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., 2001

Great Britain

Brian Abbs
Chris Barker
Ingrid Freebairn
Unit · (communication""'-· Grammar ,.· :'-:;»:l'

It's great Greet people and exchange names Verb to be singular

Ask someone's age Question words: What?, How (old}?, Who?
to be here! Demonstrative pronouns: this/that
Indefinite articles: a/an
Possessive adjectives: my, your

Who's Em? Introduce people Verb to be singular

Greet people you know Question word: Where?
Ask where people and things are Possessive adjectives: my, your, his, her, its
Genitive apostrophes ('s) •
Prepositions: in, on, at ;:
Definite article: the '
Fast rewind: Units 1 and 2 Revision Revision

I'm French- Talk about your nationality and say Plurals of nouns
where you are from Verb to be plu ral I

• Can you spell Ask for and give telephone numbers Verb can (request)
Ask for and give names and addresses Question word: When?
that, please? Preposition on with days of the week

Fast rew ind: Units 3 and 4 Revision Revision

Wide angle: From one country to another

Project 1 : Snapshot of me Conso li da tion of langu age and skills
Take a break 1: Song - Rock around the Clock

I've got Talk about your family Possessive adjectives: our, your, their
Talk about people's appearance Genitive apostrophes: singular ( 's), plural (s1
two sisters. Verb have/has gat
same and any
Question words: How many?, Why?
Linker: because

Do you like Talk about likes and dislikes Present simple

9 heavy metal?
Adverbs of degree: very much, a lat, at all
Object pronouns: me, you, him, her, it, us, them

Fast rewind: Units 6 and 7 Revision Revision

Can I come too? Ask for permission Present sim ple with fixed times
Ask and say the time Question words: How long?, How much?

Buy things in shops Preposition of time: at
Verb can (permission)

Welcome to Ask and say where places are Prepositions of place: in/on (a road), next to,
Ask and ta lk about places and facilities near, behind, in front of. in the centre of,

Brighton. Make suggestions with let's on the corner of. opposite, between ... and ...
there is and there are Indefinite pronoun: one
Verb want+ infinitive
Fast rewind: Units 8 and 9 Revision Revision

Wid e ang le: Six of a kind

Project 2: Snapshot of my town Consolidation of language and skills
Take a break 2 : Song - The Girl from lpanema I
Common objects and furniture Classroom instructions I JI she
Numbers 1-20 Listen to a magazine survey I h I he
Read and write a penfriend advertisement

Common adjectives: Read and write sentences about members Ask the names of things I j I y_ou ,
right. wrong, big, small, hot, of a fa mily in English y_our
cold, hungry. thirsty. tired List en to a dialogue and choose the
Titles: Mr. Mrs, Miss, Ms best answers

Countri es and nationalities Read and write a formal letter Capital letters / 1 I _English
Compass points and places I i: I Gr~k

Greetings through the day Listen and write telephone numbers Ask for help in class I El I th ree,
Numbers 20- 100 Read an advert thirteen
The alphabet Listen to a telephone conversation
Days of the week and co mplete a form

Family members Listen to a personal description I o / !his

Personal appearance Read and write a letter to a penfriend I d I Q.ay

Types of music Write about the favo urite music of family Ask about spelling, I " I does,
and fri ends pronu nciation and meaning doesn't
Read an article about a young musician
Write a pa rag raph about a favourite band
Listen to a telephone conversation
Clock times Listen and note what Cha rli e borrows Record new words I re I Cgn
Fast food and drinks I a: I Cgn't
Eng lish money

Places in towns Listen and guess where you are in the world Find out from a dictionary I ~u I nQ,
Leisure activities Listen to a dialogue and note where the how to pronounce new words dQn't
group decide to go

Unit ·Communication · Grammar ,

I never go Ask and talk about daily routines Present simple fo r routines
Linkers: first. then, ofter that
straight home. Adverbs of frequency: always, usually. often,
sometimes. never

Can you Ask and talk about things you can do How often? with adverbial phrases of frequency
Ask and talk about dates Verb can (abi li ty)
scuba-dive? Gerund (- ing form ) after like, love, hate
Prepositions in and on with dates

Fast rew ind : Units 11 and 12 Revision Revision

What's Describe what's happening now Present co nti nuous

Give orders Positive and negative imperatives
Daniel doing?

What are you Comment on clothes Verb going to for future plans and intentions
Make plans tao+ adjective
going to wear? Demonstrative adjectives: these/those

Fast rewind: Units 13 and 14 Revision Revision

Wide angle: Born in China, made in Brazil

Proj ect 3: Snapshot of my lifestyle Consolidation of language and skills
Take a brea k 3 : Song - Dancing Queen

Were you out Offer. accept and refuse with would like Verb to be past simple
Ask about past events
last night?

Did you talk Talk about the past Past simple of reg ular verbs
Express opinions Past simple questions with did
about me?

Fast rewind: Units 16 and 17 Revision Revision

It was a Ask and talk about the weather Special phrase: What's the ... like?
Talk about past events Past simple of irregu lar verbs

warm evening. Narrate past events

My joke's Make comparisons Comparative and superlative of short adjectives

Comparative and superlative of good and bad
funnier. Question word: Which?
Fast rew ind: Units 18 and 19 Revision Revision

Wide angle: Canada in focus

Project 4: Snapshot of my country Consolidation of language and skills
Take a brea k 4: So ng - River Deep, Mountain High

Student B section (Interaction exercises) : page 121

An swer key: page 122
So undbite exercises : page 123
Vocabulary a nd expressions: page 125
Daily activities I s I walk~
Write a paragraph about the school day I z I go§
Read about a radio programme I iz I watch§

Sports and activities Write a paragraph about sports and Sort vocabulary I d3 / iau,
Months and seasons of the year activities January
Ordinal numbers with dates Read an article about a young jet ski
Listen to a conversation. Answer questions
Rooms and parts of the house listen to sounds and guess activities How to learn words Ip I QaQer
Describe your house or flat I t I !ennis
I k I i;afe

Clothes Listen to a fashion commentary Plan your homework I u: I boot

Colours Read about people's taste in clothes I u I book
Write a dialogue about plans
Read about a young fashion model

Past time adverb ials: last night, Rea d and write about a film Difficult words in reading texts I b /'Quy
yesterday evening, etc. I v I y_ery
Drinks I w I YtaS

Daily activities Listen to a dialogue and answer the Sort past simple verbs / t/ workw
Adjectives of qua lity questions I d / Iistened
Adjectives to describe Read and write a letter to a friend (past tense
persona lity describing a holiday endings)
------ -- ----------
Weather words Listen to a telephone conversation about learn irregular past tense verbs I e1I rgin
a holiday I e I w~t
Read an article about a sto rm
Write a summary
The natural envi ronment Listen to a radio programme about film stars learn from reading I~ I short~.
Read an article about a school trip ta ll ~
to the Amazon Basin
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Le arn ing goals
It's great Com munication
Gree· 1J« iple and exc·hange nanll.:'>

to be here! Ask someone's age

Classroom instructions
Verb to be singular
Question words: What?, How (old;;', Who ?
Demonstrative pronouns: this/that
1) ~ Listen and read Indefinite articles : a/an
Luke: Excuse me. Are you Daniel Cresson? Possessive adjectives: my; your
Daniel: Yes, I am. Vocabulary
Luke: Hi! I'm Luke, Luke Freeman. Welcome to Common objects and furnitu re
Britain . Numbers 1-20
Daniel: Thanks. It's great to be here!
Luke: This is my sister.
Emily: Hello. My name 's Emily.
Daniel: Hi, Emily !
Charlie: What's that?
Daniel: It's a camera - a video ca mera.
What's yo ur name?
Charl ie : Charlie.
Emily: Charl ie's my little brother. He's only six.
Charlie: l'm not little ! How old are you, Daniel?
Dani el: I'm fifteen.
Em ily: l like your camera.
Daniel: Thanks.
Luke: Come on! Let's go and meet Mum.
She's in the c~r.

2) Comprehension
Match the names wit h the people.
•Luke • Emily • Daniel • Ch arlie
7 Emily

3/ ..:..:J Useful phrases 4/ Communication
Listen and repeat. Greeting people
• Excuse me. IJll> Excuse me. What's your name7
• Welcome to [Britain]. IJll> My name's Daniel.

• Thanks. /Thank you. IJll> Hello./Hi! I'm Luke. Welcome to Brita in.
• ll's great to be here! IJll> Thanks. It's great to be here!
• 1 like [your camera].
a/ Now greet three peopl e in your class.
• Come on!
• Lel's go. b/ Imagine two or three famous people come to your school.
Welcome them to your town or city.
Grammar snaps hot

Verb to be singular
Positive statements Negative statements
I'm (I am) Luke. I'm not (I am not) Charlie.
You're (You are) Daniel. You aren't (You are not) Luke.
He's (He is) Cha rlie. He isn 't (He is not) Danie l.
She's (She is) Emily. She isn't (She is not) Sally.
It's (It is) a camera. It isn't (It is not) a radio.

Questions Short answers

Positive Negative
Am I right? Yes, you are. No, you aren't.
Are you Daniel? Yes, I am. No, I'm not.
Is he Lu ke? Yes, he is. No, he isn't.
Is she Emily? Yes, she is. No, she isn't.
Is it a camera? Yes, it is. No, it isn't.

Make a rule.
The short forms are I'm Daniel. You're Charlie. She's Emily.
The long forms are ...

s) B Soundbite The sounds I I I and I h I

she he (Look at page 123.)

s) Practi.ce
a) Match the names below with the photos of the stars.
Then write sentences.
1 She's Michelle Pfeiffer.
• Antoni o Banderas • Sharon Stone • Tom Cruise
• Michelle Pfeiffer • Brad Pitt • Julia Roberts

b) Complete the sentences below with these words.

• she's • it's •@ • he's • l'm • am • 're • not
1 ./3r~. you Luke? 5 Are you Luke? Yes, l ....
2 . . . my brother. 6 Where's Mum? .. . in the car.
J Are you Daniel? No, l'm .. .. 7 Hello, .. . Emily.
4 You ... Charlie. 8 .. . great to be in Britain.

c) Imagine you are another person in your class. Guess your

partner's name.
® A: Are you a girl? A: Are you a boy?
B: No, I'm not. '°" A: Are you Giorgio?
/ B: Yes, I am.
Grammar flash
8/ Vo cabulary
Numbers 1-2 0
..::J Listen and repeat t he numbers.

1 one 2 two 3 three 4 four 5 five

It's a camera. It's a pen. It's an eraser. It's an umbrella.
6 six 7 seven 8 eight 9 nine 10 ten
11 eleven 12 twelve 13 thirteen
this/that 14 fourteen 15 fifteen 16 sixteen
17 seventeen 18 eighteen
What's this? It's a pen.
19 nineteen 20 twenty

What's that? ~ It's an eraser.

9) Communication
Asking someone's age
.,._ How old are you, Anna?
7) Practice .,._ I'm fourteen. Are you fourteen too?
a) Ask and say what the objects are, using a/an and this/that. .,._ Yes, I am. / No, I'm not. I'm fifteen.
A: What's this/that? .,._ How old is Giorgio?
B: It's a/an ... . .,._ He's fifteen too.
.,._How old is your li ttle brother/ sister/
• chair • exercise book • e nvelope •pen
best friend ?
• table • blackboard • dictionary • pencil
•book • umbrella • eraser • desk Now ask and answer in the same
• atlas • computer • appl e •bag way. Then write the dialogue.
b) Now write about each object.
10) Over to you
a) Look again at the film stars
opposite and list them in the order
you like them. Add the names of
other film stars you li ke.

Mg1 -h:il/l!l1nle m cde fl/m smrs

1 Brad Pde


b) Work in pairs. Compare your lists.

A: Who'.s your number one male star?
B: Brad Pitt.
A: My number one is Tom Cruise. Who'.s
your number two?

11) 8 Listen
Listen to the results of a magazine
survey. Are your numbers the sa me?
. .

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. .. - -
Hello! My name's Adina. Hi, there! I'm Rob from
I'm a student from Bucharest New York. I'm 15. My
in Romania. I'm 16. I like . favourite female star is Nicole
John Travolta - he's my Kidman. My favourite film of
favourite film star - and my all time is Some Like It Hot
number one film of all time is with Marilyn Monroe. Write
Pulp Fiction. What abou! and tell me about yourself.
you? Write to: Write to:
Rob Peterson, Box 356.

Adina Popa, Box 218.
Hi! I'm Miranda. I'm a
student from Sydney,
Australia. I'm 15. My number
one film star of all time is Mel
Gibson. My favourite film is
Braveheart. I think Mel
Gibson's really good in it.
What's your favourite film ?
Write to:
Miranda Tate, Box 749.

12/ Read 14) Write

Rea d the penfriend advertisements and complete the chart.
In clude information about yourself.
Imagine you want a penfriend.
Write a magazine advertisement.
15) Helpline
Adina Miranda Rob You
Classroom instructions.
Age 16
• Listen.
Where from? Romania
• Say after me.
Favourite film star John Travolta • Say it again.
'Pulp Fiction' • Write it down.
Favourite film
• Read it aloud .
Box Number Box 218 • Work in pairs.
• Open your books.
• Close your books.
• Stand up.
• Sit down.
13) Over to you • Speak Engl ish.
Ta lk about films. • Don 't speak [Spanish].
• Don't l ook at the dialogue.
Which film is popul ar in your country?
What's your favourite film of all t ime? Follow your teacher's instructions.

..:.:J Read the story and try to
At t he airport guess the missing words. Then
list en and see if you were right.

Yes. I'm in Class 9 and

Luke's in Class 10.

L earning goals
Who's Communication
ln troduct> people
Greet people you know
Em? Ask where people and things are
Verb to be singular
Question word: Where?
Possessive adjectives: my, your. his, her. its
1/ EJ Listen and read Gen itive apostrophe s ('s)
Prepositions: in, on, at
Luke: That's th e car over there.
Defi nite article: the
And that's my mother.
Daniel: Where's your fath er? Vocabulary
Charlie: He isn't here. He's at home. Common adjectives: right, wrong, big,
Luke: No, he isn't! Dad 's at work. small, hot, cold, hungry, thirsty, tired
Titles: Mr. Mrs, Miss, Ms
Luke: Mum, th is is Daniel.
Mum: Hello, Daniel. Nice to meet
you. I'm Sally Freeman.
Dan iel: How do you do, Mrs Freeman.
Mum : How are you? Are you tired?
Daniel: No, I'm fine, thanks. l'm just
a bit jet-lagged.
Luke: Where's Em?
Charlie: l don 't know.
Daniel: Em? Who's Em?
Charlie: My sister. Her name's Em ily
but she's called 'Em' for short.
Daniel: Oh , I see.
Mum: Come on, Em !
In the car.
Charl ie: Mum! l'm very hungry.
Mum: Charlie, you're always hungry!
Where's Daniel's ca mera? ls it
on the back seat?
Daniel: No. It's in my bag.
Mum: Good ! OK everyone? Let's go !
Brighton, here we come!

2) Comprehension
Answer T (true) or F (false).
1 Mr Freeman is at work.
2 Daniel is tired.
3 'Em' is Emily.
4 Charlie is hungry.
5 The camera is on the back seat of
the car.
Find Brighton on the map of
Great Britain on the first page.

3/ ..:.:J Useful phrases 4/ Communication
Listen and repeat. Introducing people
• Over there. ..,. Mr/Mrs/Miss/Ms Brown , this is Bob.
• Nice to meet you. Hello, Bob. Nice to meet you.
• How do you do. ..,.. How do you do, Mr/Mrs/Miss/ Ms Brown.
• How are yo u?
a) Introduce a friend from Canada,
• I'm fme, thanks.
the USA or Britain to your teacher.
• 1 don't kn ow.
• She's called [Em] for short. Greeting people you know
• Oh, 1 see. ..,.. Hello, Sue. How are you?
• Good! ..,.. I'm fine, thanks, John. How are you?
..,.. Not bad, thanks.

b) Imagine you are in Brighton.

Greet your friends at school.
Grammar flash

Pre pos it ions: in, on, at

Where's the video? Where's the pen?
It's in the box. It's on the table.

Where's Mrs Freeman?

She's at home/ at work/ at school/ at college.

7) Interaction
Student B: Turn to page 12 1.
Student A: Look at the picture. Student B has the same picture but
with different objects in it. Read the list below and ask where the
objects are:
A: Where's the envelope?
B: It's on the desk.
1 envelope 3 baseball bat 5 foo tball
2 pencil 4 eraser 6 exercise book

s) Vocabulary
Common adjectives
Choose the correct adjective
for each picture.
1 hungry
• hot • cold • hungry • thirsty
• big • small • ri ght • wrong

6) Practice
a) Use the adjectives below to
ask and answer about the
A: Picture 1. Is she thirsty?
B: No, she isn't. She's hungry.
1 thirsty 4 cold 7 right
2 cold 5 hungry 8 right
3 small 6 small
b) Now ask people in your class.
a) Over to you
A: Are you hungry/hot/thirsty/ Answer the questions.
tired/cold? Where are you?
B: Yes, I am./ No, I'm not. Where's your fa ther I mother I brother/ sister/ best friend?

Gr a mm a r sna pshot
Grammar fl as h

Genitive apostrop he s ('s)


Possessive adj ecti ves (singular) My father's name is Torn.

I-+ my he --+ his it --+ its My mother's name is Sally.
you --+ your she --+ her

Th is is Daniel's sister. = Tl1is is his sister. not This is her si5tN. 10) Over to you
Ask and answer about your
partner's family and fri ends.
A: What's your father's/mother's/
sister's/brother's/best friend's/
9/ Practice
dog's name?
Look at the pictures of famous people. Ask and answer about the B: His/Her/Its name is ... .
people's first names.
A: What's his/her first name?
B: It's .... 11) c::J Sound bite
• Abraham • Jane • Marie • William • Leonardo • Salvador The sound Ij I
¥OU ¥Our (Look at page 123.)


1 ... Shakespeare
2 ... Dali

13) Write
a) Write four sentences about the names of the
people in Daniel's family.
His mother's name is ... .
12) Read b) Write about a person in your fam ily.
Look at some of Daniel's photographs from home. My sister's name is ... . She ... years old.
Find the correct ca ption for each photograph. She's a student at ... .

® ~i4~~aN1.-f~ak~~ 14) 8 Listen

~ - 'Jk~~+k~..i'1-'lo...
~·. ~ ~~~14, wtlwt.L.r...e. Mr Freeman arrives at home. Listen and choose
A.NA~ fatkv.'4'~ M- ~- the best answer.
1 Emi ly is: a) at school. b) at home.
2 Luke is: a) at school. b) in his room.
® ~.U.~..Lllli.~.4ie1t~'.4- 3 Daniel is: a) hungry. b) tired.
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1 s) Helpline

Ask the name of things in English.

A: What's ... in English?
B: lt's ... .
A: What's the word for ... in English?
B: I don't know.
Write down three words in your language and ask
your teacher or a friend for the English word.

• Fast rewind uNITS 1 and 2

Grammar 6/ Put a or an before these word s.

book a book atlas on atlas
1/ Write the short form of the verb to be.
dictionary 4 name 7 American film
I am Daniel. = I'm Daniel.
2 English dictionary 5 student 8 language
1 He is my brother. 4 She is his sister. 3 teacher 6 umbrella 9 exercise book
2 I am thirsty. 5 What is your name?
3 You are here. 3 Who is that?
2/ Which words have a genitive apostrophe s ( 's)?
Em is Emily@ nickname. 7/ Put these words under Male Fema le Both
1 He's tired. the correct headings. he she you
2 Daniel's camera is in his bag.
3 My mother's car is over there. • he • she • Miss • you • mother • friend • sister
4 My mother's in the car. • girl • brother • boy • his • teacher • father • my
5 Her teacher's name is Miss Simpson. • Mr • Dad • Mum • her • student • Mrs

3/ Complete the sentences with these words.

• he's • his • she's • her • you're • your
8) Sort the words into 1 2 3 4
four groups with six pen thirsty five boy
A: What's Y.9.t!! name? words in each group. book
B: My name's Emily.
1 A: What's Emily's mother's name? • pen • five • thirsty • nine • three • ten • hot
B: I don't know but ... father's name is Tom. • book • atlas • hungry • chair • boy • two • tired
2 A: Where's Emily now? • brother • girl • big • small • student • one • sister
B: ... at school. • pencil • teacher • camera
3 A: Where's ... father?
B: My father? ... at home.
A: But that's ... car over there. Communication
B: Yes, ... right. It is.
9) In pairs, do the following things. Then write a
4) Complete the sentences with the correct sentence for each one.
preposition : in, on or at.
Greet someone and say your name.
My mother is 9r home.
Greet a friend and ask how he/she is.
Daniel's ca mera is ... his bag. Ask how old your friend is.
2 Brighton is ... England. Ask where your teacher is.
3 Charlie isn't ... school today. Introduce a friend to your teacher.
4 The pencil is ... the desk. Count in twos to twenty (two, four, ... )
5 She's a student ... City College.

5) Complete the sentences with Who?, Where? or

.Wh~(s your name?
... 's the girl in the cafe with Daniel?
2 ... 's your teacher's name? Excellent Good OK Can do better
3 ... 's the car? - - - - - - · -****
---**- - - -*- - -
4 ... 's the boy over there with Emily? Grammar
5 ... 's the name of the girl over there? Vocabulary
6 .. .'s my camera? - - - - - - - - - -·-------------

Learning goals
I'm French- Communication
Ta lk about your nationa lity and say

Canadian. where you are from

Plurals of nouns
Verb to be plural
1/ Vocabulary Countries and nationalities Countries and nationalities
Compass points and places
a/ Match the names of the capital cities with the names
of the countries. Then find the capital cities on the map.
Ottawa is the capitol of Canada. It's number 2 on the mop.

b) Write the nationality adjective for each country.

3/ Communication
Use a dictionary or ask your teacher. Talking about your country and
Canada Canadian nationality
llll> Are you American?
llll> Yes, I am./ No, I'm not.
2) B Listen llll> What nationality are you?
llll> I'm Canadian.
Listen to the pronunciation of the nationality adjectives
llll> Where are you from in Canada?
and check your answers. Then answer these questions.
llll> I' m from Montreal.
Which adjectives end in
a) -a n? b) -ian? c) -ish? d) -ese? a/ Now ask about your partner's
2 Which adjectives have different endings from these? country and nationality.


•Ottawa • Argentina
•Athens • Brazil
• Brasilia •Canada
• Buenos Aires • France
• London • Germany
• Mexico City • Greece
• Lisbon •Italy
• Paris •Japan
•Tokyo •Mexico
• Bucharest •Romania
• Berlin • Portugal
•Ankara •Spain
•Rome • Turkey
• Madrid •the UK
• Washington DC. •the USA
b/ r..:.:J Two students meet at a party. Write th e Grammar flash
missing questions from their conversation. Then list en
and see if you were right. Plurals of nouns
A: 1lcllo .. .. ? Regu lar plurals
B: Diego. student students address addresses
A: ... ? city cities
B: I'm Argentinian.
A: ... in Argentina? Irreg ul ar plurals
B: l'm from Buenos Aires.. . . ? man men ch ild children
A: No, l'm not English. I'm Scottish. woman women person people
How do you make plurals in your language~
4/ Over to you
a; Write the names of three well-known people,
three bands and three football teams and ask
your partner what nationality they are.
6) Practice
A: What nationality is Placido Domingo?
B: He's Spanish. Write the plurals of these words.

b) Now write sentences. girl 4 house 7 cl ass 10 taxi

2 person 5 brother 8 country 11 nationality
My favourite band is ... . The members of the band are ... .
3 man 6 bus 9 pen 12 party

s) B Soundbite The sounds I I I and Ii : I

.English Greek (Look at page 123 .)
7/ B Listen an d read
Luke: Hey! Look out!
Chilli : Sorry!
Luke : That's OK.
Daniel: I like your rollerblades. They're great.
Chilli: Thanks. Are you America n? 3 Daniel is French-Canadian.
Daniel: No, l'm from Canada. I'm French-Canadian. 4 Montrea l is in the USA.
Chilli : Do you spea k French? 5 Ch illi is a student.
Dani el: Yeah, 1 spea k French and English.
Chilli: Where are you from in Canada?
Dani el: Montrea l. It's in the east of Canada. 9/ B Useful phrases
Chilli: Are you all Canadian?
Emily: No, we aren't. We're from Brighton. List en and repeat.
Chilli: l live in Brighton, too. • Hey ! • Look out!
Luke: Are you a stud ent? • Sorry! • That's OK.
Chilli : No, l'm in the music business. l'm in a band. • I speak [French].
(Bleep!} Th at's my mobile phone. 1 must go. See you! • I live in [Brighton].
Luke: 1-ley! What's your name? • I must go.
Chilli : Chilli. Chill i J ackson. • See you!
I live in Montreal.
It's a big city in Quebec
in the east of Canada.
I speak French
and English. Grammar snapshot

Verb to be plural
Positive statements Negative statements
We're (We are) Canadian. We aren't (We are not) American.
You're (You are) Canadian. You aren't (You are not) American.
They're (They are) Canadian. They aren't (They are not) American.
Questions Short answers
Positive Negative
Are we Canadian? Yes, you are. No, you aren't.
Are you Brazilian? Yes, we are. No, we aren't.
Are they Italian ? Yes, they are. No, they aren't.
Make a rule.
1 The short forms are we're, you're, they're, aren't.
2 The long forms are ...

rnpass points and places Go back and look.

I live How many examples of the plural of the verb to be can you find in the
in Brighton. dialogue, Exercise 7?
a big city called ....
a sma ll town called ....
a village called .. . .
12) Practice 13) Over to you
in the north of England.
south Complete the questions and answer Imagine you are in Brighton
N them.
east and bump into Chilli. In pairs,
*E ~'
. .

A: Are you and your friend
B: Yes, we are./No, we aren't. We're
practise the conversation,
then write it.
You :
Look out!

on the Isouth
I coast of England.
... you and your fri end
That's OK.
Where are you from?
2 ... Tom Cruise and Tom Hanks You :
Canadian? (Continue the conversation if
3 ... Antonio Banderas Spanish? you can.)
11) Over to you You: I must go.
4 .. . Luke and Emily from Brighton?
Say where you live, what part 5 . .. you a student? Chilli : See yo u!
of the country it is in and what 6 ... your mother English? You: Bye!
languages you speak. 7 ... you all tired today?

Write the narnr and address of
the person you arc wri ting to. Write your address here. Vatvk/Jf~ Zl.<A ~"_,<htvnd_ t,t/i",

c/o AJ41C II/, 8'005"5~ Jt>Vlem.tzr {NA),
3000 We4<1 /tlf~~, ft4
CA '115(Y) USA / Write the date here.

16~ S'ept~
/ Start yo ur letter like this. j

VeM µ/I 11(;(/J/)dtw-/t,

,l(lj- namu. io ~ .,..~ .aJm,y ~:; namu. io

I (T1?V17l,(V)a- ~ 'NeJu. l~am . UJe'Ju. ~ 15"..amd'we!.u
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C~f~ ~mut-r ~-"64L IJ~ ~ -

fJ4:we~a~ ~f& /J~k-i ~ un ~

~ .al Hddu._ .
Finish your letter like this
and sign your name. Jason
Hills 90210,
clo eever1Y I
NBC i'/, fl,lameda Avenue, J
3000 west
CA 91505

14/ Read
Read th e letter to 0 . 76)
American TV . avid Hasselh off th Write
series. · e st ar of an
Write a letter t 0
Person in a TV one . of t he stars above
R" series wh· h or to a
75) comprehension iccardo's lett IC you like. Us
er as a guide. e
~nswer the questions
if necessary. and correct the in4:'1 . 7 7)
ormat1on Helplin e
A: Are the b
B· Ni h oys foot ball fans? r--
. o. t ey oren 't Th , . Capital letters.
A . . eyre fans of 'N
re th e boys: ew Baywatch.' My friend's name . S
I fo otball fans? She's from Sorrent~ Sandra. Sandra is Italian. f
2 Italian ? 4 from Naples? · andra and 1
3 from th Look at the words wh. are good friends.
5 students?
e north of Italy?
6 sixteen? the~e sentences. Then ic~ have capita l letters in
capital letters in five rules for using I
Ats hoot Read the story and try to
guess the missing words. Th en
li sten and see if you were right.

Well, he's here! 7

You know, Daniel.

The exchange student.

l \
Learni n g goa l s
Can you spel l Com mun icat ion
Ask for and give telephone

that, please? nu mbers

Ask fo r and give names and
add resses
Verb can (request)
Question word : When ?
Preposition on with days of the
1) 3 Listen and read week
Girl : Good morning. Are you members Vocabu lary
of the Sports Club? Greetings through the day
Luke: I'm a member, but my friend isn't. Numbers 20- 100
Here's my card. The al phabet
Girl: Th anks. Are yo u both students? Days of the week
Daniel: Yes, we are. Can I have a day-pass,
Girl : Yes. What day is it? ls it Monday
or Tuesday today?
Luke: It's Monday.
Girl: Right. What's your name, please?
Daniel: My surname's Cresson.
Girl: Can yo u spell that, please?
Daniel: Sure. C- R-E-double S-0 -N. lt's a
French name.
Girl: I see. Cresson. And what's your
first name?

Dani el: It's Daniel. 'f
Girl: Wh at's your address here in Ff!Jlfiif:11.·1·;f.ll:m :11;
:;f·.IJ!iJI •1•:WI····"·
Daniel: It's 55 Church Road, Brighton,
Sussex BN2 5BL.
Girl: And what's your telephone
Daniel: Wait a moment. lt's 01273 -
do uble 3 25806. Oasis nay- pass
Girl : Sorry, can you repeat that, ,,...---Sports Club
please? The last part. Title: ~Mrs Miss Ms
Double 3 25806. First name: ............................. ..
OK. Here's your day-pass. Surname: ..................................
Rddress: .................................. .
You're welcome.

Tel. no: .....................................

Member's name
2/ Co mprehensi o n
Complete Daniel's day- pass for the Oasis
4/ Vo ca bul ary Numbers 20- 100

~ Listen and repeat the numbers.


Sports Club.
20 twenty 21 twenty-one 22 twenty-two
23 twenty-three 24 twenty-four 25 twenty-five
3) 8 Useful phrases 26 t wenty-six 27 twenty-seven
28 twenty-eight 29 twenty- nine
Listen and repeat.
30 thirty 40 forty 50 fifty
• Good morning. I Good afternoon. I Good evening. 60 sixty 70 seventy 80 eighty
• Here's [my card]. 90 ninety 100 a hundred
• Righ t.
• Sure. (= OK.)
• Wait a moment.
• You're welcome.
s) (3 Sound bite The sound/ 8 /

th ree thirteen (Look at page 123 .)

6) Communication
Giving your telephone number
.,.. What's your telephone number?
.,.. It's 01273 3325806 (oh one two seven three,
double three two five eight oh six)
.,.. Sorry! Can you repeat that, please?
.,.. Sure. It's ....

a) Ask five people for their t elephone

numbers and write them in your not ebooks.

b) Answer th e questions.
A: What's the telephone number of your school?
B: It's ... ./Sorry, I don't know.
What's the telephone number of:
• your school?
• your mother/father at work?
• your best friend?

1) 8 Listen
Listen and write the telephone numbers.

The Hat Numbers to Dial

1 Nintendo Hot Line 01891 54 37 50
2 TV Star Gossip 01894
3 Top Hits
4 Beatles Factfile
i 5 FIFA Football Results
.... --~,_.....a
- .. ,.......,.
'. - 27
8/ Vocabulary The alphabet
..:.:J Listen and repeat t he letters of the alphabet.

Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Hh Ii Jj
Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Qq Rr Ss
Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz

The letters a, e, i, o, u are vowels. The other letters are

9/ Over to you
a,1 Write the name of:
• a footba ll team • a computer game • a country

"FOpfb?tt{ rea.rn. UnnMtf«3ame ~nfr!j

Rea.f Mttdrid M~I l<t7mbvtf 7'i:tp"1>t

b) Spell the names for your part ner to guess. Partners

must not write the letters down. They score two points
if they get the name right first time, but on ly one point
if they ask you to repeat it.
A: What'.s this football team? R-E-A- L M-A-0- R- ....
B: I know. lt'.s 'Real Madrid:
A: OK. Two points. What'.s this computer game?
M-0-R- T-A-L K- 0-M-B-A-T.
B: Can you spell it again, please?

10) Communication
Giving your name and address
... What's your surname?
... Cresson .
... Can you spell that, please?
... C-R-E-double S-0-N.
... What's your address?
... It's 55 Church Road, Brighton, Sussex.
... What's your postcode?
... BN2 5BL.
Surname: You can also say last name or family name.
Postcode: ln the USA the postcode is called the zip code,
e.g. CA 10053 is a Californian zip code.
Now ask your partner questions to complete a day-pass
for the Oasis Sports Club.

\ 1 Sally 2 Roberto 3You

I Title (Mr I Mrs I Miss I Ms I Other): Mrs
First name: Solly
\ I Surname (Family name):
House I Flat I Apartment (Apt) no:
11) Practice
Street I Road:
Read the two addresses City / Town:
above. Copy and complete County I State: Sussex California (CA)
the chart on the right for Postcode I Zip code:
Sally and Roberto. Then add Country:
your own details.

13) Interaction
12 ) Vocabulary
Student B: Turn to page 121.
Days of the week Student A: Look at the TY 'soap
a Listen and repeat. opera ' timetable below and answer
Student B's questions. Then ask
Student B about the times of
Monday Neighbours and Be11erly Hills 902 10.

Tuesday A: Whens 'Neighbours'?

B: Its on Tuesday, ....

Now answer the questions.

1 What day is it today?
2 What day is it tomorrow?
3 When are your English
lessons? (They're on ....)
14) Over to you
4 When are these lessons on Talk about lV programmes.
your timetable? What are your favo urite programmes?
• maths • history When are they?
• biology • geography Who are the main stars?
Whi ch countries are th e programmes from?
1 s) Read
Read the advertisement
and answer the questions.
I Who is the instructor?
2 When are the hip hop
3 Where are the classes?
4 What is the telephone
5 What can you do on
Saturday at 2 p.m.?

16) B Listen
Someone phones
Dancemania. listen and
complete the information.

\\tie·. .-
f\rst name"- .-- ----- --· -
surname"- ______ ....--·-·
Address-. ...... -- ---········

._Tel. no"- ------·······

Age"- ..------·· . "
t tne oasis .
Member o 0
'{es O No
• Fast rewind UNITS 3 and 4

Grammar Vocabulary
1/ Write the singular or plural of these words. 5/ Write the country or the nationa lity adjective.

Singu lar Plural Singular Plural Country Nationality Country Nati onal ity
car cars addresses Argentina Argentinian Spain
- -
boy man Italy Portuguese
cities women Polish the USA
nationality child France Japa n
language person Greek German
Turkey Brazil
2/ Write the correct form of the verb to be in
these sentences. 6) Do each sum and write the answer in words.
f!.r~ you students at St John's College? 14 + 26 + 10 = 50 (fifty}
1 ... your teacher English? 18 + 20 - 14 = 5 19+3+ 10=
2 What nationality ... you and your brother? 2 25 - 15 + 20 = 6 43 - 28 7 5 =
3 I ... from Recife in Brazil. Where ... you from? 3 6 x6 = 7 46 + 2 - 10 =
4 We ... n't American. We ... Austra lian. 4 52 - 2 - 33 = 8 9+5+6 =
5 ... Luke and Emily both members of this club?
6 The students ... n't at school today. It ... Sunday. 7) What are these days of the week?
7 Istanbul ... n't the capital ofTurkey. The capital ... duynsa Sunday
1 ra tsuyda 3 yid raf 5 yamnod
2 dhatsuyr 4 sadewnyde 6 usteyad
3) Reorder the words to make correct sentences.
from/ small I aI in/ Italy /We're I town/.
We're from a small town in Italy.
1 from/Where/they/are/?
2 number I is /your I telephone /What I? 8/ In pairs, do the following things. Then write a
3 your /spell /Can /name/you/? sentence for the first six.
4 English I sister I and /your I Are /you I?
Greet someone at differen t times of the day. (Good ... )
5 we'reI No I aren't, IAmerican I we/.
Say where you're from.
6 USA I in I from I Pittsburgh /They're I the/.
Say what your nationality is.
7 England Iof I coast/ I / on/ live I south I the/.
Say what language(s) you speak.
Say what film stars you like.
4) Make sentences about nationalities, using the
Say what lV series you like.
Count in tens to a hundred. (ten, twenty, ... )
They (x) Australian (.r) American. Spell your first name and your surname.
They aren't Australian. They're American. Give your address and telephone number.
1 We (x) German (.r) Polish
2 She (.r) Portuguese (x) Brazi lian
3 He (.r) Turkish (x) French
4 It (x) Spanish (.r) Mexican How"do you rate your progress? Tick the chart.
5 I (.1) American (x) Canadian
6 They (x) Greek (.r) Italian Excellent Good OK Can do better
7 You (x) English (.1) Scottish **** *** ** *

From one
country ... to

2 Luis Fernand es is
P ortu g u ese.
Luis is nin etee n yea rs
old. His fa th e r is a
waiter in a rest:turant
in Lond on.
H is step m oth er is

Neven a Koleva is Bulga ri a n. 'I'm in t he music business.

At th e mo m en t she a n d he r parents I lik e house mu sic a n d
li ve i n Warsaw, the capita l o f mp and I lik e MTV. My
Poland. Ncvena is a student at a ambition is lo be a disc
foreign language sc hoo l in t h e jockey in Lisbon. I live
centre of Warsaw. in London with m y
father and ste pmoth e r.
' My name is Nevena Koleva and I ~peak Portuguese a nd
I' m fourteen. I spea k Bu lgarian, English. My fat her's family
of co u rse, and Russian, E ng lis h are from Oporto, a city in th e
a n d Polish. I like Ame r ica n h eavy north of Port uga l. I miss the h ot
m e ta l groups.' sum me rs in Portuga l but I like t h e people here.'

3 Marius Frincu is
Roma nia n.
Mari us is sixteen . H e is
from B uchares t, the
ca pi ta l of Ro m ania.
Roma ni an is h is first
language a nd English is
his second language. At
the moment he is a n
exc ha nge st ud e n t a t a h ig h
sc h ool in Seattle o n the Pacific
nor t h -west coast of t he USA.

'My mother and fathe r are n 't h e re. They're at

hom e in Bucharest. I miss my m other a n d m y
father but I like l ife he re in Seattle. It's
a) Read about some people who co me fro m one country but live in
another. Copy and complete the chart.

Nevena M ariu s
- - -Luis
- Genet
Country of origin :
Present country:
First language:
Other languages :

b) Make questions for th ese answers.

Nevena Marius
1 She's fourteen. 7 f'ri ncu.
2 She's from Bulgaria. 8 Romanian.
3 ll's in the centre of Warsa w. 9 They're in Bu charesl.

Luis Genet
4 He's nineteen. 10 On Tuesday and Thursday.
5 He's Portuguese. 11 She's America n.

Ethiopian. 6 To be a disc jockey. 12 No, it isn't. It's small.

'f\ ly nam e is
Ge ne t Abebe.
I'm from a sma ll 2) 8 Listen
v illage in
Elh iopia a nd Listen to an interview with a student of English and copy and
I am twe nty- complete the information.
two. I spea k
Am haric. I live in
T o ronto in Ca nada Surname:....................................... First name: .................................... ..
w ith my brothe r and Age: .............. Nationality: ........................................................................
h is fa m ily. I m iss m y
Home town: ...................................................................................................
p:1re nts back i n Et hi opia but
Address in England: ...~<J.'.!.c/.P..!U<J.U.'.1.1 .. G!!Hg(Q.r.</..B.C?. 9.r;!i.. .............. ..
I l ik e Canada ve r y mu ch . I go
to h1gli~h classes . T h ey are on
Tu l·s day and Thu rsda y. My Languages spoken: ................................................................................. ..
teacher i ~ an American woman.
The class is n 't ve r y big a nd m y
En g lish is q ui te good now.'

3) Write
Write Dima's personal profile. Then write about yourself.

My name is Oima. . . .

4) Speak Who am I?

Imagine you are a famous living person. Give five facts about
yourself. The class must guess who you are. Do not say your name.
Example facts:
1 I'm Canadian. 2 I'm a woman. 3 I'm a famous singer.
a/ Use photographs and
postcards to ill ustrate a project
about you . Use Em ily's project
be low to help you.

Im tnU.0 Fr-eem.t:vl. C{nd r'n-t tn:JL.SA.. I'm

Introd uce
_..,_ ___. fov.rte~. Im caJA.ed. 'En1. for slwr-t M!f bes1:
~,,_ Jn·~&( 15 Shes .fonn ~t~. lhJs
ts tit phdf°!)r&lph ofme~ /(tf-sty t:tJ1d
b~/riend. on BriJJit-1»1. ~·er. He's~
------ 5 fu.tJf enf at 111.e Bri,jti.lmt {Ou_r;e of A.rt-.

I UV-e ~ 'Br-i!/t~ChL, a. &._J f:uw>'I.. cm tlu.

sovJ:h. ccmst of Fn::;l..a.nd. . I &.'k_e
BN_JJvtcm. It 5 a s eCA. -:nt:J.e r-estn+ and
();'5 gr-ea.i- 1.~ s~

singers and 1 lJ<.e al), Surt'~ of nUA5lC . M!J /auuuN'fe
1V series you band. ~t fhe h't.tJ7'1'te#1..f 15 Ugt:J 14.·p( Toe.
like .
......,_ _,..... l also IAk.e 56~ . I uke fAeAusfm~n.

7// serie~ 'Nei!jAJ:)(rnrs'. Its rt?<;t~ gCIUZJ(.

Bill Haley and his Comets
Bill Haley wa s famous in the 1950s. He was the world's first rock 'n'
roll star. Rock around the Clock, a hit all over the world, was the
theme song in t he film The Blackboard Jungle. Bil l Haley's other hits
includ e Shake, Rattle and Roll, and See You Later, Alligator!.

•.......... o'clock. four o'clock. rock.

•••••••••• o'clock. eight o'clock. rock.
•••••••••• o'clock. twelve o'clock. rock.
We're gonna rock around the clock tonight.
Put your glad rags on, and join me, hon,
We'll have some fun when the clock strikes 4. ••••••••• ,
We're gonna rock around the clock tonight,
We're gonna roe~ roe~ roe~ 'tll broad daylight,
We're gonna roe~ gonna roe~ around the clock tonight.
When the clock strikes 5•••••••••• , and three and 6 ••••••••••,
If the band slows down we'll yell for more,
We're gonna rock around the clock tonight, (etc.)
When the chimes ring 1•••••••••• and 8 •••••••••• and 9 •••••••••• ,
We'll be rockin' up in seventh heaven,
We're gonna rock around the clock tonight, (etc.)
When it's 10••••••• • ••, too,
We'll be goin' strong and so will you,
We're gonna rock around the clock tonight, (etc.)
When the clock strikes"...•.•..••, we'll cool off, then,
Start a rockin' 'round the clock again,
We're gonna rock around the clock tonight, (etc.)

1) Listen and complete the lyrics of the song.

Then check on page 122 to see if you were right.

2) Guess the meaning of these words and phrases

from the song.
• glad rags • to j oin • to strike • broad daylight
• to yell • chimes • seventh heaven • to cool off

3) Look at these words from the song. What's the

correct written form of each word?
1 gonna 2 hon 3 'til 4 rockin' 5 goin'

4 ) Do you like the song? Why?/Why not?

Lea rni ng g oa l s
I've got Communication
Talk about your family

two sisters. Talk about people's appearance

Possessive adjectives: our, your, their
Genitive apostrophes: singular ('s)
The Freeman Family
and plural (s')
Verb hove/hos got
grandmother grandfather)
a lot of
Alison I ... Bill -
Question words: How many?, Why?.

J;)-, _~_:_~_:~_
Linker: because
Vocabu lary
Family members
- Persona l appea rance

b~o~her l sister brother cousin

Emi ly Charlie Jennifer (Spike)
2/ ..:.:J Sound bite
The sounds I c) I and I cl /
1) Vocabulary Family members
brother .da ughter (Look at page 123.}
B Listen and repeat the words and phrases.

mother and fa t her = parents 3) Practice

grandmother and grandfather = grandparents
Look at the photograph below and
son and daughter = children
identify the people in the Freeman
grandson and gra nddaughter = grandchildren
stepmother and stepfather = when your mother or your father
are remarried
= a married couple
= you have no brothers or sisters

Grammar flash
Gr a mm a r sna ps hot
Genitive a postrophe s: singular ('s) and plural (s')
This is Emily's room. Luke and Daniel are in that room.
We call it the boys' room. Possessive adj ectives

Make a ru le. Singular Plural

I -+ my we -+ our
Where do we put the genitive apostrophe with regu la r
plural nouns? you -+ your you -+ your
she -+ her they -+ their
he -+ his
How do you say these sentences in your language?
4) Practice 1 Kirsty is his friend.
a) Rewrite the sentences with the genitive 2 Kirsty and Cara are her friends.
apostrophe in the correct place. 3 Luke is their son.
Where are Emilys parents? 4 Luke and Charlie are their sons.
Where ore Emily's paren ts?
Whal's your leach ers name?
His brothers name is Charlie.
3 Th e boys names are Luke and Charlie.
s) Practice
4 Wh at's his girlfriends name? Complete the sentences with our, your or their.
5 What's your mothers first name? I We like ... English classes. Th ey're great!
6 Her sons names are Charlie and Luke. . .. teacher is called Glenn and he's Canadian.
b) Say three things about each person in Luke's 2 l know Luke and Emily's address but l don't
family. know . . . telephone number.
3 Hello, Mr and Mrs Freeman. Is that ... car over
Emily is:
• Sally and Tom's daughter.
4 We like Manchester United. lt's ... favourite
•Alison's granddaughter.
football team.
• Spike's cousin.
6/ ..:.:) Listen and read
Charli e: I lave you gol brothers or sisters,
Daniel: I haven't got a brother but I've
go t two sisters.
Charli e: What are their names?
Daniel: Louise an d Sophie.
Charlie : How many cousins have yo u got?
Daniel: Cousins? I don't know.
Charlie: Why don'l you know?
Daniel: Because I've got a very big family.
Charlie: We've got a cousin call ed Spike. Have you got a girl friend, Luke?
Daniel: Spike! That's a funny name. Yes, I have. Her name's Rebecca .
Charlie: It's not her real name. It's her She 's got long dark hair and
nickname. Her real name's brown eyes.
Jennifer. She's sixteen and she's Daniel : ls she pretty?
got a tattoo! She's very bossy. Luke: Yes, she is. I've got a lot of
photos of her at home.
7/ Comprehension
8/ .:.:) Useful phrases
Correct the se ntences. Listen and repea t.
Louise and Sophie are Daniel'.;; cousins. • That's a funny name.
Louise and Sophie are Daniel's sisters. • Why? (= Why do you ask?)
Spike is Luke 's girlfriend.
2 Jennifer is a nickname.
3 Luke's cousin is fourteen.
4 Rebecca is Daniel's girlfriend.

Grammar snapshot

Verb have/ has got How many ...... ?

Positive statements Negative statements

How many cousins have
I've got a brother. I haven't got a sister.
you got?
She's/ He's got a sister. She/ He hasn't got a brother.
We've/You've /They've got a brother. We/You /They haven't got brothers.
I've got a lot of cousins.
Questions Short answers
Positive Negative I haven't got a lot of cousins.
Have you got a sister? Yes, I have. No, I haven't. a brother.
Has he I she got a brother? Yes, he/ she has. No, he/she hasn't.
Have you/ we/ they got a sister? Yes, we/you/they have. No, we/you/they

9) Practice 10) Communication

a) Complete the sentences with the correct form of Talking about your family
have got. ..,. Have you got any brothers or
(he?) a sister? He (.1) two sisters but (x) a brother. sisters?
Has he got a sister? Yes, he's got two sisters but he hasn't ..,. Yes, I've got a brother and a
got a brother. sister.
1 Daniel (.1) a school friend in Canada called Matthew. ..,. What are their names?
2 1 (.I) two sisters but 1 (x) a brother. ..,. My brother is called Paul and
3 We (.1) a cousin in Australia. my sister is called Alice.
4 Emily (.1) a penfriend in Scandinavia. .... How many cousins have you
5 (you?) a sister? 1 (x) a sister but 1 (.1) a brother. got?
6 Emily (x) a boyfriend . .... I don't know. I think I've got
7 Luke (.I) a photo of his girlfriend . about eight.

b) Complete the sentences with have/has Now ask and answer about
or haven't/hasn't. your family.
... .. you got brothers or sisters?
2 Luke ..... got nice photos of Rebecca.
3 She ..... got a lot of friends.
4 We ... .. got a lot of cousins in Australia.
5 They ..... got grandchildren.
6 My sister . . .. . got a lot of good computer games.
7 ..... you got a lot of photos of your grandparents?
11) Voca bulary
Persona l appeara nce
Look at the photog raphs of the
famous people. Choose words
from the boxes to descri be
their hair and eyes.
Hair style
• long • short • straight
• curly • wavy • medium length
12) B Listen
a) Listen to a boy describing
himself and his family. Note
the people's age, hair colour,
hair style and eye colour.
• mother • father • Matthew
• Mark • Ka te

b) Now give information

about your appearance.
I've got ...

13) Communication
Sir. Mqe 1v1¢ Talking about appeara nce
... What sort of hair has your
Jtd ?rtdtova. sister got?
... She's got long blonde ha ir.
101h Jtu1e .,.. What colou r eyes has she got?
Del!/' ;f;f..; .,.. She's got blue eyes.
My 17((/!1e A11ca. ?opesct<. ItVll lhirlee11 yett.rS old
Now ask and answer about
IVIC1' I he w1tl! 111y ftV111'/y /11 S11w'tl..
your family and friends.
I've jOI O/le s1'SI~ A11a.. Sk's li'flee11 IVIC1' ks jOI
/0111 6/otde /JtVr IVIC1' jree11 eyes. Sk 's very ;0relly. I've
a.lso jOI A-vo 6rolkrs. V!d ls seve!l/ee11. lie 's jOI s/x:Jrl
ftVr /JtVr IVIC1' IS very la!f lie loves 1110lor6l/es. 14) Read and write
My olkr 6rolkr IS ca.fled M1/JtV: lie 's 11l11elee11 d
a) Read a letter from a
very c;ood-loof/11j· lie 's jOI s/x:Jrl /Ja;;r 6ectU<.Se k's /11 Romanian girl to a penfriend.
lk qll!!f lie 's a. 61f 6ossy 6t<I k's ;rxxJ fm . Then try to identify the people
My jrd"ttlkr ls dePd My jrm::l1110lkr ls sevet.o/-111~.
in the photograph.
Wkfl I've jOI a. ;0ro6/e111 I dw¥ Id/ lo kr lid.
?lease wnfe soO/l d le/I h1e a.Pot</ y+Jtv ftV!lll!f b) If you've got a problem,
who do you t alk to first in your
First I talk to ... . Then I talk to ...
and .. ..
c) Use Anca's letter to write a
similar letter about your fa mily.

t Rebecca's _:_:j Read the story and try to
guess the miss ing words. Th en
listen and see if you were right.

Look __ a new computer game. Daniel?

~-~~_J-~~~~--i He's our exch ange
Sorry, Rebecca, but I must go. student. Remember?
Daniel's at home on his own.

I just wondered . __ boys with

da rk hair and blue eyes.
L earn ing goals
Commun ica t ion
Talk about likes and dislikes
Present simple
Adverbs of degree: very much, a lot, at all
Object pronouns: me, you, him, her, it,
us, them
Vocab ulary
Types of music
4/ Pra ct ice
a/ Copy t he chart. Write your answers in


Co lumn 1, using the key.

Do you like 1 You 2 Your partner

country music?
Grammar snapshot hamburgers?
Present simple (// you / we/ they) chocolate?

Positive statements Negative statements Key
like reggae. I don't like heavy metal. ./=Yes, I do. x = No, I don't OK= It's OK/They're OK.
You You
We We
b). Now ask your partner the questions and fill in
They They
his/her answers in Column 2.
Questions Short answers A: Do you like Sting?
Do you like reggae? Yes, do. s: Yes, I do./No, I don't./He's OK.
we we
they they c) Tell the cl ass about three th ings you like and
t hree things you don't like.
No, I don't.
we / like hamburgers and coke.
they /like tea but I don't like coffee.
I don't like ballet or country music.
Make ru les for /, you, we and they.
.... 1 To make a question, we use do.
2 To make a negative statement, we use .... s) B Soundbite The sound I A I
Present simple (he/ she/ it) does doesn't (Look at page 123.}

Positive statements Negative statements

He likes rap. He J doesn't like reggae. 6) Practice
She She
a) Ask and answer about other people in the class.
Questions Short answers
A: Does Mario like Sting?
Does he like reggae? Yes, he does.
B: Yes, he does./No, he doesn't.
she she
No, he doesn't. b) Talk about people in your class like this.
she Mario doesn't like Sting.
Make rul es for he, she and it. c) Ask and answer about t he people in Exercise 2.
1 To make a positive statement, we add the letter
A: Does Daniel like rock/techno?
... to the main verb.
B: Yes, he does./No, he doesn't.
2 To make a question, we use ....
A: Do Daniel's parents like ... ?
3 To make a negative statement, we use ....
d) Write about Daniel, Luke, and Daniel's parents.
Daniel likes ...

1) Vocabulary
Types of music
a) Match the pictures with
the types of music.
• classical • heavy metal
• soul •jazz • pop
• country and western s) Practice
• rock • reggae 8 Complete the dialogue with the correct object pronoun. Then
b) Write down other types of listen and see if you were right.
music you know. • me • him • her • it • us • you • them
salsa, folk, ... Cara: l've got the new Annie Lennox album called Do you still
love 'me?.
Kirsty: Grea t! Can I hear 2• • • ?
Grammar flash
Cara: OK. I've got Gloria Estefan too. Do you like 1•.• ?
Kirsty: Yes, she's OK. But she's not my favourite singer.
Cara's brother, Lee, comes in.
Object pronouns
Lee: The music's very loud!
Singular Plural Cara: No, it isn't. Anyway, we don 't want •... here.
1- me we - us Go away and leave 5 . . . alone!
you - you you -vou Lee: With pleasure!
he - him they - them He goes out and slams the door.
she - her Cara: Sometimes 1 really hate 6 •••
it - it Kirsty: Where are your headphones?
Cara: I've got 1 . . . here.

9) Communication
Talking about likes and dislikes
.... Do you like Aretha Franklin?
.... Yes, I do. I like her a lot.
..,.. I think she's brilliant.
..,.. Do you like Metallica?
.... No, I don't like them very mu ch/ at all .
.... I hate them. I think they're awful/ rubbish I terrible.

The phrases very much, a lot and at all come after
the verb and object.

a) Ask and answe r about the singers and types of

music in Exercise 7. Make a note of your partner's
b) Now tell the class about the singers and the
types of music that your partner likes.
Moria likes ... . She's crazy about ... . She hates ... .
She thinks he's/she's/it's/they're rubbish.

10 ) Write
Choose some people in your family or some
friends. Write about the music, singers and bands
they like. i1
I like
heavy metal I
M3 -m.111er ukesjaZ'Z.
lle'Ggof a cot(editrn. o,C
LQVt1$ ArmG'IY~ rea:rr~s. J
I 1 .

M!J 111trfher Aoesn'f ?k.e l

jt1zz ver3 11'Uf.dt bt-<t-
sh.e Likes sour.

~~ 45
Classical meets
Vanessa-Mae, the girl with the electric
violin, talks to Miranda Gray
anessa-Mae Vanakorn Nicholson is only sixteen

V years old, but she is a world-famous violinist.

When she plays classical violin concertos on her
electric violin, the world listens.
Vanessa-Mae is Thai-Chinese. Her mother is Chinese and
her natural father is Thai. She is from Singapore, but she
now lives in London with her mother and her English
stepfat her. She's got cousins, aunts, uncles an d
grandparents in Thailand, Singapore, China and England.
Because of her professional training, Vanessa-Mae loves
class ical music, especially Mozart, Beethoven and
Tchaikovsky, but she also li kes the Beatles, Elvis Presley and
Michael Jackson.
'I li ke Prince as well as Paganini,' says Vanessa-Mae.
'I like them all and I want to play what I like.' And that's the
Some of Vanessa-Mae's teachers are unha ppy about her
music. They don't like the mixture of classical and pop
on her CDs.

11) Read 13) B Listen

a) Before you read, find out the meaning of the foll owing words Emily is on the phone. Answer
and phrases. the questions.
• natural fath er • professiona l training • especially • mixture 1 Who phones Emi ly?
2 Who do they talk about?
b) Read and answer.
3 What fo ur questions does
What's unusual about Vanessa-Mae's violin? this person ask about Daniel?
2 Why does she live in Brita in? (Because ... ) 4 What are the answers?
3 What sort of music does she like?
4 What's the problem for Vanessa-Mae?
c) Think about it.
14) Helpline

Are Vanessa-Mae's music teachers right? Ask about spelling,

Is it wrong to mix styles of music? pronunciation and meaning.
• How do you say ... in
12) Write • How do yo u spell .. . ?
Choose one of your favourite bands at the moment and say w~at • How do you pronounce th at
each member does in the band. word?
I like 'Teenage Fanclub' very much. They're a band from Glasgow in
• What does ... mean?
Scotland. Norman Brown sings and plays the Spanish guitar. Gerry Kern Ask your teacher some
plays the electric guitar, Raymond Campbell plays the bass guitar, Paul questions.
Chalmers plays the drums and Jon Holm plays th e keyboards.
• Fast rewind uNITS 6 and 7

Grammar 5/ Complete the sentences with the correct object

1/ Choose the correct word in each sentence.
Does Emily like Daniel? Yes. She likes Nm a lot.
What sort of car have/ has he got?
1 Where's Daniel's video camera? Have you got .. .?
1 I haven't I hasn't got a bike. 2 I like Dire Straits but my boyfriend hates ....
2 Have I Has you got an atlas? 3 I've got an aunt in Australia but I don't know ... very
3 We hasn't/ haven't got any brothers or sisters. well.

4 He haven't I hasn't got a girlfriend. 4 Tom and I are at home tonight. Please come and see ....
5 Daniel has/ have got dark hair. 5 It's a problem. I li ke ... but he doesn't like ....
6 Who is/ has got Luke's atlas? 6 Your grandmother loves ... all very much.
7 Have I Has they got a big flat?

2) Complete the sentences with these words.

• a • an • some • any
Have you got WlY. cousins? 6) Sort the words into five groups: family, types of
1 I've got ... sister but I haven't got ... brothers. music, colours, school words, words to describe
2 They haven't got ... grandchildren. hair.
3 We've got .. . cassettes, but we haven't got ... cassette • rock • short • green • soul • exercise book • long
recorder. • son • wavy • jazz • sister • paper • fol k • red
4 Have you got ... Gloria Estefan CDs? • grey • dictionary • uncle • father • pen • eraser
5 Here's ... English dictiona ry fo r you. • curly • blue • straight • techno • brown • daughter
6 He's got ... '1 ice photos of her in ... album.

J/ Complete the sentences with the correct Communication

possessive adjective.
I'm Luke and this is rrlY sister, Emily. 7) In pairs, do the following things. Then write a
1 This is Luke. Emily is ... sister. sentence for each one.
2 This is Mr and Mrs Freeman. Emily is ... daughter. Say how many cousins you've got.
3 A: Hello, what's ... name? B: My na me's Charli e. Say what colour hair and eyes you've got.
4 My name's Tom Freeman, and this is ... wife, Sally. Describe the appearance of a film or N star you know.
These are ... th ree children. Talk about types of music you like and don't like.
5 Hel lo, Mr and Mrs Freeman. Is that ... house over Ta lk about music your friends like.
there? Ta lk about some singers/ bands/groups/footba ll players
6 This is Emily. Kirsty is ... best friend. you like.

4) Write sentences using the prompts and the

correct form of the verb like.
you/chocolate/ (?)
Progress u~date Uqjts 6 and 7
Do you like chocolate? How do you rate your progress? Tick the chart.
sheI London I (x)
.Excellent Good OK Can do better
She doesn't like London.
1 she/ chocolate/ (x) **** *** ** *
2 the ch ildren/ coke/ (.r)
3 I/cold tea/ (x) Vocabulary
- - - - - - - -·
4 she/her English teacher/a lot/ (.r)
5 Emily/Daniel/(?)
6 they/rap/ (x)
7 Emily/Spike/very much/ (x)

Learn in g go a l s
Commun ication
As~ "r>r perrn1ss1on

Asr-. and say the time

Buy things in shops
Present simple with fixed times
Question words: How long?,
How much?
Preposition of time: at
Verb can (permission)
Vocabu lary
Clock times
Fast food and drinks
English money

4/ Vocabu lar y
Clock times

half past six = six thirty midday = twelve o'clock in the daytime
quarter past six = six fifteen midnight = twelve o'clock at night quarter to qua rte r past

one minute = 60 seconds a. m. = in the morning

twenty to
one hour = 60 minutes p.m. = in the afternoon/evening

ha lf past

5/ Pract ice to

a/ Look at the clocks on the right and say the times.

1 It's quarter past eleven.
b) Use the clock t im es to make the~ ' conversations.
A: Wh at's the time? 2 A: lt's late. Let's go.
B: Relax! lt's only quarter B: Why, what's the rush?
past eleven! A: lt's .. ..
c) Answer the questions.
How long is your : I English lesson? 2 school term?

Grammar flash

Preposition of time: at
What time does it start? It starts at six.
What time does it end? It ends at half past eight.
Make a rule. ® ®
To say what time things happen, we use the preposition ... 10
11 12 I

with the clock time.

6) Interaction (j) ®
Student B: Tum to page 121.
Student A: Look at the cinema advertisement and ask questions to
find out what films are on and what time th ey start. Then answer
Student B's questions.

! !~:;2~:o::r:e:,:~? , ~
What's on in Brighton this week?
Screen 1 ? ? 1 £ ~~1
B: It starts at five fifty/ten
to six.
Screen 2
Screen 3
Speed3 4.30 ® ===== @)
? ?
Screen 4 Superman 7.00
Screen 5 ? ?

t ..... ... .. . ~!L "J

7/ ~Liste n and re ad
Spike: Wai l a 111 inule ! I wanl lo buy a drink .
C111 I have an orang e ju ice. pl ease?
Girl: Thal·s C1.20.
Spike: Whal abou t you, Dan iel?
Da niel: The same fo r me, please.
Luke: How much is a coke?
Girl: A regular is 75p and a large is£ 1.00.
Luke: OK. Can I have a large one, please?
Em ily: How much are the sweets?
Girl: They're £ 1.95 a packet.
Emi ly: Tha t's expe nsive. Can 1 have some
popcorn, please?
Girl: Regular or large?
Emily : Reg ular, please.
Girl: That's £ 1.60, please . Here yo u are.
Emily : Thanks.
8/ Comprehens i on 9/ Vocabula ry Fast food and drinks
Look at the list of snacks. Say which food
What do Spike, Da niel, Luke and Emily buy?
and dri nk you like.
~fJik~ buvs ..

10) Interaction
Student B: Turn to page 121.
Student A: Find out from Student B the
missing prices on the list of snacks. Then
answer Student B's questions.
A: How much is a hamburger?
B: It's two pounds twenty.

11) Communication
Buying things
.... Can I have a hot dog, please?
.... Yes, certainly. Here you are .
.... Thank you. How much is it7
.... It's £2.15 (two pounds fifteen) .
.... Can I have two espresso coffees, please?
..,.. Of course .
.... How much are they?
.... They're £1 .70 (one pound seventy).
You are out with a friend. Use the list of
snacks to buy something to eat and drink.

12) 8 Listen
Complete this dialogue. Then listen and see
if you were right.
You: . . . a coke, please?
Assistant: Yes, ... . Large or regular?
You: ... a large one?
Assistant :One pound.
You: . .. a regular ... , please?
Assistan t:That's seventy-five pence.
You : And . .. swee ts?
Assistant: . .. one pound ninety-five a
You: OK. Can 1 have a packet, please?
Assistant: That's .. . . Enjoy the film .
You : Thanks.

65p =sixty-five p /pi:/ or pence

£1 = a pound I one pound 13) . Helpline
£1.50 = one pound fifty (pence)
£2.75 = two pounds seventy-five (pence) Record new words.
Make lists of words in your vocabulary book
under headings. 51
14/ Communication
Asking fo r permission
~ Can I come in, please7
~ Yes, (of cou rse) you can .
~ Can I borrow your bike7
~ No, I'm sorry. I'm afraid you
a) Match these phrases with the
• come in (,1)
• wa tch TY (x}
• go to the toilet (,1)
• listen to this CD (,1)
• use your mobile phon e (x)
• borrow your bike (x)
• play your guitar (x)
• look at your magazine (,1)
b) Now ask for and give (.I) or
refuse (x) permission for each

15) l .. ) Sound bite

The sounds I re / and I a: I
c~n c~n't (Look at page 123 .)

16) B Listen
Li sten and find out which of
these things Charlie borrows.
• a pa ir of rollerskates
• a bicycle
• a footba ll
• a computer

At B ighton on
Read the story and try to
guess the missing word s. Then
listen and see if you were righ t.
Sa tu rday 10. 15 p.m.
Sundoy midday.
Let's __ to the Royal Pavi lion
com e in for a coffee 7
I'm fine. Is it late ?

Learning goals
Welcome to Communication
Ask and say where places are

Brighton. Ask and talk about places and faci lities

Ma ke suggestions with let 's
Prepositions of place: in/on (a road},
next to, near, behind, in front of,

in the centre of, on the corn er of,
Brighton is a popular seaside opposite, between ... and ...
resort on the south coast of England, near
London. Visitors now come to Brighton from
all over the world to see the Royal Pavi lion,
t he Palace Pier and the many beautiful
there is and there are
Indefinite pronoun: one
Verb want+ infinitive
Regency houses. They also come to enjoy the Places in towns
Leisure activities
sea air, the shopping and the nightlife, and to I

study English at the many language schools.

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King Alfred Leisure 7 Duke of York's Cinema 13 Tourist Information Office
Centre 8 Prince Regent Swimming 14 Town Hall
Grand Hotel Pool 15 Royal Pavilion
Brighton Centre 9 Museum 16 Cannon Cinema
Odeon Cinema 10 Dome Theatre 17 Bus Station
Clock Tower 11 Theatre Royal 18 Palace Pier
Railway Station 12 The Lanes 19 Sea Life Centre
fd Grammar snapshot
1/ • • J Listen and read

- -
Preposit ions of pl ace

in/on (a road)

_J L
in the centre of
Three tourists in Brighton ask where pl aces are. Li sten
and read. Then look at the map and find the pl aces.
Man: Excuse me, where's the railway station?
Woman: It's on Terminus Road.

,. _JL Man: Thank you.

- -
next to on the corner of Girl: Excuse me, where's the Sea Life Centre?
• Boy: It's between Madeira Drive and Marine

Girl: Thank you.
near opposite

• •• Boy:
Girl :
Excuse me, where are The Lanes?
They're near the Tourist lnformation Office.

behind between ... and ... Boy: Thanks.

• 2) Practice
in front of
Look at the map and the key and say where the
following places are. Use the prepositions in brackets.
a) the ,Grand Hotel (on)
bl the bus station (near)
c) the Tourist ln formation Office (opposite)
d) the Brighton Centre (on the corner of)
e) the clock tower (between)
f) the museum (next to)

3) 8 Listen
Listen to the conversations and check your answers to
Exercise 2.
4/ .:.:J Listen and read 6/ .::J Useful phrases
Dan iel: Luke. what's the Kin9 Al fred Leisure Listen and repeat.
Cen tre?
• What else?
Luke: It 's a ~ porb centre. lt"s in Hove 0 11
• It sounds grea t!
Kingsway. Here it is on the map. • Yes, sure.
Da niel: Is it good ?
• [Hove] is pretty dead.
Luke : Yes, th ere's a swimming pool, there are
• Yeah, good idea.
water chutes and badminton courts and
a ten - pin bowling alley ... er ... Wh at
else ?...
7/ Vocabulary Places in towns
Dani el: It so unds great! Let's go one day.
Luke: OK. Hey, do you wan t lo go to a disco Match the words with the correct definitions and
one evening? write sentences.
Daniel: Yes, sure. Are there any good discos in le) A sports centre is a place where you can swim and
Hove? play sports.
Luke: No, there aren't. Hove's pretty dead but sports centre a) buy clothes and furniture
there are some really good clubs and 2 post office b) buy fashion clothes
discos in Brighton.
3 department store c) swim and play sports
Daniel : OK. Let's go out one evening next week. 4 boutique d) buy newspapers
Emily: Yeah, good idea.
5 disco e) have a cup of coffee
6 cafe t) park your car
7 bank g) change money
s) Comprehension 8 chemist's h) buy aspirins
Answer T (true), F (false) or OK (don't know). 9 newsagent's i) go dancing
10 supermarket j) see a film
11 car park k) buy stamps
12~ cinema 1) buy food

6 Emily doesn't want to
go to a disco.
Grammar sna pshot
9/ Over to you
Ask and answer about

places nea r your

th ere is/there are partn er's home.

Positive Negative
A: Is there a good
clothes shop near
There's a Sea Life Centre in Brighton. There isn't a Sea Life Centre in our town.
your home?
There are three cinemas in Brighton. There aren't any cinemas in our town.
There's one in West Stree t.
B: No, there isn't./Yes,
there is. There's one in
Question Short answers ... Street.
Is there a theatre in your town? Yes, there is. A: Are there any good
No, there isn't. clubs?
Are there any late-night cafes? Yes. there are./ No, there aren't. B: Yes, there are two./
No, there aren't.
Make a rul e.
When the object is singular (disco, cafe, swimming pool) we use there ... . Ask about:
2 When the object is plural (discos, cafes, swimming pools) we use there ... .
• a clothes shop
• clubs
• cafes

8)' Practice • a department store

• superma rkets
Work in pairs. look at the map below and ask and answer about places in • bookshops
St James's Street. • discos
A: Is there a (car park) near here? • a sports cen t re
B: Yes, there is. There's one next to ... .
Yes, there are two. There's one ... and one ....
No, there isn't. 10) B Listen
You want: a) Listen to six clues
to park y our car 6 to buy a newspaper and guess wh ere you
2 t o change some money 7 to buy so me aspirin are in th e world.
3 to have a cup of coffee 8 to go dancing
b) Write a simi lar
4 to buy some new clothes 9 to find out some tourist information
puule about a city or
5 to see a film 10 to buy some sta mps
famous place in your

Car part

13/ Communication
Making and responding to
.,.. Let's watch a video on Saturday
even ing.
.,.. Oh, no. Not a video again'
.... Let's go to the cinema
instead.fl want to ...
.... OK. Good idea.

a) In groups of three, plan

your Saturday night.
b/ Now tell the class.
Emilio wonts to ... but Mig uel and
I want to ...

14) 8 Listen
Listen and choose the place
the group decide to go to.
• have a barbecue


... ... ... ... .. .... ............



1 s) Helpline

Find out from a dictionary how

to pronounce words.
Look at this example from a
11) Vocab u Ia ry Leisure activities dictionary.

a) Match the activities with the pictures.

b) Sort the activities into three or four groups. Pronunciation

Explain the reason for your groups.
Make a list of new words in
this unit. Look them up in a
dictionary. Copy the words and
12) 8 Soundbite The sound I ::iu I mark the stressed syllable or
nQ dQn't (Look at page 123.) syllables.

• Fast rewind UNI TS sand 9

Grammar 6) Write the prices in words.

sop fifty pence
1/ Complete each quest ion with do or can.
1 20p 2 El 3 El .60 4 E2.45 5 £3.99
How .c19. you pronounce this word?
1 ... I come in? 7/ Unjumb le the words for food and drink.
2 .. . you live in Brighton?
eat tea
3 ... I have an orange juice, please?
4 ... I borrow your computer? 1 fecofe 2 tesesw 3 grbahemur 4 proconp
5 ... you repeat that, please? 5 locohtace 6 thogod 7 granoe ceuji 8 cei mraec
6 How ... you spell your name?

2/ Complete the sentences with the correct Communication

question words.
• How7 • How long? • How much? s) Choose the correct response.
rl.°.":IJ.o.n.9 is your school term? Can I have an orange juice, please?
1 ... is a packet of popcorn? a) Yes, is it. b) Yes. here you are. cl Yes, here one is.
2 ... are you today? Can I use your mobile phone?
3 ... does the ticket cost? a) I'm afraid you can't. b) I'm afraid no.
4 ... is Dan iel here for? cl I'm afraid you don't. It's at home.
5 ... is your mother?
2 What's Lu ke's telephone number?
3) Complete the sentences with the correct form a) I not know. b) I don't know. cl I know not.
of there is/isn't and there are/aren't. 3 Let's go to the cinema.
~!.~J~~'.~ any good clubs in your town? a) Yes, we go. b) I like it. cl Good idea.
1 ... a sports centre in my town. 4 Can I have a hamburger, please?
2 ... a car park near here? a) Yes, you can have. b) Have a nice hamburger.
3 ... any good discos in Hove. c) Yes, certainly.
4 ... some good shops in the centre of Brighton.
5 ... a theatre in Hove but there's one in Brighton. 9) In pairs, do t he following things. Then write a
sentence for each one.
4/ Complete the sentences with the correct
Ask what time it is.
Ask the price of a hamburger.
1 The su perm arket is ... the cinema. (behind I next) Ask about a good cafe near the school.
2 The cinema is ... the police station. (next/ opposite) Say where your favourite clothes shop is.
3 The bus station is ... of the market. (in front/ behind) Say what film is on at a cinema near you.
4 The bank is ... the post office and the cafe. (on the Say what time your lessons end for the day.
corner of I between) Say what time your favourite N progra mme starts.
5 The supermarket is on ... of North Street and East Suggest a place to go at the weekend.
Street. (the corner I front)
6 The hotel is ... the station. (between/near)
Progress update Units 8 and 9

How do you rate your progress? Tick the chart.

Excellent Good OK Can do better
s) Write the times in full. **** *** ** *
7. 10 ten past seven Grammar
1 4.30 4 10.50 7 3.40 Vocabulary
2 8.1 5 5 11.35 8 1.10 Communication
3 9.00 6 12.25 9 5.45

.. ,..~.

W eatherhead High School is a large school

near Liverpool in the north-west of
England. There are 1,350 pupils at the school.
Kate is quiet and likes music. Ha nnah is clever
and likes school. Lucy is the bossy one and is
very good at sports. 'She's a real star on the
Weatherhead is unusual for two reasons: first, sports field,' says her mother. Sarah is the funny
because it is an all-girls' school. and second, one and likes jokes. Ruth loves danger and likes
because the Walton sisters are pupils there. to do things her own way. 'You can 't tell her
anything,' says her mother. And Jenny likes
Graham and Jan Walton live in Wallasey, a
dancing and singing. Her dream is to go into
town on the River Mersey, opposite Liverpool.
show business and work in Spain.
They have got six children and they are all girls.
There's nothing unusual about that, but the Naturally, they have got lots of friends.
Walton sisters are unique. They are the only 'Sometimes there are about twenty teenagers
all-girl sextuplets in the world. in the house at the same time. But I like it,' says
their mother.
The sisters are the same age and have the same
parents but in other ways they are different. Have they got any pets? 'Well, we've got a dog
Four of them have got blonde hair and two called Peggy. She's a lso female,' says Graham,
have got light brown hair. They have got their father, 'so I' m completely outnumbered!'
different personalities and they like different
a) Read the article and answer t he questions.
Wh ere is Liverpool'?
2 Wh ere do the Walton fa mily live?
3 How many daughters have Mr and Mrs Walton got?
4 Why are the Walton sisters unusual?
5 Wh ere do they go to school?
6 Have the girls all got blonde hair?
7 Have they got the same personali ties?
8 Why is their father 'outnumbered'?

b) Match t he sist ers with t he descript ions.

She likes tennis and swimming.
2 She's good at English and French and she likes school.
3 She plays the piano and she likes Mozart.
4 Her drea m is to work in another country.
5 She tells jokes all the time.
6 She likes dangerous things.

2) 8 Liste n
Listen to an intervi ew with a mother of t wins. Answer T (true) or F (fa lse).
The twins are girls. 6 They are the sa me height.
2 Th ey are sixteen years old. 7 They like the same school subjects.
3 They've got the same colour hair. 8 They like the same sort of fo od.
4 They wear their hair the same way. 9 They like the same sort of music.
5 They've got the same colour eyes. 10 They like the sa me clothes.

I Listen again and note the differences bet ween Kylea and Ca rrie.

l 3) Speak
Tal k about you and your brother/sister/best fr iend.
My sister and I hove got the some colour eyes, but we haven't got the same
colour hair.
Have you got th e same colour hair and eyes?
Do you like the same sort of:
• music? • clothes? •jokes? • films? • fo od?

4) Write
Write about a family you know well (in your life or on television). Say:
• where they live. • what they look like.
• how old the children are. • what things they like.

49 61
/ Imagine Daniel is an exchange student in your class.
Make a 'rough guide' for him of things to do in your
town. Coll ect photographs a nd advertisements and
I write some information about each place.

Write about
t interesting places
to go to.

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• Jazz
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Th-€<:f play a.U .s<7rf-5 of'
~sic, er;pec.(~ blues t:Vld
clubs or discos to Jazz. .It ts open eue'Y
go to. Which night ~u~ hut t.he best tUjh.t:
of the week is ts Fr<.day rujh.t:.
The son g and the singer
Two fri ends, Antonio Carlos Jobim and Vinfci us de
Moraes, wrote the song in a beach cafe in lpanema,
Brazil. It is about a bea utiful girl t hey saw every day
from the cafe. In 1964, Ast rud Gilbert o record ed the .
song and it became one of the most fa mous songs of
all t ime.

'Tall and young and tanned and lovely,

The girt from lpanema goes walking,
And when she walks
Each one she passes goes, Aaah!
When she dances, It's like a samba
That swings so cool
And sways so gently,
That when she passes,
Each one she passes goes, Aaah!
0h, but he looks at her so sadly.
How can he say that he loves her?
Yes, he would give his heart gladly.
But each day when she walks to the sea
She looks straight ahead, not at he.
Young and tanned and tall and lovely,
The girl from lpanema goes walking,
And when she sees him,
He smiles but she doesn't see.
0h, but he looks at her so sadly,
How can he say that he loves her?
Yes, he would give his heart gladly.
But each day when she walks to the sea
She looks straight ahead, not at he. 1) Listen to the song and find the mist akes in the
Tall and tanned and young and lovely, lines with numbers. Then check on page 122 to see
The girl from lpanema goes walking, if you were right.
And when she passes, ....
He smiles but she doesn't see. 2/ . Guess the meaning of t hese words and phrases
She just doesn't see. from the song.
No, she doesn't see. • tanned • to pass • to swing • to sway • gently
But she doesn't see. • sadly •heart • glad ly • stra ight ahead • to smile
Learning goals
I never go Commu nication
Ask and talk about dai ly routi nes

straight home. Grammar

Present simple for routines
Linkers: first, then, after that
Adverbs of frequency: always,
usually, often, sometimes, never
1/ (.:.:) Listen and read
Daily activities

Brighton High School Maga zine

Back home in Canada

Daniel Cresson, one of this We finish school at 2.45. I suppose that's quite
year's exchange students, early but I never go straight home. I stay late at
tens·-us about his life back school on Monday and Wednesday because I do
home in Montreal in weight training. I stay late on Friday too because
Canada. I'm in the (ice) hockey team, and there's usually
'My school day in Canada is a match on Friday. After the match, I go to a
quite different from my school restaurant with my school friends and have
day here. School in Montreal starts early - at a pizza.
8 o'clock. I always get up at 6.30 on weekdays I'm usually tired on Saturday so I sleep late,
and I leave home at 7.15. I live in the old part of and then I help my parents round the house.
Montreal , near the port. I go to school by metro After that I'm free. In the evening l often go to a
(that's the city underground) and then walk. The movie or to a club. On Sunday l relax and of
whole journey is about forty-five minutes. course, I do my homework! '

My favourite view of Montreal

2/ Comprehension
a/ Answer the qu estions.
Where does Daniel live?
(He lives in ... )
2 When does Daniel start and
finish school?
3 How long is Daniel's journey lo
4 What extra activity does he do
after school on Monday?
5 Why does he stay late on Friday?
6 How does he rel ax after a match
on Friday?
7 How is Sa turday different?
8 What does he do on Sunday?
b) Match the captions with the
7e) He gets up at 6.30.
a) He has lun ch in the school
b) He goes to school by
c) He leaves home at 7.1 5.
cl) He goes to bed at 11 o'clock.
e) He gets up at 6.30.
f) He starts school at 8 o'clock.

3) l .. J Soundbite
The sounds I s /, I z I and I rz I
walk~ goe~ watches
(Look at page 124.)

4/ Vocabul a ry
Daily activities
Look at the pictures on the left
and write t he dai ly activities in
a logica l order.
do your homework
7 wake up 2 get up

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{'.'~ ) ~ "'"
.· 1:·
* get to = travel to and arrive at

\~ ---· Gra mm ar flas h
,, ~, / . •

Linkers: first, then, after that

have dinner have breakfast
Fi rst I clean my teeth, then I have
a shower. After th at I have
Find t wo exa mples of linkers
in the text in Exercise 1.

go to school have lunch leave home

s) Over to you
Talk about your routine:
• in the morning. (First I ... , then
I ... . After that I .. . .)
• at sch ool.
• after school.
a?' • before you go to bed.
have a shower watch TV get up

6) Write
Write a paragraph about your
school day.

7) Communication
get to school* finish school start school Asking about times
.,._ What time/When do you get
.,._ I get up at six thirty. What about
.,._ I get up at about seven o'clock.

Now ask your partner t he t imes

of his/her daily activities. Note
down the answers.
get home from school meet my friends after school make a sandwich

8/ Practice
Grammar snaps hot a/ Look at the questionnaire below and
interview your partner. Note down the
Adverbs of frequ ency answers.
OOfo 100% A: What do you have for breakfast?
B: I always have a glass of milk. I often have
cereal and I sometimes have bread and
neve r b) Tell the class about your partner.

I always walk to school. Carla always has a glass of milk far breakfast.
I usua lly stay late at school on Monday. She often has cereal and she sometimes has
I am often late for school. bread and butter.
I sometimes go out with my friends.
c) Use some of your notes from Exercises
I never go to bed before ten o'clock.
7 and Ba to write a paragraph about your
Make a ru le by choosing t he correct word. partn er's daily routine. Start like this.
1 Adverbs of frequ ency come before/after the main verb. Carla always gets up at 6.30. She has
2 Adverbs of frequency come before/after the verb to be. breakfast at .... She always has a glass ...


• tea
• coffee
• a glass of milk
• cereal
• bread and butter
• by underground
• by car
• by bus
• by train
• cycle

• meet friends
• play a sport
• go straight home
• listen to music
• do homework
•watch TV
Every week, two and a half million people listen to The Breakfast Show on London's
Ctipital Radio ... 95.8 FM. What's it like in a busy radio studio} Let's find out ...
\ IZ I
It's early in the morning.
Chris Tarrant, a popular disc jockey, arrives at the
I 6 \
studio at 6.50. He looks at the schedule, has a cup
of coffee then ... 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 ...

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The programme starts.
The green light goes on and Chris starts his
/ '
I 6 \
programme. He plays a selection of the latest hit
\ 12 I
singles from the charts.
o---;r The news reporter arrives.
1 • , ' News reporter, Howard Hughes, arrives at the studio.
, 'l / It's time for the morning news.
,' ~ /• Howard reads the 8 o'clock news.
I 6 \
, Chris has another cup of coffee!
(He usually has at least two cups
between 7 and 8.30.)

/ The birthday phone-in starts.

Chris sings Happy Birthday to you to a listener and
then says 'Happy Birthday' to three other listeners
and talks to them .
It's time for The Million Dollar Quiz.
The Million Dollar Quiz game starts. Chris asks
'Where do you use a rupee? In which country is the
money in lire?'
It's time for The Flying Eye traffic report.
Russ Kane starts his traffic report. He is in a
helicopter called The Flying Eye. He has a fantastic
view of London and can see all the traffic problems.
The programme finishes.
Chris says goodbye to all the listeners and leaves
the studio.

9) Read
Read the text and complete the programme notes.

Radio station: ... Programme na me : .. .

Programme starts: ... Prog ramme finishes: ...
1 2 3 4
Features: News ... ... ...
Start time: 8.00 a.m. ... . .. ...

10) Over to you

Talk about radio programmes.

What's your favourite radio programme?

Who's your favourite disc jockey?
Why do you like him /her?
..:...:.J Read the story and try to
On t he Palace Pier guess the missing words. Th en
list en and see if you were right.

No, not always but

rollerbl ade most of the time.
everyw here, Ch illi? _ _ way to travel !

No, it __. I __
read until three o'clock
in the morning. _ _
need a lot of sleep.

Learning goa l s
Ask and talk abour things you can do
Ask and talk aboul dates
How often with adverbial ph rases of
Ve rb con (ability)
Gerund (-ing form) after like, love, hate
Prepositions in and on with dates
Sports and activities
Months and seasons of the year
Ord inal numbers with dates
1/ ..:.:J Listen and read
At the Sea Life Ce ntre in Brighton.
3/ [.::j Useful phra se s
Liste n and repeat.


• Wow !
Daniel: Wow! Come and look al these sharks!
• Come and look al (these sharks).
Ca n yo u scuba-dive, Luke?
• You're so lucky!
Luke: No, I ca n't. Can you?
• That's not true!
Daniel: Yes, I can. We do it at school.
• Of co urse not.
Emily: You're so lu cky ! What other sports do
you do at school?
Daniel: We play tennis and we do athletics. Grammar flash
Emi ly: What about in the winter?
Daniel: We play ice hockey and we ski.
Luke: Huh! We only play football. How often with adverbial phrases of
Daniel: We don 't pl ay football. How do yo u keep frequency
fit, Spike? How often do you play football?
Emily: She doesn't do anything. She's lazy! Not very often.
Sp ike: That's not true. 1 go to dance classes. Every dayI weekend.
Em ily: How often do you go? Once/twice/three ti mes a week/month.
Spike: Once a week.
Emily: That's not very often! I swim three times
a week.
Daniel: What! In the sea?
Em ily: No, of course not. Th e wa ter's too cold. 4) Practice
Luke: Some people in Brighton swim in the sea
all the year round, even in December. Ask and answer these questions.
Daniel: English people are crazy! How often do you:
• read a book?
• visit fri ends?
2) Comprehension • go to the cinema?
• have English classes?
a) Answer with a name.
• watch sport on TV?
Who learns scuba-diving at school? • go shopping?
2 Who goes to dance classes? • help at home?
J Who swims three ti mes a week?

b) Answer T (true), F (false) or DK (don't know).

At Luke's school:
1 they play football in the winter.
2 they do athletics in the sum mer.
At Daniel's school:
J they play football in the winter.
4 they play tennis in
the summer.
5 they play ice hockey
in the summer.
5/ Vocab u I a ry Sports and activities 6/ Practice
a/ Which sports and activities ca n you find in the pictures? Look at the chart and say what each
• divill~J • zilh letic1., • ru9by perso n can and can't do.
• tenni<, • walking • wi11d1.,urfmg Luke con swim and play tennis but he can't
• volleyball • swimming • climbing skate or scuba-dive.
• rol lerbla cling • basketball • gymnastics
• skating • water-skiing • footba ll Luke Emily Spike Daniel
• dan cing • sailing • baseball swim ./ ./ ./ .I

• rollerska ting • horse riding • cycling skate x ./ x .I

scuba-d ive x x x .I
b/ List the sports which you do in or on water, t ea m sports, play tennis ./ ./ .I ./
and individua l sports and activities.

~- . -

Grammar snapshot
7/ Over to you
a/ Talk about the sports you can and
can't do.
A: I can dive and swim but I can't play
Verb can ability {I, you, he, she, it, we, they)
Positive Negative B: Can you windsurf?
I can scuba-dive. I can't ski. A: No, I can't. Can you?
Question Short form answers b) Find out how many people in your
Can you scuba-dive? Yes, I can./No, I can't. class can swim, dive, windsurf, play
baseball and rollerskate. Then tell the
All of us can .... Three of us can .... None
of us can .. ..
Grammar flash 9/ Vocabulary Months, seasons and dates

Gerund ( -ing form) after verbs (don't} like, love, The months of the year
hate January, February, March, April, May, June, July,
I like climbing. I love cycling. August, September, October, November, December
I don't like skating. I hale runn ing. The seasons of the year
spring, summer, autumn, winter

a/ B Listen and repeat the months.

8/ Practice b/ EJ Listen and answer these questions.
a/ Use the key and the prompts to make Which months go with wh ich seasons in Britain?
sentences. Arc the seasons the same in yo ur country?
Anna loves swimming
c) B Listen and repeat the ordina l numbers.
KEY: .1.1 = love .1 = like
x = not like xx = hate
1st (first) 2nd (second) 3rd (third)
1 Anna .1.1 (swim) 5 Cla ire x (cycle) 4th (fourth) 5th (fifth) 6th (sixth)
2 John xx (run) 6 Chris .1 .1 (walk) 7th (seventh) 8th (eighth) 9th (ninth)
3 Sue and Alice x (run) 7 Liz and Joy .1.1 (dance) 10th (tenth) 20th (twentieth) 21st (twenty-first)
4 Rob .1 (play football) 8 Alan and Jane .; (climb)

b) Tell the class about the activities you love,

like, don't like or hate doing.
10/ B Sound bite The sound I d3 /
jazz January (Look al page 124.)

11) Communication
Asking about dates
IJio- When's your birthday?
IJio- It's in January./ It's on January the third.

a) Now ask and answer in pairs.

b) Discuss these questions.

1 What activities do you like doing in the
2 What activities do you like doing in the wi nter?
3 Which season do you like best? Why?
* You can say in summer I winter or in the

12 ) Write
Write a paragraph about the sports and activities
you do. Start like this:
I play basketball and football in the winter and in the
summer I ...

13/ Read
a/ Before you read, look at t he
picture and a nswer these questions.
What sport is it?
Is it po pular in your country?
Where can you do it:?
b/ Read the interview with Jamie
and make questions for these
How old is Jamie?
1 Fourteen years old .
2 Every weeken d.
3 The former British cham pio n, Phil
4 Because jet skiing is very expensive.
5 Because they've got fantastic
equipment there.
6 ln a transit van.
7 No, he can't.

14) B Listen
Listen to the conversation and
answer T (true) or F (false).
1 Chilli plays the guitar in his band.
2 The Basement is the name of
Chilli's band.
3 Chilli plays at the club every day.
4 Dan iel likes dancing.
5 They ca n't go to the disco because
the tickets are expensive.

15) Helpli ne

Sort vocabulary.
ln your notebooks, list the sports and
activities in this unit under two
headings. Then add aerobics, cricket
and handball.

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Fast rewind UNITS 11 and12

Grammar 5/ Choose th e correct answer.

What time ... you get up in the morning?
1/ Complete the se ntences with the correct form a) do b) does c) are
of can.
She ... up at six thirty.
(Qr! you speak English? - a) wake b) wakes c) waking
1 He ... water-ski and windsurf but he ... scuba-dive. 2 She has lunch and ... she goes for a walk.
2 I can swim under water but I ... dive. a) after b) after that c) after then
3 My Swiss friends ... ski well and they ... skate, too. 3 ... he helps his mother and then he goes shopping.
4 ... people in your family sing? No, none of them .... a) first b) at first c} after
5 ... your sister dance the tango? Yes, she .... 4 What time does the programme ... 7
6 ... you and you r friend speak English? Yes, we ... . a} starts b} starting c} start
7 Lots of children ... talk at the age of three. 5 How much ... the car cost?
8 I ... do maths. It's so difficult. a) do b} does c) is
6 How .... do you swim?
2) Answer t he questions with the correct form a) much b) many c) often
of like. 7 I go to the swimming pool three times ... week.
Does Emily swim a lot? (.r) a) in b) a c) the
Yes, she likes swimming. 8 How do you get to the sports centre?
Does Emily play football? (x) a) On bike. b) By a bike. c) By bike.
No, she doesn't like playing football.
1 Does Luke play rugby? (x)
2 Does Spike watch N a lot? (x) Vocabulary
3 Does Daniel skate? (.r)
6/ Write the missing months.
4 Does Sally speak French? (.r )
5 Does Charlie play the piano? (x) January ... March April May ... July ... September ...
November December
3) Complete t he sentences with the correct
• after • at • by • in • on • to (x2) Communication
They have breakfast .<1..t seven o'clock.
1 We get ... school at eight o'clock.
7) In pairs, do the fo llowin g things. Then write a
sentence for each one.
2 He usually goes ... bike.
3 What time do you go ... bed? Talk about one sport you like doing.
4 She often watches television ... the evening. Talk about one sport you like watching.
5 He goes back to school .... lunch. Talk about one sport you don't like doing.
6 We don't have lessons ... Saturday. Describe how you get to school.
7 What do you usually do ... the weekend? Ask about what your partner usually does on Sunday.

4) Place the adverb or adverbial phrase in the

correct place in the sentence.
I clean my teeth after breakfast. (usually)
I usually clean my teeth after breakfast. How do you rate your progress? Tick the chart.
1 Spike is late for school. (always) Excellent Good OK Can do better
2 Daniel plays hockey. (twice a week)
3 She helps her parents in the house. (never) **** *** ** *
4 They play basketba ll after school. (often)
5 Emily's mother does exercises. (every day) Vocabulary
6 My father is tired on Friday evening. (often) Communication
7 We go to a disco on Saturday night. (sometimes)

What's· Learning goals
Commun ication
Describe wha(<; ha ppening now

Dani el doing? Give orders

Gra mmar
Presen t continuous
Positive and negative imperatives
1/ 8 Listen and read Rooms and parts of the house

Emily : Wh ere's Daniel?

Luke: He's upstairs in th e bedroo m.
Em ily : Oh. What's he doing? Is he rea ding?
Luke: No, he isn' t. He's w riting a letter.
Emily : Wh o's he wri ting to?
Luke: l don 't kn ow. His sister, Louise, I think.

L.- -
cl~ Grammar snapshot

Present continuous
Positive statements Negative statements
I'm reading. I'm not talking.
He's He isn't
She's She isn't
They're They aren't
Questions Short answers
Positive Negative
Am I reading? Yes, you are. No, you aren't.
Are you I am. I'm not.
Is he he is. he isn't.
Is she she is. she isn't.
Are they they are. they aren't.
Make a rule.
To make the present continuous we use the verb to be and
add ... to the base form of the main verb.

2) Practice
Work in pairs. Take t urns t o ask and answer about t he pictures,
using t he verbs below.
For pictures 1 t o 3 imagine that you are t he person in t he picture.
A: What ore you doing? B: I'm doing my homework.
For pictures 4 to 6 ask and answer:
A: Whats he/she doing? B: She's ... .
Fo r pictures 7 to 9 ask and answer:
A: What are they doing? B: They're ... .
• talk on the phone • have a shower • write a letter
• play tennis • read a book • do/homework
•watch TV • use the computer • listen to the rad io

3) 8 Sou ndbi t e Th e sounds I p/, I t I and I k I

2a2er tennis ~afe (Look at page 124.)

4) 8 Listen
Listen to the sounds and answer the questions.
ls Mrs Freeman having a bath?
No, she isn't. She'.s having a shower.
2 ls Mr Freeman watching TV?
3 ls Daniel reading a book?
4 ls Emily talking to her mother?
5 Are they playing basketball?

5/ Write
a/ Complete Dan iel 's letter with the correct form of t hese ve rbs.
• m;ike • sit • study • go • listen • share • have • work

b) Imagin e that you are a visitor in your town or city. Write a letter
to a friend to say what you are doing.

6) Voe ab u Ia ry Rooms and parts of the house

Read the clues. Then find the rooms and parts of the house in the
picture on the right.
1 The sitting room is Q) .

Clu es
1 There are two sofas and a television in the sitting room, which is
a big room on the grou nd floor.
2 There's a large table in the dining room on the ground floor.
3 The kitchen is next to t he dining room.
4 Th ere's a toi let under the stairs on the ground floor.
5 The main bedroom is very big and it's on the fi rst floor.
6 Emily's bedroom is next to the main bedroom on the first floor.
7 Daniel and Luke are in the same bedroom on the second floor.
8 The main bathroom is on t he first floor.
9 Charlie's bedroom is small. It's on the second floor.
10 The study is on t he fi rst floor.

7) Over to you
Describe your house or flat to your partner. Your partner must listen
and draw a simple plan from your description.
I live in a block of flats. There are ...

10/ .::J Useful phrases
Listen and repeat.
• Come here a moment!
• What is it? (= What's th e
•Well, ...
• What? (= What do you wan t?)
• It's a rea I mess.

11) Communication
Giving orders
..,. Come here! ..,. Stand up!
..,. Sit down! ..,. Smile, please!
..,. Be quiet! ..,. Tidy your desk !
..,. Give me that book!
..,. Don't talk! ..,. Don't laugh!
..,. Don't move' ..,. Don't argue!
s) 8 Listen and read
..,. Don't look at your book!
Emily: Mum! Come here a moment!
Now give orders to each other.
Mum: Em, don 't shout! Come downstairs to
the sitting room and talk to me!
Emily: Sorry, Mum. 12) Practice
Mum: Now, what is it?
Mrs Freeman tells her chi ldren
Emily: We've got some free tickets for a disco
what to do when they go out.
on Friday. lt starts at eight. Can we go?
Look at the instructions below
Mum: What time does it finish?
and add don't where necessary.
Emily: l don't know.
Mum: Well, try and be back by eleven. • be home by midnight
Emily: Oh; Mum! Eleven o'clock! • be late
Dad: Emily, don 't argue. When's the last bus? • take a lot of money with you
Em ily: Eleven thirty. • take a taxi if you miss the bus
Dad: Well, don't miss it. Now co me and help • phone us if you have a problem
me make the dinner. • stay together
Mum: And Emily ... • give your telephone number to
Emily: Yes, what? strangers
Mum: Don 't forget to tidy your room.
lt's a real mess.
Emily: Oh, Mum!
13) Helpline

How to learn words.

There are different ways of
9) Comprehension learning words.
1 Say the word aloud.
a) Answer the questions. 2 Think of a picture that goes
1 Where is Emily when she calls her mother? with it.
2 Wh at does Emi ly want to do on Friday evening? 3 Th ink of a sentence wi th the
3 What tim e is the last bus? word.
b) Think about it 4 Compare it with a word in your
language. Does it mean exactly
Why is Emily ann oyed with her mother? the sa me?
In the garden _:_:j Read t he story and try to
guess t he missing words. Then
list en and see if you were right.

Hi, Kirsty! It's me, Em. Hil Wha t's

What 7 It's abou t

And another t hing. You

know we've for The
Basement on Friday night?

What are you L e arning go als
Co mmunicati on
Comment on clothes
/ going to wear? Make plans
Verb going to for fu ture
plans and in tentions
too+ adjective
Demonstrative adjectives:
1) B Vocabulary these/those
Clothes and colours Vocabulary
Listen to the fashion commentary. Identify Clothes, Colours
the models, the clothes and the colours.
Picture 1: Cameron: black jeans, a white
T-shirt ...
• Claudia • Maria • Cameron • Tony
• dress • sweater • boots • shoes ~~
• belt • ~op • ~iniski~t • track~uit ~
• sweatshirt • shirt •Jacket • tie · ·
• socks • trainers • baseball cap ·~·
• trousers • leggings • earrings
•jeans • T-shirt • tights • shorts
• green • white • beige • yellow
• blue • grey • gold • red • orange
• silver • purple • brown • black • pink

2) B Sound bite
The sounds I u: I and I u I
boot book (Look at page 124.)

3) Practice
a) Describe the models' clothes.
Cameron is wearing black jeans, a white T-shirt, ...
b) Work in pairs. For one minute, study the
people in the class. Then ask your partner to
close his/her eyes and tell you about three
A: What's Giorgio wearing?
B: He's wearing blue jeans, a black jacket and
a grey shirt

Leo Rooke ~ _
: agcu 15
! What sort of clothes do you like wearing?
Read the texts on the right and guess the meaning of these words. i ' I like wearing da rk, baggy clt1tlk·s.
~ us uall y jeans and lo ng-sleeved T -shirts.·
• baggy • long-sleeved • zip- up • tight • sloga ns
: How much do you spend on
j clothes?

5/ Over to you : 'I don't spend very

! much. I do n't buy
Talk about your tast e in clothes. : expensive clothes
j and I never buy
What sort of clothes do you like wearing to school?
~ designer clo thes.'
Do you like tight clothes or baggy clothes?
Do you wear clothes with slogans on them? : What's in fashion
Do you spend a lot of money on clothes? : among your
: friends?
Do you wear earrings (or an earring)?
What's in fashion among your friends? ! ' For boys:
: zip-up jackets
: and tight
: jeans are in
: fashion.
: For girls:
: tight skirts and
: baby T-shirts.'

Anna Brooks-Kasteel

What sort of clothes do you like wearing?

'I like wearing fashio nable clothes like
smaU T -shirts and short
tight trousers, and

How much do you spend

on clothes?
'I get £10 a week
from my parents .

among your
'T-shirts with
slogans on


th ese/those
Grammar flash

singular plura l
this these
that those
Do you like this top? Do you li ke these jeans?
That top looks great. Those jeans look great.

B"J Communication
Commenting on clothes
.,.. Do you like these jeans?
..,_Yes, they' re great.
..,_ What do you think of those trousers?
.,.. I don't like them.
They're too long/too short/too baggy.
6) 8 Listen and read .,.. Is this shirt OK?
Kirsty: Are you going to wear those jea'ns .,.. It's a bi t tight/small/ big.
to the disco? Now look at the pictures and comment on the
Emily: No, I'm not. I don't like them. clothes.
Kirsty: What's wrong with them?
Em ily : Th ey're too baggy.
Kirsty: So, what are you going to wear?
Emily : Well, what do you think of
this pink skirt?
Kirsty: It's great. Have you got a belt?
Emily : I've got this bl ack one. lt's Mum's.
Kirsty: Yeah, that's fin e.
Em ily: And I'm going to wear this bl ack top.
ls it OK?
Kirsty: Mmm. lt's a bit tight.
Emily: ls it too tight?
Kirsty: No , don 't worry. It looks great.

7) Comprehension
Answer the questions.
1 What does Emily decide to wear to the disco?
2 What does Kirsty say about Emily's black top?
3 What is Emily borrowing from her mother?

10/ Over to you

Grammar snapshot
a/ Find out what peopl e in
your class are going to do :
Verb going to for future plans and intentions • after school • this evening
Positive statements Negative statements • al the weekend
I'm going to wear boots. I'm not going to wear shoes. A: What are you going to do
He's He isn't after school? Are you going to
She's She isn't do your homework?
They're They aren't B: No, I'm nol. I'm going to
watch television.
Questions Short answers
Positive Negative b/ Tell the class about
Am I going to wear boots? Yes, you are. No, you aren't. something important that is
Are you I am. I'm not. going to happen and when.
Is he he is. he isn't. My brother's going to get married
Is she she is. she isn't. next year.
Are they they are. they aren't.
We're going to visit our cousins in
Note. Canada in June.
You use going to to talk about what you plan or intend to do in the
future. It is usually a personal decision.

Go back and look.

11) Write
Find all the examples of going to in the dialogue in Exercise 6. a) Imagine you are going to
spend the evening with a
famous person. Answer the
questions. Then read your
9) Practice dialogues in pairs.

Say what is going to happen in each picture. Use one of these verb A: Who are you going ta meet?
phrases. B: I'm going to meet (Michael
• sing his/ her new single • buy tickets for a pop concert Schumacher}.
• make some sa ndw iches • phone the police • have a pizza What are you going to do for
• wea r his I her new j eans the evening?
How are you going to get
What are you going to wear?
What are yo u going to talk
What are you going to eat?

b) Tell the rest of the class

about your partner's plans.

Paolo is going to meet ...

An overnight 12) Read
Read the text and correct these
I Si lvia is Itali an.

on the catwalk 2 She's gol short dark hair and

brown eyes.
3 She's fifteen years old.
4 At the moment she is going
Wendy Lowe reports on the story to have a holid ay in ltaly.
which is making headlines in Milan. 5 Her parents are with her.
6 The photographers love Silvia
veryone is talking about supermodel, Silvia Alberti. 'She is a because she is ta ll.
E beautiful girl,' says her agent. 'She is going to be a great model. 7 Sarah Davidson's daughter is
going to be a model.
'Silvia comes from Brazil. She's one metre 78 tall, with long, wavy
blonde hair and blue eyes. And she's only thirteen. At the moment
Silvia is in Milan. It is her school holidays and she is going to do some
modelling in Italy for a month. Her mother and her sister are with her.
13) Over to you
They are her 'chaperones'. Work in groups. Is it right for
The photographers love Silvia because she is young and because she models to be so young? What
is new. The modelling business is always looking for someone new. do you think?
But Sarah Davidson of Flair model agency thinks that modelling is I think it's wrong because:
not a secure career for a young girl. Sarah says about her own sixteen- • th ey meet bad people.
year-old daughter: 'Modelling? Absolutely not! She's going to stay at • they are still children.
school, take her A-level examinations and then go to university.' • it's not a proper career.
• they miss school.
I think it's all right because:
• people look after them.
• they ca n make a lot of money
for the future.
• they learn a lot about life.
• they learn about other
countries when they travel
round the world.

14) Helpline

Lesson follow-up.
lt's a good idea to plan your
English homework. Make a list
of things you are going to do
after the lesson.

Iln gtrU-r.g ro: f

- WY/fe #re wurds ~
ofofftes ,;, "'!fl Vlll:abula_y
- read -the dt~o.?JUes alt7U4 r
wht!h I get- htm'te. (
- r bu:t #re ret::t~'ng fe«f- rv
Exeroise. 12 qga1i-i.
• Fast rewind UNITS 13 and 14

Grammar 5/ Copy and comp let e t he word puu le wit h the

names of t he it ems of clot hing in the pictures.
1/ Complete these sentences with the verb in What is the myst ery item, number 8?
brackets in t he present continuous tense.

I ... my homework. (do) 8

I'm doing my homework.
She ... the ca r. (wash)
He ... in the library today. (not/work)
®\ "': £
~~ 1
3 They ... a great time. (have) 2
4 He ... his cousin. (phone) 4
5 ... you ... to me? (listen) 5
6 My sister ... my new jeans. (wear) 6
7 What ... you .. .? We ... a word puzzle. (do) 7
8 They ... their homework (not/do). What ... they ... (do)?

2/ Write sentences using the going to fut ure.

He (x) play on Saturday. He (,1) watch the Cup Final.
He isn't going to play on Saturday.
He's going to watch the Cup Final. Communication
1 She (x) write to her fri end. She (,1) phone him.
2 We (x) watch the film on video. 6) Match the two halves of each sentence to make
We (,1) see it at the cinema. sensible orders.
3 They (x) take the bus. They (,1) walk. 1 Come a) something to drink, please!
4 I (x) buy any new clothes for the party. 2 Don'tb~ b) the answer.
I (,1) borrow some. 3 Don't go c) here!
5 We (x) go out tonight. We (,1) stay at home. 4 Give me d) late!
6 He (x) use the compu ter. He (,1) tidy his desk. 5 Don't play e) my T-shirts.
7 You (x) wea r that! You (.I) wear something different. 6 Don't miss f) that album again!
8 I (x) work tomorrow. I (,1) visit my grandparents. 7 Tidy g) your address to strangers'
8 Don't give h) your room!
9 Don't wear i) into my room.
Vocabulary 10 Tell me j) the bus.

3) Change these sentences from singular to plural 7) In pairs, do the following things. Then write a
or from plural to singular. sentence for each one.
How much is this cassette? Talk about what you are going to do after school.
How much are these cassettes? Talk about what you are going to wear on Saturday.
1 Are you going to listen to that CD? Ask for an opinion about two things you are wearing.
2 What's in these sandwiches?
3 Those photos are really good.
4 This pen doesn't write very well. Pr.ogress update Units 13 and 14
5 Those bikes are expensive. How do you rate your progress? Tick t he chart.
6 This T-shirt is too small.
Excellent Good OK Can do better

4) Write the colours which rhyme with these **** *** ** *

too blue
1 bed 2 day 3 old 4 down 5 tight 6 screen

How does a country
produce champion footbalt
players? The Chinese think
they know the answer.
In a small village called Juquitiba
near Sao Paulo in Brazil. twenty-
two Chinese teenagers are
playing football on a rough
football pitch .
They are the top tee nage
football players in the whole of
China . One day they are going to
be world champions. The
teenagers are on a five-year
programme of training with a
Brazilian football coach, Ecio
Pasca. They start at six o'clock
in the morning because it's so ho t
later in the day, and they play,
practise and study football for
eight hours a day, six days a
They can only go back home to
C hina for o ne short trip to see
their fam ilies. In their free time in
the evening, they watch Chinese
video tapes on an o ld video. The
team captain, Li Tie, says, ' It is
sometimes very hard here. I miss
my family terribly, but I want to
be successful .'
Patricia Otavio has a small cafe
in Juquitiba. 'Everybody here
likes t he Chinese footballe rs.
They can't speak Portuguese, but
they are ver y popular.' Local
people like watching the boys
play because, as a villager says,
' No Brazilian wants to miss a
football game.'
But w hy a re t hese C hinese
boys training in Brazil? The
a nswer is simple. C hina hasn't
got a tradition of playing football .
Brazil has. W ith Brazil's help, the
Chinese government is sure that
it is going to produce a w inning
Chinese football team.

Choose the correct answer from the text.
1 What are the Chinese teenagers doing in Brazil?
;i)They're playing a footb all match.
bl They're learning Portuguese.
c) They're training to be world-class footballers.
2 How long is th eir programme?
a) Two years. b) Five years. c) A week.
3 How often do they go back to China?
al Every year. b) ln their second year.
c) Once durin g the five years.
4 What do th ey do after a day's trai ning ?
a) Telephone home. bl Watch old videos.
c) Go to a local cafe.
5 What do local Brazilians think of them?
al They think the Chinese speak Portuguese very
b) They thi nk the Chinese can't play footba ll.
c) They like watching them play football.

2) Write
You are one of the Chinese teenagers in Brazil.
Complete these sentences for a lette r to you r
English teacher.
1 Every day we ... 4 Portuguese is ...
2 ln the evening we .. . 5 I miss ...
3 The local people .. . 6 My dream is to ...

3) 8 Listen
Listen to an interview with a young person about
training for a football team. Answer the questions.
1 How often do they train a week?
2 Do they train in winter and in summer?
3 How many hours do they train each time?
4 When do they play matches or competitions?
5 Are they going to win their next match?
Listen again. What else do you find out about the

4) Speak
a) You are training to be a world champion in a
sport of your choice. Think about the questions in
Exercise 3 and make notes about your sport.

b) Work in pairs. Take turns to be a reporter for a

local newspaper. Interview a famous Romani an
sportsperson. Ask questions like those in Exercise 3.
~ S'VApshrl:- o/ nrg t(/est:yt.e
~~ Use photograph s and pictures from magazines to
illustrate a project about you and your lifestyle.

I like wearing casual dot:l!es. 4 t

the momen-t I'm wearing a beret,
S<Jme overaUs, a blue and
white cllecl<ed sh/rt, a beige
sweater, htaclc tace-up shoes Md
smJ<s wlueh are actually dif(enat
eqlqurs, but I Lila them ·

1 hu.y new clothes in street

mcvkels be< they are cJ,eap
there. I n&er h"!/ des.tgnv
clothes but I Sf"">"A". ·
~· "r;Vmes go to
sports sh"fJs. J t.ISU,.,//,, .
a lo-t . --:t Pay qwte
fi7r lrul.//ers. Hy ~rtfe
spffr"fs shop ts ca..tlecl , TopSpcn-t '.

My .fawu11te spcn-t 15 .ftrotbail..

I'm t/i the schout team. We play
t.wice a wee.I< O/ld we usuaLLy a match on Saturday. I l.ike
watdung hasketha.JL bid I also
u~ swim.ming Md 777UerbWUig.

l l..ike meetina 17zn .L · ..J •

• J "";:t 7nen.,,s 117 tlTwn
and g~'9 to ..LL •
me Cinema Cll'Jc(
fX1rt1es . .!~got- a J..;,_
uwre CV1d I
c:yc/e et,>erywf?ere.
Benny, Agnetha, Anni-Frid and Bjorn are the
names of the members of the Swedish pop group
ABBA. They were famous in the 1970s and 1980s.
Dancing Queen is one of nine Number one hits
they had in the British singles charts. They hold
the record, with Led Zeppelin, for the most
consecutive Number one albums - they had
eight. (The Beatles had seven.)

You can dance, you can jive,

having the time of your life.
See that girl, watch that scene,
dig in the dancing '............ .
Friday night and the lights are low.
Looking out for a place to 2 •••••••••• ••
Where they play the right music,
getting in the swing.
You come to look for a 3 •••••••••••••
Anybody could be that guy.
Night is young and the music's 4. ••••••••••••
With a bit of rock music everything is fine.
You're in the mood for a dance.
And when you get the 5•••••••••••••
You are the dancing queen,
Young and sweet, only 6•••••••••••• •
Dancing queen,
Feel the beat from the tambourine,
oh yeah!
You can dance, you can jive,
having the time ofyour 7•••••••••••• •
See that girl, watch that scene,
dig in the dancing queen.

1/ Read the lyrics of the song and guess which of

these words fits each gap. Then listen and see if you
were right.
• life • seventeen • chance • go
• high • king • queen

2) Guess the meaning of these phrases.

• to have the time of your life • to get in the swing
•to be in the mood

3) Do you like this song? Why?/Why not?

Were you o Learning goals

last 1 ,. Offer, accept and refuse with

would like
• Ask about past events
Verb to be past simple
Past time adverbials: last night,
yesterday evening, etc.
1) B listen and read
Spike : That was brilliant! You were
really good, Chilli.
Chilli: Thanks. It wasn't bad. We've
got a new bass guitarist.
Spike: Would you like a drink?
Chilli: Yes, please.
Was Daniel out with
Spike: What would you like? A coke?
Spike last night?
Chilli: No, thanks. I'd like a glass of
Luke: l don't know. Go and
mineral water.
ask him!
Spike: With ice and lemon?
Chilli: Yes, please.

Emily: Dan iel, can l ask you

somethi ng?
Daniel: Sure.
Emily: Were you in town with
Spike last night?
Daniel: Yes, l was. Why?
Emily: Do you like her?
Daniel: Yes, of course l do.
Emily: l see.
Daniel: Would you like a drink?
Emily: No, thank you.

Spike: Hey, Emily! What's the

Emily: Nothing! Go away and
leave me alone!
2/ Co m p re he n s ion 3/ .:.:J Usefu l phrases

Answer T (tru e). F (fa lse} or DK (don't know). Liste n and repeat.
Chi ll i pl;i.\ " thl' h;1-,-, ~1uitar in the IJ;rncl. •That was brill ian t ! • Can I ask yo u somctliin~J?
1 1lil·rc ;11 c lolll pl'oplc in Chilli\ band. • Nothing! •Go away! • Leave me alone!
Ch illi w:i n ls ;i rJl <l'>S of lcrnon;id c.
4 D;111icl l i ~c~ Spi~c.
5 Em ily is lic1 ppy. 4) Vocabulary
a) Name the drinks in the pictures.
• an orange juice • a sparkling orange
• a lemonade • a coke • a mineral wa ter
• a cup of co ffee • a cup of tea
• a hot chocolate • a milkshake • an iced tea
• a cappuccin o • a glass of milk

b/ Which drinks are usually cold and which

are hot?

s) Communication
Offering. accepting and refusing
..,.. Would you like a drink?
..,.. Yes, please./ No, thanks.
..,.. What would you like?
..,.. I'd (I would) like a mineral wa ter, please .
..,.. With ice and lemon?
..,.. Yes, please./ No, thanks. Just ice.

Take turns to offer your friends something to

drink. Act the scene, following the dialogue and
using the words below.
• ice • lemon • milk • sugar • cream

'~- ' .. \
. ,, ~ . .,.
Grammar snap shot

Verb to be past simp le

Positive state ments Negative statements
I was out last night. I wasn't at home last night.
You were You weren't
He was He wasn't
She was She wasn't
We were We weren't
You were You weren't
They were They weren't
Questions Short answers
Positive Negative
Was I out last night? Yes, you were. No, you weren't.
Were you I was. I wasn't.
Was he he was. he wasn't.
Was she she was. she wasn't.
Were we you were. you weren't.
Were you we were. we weren't.
Were they they were. they weren't.
Make a rule.
1 With /, he and she, we use ....
2 With you, we and they. we use ....

6) Interaction
Student B: Turn to page 121.
Student A: Look at the list of
famous people from the past. Ask
Student B questions to co mpl ete
the missing information. Then
answer Student B's questions.
A: Who was Billie Holiday?
B: She was an American
blues singer.
• Billie Holid ay?
• Laurel and Hardy?
/ ' :

• Mao Tse-tung ?
• Nefertiti?
• Anna Pavlova? ~--- -

James Dean /USA/ film star

The Supremes/ USA/pop group
Dante/ltaly I poet
Charles Dickens/ UK /writer

7/ Voe ab u I a ry Past t ime adve rbia ls
Put t he phrases in log ica l t im e orde r, fro m present
to past.
I this morning
• yesterday evening • this morning • last night
• yesterday morning • yesterday aftern oon
• last weekend • the day before yesterday

a) Practice
Complete the dialogue with was, wasn't, were or
Kirsty : How 1••• the film last night, Em?
Emily : 1t 2• .. very good. In fact it 1 ••• very boring.
drsty: Why •... it boring?
mily: Well, the story 5 •.• silly and there 6 ... any
good actors in it.
· irsty: What about Robert Redford? He's always
Emily : Well , he's usually good but he 1 ••• in this
fil m.

9) Over to you
Use the time phrases in Exercise 7 and the
phrases below to ask and answer about whe re you
were and who you were with.
A: Where were you yesterday evening?
B: I was at the cinema. I I can't remem ber.
A: Who were you with?
B: I was with some friends. I I wasn't with anybody.

Wh ere? Who with?

• in town • some friends
• at home • my sister I my brother I my cousin
• at .. .'s house • some cl assmates
• at a disco • my family I my grandparents
• at the cinema • my boy fri end I my girlfriend

10) B Soundbite
The sounds I b /, I v I and I w I y_ery ~as (Look at page 124.)

11) Read b) Think about it.
t Do you think Tony Manero is rich?
Read the text and try to guess 2 Why does he like going to the disco every Saturday night?
the mea ning of these words 3 Why does he wear a white sui t?
and phrases.
• well-known • sex symbol
• puts on • instant 13) Write
Write notes about a film which you like. Then tell the class about it.
12) Comprehension
a) Complete the information 14) Helpline
in t he notes.
Title: Saturday Night Fever Difficult words in reading texts.
Location: .. . When you meet new words in a text, do you:
Main star: .. . • look up the word im mediately in yo ur dictionary?
Name of character in film: ... • ask your partner if he/ she knows what a word means?
Music by: ... • try to guess their meaning from the context?
Hit so ngs: .. . • ask your teacher?
Which way is best?
t he disc ..:.:J Read the story and try to
guess the missing words. Then
listen and see if you were right.

_ your mobile Su re.

phone, Chilli? Here

L ear ni ng g oa l s
Talk about the past; Express opinions
Gram mar
Past simp le of reg ula r verbs
Past simple questions with did
Daily activities; Adjectives of quality
Adjectives to describe personali ty
1) 8 Listen and read
In the disco.
Chilli: And now for our last number -
Kingston Town!

Outside the disco.

Spike: What's wrong, Emily? You're upset.
Emily: You know what's wrong, Spike.
You were out with Daniel last night.
Spike: Don't be silly! He's just a nice guy.
Anyway, we didn't stay out late.
Emi ly: What did you do?
Spike: We just walked along the sea front
and talked.
Em ily : Did you talk about me?
Spike: No, we didn 't. We ta lked about
Canada and his family. I like Daniel
as a friend. It isn't serious.
Emily: What do you mea n?
Spike: l don't fancy him. Daniel likes you.
Emily : Me?
Spike: He's just shy, that's all. Anyway,
l'm going out with Paul.
Emily: What? David's brother?
Spike: That's right. Are you feelin g OK now?
Emily : Yes, thanks.
Spike: Let's go in and hear Chilli 's
last number.
2/ Comprehension
Match the questions with th e answers.
I Why is Emily upsc l?
2 Whal did Daniel and Spike Lalk aboul?
3 How does Spike fe el about Daniel?
4 l low docs Daniel fee l aboul Emily?
5 Why doesn't he tell her?
6 Who is Spike going out with?
a) She likes him as a friend.
bl A boy called Paul.
c) Beca use he's shy.
d) Ca nada and Dan iel's fa mi ly.
e) Because Spike was out with Daniel last night.
f) He likes her.

3/ 8 Useful phrases
Listen and repeat.
• Don't be silly !
• l like [Daniel] as a friend.
• lt isn't serious.
• I [don't] fa ncy [him]!
• That's all.
• Anyway, [I'm going out with Paul].

4) Practice
Work in pai rs. Use the useful phrases
in Exercise 3 to complet e the
Dani el: What's the matter with Emi ly?
Luke: She's upset. She thinks you're
going out with Spike.
Dani el: ' ... ! Of course l'm not. 2 ••• ,
I've got a girlfriend in
Luke: But you're always with Spike.
You're very friendly with her.
Daniel: Maybe l am, but l 3 ••• her!
Luke: You mean, it •... ?
Daniel: Of course it isn't. l 5•• • friend,
that's 6 •• • •

s) 8 Listen
Listen and see if you were right. Correct your
dialogue if necessary then read it in pairs. Do you
think Daniel is telling the truth?

6/ _:_:J Soundbite
Gr amm a r sn a p shot
Th e sounds I l I and / d I in
past t ense endings
Past simple of regular verbs worked listened
Positive statements Negative statements (Look at page 124.)
I enjoyed the music. I didn't enjoy the film.
He arrived last night. He didn't arrive this morning.
They talked about him. They didn't talk about her.
1) Practice
Questions Short answers
Complete the questionnaire for
Positive Negative
yourself. Then ask your partner
Did you enjoy the music? Yes, I did. No, I didn't.
the questions.
Did he arrive last night? Yes. he did. No, he didn't.
Did they talk about him? Yes, they did. No, they didn't.
Wh-questions An swers Yes, I did. = 1
Wha t did you do last night? I played footbal l. No, I didn 't. = 0

Make rules.
Note the scores. Which are
1 To make a positive statement, we usually add ... to the base form.
your two best qualities? What
2 To make a negative statement, we use ... plus the base form.
about your partner?
3 To make a question, we use ... plus the base form.




s) Interaction
Student B: Turn to page 122.
Student A: Look at Nigel's notes. Ask Student B questions to fmd out
what Nigel did last week. Then answer Student B's questions.
A: What did Nigel do on Monday morning?
B: He walked into town.

Now write your own diary for last week.

10) 8 Listen
9) Communication a) Listen to the first part of the dialogue and
Expressing opinions answer T (true) or F (false).
~ What did you watch on 1V last nig ht? 1 Spike didn 't like the last song.
~I watched ... 2 Kingston is a town in Jamaica.
~ What did you think of it?
3 Chilli 's grandparents were from Britain.
~It was great/very funny/OK/boring/rubbish. 4 Chilli's first band was called The Easy Beats.
Did you watch it? b) Listen to the second part of the dialogue and
~Yes, I did./ No, I didn't. I watched ... answer the question.s.
~ Was it good?
1 What does Daniel offer to Emily on the way
~ Yes, it was ... /No, it was ...
to the bus station?
Now ask people's opinions about TV programmes 2 Why is Emily angry with Daniel?
last night. 3 Why did they start to walk home?

11/ Read
10 Markel Stred,
Chilli's friend Della was on
holiday in Jamaica. Read her
{).b tA 'duly. letter to Chilli and complete it
~ear iefu·et: with the correct verbs.

r haJ a fantastlc hof,t~ in damaia::t. [c was • invited • stopped • talked

hot anJ tAe sea wr.tS b&J.e CU>J lov€1<.J. . • stayed • travelled • enjoyed
• didn 't sleep • didn't get
~ ~ne ~am kncPtm -tc l><iNj!tim. I,,~~
11 ...
• watched • was • listened
tlie f~9fii. Tt was eJ~t ~dUr'S -t:oni but I _...

at aiRhecause [ so ~citecf. 'Dunni tfJe f!ti~t


I s... -to music) 6 ... a f;fm anJ. u, 'tPie ~rf1n

1 ...
12) Write
die &eat ne1J<t i:4' me.
Write a short letter to an
zs ... wiM m~ a.unt anJ uncle 1n li<in~Om. Tli~
me an Q trip to Mont-ego 'B~. We 10 ... ay an
English friend about a holiday.
orcJ,;J ~rm. rt ums 'Drillian£. O~ mlJ fa~t f'\.4glit Use the questions below to help
tlief"e I 11 ... to bed unfil t.Aree o'cit!& in you. Start like this:
die mOY'rung. f Dear Mark,
&ee ~au SO'dnf I~ope ~our>f!1~ ar~ ~n~ wdf. We had a wonderful time in Los
Angeles. We went by ...
1)efia • How did you go?
• Where did you stay?
• What was it like?
• What did you do?
• What places did you visit?
• Did you enjoy the holiday?
End your letter like this:
Write soon. j
(your first name) I

13) Helpline I

Sort past simple verbs.
Make a list of the past simple I
regular verbs in this unit. Then
group .them accor~ing to the
four different endir gs.


<itnrble fhe final Consemer~ .,. -ed
• Fast rewind uNI TS 16 and 17

Grammar Vocabulary
1/ Complete the conversation with was, wasn't, 4/ Complete the sentences with one of these
were or weren't. adjectives. Use each adjective once only.
A: Where (1) .~.m'. you last night? I phoned you but you • boring • awful • interesting • funny • great • bad
(2) ... at home. His gi rlfriend hates Sylvester Stallone. She thinks his
B: I (3) ... out with friends. We (4) ... at the Bluenote Cafe. films are _qw_(l/f.
A: (5) ... Julia there? 1 Comedy Hou r was very .... I laughed and laughed.
B: No, she (6) .... Why7 2 There was an ... wildlife film on N last night.
A: Oh, I just wondered. 3 He's very .... He talks about football all the time.
B: She (7) ... out with Nick. They (8) ... at the Oasis, I think. 4 The opposite of good is ....
A: No, they (9) .... 5 Thanks for a wonderful party. It was ... !
B: How do you know?
A: Because I (10) ... there!

2/ Complet e these sentences in the past t ense,

using the correct verb.
5/ Rearrange the sentences to complete t he
• play • enjoy • watch • listen • talk • phone conversation.
• stop • walk • travel • like • stay
A: Would you like something to drink?
I watched the late film on N last night.
B: Yes, please.
1 We really ... the concert last night. It was great!
a) With milk and sugar?
2 She ... with friends in Brighton last summer.
b) Thanks very much.
3 Real Madrid ... very well in the last World Cup.
c) Would you like tea, coffee or orange juice?
4 Her parents ... by train from Shanghai to Moscow.
d) Just sugar, please.
5 I ... you four times last night but you were out.
e) Here you are.
6 We ... along the beach yesterday. It wa s lovely.
f) Tea, please.
7 She ... the film but she didn't like the musicl
8 The men ... work at exactly one o'clock.
6/ You meet a friend in a cafe after school.
9 I ... to the new Sting album yesterday. It's great.
Follow the instructions and write a conversation.
10 They ... to us about their trip to Madagascar. It was
very interesting. A: Hi, Michael. Would you like a drink?
A: Greet you r friend and offer him I her a drink.
3; M ake negative sentences (x) or questions (?) B: Accept politely and say what you wou ld like to drink.
using the past tense. A: Ask where B was yesterday.
he/stay (x) in a hotel B: Say you were at home.
He didn't stay in a hotel. A: Ask what B did yesterday evening.
B: Say you watched N.
you/learn (?) speak Italian when you were in Italy
A: Ask what B watched.
Did you learn ta speak Italian when you were in Italy?
B: Say what you watched and give your opinion of it.
she/like (x) the film
2 I/ use (x) the school computer yesterday
3 they I arrive (?) home late yesterday Progress up<tate Units 16 and 17
4 you I ask (?) her for Caroline's address
5 he/ enjoy (x) the concert in the park How do you rate your progress? Tick the chart.
6 we/talk (x) about school at all
Excellent Good OK Can do better
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Le arning goals
Co mmu ni cation
1\sk and talk about the weather
Talk about past events
Narrate past events
Special phrase: What's the ... like?
Past simple of irregular verbs
Vo ca bu l ary
Wea ther words
1/ Voc abu lary 4/ In te raction
Weather words Stude nt B: Turn Lo pane 122.
Student A: /\sk Student B questions to co mplete
Ask and answer about the Lhc ch<l rl below about Lh e weather in different cities
weather in each picture. of th e world. Then answer Student B's questions.
A: What's the weather like in A: What's the weather like in Bucharest?
Rome? B: It's snowing.
B: It's warm and sunny. A: What'.s the temperature in Bucharest?
• It's cloudy. B: ·It's minus seven degrees Centigrade/nineteen degrees Fahrenheit.
• It's rain ing.
• It's warm and sunny.
• It's wet and windy.
• It's cold.
• It's hot.
• It's snowin g.
• It's foggy.

2) Communication
Talking about the weather
..,.. What's the weather like today? • ·1
..,.. It's raining./ It's cold and wet.
+ ..
..,.. What's the temperature today? i I

..,.. It's -s·c (minus five degrees

Centigrade)./ It's 9°F (nine
degrees Fahrenheit).
Now work in pai rs and talk
about the weather.
What's the weather li ke
2 Whafs the te mperatu re?
3 What was the weather like
4 What was the weather like
last weekend?
5 ls the weath er typical for this
time of yea r?
s) C:.:) Listen
a) Jason is on holiday with some friends. He tel ephones his father.
3) B Soundbite
Listen to his telephone conversation.
The sounds I e1 I and IeI
b) Listen again and complete the postcard he sends to a friend.
rain w~t (Look at page 124.)
Hi, Dave!
We arrived last ni ght after a ' ... journey by 2 • ••• lt's 3 ••• here but the
• ... is a bit up and down. Yesterday it 5 •.• but today is 6 . • . and 1 • •• •
In fact the temperature today is 8 •• • • There's lots of 9 ••• high up in
the mountains. They say the temperature is going to be '0 .•. tonight
and it's goin g to snow. I hope so!
See you, Jason.

s) B Listen and read 7) Comprehension
Luke Freeman is talking to Police Constable Jean Watson. Put the sentences in t he
correct order to summarise the
'We had a good time at the disco. We left story.
at 11. 15 but we missed the last bus. We
Jc) They missed the last bus.
decided to walk home alon g the sea
front. a) They heard a cry fo r help.
Suddenly, we hea rd a cry for help. b) Emily put Daniel's jacket over
We went down to the beach and the man.
saw a man lying there. That was c) They missed the last bus.
at about 11 .45. 1 ran to a phon e d) The ambulance arrived and
box to call the police and an took the man to hospital.
ambul ance. l dialled 999. e) They decided to walk home
alon g the sea front.
The others stayed on the beach
f) Luke ran to phone the police
with the man. He was unconscious.
and the ambulance service.
They didn't move him but Emily put
g) Luke made a statement at
Daniel's jacket over him.
the police station.
A few minutes.later an ambulance arrived h) They went down to the
and took the man to hospital. ' beach and saw a man lying

Grammar snapshot

Past simple of irregular verbs

Many verbs have irregular form s in the past tense.
Infinitive Past simple Infinitive Past simple Go back and look.
buy bought have had How many past tenses of
come came hit hit irregular verbs can you find
do did leave left in Luke's statement to the
fall fell make made police in Exercise 6?
get got put put
give gave wear wore
go went

s) Practice b) Work in pairs. Use the cues

below to make questions. Then ask
a) Complete the man's statement with the past simple form
and answer them.
of the verbs in brackets.
A: What did the man do last night?
B: He went to his favourite restaurant.
Last night I (go) 1 ••• to my favourite restaurant in West Street.
I (leave) 2 ... the restaurant at about 11 o'clock. It (be) 3 ...
1 What time/ he leave the restaurant?
a warm evening and I (decide)• ... to walk along the beach. 2 What/he do then?
Suddenly, I (hear) 5 ... a noise. I (turn) 6 ... and (see) 1 ... three 3 What/he hear?
boys aged about eighteen. One boy (come) 8 ... up to me and 4 What/he see?
(ask) 9 ... me the time. When I (look) 10 ... down at my watch, 5 What/one boy do?
he (hit) 11 .. . me and I (fall) 12 ... to the ground. Another boy (take) 6 What/the man do?
13 1
.. . my wallet. I (shout) ' .. . for help. Then they (run)
... away. 7 Wh at/another boy do ?
8 Wh at/ happen next?
Lightning rips through
teenagers' tent
Sixteen-year-old David Burren
and his friends had a very
lucky escape last night after
lightning struck his tent.
David Burren lives with his family on a
farm in Kent. He fini shed his school
exams last Friday and had a party on the
farm for some friends. After the party,
some of the boys decided to sleep in a
large tent in a field behind the house.
At 1 a.m. the teenagers went to bed. It
was a stormy night and it was difficult to
sleep. They laughed and joked, but then
suddenly lightning ripped through the
nylon wall of the tent. It struck a metal
pole in the tent.
"It was about 3 a.m.," said David.
'There was a big bang and a flash of
light. Somebody shouted, 'Run, everyone,
run'." The boys ran across the field to the
house. But then they realised that their
friend, Stefan Brown, 15, was still in the
'Two of us went back to get Stefan. He was Ambulances took seven of the teenagers to the
unconscious. We thought he was dead," said David. General Hospital where they were treated for
"We pulled him out and put him on the grass. There burns and shock. Fortunately none of them were
were burns all over his face. After a few minutes, he seriously hurt.
started talking - about football, I think."

9/ Read 11) Helpline

Read the text and put the pictures below in the correct order
Learn irregular past tense verbs.
to show what happened during the storm.
lt is usually best to learn past
tense irreg ular verbs by heart.
Write the irregular verbs on
10) Write
separate pieces of paper with
Write a caption for each picture to summarise the story. their past tense forms on the
reverse side and test yourself.
1C After the party, David and his friends decided to sleep in a tent.

• ..:..:J
er e mugging Read the story and try to
guess the missing words. Then
listen and see if you were right.

children? It's Maybe __ We were very
the bus. worried. __ you?


On the beach.
__ a mugging. the man to
hospital. You know,
just like in the films.

Well, I'm

Learni n g g o a l s
Make comparisons
Comparative and superlative
of short adjectives
Comparative and superla tive
of good and bod
Question word : Which?
Vocabul ary
The natura l environment
2/ Comprehen sion
1/ t3 Listen and read Answer the questions.
Luke : Can you pass me the cornnakes, please, Daniel? I Wh al time of day is it?
Charlie: How many elepha nts ca n you get in a Volkswagen ? 2 Wh al meal arc they having?
Luke : Oh , no! Not another elephant joke! 3 What sort of jokes are they
Go on. Tell us. telling?
Two in the front and two in the back. 4 Why is Luke interested in the
I know a better one. Why did the elephant put on a back of the cornflakes
red T-shirt? packet?
Charlie: 1 don't know. Why?
Daniel: Because his green one was in the washing machine.
Ch arlie: I think my joke's funnier than yours. 3) E) Useful phrases
Luke: Shut up, you two ! I'm trying to do this quiz.
Listen and repeat.
Charlie: What quiz?
Luke: There's a quiz on the back of this cornflakes packet. • Oh , no! Not another
I bet you can't answer this one, Charlie. Which is the [elephant joke]!
longest river in the world: the Nile, the Mississippi or • Go on.
the Amazon ? • Shu t up!
Emily : Everybody knows that. Th e Nile is th e longest river • 1 bet [you can't answer this
in the world! one].
Dad: Come on , you lot! lt's time to take Daniel to the
4) Practice
Choose a useful phrase to
complete each exchange.
A: We're going to have a
maths test today!

2 A:
B: Of course I can.
M-1-S-S-l-S-S-1-P- P-I.

3 Charlie: Emily's go t a
boyfri end! Emily's
got a boyfriend!
Emily : ... , Charlie!

Gra mm ar snapsh ot

Comparatives and superlatives

Short adjectives
long longer longest
big bigger biggest
funny funn ier funniest
Daniel's joke is funnier than Charlie's.
The Nile is the longest river in the world.

lrregu lar adjectives

good better best
bad worse worst

M ake a rule.
1 To make the comparative form of a short
adjective, we add ... to the adjective.
2 To make the superlative form of a short
adjective, we add ... to the adjective.

s) B Sound bite The sound Ig I

shorter taller (Look at page 124.)

6) Practice
a) Look at the pictures. Say who you think is:
1 th e shortes t. 3 the youngest.
2 th e tallest. 4 the oldest.

b) Now write six sentences about the film stars.

Sharon Stone
I think ... is shorter/younger than ....
I think ... is th e tallesl.

7) B Listen
Listen to a r adio programme and see if you were
right about the fi lm stars.

a) Over to you
a) Choose three people and ask your partner to
compare their heights while they are sitting down.
I think ... is the tallest and ... is the shortest.
I think ... and ... are the same height but ... is taller
than both of th em.

b) Now ask the people to stand up. Was your

partner right?

11 2
Grammar flash 9/ Practice 10/ Interaction
Use comparative or superlative Stu dent B: Tum lo page I 22
Qu estion word: Which?
adjectives to compl ete the quiz and ask yo ur questions First.
Which 1s the longest river: the
questions. Then see if you ca n Student A: Answer Studen t B's
Nile, tile Mississippi or the
answer the questions. questions abo ut the anaconda
and the th read snake. Then ask
Which river is the longest? • big • fa sl • hot
Student B questions about the
• heavy • small • cold
longest snake and the strangest
• old • tall •long
Check your answers on page What's the name of the longest
122 and see if you were right. snake in the world?
Where does it ... ?
What is the ... on record?

Me YOUP Where did they find it?

The heaviest snake in the world

is the anaconda. It lives in tropical
South America. The heaviest
anaconda on record was almost
230 kg. They found it in Brazil in
The shortest snake in the world
is the thread snake. It lives in
Martinique, Barbados and
St Lucia. The average length
of a thread snake is about
50 millimetres.

The longest snake

in the world
Name: .. .
Habitat: .. .
Longest on record: .. . '-'·
Found in: ...
The strangest snake
in the world
Name: .. .
Habitat: .. .
Why it is strange: ...

11/ Read
a/ Read t he text and match
these topics with t he
I The plans for the group while
Science teacher Poul Millard, is toking they are in the rainforest.
eight boys from Wakefie ld City Hig h 2 The boys ' own feelings about
School in Britain to the rainforests of the trip.
Ecuador this month. They ore going to
3 The dangers of the
stay there for two weeks. He knows that
the jungle is dangerous because rainforests.
of the poisonous snakes and 4 The teacher's reasons for
spiders but he thinks that goin g on a trip to Ecuador.
the trip is important. b) Answer these questions.
1 Where are the boys from?
2 How long are they going to
stay in the Amazon Basin?
3 Why does Paul Millard want
Amazon Basin, a to take the boys there?
huge network of rivers and ~:::;, 4 What is unusual abou t some
rainforests, covers about forty ''<: of the ants in the forest?
per cent of South America. Poul Millard
wonts to take the boys there for two c) Find words from the text
reasons. fostly, he wonts lo help the local connect ed with the countryside,
people to protect the rainforests and anima ls and insects.
secondly, he wonts to show his students
that the rainforests ore beautiful.
Counh!J.side -Animals ]JtSe,ds
rainforest I
The boys ore going to work with the local
people at a nature reserve on the Napa
River, planting trees and endangered
plants. They ore also going lo visit a local
villag e and spend two nights in the 12) Helpline
rainforest sleeping in hammocks. Th ey
ore going lo sleep in hammocks and not
tents because there ore poisonous Learn from reading.
ants on th e ground. In fact, You can use reading texts to
som e ants ore more learn more about words and
dangerous than the grammar.
poisonous snakes Look back at the text on this
_ and spiders. page and find three new words
or expressions.
Look at the last sentence in
paragraph C. What do you
notice about the comparative of
the adjective dangerous?
Why do the boys want to go
on this trip? They wont to go
because it's something new. They wont to
see th e mountai ns, th e forests , the
different plants and the birds. Also, they
want lo meet the people of Ecuador
because they thin k it is important to meet
people from other countries.
• Fast rewi nd UNITS 18 and 19

Grammar Vocabulary

1) Write questions and answers about past 3/ Say what th e weather's like.
activities using the prompts. 7 It's hot.
Where (you I go) yesterday? (to the cinema)
Where did you go yesterday? I went to the cinema. CD
1 Where (she I go) last week? (to Paris)
2 What (he/buy) at the weekend? (a new pair of jeans)
3 What (you all/have) for lunch? (sandwiches and
4 What fi lm (you I see) last night? (Son of Broveheart)
5 Where (she/ put) the money yesterday? (in her bag)
6 Which dress (she/ wear) to the disco? (her black
7 What road (they/take)? (the mountain road)
8 What (you I give) you r mother for her birthday?
(a gold cha in with her name on it)
9 What time (the bus/leave) last night? (at eight
10 What (the students/do) in class? (a project about Communication
4/ Student A is studying at a school in Brighton
2/ Complet e the sentences with the comparat ive or and phones Student B at home. Write the
superlative of t he adjective in brackets. conversation.
In winter, Moscow is colder than London. (cold) A: Hi there, Adam! It's me, Jack. How are you?
1 The River Thames is ... than it was ten years ago. A: Greet your friend and ask how he/she is.
(clean) B: Return the greeting and say how you are. Ask about
2 Which is the ... museum in London? (large) the weather in Brighton.
3 In September the days start to get .... (cool) A: Say what the weather's like and compare it with the
4 Who can tell the ... jokes in your class? (funny) weather at home.
5 Is April ... than September in your country? (hot) B: Say what the weather's li ke where you are. Ask what
6 Are you ... at writing or speaking English? (good) A did last weekend.
7 Are you ... than your brother? (young) A: Say what you did and where you went.
8 Wait for me ! My bags are ... than yours. (heavy) B: Ask if A enjoyed it.
9 The Empire State isn't the ... building in the world. A: Reply. Ask what B did at the weekend.
(tall) B: Say what you did and if you enjoyed it.
10 Which was your ... exam result last year? (bad) A: Say you must go because you're going to meet some
11 Is the Mississippi ... than the Missouri? (long) friends at a new disco.
12 When is the ... time to visit your country? (good) B: Say goodbye.

How do you rate your progress? Tick the chart.

Excellent Good OK Can do better

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11 5
rivers and mo untains and an
amazing vari ety of wildlife. such
as golden eagles, moose, caribou,
deer, wolves, seals. whales and
even grizzly bears.

The population of Canada is

approximately 26 million .
Most of the people are of
British or French origin. There
are also about 368,000 -.~~
native peoples, 25,000 Inuits
and a wide range of
immigrants from places such
as Italy, the Caribbean,
Greece and Asia. The main
languages are English and

Canada is a big country and

has a range of weather • • - •
conditions. It has an Arctic
climate in the north, with very
cold winters and short cool
summers, and a temperate
climate in the south, with cold
winters and quite warm
summers. The average
temperature in Ottawa
ranges from - 15°C in
January to 26°C in July.
Canadians love any water sports. In the summer they go
water-skiing, canoeing, rafting and sailing. A popular place
to go canoeing is in the Rocky Mountains. In Montreal,
people go jet boating on the rapids. In the winter Canadians
mostly play ice hockey but they also go skating, skiing,
snowboarding, iceboarding and ice-f ishing.
1/ Read
Th•· f11st E111opear' s•"!tlers in Ccw:ida N »P"'
the Fr t'l'Ch. n1e\ I 111ded on th·' coast of Read about Canada. Then copy and complete the
r J I'. l ·v l . , t 111 1L)05 In 1600 triey sarled info rmation.
, 1p : 11. • S: L 1 ;. runv..: Rr . er to thP pl ice that rs
110·:1 the crty of Ouehec. The Brrt 1sh arrived
1605 : Til e Fre11clz la nded i11 No1;a Scotia.
iwo yt.::ar ~ later on NeNfoundland. Over the
neYt h1111d1ed year both the Brrtr 5h and the 1608 :
French colonised a great part of the country. 16 10:
Canada became independent 111 1867. 1867 :
2 Populati on: 6 Climate :
3 Nationalities : North:
4 Main languages: South :
5 Cities: 7 Scenery:
Capi tal: 8 Wildl ife :
Largest: 9 Sports:
Second largest:
Third largest:

2) E) Listen
List en to Carol-Ann talking about Canada and
answer the questions.
1 Where does Carol-Ann come from?
2 What fo ur things does she say you shoul d do in
Canada and where?
3 Which season does she like best? Why?
4 Where did she go last summer and
what did she do?

3) Speak
Talk about places to visit in your country.
·~;1 Ottawa, in the south-east, is the capital city • Where are they?
·,, ~1 of Canada. It has a populati on of 800,000 • What is special about them?
~·~~· but rt rs not the largest Canadian city. The
-set._;;. largest city is Toronto (population over two
.:...~ million), the second largest ci ty is Montreal
and the third largest city is Vancouve r.
Vancouver is th e country's marn port. In
-lliiiiiiii Ottawa, Toront o and Vancouver, the main ...
language is English; in Montreal it is French. I
Imagine some exchange students
are coming to visit your school for
the day. Prepare an in formation
display for t hem. Make a poster like
the one about Britain on the left.

1 Population :
2 Nationaliti es:
3 Main languages:
4 Cities:
Second largest:
5 Climate :
6 Scenery:

1 Which animals and birds are
fa mous in Romania? Where can
you see them?
2 Choose an animal or a bird. Where
does it live? What colour is it? Is it
an endangered species?

1 What are the national sports?
2 Who are the popular sporti ng
personal ities at the moment?
3 What are the importan t sports
events in Romania? When do they
take place in the year?
4 What are the largest sports
stadiums in Romania?

Make a list of some famous men
and women in Romania today.

1 Where are the best places to visit?
2 Why are they good places to visit?
3 How do you get to them?
. . ..
. .
' '
- - - .. ~ . . . •d ••• :.__.~··
Goin omt Read th e sto ry and try to
guess the miss ing w ord s. Then
list en and see if you were rig ht.

Put the biggest

. You Hi! Sorry _ _ . I missed t he
train. _ _ Daniel and Emily?

Oh ! It's lovely.
Th at's real ly nice
of you, Daniel.

11 9
i/ '

When I was a little girl I had a rag doll,
The only doll I've ever owned.

But only now my love has grown.

Tina Turner
Tina Turn er and her hu sband , Ike,
recorded more than th irty albums before
they split up in the 1970s . Tina recorded

And it gets stronger in every way, River Deep, Mountain High in 1966. It is
one of the top ten sin gles of all time. Tina
And it gets higher day by day
....... .. .... ........... ... Turner is now a successful so lo singe r and
perform s regularly all over the worl d.
Yeah, river deep, mountain high.
If I lost you, would I cry?
Oh, I love you, baby,
Baby, baby, baby!
When you were a young boy,
...... ...... ... .......... ..
That always followed you around?
s.......... .......... ... .. ..
No, I'll never let you down.
Because it gets higher,
Like a river flows
And it gets deeper, baby,
And heaven knows!

Do I love you, my, oh my?

Yeah, river deep, mountain high.
Yeah, yeah, yeah,
If I lost you, would I cry?
Oh, I love you, baby,
Baby, baby, baby!
I love you baby, like the flower loves the spring.

And I love you baby, like a schoolboy loves his pie!

And I love you baby, river deep, mountain high.

1) Read the lyrics of the song and guess which of these lines
fits each gap. Then listen and see if you were right.
a) And I love you baby, like a robin loves to sing.
b) Now 1 love you, just the way I loved that rag doll .
c) Well , l'm going to be as faithful as t hat pu ppy.
d) And do l love you, my, oh my?
e) Did you have a puppy
t) And it gets deeper let me say.
g) ,.\nd it gets sweeter, baby, as it grows.

2) Guess the meaning of these words and phrases from t e song.

• rag doll • to own • to lose • to cry • puppy • fai thfu l
• let somebody down • to fl ow • to grow • fl ower • robin

3) Make a list of your five favourite pop songs. Then compare

your lists and make a class top t en.
Stud ent B se ction LJ ni t 8 6/ Interactio n

What's on in Brighton this week?

Unit 2 7/ In teraction
Stud ent B: Look al the picture. Student/\ has the same Screen 1 Batman IV 5.50
picture but with different objects in it. First answer Screen 2 ? ?
Student /\'s questions and then read th e list below. A~~ Screen 3 Evita 6.10
where the objects are and note down the answers. Screen 4 ? ?
B: Where's the atlas? Screen 5 Waterworld 3 6.45
A: It's on the table.
atlas 3 bag 5 umbrella
2 video 4 dictionary 6 video camera Stud ent B: Look at th e cinema advertisement. Answer
Student /\'s questions about what films arc on and what
time they start. Then ask similar questions to complete
your information.
B: Whats on at Screen 21

A: ...
B: What time does il start?
A: It starts at ...

Un it 8 10) Inte racti on

Student B: Look at the list of sna cks and answer Student
A's questions about the prices. Then ask Student A about
your missing prices.
B: How much is
a hot dog?
A: It's two pounds

Unit 4 13/ Interaction


Unit 16 6) Interaction
Student B: Look at the information below about famo us
people from the past and answer Student A's questions.
Then ask questions to complete the information about
your famo us people.
B: Who was Jomes Dean?
Student B: Ask about the times of Fresh Prince of Bel-Air A: He was ...
and New Bayrvatch. Then answer Student A's questions. • Ja mes Dean? • Dante?
B: When's 'Fresh Prince of Bel-Air'? • The Supremes? • Charles Dickens?
A: It's on ... .
Billie Holiday/USA/blues singer
La urel and Hardy/USA/comedians
Mao Tse-tung I China /leader
Nefertiti /Egypt/ queen
Anna Pavlova/Russia/ballerina

12 1
Unit 17 8/ In teract ion Unit 19 10/ Interaction
Stude nt B: Use Nigel's notes lo answe r Student /\'s Student B: /\sk St udent f\ ques tions lo co mplete you r
questio ns. Then ask your own questions about what Nigel missi ng in fo rmation about -;nakcs.
did last week. Who l's the nume of the hcuv1est snake in the ivorld7
B: What did Nigel do on Monday evening? Where does 11 ... ? What is the ... on record?
A: /-le worked on his compu ter. Where did they find it?
Then use the facts about lh c longest and the strangest
snakes to answer Student A's questions .

.~;,A'T~ ~ ?;'£~":.~.- .
.' ~l~/"-'-'\~ "*•--"" - ..
~,.:: Snakes alive!
The heaviest snake in the world
Heaviest on record: .. .
Found in: ...
The shortest snake in the world
Habitat:... Average length: ...

Snakes alive!
The longest snake in the world is the reticulated
python. It lives in south-east Asia. The longest
reticulated python on record was 10 metres. They
found it in Indonesia in 1912.
The strangest snake in the world is the common
egg-eating snake. It lives all over Africa. It can swallow
whole eggs which are larger than its own head.

Unit 1 8 4) Interaction
Student B: Use the weather chart to answer Student A's Answer key
questions. TI1 en ask questio ns to complete your cha rt.
B: What's the weather like in Athens? Unit 19 Exercise 9
A: It's cloudy. colder - 18' F 2 long est - the Nile 3 hotter - 100'C
B: What's the temperature in Athens? 4 taller - the World Trade Center, New York
A: It's thirteen degrees Centigrade/fifty-five degrees 5 heavier - a kilo 6 fastest - the cheetah
Fahrenheit. 7 older - the Parthenon 8 sma ll est - Monaco
9 biggest - Jupiter

Today's weather chart Take a break songs

F = Fahrenheit Rock around the Clock
C = Centigrade
1 One. two, three 2 five, six, seven 3 nine, ten, eleven
c F
4 one 5 two 6 four 7 five 8 six 9 seven
Athens 10 eight, nine, ten, eleven 11 twelve
Bucharest -7 19 snow
Buenos Aires The Girl from Jpanema
1 Tall and ta nned and young and lovely
Istanbul 7 45 sunny
2 And when she passes
3 When she walks, it's like a sa mba
London -1 30 snow 4 Oh, but he watches so sadly
Madrid 5 How can he tell her he loves her?
Milan 5 41 rain 6 Ta ll and tanned and young and lovely
Montreal 7 And when she passes
New York 0 32 foggy 8 Oh, but he sees her so sadly
Rio de Janeiro 9 How can he tell her he loves her?
Rome 16 61 warm Dancing Queen
Seville 1 queen 2 go 3 king 4 high 5 chance
Tokyo 7 45 warm 6 seve nteen 7 life
River Deep, Mountain High
1 b) 2 f) 3 d) 4 e) 5 c) 6 g) 7 a)

Soundbite exercises

Unit 1 5/ .:.:J Soundbite Unit 6 2/ .:.:J Soundb it e

The so und s / f / and / h/ she he Th e so unds / o / and / d / brother g aughter

a/ List en and repeat. a) List en and repea t.

II / she She's Emily. She's fourtee n. She's in t he ca r. / c) I t his t hat mother fat her brother
Ih/ he He's Luke. He's fifteen. Hello, Emily. That's my brothe r over there!
Hi, Luke! How old are you? I d I day Daniel daughter dark don't
Dani el's got dark hair.
b/ Now listen and repeat the words and phrases.
Smash hits Hot shots Shopping Hote l b) Now li st en and repeat the sentence.
That's not David, that's Daniel.

Unit 2 11) l::J Soundbite

unit 7 5/ I~ Soundbite
The sound IjI you your
The sound I A I does doesn't
a) List en and repeat.
Ij / you your yes Yes, you are. No, you aren't. a) Listen and repea t .

b) Now listen and repeat these sentences. /" I does he does she he doesn't she doesn't
one fun come love mother mum co usin
This is Unit two. Are you Yuri? Yes, I am. money
My mum loves Stevie Wonder.
My cousin co mes from London.
Unit 3 5) C:.:J Soundb ite b) Now listen and repeat the sentence.
The so unds I 1 I and I i: / .Eng li sh Greek He doesn't love me, he loves my cousi n.

a) Listen and repeat.

I 1/ Ita lian English Turkish Arg entinian
Is it in English? Yes, it is. Un it 8 15/ 8 Sou nd bite
Is it in England? Yes, it is. The sounds / re / and I o: / C_2n C_2n't
I i: I Greek Japanese Portug uese Chinese
Is sh e her sister? Yes, she is. a) List en and repeat.
Is sh e British? Yes, she is. I re I can man and apple bat that
b/ Underline the / 1 / sound s and read each
Yes, I can. Yes, that's the man. Thanks.
sentence aloud. Then list en and check your I o: I can't No, I can't. are Here you are.
pronunciation. Hard luck!

Japanese isn't easy but English is. b) Now listen and repeat in pairs.
The Brazilian and Argentinian footbal l teams are A: Ca n I come in ?
brilliant. B: I'm sorry! I'm afraid you ca n't.
B: Here you are.
A: Thanks.
Unit 4 s) 8 Soundb ite
The sound I fl I three thirteen
Unit 9 12) 8 Soundbite
a) Listen and repeat.
I fl I three thirteen thirty- three The sound I :m I nQ dQn't

b) Listen to the number rap. a) List en and repeat.

Eleven threes are th irty- t hree I au I go oh no disco Hove techno don't

Thirteen t hrees are t hirty- nine Go home. I don't know.
Now for the easy one - b) Now li sten and repeat the sentences.
Three threes are nine.
Don't go to the post office. Let's go to a disco.
Now list en and repeat the rap.

Unit 11 3/ ~ Soundbite Un it 16 10/ ~ So undbite
The sounds I s /. I 1. I an d I tz I The so und s / b / , I v I and I 11· I Quy y_e ry ~as

walk~ goe~ watch ~ a/ Li sten and repeat.

Listen and r epeat. / b/ buy bad bar book

/ v / very vi deo voice vi sit
She wakes up at six. He walks to school.
/ w / was were wear week w hen
It takes an hour.
I zI He leaves hom e at eigh t. He stays late. b/ Say t hese sentences. Then listen and check your
He goes by bus. pronunciation.
I IZ I He watches TV. She finishes her homework. What are you going to wear when you visit Brighton?
b) Now liste n and repeat this se ntence. My black and whi te bikin i and my bright blue vest.

She gets up, washes her hair and goes to school.

c) Give t he pronun ciation of the third person sin gular of Unit 17 6/ ~ So u ndbite
th ese ve rbs. Then list en and check your pronunciation.
The sound s / 1 I and I d I in past tense endings
• start • wake • do • watch • leave • relax
worked li stened

a) Listen and repeat.

Unit 12 10) d Soundbite
/ t / watched worked I watched TV last night.
The sound I d3 I jazz January They worked in an office last summer.

a) Listen and repeat. / d / listened played He listened to music all day.

He played in a jazz band in New Orlea ns.
/ d3 / January June July j azz j udo j eans j et
b) Say this sentence. Then listen and check your
b) Say these sentences. Then l isten and check your
pronunci ation .
We arrived at fou r, worked until six and then played a game
Jamie likes jet skiing, judo and jazz. of tennis.
Go to Java in January not July.

Unit 18 3) C:..:) So undbite

Un it 13 3) 8 So u ndbite
The sounds / <.: t / and / c / rfiln w~t
The so u n d s / p /, It I and I k I p_ap_er tennis ~afe
a,; Listen and repeat.
a) List en and repeat.
/ et / ra in say today great OK hate came la te
/ p / paper poster put pl ay please take made
/ t / t alk t ennis t idy t icket t omorrow / e / wet get let's left yesterday went weather
/ k / come can kitchen cafe temperature
b) Say these sentences. Th en listen and check your b/ Say these sent ences. Then listen and check your
pronun ciati on.
pronunc iation.
Can you come to play tenni s tomorrow?
It was wet yesterday and today it's going to ra in.
Please tidy the kitchen and put the cups on the table. I hate this weather! Let's take the tra in.

Un it 14 2) 8 Soundbite Unit 19 s) 8 Soundbite

The so unds I u: I and IuI boot book
The so und I ;;i I short~ ta ll~
a) List en and repeat. a) Listen and repeat .
/ u: / boot blue suit shoe food
/ ;;i / shorter taller hotter colder older younger
/ u I book look foot put good
Bigger and better. Older and wiser. Higher and higher.
b) Say these sentences. Then listen and check your
b) Say these se ntences. Then listen and check your
pronunciation. pronunciation.
Your blue shoes look good. I'm shorter than you. She's taller than him. I'm older than
He's got a bl ue tracksuit and some new footbal l boots.
you. He's funn ier than her.

Vocabulary and expressions
· -- -
Words and phrases used in instructions throughout the book.
Add Copy Listen (to) Sort above/below object
Answer Correct Look at Speak advertisement opposite
Ask Follow Match Tell chart photograph
Check (instructions) Put Turn (to page ... ) details picture
Choose Greet Read Use dialogue project
Compare Guess Repeat Work in pairs instructions result
Complete Imagine Say Write list survey

Unit 1 only mother Compass points can (request) Unit 6

pen friend OK north computer game
Numbers 1-20 Family members
sister on south day
Common objects student older east day-pass
and furnitu re teacher room west evening
apple that school first name
address/addresses wife
atlas this tired geography
all parent
bag to very have
ambition stepfather
blackboard too video (cassette) history
band stepmother
book video camera Where? on (Monday)
bus/buses brother
computer welcome word last
capital sister
chair What? work (n.) lesson
centre son
desk Who? maths
child/children daughter
dictionary yes morning
Unit 3 city/cities only ch ild
enve!ope your part
class/classes uncle
eraser Countries and please
coast aunt
exercise book nation alities point
Unit 2 country/countries cousin
pen Argentina postcode
exchange student grandfather
pencil Titles Argentinian programme
fan grandmother
table Mr, Mrs, Miss, Ms Brazil repeat (v.)
good-looking grandparents
umbrella Brazilian road
Common live grandson
Canada say (v.)
and adjectives Look out! granddaughter
Canadian slowly
be big - small man/men grandchild ren
France spell (v.)
boy cold - hot member
French sports club Personal
Britain hungry - thirsty mobile phone
Germany street appearance
brother right - wrong music business
German surname Hair style:
camera nationality/
always Greece team curly
car nationalities
at Greek telephone number long
class party/parties
back seat Italy timetable medium length
Excuse me person/people
bad (not bad) Italian today short
favourite rollerblades
ballet (dancer) Japan tomorrow straight
female See you!
baseball bat Japanese When? wavy
film star Sorry!
bit (a bit) Mexico zip code
friend speak Hair colour:
called (name) Mexican
(best friend) taxi black
college Poland
from town Unit 5 blonde
come Polish
girl village brown
Dad Portugal age
great woman/women dark
everyone Portuguese another
Hello dark brown
father Scotland Australian
H'II. fair
football Scottish Unit 4 Bulgarian
How (old)? grey
go Spain Ethiopian
in The alphabet light brown
good Spanish first
little red
her Turkey Numbers 20 - 100 foreign
male white
his Turkish home town
meet Days of the week
home UK language Eye colour:
house British afternoon miss (things, blue
Mum English again people)
in green
my apartment origin
its USA brown
jet-lagged American biology other grey
no both present (adj.)
number waiter
.... ,...,.
about like (v.) bike (bicycle) tourist information Unit 11 Unit 12
because lot (a lot) boring office
Daily activities Ordina l numbers
bossy lo11d borrow town hall
clean your teeth
boyfriend love (v.) bucket Seasons
Leisure activities do your homework
colour lucky buy
go to the cinema/ fi nish school Sports and
dead mean (v.) call (v.)
a disco get home from activities
family mixture can (permission)
go to a (pop) school athletics
funny music cinema
concert get to school baseball
girlfriend new coi n
go to a (pizza) get up basketball
have got play (v.) come in
restaurant go to bed climb - climbing
How many? phone (v.) drink (n.)
go to see friends go to school cycle - cycling
married couple pleasure end (v.)
have a party/ have(+ meal) dance - dancing
nice (with pleasure) enough
a barbecue have a shower dive - diving
nickname professional expensive
leave home football
personality training giant aspirin
make a sandwich gymnastics
photo (photograph) pronounce Hard luck! badminton court
meet your friends handball
pretty really holiday dead (= not lively)
start school horse riding
problem record (n.) How long' fruit
wake up rollerblading
quite rubbish How much' instead
watch TV rollerskating
real singer large let's
Shut up! tea magazine lively after that
run - runn ing
sort (n.) terrible main entrance map always
sai l - sailing
talk (v.) unhappy month newspaper bread and butter
scuba-dive (v.)
tall very much note one (indef. pron.) breakfast
skate - skating
tattoo violin outside one evening by(+ transport)
ski - skiing
think (I think ...) violinist packet shop canteen
swim - swimming
Why? voice regular stamp cereal
wonder (v.) want Relax! tennis court cycle (v.)
volleyba ll
rollerskates ten-pin bowling dinner
walk - walking
rush (v.) alley do (weight training/
Unit 7 Unit 8 water ski -
same (pron.) there is/there are homework)
water skiing
Types of music Clock ti mes snacks vegetable ea rly
windsurf -
classical a.m. start (v.) want to evening (in the
country and p.m. term water chute evening)
western second ticket first
Prepositions of
heavy metal minute toilet free anything
jazz hour use (v.) glass of milk birthday
pop midday wait (v.) go (stra ight) home can (ability)
rap midnight watch (v.) help (v.) cost
in front of
reggae o'clock ice hockey da nee classes
in the centre of
rock past journey do (+ sports
Unit 9 in (a street/road)
soul to (to be) late activities)
tech no quarter Places in town life even
next to
half art gallery lunch every
album on (a street/road)
bank match (= game) hate (+ -ing form)
anyway English money on the corner of
bookshop movie How often?
at all pence (p) opposite
boutique never in (January)
awful pound
bus station often jet ski
brill iant Unit 10 keep fit
Fast food and cafe old (the old part)
cassette (recorder)
drinks car park port lazy
chocolate anger
cappuccino chemist's restaurant like(+ -ing form)
coffee cleve r
coffee cinema sleep (late) love (+ -ing form)
coke dangerous
diet coke clothes shop sometimes month
collection different
espresso cl ub stay (late/at school) on (January 3rd)
crazy (about) dream (n.)
hamburger department store suppose (I su ppos~ once
depend food
hot chocolate disco then other (adj.)
drums funny
hot dog hotel tra in play(+ sports)
especially be good at
ice cream leisure centre underground race (n. and v.)
Go away! joke (n.)
orange juice market usually shark
guitar (electric/ pet
popcorn museum walk (v.) snow
bass) piano
sweets newsagent's weekday times (three times)
hamburger quiet
tea post office whole tra iner
hate same (adj.)
railway sta tion true
headphones adult sextuplets
sports centre twice
hear afraid (I'm afraid teenager
supermarket water
keyboards you can't) unique
swimming pool weekend
leave (alone) all right unusual
theatre year
at(+ times)

Unit 13 tracksuit artist surf - surfed Irregular past Comparatives and
trainers ballerina trdy - t1 iied tense verbs superlatives of
Rooms and parts trousers blues singer travel - travelled buy - bought short adjectives
of the house character 'llSit - '/!Sited come - came big - bigger
bathroom Colours
comedian walk - walked do - did biggest
bedroom [See also Unit 6)
cream wash - washed fall - fell cold - colder -
dining room beige
guitarist watch - watched get - got coldest
garage gold
hit [n.) work - worked give - gave fast - faster -
garden green fastest
ice go - went
hall orange funny - funnier -
leader have - had
kitchen pink Unit 18 funniest
lemon hear - heard
roof purple heavy - heavier -
poet Weather words hit - hit
shower si lver
queen Centigrade leave - left heaviest
sitting room yellow hot - hotter -
sugar cloudy make - made
stairs baggy van cold put - put hottest
study concert writer degrees run - ran long - longer -
toilet Fahrenheit see - saw longest
upstairs long-sleeved foggy take - took old - older - oldest
Unit 17 (= steal) short - shorter -
downstairs police hot
ground floor sing Adjectives of lightning wear - wore shortest
first floor single (= record) quality minus small - smaller -
second floor slogan boring raining smallest
Unit 19
spend brilliant snowing tal l - taller -
argue take (examinations) funny storm(y) The natural tallest
back (be back by ...) taste (n.) great sunny environment young - younger -
bed think (of) rubbish temperature ant youngest
forget (=opinion) warm bird
free (ticket) Adjectives to good - better -
tight wet cheetah
give describe best
too (long) windy elephant
laugh (v.} personality bad - worse -
wear endangered
mess friendly ambulance worst
zip-up forest
miss (a bus) helpful beach
move (v.) nice burn (n.)
jungle Unit 20
share (v.) Unit 15 serious cry for help (n.)
shout (v.) shy drop [in tempera - approximately
beret nature reserve
sit sociable tu re) (v.) Arctic
checked planet
smile (v.) studious few (a few Asia
footballer plant (n. and v.)
sofa minutes) canoeing
go back along poisonous
stand up hit (v.) chai n
lace-up (shoes) anyway rainforest
strangers hospital cl imate
local did river
talk [on the phone) immediately colonise
overall fancy (v.) snake
tidy (v.) like (What's the cool
train (v.) feel spider
together weather ... ?) deer
training get to tiger
try (v.) metal golden eagle
world-class gig tree
under move griuly bear
go out with
use (the computer) mugging airport immigrant
Unit 16 noise back (n.) independent
others (the others) cornflakes knee
Unit 14 Past time just lake
phone box everybody
adverbials number(= song}
Clothes pole find - found moose
last night sea front
boots police station front (n.) population
last weekend silly
belt shock (n.) hammock rafting
the day before upset
cap (baseball cap) statement height scenery
yesterday seal
dress Regular past tense tent network
this morning pass (v.) snowboarding
earrings verbs typical
yesterday morning temperate
jacket carry - carried unconscious quiz
yesterday whale
jeans clear - cleared (the wallet record (on record)
leggings table) watch (n.) same (the same wildlife
yesterday evening wolf/wolves
miniskirt cycle - cycled height)
Regular past tense
shirt Drinks enjoy - enjoyed strange
shoes cup of ... help - helped than
arrive - arrived
socks glass of ... invite - invited washing machine
decide - decided
sweater iced tea jog - jogged which (adj., pron.)
dial - dialled
sweatshirt lemonade listen - listened world
shout - shouted
tie milk play - played
tights milkshake practise - practised
T-shirt mineral water stay - stayed
top sparkling orange stop - stopped
Pronunciation symbols
/p/ pen /e/ let lzl = zoo 1~1 = the
!bl = bad la::./ act !JI shop /ei/ = make
It/ top Ii :/ sleep /3/ = treasure /eu/ = home
Id/ = do III = bit /tJ/ cheese /a1/ = shy
/kl = can /a:/ art /d3/ job /au/ now
/g/ = get lo/ dog Im/ man h i/ boy
If/ fish h:/ form /n/ not frd/ = near
/v/ = van /u/ put Ii]! nng !e'd! care
!el = three /u:/ boot /h/ = hot /u'd/ cure
101 = there IA! = cup /l/ let /r/ = ram
Isl = see 13:/ = skirt /j/ yet /w! = way

Irregular verbs
lnfinitivc Second Form Third Form lnfinitive Seco nd Form T hird Form
(Past Simple) (Past Participle) (Past Simple) (Past Participle)
be was/were been learn learnt, learned learnt, learned
bear bore born lend lent lent
beat beat beaten lie lay lain
become became become light lit lit
begin began begun lose lost lost
bite bit bitten make made made
break broken broken mean meant meant
bring brought brought meet met met
build built built pay paid paid
buy bought bought put put put
catch caught caught read read /red/ read /red/
choose chose chosen nng rang rung
come came come run ran run
cost cost cost say said said
cut cut cut sec saw seen
do did done sell sold sold
drink dra nk drunk send sent sent
drive drove dJiven sew sewed sewn, sewed
eat ate eaten slu-ink shrank shrnnk
fa ll fe ll fa llen shut shut shut
fee l felt felt sing sang sung
fight fought fought sit sat sat
fly flew flown sleep slept slept
find found found speak spoke spoken
forget forgot forgotten spend spent spent
freeze froze frozen spill spilled, spilt spilled, spilt
get got got stand stood stood
give gave given steal stole stolen
go went gone swun swam swum
grow grew grown teach taught taught
have had had tell told told
hear heard heard think thought thought
hit hit hit throw threw thrown
hold held held understand understood understood
htut hurt hu1t wear wore worn
keep kept kept W ll1 won won
know knew known write wrote written
lay laid laid weep wept wept
lead led led