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EVeRyDAy EnGLisH 3
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Student Worksheet Grammar Activity
Name:

1 • Situation 1

Present Simple and Present Continuous A  Read the text.
Meet Dave and Sara Johnson. What do they do? They are both journalists. Dave works for the Times newspaper. Does he have a full-time job? Yes, he does. All the journalists and editors at the Times start work at 9 a.m. and finish work at 5 p.m. What kind of articles does Dave write? He and his friend Peter both write news articles. Are they working on an exciting assignment at the moment? Yes, they are. Dave is busy talking to his editor about the article. Peter isn’t talking to them. He is looking for information online. Does Sara work for the same newspaper as Dave? No, she doesn’t. Sara doesn’t work in an office. She works part-time from home. Sara doesn’t write news articles. She writes articles about home design for a magazine. Right now Sara isn’t writing. Why isn’t she writing? She is speaking on the phone with her managing editor.

B  Complete the interview with the correct form of the verbs. Use the Present Simple.
Mike:  Ben, you 1 Ben: I 3  (have) an exciting job. Where 2 (work) for a busy newspaper. I 4 the managing editor you
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you (be) the managing editor. (do)?

(work)?

Mike:  What 5
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(work) with all the journalists? (meet) in

Ben: 

es, I Y (do). I work with all the jounalists and editors. We 8 the conference room every morning. (work) on the most exciting news assignments? (do) because he 11 the same editor always

Mike:  Who 9 Ben: Barry usually 10 

(have) the most experience. (edit) Barry’s articles?

Mike: 12  Ben: 

o, the same editor 13 N (not do). Sometimes Mary edits his writing and other times, Paula 14 (work) on Barry’s articles.

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EVeRyDAy EnGLisH 3
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Student Worksheet Grammar Activity
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1 • Situation 1

Present Simple and Present Continuous
Complete the text with the correct form of the verbs. Use the Present Continuous. C 
It’s a busy morning at the offices of The Star newspaper. What 1 right now at the offices of The Star newspaper? Carl, a young journalist, 2 editor, 3 well? Yes, it is. Where 5 journalists (not write).
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everyone

(do)

(apply) for a part-time job. Petra, the managing (interview) Carl. 4 the interview (go)

the journalists

(work)? Some 6 (write) their articles. Janet and Jim 9

(work)

in the newsroom. Lance 7

(look) for information on the Internet and two other

they

(take) a break? No, they aren’t. Janet 11 she (work) on? (write) an exciting news article. (have) a meeting in the conference room. They (discuss) the newspaper. (come) out of Petra’s office. (leave)? No, he isn’t. Petra (show) him around the newsroom.

(talk) to her editor about her article. Which kind of article 12 She 13 Two other editors 14
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George. you a restaurant review. 1 finish George  3 1 have happen work not go 2 be take leave start a publisher.m.m. and George home. so he always work before 7:00 p. Why don’t they have a meeting? One of the best editors is on vacation and George is editing a restaurant review. It isn’t a normal day at Marcus Publishing. Martin. the graphic artist. Penny. Linda. I do. around the office. She doesn’t understand his politics article and she needs him to explain it. the publisher. She doesn’t have time. the receptionist.  3 not be Amy: P  eter: Amy: Peter: Amy: Peter: work edit write not write be Who usually 1 Rachel. one 6 4 on in the office this morning? Sara. But today Penny isn’t feeling well and she is resting at home. The other office workers are answering phone calls today. Right now it is 7 very hard. on at the moment? Yes. Why is everyone working so hard? They want to finish today’s newspaper. you usually about politics? at work today. usually takes phone calls. but she of the editors.EVeryDAy ENglish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 1 • Situation 2 Present Simple and Present Continuous. usually 2 at her desk at the moment. George usually starts work at 8:00 a. the new graphic artist. Mandy is talking to one of the journalists. People are running around the office. usually takes a coffee break at 10:00 a.m. He knows he has a lot of work to do. But today George isn’t meeting the editors. He seldom 5 the office. so he is trying to make the tour as quick as possible. Keith is showing a new journalist around the office. but Larry 6 Página 3 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . Stative Verbs A  Read the text. but right now they aren’t editing. meets the editors every morning in the conference room. every day.m. He his own newspaper. She 2 What 3 I4 5 your articles? an excellent editor. What 5:30 p. He 9 ? George 8 his managing editor out to a restaurant to celebrate his birthday. Sara 5 the phone calls. But there are some problems. They him to the other journalists and editors. the receptionist.m. but this morning she isn’t taking a break. He is on vacation. Why aren’t Keith and Mandy at their desks? They usually edit the news articles. although the other people in the 4 6 office at 9. introduce not sit 3  2 answer What 1  go show help all Rachel. B  Complete the passages with the correct form of the verbs.00 a.

that Peter is interviewing someone for the receptionist job right now. All the journalists . loves 3. the article I wrote about city politics. a. Stative Verbs C  Circle the correct answer to complete the sentences. Everyone in the office . think b. isn’t b.. My editor . understand Página 4 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . do you prefer c.. am understanding b.. are loving c.. – Guido’s or Patina? a. The receptionist . look c. don’t like 5.. Carrie is a very talented graphic designer. doesn’t c. are you preferring b.. remember reading my article. that Peter writes excellent reviews? a. a.. do you preferring 9. think b. Please don’t talk to me right now. She . a. 1. her. do understand c.. it cost to publish a newspaper? a... don’t think 2..EVeryDAy ENglish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 1 • Situation 2 Present Simple and Present Continuous. think b... the new website is great. thinks c. about an idea for my design. is loving b. don’t 7.. I .. I  . Do you . thinks 6. do 10... am thinking c. is looking b. doesn’t like c. How much . are thinking c. a. is b. are thinking 4. does c. looks 8. Which restaurant . a.. a. a. isn’t liking b... wonderful in her new red dress.

… 3.  SITUATIONS 1. He is nervous about it.. … 6.  Mark has an interview at 9:00 but at 8:58 he is still talking on the phone. • Record all your interviews. b...” . You say..  Mark doesn’t know how to log in.  Mark needs some folders but doesn’t know where to get them. e.. “Please give me the Antonio file. Mark!” . c. • Take a one-hour lunch break.” Página 5 de 189 Page 1 of 2 .. Mark!” ... • Always be on time with your articles.. “Have a seat.. … IMPERATIVE SENTENCES .. • Report to your editor. • Make a list of your appointments.  Mark is interviewing someone for the first time.  Barry starts work as a journalist for a newspaper.. d. … 5. Someone shows him around the office and gives him the following tips: • Be on time for work.... You say.EVeRyday ENGLISh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 1 • Situation 3 Imperatives A Read the text..  Mark has a report that you need.. You say. but Mark doesn’t know about it. … 7.” . f.. • Remember to turn off your computer at the end of the day.. He doesn’t know where to put his folders. You say. “Put your things on these shelves. You say.  You are showing Mark his new office..  Mark is coming into your office for a meeting with you. a.” .. • Click on the network folder to connect to the network... You say...  The photocopier isn’t working. “Don’t worry. • Don’t be late for meetings. Susie. • Pay attention to what your editor tells you. … 2.. Mark!” . g. “Ask the receptionist for some.. “Don’t use the photocopier!” . h.. “  Wait for me to explain what to do. You say....  “Don’t be late. You say. B Read the situations below and match each to an imperative sentence. … 8. … 4.. • Don’t use this photocopier.

Mike (managing editor) 9. 6. 10. must not use the photocopiers. Betty (graphic artist) Susan and Joe (editors) 7. Write what Ed  says.m. 3. must look at the changes in the network folder. the publisher. must remember not to drink coffee near their computers. must please interview a new journalist at 10 a. is having a meeting with everyone who works for the newspaper. 1. must not forget to call someone to fix the photocopiers. must write a new article about body language. 6. Página 6 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . 8.  must not be late for his appointment with the publisher of Glam Magazine. must not forget to give their reports to me later today. must not forget to give his restaurant review to Susan today. Sylvia (receptionist) Ed says: 1.EVeRyday ENGLISh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 1 • Situation 3 Imperatives C Ed. 5. 5. Use the notes below and create imperative sentences. 7. 8. 9. 4. Brian (journalist) 4. Everyone 2. must show me the design for the new website. 10. 2. 3.

Jack 3 travel 3w  rite articles about travel 8 work in an office 1. Página 7 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . but she hates sewing. He dislikes working under pressure and would hate to sit in an office all day. Sue would like to go to university. Sue also likes working on the computer. What kind of articles does he enjoy writing? He loves writing about news and politics. . Does Paul want to work in a newsroom? No. using the information from the chart. Does she want to be a fashion designer? Yes. . Would Paul like to study at cooking school? The career counselor thinks he would. What does she enjoy doing? Sue is very creative. What would she like to study? She doesn’t know. he doesn’t. Jessie also dislikes 8. Maybe she would like to be a graphic designer or a computer programmer. Paul loves cooking.EVeRYDAY ENGlISh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 1 • Situation 4 Gerunds and Infinitives. She loves designing clothes. Carl dislikes 6. He also enjoys 10. she would love to be a fashion designer. A career counselor asks her about her hobbies. Carl really enjoys Jessie 8 cook 3 design clothes 8 work in an office Lola Carl 3 sew 8 write 3 be creative 3 design websites 8 work on the computer 3 be creative . Jessie loves 2. Both Lola and Carl enjoy 3. Sue and Paul are trying to decide what they want to study. . . . . B  Complete the sentences below about four different people. Jack likes 9. Both Jack and Jessie hate 7. . . Lola likes 4. . Would + like / love / enjoy / hate A  Read the text. Lola hates 5. Paul wants to be either a journalist or a chef.

Counselor: Would you like 11 Carrie: Yes. Carrie? Carrie: I’m not sure. Carrie: Yes. But I would hate (work) in an office.EVeRYDAY ENGlISh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 1 • Situation 4 Gerunds and Infinitives. (study) fashion design? (sew). (do) in your free time? (design) clothes. (be) a journalist? (write) articles for magazines. Would + like / love / enjoy / hate C  Complete the dialogue between a career counselor and a young adult. what do you enjoy 2 Carrie: I love 3 Counselor: Do you want 4 Carrie: I would love 5 6 (do)? What are your hobbies? (write). Counselor: What would you like 1 (be). I would love 8 Counselor: What else do you like 9 Carrie: I really enjoy 10 (work) from home. They don’t sit in an office all day long. Counselor: Some journalists work from home. Use the gerund or infinitive form of the verbs in brackets. I dislike 7 (sit) at a desk all day. but I dislike 12 Página 8 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . Counselor: Well.

am connecting 3. T  hey turn on) the air conditioner now.  she (suggest) that we sit at our desks all day? 5. 4. She … an article now.  Do you 3. We 2. S  he experience. H  e your article. do you work on b. (not (make) an a. are you working on 4. 5.  What else … right now? a. 5. edits b.  editor? (be) a journalist. 2. Do you … this folder? a. T  he company (publish) her book. D  oes he (turn off) his computer at the end of the day? 6. W  e always staff carefully. click on b. (like) Mexican food. I 2. Página 9 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . 4. 3. 1. connect b. a.  We usually … our clothes.  I … to the network at the moment. (not be) on time this B  Complete the sentences with the correct Present Continuous form of the verbs in brackets. Pay attention to stative verbs. a. (have) lots of work? (change) a lot of stuff in (interview) our 6. (have) eight years of (be) you the managing (pay attention)  ircle the correct answer to complete each C sentence. is b. 3. aren’t sewing 5. That idea … my suggestion. is being 6. W  e (interview) journalists all morning. I  appointment right now. 1. clicking on 2. is editing D  omplete the sentences with the correct C present form of the verbs in brackets. 4.EVeRYdAY ENGLish 3 Module A Student Worksheet Test Name: 1 • Situation 5 C 2 points for each answer  omplete the sentences with the correct C Present Simple form of the verbs in brackets. she (introduce) our new graphic artist to everyone. S  orry. 1.  The photocopier (not work) at the moment. a. 1. W  e always during staff meetings. don’t sew b. T  hey morning.

EVeRYdAY ENGLish 3 Module E Student Worksheet Test Name: 1 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer Circle the correct answer to complete the sentences. going b. wouldn’t like TOTAL: Página 10 de 189 / 100 Page 2 of 2 . b. a. is c. is working 5. Dave really likes The is excellent. I want to work from home. Nancy is the 6 cooking school / graphic  designer. are recording c. sew introduce connect edit 1. would love 5.  … working at our newspaper? a.  He … graphic arts. recording 3. Don’t … to the cooking school downtown. We … your interview now. wouldn’t enjoy H  ircle the correct answers to complete the C text. works c. Now Dave is meeting the 5 stuff / Circle the correct answer to complete the sentences. a. go F 6. She usually … from home. clothes. hobby at the moment. You don’t eat meat.  1. would love 4. 2. a. He’s so creative. Sun. would enjoy b. I  … working in an office.  His 7. C may use some verbs below more than once.  Her favorite hobby is  ave Jones wants to be a 1 career / journalist. would like online. goes c. would like b. I’m not able 2. record b.… me Sam. sits 2. sitting c. a. 3. a. Call c. a. a.Please … down. work 6. T  he staff … this steakhouse. to the Internet is easy. a. would hate b.You must … on time. T  hey … to be on vacation. sit b.  Please sit down. He is the chief editor. D He is interviewing at The Sun 2 newspaper / new journalists to the staff. G the stuff in this folder? Good news! Dave is the new 4 editor / writing at The Sun. a. be b. Most of them  omplete each sentence using gerunds or infinitives. would hate 4. staff. Tim posts the restaurant reviews 8 talented / a. Would she enjoy 3. Earl writes 7 articles / experience. Do you call b. We … to interview you now. I want 5. wouldn’t like b.  I don’t like 6. He would 3 love / hate to work there. you to our new artist. She would enjoy b. Calling b. They like being under pressure. 1. are a. 4.  Would you like to the network.

Does Sara work for the same newspaper as Dave? No. 9. All the journalists and editors at the Times start work at 9 a. 7. he does. He is looking for information online. 4. B 1. 10. they are. 13.  Dave works for the Times newspaper. 5. 6. 12.m. 10. have do … work work am does … do Do … work do meet works does has Does … edit doesn’t works C 1. 5. 14. Does he have a full-time job? Yes. is … doing is applying is interviewing Is … going are … working are working is looking are writing aren’t writing Are … taking is talking is … working is writing / ’s writing are having are discussing are coming Is … leaving is showing Página 11 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . She writes articles about home design for a magazine. 17. Are they working on an exciting assignment at the moment? Yes. 3.m. 15. Right now Sara isn’t writing. and finish work at 5 p. 14. 3. 6. Sara doesn’t work in an office. 8. 4. 11. Peter isn’t talking to them. 13. 2. 9. 11. 7. 12. 16. Why isn’t she writing? She is speaking on the phone with her managing editor. What kind of articles does Dave write? He and his friend Peter both write news articles.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 1 • Situation 1 ANSWeR KeY Present Simple and Present Continuous A Meet Dave and Sara Johnson. She works part-time from home. What do they do? They are both journalists. Dave is busy talking to his editor about the article. 8. 18. 2. she doesn’t. Sara doesn’t write news articles.

8. 8. Penny. Mandy is talking to one of the journalists. Why is everyone working so hard? They want to finish today’s newspaper. 5. Linda. 2. 3. the publisher. is going 2. usually takes a coffee break at 10 a.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 1 • Situation 2 ANSWeR KeY Present Simple and Present Continuous. is has works start finishes is leaving is happening isn’t / is not going is taking 4. but this morning she isn’t taking a break. She doesn’t understand his politics article and she needs him to explain it. George. 2. Keith is showing a new journalist around the office. isn’t sitting 3 1. 5. usually takes phone calls. B 1 1. 4. 4. edits is are … working am writing / ’m writing Don’t … write isn’t Página 12 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . show 6. answers 3. The other office workers are answering phone calls today. 6. the graphic artist. 7. 5. 10. People are running around the office. meets the editors every morning in the conference room. 2. 9. but right now they aren’t editing. He knows he has a lot of work to do. But today Penny isn’t feeling well and she is resting at home. 9. But there are some problems. 4. Why aren’t Keith and Mandy at their desks? They usually edit the news articles. every day. 7. Why don’t they have a meeting? One of the best editors is on vacation and George is editing a restaurant review. 3. and Stative Verbs A  It isn’t a normal day at Marcus Publishing. b c a b a b c b b c 2 1. She doesn’t have time. 3. is helping 5. so he is trying to make the tour as quick as possible. the receptionist. 6.m. 6. are introducing C 1. But today George isn’t meeting the editors.

e 8. don’t forget to give your reports to me later today. Susie. • Record all your interviews. Brian. / Don’t forget to call someone to fix the photocopiers.  (Brian). 5. 10. f 2. Brian.. don’t forget to give your restaurant review to Susan today. Sylvia. • Always be on time with your articles. g 7. Remember not to drink coffee near your computers. (Mike). (Susan and Joe). Someone shows him  around the office and gives him the following tips: • Be on time for work. • Remember to turn off your computer at the end of the day.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 1 • Situation 3 ANSWeR KeY Imperatives A Barry starts work as a journalist for a newspaper. 2. 9. Betty.m. Mike.  (Brian).  (Sylvia). c 5. Look at the changes in the network folder. • Don’t be late for meetings. • Pay attention to what your editor tells you. d C Note: The activity also requires changes in pronouns because Ed is addressing the people directly. • Make a list of your appointments. write a new article about body language. 4. a 4. (Betty). / Don’t forget to give your restaurant review to Susan today. Página 13 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . / Please interview a new journalist at 10 a. h 3. Don’t use the photocopiers. B 1. 1. 8. / Show me the design for the new website.  (Mike). 7. 6. don’t be late for your appointment with the publisher of Glam Magazine. 3. • Report to your editor. • Don’t use this photocopier.m. show me the design for the new website. b 6. / Write a new article about body language. • Click on the network folder to connect to the network. please interview a new journalist at 10 a. don’t forget to call someone to fix the photocopiers. • Take a one-hour lunch break.

Both Lola and Carl enjoy being creative. 2. 4.  Jessie loves designing clothes / to design clothes. What would she like to study? She doesn’t know. to be doing writing / to write to be to write / writing to work / working sitting to work / working to do / doing designing to study sewing Página 14 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . she would love to be a fashion designer. 3. Jessie also dislikes cooking. Maybe she would like to be a graphic designer or a computer programmer. 6. Jack likes traveling / to travel / writing articles about travel. 9. 5. but she hates sewing. B 1. A career counselor asks her about her hobbies. Paul loves cooking. She loves designing clothes. Carl really enjoys designing websites.  Lola hates working on the computer / to work on the computer. Does she want to be a fashion designer? Yes. Does Paul want to work in a newsroom? No.  Both Jack and Jessie hate working in an office / to work in an office. Carl dislikes writing. 6. he doesn’t. 9.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 1 • Situation 4 ANSWeR KeY Gerunds and Infinitives. Sue also likes working on the computer. 5. 12. Paul wants to be either a journalist or a chef. 10. What kind of articles does he enjoy writing? He loves writing about news and politics. Lola likes sewing / to sew / being creative. 2. Sue would like to go to university. 3. 4. 11. 10. 8. What does she enjoy doing? Sue is very creative.  He also enjoys writing articles about travel. Would Paul like to study at cooking school? The career counselor thinks he would. He dislikes working under pressure and would hate to sit in an office all day. 7. 8. 7. Would + like / love / enjoy / hate A  Sue and Paul are trying to decide what they want to study. C 1.

5. E 1. 8. G 1. 6. 2. 3. 2. 4. D 1. B 1. 3. 5. 6. 6. 7. 4. 6. 7. 4. 3. 6. 6. 3. 4. 2. 5. 5. 2. 3. 4. 5. to connect Connecting to introduce sewing introducing editing to edit a b a b b b journalist newspaper love editor staff graphic designer articles online ANSWeR KeY A 1. 3. 2. 5. 4. 2. C 1. 2. 2. 5. H 1.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Test 1 • Situation 5 F 1. 4. am has Are pay attention turn off are not / aren’t are interviewing is publishing am making is not / isn’t working are not / aren’t turning on Is … suggesting a b b a a b like have is changing interview is introducing a b a b b c Página 15 de 189 Page 1 of 1 . 4. 6. 3. 3. 5.

However. B  Complete the sentences with the comparative form of the adjectives in brackets. The Crown Heights apartment is 7.  The Montague apartment is in a apartment. The living room is smaller than the one in her old apartment.EVeRYDAY ENGLISh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 2 • Situation 1 Comparative Adjectives A  Read the text.  The Crown Heights apartment is 6. (close) 3. Sara’s old apartment was near a park so it was a lot quieter than her new apartment. (high) to a park than the Crown Heights the Crown Heights apartment. (modern) area than the Crown Heights the Montague apartment. Although living in the city is more expensive than living in the suburbs. it is more convenient than living so far away.  The living room in the Montague apartment is Crown Heights apartment. 1.  The Montague apartment is apartment. (roomy) the Crown Heights apartment. The Montague apartment is 2. It was also much cheaper! But Sara thinks that living in the city is more exciting than living in a quiet area. Sara is happy that the kitchen in her new apartment is bigger than her old kitchen because Sara does a lot of cooking. the new apartment is closer to the cooking school than her old apartment. She also likes her new balcony because it’s roomier than her old balcony. The new apartment is in the city. (small) for people who use the subway than the living room in the Página 16 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . (convenient) 8. It is near a bus stop and a subway station. Sara is studying at cooking school. (quiet) 5. so it is higher than her old apartment. She is moving to a new apartment.  The Crown Heights apartment is the Montague apartment. It is on the eighth floor. (expensive) the Montague apartment. But her new bedroom is much smaller than her old bedroom. The Montague apartment is 4.

The red sofa is 8. (beautiful) the last apartment we saw. (nice) the brown one. (delicious) Página 17 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . (tall) the view from my balcony. I think it’s 3. Lance is 6.  The meal we prepared in cooking school today was the last lesson. (friendly) the first one. (busy) to write a news article than to write a review. (unusual) the food we prepared in 10. (pretty) his brother. I am much 2.EVeRYDAY ENGLISh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 2 • Situation 1 Comparative Adjectives C  Complete the sentences with the comparative form of the adjectives in brackets. The view from your balcony is 7. (easy) Paul’s designs. Why don’t you buy it? (comfortable) the other real estate agent we spoke to. 1. This apartment is 5. Simon’s designs are 4. This floor plan is usual because I’m looking for a new apartment. This real estate agent is 9.

The children were tired. parks. Unfortunately. comparative. On Wednesday we saw a lovely house in Westside. Dear Amy. which is closest to the schools and Tom’s office.EVeRydAy EnGlish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 2 • Situation 2 Superlative Adjectives A  Read the text. parks in Southside. On Monday. We are staying with my friend Paula in a gorgeous house in one of the most expensive areas. Paula told me that Silver Lake is one of the most popular neighborhoods and has the biggest parks in the state. We thought of living in the downtown area. far Ian: Fran: Ian: How 1 I live 30 km away. Lakeside is one of the Is Lakeside 3 Fran:  Jack lives the 3 work every morning. But I did know there are 3 neighborhoods. Tony. we arrived at one of the largest airports in the world.S. Well. so you live 2 from downtown than I do. Westside is also furthest from Tom’s work. It takes him over an hour to get to do you live from your office in downtown? Do you think Lakeside is a 1 2 neighborhood to live in? neighborhoods in the area. Bella:  You’re right! There aren’t 2 But I think Silverton is the neighborhood with the 3 4. good Lisa: Lisa: 2. was the most excited of the three. many / much Sam: There are 1 parks in Lakeside than there are in Southside. but I don’t think it’s the most suitable neighborhood for families. than Peter’s Drift? Mike: Sure. 2 subway stations? subway stations in my bus stops in Southside than in other Página 18 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . I didn’t know there were so neighborhood. Paula tells me that some of the most successful public personalities live nearby! Tom and I are looking for a house of our own. but happy. or superlative forms of the adjective. Oh. 3. my youngest child. We’re finding out about the nicest neighborhoods that are also the safest for young families. I hope we find a home there! Love to everyone. from the city. Jenny B  Complete the dialogues with regular. few Nicky: Did you know that Southside has the 1 Lyn:  No. one of the best areas in the city. here we are in the U. 1.

has big homes DOWNTOWN AMBErgLEN **** ***** *** * *** ***** ** ***** *** * ** ***** ** **** * ***** * * ** **** * ***** ***** **** * *** ***** 1. Greenway is the closest to the airport. 3. 2. convenient for people who work in the city 4. 5. safe for families 7. Página 19 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . popular with public personalities 5. 8. close to airport 2. expensive 6. GrEENWaY 1. 4. has large parks 9. 9. 6.EVeRydAy EnGlish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 2 • Situation 2 Superlative Adjectives C  A real estate agent has made a reference list of what each neighborhood offers. 7. suitable for families 3. near to theaters and the business center 8. Use the list to write sentences about the neighborhoods by using the superlative form of the adjectives.

Let’s speak to the landlord. The wallpaper is definitely 4 I’m glad. That’s another good reason to sign the lease on this apartment. Maybe we can move in next week. Len: OK. It’s 6 Len:  for the whole family. but it isn’t 3 Pam:  wallpaper. Dan and Macy don’t have much time. Quantifiers A  Read the text. (large) (roomy) (big) (small).EVeryDAy ENGliSH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 2 • Situation 3 Too / Enough. It’s small. Pam:  I’m sorry. The second apartment has less space than the first and there are fewer closets. They must sign a lease and put down a deposit soon. which Macy likes. Which apartment do you think they will move into? B  Pam and Len are looking at an apartment. The second apartment has many modern utilities. Página 20 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . But look at how small the master bedroom is. Len: I agree. You’re right. It’s dark and ugly. Pam:  This apartment costs only $1. That’s 8 (soon)! We can only move in next month.000 a month. They like two apartments. But I don’t like the (dark). It’s not Pam:  7 (expensive) for us. Complete their conversation with the adjective (in brackets) + enough. There is also too much wall-to-wall carpeting and the living room isn’t roomy enough. The kitchen is very old-fashioned. Dan and Macy are trying to decide which apartment to lease. You may be right. The first apartment has lots of space. But look at this lovely big living room. But we can change that. but we can’t move in to the apartment next week. It has many built-in closets. Remember the great price. and it’s definitely 1 for us. but it is a little too expensive for Dan and Macy. or too + the adjective (in brackets). but each one has problems. I don’t think it’s 5 Pam:  (modern) for us. Dan likes the apartment because it has lovely wood floors. Is it 2 Len:  for us? I can live with it. But the master bedroom isn’t big enough and the bathroom is too small.

Betty’s apartment has b. Betty’s apartment doesn’t have space than Sue’s apartment. Bob has money. a lot of. Sue’s apartment has c. built-in closets in Peter’s apartment than in Jeremy’s 3. space.000. built-in closets in Jeremy’s apartment.  In Jeremy’s apartment there are eight built-in closets. a. Dave has $1. 2. Bob doesn’t have c. fewer. The Jones family has time to pack and move in. money than Dave has. The Smith family is moving in next month. time to pack than the Smith family. Use much. The Jones family doesn’t have b. lots of. 4.  There are apartment. There are b.000 and Bob has $800. a. There aren’t c. a. time to prepare for their move.  The Jones family is moving in to this apartment building this weekend. 1. money. The Smith family has c. many. Sue’s apartment has six very large rooms and Betty’s apartment has two small rooms. Dave has b. Quantifiers C  Read the information and complete the sentences with quantifiers. built-in closets in Peter’s apartment. space.EVeryDAy ENGliSH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 2 • Situation 3 Too / Enough. a. In Peter’s apartment there are two built-in closets. and less. Página 21 de 189 Page 2 of 2 .

the mirror in B. the mattress in A. or not as + adjective + as. writes about a store called Timeless. it looked as good as new. Timeless is not a new store. I also saw some light fixtures similar to those in the White House! So if you. The mattress in picture A is not the same as not as big as the couch in B. The mirror in picture A is 6. The couch in picture A is 2. The light fixture in picture A is 4. the couch in A. not the same as. Craig Hall. (big) the light fixture in B. Although the store doesn’t look the same as before. But it looks completely different from the way it looked three months ago when the manager decided to remodel it. The couch in picture B is 3. like me. the light fixture in A. Timeless is still the best place to buy antique furniture. Although it was over a hundred years old. as + adjective + as. PICTURE A PICTURE B 1.EVeRYDaY ENGLISH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 2 • Situation 4 As … as / The same as / Similar to / Like / Different from A  Read the text. (pretty) the mirror in B. (expensive) the mattress in B.  The mattress in picture B doesn’t look Página 22 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . The store is not as cheap as other antique stores. The antique coffee table I looked at was of excellent quality. but the furniture is not like the furniture in any other store. The mirror in picture A is 7. (comfortable) 8. spend some time in Timeless! B  Compare the pictures carefully and complete the sentences below using the same as. love antiques and like to buy furniture that is not the same as everyone else’s. The light fixture in picture B is 5. it’s as interesting as it always was. This week our interior designer.

It’s 4 my old mattress. It’s very 5 my old mirror. But I did need a big round mirror for my bedroom. Ann: Your new mirror sounds 6 big and round. Sue: I also got a coffee table. Ann: Sounds nice! The best thing I bought was a really comfortable new mattress. Choose from like. Sue: Did you spend a lot of money on it? Ann: Yes. me in one way. I bought an antique coffee table too. We both enjoy spending money on nice things. Use each phrase twice. which was small and square. but it’s very 3 and it’s white. which is so hard and uncomfortable.EVeRYDaY ENGLISH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 2 • Situation 4 As … as / The same as / Similar to / Like / Different from C  Complete the dialogue between Sue and Ann. my old couch. It’s not an antique Página 23 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . not like. Sue: I don’t believe it. Sue: I don’t need a new mattress. Ann:  Me too! I bought a big green couch. and different from. It’s also yours. You earn a lot more the one I have in my bedroom. The table is made of dark brown wood. but it Ann: That’s great. But you are 8 money than I do! me. which yours. I spent $200 on my mirror! Sue: You are just 7 Ann: You’re right. It’s a lot 1 was also big and green. similar to. I bought a couch that’s 2 has two colors – green and brown. Sue: I bought some great things for my new apartment. It’s also big.

7.  ircle the correct answer to complete the C sentences. A  s you can see. too many 2. for far from my 6. … is the deposit? a. 5. too much b.  This bus stop is far. 4.  1. T  he wall-to-wall carpeting has … of problems.  The subway station is 2. 2. a lot of b. It’s (roomy) than the other one. lots 3. T  his artist is popular the exhibition. 1. This photocopier is expensive. There are … built-in closets. a. T  he place isn’t modern me. too many 4. a.EVeRYdaY ENgLish 3 Module A Student Worksheet Test Name: 2 • Situation 5 C 2 points for each answer  omplete the sentences with the C comparative form of the adjectives in brackets. A  re there … bedrooms? We have a big family. 2. 1. T  his airport is (safe) in the world. 4. He wants … money.  The first floor apartment is (expensive) than the second floor one. 1. are less Página 24 de 189 Page 1 of 3 . P  ebble City is job. a. I  disagree. (far) to Complete the sentences with too or enough.  There … bedrooms in the apartment. S  orry. aren’t enough b.  These people are some of (successful) in the country. 5. W  hich is reason? 6. less 5.  John and Mary feel the subway isn’t a (convenient) way to get to work than driving by car. 5. How many B  Complete the sentences with the superlative form of the adjectives in brackets. T  hese floor plans are (good) than the other ones. 3. I  think it’s (suitable) area for young families. less b.  We like the fact that this area is (quiet) than the city. a. 3. How much b. C  ary Grant is (popular) movie star of all time. to be in close. the kitchen in this house is (modern) than the kitchen in the other house. A  re these apartments that you have? (good) (large) 6. It isn’t the park from here. too much b. a. 3.   Don’t you think the eighth floor is high for us? D 6. 8. I  like this bedroom. Is there a (close) one? 4.

Remember to use capital letters. Let’s remodel our old bathroom. . this one but in orange.  hard / the reason / to move / it’s / we want / to say .000 / spent . That’s true.  I love your kitchen. an antique? the one we have at home. 6.  We want a couch 4. Página 25 de 189 Page 2 of 3 . As you can see.EVeRYdaY ENgLish 3 Module E Student Worksheet Test Name: 2 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer Complete the sentences with the phrases below. . 2. yours.  Wow! This light fixture is exactly 6. .  interior designer / my / at the furniture store / $5.  we’ve / a deposit / this lovely apartment / put down / on . We’ll make it as the old one.  1. how it is now. 6. 3. I want my kitchen to look the 3.  He likes the fact that the airport is close to his apartment. These built-in closets are lovely. 1.  her neighborhood / too many / movie stars / has .  similar to like different from looks like same as as soft 1. 5. How do you feel about wood floors? . 4. 5. 3. 2.  the same / these pans / as my old ones / quality / are .  This new pillow isn’t 2. The area is expensive. . F Write the words in the correct order to form sentences. . 4.  Do you think the coffee table 5. I can live with it. the landlord / to sign / he is / agreed / glad / the lease  . G Translate these sentences. It is more convenient to shop on the weekends than during the week. That’s a good point.

Apartment 1 was in a suitable area but it wasn’t cheap enough.  partment 1 had as many bathrooms as Apartment 2.  Which apartment had the most bathrooms? 3.  Which apartment didn’t have the biggest balcony? 5. Apartment 2 had many bedrooms. Apartment 1 Apartment 2 Apartment 3 1. Apartment 3 had wall-to-wall carpeting. Apartment 2 wasn’t in a convenient area but it wasn’t too expensive.EVeRYdaY ENgLish 3 Module H Student Worksheet Test Name: 2 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer Tick (3) the correct column of the table according to the text.  Which apartment wasn’t in a convenient area? 6. Apartment 1 had one bedroom. Apartment 3 had the most bedrooms of all. Apartment 2 was exactly the same.  Rachel and Ron saw three apartments. Apartment 3 had more.  Which apartments didn’t have wall-to-wall carpeting? 4. Two apartments had similar balconies but Apartment 3 had the smallest one.  Which apartment was too much money? TOTAL: / 100 Página 26 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . Apartment 3 was in a quiet area and it was less expensive than Apartment 2.  Which apartment had the fewest bedrooms? 2. Apartment 1 had wood A floors.

4. The living room is smaller than the one in her old apartment. the new apartment is closer to the cooking school than her old apartment. She also likes her new balcony because it’s roomier than her old balcony. 7. C 1. But her new bedroom is much smaller than her old bedroom. 7. B 1. 8. It is near a bus stop and a subway station. 2. 6. She is moving to a new apartment. 4. Sara is happy that the kitchen in her new apartment is bigger than her old kitchen because Sara does a lot of cooking. The new apartment is in the city. 5.EVeRYDaY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 2 • Situation 1 ANSWeR KeY Comparative Adjectives A  Sara is studying at cooking school. higher than closer more modern than quieter more expensive than / less expensive than smaller than more convenient / less convenient roomier than / less roomy than busier than easier more beautiful than prettier than taller than nicer than more comfortable than friendlier than more unusual than more delicious than Página 27 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . It was also much cheaper! But Sara thinks that living in the city is more exciting than living in a quiet area. so it is higher than her old apartment. It is on the eighth floor. 5. 2. 3. Although living in the city is more expensive than living in the suburbs. it is more convenient than living so far away. 10. Sara’s old apartment was near a park so it was a lot quieter than her new apartment. 6. 8. 3. 9. However.

Well. We are staying with my friend Paula in a gorgeous house in one of the most expensive areas. We’re finding out about the nicest neighborhoods that are also the safest for young families. more 2. On Monday. 5. Jenny B 1.  Amberglen is the most popular with public personalities. Downtown is nearest to theaters and the business center.  Downtown is the most convenient for people who work in the city. further / farther 3. Greenway is the closest to the airport. Tony. Página 28 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . 2. 1. Unfortunately. Greenway has the largest parks. We thought of living in the downtown area. Amberglen has the biggest homes. On Wednesday we saw a lovely house in Westside. 6. Paula tells me that some of the most successful public personalities live nearby! Tom and I are looking for a house of our own. Greenway is the safest for families. few 3. one of the best areas in the city. Paula told me that Silver Lake is one of the most popular neighborhoods and has the biggest parks in the state. we arrived at one of the largest airports in the world. furthest / farthest 1. The children were tired. Westside is also furthest from Tom’s work.S. my youngest child. most 1. 9. 8. 3. far 2. better 1. good 2. 2. fewest 2.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 2 • Situation 2 ANSWeR KeY Superlative Adjectives A  Dear Amy. 4. which is closest to the schools and Tom’s office. many 3. 4. I hope we find a home there! Love to everyone. Amberglen is the most expensive (neighborhood). fewer C 1. here we are in the U. but happy. best 3. was the most excited of the three. but I don’t think it’s the most suitable neighborhood for families. 7. Greenway is the most suitable for families. 3.

8.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 2 • Situation 3 ANSWeR KeY Too / Enough. 6. The first apartment has lots of space. Which apartment do you think they will move into? B 1. Quantifiers A  Read the text. But there is too much wall-to-wall carpeting and the living room isn’t roomy enough. Dan and Macy don’t have much time. much / a lot of / lots of 4. a. roomy enough big enough too small too dark modern enough large enough too expensive too soon C 1. Dan likes the apartment because it has lovely wood floors. less b. a. But the master bedroom isn’t big enough and the bathroom is too small. much / a lot of / lots of b. many / a lot of / lots of c. many / lots of / a lot of b. a. 3. The second apartment has less space than the first and there are fewer closets. fewer 3. It has many built-in closets. They like two apartments. The second apartment has many modern utilities. which Macy likes. 2. a lot of / lots of b. a. much c. 5. lots of / a lot of c. but each one has problems. but it is a little too expensive for Dan and Macy. less 2. 4. They must sign a lease and put down a deposit soon. Dan and Macy are trying to decide which apartment to lease. lots of / a lot of c. 7. less Página 29 de 189 Page 4 of 4 .

it looked as good as new. 6. 8. But it looks completely different from the way it looked three months ago when the manager decided to remodel it. 3. The antique coffee table I looked at was of excellent quality. it’s as interesting as it always was. not the same as not as pretty as the same as as expensive as not the same as as comfortable as like similar to different from not like different from similar to like not like Página 30 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . Craig Hall.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 2 • Situation 4 ANSWeR KeY As … as / The same as / Similar to / Like / Different from A  Read the text. C 1. but the furniture is not like the furniture in any other store. 5. I also saw some light fixtures similar to those in the White House! So if you. love antiques and like to buy furniture that is not the same as everyone else’s. 6. Timeless is not a new store. spend some time in Timeless! B 3. Timeless is still the best place to buy antique furniture. 7. This week our interior designer. 4. 5. The store is not as cheap as other antique stores. Although it was over a hundred years old. 2. 8. 7. Although the store doesn’t look the same as before. 4. like me. writes about a store called Timeless.

4. 3. 4. 5.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Test 2 • Situation 5 ANSWeR KeY A 1. W  e’ve put down a deposit on this lovely apartment. 2. Apartment 1 Apartment 3 Apartment 1 and 2 Apartment 3 Apartment 2 Apartment 1 Página 31 de 189 Page 1 of 1 . 2. 2. 6. T  hese pans are the same quality as my old ones. 3. Accept all correct answers in the student’s own language. 4. 2. 5. 8. D 1. 2. 4.000 at the furniture store. 2. 2. better more expensive closer roomier farther quieter more modern more convenient the most popular the safest the most successful the most suitable the best the largest too enough too too enough enough b b a a a a as soft same as similar to looks like like different from F 1. 5. 6. M  y interior designer spent $5. 5. 5. 6. 4. 5. 6. 6. 5.  Her neighborhood has too many movie stars. 4. 3. 6. 7.  He is glad the landlord agreed to sign the lease. C 1. 3. 3. G A  nswers will vary. 6. B 1. 3. H 1. 4. E 1. 3.  It’s hard to say the reason we want to move.

I did.EVeRYDaY ENGLIsh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 3 • Situation 1 Past Simple A  Penny Hall is famous all over the world for her interior designs. Interviewer: When did you start your own company? Penny Hall: In 2002. Interviewer: Was it difficult making new friends here? Penny Hall: No. Interviewer: Really? How did your parents feel about those professions? Penny Hall: They didn’t like the idea. Interviewer: I didn’t know that. Interviewer: How did you become an interior designer? Penny Hall: I helped a friend remodel her house and found out that I loved interior design. I wanted to be an actress and singer. Penny. Penny Hall: Well.S. Many people think that actress Haley Ball is from the U. After Haley 11 (graduate). but I didn’t work as an actress. it wasn’t. but she (become) famous! One day. Haley 14 (not make) a lot of 15 money on her first movie. But Haley 1 (not grow up) in the U.S. Haley 10 (know) what she wanted to study – acting. Haley’s mother (work) very hard to earn enough money for Haley to go to university. (see) her and asked her if she was an actress.A. Use the Past Simple. Where did you grow up? Penny Hall: I grew up in England. a man 12 13 Página 32 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . with her mother.A. Then I worked for Franco Pazelli. (not come) (not have) much money and things 8 (be) Haley’s mother 7 9 very difficult for them at first. I signed the lease on an office downtown. Interviewer: Did you study acting at university? Penny Hall: Yes. People were very nice and helpful.S. Her parents 2 (get) divorced when Haley 3 (be) ten years old and Haley 4 (move) to the U.A. She was born and raised in Australia. she worked part-time in a restaurant. Unfortunately. When I was a teenager. Interviewer: Tell me about yourself. so I applied for design school and started studying. Find out about her in this inteview. But she didn’t always want to be a designer. I learned a lot from him.A. I didn’t know then that my company would be so successful! B  Complete the story with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.S. Her older brother Michael 5 with them. we got divorced a few years later and I moved to the U. They said both are very difficult professions.S. I met Peter Kelly and got married. He (give) her work in a movie. I didn’t grow up in the U. After I graduated. He 6 (want) to live with his father. But I tried it anyway.

I traveled for a few months and then I got a job. you (study)? Sam: I studied computer science. Use the Past Simple. Maureen: 4 Sam: Yes. I 8 Maureen: Which company 9 Sam: I worked for Logarithm Ltd. Maureen: 1 Sam: No. Maureen: 7 Sam: No. I 5 Maureen: What 6 you (find) it difficult to make new friends? (do) at first. you (move) to New York? Sam: I moved to New York five years ago.EVeRYDaY ENGLIsh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 3 • Situation 1 Past Simple C  Complete the dialogue with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. I loved my job there. But I made some friends at university. Maureen: Did you like working for that company? Sam: Yes. I 2 Maureen: When 3 you (grow up) here in New York? (not do). I 10 (do). you (start) working after you graduated? (not do). I grew up in Florida. you (work) for? Página 33 de 189 Page 2 of 2 .

but now I eat more fresh fruit and vegetables. Then Sheila’s friend. helped her. and full of energy! B  Complete the sentences with used to and a suitable verb below. How did she do it? Sheila changed her lifestyle. so Sheila also began smoking when she was eighteen. Lena 5. She also showed her how to count calories and work out. In fact. Sheila used to eat too much. Pam also used to be fat. articles about politics for the newspaper. They ate too many carbohydrates and too much sugar. My husband 2. Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 3 • Situation 2 Sheila used to weigh 180 pounds. at City University. but now she counts calories instead. but now they go to Columbia University. So Sheila tried to do the same. a lot.EVeRYDAY EnGlisH 3 Module Used to A  Read the text. Now she is very busy and has a 7. Today Sheila is thin. She grew up in a family that loved eating junk food. in a small apartment. but last month he moved into a large apartment. but now I am doing restaurant and around all day doing nothing. a lot of junk food. They didn’t exercise. Now she weighs 120 pounds. Sheila and her parents used to sit around in front of the TV most of the time. Sheila used to smoke a pack of cigarettes a day! Sheila wanted to go on a diet. Tom and Susan 6. I 3. study live sit smoke write go eat 1. but none of these diets worked. She used to read about celebrities who lost weight after they went on crash diets. on crash diets to lose weight.  I theater reviews. Pam told Sheila about healthy nutrition and good eating habits. but a year ago he quit smoking.  My mother wonderful new lifestyle. Pam. but is now thin. Página 34 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . happy. Sheila’s parents smoked. Peter 4.

studied computer science 4. watched TV every night 7. 5. worked too hard 5. felt tired all the time 9. Página 35 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . 9. was married 2. 2. 6. was very healthy is divorced lives in noisy downtown works in journalism works 7 hours a day doesn’t smoke (he quit!) works out every evening speaks English very well works out and has lots of energy looks too thin After (now) 1. Write sentences about Martin with used to + base verb. Martin used to be married. had trouble with English 8. Before (in the past) 1. lived in quiet neighborhood 3. 4. 8. 7. 3. but now he is divorced. smoked 6.EVeRYDAY EnGlisH 3 Module Used to Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 3 • Situation 2 C  Read the information in the table below about how Martin’s life has changed.

Then late one afternoon. Página 36 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . I was busy at my job at the newspaper. It was Michael! our first date – the date we had made years my table a few minutes 9 What happened next? Well. It was a very stylish wedding! Unfortunately. It was love at first sight! But I was only seventeen and very shy. Gloria and I got divorced ten years later. It was love at first sight – or was it “second” sight?! B  Complete the story with the correct words of sequence. the waiter came up to me and said. but my name is Sara Whitman. Is love over for me? Not at all! Last year I met someone new. I met Gloria during a football game. during.” 8 I had a chance to speak. couples wait until they’re older before they marry and start a family. but unfortunately.” he said. I returned to the U.S. 2 had a chance to see each other again. my editor someone told me about a wonderful new restaurant in the city.A. Two years later. “Write a review about it 5 else does. Three months passed before I finally asked her out on a date. She seemed a little embarrassed. Do people still fall in love at first sight these days? Is dating as romantic as it was twenty or thirty years ago? Decide for yourself. I did the same. before. We still talk to each other. but aren’t you David?” she asked. It was during a friend’s party.” We looked into each other’s eyes and laughed.EVeRYDaY ENGlish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 3 • Situation 3 Words of Sequence and Time Expressions A  Read the text. These days. So that evening 6 work. I proposed to Gloria. “Excuse me. Michael asked me out on a date. while I was at college. 4 that. We fell in love and began dating during our final year of high school. I went to “Maxine’s” for dinner. “Didn’t you go to Waterfall summer camp when you were in junior high? Maybe you don’t remember me. and later. “This is from the manager. He was the manager of a small restaurant in we London. I first met Michael 1 a business trip to England. It was wonderful! 7 I was eating dessert. while. he put a glass of wine in front of me. The manager appeared at . A beautiful woman started talking to me. Two years I was in a meeting with some other journalists. We got married right after I graduated. we fell in love 10 ago but hadn’t had until then. Use after. But we both think that maybe we married too young. I didn’t think much about Michael 3 passed. This week David tells his story: In the past many people married their high school girlfriend or boyfriend.

P  eter only met Sheila and he proposed last week. people got married . Larry asked Harriet out on a date 4. after only dating Sheila for two weeks. in the past last July today these days nowadays a month ago two days ago he is a celebrity. but 5. In the past. Now women sometimes propose to men. 8. 3. Try to use each time expression at least once. He says it was love at first sight! 7. 6. . . a year later. she is still enjoying Página 37 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . 2. dating used to be so romantic. men proposed to women. in those days 1. M  y parents met when they were 18 and got married a year later.EVeRYDaY ENGlish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 3 • Situation 3 Words of Sequence and Time Expressions C  Complete each sentence with a suitable time expression below. he has no problem asking girls out. when they were young. things are different. She’s meeting him for dinner tonight. P  aula began working as a summer camp manager her job there. Peter used to be a poor actor. Now.  Ben used to be very shy.

I do. You look so different. 4. ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? 5. isn’t it? Yes. 7. The art gallery isn’t closed. Bette Paltrow isn’t giving an exhibition this week. We put on plays in the theater. We’re going to a play this evening. Use the Present Simple form. Angie: Peter: Angie: Peter: Angie: Peter: Angie: Peter: Angie: Peter: Angie: Peter: Angie: Peter: The style of this painting is interesting. I’m not very good at acting. 1. Página 38 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . 8. Why? Tom Hudson is my brother! I don’t believe it. I’m working with a wonderful director. he doesn’t. Pablo doesn’t live in the theater. He lives in the studio upstairs. Pablo Santa does great paintings. You are an amateur actress. I know about your group. I didn’t know Pablo Santa was the artist. How do you know the Logan Theater? I belong to an amateur theater group. I am. You don’t mean Tom Hudson. 10. You’re working on a comedy at the moment. We have different fathers. did you? B  Complete the tag questions. The paintings aren’t very good. Larry is in an amateur theater group. But the Logan Theater is at 1001 Maple Avenue. You really didn’t know Tom had a brother. 3. His studio is at 1001 Maple Avenue. does  he? No. I’m sorry! I am in a bad mood.EVeRyDAy ENGliSH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 3 • Situation 4 Tag Questions A  Read the text. it is. 6. 2. 9. don’t you? No. aren’t you? Yes. He has a studio downtown. doesn’t he? That’s right. Jane and Jenny are working on a new play. do you? Yes. You aren’t in a bad mood.

She asks Tom: I ………………………………………………………………………. She asks him: You………………………………………………………………………. Write a suitable question for each situation. 1. T  om and Laura are looking at a painting. Tom  and Laura are at an art exhibition. ? 2. ? 5. Larry and Paula. but he isn’t sure. Laura asks Tom: That woman ………………………………………………………………………. ? 3. Tom thinks that Peter Pillay didn’t act very well in the play. He is almost sure that Laura feels the same way. Tom and Laura. but she wants to make sure. She wants Tom to confirm that she acts well. ? 7. Laura sees a woman she thinks looks familiar to both her and Tom. Laura is very nervous. belong to Laura’s amateur theater group. ? 4. T  om and Laura leave the art gallery. She thinks that he doesn’t like comedy. Tom thinks that an artist called Penny Lane painted the painting. ? 6.EVeRyDAy ENGliSH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 3 • Situation 4 Tag Questions C  Read about two friends. ? Página 39 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . He asks Laura: Larry and Paula ………………………………………………………………………. Before the play. He wants to confirm this. T  om also thinks that his new neighbors. Laura thinks that Tom enjoyed the new exhibit. He asks Laura: Peter Pillay ………………………………………………………………………. but she isn’t 100% sure. T  he next night Laura acts in an amateur play. Tom and Laura talk about it. L  aura isn’t sure that Tom will like the play. After the play. Tom asks Laura: Penny Lane ………………………………………………………………………. She asks Tom: You ……………………………………………………………………….

EveRyday EnGlish 3
Module A

Student Worksheet Test
Name:

3 • Situation 5
C

2 points for each answer 

omplete the sentences with the Past C Simple form of the verb in brackets.
1. S  he an actress. 2. W  e graduate) last June. 3. I  New York City. 4. H  e for the third time. 5.  I thought they (look) familiar. 6. Y  ou (interview) him last week. 7. S  he and I (sit around) watching TV all afternoon. 8. I t a difference) to their health. (not make (become) (not (grow up) in (remarry) 

ircle the correct answer to complete the C sentences.
1. I … junk food. a. used to eat b. used to change 2. It … colder in the winter. a. used to be b. used to count 3. My friends and I … doing nothing. a. used to go on diets b. used to sit around 4. They … every spring. a. used to work out b. used to clean out their closets

D 

omplete the sentences with the correct C word of sequence.
during while before after

B  Complete the questions in the Past Simple
with a verb from below.
work out go on a diet get divorced meet 1. D  id your husband He’s so thin. 2. D  id we You look familiar. ? you already?

1. A  month my husband proposed, we got married. 2.  I was looking at my e-mail, I saw three pieces of junk mail. 3. C  an we meet Is 10 a.m. OK? 4. H  e always talks TV show so she can’t hear. lunch? her favorite

3. I  saw Pam kissing another man. Did she ? 4. Y  ou look very tired. Did you this morning?

5.  Let’s drive there together. You drive I look at the map. 6.  They quit smoking on Monday. three days, they started again.

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EveRyday EnGlish 3
Module E

Student Worksheet Test
Name:

3 • Situation 5
G

2 points for each answer 

ircle the correct answer to complete the C sentences.
1. … I used to work out. a. These days b. In the past 2. I met him earlier … . a. today b. nowadays

Translate these sentences.
1. They look familiar, don’t they? . 2. Did you get married? . 3. He’s single but she’s not. . 4. Tell me about yourself. . 5. I didn’t study journalism in university. . 6.  We became friends during the summer. .

3. … I worked here, I worked at a theater. a. Before b. Two years ago

4.  We went on a diet … we were at college. a. while b. last year

5.  In … not everyone had a computer. a. last year b. those days

6.  My birthday isn’t in May. It was … in April. a. during b. last month

7. S  he started counting calories … she gave birth. a. after b. these days

H

Complete the text with the words below.   before met date romantic wasn’t 
1 I Our first 
2

8. H  e asked me out … and we got married last month. a. a year ago b. a week ago

nowadays

(meet) my husband 10 years ago. wasn’t very exciting. (not be) love at first sight . when we remember we got married.

F

Write the correct tag questions. 
1. That isn’t your studio, 2. We don’t know each other, 3. He’s in a bad mood, 4. Our uncle moved, 5. They like this style of art, 6. She doesn’t paint, 7.  We had fun, ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

It 3  but it was very 4 We laugh 5  those days 6

8.  This is the amateur theater group, ?

TOTAL:

/ 100

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EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3
Module

Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity

3 • Situation 1

ANSWeR KeY

Past Simple
A  Interviewer:  Penny Hall: Interviewer: Penny Hall: Interviewer: Penny Hall: Interviewer: Penny Hall: Tell me about yourself, Penny. Well, I didn’t grow up in the U.S.A. I didn’t know that. Where did you grow up? I grew up in England. When I was a teenager, I wanted to be an actress and  singer. Really? How did your parents feel about those professions? T  hey didn’t like the idea. They said both are very difficult professions. But I tried it anyway. Did you study acting at university? Y  es, I did, but I didn’t work as an actress. After I graduated, I met Peter Kelly and got married. Unfortunately, we got divorced a few years later and I moved to the U.S.A. Was it difficult making new friends here? No, it wasn’t. People were very nice and helpful. How did you become an interior designer? I helped a friend remodel her house and found out that I loved interior design,  so I applied for design school and started studying. Then I worked for Franco Pazelli. I learned a lot from him. When did you start your own company? In 2002, I signed the lease on an office downtown. I didn’t know then that my  company would be so successful! 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. worked knew graduated saw gave didn’t make became C 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. Did … grow up didn’t did … move Did … find did did … study Did … start didn’t did … work did

Interviewer: Penny Hall: Interviewer: Penny Hall:

Interviewer: Penny Hall:

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

didn’t grow up got was moved didn’t come wanted didn’t have were

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but now he looks too thin. 5. but now he works in journalism. Martin used to be very healthy. Martin used to feel tired all the time. 7. 7. They ate too many carbohydrates and too much sugar. Today Sheila is thin. She used to read about celebrities who lost weight after they went on crash diets. Sheila used to eat too much. So Sheila tried to do the same. but none of these diets worked. 4. Martin used to smoke. 3. Pam also used to be fat. and full of energy! B 1. How did she do it? Sheila changed her lifestyle. 9. used to smoke used to eat used to live used to go used to study used to write used to sit Martin used to be married. but now he works out every evening. but now he works 7 hours a day. They didn’t exercise. 5. Martin used to work too hard. Sheila and her parents used to sit around in front of the TV most of the time. but now he works out and has lots of energy. happy. Pam told Sheila about healthy nutrition and good eating habits. She grew up in a family that loved eating junk food. 4. Martin used to study computer science. but now he doesn’t smoke. Now she weighs 120 pounds. but now he is divorced. 8. 6. 2. helped her. so Sheila also began smoking when she was eighteen. 2. Sheila’s parents smoked. 3. but is now thin. Pam. In fact. C Página 43 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . She also showed her how to count calories and work out. Martin used to have trouble with English. Sheila used to smoke a pack of cigarettes a day! Sheila wanted to go on a diet. Then Sheila’s friend. Martin used to watch TV every night.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 3 • Situation 2 ANSWeR KeY Used to A Sheila used to weigh 180 pounds. Martin used to live in a quiet neighborhood. but now he speaks English very well. 1. but now he lives in noisy downtown. 6.

Gloria and I got divorced ten years later. I proposed to Gloria.EVeRYDAY ENGLIsH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 3 • Situation 3 ANsWeR KeY Words of Sequence and Time Expressions A  Do people still fall in love at first sight these days? Is dating as romantic as it was twenty or thirty years ago? Decide for yourself. It was love at first sight – or was it “second” sight? B 1. A beautiful woman started talking to me. couples wait until they’re older before they marry and start a family. 7. “Didn’t you go to Waterfall summer camp when you were in junior high? Maybe you don’t remember me. 5. These days. 2. but aren’t you David?” she asked. but my name is Sara Whitman. 6. But we both think that maybe we married too young. I met Gloria during a football game. I did the same. This week David tells his story: In the past many people married their high school girlfriend or boyfriend. These days / Today / Nowadays In the past two days ago these days / today / nowadays These days / Today / Nowadays a month ago In those days last July Página 44 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . We fell in love and began dating during our final year of high school.” We looked into each other’s eyes and laughed. We still talk to each other. Two years later. It was during a friend’s party. It was a very stylish wedding! Unfortunately. 10. while I was at college. 6. She seemed a little embarrassed. 7. during before after while before after While Before later during C 1. 8. 5. It was love at first sight! But I was only seventeen and very shy. 4. Is love over for me? Not at all! Last year I met someone new. 3. 4. 9. We got married right after I graduated. Three months passed before I finally asked her out on a date. 8. 3. “Excuse me. 2.

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EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3
Module

Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity

3 • Situation 4

ANSWeR KeY

Tag Questions
A Angie: Peter: Angie: Peter: Angie: Peter: Angie: Peter: Angie: Peter: Angie: Peter: Angie: Peter: B 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. The style of this painting is interesting, isn’t it? Yes, it is. Pablo Santa does great paintings. I didn’t know Pablo Santa was the artist. He has a studio downtown, doesn’t he? That’s right. His studio is at 1001 Maple Avenue. But the Logan Theater is at 1001 Maple Avenue. Pablo doesn’t live in the theater,  does he? No, he doesn’t. He lives in the studio upstairs. How do you know the Logan Theater? I belong to an amateur theater group. We put on plays in the theater. I know about your group. You’re working on a comedy at the moment, aren’t you? Yes. I am. I’m working with a wonderful director. You don’t mean Tom Hudson, do you? Yes, I do. Why? Tom Hudson is my brother! I don’t believe it. You look so different, don’t you? No. We have different fathers. You really didn’t know Tom had a brother, did you? C 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. That woman looks familiar, doesn’t she? Penny Lane painted this painting, didn’t she?  You liked the new exhibit, didn’t you? I act well, don’t I? You don’t like comedy, do you? Peter Pillay didn’t act very well, did he? Larry and Paula belong to your amateur  theater group, don’t they?

aren’t they isn’t he are you am I is she aren’t we aren’t you is it aren’t I are they

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EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3
Module

Teacher’s Notes Test

3 • Situation 5
F 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. is it do we isn’t he didn’t he don’t they does she didn’t we isn’t it

ANSWeR KeY
A 1. became

2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. B 1. 2. 3. 4. C 1. 2. 3. 4. D 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. E 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.

didn’t graduate grew up remarried looked interviewed sat around didn’t make a difference go on a diet meet get divorced work out a a b b after While before during while After b a a a b b a a

G A  nswers will vary. Accept all correct answers in student’s own language. H 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. met date wasn’t romantic nowadays before

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EVeRYdaY ENGLIsh 3
Module

Student Worksheet Grammar Activity
Name:

4 • Situation 1

Past Continuous A
Read the text.

It was a busy Saturday morning in the Main Street shopping mall. It was raining outside and the people who were waiting for the bus were soaking wet. The hundreds of people inside the shopping mall weren’t getting wet. They were shopping. Many of the stores were having sales. In the department store, women were bumping into one another. They were trying to find the best bargains. One young woman was talking to the cashier. She was returning an expensive raincoat. She seemed upset because the zipper of the raincoat was broken. The cashier was telling her that she couldn’t return the raincoat without a receipt. The young woman was becoming more and more upset. While this was happening, several other people were standing in line behind the young woman. They were waiting to pay. A man was holding a camera in one hand and his credit card in the other. The woman behind him was looking in the pocket of her bag. She was trying to find her personal check book. Susan Hardman wasn’t shopping. She was sitting in a small restaurant. She wasn’t eating because she was waiting for her friend Jack. They were meeting for lunch.

B  Complete the text with the correct form of the verbs. Use the Past Continuous.
The Smith family was very busy yesterday. Peter Smith 1
2

(work) all day. He (edit) them. He and two

(not write) articles for the newspaper. He 3

other editors 4

(try) to finish all the articles by the end of the day. (not work). She

While Peter was working at the newspaper, Diana Smith 5
6

(shop) all morning. She 7

(not buy) clothes. She 8

(buy) items for the house. A lot of lovely antique furniture was on sale and many people
9 11

(look) for bargains. Most of them 10 (spend) a lot of money because they 12

(not pay) with cash. Everyone (use) their credit cards!

Penny and Jake Smith 13
14

(not shop). They weren’t working either. They

(study) at school all day.

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 What were Josh’s friends doing? Look at their schedules and complete the sentences below using the Past Continuous. .EVeRYdaY ENGLIsh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 4 • Situation 1 Past Continuous C  Yesterday. Josh received some great news and wanted to tell his friends Anne. At 5:00. Tim 9. Tim 8. At 10:00. Anne and Tim . While Anne and Tim were working. Tim 3. Anne 8:00 – 11:00: Edit news articles Greta 8:00 – 10:00: Finish my painting in art class Tim 8:00 – 1:00: Work on an exhibition at the art gallery 1:00: Have lunch with Greta 1:00: Have lunch with Anne 1:00 – 2:00: Buy a new camera at the department store 2:00 – 5:00: Interview journalists with Fred. After lunch. Anne 2. but they were all busy. He tried calling them all day. and Tim about it. the managing editor 2:00 – 4:00: Shop for clothes on sale 2:00 – 5:00: Take pictures of new exhibits 7:00 – 9:00: Watch a play with Tim 5:00: Meet the real estate agent to sign the lease on the new apartment 7:00 – 9:00: Watch a play with Anne 1. At 1:00. Greta. Anne and Greta 5. the whole evening. all morning. Greta 10. Página 49 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . . . While Anne was doing interviews. Greta 4. . Greta 7. During his lunch hour. . all afternoon. Anne and Fred 6. .

 No. Macy: At 8 o’clock last night.Questions A Read the text. We weren’t going for a walk last night. Macy! You helped the police catch the robbers. She was shopping at the hardware store all morning. we weren’t. Journalist: What was the second man doing? Macy: He was trying to open the safe and was shouting at the first man. Two men were robbing it. 3.EVeRyDAy EnGLIsH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 4 • Situation 2 Past Continuous. Yes. ? ? Página 50 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . Yes. Twelve-year-old Macy Brink talks to a City News journalist about what happened. I was walking past a jewelry store downtown. Journalist: Why were you walking downtown? Macy:  I was taking my dog for a walk. he was. 4. ? ? Yes. Journalist: Was something happening inside the jewelry store? Macy:  Yes. We were eating in a restaurant. They were stealing money from the safe. they were. The old man was calling the police. 5. 2. 1. One was stealing jewelry. B Write suitable Yes / No questions in the Past Continuous. she was. Journalist: Tell me what happened last night. The two robbers weren’t stealing jewelry. Journalist: Were you feeling scared? Macy:  Not really. I was looking through the shop windows. The light was on in Goldman’s Jewelry Store. Yes / No and Wh. The policemen were shouting. They came quickly and arrested the men. So I called the police on my cell phone. ? No. As I was walking past the shops. He was putting it into a big bag. I knew they were doing something wrong. they weren’t. Macy. Journalist: That’s amazing. I had to do something to stop them.

5. Scared. Complete the interview by writing Wh.questions in the Past Continuous with the words in brackets. How many. I was very scared. Use the answers to help you decide which question word (How. (robbers / rob / the store)? (robbers / steal)? (robbery / happen)? Página 51 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . (shout)? Jewelry and money from the safe. At a jewelry store. 1. 2. 4. (you / do)? Three robbers.EVeRyDAy EnGLIsH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 4 • Situation 2 Past Continuous. I was waiting for the police. 6. The police interview him about what happened. What. Yes / No and Wh. Where. 3.Questions C  Tom saw a robbery. (you / feel)? The first robber. and Who) to use.

While the photographer was taking pictures. While all this was happening. were robbing c. was becoming b. a photographer came in. had b.  As Brian and Shirley … dinner in a romantic restaurant. was standing 5.  While the girls were trying on new blouses. were finishing c.m. broke 8. Terry was folding Patty’s blouses. something strange happened. a. stood b. He asked if he could take a picture of Patty while she was getting ready. Patty Pearl is a successful actress. caught b. It was 7:00 p. the police … them.  Peter … signing the lease while Mary was chatting with the real estate agent. While Patty and Terry were talking. While she was acting in a drama at the Starlight Theater last night. He explained that he was taking pictures for a theater review about Patty’s play. While the robbers were leaving the store. was finishing 6.  The man called the police while the robbers … the hardware store. 1. Past Simple A  Read the text. Patty was getting ready for the play. finished b. were having c. a. a. were standing c. were catching c. a.EVeRYDaY ENGlisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 4 • Situation 3 Past Continuous vs. was breaking b. the coffee table … . While they were shouting. Patty’s young daughter. were becoming 7. Luckily for Megan. a. someone bumped into me. It was pitch-black. robbed b. a. They began calling for help. their mother … very tired and sat down. While she was sitting in her dressing room. was catching 4. was having 3. the “photographer” quietly put Patty’s expensive jewelry into his pocket. While I … in line. Megan began trying on her mother’s jewelry. B  Circle the correct form of the verbs to complete the sentences. Megan was scared and began to cry. Patty and Terry weren’t sure what to do. a. was robbing Página 52 de 189 Page 1 of 2 .  As Lance was moving into his new apartment. the lights … out. were going c. Patty was just putting on her silk scarf when suddenly. was also in the dressing room. Megan. a. Patty didn’t see what her daughter was doing. Terry. she chatted with her assistant. Brian proposed to Shirley. became c. was going b. were breaking c. there was a blackout. went 2.

Peter was standing in line. a man in a black raincoat (bump) into Greta. He stole her handbag and ran off. waiting to pay. there 12 (steal) her expensive silk scarf.EVeRYDaY ENGlisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 4 • Situation 3 Past Continuous vs. a woman 11 her scarf was gone until it was too late. While they 5 6 (stand) there. At the same time. Linda 2 3 (shop) in the department store on Saturday (see) her friend Greta. While she 10 on jewelry. While he 9 (give) his credit card to the cashier. While they (chat). There was another robber in the hardware store. Linda 4 (introduce) Martha to Greta. Brenda was in the jewelry store. Brenda didn’t discover (be) a blackout! Were more robbers stealing from people in the mall? Página 53 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . Use the Past Continuous or Past Simple. The three women began talking about the blouses on sale. a man grabbed it and ran out of the (try) store. While Linda and (shout) for help. What happened a few minutes later? While the police were trying to catch the robbers. Past Simple C  Complete the story with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. SHOppING MALL rOBBErY While Linda and Martha 1 morning. Greta 8 (begin) Martha 7 running after the robber.

Brian.  Right now someone knocks / knocked / is knocking / was knocking on the door. Everyone is waiting to hear the announcement. While he is talking / was talking / talked / talks to Jessie. Others are eating and drinking. Colleen was meeting / meets / met / is meeting Harold at a Halloween party two years ago. his beard fell into his drink. 8. I buy / am buying / was buying / bought a great Halloween costume last week. Tim wasn’t wearing a Halloween costume. 5.  Who are you seeing / did you see / do you see / were you seeing at the Halloween party yesterday? 9. Tim and Angie are talking. 1. usually gets the prize.  Larry was at a Halloween party. 2. They didn’t know each other then. While Angie was dancing.EVerYDAY ENGliSh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 4 • Situation 4 Review of Tenses A Read the text. She is very creative. Everyone is enjoying the Halloween party. but Angie thought he looked nice. 4.  Lance isn’t wearing / doesn’t wear / wasn’t wearing / didn’t wear his pirate costume at the moment. They went shopping a week ago and bought a pirate costume. This year he came as a wizard with a beard and pointed hat. 6. She came as a witch. Kate and Margie usually wear / were wearing / are wearing / wears very creative costumes. who always wears original costumes. Is someone answering it? 3. Here it comes: “And the person with the best costume this year is … Tim!” B  Circle the correct form of the verbs to complete the sentences. Use the time expressions to help you. Tim doesn’t usually dress up for Halloween. He looks just like a pirate! Angie is wearing black from head to toe. It was love at first sight! Now the judge is announcing the name of the person with the best costume. She made her own costume a few days ago. Página 54 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . Music is playing and some people are dancing. but last week Angie helped him with his costume. Is the judge announcing / announce / announces / announced the best costume now? 7. He is carrying it in his hands. Tim and Angie are chatting about last year’s Halloween party. Bernie is going / was going / goes / go to the Halloween party as a wizard every year. Tim spent a lot of money on his boots and dagger.  While Fred is trying on / tried on / tries on / was trying on his boots and cape last night. a friend introduced her to Tim. Katie and Patricia were making their hats and wands. 10.

Sean! What 1 Sean: At the moment. (go) as a witch. I 2 Pam 3 (you / do) here in the shopping mall? (buy) things to make a Halloween costume. (this store / sell) black masks? Página 55 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . It was really funny! (not want) the same thing to happen this year. I’m looking I 11 Kelly: That’s right.EVerYDAY ENGliSh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 4 • Situation 4 Review of Tenses C  Kelly and Sean meet in the shopping mall and talk about a Halloween party. Susan. I did. (knock) over all the glasses of wine. (you / remember) last year’s party? (wear) such an original costume last year. (be) soaking wet. daggers. my cape got caught on the table. (get) first prize for the best costume. didn’t you? Sean: Yes. I 4 but I 5 Susan 6 Sean: That’s great! 7 Oh yes! You 8 Kelly:  You 9 (get) a costume this year. (not usually dress up). I 14 15 (like) the idea of wearing black from head to toe. or capes! Kelly: Why don’t you go as a robber? Sean:  Hmm. Complete the dialogue with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. I just don’t know what I want to go as. too. Kelly: She invited me and my sister. Kelly: Hi. (call) a few days ago and invited me to her Halloween party. You 12 I 13 Sean:  for a costume that’s easy to wear – no beards. But do you remember what else happened? While the judge 10 (announce) the prize.

W  e credit cards. shouted 7. were quitting smoking 6. (write) a personal (not pay) by (return) the (not walk) (not sit (use) our new  rite Wh. a.EVeRyDAy EnGLish 3 Module A Student Worksheet Test Name: 4 • Situation 5 C 2 points for each answer  omplete the sentences with the Past C Continuous form of the verb in brackets. No. 2.questions in the Past Continuous. remarried 2. were shouting b. (not smoke). it was raining last night. 5. I  check. a. we were interviewing her. you weren’t shouting very loudly.  You … several times while you were sleeping. W  e were working in the same newsroom when we … . Yes. 8.  Were you single when you … ? a. shopped b. shopped b. No. 4. 7. Yes. was coming in b. H  e camera. 6.  Their parents were soaking wet. You were acting very well. S  he and I around). 1.  You 3. 6. Use the answers to help you. a. 2.  We were looking at scarves when he … .  Was she … when the robbery happened? a. she was shopping yesterday. a. 1. 3. Yes. 1. wasn’t give Página 56 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . (stand) in line. didn’t give b.  They … in the city when it started raining. They were robbing the store at 12 a. 1. were remarrying b. a. 5. W Use the bold word(s) to help you. H  er dog in the rain. I wasn’t counting calories. I was walking home. 4.  When I asked for a refund. quit smoking b. ? ? ? ? ? D B  Write the Yes / No questions in the Past Continuous. walked 4. they weren’t eating dinner. 6. 4. came in 5. ? ? ? ? ? ?  ircle the correct answer to complete the C sentences. I 2. a. 3.m. shopping 8. the store … me one. 5.  While I … there was a blackout. ? We were standing in line to buy theater tickets. T  hey cash.  No. was shopping 3. He was returning a camera.  No. were walking b.

Do you Yes. This scarf is nothing special. n college. . ? ? ? ? ? ? ? TOTAL: / 100 Página 57 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . 5. I 5 me. 2. 7. I graduated from college last winter. 6. 2. He was dressed in green from head to toe. Were you  es. When did you Last winter. I worked. Journalism. I enjoy my job very much. After I graduated. 6. It suddenly stopped working. I am still working at the publisher’s. Last week.  1. What did you wear to the Halloween party? . We won a prize for the best costume. . While I was I going to college.EVeRyDAy EnGLish 3 Module E Student Worksheet Test Name: 4 • Situation 5 G 2 points for each answer  omplete the text with the correct form C of the verb in brackets. 8. While I 2 favorite clothes store. Do they like to dress up? . The publisher’s job paid more money. Why did you The job paid more money. 4. I 1 the city. What did you ? F Translate these sentences. I was studying and working at the Y same time. Where did you At a publisher. I 3 my manager. . 4. so I 6 (go) shopping in (shop) in my (see) (try on) (not want) her to see (leave) the store. 3. 5. 3. I studied journalism. I worked for the city Y newspaper. Are you Yes. very much. I went to work for a publisher. Some questions can be written in more than one way. . Did you  es. I worked for my city newspaper. I am still working there. 8. .  ead the text and complete the interview R questions that follow. 1. 7. Use the answers to help you. Were you scared during the blackout? . She 4 blouses. She wasn’t sitting around.

7. They were waiting to pay. 5. The woman behind him was looking in the pocket of her bag. Tim was taking pictures of new exhibits all afternoon. 14. She was returning an expensive raincoat. They were trying to find the best bargains. 3. Greta was shopping for clothes on sale. Anne was editing news articles. 4. 9. 13. A man was holding a camera in one hand and his credit card in the other. 11. Página 58 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . 2. 10. 4. was working wasn’t writing was editing were trying wasn’t working was shopping wasn’t buying 8. After lunch. Tim was buying a new camera at the department store. It was raining outside and the people who were waiting for the bus were getting wet. They were meeting for lunch. The hundreds of people inside the shopping mall weren’t getting wet. They were shopping. At 1:00. W  hile this was happening. 8. She was trying to find her personal check book. She was sitting in a small restaurant.  ne young woman was talking to the cashier. Tim was working on an exhibition at the art gallery all morning. Anne and Fred were interviewing journalists for the newspaper. At 5:00. While Anne and Tim were working. 10. 12. several other people were standing in line behind the young woman. The cashier was telling her that she couldn’t return the raincoat without a receipt. Anne and Greta were having lunch.  usan Hardman wasn’t shopping. 6. 7. She O was crying because the zipper of the raincoat was broken. 5. While Anne was doing interviews. C 1. 2. Many of the stores were having sales. She wasn’t eating S because she was waiting for her friend Jack. B 1. 6. was buying were looking weren’t paying was spending were using weren’t shopping were studying At 10:00. Anne and Tim were watching a play the whole evening. Greta was finishing her painting in art class. During his lunch hour. The young woman was becoming more and more upset. women were bumping into one another. In the department store. 3. 9.EVeRyDAy ENGLiSH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 4 • Situation 1 ANSWeR Key Past Continuous A  It was a busy Saturday morning in the Main Street shopping mall. Greta was meeting the real estate agent to sign the lease on her new apartment.

Questions A Twelve-year-old Macy Brink talks to a City News journalist about what happened. Página 59 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . Journalist: Was something happening inside the jewelry store? Macy:  Yes. Was she shopping at the hardware store all morning? Were the two robbers stealing jewelry? Were the policemen shouting? Was the old man calling the police? Were you going for a walk last night? Where was the robbery happening? What were the robbers stealing? How many robbers were robbing the store? Who was shouting? What were you doing? How were you feeling? B C 1. One was stealing jewelry. I had to do something to stop them. 6. Journalist: That’s amazing. 5. Journalist: What was the second man doing? Macy: He was trying to open the safe and was shouting at the first man. They came quickly and arrested the men. Macy! You helped the police catch the robbers. 4. Macy: At 8 o’clock last night I was walking past a jewelry store downtown. Macy. 2. Journalist: Why were you walking downtown? Macy:  I was taking my dog for a walk. He was putting it into a big bag. 5. Yes / No and Wh. Journalist: Tell me what happened last night. 3. I was looking through the shop windows.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 4 • Situation 2 ANSWeR KeY Past Continuous. Two men were robbing it. 3. 4. 2. I knew they were doing something wrong. The light was on in Goldman’s Jewelry Store. 1. So I called the police on my cell phone. Journalist: Were you feeling scared? Macy:  Not really. As I was walking past the shops.

While they were shouting. was also in the dressing room. 8. a photographer came in. Megan began trying on her mother’s jewelry. Terry. It was 7:00 p.m. 4. They began calling for help. a b c b Página 60 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . the “photographer” quietly put Patty’s expensive jewelry into his pocket. 6. there was a blackout. C 1. 7. While Patty and Terry were talking. 3. While she was sitting in her dressing room. 5. He explained that he was taking pictures for a theater review about Patty’s play. Megan. Patty’s young daughter. 2. B 1. 8. Patty was getting ready for the play. 9. Terry was folding Patty’s blouses. 12. Megan was scared and began to cry. c b a c were shopping saw were chatting introduced were standing bumped were shouting began was giving was trying stole was 5. While she was acting in a drama at the Starlight Theater last P night. He asked if he could take a picture of Patty while she was getting ready. 7. she chatted with her assistant. 11. 2. Patty didn’t see what her daughter was doing. 3. 4. 10. Patty and Terry weren’t sure what to do. Present Simple A  atty Pearl is a successful actress. Patty was just putting on her silk scarf when suddenly. While all this was happening. It was pitch-black. Luckily for Megan.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 4 • Situation 3 ANSWeR KeY Present Continuous vs. 6. something strange happened.

but Angie thought he looked nice. 15. Brian. This year he came as a wizard with a beard and pointed hat. Tim spent a lot of money on his boots and dagger. usually gets the prize. 5. 8. 10. 8. 9. 13. 6. a friend introduced her to Tim. was talking is knocking wear bought goes announcing met did you see was trying on isn’t wearing C 1. He looks just like a pirate! Angie is wearing black from head to toe. 11. 2. Here it comes: “And the person with the best costume this year is … Tim!” B 1. who always wears original costumes. A E Others are eating and drinking. She is very creative. 7. are you doing ’m / am buying called don’t / do not usually dress up ’m / am getting is going Do you remember wore got was announcing knocked were don’t want like Does this store sell Página 61 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . She came as a witch.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 4 • Situation 4 ANSWeR KeY Review of Tenses  veryone is enjoying the Halloween party. 12. Music is playing and some people are dancing. 10. 2. 5. 4. Everyone is waiting to hear the announcement. It was love at first sight! Now the judge is announcing the name of the person with the best costume. 3. T  im doesn’t usually dress up for Halloween. She made her own costume a few days ago. 3. 7. They didn’t know each other then. They went shopping a week ago and bought a pirate costume. 4. 9. Tim and Angie are chatting about last year’s Halloween party. While Angie was dancing. Tim and Angie are talking. 14. Tim wasn’t wearing a Halloween costume. but last week Angie helped him with his costume. 6.

Some examples: 1.  work (when / while you were studying / in college) 3. 3. studying and working at the same time 4. 2. 2. 4. change jobs / go to work for a publisher 7. 4.  work after you graduated / get a job / go to work 6. still working at the publisher’s / there 8. 5. 6. 4. 6. 5. 7. C 1. G A  nswers will vary slightly. B 1. D 1. 5. 4. 3. graduate (from college) 5. 6. was not / wasn’t smoking were standing was writing were not / weren’t paying was returning was not / wasn’t walking were not / weren’t sitting around were using Were you interviewing her Were you counting calories Was she shopping yesterday Was I shouting very loudly Was it raining last night Were they eating dinner What was he returning When were they robbing the store Where were you walking Who was soaking wet Why were you standing in line How was I acting b b a b a b b a F A  ccept all correct answers in the student’s own language. 2. 8. study (in college) 2. 8. 2. enjoy your job Página 62 de 189 Page 1 of 1 . 3. 2. went was shopping saw was trying on didn’t want left ANSWeR KeY A 1. 3. 3.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Test 4 • Situation 5 E 1. 6. 5. 4. 7. 5. 6.

but I Página 63 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . but I don’t think that’s the problem. He’s resting in bed right now. He has had a low fever and a cough since Friday. (have) a bad headache for a few days. 1. Betty! Mark says Tommy hasn’t been at school for a few days.  2. Green because Dr. Now they can go back to school. Have you taken him for a checkup yet? Betty: No. She’s a friend of mine.  Samantha is allergic to many things. he has. Let me speak to Carol for you. He’s resting at home right now. Fran: Hi. (just / take) my son’s temperature. Fran: Why not? Betty:  I haven’t taken Tommy to see Dr. I haven’t. Green has been too busy.EVeRYDAY EnGLish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 5 • Situation 1 Present Perfect Simple A  Read the text. who go to school together. Jerry 7. Fran:  What’s wrong? Is it allergies? He’s suffered from allergies since he was young. Betty: No. B  Complete the sentences with the Present Perfect Simple form of the verbs in brackets.  I (not see) the doctor yet. (catch) the flu. Green. (suffer) from allergies since she 9.  The doctor 3. hasn’t he? Betty: Yes. He has a low fever. He hasn’t suffered from allergies for a while. Fran: Have you spoken to Carol? She’s the nurse who works for Dr. My husband 8. How many antihistamine pills 5. Carol wasn’t there when I called. he has. Fran: Poor thing! Perhaps he has caught the flu. (take) your blood pressure? (take) since last night? 4. 10. Betty: How long have you known her? Fran: I’ve known her since college. I haven’t. the nurse you (drink) enough fluids today? (not tell) me the results of my blood test. I can’t get an appointment until Wednesday. (not be) for his routine checkup yet. I (rest) for a few days. The children 6. Has he been sick? Betty: Yes. Fran: Perhaps I can help. She was a child. TOMMY NEEDS A CHEcKUP Betty and Fran bump into each other and start chatting about their children.

he has.EVeRYDAY EnGLish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 5 • Situation 1 Present Perfect Simple C  Complete the short dialogues with Wh. (you / take)? (you / suffer) from allergies? 2 Doctor: How long 4 Parent: He’s been sick for a week. Doctor: Which medication 2 Patient: I’ve tried antihistamine pills. It’s normal. Doctor: How many pills 9 Nurse: I’ve given him two pills. Doctor: He has received lots of fluids.questions or tag questions in the Present Perfect Simple tense. she has. (not have) a routine checkup for two years. He has a high fever. (take) his blood pressure. 7 Parent: Yes. he? (he / have) a fever? (take) his temperature. Doctor: How long 6 Parent: Since Tuesday night. I haven’t. Doctor: You 3 have you? Patient: No. Doctor: You 10 Nurse: Yes. Use the words in brackets. 1 Doctor: How long 1 Patient: I’ve had allergies since I was a child. hasn’t she? (your son / be) sick? 3 Doctor: How often 8 Nurse: Every four hours. Doctor: The nurse 5 Parent: Yes. I have. haven’t you? (you / give) him? (the patient / receive) his medication? Página 64 de 189 Page 2 of 2 .

After that. They are helping the injured man. Now the time is 4:30 p. It looks like his injuries are serious.  I have an infection in this wound and a high fever. She had a deep cut in her finger. Half an hour ago. 4.EVeRYDAY EnGlish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 5 • Situation 2 Past Simple / Present Perfect Simple A  Read the text. His parents brought him in to the emergency room. her accident.  Larry went to the emergency room because he had an arm injury. Jeffrey also helped a woman with a sprained ankle an hour ago. 7. What has happened? There has been an accident. a young woman came in. It also seems that the doctors and nurses haven’t finished their work yet! B  Complete each sentence with a suitable time expression below. Dr. One man is bleeding a lot. Earlier this afternoon. I have in my life! 8.  Peter had a bad accident now he is all right. The ambulance has 5. But all the doctors and nurses were busy with other patients. He was hospitalized for a few weeks. The doctor will only take it off in Página 65 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . has Simon had the cast on his arm? did the nurse give the patient the injection? arrived. . It has been a busy afternoon for the doctors and nurses in the emergency room. Dr. a month. Has a doctor seen the young woman yet? Yes. The nurse has 2. Jeffrey x-rayed his arm and told him it was broken. Now everyone is running to meet an ambulance. 3. but felt so awful Peter fell off his bike and sprained his ankle. Mary has had stitches in her arm 6. Last week six weeks ago since How long already Yesterday just When never for 1. put a bandage on the boy’s ankle. Now he has a bandage on 9. Dr. This week he went again because he sprained his ankle! 10.  his ankle. the doctor gave an injection to a young man with an infected arm wound.m. Now the boy is feeling fine. This happened two hours ago. Green has just put stitches in her finger. a young boy fell off his bicycle. The nurse helped the doctor put the boy’s arm in a cast. He asked the nurse to put a bandage on the woman’s ankle.  Tom’s arm has been in a cast two weeks’ time. It was very painful. He has already gone home with his parents.

It has become infected. (fall) off his bicycle this (you / do) an x-ray on his ankle yet? (x-ray) his ankle an hour ago. I cleaned the wound with disinfectant.EVeRYDAY EnGlish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 5 • Situation 2 Past Simple / Present Perfect Simple C A doctor returns to the emergency room after his lunch break. It was only a sprain. the patients (come) in? Nurse: Doctor: Yes. her hand 10  (become) red and painful. Use the Present Perfect Simple or the Past Simple. Página 66 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . (be) busy with the other patient since the Mrs. about the patients. What about the boy who 12 Nurse: Doctor: morning? 13 Yes. Dr. (put) a bandage on his ankle. OK. I 14 so I 15 Thank you. Harris 8 Nurse:  9 (cut) her hand last week and Dr. He talks to Betty. Green (give) her stitches. I did. Morris already (put) the 6 Doctor:  woman’s arm in a cast? Nurse: Doctor:  ot yet. 1 Doctor:  time. Doctor: Nurse: 11 (you / give) her an injection for the infection? Yes. a nurse. He 7 N ambulance brought them in. Betty? (you / have) any patients in the emergency room since lunch (be) a car accident half an hour ago. Tell me about the other patients. Since then. Doctor:  Good. Complete the dialogue with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. (have) a broken arm. There 2 When 3 Nurse:  Two patients 4 The woman 5 (come) in an ambulance fifteen minutes ago.

I can’t. “Can I help?” “I appreciate that. What has Tim been doing? He has been working at the drugstore.” Tim answers. too many carbohydrates. I’ve been working here on my own since noon yesterday. B  Read the situations. Pete and Kelly. She wants to take the children to see Dr. (take it easy) (work) He a. Pete and Kelly haven’t been eating. calories. at the gym. 2. Complete the two sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. She b.   Kate is hot and tired. Annie has been trying to get through to the doctor’s office. She has been taking their temperature every few hours. Página 67 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . They are thinner and healthier than before. hasn’t he? Yes. Who has been taking care of them? Annie has. They both have a low fever. He is very busy. They b. Tim and Annie own a drugstore. Right now Tim is speaking to his sister Margaret on the phone. Margaret. It seems many people have been catching the flu lately. Kelly hasn’t been watching TV with her brother. since noon yesterday. “The kids are sick and Annie has been looking after them at home. He b.  Alfred had an accident at noon yesterday. he has. TV. “Let’s do lunch. They have been buying cough medication and pills for fever.EveRYDaY ENGLIsh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 5 • Situation 3 Present Perfect Continuous A  Read the text. 3. The children have been feeling sick since yesterday morning so they have been taking it easy at home. They have two children. at home. Use the Present Perfect Continuous.” Margaret says.” “Oh my goodness! You poor things!” Margaret says. He has been filling prescriptions all morning. She has been sleeping on and off the whole time. “Sorry. (count) (eat) They a. Pete has been watching TV for hours. But they have both been drinking lots of fluids.” Tim answers. (watch) (work out) She a. One sentence should be positive and the other negative. Green. She hasn’t been working.   Paula and Susan look really good. 1.

(try) (sleep) He a. with their friends. . 6. to get through to the drugstore. Steve has been dating Olivia. 5. she has. and c. Yes. you? ? ? ? .  We are working at the drugstore right now. Harold has been suffering from a bad infection. 1. 7. prescriptions all morning. medication in bed. she? ? Yes. Use the underlined information to help you. (fill) (take) We a. 2. She has been taking it easy at home. Yes. 4.m. Wh-. 8.  The children had a fever. We began work at 8:00 a. . She hasn’t been feeling well lately. or tag questions in Present Perfect Continuous. she hasn’t. We b. They have been filling their prescriptions at Danny’s Drugstore. 6. I’ve been working at the drugstore for four years. We have been living in New York since last December.EveRYDaY ENGLIsh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 5 • Situation 3 Present Perfect Continuous B 4. He b. they have. ? ? Página 68 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . C  Write Yes / No. They have been taking their medication. Now he is still on the phone. No. Lance started calling half an hour ago. a vacation. we have. 3. (play) (take) (rest) They a. 5.  They b.

 Mandy has already finished / has already been finished the acupuncture course. They have been resting all morning / three times this week. I have had acupuncture four times this month / all week. We have never felt / have never been feeling so stressed before! 6.  Look at George! He has drunk / has been drinking again. Página 69 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . Have you treated / Have you been treating Mr. We moved into a new apartment a week ago and since then I have been painting the apartment and shopping for furniture we need. How long have you been waiting / have you waited for the therapist? He’s very late. Lately he has even treated some famous athletes! Things have been so busy that we haven’t even been to a Broadway play or to Central Park yet! Peter wants the two of us to take a special day off together. So far we’ve learnt a lot of acupuncture. Dear Susan. 1. 5. 10. 4. How have you all been? Has it been raining a lot there? Have you already finished writing your book? Write soon.  Vera and Bob have gone / have been going to the gym together since they started dating each other. he hasn’t had time off from work yet. Richards yet? 8. We have been so busy since we moved to New York. I’m sorry I haven’t written for ages. 3. Marsha B  Circle the correct verb or time expression to complete the sentences. Peter has started his new job already. But I haven’t only been buying things! I’ve also been taking a course in alternative medicine. He’s really enjoying it. 2.  Oh my goodness! My son has lately / just had an accident! I’m going to the hospital right away. Love to all. my muscles have relaxed. It’s a great way to reduce pain and stress and help people to relax. My class has been meeting in the evenings. He has been planning it for weeks. 7.EverYDAY ENgliSh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 5 • Situation 4 Present Perfect Simple / Present Perfect Continuous A  Read the text. For ages / Since the massage. Unfortunately. The athletes are tired. 9. He has been working in a sports medicine clinic as a massage therapist.

a. I / work out / for an hour b. He / win first prize / three times Página 70 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . Now. 1. they / work together / since 2002 3. a. I started working out an hour ago. Last week he won first prize at the National Athletics Meeting for the third time.  Peter is an athlete. a. Linda is a massage therapist. She began treating patients four hours ago. He began doing athletics when he was eight years old. They started working together at an acupuncture clinic when they finished their acupuncture course in 2002. I’ve done four different exercises. I / do / four exercises / so far 4. she is treating patients. she / treat / patients / for four hours b.  I am working out right now. a. They have over a hundred regular patients. they / perform acupuncture on over a hundred patients / since 2002 b. Then write two sentences – one in the Present Perfect Simple and one in the Present Perfect Continuous – for each situation. He / do athletics / since he was eight b. but I still have two more to do. she / treat / six patients / so far 2.  Leslie and Paul are acupuncture therapists.EverYDAY ENgliSh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 5 • Situation 4 Present Perfect Simple / Present Perfect Continuous C  Read each situation.

M  ary and Jane (not watch) TV all day. have they b. How B  ircle the correct answer to complete each C sentence. a. When have they b.  My sister and I have the flu. O  ur family (not exercise) much lately. 7.EveryDAy ENGlish 3 Module A Student Worksheet Test Name: 5 • Situation 5 C 2 points for each answer  omplete the sentences with the Present C Perfect Simple form of the verbs in brackets. they weren’t injured badly. When did they 4. B   oth doctors (take) my blood pressure already. She really needs a checkup. 1. 1. ever b. F  or five years. Why has she b. It’s probably the flu. When did she 3. 8. When b. a. yet b. I  routine checkup yet. have we Página 71 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . 2.  … have their injections? a. … ? a. lately 4. … ? a. M  y husband and I (practice) alternative medicine for a few years. P  aula hasn’t been to see the doctor … . 8. 3. P  eter and Jane were in an accident … . haven’t you 6. just 4.  The patient took his medication … . Luckily. 7. … broken your leg? a. an hour ago b. You have D  omplete the sentences with the Present C Perfect Continuous form of the verbs in brackets. Y  ou (not study) this last month. … ? a. 3.  You have seen the doctor. We (not work) all week. has he b. Richard (suffer) from allergies. yet 2. J  im and John haven’t had their flu shots yet. T  he hospital (x-ray) the patient’s leg twice already. C  arol and I (not sprain) our ankles. (spend) too (forget) (not have) a  ircle the correct time expression to complete C each sentence. M  y cut on and off all afternoon. (bleed) 2. I (drink) tea every hour. R  ob and Fred (fall off) their motorbikes many times. last week 5. S  ince the doctor told me to take lots of fluids. a. … did the doctor x-ray your arm? a. 5. 6. 3. T  ina her backpack again. hasn’t he 4.  … taken my temperature? a. a. Have you … broken your arm? a. 6. 1. didn’t you b. since Sunday 6. 5. Ted hasn’t had the flu. 2. 5. I  much money today. How have you b. 1. six months b. yesterday b.  We have been sick … . C  hristopher (suffer) from allergies until this year.

4. J  erry (study) acupuncture for the last six months. 5. Use the Present Perfect Continuous. 6. . hasn’t she? ? 3. have I? ? 8. Use the Present Perfect Simple or the Present Perfect Continuous.EveryDAy ENGlish 3 Module E Student Worksheet Test Name: 5 • Situation 5 5. (you / see) a doctor regularly? ? 7. (  Mary / work) in a sports clinic since February. have we? . (  Which medicine / the doctor / give her) for the last few months? ? 7. How long they (wait)? 8. M  y daughter had a routine checkup last month. 2. 4. I  (sprain) a muscle in my leg. H  ow long have you been waiting for the ambulance? . .  I have been working in a sports clinic. . 3.  (Where / they / study) massage therapy all year? ? 5. 1.  ? allergies? 2 points for each answer  omplete the questions with the words in C brackets. (I / not talk) too long. (  Why / Bob’s wife / sit) in the emergency room all morning? the nurse (not give) you an you ever (suffer) from 2. 1. already (finish).  Why injection yet? 6. S  ue (take) her daughter’s temperature several times today. 2. Have you caught a cold? . TOTAL: / 100 Página 72 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . My arm has been x-rayed already. I need to see a massage therapist. We haven’t met yet. F  omplete the sentences with the correct form C of the verbs. T  he athletes (exercise) the whole morning. 1. T  hey are still sitting in the emergency room. 3. (we / take enough) vitamins lately? ? 6. The next one G Translate these sentences.  The course starts in July. (How / you / feel) recently? ? 4.

He’s resting at home right now. Fran: Poor thing! Perhaps he has caught the flu. 10. Have you drunk hasn’t told Has … taken have … taken have rested hasn’t been has caught have just taken has suffered have had. Fran: What’s wrong? Is it allergies? He’s suffered from allergies since he was young. Carol wasn’t there when I called. 2. 5. Fran: Why not? Betty: I haven’t taken Tommy to see Dr. Betty: No. he has. 7. Green. I can’t get an appointment until Wednesday. Green has been too busy. 6. 3. Has he been sick? Betty: Yes. haven’t seen C 1. 6. hasn’t he? Betty: Yes. have you suffered have you taken haven’t had has your son been has taken has he had hasn’t has the patient received have you given have taken B 1. 2. Página 73 de 189 Page 4 of 4 . he has. who go to school together. 8. He hasn’t suffered from allergies for a while. I haven’t. She’s a friend of mine. 4. 5. 9. Fran: Hi. 7. but I don’t think that’s the problem. Have you taken him for a checkup yet? Betty: No. I haven’t. 9. Fran: Have you spoken to Carol? She’s the nurse who works for Dr. Betty! Mark says Tommy hasn’t been at school for a few days. 10. 8. Fran: Perhaps I can help. He has had a low fever and a cough since Friday. Betty: How long have you known her? Fran: I’ve known her since college. 4. Let me speak to Carol for you. Green because Dr.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 5 • Situation 1 ANSWeR KeY Present Perfect Simple A ToMMy NeeDs a ChecK Up Betty and Fran bump into each other and start chatting about their children. 3.

The nurse helped the doctor put the boy’s arm in a cast. 5. It was very painful. Now the time is 4:30 p. 3. He has already gone home with his parents. already / just How long When just / already since six weeks ago never Yesterday Last week for C 1. 7. 6. Dr. After that. He asked the nurse to put a bandage on the woman’s ankle. 9. 7. One man is bleeding a lot. Now everyone is running to meet an ambulance. 15. Jeffrey also helped a woman with a sprained ankle an hour ago. His parents brought him in to the emergency room. 13. 4. Half an hour ago a young woman came in. Earlier this afternoon a young boy fell off his bicycle. 10. 4. Jeffrey x-rayed his arm and told him it was broken. 14. It also seems that the doctors and nurses haven’t finished their work yet! B 1. This happened two hours ago. Green has just put stitches in her finger. 12. 9. What has happened? There has been an accident.m. Have you had was did … come came had Has … put has been cut gave has become Did you give fell Have you done x-rayed put Página 74 de 189 Page 5 of 5 . 8.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 5 • Situation 2 ANSWeR KeY Past Simple / Present Perfect Simple A  It has been a busy afternoon for the doctors and nurses in the emergency room. the doctor gave an injection to a young man with an infected arm wound. 11. Dr. 5. But all the doctors and nurses were busy with other patients. 2. Now the boy is feeling fine. 6. She had a deep cut in her finger. It looks like his injuries are serious. 3. Has a doctor seen the young woman yet? Yes. Dr. 8. 10. 2.

She wants to take the children to see Dr. Pete has been watching TV for hours. 4. haven’t been playing a. has been trying b. 7. have been counting a. 1. 3. hasn’t been watching a.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 5 • Situation 3 ANSWeR KeY Present Perfect Continuous A  Tim and Annie own a drugstore.” Tim answers.  have been taking b. They have two children. It seems many people have been catching the flu lately. Pete and Kelly. haven’t been eating b. 5. Kelly hasn’t been watching TV with her brother. “Can I help?” “I appreciate that. 5.” Tim answers. hasn’t he? Yes. have been filling b. 2. Annie has been trying to get through to the doctor’s office. They have been buying cough medication and pills for fever. “The kids are sick and Annie has been looking after them at home. What has Tim been doing? He has been working at the drugstore. hasn’t been sleeping a. haven’t been taking c. He is very busy. 6. he has. The children have been feeling sick since yesterday morning so they have been taking it easy at home. Right now Tim is speaking to his sister Margaret on the phone. 8. 4. 3.” Margaret says. “Sorry. Pete and Kelly haven’t been eating. W  ho has been taking care of them? Annie has. She hasn’t been working. a. She has been sleeping on and off the whole time.” “Oh my goodness! You poor things!” Margaret says. She has been taking their temperature every few hours. I can’t. has been working out b. 2. resting How long have you been working at the drugstore She hasn’t been feeling well lately. They both have a low fever. 6. hasn’t been working b. He has been filling prescriptions all morning. “Let’s do lunch. has been taking it easy a. I’ve been working here on my own since noon yesterday. haven’t Has she been taking it easy at home What has Harold been suffering from Página 75 de 189 Page 4 of 4 . has Who has Steve been dating Have they been taking their medication Where have they been filling their prescriptions You have been living in New York since last December. Margaret. But they have both been drinking lots of fluids. Green. B C 1.

He has won first prize three times. 2. I have been working out for an hour. has already finished have been going four times this month Since the massage have never felt 6. She has treated six patients so far.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 5 • Situation 4 ANSWeR KeY Present Perfect Simple / Present Perfect Continuous A Dear Susan. b. all morning Have you treated just have you been waiting has been drinking a. Peter has started his new job already.  b. 3. They have been working together since 2002. It’s a great way to reduce pain and stress and help people relax. We moved into our new apartment a week ago and since then I have been painting the apartment and shopping for furniture we need. He has been working in a sports medicine clinic as a massage therapist. 3. Lately he has even treated some famous athletes! Things have been so busy that we haven’t even been to a Broadway play or to Central Park yet! Peter wants the two of us to take a special day off together. He has been planning it for weeks. b. a. 7. Unfortunately. 9. C 1. a. So far we’ve learnt a lot of acupuncture.  They have performed acupuncture on over a hundred patients since 2002. 8. He’s really enjoying it. Love to all. Marsha B 1. 2. a. I’m sorry I haven’t written for ages. 10. he hasn’t had time off from work yet. Página 76 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . 4. But I haven’t only been buying things! I’ve also been taking a course in alternative medicine. b. 5. How have you all been? Has it been raining a lot there? Have you already finished writing your book? Write soon.  She has been treating patients for four hours. I have done four exercises so far.  He has been doing athletics since he was eight. My class has been meeting in the evenings. 4. We have been so busy since we moved to New York.

3. 8. 7. a 2. 5. 2. 6. 7. has not / hasn’t been exercising have not / haven’t been studying has been bleeding have not / haven’t been working have been drinking have not / haven’t been watching has been suffering have been practicing Why has Bob’s wife been sitting in the emergency room all morning Mary has been working in a sports clinic since February. 7. hasn’t she How have you been feeling recently Where have they been studying massage therapy all year Have we been taking enough vitamins lately Which medicine has the doctor been giving her for the last few months I haven’t been talking too long. 2. 6.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Test 5 • Situation 5 F 1. 2. 3. 6. 5. b 6. a 3. 6. 4. a 5. G A  nswers will vary. 8. a D 1. 2. a 3. 4. have I Have you been seeing a doctor regularly Página 77 de 189 Page 1 of 1 . E 1. b 6. 8. a 4. 8. Accept all correct answers in the student’s own language. ANSWeR KeY A 1. 7. 5. 3. 4. a have been exercising has been studying have sprained has taken hasn’t … given Have you … suffered have … been waiting has … finished B 1. b C 1. 4. b 2. 5. b 5. 3. have spent has forgotten have not / haven’t had have taken has suffered has x-rayed have fallen off have not / haven’t sprained 4.

But I won’t only make one dessert. Journalist. of course it will. I’ll make several. Will you open a gourmet restaurant? Carla: No. MENU PLAN DISH Soup: X Tomato Soup 3 Onion Soup 3 Mushroom Soup Main Course: 3 Beef Stew X Roast Chicken 3 Roast Beef CHEF DISH Side Dishes: 3 French Fries 3 Baked Potato 3 Green Salad Desserts: 3 Cheesecake 3 Chocolate Cake with Whipped Cream X  Fruit Salad with Vanilla Ice Cream Chef Mark Donny Petra and Sandy Leslie Página 78 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . Terry: That sounds good! Which dishes will be on the menu? Carla:  For the main course we will serve delicious meat dishes like beef stew. Dario and Carla Delaware. I will serve it with whipped cream and vanilla ice cream. NEW FAMILY RESTAUrAnT WILL OPEn Soon Husband and wife team. too. and he writes who will prepare each dish. Every day he writes a menu plan for the following night. Terry: You and Dario are both gourmet chefs. talks to Carla about their plans. Terry: What dishes will you prepare? Carla: I will prepare the soups.  Paul has a restaurant. Which side dishes will he make? Carla:  He’ll make all kinds of salads. Terry: Will you and Dario do all the cooking on your own? Carla:  No. Terry: I see. will open their own restaurant next week.EverYDAY ENgLisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 6 • Situation 1 Future Simple A  Read the text. including a delicious chocolate dessert. There will be two soups on the menu – tomato soup and onion soup. A young chef will work with us. He’ll make the side dishes. I think his green salad with a special dressing will be a big success. It’s my favorite! Terry: I’ve heard you make wonderful desserts. He will help us in the kitchen. Terry Paul. we won’t. That’s his specialty. Your cheesecake will be on the menu. My husband Dario will also make roast beef with baked potatoes. won’t it? Carla: Yes. we won’t. B 1. Our restaurant will serve good homemade dishes for the whole family.

(prepare) three side dishes. (be) on the menu tomorrow night. Peter: He will make cheesecake. Peter: 5 Claire: No. (eat) tomato soup. Leslie 10. (cook) the main courses. Donny 7. 1. (serve) roast chicken tomorrow. near the theaters. there 2. (appear) on the menu tomorrow. I won’t. Tomorrow night. Peter: Sounds great! You won’t only serve chicken dishes. Peter: How many 7 Claire: I will have eight side dishes on the menu. (work) on his own tomorrow night. Petra and Sandy 5. Mushroom soup (be) onion soup on the menu. ? ? ? ? ? ? Página 79 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . 8. Peter: Which 8 Claire: We will prepare tomato soup and onion soup. it won’t be a gourmet restaurant. Mark 4. 3 Claire: No. like roast beef and beef stew. Wh-. Peter: Who 4 Claire: My friend Carl will help me in the restaurant. Peter: 2 ? ? Claire: No. 6 Claire: Yes. Fruit salad 6. (make) beef stew and roast beef. People who come to the restaurant tomorrow 9. He is also a chef. he will. He’ll make cheesecake and serve it with vanilla ice cream. Peter: Where 1 Claire: My restaurant will be in the city center. C  Peter talks to Claire about her dream to open her own restaurant. He’ll make the desserts.  Complete the sentences based on the information in Paul’s menu plan. I will serve meat dishes too. Sandy (bake) cheesecake for tomorrow night.EverYDAY ENgLisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 6 • Situation 1 Future Simple B Continued 2. Complete the dialogue with Yes / No. or tag questions. It will be a family restaurant. Use the positive or negative form of the Future Simple. he won’t cook the main dishes. Paul 3.

(you / teach) us to make your famous tri-color (teach) you to make tri-color soup next 5 3 Student:  soup? Chef:  No. Dan: Which main course are Bob and Sheila serving tonight? Lee: They are serving roast chicken and stir-fry. I’m going to try it out tonight. you 7 6 (make) creamy cauliflower soup. Dan: Who is bringing the birthday cake? Lee: Sheila’s mother is bringing the birthday cake. I 4 week. isn’t he? Lee:  Yes. Today we Tom. she isn’t. salt. It’s lemon cake – Sheila’s favorite! Dan: What are Bob and Sheila going to make? Lee: Bob is going to make tri-color soup. Dan: It sounds delicious! He’s going to use cauliflower and spinach. Sheila (boil) the cauliflower. They are all going to celebrate Sheila’s birthday. Dan: Who is going to make the dish? Lee: Sheila is. Lee:  I have the recipe. Ten people are arriving at 7 o’clock. I’m going to use two tablespoons of olive oil. He’s going to chop three vegetables of different colors for the soup. Dan: Are guests coming for dinner this evening? Lee:  Yes.  Lee: Bob and Sheila are preparing to cook a large meal. (prepare) the creamy sauce? (not / all make) the sauce. Student: Who 8 Chef:  You 11 9 10 Steve Página 80 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . Dan: I’d like to know the recipe. Then he’s going to boil them. B Complete the dialogue with be going to. too? Lee: No. She is going to season the chicken with olive oil. he is. paprika. Louis and (prepare) it and the rest of us (watch) them. and the correct form of the verbs in brackets. they are. Student: What 1 Chef: Today you 2 (we / learn) today.EVeRyDAy EnGlisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 6 • Situation 2 be going to and Present Continuous with Future Meaning A Read the text. chef? (make) a delicious soup. and pepper. (cut up) the cauliflower. Dan: Isn’t she going to add garlic.

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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. a. Are you going to serve chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream in your restaurant? b. Are you serving chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream now? a. In tomorrow’s cooking class, the chef is making roast chicken with paprika and garlic. b. The chef is making tri-color soup. Right now he is steaming the cauliflower and spinach. a. Sheila is going to cook stir-fry for dinner tonight. b. Sheila cooks stir-fry for dinner every Tuesday night. a. Oh, no! Steve is putting paprika into the soufflé. Stop him! b. Steve is making onion soufflé later. a.   First, Sean is going to cut up the chicken. Then he is going to season it with paprika and garlic. b. Now Sean is cutting up the chicken and seasoning it with paprika and garlic. a. We don’t usually add three tablespoons of flour to the creamy sauce. b. We aren’t going to add three tablespoons of flour to the creamy sauce. a. “  Where are you going now?” “I’m going home.” b. “  What are you going to do later?” “I am going to bake a lemon cake.” a. “  Are you busy baking a lemon cake?” “No, I’m baking a cheesecake.” b. “  Are you baking the cheesecake this afternoon?” “Yes. I’m baking it when I get home.”

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Q: If I stop eating snacks, will I lose weight? A:  It depends on which snacks you eat. If you eat lots of junk food, you will gain weight. Once you stop eating them, you will start losing weight. You can eat between meals if the snacks are healthy. Try eating fruit and vegetables. Q: M  y daughter has gone on many diets but she doesn’t lose much weight. This affects her badly. She just gives up. What can she do? A:  Perhaps the problem is that she isn’t exercising. If she exercises a few times a week, she will lose weight. The moment that she starts losing weight, she will feel better about herself and she won’t give up. Q: M  y dietician says I need to go on a diet. I am fat and I smoke. This is affecting my health. Where should I start? A:  If you stop smoking, you will have less health problems. The first thing to do is stop smoking. Then start cutting calories, eating healthy food, and exercising. If you don’t do all three, your health won’t improve!

B  Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. Use the First Conditional.
1. 2. Our health 3. How 4. If Daniel 5. 6. I f they (gain) weight. 7. I f you your diet. 8. I f the children healthier? 9. S  heila (not / exercise) before work. 10. H  ow much weight for six months? (I / lose) weight if I (not / improve) if we (you / feel) if you (go) on this diet, he (I / not / feel) healthier if I (not / stop) eating so much junk food, they (speak) to a dietician, she (take) vitamins every day, (exercise) during her lunch break if she (they / lose) if they (go) on this diet (help) you plan (they / be) (cut) calories? (not / stop) smoking. (stop) smoking? (lose) weight. (drink) more water?

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Remember: The sentences must be logical. Sometimes the time expression should come in the middle!
the moment that until as soon as after when before till you I we they he she we / dietician start to exercise every day go on diet exercise finish work lose some weight eat some healthy fish and vegetables diet feel healthier. lose ten kilograms. lunch break starts. have a healthy snack. feel better. go out. tell us to stop.

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GETTINg INTO SHAPE Tim Green is the personal trainer to many famous athletes and actors. (be) weak. If you want to learn how to work out properly. We 8. Página 84 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . If your arms 6. 1.EVeRYDAY ENGLiSh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 6 • Situation 4 First Conditional without will and with unless / if … not A  Read the text. 2. change your workout routine. (strengthen) our muscles if we work with weights regularly. (take) a break if I get really tired? (speak) to Mark if you want a good personal trainer. Walk on the treadmill for at least 45 minutes if you want a good workout. 4. 6. How often 2. Don’t use heavy weights at first unless you have strong arm muscles. 7.  You won’t build up strength unless you use weights. (hurt). Remember: If you work out again and again at a gym. take a short break. 5. Working out 5. (try) these weights if they aren’t too heavy for you. Here are his tips for those who want to get into shape: 1. If you get very tired during your first workout. find a good personal trainer. work with light weights at first. you build up strength and get into shape quickly! B  Complete the First Conditional sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. You won’t get into shape if you don’t exercise regularly. 10. If you 9. (not be) too bad if you have a good personal trainer. Tell me if something 4. (get) bored on the treadmill. You will hurt yourself unless you warm up and stretch first. If you 3. 3. warm up before exercising. I people (work out) if they want to get into shape quickly? (not want) to hurt yourself.

Penny won’t get / gets into shape unless she goes / will go on a diet and start / starts working out. Keep the original meaning. 3. D  Circle the correct forms of the verbs to complete the sentences. she won’t build up strength. 1.EVeRYDAY ENGLiSh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 6 • Situation 4 First Conditional without will and with unless / if … not C  Rewrite the sentences using unless instead of if … not. 5. If Sheila doesn’t do the exercises again and again. you will hurt / hurt yourself! 5. We won’t lose weight if we don’t join a gym. They will get bored if they don’t change their workout now and then. You won’t get into shape if you don’t exercise regularly. 3. W  orking with weights don’t strengthen / doesn’t strengthen your muscles unless you lift / will lift them again and again. Jasmine doesn’t work out if she doesn’t have time to warm up first. 2. Página 85 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . Tim hurts / will hurt himself unless he will stop / stops using such heavy weights. I doesn’t work out / won’t work out unless I have / will have a personal trainer to help me. 4. 2. Unless you will take / take a break soon. 4. 1.

They couldn’t come last week. help not be answer be take go 1. it will. you in trouble. We will fry the pepper then.  So. b. c. I’m excited.  . The phone’s ringing. (fry) the (not use) 6. I  to work. ? No. 3.m. W  e the meal with tri-color soup.  Yes. Soon. 2.  you the ingredients. I  chicken in garlic. c.  If you don’t come home soon.    a. I’m going to the gym tomorrow.  . She a taxi to the airport. vanilla ice cream (be) on the menu? D Tick (3) which meaning is NOT in the future. Use the answers to help you. or should I? 4. it won’t. Tomorrow.EVeryDAy EnGLisH 3 Module A Student Worksheet Test Name: 6 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer  omplete the sentences with will and the C verbs below. Now. (not be) creamy. 2. Next week. a b. I’m leaving the house soon.  I’m having a checkup at the clinic today at 4 p. we won’t. 3.    5.    4. we are going to fry it.  she the soup with paprika? 7. I  tomorrow. Well. 4. 8.  I or boil the potatoes? (steam) B  omplete the questions with will and the C verbs in brackets. They 5. C  omplete the sentences with be going to and C the verbs in brackets.  They are going to stay with me for a week. ? Yes.    Página 86 de 189 Page 1 of 2 .  you (serve) soup? No. I don’t know. c. it will. too. W   ill you be going to the theater on Tuesday? b. It will be my first time working out.  The spinach soufflé will be OK. Sorry. We’ll serve salad. we’re busy packing our suitcases. c. T  he cook (cut up) the pepper first.  The roast beef won’t be cooked soon. 1. a. 6. c. a. we’re flying to Rome. to the movies with you you clean it up. a. I hope I’ll see you there. a b. 6. we are cutting up the beef. 5. or with tag questions.  you (have) wine with your meal? Yes. b. c.    3. 5. at the moment.  I’m afraid we won’t have time to meet you later today. it. 1. I would love a glass of red wine. my friends are arriving. T  hey any wheat flour. b. 4. I 2. I have 3.    2.  The cauliflower (buy) (begin) (season) at home tomorrow. 1. I can’t speak to you now.

G  omplete the sentences with the correct form C of the verbs in brackets. 4. you 2. 4. you 5. Karen and Carl are going to mix their love of exercise and food. (not (be) helpful. 1. T  rish will exercise / won’t exercise till the trainer will tell / tells her to stop. U  nless Jeff he won’t get into shape. in the end. 1. I (take) it. not to eat. ?” 6. “People will love the homemade. I check / will check the zipper. 1. (exercise) regularly. 6. we (want) (need) to exercise more.  They should warm up unless they (want) to get hurt. 5. I f it (eat) inside. R Some answers may need more than one word. Harry calls / is going to call after he makes / will make dinner. healthy food.  (get) a personal trainer if you need some help.  Karen and Carl think their restaurant will . K  aren says.  Some friends think if people come to .  Karen and Carl’s restaurant mix two ideas – working out and 2. S  he diet if I smoking). (eat) healthy food. The friends said people come to the gym to work out. . 5. 6. Then complete the sentences below. Karen and Carl don’t agree with the advice. Several friends advised Karen and Carl to stop. (lose 2. They are opening a restaurant in a gym next week. healthy food. TOTAL: / 100 Página 87 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . As soon as we will arrive / arrive. 3. 3.  They are soon. T  he children won’t eat / aren’t eating salad until we will add / add salad dressing. (rain). M  ichael a lunch break if Jim (fill in) for him.  They will get bored with their workout if they (not / change) their exercises.EVeryDAy EnGLisH 3 Module E Student Worksheet Test Name: 6 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer  omplete the sentences with the correct form C of the verbs in brackets. B  y the time our friends leave / will leave. 2. Karen and Carl won’t take their friends’ . they eat. 4. They think the successful recipe is a restaurant with homemade. T  hey weight) if they (give up) eating between meals. it is / will be after midnight. S  o. T  his time. 3. 3. I f you usually feel better. (go on) a (stop (take) H  ead. I build up) my muscles. 6. 7. I f I don’t lift weights. we will unpack / unpack our bags. when I buy / will buy a new jacket. I f you to lose weight. 1. Don’t workout too long if it (be) your first time exercising. I f my advice think you 4. 5. open F  ircle the correct answers to complete the C sentences.

won’t / will not serve won’t / will not cook will make won’t / will not be will prepare will appear won’t / will not eat will bake won’t / will not work 2. Terry: What dishes will you prepare? Carla: I will prepare the soups. will your restaurant be 2. Our restaurant will serve good homemade dishes for the whole family. 9. I’ll make several. won’t it? Carla: Yes. too. Your cheesecake will be on the menu. Terry: I see. It’s my favorite! Terry: I’ve heard you make wonderful desserts. 5. will also make roast beef with baked potatoes. Dario. 3. 8. A young chef will work with us. talks to Carla about their plans. But I won’t only make one dessert. Terry: Will you and Dario do all the cooking on your own? Carla: No. 7.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 6 • Situation 1 ANSWeR KeY Future Simple A New FamiLy RestUrant WiLL Open Soon  Journalist. will be C 1. we won’t. He’ll make the side dishes. 6. Terry: You and Dario are both gourmet chefs. including a delicious chocolate dessert. 6. 8. Will you open a gourmet restaurant? Carla: No. Which side dishes will he make? Carla: He’ll make all kinds of salads. we won’t. 3. Dario and Carla Delaware. 5. Will it be a gourmet restaurant will you will help you in the restaurant Will he cook the main dishes won’t he side dishes will you have on the menu soups will you prepare Página 88 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . My husband. There will be two soups on the menu – tomato soup and onion soup. 7. Terry: That sounds good! Which dishes will be on the menu? Carla: For the main course we will serve delicious meat dishes like beef stew. of course it will. 4. I will serve it with whipped cream and vanilla ice cream. 10.  Husband and wife team. Terry Paul. That’s his specialty. He will help us in the kitchen. will open their own restaurant next week. B 1. I think his green salad with a special dressing will be a big success. 4.

She is going to season the chicken with olive oil. Dan: Who is going to make the dish? Lee: Sheila is. is going to add 15. and pepper. Ten people are arriving at 7 o’clock. is going to add B 1. Lee:  I have the recipe. a 6. are going to prepare 11. too? Lee: No. 10. Dan: It sounds delicious! He’s going to use cauliflower and spinach. 5. Then he’s going to boil them. isn’t he? Lee: Y  es. b 7. b 8. paprika. isn’t / is not going to add 17. It’s lemon cake – Sheila’s favorite! Dan: What are Bob and Sheila going to make? Lee: Bob is going to make tri-color soup. b Página 89 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . He’s going to chop three vegetables of different colors for the soup.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 6 • Situation 2 ANSweR KeY be going to and Present Continuous with Future Meaning A  ee: Bob and Sheila are preparing to cook a large meal. Dan: Which main course are Bob and Sheila serving tonight? Lee: They are serving roast chicken and stir-fry. 7. are going to watch 12. L Dan: Are guests coming for dinner this evening? Lee: Y  es. I’m going to use two tablespoons of olive oil. she isn’t. are going to stir 14. a 4. Dan: Isn’t she going to add garlic. salt. 4. 6. are we going to learn 2. 3. 9. he is. are we going to use 13. I’m going to try it out tonight. a 2. Dan: I’d like to know the recipe. are going to make Are you going to teach ’m / am going to teach are going to make are going to cut up is going to boil is going to prepare aren’t / are not all going to make C 1. Dan: Who is bringing the birthday cake? Lee: Sheila’s mother is bringing the birthday cake. They are all going to celebrate Sheila’s birthday. isn’t he 16. b 5. a 3. 8. they are.

take … will they be 9. What can she do? A:  Perhaps the problem is that she isn’t exercising. Once you stop eating them. will I lose weight? A: I  t depends on which snacks you eat. She just gives up. This affects her badly. he will feel better. She will eat some healthy fish and vegetables before she goes out. will you feel … stop 4. Q: M  y daughter has gone on many diets but she doesn’t lose much weight.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 6 • Situation 3 ANSWeR KeY First Conditional A Q: If I stop eating snacks. Will I lose … cut .  will they lose … go C Possible answers: The moment that you start to exercise every day. If you eat lots of junk food. speak … will help 8. will exercise … doesn’t exercise 10. I am fat and I smoke. I will go on diet until I lose ten kilograms. The first thing to do is stop smoking. After they finish work. she will feel better about herself and she won’t give up. you will start losing weight. We will exercise as soon as our lunch break starts. This is affecting my health. you will feel healthier. they will have a healthy snack. The moment that she starts losing weight. You can eat between meals if the snacks are healthy. Then start cutting calories. don’t stop … will gain 7. you will gain weight. goes … will lose 5. Página 90 de 189 Page 4 of 4 . Where should I start? A:  If you stop smoking. If she exercises a few times a week. she will lose weight. Won’t I feel … drink 6.  2 won’t improve … don’t stop 3. your health won’t improve! B 1. Try eating fruit and vegetables. eating healthy food and exercising. you will have less health problems. When he loses some weight. Q: M  y dietician says I need to go on a diet. If you don’t do all three.

lift Página 91 de 189 Page 4 of 4 . 7. won’t work out. If you get very tired during your first workout. 5.  You won’t build up strength unless you use weights. If you want to learn how to work out properly. have will hurt. Y  ou won’t get into shape unless you exercise regularly. 2. you build up strength and get into shape quickly! B 1. 3. 9. 6. Walk on the treadmill for at least 45 minutes if you want a good workout. Getting into shape Tim Green is the personal trainer to many famous athletes and actors. 4. 4. 2. 3. stops won’t get. 5. 5. 8. she won’t build up strength. 2. 4.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 6 • Situation 4 ANSWeR KeY First Conditional without will and with unless / if … not A  Read the text. 1. 5. will hurt doesn’t strengthen. 6.  We won’t lose weight unless we join a gym. You won’t get into shape if you don’t exercise regularly. 10. find a good personal trainer. take a short break. 4.  They will get bored unless they change their workout now and then. goes.  Unless Sheila does the exercises again and again.  Jasmine doesn’t work out unless she has time to warm up first. Remember: If you work out again and again at a gym. Here are his tips for those who want to get into shape: 1. starts take. 3. C D do … work out / should … work out don’t want hurts isn’t / shouldn’t be are Try strengthen / can strengthen / will strengthen get Do … take / should … take Speak 1. 3. Don’t use heavy weights at first unless you have strong arm muscles. You will hurt yourself unless you warm up and stretch first. 2.

6. 3. G 1. will be won’t eat. 3. 2. fills in rains. 4. 6. 2. Accept all logical and grammatically correct answers. is going to call. arrive. add will exercise. 2. B 1. 5. 5 6. 3. 7. For example: 1. 3. 4. won’t (want to) succeed / be a success / be successful won’t they advice Página 92 de 189 Page 1 of 1 . the restaurant exercise / work out. will take will go on. 2. 5. makes buy. 4. 4. 2. D 1. stop smoking will take. 3. tells Get exercises don’t change eat want is won’t build up H A  nswers will vary. 3. will need will lose weight. 4. 6. 6. 5. will answer will not / won’t be will be will take will go will help Will … be Will … have will it Will … serve won’t it am going to fry are not / aren’t going to use Are … going to buy is going to cut up are going to begin Is … going to season is not / isn’t going to be Am … going to steam a b c b a b want. E 1. 3. 6. 3. 8. 4. 5. food / eating going to. 7. 5. 6. 4. will eat F 1. 5. will unpack 2.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Test 6 • Situation 5 ANSWeR KeY A 1. 2. 5. give up is. will check leave. will / is going to. 4. C 1. 2.

There’s no room in your suitcase. can we? Pete:  Mary: No. Please. He’s been trying. You can choose two small toys and put them in the bag. the flight attendant couldn’t give / can give me one. Mary:  Pete. 2. everyone! We have to leave in half an hour. I’m afraid we will be able to sit / won’t be able to sit together on the plane. Tom: Mommy.EVeRyday ENGliSH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 7 • Situation 1 Can / Could / Be able to A  Read the text. we can’t. please? I need to get something out of my bag. were you able to find our sunglasses? We can’t go to Hawaii without sunglasses. I had to sit near the aisle. you can. Can you finish packing our suitcase? Mary: Yes. 9. A  lthough I asked for a window seat. They couldn’t go on vacation last year because they were moving. could you help / will you be able to help me zip up my suitcase?  3.  Can you hold / Were you able to hold the boarding passes for a minute. We took off ten minutes ago. I couldn’t find yours. 8.  “Look Daddy. she is. but he isn’t able to do it by himself. 10. T  hat’s odd. can I have the window seat? Mary: You could ask for a window seat at the check-in. We were able to / could have a cup of coffee now. but they can’t belong / could belong to me.” 6. Leila: Mommy.” 5. “Is Betty able to carry / Could Betty carry such a heavy suitcase?” “Yes. Mary. could you please help Tom? He can’t close his suitcase. “Was I able to move / Can I move my seat back now?” “Yes. These sunglasses look just like mine. when we board the plane. You’ll be able to buy a new pair in Hawaii. I’m strong! I is able to pick up / can pick up the suitcase by myself!” 4. B Circle the correct form of the modal in each sentence. But last month Pete was able to get them four tickets to Hawaii. could I take these toys with me on the plane? Mary: You can’t take all those toys. I can. The plane only takes off in an hour. You won’t be able to carry them all. 1. W  e both have window seats. But I could only find my sunglasses. but we were wrong. couldn’t I? Mary: No. CAN WE LEAVE YET? The Davis family is getting ready to go to the airport. I put my sunglasses in my carry-on bag. Página 93 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . Pete: Of course I can help him. 7. We aren’t able to get / weren’t able to get there in time. Leila: I could put them in the carry-on bag. Pete: Hurry up. W  e thought we had plenty of time to get to the airport.

.. I can move my seat back.. f... You couldn’t get a window seat... c. … ? 2.. We will be able to sit next to each other... Sam was able to find his boarding pass. … ? 9.. d.. weren’t they? .. Peter can’t find his sunglasses.. aren’t they? . We could ask the flight attendant for help.. can’t I? .. Tommy won’t be able to take such a heavy carry-on bag. … ? 5. A B . e.EVeRyday ENGliSH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 7 • Situation 1 Can / Could / Be able to C Match A to B to create tag questions.. could you? . … ? 6. can he? is it? Página 94 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . . g. … ? . The children are able to pack their own suitcases... They were able to board the plane in time... The plane isn’t able to take off in this bad weather. a. j..... … ? 7.... will he? .. … ? 4.... … ? 8. … ? 3... b..... won’t we? . wasn’t he? 1.. couldn’t we? . … ? 10.. h. i.

But it’s worth it if you don’t know the city. show have return read pay choose rent make spend fill up 1. 10. Compact cars are usually the cheapest. the car with a full tank. TIPS FOR RENtING A CAR 1. a reservation soon. She 4. T  he car rental company has to give you a full tank of gas. That way I 2. Sara doesn’t know her way around the city. but midsize cars are more comfortable. W  hen you rent a car next week. 2. But the car you want may not be available if you don’t make a reservation. T  he car rental company doesn’t have to include a GPS in the price. Página 95 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . You won’t have to use a map to find your way. 4. or don’t have to. have to. You too much money. this brochure. I ’m sorry! I forgot that I instead? a rental car and then they must fill out this form. I’ll rent a cheap compact car. extra for insurance. If you rent a car from us. 5. Can I pay for the gas the car for at the agent your driver’s license and 9.EVeRydAy ENgLisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 7 • Situation 2 Must / Have to A  Read the text. a GPS in her rental car. You mustn’t forget to return the car with a full tank of gas! B  Complete each sentence with the correct form of the modal must. you credit card. Y  ou don’t have to make a reservation with most car rental companies. Always check that you have a full gas tank when you get the car. you 7. T  he car rental company offers me unlimited mileage. Y  ou must find out about all the kinds of cars available. You don’t have to get a GPS if you know your way around. and a suitable verb below. he 6. Ask about special deals. 3. It’s the holidays and everyone is renting cars. We 8. Before Dave returned the rental car. the tank with gas. but I least five days. It gives you the details of all kinds of rental cars. The car rental agent has to give you a special price for long-term rentals. You must pay extra for a GPS in most rental cars. 3. They first 5.

2. Use mustn’t. Sara 5. You 6. It’s against the law for you to use your parents’ credit card. . It’s not necessary for Penny to make a reservation. There is no need for you to pay extra for insurance.  It’s not a good idea for Jack and Leslie to rent a compact car. It’s too small for them. don’t have to.  Sara is not obliged to fill up the tank with gas. . . Página 96 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . 1. Jack and Leslie 4.  The car rental agent is not allowed to rent a car to Tom because Tom doesn’t have a driver’s license.EVeRydAy ENgLisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 7 • Situation 2 Must / Have to C  Write sentences with the same meaning as the originals. The car rental agent 3. She 7. I . There is no need for me to fill out a form. I’ve already done it. We are not allowed to return the rental car late. . You . . We 8. . or doesn’t have to.

Marty! Hi. We are fixing up the house for guests who are coming to stay. I’d better cover her dress with a towel so it doesn’t get dirty! Is someone at the door? Oh no. Y  ou don’t need to switch off the electric toothbrush. and new toothbrushes there in case the guests need them. Now you can add the vegetables by 5.  Tom and Jen love working on their apartment. soap. I’ve already put shampoo. Make yourselves at home! B  Complete each sentence with the correct reflexive pronoun. she bought a gorgeous new dress. They’d better be strong! The guests will put all their toiletries on a shelf. She is wearing a gorgeous white dress. 8. Tom.EVeRyday EnGlish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 7 • Situation 3 Reflexive Pronouns / Had Better A  Read the text. They fixed up this lovely guest room 7. The children have been helping us. We didn’t have a lot of money to redecorate. My family and I are very busy. dressed herself. 1. I’ve shown you how to chop up the beef. at home. When Sally went shopping yesterday. Look. our guests are early! I’ll answer the door. who is only four. Página 97 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . He’s introducing to all the guests. He put up the new shelves in the bathroom by himself. After a few minutes. 4. Don’t worry! My suitcase is very light. . Kate! Please come in. Mom! Julie and I fixed up our room all by 2. . it switches off by . conditioner. We’d better hurry because the guests will be here in a little while! My husband and I painted the guest room ourselves. too. Carla! Won’t you both come in! Please make . Clark is the host of this party. Peter! Hi. Martha. Tim is good at making things. you’d better not let the roast chicken burn! Hello. so I made the curtains myself. Now she is helping me prepare dinner by stirring the tomato soup. There he is. . I can carry it 3. Hi. 6.

6... ... f. d. . Larry’s hair is very dry. e. I’d better get started with the cooking.. A 1... c.. . Sue has nothing to wear to her 21st birthday party on Friday.... . a.  I’d better get you something from the medicine cabinet.. 7.. There will be five of us in the rental car.. B . 8.  g. You look sick! 2.  She’d better buy a new toothbrush and soap... We’d better fix up the guest room. 3... . h.  The guests are resting after their long flight. .  Dinner must be ready for the guests at 7 o’clock. .EVeRyday EnGlish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 7 • Situation 3 Reflexive Pronouns / Had Better C  Match the sentences in A with the had better sentences in B below..... 5. b.. children! Página 98 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . He’d better use some conditioner. You’d better not make any noise. We’d better not rent a compact car.  She’d better go out shopping for a gorgeous dress...  Isobel and her husband are coming to stay this weekend.. 4...... Kelly left her bag of toiletries on the plane..

You mustn’t drive without wearing a seat belt. I’m so glad to see you. You mustn’t start the engine before I tell you to. Fred could fix any car problem. she thought. When he was younger. His battery might be dead. Could I check your spare tire for you? 8. as she got out of the car. on the side of the road.” “It might just be a flat tire”. offer present ability polite request prohibition polite request past ability strong possibility possibility 1. Larry can change a tire in only five minutes. Jen. They’re in the trunk of my car. she saw that they were all fine. “What could be the problem?” she wondered. OK?” B  What does the underlined modal in each sentence express? Choose from the possibilities below. Pete. Pete’s car won’t start. It stopped and a man got out. I can get them for you if you wait a second. 7. that’s what it is. Ted?” “Of course you can. Sara was on her way to the airport when she began to have car trouble. 5. 2.EVeRyDAy ENGlish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 7 • Situation 4 May / Might / Can / Could / Must / Mustn’t A  Read the text. Página 99 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . Suddenly Sara saw the headlights of another car. “Ted. It’s against the law. She tried calling the AAA on her cellular phone but she couldn’t get a signal. “Yes.” “Could I borrow your jumper cables. That’s my neighbor. “Can I help you?” he offered.” But when Sara checked her tires. I can change a tire in only ten minutes. It was Ted. “What can I do?” she wondered. “That’s not a big problem. 3. I’ll connect the cables to your battery while you get ready to start it. Sara couldn’t help smiling. Of course you may. her neighbor.” Ted got into Sara’s car and turned the key. “I mustn’t miss my flight. May I borrow your jumper cables? Sure. could you please take me to the airport now? I don’t want to miss my flight. She stopped at the side of the road. 6. Could you tell me why my car won’t start?” “The battery may be dead. She must be having car trouble. 4.

5. is very good with cars. 11.EVeRyDAy ENGlish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 7 • Situation 4 May / Might / Can / Could / Must / Mustn’t C Circle the most suitable modals in the sentences. The spare tire must / mustn’t be in the trunk of my car. May / Must I borrow your car if you don’t need it? My battery is dead. If I have car trouble. 3. 7. she may / can miss her flight.” “Of course you can / may not.  Must / Can you please switch on your headlights? It’ll help me to see while I’m changing the tire. When Kate was younger she can / could change a tire easily.  1. 8. Might / Can we help you change your tire? 4.  Paul mustn’t / might not leave his car in the middle of the road.  “Could / Might we use your jumper cables? We can’t / mustn’t find ours. He couldn’t / must move it to the side of the road.” 12. We might not / can’t find the jumper cables anywhere. I might / couldn’t get gas on the way home. Have you seen them? 10. 6. who could / mustn’t I call to help me? 2. If I have enough time. He may / can fix any car problem. Bob. Página 100 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . 9. I’ll get them for you. Now the tire is too heavy for her. I remember seeing it there. My neighbor. If Mary doesn’t hurry to the airport.

I t’s essential for Sara to fill up the tank before returning the rental car. C  an the flight attendant take / be able to take / takes my carry-on bag? 7. 2. 6. I t’s against the law to drive at night without headlights. a. W  e are able to / was able to / were able to check in five minutes ago. T  hey aren’t able to find their boarding passes. M  y grandfather has to carry such a heavy suitcase. T  he car won’t start. I t’s important for you to keep your boarding pass with you at all times. b. J  oe doesn’t have to pack an extra pair of sunglasses.  Joe mustn’t pack an extra pair of sunglasses. ? 7. b. 8. ? Página 101 de 189 Page 1 of 3 .  You must drive at night without headlights. Y  ou mustn’t drive at night without headlights. 1. b.EVeRyDAy ENGLish 3 Module A Student Worksheet Test Name: 7 • Situation 5 C 2 points for each answer  ircle the correct form of the modals or C verbs to complete the sentences. Y  ou don’t have to keep your boarding pass with you at all times. 3. T  hey don’t have to stay in this guest room. I s you able to / Could you / Aren’t we able to fill your details out on this form. T  hey are not obliged to stay in this guest room. b. 3.  hoose the sentence in each pair that best C reflects the meaning of the original. I t’s really not a good idea for my grandfather to carry such a heavy suitcase. I  am not able / is able / couldn’t to find the conditioner I want. The battery can / is able to / could be dead. 6.  My grandfather mustn’t carry such a heavy suitcase. 1. 4. ? 8. W  e won’t be able to take such a heavy suitcase. a. T  he room is too small.  Sara has to fill up the tank before returning the rental car. ? 2.  1. B Complete the tag questions. a.  You could move your seat back. S  ara doesn’t have to fill up the tank before returning the rental car.  My mother couldn’t get an aisle seat. Y  ou weren’t able to pay the car insurance yesterday. a. a. ? 5. 5. ? 6. ? 4. Y  ou have to keep your boarding pass with you at all times.  They can put their toiletries on this shelf. b. C  an / Is / Are you able to change a tire? 2. 5.  Tim can’t show them to their room now. a. b. H  urry up! We could / can’t / are able to miss our flight if we don’t leave now. They mustn’t stay in this guest room. ? 3. I t’s not necessary for Joe to pack an extra pair of sunglasses. please? 4.  He is able to borrow some jumper cables. My guests can’t stay / could stay / am not able to stay in it.

 We put up these shelves herself / ourselves. 4. but you  . we’ll miss boarding the plane. Y  ou see a car at the side of the road. 5. T  his is a great deal. ? 2. 2. a . 1. can. Tell this to the person with you. I know that car. It 3. James . a.  You don’t have to walk along the aisle while the plane is taking off. 7. There is a very strong possibility that the car belongs to Jack.  rite sentences that reflect the meaning of W the original. Let’s get started. E  omplete each sentence with had better and C a positive or negative form of a verb below. Tell a passenger that he is prohibited from smoking on the plane. I 6.EVeRyDAy ENGLish 3 Module Student Worksheet Test Name: 7 • Situation 5 F 2 points for each answer 7. Y  our friend’s car won’t start. P  lease help yourself / himself to any of these toiletries. buy pack rain fill up make call 5. 8. W  hen you had a bigger house. T  his medicine cabinet is very full. Greg taught themselves / himself how to play the guitar. and could. When I had a bigger house. Y  ou would like to borrow someone’s jumper cables. We must check in right away. I’m sorry. He his suitcase. T  oday is our garden party. 4. Página 102 de 189 Page 2 of 3 . You  .  She’s late. I t’s necessary for us to check in right away. Dinner won’t cook itself / herself. Y  our neighbor needs a someone to change a tire for her. 2. Explain this to a friend.  please? . Y  ou mustn’t walk along the aisle while the plane is taking off. b. It  . 4.  You’re running out of gas.  He has to leave soon. 1. 5. 3. Y  ou are not allowed to walk along the aisle while the plane is taking off. might. Make a polite request. Y  ou work for a car rental service. If we don’t. I  . b. you had the ability to invite guests to stay in the guest room. Offer to help by taking her to the airport. I any more toiletries. 1. Y  ou are a flight attendant. a. We mustn’t check in right away. 6. You the tank. may. Explain to a customer that he is unable to rent a midsize car because there are none available at present. T  hanks but I can carry my suitcase ourselves / myself. her. We reservation quickly. Tell her that James has the ability to change tires. D  ircle the correct reflexive pronouns to C complete the sentences. 3. Use the positive or negative form of the modals must.

In California.EVeRyDAy ENGLish 3 Module G Student Worksheet Test Name: 7 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer Circle the correct answers to complete the e-mail. when we checked out of the hotel. Janice TOTAL: / 100 Página 103 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . Finally. Unfortunately. I asked for an aisle seat. So we had to wait six hours for a tow truck. However. we arrived at the hotel. Usually. I’ve just returned from a problematic trip to California. The room was nice and there were some 7 toiletries / hosts on the bathroom shelf. During 1 check-in / boarding. I’m glad to be home. we decided to 3 rent / fill out a car. We were driving to our hotel when we got a 4 spare tire / flat tire. they wanted us to pay for them. the same seat number was on someone else’s 2 boarding pass / carry-on bag. So I had to sit in a window seat. these are free and you just 8 make yourself / help yourself. We opened the 5 trunk / tank but there wasn’t a 6 jack / jumper cables.  Dear Inez. Best regards.

You won’t be able to carry them all. 8. You can choose two small toys and put them in the bag. when we board the plane. could I take these toys with me on the plane? Mary: You can’t take all those toys. There’s no room in your suitcase. He’s been trying. I can. b 6. Leila: Mommy. h 5. 9. we can’t. 3. 4.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 7 • Situation 1 ANSWeR KeY Can / Could / Be able to A  Can WE LEAVE YET? The Davis family is getting ready to go to the airport. But last month Pete was able to get them four tickets to Hawaii. 10. Leila: I could put them in the carry-on bag. a 8. Tom: Mommy. d could have could you help can pick up Is Betty able to carry Can I move weren’t able to get Can you hold won’t be able to sit couldn’t give can’t belong 2. C 1. B 1. 6. could you please help Tom? He can’t close his suitcase. Pete:  Mary. 7. e Página 104 de 189 Page 4 of 4 . I couldn’t find yours. c 10. can I have the window seat? Mary: You could ask for a window seat at the check-in. 2. f 9. Can you finish packing our suitcase? Mary: Yes. were you able to find our sunglasses? We can’t go to Hawaii without sunglasses. g 4. They couldn’t go on vacation last year because they were moving. You’ll be able to buy a new pair in Hawaii. 5. everyone! We have to leave in half an hour. Pete: Hurry up. i 3. But I could only find my sunglasses. Mary:  Pete. Pete: Of course I can help him. j 7. couldn’t I? Mary:  No. can we? Mary:  No. but he isn’t able to do it by himself.

The car rental agent has to give you a special price for long-term rentals. C 1. You must pay extra for a GPS in most rental cars. 2. 8. 2. 6. 7. You won’t have to use a map to find your way. 8. Compact cars are usually the cheapest. 7. 5. 4. 5. Always check that you have a full gas tank when you get the car.  You must find out about all the kinds of cars available. 4. won’t have to spend / pay must read has to have have to choose had to fill up won’t / don’t have to pay / spend must make had to return must rent will have to show don’t have to pay extra for insurance mustn’t rent a car to Tom  mustn’t rent a compact car doesn’t have to fill up the tank with gas mustn’t use your parents’ credit card doesn’t have to make a reservation mustn’t return the rental car late don’t have to fill out a form Página 105 de 189 Page 4 of 4 .  Ask about special deals.  The car rental company has to give you a full tank of gas. But it’s worth it if you don’t know the city.  The car rental company doesn’t have to include a GPS in the price. 6.  You don’t have to make a reservation with most car rental companies. But the car you want may not be available if you don’t make a reservation. 4. 9.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 7 • Situation 2 ANSWeR KeY Must / Have to A Tips fOR RentinG a CaR 1. 3. You mustn’t forget to return the car with a full tank of gas! B 1. 3. You don’t have to get a GPS if you know your way around. 3. but midsize cars are more comfortable. 5. 10. 2.

They’d better be strong! The guests will put all their toiletries on the shelf. 6. 2. Tom. soap and new toothbrushes there in case the guests need them. 6. 3. 5. too. 8. 4. I’d better cover her dress with a towel so it doesn’t get dirty! Is someone at the door? Oh no. He put up the new shelf in the bathroom by himself. 8. Now she is helping me prepare dinner by stirring the tomato soup. Make yourselves at home! B C 1. you’d better not let the roast chicken burn! Hello. conditioner. dressed herself. She is wearing a gorgeous white dress. The children have been helping us. 5. Tim is good at making things. 1. Martha. 2. We’d better hurry because the guests will be here in a little while! My husband and I painted the guest room ourselves. so I made the curtains myself. I’ve already put shampoo.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 7 • Situation 3 ANSWeR KeY Reflexive Pronouns / Had Better A  My family and I are very busy. Peter! Hi. 4. 7. We are fixing up the house for guests who are coming to stay. ourselves myself yourselves yourself herself themselves himself itself e g a f h c d b Página 106 de 189 Page 4 of 4 . who is only four. Kate! Please come in. 7. 3. We didn’t have a lot of money to redecorate. our guests are early! I’ll answer the door.

“Ted. “Yes. Ted?” “Of course you can. “Can I help you?” he offered. 5. 10. “What could be the problem?” she wondered.” she thought. It stopped and a man got out. Could you tell me why my car won’t start?” “The battery may be dead. I’m so glad to see you. 8. They’re in the trunk of my car. could May Can must may could might can can’t mustn’t.” But when Sara checked her tires. She stopped at the side of the road. she saw that they were all fine. 4. OK?” B 1. “I mustn’t miss my flight. “That’s not a big problem. 6. Sara couldn’t help smiling. 11. 7.” Ted got into Sara’s car and turned the key. 2. 8. I’ll connect the cables to your engine while you get ready to start it. prohibition strong possibility polite request possibility polite request present ability offer past ability C 1.” “It might just be a flat tire. I can change a tire in only ten minutes. 7. 6. can’t. I can get them for you if you wait a second. 2. as she got out of the car. 5. must Could. her neighbor. 12. 9. 4.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 7 • Situation 4 ANSWeR KeY May / Might / Can / Could / Must / Mustn’t A  Sara was on her way to the airport when she began to have car trouble. “What can I do?” she wondered. 3. She tried calling the AAA on her cellular phone but she couldn’t get a signal. 3. You mustn’t start the engine before I tell you to. that’s what it is. It was Ted. Suddenly Sara saw the headlights of another car.” “Could I borrow your jumper cables. can Can Página 107 de 189 Page 4 of 4 .

C 1. 2. 8. 6. 3. 4. 5.  could invite guests to stay in the guest room 4. 6.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Test 7 • Situation 5 ANSWeR KeY A. mustn’t smoke on the plane 3. can change tires 5. can’t stay Could you could am not able take were able to could will we couldn’t you can he were you can’t they isn’t he could she are they b b a a b a a b yourself myself himself itself ourselves E 1. 2. must be Jack’s / It must belong to Jack 7. 5. 3. had better pack had better not rain had better fill up had better not buy had better call had better make F 1. 6. 4. 8. 5. 7. 8. check-in boarding pass rent flat tire trunk jack toiletries help yourself Página 108 de 189 Page 1 of 1 . 2.  can’t rent a midsize car (because there are none available at present) G 1 . 6. 7. 3. 7. 4. 3. 3. B 1. 5. 2. D 1. 5. 4. 4. 4. 7.  Could / May / Can I borrow your jumper cables 6. 6. Are 2. 3. 5. Can / Could I take you to the airport 2. 8. 1. 2.

wouldn’t they? ii) I would go on a trip around the world and then return to work. you (like) the $1 ticket or the $5 ticket? (like) the $5 ticket. Mike:  My boss offered me a promotion. What you you (take) the promotion? John:  Well. What do you think he would say? i) You’re a great worker. What would you say? i) I wouldn’t work overtime. wouldn’t you? iii) I would like to discuss it with my wife first. that depends. (get) a raise in salary. Thank you. of course. Página 109 de 189 Page 1 of 2 .  1. I’ll get back to you. I John: Then I . 2. (do)? 2. Abby: I Shelly: Abby: I 3. Kate: Fiona: Yes. Everyone would do the same. but my colleague would. iv) I’d be happy to help out. She needs the extra money! ii) You’d offer good overtime pay. B Complete the short dialogues with would and the correct form of the verbs. You win five million dollars in a lottery. 1.EVeRyDAy ENGLiSH 3 Module would A Read the text. please. I you (like) a cup of coffee? . You want to ask your boss for a raise.  Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 8 • Situation 1 FUN QUIZ Are you happy in your job? Would you be better in a different job? What would your employer say about your work? Find out in this fun quiz. You you? Mike: Yes. Of course you can have a raise. Your boss asks you to put in overtime. (take) the job. What would you do? i) I would retire. I would give you a raise if I could. ii)  You deserve a raise but I can’t offer anyone a better salary right now. (like) to buy a lottery ticket. iii) I wouldn’t give you a raise if my life depended on it! 3. iii) I would carry on working and save the money for when I retire.

He tells the chief editor that he wants to discuss some things with him. Make a polite request. please. but she asks him anyway. I . (take) “You  . Tell Sam that you are not prepared to work overtime.  Mary’s boss offers her a promotion. Write sentences with would and the verb in brackets. The chief editor offers Jim a job on the local news desk.” Página 110 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . (buy) “I .  You and your friend Sam are talking hypothetically about how to make extra money. (work) on national news. The chief editor asks: (like) “ ?” 5.  Peter is a journalist. She (be) very C Read the situations. Ask your boss politely for a promotion. 2. you?” ?” 4.  1. Terry: What Pam: She good at it.EVeRyDAy ENGLiSH 3 Module would B continued  4. Mary wants to know what her friend Paul would do. overtime? Rita: No. Bella:  My boss wants to discuss working overtime. The chief editor wants to know which things Peter wants to discuss. (discuss) “ 3. You want to buy two lottery tickets. He needs the extra money. (work) on if she got a promotion? (work) 5. But Jim Sandra Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 8 • Situation 1 you .” 6. (work) “I . (like) “I . Mary thinks Paul would take the promotion.

(receive) such an expensive gift. would you try to help her solve it? Celine: Yes. I’m not afraid to try new things. he (not have) to work. 4. I f I Far East with you. I would.EVeRYDAY ENGLiSH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 8 • Situation 2 Second Conditional A  Read the text. famous actress Celine Cromwell takes our personality quiz. 1. Interviewer: If you had to choose between an honest person and an intelligent person. Interviewer: How would you feel if a guy you liked gave you a compliment? Celine: I’d feel a little uncomfortable. PERSONALITY QUIZ FOR THE STARS In this week’s interview. I f Peter own business. I (not (study) (start) his (come) to the Página 111 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . 5. Interviewer: If you had to describe your personality in one word. could you do it? Celine: No. Interviewer: If your director asked you to wear only a plastic bag in a movie. they (do) better if they (have) the money. (buy) me a sports car. what would it be? Celine: I’d choose the word adventurous. I couldn’t. 2. I would listen carefully and then try to give her practical advice. T  he students more for every quiz. 6. That’s much more important than being smart. who would you choose? Celine: I’d definitely choose the honest person. I f they spend) it on a vacation. I’d probably blush! Interviewer: If a friend had a serious problem. I f I (feel) uncomfortable. I (give) you practical advice if you (have) to solve a problem.  My mother 3. I f my boyfriend (not accept) it. I couldn’t perform like that! But I could drive a fast sports car if he asked me to! B  Complete the Second Conditional sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. I (win) a million dollars. 7.

I f you could have / had to choose. would you try / did you try to return it to the owner? 8. would you be / were you angry? 3. C  Circle the correct answers to form Second Conditional questions. If a guy wouldn’t call / didn’t call you after a date. how you spent / would you spend it? 5. if you needed to solve / would solve a problem? 10. what was / would be your ideal gift? 7. 10. (not take) the quiz if you (give) me a compliment. intelligent guy. If you changed / change one thing about yourself. T  hey them to.EVeRYDAY ENGLiSH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 8 • Situation 2 Second Conditional 8.  If you celebrated / would celebrate an important birthday. 1. I f I would ask / asked your best friend to describe you.  If Sara 9. I f you found / find someone’s bag on the sidewalk. which word would he choose / did he choose? 9. How would you react / did you react if someone gave / gives you a compliment? 4. I (ask) (blush). she (date) him. If you (find) an adventurous.  Who you asked / would you ask for help. could you prefer / would you prefer a trip to South America or the Far East? Página 112 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . Who would you take / did you take to a party if you had / would have a choice? 6. what would it be / it would be? 2. If you would win / won a million dollars.

you I (not be) very happy. I would be a film director if I 6. (be) younger. I love my profession. they 7. Would you change jobs if you could? John: Oh. 1. they would choose a different (not be) still in cooking school. Peter: If you weren’t a film director. Pete 9. yes! If I were an architect. would they be happier? Journalist Peter Hayes finds out. HOW HAPPY ARE PEOPLE IN ThEIR JOBS? If people were in different professions. If I were a scientist.EVeRyDAy ENGLisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 8 • Situation 3 Second Conditional with were A  Read the text. If they were in the right profession. so I had to start working when I finished school. my family isn’t rich. (not be) so unhappy. I f Susan and Marco their own restaurant. don’t you? What would you do if you were me? B  Complete the Second Conditional sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. I f Susan and John profession. If you weren’t an architect. you are the assistant manager of a large store. what 8. I think it’s too late to change my profession. they would open Página 113 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . 3. 10. what would you be? Lily: I’d be a pilot. I’m living my dream and guess what … I’m getting rich at the same time! Peter:  John. (hire) a pilot to fly us around the world. I don’t think I would be. I 2. Peter: If you weren’t an accountant. would you be happy? Andy: No. That’s why I’d love to be a pilot. I would be so happy! Unfortunately. You 4. (be)? (follow) his dream if he weren’t so afraid to try. If we were rich. I chose accounting because I’m good with numbers. (be) rich if I were a store owner? (be) an accountant if you were good with numbers. but I am also an adventurous person. (be) more creative. The manager of the department store hired me and I’ve been working there for ten years. He interviews people in the street to see whether they would change their profession. we 5.

c.. starting with either the conditional part (with If) or the result part.. g. you / be / a scientist 6.. 3.. Peter / be / a better architect 3. 7. I / hire / him to design my new house .. f.. d. Then write out the sentences in full.. I / study / to be a fashion designer or architect .  they / not worry / about money all the time ... Página 114 de 189 Page 2 of 2 ... I / hire / you as the assistant manager ... b.. he / not be / such a famous film director 5.. you / try / to create new medicines for sick animals . 6.. I / be / more creative 7.. e.EVeRyDAy ENGLisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 8 • Situation 3 Second Conditional with Were C  First match the two parts of each second conditional sentence below.. 1. Bob and Sara / be / rich 1. be / the store owner .. 5..... we / not be / accountants 2.. a. I / not work / on his movie . we / not be / so good with numbers 4. 2..... 4.

BE “GREEN” •  What will happen to the earth if we don’t start saving energy? – There will be an energy crisis in the future! •  If we didn’t recycle. were c. will get a. would be b. could get c. will buy c. we won’t use so many plastic bags. bring a. unless c. understood c. please … me to turn it off. don’t use plastic bags. 3. If we use disposable cups.  He won’t continue driving to work … he finds more people to join his car pool. how much unnecessary waste would there be? •  If every person did their best to stop pollution. iv)  If you use disposable cups and plates. If we all did this. If we bring our own cloth shopping bags to the supermarket. will remind 2. will we create a. 7. will understand a. If you used glass cups instead.EVeRYDAY ENGLish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 8 • Situation 4 Review: First Conditional. I’d recycle all the paper in the office. was a. iii)  Turn the lights off when you leave the room. we … our boss to agree to recycle all the paper. 6.  Harry … how important it is to be “green” if he were an environmentalist. If we tried. If I … you. We wouldn’t have to throw out so much if we … items with less packaging. you wouldn’t have so many items to throw away! You would save paper. If I leave the light on. we won’t have to use so many plastic bags. buy a. 8. if a. ii)  If you don’t want to cause more pollution. 1. get b. 5. you create more garbage. brought c. … more garbage? 4. a. by the time b. Página 115 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . would understand b. we could save a lot of electricity. B  Circle the correct words to complete the sentences. did we create b. brings b. would remind c. Second Conditional A  Read the text. imagine the difference we could make! Here are a few tips from the environmentalists: i) If you want to save gas. bought b. drive to work in car pools with other workers. remind b. we create c. If Sean … his own shopping bags.

Second Conditional Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. (ask) (remind) Sam to take out the (use) paper bags instead of plastic bags. If we didn’t turn off all unnecessary lights. please 3. C  1. (not save) electricity. I f my mother less pollution. If you leave the room last.EVeRYDAY ENGLish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 8 • Situation 4 Review: First Conditional. she will cause (join) a car pool. (not save) energy unless she turns the heat down a few degrees. they could leave their cars at home Página 116 de 189 Page 2 of 2 .  garbage if you see him? 7. we you (be) you. (turn off) all the lights. everyone to recycle the paper? 6. Sara 5. I wouldn’t heat the room so much if I 2. you 4. I f you were the manager. 8. I f Fiona and Pam and save gas.

J  oyce (believe) him if he were trustworthy. we would solve the problem. after C  omplete the sentences with the correct C form of the verbs in brackets. When 4. as soon as 2. 2. he could / would ride a bicycle. 8. 2. 3. 7. I  (find out) more about my personality if I took the quiz. I will feed the cat … I can. 1. Until b. Until b. W  e (not work out) if we didn’t need to lose weight. 6. a. If / you / be honest / you / not say / that . …  we start serious recycling. 5. 5. W  hat would you / you would do if you were me? 6. till b. until b. … we get home. a. Use the Second Conditional. she wouldn’t. D  rite sentences using the Second W Conditional.  1.EVeRYdAY ENGLiSH 3 Module A Student Worksheet Test Name: 8 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer Circle the correct answers. would I / I would get a raise. 6. I f she (not have to be) here. By the time a. D  o you think more people (recycle) if they 10. Página 117 de 189 Page 1 of 3 . If / I / be rich / I / not have / to work . it will be late. I f / it / be more practical / it / be / more useful . 1. I f I got a promotion. you (open) it? 9. I f / we / be good with numbers / we / not need / accountants . I f / we / be adventurous / we / start / a business . We would / could love to eat dinner. 4.  What packaging (use) if you (want) to reduce pollution? (be aware)? you B  ircle the correct answer to complete each C sentence. T  hey (make) more money if they started their own business. too? 4. 1. T  hey can’t use their computers … the blackout is over. 5. I’m sure they would / could like to come. we will really reduce pollution. 4. a. If / he / be a chef / he / know / how to cook . 3.  Dave would be a great guy if he (have) more confidence. W  hen Pete was five. Would you / You would like a cup of coffee? 2.  If you found a bag on the sidewalk. I f we (think) more seriously. 3. 3. I nvite them.

4. 3. . we will save energy. . would the project finish sooner? .  If everyone turned down the heat.  We can save energy by turning down the heat a few degrees.  a. we could save energy.  If they weren’t sick. 4. b. 2. they would be happy to come. If we were smart. I will close the window before I leave. She would recycle if she were smart. The story was in the local and national news. . b.EVeRYdAY ENGLiSH 3 Module E Student Worksheet Test Name: 8 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer Tick (✓) the sentence that is correct in each pair.  When we use “green” packaging. 8. Would they like to work overtime? . 1. b. I will close the window before I leave. This guy’s got a great personality! . I will buy a new car. b. 2. 3.  We would like to help you if we have the time. we would recycle. b. we create less. 1. a.  If we hired that architect. 5. they would be happy to come.  We would like to help you if we had the time. 6. a.  If they aren’t sick. F Translate the following sentences. 7. Página 118 de 189 Page 2 of 3 .  If everyone turned down the heat. unnecessary waste.  If I remember. She will recycle if she were smart. . a. If I get my license. 5. a.  If I remembered. .

• Get a second job. So here are a few ideas about how to make more money. 6. Even a few hours more a week will make a difference. 5. • W  aste less of your salary. If you play the lottery.  blush serious personality creative compliment adventurous If you took a 1  2 quiz. Many people’s jobs just don’t pay them the salary they T need to live the life they want. Usually. Why could your boss give you a raise? . you will have a nice amount. 2. you would feel that you had more money.  on’t buy lottery tickets or play games to win money. will your financial situation be better? . • Speak with your boss about a raise. 1. Save that • D money in a special box.EVeRYdAY ENGLiSH 3 Module G Student Worksheet Test Name: 8 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer Complete the cloze with the words below. After several months. One idea is not to throw out old clothes. what would you feel? .  MAKiNG MoRe MoNeY  oday. your boss might be able to give you a higher salary. If you worked a few more hours every week. would it help the situation? . There is one more word than you need. money is often a problem. If you bought only the things you really needed. You can use them to sew something new. • Recycle and reuse items. Then answer the questions that follow. people lose. Sewing new clothes using old ones is an example of what? . 4. what would it say about you? Would it say that you and feel uncomfortable when someone gives you a 3 4 ? Or would it say person? Perhaps you would that you can always solve a problem because you are a very learn that you should be funnier and not so 5 . TOTAL: / 100 Página 119 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . If you worked overtime or accepted another project. H Read the article. If you wasted less of your salary. 3. Why do people want to make more money? .

EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 8 • Situation 1 ANSWeR KeY would A FUN QUIZ Are you happy in your job? Would you be better in a different job? What would your employer say about your work? Find out in this fun quiz. ’d like / would like 3.  would … do. Your boss asks you to put in overtime. would. Possible answers: 1. I would give you a raise if I could. 2. iv) I’d be happy to help out. ’d be / would be C Answers with vary. 5. ii)  You deserve a raise but I can’t offer anyone a better salary right now. B 1. You win five million dollars in a lottery. Everyone would do the same. would take / ’d take 4. Would … take. What would you do? i) I would retire. I wouldn’t work overtime. What do you think he would say? i) You’re a great worker. would … work. Would … like. 4. wouldn’t you? iii) I would like to discuss it with my wife first. please. 3. ’d like / would like. 2. would get / ’d get. of course. I’ll get back to you. What would you say? i) I wouldn’t work overtime. Would … work. Página 120 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . wouldn’t. ’d work / would work. Would … like. but my colleague would. 6. Of course you can have a raise. What / Which things would you like to discuss? You would take the promotion. You want to ask your boss for a raise. wouldn’t. iii) I would carry on working and save the money for when I retire. She needs the extra money! ii) You’d offer good overtime pay. would 2. iii) I wouldn’t give you a raise if my life depended on it! 3. would 5. I would like to buy two lottery tickets. 1. wouldn’t you? Would you like a job on the local news desk? I would like a promotion. wouldn’t they? ii) I would go on a trip around the world and then return to work.

who would you choose? Celine:  I’d definitely choose the honest person. I’m not afraid to try new things. could you do it? Celine: No. wouldn’t spend 5. didn’t have. could / would start 7. 8. would blush C 1. what would it be? Celine: I’d choose the word adventurous. needed to solve had. would you prefer Página 121 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . That’s much more important than being smart. bought. 4. I couldn’t perform like that! But I could drive a fast sports car if he asked me to! B 1. I couldn’t. studied 6. wouldn’t take. had 3. celebrated. would give. famous actress Celine Cromwell takes our personality quiz. 9. 10. I’d probably blush! Interviewer: If a friend had a serious problem. 5. would you try asked. gave won. would you try to help her solve it? Celine:  Yes. changed. I would listen carefully and then try to give her practical advice. would you spend would you take. 3. asked 10. would do. Interviewer:  If you had to choose between an honest person and an intelligent person. Interviewer: If you had to describe your personality in one word. I would. won. would come 8.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 8 • Situation 2 ANSWeR KeY Second Conditional A PeRsONaLity QUiZ FOR the StaRs In this week’s interview. couldn’t / wouldn’t accept 4. 7. would date 9. Interviewer: How would you feel if a guy you liked gave you a compliment? Celine: I’d feel a little uncomfortable. Interviewer: If your director asked you to wear only a plastic bag in a movie. found. would he choose would you ask. received. 2. would feel 2. had 6. would you be would you react. would be found. would it be didn’t call. gave. had.

would you be happy? Andy: No. don’t you? What would you do if you were me? B 1. I would hire him to design my new house. wouldn’t be would … be would follow were weren’t C Note: Most sentences could also be written in reverse – starting with the result. the name of the subject should be mentioned in the first part of the sentence. d 1. I would hire you as the assistant manager. they wouldn’t worry about money all the time. 7. 3. If you were a scientist. 8. but I am also an adventurous person. what would you be? Lily:  I’d be a pilot. I wouldn’t work on his movie. I would be so happy! Unfortunately my family isn’t rich. If he weren’t such a famous film director. 5. 2. I love my profession. we wouldn’t be accountants. If I were more creative. He interviews people in the street to see whether they would change their profession. 9. wouldn’t be Would … be would be would hire were 6. 4. you would try to create new medicines for sick animals. a 3. 5. c 6. would they be happier? Journalist Peter Hayes finds out. If I were the store owner. you are the assistant manager of a large store. In this case. e 5. I chose accounting because I’m good with numbers. Peter: If you weren’t a film director. That’s why I’d love to be a pilot. 1. 6. Would you change jobs if you could? John: Oh yes! If I were an architect. I don’t think I would be. The manager of the department store hired me and I’ve been working there for ten years. b 7.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 8 • Situation 3 ANSWeR KeY Second Conditional with were A HOw Happy aRe PeOpLe iN TheiR JObs? If people were in different professions. I’m living my dream and guess what … I’m getting rich at the same time! Peter: John. 2. g 4. Página 122 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . Peter: If you weren’t an accountant. If Bob and Sara were rich. 7. If we weren’t so good with numbers. If Peter were a better architect. 3. I would study to be a fashion designer or architect. so I had to start working when I finished school. I think it’s too late to change my profession. 10. 4. f 2.

iv) If you use disposable cups and plates. 6. If we bring our own cloth shopping bags to the supermarket. you wouldn’t have so many items to throw away! You would save paper. 3. 8. 6. b c a c b c b a were turn off won’t save wouldn’t save would … ask Will … remind uses joined Página 123 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . 3. you create more garbage. 4. C 1. 2. how much unnecessary waste would there be? • If every person did their best to stop pollution. we could save a lot of electricity. 2. 7. 4. 7. 8. Second Conditional A Be “GreeN” • What will happen to the earth if we don’t start saving energy? – There will be an energy crisis in the future! • If we didn’t recycle. B 1. we won’t have to use so many plastic bags. ii) If you don’t want to cause more pollution. drive to work in car pools with other workers.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 8 • Situation 4 ANSWeR KeY Review: First Conditional. If we all did this. don’t use plastic bags. If you used glass cups instead. 5. iii) Turn the lights off when you leave the room. imagine the difference we could make! Here are a few tips from the environmentalists: i) If you want to save gas. 5.

2. 3. we would start a business. a b a b a ANSWeR KeY A 1.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Test 8 • Situation 5 E 1. 2. 9. 2. P  eople want to make more money to live the life they want. 4. 5. Página 124 de 189 Page 1 of 1 . 3. 5. 5. 3. 5. I  f he were a chef. 4. 10. 4. 5. it would. D  1. Would you would would I could would would you a b b a thought would / could make had would / could find out would not / wouldn’t work out would believe didn’t have to be would … open would recycle. 6. I would not / wouldn’t have to work. you would feel that you had more money. 2. it would be more useful.  If it were more practical. Y  our boss could give you a raise if you worked overtime or accepted another project. wanted F A  nswers will vary. 4. 2. 6. C 1. G 1.  If we were good with numbers. 6. correct answers in the student’s own language. Possible answers: 1.  If I were rich. Yes. your money situation probably won’t improve. Accept all grammatically. 6. he would know how to cook. you would not / wouldn’t say that. 5. 8. 2.  If you wasted less of your salary. 3. 3. 4. B 1. 3.  If you play the lottery. 2. were aware would … use. personality blush compliment creative serious H Answers will vary.  If we were adventurous.  Sewing new clothes using old clothes is an example of recycling. we would not / wouldn’t need accountants.  If you were honest. 4. 7. 3. 4.

Página 125 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . Before he knew it. b. we had decided that it was time to buy either a digital camera or a video camera. I bought the electronic equipment. Together. an MP4 player and a flat screen TV. Sara listened to music while she finished making the video clip. But what else had he bought? After he had chosen the camera. I worked out the cost after I bought the electronic equipment. When Sara had finished making the video clip. she listened to music on her MP4 player. he spent three hours at the store! By the time he had finished his shopping. 1. 2. The week before. it was already 7 p. The salesman had taken out his calculator and had worked out how much money Mike was saving. To: Mandy Cranshaw Subject: What is it with men and electronics stores? Cc: Lana Holmes Yesterday. my husband Mike went off to Best Buy Electronics Store. c. In fact. Sara listened to music on her MP4 player after she finished making the video clip. Mike ended up buying three expensive items we don’t need! By the time his shopping trip was over. c. I didn’t work out the cost until after I’d bought the electronic equipment. Had he bought a digital camera? Of course he had.EVeRYDAY ENGLisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 9 • Situation 1 Past Perfect Simple A  Read the text. a. He’d bought a new camera with great new features. Imagine how disappointed we were to discover that we hadn’t put new film in the camera! Mike was happy to go shopping for the electronic equipment we needed. Betty B  Circle the sentence that is nearest in meaning to the original. We had wanted to photograph her during her performance. but I didn’t work out the cost. b. the shop assistant convinced Mike to look at the other items on sale. I worked out the cost before I bought the electronic equipment. Sara finished making the video clip after she listened to music on her MP4 player. we had been to our daughter’s school play.m. he had spent thousands of dollars! I’ll be reminding Mike of this the next time I go shopping for clothes! Love. a. Mike had bought a DVD player.

Pam: Look at all this electronic equipment my husband 1 he (come) home with yesterday! Kate:  Wow! 2 Pam: No. But I 7 Tom to look for a good digital camera on sale. After / By the time / Later they got to the electronics store. Before Tom 4 (speak) about buying an MP4 player for Sara for her birthday. he 10 (buy) all the equipment. Página 126 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . P  eter had been to many electronics stores when / while / after he suddenly found the MP4 player he wanted. I returned the earphones to the store already / the next day / after I had had them for a week. (ask) Kate: I see Tom bought both a digital camera and a video camera. 4. he 3 we 5 (plan) to buy so many items before he went shopping? (go) to the store. After Tom (see) the great price. Had you decided how much to spend before / at the moment / during you went shopping for a DVD player? D Complete the dialogue with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. Pam: The salesman convinced Tom to buy both. 2. Before Tom could say no.EVeRYDAY ENGLisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 9 • Situation 1 Past Perfect Simple C Circle the correct time expression to complete the sentences. Kate: What about this flat screen TV? Pam:  e6 W (not decide) to buy a flat screen TV. Use the Past Perfect Simple and the Past Simple. the salesman  8 9  (work out) how much it would all cost on his calculator. all the shop assistants had gone home. 1. 3. (not).

b. h. 2.. 4. i f you had needed a new mouse for your computer? . f. I asked a young computer student to install a DVD burner and set up the Internet connection for me.. their computer wouldn’t have crashed. try Eric’s Electronics or Crown Computer Stores or surf the Net for special offers. 3.EveRYdAY EnGLisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 9 • Situation 2 Third Conditional A  Read the text... would you have studied word processing? . I f I had known about this special offer on computers. . If you hadn’t bought the first scanner you saw. A little while later. it wouldn’t have crashed. A 1. e... If Sally had had more time to shop around. my computer crashed. If you had signed up for a computer course. you would have found a good deal. Now I see that scanners cost only $300 in most stores... If they had used an anti-virus program.. New games take up a lot of memory on your computer... .. g. Would you have bought a cordless mouse B . What went wrong? A:  If your children hadn’t uploaded those new games onto your computer. If we had had Internet connection. I  wouldn’t have spent so much money on a new computer.... B  Match the two parts of these Third Conditional sentences. 6. my children uploaded a few new games onto my very old home computer. c. Q:  I recently bought a new scanner. Where did he go wrong? A: The young student clearly didn’t know what he was doing! He would have known what to do if he had taken a technical computer course. d. you might have found a special offer... What did I do wrong? A:  If you had shopped around more. she might have found a good deal...... The next time you want to buy electronic or computer equipment. your computer wouldn’t have crashed.. get technical advice from someone with experience.. It cost me $500. 7. Q:  Last week. If you had checked how much memory the games needed. Q: W  hen I got my new computer.. . while I was working on an important spreadsheet for work. if his parents hadn’t given him the money.... Página 127 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . . .. Now neither the burner nor the Internet is working.. we could have surfed the Net. Maybe he is taking a computer course in word processing! Next time. WHAT WENT WRONG? UNHAPPY COMPuTER OwNERS This week computer expert Paul Grey answers your questions about computers. 8.. I f my parents hadn’t added memory to their hard drive. P  eter wouldn’t have been able to buy a new DVD burner 5.. t  hey couldn’t have used all these new computer programs and games. a.

T  hey (buy) a cordless mouse if they (not spend) all their money on a DVD burner. Larry and Michael (sign up) on time. 1. we (not find) this (speak) 6. 2. I f we (surf) the Net for special offers. Use the Third Conditional. (not crash). I (give) you good technical advice if you (not be) so unhappy with my new computer (take) your advice. K  en to him. 7. I f I special offer. I f their computer (not have) to buy a new hard drive. 5. 3. they (take) this word processing course if they Página 128 de 189 Page 2 of 2 .  Moira (not shop) around. I  if I 4.EveRYdAY EnGLisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 9 • Situation 2 Third Conditional C Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs. (have) Internet connection. 8. (prepare) a spreadsheet for you if you (ask) her for help.

wouldn’t complain c. study 4. invested c. I know I’m complaining again. doesn’t work b. I just wish I weren’t so nervous about change! B  Circle the correct form of the verbs to complete the sentences. Second. could work c. It’s causing a lot of stress. a. Kate and Peter both wish they … at college when they were younger. have b. He wishes he … in publishing instead. would study c. Dear Diary. He wishes he didn’t have to work such long hours. find 2. had studied 5. work 8. don’t complain b. I also wish I had more business experience because I’d like to open my own store. a. a. 1.  Tom is tired of working for this advertising agency. I wish I … on the East Coast right now. had invested b. wasn’t c. can find c. She wishes she … so nervous. weren’t 3. I hoped I would be manager by now. I hope it works out for him. Jim wants out of the advertising agency. complained b. I wish I … an investor. could find b. invest 6. He wants to try working in publishing instead. I wish I’d studied at college. We both want out of the city and our jobs! First. hadn’t been b.  Sara doesn’t want to make a fool of herself on her date. Jim has been surfing the Net for cheap apartments to rent back home. I’ve started looking for an investor. a. am b.EVeRYdAY ENGLish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 9 • Situation 3 Wish and Hope A  Read the text. I hope to find someone to invest in my idea soon. have been c. I am tired of my job as assistant manager in a clothing store. had c. would have 7. a. We really hope to make the move at the end of the year. I want to start my own business. I wish you … so much! a. Don’t you wish you … more business experience? a. We wish we … in your company when we had the chance. were Página 129 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . but things are pretty bad for both Jim and me at the moment. a. we both wish we had different jobs. we are sick of living on the West Coast and both wish we could move back to the East Coast. I hope he finds something.

I really don’t want my boss to complain about my work. .EVeRYdAY ENGLish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 9 • Situation 3 Wish and Hope C  Complete the sentences with hope. . Peter is sick of his job at the advertising agency. . Peter hopes 7. I want you to succeed in your new publishing job. I hope 8. Sara wants to move to the West Coast next summer. He wants to quit in the future. Página 130 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . My parents hoped 6. 1.  I didn’t want to make a fool of myself. . but I decided to move. Keep the original meaning. I hope 2. I  have a job interview with a publishing company tomorrow. . . Good luck! We hope 5. I don’t want to be too nervous during the interview. but I did. I hope . Sara hopes 3. . My parents wanted me to stay on the East Coast. I hoped 4. We know you are trying to find an investor.

get a Gambit cell phone. If you buy this cell phone model. you them.  If you want to know who is calling you on your cell phone. I f I while driving. We it (not regret) it! (not go) dead. Here is what some of our happy customers have to say:  If a friend hadn’t told me about the latest Gambit model. I would talk too much on the cell phone (use) (not buy) your cell phone from 7. Página 131 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . maybe it’s time to upgrade your cell phone.Sara Gillis “I love the large touch screen on my new Gambit cell phone.Maria Paulo If your cell phone battery goes dead every few hours.” . (buy) a hands-free car kit. How much will it cost if you upgrade your Gambit cell phone? When you check out our price list. I f you saw their expensive price list. you may be surprised at our great deals! Contact your nearest Gambit store now. GET A GAMBIT! If you want good quality and an excellent deal.Peter Blake  If a cell phone company offered you free accessories with your new cell phone. How much 4. wouldn’t you “ buy one? Of course you would! Gambit gave me a hands-free car kit. Second. B  Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs. caller ID. 5. Sean would have called his wife if his phone 3. If I receive text messages on it. Penny’s cell phone won’t go dead if she 6. 8.” . 1. “ Now I have a wonderful cell phone with a touch screen and excellent reception!” . (recharge) it now. I wouldn’t have known about it. you 2.  I can read them better than on any other phone. (cost) if we upgraded our cell phone? (not know) about this cell phone model if you hadn’t told us.EVeRYdAY ENGLish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 9 • Situation 4 Review: First. Now I can receive calls while I’m driving. Third Conditionals A  Read the ad.

We dream of getting the latest cell phone model in order to have multimedia features. We didn’t check the price list. 6. 5. Second. Use the First. 2.EVeRYdAY ENGLish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 9 • Situation 4 Review: First. Your cell phone went dead because you forgot to recharge it. T  he reception on Sean’s cell phone is weak and soon his phone will go dead. They wish they could buy the latest cell phone model. Susan won’t know about the party unless I send her a text message. Third Conditionals C Write sentences based on the information given. Página 132 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . or Third Conditionals. He needs to recharge his cell phone battery soon. so we didn’t receive a good deal. 3. 1. but they don’t have enough money. 4. Second.

recently 9. They hadn’t visited us … last July. b. After b. B Circle the correct answers to complete the sentences.  1. 3. we … . Had you seen him before? Yes. a. a. … we had eaten. a. 4.  When I called / had called him. at the moment 5.EveRyday EnGlish 3 Module A Student Worksheet Test Name: 9 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer Circle the Past Simple or Past Perfect Simple form of the verbs to complete the sentences.  If I had more money. a.  John paid a lot for his computer because he didn’t check prices. since b. during 2. did 6. a.  By the time they left / had left the store. a. he wrote / had written the article. b. a. S  andra completed / had completed the spreadsheets by the time her boss arrived / had arrived. Página 133 de 189 Page 1 of 3 .  He might have found a better price if he had shopped around. 5. He had worked out the cost … we asked. L  ucy looked / had looked for an advanced computer course after she finished / had finished the beginner course. a.  1. 2.  My computer crashed / had crashed before I had / had had time to install the anti-virus program. Yesterday 8. a.  We hadn’t wanted one but … we saw it. while b. She hadn’t been to New York … three years.  After he surfed / had surfed the Net for information.000. hadn’t b. after b. he didn’t leave yet / hadn’t left yet for his meeting with the investors. for C Circle the sentence that continues each conversation. 2. had b. a. I would have bought a new printer. W  e worked / had worked out how much we could spend on a DVD player before we started / had started shopping around. I would have bought a new printer. by the time 7. didn’t 4. 7. I had seen her … she was shopping. before 3. while b. 6.  1. they spent / had spent over $2. when b. we felt very tired. we had to have it.  If I had had more money. he … . a.  He wouldn’t have found a better price if he had shopped around. You had already left … we called. Had he come with you the last time? No. before b.  I didn’t buy a new printer because I didn’t have enough money.

6. 3. b. Página 134 de 189 Page 2 of 3 . 7. I wish I could work / had worked / work for an advertising agency.  I can’t believe you’re still here. and C Third Conditionals. If they did. Why didn’t you tell us you had so much work? a. 4.  I wish I afforded / could afford / had afforded this flat screen TV. If we had known. 5. I think you knew I was coming. 7. P  eter and John wish they had / had had / have more business experience. We could make a copy of the DVD if we 2.  1. 5.  Something is wrong with the hard drive on this new computer. It’s just what I need. my computer (might not crash).  If I had upgraded my computer. Don’t you wish you was / had been / were on the West Coast instead? 2. I f Susan (not spend) so much on a flat screen TV. He wishes he spoke / had spoken to his friend before he bought a new one. E  omplete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs in brackets. I f there had been enough memory on my hard drive.  She would buy the shoes if they ordered the color she wanted. D Circle the correct form of the verbs to complete the sentences. I wish I bought / had bought / would buy a better hard disk when I had the chance.  Your cell phone (get) the job there. 5. Lately. She wishes her husband is helping / would help / will help her more.  You’re right. our manager has been really nice.  You’re right. we wouldn’t have waited. b.  It’s so cold here in New York. 1. b.  Steven will move to the West Coast if he 4. Derek’s computer died.  We wouldn’t have helped if we had known. a. b. 6. we would have waited.  She didn’t buy the shoes because they didn’t have the color she wanted. I ’m unhappy with my job in publishing. she would have had enough money to buy a DVD player also. Use the First.  She wouldn’t buy the shoes if they ordered the color she wanted. If we hadn’t known. S  ara is tired of doing all the work at home.  If I hadn’t upgraded my computer.  You probably wouldn’t have gotten a raise if you had asked. a. (go dead) unless you recharge it soon. I wouldn’t have had this problem. a. b.  We could have helped if we had known. I wouldn’t have had this problem. they would open their own restaurant. M  y computer crashed yesterday.EveRyday EnGlish 3 Module Student Worksheet Test Name: 9 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer 3. (have) a DVD burner.  You probably would have gotten a raise if you had asked. a. 4. Second. 3.

. please? . 5. he’d have upgraded his cell phone already. . 4. 3. .. 4. Every day. Then mark the sentences below T (True) or F (False). . 1... He doesn’t like salespeople. 6. . If Bob had known there were great new features. She hadn’t planned on visiting until we sent her a ticket.. If you don’t stop fighting. she (buy) a new laptop.. 8. If Bob has the money. I will send both of you to your rooms. .. We would have given them some good advice if they had asked. If she gets a raise. G Read the text.. . Bob walks past an electronics store on his way home from work.. I hope I never make a fool of myself. . If he hadn’t needed technical advice. Yesterday... 2... Bob looks for a salesperson.EveRyday EnGlish 3 Module Student Worksheet Test Name: 9 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer 6. Today. Bob hopes he has the money to buy a touch screen cell phone. Bob was amazed at the new cell phones.. I have to recharge my cell phone every hour or it goes dead.  Every day.. he will buy a cell phone with a touch screen. but he needs some technical advice. 7.  If you had enough money to buy a video camera. Bob wouldn’t have looked for a salesperson. you F Translate the following sentences. Bob passes a store that sells cell phones. 3. which camera (buy)? 7. We bought a new house after I had received a raise. Bob decided to walk into the store.. 2. He wishes he could move to the West Coast. . Página 135 de 189 Page 3 of 3 .. If I had known. . Can I see a price list of the new models. he didn’t know about the new cell phone features. . 9. but first the cell phone must be hands-free in the car. I wouldn’t have wasted my time. . 1.

9. 6. he had spent thousands of dollars! I’ll remind Mark of this the next time I go shopping for clothes! Love. By the time 2. He’d bought a new camera with great new features.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 9 • Situation 1 ANSWeR KeY Past Perfect Simple A T  o: Mandy Cranshaw Subject: What is it with men and electronics stores? Cc: Lana Holmes Yesterday. Had he bought a digital camera? Of course he had. Had … planned hadn’t went had spoken hadn’t decided had asked had worked out had seen bought Página 136 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . the shop assistant convinced Mark to look at the other items on sale. b 3. We had wanted to photograph her during her performance. The salesman had taken out his calculator and had worked out how much money Mark was saving. he spent three hours at the store! By the time he had finished his shopping. Mark ended up buying three expensive items we don’t need! By the time his shopping trip was over. 3. we had been to our daughter’s school play. Imagine how disappointed we were to discover that we hadn’t put new film in the camera! Mark was happy to go shopping for the electronic equipment we needed. 8. 7. it was already 7 p. The week before. came 2. 5. Together. Betty B 1. my husband Mark went off to Best Buy Electronics Store. In fact. we had decided that it was time to buy either a digital camera or a video camera. c 2. Mark had bought a DVD player. before C 1. when 4.m. 10. after D 1. But what else had he bought? After he had chosen the camera. 4. an MP4 player and a flat screen TV. Before he knew it.

 hadn’t shopped. had taken 4. A little while later. f 7. had had. get technical advice from someone with experience. could have surfed 6. d C 2. It cost me $500. If you had checked how much memory the games needed. had spoken 3. h 3. had signed up Página 137 de 189 Page 3 of 3 .  would have prepared. while I was working on an important spreadsheet for work. Q:  I recently bought a new scanner. had asked 5. you would have found a good deal. g 1. e 5. would have given. Now I see that scanners cost only $300 in most stores. What did I do wrong? A:  If you had shopped around more. try Eric’s Electronics or Crown Computer Stores or surf the Net for special offers. hadn’t spent 7. Maybe he is taking a computer course in word processing! Next time. my children uploaded a few new games onto my very old home computer. New games take up a lot of memory on your computer.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 9 • Situation 2 ANSWeR KeY Third Conditional A What Went WronG? Unhappy CoMputer Owners This week computer expert Paul Grey answers your questions about computers. it wouldn’t have crashed. b 4. B 1. your computer wouldn’t have crashed. What went wrong? A:  If your children hadn’t uploaded those new games onto your computer. could have taken. Where did he go wrong? A: T  he young student clearly didn’t know what he was doing! He would have known what to do if he had taken a technical computer course. wouldn’t have had 8. Q:  Last week. my computer crashed. I asked a young computer student to install a DVD burner and set up the Internet connection for me. The next time you want to buy electronic or computer equipment. a 8. wouldn’t have found 2. Now neither the burner nor the Internet is working.  might not / wouldn’t have been. If you hadn’t bought the first scanner you saw.  hadn’t crashed. Q: W  hen I got my new computer.  might have / could have bought. c 6. you might have found a special offer.

I also wish I had more business experience because I’d like to open my own store. We both want out of the city and our jobs! First. I hope to find someone to invest in my idea soon. My parents hoped I would stay on the East Coast. I hoped I wouldn’t make a fool of myself. but things are pretty bad for both Jim and me at the moment. I wish I’d studied at college. 8. I hope it works out for him. We really hope to make the move at the end of the year. I hope you succeed in your new publishing job. We hope you find an investor. 3. I hope he finds something. 4. It’s causing a lot of stress. Jim wants out of the advertising agency. 5. 4. 6. Second. I hoped I would be manager by now. 8. Página 138 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . we are sick of living on the West Coast and both wish we could move back to the East Coast.  Peter hopes to quit his job at the advertising agency in the future. He wants to try working in publishing instead. I hope my boss doesn’t complain about my work. I just wish I weren’t so nervous about change! B 1. I know I’m complaining again. 7. 2.  I hope I am not too nervous during the interview with the publishing company tomorrow. we both wish we had different jobs.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 9 • Situation 3 ANSWeR KeY Wish and Hope A Dear Diary. 3. c c b a b b c C 1. I am tired of my job as assistant manager in a clothing store. He wishes he didn’t have to work such long hours. a 2. I’ve started looking for an investor. 6. 5. Sara hopes to move to the West Coast next summer. Jim has been surfing the Net for cheap apartments to rent back home. 7.

 If we got the latest cell phone model. you may be surprised at our great deals! Contact your nearest Gambit store now.  If we had checked the price list.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 9 • Situation 4 ANSWeR KeY Review: First. Página 139 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . maybe it’s time to upgrade your cell phone. I wouldn’t have known about it. Here is what some of our happy customers have to say: “If a friend hadn’t told me about the latest Gambit model. hadn’t gone would … cost wouldn’t have known recharges bought use wouldn’t buy C Answers may vary. 3. How much will it cost if you upgrade your Gambit cell phone? When you check out our price list. 7. 4. 3. 5. 8. they would buy the latest cell phone model. 5.  If you hadn’t forgotten to recharge your cell phone. we would / could have received a good deal. If I receive text messages on it. it wouldn’t have gone dead. get a Gambit cell phone. Second. If I don’t send Susan a text message. I can read them better than on any other phone. Now I can receive calls while I’m driving. Possible answers: 1. 4.” Sara Gillis “I love the large touch screen on my new Gambit cell phone. wouldn’t you buy one? Of course you would! Gambit gave me a hands-free car kit.” Maria Paulo If your cell phone battery goes dead every few hours. won’t regret 2. we would / could have multimedia features. If Sean doesn’t recharge his cell phone battery soon. Third Conditionals A GET A GAMBIT! If you want good quality and an excellent deal. his phone will go dead. B 1. 6. she won’t know about the party. Now I have a wonderful cell phone with a touch screen and excellent reception!” Peter Blake “If a cell phone company offered you free accessories with your new cell phone. 2. 6.  If they had enough money.

6. 6. 2. 6. started called. 5. ANSWeR KeY A 1. 4. had had completed. 7. 2. 6. T T T T Página 140 de 189 Page 1 of 1 . hadn’t left yet had crashed. 7. 8. wrote left. Accept all correct answers in the student’s own language. 7. 2. 4. 6. had finished a b a a a b a a b b a a a a b a were could afford could work would help had had bought had spoken had might not have crashed gets will go dead hadn’t spent would … buy will buy F A  nswers will vary. 5. 3. 2. 5. 3. G 1. 4. 7. arrived looked. D 1. 3. 5. 9. 5. B 1. had surfed. 3. 4. 3. 2. 3. 4. 7. had spent had worked out. 4. 2.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Test 9 • Situation 5 E 1. C 1.

He said he was calling to apologize. he said that he only went to the bank to cash checks or to see the manager face-to-face. so they have been leaving notes like these: Tim. Larry said “I am going to cash these checks at the bank today. Are you free tomorrow evening? I miss you! Tim B Change the sentences from direct speech to reported speech. In fact. 3. He told me that he checked his balance online every day. “We are meeting the bank manager now.” 2. He said he was going to come over and explain online banking to us. Would you like me to go? Love you! Anne Anne.” 4. “You have made a mistake with my check. 1. We need to cash our salary checks. “David withdrew $500 from our account yesterday. He said it was so much easier. Página 141 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . too. You told me you were too busy to go to the bank today.” the woman complained to Fred. The bank manager called yesterday. He saw all his deposits and withdrawals on his online bank statement. My brother advised me to start doing our banking online. Moira explained. Reporting Verbs A  Read the text. TOO BUSY tO BANK? Tim and Anne are both very busy at work.” Susan told Pam. He explained that another customer had used our bank account number by mistake. Tim has been working nights lately and Anne works during the day. He told me that someone had deposited a check into our account on August 5th. They hardly see each other.EVeRydAy ENGlisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 10 • Situation 1 Direct Speech / Reported Speech.

Try to use each verb at least once. Use Reported Speech. Kelly to meet the bank manager face-to-face. My friend Pete The bank manager The customer Lana Ben’s wife Maria me that online banking was easy. 2. Reporting Verbs B continued 5.  “I am depositing all these checks tomorrow. that my account number  he bank manager told me to open an online account. 8. 6.” the man told his wife. 5. 6.EVeRydAy ENGlisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 10 • Situation 1 Direct Speech / Reported Speech. that she had already deposited a check into her account.” the bank manager promised us. promised explained told added complained advised said 1. that a banking assistant had made a mistake with his withdrawals. to cash the checks for Ben because he was too busy to do it. I checked our balance by clicking on his button here. that he was going to check the balance on his bank statement.” he explained. He T was the same as my regular account number. 7. Frank told me. 7. “Online banking is very easy. “Sara and I check our bank statement online every day. how to open a new account. 3. 4. C  Complete each sentence with a suitable verb below.” 8. “  After I had entered my account number. Página 142 de 189 Page 2 of 2 .

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Reported Speech: Yes / No Questions A  Read the text.

Paulo is from Spain. He is planning to visit his friend Dave in the U.S. He writes an e-mail to Dave with some questions about banking and foreign money exhange. Dave doesn’t have all the answers so he e-mails his girlfriend, Sally, who is a bank teller. To: Dave Moss Subject: Foreign Money Exchange I can’t wait to see you in July and to meet your girlfriend, Sally. I wonder if you could answer some questions I have about changing money in the U.S.: Is there a foreign money exchange near your house? Are the exchange rates the same in the U.S. as in Spain? Have they gone up recently? Do you know how much the euro is worth? Does the bank charge a commission for each transaction? Is it better to travel with traveler’s checks or cash? Do I have to show any documents when I change money? Paulo To: Sally Jennings Subject: Questions about Changing Money My Spanish friend, Paulo, is coming to the U.S. in July and he asked me some questions about foreign money exchange. I told him I didn’t know the answers but that I would ask you. He asked me if there was a foreign money exchange nearby. Do you know of one? He wanted to know whether the exchange rates were the same in the U.S. as in Spain, or whether they had gone up recently. Paulo also asked me if I knew how much the euro was worth. Is it $5 to the euro or less? He wanted to know if the bank charged a commission for each transaction. If so, how much is the commission? Paulo asked me whether it was better to travel with traveler’s checks or cash. What do you think? He also needed to know if he had to show any documents when he changed money. Thanks for the help, Dave

B  Which sentence reports the Direct Speech most accurately? Tick (✓) the correct answer.
1. “Was the exchange rate lower yesterday?” the tourist asked. a. The tourist asked if the exchange rate was lower yesterday. b. The tourist asked if the exchange rate had been lower the day before. c. The tourist asked was the exchange rate lower the day before. 2. Bill wondered, “Is the commission more than half a percent?” a. Bill wondered if the commission was more than half a percent. b. Bill wondered if the commission is more than half a percent. c. Bill wondered if is the commission more than half a percent.

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10 • Situation 2

Reported Speech: Yes / No Questions B  Continued
3. “Do the banks here change traveler’s checks?” Sam wanted to know. a. Sam wanted to know did the banks there change traveler’s checks. b. Sam wanted to know if the banks here do change traveler’s checks. c. Sam wanted to know if the banks there changed traveler’s checks. 4. “Are you going to the foreign money exchange?” Hilda asked Joe. a. Hilda asked Joe if you were going to the foreign money exchange. b. Hilda asked Joe if he was going to the foreign money exchange. c. Hilda asked Joe if he is going to the foreign money exchange. 5. Celia wondered, “Has the bank teller given me the right change or not?” a. Celia wondered whether had the bank teller given her the right change or not. b. Celia wondered whether the bank teller has given her the right change or not. c. Celia wondered whether the bank teller had given her the right change or not.

C  Write the Yes / No questions in Reported Speech.

1. “Did the bank teller give you these documents?” Sara asked Joe. Sara asked Joe if 2. The tourist wanted to know, “Is this the current exchange rate?” The tourist asked if 3. “Do I have the right documents with me or not?” Peter wondered. Peter wondered whether 4. “Is a euro worth five dollars?” the tourist asked. The tourist asked if 5. “Are Sally and Kate getting some more change?” Reese wanted to know. Reese wanted to know if 6. “Has your mother changed money at the bank yet?” Zack asked his girlfriend. Zack asked his girlfriend whether 7. Ben asked Penny, “Are you aware of the bank’s commission?” Ben asked Penny if 8. “Were they buying traveler’s checks or not?” I wondered. I wondered whether . . . . . . . .

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10 • Situation 3

Reported Speech – Wh- Questions A  Read the text.
Dear Mom and Dad, Living in the city is so expensive. I asked Tim how we were going to pay all the bills every month now that I am studying and only he is earning a salary. Tim suggested that we talk to a financial advisor. We wanted to know how to budget our money better. Sara, the financial advisor, asked us lots of questions. First, she inquired how much our monthly expenses were. We had to give her specific information. She wanted to know how much we spent every month on entertainment, rent, food, and clothing. She wondered why I spent so much on clothing. I had no idea! Then she asked us who did the weekly and monthly budgets. Neither of us wrote down our expenses! Sara said that it was important to figure out exactly how much we were spending every month. This way, we would see where we could lower our expenses. Sara also helped us with our banking. She wanted to know where we did our banking. She also asked us who paid the bills and how we paid them. I told her I paid some bills by mail and others online. She asked how much commission the credit card company took for each credit card transaction. I didn’t know! We are learning so much about budgeting! Maybe next month we’ll even be able to set some money aside for a trip home to see you. Lots of love, Linda

B  Circle the correct reporting words or question words to complete the sentences.
1. The financial advisor asked / wondered me how much money I put aside monthly. 2. He wanted to know where / who paid the bills. 3. I would like to know / said what my expenses were last month. 4. The woman asked him how many / where he did his banking. 5. Tim wanted to know when / which you were available for a meeting with the financial advisor. 6. She told / wondered how much she had spent that month on entertainment. 7. Jim asked his wife how much / how many bills she had already paid that month. 8. They wanted to know / complained who paid their bills by mail.

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EVeRYDAY ENGLish 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 10 • Situation 3 Reported Speech – Wh. T  he man inquired.questions in reported speech. 6. “Where is the financial advisor?” we inquired. 4. 8. 2. 3. “How do we work out our weekly budget?” they wanted to know. “Who paid the telephone bill last month?” he asked. “Which expenses did you manage to lower?” the financial advisor asked the couple. “Why don’t you have a monthly budget?” Kate asked her brother. “How much have you and your husband spent on entertainment so far this month?” 5. 7. Jenny wondered. “When does Claire meet her financial advisor?” Sue wanted to know.Questions C  Write the direct Wh. “What information do I need to write down?” Página 146 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . 1.

1.” Mark’s wife complained.” Jerry explained. 7. Mary suggested to Mike. First. “I have to lend Tom the hammer. Dear Mike. I also asked Fred to help Dave find a steady job. 3. He told me that he had to take a loan from the bank to pay for his studies last year. She asked me to lend her a hammer and an electric screwdriver. Página 147 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . “I can’t get out of debt.” the fireman told the teachers. Now he owes the bank $25. “The children could help us with the small repairs. “You can start the fire drill now. I said that they would all come in handy! I also invited her to stay with me until she had fixed up everything in her house. but that it wasn’t enough to pay back the loan. Pay attention to the modals. “You will get a steady job soon. my good friend Dave is in debt and is trying very hard to make ends meet. I told her that she should borrow all my tools. “Mark should try harder to make ends meet. Awful things have been happening to my friends lately.” Kate’s mother told her. “This electric screwdriver might come in handy. I received a call from Susan the other day. 8.” Lana complained. There was a fire in her house and it did a lot of damage.” Pete said. I told him that I would lend him what I had. 6.” the woman told her husband.EVeRyDAy ENGliSH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 10 • Situation 4 Reported Speech with Modals. Reported Commands and Requests A  Read the text. Poor thing! She told me that she couldn’t pay anyone to fix up the house and that she had to repair everything herself. Please write soon and send me some good news! Love.” 5. Linda B  Write the sentences in Reported Speech. 2.000! He asked me to lend him some money to help him get out of debt. Second. 4. “We must ask the bank for a loan.

c. a. Tom told Harry not to bring me the electric screwdriver.” a. a. He asked his parents to help him pay back the loan. b. 2. Tom told Harry not to bring him the electric screwdriver. “Please help me get out of debt.” he asked his parents. The boss ordered his workers not to repair this table and these chairs. please. Penny asked us to give me back my tools. b. a. The teacher ordered the children stayed there until the fire drill is over. “Lend me your hammer. The boss ordered his workers repaired that table and those chairs. “Help me pay back the loan. Penny asked us please to give her back my tools.” he begged us. Página 148 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . Reported Commands and Requests C  Tick (✓) the sentence that reports the command or request most accurately. please. The teacher ordered the children stay here until the fire drill was over. “Please give me back my tools. Grant asked Joe. c. He begged us helped him get out of debt. 3. He asked his parents to help me pay back the loan. 1. a. Penny asked us to give her back her tools. a.” the boss ordered his workers. b. The boss ordered his workers to repair that table and those chairs. b. b. “Repair this table and these chairs. c. He begged us to help him get out of debt. Grant asked Joe to lend him his hammer. 4. “Stay here until the fire drill is over. He asked his parents help to pay back the loan. The teacher ordered the children to stay there until the fire drill was over. 7. b. c. Tom told Harry don’t bring him the electric screwdriver. a. 5.” Penny asked us. c. b. Grant asked Joe to please lend me his hammer. c. 6. “Don’t bring me the electric screwdriver!” Tom told Harry.” the teacher ordered the children. Grant asked Joe to lent him your hammer.EVeRyDAy ENGliSH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 10 • Situation 4 Reported Speech with Modals. c. He begged us help him got out of debt.

” Mindy explained that 2.” The bank manager said that 3. . . . Página 149 de 189 Page 1 of 4 . Tim: “Is there a commission?” Tim wanted to know 3.” Keith said 4. The bank manager: “Do you want large or small bills?” The bank manager asked 4. .  1.” Adam said 7.” My parents mentioned that 5. . Jane: “Does this transaction take a long time?” Jane wanted to know 7. . Bank teller: “Your bank balance is $564. Bank customer: “You have explained it very well. Keith: “I want to withdraw $100 from my account. Her friend: “Are these documents ready?” Her friend wanted to know 5. Adam: “They are depositing $1.10. Debra: “I have stopped using checks. It was our mistake. Pete: “Did they change the tire recently?” Pete asked 8.” The bank customer said that 6.” Debra said . . Kelly: “Are dollars worth more than euros?” Kelly asked 6. . .  1.” The bank teller told me that 8. . .EVeryday ENGLiSh 3 Module A Student Worksheet Test Name: 10 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer Complete the sentences using Reported Speech. B Complete the questions using Reported Speech. Bank manager: “I’m sorry. Mindy: “I do all my banking online. Fred: “Is she buying traveler’s checks?” Fred wanted to know . . My parents: “We need to cash a check. Rob: “Do you know the exchange rate?” Rob asked 2.000 to account number 33-0904-27. . .

..  1... had they to pay 2. were we going to 4.. I wanted to know who . Oscar wondered which bills ..  The financial advisor asked what / why was my biggest expense. the deposit. Linda said she had no idea who / why her bills were so high. help. he had received b. cashed Página 150 de 189 Page 2 of 4 . so big.. 5. the check. You asked why . she was sending 6. had he received 3.. they had to pay b. our budget had gotten 5. a. 6.. . Her sister wondered how . we were going to b. Charles asked where .. a. had our budget gotten b. a. were writing b. .  I wondered when / what my monthly budget would be lower. 2  My mom wanted to know when / how much I had been setting aside..  1. a. She wanted to know where / which items we can pay by mail.. 4. a. 3. a. They wanted to know when .  He told me they figured out who / how was the biggest waster. was she sending b. D Circle the correct answer to complete the sentences.EVeryday ENGLiSh 3 Module C Student Worksheet Test Name: 10 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer Circle the correct answers to complete these sentences in Reported Speech.

............. .......” Jim asked me 5............................................................... please.......” He told me 2.” She asked me 4.. “Can I borrow your hammer?” He asked whether he ... ..... “I would just ask them to return it............. “We won’t be able to come........................... “They must be on time.......... “She doesn’t have to lend it if she doesn’t want to.................... 5...........?” We asked if we ................................” They told me they ....... 7........... the check............ . F Complete the sentences using Reported Speech........................... ..................... “You might want to check online........” He told me he ....” We told them 8............................................................ 8.......... Página 151 de 189 Page 3 of 4 the table today. him my tape measure................................ ................................................................................ “Don’t get into debt............... “Is this what we should be doing?” They wanted to know if .............m............................................................. ...” She said I . ...  1................. please....... “Don’t lose this hammer............................................EVeryday ENGLiSh 3 Module E Student Worksheet Test Name: 10 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer Complete the sentences using Reported Speech................ “Deposit this check................. 3.............................................. “Lend me your tape measure......................... that hammer...... ............................... 2.................... any money.............” I told my wife 7...................” I told them they ............” He ordered me my expenses immediately.......................... my bill soon.. .. 4...................... ... “Repair the table today...” I said she .... “Don’t withdraw any money.....” My mom told me 6............ ..........................  1....... “Please pay your bill soon...........” I told him 3...................... “Lower your expenses immediately............................ debt... “Must we arrive by 9 a.................. 6.......

They said if I continue as I am. I met with a financial advisor. 1. Is my entertainment budget too high? 3. They said my utility bills were too high. use less electricity. They also mentioned that I lost things I borrowed and had to buy new ones to return. What did my parents tell me about my habits? 2. and talk less on my cell phone. She told me if I can’t stop losing things I borrow. I shouldn’t borrow anything. What if I can’t stop losing things I borrow? TOTAL: / 100 Página 152 de 189 Page 4 of 4 . Which things do I lose? 4.EVeryday ENGLiSh 3 Module G 1 Student Worksheet Test Name: 10 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer Read the text. Does the financial advisor agree with my parents? 6. That was hard! The advisor told me I had to lower my entertainment budget. 2 Use the information in the text above to answer the questions. What will happen if I don’t change? 5. They said I spent too much money on  entertainment. So. I would get into debt quickly. My parents told me that I had a lot of bad habits.

3. The bank manager called yesterday. He explained that another customer had used our bank account number by mistake. Susan told Pam that David had withdrawn $500 from their account the day before. Would you like me to go? Love you! Anne Anne. Larry said that he was going to cash those checks at the bank that day. 4. He explained that after he had entered his account number. They hardly see each other. 8. 2. Accept other possibilities. 7. so they have been leaving notes like these: Tim. 5. In fact. 3. Reporting Verbs A TOO Busy tO BanK? Tim and Anne are both very busy at work. He said he was going to come over and explain online banking to us. too. he had checked their balance by  clicking on that button there. told / advised promised said / explained / promised added / said Página 153 de 189 Page 4 of 4 . Frank told me that he and Sara / they checked their bank statement online every day. My brother advised me to start doing our banking online. He told me that someone had deposited a check into our account on August 5th. he said that he only went to the bank to cash checks or to see the manager face-to-face. Moira explained that they were meeting the bank manager then. We need to cash our salary checks. 8. You told me you were too busy to go to the bank today. He said it was so much easier.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 10 • Situation 1 ANSWeR KeY Direct Speech / Reported Speech. The bank manager promised us that online banking was very easy. Are you free tomorrow evening? I miss you! Tim B 1. 4. He saw all his deposits and withdrawals on his online bank statement. He told me that he checked his balance online every day. He said he was calling to apologize. 6. T  he man told his wife that he was depositing all those checks the following day. 7. 1. 2. Tim has been working nights lately and Anne works during the day. told / promised said / explained explained complained / said 5. 6. The woman complained to Fred that he had made a mistake with her check. there may be more than one suitable answer. C In some cases.

Paulo. is coming to the U. b 2. He asked me if there was a foreign money exchange nearby. If so. Reese wanted to know if Sally and Kate were getting some more change. 7.S. Sara asked Joe if the bank teller had given him those documents. What do you think? He also needed to know if he had to show any documents when he changed money. c C 1. how much is the commission? Paulo asked me whether it was better to travel with traveler’s checks or cash. Do you know of one? He wanted to know whether the exchange rates were the same in the U. 4.S. The tourist asked if a euro was worth five dollars. Ben asked Penny if she was aware of the bank’s commission.: Is there a foreign money exchange near your house? Are the exchange rates the same in the U. or whether they had gone up.S. Thanks for the help. a 3. Paulo also asked me if I knew how much the euro was worth. 3.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 10 • Situation 2 ANSWeR KeY Reported Speech: Yes / No Questions A To: Dave Moss Subject: Foreign Money Exchange I can’t wait to see you in July and to meet your girlfriend. as in Spain. b 5.S. as in Spain? Have they gone up recently? Do you know how much the euro is worth? Does the bank charge a commission for each transaction? Is it better to travel with traveler’s checks or cash? Do I have to show any documents when I change money? Paulo To: Sally Jennings Subject: Questions about Changing Money My Spanish friend. 2. Sally. Página 154 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . Zack asked his girlfriend whether her mother had changed money at the bank yet. Peter wondered whether he had the right documents with him or not. I wonder if you could answer some questions I have about changing money in the U. 5. 6. Is it $5 to the euro or less? He wanted to know if the bank charged a commission for each transaction. I told him I didn’t know the answers but that I would ask you. The tourist asked if that was the current exchange rate. in July and he asked me some questions about foreign money exchange. 8. c 4. Dave B 1. I wondered whether they had been buying traveler’s checks or not.

Jenny wondered what information she needed to write down. 6. We had to give her specific information. She also asked us who paid the bills and how we paid them. I had no idea! Then she asked us who did the weekly and monthly budgets. She wanted to know how much we spent every month on entertainment. Sue wanted to know when Claire met her financial advisor. when wondered how many wanted to know C 1. where 5. He asked who had paid the telephone bill the previous month / the month before. The financial advisor asked the couple which expenses they had managed to lower. I didn’t know! We are learning so much about budgeting! Maybe next month we’ll even be able to set some money aside for a trip home to see you. Living in the city is so expensive. 6. She wanted to know where we did our banking. Linda B 1. Kate asked her brother why he didn’t have a monthly budget.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 10 • Situation 3 ANSWeR KeY Reported Speech – Wh.Questions A Dear Mom and Dad. Lots of love. 8. T  he man inquired how much me and my husband / my husband and I / we had spent on entertainment so far that month. who 3. rent. 4. 2. 7. This way. Tim suggested that we talk to a financial advisor. Sara. We inquired where the financial advisor was. asked us lots of questions. First. know 4. We wanted to know how to budget our money better. food. she inquired how much our monthly expenses were. 5. I asked Tim how we were going to pay all the bills every month now that I am studying and only he is earning a salary. 7. Neither of us wrote down our expenses! Sara said that it was important to figure out exactly how much we were spending every month. Sara also helped us with our banking. 8. I told her I paid some bills by mail and others online. 3. and clothing. asked 2. They wanted to know how they worked out their weekly budget. Página 155 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . She asked how much commission the credit card company took for each credit card transaction. She wondered why I spent so much on clothing. the financial advisor. we would see where we could lower our expenses.

Mark’s wife complained that Mark should try harder to make ends meet. I told her that she should borrow all my tools. Pete said that that electric screwdriver might come in handy. 3. 5. I told him that I would lend him what I had. She asked me to lend her a hammer and an electric screwdriver. Mary suggested to Mike that the children could help them with the small repairs. Jerry explained that he had to lend Tom the hammer. 7.000! He asked me to lend him some money to help him get out of debt. 2. The woman told her husband that they had to ask the bank for a loan. Second. I also asked Fred to help Dave find a steady job. 8. 4. 5. 6. but that it wasn’t enough to pay back the loan. There was a fire in her house and it did a lot of damage. He told me that he had to take a loan from the bank to pay for his studies last year. 6. C 1. Linda B 1. The fireman told the teachers that they could start the fire drill then. Awful things have been happening to my friends lately. I said that they would all come in handy! I also invited her to stay with me until she had fixed up everything in her house. 3. my good friend Dave is in debt and is trying very hard to make ends meet. c 2. a b c a c a Página 156 de 189 Page 4 of 4 . Please write soon and send me some good news! Love. I received a call from Susan the other day. 7. Reported Commands and Requests A Dear Mike. First. Lana complained that she couldn’t get out of debt. Now he owes the bank $25. 4. Poor thing! She told me that she couldn’t pay anyone to fix up the house and that she had to repair everything herself. Kate’s mother told her that she would get a steady job soon.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 10 • Situation 4 ANSWeR KeY Reported Speech with Modals.

4. You lose things that you borrow. 5. 5. 5. I / we wanted large or small bills 4. those documents were ready 5. 7. D 1. 4. she does. it is. she was buying traveler’s checks C 1. 8. I had explained it very well 6. what how much who when why which a a a b b b could borrow my hammer wouldn’t be able to come might want to check online would just ask them to return it didn’t have to lend it if she didn’t want to had to arrive by 9 a. there was a commission 3.  If you can’t stop losing things you borrow. 6. 5. that transaction took a long time 7.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Test 10 • Situation 5 E 1. 8. 2. F 1 . 3. you will get into debt. Yes. Possible answers: 1. 6.  they were depositing $1.  If you don’t change. she did all her banking online 2. 3. they had changed the tire recently 8.  he wanted to withdraw $100 from his account 4. 4. 6. 7. they needed to cash a check 5. dollars were worth more than euros 6.m. 6. 2. T  hey told you (that) you have bad habits / your habits are bad.10 8. 2. that was what they should be doing had to be on time to repair not to lose to pay to lend not to get into to deposit not to withdraw to lower G 2 Answers may vary. then you shouldn’t borrow anything. 5. Página 157 de 189 Page 1 of 1 . I / we knew the exchange rate 2. 4. Yes. 2. my bank balance was $564. he was sorry and that it was their mistake 3. 3. 6. 2. 4. ANSWeR KeY A 1. she had stopped using checks B A  ll the answers in this section should begin with if or whether and then the following: 1. 3.000 to account number 33-0904-27 7. 3.

we were told that the reservations had been mixed up and that our room was booked by someone else. Didn’t you celebrate your tenth wedding anniversary last month? 4. 8. A confirmation fax was sent to you two days ago. Excellent service is offered by all the hotel staff. 3. It is located in a lovely garden area nearby. Delicious breakfasts are served in the coffee shop each morning. A double room was booked for the 11th of April. Tim and Annie didn’t enjoy their stay at the inn. Although a confirmation fax wasn’t sent to us. When we checked in. 6. Fresh cakes are served in the coffee shop. Do you redecorate many hotels? 11. Were the reservations mixed up? 9. But our excitement didn’t last long. 10. we set off for the inn on Friday morning. “I will see that this problem is solved immediately!” A few moments later we were shown to our room. Fresh bread is baked there daily. The manager apologized and said. my wife and I celebrated our wedding anniversary. The spa isn’t situated inside the inn. we were thrilled by the beauty of the inn. The inn wasn’t redecorated two months ago. It was redecorated six months ago. We were advised by friends to book a double room in the Independence Inn. 2. 7. At first. It was lovely! Fresh flowers are put in each room every day. 1. We really enjoyed our stay at the Independence Inn! Tim Green B Circle the sentences that are in the Passive. THE INDEPENDENCE INN – tHE iDEAL COUNtRY HOtEL Last weekend. This room is already booked by the Henderson couple. 5. so a reservation was made online for a long weekend. We were each offered a spa treatment on the house to make up for the mix-up with our reservation.EVeRYdaY ENGLiSh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 11 • Situation 1 The Passive: Present Simple / Past Simple A  Read the text. I want to book a room for the long weekend. Are all the rooms in this inn booked? Página 158 de 189 Page 1 of 2 .

doesn’t always celebrate b. did 5. Tim and Jane book a room every summer. booked 2. A famous interior designer didn’t redecorate these rooms. books c. didn’t redecorate b. a. a. All the rooms in the inn … for the conference two weeks ago. 2. The hotel … last year. were booked b. aren’t celebrated always c. Is that double room … for the long weekend next month? a. isn’t always celebrated 2 Write the Active sentences as Passive sentences. booked 4. wasn’t redecorated c. not redecorated 3. Página 159 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . Why … your reservations mixed up last Friday? a. were b. book b. The coffee shop staff serves fresh cakes every day. a. Sara’s birthday … with all her friends and family. 3. book c. 1. 4. usually offer c. Guests in this inn … one spa treatment on the house. 1. is usually offered 6. The manager sent the confirmation fax yesterday. are usually offered b. was c.EVeRYdaY ENGLiSh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 11 • Situation 1 The Passive: Present Simple / Past Simple C  1 Circle the correct form of the verbs to complete the sentences. a.

the bottles 8 (seal). That’s incredible! I didn’t realize it was such a long process. take a sip the wine. B  Complete the text with the verbs in the Present Continuous (Passive). This is how the aroma is released. they 3 (not crush) by foot. here the wine 7 (pour) into the bottles. (pick) by hand. C  Circle the Past Continuous (Passive) form of the verbs to complete the sentences. Here the grapes are being picked. Here the grapes 1 picture several hundred vineyard workers are picking the grapes. In this next picture. In this slide you can see large wooden barrels of wine. Kate: Sounds interesting! How is wine made? Sandra:  Look at this brochure. In the next picture they are being crushed in a big machine. Kate: What’s the next stage of the process? Sandra:  Here the wine is being fermented in tanks. What was Tom doing Kate:  while you were being shown around? He was enjoying the wine in the winery! While he and the others were taking sips of Sandra:  the wine. As you can see. That’s the way it was done in the past. Today the grapes are crushed in large machines. While I was being given a tour of the vineyard. Each bottle (seal) with cork to keep the flavor of the wine. the different flavors of wine were being explained by the winemaker. It’s famous for its wonderful Sandra:  Cabernet Sauvignon wine. Sandra tells her friend Kate about a visit to a vineyard and winery. The Process of Winemaking Welcome to the Mardonne Winery! You are now going to see a slide show of the winemaking process. Yesterday Tom and I visited the Golden Valley vineyard. What is happening here? The wine 6 (bottle) by bottling machines. Página 160 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . When I arrived at the wine tasting. Why 5 the wine (store) in wooden barrels? This is because wood helps the wine to age properly. No. In this In the next slide the grapes 2 (crush).EVeRyday EnGLiSh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 11 • Situation 2 The Passive: Present Continuous / Past Continuous A  Read the text. Of course. There are pictures of the process. Tom and a few other people were being shown how to taste wine. Tom was being told to swirl the wine around in his glass. This is the grape-picking season. In this final picture. the wine is being bottled and sealed. and then roll it around in his mouth. During this stage in the process the wine 4 (ferment) in tanks for a few weeks. Then it is aged in wooden barrels. the bottles 9 (not seal) with 10 plastic or metal.

this wine wasn’t being served Página 161 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . wasn’t this wine being served b. not being picked 8. a. a. “Why… when you served all the other wines?” the restaurant manager asked the waiter. weren’t being picked b. The grapes … when we took a tour of the vineyards. were being crushed b. a. Cabernet Sauvignon wine … into our glasses. weren’t being given 5. wasn’t being given b. a. a.  While the wine was being poured into some bottles. was being sealed b. a. was being fermented 6. were being fermented b. was being poured 3. her friends … a guided tour. were being sealed 7. was being crushed 2. were being poured b. “… when you got there?” I asked.  The winemaker waited for ten days while the wine … . a. a. the full bottles … . Were the grapes being crushed 4. I watched as the grapes … by large machines.  When Sara arrived at the winery. Are the grapes being crushed b.  While we were eating our meal.EVeRyday EnGLiSh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 11 • Situation 2 The Passive: Present Continuous / Past Continuous 1.

An amazing collection of sculptures was created by this artist. For thousands of years the people of Asia have been grown cotton. the price of quality fabrics has been lowered considerably. b. Cotton has been grown by the people of Asia for thousands of years. Your art collection has been shown by museums all over the country. a. c. Página 162 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . London. for thousands of years. b. “Until a few years ago. 2. “I haven’t been so impressed by an exhibition since the Modern Art Exhibition at the Tate Gallery six years ago!” Don’t miss the chance to see this amazing collection! The popular Fabrics Center on Main Street has recently been reopened by new owner Sara Leeds. Because of this. It’s definitely worth a visit. Then more and more people began growing cotton locally. and Florence. Your art collection have been shown by museums all over the country. good wool had been sold for 30% more than today’s price! Now we are able to sell all sorts of wonderful fabrics for cheaper prices!” Circle the sentence that best reflects the original sentence in the Passive. before this change occurred. WHAT’S ON IN TOwN? The Tross Museum is proud of its latest exhibition which opened on Saturday. most of our better wool and cotton had been grown and manufactured in Asia or Europe. a. Cotton. An amazing collection of sculptures have been created by this artist. Museums all over the country have shown your art collection. This artist has created an amazing collection of sculptures. Famous art critic David Jones wrote. During an interview Leeds explained. b. The people of Asia have grown cotton for thousands of years. 3. B  1. As a matter of fact. c. An amazing collection of sculptures has been created by this artist. The exhibition has been seen by thousands of art lovers and it has been written about in newspapers in Paris. All the works of art in the collection have been created locally by talented American artists from forty different states.EVeRyDay ENGLISH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 11 • Situation 3 The Passive – Present Perfect Simple / Past Perfect Simple A  Read the text. c. This amazing collection of sculptures and paintings has already been shown in museums all over Europe. Your art collection has being shown by museums all over the country. a. has been growing by the people of Asia.

Has this cotton been manufactured locally? c. all the best fabrics had been sold / have been sold / were being sold. Such an amazing selection of fabrics hasn’t been seen before. Have they manufactured this cotton locally? a. they seen / have been seen / had been seen by people all over Europe. B  y the time the sculptures arrived at the National Gallery. 4. T  he cotton hadn’t been grown / hasn’t been growing / not been grown locally before it was manufactured. 6. Had wool used / Did wool be used / Had wool been used in Europe before cotton was introduced? 3. B  efore this collection came to the State Museum. 1. After the fabrics had been chosen / had chosen / have been chosen. Silk were manufactured / had been manufactured / had manufactured in Asia long before it came to the U. 5. Have this cotton been manufactured locally? b. b. 5.EVeRyDay ENGLISH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 11 • Situation 3 The Passive – Present Perfect Simple / Past Perfect Simple B  continued 4. C  lothes been made / had been make / had been made from cotton before other fabrics were introduced. People haven’t seen such an amazing selection of fabrics before. 7. By the time we got to the store. a. Página 163 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . it wasn’t being shown / hadn’t been shown / not shown at the Modern Art Museum. 8. 2. Such an amazing selection of fabrics not ever been seen before. c.S. Such an amazing selection of fabrics haven’t been seen before. Has been manufactured this cotton locally by them? C Circle the correct form of the verbs to complete the sentences. they were paid for.

The wedding couldn’t be planned in only two months. flowers will be delivered by the florist in the morning. Could you help me arrange things? Everything must be planned carefully in order to keep it a secret. The dinner can be served at 8:00 sharp. I’ve told the girls that the surprise must be kept a secret. I could arrange the flowers in carts. We must all keep this a secret. 3. 8. I might be assisted by Olivia and Karen because there’ll be plenty to do. 2. 5. 7. The manager says the food could be brought to the Orchard Room at 8:00 p. A room could be booked in your name for next weekend. Bouquets should be arranged in pretty carts all over the room. 1. This can be taken care of by the hotel staff. A gourmet meal would be brought to your room. I’m sure Sheila won’t be disappointed! B  Tick (3) the sentences that are in the passive. For example. A horseback trail ride would be arranged for Sheila at 11:00 sharp. She loves horseback riding.m. but I’m willing to help. Página 164 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . Trail rides should be booked in advance. I may not be an expert in party planning.EVeRYDaY ENGLisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 11 • Situation 4 Passive Sentences with Modals A  Read the text. To: Sam Holden Subject: Re: Planning a Surprise I’m happy to help! Here are my ideas: The party will be held at the Golden Hotel. I hope you like these plans. 4. Gourmet meals should be served at the party. To: Paula Reid Subject: Planning a Surprise Sheila and I are celebrating our 10th wedding anniversary next week and I’d really like to surprise her. You’re an expert at planning parties. She might offer to assist with the wedding. It would also give us time to check on the party preparations in the Orchard Room. 6.

Two people will assist the florist. 1. . You shouldn’t arrange the flowers in carts. 4. Up to ten horseback riders may enjoy the trail ride. . 6. .EVeRYDaY ENGLisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 11 • Situation 4 Passive Sentences with Modals C Write the active sentences in the passive. Página 165 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . . You can’t book trail rides through the hotel. Peter wouldn’t take care of the wedding arrangements. An expert must arrange the bouquets. 5. 2. . 3. .

 1. Was the reservation confirmed by fax? 4.  I hope everyone enjoyed their stay at our house. We redecorated our inn last year.  These have been manufactured locally for several years. 6. 2. Present Continuous Passive. b. 2. a. 3. 5. Use the Present Continuous Active. Brown. The mix-up wasn’t created by us.  They have manufactured these locally for several years.EveRyday EnGlisH 3 Module A Student Worksheet Test Name: 11 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer Tick (3) the passive sentence in each pair. T  hat wine barrel (open) right now. Página 166 de 189 Page 1 of 4 . b.  1.  When I swirl the wine in my glass. b. 6.  I had been disappointed but now I’m not.  We had been horseback riding before you arrived. 7. a.  Mrs. b. a. I (release) the aroma. a. a. 5.m. b.  Last year our wine (use) by many restaurants in the Napa Valley. 3. or Past Continuous Passive. (take (start) 8. b. a. a. We have collected all sorts of sculpture. b. Our inn was redecorated last year. not Mrs. b. Brown.  The wine in these barrels (ferment) for more than a year.  Cotton has been used for clothing all over the world.  Their anniversary was celebrated last weekend.  We have been horseback riding all morning. Past Continuous Active. T  he spa is open / was open until 7 p. a.  A double room was booked by Mrs. 5. 2. people have used cotton for clothing. T  he chefs a sip) of this year’s wine right now. We didn’t create the mix-up. not Mrs. 6. Smith. 1.  I hope the stay at our house was enjoyed by everyone. a. 3. a. 4. Franco has created amazing art. 2. D Tick (3) the passive sentence in each pair.  All sorts of sculpture had been collected by the time we left Asia. a. Did you confirm the reservation by fax? b.  All over the world. B  ircle the correct answers to complete the C sentences. T  heir wedding anniversaries are celebrated / were celebrated early this year. b. 1. Y  our confirmation faxes aren’t received / weren’t received yesterday. 3. 4. a. T  he grapes (crush) at the moment. T  he coffee and cake shop was redecorated / is redecorated last month. 4. Smith booked a double room.  They celebrated their anniversary last weekend.  This amazing art has been created by Franco. I have been disappointed often. b. T  he bottles (seal) when the sealing machine broke. C  omplete the sentences with the verbs in C brackets. T  his tour in five minutes. today and every day. b.

 1. . The flowers 2. 3. At this stage. . . All sorts of items can be manufactured. .  All checks 7. The order should be delivered at 4:00 sharp. . . (could not / explain).  A great selection of modern art 4. 7. (can / find) at our local museum.EveRyday EnGlisH 3 Module E Student Worksheet Test Name: 11 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer Use the modals and verbs in brackets to complete the passive sentences. Your anniversary should be celebrated. .  As a matter of fact. 6. the grapes have been processed three times. 5. F Translate the following sentences. 4. The confirmation fax has been sent twice.C. (may / borrow).  1. (might / deliver) soon. 2. (should / pay) today. He was assisted with his secret arrangements. Cotton was being grown as early as 2500 B. the bill 5.  If we had more frequent flyer points. . (would / upgrade). our seats 6.  It 3. Wine is being produced at this vineyard 10 months a year. The mistake 8. Página 167 de 189 Page 2 of 4 . (will / take care of) by our chef immediately. Some of these tools (must / deposit) into your account. 8.

He worked all day. Then he left the florist’s and went by taxi to The Manor Inn. At 5:45 he left work. 5.m. He picked up a bouquet which had already been prepared for him.m. Your husband left the house as usual at 8:30 a. Here is our report of your husband’s activities for today between 8:30 a. He spoke with the manager and we think a bill was paid. Best regards. Silk pajamas were bought and paid for with a credit card. sharp.m. 4.  Dear Mrs. He left 20 minutes later without the flowers.m. Jim Jones 2. Use the information in the text above to answer the questions. At 9:40. and 6:30 p.? Which was done first – going into the florist or the restaurant? What does Jim Jones think Mrs. The receptionist says that a double room was booked in the name of Sam Green for this evening and that a gourmet dinner was ordered for 9 p. 2. Green to the hotel? Página 168 de 189 Page 3 of 4 . your husband entered the florist shop. got on the number 7 bus. At 9:00 a. Green’s husband was doing at the restaurant? Were the flowers being prepared when her husband arrived? Was a car driven by Mr. and arrived home at 6:30 p.m.m. 3. Green. your husband walked into Lulu’s Lingerie.  1. Your husband arrived at work at 10:45.EveRyday EnGlisH 3 Module G Student Worksheet Test Name: 11 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer 1.m. your husband was seen entering Amore Italian Restaurant.m. Had her husband left the house by 8 a. Read the text. At 10:15 a.

8.EveRyday EnGlisH 3 Module G Student Worksheet Test Name: 11 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer continued 6. 7. 10. What type of room was booked? For what time was the meal ordered? What wasn’t with Mr. Green doing between 11 a. 9.? TOTAL: Página 169 de 189 / 100 Page 4 of 4 .m.m. Green when he left the hotel? Had the silk pajamas been paid for already? What was Mr. and 5 p.

The manager apologized and said. A room is booked by Tim and Jane every summer. 2. 4. 11 C 1 1. These rooms weren’t redecorated by a famous interior designer. 4. Página 170 de 189 Page 4 of 4 . 4. The confirmation fax was sent by the manager yesterday. 2. Fresh bread is baked there daily. 3. But our excitement didn’t last long. When we checked in. 8. At first. It was redecorated six months ago. we were thrilled by the beauty of the inn. We really enjoyed our stay at the Independence Inn! Tim Green B 1. Although a confirmation fax wasn’t sent to us. Past Simple A The Independence Inn – the ideal coUntRy hotel Last weekend. Delicious breakfasts are served in the coffee shop each morning. c b a a a c 2 Answers may vary. We were each offered a spa treatment on-the-house to make up for the mix-up with our reservation. The spa isn’t situated inside the inn. 7. 9. we were told that the reservations had been mixed up and that our room was booked by someone else. It was lovely! Fresh flowers are put in each room every day. so a reservation was made online for a long weekend. we set off for the inn on Friday morning. my wife and I celebrated our wedding anniversary. Excellent service is offered by all the hotel staff. 2. 5. Possible answers: 1. “I will see that this problem is solved immediately!” A few moments later we were shown to our room. We were advised by friends to book a double room in the Independence Inn. 6.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 11 • Situation 1 ANSWeR KeY The Passive: Present Simple. Fresh cakes are served by the coffee shop staff every day. It is located in a lovely garden area nearby. 3.

Then it is aged in wooden barrels. a 2. Kate: Sounds interesting! How is wine made? Sandra:  Look at this brochure. is being fermented 5. take a sip of the wine and then roll it around in his mouth. the different flavors of wine were being explained by the winemaker. Here the grapes are being picked. is being poured 8. aren’t being crushed 4. aren’t being sealed 10. In this final picture. Kate:  That’s incredible! I didn’t realize it was such a long process. is … being stored 6. Tom and I visited the Golden Valley vineyard. b 3. b Página 171 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . What was Tom doing while you were being shown around? Sandra:  He was enjoying the wine in the winery! While he and the others were taking sips of the wine. 7. is being sealed 5. In the next picture they are being crushed in a big machine. b b a a C 1. Sandra:  Yesterday. 6. There are pictures of the process. It’s famous for its wonderful Cabernet Sauvignon wine. While I was being given a tour of the vineyard. This is how the aroma is released. are being sealed 9. Kate: What’s the next stage of the process? Sandra:  Here the wine is being fermented in tanks. is being bottled 7. the wine is being bottled and sealed. 8. Tom was being told to swirl the wine around in his glass. are being crushed 3. are being picked 2. When I arrived at the wine tasting.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 11 • Situation 2 ANSWeR KeY The Passive: Present Continuous / Past Continuous A  Sandra tells her friend Kate about a visit to a vineyard and winery. b 4. Tom and a few other people were being shown how to taste wine. B 1.

most of our better wool and cotton had been grown and manufactured in Asia or Europe. good wool had been sold for 30% more than today’s price! Now we are able to sell all sorts of wonderful fabrics for cheaper prices!” B 1. 5.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 11 • Situation 3 ANSWeR KeY The Passive – Present Perfect Simple / Past Perfect Simple A WHAt’S On In tOwn? The Tross Museum is proud of its latest exhibition which opened on Saturday. 7. As a matter of fact. had been chosen 2. Because of this. before this change occurred. “Until a few years ago. It’s definitely worth a visit. Famous art critic David Jones wrote. 3. 3. Had wool been used had been sold had been seen hadn’t been grown had been manufactured had been made hadn’t been shown Página 172 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . 5. b 2. London. Then more and more people began growing cotton locally. 4. the price of quality fabrics has been lowered considerably. and Florence. 8. 4. This amazing collection of sculptures and paintings has already been shown in museums all over Europe. During an interview Leeds explained. The exhibition has been seen by thousands of art lovers and it has been written about in newspapers in Paris. c a c b C 1. All the works of art in the collection have been created locally by talented American artists from forty different states. 6. “I haven’t been so impressed by an exhibition since the Modern Art Exhibition at the Tate Gallery six years ago!” Don’t miss the chance to see this amazing collection! The popular Fabrics Center on Main Street has recently been reopened by new owner Sara Leeds.

EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 11 • Situation 4 ANSWeR KeY Passive Sentences with Modals A To: Paula Reid Subject: Planning a Surprise Sheila and I are celebrating our 10th wedding anniversary next week and I’d really like to surprise her. I might be assisted by Olivia and Karen because there’ll be plenty to do. She loves horseback riding. Página 173 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . The flowers shouldn’t be arranged in carts. 6. The bouquets must be arranged by an expert. 4. The florist will be assisted by two people. For example. The manager says the food could be brought to the Orchard Room at 8:00 p. To: Sam Holden Subject: Re: Planning a Surprise I’m happy to help! Here are my ideas: The party will be held at the Golden Hotel. The wedding arrangements wouldn’t be taken care of by Peter. A horseback trail ride would be arranged for Sheila at 11:00 sharp. I’ve told the girls that the surprise must be kept a secret. You’re an expert at planning parties. This can be taken care of by the hotel staff. 4. 3. 8 C Answers may vary. Possible answers: 1. 5. Could you help me arrange things? Everything must be planned carefully on order to keep it a secret. Gourmet meals should be served at the party. I hope you like these plans. A room could be booked in your name for next weekend.m. I’m sure Sheila won’t be disappointed! B 3. Trail rides can’t be booked through the hotel. 2. Bouquets should be arranged in pretty carts all over the room. It would also give us time to check on the party preparations in the Orchard Room. flowers will be delivered by the florist in the morning. 6. The trail ride may be enjoyed by up to ten horseback riders.

2. B 1. 5. 6. 9. The flowers weren’t with Mr. 6. 5. they hadn’t. 5. a b a b b was redecorated is open weren’t received were celebrated are being crushed were being sealed is starting is being opened was being used was fermenting are taking a sip am releasing b a b b a b might be delivered will be taken care of can be found should be paid would be upgraded must be deposited could not be explained may be borrowed F A  nswers will vary. 2. 8. A double room was booked. 3. 6. they weren’t. 3. 3. Green was working. Página 174 de 189 Page 1 of 1 . 8. 2. 6. The meal was ordered for 9 p. The restaurant was gone into first. Green.  Jim Jones thinks that a bill was being paid. 7. 10. 7. 5. No. 4. G 2 1. 4. 6. 4. 8. he hadn’t. 7. E 1. 5. No. D 1.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Test 1 • Situation 5 ANSWeR KeY A 1. 3. 3. C 1. No. 4. No. sharp. 2. Mr. 4. 3. a 2.m. 4. Accept all correct answers in the student’s own language. it wasn’t. 2.

Peter is the man who / whose / that wife designed all the hotel facilities. When we got to the hotel there was a mix-up at the front desk. 3. We had the best time. 1. 4. They stayed at a hotel that / where / who they found online. 6. Apparently it is privately owned by a guy whose wife works with Jack. Love. How come you don’t like swimming pools who / that / whose are heated? Página 175 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . Dear Paula. Did I mention we went horseback riding. was just one of the many hotel facilities. 7. The red wine that the winery produces is delicious! After the tour we sat in a coffee shop until midday. Well. This is the time which / when / where we usually meet at the tennis courts. Jane B  Circle the most suitable relative pronoun to complete each sentence. too? Why don’t you drop a hint to Nick? I know you’re looking for a quiet place where the two of you can enjoy your wedding anniversary. when we headed back to the hotel for lunch. 8. this is the ideal place to spend a romantic long weekend. The hotel is located near a lovely little town.EVeRYDAY ENGliSh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 12 • Situation 1 Relative Clauses and Pronouns A  Read the text. where we took a guided tour of the museum and the local winery. It’s not a chain hotel. This is the brochure where / which / when I picked up at the front desk. We visited the winery where / when / that they give guided tours. which was near the tennis courts. Could you recommend a place who / where / when we could spend a romantic long weekend? 2. 5. It was the best vacation that I’ve ever had! We stayed in a hotel which Jack recommended to us. But the manager apologized and we ended up with a luxury room that opened out onto a private balcony! The huge heated swimming pool. The assistant manager had given our room to a young couple who had arrived that morning. Steve and I have just gotten back from a wonderful vacation. Lara is the woman which / whose / who owns the hotel.

7. Her brother produces sculptures. Página 176 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . We swam in the swimming pool.EVeRYDAY ENGliSh 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 12 • Situation 1 Relative Clauses and Pronouns C  Combine the sentences with a suitable relative pronoun. There he met his friends. She works at the front desk. 3. He owns a chain of hotels. It had a private balcony. 5. 1. I recommended the florist. We took a guided tour there. Sam went to the tennis courts. 2. There’s the woman. 4. Make any other necessary changes. 6. This article is about a man. This is the winery. We stayed in a luxury hotel room. It was heated.

Are you looking for a business partner who is sensible and responsible? 5. Página 177 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . The head of the college presented special honors certificates to students who graduated top of their courses. I do. 4. Final year students at Howard College celebrated their graduation in an impressive ceremony that over a thousand students and their family members and friends attended. 10. Maybe not! The first thing I’m going to do is get my honors certificate framed and hang it in a place where people can see it!” B Circle the relative pronoun wherever it has been used unnecessarily. “It’s like a dream come true. 1. 8.” Mark replied. 3. smiling. She wants to travel and do all the things she didn’t have time to do while she was studying. is officially the top graduate in his college. Their names have been officially added to the Honors List the college is so proud of. “You never know. Peter. find a job that you will enjoy. He has already been offered several jobs.” Does she plan to get married and have children in the future? “Yes. I have a job which allows me to take lots of time off. This is Maureen. Our reporter. She is a person who never takes time off work. Sally Norman. interviewed two of the honors graduates. She was curious to know about the plans and dreams they had for the future. Amy Green. In that case. wants to take some time off for now before she begins looking for a job as a journalist.EVeRYDaY ENGLisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 12 • Situation 2 Omitting the Relative Pronoun A  Read the text. 6.” she said. “Maybe it’s the sensible thing to do. I’d like to hang my certificate in a place where people can see it. who will get your certificate framed for you. who graduated top of her class in journalism. who studied economics. But first I have to find a man who likes the idea of me having my own career!” Mark Hammond is the honors student in the business course that many students find so difficult. The graduation ceremony that we attended was very impressive. “As of today I’m free to do whatever I like. 9. 7. The dream which I hold for the future is to have a career and have children. I hope he will appreciate the graduation gift that I’ve chosen for him. “Will you take the job Maran Ltd has offered you?” Sally inquired. 2.

Add a suitable relative pronoun only in sentences where the relative pronoun cannot be omitted. are sitting in the front row are graduating today. Choose from which. 6. or who. 7. They offered the job to a guy We will hang the certificate  The ceremony at Damwell College. As of yesterday there are only two more jobs I have just been to a graduation ceremony Sara has the career There’s the student The students she has always dreamt of. takes place every August. 8. 2. that. lasted three hours. haven’t been filled.  Página 178 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . 3. 1. Did Simon appreciate the graduation gift People you gave him? are sensible learn to balance having a career and having a family. is usually impressive. 5. 10. you just received at your graduation in the living room. 4. 9. graduated top of her class. graduated with a business degree.EVeRYDaY ENGLisH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 12 • Situation 2 Omitting the Relative Pronoun C  Read each sentence carefully.

though! B  Circle the correct sentence in each group. a. I love the new mall. where you can shop in over 150 stores. The stomach virus which is going around these days causes diarrhea and vomiting. Feel better and be in touch as soon as you’ve been to the doctor. I love the new mall. I’m sure it’s just a virus. causes diarrhea and vomiting. To be honest. I love the new mall. a. b. which is going around these days. The stomach virus. 3. anyway. which I think may not have been fresh. The stomach virus. and diarrhea. thinks the food was fine.EVeRYDAY ENGLiSH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 12 • Situation 3 Non-defining Relative Clauses A  Read the text. 2. Check for correct punctuation and use of relative pronouns. I’m so nauseous and dizzy. The restaurant serves seafood. Guess what’s wrong with her? Nothing! She is expecting a baby! Her symptoms. Maria. has been feeling the same way as you. stomachache. has symptoms like vomiting. who also ate the fish. 1. Maria. that is going around these days. Maria who has been vomiting all night has a 24-hour virus. b. when we had dinner in a new restaurant. b. It began last night. who you can shop in over 150 stores. The stomach virus. But Mark. has a 24-hour virus. c. causes diarrhea and vomiting. are connected to morning sickness. a. you had me worried for a moment. who has been vomiting all night has a 24-hour virus. whose uncle works with Mark. who has been vomiting all night. c. In the meantime. To: Marsha McMann Subject: Coming Down with Something I’ve been feeling awful all morning. c. Maybe I’ll go and see my doctor. Página 179 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . which is going around at the moment. which you can shop in over 150 stores. which also included feeling nauseous and dizzy. who will check me out. Maybe you should check out this possibility. To: Marsha McMann Subject: You Wish! Don’t be silly! There’s no way I’m having a baby! Not yet. I’ll probably take the day off work! To: Linda Harrison Subject: Re: Coming Down with Something Your poor thing! My friend Judy. He thinks I may be coming down with a 24-hour virus.

. which I return from my trip to Asia. who works for Dr. . I’ll be in touch with you in May when. The nurse. The doctor says I have a virus. 5. b. a baby.EVeRYDAY ENGLiSH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 12 • Situation 3 Non-defining Relative Clauses 4. Página 180 de 189 Page 2 of 2 . I’ll be in touch with you in May. show that she is going to have . T  he test results. The doctor says I have a virus. go and see Dr. . which should pass in a day or two. c. Richards when I came down with a stomach virus whose uncle owns a large store in the mall where there is an excellent Chinese restaurant which include vomiting and diarrhea when he took the day off who is the best doctor I know which Sara received this morning 1. b. Samuels. that should pass in a day or two. 6. a. . is the store manager. . In the meantime. I’ll be in touch with you in May. 8. 5. The doctor says I have a virus which should pass in a day or two. 2. I’ve been sick since the weekend. c. C  Complete the sentences with a suitable non-defining relative clause below. 3. Jeff. 7. . . I return from my trip to Asia. 4. a. We went to the Golden Shopping Mall. The flu symptoms. last for a few days. when I return from my trip to Asia. will take your blood pressure. Sam wasn’t at work on Thursday.

1. It was difficult for her to ride the subway in the beginning. At first. to be honest. Northampton) The expert’s advice: It’s totally natural for you and your husband to feel this way. She is used to riding the subway. At first it was a scary challenge. Actually. Before she had the baby she slept eight hours a night. S  ara recently had a baby. Although I used to do some babysitting when I was a teenager. At first she wasn’t used to riding the subway. I haven’t yet gotten used to the idea of having twins. b. I didn’t use to drink a lot of alcohol or coffee anyway. I am not used to caring for two little babies at the same time.  Example:  Sara is from California. I am really nervous and scared about the challenge. a. especially with your first kids and with having twins. At first Tim and Karen But after some time they Now they find it quite easy because they . but they are getting quite good at it.  PARENTING IS SCARY! I’m expecting a baby in July. c. Sara But after a while she Now she doesn’t mind it at all. B Read the situations and complete the sentences with used to. I’m expecting two babies. a. I got used to not drinking any alcohol or coffee quite easily. c. This was difficult at first. Now she only sleeps a few hours a night. Don’t be afraid to ask parents or family members for help in the beginning until you both get used to your new role as parents. Now it seems normal to her. Before that they hadn’t taken care of young kids. a. too. c.EVeRYDaY EnGLIsH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 12 • Situation 4 used to / be used to / get used to A Read the text. b. She . . My husband says it’s very scary for him. I’m even getting used to being hungry enough to eat a horse most of the time! But I haven’t gotten used to the idea of being a mother. Don’t worry! Every parent gets used to the change in routine and taking care of children. 2. But soon she got used to riding the subway. . Now she has no problems. b. He is not used to being around babies at all. . She came to New York a year ago. Página 181 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . but aren’t we supposed to feel happy and excited instead of nervous? Linda Everett (24. . T  im and Karen both started babysitting for a pair of twins a few months ago. He knows he’ll have to get used to waking up every few hours instead of sleeping like a log every night! He also knows he’ll have to get used to having both a son and a daughter at the same time! We both know this is a very big deal.

will get used to b.EVeRYDaY EnGLIsH 3 Module Student Worksheet Grammar Activity Name: 12 • Situation 4 used to / be used to / get used to C Circle the correct form of the verbs to complete the sentences. a. Although it‘s a little scary. a. won’t get used to 2. raise b. I’m always hungry enough to eat a horse. am used to 9. Now she wakes up every few hours. use 7. used to work 5. a. use b. didn’t use to c. so they aren’t used to … daughters. getting used to b. got used c. are getting used to b. Now that I’m expecting a baby. raising c. I … as a babysitter when I was a teenager. we … the idea of having twins. used to 3. am used to c. sleeps b. a. It wasn’t easy. sleep c. not drinking 8. My sister has four kids so she … taking care of children. I only eat expensive food. sleeping Página 182 de 189 Page 2 of 2 .  Paula used to … like a log until she had the baby. used to c. Sheila and Tom have three sons. raises 6. drinks b. but you will … to it. but Kelly eventually … not drinking coffee. get used b. am not used to c. a. I … fancy restaurants. I … eat so much in the past. a. a.  1. a. are get used to 4. a. Rona is expecting a baby so she is getting used to … any alcohol. not used to b. are used to c. not drink c. got used to c. is used to b. didn’t use to 10. a. Parenting is a challenge.

EVeRYDaY ENGLish 3 Module A Student Worksheet Test Name: 12 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer  ircle the correct relative pronoun to complete C each sentence. who is studying to be a scientist. S  ara is the woman … son graduated from college last week. We the noise.  The man … is staying with me is my uncle. which 5. A  t first it was hard but then I babysitting for my little sister. 3. aren’t we? 2. 6. Here is the inn … we stayed. 5. 1. a. or get used to. O  ur graduation which we are looking forward to will take place next Tuesday. I  have hung my picture which I bought in Paris. T  hey live on the East Coast but now they live on the West. 1. W  e are going to a country inn where we will spend the long weekend. that b. Página 183 de 189 Page 1 of 2 . be used to. where 3. M  y twins cry for hours but now they only cry sometimes. she getting up in the middle of the night. D Complete the sentences with the correct form  of used to. a. T  he official ceremony that was held last night was boring. T  he mall in our city which is the biggest in the state is closed today. 5. You may use the words more than once. 1. E  rite the words in the correct category. a. 4. I t’s often difficult to parent. 5. huge private heated framed painful Swimming Pool Certificate Stomachache C Add commas in the correct places. where 2. being a B  ick (3) the sentences where the relative T pronouns can be omitted. T  he baby who is coming down with a fever has diarrhea. who b. M  y co-worker Janet sits near Ted who has taken the day off. when 6. T  he swimming pool … we swam in wasn’t heated. 4. that 4. He is not enjoying the career that he chose. 6. T  he certificate which I framed is very important to me. T  hat man whose uncle owns the hotel is an excellent hotel manager. There W are eight answers. 2. 1. that b. where b. I s there a specific time … we could all meet at the spa? a. 4. who a. M  y friend. T  he chef in this restaurant is someone who I graduated with. 3. 3. a. B  efore she had the baby. which b. 2. will graduate in a month. whose b. 6. W  e don’t like the hotel … we stayed at recently.

... all the students throw their hats high in the air. . I’ll drop a hint. I want to take a day off. Are you coming down with something? 5.. I don’t feel like shopping. They also wear a gown. c.... which is a hat with a flat top and a tassel that hangs down.S.. which is like a long dress with long sleeves. Should I frame my certificate? 4. 1. No. 2.... 4. Students go up on stage to receive their diploma from an important person. How did you sleep? . h.. 5...EVeRYDaY ENGLish 3 Module F Student Worksheet Test Name: 12 • Situation 5 2 points for each answer Match the questions in A to the answers in B.. People got used to seeing hats thrown in the air at graduation.. . 5. but I’ve seen several of them. To be honest. People are surprised that some things are the same in each university graduation. Students get their diplomas in the mail after graduation.. The third thing is throwing the hats in the air. 1.. G Translate the following sentences.. H Read the text and answer T (true) or F (false) below. e. No.. Great.. Students wear a mortarboard hat. ... .. TOTAL: Página 184 de 189 / 100 Page 2 of 2 . One thing is the diploma... Sure. 3. Her graduation ceremony was impressive.. I think I am.. A 1. At the end of the ceremony.. Students aren’t used to wearing long clothes at graduation.. B a.. Is the shop part of a chain? 3. I’m not sure. b. .. d. Just like a log. Then it’s easier to hang. You never know.. . .. g.. It was very romantic. Another thing is the clothes.... f.. one could say you’re eating for three.. I feel sick.. which is the graduation certificate.. .. How was your weekend? 2. . Well.. 3. .. Students used to wear hats but now they don’t.. Their uncle has a 24-hour virus.. Would you like to go to the mall? 6. thanks. ... University Graduations In the U. Have you got diarrhea? 7... people are used to seeing some of the same things at every university graduation ceremony. Am I having twins? 8. I’m just nauseous and dizzy. 2.. 4...

when we headed back to the hotel for lunch. This is the winery where we took a guided tour. We swam in the swimming pool which / that was heated. We stayed in a luxury hotel room which / that had a private balcony. The hotel is located near a lovely little town. Apparently it is privately owned by a guy whose wife works with Jack. too? Why don’t you drop a hint to Nick? I know you’re looking for a quiet place where the two of you can enjoy your wedding anniversary. which 6. whose 5. 4. It’s not a chain hotel. Love. Steve and I have just got back from a wonderful vacation. where 7. 3. The red wine that the winery produces is delicious! After the tour we sat in a coffee shop until midday. Well. When we got to the hotel there was a mix-up at the front desk. was just one of the many hotel facilities. 5. But the manager apologized and we ended up with a luxury room that opened out onto a private balcony! The huge heated swimming pool. that 4. this is the ideal place to spend a romantic long weekend. Página 185 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . We had the best time. 2. Sam went to the tennis courts where he met his friends. that C 1. 7. This article is about a man who owns a chain of hotels. where 2. It was the best vacation that I’ve ever had! We stayed in a hotel which Jack recommended to us. when 8. The assistant manager had given our room to a young couple who had arrived that morning. 6. I recommended the florist whose brother produces sculptures. Jane B 1. where we took a guided tour of the museum and the local winery. There’s the woman who works at the front desk. which was near the tennis courts.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 12 • Situation 1 ANSWeR KeY Relative Clauses and Pronouns A Dear Paula. who 3. Did I mention we went horseback riding.

” she said.” Does she plan to get married and have children in the future? “Yes. 3. 5. 10. I do. The head of the college presented special honors certificates to students who graduated top of their courses. She was curious to know about the plans and dreams they had for the future. Amy Green. and 12. 4. She wants to travel and do all the things she didn’t have time to do while she was studying. smiling. Our reporter. 8. 9. interviewed two of the honors graduates.” Mark replied. which / that 2. “Will you take the job Maran Ltd has offered you?” Sally inquired. 6. 3.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 12 • Situation 2 ANSWeR KeY Omitting the Relative Pronoun A  Final year students at Howard College celebrated their graduation in an impressive ceremony that over a thousand students and their family members and friends attended. “As of today I’m free to do whatever I like. Their names have been officially added to the Honors List the college is so proud of. “Maybe it’s the sensible thing to do. who graduated top of her class in journalism. “It’s like a dream come true. wants to take some time off for now before she begins looking for a job as a journalist. 7. 10. C 1. who / that which / that which / that which / that who / that who / that who / that which / that which / that Página 186 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . “You never know. But first I have to find a man who likes the idea of me having my own career!” Mark Hammond is an honors student in the business course that many students find so difficult. 6. Maybe not! The first thing I’m going to do is get my honors certificate framed and hang it in a place where people can see it!” B The relative pronouns that should be circled are in lines 2. He has already been offered several jobs. Sally Norman.

when we had dinner in a new restaurant. 7. In the meantime. 8. Richards when he took the day off whose uncle owns a large store in the mall which Sara received this morning Página 187 de 189 Page 3 of 3 . which is going around at the moment. 4. stomachach. who will check me out. I’ll probably take the day off work! To: Linda Harrison Subject: Re: Coming down with something Your poor thing! My friend Judy.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 12 • Situation 3 ANSWeR KeY Non-defining Relative Clauses A To: Marsha McMann Subject: Coming down with something I’ve been feeling awful all morning. c a b c C 1. and diarrhea. It began last night. you had me worried for a moment. Guess what’s wrong with her? Nothing! She is expecting a baby! Her symptoms. To be honest. has symptoms like vomiting. Feel better and be in touch as soon as you’ve been to the doctor. whose uncle works with Mark. Maybe you should check out this possibility. anyway. He thinks I may be coming down with a 24-hour virus. though! B 1. b 2. Maybe I’ll go and see my doctor. 3. which also included feeling nauseous and dizzy. To: Marsha McMann Subject: You wish! Don’t be silly! There’s no way I’m having a baby! Not yet. 3. when I came down with a stomach virus which include vomiting and diarrhea where there is an excellent Chinese restaurant who works for Dr. The stomach virus. I’m sure it’s just a virus. which I think may not have been fresh. 4. has been feeling the same way as you. thinks the food was fine. who also ate the fish. I’m so nauseous and dizzy. 6. The restaurant serves seafood. But Mark. are connected to morning sickness. who is the best doctor I know 2. 5. 5.

4. but aren’t we supposed to feel happy and excited instead of nervous? Linda Everett (24. 10. 5. I’m even getting used to being hungry enough to eat a horse most of the time! But I haven’t gotten used to the idea of being a mother. I haven’t yet gotten used to the idea of having twins. is used to sleeping a few hours a night 2. I am really nervous and scared about the challenge. He knows he’ll have to get used to waking up every few hours instead of sleeping like a log every night! He also knows he’ll have to get used to having both a son and a daughter at the same time! We both know this is a very big deal. Página 188 de 189 Page 4 of 4 . wasn’t used to sleeping a few hours a night b. I didn’t use to drink a lot of alcohol or coffee anyway. 6. got used to it / taking care of young kids / twins c. My husband says it’s very scary for him. B 1. Actually. He is not used to being around babies at all. a. 3.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Grammar Activity 12 • Situation 4 ANSWeR KeY used to / be used to / get used to A PaRenting is ScaRy! I’m expecting a baby in July. 9. I’m expecting two babies. 7. a. too. especially with your first kids and with having twins. Although I used to do some babysitting when I was a teenager. Northampton) The expert’s advice: It’s totally natural for you and your husband to feel this way. I am not used to caring for two little babies at the same time. I got used to not drinking any alcohol or coffee quite easily. Don’t worry! Every parent gets used to the change in routine and taking care of children. are used to it / taking care of young kids / twins b c c b a c c c b C 1. Don’t be afraid to ask parents or family members for help in the beginning until you both get used to your new role as parents. a 2. 8. got used to it c. to be honest. weren’t used to taking care of young kids / twins b.

T  he baby. sits near Ted. 2. who has taken the day off. which is the biggest in the state. c a b e h g d f ANSWeR KeY A 1. 6. 4. 5. 8. D 1. T  hat man. a b b a b a B Sentences 1. 2. 4. 3.  My co-worker. 5. whose uncle owns the hotel. 6. is an excellent hotel manager. where we will spend the long weekend. T  he mall in our city. 6. 5. 3. 4. 2. C 1. 6. E are used to / are getting used to used to get used to got used to wasn’t used to used to Certificate huge private framed Stomachache huge painful – G A  nswers will vary. 2. 3. 4. Accept all correct answers in the student’s own language. 7. Janet. 4. who is coming down with a fever. 2.  Our graduation. 5. 6. 3. 2. will take place next Tuesday. 5. which we are looking forward to. F F F F T Swimming Pool huge private heated Página 189 de 189 Page 1 of 1 . H 1. has diarrhea. 5. W  e are going to a country inn.EVeRYDAY ENGLISH 3 Module Teacher’s Notes Test 12 • Situation 5 F 1. is closed today. 3.