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Welcome to the class Listen and check.

Then listen again and


practice. What day is it today? What day is it
tomorrow?
Vocabulary colours; the alphabet and
spelling; days of the week.
Tick (x) the instructions you understand. Then
do the exercise in language summary
Real word saying hello and goodbye; welcome.
introducing yourself: classroom instructions.

Look at page ten.


Look at conversation 1 and listen.

Answer the questions.


Practice conversation 1 with your teacher.
Use your name.
Fill in the gaps.

Look at conversation 2 and listen.


Open your book.

Practice conversation 2 with six students. Use


your name. Read the article.

Match the words to the colours. Match the words to the pictures.

Listen and say the alphabet. Check your answers.

Work in pairs. How do we say these letters? Work in pairs.

Listen and practice Work in groups.

Listen and write the words Listen and practice.

Put the days of the week in order. Don’t write.


Close your book. Write six words in English. Work in pairs. Spell
the words to your partner. He/ she writes
them down. Are they correct?
Listen and underline the instructions in 5a)
when your hear them.
Read and listen to conversation. Listen again
and practice.
Spelling

Practice conversation 1 with four other


Look at conversation 3. Then match the students. Use your name.
teacher’s questions to Pablo’s answers.

Read and listen to conversation 2. Listen again


Listen and check. and practice.

Listen to two conversations, A and B. Write Work in groups of six. Take turns to introduce
the names. students to each other.

Look at R0.8, p148. Listen again and check Countries and nationalities.
your answers.

Tick (x) the countries you know.


Listen and practice the questions in 6a).

Write the missing letters in the nationalities.


Ask four students these questions and write Check in language summary 1.
the names.

Listen and notice the word stress in the


Listen and write the day. Practice with other countries and nationalities in 3a).
students.

Listen again and practice. Copy the words


Meeting people stress.

Where are you from? Read and listen to conversations 3, 4 and 5.


Write the countries.

Quick review
Fill in the gaps with ‘m, ‘re or ‘s. Work in pairs. Take turns to say five numbers.
Your partner writes the numbers. Are they
correct?
Listen and practice the sentences in 7a).

How do we say these phone numbers?


Listen and practice the questions in 7b).

Listen and check. Then listen again and


Work in pairs. Practice conversations 3, 4 and practice.
5.

Listen and write the phone numbers.


Fill in the gaps with ‘m, ‘re, are or ‘s.

Ask three students their phone numbers. You


Fill in the table with the words in bold in 9. can invent numbers if you like!

Listen and fill in the gaps on the name cards. What’s your phone number?

Follow the instructions. What’s your mobile number?

In the coffee break Tick the words you know. Then do the
exercise in V1.3 p122.

Quick review
In these vocabulary boxes we only show the
main stress.
Work in pairs. Take turns to ask your partner
the names of other students in the class.
What’s his name? It’s Mario, I think. / I can’t Look at the jobs in 5a). Then complete the
remember! rules with a or an.

Work in pairs. Can you say these numbers? Fill in the gaps with a or an.
Check in V1.1 p122.

Look again at the pictures in V1.3 p122. Take


Listen to conversations A – E. write the hotel turns to cover the words and test your
room numbers. partner.
What’s your job? Ask other students. Personal details

Read and listen. Fill in the gaps. Quick review

Look at the photo. Match the conversations to Work in pairs. Write all the jobs you know.
the groups of people A – C. Which pair has the most words?

Help with grammar What number is it?

Look again at 8a). Find the parts of be in the How do we say these numbers? Check in V1.5
conversations. p122.

Fill in the gaps in these negative sentences Work in pairs. Say these numbers.
with ‘m, aren’t and isn’t.

Help with listening.


Fill in the gaps in these questions and answers
with ‘m, Is, Are, isn’t or aren’t.
Listen to these numbers and notice the stress.

Check in p123.
Where is the stress in these numbers?

Listen and practice.


Listen and check

Tick the sentences that are true for you. Make


the other sentences negative. Write the Listen again and practice the numbers in 3b)
correct sentences.

Work in pairs. Say a number between 1 and


Work in groups. Compare sentences. 100. Your partner says the next three
numbers.

Get ready
Hiring a car

Get it right!
Molly and David are at car hire office. Look at Work in pairs. Interview your partner and fill
the photo. Match these words to Molly’s in the form.
things 1 – 4.
Lost property

Answer these questions about Molly.


Quick review

Match these words to the letters a) –j) in the


Work in pairs. Count 0 to 51 in threes. (0, 3, 6,
pictures.
9, etc.). Take turns to say the numbers. Now
count from 0 to 98 in sevens. (0, 7, 14, etc.).

Check your answers in pairs.

Look at the picture of the lost property room


in the hotel, match these words to 1 – 14.
Listen to these questions and notice the
sentence stress. We stress the import words.

Write the missing letters. When do we add –


s, -es and –ies? Which plurals are irregular?
Listen again. Notice how we say your and in
these sentences.

Listen and practice the plurals in 2a).

Listen to David’s conversation and fill in the


gaps in the form.
Write the plurals.

Look at R1.18, p148. Listen again and notice


Work in pairs. Take turns to test each other on
the sentence stress on the woman’s
1 – 14.
sentences.

Eva’s got a job at the hotel. Look at the


Listen to the sentences from the conversation
pictures and fill in the gaps with words from
in 8a). Fill in the gaps with these words. Then
1.
check in RW1.2 p123.

Fill in the table with this, that, these, those.


Listen again and practice. Copy the polite
Then check in.
intonation.

Listen and practice the questions in 7a).


Listen and practice Eva’s questions in 6.
Choose three things in the classroom or from Write questions with you or your for these
your bag. Ask your teacher what they are in answers.
English.

Work in pairs. Ask your partner fives


Find ten countries. questions from 6a). Write the answers.

Write the nationalities. Check your partner’s information about you.


Is it correct?

Work in pairs. Where is the stress on the


countries and nationalities? Tick the things you can do in English.

Put an apostrophe (*) in these sentences. People and possessions

What’s important to you?

Write questions for the answers in 2a). Quick review

What’s in the lost property room at the hotel?


Write all the things you can remember.
Fill in the gaps in these jobs with the vowels a,
Compare your lists in pairs. Then check on
e, I, o, u. Then put a or an in the boxes.
p12.

Tick the adjectives you know. Then do the


Choose a new nationality and a new job for exercise in language summary 2.
you. Don’t tell other students.
Look at these sentences. Then choose the
correct words in the rules.

Work in groups. Take turns to ask each Check in V2.2


student yes/no questions to find out his/her
Make sentences with these words.
new nationality and job.
Work in pairs. Check your sentences.

Read and listen to Sally and her grandfather,


Make these sentences negative. Write correct
Bill. Find four things that are important to
sentences.
each person.

Read the texts again. Are these sentences


Write three more incorrect sentences. True (T) or false (F)?

Look again at the texts in 4a). Find all the


positive and negative examples of have got
Work in pairs. Swap sentences. Correct your and has got.
partner’s sentences.
Fill in the gaps with ‘ve, ‘s, haven’t and hasn’t. Work in pairs. Look at the family tree. Ask and
answer six questions with how many …?
Listen and practice. Copy the stress and
About the people.
contractions.
Tick the correct sentences. Change the words
Fill in the gaps with the correct form of have
in bold in the incorrect sentences.
got.
Look again at 5. Then complete the rule.
Think of four things that are important to you.
Then compare ideas in groups. ‘s can mean is, has or the possessive. Match 1
– 3 to a) – c)
Work in pairs. Tick the words you know. Check
new words in p124. Check in p125

Bill and Sally answers questions for a survey. Make sentences about these people.
Work in pairs. Guess which things they’ve got.
Listen and practice.
Write yes or no in the your guess columns.
Kate wants to show her new boyfriend, Tim,
Listen and write yes or no in Bill and Sally’s
some photos. Look at photos A – C. Who are
answer columns. Are your guesses correct?
the people?
Fill in the gaps with have, has, haven’t or
Listen to their conversation. Put the photos in
hasn’t.
order.
Listen and practice the questions and short
Listen again and choose the correct words.
answers in 10a)
In sentences we often say small words like
Work in pairs. Take turns to ask and answers
and, are, a, of, to, the with a schwa. Listen to
questions about Bill and Sally.
the first sentence again and notice the
Meet the Robinsons schwas. Are the stressed?

Quick review Look at R2.9, p149. Listen and notice the


stressed words and the schwas.
Work in pairs. Ask questions with have got.
Find five things you’ve got but your partner Write your name of five people in your family
hasn’t got. on a piece of paper. Think what you can say
about these people (age, job, married, etc.).
Look at the family tree. Then read about the
Don’t write this information.
family. Fill in the gaps with the words in the
boxes. Choose a partner, but don’t talk to him/her.
Swap papers. Make questions to ask about to
Listen and check your answers.
ask about your partner’s family.
Look again at the family tree. Put the words in
Work with your partner. Take turns to ask
the boxes in three groups. Then check in V2.4.
questions about his/her family. Make notes
The schwa is very common in English. Listen on your partner’s answers.
to these words. Is the schwa stressed?
Tell another student about your partner’s
Listen to these words. Where are the schwas? family.
Time and money Practice the conversation in pairs.

Quick review Write is or are in the gaps.

Work in pairs. Write all the family words you Where’s the baby?
know. Which words are for men/boys,
Quick review
women/girls, or both?
Write four times and four prices. Work in
What’s the time?
pairs. Say them to your partner. He/she writes
Put these words in order. Then check in p124. them down. Are they correct?

Work in pairs. Look at photos A-F. What are Work in pairs. Tick the words you know. Then
these things, do you think? do the exercise in p124.

Match the times to photos A-F. Match the prepositions to pictures 1-6. Then
check in p124.
We can say times in a different way. Match
these times to photos B-F. Look at the picture. Work in pairs. Where are
these things?
Write the times. Then check in p125.
Work in pairs. Cover the box in3. Point to the
Listen and match conversations 1-3 to three
picture and ask questions with Whose…?
of the photos A-F in 2a).
Listen and tick in the things in the box in 3 that
Fill in the gaps in the questions and answers.
the family talk about.
Fill in the gaps with to, from, or at.
Listen again. Three things are in the wrong
Listen and practice the questions and answers place in the picture. What are they?
in 5a). Copy the polite intonation.
Where’s the baby?
Write six times. Work in pairs. Take turns to
Look at R2.16, p149. Listen again and
ask and answer the questions in 5a). Write
underline all the prepositions of place.
your partner’s times. Are they correct?
Look at the picture for two minutes. Cover the
Look at adverts A-C. Which is for.
picture. Work in pairs. Take turns to ask
Listen and write the missing times 1-5 on the where things are in the living room.
adverts.
Write the adjectives
Work in pairs. How do we say these prices?
Work in pairs. What are the opposites of the
Listen and check. Listen again and practice. adjectives?

Listen and write the ticket prices a-f on the Write four sentences with the adjectives in
adverts. 1a) and have got.

Kate is at the cinema. Match the ticket seller’s Work in groups. Compare your sentences.
part of the conversation a-d to Kate’s
Fill in the gaps with Have or Has.
sentences 1-4.
Work in pairs. Take turns to ask and answer
Listen and check.
the questions.
Work in pairs. Complete the sentences.

Look at these sentence. Doe’s mean is, has or


possessive?

Put these times in order.

Work in pairs. Say the times a different way.

Write three true sentences and three false


sentences about the picture on p20. Use in,
on, by, under, behind and in front of.

Work in pairs. Close your book. Take turns to


say the sentences to your partner. Are they
true or false?