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Fourth edition J alele He ro ’s Book Re. Liz and John Soars Fourth edition Headwa Elementary Student’s Book Liz and John Soars OXFORD UNIVERSIT CONTENTS LANGUAGE INPUT la CTS Ree EN Paes eh D1 Youandme Verb abe Personal information ery cntvertatins . emhtre ‘malades, surname 97 i Pel Tnfrom Britl y6 Adjectives Hel, Mrs Brown Poucasive adjectives ‘al eau easy IO Seeyoulaer ‘nyiour pe Opposts adjectives Cea hares cof, haher pf onda olcold ll pease? Verbs havefoive/ike ‘We family Niketomeet you. pl Theva rather Haband. aunt cousin pl2 ive with my parents. p8 Posscsive ‘Mysisters name... 8 B 2 A good job! Present Simple @) Verbs What time si i heshert cms work ear, go play ps Its pveotlock. He comesfrom Jobs Tesh pas ive Shetenchers pid ure, handrese layer Ins twenty fi pas (lated ants Hedestgn buns p20 fe What does he dor He doesn’ live. pls Ws nearly three ‘Hock. pot Je 3 Work hard, play hard! p22 resent Simple (2) Tyoutwethey love singing. p22 Verbs 00k; eat, finish, sing, stay p22 In my free time Social expressions (1) Tim sorry Tm late, What's the matter? Doyou rela af weekend? it gol dance, go tothegym p24 Can you. [dow work p23 nypeteaweaeas 2" F Wha aes mea Adverbs of requeney Sich Tg shopping p26 Excuse me! ays usualy on never 23 Pardon? p29 B 4 somewhere tolive _thereiare “Things in the house Numbers = Thre ig lring oom. p20 of cooker p30 45.250 sometanya lof ‘Wings in the street ‘She has some plates os off, enc 3 Thre ret ay lases. Rooms and household goods Shehaza a of the p32 ving room, bathroom p30 thiatharhesetiose towel te, mas pi Tike hat picture Adjectives or god ad bad How much are these? p32 wonderful great agi p36 Advert adjective very ial big 6 Be 5 super met ‘ania Words that go together Polite requests 2 She an sk Nouns nou bookshop, post ofce Gan The? Tent speak French, p39 Verbs noun: play the guitar Gan ou ope? Adverbs Prepoitions Goulash oi? ‘quite well, not at all, Tean draw very well. p39 Tisten to music, come with me pt Could you tell me 2 Sure, saaheortoeid Sorry. As Where were you yesterday? Toul shen Ts ie, plo ia Teas born in 1980. pt B> 6 tifes ups and downs Postsimple Ragas verte What the datet ny Regular an ook fer pen pA7 Vt scond hind oe id studied p86 Ieregular verbs thethind of pra inegiir igh ote, wom pA ‘Apri the hint gan c,d, met pt Describing lings ol vo thousand ‘Tin expressions red ed oid p52 codon last night esterday morning p49 Describing things Interesting, exciting pS2 2015 twenty fifteen ps ‘SKILLS DEVELOPMENT TON A student's blog “Annalisa’s blog ‘students experiences ‘of school and family in London, England p10) AUN Introducing yourself ‘My surname is Tm 8 years old. p7 TN Personal information Where's he from? p? Annalisa blog p10 Five conversations in Annalisa’ day pil (oN You and your life Ti from goto... p? A blog Keeping an online journal Writing blog pil ‘A really good job Babur Alt~ He's 16 years ‘old and a head teacher! A boy from India teaches, younger children pls “The dancer and the DJ ‘She's a ballet dancer She lives in. She speaks... pl6 Roleplay. “A student and a journalist pls Jobs People and their jobs He’ a pilot She teaches French and Spanish. p20 Conversations about jabs What docs he do? ‘That'sa good job! p20 Improving style Using pronouns lke him, ‘She doesn tke it Rewriting atext pl0s ‘Town and country ‘weekends _My perfect weekend Jamie Cullum and Shilpa ‘Shetty describe what they like doing p26 Roleplay. Interviewing Lisa Parsons p23 Questionnaire ‘Your work-life balance p28 Inmy free time Free time activities People talk about what they like doing in thee free time p25 Form filling An application form - giving personal information Date of birth Please tick (Z) pl06 America’s most famous address Inside the White Howse A description ofthe Information gap Deseribinga flat p3t ‘What's in your bag? ‘There's a wallet, ‘What's in your bag? She hasa phone, p33 Five conversations ‘What or who is it? How do they Describing your home Linking words ‘and, 5, bt, because Writing a description of your building and what Are there any potas? p33 describe it? p36 ‘home pl07 happens there pM Discussion Famous buildings p35 ‘talented family ‘What can you do? Super kids! ‘A formal email A passion for success ean cook quite wel. p39 ‘Apianistand a singer Applying forajob ‘The violinist Nicola ‘Talking about you Pablo Picasso pl Tam interested i the job of. Benedetti andher father Iwas born i Conversations Writing an email pl0s pa Teould walk when Twas... pal Discussion ‘Who ate you cose to in your family? pa You send alot of text messages, ‘The post ofice is near the trafic Tights. pas “The meaning of ife ‘The businessman and the ‘fisherman How to find happiness p50 ‘Talking about a student His mother was born i. He started school... pa ‘Talking about you Tatced TV lastnight When did you last.? pA9 ‘dotcom millionaire p48 Conversations idl you enjoy the film? No, it was boring. p52 A biography Combining sentences However, when, until Writing a biography 109 TG J 7 Dates to remember P54 LANGUAGE INPUT UN Past Simple (2) “He sold the frst car in 1908. p54 Questions How many/When/ Why. pS Negatives Weedidn' have computers. p55 ‘Time expressions in 1905/50 years ago/at 9.00/on Monday p56 eee Adverbs ‘quickly. carefully, badly ast, hard, well ‘fortunately, immediately ps0 BENE occasions Dirthday, Mothers Day Happy New Year! ‘Merry Christmas! pé & 8 Eat inor out? ‘Count and uncount nouns Food and drink ‘Shopping inthe High Street et telchesfapplsegg PD ort, choclate pas, What do you want some tomatoes at p63 "ce wine milé962 Six istoomary. Tikes and Tate sad wie dy at Porurmgh Tie pa ‘paring water stil Smaltrlarget Palikesome wine, pea ater pes ESicttomuch po nintony minced bel yo4 Sounding polite Teese someone verbo Take cole please We dnt have any potatoes. ps “hop fi bo mix po Tne opr mach Tow Daily needs Bowmen orton listers shampoo, How much ute? p65 ‘atein ntefook p68 B 9 cayiving Comparative djectves ‘Adjectives tions Es ‘igen moreromant better worse pO“ warm pote p70 Mepostons ~ one along, sare sof dangerous prt round rough p77 Tre ga «god oh artes Ganyoiell me howto eto Hast yougoracar? 572 ts fasion jewelry pth nara? Superatvesdlctive vs oor te rouabont Bast mos popular best p72. Town and countey Folio he igo 977 ‘square, afice block, cottage, farm, path p76 Fe 10 Where onearth are in/ation for places Describing people Social expressions (2) yon in bedionholdayat work p78 ret, good-looking Ca helpyoutINo, im just, ps Present Continuous handsome Tooking Y Tm coking Blondiatr hair Tmafra cant. What are you doing? 978 brownvblue ees pss Never ind. p85 Present Simple of Continuoust Clothes Teworks adress suit a skirt pB4 HeS working. p80 something nothing Somebods/nobody everynherlanying pt & 11 Going far going to future Verbs ‘Making suggestions = Tm going to bea racing driver. p¥6 Crop sneze ks fll p88 What shal we do? Infinitive of purpose What’ the weatherlike? Lets Were going to Egypt to see the pyramids. sunny. rung cloudy Why dont we .# p89 warm, cool ry p92 Tilgetmy coat p28 B 12 Never ever! resent Perfet Past participles ‘Transport and travel, pe Tre been to Rome own gienseaten pos buatrainplane havent traveled much. p94 take and get ‘ay return ticket to Oxford, everand never take plaertak oftake plese ave you ever metived 2 p95 anexam Where can gt the 360? yetand just They haven’ finished ye. She's just emailed. p96 ‘Tense revision resentipastifuture tenses p97 _get marridet on witht get to work p100 Transport and travel Plght oturn ticket, platform lol How many pieces of hand Tiga? p101 Tapescripts puis Grammar Reference pi34 Word list pras Pairwork Student A ptas Pairwork Student B pis2 ‘SKILLS DEVELOPMENT TON An Ma Sisty years of fight Information gap ‘Talking about my life Planes to rockets insixty years Bill life p36 Alisa’ life p57 Just 60 years separate the first Talking about my life Tellinga story flight from landingon the ‘Lifestories p57 Noises inthe night poo moon p38 Tellinga story Retellinga story p60 Tons ‘Tellinga story Using time expresions during, before, betwee, titer Researching and writing ‘bout ahistorical ‘haracter pO Everybody likesa sandwich! Your favourite recipe ‘What's your favourite sandwich? ‘The history ofthe sandwich ‘What ingredients do you need? p65 Five people talk about ther favourites Who were the first tomake Your favourite sandwich p67 67 sandwiches? pos ‘Twocmails Informal and more formal Lots oflove Best wishes Megacities ‘Comparing places People talk about where they live High-speed Tokyo, Mumbai Theo capital cities p71 Rob talks about living in Pars, p71 “a city of extremes, and vegota bigger house than you! Makiko talks about Tokyo, Multicultural Mexico City 2 Vimahl talks about Mumbai ‘Three huge cities factsand A megacity pr Lourdes talks about Mexico City. p74 attractions p74 Describinga place Relative pronouns which, who, where the book which the girl who ‘Writing about your capital sity pil ‘The International Space Project Who's who? Station ‘Who ison the ISS? p82 Who's rho at the party? p80 Living in space Deseribing someone inthe room/ Interview The ISS is orbiting the Earth inthe news p84 Interview with an astronaut p82 right nove p&2 Describing people Descriptions of people pa ‘Comparing and contrasting Linking words but, however, although Forastart ‘Comparing people you know pus Meet Ed, Will,and Ginger Talking about places We're off Singing for their supper Why did you go there? p89 Tho people Three men walking and Roleplay plans ps singing in Britain p90 Tnterviewinga singer p90 ‘What's the weather liket weather forecast p92 Describing holiday ‘Writing postcard Were having a wonderful time ‘Writing a holiday posteard puis ‘The Glastonbury festival Talking about you “The Glastonbury festival ve been fo Glastonbury! Have you ever? p96 People’s experiences of a music The greatest music festival in Musi festivals p99 Testival p99 the world pos ‘A.pocm ‘Closing the right word ‘Why did you leave? ‘Writing poetry pll7 Extra materials pis Irregular verbs/Verb patterns piss Phonetic symbols p19 am/is/are * my/your/his/her Verbs—have/go/live/lke * Possessve Word groups * Everyday conversations ee ] You and me pe starrer 1 ERED say the alphabet round the class. A,B,C, D,E,F... (wi 2. Stand up in alphabetical order. Introduce yourself to the lass. LV HELLO! 2 Complete the conversation. ‘am/is/are — my/your Listen and check. Read and listen, Practise the conversation. Hello, What's your first name? ‘My name’ Bill And what's your surname? Frasier. How do you spell that? F-R-A-S-I-E-R ‘And where are you from, Bill? B I'm from Chicago. I'm American. A. Thank you very much, = Hello, My _name’s Carla, What’s___name? D David C ___are you from, David? P D from Bristol. Where ___ you from? C ____ Bristol, too! D Oh! Nice to meet you! Stand up! Say hello to the other students. Freda neo x Whitin) randierameisTnetan Ceageremm ttt Fate) 6 Unit] + Youandme PERSONAL INFORMATION he/she — his/her 1 Look at the information about Bill and Sabine. Chicago Zurich age 30 n phone number | 312-555-0749 48.44.900 4754 email address | bfrasier®gmailcom | married? No No 2 cz 1 What's _his surname? Frasier isten and complete the questions about Bill, 2 his first name? Bill 3 Where____he from? Chicago 4 Howold___he?_ 30 5 What’s___phone number? 312-555-0749 6 email address? 7 Is___married? No, he isnt Practise the questions and answers with a partner, Eunos 1 Complete the chart of the verb to be. 2 Write the possessive adjectives. | email addresses: @=at 3 Listen and complete the questions about Sabine. 1 What’s_her_ surname? 2 What’s___first name? 3 Where she from? 4 How old____ 2 5 What’s____ phone number? 6. email address? 7 married? Ask and answer the questions with a partner. Talking about you 4 Ask and answer questions with a partner. Positive Negative Pronouns | Possessive adjectives ‘What’ your surname? What’ your frst name? Tam = Tm V’mnat 1 my. you are= youre | you aren't you a he he she she her + How do you spell your surname? + How old are you? + What’ your phone number? + Whats your email address? + Areyoumarried? Yes, 1am. / No, 'm no: D> Grammar Reference 1112 p14 Yeslam. NOT ¥es:t#m: Unit + Youandme 7 Verbs — have/go/live/like GHEB Listen to and read about Rick life and family Complete the sentences about Rick. to Kingston University abrother and a sister, 1___with my parents in a house in West London, 4. My family really Listen and check. Complete the sentences about you. 1 I 1 Lily! Igoto Ihave Hive wth realy tke Tell a partner Possessive Read the Grammar Spot. Find more examples of $ in the text. Are they is or possession? ms Look atthe sentences My name's Rick. $= is ‘My brother’ name is Edward. = possession =hisname > Grammar Reference 13 pi44 Answer the questions. 1 Who's Edward? He's Rick's brother. 2. Who's Rosie? Peter? Helen? Lily? 3 What’ his father's job? He'sa. 4 What's his mothers job? 8 Unit] + You and me My name’s Tm 19 years old, and I'm a student. Td Igo to Kingston University. I have a brother and a sister. My brother's name is Edward. He's 16 and he's at school. My sister's name is Rosie. She's 23, and she’s married. I live with my parents and my brother in a house in West London. My father, Peter, is a salesman, and my mother, Helen, is a teacher, I'm not married, but I have a girlfriend. Her name's Lily. She's lovely! My family really like her! MV -$ moet) PRACTICE be-am, is, are 1 Complete the sentences with the verb to be. Where you from? you from London? “Yes, 1 “How old _____ you” ‘I 1 ‘your sisters married?" ‘No, they. like you. You __ my friend. 6 Hans. from Germany, he’ from Switzerland, your mother a doctor?” “No, she 81 Italian. I'm French, GHEB Listen and check. 2 Whatis 8, is or possession? 1 My name’ Juan, ‘s=ie My sister’ friend isnt married. Sonia's Italian. She's a teacher. Her brother's wie isnt English. My brother’ children are beautiful ossession Pronunciation 3 GHD Listen and tick (V) the sentence you hear. 1 a ()Hes from Italy. b She from Italy 2 a |What's his name? b (1 What's her name? 3 a |1Your English is good. b [1You're English. Good, 4 a Where’ she from? b Where’ he from? 5 a _)His teacher is from England, b [_]HeSa teacher in England. 6 a 1You aren't English. We aren't English. Spelling 4 GED Listen and complete the names and email addresses. Names ty Email addresses 44. Bayahoo _ 5 zac — @ gmail Talking about you 5. Make true sentences about you with the verb to be. 1 imnot_at home. Wein class We ____ina café. It___ Monday today. My teacher's name My mother and father 1___married. My grandmother _ seventy-five years old. Richard. at work, Read your sentences to your partner. Writing 6 Write about you and your life. Read it aloud to the rest of the class. Unit + Youandme 9 READING AND LISTENING A student’ blog 1 Look at the photos of London. What can you see? What other famous places do you know in London? 2 Work with a partner. Complete the sentences with suitable adjectives from the box. big small nice beautiful expensive interesting difficult easy friendly cold sunny 1 London isfisnt a/an city. 2 The people are/aren't 3. The weather is/isn't 4 English isfisn’t a/an language. Discuss your ideas with the class. 3, GEMD Annalisa isa student in London. Read and listen, to her blog, Are the sentences true (¥) or false (X)? Correct the false sentences. Annalisa is from Italy. 7 She'sin Rome. X She isn'tin Rome. She's in London Peter and Helen have two sons. She's in a small school. Her school is in the centre. ‘The students in her class are all from Europe. Rosie is Annalisas teacher. ‘The National Gallery is expensive. ‘The Underground is difficult to use. 10 The coffee is good. 4 Complete the questions about Annalisa. Ask and answer them with your partner. 1 _Where’s_ Annalisa from? Italy. her school? In the centre of London. name? Charlotte, 4 name? Wilson. 5 their 2 In Notting Hil, in West London. 6 How the two brothers? Edward’ 16 and Rick’ 19. ____ on? Yes, it is. It cold and sunny. Listen, check, and practise. 5. Look at the photos in Annalisa’s blog. What/Who can you see? 10 Unit? + Youandme MY LONDON FAMILY ANNALISA’S BLOG DAY 1: Welcome to my blog! It’s in English!! POSTED ON APRIL 6TH BY ANNALISA Hello! I’m an Italian student. I'm in Notting Hill, London, England! I'm here to learn English. My English family are the Wilsons. Peter (the husband) and Helen (the wife) have three children: Edward, 16, Rick, 19, and Rosie, 23. Rosie’s married. They're very friendly, but they speak very fast! It's difficult to, understand them. DAY 3: My first day at school! POSTED ON APRIL 8TH BY ANNALISA Today is my first English class at St Martin's College. It’s a big school in the centre — in Covent Garden. It's near a lot of shops, cafés, and theatres. It's great! My class is very international! The students are from Mexico, Japan, Egypt, Spain, Hungary, and Switzerland. Our teacher's name is Charlotte. She’s very young and she’s very nice. | really like her. She's a good teacher. DAY 10: | love London! POSTED ON APRIL 18TF Hello again! It's great here. | love London! It’s big, but interesting. | like shopping, but it’s very expensive. | go to the parks. They are really beautiful. And | go to museums and galleries. The National Gallery is free! | go by bus or by Underground — it's very easy. ‘The weather's OK, cold but sunny. The food is OK, too! And the coffee is great! There are a lot of Italian coffee bars in London! Check out my photos! ANNALISA Listening 6 Listen to five conversations. Complete the chart Where's Annalisa? | Who is she with? Vocabulary work 7 What is the opposite adjective? 1 agood student a_bad_ teacher 2 aig city a___town 3 abot day weather 4 horrible cofiee. © a_meal 5 a cheap café an___restaurant 6 an old man a___ girl 7 astow bus a___aar 8 an easy exercise homework inure 1 Complete the verb tobe. am are 2 Complete the possessive adjectives. they D> Grammar Reference 11-12 p+ D> WRITING A blog pio Unit + Youandme Tl VOCABULARY AND SPEAKING The family 1 Complete the diagram with words from the box. 3 Listen and write the names. ‘mother boyfriend wife son Richard Andrea Nancy Tom John Odile Marie babel niece brother aunt grandmother er the family a grandfather |) uncle Ee SS nephew | 0 aitfriena 2 Complete the sentences. 1 My mother’ father is my grandfather 4. Write the names of some people in your family. 2 My father’s mother is my Askand answer questions with a partner. 3. My mother’ sister is my Baas ue 4 My aunt’ husband is my 5. My sister’ son is my : 6 My brother’s daughter is my ___. ne beertah He's my father. Use these words to complete sentences 7, 8, and 9, cousins children parents Who's Louis? He's... 7 Your mother and father are your 8 Your son and your daughter are your 9 Your aunt's children are your 5. Talk to your partner about your family. My grandmother is 72. My grandfather is... They ve... ike my aunt... and have .. cousins... 12 Unit! + Youand me EVERYDAY ENGLISH Everyday conversations 1 Work with a partner. Make different conversations. Hi, 1 “Very well, ane ‘thank you. Hello, Say. Howareyou? Alig, thankyou and yout | Allright, ood morning, Mi Simpson ok, BES ok, Ms Brown, ¢ g Not bad, Not bad, 2 GHB Listen and compare. Practise again. 3. Look at the pictures. Complete the conversations. Bye later _a.good day Good morning of course Can just Good afternoon help. ‘A Bye, Mum! ts time fr school © Good moming! E cant you? B Goodbye daring Have Thave Fo, thankyou. Were ! a coffee, an espresso, please? looking ‘A. Thanks. See you © Yes, Anything else? E Thats OK, D_ No, thank you (6) a i - Pleased tomeet —_Thisis agoodweekend Bye toyou well See you G Frank Gina 1 Thank goodness its Friday! L Good night! Sleep ! She's from our New York office. lan. IM. Good night Tike H Hello, Gina. Nice you K_ Bye, Derek. Have morning 1 Hello, Frank. tomeet J) Thanks Same pees K_ See you on Monday. GEE Listen and check. 4 Work with a partner. Learn the conversations. Stand up! Act out the conversations Unit + Youandme B — Present Simple ()—he/she/it * Questions and negatives Jobs * What time sit? What are the jobs of the people in your family? Tell the cass. Myfatherisa doctor. My mother's... My brother. ee A good job! TWO OUTDOOR JOBS Present Simple - he/she/it 1 Listen to and read about Andrew Johnson and Claudia Luke. What are their jobs? Where do they work? 2 Underline all the verbs in the text: is, comes, ‘What is the last letter of these verbs? Pronunciation 3 Listen and complete the chart. Practise saying the verbs, hes comes: teaches 4. Complete the sentences. 1 Andrew is an engineer. Claudia a zoologist 2 She comes fom the US.He from New Zealand 3 He lives in Scotland. She in Californiz 4 She works in the desert. He onan oil rig. 5 He earns £200 day. She $60,000 a yer. Andrew Johnson 6 She likes her job, and he his job, too. Andrew, 30, is an engineer. He comes from 7 He to the gym in his free time. She her New Zealand, but now he lives in Scotland. dog, Her dog’ name Brewer. He works on an oil rig 440km from the coast 8 She. married. Her husband's is Jim. er Nee ed ea apie. ieee. weeks, and then he has two weeks’ holiday. He earns £200 a day. In his free time he goes to GRRB Listen and check. Read the sentences aloud. the gym and plays snooker. He isn't married. 4 Unit2 + A good job! 5 Complete the chart about Andrew and Claudia. WHAT DOES HE DO? Andrew | Cl Questions and negatives sumame 1 Read and listen. Complete the lines about age Andrew, Practise them with a partner country 1. What does Andrew do? (= What’ his job?) Hes an eb 2 Where doeshe come from? New 3 Does he live in Scotland? ‘he does. salary 4 Does he live in New Zealand? . he doesn't. free time 5 He ‘married. He doesn't have any children. married? orn eeu) 6 Close your books. What do you remember about Andrew and Claudia? Talk about them with a partner. Spear ata ecraad sre the corect orm of ve, Positive Andrew's surname is Johnson. He's $0 and Fame Scotia he comes from New Zealand... Nei He in New Zealand. Question Where ___he__ In Scotland, 2 EEEB Listen. Practise the pronunciation of does and doesnt. doz! Idazl —— fdgznti/ Does he ply football? Yes, he does /No, he doesnt >> Grammar Reference 21-22 p13 Claudia's surname is 2 Complete the questions and answers about Andrew. 1 ‘Where _does_ Andrew _work 2” “Onan oil rig? \___he work hard?” "Yes, he__? 3 ‘How much ‘¢___aday’ he do in his free time?” ‘He and he : ZOOLOGIST 5 he ike hisjob?? Claudia Luke aa he earn?* “he have a dog?” Claudia, 41, is American, She's a zoologist 5 Noh? and she teaches at a university. She lives in Calievaa anil weaks With hae habband! Sisk Bsten and check Askand answer questions at the Research Centre in the Mojave Desert about Andrew with a partner. where she studies snakes and other animals. 3. Ask and answer questions about Claudia, She likes working in the desert. In her free time she writes songs and walks her dog, Brewer. She Crmeenct et (isi ot. earns about $60,000 a year. Unit2 + A good job! 15 PRACTICE The dancer and the DJ 1 Look at the photos of Darcey /'da:s1/ Bussell and David Guetta /'geta/. Do you know them? 2 Read the information about them. Talk to a partner. Darcey’s ballet dancer and David's a DJ. She comes from Job Country Home now Place of work Languages Family Free time Job Country Home now Place of work Languages Family Free time Darcey Bussell Ballet dancer ballet dancer and model London, England Sydney, Australia mainly London and Sydney English and alittle French rmartied to an Australian banker, Adam Forbes two daughters, Phoebe and Zoe writes stories about ballet for children Dj (disc jockey) France Paris allover the world: bia. Mami Maurits Frenchandnglsh ‘married to Cathy from Senegal son, Tim-Elvis and a daughter, Angle writes songs and likes playing music fr his friends Asking questions 3 Complete the questions about Darcey or David. Ask and answer them with your partner. + What. do? + Where..come from? + Where. live now? + Where... work? + speak French? + How many children + What... her/his children names? + What 16 Unit2 * A good job! in her/his fee time? Stress and intonation 4 Listen and respond to eight sentences about Darcey and David. Correct the wrong sentences. Darcey comes from London. She lives in England. 2 GERD Listen and check. Practise again. Yt a) Yes, that's right. ae (No, she doesn't. She ves Ta 1g about family and friends 5 Complete the sentences with the verbs in the correct form, 1 My husband _comes_(come) from Belgium, 2 My grandmother (live) in the next town. 3. My mother 4 (love) reading, My father (travel) a lot in his job. My sister _(speak) Spanish very wel. She (want) to learn French, too. 6 My little brother (watch) TV a lot 7 My friend ‘Tom ___ (write) a blog on the Internet. 6 Match the questions to the sentences in exercise 5 to continue the conversations. a []Does she want to be an interpreter? b [1] Where exactly in Belgium? ¢ [Does she visit you often? []What does he write about? € []What does she read? £ (]Where does he go? g []What does he like watching? 1 Listen and check. What extra information do you hear? Listening 8 GERD Listen to five conversations. What are they about? 9 Listen again. For each conversation, write some of the verbs you hear. Td 4 2 5 Bo 10 Write the name of a friend or relative, Ask and answer questions with your partner. Charlotte | Whois she? A A friend, 4 ae a A Ca) (here does she tee? > a ll What does she ike doing? (“0 axag Ty 0 Listen and tick () the sentence you hear. 1 a JHe likes his job. b [She likes her job. She loves walking. She loves working. 3 a |_|He’ married, b |_| He isn’t married. 4 a [_|Does she have three children? b []Does he have three children? 5 a [_]What does he do? Where does he go? >> wriTiNe Improving style pos READING AND SPEAKING A really good job 1 Look at the pictures. Read these sentences about Babur Ali, Underline what you think is true. 1 Babur gets up at 5 am. / 8.a.m He helps his mother in the house {father at work. He goes to school by bus / car. He studies hard until J p.m. /4 pum. He begins his homework / the classes at 5 p.m. He likes / doesnt like his work, He speaks / doesn’t speak English. He wants / doesn’t want to go to university. 2 Read the first paragraph about Babur, Ask and. answer the questions with a partner, Where does Babur come from? Where does he live? Does his village have a school? Why ishe lucky? Because... How much does his school cost? What does he teach the children? Are all the classes outdoors? 8 Whats his school’s name? Isit free? 3. Read about Babur’s Busy days. Ask and answer questions about the times in Babur’s day. What time does he getup? | (“Ars ovdock. ot es) 4 Read about Babur’s ambitions. Correct the s 1 The school has 60 students. Itdoesn't have 60 students. It has 2 Ithas five teachers. 3. Babur wants to stop teaching, 4 He wants to be a doctor. 5 Look back at exercise 1. Were your answers correct? Roleplay - An interview 5 Work with a partner, Complete the questions. 1 How many students...? 5... your teachers name? 2 How many teachers...? 6 ...agood teacher? 3. What time...start/finsh? 7 What....teach? 4 How much... cost? 8 ...he work hard? Student A You are a journalist. Ask the questions. Student B You are one of Babur’s students. Answer the questions. FEED Listen and compare. 18 Unit2 + A good job! PCLT ETA Co) Uo ate rd bur Ali_ ‘Tlove teaching. Tam never tired? af Ali’ comes from West Bengal in India He is 16 years old.and livesin the small village of Bhabta. His village doesn’t have a school, bil Babur is luicky because he goes to a private school in the next village. His school costs 1,000 rupees, £12 a year. This is too expensive for many children in Babur’s village, but they ‘want to learn, so Babur teaches them everything that he learns. More and more children want to learn, so Babur’s friends help him teach. The classes are in bamboo huts, but sometimes they sit outdoors. The school is free and now has a name, the Anand Shiksha Niketan School, and Babur is the head teacher. Busy days Babur’s days are very busy. He has no free time. He gets up at 5 o'clock in the morning and helps his mother with the housework. At 8 o'clock he goes by bus to his school three miles away. He studies hard all day until 4.00 in the afternoon. Then he travels back to his village and at 5.00 he begins the classes. He teaches English, Bengali, history, and maths until 8.00 in the evening. He says, ‘I love teaching. I am never tired,’ Babur’s ambitions Now the school has 650 students and ten teachers. Babur wants to study at univer | but he doesn’t want to stop teaching. He says, ‘Talways want to teach poor children? VOCABULARY AND LISTENING Jobs 1 Match a picture with a job. CO taxi diver (Oy architect) dentist (Cy hairdresser nurse Cl receptionist. [| joumalist 1 pit CO tawyer 1 secoureart 2 Complete the sentences with a jo. 1 She'sa She cuts hair. Hesa He flies from Heathrow airport. Shesa She works in a hotel Hes an He designs buildings. Sheba She works for a family law firm. Hesa He knows ll the streets of London. She's a She writes news stories. Heésa He looks after people’ teeth. Shes a She works in the City Hospital. 10 Hes an. He likes working with money. Listen and check. 3 Listen, Complete the conversations with the jobs. 1 A’ What does your brother do? B Hesa___. He writes for The Times newspaper. Oh, that’s a good job. A © What does your father do? D Hesan. He works for a big firm in the city. And your mother? What does she do? D E F She a___. She teaches French and Spanish Does your sister work in the centre of town? Yes, she does, She’ a Ritz Hotel E_ Oh, that’s near where I work. . She works in the 4G Areyoua__? H No,I'm not. Ima G Oh, but I want to see a 5 1 Twanttobea____ when I'm big J Iwanttobea ‘They earn lots of money. 1 earn allot too, and they travel the world, Practise the conversations with a partner. Speaking 4 Work with a partner, Have similar conversations about your friends and family. enters (an Oh, what does she study? Ce) Where does...? 20 Unit2 + A good job! EVERYDAY ENGLISH 2 GERD Listen. Look at the times. What time is it? 1 Look at the clocks. Write the times. It’s nearly three o'clock. It's just atter five o'clock. 3 With a partner, draw clocks on a piece of paper. Ask and answer about the ti mmm 4 WD Listen and complete the conversations. Practise them with a partner. 1 A Excuse me, Can you tell me the __, please? B Yes, of course. Its after___ o'clock, A Thank you much. Do ‘me. Can you ___ me the time, please? D I'm don't have a watch, © Never mind, A 3 E Excuse me. What time does the bus leave? & ue Fat ten E Thank you. What time is it now? 5 F Its____five past. 5 a E Five past ten?! F No,no, five past You're OK. No need to hurry. ” When does this lesson 2 LI E GERD Listen and check. Practise saying, the times. What time does your lesson end? At four o'dock. Oh dear! It’s only ano past three! Unit2 + A good job! 21 Work hard, play hard! Present Simple 2)~l/you/we/they * Inmy free time * Socal expressions () Ld 1 What day sit today? Say the days of the week. Monday ‘Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday 2. Which days are the weekend? Which days are you busy? i Present Simple —I/you/we/they ik Ry er ee Look at the pictures of Lisa Parsons. Read and complete the text with the correct verbs from the box. your books and Where does she live? I cook eat have finish © te love What are her two jobs? sing stay work donttdo don't go EEXD | isten again and check. Read the text aloud. “Hi, I'm Lisa Parsons. I'm 24 years old and I '_live _ in New York City. 'm always very busy, but I'm very happy. From Monday to Friday ina bookstore, the Strand Bookstore in Manhattan. Then on Saturdays I another job - I'ma singer with a band. It's great because [love books and I singing, On weekdays I usually work at 6 o'clock, but sometimes 1° late, until 9 or 10 o'clock at night. On. Saturday evenings, I in nightclubs in all parts of the city. 1*___ to bed until 3 or 4 o'clock in the morning, On Sundays, 1°___ much at all, [often "_inallittle jurant near my apartment. I never "_ ona. Sunday. I'm too tired? \ PME one a Questions and negatives 3 GERD Listen and complete Lisss answers Practise the questions and answers with a partner. 1 Where do you lve? Now York. 2 Doyoulike your job? Yes,1_. 3. Doyourelax at weekends? No, 4. Why dont you relaxat weekends? Because | innightclubs. Roleplay 4 Work with your partner. One of you is Lisa Parsons. Ask and answer questions. How old ...? How old are you, Lisa? ce «+ you live in New York? Where ... you work? What time ... you finish work? How many jobs ... you have? + you like your jobs? Why... you like them? What ... you do on Sunday: you cook on Sundays? ten and compare EUG 1 Complete the chart Present Simple | Positive you “work he/she/it we/they ‘Complete the questions and answers. Where __ you work? Where she work? you workin London? Yes, 1 fhe work inLondon? No, he Find the adverbs inthe text always usually often sometimes never D> Grammar Reference 313.2 pBS-16 Listening and pronunciation 5 Listen and tick (V) the sentence you hear. 1 a | }Lisa, why do you like your job? b CLisa, why don't you like your job? 2 a ]When do you leave New York? b [1 Where do you live in New York? 3 a] What do you do on Tuesday evenings? b |_| What do you do on Thursday evenings? 4 a (_]She really loves singing. b L]He really loves singing. 5 a [She reads a lot b [She eats alot 6 a [| Where does she go on Sundays? What does she do on Sundays? Unit3 + Work hard, play hard! 23 PRACTICE Talking about you 1 Use the words in the box to complete the questions. Match the questions and answers. Who How -Whattime- Do Where When Why What VOCABULARY AND LISTENING Inmy free time 1 Answer the questions. + What seasonis it now? Name the other seasons. + What month sit now? Say all the months. 2 Ask and answer the questions with a partner. Give true answers. 3 Tell the class about you and your partner. ive with my parents and my grandmother. Mario tives with his parents, too. Positives and negatives 4 Make the sentences opposite. 1 She's French. She isn't French, 2 don't like cooking. ike cooking 3. She doesn't speak Spanish. 4 They want to learn English. 5 We'e tired and we want to go to bed. 6 Roberto likes watching football on TY, but he doesn't like playing it 7 Iwork at home because I have a computer. 8 Amelia isn't happy because she doesnt have a new car. 9 I smoke, I drink, and I don't go to bed early. 10 He doesn't smoke, he doesntt drink, and he goes to bed early. 5. Write two false sentences. Get the other students to correct them. Um English. | You aren't English! You're Croatian! ‘Ana Mari goes to university. {he doesn't goto university! ‘She works in a bank 24 Unit3 + Work hard, play hard! Gia fae + Which months are the different seasons? 1 What ime. do you get up? a My mother and brothers. 9 dayoa ponubdlg? b Totuey bape 2 Looketthe pictues. Match the words and 3 do youdo on Sundays? ‘© When I get home. picthres, 4 doyoudo your homework? -d At about 7 oclock on weekdays, 5 doyou lve wth? Lalways relax, 6 —— do youlikeyour job? Usually by bus 7 doyoutravelto school? 8 Yes,Idosometimes 8 yougo out on Friday evenings? | h Because interesting levine get Listen and check. going to the cinema listening to music swimming watching TV going to the gym windsurfing playing computer games \ cooking playing tennis playing cards skiing dancing sailing running reading cycling Listening 3 GERD Listen to five people What do they like doing in their free time? ‘When exactly? Complete the chart. What? When? ‘Andy Roger Linda Ben & Josh, Sandra & Brian Tike + ing i | like playing golf | don't like running, >> Grammar Reference 3.3 p136 4. What do you think your teacher likes doing? Discuss in your groups and make a lst. | think he/she likes going tothe cinema. No, I think he/she prefers watching TV. | Ask your teacher questions to find out who is correct. Do you ike ...-ing? Talking about you 5 Tell each other what you like doing and ‘what you don't like doing in your free time. Ask questions to find out details. [dont tke watching TV, but ike reading very much. ' (oh av wit oat Why don't you lke watching TV? >> WRITING Form filling p06 Unit’3 + Work hard, play hard! 25, Town and country weekends Match a verb in A with the words in B. watch TV A 5 watch cards listen to shopping dancing ply musi . late & thepiano TV getup cook Frenchfims dinner GERD Listen and check, Can you remember Lookat the pictures and read the introductions about Jamie Cullum and Shilpa Shetty. What do they do? What do they like doing at weekends? Work in two groups. Group A. Read about Jamie Cullum. Read about Answer the questions about your person. 1 Does he/she stay in the town or country at weekends? 2. Who does she/he like to be with? 3 What does he/she do on Friday evening? 4 What does she/he like doing on Saturday morning’ Where does he/she go shopping? 6 What does she/he do on Sunday? Does he/she like playing cards? 8 Does she/he like cooking? Work with a partner from the other group. Compare Jamie and Shilpa ‘+ What things do they both lke doing? ‘+ What things are different? On a piece of paper write down two things you like doing at weekends. going to clubs and cycling Give the paper to another student, Read aloud the activities. Who is it? WePierrel | Wo,it's Marcus! Y ae: ad GERD Listen to part of a song by Jamie Cullum. Do you like his music? 26 Unit3 + Work hard, play hard! MY PERFECT JAMIE SAYS, ‘In my work I travel a lot and I stay in different hotels, so my perfect weekend is at home with my family and friends. I live in a flat in north-west, London next to my brother, Ben, and at weekends I like being with him and my wife, Sophie. On Friday nights, we often go to a club — we all love dancing, On Saturdays, we get up late and I make breakfast; that's important to me, Then I sit at my piano — its in my kitchen — and I play for a couple of hours. I don't write songs, just play. My cat, Luna, listens Sometimes in the afternoon we go shopping in Portobello Market. [love old things. I have black leather cowboy boots from there. Also, [look for old postcards — I like reading about people from the past. In the evening, we often watch a French or Japanese film — I enjoy foreign film After that I like playing cards — poker — with friends, sometimes until early Sunday morning, We sleep late on Sundays, but then I like cooking Sunday dinner, usually roast chicken. I really enjoy cooking, In the evening I call my parents and my nan ~ they like hearing about my week SHILPA SAYS, ‘Here in England my perfect weekend begins at my home in the countryside with my husband Raj Kundra. On Fridays, we usually watch TV, but sometimes friends or family come to play cards — poker. Hove poker. We get a takeaway pizza — pizza goes best with playing cards ~ and I drink green tea. [love green tea, at about 10.45, and then I bath. Sometimes I watch TV in the bath or On Saturdays, I get up late, have a lo listen to music. I like staying in the country at weekends — ove walking barefoot on the grass. We go to a pub for lunch ~ | like the pudding: pudding. I prefer to have Saturday evening at home We like watching cookery programmes; Jamie Oliver especially sticky toffee is my favourite. I like cooking Indian food, but not at weekends, ‘On Sundays, I love shopping and gardening. | always buy my clothes from small boutiques, and I love visiting garden centres. I love flowers. My homes in Mumbai and England are always full of beautiful white lilies. I don’t cook on Sunday, we prefer eating out and sometimes, if we have time, we go to a spa hotel for a swim and a massage. It’ a great way to end a perfect weekend SPEAKING AND LISTENING Your work-life balance 1. Read and complete the questionnaire about you. Write 7 or X. Then look atthe answer key. Do you have a good work-life balance? 2. Ask your teacher the questions, then ask two students. Complete the questionnaire about them, (esta) cy Yes, = 3. Discuss in small groups. Who has a good work-life balance? Who lives to work? 4 GERD Listen to Dr Susan Hall, an expert on the work-life balance. Answer the questions. 1 Why does she say that work is important? (Dovoutke your work? Gene wit) ke your work? 2. Why is play’ important? 3 What is the problem with taking work home? 4 What's her final advice? What do you think? ‘+ How many people do you know who love their work? + Do youknow people who dont lve thei work? + “IFyoulike your job, you never have to work again’ Do you agree? Writing 5. Write about your partner. Use the information from the questionnaire. Maria isa student. She tkes her classes very much ‘She doesn't have many free-time activities. She 28 Unit3 + Work hard, play hard! Questionnaire Your work-life balance DO YOU...? Me T SI S2 | like your work EEE 2 have many free-time activities BeEG 3 spend a lot of time with family and BEeEs 4 relax at weekends Seen 5 have breakfast before you go to work Been 6 travel far to work EEE ES 7 sometimes stay late at work BEES 8 often bring work home BEee 9 have trouble sleepir SEn ae 10 think about work when you are athome = fl KEY: Scoring points How doyou score? osvers |-3—2points for ves | 0-2 pointe » Youlive to work Answers 45 point for YES | 3-5 points = Your work-life balance is OK Answers 6-10 Opoints fr YES. | 6-8 points = Your work-life balance excellent. l Social expressions (I) Look at the pictures of Hakan, a student of English in Oxford. Where is he? Who are the other people? Look at the first lines of conversations in A. They are all conversations in Hakan’s day. Who says the lines? Is it ...2 + Hakan + another student ‘+ hishost family + the woman who works inthe coffee bar + his teacher A Bye! Have a nice day! Tim sorry I'm late, The traffic’s very bad this morning What's the matter, Hakan? Do you have a problem? Can I open the window? Its really warm in here. Can you help me? What does bilingual mean? Do you want a macchiato? Excuse me! Is this seat free? Parlez-vous francais? Hi, Hakan! How was your day? Match a line in A with a line in B. GEXID Listen and check. B __ Never mind. Come and sit down. L_ Thanks, Same to you. See you later. — Good, thanks. Really interesting, How about you? ____¥es its. Do sit down if you want. ___ Yes. Idontt understand this exercise. ___ It means in two languages. __ Timsorry. I don't speak French, _— Sure xd idea, It is hot in here, isn't it? Pardon? Can you say that again? Work with a partner. Practise some of the conversations, ‘Try to continue them. A. Bye! Have a nice day! B Thanks. Same to you. See you later. ‘A. Right! At about four o'dlock? B Well, er... school doesnt finish till four. A Oh, OK! See you about 4.30, then! EEXIB 1 isten and compare your conversations. Unit3 + Work hard, play hard! 29 Somewhere to live There is/are * some/any/alot of * this/that/these/those Adjectives * Numbers and prices 1 Write the words in the correct column. sofa cooker busstop fridge livingroom | kitchen street DvD player table postoffice oven cafe armchair pavement washing machine chemists bookshelves traffic lights mirror 2 GEEBB isten and check Practise the words. | There is/are ~ prepositions Josie wants to rent a flat. Listen and complete her conversation with her friend Emily Here's a flat in Queen's Road! E [sit nice? There's a big living room, E Mmm! And there are two bedrooms. E Great! What about the kitchen? anew kitchen, E Wow! How many bathrooms Er just one bathroom. E a garden? No, a garden. E It doesn't matter, It sounds great! Practise the conversation with a partner 30 Unit 4 + Somewhere to li Enon ‘Complete the chart Positive | There_is_a shower. There two bedrooms. Negative | There ___a garden. There_aren't_any carpets, Question a dining room? How many bathrooms >> Grammar Reference 414.2 pB6 Look at the photos of the flat. Describe the living room, There’sasota. There are two armchairs. ‘Ask and answer questions about the flat. ' sen joner — (_Sthareashoer? afridge Yes, three dining room How many ... are there? bedrooms bathrooms armchairs Are there any ...? pictures bookshelves carpets Listen and check. sce so auch) Queen's Road ea and s mplete the sentences with the correct preposition. ‘The flat’s in Queen's Road. Its the first floor. Its a chemist’, ‘The chemists is_a clothes Theres a mobile phone shop the clothes shop. ‘There's post office _ the flat. ‘The bus stop is___ the café. ‘There’ a bench atree, Listen and check. Work with a partner. Ask and answer questions. Student A Look at the advert for a flat on p149, Student B Look at the advert for a different flat on p152 Look at the advert on p149. Listen to the description. There are nine mistakes. Shout Stop! when you hear a mistake ‘Stop! There aren't four bedrooms! There are ony three! ‘Work with a partner. Draw a plan of your home. Show the plan and describe your home to your partner. (my inna room there’ e ) Unit 4 + Somewhere to live 31 A NEW FLA some/any/a lot of Josie isin her new flat. What does she have? What doesn't she have? Tella partner. plates ¥/ pictures Vv shoes V/V/V towels x cups Vv Listen and check Erinn 11 Whats the difference between the sentences? ‘he has five plates. ‘She has some plates. She has alot of plates 2. When do we use some? When do we use any? ‘There are some cups. There aren't any glasses. Does she have any clothes? >> Grammar Reference 434.4 p186 32 Unit 4 + Somewhere to live this/that/these/those Look at Josies shopping list. What does ings to buy “glasses towels a lamp kettle mugs Look at Josie and Emily: apoio "I conversations. How much is this, please? A Its £45. Tike that E Yes, its lovely! | J. How much ae these A They're £15. love those E They're fabulous! J Look at E They're beautiful! E Doyoulike J Yeah Ita great colour! J How much are A £5 each. % J Look at ! E You dor't need any more clothes! GERD Listen and check. Practise the conversations. | Singular this that Plural these those D> Grammar Reference 45 p16 eee ne PRACTICE In our classroom 1 Complete the sentences with some, any, or 1 Thave a dictionary and_some_ books on my table. 2 There aren't ___ Chinese students in our class. 3 Dowe have___ homework tonight? 4 Ineed help with this exercise Is there ___ test this week? difficult exercises in this book, very good teacher. ‘There are but we have 2. Write sentences, then talk about things in your classroom. There's abig window. ‘There are some chairs. These are my books. That's the teacher's bag. What's in your bag? tn 3 Listen to Christina. Tick (7) the things & she has in her handbag. aphone [|adiary [_Jalipstick [_janaddressbook || pens photos [_aniPod stamps |_| keys (la purse ¥ 4. What does she have? What doesn't she have? ‘She has a phone and some pens. She doesn't have an iPod, and she doesn't have any stamps. 5 Work with a partner. Ask and answer questions about whats in your bag. Do you have a wallet? Check it 6 Tick (V) the correct sentence 1 [1 Do you have some dictionary? Do you have a dictionary? 2 (]Here are some photos of my children. Here are any photos of my children. 3 [Ihave a lot of books. Thave a lot books. 4 Pete, this is Dave. Dave, this is Pete. Pete, that is Dave. Dave, that is Pete. 5 [don't have some money. I dont have any money. 6 () Look at these people over there, Look at those people over there. Unit 4 + Somewhere to live 33 America’s most famous address Look at the pictures of the White House What can you see? What do you know about the White House? Do you think these sentences are true (V) or false (X)? 00 years old. 1 The White House is more than 2 No one lives in the White House. 3. All the rooms are government offices. 4 The Oval Office is where the President works. 5 The White House is open to the public. 6 ‘There are a lot of things for a president to do in his free time. Read the text and check your answers. Answer the questions, 1 The White House has two uses. What are they? Where exactly in the White House does the President live? 3 Where does he work? 4 Where do special guests stay? 5. What is in the Oval Office? 6 What does each new president change? How much does it cost to visit the White House? 8. How many people work in the White House? 9. What can the President do to relax? Find the numbers in the text. What do they refer to? 50 - There are fitty states. 304 million 6000 35 five six MO oo tet 34 Unit4 + Somewhere to live INSIDE THE The White House, 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington DC, is the most famous address in America. It is where the United States President works, but it is also his private home where he lives with his family. He has children’s birthday parties, holiday dinners, and weddings in this world-famous building. Lele eltee iy First built in 1800, the White House is where the President of the United States governs a country of 50 states and 304 million people. He lives with his family on the second and third floors, There are 16 bedrooms, a living room, a kitchen, and a dining room. Special guests stay in the Queen’s Bedroom or the Lincoln Bedroom. In the West Wing are the staff offices. The President's own office, the Oval Office, is also there. It has three large windows behind the President’s desk, and there i fireplace at the other end. Each new president chooses new curtains, new furniture, and a special new carpet. There are pictures of old presidents on th id there is the famous desk, a gi from the British Queen Victoria in 1880. [Ask and answer questions about things in the White House. = heise Is there a cinema? + many offices ae Z~ (Yes, there is + many bathrooms + aswimming pool + alibrary + any elevators + atennis court (Are tirs mantis?) BiGiesn ) + avegetable garden \r Matcha verb witha place. Make sentences You can cook in the kitchen, Verb Place ook bedroom sleep office have a shower dining room relax living room eat garden work itchen read bathroom grow vegetables library Research a famous building in your country Where is it? Is it a government building? A cathedral? A museum? Tell the other students about it, THE WHITE HOUSE DAY BY DA’ ‘The White House is open to visitors. Its free. About 6,000 people a day visit. The President meets special guests in the East Room, and he talks to journalists in the Press Room. About 150 people work for the President in the West Wing and. for the First Lady in the East Wing. Another 100 people look after the building day and night. There are 132 rooms, 35 bathrooms, and five kitchens, all on six floors. There are three elevators®. The State Dining Room is big enough for 140 guests. Outside, gardeners grow fruit and vegetables. There is also tennis court, a jogging track, and a swimming pool. Inside there is a movie theater", a billiard room, a bowling alley, and a library. As former President Reagan said, ‘The White House is like an eight-star hotel!” levator (US) Sinema Unit 4 + Somewhere to live 35 VOCABULARY AND LISTENING ‘Adjectives for good and bad Adverb + adjective 1 There are a lot of different words for good and bad. 5. Look how we use adverbs to ttoe Write the words in the chart. make an adjective stronger or not so strong. iiocoag excellent DOUGH EG amazing geod! bad O06 O0eng lovely excellent OOOO onD terrible DOD OGo00 great Oop e000 fabulous m6 wonderful horrible | & | Q0d00 awful O0000000 fantastic np 000000 2 EMD Listen to the intonation, _—™N _ ds 3 NYG WeWonderfull They're awfull She's fantastic! Listen again and repeat. Practise the other adjectives. 6 (HB Listen to five conversations. Who/What are they ive do they use? 3 Listen to the conversations. Match the nouns a — ———————— with the adjectives. 1 Angela's car | realy expensive 1 AliceS new boyfriend fantastic — fabulous 2 2 Bers new fat |\ om 3 4 3 the weather lovely : 4 the meal/the wine horrible terrible GEHEB Listen again. Practise the conversations. 5 new shoes excellent - wonderful an y 7 Work with a partner. Have conversations. Start: 6 the new teacher seat - amazing 7 ; 1 Is your town old? 1s ice?” Look at ((EHIB on p122, and practise the BUR your sche ie conversations. 3s your flat big?" 4 Work with a partner. Continue these conversations. ls your town old? “The weather’ lovely isnt it?” Well, there are some parts that 1 2 ‘Ita great party, isn't it?” are od, but there are alot of 3 ‘Do you like Thomas?” very new buildings as wel... 4 ‘Hows your meal?” 5 6 “What do you think of your boss?” ‘Do you like my new flat?” 36 Unit4 + Somewhere to live EVERYDAY ENGLISH Numbers Prices 1 Lookat the pictures. Say the numbers. 5. Say these prices. 2 aD “= 3 9 3s foo 6 (EHD Listen and write the numbers and prices you hear. 1 4 7 Work with a partner. One of you works in a shop, the other is a customer. Have conversations. 2 Say these numbers. Sxcuse mel 8 0 6 How much are these...? | { Oh, they're very special! They're £200. 2 2 6 Co What That's crazy! That's much too % ” 187 20 ‘expensive! No, thanks. Not today. 3001000 1000,000 sten and check. Practise again. 8 Write numbers and prices from your everyday life ‘ell your partner about them, 3 How do we say these numbers in English? Ms 0 68 m5 conten onasim 97S (ERED Listen and check. Practise the numbers. 4 GEEB Write the numbers you hear. €2.30 (_ My bus fare to works €2.30. 1 36, 3 Unit 4 + Somewhere to live 37 Super me! ee an a can/cantt * was/were/could * Words that go together * Polite requests Do you know the comic hero, Superman? Where does he come from? What can he do? isten and compare your ideas. SUPERMAN IS FANTASTIC! can/can't 1 Alfie and his cousin Ivy are talking about Superman. ‘Complete what Alfie says using can and the verbs in the box. Superman’ fantastic! Hmm! What can he do? He can do everything! No, he can't! Yes, he ean, He at the speed of light, he through buildings, and he every language in the world! GERD Listen and check 2 Listen tothe rest ofthe conversation. Answer the questions. + Which languages do they tlk about? + Which sports do they talk bout? 3 Complete the lines from the conversation with can or cait+ verb, 1 ‘“Gan_ you __ any languages?” ‘Yes, Ian, [___ French and Spanish 2 ‘You__ _ French at al!” 3 ‘1____ skateboard! You _!" 4 ‘___ yoo abit, but my mum and dad brilliantly? ‘Superman, everything. There’ nothing Superman i Listen and check. Practise the sentences with a partner. 38 Unit + Super me! Ee 1 Say ll persons of can and can't What do you notice? ean, yOu can, He, SHE ay Ran, WEany they. leant, you 2. GEER Listen and repeat these sentences 3 Say these sentences rao) 2e°@ Youcanswim. I cant ski D> Grammar Reference 51 pI37 PRACTICE Ivy can’t cook. Can you? 1 Listen and complete the chart for Ivy. Put (7) or (X). Gar tyy | Your partner speakaforeignlanguage | V cook x skateboard | swim play tenis ski play any musical instruments 2 Work with a partner. Ask and answer questions about Ivy Gone uf | vo ny 3 Complete the sentences about Ivy with adverbs from the box. (oot) atal(2) ait bit (x2) quite well very wel really well briliantly 1 She can speak Spanish alittle bit. 2 She cantt cook 3 She can swim 4 She can play tennis 5 She can ski 6 Her dad can play the guitar 7 Her mum can play the piano 8 She cant play anything. GHRB Listen and compare the sentences. 4 Ask questions to complete the chart in exercise 1 about your partner (Ganyou speak spanish? ) (Yes but not vary wel.) ——S., 5 Tell the class about you and your partner. José can speak Spanish really well, but I can't. 6 GEEB Listen and undestine ine what you hear. 1 She can / can't cook. 2 can / can't hear you. 3 They can / can't come to the party. 4. Can / Can't you see my glasses anywhere? 5 You can / can't always get what you want. 6 Can / Gantt you do the homework? 7 With a partner, take turns saying the sentences. Say if you hear can or cart. Unit S + Superme! 39 TODAY AND YESTERDAY Past — was/were/could 1 GEEB Read and listen to the questions about the present and the past. Complete the answers. What month was it Itwas Was it sunny yesterday? Where were you 1 was in/at ‘are your parents now? Where were they yesterda ye in/at They were in/at in England now? Were you in England fam./——_,fmnot. __, Iwas. /_ =, 1 Can you ski? Could you ski when you were five? ——ean,/—_, can't. __, I could. / __,, Tcouldn't, teacher speakalot Could your teacher ages? when he/she was seve can/No,can't. Yes, could. / No, EU nen Ask and answer the questions about the past in exercise 1 with partner. 1 Complete the Past Simple of tobe. tre | Neate wasnt — 3 Complete the sentences with the past of the verb fo be and can. werent 1 [wasn’t at school yesterday because I ill. — 2 My parents ___at work last week. They ___on holiday — in Spain, —s 3 Where _____you last night? I phoned, but you 12. Whats the past of can? Positive Negative oes hen A Vyouhe/she/it/we/they 4 read and write when just five 7 5 Mysister__read untilshe seven, 3 GERD Listen and repeat the sentences. D> Grammar Reference 52~53 pI7 Talking about you 4, Work with a partner. Ask and answer questions about you. + at 800 this morning + at 10.00 lastnight + at this time yesterday + last Saturday evening + last Sunday morning Where were you at 8.00 this morning? ‘was at home/in bed/ at work/in town... 40 Unit * Super me! PRACTICE Child prodigi 1 Look at the photos. Who are the children? ‘What can they do? Why are they ‘child prodigies’ 4 ay J Cleopatra Stratan 2 Listen and complete the sentences about Marc Yu. Read them aloud, Marc Yu - Pianist 4 He_was_born on January _, 19_, in California, USA. 2 He_____the piano and the cello. 3 He_____the piano when he __ 4 He ___ the cello when he Last year, he played with Lang Lang, the famous Chinese pianist, in New York. They a big success, 3 Work with a partner. Look at the information and make sentences about Cleopatra, Cleopatra Stratan — jinger she/born/October 7th, 2002/Moldova, near Romania, 2 She/sing beautifully when/just two years old. 3 When/three, she made an album, La 4 Her album/a big success, 150,000/sold round the world. GEWD Listen and check 4 Ask and answer questions about Mare and Cleopatra + When / born? + Where / born? + How old / when / could..2 sta de tei ai Listening 5. Pablo Picasso was also a child prodigy. Read and complete the conversation about him. Publ Licasse- 25 October 1881-8 April 1973 " Hey. look at that panting! ts Picassolgg Oh yes! Fantastic \ Where! was Picasso born? In Malaga An! Sohe? Yes he? Spanish? his parents rich? Well they’ ___richand they ®__ poor. His father, Don José, painter and a professor of art. His mother, Dofa Maria,°__a housewife. [A So,?___lcasso good at drawing when he ® young? B Oh,yes.He" ___achild prodigy. He” _draw before he” _ speak. Hisfirst word" dpi, which i Spanish for pencil ‘A Wow! What a story! Listen and check. Practise the conversation, Talking about you Work in groups. Ask and answer the questions about you. 1 When/born? 2 Where/born? 3. Where/parents born? 4. How old were you when you could ...? + walk + talk + read + swim + rideabike + usea computer + speak.a foreign language D> WRITING A formal email 108 Unit S + Superme! 41 READING AND SPEAKING Atalented family 1 Do you have any talented people in your family? What can they do? 2. Look at the pictures of Nicola Benedetti and her father, Gio. Read the introduction to the article. Answer the questions. 1 What does Nicola do? Why was 2004 special for her? Where does she live? What does her sister do? What does her father do? 3 Work in two groups Group A Read about Nicola, Answer these questions 1 Was music important in her family? 2. How old was Nicola when she could play the violin? 3. Did her father work hard? 4 Were her grandparents rich or poor? 5 Ismoney important to Nicola and her father? 6 8 Does her father like classical music? What does she teach her father? What does he teach her? When does she play the violin with her sister? Group B Read about Gio. Answer these questions. Where was Gio born? Why couldn't he buy the Jaguar car? What was Gio’ business? How old was Nicola when she could play the violin? Can Gio play a musical instrument? What music does he like? What doesn't he like? Does Nicola work hard? Why does he cry? 4 Work with a partner from the other group. Tell your partner about your person. Language work 5. Who or what do these adjectives from the text refer to? busy important dificult proud hard-working classical expensive _—_—passonate poor close independent sentimental Nicoa’s father was always busy What do you think? Work as a class. Discuss the questions. + Do Nicola and Gio have a good relationship? + How are they similar? How are they different? + Does Nicola have a good relationship with her sister? ‘+ What about your family? Who are you close to? Why? A PASSION FOR SUCCESS Nicola Benedetti is a world-famous violinist. She was the BBC Young Musician of the Year in 2004 when she was 16. She lives in Chiswick, west London, near her sister, Stephanie, who is also a violinist. Their father, Gio Benedetti, is a businessman. He lives with his wife, Francesca, in Scotland. When I was young, music wasn't very important in our house. Then, when I was four, I started playing the violin, In my first lesson, I was so happy, | couldn’t stop crying My dad, Gio, was always busy. He was very hard-working. His parents were poor, so he wanted to give me and my sister everything. I like hard work too, and I know what I want ~ if someone says to me “You can’t do that”, 1 think “Oh yes I can!” That’s very like my dad But my dad’s a businessman, and I'm an artist. Money is ver ant to him, but for me, success isn’t the same as earning lots of money. He likes the music I play, but he doesn’t like classical music very much, I teach him about music, and he tells me about business. impo! My sister and I are very close. We sometimes play together — not professionally, but at family occasions like weddings and at Christmas. ive for my work. I never want to stop. Music is my life. Gio Benedetti A PASSION FOR = Business 1 was born in a small village near Lucca in Italy. We were poor but happy. When | was ten, I came to Scotland to live with my uncle, It was very difficult When I was 16, there was a beautiful car - a Jaguar ~ in the shops but I couldn't afford it It was too expensive. So I started a business to make money - a dry-cleaning business. Soon there were 15 shops. By the time I was 19, 1 could afford the Jaguar. That was a very good day! Nicola was always independent, like me. She could play the violin when she was four. Now she plays concerts all over the world. | am so proud of her. She practises for seven hours a day, Scotland is so proud of her. Everybody knows her now. I can’t play any musical instruments. | like country and western music, but not classical Nicola knows what she wants. She has a passion to succeed, like me, and she works very hard to get it. When she plays the violin, she’s passionate - that's the Italian in her When I see her play, | often cry. I can’t help it I'm very sentimental. * Zi Unit + Super me! 43 VOCABULARY AND LISTENING Words that go together 1 Match a noun in A with a noun in B. Do we write one word or two? post office businessman 8 8 book room motor (12) ~shop/store sun station (2) living park bus wy hand bike raiway lights ar stop trafic asses petrol bag. 2 Test the other students on the nouns that go together. (scm a 3 GED isten to three conversations. Write all the noun + noun combinations you hear. 1 _postoffice , —__ Me Bo, 4 With a partner, write a short conversation. Include some noun + noun combinations. Act your conversation to, the class 44 Unit S + Super me! Verb + noun 5. Match a verb with a noun, cw mom ‘send. aar rive children ride alot of text messages speak asuitand tie eam Talot live ‘three languages play amotorbike wear onthe third floor look after alot of money watch ‘the guitar 6 Ask and answer questions. Do you send alot of text messages? crs) Do you earn alot of money?, Don't be silly! OF course not! 1 Listen to the short conversations. After each one say which verb + noun combinations you hear. 8 Work witha partner. Look at GEHEB on p123. Choose two of the conversations and learn them by heart. Prepositions 9 Complete the sentences with a preposition from the box. of to from on _at__with for 1 Do you like listening _to__ music? 2. What sort _ music do you like? 3 Where's your girlfriend 2 Is she Mexican? 4 IsPaula married __ Mike? 5 Do you want to come shopping __ me? 6 Were there any good programmes television last night? 7 What do you want __ your birthday? 8 Can I speak _ Dave? Ishe _ work today? GERD Listen and check, What are the replies? Practise the conversations. EVERYDAY ENGLISH Polite requests 1 GERD Listen and complete the conversations. Where are the people? ‘A Can you open the for me, please? € Sure. No A Thanks. ‘A Can Ihavea please? B Yes, of course 2 What differences are there in A’s requests in exercise 1? 1 Can/Could|...? and Can/ Could you...? express a request Can/Could| ask you a question? Can/Could you do something for me? 2 Can/Could express an ability {ean swim /I could swim when was four 3 GEMD Listen and repeat the requests. Notice how the intonation falls and rises. — Ff _ CF Can have acoftee, please? Could you tell me the time, please? Practise the conversations in exercise 1. 4. Complete the requests with Can/Could I Can|___ hae a cheese sandwich, please? post this leter for me, please? ‘give me your email address? speak to you for a moment? __lend me £20 till tomorrow? ‘give mea hand with this box? GEIB Listen and compare. Can you remember the replies? Practise with a partner. ? or Can/Could you A Could you A Could I have the the » please? SE Its 10.30, D Certainly, Madam.) # A Thanks a lot. please 5 Have more conversations with some of these prompts. acola pay by credit card the bill a vanilla ice-cream a glass of water aretum ticket borrow your dictionary 4 me a favour try on these jeans sit next to you sivemealift pen the window (an have a cola, please? Of course. Diet or regular? Sorry. We don't have any cola ae Unit S + Superme! 45 Life’s ups and downs Past Simple (!)- regular and iregular * Describing feelings * What’ the date? py © ‘When were your grandparents and great- srandparents born? Where were they born? What were their jobs? Were they rich or poor? IF you know, tell the class. : He was born in about 1420 in... AMERICA’S RICHEST WOMAN Past Simple ~ regular verbs 1 Look at the photos. Do you know anything about the American TV star Oprah Winfrey? 2 GEBB Read and listen to text A. Complete it with the verbs you hear. Answer the questions. + Is Oprah Winfrey rich? + Where does she lve and work? + How much does she ean? 3 Read and listen to text B about her childhood. Answer the questions ‘+ Where and when was she born? + Were her parents rich? ‘+ Was she clever? What could she do? nce 1 Complete the sentences about Oprah with the verblive. Now she___in California. When she was cil she _ with her grandmother. 2. Read text B. Find the Past Simple of work, clean receive, study, and start. How isthe Past Simple formed? >> Grammar Reference 61 p38 46 Unit 6 + Life's ups and downs Ouidin y WAAC) TED THE WOMAN Oprah Winfrey \_is_a famous American TV star She in California, but she also*_an apartment in Chicago, where she * Oprah is one of the richest women in America, She * millions of dollars every year. She °__a lot of ‘money to charity. HER CHILDHOOD i Oprah was born on January 29, 1954, in Kosciusko, Mississippi. Her parents were very poor. Her father, Vernon, worked in. aicoal mine and her mother, Vernita, cleaned houses, They couldn't look after Oprah, so she lived with her grandmother, Hattie Mae, Oprah was clever She could read before she was three. When she was 17, she received a scholarship to Tennessee State University, where she studied drama, She also started reading the news at the local radio station, 4. Whatis the Past Simple of these verbs? watch study talk move eam 0 Listen and check. 5 GEEB Listen to text C. Complete it with the Past Simple form of the verbs in exercise 4 1 Where _did_her father work? Ina coal mine. 2 What ___her mother do? In 1984, Oprah ‘_moved_ to Chicago to work on a TV talk Schama lous Ww hicago. ( ‘ing show called A.M. Chicago. She to lots of interesting 9 Whs.__‘opah_eunt people about their problems. Oprah says, Her grandinstien, People’s problems are my problems. 4 What____she___? ‘The show was very successful, so in 1985, it was renamed Drama. ‘The Oprah Winfrey Show. 49 million people in 134 countries 5 When_____ she Michael Jackson? __ it every week. In 1993, she ‘___ Michael Jackson In 1993. and 100 million people ‘_ the programme. Last year, she ‘__$260,000,000. Her charity work In 1998, Oprah ’___ the charity Opral's Angel Network to help poor children all over the world, In 2007, she *_ a special school in Johannesburg, the Oprah Winfrey Academy for Girls. She says, ‘When I was a kid, we were poor and we didn’t have much money. So what did I do? I hard. 6 How much the __last year? ‘There are 152 girls at the $260 million school, Oprah calls them 7 When she _the girls school? her daughters ~ the In 2007. children she didn’t have . 8 ____herparents__ much money? in real life ™~ No, they did’ Listen and check, Practise the ‘questions and answers with a partner, Unit 6 + Life's ups and downs 47 PRACTICE Talking about you 1 Complete the questions with did, was, or were. 1 Where_were_ your parents born? 2 Where you live when you a child? 3. ____you live in a house or a flat? 4 When ___ you start school? 5 Who your first teacher? 6 Who____ your best friend? 7 When ___ you learn to read and write? 8 When you get your first mobile phone? 2 Work in groups of two or three. Ask and answer the {questions in exercise 1 some of the information you learned. Pronunciation 4 Listen to three different pronunciations of ed. ‘ty worked (di lived hid) started 5 Listen and write the Past Simple verbs in the chart. Then practise saying them. i. ial hdl 48 Unit 6 + Life's ups and downs BEN’S UPS AND DOWNS Irregular verbs 1 Write the Past Simple of these verbs, (There isa list of irregular verbs on p158.) Test your partner. be _was/wore leave begin lose an make catch meet come send, get take five win - write have D> Grammar Reference 63 p38 2 Read about Ben Way. What were his ups and downs? Ben Way He made his first million at 17. He was one of the first dotcom millionaires. Then he lost it all ... And now he’s a millionaire again! How did he do it? 3. Read and complete the PROFILE of Ben with the verbsin, the Past Simple. Compare your answers with a partner. Listening 4 EBB Listen to-an interview with Ben, What else do you learn about him? 5. Make the questions. Ask and answer them with a Wt eo rr ot Whee? 2 [eter 1 What/Ben’s parents do? Why/he have problems at school? What/his dad give him in 19892 Whofhe help with their computers? Whyfhe leave school at 162 ‘When/he win ‘Young Entrepreneur of the Year’? Why/he lose his money? PROFILE Ben Way dotcom millionaire He "was _ (be) born on 28, September 1980. 2__{g6} to schoo! in a small Devon vile He ws en ho > (can a) ‘and waite. ‘When he was nine, his father “__ (give) him a computer. He 5 (take) his ‘computer everywhere with him. At 11, he# ___ (write) his first software program. ‘When he was 15, he” (begin) his own ‘computer company. He * {leave} school at 16. AY 17, he® (make) his first £1 million. At 19, he ___{have) £18.5 million. ‘A120, he "___ (win) "Young Entrepreneur ofthe Year! BUT THEN - at 22, he started a new company called Rainmakers’ and he became @ millionaire all over again! When he was 21, he '2___(lose) everything. PRACTICE Regular and irregular verbs 1 Complete the sentences with the verbs in the Past Simple. 1 Mygranddad_was_(be) born in 1932. He (die) in 2008. 2 My parents ___ (meet) in London in 1983. They _ (get) married in 1985. 3. 1___(arrive) late for the lesson. It (begin) at 2 o'clock 41 (catch) the bus to school today. It (take) just 40 minutes SI (have) a very busy morning, I (send) 30 emails before 10 o'clock. 6 Our football team (lose) again. 7 My brother (win) the match 3-0. Your team. (carn) a lot of money in his last job, but he (leave) because he (not like) it 8 I___ (study) Chinese for four years, but when I_ (go) to Shanghai, I (can not) understand a word, Listen and check, Talking about you 2. Make true sentences about you using a positive or negativ. 1 watch TV yesterday WER eah 1 naman, 2 get up early this morning i have coffee and toast for breakfast come to school by car yesterday play computer games on Friday evening send a text just before this lesson ‘meet some friends last night go shopping yesterday euauee Compare answers with a partner. 3 Work with your partner. Ask and answer questions with When did ‘you last ...? and the time expressions. Ask another question to get ‘more information, + havea oy 2 ath aD Ree core + gotothe cinema + talk on your mobile night week weekend 5 seamen ins) eee + catcha bus lastafternoon X last evening + givea present é * + have diner in a restaurant |_ PP Grammar Reference 64 pI38 4 “Tellthe lass some things you learned about your partner Nina hada holiday last Auguctand she went to tay, D> WRITING GERI A biography ive Unit 6 + Life's ups and downs 49 LISTENING AND READING The meaning of life 1 Look at the pictures and read the introduction to the story of The Businessman and the Fisherman. Answer the questions, + Where was the businessman? Who did he meet? Did he ik the fish? What did he sy? ‘What nationality were the two men? 2 |Close your books and listen to the conversation. Who do you think has the best life? 3 Are these sentences true (/) or false (X)? Correct the false sentences. 1 The businessman and the fisherman met in the morning. 2. Ittook the fisherman an hour to catch the tuna, 3. He stopped fishing because he had ‘enough fish for his family. 4 The fisherman is often bored because he has nothing to do. 5. The businessman went to Harvard University. 6 He gave the fisherman a lot of advice. ‘The fisherman gave the businessman some fish, 8 He went to a bar with the businessman, 4 Read and complete the story of The Businessman and the Fisherman. Listen again and check. 5. Retell the story round the class. What do you think? + Do you thnk the fisherman follows the businessman advice? Why/Why not? + What isthe moral ofthis story 50 Unit 6 + Life's ups and downs “How long did it take to catch them?’ the American asked. ‘Oh, about |___ hours; said the fisherman. Why didn’t you fish for longer and catch more?” The Mexican replied, ‘I *____ want to fish for longer. With this, 1 ___ enough fish for my family: But what do you do with the rest of your day? Aren't you bored?” The fisherman smiled, ‘I'm never bored. I get up + play with my children, watch football, and take a siesta with my wife. ‘Sometimes in the evenings I walk to the village to see my friends, play the guitar, and sing songs.” The American couldn't understand, ‘Look; Tama very successful businessman, 1*___ to Harvard University and 1”_____ business. 1 can help you. Fish for four hours every day and sell the extra fish you catch, Then, you can buy a bigger boat. catch more, and *__— more money. Then buy a second boat, a third, and so on, until you have a big fleet of fishing boats. You can export the fish and leave this village and move to Mexico City, or LA, or New York City, and open a fishing business: The fisherman smiled, ‘But how long will all this take?” ‘The businessman thought about it fora bit. ‘Probably *___ 15 to 20 years, he said, ‘And then what, Seftor?” asked the fisherman. Why, that’s the exciting part!’ laughed the businessman. ‘You can sell your business and become very rich, a millionaire!” ‘A millionaire? Really? But what do I do with all the money?’ The young fisherman didn’t look excited The businessman could not understand this young man. ‘Well, yout can "work and move to-a-lovely, Old fishing village where you can sleep late, play with your grandchildren, watch football, take a siesta with your wife, and walk to the village in the evenings where you can play the guitar, and sing with your friends all you want? ‘The fisherman's wife and children came running to meet him. Papa, papa ""__— you catch many fish?” T#___ enough for us today and tomorrow, and some for thi gentleman; said their father. He gave the businessman some fish, thanked him for his advice and went home with his family. VOCABULARY AND LISTENING Describing feelings 1 Match these feelings to the pictures. Oi annoyed C1] excited O bored Ci tirea C7 interested [7] wortied today. 1 Lwent to bed late last night, so I'm very 2 My football team lost again. I'm really __! 3 I won £20,000 in the lottery. Im so___! 4 Lcant find my house keys. I'm really 5 Ihave nothing to do and nowhere to go. lam so__! 6 The professor gave a great lecture. I was realy. Listen and check. 52 Unit 6 + Life's ups and downs Use the words from exercise 1 to complete the sentences. -ed and -ing adjectives can end in both -ed and -ing ok was interesting, | The lesson was boring. inthe book. | ‘The students were bored. 3 Complete each sentence with the correct adjective. 1 excited exciting Life in New York is very Its my birthday tomorrow. I'm really 2 tired tiring ‘The marathon runners were very. ‘That game of tennis was very annoyed annoying ‘The child’ behaviour was really _. ‘The teacher was ___ because nobody did the homework. worried worrying ‘We were very __ when we heard the news. ‘The newsis very. ‘Work with a partner. Complete the conversations with -ed and -ing adjectives from exercise 3. 1A B Did you enjoy the film? No, I didnt. It was___. Oh, Hoved it. It was really, didn't laugh once! How was your exam? ‘Awful. P'm very But you worked really hard, know, I studied until two in the morning, but then I ‘was so today, I couldn't read the questions. Dont worry. I'm sure you'll be OK, and very funny. paovoee ‘That was a great match! Really Only because your team won. Iwas Butit wasn't___at all! It was a fantastic game! Well, I didn't enjoy it, and now I'm paid €45 for my ticket. 4G When's Nina’ birthday? You mean ‘When was her birthday?” It was last Friday, ‘March 24th, G Oh no! Was she No, no, she was just any more. ic E F E FE because I that forgot? that you didn‘ like her (GEBD Listen and check. Practise the conversations. 5. Look again at the text on p51. Find examples of -ed and -ing adjectives. EVERYDAY ENGLISH What's the date? 1 Write the correct word next to the ordinal numbers. fourth twelfth twentieth twenty-second second thirtieth thirteenth —_ seventeenth fifth tenth. sixteenth —first- third ‘sixth thirty-first 1st frst 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 10th 12th 13th 16th 17th 20th 22nd 30th 31st Listen and practise saying the ordinals. 2 Say the months of the year round the class. 3. Work with a partner. Ask and answer questions about the months. Ge 3/4/1999 or 3 Apri 1998. say: ‘The third of Apri nineteen ninety-nine? ‘or Api the third, nineteen ninety-nine” ‘wo thousand and one ‘wo thousand and twelve, or twenty-twelve 4 Practise saying the dates. o 1 April 29/2/76 LZ 2 March 9/12/83 0, br 17 September 3/10/99 y 9 November 31/5/2005 15/7/2015 Listen and check, Listen and write the dates you hear. ) sk and answer the questions with your partner. What's the date today? When did this school course start? When does it end? When's Christmas Day? When's Valentine's Day? When's your birthday? What are the dates of public holidays in your country? What century is it now? What were some important dates in the last century? 6 BVOGR ODE & OKO OM 7. Write some important dates for you. Ask and answer questions about the dates with your partner, Unit 6 + Life's ups and downs 53 — Dates to remember Past Simple (2) * Questions and negatives. * Time expressions Adverbs * Special occasions ———— 1 Work in groups. Do the history quiz Discuss your answers with the class. When did Henry Fordsellthe € When was the fst talking $3 Nos tntsin pubs first Model-T motor car? Z movie, The Jezz Singer? SD his theory of relativity? a in1g03, a inig03 a about 100 years ago b in 1908 b inio15 b about 60 years ago 1910 in1927 ‘ € about 50 years ago \ 2 How many peoplediedin the * When wastthe first non-stop _g) When was the © Second world War? SD flight aroundthe word? 4g Russian Revolution? a about 20 milion ‘a-about 90 years ago a in 909 b about 60 million b about 60 years ago b insouy © about 80 million © about 30 years ago © ini917 When did the Berlin Wall €% Onwhat date in1969 did come down? man first land on the moon? a in1945, a on20 July b inso75 b on3 May € in1989 © oni August When ©) How many number t hits did century end? ‘The Beatles have in the UK? at midnight on 31/12/1999 an bb at midnight on 31/12/2000 bi 2 EEDB uisten and check your answers. Which group won the qui? 54 Unit7 + Dates to remember Past Simple — questions and negatives Listen to Tommy talking to his grandad, Bill, about ‘When Bill was young. Tick (V) the things they talkabout. programmes on TV sport pocket money housework comics holidays Listen again and complete Tommy's questions. Perry 1 How _many TV channels _were there? AE aia Fart Sperm 2 ___-did programmes begin? 3 pocket money fou get? Present simple Past Simple 4 of comics __ you _? lant to go. Lwanted tog, 5 you ___ on holiday? He loves 6 you there? Do you watch TV? 7 you go to the same place? Where does she work? GHED Listen and check. With a partner, ask and answer | dont buy sweets the questions ‘They don't go on holiday. ‘What did Bill say about these things? > + colourTV It wasn'ta colour TV lke now. + Tprogrammes + planes * pocket money Petey Foes sold the fest Model |__1908. + dishwashers + holidays Iwas born _17 Apel 199. Ourlessons begin__nine olock. Tommy saw Bll two days Imagine what Bill said about these things. ‘+ computers We didn't have computers n those days! ‘+ mobile phones + fastfood» ‘theme parks >> Grammar Reference 71-72 p39 Unit7 + Dates toremember 55 PRACTICE 1 Match a question word in A with a line in B and an answer in C. ‘fiend from work : then id youbuy? Bybus 4 How ee | oe, ” you go 6 vie eythane veo 7 Howmany | SH! ¥oupay? Ashir. 8 How much Only one. Listen and check, Practise the questions and answers. Bill’ life 2. Work with a partner, Student A Look at p150. Student B_ Look at p153. ‘You have different information about Bill’ life. Ask and. answer questions. 56 Unit7 + Dates to remember Time expressions 3 Write the correct preposition. in at on seven o'clock the morning Saturday Sunday morning. night July 2009 the weekend summer the twentieth century 4. Work with a partner. Ask and answer questions with ? Use a time expression and ago in your + you getup ‘When aa you getup this morning? ye hie inset At seven o'clock, + you arrive at school + you start learning English + you start at this school + thisterm start + youlast use a computer + youtast go on holiday + your parents get marred + youllast have a coffee break ‘three hours ago. 5. Tell the class about your day up to now. Begin like this | got up at seven o'clock and had breakfast. left the house at... Listening and pronunciation 6 Listen and tick (V) the sentence you hear. 1 a (_]Where do you want to go? b [| Why do you want to go? 2 a|_|I don't go to college. b [IT didnit go to college. 3a Where is he? b [1 Where was he? 4 a [Do youllike b[_|Did you like it? 5 a |_|Why did he come? b [| Why didn't he come? 6 a [_|She doesn't work there. b [_|She didn’t work there. Talking about my life Work with a partner. Freddy is at a party talking to Alisa Look at Freddy's questions. Us ‘What did she say? You arent English, are you, Alisa? Where are you from? A No ~ Russian - born t Petersburg Is that where you grew up? ‘A Yes - lived ~ parents ~ two sisters ~ house near the university ~ father worked ~ university ‘Oh, how interesting! What was his job? Was he a teacher? ‘A Yes - professor ~ psychology Really? And what did your mother do? ‘A doctor ~ worked - hospital So, where did you go to school? A High School - ten years ~ 18 ~ university ‘What did you study? AA philosophy and education ~ university ~ Moscow ~ four years Wow! And did you start work after that? ‘A No ~ travelled — States - six months - worked - summer camp — Yellowstone National Park - amazing! Itsounds great! And what's your job now? ‘A work — junior high school ~ Paris - teach Russian and English ‘Your English is really good! Well, it was very nice to meet you, Alisa! ‘A Nice ~ meet - too. Bye! Listen and compare. Alisa at work Practise the conversation with a partner. Swap roles and practise again, ‘Make some notes about your own life story ‘Work in groups. Tell each other your life tories. Ask and answer questions. What dil you ...? How tong ...? Who ...? Did you enjoy it? Unit7 + Dates toremember 57 READING AND SPEAKING Sixty years of fight 1 Look at the pictures. Who are the men? What did they do? When did they do it? 2 Read the titles. What was ‘phenomenal’? 3. Work in two groups. Group A Read about the first air journey Group B_ Read about the first man on the moon, Answer the questions. 1 When and where did the journey begin? 2 How long did it take? 3. How far was the journey there? 4 How fast did he/they go? 5 Where did the journey end? 6 Inwhat way was this flight a beginning? 4 Find a partner from the other group. Compare and swap your answers to exercise 3, 5. Work with the same partner. Look again at the texts and. answer these questions Blériot 1 Why was Blériot’s flight difficult? 2 Was the weather good? 3 How did he know where to land? 4 What did he win? Apollo 11 5 Why couldn't the astronauts sleep? What did Armstrong say as he stepped onto the moon? How long did they spend walking on the moor’s surface? 8 What did they leave on the moon? Speaking 6 Find the numbers in the texts. What do they refer to? 1909) 37 430 40 250 1000 [BBY ee 3027 sto nion ow 2 Listen and check. 7 Work with a partner. Use the numbers in exercise 6 to help you retell the stories. 58 Unit7 + Dates to remember g as | TO Mialsalede MAN ON ROCKETS IN SIXTY YEARS flight and the first man on the moon. In the 20th century, progress in aviation was phenomenal. On July 25 1909, a Frenchman, Louis Blériot, became the first man to complete an air journey when he flew from Calais, in the north of France, to Dover, in the south of England. Blériot’s flight amazed the whole of Europe. People thought that such a journey was impossible. SS see Louis Blériot, The flight wasn't easy. Mr Blériot, a 37-year-old engineer, couldn't swim, so he didn’t want to come down in the Channel. He couldn't walk very well because of an injury to his leg, and he didn’t have a compass. On the morning of the 25th, he took off at 4.30 from a field at the edge of a cliff. It took 37 minutes to complete the 22-mile journey. The plane flew at 40 miles per hour at an altitude of 250 feet Everything went well until he flew into fog. ‘I continued flying for ten minutes, but I couldn't see the land, only the sky and the sea. It was the most dangerous part of the flight. I wasn't worried about the machine. It flew beautifully. Finally, I saw the land he told reporters. ‘When he got to Dover, he saw a French journalist waving a flag. He cut the engine at 60 feet and crashed into a field ‘The news quickly went round the world, and Mr Blériot’s flight was celebrated in London and Paris. He won a prize of £1,000 The crossing was the start of modern aviation, said Louis Bleriot, the grandson of the pioneer. ‘On 16 July 1969, at 9.30 in the morning, Apollo 11 lifted off from the Kennedy. ‘Space Center in Florida. There were three astronauts — Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins. The enormous rocket took three days to complete the 250,000 miles to the moon, travelling at six miles per second (21,600 miles an hour). Then it circled the moon 30 times, giving time to prepare for the landing. ‘The lunar module landed on a part of the moon called the Sea of Tranquillity at 8.17 in the evening on 20 July. It was time for the astronauts to rest, but they were too excited to sleep. At 3.00 in the morning on July 21, Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the moon. Six hundred million people all over the world watched on TY. As Armstrong took his first steps, he said the famous words, ‘That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” ‘Armstrong and Aldrin spent two and a half hours walking on the moon. They collected samples and set up scientific equipment. Finally, they put up a US flag, After 22 hours on the moon, the lunar module lifted off and flew up to join the rocket that took them back to Earth. They left an inscription: ERE MEN FROM THE PLANET EARTH FIRST SET FOOT UPON | HE MOON, JULY 1969. WE CAME IN PEACE FOR ALL MANKIND, This flight was the be, VOCABULARY AND LISTENING Adverbs Telling a story 5. Complete the sentences with your own ideas. It started to rain, but fortunately, Uhad an umbrella James invited me to his party, but unfortunately, Everything went well ... Suddenly, six friends arrived for lunch. Fortunately, . ‘The plane flew beautifully. 1 saw a beautiful pair of shoes in a shop. Unfortunately 1 Look at these sentences from the texts on p59. i 2 3 4 ‘The news quickly went round the world ... 5 Iwas fast asleep, when suddenly ... 6 7 8 ‘The words in bold are adverbs. [saw the accident happen, Immediately... eimaliysineyiout ups US fag. ‘When I met her at the party, my heart stopped. I really... Theard a noise, got silently out of bed, and went slowly... GRAMMAR SPOT 1 Regular adverbs end in -y. quickly slowly carefully quietly badly really 2. There are some common regular adverbs drivefast work hard feelwell getup early/late > Grammar Reference 73 pl39 2 Are the words in italics adjectives or adverbs? 1 a Smoking is a bad habit. 'b We lost the match because we played badly. 2 a Please listen carefully. bb Jane's a careful driver. 3 a Isa hard life. b work hard and play hard. 3 Match a verb with an adverb. Sometimes there is more than one possible answer. Verbs Adverbs ‘work fluently speak English carefully breathe fast domy homework | late drive hard ave deeply 4 Put the word in brackets into the correct place in ‘6 Look at the picture and listen to the man, What the sentence. did he hear in the middle of the night? We had a holiday in Italy. (terrible) 7 iis: Number the adverb fen again, Number the adverbs 1-8 in the order lost my passport. (unfortunately) foubest them 1 2 3 Icontacted the police. (immediately) 4 Ttwas a journey because the trafic was bad. (long) 5 Fortunately, Sally’ a driver. (good) 6 She speaks Italian (well) 8 Work with a partner, Take turns to retell the story. Use the adverbs to help. Db WRITING Tellinga story p10 60 Unit7 + Dates to remember EVERYDAY ENGLISH Special occasions 1 Look at the list of days. Which are the special days? Match them with the pictures. birthday yesterday Faster Day Mothers Day ——Hallowe’en New Yearstve today Monday Valentines Day __weekend Friday wedding day tomorrow Christmas Day 2 Which days do you celebrate in your country? What do you do on these days? make a cake wear special clothes _—_givecards and presents _give flowers or chocolates hhaveaspecial meal havea party 0 out with friends have fireworks 3. Complete the lines, What are the occasions? 1 Happy. 4B Ce Happy. G Happy. F So, Happy, H Pardo F Your. G 51 its everyone! KA 6 © Wake up, Mummy! Happy D Thank you, darling. Oh, what beautiful flowers! ‘And a cup of tea! Well, arent I lucky! © And we made you a card! Look! D Its beautifull What clever children you are! very happy. ‘ion! 7 M Thank goodness its Friday! N Yeah! Have a good __! M Same to you, 4 jsten and check. Work with a partner Learn some of the conversations by heart. Unit7 + Dates to remember 61 Eat in or out? Count and uncount nouns * some andany * Ilike and Id like How much? or How many? * Food and drink * Shopping in the High Street ee # * 1 Lookat the pictures. Which foods did you lke as young child? Which didn't you lke? Were you a fusy eater? Tell the class. 2. Match the food and drink with the pictures. Listen, then say the lists aloud as a clas. bananas wy b %& * coffee ‘apples wine ‘strawberries ‘yoghurt ; pasta peas. i 7 apple juice bread mil chocolate broccol 3 Which list, A or B, has plural nouns? Complete these sentences with is or are. Broccoli__ good for you. Tomatoes good for you Apple juice —_ delicous ‘Apples delicious. ‘Can we count broccoli Can we count tomatoes? / b> Grammar Reference 81 p139 ice-cream 62 Unit 8 + Eat in or out? WHO'S A FUSSY EATER? Count and uncount nouns - some, any, a lot of 1 Duncan and Nick are students. Listen to their conversation. + Who isthe fussy eater? ‘+ What didn't Duncan like when he was a kid? What did he lke? ‘+ Where do they goto eat? 2 GHED Listen again and complete the lines. 1 ‘Oh, good, we have some tomatoes? 2 ‘Ididn't like a__ of things when I was a kid? 3 ‘Ididn't like ___green vegetables? 4 ‘Did you like ___ vegetables at all?” 5 ‘liked fruit, but not all? 6 ‘Idrank a___ of apple juice? 7 ‘Wiked the usual things kids like? Euros Read the sentences. When do we use some and any? ‘There’ some wine. | There ae some tomatoes ‘Thereisnitany beer. | There arent any apples Isthere any coffee? | Are there any bananas? >> Grammar Reference 8.2 p19 Vike 3 Duncan and Nick are in Romano’ Italian nd I'd like ... restaurant, Read and listen to their conversation with the waitress. Good evening, guys. Are you ready to order? I think we are, What would you like, Nick? Pasta, of course. [love pasta. Td like the spaghetti Bolognese. Same for me, please. I really like spaghetti Great! And would you like the wine list? No, thanks. Just a glass of red for me. Would you like some wine, Nick? zoe vey N_ Yes, but I dont like red wine. 1d like a glass of dry white, if that’s OK. W That’ fine. N_ Oh,and can we have some water too, please? W Ofcourse, Would you like sparkling or still? D_ Just some tap water, thanks. W No problem. Read the sentences. Are the sentences true (V) or false (X)? Correct the false ones. 1 Duncan and Nick both order the same meal. 2 Duncan doesn't like spaghetti very much. 3 They would both like some red wine. 4 Nick only likes white wine. 5 They don't want any water. 6 Duncan would like some sparkling water Practise the conversation with a partner. ime 11 Which pair of sentences means Do you want/I want...” Do youlike wine? | Would you like some wine? like apples 1 like some red wine. 2. Weuse some, not any, when we request and offer things. Would you lke some wine? Can we have some water? 3. Weuse any, not some in other questions and negatives. There arent any tomatoes. Is there any pasta? D> Grammar Reference 83 p39 Unit + Eatin or out? 63 PRACTICE Would/Do you like .. 1 Choose Would/Do you like ...? or IIT like . 1 Excuse me, are you ready to order? Yes. I like | Ti like a steak, please. 2 Would / Do you like a sandwich? No, thanks. 'm not hungry. 3 Do! Would you like Ella? ‘Yes. She’ very nice. 4 Do/ Would you like a cold drink? Yes, please. Do you have any apple juice? 5 Can Thelp you? Yes, Ike | Td like some stamps, please. 6 What sports do you do? Well, Id like / I like skiing very much Listen and check. Practise with a partner. 2 Listen to some questions What are the correct replies? 1 [like French wine, especialy red wine Wed like a bottle of French red wine. 2 [just cheese please | dont like ham. Id like a cheese and ham sandwich 3. [like book by Patricia Cornwell ike books by Patricia Comwell 4 [1d tke a new computer. ike Apple Macs more than PCs. 5 [| No, butflike a dog ike dogs, but | don't ke cats much 6 No, thanks. | dont ke ice-cream. 1d like some ice-cream please Listen and check. Practise with your partner. a or some? 3. Write a, an, or some. 1a banana 7 apple 2 some fruit 8 ___toast 3 egg 9 sandwiches 4 bread 10 biscuits 5 milk cup of coffee 6 meat 12 apple juice 64 Unit 8 + Eatin or out? EATING IN some/any, much/many 1 Duncan and Nick want to cook Cottage Pie for their girlfriends. Look at the recipe. What do they need? They need onions, minced beet | COTTAGE PIE | ingredients 1 2 medium onions, chopped 1 500gminced beef romloil | medium carrots, chopped 1 goog tomatoes J tbsp thyme 1 Salt and black pepper 1 1 , 1 & Topping 4 large potatoes 50g butter 100g Cheddar cheese asm milk 2. Work with a partner. Look at their kitchen worktop. What is there for the recipe? Use some/any and not much/not many. There are come onions. There isn't much cheese. There aren't any carrots. 3 Complete Duncan and Nick’ conversation with, some/any and much/many. 1N This recipe for Cottage Pie looks easy. D But I cart cook at all. N Don't worry, I really like cooking. Now, vegetables ~ do we have _any_ onions? Are there__carrots or potatoes? D Well,there are__onions, but there aren't _carrots, and we don't have __potatoes. How _do we need? N Four big ones. D OK, put potatoes on your list. N And how tomatoes are there? D Only two small ones. Put them on the list too. N How. milk is there? D Theresa lot but there isn't cheese or butter. N OK, cheese and butter. What about herbs? Do we have __ thyme? D Yeah, that's fine. But don't forget the minced beef. How do we need? 1N 500 grams. Now, is that everything? D Er I think so. Do we have oil? Oh yeah, there's __left in the bottle. 1N OK, first shopping, then I'll give you a cooking lesson! D Tilike that. I hope the girls like Cottage Pie. N Everyone likes Cottage Pie! (GERD Listen and check. Practise with your partner. Emon 1. Weuse many with count nouns in questions and negatives. How many potatoes are there? There aren't many onions. 2. Weuse much with uncount nouns in questions and negatives. How much butteris there? There isn't much ol 3 Inthe positive we use alot of. ‘There are alot of tomatoes. >> Grammar Reference 84 p19 ‘There's. lot of milk. PRACTICE ‘much or many? 1 Complete the questions using much or many. 1 How much toast would you like? 2 How ___ yoghurt do we have left? 3 How ___ people were at the wedding? 4 How ___ money do you have in your pocket? 5 How ___ petrol is there in the car? 6 How ___ children does your brother have? 7 How ____ daysis it until your birthday? 8 How time do you need for this exercise? 2 Choose an answer for each question in exercise 1 a __Just 50p. © __Two more minutes. b F __Two. A boy and a girl ¢ _L Just one slice, please. g __ About 150. d __Notallot.Justone hh __ Its fall strawberry and one raspberry. Listen and check. Practise with a partner. __ Its tomorrow! Check it 3 Underline the correct word. How many eggs / butter / milk do you need? We dontt have much biscuits {cheese | potatoes left Tim hungry. Pd like a sandwich / bread / apple. Ta like a/ some / any fruit, please Would you like some tea / sandwich / vegetable? ni 2 3 4 5 I don't like broccoli / an ice-cream | some ham. 6 7 How many money / cousins | family do you have? 8 We have no / much / many homework today. Speaking 4. Work in small groups. Who can cook? Look at the picture of the Cottage Pie. How do you think it is made? You can use these verbs. chop Check the recipe on p155. fry boll mix add Project What are your favourite recipes? Choose one. Find out the ingredients you need and how you make it. Tell the other students. DD WRITING Two emails pil2 Unit 8 + Eatin or out? 65 AKING Everybody likes a sandwich! ‘When did you last have a sandwich? What was in it? 2 Read the text quickly. Find these names. Hillel the Elder + John Montague + Biza Leslie + Dagwood Bumstead Who are the people? What is their connection to the sandwich? Read the text again. Work with a partner to complete the lines with information from the text 1 Hillel the Elder made his sandwich with nuts, apples and spices, and ... 2 “Trenchers' were the first... 3 The Earl of Sandwich sometimes liked to ss-at the same time. Tee ae 4 The Beef Steak Club chefs put ... two slices of bread. 5 recipe for ... was very popular in America 6 Sandwiches became popular worldwide because Dagwood Bumstead is . ‘The Dagwood sandwich is made with a... of meat, cheese, and vegetables. 4. How many kinds of sandwich can you think of? Write them down. Share ideas with the class. 66 Unit 8 + Eatinor out? PECs ata g 14 ‘A famous rabbi, Hillel the Elder, made the first recorded sandwich. He mixed some nuts, apples, and spices with some wine, and put it between two matzohs (pieces of flat bread). TET estas People used bread as plates. They put meat and vegetables onto some bread and ate with their fingers. These were the first open sandwiches, and they called them ‘trenchers. The name ‘sandwich’ first appeared. An Englishman, John. Montague (1718-1792), the Fourth Earl of *Sandwich, liked to eat and gamble at London’s Beef Steak Club. Sometimes he stayed 24 hours at the gaming table. He was hungry, but he didn’t want to stop gambling, so the chefs from the club put some beef between two pieces of bread, and he ate while he gambled. This new meal became very fashionable with other men in the club, and. they called it the ‘sandwich’ after the Earl, * Sandwich is a town in the South of England. 19th Century An American writer, Eliza Leslie, introduced sandwiches to ‘America. In 1837, she wrote a cookbook, ‘Directions for Cookery. In it she had a recipe for ham sandwiches: ‘Cut some thin slices of bread and ham. Butter the bread and put the ham between two stices with some mustard. Eat for lunch or supper! Americans loved them. 20th - 21st Century Sandwiches became very popular indeed. They were easy to make and they were a wonderful, cheap, portable meal for workers and school children. Did you know...? The ‘Dagwood’ sandwich is the sandwich to top all sandwiches. It is enormous! Named after the American cartoon character Dagwood Bumstead, it is made with a great many layers of meat, cheese, tomatoes, egg, salad, and vegetables. eh Believe it or not, there is a World Sandwich Week! In a survey, people were asked, What's your favourite sandwich? en and complete the chart with words from the box. bacon beef cheese chips fish fingers ham onions sugar ‘tomatoes peanut butter mustard mackerel olives _basil Fn] ‘Angus from the North a4 ham and mustard Ulla from Denmark 8 Tom from London Marianne in Italy John in Turkey What is your favourite sandwich? Discuss with the class, + Which of the sandwiches in exercise 5 would you like to try? + eat sandwiches often? When? ‘+ What are the most popular sandwiches in your country? Unit + Eatin or out? 67 Daily needs Match the words from the shopping list with the pictures. SHOPPING LIST oe Seite @e | 0@ | Ove | Oe vee aspirin GEHID Listen again, and repeat the words Of course you can buy all the things in the pictures in a supermarket, but which High Street shops can you buy them in? newsagent’ hardware shop chemists _stationer’s {Yow an buy an adaptor ina hardware shop. EVERYDAY ENGLISH | Shopping in the High Street 1 Listen and complete the conversations with the words in the boxes. 1 [toomany sort all enough A. Ti like some batteries, please. B What_sort _ do you want? AAA, please. B Would you like a packet of four or six? A Sixis___. Four is B Anything else? ‘A That’s____, thanks. toobig large else € Can Thave some toothpaste, please? D Small or © The large is. D Anything ___ C No, thanks, How much is that? ‘The small is fine. 3 [toomuch better only Tm looking fora nice pen. What about this one? Its £25 No, that’s ‘Well, this one is £12. ‘That’s___.. And I need some pencils as well. ‘There are ten pencils in this packet. But I____want two! ‘Tm afraid I only have packets of ten. Sorry. amt eo I don't want to spend that much. 2. Work with a partner. Learn two of the conversations. ‘Act them in front of the class. 3. Have similar conversations using other things on the shopping list on ps. Sounding polite 4 GERD Listen, and look at these lines of conversation in café. Which sound more polite? Can have a sandwich? ‘cup of te. ould you bring me a smoothie? (like a coffee, please. want a latte. Give me some cake with that! 5 Complete the conversation in a café. ‘A. Hi! What can I get you? B Udtke A. Sure. Have in or take away? a latte, please. Have in, ‘And what size do you want? Small, medium, or large? + please, >o>o Would you like anything to eat? A croissant? Some toast? some toast, please? some honey with the toast? B A No problem. B A. Sure, Take a seat and I'll bring it over. EEXEB Listen and compare. Practise the conversation. ‘Try to sound polite. 6 Have similar conversations in a café with different things to eat and drink. po STARTER 1 Think ofa town or city in your country Say where its. lt'sin the north/south/east/ 2 GERAD Listen to the descriptions of two cities. Which cities are they? LONDON AND PARIS Comparative adjectives 1 GERD Read and listen to the conversation Which do you prefer, London or Paris? ‘Well, I'm from Paris, so of course I love Paris. London's a lot bigger than Paris Yes, this is what people say. ‘And the food is better. ‘Well, 'm not so sure about that . pure > o> Practise the conversation, What are the differences between London and Paris? London's bigger than Paris. bigger —romant 2. What is the comparative form of the adjectives in the box? tall taller expensive - mare expensive tall. expensive hot cheap nice wet City living Comparative and superlative adjectives * have got Town and country * Directions Its true, Paris is much smaller, but it’s more romantic! /sea... onthe River Work with a partner, Test each other on the comparative forms, 4G Check the spelling. Look at the pictures of London and Paris. Compare the two cities. Use I think ... and the adjectives from exercise 2. + the Eiffel Tower/the Gherkin | think the Eiffel Tower is taller than the Gherkin + the Métro/the Underground ~ €€€? £&¢? think the Métro is... + the weather — warm? wet? Uhink its + the buildings | think the bulaings .. + the people | think the people GEEB Listen and compare, Practise the lines, 4 Listen to Rob, an Englishman who lives and works in Paris. Complete his sentences. touse 1 The Métro is cheaper and _ea than the Underground. 2 Paris is certainly than London. 3 Paris, in fact, is than London; but in London there are wet days 4 The architecture in Paris is but the buildings in London are 5 Life is 6 Londoners are generally than Parisians. 7 People in London work 8 In Paris, having a good time is in London. and they earn 5. Work with a partner. Close your books. Try to remember what Rob sai. PRACTICE Comparing cities 1 Complete the conversations using the comparative form of the adjectives 1 A New York is older _than_London. (old) B_Noyit isnt! New York is much _more__ modern ! (modern) 2A Tokyois___ Bangkok, (cheap) B_No, it isnt! Tokyo's much ___! (expensive) 3 A Seoul is Beijing. (big) B_No,it isnt! Seoul is much _! (small) 4A Johannesburg is Cape Town. (safe) B No, it isnt! It’s much __! (dangerous) 5 A. Taxi drivers in New York are ___ taxi drivers in London, (good) B_No, they aren't! They're much __! (bad) Listen and check 2 Work with a partner. Practise the conversations in exercise 1 Be careful with stress and intonation. New York is muich more iodern! 3. Work in small groups. Compare two capital cities you know. {is bigger than ls nearer the but... is safer Unit 9 + City living 71 A PARISIAN IN LONDON have got 1 Listen to Chantal, a French woman, Where does she live and work? Is she married? 2 Listen again and complete the questions and answers. Practise them with a partner. Hil 'm Chantal! I've got a good job in a bank. Q Have_ you got _a flat? C We Q —— André. C He a shop in Camden. He sells French cheese! a nice flat in Camden, a job? Q © Nol a car, I go everywhere on public transport. Its much easier, you Eur 11 Have and have got both express possession ‘We use have got more in spoken English Ihave a good job. Ive got a good job. Do you have ance fla? = Have you got ance lat? She doesn't have acar.= She hasnt go aca. 2. Thepast of have and have got is had. 'had aboring job, sol ef. D> Grammar Reference 9.2 pi40 3. Rewrite the sentences with have got. 1 We have a nice flat Thave a French husband He has a business in Camden, Do you have a lot of friends? How many brothers and sisters do you have? 1 don't have any brothers. I have a sister called Natalie. Natalie has a big house. You have a good English accent. Listen and check. Read the sentences aloud, (ve got a bigger house than you! S I've got a bigger house than you! 4 Work with a partner, Imagine you're both millionaires. Who's got the best house? Student A Look at p150. Student B- Look at p153, ‘gotten bedroom! That's nothing I've got tight bedrooms on the 72 Unit 9 + City ving emer a. I don't think so. I've London’s Iv, > Superlative adjectives 1 Look at the introduction to the text about Camden Market. Complete the chart. Adjectives Superlatives 1 big biggest 2 popular a 3 busy 4 good 2. Read the rest of the text. Complete it with the adjective in the superlative. 3 Whats special about ...? *+ Camden It's got the largest street market inthe UK. + the weekend * thefood + the clothes + the Electric Ballroom + Proud Listen and check. Err 1. Look atthe superlatives in exercise ‘What are the rules? 2. What are the comparative and supertative forms of these adjectives? small easy D> Grammar Reference 91 pl40 expensive hot beautiful Jo}Cefef-tjmmantsWa@coiMm PRACTICE It’s the biggest! 1 Complete these sentences with a superlative adjective 1 The _tallest_building in London is Canary Wharf. Its 235 metres 2 The hotel is the Lanesborough. It costs £7,000 per night! 3 The park in central London is Hyde Park Camden is famous all over the world for TEN LAB HEIRS, its fashion, artists, clubs, and music, but it is (famous) for its market. It is the ®___ (large) street market in the UK. 4 The tourist attraction is the London Eye. It has 10,000 visitors a day. 5 The building is Buckingham Palace. Everyone knows who lives there. More than 400,000 people come every 6 The restaurant for spotting celebrities is The Ivy. weekend to look, shop, eat, and meet ‘They all go there. friends. There is music everywhere. Listen and check. Make sentences about your town, ‘The street food is delicious, and it is the 8___ (cheap) in north London, Making comparisons In every part of the market you find 2. Complete the sentences with an opposite comparative adjective pounthng ates sun Das Ue) 1 The music here is too loud, Can we go somewhere quister ? fe cots ea 2 The 10,00 train is too slow. Is the 11.30 train a__one? jewellery, muslcrand Boo shops 3 You're late, Why weren't you here__? ‘The Electric Ballroom is the * (old) 4 This flat is too far from the town centre. I need club in Camden, You can hear somewhere the*____ (late) rock bands before they 5 Five minutes is too short for a break, We need a___one. become famous. There are hundreds of, 6 This exercise is too easy. Can Ido something clubs, but Proud is one of the ’____ {egol) Check it 3. Tick (V) the correct sentence. 1 Yesterday was more hot than today. ‘Yesterday was hotter than today. 2 [She taller than her brother. She's taller that her brother. 3 [Lam the most young in the class. am the youngest in the class. 4 [This exercise is most difficult in the book. ‘This exercise is the most difficult in the book. 5 Live got three sisters. I got three sisters 6 | }Do you got any money? Have you got any money? She hast't got a good job. She no got a good job. Unit 9 + City ving 73 READING AND LISTENING Megacities 1 Look at the list of cities. Put them in order of size of population: 1 = the biggest. ‘Mumbai Shanghai Tokyo INew York [Mexico City GADD Listen. Were you right? What isa megacity? What happened in 2008? 2 Look at the photos. What can you see? Look at the title of each article. Which city ...? «+ isveryfast_ + hasamix of cultures + has. lot of poverty 3 Work in three groups. Group A_ Read about Tokyo. Group B- Read about Mumbai Group C_ Read about Mexico City Make notes about your city under these headings: “The city and its people Money and business Buildings and history Climate ‘Transport 4 Work with students from the other two groups. Exchange and compare information about the cities Listening 5 Listen to these people from the three megacities. What do they like about their capital city? What do they say about ..? + thepeople + theclimate + transport + things to do rota Lourdes from i ess Research another megacity. Make some notes. Present your findings to the rest of the class. Project 74 Unit 9 + City living HIGH-SPEED TOKYO Tokyo has a population of 35 million people. I is the largest city in the world. It is also one of the most exciting, Everything moves fast here. It has one of the biggest and busiest railway systems in the world. Every day, 11 million commuters use it to get to and from work. People earn the highest salaries, and they spend the most money. They wear the latest fashions, and have the most up-to-date phones. Itis the world’s most expensive city Tokyo was originally a small fishing village called Edo. ‘The name changed in 1868 when the Emperor moved there, ‘The architecture is very modern. There are not many old buildings because of the 1923 earthquake and the Second World War. But traditional Japan is always near, with many Shinto shrines and public baths around the city Tokyo is on the east coast of Japan. The summers are hot and humid. The most beautiful time of year is spring, when the famous cherry blossom is on the trees. The city is huge, but itis one of the safest cities in the world, Japan is mysterious. It is difficult for foreigners tounderstand. SEES IEEEE aed | MOMBAIB iiryicg cir ‘Mexico City has a population ‘Mumbai is India’s largest city with a population of of 23.4 million, Itis the largest 22.8 million. tis also India's most important city in both North and South ‘commercial centre. Mumbai was part of the British America. The Aztecs called Empire until independence in 1947. It was called Bombay it Tenochtitlan, and it was already an until 1995, when it was renamed Mumbai after a Hind important city when the Spanish invaded in 1521 goddess, Mumba Devi. The country became independent in 1821 Mumbai is both old and modern, rich and poor. The ‘Mexico City offers a variety of experiences. In the Zécalo, streets are full of people doing business, selling snacks the main square, you can see the Spanish cathedral, an and clothes, or just living there, Aztec temple, and a modern skyscraper. The city has a lot Money is everywhere in modern Mumbai. India’s most of museums and theatres, European squares and colonial important businesses and banks have their headquarters houses sit next to busy markets selling Mexican food and there. The Bollywood film industry produces more films Indian handicrafts. than Hollywood in Los Angeles. Itis the richest city in Latin America. There are elegant Modern skyscrapers and new shopping malls are right shops selling high-class goods, expensive restaurants, and next to slums. Sixty percent of the population live with no supercool bars. There are also many people who live in running water, no electricity, and no sanitation, poor houses. Mumbai is on the west coast. The wet season is from June ‘Mexico City is in a valley in the south central area of the to September. Between November and February itis a country. It is surrounded by mountains. little cooler and dryer. “The rainy season is from June to October. The warmest ‘The city is best at sunrise and sunset, when the colour of months are April and May. It has the largest and cheapest the stone buildings changes from gold to orange and pink. subway system in Latin America. Traffic moves so slowly The cheapest and easiest transport is by bus. Trains can that itis often faster to walk. The air quality is not good, be crowded and dangerous. and visitors need to be careful, but the city offersa rich Because of its poverty, Mumbai can be a difficult place to cultural mix. live, but the experience is unique. VOCABULARY AND SPEAKING Town and country 1 Look at the pictures. Which is the town? Which is the village? 2. Find the words in the box in the pictures. 6) square (| town hall (cathedral 7) shopping centre) street 1 pavement statue O tibrary office block ~) market [| earpark petrol station C7 field Co path (7 chureh OO farm river (mountain (1 wood 7 cottage 1 pub (7) bridge | itl (ke 3 Complete the sentences with town and country words. 1 A cathedral is bigger than a church. 2 A mountain is higher than a__. 3 A___issmaller than a house, 4A town is bigger than a__ 5 In my town there’ a of King Leopold II sitting on his horse. IfSin the main _ 6 ‘The mayor has an office in the _ 7 Cars drive on the Pedestrians walk on the 16 Unit 9 » City ving 4 What can you do .. + atapetro station Youcan buy petrol. + inalibrary + atamarket + ina shopping centre + ina carpark + ona farm Your town 5 Where do you go in your town ...? + tomeet frends + for culture (rt, music history...) + tosee tourist sights» when tis lovely day D> WRITING Describing a place pI EVERYDAY ENGLISH Directions 1 Lookat the map of Kingston, Find these things. | aroundabout __traffclights a pedestrian crosing atraffiesign 2 GERD Listen. Complete the directions from YOU ARE HERE to the A312 to Dorchester. Use the prepositions. cover along past round up down through under Go _along_George Street, __the Bristol Hotel on your left, and_ the bridge. At the roundabout, turn left and. go___ Park Avenue. Go___the corner, __ the wood, and __ the hill. Then go_ the railway bridge and you are on the A312 to Dorchester. 3 GERD Start from YOU ARE HERE. Listen to the directions. Where do you finish? 1 2 3 4 Work in pairs. Ask for and give directions to ... + the allway station the church + achemist’s + acar park + the Town Hal + the Aa2 to Milbury Excuse mel an you tell me how to get to... ? 5. Give directions to places in your town from your school. Go out ofthe school. Turn right and... Unit 9 + City living 7 ] 0 Where on earth are you? pi: ee eect eater se EAs DRDO with a partner. Which preposition in, at, or on goes with these places? ata party ina meeting party ameeting —mycar_ = work mywayhome —thetrain bed holiday acafé home theairport the busstop myooffice town the pub school university the kitchen Jenny’ house the bus I'M SITTING ON THE TRAIN Present Continuous 1 GHB Look atthe pictures Listen. Whois speaking? (Tim cooking.) 1 Fina 2 GHEBD Listen and complete the conversatio . Practise them with a partner. ‘Tony Hello? Fiona Hello? Nina Hi, Tony! It’s Nina. Where are you? Pete Fiona, hil Its Pete, How are you? ‘Tony Were on the train. We're going_to Birmingham What ____ you _? for the weekend, Fiona Fine. Were at home. I___just__ some dinner. Nina Oh, great! How's the journey? Pete What ___Tim ‘Tony Fine. 1 the paper and Alice Fiona He the football. Can't you hear? something on her laptop Pete Ah, right! 3 Ask and answer questions about the people in the pictures. + What/doing? + Where/going? + What/cooking? + What/watching? (_ What's Tony Listen and check. 78 Unit 10 + Where on earth are you? Negatives PRACTICE 4 Look at the picture of Beth and Elle. m Questions and negatives GHB Listen to Beth phone conversation with her father. Is she telling the truth? 1 Look at the replies. Use the verbs to make the questions. 1 (read) _What are voureading?_) [2 (watch) What is the truth? They aren' sitting in Elie’s bedroom. They ... working... Sheisn't... 5, GHERB Listen to six false sentences about Alice, Fiona, Tim, Beth, and Ellie, Correct them. 1 ‘Alice is sleeping? Alice isnt sleping! She's working on her laptop! Enon = 1 The Present Continuous (to be +ing) describes 2 Make a negative sentence about each picture in exercise 1 activities happening now. 1 She/a detective story Shei reading a detective story. 2 Complete the chart. 2. Hela film ' 3. He/out with his friends — 4 He/his mother You | —— | teaming English Paes. ‘ rT aetna a eam e/a romantic comedy W listening tothe teacher. fe | —— Talking about you They |—_— 3 Write sentences that are true for you at the moment. What are the questions andthe negatives? 1 Mlearn/English learning Englich, 3 What the difference between these sentences? 2 Wellearn/Chinese BPE Sak Shes ipeaking Spach, 5 D>-> Grammar Reference 101-102 pl4t 5 The teacher/talk to us 6 The students/listen to the teacher 4 Look out of the window of your classroom, What can you see? What's happening? Some people are walking inthe street. Nothing's happening, Unit 10 + Where on earth are you? 79 PRESENT SIMPLE OR CONTINUOUS? Who's who? 1. GIEB Listen to.a man and a woman talking about the people in the room, Write the names in the boxes 2 GHEKB Listen again and complete the chart. What's he/she doing? What does he/she do? Paul He's talking to Sophie. He's a banker. He works in New York. | Sophie Helena Roger ‘Sam and Penny 3. Complete the two questions about the people. 1 Where does Paul work? In New York. Who 's__ he talking to? Sophie. 2 Why_____Sophie__? Because Paul is funny. e she At Bristol University. 3 What ____Helena__? Champagne. What she ___? Stories for children. 4 Who____Roger__for?_ The British Museum, What __ he’ Crisps. 5 What_____Sam and Penny __? Clothes for kids What ____ they ___at? A photo on Sams phone. 80 Unit 10 + Where on earth are you? 4 Put the verbs in bold in the Present Simple or Continuous. work 1 My father ina bank, 21 very hard at the moment. I need the money g0 3 Hi, Davel Are you on the train? Where you z 4 Lalways, to the cinema every Friday. have 5 Let's have lunch tomorrow. usually lunch at 1.00. 6 Tmsorry! you lunch? I'll phone you back later. do/make 7 Shi my homework. You too much noise! 8 Inmy house, my mum usually the dinner, and my dad usually the washing-up. SOMETHING’S HAPPENING something/nothing... 1 Look at the pictures. Complete the sentences with the words in the box, anything something nothing everything Hes doing He isn't wearing. She's buying “What are you having for breakfast?” ‘ .T'm not hungry! ‘on the computer, Goon 2 Underline the correct word. 1 2 3 4 5 Y'm hungry. I want something / anything to eat. cant find my phone nowhere / anywhere. Anybody’ | Everybody’ enjoying the party! Oh, dear! I don't know anybody / somebody. ‘The lights are off. Nobody’ /Somebody’s at home. My brother is so intelligent. He knows nothing / everything! PRACTICE Everything was too expensive! 1 Complete the conversations with words from the boxes. 1 [ everything nothing anything. something A Did you buy anything at the shops? BNo.__. ‘A Why not? B ‘was too expensive. ‘A What a pity! B But bought __ for you. Happy Birthday! 2 | nobody anybody somebody everybody € Did you talk to interesting at the party? DNo.__. € Why not? D_____was dancing and the music was really loud! © Oh! D But I danced with _beautiful - a girl called Kate 3 | somewhere everywhere anywhere nowhere E Did you go__on Saturday night? F No. E Why not? F ____ was closed. ‘There wastrt one club open. E That’ incredible! F Sonext weekend I'm going Listen and check 2 In pairs, learn two of the conversations, Act them to the class. more interesting. Check it 3 Tick (V) the correct sentence. 1 LJAnybody is on the phone for you. Somebody is on the phone for you. 2 LI dont have anything for your birthday. I don't have nothing for your birthday. 3 [JI want to go somewhere hot for my holidays. I want to go everywhere hot for my holidays 4 C)Hearning English, Tim learning English, She isn’t working hard. She is no working hard. Unit10 + Where on earth are you? 81 READING AND LISTENING The International Space Station 1 Look at the pictures, Talk about what you can see. 2 Read the first part of the article on this page. Are the sentences true (V) or false (X)? Correct the false ones, 1 The ISS is flying very fast Its flying a long way from Earth. It goes round the Earth every 90 minutes. New supplies arrive once a month, The Americans are competing against Russians and Europeans. ‘They are doing a lot of scientific experiments. ‘They are learning about the Earth and its history. 8 They are looking for life on other planets. 3 Imagine you are talking to one of the astronauts. What questions would you like to ask him/her? + workevery day? + wakeup? + freetime? + eat? + sleep? + wash? + exercise? 4 Read the rest of the article on page 83. Did you find answers to your questions? 5 What is the future of the ISS? 6 What do these numbers from the article refer to? Oo billion 1998 sx -200«15-—seight’-— zero Listening 1 Listen to the interview with Soichi Noguchi, an ISS astronaut who is on board the space station. Answer the questions. ‘Who does he work for? ‘What did he study? Where? Whereis he from? Ishe married? What are his interests on Earth? ‘What is he doing onthe space station? ‘What does he do when he isnt working? What does he thik about? Project Find out who is on board the ISS at the moment, Choose one of the astronauts and do some research. Answer some of the questions from exercise 7 about them. ‘Tell the rest of the class. 82 Unit 10 + Where on earth are you? EIMING Asscience laboratory 360 kilometres from Earth? A preparation for a flight to Mars? A cathedral in the sky? The International Space Station, or ISS, is all of these. At this very moment, the ISS is orbiting the arth ata distance of 360 kilometres. itis flying at 28,000 km/hr. It goes round the Earth 16 times a day. it took more than $100 billion and 14 years to develop. itis the most expensive thing ever built The station The first part of the station went into space in 1998. Astronauts started to live on it in November 2000. There are usually three astronauts on board, and they stay for about six months at a time. Over the years there have been over 200 visitors from different countries. Supply ships arrive about eight times a year. Aims Space agencies in the United States, Russia, Japan, Canada, and Europe are working together. They are using the zero gravity of space to do experiments in biology, p and astronomy. They are learning about in space over a long time, and the effects o ‘his on the human body. The astron growing plants to make oxygen. They are studying the Earth's weather and geography. ‘And they are looking at planets and stars to understand the origin of the universe. Astronauts work for ten hours a day during the week and five hours on Saturday. The rest of the time they are free. ‘They wake up at 6.00 and have breakfast. There is a meeting, and they decide the day's plans. They have an hour for lunch, then more work tll dinner at 7.00. Lights out is at 9.30. They do two hours’ exercise every day, because weightlessness affects the body’s muscles and bones. There isn't areal kitchen, but there is a kitchen table. All food comes in tins or packets. There is fresh fruit only when a supply ship comes. Astronauts eat with a spoon. It is a good idea to have food with a sauce so that it stays on the spoon and doesn't float away! They like spicy food because in space the sense of taste isn't very strong, They have their own sleeping compartment. They sleep in bags attached to the wall. Because there is no up or down in space, they sleep ‘standing up’ They have their own clothes and books and laptops. The temperature is always 72°F, so astronauts usually wear shorts and a T-shirt. There isn't a shower, but there are two toilets. In their free time they send ‘emails home, read, and play games. But what they like to do best is look ‘out of the windows at Earth below. = The ISS is the first of many space stations. There isn'ta date yet for a manned tip to Mars, but space agencies are already talking about it. One 3 F \) sure — at cone time inthe aisece pti ewillcertaini ha pen. Describing people GID Look at the pictures. Listen to four descriptions. Who is being described? ( ie Work in groups. Describe the people in the pictures. Y Who...? ‘Who's got ..? Who's wearing ..7 ) ispretty is good-looking longhair + short hair asuit adress + acoat i ishandsome + istal blond hair darkhair ahat + shoes + boots } isn't very tall redhair + brown eyes trainers + jeans + ashirt andtie & * blue eyes ascarf + glasses + shorts aTshirt ‘Take turns. Choose a person in the pictures, but dortt say who itis. Describe him/her to your group. Can they guess who itis? Work as a class, Take turns. Choose someone in the room but don't say who it is. Ask and answer Yes/No questions to find out who itis. Ghee ee ee) (Usitaboy orair? ("che sting near the window? 6 Sh¢ wearing trainers? z { oz In your groups, think of someone in the news at the moment. (Gane your group 6 of (Cemaaee | corp (bees he work on TV? ‘The other groups ask questions until they guess the name. TV oun (eier tng? 84 Unit 10 + Where on earth are you? EVERYDAY ENGLISH Social expressions (2) 1 Look at the pictures and the first lines of the conversations. What do you think are the replies? ar It 2. Match these replies to the lines in exercise 1 {im sorry. Let me have a look. Ah! Itisnit switched on. That’ why! ‘What a pity! Never mind! Sorry, what does that mean? eS = “s s . ‘Wow! That’ fantastic! Congratulations! ‘A. Patrick and | are getting marred © Canthelp you? 8 Wow! That's fantastic! Congratulations! {afraid he isn't here at the moment oe Can take a message? 'No, 'm just looking, thanks. Thanks. Well see you in a couple of days! (Oh, Lovely! Wel, hope you enjoy the film! Listen and check. What are the extra lines in the conversations? 3. Work with a partner. Choose some conversations and practise them, 'M. Thanks forthe invitation to your party, O/P. Bye! but rm afraid | can't come, Have a safe journey! Nok Unit 10 + Where on earth are you? 85 How many sentences can you make? soon when I wasa student tim going to india | next month Iwent toindia | inayears time two years ago when retire, 86 Unit Il + Going far Going far going to future * Infinitive of purpose * What’ the weather ike? Making suggestions going to Look at the pictures. What are the people doing? What are they thinking about? ‘When | get a pay rise... A ‘When the kids are in bed ‘When | arrive on Koh Samui island 2. Whose future plans are these? Match them with the people in exercise 1 “Fim going to relax with my wife? ‘Tm going to be a racing driver? ‘Tm going to sit down and have a glass of wine’ ‘Complete these plans. Whose are they? 4 5 6 G buy my girlfriend a ring’ ‘..llie on the beach? learn to play golf? meet my friends for coffee? EAIAB 1 isten and check Jason ‘When I grow up ‘When this lesson ends 3 GHIBB Listen and repeat. Then ask and answer questions about all the people with a partner. What's Alan going to do? He's going to relax. What's Jason going to do? He's going to be a racing driver. 4 GREB What arent the people going to do? Listen, then talk toa partner about them. ‘Alan ion'ging tak about work. He's going to relax.) Talking about you 5 Work in small groups. What are you going to do after the lesson? Ask and answer questions watch TV have a coffee ‘Are you going to watch TV? see your friends «ook a meal do some shopping wash your hair do your homework + goonthe internet 6 Tell the class some of the things you and your partner are or aren't going to do. We're both going to have cot {°m going to cook, but Anna in’. ‘She's going to have a pizza. ius 1 The verb tobe + gong to expresses future plans. Complete the chart He/She | ‘going to cook tonight. You/We/They | 2. Make the question and negative. ‘What am | going to cook tonight? 3 Isthere any difference in meaning between these sentences? ‘mleaving tomorrow. I'm going to leave tomorrow. D> Grammar Reference TL1—112 p42 Unit + Going far 87 PRACTICE Careful! You're going to drop it! We also use going to when we ‘an see now something that is 1 Lookat the pictures. Write what is going | Sets uw sone tohhappen. Use the verbs in the box. drop have in sneeze win be late kiss fall Listen and check. 2 Work with a partner. Can you remember the lines? Listen again. Practise them. Check it 3 Tick (V) the correct sentence. 1 []He’ go to watch the football He’ going to watch the football 2 )We going to the cinema tonight ‘Were going to the cinema tonight She isnt going to cook She no going to cook. 4 [ls going to rain? Isit going to rain? 5 []When are they going to get married? ‘When they going to get married? 6 [I'm going the pub, Tm going to the pub. 1 Match the places and activities. Find them in the photos. ‘Australia | take a cruise down the River Nile The us climb Mount Kilimanjaro Peru fly over the coldest place on earth ‘Antarctica | take photos of Ayers Rock at sunset Exypt visit Machu Pichu Cambodia | gooona tiger safari Tanzania _| see the supervolcano at Yellowstone Park India ‘st the temples of Angkor Wat 2 Rob and Becky are planning a world trip. Complete their conversation with a friend with lines from exercise 1 Rob _ First, were going to Egypt Friend Why? To see the pyramids? Becky Well, yes, but also we want to down the Nile, Friend Fantastic! Where are you going after that? Rob Well, then were going to Tanzania to GEE 1 isten and check. Practise the conversation ‘a partner, ei 11 With the verbs to go and to come, we usually use the Present Continuous for future plans. Wee going to Egypt soon. Wee coming home in une, NOT Were going to go Were going to come 2. Do these sentences mean the same? Were gong to Egypt to see the pyramids Were going to Egypt because we want to see the pyramids The infinitive can answer the question Why..? D> Grammar Reference 113 pl42 PRACTICE Listening and speaking 1 isten to Rob and Becky’s whole conversation. ‘Write down the order of places on their journey. Egypt, Tanzania... 2. Talk about their journey. Use first, then, next, after that First, they're gong to Egypt to see the pyramids and to take a cruise down the Nil. Then, they're... When ...? Why 3. Write down the names of some places you went to in the past. Ask and answer questions about the places with a partner. ‘Tell the class about your partner. oe READING AND SPEAKING Meet Ed, Will, and Ginger 1 HIER Close your eyes and listen to a traditional folk song, Write down any of the words you remember from it. 2. Look at the photos of three young men. + Where are they? + Whatare they doing? ‘+ What are they wearing? ‘+ What are they carrying? 3. Read the first part ofthe text. Correct these false statements, 1 It’sa rainy Sunday morning in Petersfield 2 The three young men are carrying suitcases and wearing suits and ties. 3. They start singing pop songs. 4 The people of Petersfield aren't interested. ‘They don't stop to listen 5 They don't give the men any money. 4 Read the rest of the text. Ask and answer these questions with a partner, 1 How old are the three young men? 2. Which two are brothers? 3. When do they walk? In which seasons? 4 Where do they sleep? 5 Where did they meet? 6 What jobs did they have? 7 Where do they sing? 8 What do their families think? 9) What did they do last year? 10. What are they going to do this year? + Will says he doesn't realy know why they are walking Why do you think they are doing it? + What is meant by simple human activities? Give examples. + What kind of activities are not so simple? Roleplay What ... your names? 5. Work with a partner. Why in Peteretioua? Student A ePrice You are a newspaper journalist. Interview one of the singers. ‘Use questions from exercise 4 to help. Student B You are one of the singers, Will, Fd, or Ginger. Answer the journalist's questions. Project ‘What popular traditional songs are there in your country? Choose your favourite. Does it tell a story? Tell the class. 90 Unit + Going far It’s a sunny Saturday afternoon in the small market town of Petersfield. Three young ‘men arrive in the High Street with backpacks and walking sticks, They're wearing green and brown jackets, hats, and boots. Is it Robin Hood with his Merry Men? Passers-by are interested. Who are these young people? What are they ‘going to do? One of the young men puts his hat down on the pavement, and puts up a sign: [were waking Wales - sing for our supe” And they start singing, People stop to listen and smile. They are singing in perfect harmony, not pop songs, but traditional folk songs. The hat is soon full, and the people of Petersfield look and feel happier. Meet the singers Ed, 27, his brother Ginger, 25, and their friend Will, 26, are three young men who decided to leave their comfortable homes without any money or mobile phones and walk round the whole of Britain, in all seasons, in good and bad weather. They are singing for their supper and sleeping anywhere they can find, in woods, fields, and sometimes houses — when people offer hospitality. Ed and Ginger started singing with Will when they were all at school together in Canterbury. After school, Ed went to study art in Paris and London and became an artist; Ginger became a gardener, and Will a bookseller. They we walking together, but weren't very happy with their lives. One day they had an idea. ‘Why don’t we start walking and just not stop?’ And so they did. ill friends and liked ‘They love the freedom and the simple life. Walking and singing are simple human activities in a busy, stressful world. They sing in streets, pubs, and market squares. Sometimes people they meet teach them new s Why are they doing this? People ask us why we're doing this, and we don’t really have an answer,’ says Will It’s great life and we're learning so much on our journey. Their families worry about their futures, but they don't. Last year they started a website, wwwcawalkaroundbritain.comt and they made a CD of 16 of their songs. This year they are ‘going to make podcasts to tell more stories of their walks, and they're going to make another CD. They also plat to start a charity to help traditional country activities. The future looks good. VOCABULARY AND LISTENING What's the weather like? 1 Look at the weather map of Europe and name some of the countries. Listen to a weather forecast. Write the temperatures on the map. Which season is it? 2 Match the weather adjectives with their symbols on 5 Listen and complete the conversation. Practise it the map. Which two adjectives are not in the forecast? with your partner. i cloudy foggy storm ‘A. What's the weather like today? B Its and 3 Look at these adjectives. Which words in exercise 2 wameren can they go with? Make some sentences. A. What was it like yesterday? hot warm cold cool wet hy en ‘A. And what’ it going to be like tomorrow? {t’shotand sunny. t's cool and rainy. BRceeerietebe. and GHIEDD listen and repeat the question Ask and answer questions about the weather where you What's the weather like? are for today, yesterday, and tomorrow. ‘What... like? asks for a description. 6 Work with a new partner to find out about world What’ the weather like? means Describe the weather. weather tomorrow. Student A Look at p151. 4 Work with a partner, Ask and answer questions Student B- Look at pI54. about the weather. Use sentences from exercise 3 in Jouranswers ‘Ask and answer questions to complete the information, What's the weather going tobe like in Berin? 7 Write a short weather forecast for the coming weekend. Read it to your partner. What's the weather tke? 2 Unit N+ Going far EVERYDAY ENGLISH Making suggestions 1 Make alist of things you can do in good weather and things you can do in bad weather, Compare your list with a partner and the class. ee play tems 2 GHIEB Listen and complete the conversations. 1A What a lovely day! B Yeah! Its really___and What shall we do? A Lets ! 2A What an awful day! Its raining again, B know. Its so and f What shall we do? A Let's and vy ve 7 “ 2 x a 2 11 We use shall wth and we to ask for and make suggestions. What shall we do? Shall we go swimming? =| suggest that we go swimming 2. Weuse Let’ to make a suggestion for everyone, Lets go! =I suggest that we al go. (Lets = Let us) Let's have a pizza! Continue the two conversations in exercise 2 with these lines in the correct order. Oh no, that’s boring! We did that last night Oh no! Its too hot to walk. OK, let’ go to the beach. OK then, shall we go out for a coffee? Great! Pll get my coat and an umbrella! Good idea! Why don't we take a picnic? Listen and check. Practise the conversations with your partner. Have more conversations suggesting what to do when the weather is good or bad. Use your lists of activities in exercise 1, Unit 1 + Going far 93 11 Match the countries and flags. What are their capital cities? Austala Hungary Brazil Iraly China Japan Egypt Spain Great Britain Switzerland Greece theus 2 Tick (7) the countries that you have visited. 94 Unit 2 + Never ever! Never ever! Present Perfect * ever,never,yet,andjust * take and get Transport and travel Present Perfect + ever and never Lara and her friend, Kyle, are from Australia. Listen to their conversation. Answer the questions. + What are they talking about? + Whois Mel? ‘+ Why does Lara want to end the conversation? Read these lines from the conversation. Who is each line about, Lara, Kyle, or Mel? 1 I've been to Rome many times. Kyle 2 I've never been there. 3. She's been to London and Paris. 4 She hasn't been to Rome, 5 [haven't travelled much at all 6 I've been to North and South America, EATER Listen and repeat the lines. ? "Ive=Ihave Shes = She as 3 Work in groups. Tell each other which countries in the Starter you have or haven't been to. (ve been to Hungary, but I've never been to Australia or the US. {haven't been to any of those countries! 4 GRD Listen to the conversation. Complete the replies. Have you ever been to Greece? No,1___. Have you ever been to Italy? Yes,1__ When did you go? ‘Two years. Where did you go? Rome, Florence, and Ver Fantastic! Did you have a good time? Yes,1 Brew > we wD . It was great! Practise the conversation with a partner. 5. Write down the names of two countries or cities, Have similar conversations with your partner. Start: Have you ever ...? 6 Tell the class about your partner, Maria's been to Berlin. She Mikel hasn't beon to Pais. / He's never bean to Paris. Went there two years ago. ora 1 The Present Perfect can express experiences Ive been to Paris. Have you ever (at any time in your life) been to Paris? 2. The Past simple expresses exactly when something happened. | went to Paris last year. “When did you go to Madrid?” ‘in 2009/ 3 The Present Perfect is formed with have/has + past participle. Complete the charts, Positive WYou/We/They He/She been to Paris Negative VYou/We/They He/She been to Paris 4. Write ever and never in these sentences. Has he been to London? Hes been to Paris D> Grammar Reference 121-122 pM 7 Here are the past participles of some verbs. Write the infinitive. Which two are regular verbs? been run lived bought __ flown given met made eaten had failed taken seen done ____ slept 8 What are the Past Simple forms of the verbs in exercise 7? = 9 Work with a partner. ‘Take turns to test each other. Db regular verbs piss ge PRACTICE Talking about you 1 Have you ever done these things in your life? flown ina jumbo jet ‘worked through the night lived in a foreign country seen the sunrise slept ina tent meta famous person run a marathon ‘eaten Chinese food failed an exam 2. Work in small groups. Ask and answer questions. Have you ever flown na Jumbo jet? 3 Tel the class about the people in your ‘group. José has been tothe US. He went to isneyland with his family 96 Unit 2 + Never ever! GETTING READY TO GO! Present Perfect + yet and just 1 Lara and Mel are getting ready for their trip to Europe. Read their “Things to do’ list and listen to their conversation. Tick () the things they have done. THINGS TO DO ... 1 buy new backpacks 2 finish packing 3 collect euros from bank 4 email Mel's aunt in London 5 find out weather forecast for Rome 2 Look at Lara and Mel list with a partner. What have they done and what haven't they done yet? ‘They've bought new backpacks. They haven't finished packing yet. Listen again and check. Practise the conversation. Euros 11 Complete the sentences 1 They finished packing yet. a you emailed your aunt yet? 3 She___just emailed back. 2. Where do we put yet ina sentence? Where do we put ust in a sentence? 3 We can only use yet with two ofthe following. Which two? Positivesentences |_| questions |_| negative sentences D> Grammar Reference 123 p42 PRACTICE Tense revision 1 Work with a partner. Read what Lara says about her trip. Put the verbs in brackets in the correct tense a ~ Tm really excited about my trip to Europe. i (not travel) much outside Australia before. Just once, two years ago, (go) on holiday to Bali with my family, but? (never be) to Europe or the US. Loften (travel) inside Australia, Last year *____(fly) to Perth to visit my cousin, who __ (live) there, Its five-hour flight from Sydney, where I7___(live).. Australia’s a big country! Also, 1*___ (go) up to Cairns in the north three times. 1°___(learn) to scuba dive there on the Great Barrier Reef. We" (just finish) packing, and now wel (wait) for the taxi to take us to the airport. mm (never fly) on 4747 before. Its a very long flight. It""___ (take) 20 hours to get to Rome. i (watch) films all the way. I can't wait! Listen and check. 2. Answer the questions about Lara. Then ask and answer with a partner. ‘Why is she excited? Has she ever travelled outside Australia? Does she often travel? ‘Why did she go to Perth? Where does Lara live? How many times has she been to Cairns? What did she do there? How are they going to the airport? How long does the flight to Rome take? ‘What is she going to do on the fight? No, not yet! 3 Work with a partner. Ask and answer the questions about you. 1 check your emails Have you checked your do the shopping mals yet? 2 3 washyourhair : 4 ceanthecar eect 5 make the dimer 6 dothe washing-wp iene’ 7 meet the new student 8 fish the erercse GHAB Listen and compare. Practise again Check it 4 Tick (V) the correct sentence. 1 C1 Isaw Kyle yesterday. ve seen Kyle yesterday. 2 [1] Did you ever met my cousin? Have you ever met my cousin? ‘When did she go to Bali? ‘When has she been to Bali? 4] What are you going to do in Rome? ‘What do you going to do in Rome? 5 1 He doesnt like flying He isn't liking flying, 6 (_] Has Lara yet finished packing? Has Lara finished packing yet? 7 (1 Did you ever been to a rock concert? Have you ever been to a rock concert? Unit 2 + Never ever! 97 The Glastonbury festival Have you ever been to a music festival? Where? When? Did you enjoy it? Have you heard of the Glastonbury Music Festival? Listen to part ofa song called They cant buy the sunshine. It was sung at Glastonbury by a group called Turin Brakes, Read the facts about Glastonbury. Answer the questions. 1 Where and when does Glastonbury take place? 2. How many hours of music are there every day? Gnome aos a CT Glastonbury in 1970 and today? Sit eClatS 4. Who do you know from the list of performers? Who do you like? The festival covers 1,000 acres of é farmland in south-west England. It What happened in 2009? tees takes place in June and lasts four days. ‘6 What happened in 2005? Why is the song They cant buy the sunshine a ge a ea ‘About 700 acts play on over 80 stages. good song for the festival There is continual music from 9 o'clock in the morning until 6 o'clock the next morning. 1,500 people attended the first festival in September 1970. They paid £1 ticket. Last year 190,000 people attended. They paid £200 for a ticket. performed at Glastonbury: singers ¢ such as Paul McCartney, Bruce Springsteen, Robbie Williams, Jay Z, and Amy Winehouse, and bands such as REM, Radiohead, Coldplay, and Arctic Monkeys. In 2009, news of Michael Jackson's death hit in the middle of the festival. Immediately T-shirts with the slogan ‘I was at Glastonbury when Michael Jackson died’ were on sale. The festival is famous for its rain! In 1997, 1998, and 2005 it rained every day, and the festival-goers danced in the mud. | Hundreds of famous names have = Glastonbury! jome experiences Marina M, Scotland ‘My first Glastonbury was 2005, The year of rain and MUD! We took off our shoes and danced init up to our knees! | loved it! I've now been sx times! It always great fun, even though you dont sleep much! This year’ festival was fantastic —I didnt want to go home. A definite highlight for ‘me was an Icelandic band called Sigur Ros. I've never heard of them, but | loved their music. And well done forall the toilets this year! Much better! Dave Chow, London ‘Well, | don't know what to say -my first time, and it was the most amazing experience! now siting at work thinking about the best four days of my life. We didnt see any rubbish bands, and the DJs rocked all night. We saw the sunrise at 515 on Sunday morning -an amazing experience. Only one complaint — there were so many mobile phones. Why? I thought Glasto was about getting away from it al’ Len Ferris, Gloucester ‘Ive taken my kids to Glastonbury twice It reall is ‘an education for kids. The atmosphere is amazing. | think this is because of the rmx of people of al ages. I's great to see them — from babies, toddlers, and ‘teenagers, to people my parents’ age and older. Everyone gets on so well. On Saturday night we watched Radiohead with my II-year-old son, and the crowd moved back so he could see better. We loved everything’ Iaai, Christchurch, New Zealand This was my fist year at Glastonbury. | travelled 10,000 miles to be there. I've been to other festivals in Australia and Europe. went to the Sonar Festival n Barcelona two years ago ~it was brilliant, but Ive always wanted to come to Glastonbury. It was amazing. Radiohead was the best thing | have ever seen at a festival ever, and I'm going to come next year if Lean. Long live Glastonbury!” Read four people’ experiences of Glastonbury very quickly. Answer the questions. 1 Who has been there often? 2 Who has been only once? 3. Which people loved it all? 4 Who had one complaint. What about? 6 Who took his child? Who travelled a long way to get there? Read the experiences again. Are these statements true (/) or false (X)? Correct the false ones. 1 Marina slept in her tent when it rained 2 She thought the Icelandic band was very ‘good and the toilets were cleaner. 3 Dave stayed up all night listening to the music. 4 He had no complaints, He loved everything and everybody. 5 Len loves the festival because it brings people of all ages together. 6 His son couldnt see the stage because of the crowds, 7 Inti has never been to a music festival before. 8 She travelled from Barcelona to be there. GHD 1 isten to two more people, Elsa and Daniel. What do they say about ...? + thefood + the drink + themusic —_* the people Who had the best experience? + Why do you think so many people love the Glastonbury experience? + Whiy do bands like playing there? + Would you lke to goto Glastonbury? Why/Why not? VOCABULARY AND SPEAKING take and get 1 The verbs take and get have a lot of uses in English. Look at these sentences from the experiences at Glastonbury. 3 Here are some more expressions, Which go with take and which with get? Complete the chart. It takes place in June. Everyone gets on so wel We took offourshoes. I got really bored. It took a long time to get to the stages. atest married easy better soon homelate photos ready atari ‘on/off the bus _alongtime alot of emails very wet 2 Complete the conversations with an expression from exercise | in the correct tense. ‘A Its really hot in here. B Why dontt you your jumper? ‘A Isyour office near where you live? B No,it. time to. work, ‘A What are your work colleagues like? B Great! We all__really__. ‘A How often are there exhibitions in the museum? B They regularly, every two months. ‘A Do you like learning English? B Its OK, but sometimes 1 really. 1 Listen and check, Practise with a partner. 100 Unit 2 + Never ever! ‘take get, atest ‘Complete the sentences with take or get in the correct form. 1 The best way to__ to the airport is to ataxi 2 How long___it if you go by train? 3 Thaven't___a camera. 1___photos with my iPhone. 4 Sue____her driving test three times and she’ failed every time, 5 Are you still__ ready? We're going to be so late! 6 The doctor told me to__it easy if L want to better soon. 7 Itrained on the day we __ married. We very wet, but stil had a great day. 8 You can't____ on the bus with that big dog, Please, ___off! GHD Read the sentences aloud. Then listen and check, Talking about you 5 Work with a partner. Complete the questions then ask and answer them about you. 1 How long does it___you to__ to school? 2 What time do you__ back home after school/work? 3 What time do you usually ___up in the morning? 4 Have you_ any exams recently? 5 Doesit you a long time to__ready before you go out? 6 Are you___ tired of this exercise’ EVERYDAY ENGLISH Transport and travel 1. Write the words in the chart. Some words can go in more than one column. airport rallway station busstop flight bus ‘rain plane retumticket ticket office platform departures, arrivals customs hand luggage boarding pass security check 2 Listen to three travel announcements, Are they for bus, train, or plane? 3 Listen again. Write down all the numbers you hear. What do they refer to? Which places can you remember? 4 Read these lines. Are they for bus, train, or plane? 1 The number 360 stops near the museum. 2 The platform number has just gone up on the departures board, 3 Does the number 24 go to the Natural History Museum? 4. How many pieces of hand luggage have you got? 5 You board from Gate 9 at 10.20. 6 You'll want a day return. 5. Work with a partner. Put the lines in A and B in the correct order to make two conversations. Conversation 1 Conversation 2 a B A [8 ‘At 955.The platform number | [| Oh, yes. can see. Thank | Ob, thanks foryourhelp. | || From that bus stop over hasjust gone up onthe you very much, "| Where can gt it? there. departures board. ‘A day return to Oxford, Wieeerersis | Don't mention it. 1 Next, please! please. ‘umber 24 go to the | No, it doesn't. Youneed Have a good journey! ‘Thank you. What time Natural History Museum? | the 360. That’ £270. does the next tain leave? Listen and check. Practise the conversations with your partner. 6 GHD Listen and complete this conversation. Where are Lara and Mel? A Have you online? M Yes, we have, A Fine, How many ___ have you got? L We havent got ‘A. Oh, yes. Can you put them on the scales? M Here you are... ‘A. They're fine, And how many pieces of___? L Just these__. A. They're fine, too. You. L_ Where do we go now? A To the departure gate and M Thanks very much. Goodbye. just from Gate 9 at 10.20. ‘They're over there, Have a nic 7 Practise the transport and travel conversations with your partner, D> WRITING GEEREB A poem pi7 Act some of them to the class. Unit 2 + Never ever! 101 Writing and reference materials Pe WRITING SECTION 103 Pe TAPESCRIPTS pris Je GRAMMAR REFERENCE p34 Pe woroust pus P> PAIRWORK STUDENT A. piu J PAIRWORK STUDENT ps2 Pe EXTRA MATERIALS piss J> IRREGULAR VERBS / VERB PATTERNS pss Je PHONETIC SYMBOLS piso Writing contents UNIT] ABLOG pos Keeping an online journal UNIT2. IMPROVING STYLE p105 Using pronouns UNIT3. FORMFILLING p106 An application form UNIT4 DESCRIBING YOUR HOME p107 Linking words and, so, but, because UNITS AFORMALEMAIL p108 “Applying fora job UNIT6 ABIOGRAPHY p09 ‘Combining sentences UNIT7 TELLING A STORY p10 Using time expressions UNIT8 TWO EMAILS p1i2 Informal and more formal UNIT9. DESCRIBING A PLACE piid Relative pronouns which, who, where UNIT10 COMPARING AND CONTRASTING 115 Linking words but, however, although UNIT DESCRIBING A HOLIDAY piis ‘Writing a posteard VIVIVIVIVIVIVIVIViVviviv UNITI2 APOEM pii7 ‘Choosing the right word ES UNIT 1_ABLOG — Keeping an online journal << pi 1 What isa blog? Are you a blogger? 2 Complete the blog about you. Pen) Hello! My name's, .'m from and I'm years old. I'm a student. | go to | want to learn English because | want to tell you about my family. It is/isn’t very My 's name He's/She's My 's name is He's/She's Ihave We live in. near PEK My school is in It’s very and it's near . My teacher's name is The students’ names are They are from After class, | 3 Talk about your blog to a partner. 4 Choose a topic and think of a title. Write your blog entry for Day 4. Read it aloud to the class. ie Day 4 D1) Hello again) (A e) | 2 | so] Indes 104 Writing Unit ph UNIT 2 IMPROVING STYLE ~ Using pronouns 1 Complete the charts. as SE oe — you he him his — her it it its we us them their 2 Gene posesive adjectives and underline the pronouns in the sentences. 1 Gfe)son is in my class. I like him. 2 Our grandmother has a new TV. She doesn't like it 3. They like their teacher. He helps them, D> Grammar Reference 23 pS 3. Complete the sentences with the correct pronoun, - ( The superstar DJ with 70 million hits on YouTubet 1 like my brother’ new girlfriend, but she doesnt ike me David Guetta is French, David lives in Paris, ut David 2 Tom has two sons. __often plays football works all over the world. David isa very famous Dl with David is number 3 in the ‘Top 100 Dis’ pol. David works 3 Thats my dictionary. Can Thave____back, please? | |p wiliv@lotcf pop stars stich as Ertney Spears Celine 4. Mr Banks i our new teacher. We ike alot Dion, and Madonna. David sometimes writes songs 5 Rosa and lare good students. like our teacher f0rthe pop stars. David really likes Lady Gaga, and dad aka tthe David wants to work with Lady Gaga. David's job is very exciting, and David likes David's job a lot. David is alot of homework, married to Cathy. Cathy comes from Senegal. Cathy is a 6 Our teacher gives 7 Kate likes Joanna, but Maria doesntt like atall BUSpeLiGerran Sdn cee 8 ike bay a neepaper every dag reads ca hvnd aay cron ete Ibiza. Every year, Cathy and 9 Look! This is a photo of with my family. oa Y David have parties there. People love Cathy and David's parties. Cathy 4 Read the text about David Guetta, Answer the questions. | and David have two + What sis job? + Who does he work wth? + Who does he want to work with? they lve to spend + Where does his wife come from? Wht does she do? time with the two ‘+ How many YouTube its does David have? children. 10 Sally works with Paul and Sue. every day. has lunch with, young children, and 5. Rewrite the text to make it more natural. Begin like this: David Guetta is French. He ves in Pars, but he works EBD Listen and check. ES UNIT 3 FORMFILLING - An application form << p25 1 Work with a partner, Read Lena’ application form for a sports and leisure centre. Use the information to talk about Lena. Vernanes.. She. mared— Shek. ead Shek. She. Hera aes/phone mbes. Shei. | a be We HI ogee ard eae eects na e APPLICATION FORM__ Pleo wrt BLOCK CAPITALS n BLACK nk PERSONAL INFORMATION First Name _ LENA Surname Title Mi/Mrs/Miss/Ms Please undertine, Date of birth dé/mm/yy 02/07/84 2 Fill in the same form for you. Compare your form with your partner’. ike playing squash, but Thomas doesn't. We both like swimming. Fit & Well Pose ite BLOCK CAPITAL in BLACKnk PERSONAL INFORMATION. First Name Surname Title Mr/Mis/Miss/Ms Please underine Date of birth. désimm/yy Peru nemickecuicy APPLICATION FORM__ ‘HEALTH & FITNESS Pease tick (interests. Gym ou Spa Oo rercise asses) ‘Signature Date ddmm/yy Post Code (Zip Code) Email address Daytime telephone ‘Mobile phone 3 Discuss as a class which sports are popular. 106 Writing Unit > UNIT 4 DESCRIBING YOUR HOME ~ Linking words and, so, but, because 4 p35 1 Match A, B, and C to make four sentences. A B c and | like your flat too 30 its very beautiful but | please come and se it soon. because | unfortunately there ita garden. {love my new fat 2 Make similar sentences about where you live using and, so, but, or because. Uke mt house /Aat/ room 3. Complete the sentences with and, so, but, or because. 1 Tdontt have a TV in my bedroom because _ I don't want one. 2 Our flat’ really small, its comfortable. 3 Therentis cheap itsabovea busy restaurant. 4 My wife and I like sailing _we live near the sea. 5 Welike living here ___ its opposite the park. 6 Wedontt have a garden, _we have a small balcony. 7 There'sa lot to do___a lot to see in our town. 8 Our best friends live in the next street ‘we often see them, 4 Read about Megan's new flat. Choose the correct linking words. My new flat My new flat is near the centre of town, (1) but / so Loften walk to work. It’ not very big, (2) but / because it’s very comfortable! There's just one bedroom, a living room, (3) because | and quite a big kitchen with a table in Listen and check. the centre. This is good (4) because / so Love cooking, (5) because | and I can invite my friends to dinner. The _T 5. Write some notes about where you live Saeki living room has one big window. It faces south, (6) but / so + sold ornew? iv always very sunny. Ihave two comfortable, old armchairs, ‘+ How many rooms are there? (7) but | so 1 don’t have a sofa (8) because | and the room is + Isthere a arden? quite small ee ‘There isnt a garden, (9) because | but there's a small balcony Do you ike it? Why? What isthe best thing? in my bedroom. I want to put a chair there (10) ard / so can ‘Talk toa partner about your notes. sit in the sun on summer evenings. 6 Write a description of your home. Use linking words to join ideas. Read it aloud to the class ove my new flat for many reasons: the big kitchen, the sunny living room, (11) but / so most of all [love it (12) and | because it’s my first home! Writing Unit 107 ES UNIT 5A FORMAL EMAIL — Applying for a job << psi 1 Carl isa student, He wants a holiday job. Read the information about him. Ask and answer some questions with a partner. Whats..2- How old..? What was...? Canhe...? What. ike doing? NAME CARL HAMPTON AGE n Address Park Street, BATH, BAZ 4EE Emailaddress | cartham6< Mobile phone | 07557 888453 Present job | Student Lastjob Ski instructor in Austria Languages | French, German Interests Skin, travel, gitar 2. Read the advertisement for a tourist guide. Why do you think Carl is interested in this job? siya ie wweente tong CITY OF BATH uants TOURIST.GUIDES Are you over 18? Do you like talking to people? Do you know Bath well? Can you speak any foreign languages? © Are you free from July to September? Write or email: Linda Yates, Bath Tourist Centre, 2 Abbey Street, BATH BAL SLY 108 Writing Unit 5 3 Read and complete Carl's email applying for the job, (2S ceases Job as tourist guide from: carihamé to: “Linda Yates" Dear Ms Yates lam interested in the job of (1) tam 2) years old and | (3) in Bath. | am a (4) at Durham University, solam (5) from mid-June until the end of September. Last winter Iwas a (6) __ina holiday resort in Austria. |(7)_____ speak two (6) quite well, French and German, and 1(9)____ working with people very much, 1 (10) born in Bath, so | know the city very well indeed. | look forward to hearing from you, Yours sincerely Carl Hampton 4 Read this advertisement for a job. What is the job? Answer the questions about you. Write a similar email to Carl. The International School in your town: wants a receptionist. * Do you like working with people’ + Can you speak to a cl English * Do you have experience working in an off * Can somputer? + Doy ar town) well? E on, Director, at 5. Compare your email with a partner's POH UNIT 6 ABIOGRAPHY - Combining sentences 4 p49 1 Work with a partner. Join the lines in A and C about Ben Way with a linking word from B. The multi-millionaire Ben Way Ben Way is 35 years old he runs a company called Rainmakers: Bens a computer millionaire he wasnt always so successful ‘Asa child, he was dyslexic he didnt do wel at school He didnt learn to read or write he was nine and hs father gave him a computer. He wrote his fist software program he was ony He didn't goto university at She started his own company. He fist became a millionaire he was just 7 He continued to be very successful he was 2. He won a business award in 2000, " then in 2001 he lost everything. (One yea later he started Rainmakers’ row he's milionaie again. Listen and compare. Take turns to read the sentences about Ben aloud. 2. Write some notes about someone you know who is successful Talk to your partner about him or her. ‘+ What’ his/her name? How old ishe/she? + How did he/she become successful? + What does he/she do? + Did he/she have any ups and downs? + How do you know him/her? ‘+ When and where do you see him/her? + Was he/she clever at school? 3 Complete the text about Gabriella with linking words from exercise 1. VCC i ‘My cousin Gabriella is only 24 years old (1) successful dress designer. Gabriella and | played a lot together (2) she is already a very we were children (3) ____ we are the same age. We also went to the same school (4) we were 18 years old. (5) afterschool we didn't see each other very offen. Gobriella was always very artistic (6) ___ she went to a fashion schoo! in Londen. | went to Oxford University and studied Law (7) | wanted to be a lawyer. Four years later, 'm still a poor student, (8) my cousin Gabriella is rich and famous. She won o major fashion award (9) she was just 22. Our family is very proud of her. Gobriella and | now have very different lives (10) ___we don't meet very offen. (11) , we sill stay in touch by email and texting. im She's in Milan this week for a fashion show. | love hearing about her life (12) it is very exciting, Writing Unit 6 109 i“ Ph UNIT 7_TELLING A STORY — Using time expressions 1 Work with a partner. Do anything about Christopher Columbus? Look at the pictures and share what you CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS ae = 7 “In n 192 Col . HO Writing Unit7 << p60 Christopher Columbus was a great explorer. For a long time people believed that he discovered America. However, we now know that @ EARLY LIFE ‘Columbus was born in 1451 in Genoa, Italy. He was one of five children. He didn't go to school, (2) However, he always wanted to go to sea. LIFE ATSEA He became a sailor. Between 1477 and 1485 he visited many countries, including Spain, Iceland, Ireland, Madeira, and West Africa. e) Columbus wanted to be rich and famous. For eight years @ Finally they agreed and he got three ships, the Santa Maria, the Pinta, and the Nifta, and enough food for a voyage of one year. He left Spain on 3 August, 1492 and sailed west. After three months at sea, (5) They wanted to go home. ‘Give me just three more days,’ said Columbus. Two days later, they saw land. Te was an island. 6) Next, they sailed to Cuba. Columbus thought he was in China or Japan. The world was a lot bigger than he thought. ‘Then, unfortunately, near Haiti the Santa Maria hit rocks, so Columbus returned to Spain on the Nifia, leaving 40 sailors on the island to look for gold. (7) FINAL YEARS Between 1492 and 1504 Columbus made three more voyages across the Atlantic. He took his 13-year-old son Ferdinand with him on the last voyage. He became famous, but not very rich. In the last years of his life, (8) He died on 20 May, 1506, 2. Read these lines about Columbus. Match them with the pictures a [_] He learned to read and write Spanish during his early travels. b [| the Norseman, Leif Ericson, landed there 500 years before Columbus. © || he worked with his father, who was a wool worker. d [_] The Spanish people gave Columbus a hero’s welcome. e [1 his sailors became tired and ill. f (_| he begged King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella of Spain to give him money to discover new lands. g |_| he was in great pain with arthritis and couldn't leave his bed. h | Columbus named it San Salvador, and its people, Indians. 3. Read the story of Christopher Columbus. Complete it with lines a-h, 4. What do the highlighted time expressions in the story refer to? 5. Work with a partner. Use the pictures to retell the story of Christopher Columbus in your own words. Project Research and make notes about a historical character from your country. Discuss them with your partner. Write the story. + give an introduction + include information about his/her early life + include facts about his/her life + write about his/her inal years Writing Unit? 1 ph UNIT 8 TWO EMAILS ~ Informal and more formal 1 Duncan is a student in Manchester and Sally is a student in Edinburgh. Read the email Sally wrote after visiting Duncan, Answer the questions. 1 Did Sally enjoy the weekend? 2. Is Duncan a good cook? 3. Why does Sally want the recipe? 4 How did Sally travel back to Edinburgh? 5 Why did she sleep on the journey? 6 Why is Duncan ‘a star’? 7 When would she like to see Duncan again? 2 8 Is the email formal or informal? 9. Did she visit Duncan before or after their exams? Last Weekend v from: Sally to: dunk.dudet fe: Mon 3 May Hi Duncan, Thanks for last weekend. It was really great. The meal was fantastic ~ didn’t know you could cook! Just kidding ;-) Email me the recipe. I'd like to make cottage pie for my friends here - they're always starving hung The journey was s00000000000 long and boring - the coach stopped at a motorway service station where I had a disgusting cheese sandwich and a cold coffee. Yuk! I slept for the rest of the journey ~ not surprising really - we did dance ALL night! House Rules was a brilliant club, but going to bed at 4 and getting Up at 8 to go back to Edinburgh was awful! You're a star for getting up early to take me to the coach station! Everyone here is worried about the exams. They start next week, lke yours. It was good to forget about them for the weekend! | miss you a lot. Come and visit me soon - it's cheap on the coach. Can't walt to see you again. Email me, or send a text, A Lots of love Sal 10x. Attachments: Bh Temes) 12 Writing Unit 8 44 p65 2. Sally also stayed with Duncans parents for a weekend, Read her thank-you email. Answer the questions. 1 When did she visit his parents? 2 Was it the first time? 3. What did she do there? 4 Did she wait until after the exams to see Duncan? ‘The email to Duncan's parents is more formal than the email to Duncan. ‘Compare the beginnings and endings, then compare line by line. ‘What other differences can you find? THANK YOU from: to: date: Mon 21 April Dear Mr and Mrs Owen, I'd lke to thank you so much for having me to stay last weekend. | had a really lovely time, and | was so pleased to meet you at last. The meal you made was delicious. Duncan told me that his mother was an excellent cook ~ and he was right. | also enjoyed our walk - the ‘countryside and woods near your house are beautiful. The journey back was long and | slept for most of the way. It was very kind of you to drive me to the station so early in the morning. | was very gratefull It's good to be back at university. I have a lot of work at the moment before the exams start. I know Duncan has exams too, so we can't ‘see each other until the end of June - we are just too busy! I'd love to visit again in the summer holidays with Duncan. ‘Thank you again for everything. Best wishes, Sally 4 Write an informal thank-you email after a visit to a friend. Show it to a partner. Discuss ways you could change it to a more formal style. ES UNIT 9 DESCRIBING APLACE — Relative pronouns which, who, where << p76 1 Read and complete the Grammar Spot. PINT 2 Join the sentences with which, who, or where netnanas 1 Jack wrote the letter. It arrived this morning, Which relative pronoun is forpeope, for ‘things, for ‘places? Complete the sentences 2 There’ the park. We play football in it. 1 Weuse which for Thisis the book. thas the information. — This the book which haste information. 3. Thisis the hotel, I always stay here, a eee —— ‘There the house John and Mary leit. 4 Barbara’s got a car It’s faster than yours ‘There’ the house where john and Mary lve. 3. Weuse who for 5 met the man, He lives in the house on the cornet. ike the gi. She sits next to me. ike the girl who sts next to me, 3 Read about London and complete the text with the words from the box. a where the Queen ives ¢ which are much bigger «where the Romans landed 8 which costs £8 a day b which s the biggest who want to drive where you can buy anything fh where you can see My capital city: LONDON London has a population of about 7,000,000. It lies on the River Thames, (1) __ nearly 2,000 years ago. From about 11800 until World War Two, London was the biggest city in the world, but now there are many cities (2) London is famous for many things. Tourists come from all over the world to visit its historic buildings, such as Buckingham Palace, (3) _, and the Houses of Parliament, @. and hear the famous clock, Big Ben. They also come to visit its theatres, its museums, and its many shops, such | as Harrods, (5) ‘And of course they want to ride on the - London Eye next to the river! Like many big cities, London has problems with traffic and pollution. Over 1,000,000 people a day use the London Underground. People (6) into the city centre pay the Congestion Charge, (7) _, but there are still too many cars on the streets. The air isn’t clean, but it is cleaner than i ‘was 100 years ago. For me, the best thing about London is the parks. There are five in the city centre. But my children’s favourite place is 4 Write four paragraphs about your capital city. Begin each paragraph in the same way as the text about London, Answer the questions below. Write 100-150 words. Paragraph How bigisit? Whereisit? Paragraph 3 Does it have any problems? Paragraph 2 Whati it famous for? Paragraph 4 What do youike best about it? 14 Writing Unit 9 ph UNIT 10_COMPARING AND CONTRASTING — Linking words but, however, although <4< ps4 1 But, however, and although have similar meanings 2 Join each sentence in three different ways, with but, Notice how they join these sentences. However, and although. 1 Llove travel, but I don't like flying ~ I prefer the train, 1 Tlike Peter. I dorit love him. 2 Tove travel. However, I don't like flying ~ I prefer 2. Myflat has a balcony. It doesnit have a garden i rea Me tia an 3. My brother's older than me. He’ smaller than me. thou: ‘travel, I don't like flying ~ I prefer ees ail 3 Complete the text with these linking words. Which two sentences are the most formal? but so because however although when My Brothers | have twin brothers, Nick and Chris. Theyre 20 years old and (1) _ they're twins, they are not identical twins (2)___ they are different in many ways. Fora start they don’t look alike. Nick’s got blond hair and blue eyes, and he's quite tall. (3) __, Chris isn’t very tall and he's got red hair and brown eyes. Also, they never wear the same clothes. This is (4) __our mother always dressed them alike (5) __ they were children and they hated it. Something else that they don't ike is (6) ___ people talk about ‘the twins not ‘Nick’ and ‘Chris: They want to be individuals. (7) they do have some interests in common. For example, they love being outdoors, (8) ___they often go for long walks together in the countryside. Also, they both have great computer skill. Infact, they're both studying IT at university, (9) in different towns. Another thing is that they both hate football, which is very unusual for boys of their age. Finally, | must say that | love my brothers very much. (10)__ they have different personalities, they are both lovely brothers. Nick is quiet and quite shy, (1) __ Chris loves going to parties and telling jokes. (12)_, both of them are always very kind to me, their little sister. I can tell them all my problems. 4 Compare two people in your family, or two friends. Try to use some of the highlighted expressions. Include: + anintroduction » what they look ike + their personalities + what they lke doing Writing Unit 10. 115 ES UNIT 11 DESCRIBING A HOLIDAY — Writing a postcard 44 p89 1 Luke and Tina are going on holiday. Read the information about it, ‘QUESTIONS LUKE AND TINA Where/go? South of France When/go? May How/travel? plane and hired car How long/stay? | 10 days Where/stay? ahouse ina vilage What/do? swim, shop in the markets read and relax, eat in good restaurants 2 Complete the questions in exercise 1 about Luke and Tina’s holiday. Ask and answer with a partner. Tote South of France Listen and compare. res The Present Continuous can describe future arrangements. {1m seeing the doctor tomorrow. They/e going on holiday next week ‘What are you doing ths evening? >> Grammar Reference 1.2 p42 3 It’s now 28 May. Luke and Tina are in France. Read the postcard that they are sending. r nd Mel, to friends. Dear Toby ae here in the South of | ‘Complete it with the adjectives from We're having « really (1) —— ne ner nina (3) | the box. Use each adjective once only. France, We're renting a lovely, (2) house Or | deli iderful hot. id village. It's got a swimming pool, which is great laine a | beatified vamer loud weather is quite (4) for May, We usually swim | util relaxed warmer (3 Yesterday there was a huge busy frightened sunny afternaons when the water 0) ——— we were. quite colourful expensive peaceful (6) ___ storm ~ the thuonder was so (7) —— | @ cand ran into the hanse. Today its (9) again 4 Do you sometimes send or receive postcards? and were géing ta the market in-a town called St Pen We | wha waste last Postcard you recived or sent? tive the markets here, theyre so ((0) —_—, but the dl ia ere frome Who too suite (1!) This exening we're having dinner in lea 5. Write a holiday postcard to a friend. restaurant called ‘Le Provengale’ ~ their fod looks (12) | Write about some of these things: 1s so (13) here. We feel very (1). We've reading | ‘a lot — we never have time to read at home, we're always toe (15) —___- Only three more days! See you ston. + whereyouare + where youare staying the journey + theweather + your activites, past, present, and future Read it aloud to a partner. Lots of lave, Luke and Tina 116 Writing Unit ph UNIT 12 APOEM — Choosing the right word << pioi 1 Work with a partner. Match the question words and answers, What...2 | Nobody Where...? | Because I needed a holiday. When...2 | Last September. Why? | Spain, Who...? | Asutease How...2 | The small brown one Which...2- | ttsmine Whose...” | By boat Complete the questions to suit the answers. 2. Read the poem called Why did you leave? Ithas lots of questions in it. Who do you think is asking the questions? Who is answering them? What is the poem about? 3. Discuss with your partner which words best complete the lines of the poem. Read some verses aloud to the class 4 GERD Listen to the poem. Compare your choices. Do you think any of your ideas are better than those in the poem? 5. Write more verses. Complete these lines. Who did you meet? Tmet Who did you meet? Imet How can we help you? You How can we help you? You. What have you learned? Tve learned What have you learned? Tve learned Read your verses to the class: Whose lines are most interesting? Why did you leave? When did you leave? Heft at four in the When did you leave? When the house was. Where have you gone? Toa. erowded city. noisy/huge Where have you gone? Toa. where no one knows me hotel/place What dd you take? Some money. Not my What did you take? ‘Not much. Just How did you travel? By By How did you travel? travelled alone. Ihave. travelled alone. Why di youeave? Because | wanted to see Why dd you leave? Because nobody listened, No one has eve listened to, Why dont they listen? T don't know. I have never. Why don't they listen? Because Ihave very litle to, When are you coming home? When thave become ——_—_ Do not wait. asleep/awake photographs /mobile phone memories/my passport always/never ‘my cousins/the world my problems/me Writing Unit 2 177 Tapescripts e UNIT 1 “The alphabet AD-C-D-E-EGHLS-K TUVWXYZ sees C= Carla D = Davi Hello. My name Carla, What’ your name? D David, © Where are you from, David? 1D I'm from Bristol, Where are you from? Tim from Bristol, too! D Ohi Nice wo meet you! 1 Whats his surname? Prasier 2 Whats his ist name? Bill 3 Where’ he from? Chicago 4 How old is he? 30 5 What’ his phone number? 312555 0749 6 Whats his email address? birasiera'gmailcom 7 Ishe married? No. he isi 1 Whats her surname? 2 Whats her frst name? 3 Where’ she from? 44 How old is she? 5 6 7 What’ her phone number? 1-1 go to Kingston University 2 have a brother and a sister. 3 live with my parents in @ house in West London. 4 My family relly ike Lily! 1 Where are you from? 2 ‘Areyou from London?” "Yes, Lam’ 3 "How old are you?” ‘Tim 15! 4 ‘Are your sisters married?” 5 like you. Youre my friend. 6 Hans isnt fom Germany, he’ from Switreriand. ‘Is your mother a doctor? “No, she isnt Tm not Italian, Tm French, "No, they arent ‘She’ from tay What’ his name? ‘Your English is good, ‘Where she from? ek a teacher from England. ‘Wearent English Spelling 1 My names Vanessa. Thats V-A-N-E-S-S-A. Vanessa 2 My fist name’ Joseph. thats J-O-S-E-P-H, ‘My surnames Bowen, Thats B-O-W-E Joseph Bowen. 3 My names Katie Matthews. Thats Kate, K-ACT-LE, Matthews MoA.T-T-H-E-W.S, 4 My email addres is g “Thats G dot H-U-N°T eight at yahoo dot 5 My emul address is zacyatesgmall. cok, Thats Zac, Z-A-C, dot Yates, PACT-E'S, at gmail dot co dot UK. GD seeps 1 Wheres Annalisa from? aly 2 Wheres her school? Inthe centre of London, Wha her teacher’ name? Charlotte, ‘What’ her family’ name? Wilson, Wheres their house? In Notting Hil, in West London, {6 How old are the two brothers? Edward’ 16 and Rick 19. 7 Isthe weather OK? Yes, itis. 18 cold and sunny. TPP Goodbye, Anal! Havea god dyat Sra Tinney Pee, And you here pod dayat wont 2 God morning. Annas, Whee your hommewoe Alisher, Chavo 3 Atel ist. Whe © Tim rm Mee 48 Atidet plese B the National Clery re 1 Ohegon Tank yeu! 5 A aca, ple B Cerny Here you ae Joseph My iy very big havea sise, Mate, sts and bet Rear hes 2s: Theyre mat arid. Tm mare, es ws ame hel Wee we ee a daughter, Nancy, that's N-A-N-C-Y, she’s 4, nda om Tors oly oma, We ive nar ay pens My dads names ah, nd my nunkb Ode hats O-D.ULE Ses Pree My gurls with cm her name’ Mare Set ny mun mum re you from? 1A Hell, Sally: How are you? B OK, thank you. And you? A Fing, thanks, 2A Hi, Pete, How are you? B All eight, thanks. And yout ‘A Not bad, thank you 3A Good morning. Mr Simpson. How are yout 8 Very well, thank you. And you? AA Fine, thank you. 4A Hello, Mrs Brown, How are you? B Fine, thank you, And yout A Not bad, A Bye, Mum! I time for schoo. B Goodbye darling. Have a good day! A Thanks. Soe you later 2 © Good morning! Good morning! Can Ihave a cae, an espresso, please? © Yes, of course! Anything se? D No, thank you. 3 E Good afternoon! Can I help you? F No, thank you, Were just looking. E “Thats OK. 4G Frank. This s Gina, She’ from our New York office, H Holl, Gina, Nie to meet you 1 Hillo, Frank. Pleased to mect you, too. 5 J. Thank goodness its Friday! Bye, lan. K Bye, Derek. Have a good weekend. J Thanks. Same to you. KK Sce you on Monday! 6 L Good night! Slop well 'M Good night! See you in the morning. Ish likes works writes walks Ya} comes goes earns plays dial teaches 1, Andee isn engine Clan it zologit 2: She comes fom the US. He comes frm New Zeta 2. Helivs in Sila, She ves in Califor, 4. She work inthe desert He works ona ofl ng 5 He earns £20 a day She cans $60,000 ye 6 Sheik her job and he kes his jb, 00 3 He goes tothe gym in his ree time, She walks her dog. Her dog’ name is Brewer. 8 Shc marred. Her aban name sim ‘Andre it marred. Questions and negatives What does Andrew do? Hes an engineer Where does he come from? New Zealand Does he live in Scotland? Yes, he does, Does he live in New Zealand? No, he does Fe isnt married. He doesnt have any children. BD eps 1 Where does Andrew work? On an ol ig 2. Does he work! Yes, he does '3 How much docs he earn? £200 a day, 4 What does he do in his fee time? He goes tothe gym and he plays snooker, 5 Does he lke his job? Yes, he does. 6 Docs he have a dog? No, he doesnt. Stress and intonation 1 Darcey comes from London, 2 Shelves in England 3 She as two clden 44 She plays tenn To 5 David's English, 6 7 a rt He works in Pais, His wife comes from Miami He wirites songs in his fee time. 1A Darcey comes from London. B Yes, ha’ right 2A Shelives in Engla B No, she docs, Shelves in Australi, 3A She has two sons B No, she doesnt, She has two daughters. 4A She writes stores for children, B Yes, that’ right. 5 A Davids English. B No, he isnt. He’ French, 6 A He works al over the world B Yes, tha’ right. 7A Hii wife comes from Miami B No, she doesnt, She comes from Senegal 8 A He writes songs in his fre time B Yes, tha’ right GHB talking about famity and friends 1A My husband comes from Belgium, B Where exactly in Belgium? ‘A From the capil, Brasee 2A My grandmother lives inthe nex town. B Dect she visit you olen? ‘A Yen she does. Every Sanday 3A My nuther foves reading BB What docs she real? A Detective stories 4A My father raves alot nis ob, B Where does got ‘A Heb in erin this week, 5A My ster speaks Spanish very well. She wants to letrn French too. B Does she want to be an interpreter? [A Noy she deat. She wats tobe a teacher. 6 A My il brother watches TV alot BB What doc he ike watching? A Sport, sport sport ander football! 7A My fiend Tom waits a blog onthe Internet B What does he write about? [A Everything and everybody 1A What does your sister do? B Sheva student, She wants tobe a doctor seshe studs ot. 2 A Dos Pte like his new job? B No, he docs He works very hard and he docs earn alot of money 3 A Isthat your dog? B No, ef Hes my mother, He goes vith her everywhere, She loves him alot is name’ Bors. 4A Your friend Ell speaks English very wel B Yes, she does. She goes to England every 5 A What does your grandiather do all the tine? B Wel he watches TV aot, but on Satur he pays golf with fiends, and on Sundays he vials us 1 He ikes his job. 2 She loves working. 3 He int married. 44 Does he have three children? 3 Where does he go? Improving style David Guetta ~The superstar D] with ‘O-million bits on YouTube! David Guetta is Trench, He lives in Paris, but the works all over the world. Hes a very famous DJ. Hes number 3 in the “Top 100 DJs" poll. He works with alot of pop stars, such as Britney Spears, Celine Dion, and Madonna He sometimes verites songs for them. He rally likes Lady Gaga, and he wants to work with har. His jobs very exciting, and he likes ita Tot. He married to Cathy She comes fom Senegal. Sheba businesswoman and an actress. ‘They often goto Tbiza. Every yea, they have parties there. People love thei parties. Cathy and David have two young children, and they Tove to spend time with them, ‘An interview I= Interviewer = Student ‘Can Lask you some questions about your school? $ Yes, of couse How many students ae in your school? “There are 650 now. 1 Thats quite a lot. And how many teachers? § Tenteachers, 1 8 1 s 1 And what time do your classes start? Five olock every day. How much does it cost? (Oh, the schoo! is re. ‘Very good! And your teacher, what’ your teacher’ name? '§ Babur Abi. Hes ony sixteen, 1 Sixteen! That's amazing! Is he a good teacher? § He is very good indeed T. What does he teach? $ He teaches English, Bengali, history and maths Thats lot of subjects. Does he work hard? Oh, yes, very hard. He studies all day and Ine feaces us every evening. Hes the best teacher in the world! TEND jobs 1 She a hairdresser. She cuts hair, 2 Heb a pilot, He lies from Heathrow airport. 3 Shea receptionist. She works ina hotel, 4 Hes an architect, He designs buildings 5 She's lawyer She works for a family lave firm, 66 Hes taxi driver. He knows all the streets ‘of London, 7 She’ a journalist. She writes news stores, {8 Hesa dentist. He looks after people’ teth, '9 She’ a nurse, She works in the City Hospital 10 Hesan accountant. He likes working with money. 1A What does your brother dot B Hoa ours. He writes for The Times newpaper A Oh thats good joh 2 -€ What docs your father dot D Heb an accountant, He works for abig firm in mc © And your mother® What does she dot D Sheva teacher She teaches French and Spanish 3B Dies your sister workin the centre of F Yew she dos. hes receptionist She vrorks in he Riz Hote Oh thats near where T work, 4G Areyoua doctor? H Nom not. fm a re G Oh, but want to sce a doctor 5 JL want tobe a pit when Ti big Ianto bea lawyer. They eam fos of J Milos ear ot too, and they travel the world ‘What time is it? is five dock. Ws eight o'lock. Ws half past five Ws half past eleven, Ws quarter past five Ws quarter pas wo, Ws quarter to six. Its quarter to nine Ws five past five Ws ten past ive ts twenty past five, Ws twenty-five past ive Ws twenty-five to six. Its twenty to six Ws ten to six Ws five to six seepat 1A Excuse me. Can you tell me the time, please? B Yes, of course Its just after sx o'clock A Thank you very much 2 € Excuse me. Can you tell me the time, please? D Im sorry. I dont have a watch, Never mind. 13 E Excuse me, What time does the bus leavet F Alten past ten. E “Thank you, What time is it now? F is about five past. Five past ten? F ‘No, no five past nine. Youre OK, No need to hurry. 4G When does this lesson end? H At four o'clock. G Oh deat! ls only quarter past thre! e UNIT 3 Lisa's two jobs i, Im Lisa Parsons im 24 years old and 1 live in New York City: fm always very busy ‘but I'm very happy. From Monday to Friday work in a bookstore, the Strand Bookstore ‘Manhattan, Then on Saturdays I have ;nother job - ima singer with a band. Its _great because Tove books and Tove singing ‘On weekdays I usually finish work a 6 o'clock, but sometimes 1 stay late, uti 9 or 10 oelock At night. On Saturday evenings, Tsing in highiclubs in all parts ofthe city { donit go to hed until 3 or 4 oelock in the morning. On ‘Sundays, [dont do much ata. often eat in alte restaurant near my apartment. I never ‘cook on a Sunday. Tm too tired 1 Where do you live? In New York. 2. Do you like your job? Yes, 1 do, 3 Do you relax at weekends? No, I dont. 4 Why dont you relax at weekends? [Because I sing in nightclubs. nteriewer Lo= Lisa Hy Li Neto meet ou Nieto mee you oe Now her you fle singin nights faci New fork “hats ight {Tove sing ‘And hood areyou Li? moe ‘And d you et New York? $s ole dayton near he rie, [And where do you wont Tor ns boston The Strand Bookstore instahatan" ‘What ime do you finish work? Was sual nish at 6 lock but, Somes aya un 9 or 10 ok, Bal Tans tna 6 on Saturdays bese Taing in te eveg Hortay poe dos beat Taste! Te bookstore snd singing ‘And do youth your abet Oh yest ive them bth Whydo you tie theme Beene {Tove singing and Tove books. Pn Toc Tove my mon What do you goon Sundays? Tort do mach ta fe eatin aie ‘tara ner my parent Deyo sunatiac eon Sanday 1 Newt tintoo td T understand tha Thankyou very much or yourtine, ie 1 My plore 1 L t 1 Lisa, why do you ike your job? 2 Where do you live in New York? 3 What do you do on Tuesday evenings? 4 She realy loves singing, 5 She eats alot. 6 What does she da on Sundays? ‘Talking about you 1 What time do you getup? Atabout 7 ofdock on weekdays 2 Where do you goon holiday? To Turkey or Egy. 3 What do you doon Sundays? always el 4 When do you do your homework? When gst home 5 Who do you live with? My mother and brother. 6 Why do you like your job? Because i interesting 7 Hove do you travel to school? ‘Usually by bs, {8 Do you go out on Friday even Xe de sometimes: In my fre time 1 Andy ‘A'T pay tennis lot. ' no good bat Hike playing. B When do you pay? ‘A Oh, summer usually bt sometimes in spring and autumn if its sunny. 2 Roger My favourite sport is skiing. Igo skiing swith my family every year Well love B When do you go? Always in January or February, after ‘Christmas, We goto France B And are youa good skier? 1 Tim OK. My wiles good, the kids realy good ~ but fim just OK 3 Linda B Do you go to the gym every day? L Yes, Ido, everyday, every morning before work B And do you go swimming there? 1 Yes. swim every morning to. Do you wt go tothe gym? 1B Wall -erno, ! doni, like my bed inthe morning! 4 Ben & Josh B_Youlike a lot of sports, dost you? BJ Oh yeah, my favourite windsurfing, Me and my brother goto surf school every summer and .. and we ply golf and football ofcourse. B_Alloutdoor sports? BS] Er-no, we watch sport lot on TY, and we play computer games aller school B__ Notalotoftime for homework then? 5 Sandra & Brian In winter we love evenings at home. B What do you do? Watch TV? 'S Wal, yes, sometimes. We ike all the ‘cookery programmes [love cooking. B Oh, we love those programmes too, but we often play cards on winter evenings. '§ Welike cards too, but we only play ‘when were on holiday in summer. Isa “holiday thing’ our family. B What do you play? Wall, usuilly Wwe pa Toten watch TV. T sometimes watch French films. always listen to music im the car I dont play the piano. T sometimes play cards with friends. 1 go dancing alot. T go shopping every Saturday 1 getup late on Sundays. Toften cook dinner for my fiends. EBD 00g Extract from 20-something by Jamie Cullum Dr Susan Hall ~ The work-life balance Of course, work is important for us all, it gives us money to lve, it gives structure to our everyday lives. But, fora happy, balanced lif, i also important to “play” sometimes. It {important to find time to relax with friends and family ts not good to think about work all the time, I know from my work as a doctor that its sometimes difficult not to take your ‘work problems home - but ifyou take your problems home you never relax, and its \ificult for your family, and bad for your health. Dorit live to work, work to live! Life is ‘more than work. Social expressions 1A Biye! Have anice day! Thanks. Same to you, See you later, 2-H msorry Tm late, The trafics very bad this morning. B Never mind. Come and sit down, ‘3B Whats the matte, Hakan? Do you have a problem? H Yes, Tdonit understand this exercise, 4. HCan Lopen the window? Its really warm inhere B Sore, Good idea, Is hot in here, iat 2 5-H Can you help me? What does bilingual 1B Ie means in two languages. 6 C Do you wanta macchiato? HL Pardon? Can you say that again? 7H Excuse me! Is ths seat fee? D Yes, tis, Do sit down ifyou want. 8 F Parlez-vous francais? H Tim sorry I donit speak French, 9A Hi, Hakan! How vas your day? Hi Good, thanks, Really interesting, How shout you? aD 1 see p29 2-H im sorry I'm lat, The traffic very bad this morning, BB Never mind. Come and sit down, H Thanks. B Were on page 28, {3B Whats the matter, Hakan? Do you havea problem? H Yes, I dont understand this exercise. B Dont worry. Til help you with H Oh, thank you very much, 4-H Can I open the window? Is really warm inhere B Sure. Good idea. Its hot in here, iat it? H Very. Thanks a lot 1B That allright. [ Uhink we all need some fresh ar. 5-H Can you help me? What does bilingual B Ih means into languages. H Oh, right, ofcourse. [need to buy a bilingual dictionary? © Yeah, thats very good deat 6 D Do you want a macchiato? H Pardon? Can you say that againz D A macchiato, Do you want a macchiato? H Sorry. What isa macchiato? D ita strong white coffee. H Er ~ yes, OK. Fine. Il try one. Thank yout! 7-H Excuse mel Is this sat free? D Yes, itis. Do sit down if you want. H Thanks very much, Thats very kn D Not tall. Are you a new student? H Yes, Iam. D Are you having a good time? H Yes, Is getting better, thanks, 8 E Parlez-vous fangais? H Tm sorry. I dont speak French, E Oh! Its OK. It doesnt matter, H Can [help your E No, Dont worry. I need 8 my bomework, but I can doit H Alright 9A Hi, Hakan! How was your day? H Good, thanks, Rally interesting. How about you? ‘A Oh, not bad. Just another day at work H Well, tomorrows the weekend. A Yes thank goodness! help with living room sola DVD player armchair bookshelves katchen ‘cooker fridge table ‘washing machine street ‘bus stop post office cae pavement chemists trafic lights A flat to rent J=JosieE= Emily J. Herc a fat in Queens Road! E Isitnice? J. Theres a big living oom. E Mmm! J. And there are two bedrooms. E Great! What about the kitchen? 1 There’ anew kitchen, E Wow! How many bathrooms are there? J Er... there jst one bathroom. E Istherea garden? 1 No, there isfta garden. E It doesnt matter. It sounds great! Is thera shower? Teather Istherea get Nester Wathen Novthee it ow many bedrooms are there? th ow many bathrooms ae thers? on ow many armchairs are thee? re Are there any picts? No there arr ‘ew thee ary busied es thereare ‘Are there any carpets? No, there arent Prepositions ‘The latin Queens Road. WS onthe first floor. 1 2 3 Sahovea chemist, 4 5 “The chemist’ is next toa clothes shop. ‘Theres a mobile phone shop opposite the clothes shop. Theresa post ofice near the flat. “The bus stop is outside the café “Thercé a bench under a tre, ‘What’ in your picture? The fat is near the centre of town. It has four ‘bedrooms, a lovely living room with views ‘over the town, and two bathrooms. The ‘itchen is very big, and theresa dining room “The flat ison the second floor. In the living rooen there are two sos ad an armchait There area lt of pictures on the wall. Theresa carpet infront of the fire, and theresa TV and DVD player. There is table in front of the sof, GED Anew sat Se has some plates She has alot of clothes Sie doesnt have any glasses. Se has some pictures She has alot of CDs, Sie doesnt have any mugs. She has a lot of shoes She doesnt have any towels. Sie has some cups. ‘hisithat/thesethose J=Jorie A= Shop asistant E'= Emily 17 Hove much this lamp, please? ATG ES. 2 J Tike that picture. E Yes ithlovly! 23.F How much ae these lasses? A Theyre el 4.1. Tove those towels E Theyre fabulous 5 J. Look at those flowers! E Theyre beaut 6 E Do you lke this ketde? J. Yaht Isa great colour! 7 How much are these mugs? A Seach 8 J. Lookat that coat E You dont nest any more clothes! ‘What's in your bag? Cristina. Whats in my bag? Wal there’ my phone and my pure, of course. have some pens. always have some pens. A blue one, finda redone. And ther’ my day. net to iknow what appointments Ihave. And I have alipstck....Oh, and Keys. Thave some ke ‘ny house keys and my cr keys. And tha all Describing your home My new flat ‘My new flat is near the centre of town, s0 1 ‘often walk to work. Its nat very big, but its very comfortable! There’ just one bedroom, a living room, and quite a big kitchen witha table in the centre. This is good because [Tove cooking, and Ican invite my friends to dinner. “The living room has one big window. It faces south, soit’ lays very sunny Lave two comfortable old armehairs, but I dont have a ‘sofa because the room is quite small ‘here isnt a garden, but there’ a small balcony in my bedroom. I want puta ‘chair there so [canst in the sun on summer evenings. love my new flat for many reasons: the big kitchen, the sunny living room, but most of all love it because ts my first home! see p36 1A Do you know Alice has a new boyfriend? B Really? Ishe OK? ‘A Mm! He’ lovely! 1B Ooh! Whats his name? A Tames, B Good for Abie! 2 Ben as a new fat. D Wav! Where sit? € In the centre of town, D isitnice? © Ob, yes. Is fantasti! The living room is fabulous! 3 E What a horrible day! F Yes, itis Rain, rain, rain, 1s terrible ‘weather a the moment, E Oh, wall! Tomorrow's another day! 4G Mmmm! This isan excellent mel! HE Thank you! im pleased you like it G And the wine is wonderfull Where it from? HEIthink its French, Yes itis. French, 5 I Love your shoes! "Theyre great! J They're nie, arent they? Theyre Italian, L The colours amazing! Red! Wow! 6 K Wehavea new teacher Her names Nancy. L Isshe nicet K No, shes awful hate her. L Why? K [dont understand her. She talks, and talks, and talks all the time! Adverb + adjective 1A Look at Angel ca! Is a Mercedes! 1B Wow! They're really expensive! Ist fast? A Very fist. 2A Does Tom havea lot of money? B Wel he has a really beautiful house with avery big garden, and a swimming pool. ‘A Mm. Hes very rch, isnt het 3 © Do you like my new jeans? D Yeah! They're relly nice! What make are they? They're Prada How much were they? “They werert expensive. Well, not very expensive 4 E Look! Thats Peter’ new gisfrend! F Mm Shek pretty, How old is she? E ‘Twenty-eight F Wow! That’ old! E ‘Twenty-cight? That ist very old! 5G Maras very clever, int she? Oh, yes She really intelligent, She knows everything. G Do you like her? HE No not really. She isnt very nice to tale to. G No, I dont ike her either. see ps7 ‘one and a hal twwoand a quarter six point eight seventeen point five ‘oh two ob, seven four eight one, six four nine oh ‘oh seven eight six one, five double six seven ig 1 There are thirty students in my class seventeen boys and thirteen girs, 2 Tliveat number 62, Station Road. My ‘mobile umber i 07629 34480, 13 My father works in a big hotel, There are 460 rooms on sixteen floors. 4 The population of my town i 280,00. ‘Numbers and prices 1 How much is this book?’ Six pounds fifty? 2 “How much are thee pictures? "Twenty four pounds each’ only earn 18,00 a year. "How much is this car? "£9,500 “Just this postcard, please? “That's 60p, please? 66 ‘Can T have these jeans please ‘Sure, thats si 7 "How mach ea return ticket from Paris to Madrid? "€150? {8 There are about 1.4 dollars to the euro, -S UNIT 5 Superman! Superman comes from the Planet Krypton. He can fly at the speed of light he can see through walls; he can jump 250 metres; he can speak every language; he can turn back time. There's ing Superman cant do! Superman is fantastic! A= Alfie I= by ‘A Superman’ fantastic! 1 Ham! What can he do? ‘A Hecan do everything! T Nop he cant AA Yes, he can. He can fly atthe speed of light, the can se through buildings, and he can speak every language in the world! Alfie 1=Ivy {A Hle can speak every language inthe world! 1 Realy? Toni believe that. ‘A Well, he can! Can you speak any languages? 1 Yes, can. I can speak French and Spanish a litle bit. We learn them a school ‘A Wel, can speak French too. 1 Oh, yeah?! ‘A Ican say ‘Bonjour and ‘Merci Thats nothing! You cant speak French at all ‘A Wel, can skateboard! You cat 1 doit want to skateboard, Tike other ‘things. What about skiing? Can you ski? ‘A Yealy [can skia bit, but my mum and dad can ski rilany 1 Tove skiing. I can ski relly well ‘A-OK, OK, we can do some things, but Superman can do everything. There’ nothing Superman cant do. T Oh, you and Supermant Remember he not real, hes only a an you speak any languages?” “Yes, I can. can speak French and Spanish: ‘You cart speak French at all! “Tan skateboard! You cant fan you ski? “Tan skia bit, but my mam and dad ean ski brilliantly 5 ‘Superman can do everything, There's nothing Superman cant do! see p39 Ivy can’t cook, Can you? Ivy: So what can I do? Speak a foreign language ... Hm. Well, yes, Ican speak Trench, and Spanish a lie bi, but just holiday Spanish! Cooking? No, I cant cook ata My mum can, she’ fantastic cook! Hmmm, Sports ~ well, I hink Tm quite good at sports ~ my cousin Alfie says Pm not hecause Tearit skateboard, but skateboarding’ not sport. [can swim of course, Everyone can swim, cait they? I can swim very well, ike ‘Swimming, and [ike tennis, Tan play tennis {ite well ut skiing is my best sport, love it and Tcan sk realy wel, relly fast. Musical instruments? Er... well, no, cat play any ‘musial instruments. My dad can play the guitar biliandy, and my mum can play the piano abit, but I cant play anything at all. ‘She can speak Spanish a little bit ‘She eat cook aa ‘She can swim very well. ‘She can play tennis quite well, ‘She can ski really well Heer da can play the guitar bili Her mum can play the piano a bit ‘She cant play anything ata. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 can or can't? 1 She can cook. 2 Least hear you 3 “They cant come tothe party. |4 Can you sce my glasses anywhere? '5 You can alays get what you want 6 Can you do the homework? see pio Pronunciation was Monday. We were at school 1 2 3 "Was it sunny?""Yes,itwas! 44 "Was it cold?" "No, it waselt? 5 "Were you at school?" "Yes, we were! 6 "Were they at school?” No, they werent? ‘Mare Yu ~ Pianist 1 He was born on January 5, 1999, California, USA. 2 He can play the piano and the cello 3 He could play the piano when he was three. 44 He could play the cello when he was four. Last year he played with Lang Lang, the amous Chinese pianist, in New York. They were a big succes, Cleopatra Stratan - Singer ‘Cleopatra Stratan isa singer: She was born on October 7th, 2002 in Moldova, near Romania, ‘She could sing beautifully when she was just {wo years old, When she was thre, she made an album, La virta de tei ani. Her album ‘was a big success 150,000 were sold round the world 25 October, 1881 ~ 8 Api ‘A Hey; look at that painting! I a Picassl 1B Oh ye! Fantastic! ‘A Where was Picasso born? B In Malaga, ‘A. Ah So he was Spanish? B Yes, he was ‘A Were his parents rch? B Wel, they worerit rich and they werent poor. His father, Don José, was a painter and a professor of art, His mother, Dona Maria, was a housewite ‘A So was Picasso good at drawing when he ‘was young? B Ob, yes He was a child prodigy He could ‘draw before he could speak. His ist word was lips, which is Spanish for pen ‘A Wow! What a story! Noun + noun 1A Excuse me! Is there a post office near here? BB Yes, Can you see the bus stop over there? A Yes, Tean, BB Well its next to the bus stop. Nea the trafic lights. A Thanks, 2A Leant find my sunglasses, B Not again Look in your handbag! ‘A Wheres my handbag? B Its in the living room. ‘A Oh yes There iis, and there they are! 3A Excuse me! Is there a petrol station near here? B A petrol station? Yeah, Go past the rallay station andthe car park. Is just before the motorway. [A Thats very kind, Thank you, GBB Verb + noun 1A You send a lot of text messages! B know. My mobile phone is my best fiend! 2 A Do you earn alot of money? B What a question! Mind your own business! 3A Do you live on the third floor? B Yes, have a great view. [can see right cover the toe, 4A Do you wear a suit and te when you go to work? B No, no. Where I work is very casual, 1 wear jeans and a Tshirt 5 A Can you play the guitar? B Yes, ean, And the piano, And the violin, 6 A Can you ridea motorbike? B I can, Do you want to come fora ride? You can sit onthe back, 7A Can you drive acar? B Of course not! 'm only 161 '8 A You havea fl-time job, Who looks ier your children? B ‘They goto playschoo 9 A Do you watch TV a low? B No, not really just in the morning, and Inthe evening, and sometimes in the aernoon, 10 A [cant speak any foreign languages. B I can, German and Spanish Prepositions TA Doub string to musct B Yevafeoune Thal on my Pod 2A What sort ot msido you ke? B Alsons but cecil oz 3A Wheres your gin om? Isshe Mencant 1 Nove Shs fom Braz She pals Porque 44 fbn mare Miket B Thats ght Do you know er? 5 A Do you want to come shopping with me? B Oh, yes, Can you wait a minute? I get amy coat. 6 A Were there any good programmes on television ast night? BT donit know. [was on the Internet all evening. 7A What do you want for your birthday? B Can [have an Phone? Or is that too expensive? 8 A Can I speak to Dave? Is he at work today? B Sorry, hes on holiday allthis week. Hes back next week Polite requests 1A Can [havea coffe, please? B Yes, of course. 2A Can you open the door for me, please? Sure. No problem, A Thanks. {3 A Could Ihave the mens, please? D Certainly, madam, 4A Could you tll me the time, please? E is 10.30, A Thanks alo. 0 Can...? Can thavea Can [have a coffe, please? Could you ..? Could you tell me ‘Could you tll me the time, please? ap 1A Can Thavea cheese sandwich, please? B In white or brown bread? 2A Could you post this eter for me, please? B Yes, ofcourse, No problem. 3A Can you give me your email address? B I think you have it alread. 4A Can [speak to you fora moment? B Can it wait? ma bit busy 5A Gould you lend me £20 il tomorsow? BE can lend you ten but not twenty. 6 A Can you give mea hand with this box? B Ofcourse. Do you want it upstairs? $ UNIT 6 Oprah - TV Star and Billionaire ‘The woman Oprah Winfrey isa famous Amerian TV sta Shelves in California but she also as an apartment in Chicago, where she works. Oprah sone ofthe richest women in Americ, ‘She earns millions of dllars every yet She giver a fot of money to charity GEBD ee pis watched interviewed studed talked moved stared earned opened Her succes In 1984, Oprah moved to Chicago to work ona TV talk show called A.M. Chicago. She talked to lots of intresting people about their problems, Oprah says, ‘People’s problems are ‘my problems The show was very successl, so in 1985, twas renamed The Opra Winfrey Show. 49 milion people in 134 ‘countries watched i every week. In 1993, she Interviewed Michael Jackson and 100 milion people watched the programme, Last year, she ‘earned $260, 000,000, Her charity work mn 1998, Oprah started the charity Oprait Angel [Network to help poor children allover the world. In 2007, she opened a special schoo in Johannesburg, The Oprah Winfrey Academy for Gin She says, ‘When L was a kid, we were poor and we didnt have mich money. So what did 1 dot I studied hard? There are 152 girl atthe schol, and Oprah calls them her daughters ~ the children she didat have in rel lie ap 1 Where did her father work? Ina coal mine. 2 What did her mother do? She cleaned houses, 3 Who did Oprah live witht Her grandmother 4 What did she study? Drama. 5 When did she interview Michael Jackson? In 1998, {6 How much did she earn last year? $260 million. 7 When did she open the gin’ school? In 2007. 8 Did her parents earn much money? 1No, they did see pts lene ecced studied waned towel led watched erie ‘opened decided Interview with Ben Way Interviewer B = Ben Way THI Ben, Nee to met you, Can you tll us a bit about your ee B Wel, was born on Sepemiber 28th 1980 in Devon inthe south-west of England ‘And what did your parents do? ‘My dad was a accountant and my mum vas an artist Did you go to schoo in Devon? Ye, iT went toa small village schoo Did you enjoy school? Nod enjoy ia al. {had problems because Twas dstexic and couldnt read and write ‘thats ficult. B Yes, but when I was nin, ny dal gave me a computer and itchanged my lie. {Toved took everywhere with me. Thlped my frends and my paren frends with their computers Very good ~ and then 2 Then wrote my first software programme hen Twas Just 1 and when Twas 15, Tegan my own computer company 1 Tha fanatic Was sucess? B Yes, very succesful ~ so successfil that, eh schoo t 16 and 1. Yes, 1 know. you wet a millonaite at 171 B Yes, made ny rst milion at 17 and at 19, Tha £185 milion 1 Anat 20 you won "Young Entrepreneur of the Year B Yes, Tid. Tofen went on TV and radio and {aed about Iwas amazing! 1 And then one yar ater? B Yes and then ast year ater, when Twas 21 Tost everything Disaster Dotcom business everywhre went down. 1 Yeah but now you'e up again! Another company, anther £1 mili! 2 Tenow 1 work hard bat Im also very tacky? GEED Regular and irregular verbs 1L-My grandad was born in 1932. He died in 2008. 2 My parents met in London in 1983, They gol marred in 1985, 13 Tarrived late forthe lesson, It began 2olcock. 4 Teaught the bus to school today. It took jst 40 minutes. 5 Thad a very busy morning [sent 30 emails before 10 o'lock, {6 Our foosball team won the mateh 3-0. Your team lost again, 7. My brother earned a lot of money in is last job but he left because he didet like '8 T studied Chinese for four years, but when | went to Shanghai, I couldait understand a word. A biography ‘The multimillionaire Ben Way Hen Way is 35 yeas old and he runs a company called "Rainmakers; Bens a computer rlionare. However, he wast always so successful. As a child, he was dyslexic so he Aide do well at school. He diet read or write ‘anil he was nine and bis father gave him a ‘computer He wrote his fist sofia program ‘when he was 11, He dit goto university because at 15 he started his own company. He first became a millionaire when he was just 17, He continued tobe very successful until he was 21, He won a business awa in 2000, but then in 2001 he lost it all One yea later he sarted ‘Rainmakers’ and now he’ a millionaire again B Good morning. What beautiful tuna! Hove Tong did it take to catch them? F Oh, about two hours. B Only two hours! Amazing! Why didat you fish fr longer and catch more? I didat want to fish for longer. With this I hhave enough fish for my family. B But what do you do with the rest of your slay? Areit you bored? F Tim never bored. 1 getup lat, play with my cildren watch football, and take a esta ‘with my wife, Sometimes in the evenings, T walk to the village to see my fiends, play the guitar, and sing some songs. B Realy? That’ all you do? Look, Lam a very sucessful businessman. I went to Harvard University and I studied business, Ian help you. Fish fr four hours every day and sll the extra fish you catch. F But B ... Then, you can buy a bigger boat, catch ‘more, and eaen more money. P But B ... Then buy a second boat, a third, and So on, until you have a big let of fishing boas F But Bi ..and you can export the fib, and leave ‘his village, and move to Mexico City, oF LA, ‘or New York, and open a fishing business F OK, OK, but how long will al ths take? BB Ex. let me think -er probably about 15 to 20 years. F 150 20 years! And then what, Senor? B Why, thatthe exciting part! You can sll your business and hecome very rich, a Inilioaice F A nullionare? Really? But what do Ido ‘with all the money? B Well let me think: Erm- I know, you ean stop work, and -er, move toa lovely, ld fishing village where you can sleep lat, play with your grandchildren, watch football {ake a siesta with your wife, and walk to the village in the evenings where you can play ‘the guitar, and sing with your friends all, you want F Mmmm — wall Fisherman’ children Papa, Papa, did you ‘atch many fish? FF caught enough for us today and tomorrow, and also some fr this gentleman. Please, Sefior, have some of my beautifil fish ‘Goodbye Senor. Come on children, ets go home Describing feelings 1 L went to hed late last night, so im very tired today, 2 My football team lost again Tm really annoyed! {3 T won £20,000 in the lottery! Tm so excited 44 Lean find my house keys. 'm really ‘worried. 5 Thave nothing todo and nowhere to go. 1 am so bored! 6 “The professor gave a great lecture. I was realy interested. 1A Did you enjoy the film? 1 Nata tas rng A Oke lved tt wa ely interesting, td very fay. Bit ugh onc! 2G How mas your ean? D Awl Tie ery wore But you work eal har D thom tue ut wo inthe oor, ut the a ie day Toul ead he questions Dont worry Tim sue youl be OK 3. That yan great mac Rely excing ¥ Only browne jour nem you Wes bored. But it wast boring a all I was a fantastic game! F Wel I didnt enjoy it, and now Tim annoyed because | paid £45 for my ticket 4G Wherls Nina biethday? HE You mean ‘When washer birthday? It was lst Friday, March 24th, G Oh no! Was she annoyed that 1 forgot? HL No, no, she was just worried that you Aida lke her any more. see p3 ‘What's the date? “The first of Apri. April the first. ‘The second of March, March the second. ‘The seventeenth of September. September the seventeenth, 4 “The ninth of November, Novernber the ninth 5 The 29th of February, 1976. 6 December the ninetcenth, 1983, 7 ‘The tied of October, 1999, 8 May the 3st, 2005, 9 July 15th, 2015, oD 1 October the 3st. 2 The 23rd of june 3 July the 15th, 44 March the th, 2012, 5 “The 18th of February, 2020. 6 “The 170h of September, 1960. e UNIT 7. 20th Century Quiz 1 Henry Bord sold the fist Model-T in 1908, 2 The first talking movie, The Jazz Singer, was in 1927, 3 Einstein published his theory of relativity about 100 years ago. 4 The Russian Revolution was in 1917 5 ‘The first non-stop fight around the world was about 60 years ago, {6 About 60 million people died inthe Second World War, 7 The Berlin Wall came down in 1989 '8 Man frst landed on the moon on July 20, 1969. 9 “The Beatles had 17 number 1 hits in the UK, 10 ‘The twentieth century ended at midnight ‘on 31" December, 2000 “The good old days T=Tommy B= Bill TT Grandad, when you were a boy dd you have television? 'B Of course we had television! But it wast a colour TV like nov twas black and white "T And were there lots and los of channels? How many TV channels were there? 1B Only two. But that was enough! We loved it! And there werent programmes all day long. Nothing inthe morning and nothing in the aiernoan! ‘T Oh, no! What time did programmes begin? 1B C430, when childrens TV started. There ‘were some great programmes for us children I can tll you! We had real stories in those days! ‘T Did your mum and dad give you pocket money? B Yes, but [worked fori! I cleaned the kitchen and did the washing-up, We didnt Ihave dishwashers in those days! 'T Thats terrible! How much pocket money did you ge? 1B My dad gave me sixpence a week. That two anda hall p these days! He didn’ give me much, did he? But we bought comics and ‘T What sort of comies did you buy? B Wel, [bought a comic called the Eagle, and it was full of adventure stories. And ‘Superman! That was really exciting! {T Wow! Did you have holidays? B Yes, but not like nowadays, People didnt go abroad. Inever took a plan lke people do row It was too expensive! 'T Where did you goon holiday? B "To the seaside, in England. TT How did you gt there? 1B My father drove. We had a Ford cara Ford Prefect it was. We went to the same place ‘every yea "T Why did you goto the same place? Why dit you go somewhere different? B Because weal liked it there! 'T Tim pleased I wasnt alive then! It sounds really boring! 1B Ob, no! Thats where youre wrong! It was the best fun ever! 1 How many TV channels were there? 2 What time did programmes begin? 3 How much pocket money di you get? 4 What sort of comics did you buy? 5 6 7 Where did you go on holiday? How did you get there? Why did you go tothe same place? ap 1 Where did you go? “To the shops 2 When did you go? Yesterday, 3 Who did you go with? Afiiend from work. 4 How did you get there? By bus, 5 Why did you go? Because wanted to 6 What did you buy? A shin. 7 How many did you buy? Only one. {8 Hove much did you pay? £29, Listening and pronunciation 1 Where do you want to go? 2 didnt goto college 3 Where was het 4 Do you like it? 5 Why did he come? 6 She docsat work there, GHD Alisss tie ‘A= Alls, F=TPreddy F You arest English, are you, Alisa? Where axe yu from? {A No, Tin Rassan I was bor in St Petersburg F Isthat where you grew up? ‘A Ye lived wih my parents and two asters ina house nea the univers. My father worked athe university. F Obshow interesting! What was his job? Was hea teacher? A Yes he was a professor of peychology F Realy? And what did yout mother do? ‘A She was a dactor She worked in a hosp F So, where did you goto school? A Twent to. Calhoe High School. Twas therefor ten years then, when Iwas 18 1 went to university. What dd you study? ‘A Tstuied philosophy and education at tniversiy in Moscow Tas there forfour years Wows And di you start work afer tha? ‘A.Noy travelled inthe Sates for six months, 1 worked ina summer camp near Yellowstone National Pat. Iwas amazing! B Itsounds great And whats your jb now? ‘A Tork Janioe high school in Pais. teach Rusia and English, F Your English s really good! Well, twas very nice to meet yo, Alisa A Nice to meet you oo ye! ‘I 1909 Bleriot made the isa journey {from Calais Do ‘ltt was jst 37 years od when he flew across the Channel I took ims just 37 minutes. He took off rom France a 4.30 in the morning Fe le his plane at 40 miles per hour, He few a 250 fect above the Sa ee won a prize of £1,000. 41969 Neil Armstrong became the frst man {0 walk othe moon. Three astronauts few in Apollo 1. The rocket tok three days o get othe mon, Iterled the moon 30 times. Itlanded at 817 am, on 20 Jy, 1968, Six handed million people watched on TV. ‘el Armatrong sd That’ one smal step for man, one giant leap fr mankind? ‘The astronaut spent 2 hours on the moon. Noises in the night Te was about two o'dock in the morning, and suddenly Toke up. Thea a nls. got dr ofbed and went hslydownsae. There was aligh on in the Hiving room. listened ‘refill I ould heat to men speaking very quietly. ‘Burglars"’ I thought, Immediately T tan back upstairs and phoned the police. T ‘ras really frightened. Fortunately the police avved uicly. They opened the font door and went nto the living oom, Then they ame {psa to sce me. Ryall right now it they ‘explained, We trned the television ff or your Specal occastons 1 Happy birthday to you, Happy birthday to you, “Happy birthday, dear Granda, Happy birthday to you. 2 A Did you get any Valentine cards? BB Yes did Listen Yo this, Roses are re voles ae ble, You are my Valentine, And Tove yo. {A Wow! Do you know who its fom? B Noten 3. Mummy! Day! Wake up 1s Christmas Man? What ime is? is morning! Look. Father Christmas gave me ths present! E Oh, that lovely! Merry Christmas, dating! 4 F Congratulations 1 great news! G Thank you very much. Were both very happy. F So whens the big day? 1H Pardon? Your wedding day! When is i? 1H December the 12th, You'l get an 5-1 its midnight! Happy New Year, everyone! JKL Happy New Year! {6 © Wake up, Mummy! Happy Mother's Day! ‘Thank you, darling. Ob, what beautiful flowers! And a cup of tea! Well areit | lucky! And we made you a card! Look! Its beautifull What clever children you 7 M Thank goodness its Friday! NN Yeah! Fave a good weekend! Mame to you. -S UNIT 8 GEBD seeps Who's a fussy eater? D=Duncan N= Nick N Oh, good, we have some tomatoes, D Sorry Nick. dont ike them, N Come on Duncan! Tomatoes are good for you. di ike them much when as a Chil, but [love them now. D Hmm ~I didnt ke alot of things when 1 was a kid, N Ah you were a fussy eater! What didnt you like? D [didnt like any groen vegetables. N Did you lke any vegetable at all? D Only potatoes. [Toved chips. N What about fruit? Did D Liked some fruit, but bananas, I Tike fruit juice. [drank alot of| apple juice N And now you drink beer and wine! 1D Yeah ~and cofe. But I didnt like coffe or tea when Iwas aki. IN So-what were your favourite foods? Tliked ice-cream, chocolate crisps biscuits, expecially chocolate biscuits. -er- you know, ked all the usual things kids like. N Allthe unhealthy things! D [liked pasta too, Pasta with tomato sauce. I love that! N Tomato sauce!? But you dont ike tomatoes. ‘Tomato sauce is diferent. Hey, lets not eat In tonight Lets go out to Romana’. IN Romano’ ~ a great idea! Its my favourite lian restaurant, see p63 1A Excuse me, are you ready to order? B Yes. like a steak, please. 2A Would you like a sandwich? B No, thanks. 'm not hungry. 3A Do you ike Ella? B Yes. Shes very nice, 4A Would you like a cold drink? B Yes, please. Do you have any apple juice? 5 A Can help you? B Yes. [like some stamps, please {6 A What sports do you do? B Wall like skiing very much, ‘What kind of wine do you like? ‘Would you like a cheese and ham sandwich? ‘Who’ your favourite author? ‘What do you want for your birthday? Dao you have any pets? Do you want som ice-cream for desert? 1A What kind of wine do you like? B [ike French win, especially red wine. 2A Would you likea cheese and ham sandwich? B ust cheese, please 1 dont ike ham, 3A Whos your fivourte author? B [ike books by Patricia Cornwell, 4 What do you want for your birthday? B [ikea new computer, 5 A Do you haveany pets? B No, but Ti like a dog. 6 A Do you want some ice-cream for desert? B No, thanks, [dont like ice-cream, Eating in N-=Nick D= Duncan 1N This recipe for Cottage Pie looks easy D But I cant cook at all 1N Dont worry. really like cooking, Now, ‘vegetables ~ do we have any onions? Are there any carrots or potatoes? D Wall there are some onions, but there arent any carrots, and we dost have many’ potatoes: How many do we need? N Four big ones, 1D OK, put potatoes on your lis. 1N And how many tomatocs are there? D Only wo small ones. Put thems on the list 1N How much milk is there? D There alot, but there isnt much cheese oF butter. 1N OK, cheese and butter What about herbs? Do we have any thyme? D Yeah, that’ fine, But dont forget the minced bee. How much do we need? 1N 500 grams. Now is that everything? D Er-Ithink so, Do we have oil? Oh, yeah, theres some lft in the bottle. 1N OK, frst shopping, then I give you a ‘ooking lesson! [like that. hope the girls like Cottage Pe. IN Everyone likes Cottage Pie! GHD uch of manyt 1A How mach toast would you like? B Justone slice, pleas. 2. A How much yoghurt do we have let? B Nott Just one strawberry and one raspberry. 3A How many people were atthe wedding? B About 150. 4 A How much money do you have in your pocket? B Just iy p 5 A How much pete! is there inthe car? B Us fll. 6 A How many children does your bother have? B Two. A boy and a gi 7A How many days is it uni you bsthday? B Us tomorrow! 8 How much time do you need fr this exercise? 8 ‘Two more minutes, ‘What's your favourite sandwich? ‘Angus [come from the north of England and we ‘often call sandwiches buttes: My favourite batty is made with thick slices of white bread and thick slices of warm ham with hot ‘mustard. Yes, warm han! Mmmm, delicious ‘Would you like to try onet Ulla Tm from Denmark, so for me is the open sandwich ~ of cours, and my favourite is with beet thn slices of beef, rare beef, with some crispy fried onions on the tp. I love this! ‘Tom ‘Oh, the best sandwich inthe world is definitly ‘bacon sandwich, Hot bacon between thin slices of white bread, and with lots of {tomato ketchup. Simple, and very, very tasty. ‘here’ a café near where I work in London, [sometimes buy one for breakfast = mm, Td like one right nos. Marianne ive in Tay so my best i Taian ~ a ciabatta ‘with chopped tomatoes, mozzarella cheese — ‘with black olives, and basil, Mozzarella my favourite cheese and [ike cooking with it, make my own pizza, John | was in Turkey by the sea, and a fisherman called to me ‘Com, ry a ‘Balk Ekmek? T think this means ‘fish in bread’ He gave me a sandiwich ~ it was fresh mackerel grille and in ‘bread roll with raw onions. Fabulous! Daily needs sipeia chocolate notebook adaptor coor Plaster Salotape toothpaste shampoo tatteres screwdriver magazine Dept Shopping in the High Street 1A Tlie some hateris, please B What sort do you want? AAA, please. BB Would you ikea packet of four or six? A Six is too many. Four is enough. B Anything ese? A Thats hanks 2 C Can {have some toothpaste, please? D Small orlarge? "The lange is too big. The smal is fine D Anything ese? Nov thanks. How mach i that? 3 E Timlooking fora nice pen F What about this one? Is £25, E No, thats too much, I dont want to spend that mach. Well, this one is £12, E Thatseter And I need on wall F ‘There are ten pencils in this packet E But only want wo! F Ym aaidfonly have packets often. Sorry see p69 Sounding polite ‘A Hil What can I get you? B 1 ike late please [A Sute, Have in or takeaway? B Have in, ‘A And what size do you want? Smal, sedi, of large? B Large, please. ‘A Would you like anything to eat? A croissant? Some toast? 1B [alike some toast, please. ‘A No problem. B Can [have some honey’ with the toast? [A Sare Take a seat, and Il bring t over, pencils as e UNIT 9 City living 1 This ity is in the south-east ofthe country ts very big, and very old Its about 50 Jilometres from the sea adits om a famous river, the River Thames, 2 Thiscity sin the north and centre ofthe country Is about 200 Klometes fom the Sea and ison the River Seine. Ws one of the most popular tourist destinations inthe sword. see p70 “The Eiffel Tower is aller than the Gherkin, ‘The Underground is more expensive than, the Métro. Paris is warmer than London. Parise wetter than London. T think the buildings in Paris are more beautiful, 66 I think the people in London are nicer, ‘Wel ike both London and Paris. But they are very different cities, Take transport for example. The Métro is cheaper and easier to tse than the Underground. And the weather ‘wel, Paris is certainly hotter than London, ‘And Pars in fact, wetter than London; but in London there are more wet days, What shout the buildings? Wel... people say that the architecture in Paris is more beautiful, but the buildings in London are mote intresting And living in the two cities? Wel. ie is faster in London, And the peopl? .. Mmm, Londoners are generally more polite than Parisians. People in London work harder, and they earn more. In Pari, having a good time is ote important. ‘Comparing cities 1 A New York oer than London B No, it isnt! New York is much more modern! 2 A Tokyo is cheaper than Bangkok, B No, it isn! Tokyos much more expensive! 3 A Seoul is bigger than Being B No, it isnt Seoul is much smaller! 4A Johannesburg is safer than Cape Town, B No, it isnt ts much more dangerous! '5-A Taxi drivers in New York are better than taxi driver in London, 1B No, they areit! They're much worse! 1 2 ‘A Parisian in London Interviewer C= Chantal 1 Hello Chantal! c Hil Now, you're French, but you live in London. Is that right? Yes thats right. T Andre you London? © Noy ol fm here with my husband, André T. Ah, OK, Do you work in London? Yes, Ido, Te gota good job, I work bank. 1. And ...Where do you live in London? Have you got a la? © Yes, We've gota nice flat in Camden, 1 Oh, great! Has André gota job? © Yes, he has, Hes gota shop in Camden. He sells French cheese! 1 Wows, thats good! And tell me, have you got acar here? © No havent gota car. I go everywhere on public transport. Is much easier. TOK! Thank you very much! hope you enjoy your stay here! ‘on your own here in ‘Weve gota nice at, T've gota French husband. ek gota business in Camden, Have you got alot of friends? “How many brothers and sisters have you go TThavenit got any brothers. I've gota sister led Natalie, 7 Natalies got a big house. {8 YouTve got a good English accent, ‘Camden [ns got the largest stret market in the UK. The markets busiest at the weekend. “The food isthe cheapest in north London, Ws go the most amazing clothes, “The Electric Ballroom is the oldest nightelub ‘in Camden. Proui is one of the coolest clubs in Camden. GEEBD its the biggest 1 Te tallest building in London is Canary Wharf 5 235 metres 2 ‘The most expensive hotels the Lanesborough. It costs £7,000 per night! 3 The biggest park in central London i Hyde Dark. Its 142 hectares. 4 The most popular tourist attraction isthe London Fye thas 10,000 visitors day 5 "The most famous building is Buckingham Palace. Everyone knows who lives thee. {6 “The best restaurant for spotting cleriis is ‘The ly. They al go there. 1 2 3 4 5 A megacity is eity with more than ten snilion inhabitants. “The largest megacity isin fact Tokyo, The net biggest fs Mexica City. Third is Mumbai Fourth is New York, with about 22 million people. And lat, the smallest is Shanghai, ‘which has about 184 million Sone time in 2008, forthe frst time inthe history ofthe world, more people on earth lived in cities than in rural areas. Makiko from Tokyo ‘The frst thing to say about Tokyo is tha it Is very safe. Women can walk everywhere anytime day or night. itl children walk to School. You can leave something on the table a restaurant while you go out fora minute and nobody will ake it ‘Tokyo is also very clean, and it is very easy to travel around, All the trains and buses run on time, Personally, my favourite time of year i spring, when its dry and the cherry blossom ‘Sout “Tokyo isa very exciting city, because there are alays new things to do, new places to go, ‘new things fo eat It changes very quickly! \Vimabl from Mumbai TThave two strong impressions of Mumbs Firytitisa city that i so fll activity! Tis busy busy busy all day long and all night long! tsa city that doesn’ sleep much. The day begins early because itis 0 hot. Its a noisy place. There are cars going beep beep, auto Fickshaws by the thousand, fast trains rushing past, vendors shouting and trying to get you to buy their food, their drinks, thie clothes, And peopl people everywhere tying to get The second thing to say is thatthe people are very, very enthusiastic. Life isn easy in ‘Mumbai for alot of people, bat we really work hard and we rally want to do our best. Every new day brings new possibilities! The future is exciting for us! Lourdes from Mexico City “There are three things Tike about living in “Mexico City First, the weather. Ii warm and sunny most ofthe year. The second is the fresh Fruit and vegetables =the markets are wonderful, the colours and smells are treat! And the tied is that Tm never bored because there i 30 much to see and do! We have museums, theatres, aet exhibition, parks, restaurants, bas... everything! My favourite time of year in Mexico City {s the end of Decemies, fom the 16th to the Bist The city is all flights, there are partis everywhere, and we eat and drink and give presents, Everyone’ relly happy! I love it Directions Go along George Street, past the Bristol Hotel ‘on your left, and over the bridge. At the roundabout (urn let and go up Park Avenue Go round the corner, through the wood, and down the hill Then go under the railway bridge and you are on the A312 to Dorchester, 1 Go long George Sire ps th ot and iver te er Sherwell Go straight over the rude and tin ont you 08 thehil tw youre 2 Gosiagh put the otl and ove the Side eon ge toaroendit athe tounibou ll sign the town centre {Go pata ptr ste on your oer pedestrian srossing ana past ast of tae Fs atthe ounaut rn ight Youre ite Set 3 Go over brie the River herwl od turn ight note tym cnte Go Stag onepst the tfc igh and recta When patente par cnet tay net the ‘ust, oppose the Tow Hal 1 ‘Tm cooking’ 2 ‘Tm reading the paper? 3 ‘Tm watching the football! 4 ‘Tim working on my laptop! Tm sitting on the train 1 T= "Tony N=Nina T Halo? 1N Hi, Tony! 1s Nina. Where are you? TT Were on the rain, Were going to Birmingham for the weekend, 1N Oh, great! How’ the journey? 'T Fine Ym reading the paper, and Alice is «doing something on her laptop 2 F=Fiona P= Pete F Halo? P Fiona hil Is Pete. How are you? What are ‘doing? FF Fine. Were at home Ii just cooking some dinner P Whats Tim doing? Hes watching the football, Cant you bear? P Ah right! 1 Whats Tony doing? Hes reading the paper. 2 Whats Alice doing? ‘She’ doing something on he laptop. 3 Where are Tony and Alice going? “They're going to Birmingham, 4 Whats Fiona cooking? Shes cooking dinner 5 Whats Tim watching? He watching the football. R=Beh_D=Dad B ohh Dadi You 7 D Yer ine Aco ght Where ayo B Yeah, geal Ti a es owe, Were Singin herbed Dah, OK And wha ae you doing at ies fewer 1 Were er.» working onthe Internet D Ohig itis school woke B Yeah Em ding ny homework DD Whos that sang? B Tha. str Were ooking ae er D Him aly? OF Wal ee ou ate hen Bye! B Ml behome about 6.0, Dad Bye! T Ales iesleyng 2 Ace and Tony ae ging to Manchester 5 ones coking net 4 Tim watching fm, : é Beth’ doing her homework. Beth and Ellie are siting in Elles bedroom, Who's who? ‘A Ob, deat! I donit know anybody. Who they all B Dont worry. Theyre all very nce, 1 ell you who everybody is. Can you sce that ‘man over there? ‘A The man near the window? B Yes, Tha Paul. He’ taking to Sophie. Hes a banker, Very rich. And very funny. He works in New York. [A Wows! So hes Paul. OK. And thats Sophie next to hie? B Yes. She’ laughing at Pau’ jokes. Shes lovely Shes a profesor at Bristol University She teaches business studies, ‘A And who that woman on the lft? B That Helena She drinking champagne. Shea writer. She writes stores for children, ‘They're excellent. A very nice lady, [A And whois that man she’ talking to? B Helena’ taking to Roger. Rogers eating crisps, Heb an interesting man, Hes an art. dealer. He works forthe British Museum, ‘A Really? Wow! What a job! So thats Paul and Sophie... Helena and Roger .. Nov there are two more. Who are they? B They're Sam and Penny. They'e looking at a photo on Sam’ phone. ‘A And what do they do? 1B They're designers. They make clothes for children, ‘A OK, So thats everybody. Thanks. B That allright Everything was too expensive! 1A Did you buy anything atthe shops? B No, Nothing. A Why not? B Everything was too expensive, A What a pity! B ut [bought something for you. Happy Biethday! 2. Did you talk to anybody interesting at the party? D No, Nobody. © Why not? Everybody was dancing and the music was realy loud! © Oh. D But I danced wit agit called Kate, 3. E Did you go anywhere on Saturday night? F No, Nowhere E Why not? F Everywhere was closed. There wast one club open, E Thats incredible! F Sonext weckend Ii going somewhere ‘more interesting somebody beautifl ~ ‘An interview with an astronaut Interviewer S = Soi ‘Soichi, what exactly is your job? Tm an aeronautical engineer, and fm a JAXA astronaut ‘What isJAXA? JAXA is the Japan Aerospace Exploration ‘Agency What did you study at university? ‘Well, I studied engineering, ofcourse! Aeronautical engineering ‘Where did you study? Which university? T studied at the University of Tokyo, and I graduated in 1991 Which part of Japan are you from? ‘Tm from Yokohama, Kanagawa, which is part of Tokyo. Yes, and Ihave thre children ‘What do you like doing when youre on Earth? ‘Well I guess my hobbies are jogging and basketball, And I ike skiing and camping with my kids What are you doing on the space station at the moment? TTm doing quite few space walks. Im going out into space, and I'm checking the {Instruments on the ouside ofthe space sation, to make sure they're working properly. You're part of the Russian crew, What does this mean? ‘means that my commander is Oleg Kotow, from Roscosmos, and Im working in his team. Were studying weather conditions inspace, and were doing experiments with plants to See how they grow in zero gravity What do you do when you are working? Wel, spend alot of time just looking 4 down at you on Earth! And [think how lucky Tam to be here. And I wish that everyone could see the Earth from space. ‘Maybe people would stop fighting if they could see how beautiful our planet is. Who is it? ‘She’ got dark brown haie and she’ quite prety, Shes wearing boots, and aha, and a red scarf and she’ jumping in the at. She looks realy happy! He’ got short dark hair, Hes wearing trainers, and a purple Tshirt, ad he’ carrying a ball. He isnt very tll ‘She's wearing a scarf. Shes pretty, and she’ got long, blond hair, and blue eyes, She iat smiling, She doesnt look very frienly He doesnt look very happy. Perhaps he’ a businessman, Hes wearing a whit shirt and striped tie He’ also wearing black glasses GED Social expressions 1A Patrick and [are getting married. B Wow! that’ fantastic! Congratulations! A Thanks. Were both very excited. And a bit nervous, 2 © Can help you? D No, m just looking, thanks Jus tell me ifyou need anything. D Thats very kin 13 E Dorit forget ith a Bank Holiday on. Monday, F Sotry what does that mean? It means i a national boiday. The garage is closed ~ most places are close 4G Were going to the cinema tonight H Oh, lovely! Wel, hope you enjoy the ‘lm! G Thanks. tell you all about it H Great! 5-1 Excuse me! This machine fit working J Tim sorry, Let me have a look, Ah Itisit switched on, That’ why! 1 Oh, great! Thank you very much, 1 No problem. 6 K Hi. Can I speak to Dave, please? L Tim afraid he int here atthe moment. Can [take a message? Yes. Could you ask him to phone Kevin? L Sate. Pl do that. 7 -M Thanks for the invitation to your party, ‘but Tm afraid cant come. 1N What a pity! Never mind! (Mm going away that weekend, N IS OK. Another time, 8 OPP iyel Have a sale journey! QUR ‘Thanks. Well see you in a couple of days! OF Thope you havea good time, QR Welly. -S UNIT I Planning my future 1 When I get home, im going to relax with ny wie 2 When I grove up, 'm going tobe a racing driver 3 When the kids are in bed, Tm going to sit down and have a glass of wine. 4 When I get a pay rise, Tm going to buy my silriend a ring 5 When farrive on Koh Samui Island, tm going tole on the beach, (6 When I rette,'m going to earn to play gol 7 When this lesson ends, Tim going to mect ny friends for coffee. GB ps7 1 When I get home, I'm going to relax with my wife. T'm not going to talk about work. 2 When I grov up, Tm going to bea racing iver, not going to work in an office like my dad 3 When the kids are in bed, I'm going to sit down and have glass of wine, Tm not going to do the washing. “4 When I get a pay ris, Im going to buy my girlfriend a ring 'm not going to buy a new 5 When I arrive on Koh Samui Island, fm going tlie on the beach. im not going to check emails for a week {6 When I retire, Fm going to learn to play gol. Tm not going o stay at home and do nothing. 7 When this lesson ends, Tim going to meet ny fiends for coffe. im not going to do my homework. Careful! You're going to drop i 1 Wha pi ging Hct pay 2 Look tthe time. Hes going to be ate for his meeting 3 Come on! Come ot Shes going to win Fantastic! 4. Ohno! fcks on top ofthe wall He going ‘ofa. fl She's gong to drop the vase. Too 7 "Theres my sister and her boyfriend! Yuk! They're going to kis, 8 Hes going to sneeze, ‘Aaattishoos you!” GB «199 Rob F=Friend 1 Fist wee gungto Baype F Why? Tose te pyrawabt B Wal yes bras me watt take case dn the Nie Tams! Whee are you going afer that? ess AR Wal then were going to Tanzania to F Woo! You're going to climb Kilimanjaro, A Yes, and then wee lying to India F Are you going to visit the Ta) Mahal? 1B Of course, but were also going on a tiger sf F You're going to see tigers! R Walle hope so, Then wee going to ‘Cambodia to vist the temples of Angkor Wat and B ... then to Australia to see Ayers Rock. We want to take photographs of iat sunset, Did you know it turns from pink to purple at sunset? F Really! And are you going to Sydney? Oh, yes were taking a fight fom Sydney to Antarctica, 1B Yeah, ith a daytrip to sce the coldest place ‘on earth, F Teant believe this, How many more places? R To, Were lying irom Sydney to Peru to F 0 see Machu Picchu of course 1 Ys, and then from Peru tothe US to Yellowstone Park to see the supervoleano and perhaps some grizaly bear B Then home! F Amazing! What a trip! How long is it going to take? Nine months toa year ~ we think. Describing a holiday 1A Where are they going? B “To the South of France. 2A When are they going? B On May the 21st. 3A How are they travelling? B By planeand hired car [A Hove long are they staying? B Forten day, 5 A Where are they staying? B Ina house ina village 6 A What ae they going to do? B ‘They'e going to swim, go shopping in the markets, read and relax, and eat in good restaurants, ‘Song; Ed, Will, and Ginger - Oats ‘and beans (Oats and beans and barley grow As you and I and everyone knows, (ats and beans and barley grows ‘As you and Tand everyone knows, ‘Acwating fora partner, First the farmer sows his seeds, ‘Then he stands and takes his eas, ‘Stamps his fet and claps his hands ‘And turns around to view bis lands ‘Acwaiting fora partner [Now you're marred you must obey, ‘Must be true in all you say, ‘Must be kind and must be good And help your wife to chop the wood, ‘Acwaiting fora partner (Oats and beans and barley grow As you and I and everyone knows, ‘Oats and beans and barley grows ‘As you and I and everyone knows, ‘Acwsiting fora partner, ‘What's the weather like? Presenter: Here’ Fiona with the weather for Europe for the next 24 hours Fiona: Hallo there “Here's the forecast for Europe today. At the ‘moment theres some wet and windy weather cover the UK and Scandinavia, and this is {going to move south and east over Poland and ‘Germany. Temperatures in Berlin and Warsaw are now about 20°C but is cooler in London, 19°C, and cooler still in Oslo, 17°C. To the south its abit warmer, in Budapest, 29°C, but to the east, cool and cloudy in Moscow, wisere the temperature isa welcome 15°C ate all that extreme summer heat. Moving south its getting warmer, 24°C in Rome, but it’s going tobe cloudy and showery across much of aly and also over northern Turkey, with heavy rain in Istanbul and a temperature of 21°C. Most other Mediterranean countries are going to be ‘warm and dry. Greece willbe hot and sunny ‘with alot of late summer sunshine, 28°C in, Athens and warmer still n Portugal and Spain ‘with temperatures up to 32°C, France is going tobe cool and cloudy in the north, 20°C in Paris, and hot and stormy in the south with a high of 29°C in Nice ‘And thats your European weather for today. 1 be back at lunchtime with an update Presenter: Thank you Fiona, and now GERD see por ‘A Whats the weather like today? B Wscool and cloudy, ‘A What was it ike yesterday? B Ob, it was vet and windy. ‘A And what’ it going o be lke tomorrow? B 1 think is going to be warm and sunny, ‘Making suggestions 1A Whata lovely day! B Yeah! Its really warm and sunny. What shall we do? A Lets go for a walk! 2A What an awful day! Its raining aga B I know. ls s0 cold and wet! What shal we do? A Lets stay in and watch « DVD. ‘What shall we do? 1A Whata lovely day! B Yeah! Its really warm and sunny. What shall we do? A Lets go fora walk! B Oh nol Its too hot to walk [A OK, lets go tothe beac. 2A What an aveful day! Its raining again, B know I's so cold and wet! What shall we do? [A Lets stay in and watch a DVD. B Oh no, that’ boring! We did that last night. ‘A OK then, shall we go out for a coffee? B Great get my coat and an umbrella Lara ‘Ate you and Mel ready for your 1 Yeah, nearly, we leave next Monday for Rome. K Ah, Rome, 've been to Rome many times 1 Wall, 've never been ther. 1s my frst time in Europe, Really? What about your friend, Mel? L She’ been to Landon and Pars, but she hasat been to Rome, K Ah, London and Paris, I've been there, too. [I stadied in Paris for a year before L went 10 work in New York. Have you ever been to the US? 1. No, havent, havent travelled much at ll, so fm really excited, K Ob, 've been to North and South America so many times, and ve L Tm ure you have, Kyle. Oh dea, look at the time! Mels waiting for me. We've got s0 much to do, Bye Kyle, well send you a postcard see pot ‘A Have you ever been to Greece? B No, Thavent. ‘A Have you ever been to Italy? B Yes, Ihave. ‘A When did you go? B Two years ago. ‘A Where did you go? B Rome, Florence, and Venice, ‘A Fantastic! Did you have a good time? B Yes, did. It was great! GHD Getting ready to go! Lelara_ M=Mel L. Where’ the list? 1M Ive ott. OK, lets check through. Fr ‘weve bought new backpacks, we did that a while ago 1 They look quite big, hope we can carry them. M No worries. havent finished packing mine yet Have you? 1. Not yet, just one or two more things to go in, Oh, have you collected the euros from the bank? 'M Yup. I've just collected five hundred for you and five hundred for me 1. Allour savings. hope is enough! (M No worries. We can stay with my aunt in London. 1, Have you emailed her yt? 1M Yeah, she just emailed back. Shes goi to meet us at the airport when we fy into London from Rome 1. Fantastic. Hey: look, ve just found out the ‘weather in Rome for next week. Hot and 3M Yea fs going o beso good. We're ging to leave winter here, and arrive inthe middle of summer in Europe 1. What about the tickets? M Think we only need passports, but 've printed e-tickets just in cas, but [havent checked in online yet. You can only do that 24 hours before the Might. 1 Oh Mal! Tam so excited. I cant wat. GHD Tense revision Lara Ti rally exited about my trip 0 rope. have traveled much outside Australia before, Just once, two yeas ago, 1 went on holiday to Bal with my family, but Tye never been to Europe or the US. often travel inside Australia, Last year [flew to Perth to visit my cousin, who lives there. Ws 8 five-hour fight from Sydney. where five ‘Australia abig country! Also, ve been up to Cairns inthe north three times, Ileared to ‘scuba dive there on the Great Barrier Reet ‘We've just finshed packing, and now were waiting forthe taxi to take us tothe airport. Tye never flown on a 747 before. Isa very long flight 1 takes 20 hours to get to Rome. Tm going to watch films all the way. I eat No, not yet! 1A Have you checked your emails yet? B Yes, ve ust checked them but there ‘wasnt one from you, 2 A Hive you done the shopping? B No, havent Tim too tired o go out 3. A Have you washed your hair? B Yes, ve just washed it 4A Have you cleaned the car yet? B Yes, ve just cleaned your car and mine! 5. A Mum, have you made the dinner yet? B Yes, dinner ready. Go and wash your hands. {6 A Hlave you done the washing-up yet? B No. I did it ast night Ws your torn! 7 A Have you met the new student yet? B Yes, have. I met her onthe way to school this morning. {8 A Have you finished the exercise? B Yes, ve ust finshed i Thank goodness! Song: Turin Brakes ~ They can't buy the sunshine 1 Elsa from Birmingham, England (OK, Tve been to Glastonbury fie times now. My highlights this year were: pear cider to sink and the American diner van with the best sausages and chips eve. However, [as very disappointed with the music on Saturday night. Ds played House music all night. Hove House but this was rubbish. 1 got really bored, so [went back to my tent to finish a bottle of | pear cider with friends! 2 Daniel Evans from Wales Last Wednesday at 2.30 inthe afternoon, 1 tI wanted to go to Glastonbury. found a ticket on the Glastonbury ‘message boards, 'm so glad I went. The music ‘was brilliant, Sometimes it took a Tong time to get tothe stages, The queues were long but always friendly In the busy “ral world” 1s dificult to have good conversations with people. At Glastonbury you can do this fs 2 great festival, with a great crowd of people. ‘What more could you want? 100,000 friendly people. I wish the rest of life was the same! Four days ut of 365 isa good start! GBD Bake ana ger 1A Ugh! I realy hot in here. 1B Why donit you takeoff your jumper? 2 A Isyour ofice near where you live? B No, it takes a long time to get to work. 3A What are your work colleagues like? B Great! Weal get on really wel 4A Hove often are there exhibitions in the B “They take place regularly, every two months. 5 A Do you ike learning English? B Its OK, but sometimes I get really bored 1 The est way to gt othe airports to take 2 Hon log does tak iyo go by taint 3 havent gota camer Take phos wth oyun 4 Such akan her driving test thre times, rd hed every Se uin eee att WE ET beso! 6 The doctor told meto tak tex iT want top beter son 7 Ttred on the day we got marie. We got tery but i ado reat dey. 8 You caf gat on th bus wih hat ig dog, Pas, eto ‘Travel announcements 1 The 1155 for Neweastle stopping at Peterborough, York, and Darlington is now ready to board on Platform 10. There isa bulfet car on this train Please check that you have all your luggage with you. 2 This isthe number 22 for iccalily Ciecus [Next stop Green Park, Stand back from the doors, please 3 Flight BA1536 to Nev York is now ready for boarding at Gate 58, Will passengers in rows 12 to 20 please board fist, Passengers fare reminded to keep their hand luggage with them at all times, ‘Conversation 1 ‘A Next, please! B A day return to Oxford, please A Thats £1270. B “Thank you, What time does the next train leave? ‘A. A195. The platform number has just gone ‘upon the departures boat B Oh, yes. Ican see. Thank you very much ‘A Have a good journey! Conversation 2 A Excuse me, does the number 24 goto the Natural History Museum? B No, it doestt. You need the 360, A Where can I get it? B From that bus stop over there, ‘A Oh, thanks for your help, B Dont mention i. ‘Assistant L=Lara M-=Mel ‘A Have you checked in online? M Yes, we have. {A Tine, How many suteases have you got? L. We havent got suitcases, just backpacks, A.Oh, yes, Can you put them on the scales? M Here you are ‘They're fine. And how many pieces of hand luggage? Just these bags “They'te fine, too. You board from Gate 9 at 1020, Where do we go now? ‘To the departute gate and security check, ‘They're over there Have a nice fight! M Thanks very much. Goodbye, GERD see p11? propre Grammar Reference UNITI 1 Verb tobe & 12 Possessive adjectives Positive a” your ze _ I. Whats | his | name? a her She its 0 from Bristol our re Thisis | your | house You |e their They & 13 Possessives Negative my wifes name = her name = the name of my wife 1 mnot | from tay | tm not=tam not NOT Femme Andy's dictionary = his dictionary 7 my parent house = their house She iat She's not t Tant = Kis net b> Prepositions we married? ‘Where are you from? You arent ive with ny parents They My brothers at workichook Welive in London. ‘Questions with question words {go to schoo by bus. your naret [My school smear the shops. What Sher surname? Johnson What is Here are some photos of me Shis phone number? | 07773 321456 ‘There are alot of coe bas 7 papetont on eres = Whereis Where | $5304 fom Londo Wheres = Where i S Larat 7 “tn Who | Sia Shs my sister | Who = Who is a ret Fino, hanks jon | Tm. NOT Hhave22 ean YesINo questions Short answers he Yesheis. NOT Yeh: 1s she | niet | No,she ani. ie Yenitis. | NOT esrithe sow Yes, Lam No, Tm not ag marti? | Ye weareJNo, we arent they Yes they areJNo, they aes 14 Grammar Reference 11-13 UNIT 2. UNIT 3. & 2.1 Present Simple he/she/it > 31 Present Simple “The Present Simple expresses fact which i always true, oF true The Positive orang time. He comes from New Zealand, She works with her hushand 1 2 The Present Simple so express hab ora one. We | ve Helofien goesta the gym. She washer dg every day. savor Positive he He She_| tives She | ves | in Hungary. ht i Negative Negative . be We | dont She | does tive low = does ot You i They live | in New York Poctien Ste | dest he t where | docs | she | vet it Question YesiNo questions Short answers 1 do. ” he inamenay | Yeshe docs te De the | ne | in Amen do Hie they | tne he does | she id 22. Spelling ofthe third person singular it Mot verbs ad -sin the hid peton sng. Fut goes, act soem Mr oe we ek oh ae ne ed Bat go and do ae diferent They ads vou Yes, 1 do/NoI doit po pe de case tio ike | playingcansr | Yes we da we don 2 the veh ends n-th or ch, ld = Yes they da No, they dont finish finishes watch watches he Yes he does No, he dest. 3) the verb ends ina consonant +, ey change to tes. Does gp | outon Sunday? | YS eet ee eee the Yes she dos/No she dost. But ifthe verb ends in a vowel +; the - does not change. play plays 4 Haves iregulae have has & 23 Pronouns 1 Subject pronouns come before the ver, Helikes them. Tlovehim. She wants it, 2 Object pronouns come after the ver. Helikes them, —Iovehim. She wants it & Prepositions He works for a big company He works on anol ig. She ears about 560,000 a yea. He works allover the word He plays mc for his ends Fe writes a blog on the Internet, ts just after sx oelock. Grammar Reference 2.1-3.1 15 > 3.2 Adverbs of frequency rT reve sometines often wally anys 1 These adverbs usually come before the main verb, She never goes ut on Sundays, T sometimes work late Toften eat ina restaurant. [usually go to bed at about 11.00 We always stop work at 6.00, “They come after the verb tobe. She’ always late Tim never hungry in the morning, 2 Sometimes and usually can also come atthe beginning or the end of asentence Sometimes we go out. We go out sometimes. ‘Usually T walk to school, I walk to schoo! usually 3. Neverand always dont come at the beginning or the end of sentence NOT Never gotethe theatre: Always Fhaveterin-the morning: 33 like/love + verb +-ing ‘When tke and love are followed by another verb itis wually the sng orm. ike cooking She loves isting to music. I dont like staying D> See Verb patterns on piss & Prepositions rom Monday to Friday I work in a bookst ‘On Saturdays Thave another jb, Tin singe with and 1 start work at 60. [ork unt 10.00 at ight Tim at home om Saturdays. {stay late at work, (On Saturday evenings Ising in dubs. Toni go to bed nti lock in the mor Do you relax at weckends? ‘We go to Spain or France go singin winter. Histen to musi ‘My gueden i fl of flowers. 136 Grammar Reference 32-45 UNIT 4 Al There is/are... Positive is | asa (singular) ‘There 2 are__| two bedrooms. | (paral) isnt | ashower | (singular) there 8 arerit_| any pictures. | (plural) YesiNo questions Short answers ; Ys, there - pai No. there ist. there Yes there ae bd any photos? | No, thre ret & 42 How many... How many bathrooms are there? 43 some/any Positive "There are some pictures. _some+ plural noun Negative ‘There arent any glasses. any + plural noun Question ‘Are there any books? any + plural noun 44 alotof She as alot of ches id 45 this/that/these/those ‘We use hsthese to talk about peopethings that are near to ws. ike this picture ow much are these mugs? 2 We we thatlthose to alk about poplethings that Can you se that man? Who are thse children outside! 3 We can use thstattheselthote without a noun This lovey. ‘Thats horrible Can tha this? ‘These are my favourite Tori ike that. T dont wat those & Prepositions The lati im Queens Road, Ws on the third floor The chemist is next to a call “There a shop below the fa. There’ a bus stop outside the post office. WS opposite the park, (My flat s near the town centre ‘The bench i under the tee, What in your bag? Tere’ a window behind th desk, ‘Theresa fire atthe other end. This isa picture of my sister. UNIT 5. & 51 can/can't Can aco have the sme form nl persons. “Thee no do or doe Cans fllemed by the infinitive without to). Positive 1 Hershert | can) swim, WerYou!They Negative 1 HoiShelt | cant | dance. Wertou/They NOT Helos: Question 1 What | can | holst | dot vevoulthey YesNo questions short answers Udine | Yooshecan Can | youshetheyiete. | SS | Yes, they can | NoTeant 5.2 was/were ‘Was! Were is the past of am/isiare, Positive Trershere | 8 | im Paris yesterday. WerYou/They | were | in England last year Negative 1 HefShelte wasnt | at school yesterday. WelYou/They | weresit atthe party ast night eertion we If ‘an felt were we/you/they? Yao questions Stet en wis | hese | atworke | Yes shea bi bith pao Were | youthey_|athomer | 268s was born Tyas bom in 1980, NOT Fembort ‘She was born in Manchester. Questions Where | was | heishe born? When | were | welyourthey Be 53 could/couldn't Could the pst of can Could and could have the same form in al persons. Could flloed bythe infinitive without 1) Positive 1 HeSbeflt could | swim, WerYourThey Negative 1 He/She couldnt | dance. WerYou/They NOT Hedl-conkt nce Question 1 What | could | helsbert | dot ‘welyoulthey YeslNo questions Short answers drive | Yousbe could. Could | yourshetheyiete. | HE | yes, they could 7 | No, we coulda NOT Be-yoreardrine? & Prepositions Las at schoo ‘Theyre on holiday. [yas ata exhibition. shesin bed He was born in January He was born on January Hes professor of at, Hes good at drawing Whats the Spanish for penit? ‘hc married to Mike. Whats on TV tonight? ‘What do you want for your birthday? Gan speak to Dave? ‘Can I pay by creditcard? UNIT 6 he Past Simple ~ spelling of regular verbs ‘The normal rule is oad work + worked San’ stared Ifthe verb ends in, add live led love — loved 2 tthe verb has only one sylale and one vowel and one consonant, double the consonant, and add “a Stop stopped plan = planned 3 Verbs that end in consonant + change to i study — studied ony tole & 62 Past Simple ‘The Pst Simple expreses a past action that is inished ved in Rome when Iwas si She started school when she was four. “The form ofthe Past Simple isthe same in ll persons. Positive Hershe/tt | ved | in London in 1985, ‘You We/They Negative ‘Weluse didnt + infinitive (without fo) in all persons 1 HelShe/lt | didavt live | in Madrid. ‘YourWerThey Question ‘Weuse did + subject + infinitive (without fo) in all persons. 1 When | gid | heishert | got Whese ‘welyoulthey YesiNo questions Short answers you No, didnt pig She | ke | thefilme | No, we dda they | enjoy | the party? | Yes, she di. ete No, they dit. 63 Irregular verbs Te bes regular and has two forms in the pas be = wsiwere Other irregular verbs have only one form in the past, po wee Bo “con > See regular verbs ps8 & 64 Time expressions ight month, last | week year Saturday ‘morning yesterday | afternoon evening & Prepositions She talks to aot of people. She ps people ll over the world. Fe ast ends on his phone. play with ny cbilden Tm very interested nat. sthe tind of Apel UNIT 7 UNIT 8 & 71 Past Simple For the forms ofthe Past Simple, see Unit 6on p138 He published bie theory of relativity in 195, Man landed on the moon in 1969 “The Berlin Wal came down in 1989 Questions ‘When did it happen? How long ago didi sll? How much pocket money did you get? Bat How many people died inthe wart How many programmes were there? J 72 Time expressions infat/on the twentieth century /1924 / the 1990 Im winter / summer / the evening / the morning / September > 81 Count and uncount nouns ‘There ae countable nouns. These can be singular or plural ‘hook = twobooks —ancgg = seas There ae uncountable nouns bee Some nouns are both ‘Wilke three ice-cream, please. Do you lke ie-cream? J 82 some/any ‘We use sme i postive sentences with uncount nouns and plural nouns There is bread some co the tbl. There are oranges ‘We use some in questions when we ask for things and offer things. Can Thave coffe, please? Would you like grapes? ‘on | 10 October / Christmas Day / Saturday / Sunday evening at | seven otlock / weekends / night 960 Twent there | ten years/two weeks /a month | ago. B73 Adverbs ‘Adjectives describe nouns ‘aig dog. acarful driver Adverbs describe verbs. ‘She ran quickly. He drives to fast To form regular adverbs, add ly othe adjective, Words ending iy change ty Adjective | Adverb ‘Some adverbs are ireegula ice uickly slow slowly Adjective Adverb wad badly careful | carefully good well real ard had immediate ely ealy cay fast faa & Prepositions happened about 60 years ago, How many people died in the Second World War? ‘We didnt have computers in those days He stepped onto the moon. He flew from Calais to Dover He couldnt walk because ofan injury to his leg The plane flew at 4Omph I wasit worried about the machine. ‘We use any in questions and negative sentences with uncount nouns. and plural nou Isthere veater? | I dont know if thee i any water, Does she have children? | 1 dont know if she has any children any ‘We havent got vie There are people 83 would like Would is the same in all persons We use would kein offers ad requests Positive WHteShe i l Worouithey | ike | acupocofee. | a= would Yes/No questions Short answers . they like abiseuiry | Ye Please Would | youhelsetthey | ke abicuit |X FN. Je 8.4 How much ...?/How many .. We use How much .? with uncount nouns Hw much ice there? We use How many...? with plural count nouns. How many apples are here? There aren many apples. & Prepositions “Pasa forme ‘Same for me This book is by Patricia Cornell Tike Apple Macs more than PCS, This recipe for collage ple. Pat potatoes on thelist He ate it with is ingers Patthe ham between two slices of bread. A packet of four batterie, plese. ‘here isnt much rice. Grammar Reference 7.18.4 139 UNIT 9 J& 91 Comparative and superlative adjectives. London is bigger than Pais have Positive ae hie aes cag sot Woulvertbey [he | gyn ‘ He/She/It has | #¢ oem ‘Adjective | Comparative | Superlative Neate a | oer telat mente |e | uae vxovtbo [en | | adjectives | big bigger the biggest™ Zi. oesnt | | a garage hot hotter? the hottest* Hic Sorat ‘Adjectives noisy noisier the noisiest Questions Short answers ‘aime [aay [Sener | edie “aati eee Oa | [ayn | Hiring | move | temic ve ae ns the most rig rome cana | Youhe dos i | | meebo | tment tent | | Dow | ne sor | Yoatedees, veep [pet | ae Te ine ries | Salt | one thewort Tips buh Ae nv go adi he sien A | Rie | eete put efbeth havea hav gt + Adjectives which end in one vowel and one consonant double the consonant. fit + fitter thin + thinner ** Most two-sllable adjectives use more and most, but some two syllable adjectives use eres modern + more modern —* most modern polite + morepolite + most polite quiet quieter/quictest clever + cleverericleverest 1 Weean make comparison stronger using much and alot London is much more beautifl han Pats Dave’ alot more handsome than Pete 2. Adverbs also have comparatives, He works harder than you. (Can you come earlier than 8.302 Je 92 have got and have Have got means the same as have to talk about possession, but the form is different, We often use have got in spoken English, hhave got Positive inourwertiey [ave | | a gute He/Sheylt has sa Negative WYowWesThey | haven't eae i Bt garage HelShertt hasat ag Questions Short answers Yes, have Have Uwelyoulthey any moneyt | XT have. got Neen Has he/sherit assert | ese has M0 Grammar Reference 91-92 | dida’t havea happy childhood ‘What did you have for lunch? When I was young I hada bike I dida’t have any money: & Prepositions The city isin the north ison the River Seine. Ts shout 200k from the sa London lot bigger than Pars Tokyo ison the east coast Wis surrounded by mount i over the bridge i along the path, io past the hotel, 5o round the bend i up the hill and down the bil, i through the wood. io under the bridge. UNIT 10 & 10. Present Continuous 1 The Present Continuous describes an activity thats happening ow She's wearing jeans 1m studying English Positive and negative t ‘m not vieshem — |, | watching Tv. Wervourthey | Question am [1 what [is [heist | thinking? ase | weiyouthey Yes/No questions Short answers ‘Are you having a good time? Yes, we are Ismy English geting better? Yeu tis, ‘Are they having a pany? No, they arent Spain of eb ing ‘Most verbs ada ing wear > wearing, going Sick, cooking, 2 the infinitive ends in e, drop the -e and adding, write + writing mile — smiling 3. When a one-sylable verb has one vowel and ends in a consonant, double the consonant and ada -ing sit sitting et geting fun ‘running > 10.2 Present Simple and Present Continuous. 1 The Present Simple describes things that are always tue, oF true for along time. {come fom Switzerland Fe works ina bank He wears a suit to work Do you watch much TV? 2. The Present Continuous describes activities happening now, and temporary activities Dave's coming see us now. ‘Pm working very hard this week, Why are you wearing yellow trousers? Sih! Pm watching TV! & 10.3 something/nothing... Form THING something/anything/everything/nothing BODY somebody/anybodyieverybody nobody WHERE — somewhere/anywhere/everywhere/nowhere something/anything The rules are the same s for some and any Positive ike something to cat Somebody phoned you. Negative T didst go anywhere, T don't know anybody. Question Does anybody know the answer? ‘oul you lke something to drink? (= an offer) ‘nobody nothing nowhere 1 The forms nobody nothing/nowhere can be stronger than not anybodyanything anywhere I dds buy anything. ought nothing (= stronger, more emphati) 2. We use these forms asthe subject of sentence. Nobody loves me Nothing is cheap these days, 3. Wese them in one word answers “Where did you go? "Nowhere 4. We dort use two negatives Tid sce anybody. NOT Fidtsce-nabody Nothing s cay. NOT Nothingertenye & Prepositions {im om my way home. ‘he’s working on her laptop. He works for an international bank, ‘Who ate you taking to? ‘Theyre looking at a photo, Theres someone on the phone for you. We are learning about history Astronauts work during the week ‘They lke to Took out ofthe window. Grammar Reference 10.1-10.3. Mil UNIT I UNIT 12 Bm going to Tamm meena peas at enc Sheng bea lt daree when she os ei oa mea Dee ae 2 Wealso use going to when we ean see now that something is sure 10 happen in the future. Look at those clouds. I's going to rain. (= im sure) Positive and negative 1 ‘m have a break. HelShe/lt | (not) goingto stay at home. belate, WerYouThey te Questions am | 1 havea break? When | is | hefsheit | goingto. | Mares peak are | weryou/they J 112 going to and Present Continuous 1 ‘The Present Continuous can also describe a ature intention. Fm playing tennis this afternoon, Jan’ seeing her hoyfriend tong. 2 Often there is ite diference betwen going oad the Present Continuous to rele to futre time {rm socing Peter tonight 1m going to see Petr tonight. 3. With the verbs 10 goand to come, we usualy use the Present Continuous ‘We're going to Paris next week, Joe anu Tim are coming for lunch tomoreow, NOT Were goingtoge—= dooce root > 113 Infinitive of purpose ‘The infntve can express why a person docs something Tn saving my money to buy a CD player (€Twant to buy a CD player) ‘Were going to Pars to have a holiday. (= Wewant to have a holiday) NOT Fiesoving my money forterbuy-e eB player Enrsving my: money forbuyar CD player & Prepositions ‘Tm going on holiday in ten days time, [ spend my money on CDs. [often go on the Internet. Hes om top ofthe wal, ‘Ym going on sata. Tm happy with my i ‘What’ the weather like? 2 Grammar Reference 11 > 121 Present Perfect 1 The Present Perfect is formed with havelhas + past participle. Db See irregular past participles pISB 2 the Peet Prt ees oan aon or epee that happened She's travelled to most pars ofthe world Have you ever been ina car accent? Positive and negative UWelYouThey | have (not) been | to the Cech Republi Helshellt has Tye been = Ihave been ‘Weve been = We have heen ‘They've been = They have been Question have | Lyou/welthey Where been? has | she/heit Short answers YesNo questions Yes, Thave/No, I havent ave you been to Russa? been and gone Shes gone to Portugal. ( She’ been to Portugal. heb there nov) now she has returned) > 12.2 Past Simple and Present Perfect 1 If we want to say when an action happened, we use the Past imple not the Present Perfect She went 10 Russia two years ago, 2. Notice the ime expressions used with the Past Simple, lock / on Monday [as in a erash when I was 10. lastnight / & 123 Indefinite time Ever never, yet, and just refer to indefinite time, ever and never ‘We use ever in questions. Have you ever been to Russia? ‘We use never in negative sentences ve never been to Russi, yet and just ‘We use justin positive sentences, Thave just done it. (= a short time before now) ‘We use yet in negative sentences and questions, Have you done your homework yet? Thavenit done it yet. (= but Fm going to) & Prepositions Shes excited about he trip haven travelled outside Australi Tuavel inside my country. ‘Were walling forthe tax. ve never heard ofthat band. Word list UNITI Here is alist of most of the new words in the units of ‘New Headway Elementary, Fourth edition Students Book. pl plural pre age mn leds allright adj foo rant? ‘American adj /atmerikan! jaunt m fosn bad ad had! beautiful adj big ad tg! blog m bow! boyfriend m_boufrend! brother n Pradatny bye Shaw! café n keto car n fkax( centre m sent cheap aj Fp children pln /ildran! city Psi class iklss! coifee bars pln koi baz! cold adj aol cousin m Pkaznl Hing. m Pach iil adj fata doctor m Pdokt24e) easy ad ceil Fgypt n Piedsipt! email addres. mei! adres! English ad} vols? urope 1 M'juorap! expensive adj /ik'spensiv! family n Pfemali fast ad fas father mo firstname n free adj ie! French adj rents Priday raider! friendly adj frend from prep from! gallery Pela! Germany 1 ag:manil ‘il n foal Bilffend » gslfrendl 00d ad) gud! {ood afternoon /god ood morning go ‘m ‘good night ood'nait/ ‘goodbye god bat! igandiather m Porenfa:0ote) grandmother m Pgrenmsda() reat adj fret! hello thatou! her prow fate! hi prom Mhav his prom shi! home m ‘hoon! homework wt haumwa:k! horrible adj Mhorabl’ hot adj hot! house shaus! Hungary a Phangaril Jnusband hazbond! interesting ad nteestig! international adj anto'naefnal lian adj teion! Japan fd5a'peen! language n lengwids! Took ¥ Mok! love v ilavi lovely adj avi married adj mri’ ‘meal Imi meet + Imist? Mexico 1 ('meksikoo! ‘Monday /'mandew! mother # fmada(0/ ‘museum /nju'7 name i /oeim! near adj Ini) nephew 1 (nef jus ice adj nasi nice m Its! office n Pofis! ‘ld adj ald? parents pn peacants! park 1 /pa:k! people 1 phone number ‘oon ‘namba(n! iplessiz) really adv taf Rome 1 Jraom’ salesman /'seilzman! mv Shopping.» opin shops pln lions! Sister Mest! Slow a ll Sill aj smo! ton n fsan! Spain penn! speak ¥ pu spell» spel Suuden stjurdnt sunny aj sani surname Pesznemm! Switeland Pswitsaond! teacher nm /'tiztfo(r)! thank goodness Hegk‘godnos! thanks egks! them pron em! today m tote tincle okt! Underground Pandagraund! understand ¥ /anda'staend! tive i very well a iver wel weather wed weekend 1 /vik'end! ‘welcome Pwvelkam west west! ‘what prom wot where ad wea(e! vite nwa! ear ro young afin! r UNIT 2 accountant /akaontont/ actress '@kte38) Srport 1 eopoit! animal m enim architect m Faskitekt! hulle dancer m ber dazasate) Tanker Mbankatn/ Belgian Mbeldsom! Bengali ad) be’ gsi boiling mun! brsy a bei cptal "kaput dock 1 /lok come + kam coat host! ovuntry kant? cut y kat ‘lenist Pdentst/ dlsert ezat! design ¥ f'n! Aliscjockey m Mdik doki! fam [sil fngincer 1 lenda'ni(e) enctly adv fig'zekti cxcting aj /N'saitig) famous adj esas! France m ifra:ns! froctime wf atm! 0 ¥ gu! gym mdi! fir thet! haindresser 1 Pheadreso( have ev! history haste! Item aol! hour m-Pa034 housework m Phavows:k/ hurry » Phar Tia Pond Internet Pintanet! lnerpreter 1 tpt) job Ndsob) Journalist Pdgsintst learn y flaw lucky adj kid lunch 1 Mnf ‘many pron meni ‘maths 1 jms ‘model n "modi ‘money mani! natural adj Petra never ad Maeva [New Zealand /jnjus‘zsland news story 1 injuce ‘tour newspaper (nj russe 1 nis! cilig 1 Pail 1g! ‘outdoors (avr physics w Pziks! pilot m pail! play » /plew poor adj /poe)! pop star m Jpop st reading 1 Feidip! receptionist /n'sepfanist salary n seri Scotland 1 /'skotlond! snooker n /'snurkate) Sometimes ad 'samtaumz! Spanish aij spaenfi Street 1 Istit study ¥ stad taxi driver m Ptaeksi draryate) teeth ti watch wot! work ¥ /wark! world m jward! write 9 fran! zoologist n (2u'oladsist! a UNIT 3 always adv Poslwerz Apartment /a"po:tmant application form’ [aeplvketfa um! swimming» (swim! takeaway Ptetkawel! tenis! badminton w badminton! toffee n Poti band fbeend trafic m Ctretiki barefoot adj "beatut! “Tuesday Pjurzder! ‘oath m tbat! ‘Turkey » 1 bed m Med! vsually adv /jusat! Dilingual adj .barlngwall warm aj en) books pli Mhoks! Wednesday /wenzdev bookstore n US "buksto:! week 1 Toutiques pln /bu teks! windsurfing Cwindsaefin’ cards pln Tkardz! chicken P4fkin! cinema m 'inomo(e! eompuer Veo piuso4e ‘ook kok! ‘countryside » kantesad! ‘eyeing suki dlancing m Adainsi! carly ad at ‘jy fan's ‘evening. Pivang! ‘excuse me AK’ SKjs mil fxercie nt Peksosate) finish vam? flowers pln Mave! football Poxbost foreign adj Moran! garden cenre 1 ?gazdn sent) Eetup ¥ /get fl» loll ras 1g Happy ad) hei! ay holes! indoor adj moe) Indian adj undin! Japanese adj 9" listen ¥ isa! lie adj ua massage 1 mesa:s/ mobile phone m Pmols fn! music © Pmjutak! ‘often at’ Potton! outdoor adj Mautdaxy pardon Ppasdn! Personal adj psisonl poker pkey Postcode 1 Fpovst aod! Posteant 1 Ppoostkard! problem 1 problam! programme 1 provarem! pp ia Pudding » pin restaurant Pesteoat! roast roost! running » Pani ‘sling seg! Saturday Psetoder/ ger 0 Psi0a0! sing ski! span spo! squash 1 kof! sticky ay P50 Sunday sandet! $ UNIT 4 4 UNIT 5 above prep atbav! auldeess Book 1 Ja'dres buk! fmazing adj /'metzin/ aemehait 1» Paxmt fea! awful a Pf balcony 1 Pbetkanid Datheoom ba:Orusm! bedroom sn bedrusm! bench m shent fi birthday: MbasOdew bookshelves plan /hokfelvz! boss 1 hos? bowling alley 1 ((hoolig seli bus fare ibys Fea(e) bus stop m "bas stop! carpet *ka:pit! cathedral m /koitdeal chemists m kemists) choose ¥ /futz! clothes pln /klaud2! coat m /kaot| colour kala! ‘comfortable adj "kamfotabl’ cooker 1 Mkokote) cup 7 Ikan curtains pln Pka:tnzl desk Hdesk! Gary 1 datorl dining room re Péarnig rusm/ elevator 1 US elivesto(/ excdllent adj /eksalant! fabulous adj Mebjalas fantastic ad) fan'testikl fireplace » atop! first floor m (fast I: flat ft fridge w Mfrs fruit trust furniture 1 Faenitfacy! gardener » ga:dna(ey fait n git lass 1 fol government building 1 ‘gavanmont ‘bikin’ grow ¥ igrou! sgucst n /gest! rep fin’ ste jogging track n Mdgoqug track! keatle ket keys plot kitchen Pkitfin! Tamp emp library 1 Patil lipstick m Plipstki living oom 1 Pivig rum! mirror mre) movie theater US musi "Orotate) smug 1 msg! next to prep Pnekst tu) fn prep /on! ‘opposite prep Popacit! outside prep /aot'sand ‘oven navn party n pail pavement 1 perymant pen 1 Ipen! phone 1 ifovn! picture m pikes plate n /plet/ post office m /paost oft! president m 'prezidant! public m pablki purse 1 pas! relax ¥ fe lieks! rent ¥ frent) shoes pln /juiz! shower m /fava(e) sleep ¥ isi sofa m saat! ‘swimming pool » (swimip pull lable n /"erbl tenniscourt m Penis k terrible adj Pterabl! third floor maid foxy towel Ptaval ce m Mit under prep (andar! ‘unfortunately ady /an'foxtfonatl! vegetables pli I'vedstable! visitor m (vtzsta(ny wall n wool wallet wot! ‘washing machine wofty mafia wedding m Pwedtny window nm Pwindau! wine n iwain! wing m Avia! wonderful aaj Pwandat, world-famous adj /,watld "Teimasi advertisement 1 Ind'vs:tismontl afd v Ja'faxd fart n fast) bag 1 Poway bike 1 bak! borrow borao! business » Mbtznas! cello m Ptfelou! certainly adv sail cheese /1fisz! child fay Chinese adj /1fa'nitz! classical music Klik ‘mjucakl concert m /"konsat/ country and western kantri ‘ond "weston creditcard m ("eredit kosd/ cry v fra drive 9 drauv/ dry-cleaning 1 jdrat*klizorn! favour n /fervatny fly (Maw! foreign language w Toran enowidy! alases pli /ala:stz) guitar 1 grta:iey hard aj ard! hard-working adj hard ‘wackro/ heron hioeau! housewife mPhaoswatt! fee-ceam Pats Kezm important adj fm independent aj ierested a jeans pin fd3ine! jmp © /dsamp it ut Tight aa Jookafter¥ Mok ‘ttt men menjus! metre (min ‘Mexican 1" mekstkon! moment noumant! motorbike /mavtabaik! ‘musical instrument /njuszkl “insesmont! cceasion nt ftkergn! ‘pen 50pan! painter Ppeinte panting pernty Pssonate ad} paanat! ay ¥ Ip! petal m petra Pianist m Fpronist! post post prodigy Pprododsi profesional iratefonai proud a rau resort m i'r! return taal ich aj fet]! ride 9 raid! Sandwich (senwid! see y Is Send ¥ send! sentimental adj /sentr'mentl/ shop nfo! skateboard 'sket speed 1 Ispisd! station 1 Pstetfa! stop stop! succeed ¥ /sak'sit/ success /sak'ses! suit m Isust! sun 1 Jsanl talented adj tontid! talk» ack! television » Ptelivisn! text message m tekst mestds/ ticket PUukit tie m fay) turn back tazn "bak! violin /vatayin! init J vat'linusth water m Poets) wear ¥ eat) r UNIT 6 a UNIT7 advice n /nd'vats! again adv /a'ge annoyed adj Jana! any more ady feni "mat! arrive + Jara! artistic adj fs'tistikl ask Jaiskd award n /'waxdl before prep tb'fxin/ begin ga behaviour 2 /b'hervio(e) best fiend m best Trend billionaire m/,blja'nea(e/ boat 1 Moot! Thored adj shoe! born v pp ‘bsen! Ibreakast "brekFost! businessman m beznosman! catch ¥ kf century 1 'sent fori! charity 1 P1ferati childhood 1 Ptfatldhud! Christmas m /krismos! clean y Klin clever adj klevatny coal mine kao main) ‘company m /kamponi? dad [ded date m idett! daughters pln Pdsitaz! designer (di'za1na(t) die ¥ fda dollars pln Pdotaz! ‘drama n 'drarmal dyslexic adj 1d cemails pln enough ad entrepreneur 1 /,ontraproins:()/ everthing pron evry ceveryushere_ adv evriweatr/ eam 1 /ig'zem! excited adj /k'sartid exclaim /ik'skleum’ ‘export v /ek'spost! fashion show 1 sefn fou! film Til! first ist fish » It? fisherman » /ifaman! football team Moths: friend n ifrend full a (ll funny adj tani gentleman 1 !'dsentIman! give v atv! ‘great-grandparents pli /greit "qraenpeoronts! help v /help! interview ¥ /ntayjus! lastnight fast nat Tast year fast ja: late adj est Taygh fst? leave ¥ Mew! lecture m Mektfa(n! local adj ook longer adj Pongatr) lose ¥ Matz! lottery n (Into! 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Which floors it on? £300 per week Gz: ) * 3 bedrooms © 1 bathroom eeeaiekve 7 * Lovely living room with views over the town © Small kitchen ls there/Are there a dining room/a garden/shops ...? Location: ‘hops and transport: Which flat do you want to rent? Why? A beautiful flat on the third floor only ten minutes from the town centre. Local shops (chemist's, café, newsagent's) just five minutes away. With a park across the road, On major bus routes. Pairwork Student A 149 r UNIT7 p56 PRACTICE U's life Whenwas Bil born?) He was born ni. 2. You and your partner have different information about Bill, Cole’ life. Take turns to ask and answer questions to find out the missing information to complete the text. Bill Cole was born in London in (1) 1@51_(When...?). He had two brothers and a sister. His father was a (What his father do?) and his mother was a cleaner. They lived in 5 (Where ...2), poor area of London. They had an old house with two bedrooms and no bathroom. Bill went to school in (Where ..2). He didn't pass any ‘exams, and he left school when he was sixteen. He worked in a shop until he was 18, and then he (What.... do?) He met his wife in Germany, and they got married in (When ...2). They had two children, After he left the army, Bill studied (What ...2) at university, and worked as a teacher for the rest of his life. Close your books. Work with your partner. What can you remember about Bill? r UNIT9 p72 PRACTICE Vve got a bigger house than you! 4 Work with a partner. Imagine you are both millionaires. Tell each other about your house. Who has the best house? Your house has: * ten bedrooms * 7bathrooms * 2 kitchens and staff accommodation * private parking * a ballroom * a garden with an orchard +a tennis court + a swimming pool * a private golf course * a private road (ve gota bigger house I don’ think so. I've got ten bedrooms! {got eight bedrooms on the first floor and. 180 Pairwork Student A ES UNIT p92 VOCABULARY AND LISTENING What's the weather like? 6 Work with a new partner. Ask and answer questions to complete the information about world weather tomorrow. What's the weather going to be like in Berlin? Mumbai Wy 16°C * ce hare °C City type | temp(’c) City type | temp (°C) Berlin R 7 Milan Fg 9 Boston Moscow == Cairo s 18 Mumbai c 18 Edinburgh | C 5 Prague — |— HongKong Reykjavik Sn -4 London = R 10 Rio de Janeiro R 24 Luxor s 40 Sydney — |__ Which city is going to be the hottest? Which city is going to be the coldest? Which month do you think itis? Pairwork Student A 151 Pairwork Student B r UNIT4 p37 PRACTICE Location, location, location HEADLAND PROPERTIES 1 You want a flat to rent. You and your partner have two different adverts, Read the information nyouradvert Akand nvr ‘questions to find out details about your partner's advert. Make naites njthe:chart aEWMCNmley §Craven Road Where is the flat? _ Which floor is it on? £375 per week Itsin... © 2 bedrooms * 2 bathrooms * Large living room Rommese, ) |) ete room/a garden/shops ...? ining room * Beautiful kitchen with washing machine and dishwasher Street: Price: Rooms Location: ‘Shops and transport: Which flat do you want to rent? Why? A beautiful flat on the first floor in the centre of town, above a newsagents. High Street shops and railway station only five minutes away. 152 Pairwork Student B eS UNIT7 p56 PRACTICE Bill’ life 2 You and your partner have different information about Bill | How manybrothers and | | We had two brothers Cole’ life. Take turns to ask and answer questions to find out (__sisters dd he have? anda sister. the missing information to complete the text. Bill Cole was born in London in 1951. He had (2) brothers and a sister (How many ..?). His father was a butcher, and his mother was a (4) _( What... his mother do?). ‘They lived in Deptford, a poor area of London. They had an 6 house (What sort of house ... have?) Bill went to school in New Cross. He didn't pass any exams, and he left school when he was (8) __ (How old ... when he left school?). He worked (10) ____ (Where?) until he was 18, and then he joined the army. He met his wife in (12) (Where...2), and they got married in 1964, They had (14) _children (How many children ... have?). After he let the army, Bill studied maths at university, and worked asa teacher for the rest of his life. Close your books. Work with your partner. What can you remember about Bill? UNIT9 p72 PRACTICE ve got a bigger house than you! 4 Work with a partner: Imagine you are both millionaires. Tell each other about your house. Who has the best house? ‘Your house has: * eight bedrooms on the first floor ino * five bedrooms on the second floor than yout * 10 bathrooms i a Being hall 1 don't thnk so. 've got tan bedrooms! + an enormous garden *acinema That's nothing! I've + a bowling alley ‘got eight bedrooms on + six garages the first floor and + an indoor and an outdoor swimming pool ++ stables for the horses, and a field + electric gates and CCTV Pairwork Student B 153 r UNIT TI p92 VOCABULARY AND LISTENING What's the weather like? 6 Work with a new partner. Ask and answer questions to ‘complete the information about world weather tomorrow. ide nto °C city type temp(’c) City type | temp (°C) Berlin —_ | __ Milan __ Boston Fg 6 Moscow sn 4 Cairo —_ | __ Mumbai — | __ Edinburgh C 5 Prague R 4 Hong Kong § 29 Reykjavik — London oR 10 Rio de Janeiro. R 24 Luxor s 40 Sydney c 22 Which city is going to be the hottest? Which city is going to be the coldest? Which month do you think itis? 154 Pairwork Student B Extra materials ponte p65 STARTERS sours GMEREEIY sines a sataps 20 mnure meats essenrs Cottage pie preparation: 45 mins cooking: 30 mins serves four Ingredients: Method: 2medium onions, chopped Preheat the oven to 190C/375F/Gas mark 5. 500g minced beef 1 Chop the onions and carrots. 10m oil 2 Heat the oil in a large pan. Add the onion and carrot and cook 2medium carrots, chopped \ Ke 400g tomatoes ‘over a medium heat for 5 minutes until soft. 1 thsp thyme 3 Add the minced beef and cook for 3 minutes to brown. Sett and black pepper 4 Add the tomatoes and thyme. 5 Season with salt and pepper. (You can also use a stock cube) 6 Cover and cook for 30 minutes. Topping: Make the topping: A large potatoes 7 Boil the potatoes in water until soft. Og Ree 8 Mix the potatoes with the butter and milk until smooth. 15ml milk 100g Cheddar cheese 9 Add the grated cheese. 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