begun? Has your teacher arrived? Have you seen your best friend? Has your friend called you? Have you had a test?

Listen on T4 Party Time!

Do you like attending parties? Have you been to a party recently? listen to the track and mark the photos which represent what is mentioned in the dialog. Then write correct sentences. 1. Kim didn't take a video. 2. Julie has seen the photos. 3. Kim hasn't posted her photos. 4. Jill has never seen such a big cake. S. Kim has tried starfish many times before.

Grammar peek Present Perfect Simple (short answers)

In which of these sentences is the Present Perfect Simple tense used?

He went to the party. He's gone to the party. We haven't se en her. We saw her yesterday.
We use Present Perfect Simple for the events which have just been completed at the moment of speaking.

i've just arrived.

We also use it to discuss unfinished actions. - Has she c/eaned the house? - No, she hasn't.

I/You/We/They have + Past Participle verb He/She/lt has + Past Participle verb

We can also use it to discuss something that happened in the past but we don't want to mention or don't know exactly whe

They've studied French for a long time.

We use it to suggest that a past action still has an effect upon something happening in the presento Carol has decorated my room. It looks beautiful. SHORT ANSWERS: Ves, I/you/we/they have. No, I/you/we/they haven't. Ves, he/she/it has. No, he/she/it hasn't.

Past Participle verbs

Participles come in two varieties: past and presento They are two of the five forms or main parts that every verb has.

VERB bring jump sing

SIMPLE PRESENT bring(s) jump(s) sing(s)

SIMPLE PAST brought jumped sang

P/\<., I p,un l' I f'll brought jumped sung

PRESENT I INFINITIVE PARTICIPLE bringing to bring jumping to jump singing to sing

Past participles do not have a consistent ending. The past participles of all regular verbs end in ed; the past participles of irregular verbs vary. If you look at bring and sing, for example, you'lI see that their past participles brought and sung do not follow the same pattern even though both verbs have ing as the ending. Consult a dictionary whenever you are unsure of a verb's past participle formo Write in your notebook the Past Participle forms of these irregular verbs:

speak, run, go, do, swim, take, give, grow, fly, foil, keep, soy, tell, fight, show, see, understcind, become
What irregular verbs are used in the dialog on Track 4? What are their past participle forms?

Writing practice
Write positive and negative short answers for the questions.

1.-Have Kate and Ben left? 2.-Has her friend bought a new phone? 3.-Has Mike spoken to Lola? 4.-Have you cleaned your room? 5.-Has Rose called them? 6.-Have your cousins gone abroad? 7.-Has Pete sent an e-mail?

- Yes, they have.

-No, they havent

Team up
Each team has to choose 6 verbs from the llst here and make simple drawings that represent them. Then they have to show their drawings to the opposite team. The opposite team has to guess what verb it represents and to say it using its Past Participle formo The team that guesses all the verbs and says their Past Participle forms correctly wins.

ride think speak

swim feel sell

forget find go

buy hear drive

make spend leave

dig win


What makes a party special and unforgettable? Discuss it with your cJassmates. Make a list of things you'd like to have/see/eat in the next party you organize. Ask your dassmates about the last party they attended. Use the Present Perfect tense in your questions to receive short answers. ExampJe: - Have you invited your best friend? - Ves, I have.

Create an invitation card for your party. Show it to your classmates and act a dialog in pairs. Use vocabulary and structures from Track 4. Choose the card you like the most and explain your choice.

Use Present Perfect Simple to talk about different experiences and describe food.

Time to start Have you ever tried this? Grammar peek Present Perfect Simple with 'ever' and 'never'
Are these questions similar? How? Have you ever been abroad? Has Jake ever ridden a horse? Have they ever studied together? We use Present Perfect simple with 'ever' and 'never' to talk about different experiences that have or haven't happened to uso 'Ever' and 'never' go before the past participle. Examp/e: - Have you ever been abroad? - No, / hoven't. I have never been abroad.

Listen on T5 Exotic Food!

Have you ever tried any exotic food? What was its main ingredient? Listen to the dialog and mark TRUE or FALSE for the statements here. TRUE 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Bart has been to Hong Kong twice. Chad's tried bird nest soup. Chad has never been to Beijing. Bart has never tried bird nest soup. Chad has tried fried maggots. Bart has never tried fried cockroaches. Bart has never tried raw horse meato FALSE

Irregular Plurals
NOUN TYPE Ends with - is Ends with - on Ends with-f Ends with - fe Ends with - us Ends with - o Other kinds Unchanging THE PLURAL I ChangeFORMING to - es Change to- a Change to - v and add - es Change to - v and add - s Change to - i Add - es Changes the vowel/word/ending Same singular and plural

I analysis
phenomenon half knife cactus potato man deer

EXAMPLE analyses phenomena halves knives cacti potatoes men deer

Change these nouns from singular to plural. tomatowife/oafRead on Truffles

Have you ever tried or heard of truffles? Read the artcle and say why it is one of the most expensive foods in the world. Many chefs call a truffle the diamond of the culinary world. A truffle is a rare, edible mushroom that is considered to be a delicacy due to its intense aroma and characteristic flavor. Truffles are difficult to find and they are very expensive.They can cost up to 600 dollars a pound. In the United States edible truffles are collected in the forests ofOregon and Washington. In Europe, most truffles are collected in France and Italy. Truffle hunters in Italy and France use pigs and dogs to sniff out truffles. In North America, truffle collectors use some clues to find truffles. First, it must be warm and the soil moist. Second, they look for the right tree. Truffles are usually found under pines, oaks, hazel nuts, hickories, birches, beeches, and eucalyptus. Truffles are usually served with salads, risotto o pastas.


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Word for word Exotic Food Find the definition of these words and phrases. Write sentences of your own using them. fried bugs exotic meal nest dish edible flavor soil saliva

Numbers 100 - 1000

The numbers from 100 to 900 repeat the word 'hundred'. Use numbers from 1 to 9 and add the word 'hundred'. From 100 to 999 are 3 digit numbers. 1000 (a thousand) is a 4 digit number. Example: 300 - three hundred, 500 - five hundred When we have to saya 3 digit number, first we use the hundreds and then the 2 digit numbers. Example: 254 - two hundred and fifty-four, 711- seven hundred and eleven Team up Take a minute to look at the photos. The team that remembers everything Victor has never done, is the winner.

Ask a partner these questions. Have you ever been to Japan? Have you ever tried a falafel? Have you ever practiced yoga? Have you ever seen a tiger? Have you ever eaten maggots? Have you ver traveled byairplane?

Have you ever driven a bus?

Visit and find out about different recipes. Choose one you'd like to try. Explain your choice to your classmates.
Ask your classmates which of the recipes they find the most unusual or exotic and why.

LESSON 6 What have you just done? Get ready to Use Present Perfect with 'just', 'already', 'yet' and talk about visiting public places.

Time to start What have they just done? Writing practice

Pete and Monica are going to travel to Brazll. They're leaving in an hour. They've been doing many things around the house. Look at the illustrations. Say what they've just/already done or haven't done veto Then write sentences about it in your notebook. Use these verbs: pack, feed, do, water, switch off, lock.

Grammar peek Present perfect Simple with just, already, yet What do these sentences express? Ive just swept the flour. Shes already seen this movie. They havent sold their car yet. We use the Present Perfect with just to mean that something has happened very recently. Example: Hes just arrived. We use the Present Perfect with yet to mean that something we expected to happen hasnt happened. Example: I havent washed my clothes yet.. We use the Present Perfect with 'already' to mean that something happened earlier than we expected. Example: They've already gone to the theater.

Read on In Paris!
Read Tania's letter and mark photos which represent what Tania has already seen/visited in Paris. Read Tanla's letter again and answer the questions below.

You know that going to Paris has always been my dream. Finally it came true! i'm here, in Paris. It has been an amazing experierce. I'm sending you the photos of the places lve already visited. l'm leaving in 5 days and l hope to see much more. As for any

tourst the first sight to see, was the Eiffel Tower. l had an incredible meal at "Le 58 Tout Eiffel its a restaurant located onl the tower's first level. lt offers traditional French cuisine Everybody knws that the Louvre is a famous art museum in Paris. And yes, of course, l've seen Leonardo De Vinci's Monaa Lisa I've also seen Greek vase paintings, sculptures, historical and mythical figures An other paintings completed during the Renaissance and other periods. the Opera Bastille is a famous opera house in Paris, but: l haven't been there yet. I've already visited the Notre Dame Cathedral. Clinbing the 387 steps to the top of this masterpece was well worth the effort for the spectacular view. I've also been to the Cataconbs of Paris. They are un like anything else l've ever seen. They're a maze of undergrond tunnels with alcoves that go back up to 20 feet that are fulI of bones. I haven't gone shopping to the Galleries Lafayette yet. They say, it is a gourmet shopping feast with all types of prestiqious stores. And how could l not visit a place where One of history's greotest legends rests? The Tomb of Napoleon. Knowing the history of this remarkable man made the visit so much more meaningful. l have so much to tell you. Miss you your friend 1. Has Tania already eaten in "Le 58 Tout Eiffell/? ________________________ 2. Has Tania been to the Opera Bastille? ________________________ 3. Has Tania seen Leonardo da Vinci's "Mona Lisa"? ________________________ 4. Has Tania climbed to the top of the Notre Dame Cathedral? ____________________ Team up Read the sentences which express results of something that has just been done. The team that makes more sentences using Present Pefect Simple with 'just', becomes the winner. Example: The house is clean. Thev've just cleaned it. Project@Hand I The movie was interesting. The baby is full. Remember a trip to a new town/city/country. The plants look beautiful. Complete the table and compare it with your classmates'. This novel will be successful. I can't find my keys.

LESSON 7 How long has he worked there? Get ready to. use the Present Perfect with 'for' and 'since' and practice job interviews.

Time to start What have you done...

Since last Sunday? For two hours? Since 2008? For many years? For a long time? Since 7 oclock? For 10 minutes? Since last May? For a month?

Grammar peek Present Perfect Simple with 'for' and 'since' We use 'for' with the Present Perfect to talk about a period of time - 6 days, 3 years, 10 minutes. We use 'since' with the Present Perfect to talk about a point of time in the past - Monday, 1998, 6o'clock. Fill in the table with the time expressions. last weekend, a long time, three days, this morning, last weekend, February, 15 minutes, two hours FOR SINCE

Listen on T6 How long have you...? Listen to the track and mark the images which represent the questions you hear. Then listen again and answer the questions. Use 'since' or 'for' in your answers. Write your answers down.

Word for word Work Tools Construction workers use screwdrivers, pliers and electric drills. Nurses use stethoscopes, thermometers and gloves. Gardeners use law'n mowers, shovels and chainsaws. Make-up artists use eyelash curlers, water sponges and lip gloss. Tailors use measuring tapes, scissors and chalks

Read on Job Interview Answer the questions before you read the dialog. Have you ever had a job interview? What questions would you ask if you interviewed someone for a job?

Read the dialog and underline all 'for' and 'since' in it. Practice the dialog in pairs. Answer the questions below. Write a dialog of your own using this one as a model. Practice it in pairs.

Employer: How long have you worked at STM International? Robert: I've worked there since 2009. Employer: What have you done in the last year to upgrade or improve your skills? Robert: I've taken a management training program. Employer: How long has the program lasted? Robert: I've taken it for a year. Employer: Have you ever resolved any technical problem in the company? Robert: Yes, I have. Employer: You told me that currently you're looking for new opportunities. So how long have you been absent from work? Robert: I've been absent for two months. Employer: Have you ever been late for an important meeting? Robert: No, I haven't. I'm very punctual. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. How long has Robert worked at STM International? _______________________________ What has Robert done to upgrade his skills? ____________________________________ How long has Robert taken a management training program? _______________________ How long has Robert been absent from work? ___________________________________ Has Robert ever been late for an important meeting? ______________________________

Team up Each team has to write sentences using the Present Perfect Simple with 'for' or 'since' according to the images. The team that writes more correct sentences wins.

Interview your classmates to find out:

Project@ Hand
Visit interviewquestionsanswers/a/interviewquest. htm and make a list of sample questions and best answers for job interviews. Compare and discuss them with your classmates.

how long they have been at schaol how long they have practiced sports how long they have p'anned their next vacation how long they have studled English

Lesson 8

Are there any tomatoes in the fridge?

Get ready to practice countablejuncountable nouns and use 'some', 'any', 'much, ' many', 'a lot of', 'a few', 'a little' correctly. Time to star What would you like to buy?

Word for word

1 teaspoon 1 tablespoon 1 ounce 1 cup 1 gallon 1 pound 1 kilogram

Measurements 4.93 milliliters 14.79 milliliters 29.57 milliliters 0.24 liters 3.79 liters 0.45 kilograms 1000 grams

Grammar peek Quantifiers COUNTABLE many UNCOUNTABLE much EXAMPLES How many cucumbers do we have? How much sugar is in the bag? There is a lot of salt A little NEGATIVES AND QUESTIONS any Would you like some water? Is there any milk? I dont have any fruit I have a few oranges I have a little sugar

A lot of (lots of) A few AFFIRMATIVE Some

Listen on T7 Id like Mathew and Victoria are at the local market. Listen to the track and fill in the blanks in the sentences. Then change the order of the sentences according to the images below. Read them out loud. Mathew Id like to buy ____________ tomatoes and some lettuce. Id like ____________ cheese and _________ of apples. Id like ____________ coconut butter and ________ bread.

Victoria Id like _________ cucumbers and _________ strawberries. Id like _________of marmalade and _______ lemons. Id like _________milk and_______cake.



Read on Lets Make Dinner! Carmen and Nick are organizing a dinner for some friends. Read their dialog and role play it in pairs. Answer the questions below. Carmen: What about making something light for dinner, like a salad or an omelet? Nick: That sounds nice, but I don't know if we have any vegetables or eggs. Let me look in the fridge. Carmen: Do we have any tomatoes? Nick: Yes, but not many. There's some lettuce and a few cucumbers. Carmen: Are there any zucchinis? Nick: No, there aren't any zucchinis, but there are a few carrots. Carmen: How much olive oil is there? Nick: There is a lot. There are three bottles of virgin olive oil. Carmen: Do we have any eggs and a half kilo of flour? Nick: Yes, we do. Let's make dinner! 1.Do they have any tomatoes? 2.Is there any lettuce? 3.Are there many cucumbers? 4.Are there any zucchinis? 5.Is there a lot of olive oil? 6.How many bottles of olive oil are there? 7.Do they have any eggs? _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________ _____________________________________

Team Up
Each team has to make a list of items they need to buy for a party using the food from either one of the lists of the previous exercise and correct quantifiers. 100 grams a head a quarter of a kilo a half a kilo a kilo a half a dozen dozen a carton a bar a box a bottle a packet a slice a loaf

Now I can identify object pronouns. use the Past Continuous tense. talk about experiences using the Present Perfect tense. use the quantifiers correctly. identify countable and uncountable nouns. ask about quantity and price using 'How much/How many'. identify irregular plurals. describe experiences in public places.




My Project My Bucket List! Bucket list (informal) It is a number of experiences or achievements that a person hopes to have or accomplish during their lifetime. It comes from the English expression 'kick the bucket' which means 'to die'. Answer and discuss the questions. If you had to make a list of things you have already done and have never done, which list would be longer? What are some activities you would put on your bucket list? What are some popular activities that appear on many bucket lists? Why do you think these are popular? How realistic is it to write a bucket list, and then do the activities listed? What kind of dreams do you have? Will any ofthese dreams come true? Why/not? Why is it important to have dreams or goals to work towards? Look at Pablo's presentation of things he would like to put on his bucket list. Then write what he has never done according to his presentation. After that, make a presentation of your own.

I've never done this!

He has never ________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ___________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________ _______________ ____________________________________________________________ _______________ ____________________________________________________________ _______________ ____________________________________________________________ _______________ ____________________________________________________________ _______________

Exotic Foods

The term exotic food usually refers to the foods introd uced from other countries. Even the food of McDonalds can seem exotic for the people of Thailand. In some countries there are really fascinating or extraordinary specialties. Many times those foods are made out of very fresh or products that are still alive. The fresher the food, the fewer problems there might be and the better the taste is. In the past, people used to cook only with fresh ingredients; therefore, they could ward off potential health hazard and assured the best quality in terms of taste. Have you ever eaten alive octopus? Its a very popular dish in Korea. It tastes great and contains o lot of nutrients which might get destroyed with heat. Have you ever seen a creature called Gaebul (in Korean)? It is a species of marine spoon worm. When you touch its body, it shrinks. It is also a very popular dish in Korea. It is hard to find a person who has never tasted a chicken egg. But what about a balut? It is a fertilized duck embryo that is boiled and eaten in the sell. It is believed to be an aphrodisiac and considered a high-protein food. It is commonly sold as street food in the Philippines. Whichever exotic or rare food you encounter in different countries, it is worth trying. It opens a whole new world of flavors and makes traveling more exciting.

Word for word

Read the new words and match them with their synonyms. Find them in the text. Then make sentences of your own using them.
1.ward off a. Any of various crawling insect larvae, such as a grub or a caterpillar, having a soft elongated body

2.hazard 3.boil
4. worm

b. to change from a liquid to a vapor by the application of heat c. to repel, to avert

d. a chance of being injured or harmed; danger

Writing practice
1. 2. What does the term 'exotic food' usually refer to? __________________________________________________________ Why is it better to cook or eat fresh food? __________________________________________________________ How could people ward off potential health hazards in the past? __________________________________________________________ What is a balut? __________________________________________________________

3. 4.

Workbook Read Paul's letter in lesson 1 and choose TRUE or FALSE for the statements here. a. Paul was sailing with Sue and Patrick. b. Paul can call Sue every day. c. They were having fun yesterday. d. Paul was setting sail in the morning. e. Patrick was having breakfast. f. It was raining all night g. Mark was steering the boat TRUE FALSE

h. A pod of dolphins was passing by. i. Mark was trying to film them. j. Paul could film dolphins. 2. Listen to Track 1 and answer the questions 1.What were Lesley and Liz doing on Saturday? ____________________________________________________

2.Was Liz visiting someone in Santa Barbara?


3.What were Lesley and Liz looking for?


4.Were they driving through the vineyards?


5.What were they having along with the wines? ____________________________________________________

6.Who was driving?

____________________________________________________ Listen to Track 3 and choose the correct names for the questions. Shelley a. Who was helping the teachers? b. Who was telling students what homework they missed? c.Who was decorating bulletin boards? d.Who was interpreting test results? e. Who was evaluating students' health? f. Who was picking up the trash? g. Who told the teacher what students were doing during their work hours? h. Who was sweeping the floors? i. Who was planning bulletin boards? j. Who was the teacher's assistant? k. Who was a janitor? l. Who was a homework monitor? m. Who was a school counselor? n. Who were school nurses?








4. Look at the images and complete the sentences.

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

I was sleeping while Sonia __________________________________________________________ Greg was studying while Ann and her friends ____________________________________________ Chad was working while Ann and her friends ___________________________________________ Victor was checking his e-mails while Ingrid_____________________________________________ Peter was swimming while Ken and Brenda._____________________________________________ I was eating while Chelsea __________________________________________________________ Children were playing while Lionel _____________________________________________________ Fred was fixing the roof while Samuel.__________________________________________________ Carrie was planting a tree while Robert_________________________________________________

Answer the questions about you. 1. 2. 3. 4. What were you doing yesterday? What were you doing last Sunday? What were you doing two days ago in the afternoon? What were you doing last night?

Listen to track 3 and write correct sentences. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Jessica was putting on make-up _______________________________________________________ Jamie was trying on her roller blades. _______________________________________________________ Nick was carrying his racquet _______________________________________________________ Vickys friends were playing tennis _______________________________________________________ Jessica was cutting her hair _______________________________________________________ Elsa was taking off her goggles _______________________________________________________.

Fill in the gaps in the sentences. Use the Past Continuous and the verbs in parenthesis 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. He __________________ letters all day yesterday. (write) Your Mom _________________ on the phone for hours. (talk) It _____________________for long. (not rain) What _____________________ you ____________________ at the party? (wear) Tims business partner_____________________ much business before lunch (not do) My wife ___________________________ to me all week (not speak) What program_________________ you _________________ when I arrived? (watch) We _________________ a monastery in China. (visit) Ann _________________ a very interesting novel in her room (read) I ___________________ to the Canary Islands when he had the accident (fly) Her children _________________ fun or Mr. Peters and he was mad. (make) Someone __________________ at Nick. I could hear it in my room. (shout)

Change the sentences into negatives 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. The plane was taking off when the accident happened ___________________________________________________________ My parents were talking to the principal when I left. ___________________________________________________________ Frida and Jim were watering plants when it started raining ___________________________________________________________ Patrick was testing new machine when the alarm went off. ___________________________________________________________ Daniela was jogging in front of your house. When she saw a big cargo truck parking __________________________________________________________ We were walking towards the bank-when Sam approached us. __________________________________________________________ Students were paying attention to what you were saying __________________________________________________________ Who was helping Mark when I called? __________________________________________________________

Listen to track 4 and choose TRUE or FALSE for the statements here

Kim has been to a party like Jills many times Julie hasnt seen the photos Kim has posted the photos on her Facebook page Julie has never seen such a big cake Julie has sung on a stage before Kim has never seen starfish Julie has tried starfish before Kim is allergic to seafood

10. Complete the answers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Has the baby slept? Have Ron and Jim called you? Has Diane left school? Has the president visited China? Have you read this book? Has Ben had dinner yet? Have you sent an e-mail? Have the children cleaned the room? Has your girlfriend visited your new office? Have you chosen who to vote for? Yes, __________________________________. No, __________________________________. No, __________________________________. Yes, __________________________________. No, __________________________________. Yes, __________________________________. Yes, __________________________________. No, __________________________________. No, __________________________________. Yes, __________________________________.

Write the past participle form of the verbs in the table Buy Speak Know Meet Feel Go Be see Take Make Do Tell Become Drive Give keep

Read the text Synchronized Swimming in Lesson 3 and complete the sentences here. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Synchronized swimming was originally called ___________________________________________. Swimmers can compete in duets or ____________________________________________________. There are hundreds of ______________________________________________________________. Competitors wear __________________________________________________________________. It is necessary to___________________________________________________________________. Some swimmers wear_______________________________________________________________. Hair is ___________________________________________________________________________. Underwater speakers ensure _________________________________________________________. Synchronized swimmers do not use ____________________________________________________. Synchronized swimming requires_______________________________________________________.

Listen to track 5 and answer the questions 1. How many times has Bart been to Hong Kong? 2. What has Chad just read about? 3. What dish has Chad tried in Beijing? 4. Where has Bart seen the most exotic food? 5. What insects has Bert never tried? 6. Has Bart ever tried raw horse meat?

Write the correct numbers 1.359 ____________________________ 2.981 ____________________________ 3.202 ____________________________ 4.444 ____________________________ 5.599 ____________________________ 6.103 ___________________________ 7.630 ___________________________ 8.911 ___________________________ 9.707 ___________________________ 10.888 __________________________ 11. 515 __________________________________ 12. 173 __________________________________ 13.269 __________________________________ 14.302 __________________________________ 15.419 __________________________________ 16.777 __________________________________ 17.501 __________________________________ 18.913 __________________________________ 19.320 __________________________________ 20.650 __________________________________

Read the article Truffles in Lesson 5 and choose the correct answers. a. b. c. d. e. f. g. h. i. j. Do many chefs call a truffle the pearl of the culinary world? Is truffle a common mushroom? Are truffles easy to find? Do truffles cost up to six hundred dollars a pound Do truffles have an intense aroma? Are truffles cheap? Are truffles collected in the fields of Oregon? Are most truffles collected in France and Italy? Do truffle hunters in France and Italy use horses to find truffles? Do American truffle hunters use some clues to find truffles?

k. l. m. n. o. p. q. r.

Does the soil have to be moist? Do truffle hunters look for the right tree? Are truffles usually found under oaks? Are truffles usually served with fish? Can pigs and dogs sniff out truffles? Is one of the clues warm weather? Are edible truffles found in the forest of Washington? Do truffle hunters use cats to find truffles?

16. Read Tanias letter in Lesson 6 and write correct sentences 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. Tanias dream hasnt come true yet _____________________________________________ It hasnt been an amazing experience _____________________________________________ She hasnt seen the Eiffel Tower _____________________________________________ Tania hasnt seen the Mona Lisa yet _____________________________________________ She has already visited the Opera Bastille _____________________________________________ Tania hasnt climbed the 387 steps to the top of the Notre Dame Cathedral _________________________________________________________________ She hasnt been to the Catacombs of Paris _________________________________________________________________ She has already gone shopping to the Galleries Lafayette _________________________________________________________________

17. Read Job Interview in lesson 7 and write a dialog of your own using How long... and Have you ever Role play it with a classmate. Employer: _________________________________________________ Interviewee: ________________________________________________ Employer: _________________________________________________ Interviewee: ________________________________________________ Employer: ________________________________________________ Interviewee: ________________________________________________ Listen to track 7 and draw the products that Mathew and Victoria would like to buy. Then remember and repeat their sentences.