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Rod Fricker

Contents
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1 Grammar Function
| , —-—
Present simple Countries and nationalities
1 a Kiran comes
Family words
[ from Sidney. p4
b She's got blond Have/Has got Appearance
hair. p5 Regular and irregular noun plurals
WELCOME

There is/are
c 1 go jogging Adverbs and expressions of frequency The time
twice a week. p6 Question words Daily routines
Phrases with have
d l'm doing Can (ability) Leisure activities
my French Present continuous
homework. p7

1a I love this job! Present simple and present continuous Jobs


p8
1 b Whose radio is Whose...? Money Shopping
Y LIFE

this? p10 Genitive 's and s' Everyday things


Possessive adjectives and pronouns
1 c Are there any Countable and uncountable nouns with Food and drink
mushrooms? p12 some, any and no
1 Language round-it P P"I4 1 Skills practice p15
SKILLS FOCUS: READING ArNID WRITING

2a I hate falling Verbs of emotion + gerund form Sports and places


over. p16 (-ing)
2 FREE TIME

2b Don't look at Imperatives Parts of the body


the ground. p18 Must/Mustn't for rules
2<_ WB'IB dlí yuíny Guíny Cu fur future pfans, íntentions and Ask for, make
to hold hands. predictions and respond to
p20 suggestions
2 Language round-up p22 2 Skills practice p23
SKILLS FOCUS: READING, Ll.STENING AND WRITING

3a The best thing Comparative and superlative of House and furniture


WAY F ROM HOME

is the balcony. adjectives


p24
3b There's a lot of Countable and uncountable nouns with Common uncountable nouns Ask permission and
luggage! p26 much, many, a lot of, a few, a little respond
3c How wide is it? Question word How + adjectives of Large numbers
p28 dimensión
< 3 Language round-up p30 3 Skills practice p31
o
SKILLS FOCUS: READING AND WRITING

4a What was the Past simple of verb to be Dates


co date? p32 Past adverbial ph rases
LU
4b A strange thing Past simple of regular verbs Common reciular verbs
1- happened. p34
PAS1

4c I only had a £20 Past simple of irregular verbs Verb and noun collocations Make and respond to
note. p36 Adverbial phrases with ago apologies
4 Language round-up p38 4 Skills practice p39
SKILLS FOCUS: READING, LISTENING AND WRITING

2
v &

Grammar Vocabulary Function


5a He was wearing Past continuous Adverbs
weird clothes.
p40
RAMA

5b 1 was cycling Past continuous and past simple with Prepositions of place and
when ... p42 while and when motion
O 5c A dog which Defining relative clauses with who, Types of film Buy tickets at the
10
bends. p44 which and where cinema
5 Language round-up p46 5 Skills practice p47
SKILLS FOCUS: READING MvID WRITING

6a The sea isn't Too + adjective (+ infinitive) Places in town


warm enough. (not) + adjective + enough (+ infinitive)
p48
•OWN

6b When's he Present continuous for future Transport


arriving? p50 arrangements
r— 6c l'd like a green Like and would like Restaurant food Order food in a
Z salad, please. restaurant
(O p52
6 Language round-u p p54 6 Skills practice p55
SKILLS FOCUS: READING, LlSTENING AND WRITING

7a Have you ever Present perfect simple with ever and Holíday activities
been to Canadá? never -
z p56 The definite article with places
7 HAV ING F!

7b It hasn't arrived Present perfect with just, already and Exclamations


yet. p58 yet
7c He sang a rock Past simple and present perfect simple Types of music
song.p60
7 Language round-u P P62 7 Skills practice p63
SKILLS FOCUS: READING AhJD WRITING

8a If 1 go to a Zero conditional with if Personality adjectives


LU café ... p64
z
IUSTI MAGI

8b Will life be Will for future predictions The weather


different? p66
8c If you take too First conditional with if Computer language Describe and deal with
long, l'll... p68 computer problems
j 8 Language round-uP P70 8 Skills practice p71
00 SKILLS FOCUS: READING, Ll!STENING AND WRITING

9a Which ones are Which + indefinite pronoun one/ones Clothes, accessories and Choosi ng clothes to
best? p72 styles wear
9b You should go Should/Shouldn't lllness
LU
O to bed.p74
>
Q 9c We have to Have to/Don't have to Household jobs
< make our beds. Want to, want + object pronoun + to
p76
Language round-up p78 9 Skills practice p79
SKILLS FOCUS: READING AND WRITING

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C o u n t r i e s a n d nationalítíes Present simple
1 H U B Complete the sentences with one 3 ÉH Read what John says and then
word. complete the text about him.

1
f l'm Brad. l'm l'm Ellen. l'm "My ñame is John. I come from Scotland,
American. from the UK. but I don't live there. I live in London. I go to

y l'm Aki. I ' m \


school in Barnet. I play basketball. I don't
2 l'm Kostas. play football. I like my school, but I don't like
'm Greek. from Japan.
v London."
1
John comes from Scotland, but he
3 íl'm Sheila. l'm l'm Sadik.
2 3
from Australia. l'm Turkish. there. H e
4
in London. H e to school

1 Brad is from the USA. in Barnet. H e _ 5


basketball.
7

2 Kostas is from He 6
football. H e

3 Sheila is his school, but h e 8


London.

4 Ellen is U É I U s e the prompts to write questions


5 Aki is and answers.

6 Sadik is from 1 A: Where/you/live?


B: l/in Exeter.
Family w o r d s
Where do you live?
2 WtíM Complete the texts with the words I live in Exeter.
from the box.
2 A: Where/your dad/come from?
B: He/north London.
• atifrt • wife • daughter • cousins
• nephew • Unele • niece • son

3 A: you/go to a big school?


B: /

4 A: your brother/play tennis?


B: /

1
This is a picture of my únele and aunt and
their two children, Mark and Anne. Mark and
2
5 A: Ed and Sylvia/go to the same school?
Anne are m y .
B: /
My brother is married. Kylie is his
3
. They've got two children.
4
Harry is t h e i r and
5
6 A: Where/your aunt/live?
Debbie is t h e i r . Harry is
B: She/in Canadá
my and Debbie is my
7 but they don't cali me
b
Appearance Regular a n d irregular noun plurals
1 MM Complete the words with one letter in 3 Write the plural form of the words in brackets.
e a c h space.
1 l've got three (brother) brothers.
Hair style: 2 My favourite (city) are Venice and
1
S h o r t , medium-lenath, long Seville.
2
Straight, w a v y , c I 3 There are two (bus) every hour.
Hair colour: 4 My mum has got blue (eye) .
3 4
Brown, f r, b n , grey, red 5 Poland and Russia are interesting (country)
Eye colour:
5
Brown, b e, green 6 There are three (man) in my family.
Other features: 7 Here are some (photo) _ _ of my
6 7
m s c , b d, a great friend.
8
s ; i _ 8 l've got íour (sandwich) .for lunch.
Age: 9 There are twenty-four (child) in
9
Oíd, m I -a d, young this class.
Looks:
Good-looking, 10
b u f There is/are
4 Complete the questions and answers.
Have/Has got
2 831 Look at the information and complete
the sentences with the correct form of have
got or has got

My sister: long hair / , straight hair / , blue eyes / ,


glasses X, a boyfriend X
My parents: grey hair X, brown eyes / , blue car / ,
long hair (mum / , dad X)
1 a bus? Is there a bus (in the picture)?
1 My sister has got long hair.
Yes, there is.
2 She curly hair.
2 four children?
She straight hair.
3 She blue eyes.
3 How many/children?
4 She glasses.
5 She a boyfriend.
4 two women?
6 My parents grey hair.
7 They brown eyes.
5 two men?
8 They a blue car.

9 My mum long hair, but my


6 a car?
dad long hair.

7 How many/houses?

8 a school?
The t i m e A d v e r b s a n d e x p r e s s i o n s of
1 Look at the d o c k s and say the times.
frequency

f lt'¡'s twenty-five to 4 Look at the information and complete the


P thi
three in the morning. sentences.
"" "•

Have lunch Go to the


at school cinema
DT:30 | 1 IM = E D M Mark: sometimes 4x a year
Julie: often 1 x a week
Daily routines Steve and Adam: never 2x a month
2 Complete the text about routines with one
1 Mark sometimes has lunch at school.
word from the box in each s p a c e .
2 Mark qoes to the cinema four times a year.

• have • watch • go (x2) • go to 3 Julie school.


• play • listen • wake • do • read 4 Julie week.
• phone • brush • get (x2) 5 Steve and Adam
school.
1
1 wake up at half past six, but I don't 6 Steve and Adam
2
up. I stay in bed until seven month.
3
o'clock. 1 breakfast and
4
my teeth. 1 5
to Question w o r d s
school at eight o'clock. 5 Complete the questions with the correct
1 6
home from school at four question word(s).
7
o'clock. 1 my homework and 1 What is your favourite colour? Red.
8
then 1 computer games, 2 is your birthday?
9 my f r i e n d s , 10
to th
On 15 January.
1 1
music o r TV. 3 oíd are you? l'm fifteen.
1 2
1 bed at about ten o'clock. 4 do you go to the
1 3
Sometimes, 1 in bed, but I cinema? About once a month.
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to sleep before half past ten. 5 is your favourite singer?
Rhianna.
P h r a s e s w i t h have
6 aren't you at school?
3 Rearrange the letters to make phrases. It's Saturday.
1 have a ba t h (tha) 7 do you usually meet your
2 have a b friends? At a café.
(arebcue) 8 do you usually
3 have a p (ytar) go to bed? At about ten o'clock.
4 have b 9 is your phone? The red one
(fastrake) or the blue one? The red one.
5 have a t (set)
6 have a s (knac)
7 have a s (whoer)
8 have a maths I (eonss)
d
Leisure activities Present continuous
1 Match the beginnings (1-9) to the endings 3 a Complete the sentences with the correct
(a-i). form of the verbs from the box.

• play (x2) • talk • have (x3) • take


• make • do • watch

1 We are watching a DVD at the moment.


2 My sister a bath.
3 My friends on the phone now.
4 I my homework at the moment.
5 My dad football today.
6 My mum is in the garden. She
photos.
7 you a sculpture?
Yes, I am.
a) DVD
8 We a barbecue today.
b) guitar
9 Be quiet. Class 8b a test.
c) sculpture
10 Tom his new
d) shopping
computer game? No, he isn't. He's working.
e) photographs
f) concert 4 iil Use the prompts to make questions. Then
look at the pictures and write the answers.
g) basketball
h) friends
i) bike

Can (ability)
2 8 2 3 Complete the questions and answers.

1 Amy: Hi, Jack. Do you want to come horse


riding with us?
Jack: No, thanks. (X hde) / can't ride a horse.

2 Paul: (you/swim) ?
Belle: (/) 1 What/she/do?
3 Max: José is from Chile, (you/speak) What is she doing? She is swimming.
Chilean? 2 she/watch/a film?
Hannah: (X) but ( / speak)
Spanish. That's 3 What/the girl/do?
what they speak in Chile!
4 Teresa: Tve got a car. 4 they/play/basketball?
Pattie: Really? (you/drive) ?
Teresa: (X) , but l'm having lessons. 5 What/they/do?

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1a I love this job!
Grammar: Present simple and present continuous
1 _¡É M a t c h the questions (1-10) to the answers (a-j)-

What does your dad do? — a) l'm going to the cinema.


Where do you usually go on Fridays? >v b) Yes, I do.
3 Do you often read in bed? / c) l'm playing Slender.
4 Is your mum driving today? V d) Yes, I am.
5 Where are you going this evening? ^ e) He's a vet.
9 What game are you playing at the moment? We usually go to a café.

LL 7. Does your mum usually drive to work?


What is your dad doing?
g) I usually play horror games.
h) He's reading the newspaper.
9 What computer games do you usually play? ¡) No, she doesn't.
10 Are you reading this book at the moment? j) No, she isn't.

_
Complete the text with the correct 4 BU Complete the dialogue with the
form of the verbs in brackets. correct form of the verbs from the box.
1
My mum is a teacher. She usually (work)
2 • he give • write • teek • not do
works at a school, but today she (teach)
• help • talk • you do • you want
a boy at his house. She
3
(give) him lessons twice
Ben: Hi, Laura. How are you?
a week. 1
Laura: Hi, Ben. l'm OK. 1 'm looking for a
4
My dad is a pilot, but h e (not fly)
summer job.
a plañe today. Today, he and
Ben: My únele has got a restaurant.
5
Mum (fly) to Washington to 2
me to ask him
visit my aunt.
about work there for you?
S Ü I Make questions and statements.
Laura: Great. Thanks. What about you? What
1 How/you/usually/spend/your free time? 3
every day?
How do vou usually spend vour free time? Ben: Me? At the moment, I
2 What/you/do/at the moment? 4
my dad.
He's a journalist. Right now he
3 The televisión is on, but l/not/watch/it. 5
a story about the
l/read school holidays and what students
do in their free time. It's great.
4 How often/you/eat/pizza? He 6
to people and
I take their photos.
5 I can't go out. l/wait/for an important email Laura: G r e a t . 7
you money
for that?
6 My dad/not usually/work/at night Ben: No, h e 8

M—m. N ce smell./your mum/make/a cake?


1a
Vocabulary Jobs Grammar summary

.
6 ti&JÉí Match the people (1-9) to the jobs (a-i). I Present simple and present
continuous
make people beautiful. --
Affirmative Negative
I go to school by I don't like football.
^ h^ork with money. J bus every day. He doesn't like
He goes to school football.
by car. You aren't playing
They are eating at computer games
the moment. now.
She is watching It isn't sleeping at
televisión at the the moment.
moment.
Questions Short answers
Do you often have Yes, I do.
lunch at school? No, I don't.
fly planes.") Does he often go to Yes, he does.
the cinema? No, he doesn't.
Are you playing Yes, we are.
I work for a
computer games? No, we arent.
newspaper.
Is she having a Yes, she is.
bath? No, she isn't.
cut people's hair.
D Note
work in a hotel Usage
• We use the present simple to talk about
a) hairdresser d) vet g) dentist routines. habits and faets which are always true.
/ often go to the cinema.
b) pilot e)carpenter h) receptionist
• We use the present continuous to talk about
c) beautician f) journalist i) cashier things that are happening now or around now.
6 á_Ü Label the picture. My dad is sleeping at the moment.
• We don't usually use state verbs in the present
continuous e.g. like, love, hate, understand,
know. want, believe
I don Y understand this exercise. NOT l'm not
understanding this exercise.

Form
• ln present simple affirmative sentences, we add
-sto the verb for he, she, it forms.
He likes school.
• ln negatives and questions, we use the auxiliary
verb do/does + infinitive without to.
Does he speak Italian?
He doesn 't play football.
• ln present continuous sentences we use the
correct form of the verb to be + verb + ~ing.
ln questions, we put the verb to be before the
subject
4 d. What are you writing? NOT What you are
writing?
5L
1b Whose radio is this?
Vocabulary: Money G r a m m a r Whose...?, genitive 's and
s', possessive adjectives, possessive
1 ÜS Complete the prices (a-f) and match
pronouns
them to the labels (1-6).
3 H H Choose the correct options.
2 3
£1.49 £3.15
1 This is my mums /(mum's)book.
2 Those are my goggles / goggles'.
«20.50
4
£15.85 3 Hey! That towel is my / mine.
4 Where are Heather and Sally? These towels are
their / theirs.
a) Fifteen pounds eiahtv-five.
5 Where's Fiona? This is her / she belt.
b) Sixty-nine
6 Who's / Whose is this radio?
c) One

d) ninety-nine. 4 u Complete the second sentence s o that


it has the s a m e meaning a s the first. Use the
e) fifty.
word in capitals.
f) Three
1 Who is the owner of this wallet? (WHOSE)

Vocabulary: Everyday things Whose wallet is this?

2 lili Label the picture. 2 Those are my sunglasses. (MINE)


Those .
3 Is this your radio? (YOURS)
Is
4 Who is the owner of these batteries? (WHOSE)
batteries?
5 These are her pens. (HERS)
These .

5 £ 2 Ü U s e the prompts to complete the


dialogues.

1 Rick: (Who/camera) Whose


camera is this?
Julie: (my) It's mine.
2 Harry: (you/laptop) Is

1 goggles laptop?

2 s Anna: (X - my dad). No, it isn't. It's

3 b.
4 t_ 3 Lisa: (Cathy/sunglasses?) Are

5 w.
6p_ Donna: (X - my) No, they aren't.

7 b
8 w. Lisa: (You!)

9 b_ Donna: ( / - new) Yes. They're

10 f sunglasses.

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1b
Use your English: Shopping Grammar summary
6 0 M a t c h the dialogue (a-h) to the speakers (1-8) and Whose...? genitive 's and s '
put it in the c o r r e c t order. Whose belt is this?
Singular
It's my mum's purse.
Plural
They are my friends' bags.

Note
Usage
1 Shop assistant: Can I help vou?
• We use 's/s'to show possession.
2 Customer:
• We use whose to ask about possession.
3 Shop assistant: Whose pen is this? It's Helen's.
4 Customer: Form
• We use s with singular nouns and plural
5 Shop assistant:
nouns which do not end in -s.
6 Customer:
It's my brother's bike.
7 Shop assistant: They are the children 's books.
8 Customer: • We use s'with plural nouns which end in -s.
The students' books.
a) Can I help you?
b) How much are they?
Possessive adjectives and
c) £39.99! I'll leave them, thanks. I'll just take the belt. possessive pronouns
d) Yes, please. Have you got any belts? It's my wallet. It's mine.
e) Sunglasses are £39.99. It's your phone. It's yours.
It's his belt. It's his.
f) These are £3.99 and those are £6.99.
They're her flip-flops. They're hers.
g) OK. I'll take this black one. Can I get some sunglasses They're ours.
They're our batteries.
too, please? It's their house. It's theirs.
h) Sure. Try one of these.
Note
E 9 Complete the dialogue with one word in each space. Gruí tff»j
1
Usage
Shop assistant: Good morning. Can 1 helo you?
• We use possessive adjectives before
2
Customer: Yes, please. Have you g o t . a noun.
batteries? It's my book.
Shop assistant: Yes, o f 3
. What are they for? • We use possessive pronouns without
a noun or after a noun.
A radio? Camera?
It's ours.
4
Customer: They're for my radio. H o w are The book is ours.
they?

Shop assistant: These are £ 1 . 5 0 5


or four for £5.

Customer: four, please and can I have

a bottle of water?
Shop assistant: l'm 7
we haven't got

water.
Customer: Oh, OK. Just the batteries.
Shop assistant: That's £5, please. Thank you.

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1 C Are there any mushrooms?
Vocabulary: Food and drink Phrases
1 H Look at the clues and complete the 3 19 Complete the words with one letter in
crosswords with the words from the box. each space.

1 A: Oh, no. I've got lamb, not beef.


LAMB •PEAS • CAKE •PEAR
B: Oh, Joe, y o u ' r e / ¡ o ^ e / e s s !
2 A: We need yoghurt, cream and a cake.
Across
B: o on then, let's get to the shops
2 They are vegetables.
before they cióse.
3 It's a meat. K
3 A: Quick, bring the food inside. It's raining!
Down „
B: What? You're j i !
1 It isn't dairy, but sometimes
A: No, l'm not. Look.
it's got cream on it.
4 A: We've got melons, strawberries and
2 It's a fruit.
peaches.
B: x I n . I love summer fruit.
• MELON •CREAM •BEANS • PEACH
Grammar: Countable and uncountable
Across -• nouns with some, any and no
6 It's a dairy product. 4 líl Complete the sentences with There is,

Down i There isn't, There are or There aren't.

4 It's an orange/pink 1 There are some bananas.

coloured fruit. any mushrooms.

5 They are vegetables. some olive oil.

7 It's a big yellow fruit. any vinegar.


no cream.
any peas,
2 8 3 Look at the pictures and complete the
some strawberries.
text.
no nuts.

m¡M C h o o s e t h e correct options. Sometimes


more than one answer is correct.

1 Is there [any]/ some / a beef?


2 Are there no / some / any pears?
3 There is no / some / any cake.
4 I haven't got some / any / no yoghurt.
6
I ove fruit. My favourite fruits are
5 There is some / no / any lettuce.

s . I like 7
\57 y , too. 6 There isn't no / any / some cream.
7 We've got some / any / no olive oil.
8 I want a / some / any vinegar.
1c
6 £Hi Use the prompts to write questions. Then look Grammar summary
at the picture and write short answers.
Countable and uncountable
nouns with some, any and no.
Muir nicuive
There is some There isn't any olive
vinegar. oil.
There are some There is no olive oil.
beans. There aren't any
mushrooms.
There are no
mushrooms.
Questions Short answers
Is there any meat? Yes, there is.
No, there isn't.
Are there any nuts? Yes, there are.
No, there aren't.

Nc>-re
Usage
• ln affirmative sentences, we use some +
uncountable nouns or plural countable nouns.
There is some vinegar. There are some peas.
1 melons/on the table?
• We can a!so use a/an + singular countable
Are there anv melons on the table? noun. We can't use a/an or numbers with
Yes, there are. uncountable nouns.

2 cream/on the table? There is a melón. /


There is an olive oil. X
• ln negative sentences, we use any + noun
with a negative verb. We can also use no +
3 strawberries/on the table? noun with an affirmative verb. We don't use
any with an affirmative verb or no with a
negative verb.
There isn 't any lamb. There is no lamb.
4 olive oil/on the table? I haven 't got any peaches. Tve got no
peaches.
X
There aren't no mushrooms. X
5 nuts/on the table?
• We use any with questions.
Are there any mushrooms?
Have you got any meat?

6 meat/on the table? Form


• Countable nouns can have a singular or plural
form.
melón - melons
7 mushrooms/on the table?
• Uncountable nouns are not usually plural and
only have one form.
meat
8 vinegar/on the table?

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1 Language round-up
Match the beginnings (1-8) to the endings 4 Complete the dialogues with the words from
(a-h). the box. There are four extra words.

1 Is there a) bag is this?


• works • working • ate • some • cooking
2 Whose b) making a cake?
• pence • no • cooks • many • doesn't
3 Are there c) making?
• much • isn't • any
4 How often do you d) like melons?
5 What are you e) any peas? Max: Where are you going, Jo? 1

6 Do you f) yours? Jo: l'm going to the shops. My dad's cooking


7 Are you - g) any cream? dinner, but we've g o t 2

8 Isthis h) cook dinner? vegetables.


.11 3
Max: W h y he working?
2 Complete the sentences with the correct form Jo: H e 4
work on Fridays. He only
of the words in brackets. four days a week. He always
1 I want to be a (BEAUTY) beautician. dinner on Fridays.
2 My sister is a (CASH) in a bank. ATTHESHOP
3 John is (HOPE) with money. Jo: Helio, have you g o t 7
beans?
4 He's a ski (INSTRUCT) in France. Shop assistant: Yes, of course.
5 I like talking to people. Maybe I can be a TV Jo: How 8
are they?
(PRESENT) _. Shop assistant: They are sixty 9
a kilo.
6 Harry wants to be a (POLITICS) . ...78
7 My dad (TEACH) Maths in a 5 Choose the correct options to complete the
secondary school. dialogues.
8 l'm a (RECEPTION) in a hotel. 1
A: That's (my)/ mine / me coke. You drink / are 2

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drinking / drinking it!
3
3 Look at the pictures. Complete the sentences B: No, l'm n o t . You're / Your / Yours is there.
with the correct words.
4
A: There are any / no / not people at this party.
5
1 P e a c h e s a r e e 2 5
' ° B: There is / are / be some.
two pounds fifty a kilo. 6
A: 1 don't / am not / aren't like them!

are El .30 7
A: Is this y o u r mums / mum's / mums' phone?
for 200g. 8
B: N o . She / Her / Hers is in her bag. That's
9
60p B i l l / Bills / B i l l ' s phone.
are
a kilo. 10
A: I want / am wanting / wanting to watch TV.
7 no B: There i s n ' t 11
no / any / some rugby on today.
are
each. .../10

5 This (7) LISTEN A N D C H E C K YOUR S C O R E


is
Total .../40
./8
1 Skills practice
S K I L L S F O C U S : R E A D I N G AND W R I T I N G

Read
1 Read Philippa's blog and match the headings (A-C) to
the paragraphs (1-3)

A Holidays
C Free time

go to tennis lessons,
l'm not very good.
a) and b) but
1 always get good marks! 4 I want to be a pilot
We get homework four but I don't know which.
days a week. My favourite subjects are Maths and
a) but b) and
Science. I don't like RE., but w e only have RE. once
a week. 5 I eat a lot of vegetables
2 I don't like meat.
I go to French classes on Mondays and
a) so b) or c) because
Wednesdays. On Saturdays and Sundays I meet my
friends. Tve got a computer in my bedroom. I send 4 Complete the letter with and, but, or,
emails to my friends and I write this b l o g ! so or because.

rite a reply to Jenny. Use the ideas


We always go to France for t w o weeks w i t h my
below.
m u m and dad. My brother and I always go to my
grandparents' house for three weeks, too. It's very Dear Kate,
beautiful there and they've got some animáis.
Hov/ are you? l ' m doing exams at the
Philippa 1
moment §o_ I ha ven 't got much time.
1
I li*e exams v/e ¿°n't
have to v/ear" a uniform and v/e can
2 Read the blog again and match the sentence
jiíiSwrwVy, 3
— tt^V a < e

beginnings (1-8) to the endings


v/or*!
1 At school, Philippa always a) like RE. Tomorrov/, I ' v e got a French exam in
2 Philippa gets homework b) in her bedroom. the morning * •— Science
exam in the afternoon!
3 Her favourite subjects c) has French classes.
5
P\ease send me an email
4 She doesn't d) gets good marks.
v/rite me a letter %yith a\\ your news.
5 On Mondays and e) go to their
Bye for nov/
Wednesdays she grandparents' house
Jerxrvy
6 She's got a computer for three weeks.
7 Philippa's family always f) four days a week. • Tell Jenny what you are doing at the

8 Philippa and her brother g) go to France in the moment.

always holidays. • Tell Jenny about your school and free

h) are Science and time. Tell her what you do and when.

Maths. • Try to use linkers in your email.


2a I hate falling over.
Phrases 3 WüJB Complete the dialogues with
the correct form of do, play or go.
1 Choose the correct options.
1
A: Do you want to go swimming?
A: l'm not going running with you today.
2

1
B: No, I prefer football.
B: Why no / don't you /(not)?
2
A: l'm tired a n d , anyway / instead / so, I don't A: Let's 3
karting.
like running. I prefer swimming. B: No. I want to 4
rugby.
3
B: M e , to / two / too, but I haven't got any
A: Do you like athletics?
money for swimming.
B: It's OK, but I prefer
A: I can pay for you.

2 4
B: Really? Thanks much / a lot / very well, but
you're tired.
gymnastics.

A: Where's Paul?
A: Well, not if we're going swimming. Come on. B: He's 7
basketball.
A: Is Steve with him?
Vocabulary: Sports and places
B: No. S t e v e ' s 8
judo.
2 M B Match the words from the box to the
pictures. A: My mum 9
cycling every

day.
tennis • karate • snowboarding • cycling B: With your dad?
• swimming • athletics • golf • windsurfing
1L • gymnastics • rugby • volleyball • judo
4
A: No. He 10

- * » Write the ñames of the people


running.

doing each activity.

Tom is at the pool. Melanie is on the


court. Jack is on the pitch. Stephanie is
1 rugby at the rink. Paul is in the ring. Keith is on
the track. Neil is on the course.
1 Tom is swimming.

2 is playing football.
3 is playing golf.
4 is boxing.
5 is ice-skating.

n 9 6
7
is karting.
is playing tennis.

10 11 12

•OTO *: '>

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2a
Grammar: Verbs of emotion + gerund Grammar summary
form (-ing)
Verbs of emotion + gerund form (-ing)
5 WLM Look at the survey. Complete the I love skiing.
sentences with the correct form of the verbs I like windsurfing.
in brackets. You enjoy running.
My dad doesn't mind cycling.
SPORTS SURVEY My mum doesn't like watching sport.
Ñame and class: Mark. Pre.¿.-t-on, VTIft I hate playing rugby.
A sport you love: i gogb^ i vbiiexjba.il I prefer swimming (to ice-skating).
A sport yOU like: Swimming
A sport you don't m i n d : Cycling Mote
A sport you don't enjoy: íocrfoaw Usage
A sport you don't like: Srou)boa.rding • We use the gerund {-ing) form after certain verbs of
A sport you hate: fín^nn&js-tic*. emotion {like, love, hate, etc)

Thank you for your timo! •


/ love playing computer games.
We use don't mind + gerund to say that we think
1 Mark loves (play) playing rugby and volleyball. something is OK.
/ don t mind doing homework.
2 He prefers (play) rugby to (play)
• We use prefer + gerund form + to+ gerund form to
volleyball.
say that we like one thing more than another.
3 He likes (go) swimming. / prefer staying in bed to getting up.
4 He doesn't mind (go) cycling. Form
5 He doesn't enjoy (play) football. • We can follow verbs of emotion with a verb in the
6 He doesn't like (go) snowboarding. gerund form or a noun.
/ love playing football.
7 He hates (do) gymnastics.
I love football.
6 U U U s e the prompts to write dialogues.
Common mistakes
1 A: you/like/play/tennis? / don't mindcook. X
B: X hate/play/tennis I don't mind cooking. /
Do you like playing tennis? i prefer swimming than running. X
/ prefer swimming to running. /
No. I don 't. I hate playing tennis.
2 A: your mum/enjoy/box?
B: / love/watch/boxing/on the TV

3 A: you/like/football?
B: / but/prefer/play/rugby/play/football

4 A: you/mind/lose?
B: / but/prefer/win!

5 A: your brother/enjoy/go/karting?
B: / love/go/karting

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2b Don't look at the ground.
V o c a b u l a r y : Parts of the body. G r a m m a r : imperatives
1 O Label the picture with the w o r d s from 4 IDI Look at the rules and complete the
the box. imperative sentences.

• head • neck • ear • eye • mouth Rules


• teeth • hair • face Students at this school should arrive on time
and work hard. They need to do their homework
every day and be quiet during the lessons and
listen to the teacher.
Please remember that there is no eating. drinking
or talking during lessons. In addition, the school
is a no running and no playing área.

A: Enjoy your first day at school. Remember.


1 2
Arrive on t i m e , hard,
4
your homework,
C o m p l e t e the w o r d s . 5
quiet and to your teacher.
1 shoulder B: I will.
6
2 c A: And and
during lessons. Oh, and
10
and games in the
school.
B: I won't. Bye, Mum.

5 S E b Complete the imperative sentences with


the verbs f r o m the box.

• eat • have • not go • listen • stay


• ptey • talk • not have • not do
3 líl Look at the picture and complete the
crossword. My brother's 'rules':
1 Play computer games all evening.

'/ 2 any homework!


2 3 3 to bed early.
e

9 4 a shower in the morning (or in the


evening!)
4 5
5 lots of fast food and chocolate.
My sister's 'rules':
6 in the bathroom all morning.
7 to friends on the phone all day.
8 to Rihanna CDs.
9 pink hair!

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2b
A

Grammar: Must/Mustn't for rules Grammar summary


6 KB Complete the sentences about what Imperatives
Alison must and mustn't do. Affirmative Negative
Come here. Don't worry.
Ho\y to change my life! Have a good time. Don't be late.
%/ s t u d y h a r d , brush my teeth three times a
d a y , do some exercise, leafn ío cooK, relax Mote
before exams.
Usage
op to bed late, t h a t to my friends all • We use imperatives to tell people what to do or not to do.
evening, play computer games, eat a \c\ of • We often use please with the imperative to be more
caKe, v/atch TV polite.
Please come in.
1 I mt/sf sfuoV hard.
Please don't touch.
2 I to bed late. Form
3 I to my friends all evening. • To make the imperative, we use the infinitive of the
4 IJ my teeth three times verb without to and without a subject.
Go away. NOT You go away.
a day.
• To make negative imperatives, we add dont before the
5 I some exercise. imperative without to.
6 I computer games. Don't do that
7 I a lot of cake. Common mistakes
Not be late./
8 I to cook.
Don't be late. /
9 I TV.
10 I before exams.
Must/Mustn't for rules
7 lil Rewrite the sentences with must or Affirmative Negative
mustnt. I must finish my You mustn't talk.
1 Go home at eleven o'clock. homework. We mustn't be late
You must work hard.
You must go home at eleven o'clock.
2 Don't fall over.
You Usage
3 Don't be late. • We use must/mustn'tXo say what rules are and what
You we can and can't do.
You mustn 't eat in the classroom.
4 Phone your mum.
I must phone my mum.
You Form
5 Get up. • We use must/mustn't + infinitive without to.
You I must wake up early tomorrow.
Common mistakes
6 Don't talk in the exam.
I mustn't to be late, x
You I mustn't be late. /
7 Buy some strawberries. You mustn 't eating here. X
You You mustn't eat here. /

8 Don't go swimming after dinner.


You

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2c We're all going to hold hands
Grammar: Going to for future plans, w3M Complete the dialogue with the verbs in
intentions and predictions brackets. Use the correct form of going to.

1 O Look at the plans and complete the Sam: Do you want to play tennis?
sentences. 1
Phil: No. I think i t (rain) is going to rain.
2
Sam: So, w h a t (you/do)
today?
3
Phil: 1 (tidy) my room. My
mum (be) 4
home soon.
Sam: I can help you. Er... where are you going?
Phil: I want to look at my emails.
5
Sam: (you/look) at them now?
Phil: Yes.
6
Sam: And (you/write) any
emails?
Phil: Ofcourse.
7
Sam: So, when (we/tidy) your
room? Tomorrow?!

f £ B U s e the prompts to write questions and


answers.

1 What time/you/get up/


tomorrow?
l/get up/at seven o'clock
What time are vou going to
get ud tomorrow? l'm going
to get up at seven o'clock.

2 you/cycle/to school?
1 l'm going to write emails tonight. X l/walk/to school
2 I 'm not going to do homework tonight.
3 My parents
tonight.
4 They tonight. 3 What/do/in the evening?
5 My sister tonight. l/do/my homework
6 She tonight.

7 I next year.
3 next year.
9 My friends and 4 What time/you/go to bed?
next year. l/go/to bed at ten o'clock
10 We Jik^S! next year.
11 Our teacher next
year.
^2 She next year.
Use your English Ask for, make and Grammar summary
respond to suggestions
Going to for future plans, intentions ánd
4 BB Match the beginnings (1-10) to the predictions
endings (a-j). Affirmative Negative
l'm going to go to bed l'm not going to go out
early today. tonight.
You're going to be late. You aren't going to s e e
He's/She's/lt's going the film.
to fall over. He/She/lt isn't going
We're /They're going to eat.
to win. We/They aren't going
to work hard.
Questions Short answers
Am I going to win? Yes, you are.
No, you aren't.
Is he going to meet us Yes, he is.
1 What about a) go shopping.
here? No, he isn't.
2 What shall \ b) fancy playing tennis?
Wh- questions
3 I don't ) c) it.
When is she going to phone us?
4 You're / d) don't we go swimming?
5 Let's -— e) watching a film?
6 I don't feel like f) great idea. Usage
• We use going to to talk about plans and intentions
7 No, g) know.
for the future or to make predictions about a present
8 Why h) we do today? situation.
9 Do you i) thanks. It's going to rain.
10 That's a i) joking. • We often use future time phrases when we talk about
the future with going to.
tÚM C o m p l e t e the dialogue w i t h the w o r d s l'm going to finish this homework later.
from the box.
Form
• We use going to + infinitive without to.
• let's • why • feel • joking • shall
He's going to tell us a story.
• idea • know • faney • about
• We make negative sentences by adding not befare
going to.
Amelia: Hi, Tanya. Do you fancy coming to my 1
He isn 't (is not) going to tell us a story.
• To make questions we use verb to be + subject +
house this afternoon?
2
going to + infinitive without to
Tanya: O K . I bring a DVD?
Are you going to play football tomorrow?
3
Amelia: Good .
4
Tanya: ask Carole.
5
Amelia: Oh, I d o n ' t . She always
6
wants to play sport. I d o n ' t
like doing any exercise today.
7
Tanya: No? Well, h o w asking Brett
and Simón?
8
Amelia: Y o u ' r e ! My mum doesn't
9
like t h e m . don't we just
have a quiet afternoon? Just you and me.
Tanya: OK. Great. See you later.
2 Language round-up
1 Rearrange the letters and match the words 3 Choose the correct options.
(1-12) to the clues (a-l).
1 You must [do]/ doing / to do more exercise.
1 olpo pool 7 oblwe 2 Do you fancy go / going / to go out?
2 eteth 8 rctak 3 I hate fall / falling / to fall over.
3 nlake 9 bhmtu 4 Please not go / don't go / not going.
4 eoucsr 10 hcipt 5 I don't enjoy go / going / to go to the dentist.
5 aiwts 11 oets 6 What shall we do / doing / to do this evening?
6 ocrut 12 nikr 7 How about meet / meeting / to meet at six?
a) You swim here. 8 We're not going finish / finishing / to finish
b) They are in your mouth. this tonight.
c) You play tennis here. 9 Let's have / having / to have a party.
d) It's at the bottom of your leg. 10 We mustn't be / being / to be late for school.
e) It helps you to bend your arm.
f) You go karting here.
4 Complete the text with the words from the
g) You have one on each hand. box. There are four extra words.
h) You have ten on your feet.
i) You play rugby here. • lose • touch • love • feel • ¡n
j) You play golf here. • own • don't • fall • at • going

k) It's where you put your belt. • hate • mind • hurts • prefer • bends

I) You go ice-skating here.


1
My friends are going to play tennis later but I
./11
2
don't like playing sport today. My back
2 Complete the dialogue with the correct form 3 4
and, anyway, l'm not very good
of the verbs in brackets.
5 6

1
tennis. I always and I often over.
A: W h a t (you/do) are you going to do at the
I don't doing exercise but
school sports day next week?
2
swimming to tennis.
B : (l/not/do) anything.
9

3
So, l'm going to be on my
A: But you love (play) sports and
4
this evening. I can read or watch a film. I
(run) .
10

5
reading. My favourite books are
B: Yes, but Tve got a bad knee. I m u s t n ' t (do)
1 1
the Harry Potter books. N o , laugh!
any exercise for six weeks. I don't
6
They're great.
mind (not do) any sports. I enjoy
7
.../10
(watch) them, too.
A: The sports day starts at two o'clock, but O LISTEN AND C H E C K YOUR S C O R E
8
(l/get) there at half past one. Total .../40
9
(l/help) with the gymnastics. Do
10
you fancy (help) , too?
B: OK. Why not?
11
A: Great. (not be) late.
.../10

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2 Skills practice
SKILLS FOCUS: READING, LISTENING AND WRITING

Read Listen
Read the email and write the ñames of the 3 Before you listen, predict the correct words.
people.
1 Mark and Melanie are going to go to a disco /
Who... a pizza restaurant / the cinema.
1 hates basketball? 2 They are going to talk about Mr Green / football /
2 has got a bad ankle? holidays.
3 is at the beach?
4 Listen to the dialogue and answer the
questions.

1 What sport are the girls going to play in RE. next


Hi, Jackie, week? volleyball
It's Melanie here. l'm at a basketball match.
2 What sport does Mark prefer?
I know, I know. I hate basketball, but l'm
very happy. Angie is playing very well. 3 What is not on a Sicily special pizza? Meat, onions
Fiona isn't playing. She's got a bad ankle. or mushrooms?
She's sitting here with Mark and me. We're ¡
4 Is Melanie going to have a Sicily special, too?
eating sandwiches. Here's Mark.

5 What food does Melanie not like?


Hi, Jackie,
6 What does Mark suggest they talk about?
How are you? Are you having a good time
at the beach? The basketball is great.
We're going to get a pizza after the game.
Oh, no. Mr Green is going to fall over.

iend sends you an email suggesting that you


Hi, Jackie, play tennis together on Saturday. Complete the
Mark is with Mr Green on the basketball reply with one word in each space.
court. Mr Green can't stand up. Oh dear.
I don't think they're going to finish the
match. Poor Mr Green. OK, l'm going to
send this and then l'm going to help Mark
1
Melanie Thanks for the invitation. l'm really
but I can't play on Saturday. l'm g 3
to
4
visit my grandparents. How a playing
2 Read the email again and complete the on Sunday? Write back and let me know.
,h
summary with one word or ñame in each gap. Also, next weekend (on the 14 ) my brother's band
5

1
are going t o p a concert at the youth
Melanie is at a basketball match with 6
going? He's going to
club. Do you f
2
F and Mark. They are eating give me four tickets.
3 See you.
s . After the match, they are going
4
Harry
to get a p . Mr Green falls over
*SSSM
5
and c a n ' t s up. Mark goes onto
the c 6
to help Mr Green. 6 Write a reply from Luke to Harry.
The best thing is the balcony. I
Vocabulary: House and furniture Grammar: Comparative and
superlative of adjectives
1 WÍM Label the picture with the words
from the box. 3 KB Complete the text with the correct
form of the adjectives in b r a c k e t s .
1
Our house is (oíd) older than most of my
2
friends' houses, but it is (big) ,
3
too. T h e (good) thing about
4
it is my balcony. My bedroom is the (small)
bedroom in the house, but I
love it because of the balcony.
The house has got a basement and a loft.
5
The basement is (good) than
6
the loft because it i s (clean)
7
and it is (easy) to get to.
8
T h e (bad) thing about the

• balcony • gate • feof • basement house is that it is cold in the winter. The
9
• stairs • study • landing • fence (cold) room is my bedroom. ln
• chimney the winter, I do my homework in the kitchen
10
because it is (warm) than my
1 roo! 6
bedroom.
2 7
4 lil Use the p r o m p t s to write sentences.
3 8
1 My bedroom/big/bedroom in the house
4 9
My bedroom is the biggest bedroom in the
5
house.
2 I I I Complete the words with one letter
2 It/big/my parents' room
in each space.

1 It's a room where someone works. study


3 The armchair/comfortable/chair in the
2 It's the room at the top of a house. I t
living room
3 It keeps food cold. f e
4 You can look at yourself in this.
4 It/comfortable/the sofá
m r
5 You put your clothes in this.
5 The loft/dark/the basement
w e
6 Two or three people can sit on it. s a
6 The basement/cold/the loft
7 Bedrooms are often here.
u s
7 The washing machine/useful/the
8 You cióse these in the evening and open
dishwasher
them in the morning. c s
9 ln some rooms, people have this on the
8 The/useful thing l've got is my computer
floor. c t

10 A room has four walls, a floor and this.

c g
l i l i Look at the information and write Grammar summary
sentences with the correct form of the
adjectives from the box. Some adjectives can
Comparative and superlative of
be used more than once.
adjectives
The kitchen is colder than the bathroom.
The desk is heavier than the table.
expensive • bad • btg • cheap Computers are more expensive than DVD
good • small players.
This is the oldest house in our street.
Living room 25m 2
Bedroom 20m 2
Kitchen 15m 2
Simón is the laziest boy in the class.
This is the most difficult exam I can remember.
1 The living room/room in the house
The living room is the biggest room in the house.
2 The bedroom/the kitchen Usage
77?e bedroom is bigger than the kitchen. • We use comparatives to compare two people or things.
3 The kitchen/the bedroom Mike is younger than Sophie.
• We use superlatives to compare three or more people
or things or a whole group.
Sue is the oldest girl in my class.

Fridge £250 Cooker £420 Dishwasher £370 Spelling rules


4 The cooker/the dishwasher • To make comparatives, we add -erto the adjective.
To make superlatives, we add -esíto the adjective.
cold - colder - the coldest
• For adjectives ending in one vowel plus one consonant,
5 The cooker/fitting in the house we usually double the final consonant.
big - bigger - the biggest
• For adjectives ending in -e, we add -ror -st.
nice - nicer - the nicest
6 The fridge/the dishwasher • For adjectives ending in -y we usually change the -y
to an -/.
easy - easier - the easiest
• For long adjectives, we use more + adjective to
DVD player - good Computer - great! make comparatives and most + adjective to make
CD player - not good superlatives.

7 The computer/the DVD player interesting - more interesting - the most interesting

Irregular forms
• There are three irregular comparative and superlative

8 The CD player/the DVD player forms:


good - better - the best
bad - worse - the worst
far - further - the furthest
9 The computer/thing in my bedroom
3b There's a lot of luggage!
vocabulary: Common uncountable 4 lil Write two sentences about each picture.
nouns Use the prompts and the words in capitals.

Match the uncountable nouns (1-10) to CHAIRS/FURNITURE


the examples (a-j). 1 There/not/much/in the

1 food ^ a) pounds, coins room

2 time ) b) exercises, projects There isn 't much

3 traffic / c) songs, CDs furniture in the room.

4 rubbish d) beans, meat 2 There/not/many/in the

5 furniture e) suitcases, backpacks room

6 homework hours, minutes There aren't many

7 luggage 9) lorries, cars chairs in the room.

8 money h) broken glass, bits of paper


CHIPS/FOOD
9 music i) armchair, table
3 There/is/lot/on the píate
Complete the sentences with some of
the uncountable nouns from Exercise 1.

1 There's some food in the fridge.


4 There are/lot/on the
2 Lots of cars créate lots of .
píate
3 Hurry! We haven't got much !
4 Throw your in the bin.
5 I need a sofá and other for my
house. TIME/MINUTES

6 I love , but I haven't got many CDs. 5 There/only/few/before

7 My teacher gave me a lot of . the train leaves

8 I can't carry this ; it's heavy.

Grammar: Countable and uncountable 6 There/only/little/before


nouns with much, many, a lot of, a few, a
the train leaves
titile
3 Correct the sentences.

1 We haven't got many homework to do.


SUITCASES/LUGGAGE
We haven 't aot much homework to do.
7 There/are/lot

2 How much bedrooms are there?

3 Tve only got a few space in my bedroom. 8 There/is/lot

4 We haven't got many furniture.

5 l've only got a little CDs.

6 He hasn't got much friends.

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Use your English Ask permission and Grammar summary
respond
Countable and uncountable nouns with
5 i^B Complete the second sentence so that much, many, a lot of, a few, a little
it has the same meaning a s the first. U s e the Countable
word in capitals.
There are a lot of cars on the road.
1 A: Can I use your computer? (MAY) There aren't many eggs in the fridge.

May I use your computer? There are a few CDs on the shelf.
How many brothers have you got?
B: Actually, I need to use it. (BUT)
Uncountable
l'm to use it.
L i
There is a lot of traffic on the road.
2 A: Can I have something to eat? (RIGHT) There isn't much food in the fridge.
Is have something There is a little rubbish in the wastepaper bin.
How much money have you got?
to eat?
B: Sure. (COURSE)

Yes . Usage
3 A: Can I watch TV before I do my homework? • We use a lot with both countable and uncountable
(OK) nouns in affirmative sentences.
There are a lot of people here.
Is watch TV before I
There is a lot of space in my bedroom.
do my homework?
• We use a few and a little in affirmative sentences.
B: Sure. (PROBLEM) We use a few with countable nouns and a little with
Yes, ! uncountable nouns.
Tve got a few books.
6 COI Complete the dialogues with one word in He's got a little time.
each s p a c e . • We use much and many in negative sentences and
A: M u m . Can I stay out a bit later tonight?
1
questions. We use many with countable nouns and
2 muchwWh uncountable nouns.
B: l'm sorry, b you've got exams
There aren 't many potatoes.
and you need to study.
How many days are there in July?
We haven 't got much homework to do.
4
A: it a l l r if I sit How much time have we got left?
here?
Common mistakes
5
B: O f c I've got much money. X
Tve got a lot of money /
A: Is it O K i . 6
I use your phone? How many money have you got? X
7 How much money have you got? /
B: Yes, n o p

A: M 8
I come in?
B: A 9
., it's a 1 0
b difficult
at the moment. There's water all over the floor!
3c How wide ¡s it?
Phrases G r a m m a r Question word How +
adjectives of dimensión
Complete the words with one letter in
each space. 3 1 9 Match the questions (a-h) to the
pictures (1-7).
A: Did you know that the deepest part of the
ocean is over 10,000 metres deep? It's called a) How high is it? e) How wide is it?
b) How deep is it? Ij n u w ion i s i i c r
The Mariana Trench.
1
B: That's a m & z i_ n g_. Mount Everest is only c) How long is it? g) How heavy is it?

8.848 metres high. Where is this Mariana d) How far is it? h) How much does it weigh?

Trench?
2
A: I haven't got a I !

A: I love Kynance Cove.


B: What's that?
3
A: W e l l , s I y, it's a beach, but
it's really beautiful and never crowded. There's
a little café where you can buy cakes and ice How tall is he?
creams and ... 3
4
B: OK, OK. T h a t ' s _ n g _ ! I want to go
there now, but we've got a Maths test!

Vocabulary: Large numbers


2 %ÍM Complete the text. Write the numbers in
brackets in words.

Uluru is in Australia. It is a large rock that stands


1
(340) three hundred and forty
metres above the desert. The rock is
2
(355) kilometres
from Alice Springs. No one knows exactly
how oíd it is, but experts believe it is between
3
(500,000,000) and
4
(650.000,000)
years oíd. Every year, about
5
(400.000)
people visit the rock, but only about
6
(100,000)
climb it. Fewer people climb it now than
in the past because they understand
how important the rock is to Australia's
7
(517,000)

Aborigines.

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3c
Complete the questions with one word in Grammar summary
each s p a c e .
Question word How + adjectives of
dimensión
How tall is rt?
I t ' s . . . tali.
How high is it?
It's ... high
How wide is rt?
It's ... wide.
How long is it?
I t ' s . . . long.
How far is it?
I t ' s . . . from here/away.
How deep is it?
It's ... deep.
How heavy is it?
A: Ladies and gentlemen. Welcome to Niágara
How much does it weigh?
Falls. They ...
It weighs ...
1
B : How high are they? How big is it?
A: They are 51 metres high and ... It's...
2
B: And is the lake?
A: The deepest part is 52 metres. Now, the
Usage
Niágara Fails are on the Niágara River.
• We use How + adjective of dimensión to ask about
It i s n ' t . . . size, weight or distance.
B: 3
is that? How big is your house?
How far away is the hotel?
A: ... it isn't very long. Just 58 kilometres from
• We generally use tall with people and high with
Lake Erie to Lake Ontario. Please ask any more
objects. Sometimes we can also use te//with objects.
questions later. There are two waterfalls here. How tall are you?
The widest one is called The Horseshoe Falls How high/tall istireEmpire State Buiiding?
• The answer to How big is...? can be It's quite/very big
and i t . . .
or an exact measurement.
4
B: is it?
How big is your house? It's not very big.
A: ... it is 790 metres wide. Niágara Falls are How big is your bedroom? It's 4 metres long and
very popular because they are easy to get to. 3 metres wide.

Toronto is o n l y . . . Common mistakes


B: 5
is Toronto? The hotel is ten kilometres far from here. X
The hotel is ten kilometres from here. /
A: ... 120 kilometres away. Please be quiet.
How high is your dad? X
B: Er... When are we going to go to the hotel? How tall is your dad? /
My bag is very heavy.
6
A: Quite s o o n . is it?
B: Very heavy.
7
A: B u t does it

B: About 35 kilograms.
A: Well, perhaps you should stop asking
questions and save your energy for the walk!

29
3 Language round-up
1 Choose the correct options. 3 Match the questions (1-9) to the answers (a-i).

1 I haven't got many / lot /(much)furniture in my 1 How much money a) About eight million.
room. have you got? b) Ten kilometres
2 There's a wardrobe / chimney / fence for my 2 How far is it? away.
clothes. 3 How much time is c) 75 kilograms.
3 Tve got a lot / little / few CDs on my desk. there? d) About ten minutes.
4 My bed is only 50cm deep / wide / far. 4 How many people e) A lot of songs on
5 There isn't much / many / lot of space for a live in London? my computer.
bigger bed. 5 How big is it? f) About £10.
6 l've got much / a lot of / many posters on my 6 How much do you g) Just one suitcase.
walls. weigh? h) I metre 75cm.
7 The good / better / best thing about my house 7 How tall are you? i) It's quite small.
is the pool. 8 How much music
8 The water in the pool is one metre high / have you got?
deep / tall. 9 How much luggage
9 I can't swim very long / far / high, but I love has he got?
water. .../8
10 Winter is the bad / worse / worst time to swim 4 Complete the dialogue with the words from
in the pool. the box. There are three extra words.
11 Our garden is nice / nicer / nicest than the
others. • far • many • highest • luggage
• balcony • much • heavy • worse • time
.../10
• loft • suitcases • space • ceiling • weigh
2 Complete the sentences with one word in
each gap. 1
A: How much luggage has Simón got?
1 How heavy are your bags? 2
B: He's got two and they
2 l've got one hundred ten CDs. 3
about 10 kilograms each.
3 How much it weigh? 4 5
A: T h a t ' s . How is the
4 How meat do you eat?
hotel?
5 I want a plants for my room.
B: About 2 kilometres. I hope it's nice.
6 The loft is cleaner my room. 6
A: Me, too. I want a in my room so
7 l've got a new of drawers.
I can sit outside, and a fan on the
8 How eggs do you want? 7
so the room stays cool.
9 Paris is expensive than Rome. 8
B: I hope there a r e n ' t stairs.
10 How is the station? About 9
A: I think your room is in the ! The
2 kilometres. 10
room in the hotel! Hey. It's five
11 This is untidiest room in the
o'clock. Let's hurry. We haven't got much
house. 11
before dinner.
12 l've only got a time.
.../10
13 This isthe beautiful place in the
(7) LISTEN AND C H E C K YOUR S C O R E
world.

.../12 Total .../40


3 Skills practice
SKILLS FOCUS: READING AND WRITING

write
Read the text and find these things 3 Complete the postcard with the words and
phrases from the box.
1 Two buildings
The Flatiron Building.
• great shops • cold for July
• restaurant • Edinburgh Castle
2 A street • sausages • raining • Scottish dancing

3 A subway station
- o
Helio frows bdiwbow*^. T W we*H\ev \ s very
It isn't the tallest building 2
• cold for Julv\ 1+ \ s - y ^ ^ ^ f • fM 1
in New York City, but it is \v\ FViv\ces S-hreef. TWve
one of the most famous. The Flatiron Building is are lo+3 cÁ veally 4

on Fifth Avenue. It is thirty years older than the SWeef flvsd 1 cav\ see +ke c*3+le up o* A tu
&
1V> eáhv^ Scot+.3k i >;fVtf • ~^*y *re
Empire State Building and a popular attraction.
6
delic»ou3. TV»3 «3 a p i c í w e crf .
The building is almost one hundred metres high.
l t \ s a very *v\+eres+**$ place to vi3i+. tow cav\ see
At the front, it is only two metres wide. The -i -rVeveflv\dy¿*+e a lo+ o-f + 1 ^ 3
offices at this end have great views of the cit -fvO*v> ScO++i3k V\Í3+Ovry.
and the Empire State Building. See yot» soov\.
You can go to the top of the building, but the Jode

isn't a special place to look at the view. Most


visitors just look at the photographs and visit the
shops on the ground floor. Match the questions (1-5) to the possible
answers (a-j). There are two answers for each
It is easy to get to the building. The nearest
question.
subway station is Twenty-Third Street. It isn't •tefe».-'.-
1 What's the weather like?
very far to walk from there. There are also a lo
2 Where are you sitting? •-
buses which go past the building. Next time you
3 What are you doing?
are in New York City, come and see it
4 What's in the picture?
2 Read the text again and answer true (T), false
5 What's the place like?
(F) or doesn't say (DS).
atching the people. f) Eating an ice cream.
1 The Flatiron Building is the tallest building in
b) A museum. g) ln a café.
New York. F
c) It's very sunny. h) A famous building.
2 It is the oldest skyscraper in New York.
d) It's quite interesting. i) It's really oíd.
3 Some rooms are not very wide.
e) On the beach. j) It's a bit cold.
4 You can't go to the top of the building now.
5 It's a long way from the subway station to Write a postcard to a friend. Use some of the
phrases from Exercise 4.
the building.
Dear...
Helio from ...

31
What was the date?
Phrases 9 30/6/2012
of
1 O Complete the words with one letter
in each space. twelve.
10 22/4/1646
1 A: What's the time?
The of
B: Dunno. I haven't got a watch.
sixteen
2 A: Can I have some more cake?
B: Of c r . Here you are.
Grammar: Past simple of verb to be
3 A: Do you want to come to the cinema
3 BU Complete the text with was, wasn't,
today?
were or weren't.
B: M e. What's on? 1
Last weekend, my parents and 1 were
4 A: l'm going to get 100% in the English
in London. Unfortunately, the weather
test. 2
very good, but it
B: H a! No one ever gets more 3
a good weekend.
than 8 0 % in Mr Blair's tests. 4
Our h o t e l in the centre of the

Vocabulary: Dates city. There 5


a lot of traffic in the
6
streets, but there any noise in
2 %jM Complete the dates in words.
7
our room. We only there for
1 15/11/1971
one night, but we in London
The fifteenth of November. nineteen
from early Saturday morning until late
seventv-one.
Sunday evening.
2 20/8/1761 9
On Saturday evening, we in a
The of .
restaurant near the river and Daniel Radcliffe
seventeen 10 11
there. He
3 12/2/2007
with some friends but, unfortunately, Emma
The of 12
Watson with him.
and seven.
4 Look at the information and write
4 5/9/1529
questions and answers.
The of
Yesterday at 9 p.m.:
fifteen
Paul - in bed
5 6/7/1950
Paul's parents - in the living room
The of
lan and Jane - at the theatre
nineteen
Craig - at his friend's house
6 31/3/1283
Sally - in her bedroom
The of
Jenny and Fiona - at a restaurant
eighty-three.
1 Paul at the cinema?
7 26/10/1418
Was Paul at the cinema? No. he wasn't. He
The of
was in bed.
fourteen
2 Paul's parents in the living room?
8 8/1/1333
The of
thirteen
4a
3 lan and Jane at a nightclub? Grammar summary
Past simple of verb to be
Affirmative Negative
4 Craig at his friends house? I was out yesterday. I wasn't at school last
You were late this week.
morning. You weren't at my
He/She/lt w a s very nice. party.
5 Sally in the kitchen?
We/They were in the He/She/lt wasn't here.
living room. WeAThey weren't at
the cinema.
6 Jenny and Fiona at school? Questions Short answers
Was he a film star? Yes. he w a s .
No, he wasn't.
Were they late? Yes. they were.
5 y ¿ i Use the prompts to complete the No, they weren't.
dialogue. Wh- questions

A: Who's that? Where were you born?


Who w a s he with?
B: Mia Wasikowska
There was/were
A: When/born?
1

There was a competition. There wasn't a prize.


When was she born?
Were there ten teams? Yes, there were.
2
B: b o r n / o n 14/10/1989 No, there weren't.

A: Where/born?
3
Mote
Usage
4
B: b o r n / i n Canberra, Australia • We use the past simple of the verb to be to talk about
the past.
A: What/first big film?
5 / was in Italy last week.
Form
6
• We add n'tto was or were to form negatives.
B: first big film//\//ce in Wonderland
I wasn't tired.
• ln questions, we reverse the word order of the subject
A: there/any famous actors in that?
7

and the verb to be.


You were late. - Were you late?
B: V

Past adverbial phrases


Johnny Depp, Helena Bonham Cárter, Anne
We were at school yesterday morning.
Hathaway and more were in it.
He was at the cinema last night.

Grammar: Past adverbial phrases Mo+e


6 Complete the sentences with yesterday or Usage
last. • We use past adverbial phrases to say when something
happened.
1 I was out last night.
We were on holiday last month.
2 Where were you Friday? I was with my friends yesterday afternoon.
3 We were at school afternoon.
Common mistakes
4 I saw Peter evening.
They were here yesterday night. X
5 I was in Year 10 year. They were here last night. /
6 Were you at home morning?

33
[ 4b A strange thing happened
vocabulary: Common regular verbs Grammar: Past simple of regular verbs
1 IDi Complete the sentences with the w o r d s 3 0 Complete the story with the correct form
f r o m the box. of the verbs in brackets.
... •MiiÜYí It was four o'clock and
• started • asked • hated • waiked 1
Emily (want) wanted an
• smiled • iistened • arrived • played 2
ice cream. She (push)
• finished • visited
the door open
3
and (walk) in.
1 The train arrived at ten o'clock.
4
The assistant (ask)
2 I my friend for help with my
Emily what
homework.
ice cream she wanted. She
3 My sister and I to my new Justin
5
(decide) to
Bieber CD.
;/r
have chocolate and vanilla.
4 As soon as she _ at me, I was in
6
Emily (start) to
love!
eat the ice cream. There was
5 When I was young, I peas.
a man in the shop. Emily
6 The lesson at nine o'clock and
7
(look) at him
at ten.
8
and he (smile)
7 Last weekend, my grandparents.
at her.
oo

to school.
9
Suddenly, Emily (drop)
9 basketball yesterday.
the ice cream.
Complete the crossword with the correct
Oh, no! It was on the man's
verbs.
shoe!
'c R R Y
4 i t f Complete the story ending with the
correct form of the verbs from the box.

i 4 r \
• remember • phone • hurry • stay
5
• laugh • not want • talk • ask (x2)
6

1 2
The man lauahed and then the
7
assistant for two more ice creams. He and Emily
3
at the café for about an hour.
1 Can you my bag, please? It's very
4
They about their lives and their
heavy.
5
likes. E m i l y to go home, but she
2 Please question one.
6
suddenly that it was her mum's
3 Can we televisión?
1
birthday. Brad her for her phone
4 up! We're late.
8
number and then she home.
5 -*• Oh, great! I ice cream.
9
Later that evening, s h e her
5 I at this. It's really beautiful.
friend and told her all about her exciting day.
6 My parents go to work at eight o'clock and
home at 5 p.m.
7 Don't . It's not that bad.
34
Use the prompts to complete the dialogues. Grammar summary
A: (you/play) Did you play football yesterday?
1

Past simple of regular verbs


2
B: (X) Affirmative Negative
A: Why not? l/You dropped my l/You didn't wait for
3 camera. my friends.
B : (l/stay) at home.
He/She/lt arrived at He/She/lt didn't leave
A : (You/not/reply)
4
to my text ten o'clock. early.
We/They talked for a WeAThey didn't work
yesterday.
long time. hard.
5
B: Sorry. (l/not/remember)
Questions Short answers
6
to take my phone and (l/not/look) Did you watch Yes, I did.
at it when I returned home. televisión? No, I didn't.
7
(What/you/want) ? Wh- questions

A: Nothing important. I was just bored. Where did you go last night?

6 QD Complete the dialogue. Use the correct Note


form of the verbs from the box or short answers.
Usage
• We use the past simple to talk about actions and
situations that started and finished in the past. We
often use the past simple with past time adverbials.
/ talked to her yesterday.

Form
• To form the past simple of most regular verbs, we
add -ed.
answer - answered
• To form negatives, we use didn't + infinitive
without to.
wanted - didn't want
• To form questions, we use Did + subject + infinitive
without to.
• he love • ask • he study • he decide (x2) Did you like the film?
• appear • he return • he live
Spelling rules
• When a verb ends in -e. we add -d
A: Your dad speaks great French. Did he study 1
love - loved
French at university? • When a verb ends in a consonant + y we change
the -yto an -/'and add -ed. We don't change the -y
B 2
(/) . After university,
toan -/aftera vowel.
3
in Paris for a few years. cry - cried play - played
4
it there. • When a verb ends in one vowel + one consonant,
we double the last consonant.
A: So why 5
to England?
drop - dropped
B: The headmistress of his oíd school
i :-
6
him to work there as a French ... • *;, • * -/^^MSJSwiHftw.?
7
teacher. to try it. Then, a pretty,
8
young English teacher at the
9
school and, after t h a t , to stay
there. She's now my mum, of course.
A: How romantic!
4c I only had a £20 note.
Grammar: Past simple of irregular verbs 3 83 Complete the dialogues with the correct
form of the words in capitals.
1 01 Complete the puzzle with the past
simple form of the verbs (1-14). 1 GO
A: Where did you go yesterday?
D
B: I to the cinema.
R
2 BUY
A: you any computer
games at the weekend?
B: Yes, I did. I three.
U
3 SEE
A: you Amy or Kathy
yesterday?
B: I Kathy at school, but I
Amy because she wasn't there.

R 4 DO

B A: What you at the

weekend?
B: I anything. I was in bed all
1 do 6 find 11 fall
weekend.
2 run 7 lose 12 write
5 GET
3 break 8 swim 13 buy
A: What you for your
4 go 9 drink 14 see
birthday?
5 get 10 drive
B: I a new bike - it's awesome!
2 WkhB Complete the text with the correct form
of the verbs in brackets. Grammar: Adverbial phrases with ago
Hi Steve, 4 WLM When did the events happen? Complete
1
How are you? l'm sorry 1 (not go) didn't go to the sentences with ago.
2
your party on Saturday. 1 (not have) 1 It's now May. My birthday was in February.
3
time. W e (go) to my grandparents' My birthday was three months ago.
4
house on Friday evening and we (not get) 2 It's now seven o'clock. We had dinner at five
back until late on Sunday. o'clock.
5
It was a quiet weekend. 1 (eat) We had dinner .
6
a lot of my grandmother's food and 1 (go) 3 It's now October. We were in Italy in August
7
shopping. 1 (buy) We were in Italy .
8
a few clothes, but 1 (not see) 4 It's now 2014. My sister left school in 2011.
anything very interesting. My sister left school .
9
S o , (you/have) a good party? 5 It's now Tuesday. We went shopping on
10
(lots of people/come) ? Saturday.
Tell me everything when I see you. We went shopping
Love
Kate.

36
4c
vocabulary: Verb and noun collocations Grammar summary
5 WLM Choose the correct options. Past simple of irregular verbs
Affirmative Negative
l/You broke my laptop. l/You didn't go to
He/She/lt fell on the France.
floor. He/She/lt didn't drink
We/They wrote some any water.
emails. We/They didn't drive to
school.
Questions Short answers
Did he do the washing- Yes, he did.
up? No, he didn't.
1 I did /(madeja cake for my dad's birthday Wh- questions
2 Did you make / do the washing-up today? When did you get up?
3 I didn't make / have a shower this morning.
N¿>+e
4 l'm sorry l'm late. I missed / lost the bus.
Usage
5 l'm not hungry. I had / did lunch at school.
(See Past simple of regular verbs p. 35.)
6 I didn't make / do my homework. Form
7 I didn't say / tell you a lie. I said / told you the • There is a list of irregular verbs on p. 118 of the
truth. Students' Book. You need to learn them by heart.
• To form negatives, we use didn't+ infinitive without to.
8 Bob's really good at telling / saying stories.
went - didn't go
9 I lost / missed my wallet on the train. • To form questions, we use Did + subject + infinitive
without to.
Use your English: Make and respond to Did you see the match?
apologies
Common mistakes
6 Ü J É Complete the dialogues with one word in I didn 't knew the answer. X
each space. / didn't know the answer. /
Did you ate my chipa? X
A: Hi Sara, l'm 1
rea//y sorry that I forgot your
Did you eat my chips? /
birthday.
2
B: It's not a p .
Adverbial phrases with ago
A: 1 1 3
. my diary.
We went to London three weeks ago.
B: T
4
's OK.
A: And 1 1 5
my money at home so I No-re
didn't buy you a present. Usage
B: It d o e s n ' t m 6
. Come in. • We use ago with a past time expression to talk about
the number of days, months, years, etc since a past
A: I can't. l'm going to meet Dave. We've got
event happened.
some new computer games. / went to Rome two months ago.
7
B: N o t a !

m 0
s l'm late, Mum.
9
B: That's a l l r. . What
1 0
h
A: Can you believe it? 1 1 . 11
the wrong
bus. It was a 15 not a 16.
12
B: N e v e r m . You're here now.

37
4 Language round-up
Match the beginnings (1-11) to the endings 4 The weather were great.

(a - k ) .

H I didn't have a "N a) afternoon. 5 Did you make your homework?

2 We had an exam last b) bus.


3 We made —c) shower today. 6 Where you did lose your money?

m Tina d) ago.
5 He left three weeks e) were at home. 7 What you did on Sunday?

6 John and Lisa f) thetruth.


7 I left g) week. 8 We wasn't very tired.

8 You didn't tell us h) the washing-up.


9 My brother did i) was at work. 9 I didn't saw Simón.

10 I missed the j) dinner yesterday.


11 We met yesterday k) my money at home. .../a

.../10 4 Use the prompts to write questions and


answers.
Complete the text with the correct form of the
verbs in brackets. 1 When/you/meet/Jo?
1
Tobey Maguire (be) ivas born in California in When did vou meet Jo?

1975. When he was a teenager, his mother l/meet/her/three months


2
(give) him $100 for drama classes. / met her three months ago.

Tobey (meet) 3
Leonardo DiCaprio 2 When/your parents/buy/their new car?
4
when they (be) both young actors.
5
Later, when Leonardo (become)
famous, he (help) 6
Tobey to get They/buy/it/two weeks

acting work.
7
Tobey (appear) in a number of 3 you/at Simon's house/night?
8
interesting films and then he (get)
9
the part of Spider-Man, which (make)
him a star, ln 2013, he and Leonardo / l/be/at home
10
DiCaprio (work) together in The
Great Gatsby. This time, Tobey 11
(not need) 4 your dad angry when/you/get home/night?

his friend's help.


.../10

Correct the sentences.

1 Where you went yesterday?


.../12
Where did you go vesterdav?
2 Did you wrote any emails? (7) LISTEN AND C H E C K YOUR S C O R E

Total .../40
3 I did be late for school twice last week.
4
4 Skills practice
SKILLS FOCUS: READING, LISTENING AND WRITIN4

Read Listen
1 Read the text. What happened in Listen to the news story and choose the
best headline.
1 1770? Marie Antoinette got married

2 1929? a) Eleven-year-old travels to Rome with no ticket.

3 1957? b) Eleven-year-old gets lost at Manchester Airport.

4 1986? c) Eleven-year-old disappears in Rome.


,h
My birthday is on 16 May and I found a great Listen again and choose the correct
webpage where you see what happened in options.

history on every day of the year. I found some 1 Liam Corcoran was fTT)/ 12 / 10 in 2012.
interesting things. Marie Antoinette got married 2 This happened on 24/7/2012 / 25/6/2012 /
,h
on 16 May in 1770. She was only fourteen and 24/8/2012.
her husband was fifteen. 3 When Liam got on the plañe, he sat on the
The first Oscars ceremony took place on 16 May th floor / went straight to the toilet / sat in an

1929 in Hollywood. That's a bit more exciting! empty seat.

The whole thing took fifteen minutes! The best 4 Liam carne home the same day / the next day /

picture winner in 1929 was called Wings. with his mum.

Megan Fox, the actress, was born on 16 May ,h


5 The people at the airport asked him questions /

in 1986 and, in 1957, Eliot Ness died. He was a shouted / smiled.

detective. I saw a film about him. It was called


Write
The Untouchables and it was really good. Kevin
S Complete the email with the words from the
Costner was Eliot Ness and Sean Connery and
Robert De Niro were also in the film.
Now my brother wants to look at what happened
last • were • didn't • saw wasn
,h
on his birthday, 10 November. I hope my day is • had • quite • meet • was
more exciting than his. He always wants to be the
best!

2 Read the text again and complete the


sentences. Hi Malcolm.
1 2
1 had an interesting day
1 The writer's birthday is on 16th May.
Saturday. in the town centre.
2 Marie Antoinette's husband was I 4
_ have any money and I didn't
when they got married. 5 my friends, but 1 6

a fire. There flames and lots


3 The first Oscar ceremony lasted .
of people ran out of the shops. It was OK. It
4 The winner of the first Best Film Oscar was 8
a big fire, but it w a s 9

called . exciting to watch.


Hope you had a good weekend.
5 ln the film The Untouchables
Ben
played Eliot Ness.

6 Write an email describing a day last week.

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He was wearing weird clothes.
Phrases 3 ¡|¿¡§ Write true sentences about what w a s
happening at 7 p.m. Use the verbs from the
1 0 Complete the dialogue with the
box.
phrases from the box.
Mmm\i i : .
• play • sit • have (x2) • listen to • de
• have a look • honestly • I expect
• eat • read • drive • watch
• you're winding me up

<
1
Dave: H e y ! Have a look at Martin's blog.
His family are moving to Australia.

<
Will: 2
.
3
Dave: N o , . It's here.
Look. Three weeks to go.'
1 I wasn't doing my homework. I was reading a
Will: Wow! You're right. Why didn't he tell
book.
us? We were talking to him earlier
today. He didn't say anything.
4
Dave: he's upset.
He knows we read this and it's easier

10 to write it than talk about it.

2 My mum televisión.
Grammar: Past continuous
She the radio.
2 ttt Complete the sentences with the
correct form of the verbs in brackets.

Last Saturday at 10 a . m . . . .
1 I (do) was doing my homework.
2 my mum (cook)
dinner.
3 My friends tennis.
3 my dad (work) in They pizza.
the garden.
4 my friends (shop) .
5 my two brothers (play)
computer games.
On Sunday at the same time...
6 I (write) my blog.
4 My brother
7 my parents (eat) shower. He

breakfast.
8 my friends (play)
tennis.
9 my brother, Jim, (swim)

10 my other brother, Tim, (wait) 5 My grandparents


They on a train.
for his girlfriend.

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Vocabulary Adverbs Grammar summary
I B Choose the correct options. Past continuous
I wanted to be in the school show, but l'm not Affirmative Negative
1 I w a s working. I wasn't cooking.
very fgood]/ well at dancing or singing. I tried
You were sleeping. You weren't running.
acting, but the teacher told me I was very
He/She/lt w a s He/She/lt wasn't
2 3
quiet / quietly. Speak more loud / loudly. swimming. eating.
she said, but it was no good. I tried doing sports, WeAThey were playing. WeAThey weren't
4 making a cake.
but I run v e r y slow / slowly and I play football
5
Questions Short answers
very bad / badly. Finally. I went to the school
Was he helping you? Yes. he was.
newspaper. They asked me to write something.
No, he wasn't.
6
They said that my writing was very clear / Were they singing? Yes. they were.

clearly and interesting. The best thing was that it No, they weren't.
7
was easy / easily for me. It's great to know that Wh- questions
8
I can do one thing good / well at least! What were you doing?
Where w a s he going?
8 S Complete the sentences with the correct
form of the words in capitals. Mote

1 EASY Usage
• We use the past continuous to talk about something
The test was easy. I passed it easily.
that was happening or was in progress at a certain
2 GOOD
time in the past. We don't know exactly when the
My sister is a dancer. She dances activity started or finished.
really . At seven o 'dock, I was eating dinner.
On Friday night we were having a party.
3 LOUD
Dad was talking .. He is always Form
• We form the past continuous like the present
when he's excited.
continuous, but with the past form of the verb to be.
4 CLEAR He is swimming (now). He was swimming (yesterday).
Please speak , We need an actor They are shopping (now). They were shopping (at nine

with a nice, _ o'clock this morning).


. voice.
5 SLOW Common mistakes
What you were doing? /
This isn't a
car, but my dad drives What were you doing? /
very
We was doing a test. X
6 POLITE We were doing a test. /
My cousin is very _
. She always
asks for things very
7 NOISE
The class worked They are a very
class.
5b I was cycling when
Grammar: Past continuous and past 3 H I Complete the story with the phrases
simple with while and when f r o m the box.

1 WM Complete the sentences with the correct


f o r m of the verbs in brackets.

1 I (walk) was walking home when it (start) started


raining.

2 We (drive) home when the


pólice (stop) us.
3 I (find) a great website while
I (surf) the internet.
4 They (eat) dinner when we
(arrive)
5 The phone (ring) while we
(watch) televisión.
6 He (swim) when he (see)
the shark.
7 Dad (get) home while mum
(cook) dinner.
8 When I (come) home from
the disco, my parents (wait)
for me.

(BM Combine the two sentences. Start with


• jumped • was doing
while and when.
• were walking • was trying
1 I was reading. My friend phoned. • was looking • drove • noticed
While / was reading. mv friend phoned. • were taking • looked • was watching

When mv friend phoned. I was reading.


1

2 My friend carne to my house. I was having a 1 was walking into town last Saturday when I
2

shower. : a strange man next to a car. He


3

While to open the car door. When I


4

When again, he was next to a different

3 We were shopping. We met our friends. car. This time, the door was open and he
5

While inside.
6

When While h e this, a pólice car


7 past and stopped. Then two
4 Our teacher's phone started ringing. We were
8

having a test. pólice officers got out. While they


9

When towards the man, h e out of the car

While r and ran away.


1 0

5 I left for school. My brother was still sleeping. Later, 1 TV when I saw the man on
11

When the news. The pólice him to the

While pólice station in their car. He wasn't very happy.


vocabulary: Prepositions of place and motion Grammar summary
WUm Label the pictures with the correct preposition. Past continuous and past
simple with while and when
While I w a s cooking dinner, my
sister carne home with a pizza.
My sister carne home with a pizza
while I w a s cooking dinner.
1 over 2 P. 3 a
I was cooking dinner when my
sister carne home with a pizza.
When my sister carne home with a
pizza, I w a s cooking dinner.
Wh- questions
Where were you going when I s a w
you?
What were you doing when the
pólice stopped you?
7 t 8 i 9 o o.

5 t ü Choose the correct options. Usage


• We can use the past simple and
the past continuous together to talk
A . Crossing from. , , about an action that happened while

Chamonix to Italy •
another action was in progress.
We use the past continuous for the
longer action. We use the past simple
There are two main ways to get from Chamonix in
for the shorter, finished action.
France to Italy.
1
• We link the two tenses with while
The quickest way is over / along /(through)the Mont
2 before the past continuous or when
Blanc tunnel. You d r i v e into / past / along the tunnel
before the past simple.
just a short distance from Chamonix centre. The tunnel
3
is 11.5km long and you c o m e up / out of / through / saw Mark while I was walking to
the tunnel at Courmayeur in Italy. school.
However, there is a much more exciting (and expensive) I was playing football when I hurí my
way to make the journey. You can g o through / over /4
leg.
along the mountains in a special mountain car. You • When we start the sentence with
5
get on at Chamonix and go over / a c r o s s / up to an when or while. we link the two
amazing 4000 metres at the Aiguille du Midi. A second halves of the sentence with a
6
car then takes you back down / out / over to La Palud comma.
on the Italian side.
7
While I was eating, someone took my
Don't go into Courmayeur. Drive past / over / a c r o s s
8
mobile phone.
the town and go another 35km through / along /
When I got home, my parents were
a c r o s s the SS26 road to the beautiful town of Aosta,
watching televisión.
where you can get a delicious Italian ice cream or pizza.
Common mistakes
When I was working, I fell asleep. X
While I was working, I fell asleep. /
/ was cycling while it started raining. X
/ was cycling when it started raining. /
5c A dog which bends.
vocabulary: Types of film Grammar: Defining relative causes with
who, which and where
1 BB Label the pictures with the w o r d s from
the box. Choose the c o r r e c t options.

1 This is a film w h o /(which) I really want to see.


• action • crime • western
2 Merida is the Disney Princess w h e r e / w h o l'd
• science fiction • thriller • animated
like to be!
• romance • musical • comedy • spy
• fantasy • horror 3 Hollywood is the place where / w h i c h the best
films come from.
4 It's a film about two men w h i c h / w h o find
aliens.
5 I like films w h e r e / w h i c h make me laugh.
6 I know someone w h i c h / w h o has got 1000
1 An action film 2 A films on DVD.
7 I went to the café w h e r e / w h i c h James Bond
drank coffee.

¡t.i 8 Musicals are films w h o / w h i c h my mum loves.


9 My mum is a person w h o / w h i c h aiways cries
when she watches sad films.
3 A 4 A
H I Complete the sentences with who.
which or where. Then c o m p l e t e the ñames
w i t h one letter in each space.

1 It's a country which you get to through a


wardrobe. Narni_a
5 An 6 A 2 He's a boy lives in a railway
station. u
3 It's the place Neo really lives.
The t x
4 He's a super-hero works for a
newspaper called The Daily Bugle.
d -M
7 A film 8 A 5 It's a ship hits an iceberg.
t c
6 He's a schoolboy plays a game
called Quidditch.
r y P e
9 A film 10 A film 7 They are animáis live in an
apartment in New York.
Mr Popper's n
8 It's on an island dinosaurs live.
r s c

11 A film 12 A film
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4 OS Combine the t w o sentences with a Grammar summary
relative clause to m a k e one sentence.
Defining relative causes with who,
1 Greg Heffley is a boy. He writes a diary. which and where
Greg Heffley is a boy who writes a diary. People (who)

2 Panem is a country. The Hunger Games take These are the people w h o were in my film.
That's the boy w h o ate my burger!
place there.
Things {which)
It's a film w h i c h always makes me laugh.
3 Pi is a man. He spends a long time on a boat
l've got an idea w h i c h I think you'll like.
with a tiger. Places (where)
This is the place where Johnny Depp was born.
4 Pride Rock is a place. The Lion King lives there. want to live in a country w h e r e I can find a good
job.

5 Toothless is a dragón. It is very friendly.

Usage
6 The Unicorn is a boat. Tintín and Captain • We use defining relative clauses to say which person,
Haddock want to find it. place or thing we are talking about. We need the
clause for other people to understand what we are
talking about.
7 Neverland is a country. Peter Pan took Wendy • We use who to talk about people.
there. • We use which to talk about things.
• We use where to talk about places.
He s an actor who I really admire.
8 Jumanji is a game. It is very dangerous to play it!
This is a place where you can relax.
Td like to see a film which really makes people think.

Common mistakes
Use your English: Buy tickets at the
They're the people which helped us. X
cinema
They're the people who helped us. /
5 KB Complete the dialogue with the phrases It's a place where I love. X
f r o m the box. It's a place which I love. /

• Here you • Which performance • l'd like


How much «The 5.30 • £22 altogether

A: Helio, can I help you?


B: Yes. Td like four tickets to see the new Tintin
1

film, please.
A: 2
? The 5.30 or the 7.45?
R. 3
please.
A: Is that four adult tickets?
B: No, two adults and two children.
A: OK, that's fine.
B: 4
is that?

A: T h a t ' s 5
, please.
B: 6
are.
A: Thank you. Enjoy the film.
5 Language round-up
1 Complete the second sentence so that it has a 3 Combine the two sentences to make one.
similar meaning to the first.
1 I talked to a man. He knew Kate Winslett.
1 Paul is a very fast driver. Paul drives verv fast. I talked to a man who knew Kate Winslett.
2 l'm not very good at singing. 2 I was taking photos. I dropped my camera.
I can't While
3 We were walking in the mountains. I fell and
3 Paul was playing football when he broke his leg. hurt my leg.
While
1
4 We met a man. He was once in a Bond film.
4 I was waiting for my bus when Dad drove past. We . .
Dad 5 Sue hit another car. She was driving home.
While .
5 It was easy for us to pass the exam. 6 This is the restaurant. I told you about it.
We passed This .
.../5
6 The teacher was watching you when you sent
4 U s e the prompts to write sentences.
that text.
1 l/walk/home yesterday/l/meet/Phil
You sent
/ was walking home yesterday when I met Phil.
2 He's the boy/know/a lot about computers.
7 While I was shopping, I lost my wallet.
I was
3 l/meet/him/last week/near the café/you/work

.../6
4 l/cycle/home yesterday/a bus/hit me
2 Choose the correct options.
1
1 [wasj/ were looking in the local newspaper 5 It/be/the bus/take/us to school
2
while / when I saw that there was a Horror
3
Night at the cinema. I phoned a friend which / 6 The man/drive/it/not see/me
who loves horror films and we decided to go.
4
When / While I was waiting for him, Melanie 7 I get up/the driver/look/at me/nervously
5
Hooper from my class walked along / past me
6
and w e n t into / across the cinema. 8 This is the place/Jack/have/his party
7
My friend arrived and while he w a s / were
8
getting the tickets, 1 bought / buy some 9 l/arrive/he/sing
9
popcorn. Then, we walked up / over the stairs
10
to the place which / where the horror films
10 Simon/make/a film of the party/we/go to/last
11
were on. While we waited / were waiting for
week
the film to start, Melanie sat next to me.
12
During a bit in the film which / who was very
.../18
frightening, Melanie held my arm. I didn't mind
(Ti LISTEN AND C H E C K YOUR S C O R E
at all!
Total .../40
5 Skills practice
SKILLS FOCUS: R E A D I N G AND W R I T I N G

Read
1 Read the text. When w a s the original Globe Complete the story with the words from the
Theatre open? box.

a) 1599-1613
b) 1613-1642 • in • test • next • suddenly • bit • at

c) 1599-1642

1
L a s t y e a r . w h e n w e w e r e in I t a l y , m y
m u m b o u g h t s o m e c h e e s e to t a k e h u m e
ln 1599, a group of men, including William
as a p r e s e n t . W e Left rjur a p a r t m e n t a n d
Shakespeare, decided to build a new theatre in
2
said goodbye ta the owner.
Southwark, near the River Thames. They called
my m u m r e a l i s e d that the cheese was
it The Globe. Three thousand people watched
s t i l l in t h e f r i d g e . W e ran b a c k . b u t t h e
plays in the theatre. The rich ones sat in seats.
• w n e r wasn't there. Mum phoned him
Others in the audience paid one penny and 3
and a l a t e r he r e t u r n e d
stood in front of the stage. 4
and we got the c h e e s e . the
There was no lighting so plays took place in
evening, we went to the railway station
the afternoon. There were no microphones so 5
a n d g o t o n o u r t r a i n . The
the actors shouted their lines. The actors w o
m o r n i n g , w e w o k e up in R o m e and
costumes and there were other things they
got off the t r a i n . We c h e c k e d a l l our
could use. Things like cannons ... 6
bags. first, we thought
Unfortunately, in 1613, while the actors were
e v e r y t h i n g w a s OK and t h e n . w h i l e w e
performing HenryVlll, they fired the cannon and
were w a l k i n g to the taxis, my mum
it started a fire in the roof. They opened a new
s h o u t e d : 'The c h e e s e ! '
Globe Theatre the next year but, in 1642, the
government closed all theatres and that was
Write a story about forgetting something. Use
the end of The Globe - until 1997 when the new
the time phrases from the story in Exercise 3.
Globe Theatre opened in almost the same place.

2 Read the text again and answer true (T),


false (F) or doesn't say (DS).

1 The men who built The Globe were all actors.


OS
2 There were three thousand seats in the theatre.

3 It cost one penny to stand and watch a play.

4 People watched plays in the afternoon.


5 Henry VIII closed the theatre in 1613. _

I
6a The sea isn't warm enough
Vocabulary: Places in town Grammar: Too + aajective
(+ infinitive) and (not) + adjective +
M a t c h the places f r o m the box to the
enough (+ infinitive)
reasons for going there (1-10).
3 U Complete the sentences with too or
enough.
• zoo • theatre • market • hospital
• art gallery • travel agent • library I like my town, but there are some problems:
• tourist information centre • museum 1 The hotels are too expensive.
• hotel
2 The zoo is small.
3 The theatre isn't big .
Where do people go ...
4 The hospital isn't clean

s 1 to see animáis? zoo


5 My school is difficult!

o 2 to see paintings?
3 when they are ill?
4 to sleep for the night?
6 The market is
However:
7 The streets are safe
crowded.

to ride a
5 to borrow books?
bike to school.
6 to see interesting oíd things?
8 The swimming pool is big
7 to book a holiday?
(and cheap ) for me.
8 for information about the
4 O Complete the second sentence
place they are visiting?
<0 9 to buy fresh fruit or other
so that it has the same meaning as the
first. Use the w o r d in capitals and too or
things? enough.
10 to see a play?
Homework Describe \)Our school.
2 8S C o m p l e t e the text with one letter in
each space. Our school

1 1 Our school ls too small. Bl&>


My parents went to the t r a v e l a_ g e n i to
Our school isn't big enouah.
book a holiday to Bruges in Belgium. Dad
2 The tests are. too difücult. ¿A$Y
2
went to the p e t r o l s t for
The tests
petrol and Mum went to the
3 The lessons O-re too lonq. SHOÍcT
3
I r r to borrow some books
The lessons
about the city.
Y The homework. ism't interesting enouqh.
4
Their h I was near the town
5
BOdlNCo
h I . Dad was worried about high
The homework
prices so they stopped at a shopping
5 The classrooms aren't warm enough.
6
c t outside Bruges and bought
COLO
some food. Dad got some maps from a
7
The classrooms
1 u s information centre.
and l'm not oíd enoucjh to lecu/e!
On the second day, Dad lost his wallet. They
8
ÍOUNG
went to the pólice s t and
... and l'm
someone brought the wallet in while they
were there.

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6a
5 i t l Use the prompts to write sentences. Grammar summary
Too + adjective (+ infinitive) and
not + adjective + enough (+ infinitive)
Too + adjective (+ infinitive)
It's too far to walk.
l'm too tired to go out.
a) It/expensive/buy
We're too late to see the film.
It's too expensive to buy. (Not) + adjective + enough (+ infinitive)
b) l/not rich/buy/it My room is big enough for me.
My computer isn't fast enough to play games on.
My room isn't tidy enough for my mum!

• We use too + adjective to say that there is more than


a) It/not modern/play games on we need or want. It explains what the problem is.
The shopping centre is too crowded.
My room is too small.
b) It/old/play games on
• We use not + adjective + enough to say that there
is less than we need or want. It explains what the
problem is.
There isn't enough space in my bag.
There aren't enough buses.
• We use adjective + enough to say that there is no
problem.
a) l/tall/sleep on this The swimming pool was big enough.
I worked hard enough to pass my exams.

b) It/not long/sleep on Common mistakes


The bed wasn't enough comfortable. X
The bed wasn 't comfortable enough. /

a) It/difficult/do

b) l/not clever/do this

a) l/not hungry/eat all that

b) It/big/eat

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6b When's he arriving?
Phrases 3 _ J B Complete the words with one letter in
each space.
Complete the dialogue with the words
from the box. 1 It's like 1 and 3 in Exercise 2
M r WtiiffiltfWfflITif 'H * " • ¡irffi ntli irhlVaftrrtítiy v
• believe • with • bit • me • don't 2 It's like 2 in Exercise 2 but bigger.
• complicated • luck • remind
t _ r k_
3 It's like 5 in Exercise 2 but much bigger.
A: So. do you remember our holiday plans?
1 2
B: E r . . . Remind again. We're
4 It's like a bus, but you can go further on it.
taking the ferry to France, right?
o c
3 4
A: 1 it! We decided
5 It's a bit like a bus and a bit like a train.
to go by plañe - about three months ago.
ra
B:Oh, right. Did we? Why?
6 You fly in it.
5 6
A: Well, it's a _ _ _ _ _ but,
_ l e
basically, the ferry arrives too late for the train
and the plañe is actually slightly cheaper. We Grammar: Present continuous for future
get to the airport at five o'clock in the evening arrangements
and, 7
a bit o f 8
, we'll ~ — Complete the text with the correct form

catch the 6.25 train to Nice. of the verbs in brackets.

B: Oh, now I remember. Dave told me. You get Dear Sam,
1
seasick. That's why it all changed! Here are our holiday plans. We 're taking (take)
the train to the airport at five past five on
Vocabulary: Transport 2
Monday afternoon. W e (stay)
2 Label the pictures. at an airport hotel on Monday night because we
3
(fly) to Málaga very early in the

morning.
4
On Wednesday w e (take)
5
a day trip to Tangier. The next day, Ben
(go) whale watching. l'm going
to relax in a café. We haven't got any plans for
6
the rest of the week. We . (return)
on Sunday at 12.35 and on Sunday evening, we
7
(go) to the theatre with Jo and

f Katy!
h
See you when we get back.
Lucy
5 GCD U s e the prompts to write questions and Grammar summary
answers. Then complete the diary entry below.
Present continuous for future
1 What/you/do/on Monday afternoon? arrangements
l/go/to the dentist Affirmative Negative
What are you doing on Monday afternoon? l'm meeting Jane on l'm not having a party
Tuesday. this year.
l'm going to the dentist.
You're leaving You aren't staying in
2 you/meet/Sam on Tuesday?
tomorrow. London on Saturday.
X l/meet/Jane on Tuesday He's/She's/lt's arriving He/She/lt isn't leaving
this evening. at seven.
We're/They're having a We/They aren't having
party on Friday. a test tomorrow.
Questions Short answers
3 When/play/tennis/with Louisa? Yes, I am.
Are you meeting your
l/not/play/tennis with Louisa. l/play/golf with friends later? No, l'm not.
Is she getting her hair Yes, she is.
her on Wednesday
cut tomorrow? No, she isn't.
Are they eating out on Yes, they are.
Saturday? No, they aren't.

Wh- questions
4 you/have/a party on Thursday? What are you doing this weekend?
X l/have/a party on Friday. My grandparents/ How long is he staying with you?

visit/us on Thursday

Usage
• We use the present continuous to talk about the future
when there is an arrangement. usually with someone
else.
l'm meeting Tom later.
5 you/go/on holiday at the weekend?
• Sometimes, it is possible to use either the present
/ I /leave/on Saturday. l/stay/in London on continuous or going to. The more definite the
Saturday night then/l/fly/to Greece on Sunday arrangement, the more natural it is to use the present
morning continuous.
We're going to meet outside the cinema.
We're meeting outside the cinema.

Form
• We often use a future time expression with the present
continuous to make it clear that we aren't talking
about now.
MONDAY l dentist - p.m. l'm having a party next week.
We're leaving in the morning.
TUESDAY 1
Common mistakes
WEDNESDAY b • We can't use the present continuous to make future
predictions.
THURSDAY 4 It's raining later. X
It's going to rain later. /
FRIDAY

SATURDAY L e a v e - to

SUNDAY 7 - a.rr\.
6c l'd like a green salad, please.
3 COI Complete the dialogues with the correct
Vocabulary: Restaurant food form of like or would like.
1 __ü Complete the menú with one letter in A: Excuse me. Could I ask you some questions
each gap.
about your favourite

M e n ú foods?
B: Yes, of course.
1
A: Thank y o u . (you/like) _p_
you like fish?
2
B : (/) . I love it.
3
A: What desserts (you/like) ?
4
B: 1 (X like) desserts. I never eat
5
them. My brother (like) ice
6
cream. H e (X like) vegetables or
salad, but he loves sweet things.
A: Thank you.

Waiter: Good afternoon.


7
What (you/like)
?

Grammar: Like and would like Woman: Er (like)


chicken
2 Choose the correct questions or
answers. curry, please.
Waiter: 9
(you/like) _ any rice?
1 What food do you like?
Woman: 1 0
(/) but not white rice,
(a)) I like fast food. b) l'd like a steak, please.
1 11
(like) brown rice and a
2 Do you like cheese?
green salad, please.
a) No, I wouldn't. b) No, I don't
3 a) Would you like some cake? 4 O Complete the questions.

b) Do you like cake? 1 A: Would vou like a drink?


No, thank you. l'm not hungry. B: Yes, please. Water, please.
4 Would you like a dessert? 2 A: your mum curry?
a) No, thank you. b) Yes, I do. B: No, she doesn't. She hates it.
5 What would you like for dessert? 3 A: your son an ice cream?
a) Cheesecake, please. B: Yes, please, but just a small one.
b) Ice cream, apple pie, cheesecake. I like 4 A: What you for dinner?
everything! B: Meat or fish or sometimes some pasta with
6 Are you ready to order? cheese.
a) Yes, I like the chicken. 5 A: you to go to the cinema this
b) Yes, l'd like the chicken. evening?
7 a) Would you like some cola? B: No, l'm a bit tired today.
b) Do you like cola? 6 A: Where you to go this
No, just some water, thank you. afternoon?
B: Can we go to the park? That would be great.
6c
Use your English Order food in a Grammar summary
restaurant
Like and would like
5 O Complete the first part of the dialogue Like: Affirmative Negative
with the words from the box.
I like fish. They don't like curry.
He likes cheese. She doesn't like cola.
Questions Short answers
Do you like tomatoes? Yes, we do.
Does she like No. we don't.
cheesecake? Yes, she does.
No, she doesn't
Wouid like
l'd like steak.
Questions Short answers
Would you like a drink? Yes. we would.
• have • can • order • too • me
No, we wouldn't.
• anything • for • like • else
Wh- Questions
What would you like to drink?
A: Good evening. Are you ready to 1
order?
B: Yes, we are. l ' d 2
a steak, please. Mofe
C: A chicken curry f o r 3
, please. Usage
• We use like (+ verb + -ing) to talk about things we like
A: Anything 4
?
and which are always true.
B: I'll 5
a green salad, please.
/ like kebabs.
C: M e 6
please. I like eating out.
A: Would you like 7
to drink? • We use would like (+ to + infinitive) to talk about our
preferences at this time.
B: 8
I have a lemonade, please?
l'd like steak, please.
C: A mineral w a t e r 9
me, please.
l'd like to go home now.
6 _ _ Í Complete the rest of the dialogue with We use Would + subject + like (+ to + infinitive) to
one word in each gap. offer something to somebody or invite somebody to do
something.
Would you like a drink?
Would you like to go swimming?

Form
Like is a normal verb. We use the auxiliary do to form
questions and negatives. We add -s to the third person
singular in the present simple.
Do you like cheese?
B: Thank you, that was lovely. My mum likes mushrooms.
A: Wou/d you like some dessert?
1
To make negatives with would like, we add n't (not) to
B: N 2
for me, thanks. Would you would.
3
You wouldn't like to go climbing.
1 anything?
To form questions, we reverse the order of the subject
C: Yes, please. l'd like some cheesecake, please. and would.
A: A 4
else? Coffee? You would like to order now.
B: No, that's f 5
, thanks. Can we Would you like to order now?
6
have t h e b , please?
A: Certainly. Here you are.

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6 Language round-up
1 Match the beginnings (1-9) to the endings 3 Rearrange the letters to make four words for
(a-¡). each heading.

1 We're going to the a) station. Places in town Transport Restaurant food


shopping museum
- b ) centre.
2 This is the new town
O gallery.
3 We can book a holiday at
the travel d) pie and cream.
4 Don't drive too fast past • usmmeu • ibinsum • hateret • npsraw
e) salad.
the pólice • slegana • avarnac • toscreo • seeacckeeh
0 bread.
5 l'd like a chicken • ribyarl • oplashti • iloviar • tophilrece
6 I'll have the green g) agent. .../11
7 l'd like some apple 4 U s e the prompts to complete the dialogue.
h) curry.
8 Let's have some garlic
A: What/you/like/do/tomorrow?
i) hall.
9 I love looking round the art
1 What would vou like to do tomorrow?
.../8 B: l/like/go/to the theatre. We can walk there.

2 Complete the text with the words from the 2 We can walk there.
box. A: It/far/walk
3
• ttke • would • meat • going • big B: OK, we can get a taxi.
• likes • having • too • desserts
A: l/not/rich/pay/for a taxi!
• expensive • orders • enough • salad
4

1
B: We can ask your dad to take us.
l'd like to have a meal and a disco for my
2
A: He/work/tomorrow afternoon
birthday,' I said. Our house i s small
3 5
and it wasn't s p e c i a l for me. The
4 Any way, l/not/like/go/to the theatre
local hotel was too , but the Italian
5 6 :
restaurant was enough for all my
B: Don't you?
friends and cheap.
6 A: No. Today, l/like/visit/the art gallery
Mum chose the food. S h e doing
7 7 No.
things like that. She chose lots o f
8 B: OK. you/like/meet/for lunch first?
like kebabs, s i d e of tomato
9 10 8 OK.
and some g r e a t like
A: Where? The tapas bar?
cheesecake.
11 B: No. It/always/crowded/find/a table
I wrote the invitations: 'Hi, l'm
,h 12 9 No.
a party on 2 6 J u n e , you like to
13 A: We can go to the Metro Bar.
come?' We're to the restaurant
B: Great. Their sandwiches/tasty/for me!
now to get everything ready. I hope it's a good
10 Great.
night.
.../9
.../12

n (7)

Total
LISTEN AND C H E C K YOUR S C O R E

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6 Skills practice
SKILLS FOCUS: READING, LISTENING AND WRITING

Read "Listen

1 Read the texts and answer N (Natasha), .:St Listen to the dialogue. What is the
M (Mick) or J (Julia). problem?

Who... a) Rick doesn't know when the party is.


1 would like to live in a different place? b) Beth doesn't want to go to his party.
2 doesn't often go out in the evening? c) Beth is too busy to go to his party.
3 can go to the theatre without spending 3 Listen again and complete the summary.
much money? 1
Rick's party is on Frida.. but Beth is going to
4 spends two weeks' money on one trip to 2
for the weekend. Next Friday,
the cinema? 3
Beth is going to the with her aunt.
5 doesn't think their park is dangerous?
After that, she is going to spend two days with
6 talks about a place for teenagers to go 4
her . Beth has French classes on
which isn't open now? 5
Mondays and and, on Thursdays.
6
she p l a y s Next Tuesday the
7
club are having a meeting. Beth
I don't like living here. The theatre has cheap tickets and Rick arrange to go out for a 8
on
for students and there is a free art gallery, but I 9
Sunday evening a t o'clock.
don't often go out in the evenings. The streets are
too dark and the buses are too empty. I think it's
Write
quite dangerous to go out after dark.
Natasha 4 You and your friend went out for a meal at a
restaurant. You left your phone there and, the
next morning, a waiter from the restaurant
returned it to you. Complete the thank you
note to the manager.
It's not the best town in the world for teenagers.
Cinema tickets are too expensive. I get £5 a week
from my parents and a ticket for the cinema costs Dear Sir,
£6. With bus tickets and popcorn it's £10 or more. 1
My n ame is Filip Castro. 1 w 2

My friends and I usually meet in the park. It's safe 3


your restaurant 1 night and, at the
enough and free.
Mick end of the evening, I accidentally
4
1 my phone there. This morning,
5
a waiter from your restaurant c to
my home with the phone. It was very
The youth club closed a few years ago. Now there's 6
k of him to bring it. l'd
just one cinema and a big shopping centre. There 7
1 to thank you and him for your
are sometimes fights because teenagers are bored.
l'd love to live in an exciting city like London, but help.
my parents like it here because it's clean and The m 8
was delicious and I will
houses are cheap.
Julia definitely come back to your restaurant soon.
\ Thank you again.
7a Have you ever been to Canadá?
Vocabulary: Holiday activities Grammar: Present perfect simple
with ever and never
1 WJB Rearrange the letters to make holiday
activities. 3 Write the past participle of the
verbs. Circle the verbs which are the same
ln the mountains
in the past simple and the present perfect.
1 g/l/n/i/c/i/b/m
11put] put 9 give
climbina
T3K 2 have 10 come
2n/o/a/n/m/u/t/i n/k/i/b/i/g
3 swim 11 drive
4 meet 12 sleep
3 i/i/g/n/k/s
5 speak 13 fly

3 4 g/r/o/a/n/b/n/s/w/o/i/d
6 eat 14 do

IL 7 break
8 take
15 see

ln the sea

O 5 g/w/n/m/i/i/s/m
4 IB Complete the sentences with the
correct past participles from Exercise 3.

1 Have you ever done the ironing?

6 n/n/i/i/f/d/w/s/r/u/g 2 l've never a car.

3 Have you ever to someone

3 7
On the beach
h/n/i/t/n/b/g/u/s/a

8a/h/e/c/b I/ a / o / b / I/ v / I/ y / e / I
on Skype?
4 Have you ever
5 l've never curry.
the Pyramids?

6 Has your dad ever _ a plañe?

7 My mum has never in an


ln the town
ocean.
9 g/h/n/o/8/i/p/p
8 Have you ever a photograph

10 s/t/g/e/i/e/h/g/s/i/n of a famous person?

Grammar: The definite article with


places
2 WiM Complete the text with the or - .

I love looking at travel m a g a z i n e s a n d


w e b s i t e s a n d Tve n o w g o t a list of p l a c e s
I w a n t t o visit w h e n I get older.

The USA. I want to see 2


Los Sahara Desert and ride on
Angeles and New York. I want to a camel. I want to go on a boat ride on
8
go t o 4
. Rocky Mountains and go on River Nile and I want to swim
a boat trip along 5
Mississippi River in Red Sea and look at the fish.
... and there are lots of other places I want to Canary Islands. I want to
go to as well. swim in " Atlantic Ocean and
6
Africa. I want to see see the black sand on Lanzarote.

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5 S 9 U s e the prompts to write sentences. Grammar summary
1 My dad/go to Paris / / b u t / c l i m b the Eiffel Tower X The definite article with places
My dad has been to París, but he's never climbed The USA
the Eiffel Tower. The River Nile
The Himalayas
2 l/go/to Spain / / b u t / s w i m / i n the Mediterranean X
The Red Sea
The Faroe Islands
The Sahara Desert

3 My parents/eat/Chinese food / / b u t / v i s i t China X

• We use the definite article to talk about plural


countries, groups of mountains. rivers. seas,
4 My aunt/go/to the mountains / / b u t / g o skiing X oceans, groups of islands and deserts. We do not
use it with singular countries. individual mountains
or islands or lakes.
The USA but NOT The England
5 My friends/ride/a motorbike / / b u t / d r i v e a car X
Tne Himalayas but NOT The Everest
The Canary Islands but NOT The Lanzarote
The River Nile but NOT The Lake Victoria

6 My teacher/do/lots of interesting things / / b u t /


she/see/a horror film X Present perfect simple with ever and
never
l've (have) never been to America.
He's (has) never eaten lasagne.
6 I t t l U s e the prompts to write questions and Have you ever f o r g o t t e n somebody's birthday?
answers. Yes, I have./No, I haven't.
Has she ever seen Niágara Falls?
1 you/ever/eat/a full English breakfast? /
Yes, she has./No, she hasn't.
Have you ever eaten a full English breakfast?
Yes. I have. Mote
2 your dad/ever/play/beach volleyball? X Usage
• We use the present perfect simple with ever and
neverXo talk about things that have or haven't
happened in our lives.
3 you/ever/go/to the British Museum? X
/ have never been to Italy (in my Ufe)

Form
• To form the present perfect simple we use have/has
4 your mum/ever/ride/a mountain bike? / + past participle.
/ stopped. I have stopped.
• To form questions, we reverse the order of have/
has and the subject.
5 your grandparents/ever/write/an email? / You have finished. Have you finished?
• We write never between have/has and the past
participle.
/ have never failed an exam.
6 your sister/ever/break/her arm?
• We write ever in questions between the subject and
X/but/she/break/her leg twice the past participle.
Have you ever driven a car?
7b It hasn't arrived yet
Phrases 3 ( 3 9 Choose the correct options.

1 i Ü ¡ | Complete the dialogue with one word ¡n 1 Don't stand up. The plañe hasn't stopped |yet)/
each gap.
already / just.
A: Have you finished your homework yet? 2 I don't want to go to bed. The match hasn't
•ÍT
finished already / just / yet.
B: Er... nearly.
1
3 'You look tired.' 'I am. l've already / j u s t / yet
A: You mean you haven't started yet. Hurry up.
got back from Australia.'
We can't go out until you've finished. Honestly,
4 Have you read the email I sent you already /
it's always the same. You never do your
yet/just?
homework when Mum tells you to.
2
5 'Sir, what exercise do you want us to do?' 'l've
B: C d . We've got all
j u s t / yet / already told you three times.'
day. We can go out this afternoon.
3 6 Has Helen phoned yet / already / just?
A: Yes, but t h e 1 is that it's going to
rain this afternoon. 4 líi C o m p l e t e the email with the phrases
f r o m t h e box.
B: Really? Does Mum know? l'm sure I can do my
4
homework later. What do you r ?
A: No, way! She's already told you to finish your
homework three times. She isn't going to
change her mind now.

Grammar: Present perfect with just,


already and yet
2 O Rewrite the underhned sentences with
the w o r d s in capitals.

1 A: You're brown. • hasn't told • 've already done • haven't sent


B: I know. l've come back from Greece. JUST • has just come • 've already paid
• have swum • haven't tried
l've just come back from Greece.
2 A: Can you tell me the answer to number two?
Hi Sara,
B: l've told you the answer. You weren't
1
l'm in Sennen in Cornwall. It's great h e r e . WeVe
listening. ALREADY
already done lots of things.
2
We in the sea every day, but
3 A: Let's go. B: We can't. Jason isn't here. YET
3
1 surfing yet. l'm going to
4
have a lesson tomorrow. 1 so
4 A: Rob, l've heard the news about your
I hope it doesn't rain tomorrow!
accident. Are you alright? JUST
5
Dad into the living room of
our cottage. He wants to use the computer. Don't
5 A: Has Tom given vou your phone back?
6
worry, h e me to stop using it
B: No, he hasn't. YET
yet - he's making a cup of coffee first. I
7
any postcards yet, but l'm
6 A: Quick! I don't want to miss the start of the
going to buy some tomorrow.
film.
See you soon.
B: You've missed it. ALREADY
Meg
5 GEb Use the prompts to complete the Grammar summary
dialogues. Use just, already or yet.
Present perfect with just, already
1 A: The new James Bond film is great. I love the and yet
bit where ... l've just got home.
B: Don't tell me. (l/not/see it) / haven 't seen it He's just left.
They've already done the washing-up.
She's already arrived in the USA.
2 A: Do you want to see my holiday photos? I haven't talked to her yet.
B: No, thanks. (l/see/them twice!) It hasn't started yet
Have you finished yet?
Has he asked you out yet?
3 A: What's wrong with you?
B: (l/see/an alien!) Note
Usage
4 A: What did I get in my test, sir? • We use the present perfect simple with just to talk
about something that happened a very short time ago.
B: (l/not/look/at them)
We've just finished dinner.
• We use the present perfect simple with already to
l've been very busy. emphasise that something has happened before now.
5 A: (you/finish/Exercise 1 ,/Paul?) l've already done the washing-up.
• We use the present perfect simple with yet in
questions and negatives to mean up to now.
B: Not yet, sir.
Have you sent that email yet?
He hasn't fallen asleep yet.
Use your English: Exclamations
Form
6 Choose the correct response. • We put just between the auxiliary verb have/has and
1 Steve remembered to bring all his books to the past participle.
He has just phoned.
school today.
• We put already between the auxiliary verb have/has
(a^ What a surprise! b) That's a pity!
and the past participle.
c) How horrible! / have already seen this film.
2 l've passed all my exams. • We put yet at the end of questions and negatives.
/ haven 't had a shower yet.
a) How weird! b) That's great!
Has Mark eaten his lunch yet?
c) What a nightmare!
Common mistakes
3 My parents say I can't go out for three weeks.
He's left already X
a) What a nightmare! b) That's odd! He's already left. /
c) How nice!
4 Joe doesn't want to go out with me.
a) What a fantastic idea! b) That's a shame!
c) That's good!
5 Our teacher left the classroom in the middle of
the lesson.

a) That's a shame! b) What a nightmare!


c) How strange!
6 My parents gave me a new laptop.
a) That's incredible! b) That's a shame!
c) How disgusting!

7c He sang a rock song.


Vocabulary: Types of music
3 iái Complete the texts with the verbs from
Rearrange the letters to make the types the box.
of music.

Elvis P r e s l e y
MUSIC SURVEY:
Write your musical likes and dislikes below.
Likes Dislikes
1 opp 8 zajz
POP
2 par 9 atLni

3 eergag 10 kofl

4 okrc 11 ousl
roe V-
5 eohtcn 12 Icaascisl

6 ihp-pho 13 rtocuny and nsrteew


12th May
7 yveha emita 730 p.m.

• started (x2) • has been • have seen


Grammar: Past simple and present • sote) • has sung • has played
perfect simple • saw • was • made • haven't been
• has sold • has appeared • played
2 H Complete the sentences with the correct
form of the verbs in brackets.
1
Elvis Presley started his career in 1954 and
1 I (go) have been to America three times.
2
• a singer until he died in 1977.
2 I (go) to Spain last year.
3
ln that time h e millions of
3 (you ever meet) any famous
4
records all over the world. H e
people?
5
thirty-three films and concerts
4 (you meet) any nice people when
for his fans, but only in the USA and Canadá.
you were tn England?
6
My mum him in concert three
5 Where (Mark go) yesterday?
7
times and she to his house in
6 Where (Mark go) ? I can't find him.
Memphis twice.
7 I (just finish) my homework.
8 I (finish) my homework two Justin Bieber _ 6
singing in 2008.
minutes ago. He 9
jWffi^' some good songs and he
9 Rachel (send) me two emails 10 over fifteen million CDs and
yesterday. music down load s. H e 1 1
concerts
10 Rachel (send) two emails so far all over the world and he 12

this morning. in films and televisión programmes. I


11 I (not do) my homework last week. 1 3
him in concert twice, but I
12 I (not do) my homework yet. 14 to his house yet!

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4 iüi U s e the prompts to complete the Grammar summary
dialogues.
Past simple and present perfect simple
1 A: you/ever/go/to a music festival?
1

l've seen this film.


Have you ever been to a music festival? I s a w this film last week.
2
B: X but l/go/to a pop concert He's been to the USA.
He went to the USA two years ago.
l've never eaten Chínese food.
I didn't eat Chínese food when I was in Hong Kong.
A: Really? When? He hasn't done his homework yet.
3
B: l/see/Robbie Williams last year He didn't do his homework yesterday.
Have you ever ridden a camel?
Did you ride a camel when you were in Egypt?
A: you/enjoy it?
4

Has she ever had a job?


Did she have a job last summer?

B: V It/be/great
M¿>+e
Usage
2 A: your brother's band/make/any CDs?
6

• We use the past simple with a past time expression to


talk about something that started and finished in the
past. The time period has finished.
7 We went out last Friday
B: X Not yet.
• We use the present perfect simple when the time
period is unfinished or with time expressions such as
A: they/play/any concerts?
8

just, already, yet.


l've never seen this film, (in my Ufe)

B: V They/play/last night We've been to the USA. (at some time in our Ufe)
They've just finished the washing-up.
• Some time expressions may be finished or unfinished
depending on when we use them.
A: Really? 10
you/go? / had French this morning. (It is now the afternoon or
evening.)
11
Tve had three lessons this morning. (It is still the
B: / but they/not/be/very good
morning.)

Common mistakes
3 A: 1 2
your parents/ever/go/to a rock concert?
Did you ever go to the USA ? X
Have you ever been to the USA ? /
What have you done yesterday? X
1 3
What did you do yesterday? /
B: / They/go/to a lot/when they/be/younger

A: Really?
14
B: Yes. They/see/U2 in 1990

A: they/enjoy it?
15

1 6
B: X
7 Language round-up
Match the beginnings (1-10) to the endings 3 Write the words in capitals in the correct
(a-j) places.

1 Have you ever a) arrived. 1 MOUNTAIN JUST WENT THE


just the went mountain
2 l've never b) Canadá. l'vegot back from-AIps. Iclimbing and/biking.
3 Bob has just c) yet. It was incredible.
4 I haven't finished d) USA. 2 GO NEVER REGGAE THE
5 Have you started e) last night? l've been to Caribbean. It's too expensive for
6 We arrived f) seen a dolphin? me. l'd like to swimming and listen to music.
7 My dad's been to the g) out. 3 EVER BEEN WENT THE
8 My mum has never h) yet? Have you seen River Nile? My dad to Egypt ten
been to i) ten minutes years ago, but l've never there.
9 Did you enjoy the ago. 4 THE ALREADY THE
concert j) been here When we went to USA, we swam in Pacific
10 My mum's gone before. Ocean near Los Angeles. I loved it. l've started

.../9 planning next year's holiday!


..711
2 Complete the dialogue w i t h the correct f o r m of
the verbs f r o m the box or never, yet, already, 4 Complete the text w i t h one w o r d in each space.
just.
Dear Grandma and Grandpa,
1
We've been here in France for a week now.
r. write (x2) • be • do (x3) • Have 2
We're staying in a campsite n e a r
3
Loire River. It's beautiful. Have y o u
Erin: Are you ready to go out?
1 2
been here? You'd like it.
Tricia: I haven't had d i n n e r _ because
The people in the next tent are very noisy. They
!%
' ve
#£» 3 got back from school. 4

4
play h e a v y music all evening. Dad
There _ a basketball match. 5

5
wants to play his country and CDs
Erin: you play well? 6
very loudly, but he hasn't done i t . .
Tricia: I was OK, but we aren't very good. We've
(Mum says he can't!)
6
won a game. It was 14-58 7
Yesterday, we to a town on
today! Anyway, I can't go out. I haven't 8

7
Atlantic Ocean and I went
my homework yet. Our English 9

8
windsuríing. l've tried it before so it
teacher has given us three
was difficult.
pages of exercises to do. Haven't you got any
Mum and Dad have 10
shopping, but
homework?
9 1 0
they'll be back soon.
Erin: l've done it. 1
Hope all is well.
it at lunch time. Phone me when you've
Love,
finished. I can write some emails. Natalie
Josh
11
to me last week and I haven't
./9
back to her yet
Tricia: OK. See you later. (^) LISTEN AND C H E C K YOUR S C O R E

, .../11 Total .../40

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7 Skills practice
SKILLS FOCUS: READING AND WRITING

Read
Rea the text. Why is Masbat popular with
Read Complete the invitation with the extra
young people?

Most people • A They've got a great house near the 3e


• B My aunt is a great cook. • C It isn't f
who want to visit
• D They've got a few animáis.
the Red Sea go • E He worked on a ferry for ten years.
to the resorts
of Hurghada or
Sharm el-Sheikh.
Another place which is less well-known is Dahab, Dear Clara,
We're going to the Isle of Wight next weekenc
north of Sharm el-Sheikh. There are three parts
My cousins live there. 1 A Would you like to
to Dahab. Masbat is a Bedouin village which come with us?
has always been popular with young people We're going to drive to Portsmouth. 2
Then we get the ferry to the Isle of Wight. It's
who want a cheap holiday in the sun. It's a very
small, but it doesn't matter. It only takes twenty
relaxing place with a beach and the cafés play minutes to get there from Portsmouth.
rock and reggae music. Mashraba is where the My aunt and únele live on a farm. 3 I love
going there because I like helping my únele.
hotels are and where richer people stay. Medina
They've also got a boat. My únele knows a
is a great place for windsurfing. lot about the sea. 4 Oh, and the food is
One reason for coming to Dahab is the Blue Hole. delicious. 5
So, do you want to come? Phone me or send me
This is a great place to see fish and go diving, but
an email.
it is also very dangerous. The Hole is 130 metres
Belinda
deep and, 52 metres below the surface, there is
v J
a 26 metre long tunnel. The problem is that it is
4 Write an invitation. Use the ideas below.
dangerous for inexperienced divers to go more
than 40 metres down, but a lot of people want to A school friend is having a party on Friday. Write

reach the tunnel to see what it is like. an invitation to your neighbour.


• Say who the school friend is - add extra
Read the text again and match the places
from the box to the descriptions (1-4). information about his/her character.
• Say what time it starts and finishes - add extra

c • Mashraba Hurghada • the Blue Hole


• Masbat • Sharm el-Sheikh
information about how you are planning to get
there.

• Say where the school friend lives - add extra


1 Two popular Red Sea holiday resorts. information about his/her house.
Hurghada • Tell your friend what you are going to wear -
2 A Bedouin village. add extra information about when and where
3 The part of Dahab where there are hotels. you bought the clothes.

4 A place where people go diving.


8a If I go to a café ...
Vocabulary: Personality adjectives Grammar: Zero conditional with if
Complete the adjectives with one 3 S Ü Ü Complete the sentences with the
letter in each space. correct form of the verbs in brackets.

1 Chris always does well at school. He is 1 If we (have) have a test, our teacher always
very Qte_ye_c. (watch) watches us carefully!
2 Beth always tells people what to do. She's 2 If I (not get) up at seven
\
quite b s . o'clock, my mum (get) very

3 Lisa never does much work. She's angry.

I y- 3 If my mum (work) late, my

4 Frank always smiles and says helio. He's dad (cook) . dinner.

nice and f n y. 4 If we (talk) in class, our

5 Meg never gives her friends presents. teacher (give) us extra

She's quite m n. homework.

6 Fiona always makes us laugh. She's so 5 If I (not feel) _ well, my mum

f y- (give) me an onion and sugar

7 Steve finds it hard to talk to people. He's drink.


very h . 6 If my brother (not understand)
8 Brian thinks he's better than anyone else. his homework, he always (ask)
He's too i -h d d. me for help.

" Complete the crossword. 4 WUB Use the prompts to complete the
questions.

1 (What/your mum/do) What does your mum


dg_ if you get bad marks from school?
2 (What music/you/listen to)
if you are sad?
3 (Who/you/talk to)
if you have problems?
4 (What/your dad/say)
if you are late home?
5 (Where/you/go)
if you want to be alone?
Someone w h o . . .
6 (How/you/get to school)
1 always supports their friends is ...
if you miss the bus?
2 gives gifts to other people is ...
7 (What time/you/get up)
3 makes you feel slightly angry is ..
if you don't have school?
4 gives help to others is ...
8 (Where/you/stay)
5 behaves or speaks nicely is ...
if you are on holiday?
6 is the opposite of (5) is ...
7 doesn't say much is ...
8 is messy is ... ^ >
8a
5 f£¿M Look at the photos and complete the Grammar summary
sentences with the correct form of the verbs
Zero conditional with if
from the box.
If I finish my homework early, I usually surf the
internet.
• come • be (x3) • help (x2) • turn If my mum is late, she always phones us.
• take • flght • not know • lose • wear If I don't feel well, I go to bed.
If my dad is angry. he doesn't talk to us.
Questions Short answers
If it rains, do you go to Yes. I do.
school by car? No, I don't.
Wh- questions
What do you do if you are tired?
Where does your mum go if she has a night out
with her friends?

Usage
• We use the zero conditional to talk about the result of
a situation. The condition is always true.
If I am late for school, my teacher contacts my parents.
(This always happens when I am late for school.)

Form
• To form the zero conditional. we use //+ present
simple (action or situation) + present simple (result).
The //clause can come at the beginning or end of
the sentence. When it comes at the beginning of the
sentence, we put a comma after it.
If I have time in the evening. I phone my friends.
I phone my friends in the evening iflhave time.
i ~

1 If aliens come, he fights them.


2 If he the ring, people
he is there.
3 If he angry, he green.
4 If there a crime, he
the pólice.
5 If he his boat, he
different one.
6 If there dangerous spies, he
the goverment.

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8b Will Ufe be different?
V
Grammar: Will for future predicitons 3 IB Complete the text with the correct form
of the verbs from the box.
1 Sutf Use the prompts to complete the
sentences.
be (x2) • go • return • try • disappear
not listen • become • win • drive
I n fiffy yeafs'
not kill • attack • destroy • live
time Robots ...
1 cooK for us /
What will happen
will cook for us.
1 d e á n the floor / IN THE FUTURE?
3 do our homevor* X

A- drive cars X

5 f i d y our rooms y

6 teach us /

7 v/ear clothes /

8 do the x/ashing-up /

2 E3 U s e the prompts to write questions and


short answers.

In 2050 ...
1 children/go to school? /
Will children go to school? Yes, they will.
2 we/have flying cars? X

3 people/live in big cities? /

4 the world/be warmer? /

5 people/live on different planets? X

6 people/travel in space? /

7 people/eat meat? /

8 cars/use petrol? X
Vocabulary: The weather Grammar summary
4 WJD Complete the dialogues with one word in each gap. Will for future predicitons
Affirmative Negative
We will live in People won't go
A: What ¡s the weather like skyscrapers. to Mars.
There will be a We won't have
today?
lot of problems. robots.
B: Terrible. It's raining and it's
6A ó Questions Short answers
cold.
Will people use Yes, they will.
electricity? No, they won't.
Wh- questions
How many people will live on Earth?

A: See you later. What will we eat?

B: Drive carefully. It's very


Note
f outside.
Usage
• We use will to talk about things we
think or believe will happen in the
future.
A: Mummy, it's
People will live to 150 years oíd.
s . Can I go
Form
outside?
• ln affirmative and negative sentences,
B: Put a coat and hat on. It's we use will or won't + infinitive
f out there. without to.
You will get a good job.
I won't get married.
A: What was the weather • ln questions, we reverse the order of
the subject and the auxiliary verb will.
I in Spain?
We will go to the moon.
B: Brilliant! It was
Will we go to the moon?
s every day and • ln short answers, we don't repeat the
very h . main verb.
Will you leave England?
Yes, I will. NOT Yes, I will leave.
A: Is the sun Common mistakes
s today? Where I will live? X

;
so

* I Where will I live? /


B: No, it's c_
but it's quite w^
and at least it isn't raining.

3
0 -or
A: Put your hat on.
B: Why?
A: It's very w today.
8c If you take too long, Til
Phrases 3 CS Complete the text with the words from
the box.
1 Huí Complete the dialogue with one word in
each gap.
software • attachment • website
A: l'm here at last. l'm really sorry l'm late. Do you
password • virus • tabtet • downloaded
think we can still get tickets for the concert? • crashed • stick • opened • internet
1
B: Lef's hope so. You wait here. I'll go and see.
2
A: A I ? 1
My brother got a new tablet last week. He
B: No. They sold the last one five minutes ago. connected it to the 2
and set up
3
A: H a . l'm sorry I his email account. Then he got a strange email
wasn't here. Oh, why didn't I leave earlier? with an 3
. He 4
it and
4
B: J u s t f a it. Come on. got a 5
from it. His tablet
We've got £10 that we didn't spend on tickets. on the first day! Luckily, Dad
Let's go shopping. had some anti-virus on a memory
and he cleaned it. Then my brother
Vocabulary: Computer language 9
found a with free games. He
2 O U S Label the picture. 10
one and ... another virus!
11
Dad's put a on the tablet now so
my brother can't use it if my parents aren't there.

Grammar: First conditional with if


4 i U É Match the beginnings (1-6) to the
endings (a-h).

1 If you get a bad virus, x a) you won't


2 If you get a tablet, receive any.
3 If you don't want these b) l'll take it to the
photos, shop for you.
4 If you don't write any c) YOU WILL
emails, WRITE IN
5 If you use your ñame as CAPITAL
your password, LETTERS!
6 If your printer doesn't d) your computer
work, will crash.

1 \aptop 7 If you can't find your e) it won't be safe.

2 P charger, f) your phone

3 P 8 If you press the caps won't work.

4 s lock button on your g) it will be easy to

5 c keyboard, carry.

6 m. h) l'll delete them.

7 k_
8 m

68
8c

5 BS Use the p r o m p t s to complete the Grammar summary


dialogues.
First conditional with if
1
A : (What/you/do) What will vou do if If your computer g o e s wrong, I'll look at it for you.
2 If you send James an email, he'll write back to
(Paul/be/late) again?
you.
3
(you/wait) for him? If you d o n ' t clean your keyboard, it w o n ' t w o r k
4
B : (X) . 5
(If/he/be/late) properly.
6 If this virus checker d o e s n ' t w o r k , it w o n ' t
a g a i n , (I /phone/him)
remove the viruses. ,
and tell him to meet me
Questions Short answers
inside the cinema. Will you help me if I Yes, I will.
have any problems? No, I w o n ' t .

H
7
A : (Where/you/go) _ Wh- questions
8
(it/be/sunny) this Who will you ask if you need help with your new
9
w e e k e n d ? (you/go) to the phone?

beach?

Usage
1 0
(/)
11
(If it/be/warm enough) • We use the first conditional to talk about the result of a
12 likely future event or situation.
(l/go/swimming)
Ifit rains tomorrow (the likely situation), I'll stay in bed.
(the result)
Use your English: Describe and deal
with computer problems Form
• We form the first conditional with two clauses, the
6 O Complete the dialogues with one w o r d in //clause and the result clause. We use lf+ present
each space. simple + will + infinitive without to.
1
Ifyou are late, I'll wait in the café.
• When we use the //clause first, we sepárate the two
clauses with a comma. When we start with the result
clause, we don't use a comma.
If I see a cheap tablet. I'll buy it.
I'll buy a tablet if it is cheap.

Common mistakes
If we will drive, it will be quicker. X
1
A: Good morning. What's the problem? If we drive, it will be quicker. /
2
B: There's s o m e t h i n g w with my

tablet.
3
A: What's t h e m with it?
4
B: It d o e s n ' t w .
5
A: S I have a look at it?
6
B: Yes, please. T h a t w be great.

A: What's wrong, Shelley?

B: l've got a 7
p with my charger.

A: What's wrong w 8
it?

B: It doesn't charge my phone!


9
A: I'll 1 you my charger.
B: Thanks. That's really 10
k of you.
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8 Language round-up
1 Complete the sentences with the words from 3 Complete the text with the correct form of the
the box. words in brackets.
¿v-^rr • : , 1
When I woke up, it was (cloud) cloudy. so I
• tempered • working • headed • annoying switched on my computer. At first, there was no
• shining • going • email • internet • DVD 2
(connect) to the internet, but
• crashed • stick
later I received three emails. One had an
3
(attach) . I wanted to print it, but
1 My brother is really annoying.
4
m y (print) wasn't working.
2 The sun is .
5
My brother wasn't v e r y (help) .
3 My sister is quite big- .
6
He was looking for h i s (charge) .
4 My computer has just .
7
He's very (tidy) and he
5 My dad is often bad- .
can never find anything. He's also very
6 You need a memory .
8
(annoy) and says that l'm
7 My best friend is very easy-
9
(boss) .
8 I don't know how to burn this onto a
1C
It was (sun) after lunch, so I
11
went cycling. Later, it was (wind)
9 I spend a lot of time surfing the
and difficult to cycle. Then it started raining .
10 I think I am quite hard-
,/10
11 I want to attach a photo to this
..710 4 U s e the prompts to write questions and
answers.
2 Complete the sentences with the correct form
of the verbs in brackets. 1 What/you do/if it/be/sun/tomorrow?
If ¡t/be/sun/tomorrow/l/go/for a walk
1 I think you (be) will be interested in my family.
What will you do if it is sunny tomorrow?
2 If I have a problem, my mum always (help)
If it is sunnv tomorrow. I'll go for a walk.
H | me.
2 Where/we/go/if/it/rain/tomorrow?
3 If I do something wrong, she (not shout)
If/it rain/tomorrow/we/go/to a museum

4 If there (be) a problem, my dad


(not talk) _ about it.
3 What/weather/like/when/you/be/in London?
5 My brother is lazy. If my mum (not tell)
It/be/cold/and wind/but/it/not rain!
him to tidy his room or do his
homework, he (not do) it.
6 If you want to know more about us, I (tell)
4 If/it/snow/tomorrow/you/cycle to school?
you.
X lf/it/snow/tomorrow/l/go/by car
7 I (not have) much time in May
because we will have exams.
.../8
712

LISTEN AND C H E C K YOUR S C O R E

Total .../40

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8
8 Skills practice *> m
S K I L L S F O C U S : R E A D I N G , L I S T E N I N G AND W R I T I N G W~

Read Listen
1 Read the texts. What is each person's 3 Listen to the dialogue and number the
problem? things that Helen talks about in the correct
order.
1
2 a) Travelling

3 b) The food
c) Computers
d) The weather
Hi Joe,
l'm not enjoying my holiday. The internet e) Mum's problems
connection on the campsite is slow and my f) Free time
mobile phone doesn't work at all. Luckily
the weather isn't too bad, but I still don't like 1 3 V Listen again and answer the questions.
camping.
1 Where is Helen? ln Scotland.
Beth
2 Does she like the food?
3 Has she swum?
Hi Steve,
4 Has John sent her an email?
What a great hotel. We're near the beach and
the internet connection is amazing. That's lucky 5 When are they leaving?
because it hasn't stopped raining so we haven't 6 What has her mum broken?
been on the beach yet. I don't mind. I can watch
films and play games and the food is great! Write
5 Write a letter of thanks. Use the ideas below.

You were on holiday with your parents and you


met someone of your age there. He/She showed
Sorry I haven't emailed before, but this is the
first internet café Tve found. I brought my you some interesting places, took you to a club
new tablet, but there's no internet connection and introduced you to his/her friends. Now you
at our apartment. Did you get the text I sent?
are home, write a letter.
Why haven't you sent me a reply?
Leanne • Introduce the letter.
• Describe the journey back home.

Read the texts again and choose the correct • Thank the person for what they did for you and
options. say how much you enjoyed it.

1 There is no /(a slow)internet connection on • Say that you hope he/she wants to keep in

Beth's campsite. touch and you definitely will if they write back

2 Beth doesn't like the weather / camping. • Cióse the letter.

3 Jeff hasn't been to the beach because it is too


far / the weather is bad. Dear ....

4 Jeff is happy / upset with the holiday. H i , it's me, l'm the b o / q ¡ r l
y

5 Leanne is sending the email from an internet w a s on holiday in

café / her apartment.


6 Leanne is upset because Max hasn't sent her
an email / a text.

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9a Which ones are best?
Vocabulary: Clothes, accessories and styles Grammar: which + indefinite
pronoun one/ones
1 (ÉB C o m p l e t e the descriptions with one letter in
each space. 3 ÜM Complete the dialogues
with one or ones.
jffj Ben is wearing a 1
£> a § § & ñ tí
2 1 A: I like these jeans.
cap, a p n,
1
3 B: Which ones?
s v I top
7* A: The b l a c k 2
4
and b g y,
5 2 A: There are a lot of nice shirts
c k trousers.
here.

O B: I know. I don't know which


3
to buy.
Lucy has got a
A: These flowery 4

around her neck. She's wearing


are nice.

i a 7
m t, B: You're joking!

<
8
p t n dress and
3 A: I want to wear a hat today.
9
black 1 g s. 5
B: Which ? Your

baseball cap?

O) Melissa has got a 10


c u I
A: No, t h e
last summer.
6
bought

top on with a 1 1
p in the front 4 A: What are you doing?
12
and two p k s. She B: l'm throwing away some oíd
13
is wearing a b t around the clothes. It's difficult to know
7
top and 1 1 4
g t, which to throw
15 s _ _ t d trousers. away and which 8

to keep.
A: Are you going to throw this
Phrases sweater away?
2 flEB Complete the dialogues with the w o r d s from B: Which 9
?
the box. A: This patterned 10

!
i---.rr fnyrf*--- : have it if you don't want it.

Í • fortune
r • cost
• more
• style
• rubbish • tn • case

1 A: l've got an interview for a summer job.


B: ln that , wear your new jacket.
2 A: Why didn't you buy those shoes you liked?

B: They a !
3 A: Try this sweater on.
B: No. This one is my

4 A: I don't look good in red.


B: ! Red's perfect for you!

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9a
Use your English: Choosing clothes to Grammar summary
wear
Which + indefinite pronoun one/ones
4 WUB Complete the dialogues with one w o r d in Do you like this shirt?
each space. Which one?
1 A: Do you like my new shirt? The grey one.
Put your shoes on.
B: Yes, it \ooks good.
Which ones?
2 A: Do these trousers s me? The black ones.
B: No, they're t tight.
3 A: What shall I wear this top w ? Note

B: W don't you try it with these Usage


• We use indefinite pronouns to avoid repeating a noun.
black jeans?
Where's my hat? Which hat-one?
4 A: Which trainers do you p ? • We use one for singular countable nouns and ones for
B: I think these black ones are best. plural nouns.
5 A: -H do I look in this hat? That's my house? Which one?
l'm going to buy some jeans. Which ones?
B: You I fantastic.

B S C o m p l e t e the text w i t h the w o r d s f r o m


the box.

i
• too • don't • reckon • shall • prefer
• size • look • suit • ones • looks

A: I think I'll buy this shirt.


1
B: Let me see how i t looks.
2
A: So, what do you ? Does it
me?
4
B: No. It's the wrong It's
5
small.
A: But the colour is OK?
B: Yes, that's fine. Try a bigger one.
A: OK.
6
B: That's better. You great.
7
A: W h a t I wear with it?
B: Some light trousers.
8 9
A: Which do you
These or these?
B: I prefer the light grey ones. The brown ones
10
suit you.
A: OK, I'll get the shirt and the trousers. Thanks
•-"•fWijfcg ^tfit•¿•'•'-7 - - v* •
for your help.

73
9b You should go to bed.
Vocabulary: illness Grammar: Should/Shouldn't
1 WUÉ Match the problems to the pictures. Use the 3 US Give advice to each person.
correct pronoun.
1 A: l've got toothache.
B: ( / go) You should go to the dentist.
I le/She's got a headache. • He/She's got earache
C: (X eat) You shouldn't eat sweets.
He/She"s got stomachache. • He/She's got toothache.
He/She's got a temperature. • He/She's got a sore throat 2 A: l've got a temperature.

B: ( / go)
to bed.
C: (X have)
a bath.
3 A: l've got a sore throat.
B: (X eat)
ice cream.
1 She's got a headache. C: ( / take) _
some throat pastilles.
4 A: l've got stomachache.
B: (X eat)
fast food.
C: ( / lie)
down.
5 A: I feel sick.
B: ( / go)
to the bathroom.

C: (X go)
to school.
6 A: l've got a headache.
B: (X use)
your computer.
2 luí U s e the prompts and the correct words from the
box to write sentences. C: ( / take)
a painkiller.

ache • ... hurts • ... feel 7 A: l've got a cough.


B: ( / take)
1 l/tooth l've got toothache. some cough mixture.
2 My/ankle C: (X play)
3 l/sick football.
4 l/not/well 8 A: l've got earache.
5 l/head B: (/ phone)
6 My/wrist the doctor.
7 l/stomach C: (X put)

8 l/ill your finger in your ear!

9 My/arm
74
9b
4 líi U s e the prompts to complete the Grammar summary
dialogues.
Should/Shouldn't
Affirmative Negative
You should work He shouldn't go to
harder. school today.
We should leave soon. They shouldn't swim in
this weather.
Questions Short answers
Should I go to bed? Yes, you should.
No, you shouldn't.
Wh- questions
What should I wear?
Who should I talk to?

A: My friend is having a lot of problems at school.


No-re
1
-(What/l/do?) What should I do?
Usage
2
B : (You/talk) to • We use should/shouldn'tto give advice.
3
her. (She/tell) You should do more exercise.
4 You shouldn 't wear that shirt.
her parents and her teacher. (She/not/say)
things are OK and Form
• ln affirmative sentences. we use should + infinitive
hope that the problem will go away. It won't.
without to.
We should go by bus.
A: My friends are going to a concert on Friday.
5
• ln negative sentences, we use shouldn't + infinitive
My parents told me that I can't g o . (l/tell)
without to.
them l'm going to We shouldn 't stay out late.
the cinema, but go to the concert? • To make questions, we reverse the order of should and
6 7 the subject.
B : (X) . (You/not/lie)
/ should leave. Should I leave?
to your parents. It's
• ln short answers, we do not repeat the main verb.
wrong. Should I ask my mum?
Yes, you should. NOT Yes, you should ask.
A: l've got exams soon, but I like going
8
Common mistakes
out and meeting my friends. (l/stop)
What I should do? X
going out and stay at What should Ido? /
home studying? You shouldn't to be late. X
9 You shouldn't be late. /
B : (/) •
10
Exams are ¡mportant. (You/work)
hard and meet your
friends after the exams.

75
9c We have to make our beds.
Vocabulary: Household jobs Grammar: Have to/Don't have to
1 ÉDH Look at the picture and complete the 3 ÉQb Look at the information and complete
sentences. the text.

Jobs list: Jac* EUer\


T i d y room / /
L a y table / X
Empty dishwasher X /
A a K e breakfast X /
v / a s h car V X
A a * e bed /
.*.if.iiii ! f > ^ « , w j | i 9 : ' '

1
Jack and Ellen have to tidy their rooms every
2
Saturday. Jack the table every
3
day. Ellen the table, but she
the dishwasher. Jack
the dishwasher and he
7
breakfast. Ellen
8
breakfast. J a c k the car on
Sundays. Jack and Ellen their
beds every day before they go to school.

4fiÉSComplete the dialogue with the correct


form of have to or don't have to.
1
A: Hi Jack. What household jobs (you/do) do
vou have to do?
2
B : (l/tidy/room)
1 Harold ¡s doing the vacuuming. 3
every week and (l/make/bed)
2 Marjorie is doing the
every day.
3 Tom is doing the 4
A: (you/make/breakfast)
4 Emily is doing the
5 Sally is doing the
B: W 5
(My sister/do)
2 Ü2S Match the beginnings (1-7) to the 7
that, b u t (l/lay)
endings (a-g).
the table.
1 do ^ a) the dishwasher. A: 8
(you/do/washing-up)
2 make \ b)your room.
3 tidy c) the car. 9
B: (X) We've
4 lay d)the rubbish out. got a dishwasher. 10
(l/not/empty)
5 empty e) the shopping. that because my
6 take f) the table. sister does it. What about you? ' (you/do) 1

7 wash g)your bed. a lot of jobs in the


house?
12
A: (/)
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Grammar: Want to, want + object Grammar summary
pronoun + to
Have to/Don't have to
5 (£131 Rewrite the sentences with want. Affirmative Negative
1 have to get up at You don't have to go
Debbie, c a n you help me choose a dress for
6 a.m. home.
the prom? Thanks. Ellie
He has to cook dinner. She doesn't have to
1 Ellie wants Debbie to help her choose a dress for leave.

the prom. Questions Short answers


Do you have to do the Yes, 1 do.
Siwottj dbou\+ 9^«^9 swWwi*flffi *H\i.S ironing? No, 1 don't.
Sa*fwday? Na*Htf* Does he have to go to Yes, he does.
bed early? No, he doesn't.
2 Nathan
with him on Saturday.

Usage
tSef. Tfetizegef£or*\e r*\ífó oh your WAI/
• We use have/has to to say something is necessary.
/ have to make my bed.

3 Ed's parents • We use don 't/doesn t have to to say that something is


not necessary.
some milk on his way home.
/ don 't have to get up early

J a c k * W ü l . Meet u s outscde. the. c i e r n a Form


a t 7 pjrr\.

4 Emma and Cathy


Srrvmo. * d a t h y xxx
P • ln affirmative sentences, we use have/has to +
infinitive without to.
She has to do the shopping.
them outside the cinema at 7 p.m. • ln negative sentences, we use don't/doesn't + have to
+ infinitive without to
Class 6C. Please work quietly while I talk to a
We don 't have to leave yet.
parent.
• ln questions, we use Do/Does + subject + have to +
5 Class 6C's teacher infinitive without to.
Do you have to make your bed?
while she talks to a parent.

Mom, I'll óo -fine uto^hing-up, bel* c a n I Want io, want + object pronoun + to
no-f í&tj -fine -rabie? J e o n y r I want to go to sleep.
She wants me to help her.
6 Jenny the
washing-up, but she
Note
the table. Form
• We use want (+ object pronoun) + to + infinitive
/ want to listen to this CD.
I want them to listen.

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9 Language round-up
1 Complete the sentences with one word in 3 Write short answers.
each s p a c e .
1 Should I phone the doctor?
/ Yes, you should.
To do Itói* 2 Do you have to go to bed early?
1
Make my bed.
/
1
T -rhe rubbtsh oo+.
3 Does your mum want me to leave?
-rhe -rabie.
4
E -rhe dií»hioaí»her. X
5
U). -rhe car. 4 Should I take some cough mixture?
fc
D -rhe shopping.
X
Shopping l'tó-f 5 Does she look good in this hat?
ChemLs-r'í, /
Some-rhing for Mom'i Í> 7

6 Do your parents have to work at the weekend?


-rhroa-r
Some c 6
mix-rore X
Some-rhing for Jame^, tobo f 9
..710

4 Put the words in the correct order to make


Clo-tine^ shopping questions.
A neto baseball c 10

1 you/do/do/ironing/have/the/to
A cool T-^hirt - " o -rha-r
12 Do vou have to do the ironing?
doe-^'-r co^-r a f

2 which/prefer/one/you/do
.../11

2 Complete the text with the words from the 3 suit/this/does/me/shirt


box.

4 skirt/shall/this/what/with/wear/l
• ones (x£) • don't • prefer • to
• have • looked • too • size • style
• suit 5 dress/do/this/l/how/in/look

I bought some new trainers today. The 1


ones 6 wear/l/to/should/party/what/the
2
which I bought last year a r e small
for me now. l'm a 3
44! I tried some 7 should/much/l/how/mixture/cough/take
4
black trainers but they d i d n ' t me.
1 5
white 6
They are 8 the/sister/dishwasher/does/have/your/to/empty
7
more my ln the end I found some.
They 8
great and I really wanted 9 to/what/have/jobs/you/do/household/do
1 0
buy them. 1 have
to pay all the money now. I paid £10 and I 10 do/do/to/what/you/me/want
11
to pay £5 a month for a year. .../9
.../10 I— 1
LISTEN AND C H E C K YOUR S C O R E

Total .../40

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9 Skills practice
S K I L L S F O C U S : R E A D I N G AND W R I T I N G

Write
Read the text. Which teenager has a problem Complete the letter with the words from the
with some other people? box.

a) Sammy b) Colin c) Miranda

l've got an interview for a summer job.


l've never had an interview before. Should
I dress very smartly or can I be casual, but
Dear Sir/Madam,
clean? l'm going to work in the kitchen of
a restaurant, doing the washing-up and I read y o u r article about health last week. I n
cleaning. Please help. I really want this job. my 1
opinión, some of the things you wrote
Sammy
were w r o n g . 1 2
the problem is
that people don't take care of their health.
8

m happy at school, but some people knows that y o u n g people eat


in my class laugh at my clothes. I know more fast food and do less exercise than
my clothes aren't 'cool', but I think they
y o u n g people ten or twenty years ago.
suit me. What should I do or say to the
4
other students or should I just not listen of m y friends eat fast food once
to them? Colin a week and a 5
have fast food
every day for l u n c h .
6
I t h i n k we need better medicine
l'm a student in Year 12 of school. I or more doctors. We need healthier lives.
don't often have time to go out because
Yours,
we have a lot of homework to do. I
also learn the guitar and Spanish after (Jemttt
school. l've started getting headaches.
Should I go to the doctor or should I just
try to do a bit less? 4 Match the beginnings (1-6) to the endings
Miranda (a-e). Two beginnings match the same ending.

a) think t h a t . . .

b) knows t h a t . . .
Read the text again and answer true (T),
false (F) or doesn't say (DS). c) opinión ...
d) of my friends ...
1 Sammy works in a restaurant at the
e) few people ...
moment.
2 Sammy isn't going to be a waiter.
3 Colin hasn't got any friends in his class. You have read an article that says there
shouldn't be school uniforms. You don't agree.
4 Colin doesn't like the clothes he wears.
Write a letter giving your opinions and reasons
5 Miranda often meets her friends.
for them.
6 Miranda hasn't been to see the
Dear Sir/Madam,
doctor yet.
I am w r i t i n g about your article on
school uniforms.
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