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StarterStudent's Book

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Contents 1

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New friends

'lA Vlrhat's your name?


numbers 0-12

l, my,you,your Conversations at a party RealWorldsaying hello;introducing people; phonenumbers; goodbye saying

1E} \,vher€'s



he,his,she,her ReafWorldWhere areyoufrom?


things inyourbag(1); RealWorldfirstnamesandsurnames: Conversations in class thealphabet; classroom a andan language people; plurals things;


she from?

In class

'tD Peopte


and things


Review and Progress Portfolio


All about you

cD-RoM r.lnril

2A She's British 2El vvhafsyourjob? 2C Personal


2D How old is she?


Review and Progress Portfolio



and places

3A Two cities 3E| Brothers


and sisters

Eat in or take

positive be(singular): andnegative (singular): questions ,e andshort answers



nationalities jobs



RealWorldemailaddresses; personal questions information

Email addresses


13-100 numbers

ReafWorldHowold... ?



3D Breadandcheese


cD-RoM fJEilif p22

(1);wordorderwith adjectives very adjectives;






foodanddrink(2);love,like, eat,drink,a lot of


Review and Progress Portfolio



My world

cD-RoM r.tt!!!ir

4A I like it!


4El My free time


zlc Buying things zto Days and times

p34 p36


Review and Progress Portfolio p37




phrases withlike,have,Iive, work,study

Present Simple(1,you,we,they\: positive andnegative Present Simple(1,you,we,theyJ: freetimeactivities questions andshortanswers thingsto buy;fhrbthat,these,those BealWorldin a shop RealWorldtellingthetime; daysof theweek;timewords talkinoaboutthetime



timephrases wilh on,in,at

5C The New Moon



5D A day off


andphrases trequency adverbs wiln every

sEl Where


does she work?

Twoemails Fiona's family

A pricelist in a caf6

Lifein PeruandAustralia Anonlineinterview in a shop Fourconversations

cD-RoM r.rTllar p3a

5A A typical

positive, be(plural): negative, questions andshortanswers possessive 3; subiectpronouns (1,you,etc.)andpossessive (ny, your,elc.) adjectives RealWorldmoneyandprices; H o wm u c h. . . 7 i n a c a I 6

Present Simple(ra she,O: positive andnegative Present Simple(he,she,it\: questions andshortanswers

Carol's routine Tom'sroutine

BealWorldin a restaurant

A restaurant menu routines Sunday

Conversations at a party Phone numbers Whereareyoufrom?

Helpwith Listeningwordstress

Welcome to theclass Helpwith Sounds/a/ and/a/

Names people Introducing Phone numbers Names andcountries What's his/ hername? Where's he/ shefrom? Firstnames andsurnames Conversations in class Talking abouta photo

Sentences aboutfamouspeople

Reading andWriting Portfolio 1 WBp60

Around theworld Photos of friends

Trueor false? Aboutyourpartner Ben'sfriends

Trueandfalsesentences yes,/noquestioni

Atanemployment agency

Goodmorning! yourpartner Interview

Filling in aform

Howoldis yourcat?

HelpwithListening numbers wilh-teenand-ty HelpwithSounds /r/ and/irl

ouestions wilhHowold... ? Guess theages Reading andWritingPortfolio2 WBp62

Helpwith Listeningcontractions

Talking aboutthetwoemails

Fona'sfamily 0urgrandchildren


Prices Twocustomers in a cafd Theylovechocolate!

0rdering foodanddrinkin a caf6 Helpwith Sounds/o/ and//

Lifein PeruandAustralia Anonline interview Eourconversations in a shop Times

Helpwith Listeningquestions wiln doyou Helpwith Sounds/0/ and/d/

Sentences aboutFiona's family


Srntences wilh love,tike,eat,drink, a lot of Reading andWriting Portfolio 3 WBp64



Your freetime Yourpartner's freetime Buying thingsina shop Filmtimes

Your freetime yes/ noquestions Aconversation ina shop

Reading andWriting Portfolio 4 WBp66

Carol's routine urnchon Monday

(1) HelpwithListening sentence stress

Yourdailyroutine Yourpartner's dailyroutine Yourbestfriend

Conversations in a restaurant

(2) HelpwithListening sentence stress

ordering foodanddrinkin a re$auranr

RConversation ina restaurant


HelpwithSounds /w/ and/v/

YourSunday routine


Ouestions withdoes

Reading andWriting Portfolio 5 WBp68


Towns and cities


6A tufy home town


places in a townor city(1)

a, some,a lot of; thereis / thereare:positive

6Et Are there


placesin a townor city(2)

thereis / thereare:negative, yes/ noquestions andshort answers; any


thingsin yourbag(2)

RealWorldat thetouristinformation Conversations at a tourist cenlre information centre


clothes; colours;favourite

6G Tourist

any shops?


6D lt's my favourite

Susan's home town



Review and Progress Portfolio


C'fnfttf Love it, like it, hate il! 0D-RoM

7A We're h^rins


thingsyoulikeanddon'tlike; love,like,hate


7B Can you drive?



canfor ability



prepositions of place

BealWorldaskingfor and givingdirections

inthestreet Three conversations


Ooontine thingspeople

PastSimpleof be:positive andnegative PastSimple of be:questions and shortanswers;wasborn/ werebom

Threeamazing days

RealWorldtalkingaboutdaysand dates;making suggestions

A conversation aboutthisevening


7D I love tfre Internet ? Review and Progress Portfolio


Days to remember




8A l was tfiere!


(2) adjectives

aB Ffappy anniverrsary!


years andpastiimephrases

8C When's your birthdiy?


months anddatei

8D Festivals




Review and Progress Portfolio



Going away


Fantastic festivals

9A Amazing joumeys



positive (regular PastSimple: and irregular verbs)

Let'sgo bytuk{uk! Around theworldbybike

98 My tait notiaay



questions PastSimple: negative, andshortanswers

places Favourite

9C f-ast *..l<"na


at thestation


90 Who, what, when?


question words



Review and Progress Portfolio


My future

p7A 1oA Life changes you going p8o to do? loB What are


1OC Good luck! 10



futureplans;futuretimephrases phraseswith have,watch,go,go to (3):feelings adjectives

begoingto:positive andnegative begoingfo:questions and shortanswers goodbye RealWorldsaying andgoodluck

Review and Progress Portfolio p84

End ofCourse



Pair and Group Work








A worldlanguage


colour ispink t bvourite


Sentences withthereis/ thereare

Helpwith Listeninglinking(1)

Places nearSusan's flat Places nearyourhome

withls therea ...? and Questions Arethereany... ?

Hefpwith Sounds/t/ and/d3l

Yourclothesandcolours Favourite thingsandpeople Reading andWritingPortfolio 6 WBp70

youlove,like,don'tlikeandhate Things

:f+ wifi thechildren

youandyourfamily Things can andcan'tdo

Helpwifi Listening canot can't --

-trceconversations inthestreet Helpwitt Sounds /s/ and/J/

withDoes... like... ? Questions

withDoyoulike... ? ouestions Trueorfalsesentences with canand can't wilhcan Ouestions

n finstor.rd SirhSdir*tir* youdoonline Things Reading 7 WBp72 andWritingPortfolio

'[LEt amazingdays

WhenI wasten

Sentences with wasandwere

When andwherepeople wereborn Your lastwedding orparty yourbirthday? (2) Helpwithlisteninglinking When's _ ___ __llgkingsuggestions

f tda" -rdilirq

Helpwith Sounds/crl and/g:/

Aconversation about nextSaturday

Festivals Reading andWritingPortfolio I WBp74

Present HelpwithListening Simple orPastSimole

(3) HelpwithListening sentence stress Helpwith Sounds/V and/r/

Howyoutravelaround Thelasttimeyouvisiteda different townorcitv

Sentences in the PastSimple

ThingsNancyandJeffdidonholiday Yourlastholiday_

Thingsyoudoon holiday PastSimplequestions

Lastweekend Buyingtraintickets 0uestions aboutyouandyourpartner

Questions withbegoingto plans Students'future Sayinggoodbye andgoodluck

li|/h-questions Reading andWritingPortfolio 9 WBp76

Sentences with begoingto wilh be goingto Questions

Reading Portfolio 10WBp78 andWriting





Key p126





CD lnstructions


1 New friends 1A

What's your name?

VocabularynumbersO-12 Grammar l, my,you,your RealWorld sayinghe[[o; introducing people; phone numbers; sayinggoodbye

H ello! a)

Look at the photo. Read and listen to conversationI. Listen again and practise. = pfOIlUICl?tlOl

b) PractiseconversationI with four students.Use your name. c) Tell the classyour name.


ul FiIl in the gaps with I, my,you or your.




B Hello, Il?J narne'sSue. What'-s.. nar-ne? ' n M:rri o. H el l o, N i ce ttr rncet




M.g. Adarn.How are ? 'rn fine, thanks.And 'm OK, thanks.

l oo.

Listen and check.

c) Work in pairs. Practise the conversations in 5a).

Hello, l'm Francesca. Hetto,my name'sLee. .an &l

Read and listen ^l to conversation 2. Listen again and practise.


b) Practise conversation 2 with four students. Use your name.



t I?

a. .d,



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a) Fill in the gaps with I or my. 1 ,/_.'rn Stefar"r. 'rr fine, thanks. 2 3 ., narnesEmcl. b) Fill in the gaps with you or your.

sTEFAN Hello, I'm Stefan.What's your name? EMEL Hello, my name'sEmel. STEFAN Nice to meet you.

1 How are .yelL?



z Nic e t o I nc ( ' l a What'-s name? p101 Listen and practise the sentences in 3.

nM ANtrA lM A N trA

Hi, Anita. Hi, Tim. How are youl I'rn fine, thanks. And lr I' rn OK , t hanks.

1A Vocabularyand Grammar

people ntroducing

Phone numbers


a Readand listen to conversation3. -:sten againand practise. : \\brk in groups. Practise conversation 3. -, \-our se names. \


Lrmbers 0-12 Listen and practise these numbers.


0 zero

2 two

5 five 6 six 7 seven

wh;i,; t;;;h";; ;;;.;i

J,0 ten 11 etev en 12 twetve

It's02076223479. TIP! e In phone numbers 0 = oh and 44 = doublefour. b) Work in pairs. Practise the questions and answers.

three to L ir

9 nine

a) Listen to three conversations. Write the phone numbers.

!i \\brk in pairs. Say four numbers. Write your :artner's numbers. Are they correct?

b) Work in pairs. Compare answers.


NtNA David, this is Polly. DAVTDHello, Polly.Nice to meet you. PoLLY You too. LU cY Goodbye,Mi ki . MtKt Bye, Lucy. Seeyou soon. LUCY Yes,seeyou.


Wotk in pairs. Student A

pB6. Student B

Goodbye! @

'-., Read and listen ro conversation4. i;l;i: ' ^l Listen again and practise. b) Say goodbye to other students.


Where's she from? rrr Q U I CKREVIEW Writetwo phonenumbers. Workin pairs.Sayyourphone numbers. Writeyour partner's numbers. Aretheycorrect?

Countries 6f


Look at the map. Match thesecountries to l-12. itay r srazit Rissia the USA GErmanyEgyp, AustreliaM6xico Tirkey the Uft China Spair',

Wo.k in pairs. Look again at the map. Say a number. Your partner says the country. Number7.


Where areyoufrom? Q

ul Look at the photo of Stefanand Emel. Listen to the conversationand fill in the gaps. b)


Vocabularycountries Grammar he, his,she,her Rea[World Whereareyou from? Help with Listeningwordstress Review phonenumbers;l, my,you,your

Listen and practise.

c) Where are you from? Tell the class. 6rt

Lrsten,arrd notice the word str es s ( ' ) in t he c o u n tri e s i n 1 .

l'm fromJapan.

l'm fromFrance.

I' m from C ol ombi a

l'm from Moscow.

itatv grazit d) Work in groups. Ask other students where they are from. v"\

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1E| Vocabularyand Grammar Work in new pairs. Ask and answer questions about the people in the photos. 1 - - - - _ '_ - * - "* * _

What'shername? 1-2./-""-' -i -" "^-'

Binoche i ]yji91te

f wr,"i.tin.fr"rz'';

,:. france.:

\.a ','* .- ._ '.'_ - ...* - ...- .''...1


's hisname? I -.rtrk again at the photo of Stefan and Emel. 'tlllch questions 14 to answers a)-d). ' .i:-.rr'shis name?\ a) He's from Russia. \-- b) His name's Stefan. : .i.:eres he from? ,i'iat's her name? .i'ieres she from?


c) She'sfrom Turkey. d) Her name'sEmel.

f,S Listen and practise.

r Fill in the gaps with he or his. - ''\-hat's.-l?l-5-. name?

-nGrammar : name'sStefan. .\-here'-s

from? from Russia. ........!


!, Fill in the gapswith sheor her. - -*-hats..h.e-r... name? : name'sEmel i\-here's from? 's from Turkey.


ai \\brk in pairs. Look at photos 1-6 of famous 3ctors and actresses. Write sentences. Use these :-unes and countries. lllet*effi

Pen6lopeCruz WittSmith

Chan Nic o l eKi d m a n D a n i e l C ra i g .;ac k ie Frand Spain the UK China the USA Australia ' Her name's Juliette Binoche. She'sfrom France. b) '

Lisren and check.

Wort in pairs. Student A

p87. Student B



ln class

Vocabularythe alphabet; thingsin your bag(1);a andan RealWorld first namesandsurnames: classroomtanguage Review What'shis/ hername?

o oo Q U I CKR EVIEW Workin pairs.Askthe namesof studentsin your ctass: AWhat'shisname?B Marcus.What's hername?A Ana.

Thealphabet O


ffi Listen and saythe alphabet.Notice the

b) Work in pairs. Compare answers.

vowels and tlre consonallts.

Ao Bb C cD d EeF f G g Hh Ii Jj Kk LLM mN n 0o PpQ qR rSsT t U u Vv WwXx Yy Zz et

a) EIID Listen to the teacher talk to two more students. Write their names.


Listenandwrite theletters.




in 3a). fi! Lister,andpractisethequestions

first name) What'syour first name,please? b) Ask three stud.entsthe questions in 3a). Write their first names and surnames.

Things in yourbag(1) @

What'syourfirstname? @

,l Look at photo A. Then match the teacher's questions I-3 to the student's answers a)-c). t What'syour first name,please? a) Molina. z What's your surname? b) M-O-L-I-N-A. 3 How do you spell that? c) It's Pedro.

U)4lf,Il Listen and check.

a) Look at photo B. Match these words to things l-10. a bag7 a dictionary anSpple a pen a pEncil a book a ndtebook aniPod a m6bite anumbrElla b) EE|

Sf Listen and practise.

Real World


rfflr rtI


in pairs. Look againat photo B. >.rva number. Your partner says


:c thing. '."m ber 1



A bag.


lI$ withVocabulary -oot at the words in 6a). Fill in ::le gaps wrl"h 6ror an.

O -

\\ e use with nouns that regin with a sound. \\ e use with nouns that besin with ? rr)\\'cl sound.

pl00 1ll in the gaps with a or ar,. 'a

: a-,


country number English dictionary .. student answer phone number

i r CUSB 1il0! -r


Look at photo C. Lislen to '-hreeconversationsin class.Match :tudents l-3 to the words they ask .rbout a)-c). ' \lagda : Pedro I Hasan


a) Brazll b) answer c) pencil


Fill in the gapswith thesewords.

Ex€ui'esorry mean spett repeat What's understandknow A prono l--EXC--qSe me. What does'notebook' 2,,, KATE Look. This is a notebook.

EdWorld Listen again. Tick (/) these rentences when.you hear them.

Can you 4

that, please? ...-..


I'm sorry,I don't understand. What's(tdpiz)in Engtish?

KATE What's the answer to question 2? HAsANI'm s.. .. , I don't

Canyou repeatthat, please? l'm sorry,I don't know. How do you spe[[(Brazit)?

D PE D R O 7

Pl01 C

B KATE Do exercise4 on page 10. MAcDAI'm sorrv. I don't 3 KATE Do exercise4 on page 10.

Excuse me. What does(answer)mean?


Listen and praclisethe sentencesinll.

'numero'in English?

KATE Number. p roR o H ow do yotr 8 KArE N-U-M-B-E-R


b) Work in pairs. Practise the conversations. Take turns to be the teacher.


People and things

{ I f

QUI(REVIEW oor Write four Engtish words.Workin pairs.Spellyour wordsto your partner. Wtite your partner'swords.ls your spettingcorrect?


Vocabularypeople; things; plurals Reviewthe alphabet

Look at the photo of Kate for ^l one minute. Close your book. Write all the things in the photo you can remember. b) Work in pairs. Compare answers and check your partner's spelling. Who has more words?



a biby a) b) .'l... - ' 0

Look at these words. Write the missing letters.

Look at the picture. Match thesewords to people a)-e).


a boy a girl a man a w6man Listen and practise.

tl Look at the photo of Kate. Match thesewords to things I-7. a diary4


achairt atiblei' a compiter:,a cimerat awatcht a sinUwich-:

a chai r a table a thi ng a Doy

b) , ' -' ', 'r.;i Listen and practise c)Workinpairs.WhatthingsfromlessonlCareinthephoto?

a watch a sandwich

+-s chairs tables thing_ boy+ -es watches sandwich y ) -ies diaries bab irregular men women I I people

ffiffi proo {-j'ffi $"$ Listen and practise the plurals in 4. @

wir" the plurals. t 2 3 4 5

.rl..,yitrl t)



a girl girls a camera a country a watch aman

6 7 a s 10

a computer a woman an apple a dictionary a person

Wortoin pairs.Look at p98.


g 11,,"",,,'n:*l'"t"ff'*:";, @ilo,,."r.Yl:',:;,ffin*'; 9:1",",.", ,-,,Xil1!;fl'ffi letters.



bag b)

Listen again and practise.

Fill in the gapswith I, my,

^l or your. \ou

ANDY Hello, 1/'m Andy. What's name? KARA Hello, 3------.-..,,,-name'sKara. ANDY Nice to meet a--KARA s---------------too. BILL Hi, Vicky. vrcKY Hi, Bill. How are 6 -.. . ? 'm fine, thanks. BILL 7 A nds ? 'm OK, thanks. vrcKY s b) Work in pairs. Practise the conversations. Use your name. . \\rite the numbers.

O i + 6 2 I p

zere f___ f-__ s_t__ o__

7 s 12 t_____ 9 n___

3 r ____ 8 e____ ll


$tit" rhe countries.

r alyrl 2 3 4 s e z 8

suiRas ceMiox myranGe niCah azrliB kueTyr piSna

b.g man appte practise vocabularythat Japan understandcamera alphabet


c:rmput wom n teach, It rty Chin Br zil J ,pan und stand camer atphbet


1 Review O


I talv R.. M G

c.,.". B T S


practise. 1 2 3 4 5 6

Is your camerli from Chin'? Your apples are in my bag. Practisethe alph.,bet. My c,mput. i s from J, r pan. Is he from It rly or Br,,zil? Is your teach, a man or a W Om,l n?

b) Work in pairs. Practise the sentences.

Listen again and practise.

Language Summary 1, plOO a) Fill in the gaps with he,his, she or her. n B n B

name? What's 1__h.l_s__, 2.---.....-....name's Andy. Where's :--...,,,------from? 4 ,.,,......... 's from the UK..


name? Whats s__h_er.. 6-............-name'sKara. from? Where's z 8-.....---..,,--'s from the USA.

b) Work in pairs. Practise the conversations.

a) Find 12 things or people

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wo v€ Ex D FMA N C E E D LB B H I S I A Y S A N D W IC H R GA W R A

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b) Write the plurals. boy ) boys

c) Work in new pairs. Ask the questions in 4a) about students in your class.

Write the vowels(a, e, i, o, u) in thesethings.Then put a or an in the boxes. r fjl z[-l rf_l 4f_l sf_-] of--] zf_l

bag -p p la -c t --n -ry -mb r-1 1 --b -l---k n -t -b p -n c -1

el --l - p - a s f_-l p _ ' rof_l b _ _ k

a) Tick (/) the things you can do in English. I cansayhelloandgoodbye. I canaskpeople's names. people. I canintroduce I cansayphone numbers. I cansaywherepeople arefrom. I cansaythealphabet. I cansaywhenI don'tunderstand. I canaskpeople to repeatthings. I canuseolurals. b) What do you need to study again?SeeCD-R0Ml"Ittll

2 AII about you She's British o oo Q U I CKR EVIEW Writefivesingular words(awatch,etc.).Work in pairs.Take turnsto say your words.Saythe pluralsof your partner'swords:A a watch.B watches.

Nationalities Write the missing vowels (a, e, i, o, u) in these countries. ^l y t / talv s G rm nv 9 T rk pvDt zBr_ z_1 6 to the _K 3 R_ss__ 7 _ _ s tr_ l _ _ 11 Sn n + the _S_ SMx c 12 Ch n


b) Match thesenationalities to the countries in 1a). ' ^a a) berman ) b) M€xican c) Itilian d) Rfissian

e) f)

Am€rican Spinish

e) L.gl'ptran h)


British t) lirkish k) Lnrnese r) AustrAlian t)

a) #,HS o;, Listen and practise the countries and nationalities. itaty


b) Work in pairs. Say a country. Your partner says the nationalitv. ' itheuK i -zr*---""' c) What's your nationality? TelI the class. /.:--:-\ ' .* l'm Colombian i l'mJapanese. i ( l'm French. )

Around theworld a) Work in pairs. Look at photos A-D. Fill in the gaps with a nationality from 1b). b) ,:',ffi Listen and check.

HelpwithGrammar @

Eitt in rhegapswith 'm,'re or \. (+) POSITIVE 1 I British. z You lre a student. : H e. . _. _. .Chine _. _. s e . + She ,,.,.,.,_,, Brazilian. s It American.

(= I am) (= you are) (= he is) (= she is) (= it is)


Vocabularynationalities Grammar be (singutar): positiveand negative Reviewplurals; countries; my,your, his,her


2A Vocabularyand Grammar Listen and practise the sentences in 4. n ) l'm British.


Work in new pairs. Write three true sentencesand three false sentences.

,, Fill in the gapswith'm or 3.

JKRowlingis British. Lacosteis a Russian company.

' Shels- from Sio Paulo and she ..--,-.,,,, a student. z I from London and I ........... a teacher. 3 It isn't a Mercedes.It..--..-.... a Chrysler. : She isn't Australian. She. from the UK. ! He isn't from Beijing. He from Shanghai. a I'm not American. I from Havana, in Cuba.

Ol Work in pairs. Compare answers.Then match the to photos A-D. 'cntences

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Listen and practise the sentencesin 7. -nor)imnorAmer ican.


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3) Checkthesewordswith your teacher. ,t,ecipitat(city) a singer a c6mpany

I I J I I I I I I | | | I I I

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I JK Rowtingis British. l --7


I think that'strue / fa[se.

-- '-

q.Yes, you'reright./ No,you'rewrong.I b) Tell the class two of your true sentences.

Look again at 6a). Then fill in the gaps with nr t:o|.aren'tor isnt. *:cArvE (-) (= am not) I ,. American. (= arenot.) , r"t ,rer:f a teacher. t H. .-.from Berjing. (= is not) . >he Australian. t lt aMercedes.

| I |


a) Work in groups of four. Read your sentencesto the other pair. Are the other pair's sentencestrue or false?

t' \\brk in pairs. Look at photos I-10. Trck (/) the true sentences.Make the other negative.Write the correct sentences. -"tences ' -{nkarais the capitalof Turkey. / z TigerWoods is British. -d riierWoods isn'tBritish.He'sAmerican. t ClmeronDiaz is Spanish. I . \intendo is a Japanese company. ; Cairois the capitalof Egypt. : Big Benis in New York. - Kylie Minogueis American. s RobbieWilliams is an Australiansinger. I BMW is a Germancompanv. -: Hollwvoodis in SanFrancisco. ,, Check on p126. Are your answerscorrect?

What's your iob."

Vocabularyjobs questions Grammar be (singutar): andshortanswers Reviewcountries andnationalitie positiveand negative be (singutar):

o oo Q U I CKR EVIEW pairs. Yourpartnersaysthe Workin Taketurnsto saya country. ATheUK. nationality anda personor thingof that nationality: B British.JamesBondis British.

Photos of friends @


Check thesewords with your teacher. a friend mirried singte beiutifut

b) Look at the photo of Amy and Ben. Listen and match these names to photos l-4 on Amys computer. Claire Steve Daniela Karl c) Listen again. Complete the table.

Karl country job




Cermany a doctor



Jobs @

ul Match thesejobs to pictures a)-i). a minager h)

wH- QUESTTONS (?) 1 Where am I2. 2 Where . you from? 3 Where . he / she/ it from? a What your name? s What his / her name? 6 What your job? z What his / her job?


a ddctor an ictor / an ictress

a sh6passistant a te"acher a waiter / a wajtress a tixi driver a musician a policeofficer

o ln thesevocabularyboxeswe only show the main stressin wordsand phrases. b)

rm in the gaps with am, are or \.

Listen and practise.

c) Work in pairs. Ask questionsabout the people in pictures a)-i). What ' shisjob?

He'sa waiter.

What ' sherjob?

She'sa waitress.


Listen and practise the questions

b) Cover the table in 2c).Work in pairs. Ask and answer questions about the people in photos 1-4. what'strisnamei


Wh91e's he from?


wfrai;snii.yoUz ,

He'sa doctor.


2B Vocabularyand Grammar


Ity fiends


'' -?t

1 [ a r l, I




hea musician? :, Look again at the table in 2c). Trck (/) the correct answers. - l: Karl a musician? a) \'es, he is. b) No, he isn't. / : .s Steve from the USA? a) \'es, he is. b) No, he isn't. -s Claire an actress? a) \'es, she is. b) No, she isn't ^' Daniela Italian? a) \'es, she is. b) No, she isn't -\re I'ou from Russia? a) \'es, I am. b) No, I'm not. : -s vour cameraJapanese? a) \es, it is. b) No, it isn't.

*.gg i;i Lisren and pracrise the quesrions and short answers in 6.


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

:, \\brk in pairs. Compare answers.

Swih p



| i n t his c las s ? you from Russia? he a doctor? shelt alian? i t J apanes e?

Fill in the gapswith Is or Are. -\re -. you a student? ._. ,..,your teacherfrom the UK? .. ., ,you Chinese? ... ,,_you married? your mobilein your bag? ,,___ you a manager? . .,..... KeiraKnightleya musician? ............ Tom Cruisean actor? ,.,.....

b) Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions. Use the correct short answers.

:U in the gapswith am, are,is or isnt. .:i / No (?) QUESTTONS



you are./ No,you aren't. Yes, Yes,I / N o , I' m n o t. Yes,he is./ No, he .... . Yes,she . / No, she isn't. Yes,it . / No, it


i-li.l" -riig:1'1: I

Yes, t am.

Work in new pairs. Student A StudentB p93.


,,-2c^Personal information

Vocabulary titles;greeti RealWorld emailad personal information questions Reviewjobs;be (singutar) questions

Q UIC K R E V I Er ro W Take turnsto mimeyourjobsto your in pairs. Writefourjobs.Work jobs:A You're that'sright. a doctor.B Yes, yourpartner's partner. Guess

morning! Good O

ul Match1-3 to a)-c). a) a married woman t Mr (Brown) (King) b) a single woman 2 Mrs or Ms (Roberts) c) a man (married or single) s Ms or Miss

this email address'Noticehow we


*;l; [email protected] evedot smith at webmaiIdot com

Listen and practise. b) m,ffi Mr ) Mr Brown a) Look at pictures A-D. Complete the conversations with these phrases. Which three phrases meanHello? Which phrase means Goodbye? Coodm8rning GoodEvening cood nlght Goodafterno'on

ftl!}il pr03

William Brown Manager

8frH#gfsr'* BS37RJ


0117 9276538 [email protected]


'^FE X'-'.,"nffi .., k",y

k,;;;;;.webmair.ner totmail.

^g sublect: H"; #;;t



Work in pairs. Sayemail addressesI-4. ^l b) ffi$ Listen and check. a) ffi$ $l Listen and practiseemail l-4. addresses @bfl.com ) [email protected]


b) Ask three studentsfor their email Write the email addresses. addresses.

b) ilffitr fi$ Listenhndcheck.Listenagain

Are they correct?'

and practise.


c) Work in pairs. Practise the conversations.

2C RealWorld

Lookingfor a job L o o ka tthephoro.Listen to the interview


^ l . complete the form. and

: t r BtE I



nttp:TTwww.nine2fiveemployment.net/forms O o

Employment Agency


fi rs t nam e


s ur nam e m ar r ied

s i n gl e

n a t ionalit y addr es s

Roacl Manchester

rto b i l e num ber e ma i l addr es s g


O . | f) ntto;//ww*.nine2fiveemployment.net/forms

b) Work in pairs. Compare answers.

Emptoyment Agency


fi rst name


frff in the gaps with are or \.


2 3 .5 5

What lf your first name,please? What,,---.-..---... your surname? you married? \\'hat ..your nationality? What ..............your address? What......._.._.___ your mobilenumber? What _._________.___ your email address?

marri ed nati onal i ty address

filffil p1o3 Si Listen and pracri.sethe questionsin 7.




t" pairs. Interview your partner and fill Y.* ^l rn the lorm b) Check your partner's form. Is it correct?

si ngl e

How old is she?


QUICKREVIEWooo Writethe numbers0-12 in words(zero,one,etc.).Work spelling. Saythe numbers. in pairs.Checkyour partner's


Vocabularynumbers13-100 Rea[World Howold ... ? Helpwith Listeningnumbers with -teen and-ty Reviewnumbers0-12


f,f Listen and saythesenumbers.


13 thirteen

19 nineteen

16 sixteen

14 fourteen 17 seventeen20 twenty 'i {i f;ft,,rerr 18 eighteen O

ul Match these words to the numbers. ninety seventy forty sixty IMy eighty fifty a hundred 30 thirty" 40 50

60 __..,.

90 100

70 ...... 80

Sf Listen and practise.

b) &jsl


tl Look at the photo. Match thesewords to I-5.

Listen to thesenumbers.Notice the stress.



fourte'en f6rty sixte'en ttoty eighte'en e'ighty

agirl ahouse acat adog

b) f,ff,U Listen to five conversations. Fill in the gaps with the correct number.

b) Where is the stress in these numbers?

t z s + s

seventeenninety fifty thirteen thirty nineteen seventy fifteen

The catis .,.. yearsold. The houseis --.-The girl is -. The car is _____ yearsold. The dog is

c) f,[f,E Listen and check. 0






f,f Listenagainandpractise.

Fill in the gaps with thesewords. ^l .ffi

is are I'm otd

Write the numbers.

24 21 lW9!.tu._A.09.. 2s 22 .twelltytwa 23 ._..


27 28

b) Work in pairs. Say these numbers. b) ntF.ll f,f Listen and check. Listen again and practise.

27 35 49 52 68 73 86 94



b) Work in new pairs. Say your numbers. Write your partner's numbers. Are they correct?

[email protected] I

Work in pairs. Look again at the photo. Ask questionswith How old... ?.

four numbe.rs.


wo.t in new pairs. Look at p98.

Hrih O



Look at the pictures. iir'Il to lhe soundsand words.

Listen to these words. Notice how we. say the pink and vowels.


a) Look at the vowels in bold in these words. Do we say lrl or li'^l?


it's ltl


s i x thi ng hi s si ngl e Mi ss


evening fifteen

S pani sf,

ninet n

h 's sh 's p


vening fift

ninet n


Listen again and practise.




Frll in the gapswith 'm,'re, \, -.rrt. CrZnlOr 'nt nOl.

a) I'm a doctor. b) Hes from Pisa,in Italy. c) Her name's Evrit.t.t. d) Hes a waiter. e) My names Philip. 7 f) Shes an actress. g) I'rn from Aurstralia.

(+) his sllrnalne. :t (-) from Colornbia, I ( + ) lr ot n Mc x i c o . I (+) rr Spanish >it' :eachcr',but she t-, (n q i n

(-) a teacher, ( + ) a s t u d e n t.




ri"a eightjobs.


P' br itl

ri e j "e"B A '= i.

GI E g ??; ' 6 ! o

E 5' ?* J E O / . o.doo


& E 'n









:'i -o,r"-,r

5t\L i ' j ,,

b) Work in pairs. Compare answers. Listen and check. c) Listen again and practise.

Listen again and practise.

b) Match the questions in 4a) to lhese answers.

-ibb)' ./.snlt(-) from the USA, she |s (+) frorn the UK. (-) his first name, Ross



l n a m e /your/s/W hat? What'syour name? 2 you / Where / from / are ? : s /W hat/j ob/your? 4 fro m / s/W here/he? s j o b /What/hi s/s? o What / name / 's / her ? t' s /j o b l What/her?

-stralia) Australian


mai l

a) Make questions with these words.

Australia Mexico ltaty RussiaCermany Brazil theUSA Egypt Spain Turkey the UK China :


Lansuase summary 2, p1o2

$nte the nationalities'


women British watches

p t s e C hi n se pol ce


three /iri

teacher thi nk marri e d isn't I' 'ir e read ml si .-

tl Choosethe correct words.

a) Write questions with your for these answers. t lt's Eve.

What'syour first name? 2 Smith. 3 I'm American. 4 Its l2 LeeRoad,Lonclon, 5 o

NW7 3EJ. It's 07433 789215. corr.. It'[email protected]',vebmzril.

b) Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questionsin 6a). Answer for you. Work in pairs. Say a number (0-100). Your partner says the next two numbers. nineteen) twenty,twenty-one

a) Tick (/) the things you can do in English. I cansaynationalities.

t z 3 4

Are6o-d/ he a student? Is/ Areyou lrom Spain? Areyou / your married? ls/ Areyou lrom the capital of you / your country? s ls/ Areyour teacherBritish? 6 ls you / your moblle phone Japanese? b) Work in pairs. Ask and answerthe questions.

questions I canaskandanswer withbe. jobs. I cantalkabout I canaskforandgivepersonal (name, information address, etc.). I cansayandunderstand numbers 0-100. I cantalkabouthowoldpeople are. b) What do you need to study again? lTtEil

3 People and places Two cities

Vocabulary adjectives(1);word orderwith adjectives; very Grammar be (plural): positive, questions negative, andshortanswe6 Help with Listeningcontractions Reviewnumbers; be (singutar)

QUICKREVIEWo.o o Workin pairs.Countfrom 1 to 100 in threes:A one.Bfour.A seyen. Thencountfrom 1 to 100in fours:A one.Bfive.A nine.

(1) Adjectives a) Match the adjectives to

pictures a)-h). r good @ bad z hotl cold

big I

3 4



s expEnsiveI o beiutiful I z fritndlv f] e nice E

b) ffi

small old cheap

figlv unfribndly

ffi Listen and practise.

Anemailto friends O




a hot6t a room a rEstaurantaninternetcaf6 near

Read these rules about adjectives.

',, ,\clicctir cs go after be: Your watch is nict. t ,\cl.jcctircs go before nouns: It\ a utv car. * ,\cl.jcctircsare not plural with plural nouns:

They'renod friends. b) Match sentences a) and b) to pictures I and 2. Then read the rule.


b) Read email A. Where are Sally and Dan?

[ 3, f ] new


O fl '

reply all tbrwlRl

Hi Fiona and Nick

Howare you?We'rein Moscow!lt's a beautifulcity and the people are friendly,but it's very cold here.The restaurants are goodand

a) It's hot. b) lt's very hot.

they aren'tvery expensive.We'rein a new hotelnearRed Square.

',' We put verybeforeacl.icctivcs: ltbvery hot.

now,we'rein an Internetcaf6.Whereare vou?Are vou in London?

The roomsare niceand they'revery big.We aren'tin the hotel

il,.I5ripro+ @

Check these words with your teacher.



sentenceswith these words.

a / Itls / computer / old / very . It's a very old computer. z a / He' s / good /v e ry /a c to r . 3 an / camera/ Its / expensive. 4 very / nice / friends / are / Hrs . 5 friendly / dogs / Your / very / are

LoveSallyand Dan

3A Vocabularyand Grammar @


nead emailA again. Tick (/) the true sentences.Change the adjectives in the false sentences. 'I Moscow is a beautiiul city. / z The people are unf+iendly. friendly r lt's very hot in Moscow. + The restaurants are good. s Sally and Dan are in an old hotel. 6 The hotel rooms are nice. z The rooms are very small.

(+) POSITIVE \\'e.-.-.-....-.-.in a new hotel. \bu ?e from the UK. Thev verv bis.


nead email B. Choose the correct words.




r€ply reply all forward

Hi Sallyand Dan Thanksfor youremail.Nickand | ,isn'r/ (arrc?)in Londonnow, we 2's/ 7e in NewYork!lt 3?e/ 's a beautifulcity.The peopleais/ are saren't/ isn'tveryexpensive. veryfriendlyandthe restaurants We 6're/ 's in a big hotelnearCentralPark.The rooms7rs/ are very nice,but the hotelsisn't/ aren'tcheap.lt s're/ 's very coldheretoo! LoveFionaand Nick


(= we are) (= you are) (= they are)

(-) NEGATTVE \\ e -..-.in the hotel now. (= are not) \bu a-rerlt from Russia. Thev verv exnensive. - iD\. Yolt is singular and plural: \ou're a student. \ou're students.




nead email B again. Choose the correct answers. Where are Fiona and Nick? a) London. b) New York. Are they in a small hotel? a) Yes, they are. b) No, they aren't. Are the rooms nice? a) Yes, they are. b) No, they aren't.

W Sf tisten and practisethe sentences in 6.

a) ffi#

Lisrenand fill in the gaps.

Helpwith Grammar


\bu will hear each sentence twice. t 2 3 + s 6

We aren't !"ta.lian".., we're @ \bu're a verv Thev're in a He's a ............... and he isn't ___,___,_____,_ I'm an and she'sa...-.-........lr's a

b) Work in pairs. Underline the contractions (aren't, w e're, etc.) in 8a). C) Listen again. Notice the contractions.

niff in the gaps with (ue oraren't. (? (?) QUESTTONS )uEsTroNs Are thev iin na i smal lhote[? in London? ---------'you

SHORT ANSWERS Yes, theyare./ No,they Yes,we . / ruo,we aient.

Where_______.-. Fionaand Nick?


@ *..11. t*



Listen and practisethe questionsand short answers



Work in pairs. Student A

p88. Student B


Jtl a=, U

Brothers and sisters

4rt Ft




ooo Q U I CKR EVIEW Writefouradjectives.Work in pairs.Take turnsto sayan adjective fromyour list.Yourpartnersaysthe oppositeadjective: A new.B o/d.Thensayone thing for eachadjective: A A newcar.B An old computer.




to:I at the photo of the Cooper family. , ^Kead and lrsten.



men/ boys


father ()

(mu m)

women/ girls


h us band


cnoore the correct words. t 2 3 4 s 6 z

Complete the table with the words in bold in 1.

a T


Vocabulary family 's;sub:Grammar possessive pronouns(t,you,etc.)andpc adjectives(my,your, etc.) jobs;Hov, Review adjectives;

N i ck i s Fi onas to, [email protected] Kevin is Nicks brother/ son. Fiona is Kevin's mother / daughter. Anne is Fiona's sister/ daughter. Nick is Anne's brother/ father. Anne is Kevin's mother/ sister. Nick and Fiona are Kevin and Anne's children/ pazt

Help withGrammar (singutar: child)


neadthe rule. We use a name (Niclc, etc.) or a noun for a person (sister, etc.) + 's for the possessive. Fiona is Nich\ wife. It\ my sister\ car. . 's can mean is or the possessive: She'snry sister:('s = is); Kevin is Nich3 son. (3 = possessive)

Plt-r5 b)

Listen and practise. Listen and practise the sentencesin 3.

3B Vocabularyand Grammar :r 4,

Heke sentencesabout these people. ' \rck ) Kevin Nickis Kevin's father. I i:rrna -) Nick i {er-in ) Fiona e -inne .) Nick i ler-in ) Anne 6 -\nne and Kevin )

':'aa ',:

i -:

a) Look at these sentences.Then complete the table with the words in blue and pink. I'm Mary and this is Sid, my husband. Her husband'snameis Nick and he'sa doctor. Theseare their two children- our grandchildren. Itb a very nice photo, I think.

Nick and Fiona


subject Pronouns possessive adjectives


you your

sne his



b) Are these words verbs (V) or nouns (NX be V sisterN

famity listen read dog

c) Read these rules. o We use subject pronouns with verbs (I'm, you listen,

they read,etc.). o We use possessive adjectives with nouns (nry sister, yotn'family, their dog, etc.).

r rl i !:

@ a) Look at the photo. Sid and Mary are lierin and Anne's grandparents. Then complete the table with these words.

O @

b) f,[f,l f,f Listen and practise.

Choose the correct words. t 2 s + 5 o

grandparentsgrandson grandmother

Is thisyou /@dictionaryZ They/Their aren't with they/ theirparents. This is we / our dog. He / His name is Prince. I / My friend Tammy is fromyou / your city. Are you / your at he / hishouse now? She/ Herbrother's a musician. but she/ herisn't.

Write the names of people in your family. a) Work in pairs. Tell your partner abour the people in your tamily. Ask questions about the people in your partner's family.

a) f,lBl Listen to Mary talk about her , family. Put these people in the order she talks about them (t-5).

Lucasis my brother. How old is he?

Sid 7 Anne Fiona Kevin Nick

What'shis He'sa manager.

b) Listen again. Answer these questions. 1 z 3 + 5 6

How old is Sid? He's64. What is Fiona'sjob? How old is Fiona? What is Nicks job? Is Anne a good musician? How old is Kevin?

I pI05

b) TelI the class about one person in your partner's family. t--


' '-


"' -/

Eat in or take away? QUICKREVIEWooo Writethe nameof a friendandthe namesof two peoptein his/ her famity. Workin pairs.Tel[your partneraboutyour people.Askquestionsif possibte: A Myfriend'snameis Liliana.She's26. B What'sherjob?


Vocabulary food and drink( Rea[World moneyand prices Howmuch...?;in a caf6 Reviewfamity;numbers

Money andprices O

ul Matchpricesl-6 to a)-f). 1 2 3 4 s 6

f10 10p f10.50 €10 $i0 10c

a) ten dollars b) ten p (= pence) c) ten euros d) ten cents e) ten (pounds) fifty f) ten pounds

n l, VCI^O

b pRrcElrsr


b) f,TfTil f,l Listen and pracrise. pairs. Say


====O t f 0 0 {f r l

55; =ooor,orl : = = = 0 r)o 0 t )0 = 5 = =ooorxxf

0Orfrl frf = := = ot)0000== ;; rfr)rf{ l 0l = f= = = fi oot,Otf ==== = = = = 0r)000r) 5 5 5 500000rr = = = = oool )r)rl ;= ;50000rf tf

l,rnlrt, Co%l"

b) ff;lll f,f Listen and check.Listen againand practise. a)ffif,tf Listen to five conversations. Write the prices.

CanI helpyou?

b) Work in pairs. Compareanswers. 0


Look at the price list. Match the food and drink to photos I-10.

b) f,f,f,n f,f Listenand practisethe food and drink on the price @

C)Work in pairs. Look again at photos I-I0. Test your parrner.

Eiff in the gaps with is or are.

What'snumber 1?

A cheeseand tomato sandwich.

Look again at the price list. Work in new pairs. Choose food and drink. Ask your partner the price. 3 How much ---,---------the pens? + How much -,---------they?

How much is an esoresso and a croissant?

lilrirFElptOs O 0 \

q $f .Lisrenand pracrisethe questrons rn 4.


fffiFt Look at the photo of Caf6Pronto.Listen to two ^l customers. Tick (/) what they order on the price list. b) Listen again.How much doeseachcustomerspend?


Real World

RealWorld @

nead the sentences.Fill in the gapswith thesewords. letp

very away please in




Can I lrbe-/pyou?

NI ig!

ptease. Yes,(two cappuccinos), Sure.Anythingetse?

Eatin or take3--.-.,.,,-,,-, ?

Yes,(a croissant),'.. No,that'sa[[,thanks.


Eat4,,-,,,.,,-,-,, , please. Takeaway,please. OK,that's(f s.85),please. Thankyou s.------------much. Thanksa [ot. You'rewelcome.



@^ t

Listen and practise the sentences in 9.

b) Work in pairs. Practise the conversation in g. Take turns to be the customer. a) Work in new pairs. Look again at the price list. Take turns to order lood and drink. b) Role-playa conversationfor the class.



Bread and cheese

ooo Q U I C KREVIEW Writefour prices(E55,f.|O.50,etc.).Workin pairs.Sayyour prices. Writeyour partner'sprices. Arethey correct?




ul Work in pairs. Look at the photo. Match thesewords to 1-16.


juice eggs cdffee3 mitk tea sugar meat fish 6range cheese bread pista rice vEgetabtesfruit ch6colate witer

a);.i":i,:i-:!,Listen to Fiona. Tick r/ the food and drink in la) she talli:. about.

b) ."=;;ffi ffi Listen and practise. 0


b) Listen again. Choose the corretr words.

Look at the photo for one minute. Remember the food and drink. ^l b) Close your books. Work in pairs. Say all the food and drink in the photo.

1 z a 4 s

Uatch sentences14 to pictures A-D. t I like fish. B z I love chocolate.

E I drink a lot of coffee. + Ie a ta l o t of rice.


" . +'": l].Listen and practise*x sentencesrn 3.


Fionaand Nick lou"6of /. -, They drink a lot ol *ffitea They eat a lot of meat/ fish. Anne and Kevin llke eggs/ chees: Thev love fruit/ chocolate.

Complete thesesentencesfor ^l you. then wTrtetwo more sentenc( about you. t z 3 + 5 6

Il ove.. I l i ke Ieatal otof | drink a lot of --.--.--. ._..._.._.._..__..... ._......_.._.._.....

b) Work in groups. Compare sentences.


Ib withSounds


Look at the pictures. sten to the sounds and words.


Listen to these words Notice how we say the pinli and vowels.




watch chocolate orange

/# r\

coffee dog doctor hot w ro n g do[[ar shop


mb rel l a mch



q !

a coffee

O -

Listen again and practise.




m ney

Listen again and practise.

c) Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questionsin 2b). Look at this family. Then fill in the gaps with the correct family word.

s _gly O c_ld

I l \\Tite the opposites of the idjectivesin 1a) ' good bad


br ther

Lansuase summary 3,plo4

zr \\rite the vowels (a, e, i, o, u) _:'ltheseadJectrves. 'Sssd + ch--P : D_g : n_w


m ther s n

h sband I ve

an mbrella




t 2 3 + 5 6 z s

Fill in the gapswith 3, 're,

^, -irc. isn't or aren't.

.--:Ivan! ='..aand I (+) at an English '..ar-e-. (+) .:hool in Londonl It'z 3 (-) , tood school, but it o (+) -::eap.The teacher .:n- good and the students (+) friendly We 5 .:: a hotel near the school. The (+) nice, but they :roms 7-----...... (-) very bigl


-..i-e Olga b) Make questions with these n'ords. ' are/ Eva and Olga/Where ? WhereareEvaand OIga? z cheap/ Is / the school? 3 the teacher/ good/ ls ? e -{re / friendly / the students? ; s / the hotel / Where ? e big / Are / the rooms / very ?


Simon is Mia's huSban_d_. M i a i s S i mons Zara is Mias Harry is Simons Zara is Harrys Harry is Zara's Simon is Zara's........ Mi a i s H arrys

?) Cover 2a).Look at the vowels in bold. Which vowel sound is different? t hot oranse "'""":- ffih \:--z

2 s a s 6

rnother doctor son dollar country money dog chocolate love shop number brother watch husband wrong

b) Work in pairs. Compare answers. c) Listen and check. Listen again and practise.

a) Put this conversation in a caf€ in order. ASSISTANT a) OK, thats f,3.20, please. b) Can I help you? 7 c) Eat in or take away? d) Sure. Anything else? e) You'rewelcome. CUSTOMER f) Thanks a lot. g) Yes,an orange juice and an egg sandwich, please. 2 h) Take away, please. i) No, thats all, thanks. b) Work in pairs. Practise the conversation. Take turns to be the customer.

Look at these sentences. Does 3

mean is or the possessive? t lt's very cold. 's= is z Is this Lola'scomputer? E Where'sColin from? 4 Ali's a policeofficer. s lt's my friend's car. e She'smy son'steacher.

adjectives H;::,tl;.no"""ive tlmy 2 you ahe + she

5 rt 6 we 7 they

a) Tick (/) the things you can do in English. I canuseadjectives andvery. I canunderstand a simple email. I cantalkaboutfamilies. I cantalkaboutmoney andprices. I canunderstand a simplepricelist. I canbuyfoodanddrinkin a caf6. I cantalkaboutfoodanddrinkI like. b) What do you need to study again? liltlEil

4 My world I like it!

Vocabulary phraseswith like,have, Iive,work,study Grammar Present Simple(l,you,we fhey):positiveand negative Reviewfood anddrink(1) and(2); family;be

ooo Q U I CKREVIEW Writeten wordsfor food anddrink.Workin pairs.Comparelists. Saywhichthingsyou likeon your partner's[ist:A / Iikecoffee.

Phrases withlike,have,live,work,study O

Match these word.s or phrases to the verbs. ^l foetffit two children English in a flat for a Spanish company rockmusic languages in the centreof the city a car in an office



Lifein Peru a) f,fip| Read and listen to Ricardo. Who are Cecilia, Carlos and Diego? b) Read about Ricardo again. Choose the correct words. t z s 4 5 e

Ricardois from @t Colombia. He'ssingle/ married. His flat is / isn'tin the centreof Cuzco. His car is seyen/ nineyears oId. His sonsare/ aren'tvery good at English. They llke Chinese / lapanesefood.

c) Work in pairs. Compare answers.

f.pp-tba.!1.. My name's Ricardo andl'm fromCuzco, in Peru. l'm married andmy wife'snameis Cecilia.We livein a veryniceflat in the centreof the city.I workfor a carcompany, but I don'thavea newcar.My caris nine yearsold!Wehavetwo sons,Carlos andDiego, butwe don'thavea daughter. Carlos andDiegostudyEngtish at school- they'reverygood.They likefootball, rock musicandChinese food,butthevdon'tlikehomeworkl



ltf ir I

lrr r[ I




b) En

$f Listenandpractise.


4A Vocabulary and Grammar a) Tick (/) the sentences that are true for you. Make the other sentences negative.

lhlp withGrammar


rosrrrvr {*) a) Underline the verbs in these sentences.They are in the Present Simple. I rvork for a car company. \bu study English. \\-e live in a very nice flat. They like football. ; o The PresentSimplepositiveis the samef.orI, you, *'e and they.

t I live in the centre of the city. I don't live in the centre of the city. z I work in an office. s I like Italian food. a I like rock music. s l haveacomputer. 6 l haveasi ster. 7 I study English. 8 I live in a small house. 9 I work for an American company. b) Work in pairs. Compare sentences. How many are the same?

(-) NEGATTVE b) Look at these sentences. Notice the word order. don't


a new car.




(don't= do not) Write three true sentencesand three false sentencesabout you. Use phrases from la) or your own ideas. I don't likeChinese food. I live in a verysmallflat. I work in a caf6.

c) Write these sentences in the table. 1 We clon't have a daughter. 2 They don't like homework.




fif Listen and practisethe sentencesin 3.

Lifein Australia O -

Readabout Sandra.Fill in the gaps with the positive (+) "l or negative(-) form of lihe, hate,live, worh or study. b) [?ln

Listen and check.

Work in new pairs. Say your sentences. Are your partner's sentencestrue or false? I don't likeChinesefood. I think that'strue / fa[se.

you'reright./ No,you'rewrong. Yes,

My free time

Vocabutaryfreetime activities Grammar Present Simple(l,ya- a fhey):questions andshortansr.,eHetpwith Listeningquestions,.,' doyou Review phraseswith /ike,have . .z work,study

ooo Q U I CKR EVIEW Complete fourof thesesentences for you:I live..., I have..., I don't have..., lwork..., I like..., I don't like.... Workin pairs.Compare sentences. Arethey the same?A I livein a smallflat. BMe too.

Anonlineinterview I

Look at the web pageon p33. Readand

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listen to the interview with Mike and Kim Black Find three things they do in their free rime. b) Read the interview again. Are these sentences true (T) or false (FX t z 3 + s o z

Mike They They They They They They

and Kim are married. f have a flat in London. don't like London. don't like U2. don't watch TV go to concerts. dont like Mexican food.

Help withGrammar O


Look at these quesrions.Norice rhe word ordr:

wH- QUESTTONS (?) Where



l i ve

W hat musi c



l i ke?

i n the UK?

b) Write these quesrions in the table.

Freetimeactivities O


\tatch thesephrasesro pictures l-8. go to cdncertsZ go to the.?n"rr go shdpping go out with friends playt6nnis watchTi or DVDs ptaycompitergames eato'ut

I r l?El

ffi Listen and pracrise.

a r \\rite four sentencesabout your free time. - =e phrasesfrom 1a). : .z-,tennisin myfree time. ,,,z::h TVa lot. ::' t go to concerts. bt \\brk in pairs. Compare sentences.

t What <[o you do in your free time? z What food do you like? i !r" . Present Simple questions are the same fLlr I, you, we and they. c) Fill in the gaps with do or don't.

YEsI y? QUESIoNS (?) 0n::ro, likeLondon?

._ _

r": r":: concerts? theytikeMexican food?

SHORT ANSWERS I Yes,I do. N o,l -, , ,. : Yes,we No, we don't. : r Yes,they i No, they ....,,.. pl- -


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Vocabulary and Grammar


a) Fill in the gaps with do and these verbs. liYE do

tike go

have eat

t Where dq Vike and Kim Uve in the UK? z thev a house in Los Angeles? r W hat in thev their free time? 4 thev to the cinema? s thev out a lot? o thev cho colat e? b) Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions in 5a).




Lllen ro rhese

questions.Notice how we say do you. t Wheredo you /dia/ live? z What musicdo you /dja/ like? 3 Do you /dje/ go to concerts? 4 Do you /dja/ like Mexican food? b) Listen and write four questionswith do you. You will hear eachquestiontwice. c) Work in pairs. Compare sentences.

a) Listen and practise the questionsin 6a) and 6b) and the short answers. b) Work in pairs. Student A, ask the questionsin 6a).StudentB, ask the questionsin 6b).Answer for you.

Work in new pairs. pB6. StudentA p92. Student B

it -

Buying thing:s

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Vocabularythingsto buy; this,that,these,those RealWortdin a shoo Reviewfreetime activities; Howmuch moneyand prices;

with Doyou,..7 andfindtthreethingsyou Askquestions Workin pairs. B Yes, , o . / No , ld o n ' t . bothdo in yourfreetime:A Doyouplaytennis? , ld

il il 'rI -,

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il Jt":#flJ*,Y


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a) Look at the pictures.Matchthesewordsto t-l 7 an6wspaperamap ap6stcard amagazine card a boxof ch6cotatestittrut a blrthday gum sweets bStteriesch6wing

il I il






c) Look again at the pictures. Test your partner.


1? What'snumber


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A magazine.


Look at photosA-D. Listenand fill in the gapswith thecorrectprices.


rI I


iI il il



c-4 -


Look againat photosA-D. Thenfill in the table with the wordsin bold. here

il I : il II



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singular Plural pr06 , -l t


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Listen and practise the questionsin photos A-D. this) thismap ) Howmuchis thismap?

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4C Real World Fill in the gaps with this, that, theseor those. a) Read these conversations. Fill in the gaps with these words. Erctrse much are lot

else have



me.DovouhaveI I ' .Exs.us.e. l.-Tf 'gill::d:!i }




Yes, thev're overthere'

l* ,,,(14.7s).

How 2


Crr ra-

Th.y'r. (50p)each.


li_'!::"!914"'1|,. " this(birthday card), I I Yes, prease. i i

Anything else? a) f,llp Look againat photosA and B. Then listen to the conversations and fill in the gaps.

lH. r. u o rs |\-.------

A cusroMER Excuseme.Do youhaveany 1..naPL.of London? sHopAsstsrANr Yes,they'reoverthere.

, please.

B c

b) Work in pairs. Compare answers.


rhanksa 6 Thankua.v,r.t,


0 0

Work in pairs. Practisethe conversations in 6a). Taketurns to be the customer.


W*f. in the samepairs. StudentA -) p88.


,lWork in new pairs.Write a conversationin a shop. Uselanguagefrom la) and 7a).


OK, these postcards,please. _"__ And can I havethat box of chocolates? sl Sure.Anything else? c Yes,this birthday card,please. sl OK, that's6f.--._-..._ c Hereyou are. sr Thanks very much. Goodbye. c Bye.


1 one question with Do youhave 2 one question with Can I have ... 3 two questions withHow much

Hi. How much are these a

SA They're 50p each.


b) Read the conversations again. Find:

c Thanks. How much is this map? sA It',sf4.75. c OK. Chn I have this map and lhese --'-' Please? sa Sure. Anything else? c No, that's all, thanks. sa OK, that's 3f,_..__.-_.. Thanks a lot. Bye. c Goodbye.

- OK,that's(€10.65).


f,!ftl f,f Listen and practisethe sentences in 7a).

Student B ) p94.

b) Practise the conversation until you can remember it. c) Work in groups of four. Role-play your convershtion for the other pair. What does the customer buy? How much does he / she spend?


Days and times

Vocabularydaysof the week;time words RealWorld tellingthe time;talkingabou: the time Reviewthingsto buy;numbers 0-100

ooo Q U I CKR EVIEW Workin pairs.Write a list of thingsin the shopin lesson4C. Checkon p34.Whichof thesethingsdo you havewith you?



@ @

Listen and practise the days of the week.


@ @ @

Mondayir(''.i,:i\ Wgdngsday Thursday , i , i ,,,' i b) Work in pairs. Say a day.Your partner says the next two days. -.'.. Fncay..;


@ o Fffi @ MH @


Watchtimes l-8 to clocks a)-h). t 2 3 4

Saturday, Sunday

c) Answer these questions.




five past six c,) ten past srx twenty past srx twenty-five past six

5 6 7 e

twenty-five to se\.e: twenty to seven ten to seven five to seven

t What day is it today? z What day is it tomorrow? s What days are the weekend?


ul Put thesetime words in order.


Listen and write five times. ^l b) Work in pairs. Compare answers.


Look at pictures I and,2.Fill in the ^l gaps with thesewords.

a day ayear 7 an hour a s6cond7 a month a minute a week b)

Listen and check. Listen again and practise.

Listen and practise the times in ,orand 4.


time hatf it to

c) Fill in the gapswith words in 2a).Use the singular or plural. a) 60 leeonds.= I minute I hour b) 60 =lda1 c)24 d)7days=1 =I e) 365 da1's = I year t) 12 ......._ I

ul Match these times to clocks A-D. hatfpastsix C quarterto s6ven quarterp.tt ti^ sixo'c[6ck

b) We can say times in a different way. Match these times to clocks A-D. six A sixthlrty sixforty-f?ve sixfifte'en

b) Listen and check. Listen again and practise. Work in new pairs. Student A 'l p89. StudentB '. p95.

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Look at the pictures 19

the sounds and words.



bt r:?


t t t to

Notice how we say th in these


t6l lel

three thirteen thirty month think thing thanks birthday Thursday


mother father brother this that these those the then they with their

mother b)

again and practise.


Match the verbs in A to the words / phrases in B. :-- I ''.

(iki/workfootball study/ IiveEnglish like/ workin an office have/ studytwo children work/ Iikerock music live/ havein the centreof the city study/ /ivelanguages have/ Livein a ilat have/ work a car work/ Likefor a German company

a) Write sentencesabout you *ith these words. Use the positive (+) or negative (-) form tlf lihe, have,live,worh or study. t coffee I don't likecoffee. 2 a mobile I havea mobile. 3 in a smallflat + Japanese s for a British company s Chinesefood 7 a brother e in the capitalof my country 9 for a computercompany to Englishat a languageschool b) Work in pairs. Compare sentences.How many are the same?

Listen again and practise.

4,p1o6 Lansuase summary

Choosethe correct verbs. .;..,.t, t z t t 5 d

a) i:' . ;.?Listenro rhesewords. I


AB gotol go watch Ptay eat watch

TV games computer out

go to go

tennis thecinema outwith friends

Pray O

DVDs \\ concerts shopping

ul lVtake,questions about rock stars Mike and Kim Black. 1 married/ Are/Mike and Kim ? AreMikeand Kim marriedT z live / do / Where / they / in the UK? 3 a house/ have/ they / in the USA/Do? + like / do / music / What / they ? s do / in their free time / they / What / do ? 6 go to / Do / concerts/ they ? t do /What / like / they / food ? 8 the cinema/ go to / they/ Do ? b) Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions in 4a).

url; :1 ;

Listen," ;;;**

sentences. Listen again and practrse. 1 I think that's your mother. 2 Are those your things? a It's their brother's birthday on Thursday. 4 I think that man's thirty-three. s Thanks for those thirteen emails. 6 This is the first Thursday of the month. b) Work in pairs. Practise the sentences.

a) Write the letters in these things you can buy in a shop.

a;"' l maD 2 sw __ts 3 b_tt__i es 4D s c rd 5n w D er z 6m e I Tb th av c d g_m a ch_w _-g 9 t_ss_es 10 b_x of ch_c-l --es b) Work in pairs. Compare


a) Tick (/) the things you can do in English. I cantalkaboutthingsI haveand donrthave. I cansaywhereI liveandwork. I cantalkaboutthingsI doin my freetime. I canaskpeople abouttheirfreetime I canbuythingsin a shop. I cansaythedaysof theweek. I cantellthetime. b) What do you need to study


5 Day-to-day life <

5A A typical day

U.."Ou,"O da ly rout nes Grammar Present Simple(he,she,it). positiveandnegative Reviewtettingthe time;Present Simp.= (1,you, we,they);freetime activities

ooo Q U I CKR EVIEW Writesixtimes(5.30,9.10,etc.).Work in pairs.Take turnsto sayyourtimes.Writeyour partner's times.Arethey correct?




a) Work in pairs. Tell your partner what time you do the things in 1a)in the week. What do you do at the same time-

a) Look at the pictures of Carol'sroutine. Then match thesewords or phrasesto pictures l-10.

I get up at seveno'clock

b) Tell the class things that you and your partner do at rht same time.

get fip 7 go to b6d leaveh6me get h6me startw6rk finishw6rk havebre'akfasthavelinch havedinner sleep b)

Listen and practise.

c) Match the words and phrases in 1a) to these times of day. morning

I get up at hatfpastsix

Yoshiand | leavehomeat eight.

Carol's routine @

ul Check thesewords with your teacher. univ6rsitymiddiy ridnight bef6re(10.30) Sfter(10.30) abo'ut(to.:O)

get up

afternoon evening night

b) Look again at pictures l-10. Then read about Carol's routine on p39 and fill in the gaps with the correct times c)

Listen and check.

5A Vocabularyand Grammar Carol and her brother Tom live

m* HE Listenand practisethe sentences in 4a)and 4c).


in Manchester. Carol gets up at , but she doesn't like "1""7'.Q9mornings! She has breakfast at about b)..-..--.---.--and she leaves home

are the he, she,it forms of these


**at t z 3 +

at c)-...__,,_,_____ . She works in a mobile phone shop and she starts work at . She has lunch at in a caf€ near the shon. She finishes work at r) and gets home at e)----........... She has dinner at . She doesn't watch TV after dinner, she goes out with

have study love go

9 10 11 tz

eat warch drink read

Tom's routine Read about Carol's brother, Tom. Put the ^l verbs in brackets in the correct form of the Present Simple.


seven hours.

b) Work in pairs. Compareanswers.



s o 7 8

b) i,''':.* ;,; Listen and practise.Which he, she, it forms have the sound lvl at the end?

friends. She goes to bed at midnight and sleeps for about

like /ikes play start finish

eosrrrvr {*)

Tom's a waiter and he l wotks (work) in a

a) Look at these sentences. The verbs in hitii: are in the Present Simple. Then complete the rule.

restaurant called the New Moon. He 2___.__.___.__..__.___

ihe .,, ,r r . work at nine o'clock. She :r, ;"ir, ' work at half past five.

(not work) in the morning, so he

(getup) at

In positive sentenceswith he, she and it we add -s or to the verb.

middav. He a (not have) breakfast, but (have) he s.---.---..-.....,,..

b) Look at these spelling rules. Fill in the gaps with the r-erbs in bold in the text about Carol. spe[[ingrule


-cst verbs:add -s


,:rb s e n dingin - c h or - sh : = :C-e s

watches teaches ' ' ' ' ' -' .-..--

.='b se n dingin c ons ona n+t y : -ies /


:-e verbsgo anddo: add -es

does -.....-----..--

a big lunch before he o(go) to work. He (leave) home at 4.30 and he (start) work at 5.00. He s.,............... (finish) (not eat) _,,__ (have) dinner -,,--,--,,--. (g"ohome and then wnen he 12-. (watch) TV ne 15 1a__..__..__.. Tom and Carol . (not work) on 1s___.__-.. Monday, so they . (have) lunch 16 (talk) about the week. together and

work at midnight, but he in the restaurant.He 11 I

:-: verb haveis irregutar \:cATtvE(-) lt Look at these sentences. Notice the word order. i -e

r;oes n' t t ik e

mo rn i n g s .


,.ii:esn't watch

TV after dinner.

(d o e s n ' t= doesnot)

o The negative is the same for he, she and it: He doesn'thaye a car It doesn'tstart today.



Wott in new pairs. Student A StudentB p95.


frl ry --


Where does she work?


ooo Q U I CKR EVIEW Workin pairs. Te[[eachotheraboutyour routine in the week A I get up at sixo'clockin theweek. BReally? I get up at aboutten!

Timephrases withon,in,at O


Write these words and phrases in the correct column. slnd€'r lbetrFnifig six-okld( the afternoon Monday the evening Tuesday morning halfpastten midday Fridayafternoon midnight night the week the weekend Saturday evening

Vocabulary time phraseswith on,in, at Grammar Present Simple(he,she,if):questions andshortanswers Help with Listeningsentence stress(1) Reviewdailyroutines

LunchonMonday a)

Look at the photo of Carol,

Tom and Nadine. Listen to their conversation. Choose the correct words in these sentences. t z E + s

Carol has anespresso [email protected] Nadine works/ doesn'twork with Tom. She studies English and ltalian / French She's from France/ Cermany. She lives with two / three other people

b) Listen again. Answer these questions.


1 Does Tom know Nadine? No. he doesn't. 2 Where does Nadine work at the weekend? 3 What does she do in the week? a Where does she live in Manchester? 5 Does she like Manchester? e What does she do in her free time? c) Work in pairs. Compare answers.

b) @

. ,,.,.Listen and practise.

,l Fill in the gaps with the correct preposrtrons. 1 I getup ?f 10.00 weekend. 2 l go t obed

3 4 5 6

the week. I go shopping I havedinner Sunday. I watch TV I play football afternoon.


11.30 Saturday. 8.00 .. . , the evening. Saturday

b) Tick the sentencesthat are true for you. Make the other sentences true for you. c) Work in pairs. Tell your partner your sentences.Are any the same?

5E| Vocabularyand Grammar



your friend male (c/) or female (gX





at the weekend?





in the week?

b) Work on your own. Write five questions with doesto ask your partner about his / her best friend. Use these ideas or your own.

' r Present Simple questions are the same for he, she and it.

live work study foodanddrink dailyroutine freetimeactivities thingshe/ shelikes thingshe/ shehas

b) Write these questions in the table. t Where does she live in Manchester? z What does she do in her free time? c) Fill in the gaps with does or doesnt. YESI NO QUESTTONS (4 Daes he know Nadine? she like Manchester?

SHORT ANSWERS Yes,he . / No, he doesn't. yes,she does./ No, she

WheredoesGustavolive? Doeshe studyEnglish? Whatfood doeshe like?

d) Fill in the gaps in rhese rules with do or does.

We use We use

*V \\ \e\r pa\rs.\il\your "\fn partner your best friend's name. Is

in questions with he, she and it. in questions with I, you, we and they.





'',''l Listen and practisethe questionsand short answers

in 4.

a) m Listen to these questions.Notice the sentencestress. We stress the important words. Wh€redoesT6m live? Doeshe w6rk with Nadine? DoesNadine like Minchester? Whit doesshe d6 in rhe we'ek? Doesshe 96 to the cinemaa l6t? Wh€re doesT6m w6rk? b) Listen again. Is doesstressedin questions?


l::lryi ' ,: Listen againand practise. "l b) Work in pairs.Ask and answerthe questionsin 6a). , WheredoesTom[ive?, .=----\ j I/'.--:;"** In Manchester.


Wort in the samepairs. Student A -r p89. Student B + p95.

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Work with your parrnerfrom ga).

^l and answer your questions. Ask Ask more questions if possible.

{**'@ b) Tell rhe classrwo rhingsulori your partner'sbest friend.

The New Moon


o oo Q U I C KREVIEW Workin pairs. Askquestions to findthreethingsthat you and yourpartnerdo at the sametime of day:A Whattimedoyou get up?BAt half pastseven. A Me too./ Oh,I get up at six.

Vocabularyfoodanddrink(3) RealWorld in a restaurant Hetpwith Listeningsentence stress2 Review Present Simpte; tellingthe tirr moneyandprices; Howmuch... ?

What's onthemenu? a) Look at the menu from the New Moon restaurant. Match photos l-I0 to the food and drink on the menu. b) M @

fif Listen and practise.

Work in pairs. Take turns to choose food and drink from the menu. Ask your partner the price. How much is a chickensatadand a Coke?

( Sevenpoundsninetv.


Areyoureadyto order? C)

ffim Listen to Tom's conversation with two customers. ^l Tick (/) the food and drink they order on the menu. b) Work in pairs. Compare answers. How much is the bill?


@nfr,vrroon Main courses chickensalad vegetablelasagne burgerand chips pizza mushroom

06.50 L6.25 05.95 L6.75

Desserts applepie andcream L3.25 frurtsalad 02.80 chocolate,strawberry or vanillaice cream L2.95 Drinks bottleof mineralwater (stillor sparkling) L210 Coke L1.40 juice orange L2.00 coffee 0'1,95 tea L1.60

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Real World

Read the conversation. Find all the words for food and drink. ^l WAITER CUSTOMERS Areyou re'ady to 6rder? C€rtain[y.

Whit woutdvou tlke to drink?

pte'ase? YEs.CanI hive (thechlckens5[ad), AndcanI hive (thevdgetable tas5gne)?

(A C6ke)for m€,ple'ase. Andcanwe hive (a b8ttteof mlneralwiter)a

stitlor sp8rkting? ple'ase. Splrkting, oR.rhinksv6rymfich.

Wouldyou tlkea dess6rt?

N6t for m6,th5nks. a





( Ine apP reP re,Torme. And (tw6 c6ffees),ple'ase.

Excfise me.Canwe h5vethe bltt,pte'ase? of co'urse. Th8nks a t6t.


b) Read the conversation again. Find: 1 two questions with can I have ... . 2 two questions with can we have ... . 3 tw o q u esti onsw i thw oul dyoul i he ..

--::3= Look again at 4al.Listen again and notice the sentencestress. Areyou re'adyto 6rder?


ul'"ll:l:* ffi trstenand practisethe sentencesin 4a).Copy the stress. b) Work in groupsof three.Practisethe conversationin 4a).Taketurns to be the waiter / waitress.


Work in the same groups. Write a conversation between a waiter / ^l waitress and two customers at the New Moon restaurant. Use language 4a) from and food and drink from the menu. b) Practise your conversation until you can remember it.

t#rtF .--*/


GEfil p10e !

c) Role-play your conversation for the class. Listen to other groups' conversations. What do they order?


A day off

ooo Q U I CKR EVIEW Workin pairs. Writea[[the foodanddrinkon the menuat the NewMoon restaurant. Checkyour list with anotherpair.Thencheckon p42.


Look atthese frequency adverbs. Fill in the gaps with ^l usug.lLyar.a,nor usually. arways

. I i

Vocabulary frequencyadverbs andphrases with every Reviewfoodanddrink(3);Present Simpte;time phraseswith on,in, at

a) Read about Pete and Maggie again. What does each person always, usually, sometimes, never do on Sundays?


b) Work in pairs. Compare answers. 0%


b) Put these phrases with mery in order.

everyday 7 every year everyweek everymonth @

,. Freclucnc), aclvcrbs go after be'. I'nr rrlu,c,1,5 tired on Sundays. Itb rrol tr.stralll' very busy. rrrlvclb.sgo before ' Fr.t'rlrrt'nc''f, other verbs: I rrt'r'crhave breahfast. I don't usuall.1, go out. '*, Phrasesrvilh clo.\' are usually at the end of the sentence: I w orh cl cl l ' .S rrl urtLr.r, . I play football t'r,cr.t, rrronrirrc. -Srnrrlrr.1,

c) Gm ffi Listen and practisethe words and phrasesin la) and1b). I


Checktheseword.swith your teacher. e'arly late tired bilsy tog6ther

b) ffiS Read and listen to Pete and Maggie'sSunday routines. What do they always do together on Sundays? On SundaysI alwaysget up earty.I neverhavebreakfast becauseI playfootballeverySundaymorning.I get home at middayand then I sometimessleepfor an hour or two. I don't usua[[ygo out in lhe afternoon,I usually watchfootba[[on TV.And Maggieand I havedinner togetherat the samerestaurant everySundayevening.

l'm alwaystired on Sundays becauseI work every Saturday.I alwayshavebreakfastin bed and I never get up beforemidday!| usuallyphonemy friendsin the afternoon,and I sometimesgo and seemy parents.In the eveningPeteand I alwayshave dinnerat a restaurant ca[[edthe New Moon.lt isn't usuallyvery busyand the food is fantastic!

nead these rules and the examples.

llP! o We can say: I'm always tired on Sunday / Sundays.

ffiK$ pI08 E--:

al Make these sentencestrue for you. Use lrequency adverbsor phrases with every. 1 I haverice for dinner. I don't usuallyhavericefor dinner. 2 I eatout at the weekend. g I'm tired on Mondays. + I'm busy in the week. 5 I go shoppingon Saturdays. 6 I get up early at the weekend. z I'm late for my English class. b) Work in pairs. Compare sentences. a) Write two true sentencesand two false sentencesabout vour Sundav routine. b) Work in pairs. Sayyour sentences. Guess if your partner's sentencesare true or false.


i:fn Lookat theprctures l, . Llsten to the sounds and words.


3l try





vegetablesvery evening never live every vocabulary five seven eleven

Lansuase summary 5,p'to8 b) Work in pairs. Compare answers. Check your partner's spelling.

I g.e.-fup at 7.00 in the week. I h....... breakfastat 7.30. I1..... homeat 8.30. I s------------... work / schoolat 9.00. I h..............Iunch at 1.00. I f .......--.... work / schoolat 5.30. | E ......----. home at 6.00. I h ........dinnerat 8.00. I g .........to bed at midnighr.

a) Make questions about Rico with these words. 1 Where / live / Rico / does ? Wheredoes Ricolive? 2 work / Where / does/ he ? r his job / he / Does/ like ? + do / in his free time / What / he / does? s any children/ he / Does/ have ? 6 his wife / cats/like / Does?

b) Tick (/) the sentencesin la) that are true for you. Make the other sentencestrue for you.

My best friend'sname is Rico and (live) in London. He he 1..ttz.g,f. (work) in a hotel, but he (not like) his job very much. In his free time he (go) to the cinema, (study) Englishand 6............... (watch) football on TV He's (not marriedand he t...-.---... have) any children,but his wife

b) Work in pairs. Practise the conversation.



the words. l'illfff

WAITER 1 Are you r e.a-d.y to o-----......-... ? 2 W...-...--...... would you like to d .....? 3 W ..-.-you L.--....,. a dessert? CUSTOMER a) N-9..ffor me, 1...---"--..... b) A Cokef.........me, p................ c) Yes.C..........I h-..-.....-..-.. the Iasagne,please? b) Match questions I-3 to answersa)-c). c) Work in pairs. PraCtisethe questions and answers in 5a).

b) Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions. Then check your answers in 2a).

c) Work in pairs. Compare your daily routines.

t) Put the verbsin bracketsin the PresentSimple.

I Where do you work? g I'm a waiter and I work in a very nice cafein Vienna. When n do you work? e I work everyer.eningfrom five to elevenin the week. I Do you work at the weekend? B Yes,I work sevendaysa week.

b) fif listen againand practise.




waiter atways women when work where Wednesday week weekend twelve

Read thesesentencesabout a ^l typical day. Complete the verbs. t 2 3 + s 5 7 8 e




f,lt Lrsrento the

^lfiTlil conversation. Listen again and


b) ffi Listen againand practise.


Lrsrcnto thesewords. I

Notice how we say w and v in


cnoorethecorrectwords.[Ea t @/ at Thursday in / at the morning on / in Thursday morning in / at night on / in the afternoon in / at the weekend in / at the week at / on midday on / in the evening on / in Sttndayevening in /af midnight at / on half.past six

2 3 4 5 5 7 I 9 10 11 12

a) Tick (/) the thingsyou cando in English. I cantalkabout myroutine andother people's routines. I canusetimephrases. I canaskpeople about theirroutines andfreetime. I canunderstand a simple menu. I canorder foodanddrinkina restaurant. I canusefrequency adverbs. b) What do you needto study again?fillFil

6 Towns and cities My home town o oo Q U I CKREVIEW Writesentences aboutthingsthat you:always,usualty, sometimes, neverdo on Saturday. Workin pairs.Tel[your partneryour sentences: A I alwaysget up lateon Saturday.B Me too. / Oh,I usuallyget up early.


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Places in a townorcity(1) ul Match thesewords to picturesl-9.


4 a mustum a the'atre a sh6pping a burttdlng centre a park a rluer a stition a bis station an a'irport

b)f,ff,l ff Listenandpractise.

Mycity (9

tl Checkthesewords with your teacher. fimous great hotsprlngs swim a train a mite b) Look at the photos of Bath, a famous city in England. Which things from la) can you see in the photos?

Vocabularyplacesin a town or city (1) Grammar a, some,a lot of; thereis / thereare:positive Review frequencyadverbs;Present (1) Simple;adjectives

a) f,flf| Read and listen to Susan. Does she like living in Bath? b) Read about Bath again. Tick (/) the true sentences.Correct the false sentences. t z 3 + s s

Bath is intlelJ5A. England It's a very beautiful city. / Susangoesto the ThermaeBath SpaeveryFriday. TheJaneAusten Centreis a theatre. Thereare trains to London every30 minutes. Bath doesn'thavean airport.

| livein Bath,a cityin England. place. lt'sa verybeautiful Therearea lot of old buitdings in the centreandthereare someveryniceparks. Bathis famousfor its hotsprings, andyoucanswimin the hotwaterat theThermae Bath Spa.I go thereeverySunday, it'sgreat!Inthecentreof Baththerearefivetheatres andsomeverygoodmuseums, inctuding the Roman BathsandtheJaneAustenCentre, aboutthefamousEngtish writer.There areatsoa lot of goodrestaurants andhotels, andthere's a bignew shopping centrecalledSouthCate.There aretrainsto London everyhalfan hour,andthere'sanairportin Bristol, onty'15 milesaway.lthink Bathisa greatptace to live.

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There ls. a beautifulriver. There two cinemas. There a bus station. There somehot springs. There a nice caf€near the station. There two five-starhotels. There a famousrestaurantcalled SallyLunn's. a There....... a lot of trains to London everyday

There'sa person in the park.

2 Thereare some people in the park. 3 Thereare a lot of people in the park .Y


AC rl b) Fill in the gaps with 's (= is) or dre.


b) fiii*f Listen and check. Notice how say there\ and there are. There'sl6eezl a beSutifulrlver, Thereare llearal twd clnemas.

SINGULAR There._1s.. a big new shoppingcenrre. There .-an airport in Bristol. PLURAL There......._......_ five theatres. There....___......__ some very nice parks. There.....__........ a lot of old buildings.

and Grammar

a) Look at these sentencesabout Bath. Fill in the gaps with 3 or are.

tl Marchsenrences l-3 to picturesA-C. 'I


c) f,f Listen again and pracrise.


ul Choosethe correctwords. t 2 g + s o z 8


There'[email protected]/ someshdon. There area / threeparks. There area / somegood museums. There'sa / somebus station. Therearesome/ a beautifulbuildines. There'sa / an o\d,theatre. There arean / a lotof very good restaurants. There aresome/ a nice hotels.

b) Work in pairs. Compare answers. Which sentencesare true for the town or citv vou are in now? ,r:*:{if:,:;':'lil' n 'i".:\&rl.. ;'.,;.1:

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Write sentencesabout a town or citv vou ' know (not the town or city you're in now). Use there is, there are and words from 1a). ln ... therearesomebeautifulparks. Therearea lot of nice restaurants. There'sa big shoppingcentre.


Work in pairs. Tell your parrnerabout

^l town or city in 7. your

b) Tell the class rwo things about your partner's town or city.


r rr Rr- Are there any shops? -, 7"ry--

o oo Q U I CKR EVIEW Workin pairs.Saysentences aboutthe town or city you are in now.Usetherels andthereare:ATherearesomegood restaurants in the centre.B Yes,andthere'sa nicepark.

Places in a townor city(2) 0

Match these words to pictures l-9. ^l a road 3 a pdstoffice a chEmist'sa bank a mirket a sioermarket a brisstop a square a c6shpoint / anATlil

b)f,ffil f,l Listenandpractise. c) Work in pairs. Testyour partner.

@:rrlraD (ftt. -\


Welcome to my hom a) GliFl Look at the photo of Susan and her friend, Isabel. Listen to their conversation. Fut these things in the order they talk about them. Susan'sflat 7 restaurants shops trains and buses banks b) Listen again. Choose the correct words. .^. t [email protected]) / doesn'tlikeliving in her flat. z There aresome/ a /ot o/ shopsin Susan'sroad. s There'sa cashpointat the supermarket / postoffice. 4 It's a mile/ two milesto the centre of Bath. s Thereare busesto the centreof Bath everyten/ twentyminutes. s Thereare somenice restaurants nearSusan's house/ in thecentre. c) Work in pairs. Compare answers.

Vocabulary placesin a town or city (2) Grammar thereis / thereare: negative,yes and / no questions shortanswers; any Helpwith Listeninglinking(1) Review a, some,a lot of; thereis / thereare:positive



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\IEGAIVE(_) ' Th e r e ... , There .

a s t a ti o n n e a r h e re . ,. any good restaurantsnear here.

nt Fill in the gapswirh is, are, isntor arent. lES/ NO QUESTTONS (?)



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Look at the picture and the places(a cinema, hotels, etc.) Write eight queitions to ask anorher student about placesnear his / her home. Use ls therea ... ? and Are thereany ... ?. ls therea cinemanearyour home? Arethereanyhotels?

a) Fill in the gapswith arent or isnt.

i th e r ea bank ?

thereanvshoos? '

sHoRTANSWERS y e s ,th e re....


a cinema

to, there ... Yes' thereare' No,there..


a Postoffice

a park

,t Look again at rhe sentencesin 3a) and 3b). Then choosethe correct word in this rule. a snopptngcentre

We use some / any in negatives and questions i th t her ear c . " plll

a supermarket

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Listen to these sentences.Notice the , , linking betweenthe sounds and the rosel sounds.


, There'_a _cxpensive market. 2 Th e e r r r es o e old b u i l d i n g s .



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I TheIisn'_,, _iirporr. a Th ee :r r e n '_ ir ny museums. ; ls the e:r pos ()[[ice? 6 Are thie anyii e old cafes?

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Listenand pracriserhe sentences in 4 and

the shorl answers.

a market

There't-an-exp|nsive mirket. tl Write sentencesabout placesnear Susan,sflat. r (/)asupermarket There's a supermarket. z (X) a shoppingcentre Thereisn'ta shoppingcentre. 3 (/) a marker c (n any museums s (/) a park 6 (X) a square t (X) any nice caf€s I (/) a lor of old houses

rvort in the samepairs.StudentA p92.

a busstop


b) Work in pairs. Compare answers.


a station

pB6. StudentB

otd buitdings


Work in pairs. Ask your quesrionsfrom g. "l Make notes on your partner'sanswers.Give more information about placesnear your home if possible. l s therea ci nema nearyour home?

Yes,thereis.lt's five minutesaway.

b) Work in new pairs. Talk about placesnear your first partner'shome. There's a cinema nearCabi's home. buttherearen'tanvhotels.


Tourist information

ooo Q U IC KREVIEW Write atl the wordsyou knowfor placesin a town or city (amuseum, a park,etc.).Workin pairs.Comparelists.Whichplacesarenearyour schoot?AThere's a museumneartheschool.


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Vocabulary thingsin your bag(2J Rea[World at the tourist informationcentre Review placesin a town or city; te[[ingthe time

tT"" andmatch conversations l-3

a) the Roman Baths Museum b) a map of the city centre c) the Thermae Bath Spa b) Listen again. Choose the correct answers. 1 Isabel *unts (iilD / a guide book. z The maps are free / a pound. a The Roman Baths Museum is open from 9/10a.m.to5l 6p.m. t It's open / closed on Mondays. 5 The Thermae Bath Spa is in Hof Spa Street/ Hot Bath Street. 6 lt's about five / fifteen minutes away.

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Look at photoA. Matchthesewordsto l-11. a w![[et 8 a purse keys m6ney a crEditcard a pissport an 16card a gdidebook a map a cimera a tiptop

b) sff,|

Sl Listen and practise.

c) Work in pairs. Which things in la) do you have with you? I havesomemoneywith me.

Whenis it open? O


Checkthesewords with your teacher. a to'urist free 6pen closed (seven) a.m. ( seven)p.m. a street

b) Look at photo B. Isabel is at the tourisr information centre in Bath. Which things from la) can you see in the photo?


w.ulrouoa Boattrips Open

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6C Real World

a)Gmll Listen and practise the sentencesin 4. @

nead these conversations. Fill in the gaps with these words. h€+p minutes have map much day open TOURIST

Co'odm6rning. Hell6.CanI hEIpyou? b) Work in pairs. Practise the conversationsin 4. Take turns to be the tourist.


Coodmorning, He[[o.Can I t help


Yes,ptease. Dovou2 a (maoof the city centie)i""""


j-..-.---------Thankyou.How is it?


?) Cover the conversations in 4. Then choose the correct words or phrases in these conversations. A

Yes,of course.Hereyou are. lt's (a pound).

Whenisthe (Roman BathsMuseum) .,i.:. lt's 4--,open?

' (five)p.m.

ls it closed on (Mondays)? '

from (nine)a.m.to

TouRrsr Good morning. AsslsrANr Hello.ll Can / help you? t Yes,please.Do you have a map zin / of theUK? A Yes,of course. 3Hereyouare / Hereareyou. r Thank you. How much aisit / it is? a sls/ lt'sL+.95.

No, it's ooen everys

B Where's the (Thermae BathSpa)? It'sin (Hot BathStreet). Canyou showme on this5_....-, Thankyou verymuch.

Yes,of course. Hereit is. It'sabout(five), away.


r Good iafternoon / night. When 7is/ are theJane Austen Centre open? n lt's open afrom/ to 9.45 a.m. efrom/fo 5.30 p.m. t lo/sif / /s closed on Mondays? e No, it's open every 11day/ days. r Thanks a lot.

G" n Hello. Canllzshow / help you? t Yes,please.l3Where's/ There's the bus station? I It's 14tn/ af Manvers Street. t Can you show me on this lscard/ map? I Yes,of course. 16Here is it / Hereit is.It's about ten minutes awaY. r Thank you very much.

b) nfm

Listen and check.

c) Work in pairs. Fractise the conversationsin 6a). Take turns to be the tourist. Work in new pairs. Student A * p90. StudentB ) p96.

6D,, ltts my favourite

Vocabulary ctothes;cotours; favourite Reviewthingsin your bag(1) and (2);frequencyadverbs; Present Simpte

ooo Q U I CKREVIEW Workin pairs.What thingsdo you both havewith you today?A Doyou have anymoneywithyou? BYes,I do. A Me too. BDoyou havean lD cardwithyou?



Look at the photos. Match these words to clothes l-14.


asuit3 atie ashirt ai-shirt ajfimper aj8cket acoat a skirt a dress tro'users jeans shoes tra'iners boots


b) fiffrn f,f Listenandpractise. c) Work in pairs. Test your partner What'snumber1?



ftJ--- rh';)

Eill a) li!?fti Look againat the photor. rirt"r, urrdI put the peoplein the order you hear them. I b) Listen again.What doeseachpersonneverI

u'a.oto.r* doyou: ;"il,., clothes

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b) Work in groups. Compare lists.


GIE f,t Listenandpractisethesecolours.


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a) hok at the photos for two minutes. Remember the people's names, their clothes and the colours. b) Work in pairs. Student A, close your book. Student B, ask what colour the people's clothes are. Then change roles. WhatcolourareLisa's shoes?




usually wear, sometimes wear, never wear? Write three lists.

a) Fill in the gapswith This, These,My,

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corour ispink.

z .--......-............ is my favouritelacket.


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5 ----------------------'s your favouriteactor?

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b)fiIfR f,f Listenandpractise II [email protected] ttt | |

o workinpairs.Lookatpee.



:tffi-1'.o|^1_*" ll:ll.T:; Llsten to the sounds and words.







\^-^.'/ orangejuice

b) ffi Listenagain and practise.


Lisrenrorhesewords.I ltl,.:="re

Ntany_English firstnames

Notice how we say the pink and

^l with /d3l. Work in pairs. start

bluc letters.

How do we say these names?

cheese cheap much chips chocolatechicken children picture sandwich French

d male

9 femate




James Jim


Jason Jeremy Julia lful

juice jeans jumper orange jacket manager page job vegetableslanguageJapanese b) ffi t-isten again and pracrise.



Ceoff Ceorge

Jan lutiet

JoannaJitt Cittian Cina

b) fTiffil fil Listenandcheck. Listen again and practise. ---/




Lansuase summary 6,prlo


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t par k 2sho pi s c nt 3 t_eat_e 4 s_ati_n 5 r_ve_ 5a rDo t z b_ild_ng e b_s s_ati_n 9 m_se_m

a) Fill in the gaps with \, dre, isnT or aren't. e

o) Choose the correct words. 1 There 's/@a lot of old buildings in Bath. z There aresome/ a nice parks. g There 's/ are f.our theatres. + There area / a lot of goodhotels. 5 There 's/ area station. o There'san/ someairport. b) Work in pairs. Are the sentencestrue or false? Then check onp46.


Write the places in a town or

city.fEEl t 2 E 4 5 s 7

Ian lives in Barton,in the UK. There1--a-fe--someshopsin Barton,but there2............... a supermarket. There also a nice park, but there

a) Find 14 words for clothes

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In lan'sroad there'sa post office, but there a bank. 6-.------.-.---There also two cafds near his house,but there any restaurants.

b) Work in pairs..Qompare answers.

b) Fill in the gaps with ls, Are, o,or qny.

c) Which of the clothes in 5a) do you never wear?

1 Are- there .?.f?t.shops in Barton? z ,------there--.----. supermarket? 3 .---.--nice park? there-..-...4 ........ there.....,-. old buildings? 5 -..,.--, there,.----.post office in Ian'sroad? 6 --.---.. there-..".,-. bank in lan's road? 7 -,-----. there---..--caf€snear Ian's house? 8 ......-. there---,---, restaurantsnear Ian'shouse?

dora r -o-ad sub spot b s--------"....-kabn b C) Work in pairs. Ask and kemtar nL-----answer the questions. Use the repsukemtars---------------.----.stop focife p o"...---,,-----. correct short answers. rasque s.......___..__________

a) Tick (/) the thingsyou can do in English. places I cantalkabout ina townorcig. I canaskabout othertownsorcities. I cansaywhatisinmybag. I canaskforinformation ata tourist information centre. I cantalkabout clothes andcolours. I cantalkabout myfavourite things andpeople. b) What do you needto study again?6ft!$l



7 Love it, like it, hate it! We're twins

Vocabularythingsyou likeand hate don't [ike;love,like, pronouns Grammar object ReviewfavouriteiPresentSimpte freetime activities

ooo Q U I CKR EVIEW What'syour favourite:city,sport,shop,film, book,colour?Workin groups of three.Tettthe otherstudentsyour favouritethings.Are anythe same? A Myfavouritecity is Berlin.BMe too. C Myfavouritecity is Prague.

a) Look at these sentences. After love.lihe andhate we can use a noun or verb+ing. I I I I

l ove ani nral s. like soztpollcrirs. don't like dancing. hate shopping for clothes.

b) Find all the verb+ing words

in 1a).


a) Write three true sentences and three false sentencesabout things you love, like, don't like and hate. Use words and phrases from 1a).

youlikeanddon'tlike Things O

I don't likehorrorfilms. I love visitingnew places.

ul Match these words and phrases to pictures l-9.

b) Work in pairs. Say your sentences.Guessifyour partners sentencesare true or false.

so'apoperasZ visitingnewplices clissicalmusic f$ing dincing for cl6thes watchingsportonTV Snimals hdrrorfilms shopping b) iTgB ffi Listen and practise. Q

rlarchthese phrases to pictures A-D. I tike... I hate... I don't like... I love...

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thesewordswith Your

twins different the same both b) Do you know any twins? If yes. tell the class about them (names, age,jobs, family, etc.).

7A Vocabularyand Grammar Jennyand I aretwins,but our friendste[[ we'revery different.We nevergo to concertstogetherbecause| like rockmusicandJennyloves classical music.Weboth [ike watchingTV,but | lovewatching sportandJennyhatesit. And Jennydoesn't[ikehorrorfilms, but | lovethem.But | [ikehaving a twin sister.I don't see everyweek,but she phones everyweekend.

Jack'smy twin brother,but we don' t l i kethe samethi ngs. We don't usuattyeat out together because| [ikeChinesefood and Jacklovesltalianfood.Weboth [ikewatchingTV,but | lovesoap operasand he hates . And I don't [ikeftying,but Jacktoves Yes,we're very different,but | [ike havinga twin brotherand I always phone at the weekend.


Read and listen to Jack and Jenny. Find two things they both like.


1 I s z n e 3 n e 4 a s s a e e a s

b) Read about Jack and Jenny again. Fill in the gaps in thesesentenceswithJach or Jenny. t

Jack likesrock music. hates watching sport on TV doesn't like horror films. loves Italian food. hates soap operas. doesn't like flying.


^ o

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ul Fill in the gaps with object pronouns. Do you like dancing? Yes,I love_.tt_. . Do you like Madonna? Yes,I like a lot. Do you like shoppingfor clothes? No, I hate.__... Do you like JohnnyDepp? Yes,I love. ....... . Do you like soapoperas? No, I hate ......... . Do you like dogs? Yes,but they don't like !


Look at thesesentences.Notice the word order.

Listen and check. Listen again and


^l subject



Doyou likedincingZ YEs, t l6veit.






c) Work in pairs. Take turns to ask the questions in 8a).Answer for you.

b) Look again at the texts aboutJack andJenny. Fill ln the table with the object pronouns in :;b i ec t :'o n ount








Write five quesrionswith Does... tihe ... ? ^! about Jack andJenny. DoesJacklikerockmusic? b) Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions.

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Wort in new pairs. Student A StudentB p96.



Oan you drive?

Vocabularyabilities Grammar can for ability Hetpwith Listeningcanor can'i Reviewthingsyou likeanddon't like;Present Simplequestions

ooo Q U IC KREVIEW Workin pairs.Askquestions andfind fourthingsyou bothlike: A Doyou |ikeclassical music?B Yes,/ do./ No,I don't.



I can'tswim! \


Uatch sentences14 topictures A-D. t Help! I can't swim! z She can play the piano

3 Sorry, we can't speak Chinese 4


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*" use can or can't to talk about ability. Look at these sentences. Then read the rule. (+) PoSITIVE

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S he







can' t


can' t

t- -

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t.r, L3


the pi ano

C hi nese.

Cqn and can't are the same for I, yott, he, she, it, we and thel'.


o We sometimesuse (very)well with can: Theycan shi (very) well.

pt t3



a) Match thesewords and phrasesto pictures l-10. swim 4 cook drive sing ski ptaybisketbattptaythepiino ptaytheguitir speak C6rman ridea bike b)

Listen and practise.

c) Work in pairs. Mime activities from 1a). Guess your partner's activities.

HelpwithListening @

atr:"1 to thesesentences.Notice how we say , ^l canandcqn't.ls can stressed?Is can'tstressed? tt.r







H el D l I C ant /K u:nt/ sw l rn! She can /kan/ pldy the piino. S6rry,we cin't /kolnt/ spe'akChin6se. ir , o '? They can /ken/ ski vE ry w €l l . b)

Listen to slx sentences. Do you hear can or can't?

78 Vocabularyand Grammar

Hetp v{itnGrammar

Listen again and practise. L_. --ankanl plSythe guit\r.

Took at these questions. Then fill in the gaps in the short answers with can or can't.

:r \\rite three true sentencesand three false about you and your family. lJse can -ntences N can't. u'-,sistercan speakRussian verywell. :an't ridea bike. l) \\brk in pairs. Say your sentences.Guess J vour partner's sentencesare true or false.



Canyou cook? Can you ptay the piano? C an he ptaythe gui tar? C an shespeakC erman?

Yes,| . No, | ,____..__..... . Yes,he N o, she


p withthechildren ai Lr. . Look at the photo. MrsJones wants rn au pair to help with her children, Ella and Daniel. Listen to the interview. Does Maria get fie job? 0) Listen again. Put a tick (/) for the things Uaria can do. Put a cross (X) for the things

answers in 8. Can lkanlyou co'ok? YEs, t c\n lkrenl. @

Work in pairs. Student A -* p9I. Student B + p97.

rhe can't do.

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' co o k / 2 drive ; >peakGerman t speak French I sn'im il \\brk

6 7 I 9

play tennis play the piano srng play the guitar

in pairs. Compare answers.

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rur"t" a lisr of thingsyou cando. play theguitar a) Work in new pairs. Ask questions to find things you can both do. Use your list from 11. you ptaytheguitar?j , Yes,I can./ No,I can't.. ' '- rCan .- - .- '. ..." :_._" _* .

Oi ,af the classthingsyou canboth do.



Vocabutaryprepositions of place RealWorld askingfor andgivingdirec -'= Reviewabilities; can;placesin a town :city (1)and(2)

o oo Q U I CKR EVIEW Workin pairs.Findfourthingsyou cando, but your partnercan'tdo:A Canyou play theguitar?BNo, / can't. AOh,I can!

Where's thecaf6? Cl


Write ten placesin a town or city.

a restaurant a cafd


b) Work in groups. Compare lists. Do you have the sameplaces?

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b) Work in the same pairs. Say where a place is on the m': Your partner guessesthe place.


park.i i lt's in New Road,oppositethe _ _ '..- _ - _ - J

wtr"r"s the cafe?Match picrures a)-0 to sentencesl-o. 1 2 3 4 s o

It's in King Street. c/ lt's near the bank. It's next to the bank. It's opposite the bank. lt's on the left. It's on the right.


i Theci n em a.

Look at the photo of Maria. She'sis at * on the map. Rt:: ^l conversationsA-C. Fill in the gapswith the correct places

A MARIA Excuse me. Where's the 1post of"fjce ? MAN It's over there, near the cinema. MARTA Oh, yes. I can seeit. Thanks. MAN You'rewelcome.

' o We can say in King Street or on King Street.

a) in 2.

a) Work in new pairs. Maria now lives with theJones famr. in Hampton. Look at the map on p59. What are placesl---'

B I . pl12

Listen and practise the sentences

MARTA Excuseme. Where'sthe 2--.-? MAN Go along this road and turn left. Thats Park Street The 3__..__...___...... , is on the right, next to the theatre. MARTA Thank you very much. MAN You'rewelcome.


b) Work in pairs. Ask where the caf€ is in pictures a)-l). '. ,.'..".-.....\ Where's the caf6 j in picture c)? j

r!!i"r 1esf....,

MARIA Excuseme. ls there a 4.--...---....---..-.._ near here? woMAN Yes,there is. Go along this road and turn right. The s,_..,,__..___..__.__.. is on the left, opposite the station. MARIA OK, thanks a lot. b).


. Li stenandcheck.

Real World




ot" in thegapswith thesewords. *


turn on


road here over

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A Look againat the map. Readtheseconversarions. Choosethe correctwords.

ASKTNG FORDTRECTTONS 1Exeu'?me. Where's the (museum)? Excuseme. Is there a (bank) near 2 ...........? CIVIN C DI RE CT I O NS Go along this 3.,....... and turn left. Go along this road and a,.........right. That's (Park Streer). The (museum) is on the right, nexr s.. the (theatre) The (bank) is 6 . the left, opposite t h e (s t at ion) Its 7. ,,..... there, near the (cinema).

A Excuse lyou /6d Is there a restaurant near 2here/ there? s Yes,there is. Go along this road and rurn 3left/ right. That's Station Road. The restaurant is arn/ on the right, snear/ rn the statiorr. n Thank you very much.

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A Excuseme. Is therea supermarketsnextto / nearhere? g Yes,thereis. Go 10to/ alongthis road.The supermarket is on the 11Left / right,oppositethe l2hotel/ caf6. n Thanksa iot. b)

a) in 6.

Excuseme.6Where's / What'sthe theatre? lt's Tnear/ over there, sopposite/ next to the museum. Oh yes. I can seeit. Thanks a lot. You'rewelcome.

Listen and practise the sentences

Exciseme. Whdre'sthe mus\um? b) Work in pairs. Practisethe conversations in 5a).Take turns to be Maria.

Lisren and check.

c) Work in pairs. Practisethe conversationsin 8a). Take turns to ask for directions. Work in new pairs. You are at * on the map. Ask for directions to placeson the map. Are your partner's

directions correct? 1oo v:


I love the lnternet

Vocabularythingspeopledo online Review thereis / thereare;cani Present Simplequestions

QUICKREVIEWooo Writesentences with thereis I thereare about placesnearyourschool. Workin pairs.Compare sentences. Doyou knowyourpartner'splaces? AThere'sa nicecafdin NewStreet,oppositethe cinema.BReally?What's it calledT


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ul Look at the questionnaire. Fill in the gaps in phrasesI-8 with thesewords. setrtf sell watch listen music theatre friends holidavs TIPS!o We say receiveemails or get emails. c online = connected to the Internet

b) ffiX

ffi Listenandpractise.

Work in pairs. What can people do at these websites?

Internetquestionnai re

Youcan downloadmusicat emusic.com. a

at aot t? t

lastminute.com I




2 buy concertor. videosor TV programmes


to the radio

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Sgnd-and receiveemails

o buy and

Work in new pairs. What other things ^l can people do online? Make a list. Iistento music booka hotel b) Compare lists with another pair. Do you have the same things? O a) ::-11f.-i:Look at the photo. Lisren ro Alice's interview. Put a tick (/) or a cross (X) in column B of the questionnaire. b) Listen again. Answer these questions. 1 z g 4 s 6

DoesAlice get a lot of emailseveryday? What'sher favouritewebsite? Where doesher sisterlive? What doesshe buy on Amazon? Is she married? Doesshe havean iPod?

Work in pairs. Look again at the questionnaire. Interview ^l your partner. Put a tick (/) or a cross (X) in column C. Give more information if possible. Do you sendand receiveemails?

r Yes,I do. I get about l 50 emailsa davl l I

Doyou buyconcert or theatreticketsonline?

.. .1..."....'

I t\o. I oon r. !

b) Work in new pairs. Talk about your partner in 5a). C) feil the class two things about your first partner.

a) fifiH Lookat thepictures Listen to the sounds and words.

tM suit




Listento thesewords. C) tl f,fif,

Notice how we say the pink and blue consonants. lsl

suit small skirt sell centre city police pencil expensive lesson Spanish


shirt she shop sugar tissues sure Turkish British Egyptian RussianSpanish


b) Sf t-istenagainand practise.


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b) fl

@ Listento this

poem. Listen again and practise.

Sharon Smith has a small shop In Shanghai city centre She sells Spanish skirts And Turkish shirts And expensiveBritish suits She sells Egyptian boots And Russian coats What can she sell you? b) Work in pairs. Take turns to say lines of the poem.

I-isten again and practise.

Lansuasesummary 7,p112

f,) Cross out the wrong words.

@ a) Write the letters.[fit

Choose the correct words.

1 soaD oDeras 2 ani_a_s s ho__or fil_s + da_ci_g s f-yin6 cla__ical mu_ic 7wa c inssoo tonT 8 vi itin ne pla es 9 s o nins for clo es

t z 3 4 5 5

b) Tick (/) three things you like. Then find two students who like the same things.


Where areGFD/ them? She/ Herdoesn'tknow we/ us. Doeshe/ him like I / me? I / me know she/ her. We/ Usnever seethey/ them. Do you live with he/ him?

a) Look at the pictuies. Write three true sentencesand three false sentencesabout you. Use

canandcar?'t.lfif,l {:}X

1 send/ get / buy emails 2 download music/ videos/ friends 3 buy concert/ theatre/ radio

s s 7 e

tickets watch TVprogrammes / videos/ theradio book flights / friends/ holidays chat to friends/ family/ emails listen to music/ theradio/ flights buy/ chatlse// things online

b) Work in pairs. Compare answers. Which thtqgr in 5a) do vou do online?

? verbs.t!ft|

Fill in the gaps with these

li*€ likes love loves hate hates don'tlike doesn'tlike

r @r

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I cantalkaboutthingsI likeand don'tlike. I canaskaboutthingsotherpeople likeanddon'tlike.

playing tennis.

Harry --------------rice. vegetables.

s @-Jane

watching TV

u @w.


t @st. t @w.

coffee. learning English.

a) Tick (/) the things you can do in English.


watchingfootball. -{t&e..

2 "/*_\ I \3 \-


I cansaythingsI canandcan'tdo. I canplay the guitarwell. I can't speakSpanish. b) Work in pairs. Say your sentences.Guess if your partner's sentences are true or false.

I canaskwhatotherpeople cando. I canaskfor,giveandunderstand simple directions. I cantalkaboutthingsI doonline. b) What do you need to study again? l"EtFil

a Days to remember I was there! o oo Q U I CKR EVIEW Writethe oppositesof theseadjectives: good,hot,big,new,cheap, beautiful.Work in pairs.Compareanswers. Thensayonesentencefor eachadjective:A / havea newcomputer.B My computeris veryold.






Vhere xiEF Z+ I

li,ve1=Z*2J3 =



b) &ffi$ Read and listen to Melanie, Tania and Pascal. What were their'amazing days'? c) Read the texts again. Choose the correct words in thesesentences. t z 3 + s 6

The Beatles'last concertwasin theIJK/@ The concertwas about anhour/ halfan hourlong. Tania was in Sydneywith her parents/ friends. The fireworks at midnight werefantastic/ boring. Pascal'sfriends were from France/ Brazil. He was at the match with fwo / threeother people.

I was at the Beatles'last concert. It was in SanFrancisco in 1966. Therewere25,000peopleat the concert,but the stadiumwasn't full - there were about 'l 7,000 empty seats!The concertwasn't very [ong,onty 33 minutes,but I was very happyto be there.I was only sixteenat the time.

(2) Adjectives 0

Match these adjectives to pictures a)-h). ^l 1 short !!l long z hippy I unhippy : interestlng I b6ring + full I €rnpty s aifticult ! e'asy 6 right I wrong 7 old I young e t8rrible,iwful I great,fantistic, amizing

b) fiffiS ffi Listenandpractise.

Vocabulary adjectives(2) Grammar PastSimpleof be:positiw andnegative Review adjectives(1);favourite

8A Vocabularyand Grammar HelpwithGrammar


(9 ^l

1 2 : a s 6 7 e 9

b) Look at the sentencesin 3a) again. Then fill in the gaps in the table with wa1 wdsn't, were and weren't. POSIT|VE (+)


t.. youwere

I wasn't (= was not) you weren't (= were not) he/s h e /i t .

$! Listen and pracrise.Noricehow we saywas

and were. I waslwazl at the WdrldCdpFinal. Wewere lwal ne'arthe 6oera Ho'use.

a) Look at these sentences.Are they in the present or the past? I was at the World Cup Final. We were near the OperaHouse. The stadiumwasn't full. They weren't very huppy.


he / she/ it was we -..._________-- we weren't they were they

Choose the correct words. [email protected] / were only ten years old. My sisters wasn't / weren't at the concert. There was / were a lot of people in Sydney that night. John Lennon was / were a great musician. The fireworks was / were on TV in a lot of countries. | was / were very huppy after the match. There wasn't/ weren't any empty seats in the stadium. At 3 a.m. my parents was/ were very tired, but I wasn't / weren't. The concert wasn't / weren't expensive - my ticket was / were onl y $4.50!

b) Work in pairs. Compare answers. Who says each sentence: Melanie, Tania or Pascal?

, r lfs past of there is / there are is there was / there were.

pI 15


Wort in groups of three. Look at p99.




Happy anniversary!

Erl Z, D-

ooo Q U I C KREVIEW Writesix adjectives andtheir opposites(difficult,easy,etc.).Workin pairs. Taketurnsto sayan adjective.Your partnersaysthe oppositeadjective anda sentencewith this adjective: A difficult.B easy.English is veryeasy!

Yearsandpasttimephrases O

ul Match l-6 to a)-0. 1 2 3 4 s 6

1887\ 1900 \ 1980 \6; 2000 2009 2010

'i o We use in with years'.in 1980,etc. b)

,.rg Listen and practise.

2012 1977 2018 18'15 1990 2003


Match pictures A-D to sentencesl-4. Sunday

I Joe was in Paris last week. A 2 He's at work now. 3 He was in bed four hours ago. 4 He was at home yesterday afternoon.

b) @

i*,*i Listen and practise sentencesl-4.

Eiff in the gaps with yesterday,in,last or dgo. 1

2 3 4 5 o


Check these words with your teacher. a wEdding a bride a groom a wEddinganniversary

b) Look at the photos of an Indian wedding. Who is the bride? Who is the groom? c) ,i, ..,' , Listen to Rajeet talk to a friend about his wedding anniversary. Choose the correct words in these sentences. t Rajeetand Gita'sweddinganniversary Ir o"@ z Their wedding was two / ten years ago. s Their weddingwas in England / India. + Rajeet'sparents were / weren'f at the wedding. s There was / wasn't a party after the wedding.

c) Work in pairs. Say these years.


AnIndian wedding O

a) nineteen eighty ul twentyten eighteeneighty-seven d) two thousand andnine e) nineteen hundred f) two thousand

Vocabularyyearsandpast time phrases Grammar PastSimpleof be: questions andshortanswers; wasborn / wereborn Review adjectives; PastSimple of be:positiveand negative

was in a cafe two hours ,?g9_ was at home night wasn't in this country 1999. was n' t at work .. . mo rn i n g . was in this class .. ,,, month. wasn't in this class three months

d) Listen again. Answer these questions. t 2 3 + 5 6

Where was the wedding? ln Mumbai. How old were Rajeet and Gita? How many people were at the wedding? Where was Rajeet'sbrother? Were Rajeet'ssisters at the wedding? How many days was the party?

/ Sunday.

AB Vocabularyand Grammar

HelpwithGrammar O

Listen and practise the questionsand answersin 5.

*r- euEsroNs (?)

WhErewasthe w€ddino? Hdw 6ld were Rajebtuia cit"z

a) Look at these questions.Notice the word order. Where was the wedding? Howotd were Raieet andCita?


Who [email protected]:}rthebride and groom? Was/ Werethey the same age? When was/ werethe wedding? Was/ WereRajeetsparents ar-rhe wedding? s Who was/ were in Australia? o Where was / were Gita born?

c) Fill in the gaps with was,were, wasnl or werent.

b) Work in pairs. Ask and answer rhe questions.


I lhe lshe/ it at theweddinp? yes,t/ he/ she/ itwas. " No,t/he/she/it you/ we / they you/ we / theyat the wedding? Yes, .W.e_re " No,you / we / they WAS BORN I WERE BORN d) Fill in the gaps with was or were. t e Where..v_v_as_. Gita born? z I When

s she

bornin theUK.

, r

Chooserhe correcrwords.

t z : 4

b) Write rhesequesrionsin the table. 1 How many peoplewere at the wedding? z Wherewas Rajeet's brother?



@ .


f;;"l;lr,;i^ p r l5

,l Make questionswith rhesewords. 1 you / at home/ lastSunday/ Were? Wereyou at home lastSunday? z you / yesterdayevening/ were/ Where ? 3 threemonths ago/ you /Were / on holiday? 4 on New year,sEve l9g9 / you / were/ Where? s at work / Were/ lastMonday/ you ? 6 you / were/ Where / born ? b) Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions.



d '#' .l

\\rite the namesof rhree people ^l know. Think when you and where they were born. Don't write this information. b) Work in pairs. Ask about the people on your partner's paper. , Who'sVehmetZ , t-lo,cmr7 brother. ' '-' "'J


Whenwashe born? l n l Q a1

Wherewas he born? In D ubai .i

Work in new pairs. Student A p8B. StudentB p94.


When's your birthday?

ooo Q U I CKR EVIEW Workin pairs.Askyour partnerwherehe / shewas:threehoursago, yesterdayafternoon,at 9 p.m.last Saturday, at 11 a.m.last Sunday, on NewYear'sEve[astyear.A Wherewereyou threehoursago?BI wasat work.

Months anddates O


fitr'n s! Listenandpractisethemonths.


ffi Listen and practisethe questionsand m answersin 3.

Jinuary May FEbruary June


f'f,fn Listen to four conversations. which datesdo vou hear?





SeptEmber Oct6ber Nov6mber Dec€mber

1 June 20th/ 22nd z March 13th/ 30th

b) Work in pairs. Say a month. Your partner says the next two months.

( r...) O

Vocabulary monthsand dates RealWorld tatkingaboutdays anddates;makingsuggestions Help with Listeningtinking(2) Review PastSimpleof be; past time phrases


3 October 3rd/ 23rd + April lst / 4th

Write five dates(March 3'a, August 25th,etc.). "l b) Work in pairs. Say the dates. Write your partner's dates. Check your partner's paper. Are they correct?


er,!-rdqg''t) -----_----<

c) Ask other students when their birthdays are. Do any students have birthdays in the same month as you?

f,| Listenandpractisethesedates.

Notice the letters in pink.

yourbirthday, When's Adela? 1't first

6th sixth

11th eleventh


7th seventh

1Zth twelfth

3'd third

8th eighth

20th twentieth

4th fourth

9th ninth

21't twenty-first

5th fifth


It's on May 25th. My birthday'son May 22nd.

30th thirtieth

Happy birthday! O

b) Work in pairs. Say these dates. 13th


'l 5th




16th Z6th








Read these questions and answers. Notice words in bold. B 2A B 3A B

What day is it today? (It's) Monday. What's the date today? (It's) March the seventh. When'syour birthday? (It's on) June the second.

Checkthesewords with your teacher. a prEsenta ptay meet declde

l gth

c) Gfi$ f,f Listen and check.Listen againand practise.




b) f,flp Look at the photo. It's Helen'sbirthday today. Listen to her conversationwith her husband.Sam. What do they decideto do this evening?

aC Real World f':lt?l Listen again. Choose the correct s-ords. Helens presenris a skirt/ @ -{ntonio's is the name of a shop/ restaurant. 3 Helen and Sam go to the cinema every week/ month. The theatre is near the cinema/ museum. 5 They decide ro meer at a caf6 / thetheatre at about 6.00 / 7.00.


Read these sentences.Fill in the gaps with these words. Ad

meet idea seven don't

Whatshallwel.._d.O_. (this evening)? / Yes,that'sa good



WhV don't we (go to the ctnema ti Let's(go to the theatre).

thinkso. a) Look at these sentences from Helen and Sam's conversation. Why do we link the rvords in pink and bluc?

Wheresha[[we a.-__-_-".-.?

Do you have anr good_iclcas? We were there a week ago. Seeyou this tYtrring.

Let'smeetat (thetheatre). shaltwemeet?

b) [email protected] Look at R8.13,pI24.Listenagain and notice the consonant-vowel linking-

GltrllDl pr15


m f,f tisten and practiserhe senrences in 10. Whetshatlwed6 this_dvening?



Put this conversationinorder.

GEORGE a) What shall we do tomorrow evening, Jessica? l b) Great! Seeyou there! c) No, I don't think so. d) OK. What time shall we meet? e) Yes, that's a good idea. Where shall we meet? JESSTCA f) Let's meet at the restaurant. g) Why don'r we go to rhe cinema? 2 h) About quarrer to eight. i) OK. Let's go to that Indian restaurant in Old Street.

b) tltilTl Listen and check. c) Work in pairs.Fractisethe conversationin 12a). @

a) Work in new pairs. Write a conversation about next Saturday.Use sentencesin 10 and your own ideas. b) Practise your conversation until you can rememberit.


17, IqF



c) Work in groups of four. Role-play your conversations.What do the other pair decide to do on Saturday? d) Role-play one of your group's conversations for the class.



QUICKREVIEWooo Workin pairs.You wantto go out togethertomorrowevening. Makesuggestions aboutwhatto do.Decidea ptaceandtime to BWhydon'twe... ? meet.A Whatshallwedo tomorrowevening?



Match the numbersin A to the phrasesin B. A 150 \ 390 \ \ 1,000 \ \ 16,200 750,000 1,000,000 s0,000,000

B a thousand a million sixteenthousand, two hundred a hundred andfifty fifty mittion threehundred andninety sevenhundred andfifty thousand

TIP!r We don't use a plural -s with hundred,thousand or million: threehundrednot th+*aadtd*. etc.

b) fi:,|nil f,f Listen and practise. O


Listen and write the numbers.

b) Work in pairs. Compare answers.



Work on your own. Write five big numbers.

b) Work in new pairs. Say your numbers. Write your partner's numbers. Are they correct?


,l Checkthesewords with your teacher. a fBstivat trivel throw a tllo girlic b) Read the article. Fill in the gaps with these numbers. 177,s00 70,000,0001,500 125,00030,000 150,000 c) f,ff,D Listen to the article and checkyour answers.


^l 1 z g a 5 e

Readthe article again.Answerthesequestions. When and where is La Tomatina? What do peopledo at this festival? When is the Gilroy Garlic Festival? What food do peopleeat at this festival? When was the first GlastonburyFestival? When is the next Kumbh Mela?

b) Which two festivals would you like to go to?

Vocabularybig numbers Review makingsuggestions; monthsand dates;was andwec

a) Gm

Lookat thepictures ,

Listen to the sounds and words.

a) Gm


Listento thesewords. I

Notice how we say the pink and bluc letters.

ls'tl lctl

lgl,l burger first work shirt skirt Turkish Cerman girt early thirty third surname


b) fif risten againand practise.

b) f,f t-isten again and practise.

a) Find nine adjectives()

b) Work in pairs. Say your years. Write your partner's years. Are they correct?



AFB a) Fill in the gaps with last, yesterdny,[email protected] Luke was ... a) at work an hour ag?-.. b) in New York,-------------week. c) at a party ...... - evening. d) in Rome Saturday. 2003. e) at university month f) in India a

b) Write the opposites of the adjectivesin 1a).

b) Work in pairs. Put sentences a)-0 in order.

young ) old Choose the correct words. r My dad @/were a doctor. z Theseshoeswasn'f/ weren't expensive,they was/ wereonly f20. 3 I wasn't/ weren'tat home on Sunday,I was/ wereat work. + My grandparentswas/ were from ltaly. s It wasn't/ weren'ta very good film. o I'm sorry we wasn't/ weren'tat your party.We was/ werein France.



write six vears.lFilil

2018 1977

practrse. t lt's the thirty-first of August. 2 It was a boring morning at work. a This small burger is awful. + The Turkish girl is alwaysearly 5 lt's a Germansports company. 6 My daughter has forty-four skirts and thirty-threeshirts! b) Work in pairs. Practise the sentences.

Lansuase summary 8,p1'14 0 3.l;lli,ffi;i*'withthese



forty four sport boring awfuI August daughter small always morning water short

tml f,f tisten to these ^l sentences.Listen again and


What Why Where good think meet [et's shall past A '..What shall we do on Sunday? B don't we play tennis? A No, I don't 3------.-.-----so. B OK, 4....----..go to the park. idea. A Yes, that's a 5

shall we meet? 7.........."---B Let's at the station. A What time we meet? B About half s.---;,:---two.

b) Work in pairs. Practise the conversation.

Make questions with these ^l words. 1 born / Where / you /were ? Wherewereyou born? z last year/ in this country/ you / Were ? 3 was / born / your father / Where ? 4 two months agolWere / in this class/ you ? s were / on your last birthday / Where / you 7. 6 was/ English class/ When / your first ? b) Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions.

a) Tick (/) the thingsyou can do in English. I canmake andask sentences questions withryasandwere. years and I cansayandunderstand pasttimephrases. I cansayandunderstand months anddates. I canaskabout daysanddates. I canmake andrespond tosuggestions. I cansayandunderstand bignumbers. b) What do you needto study again?f;Itilf

(e -.

9 Going away 9A Amazingjourneys o ro Q U I C KREVIEW Writethe namesof four peoplein your family.Workin pairs.Swappapers. Askquestions aboutthe peopleandwhentheywereborn:A Who'sNatalia? B5he3my sister. AWhenwassheborn?B OnJunezra 1994.

Transport a) Tick (/) the words you know. Then check new words in Language Summary 9 ltrlll pll6.

Vocabulary transport Grammar PastSimple:positive (regularand irregular verbs) Help with ListeningPresent Simple or PastSimpte Review years,monthsand dates

Let's go by tuk-tuk!

a car a bus a train a tixi a bike a m6torbike a ptane a boat b) f,[fl

f,f Listen and pracrise.

G)Underline the verbs in these sentences. t 2 3 +


usually go to work by car. come to this schoolby bus. never travelby plane. alwayswalk to work. TIP!o We s y by ,ar; W bus, etc.


ul Write sentencesaboutyou. 1 I ... to work / school/ university... I go to work by bike. z I usually... to this school... 3 When I go shopping,I usually... + I love travelling... s I don't like travelling ... 6 I nevertravel... b) Work in pairs. Say your sentences. Are any the same?

Bangkok to Brighton O


Check these words with your teacher. a tik-tuk Tha'ilanda jo'urney raisemoneyfor chirity

b) Look at the photo. What is the article about, do you think? c) Read the article. Are your guesses in 3b) correct?

fn 2006 two English lwomen. Jo Huxster and Antonia BolingbrokeKent, travelled from Thailand to the UK - in a pink tuk-tuk! Jo had the idea in 2002 when she went to Bangkok on holiday. When she came back to England, she told her friend Antonia what she \\antcd to do. Antonia lili.eclthe idea, so in 2006 they went back to Bangkok and bought a tuk-tuk called Ting Tong. rs&-_ - ' du-r-


Jo and Antonia startcd their journey on May 28th2006. They travelled for 12 hours every day. usually on very bad roads.All the people they met were very friendly and they sometimesgare Jo and Antonia food and money. The two women travelled 12,500 mi l esand r i si l crl l 2 count r ies. They arrircd in Brighton, England, 98 days after they left Bangkok. After they got home, they wrote a book called Tuk-Tuk to the Road. They also raised f50.000 for charitv.

9A Vocabulary and Grammar Read the article again. Complete the table with the correct dates, places and numbers. tuk-tuk a) travetledby b) datestarted c) placestarted d) ptacefinished e) milestravelled visited 12 f) countries g) daystravelted h) moneyraised

Notice the a) f,ff,l Listen to thesesentences. differencebetweenthe PresentSimpleand the Past Simple. t I live in London. I lived in London. 2 We work at home. We worked at home. I They love it. They loved it.

b) fitqil Listen to six pairs of sentences.Which do you hear first, the Present Simple or the Past Simple? 1 PastSimple


Around theworldby bike

*routoRVERBs a) Look at the regular Past Simple forms in blue in the article. Then complete these rules with -d or -ed.

3l -

al Read about Mark Beaumont'sjourney. Fill in the gaps with the Past Simple of the verbs in brackets. b) Work in pairs. Compare answers.

r To make the PastSimple of regular verbs, we to the verb. usually add -.....that end in -e (lihe, artive, verbs r For regular etc.),we add ..--to the verb.

Mank Beaumont,

TlPlo The PastSimpleof travelis travelled.

fnom Scotland,l-cye{e-dlcycleJaroundthe world in only 194 days and 17 hout's.Mark

VERBS IRREGULAR b) Look at the irregular Past Simple forms in pink in the article. Match them to verbs l-10. t buy bought 2 come 3 get + give sgo

6 7 8 9 10

have leave meet tell wdte

the idea aftenhe fleaveJ GlasgowtJiiiversity in 2OO7, and he 4 his [startJ lourneyin Paris on August 5th the same year. He [travel]18,3OOmiles 6.--...--...---and he countnies, and lvisitJ20

TIP!r fhs PastSimpleof regularand irregular verbs is the same for I, you, he, she,it, we and they. c) Check in LanguageSummary 9 Pf 17. list. in the Learn the other irregular verbs

He also


^l t 2 r + s 6

[get] emailsfnom fniendsand family evenyweek. He 10-..-------------..--. [finishJhis journey in Panison February15th 2OO8. His family [go] to Parisfor the big daY,and his mother [tell]the newspaPersshe

Write the PastSimpleforms of theseregularverbs. visit visited watch play hate walk work

z 8 9 to 11 tz

live want love talk start finish

b) GFFI $f Listen and practise.Which PastSimple forms end in /Id/? c) Gm f,f Listen and practisethe irregularPast Simpleforms in 5b). @

Work in groups of three. Look at p99.


My last holiday

Vocabularyholidayactivities Grammar PastSimple: negative, questions andshortanswers Review PastSimple: positive; frequency adverbs

ooo Q U IC KREVIEW Writefive regutaror irregutar verbsandtheirpastSimpleforms. Workin pairs.Saythe verbs.Your partnersaysa sentence with the PastSimpteform:A go. B I wentout withfriendslastnight.

Holiday activities a) Tick (/) the phrasesyou know. Then do the exercisein pll6.

I went on holidayto lstanbullast year. I didn't stay in a hotel, I stayedwith some friendsfrom university. I went sightseeing in the afternoonsand I took a lot of photos.My favouriteplacewas the Blue Mosque- it's very beautiful.I was only in Turkeyfor a week, so I didn't visit any other places.Next time, maybe!

go on h6tiday take phdtos go to the be'ach staywith friendsor fimity stay in a hot8t go sightseeing go swimming go for a wStk rent a cir trave[aro'und havea good time b)

Listen and practise.

c) What are rhe Past Simple forms of the verbs in 1a)? go ) went

take )

Lastyear I travelledaround Colombia,in SouthAmerica.My favouriteplacewas Cartagena,a beautifulold city by the sea. I stayedin a nice hotel and went to the beachevery afternoon.I alsovisited Providencia lsland- the beachesthere are fantastic.But I didn'tgo swimming becauseI can'tswim!


ul Wrir" four senrencesabour things you do on holiday. Use always,usually,sometimes and phrasesfrom 1a). I alwaysgo to the beach. I usuallystay with friends.


b) Work in pairs. Sayyour sentences.Are any of your partner's sentencestrue for you?

We didn't go on holidaylast year,but two years ago we went to China.Our favouriteplacewas Guilin- the scenery is amazing.We stayed'ina small hotel and went for a walk every morning. We also rented a car and visited some beautifulplaces.We only stayedin Guilin for four days,but we took 300 photos!

places Favourite d)

ul Check thesewords with your reacher. thesea anisland thesc6nery b) Readand listen ro Nancy,Jeff and Bob. Match the people ro rhe photos. Which countries are the placesin? c) Readthe texts again. Fill in the gaps in these sentenceswith Nancy,Jeff, Bob or Liz. 1 .N.aney.. and lastyear.

went on holiday

2 stayedwith friends. .,,..... 3 ..........visited an island. 4 __..... and... ,,...went for a walk every day 5 .........only went to one city. 6 ,........" and _.... , srayed in hotels.

HelpwithGrammar S

ul Look at rhesesenrences.Notice the word order. I


in a hotel.

S he

vi si t

any otherptaces.

= did not )

b) Write these sentences in the table. 1 He 2 We

go swimming. go on holiday last year.

pI I7

9E} Vocabularyand Grammar Con", the texts. Then answer these questions.


t z 3 4 s 6


Where did Nancy go on holiday? Who did she staywith? When didJeff go to the beach? Did he go swimming? Did Bob and Liz visit China last year? How many photos did they take?


!! rrn

Help withGrammar g

*r- euEsroNs (?) a) Look at these questions.Notice the word order. Where


Nancy .qo

on hotiday?




w i th?


b) Write these quesrions in the table. 1 When did he r1r|ro rhe beach? 2 How many photos did they irriii:? c) Fill in the gaps with did or didnt. YESI NO QUESTTONS (?)


Qt-d_he go swimming?

Yes,he did. N o, he ..,,,__... . . , _

they visit Chinalastyear?

Yes,they N o,they di dn' t .





;l i: 11r1"n and practise the quesrions ,'=l and shorr answers in 8.


Wort in pairs. StudentA ,, p9l. StudentB - p97.



Listen and practise the sentences in 4. a) Make these sentences negative. Write the correct sentences. t a) Nancy went to Paris. Nancy didn't go to paris.Shewent to tstanbul. b) She went sightseeing in the mornings. 2 a) Jeff travelled around Colombia rwo years ago. b) He stayed with friends. 3 a) Bob andLiz stayed in a big hotel. b) They rented bikes. b) Work in pairs. Compare sentences.

Make Past Simple questions wirh you. When ... lastgo on holiday? Whendidyou lastgo on holiday? Where... go? What ... do there? Who ... go with? Where... stay? How ... travelaround? ... havea goodtime?

b) Answer the questions for you. @

Work in pairs. Ask your partner rhe quesrions. ^l b) f"n the class about your partner,s holiday.

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o oo Q U I CKR EVIEW Write four things peopledo on holiday(stayin a hotel, renta car, etc.). Workin pairs.Comparelists.Thentatk aboutyour favouritehotiday: A TwoyearsagoI wentto Japan.BWheredidyou stay?

Vocabulary at the station RealWorld buyingtrain tickets Help with Listening sentencestress(3) Review holidayactivities;PastSimple

Twodaysin Liverpool a) Write four sentencesabout things you did last weekend. b) Work in pairs. Tell your partner about your weekend. Ask questions. I wentoutwith friends on Saturdav. Wheredidvoueo? We went to the cinema.

c) fell the class two things your partner did Iast weekend. a) Look at photos A and B. What do you know about Liverpool? b) fiElEllt's Monday morning. Look at photo C. Listen to Caroline andJames. When did Caroline go to Liverpool? Did she have a good time? G)Listen again. Choose the correct words.

t James wentout [email protected] last weekend. Caroline took a lot of photos on Saturday/ Sunday. Caroline and Paul went to a Japanese/ Chineserestaurant. They stayed with Paul's sister/ brother.

5 They went to the Cavern Club on Sundaymorning/ afternoon. 6 They travelled to Liverpool by plane/ train. d) Work in pairs. Compare answers.

a) GHm Read and listen to the beginning of the conversation. Notice the sentencestress. We stress the important words. H€llo,Jlmes.Did you hive a gobdweekEnd? cARoLtNE JAMES Hi, Ciroline.Y€s,I aia, tni4rc. t didnt 96 olut,I stiyed at h6me ill week€ndand witched ft Wtrit about vo'u?Whit did vo'u d6? CARoLTNE Pful and I w€nt to Liverpool. b) Look at R9.I0, p125. Listen again and notice the sentencestress.


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ul Look at the photos. Match thesewords to l-6.

Listen and practise the sentences in 5a).

a cistomer 7 a singte a retrirn a tlcketoffice a ticketmachine a olStform b)

. ,} Twdretilrnsto LiverpooL, ple'ase. @

Listen and practise.

b) Close your books. Practisethe conversationagain.

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It's Saturdaymorning. Jamesis at the srarion. ^l Listen and fill in the gaps in this conversation. CUS T O M ER

Two returnsto d Liuetppp-l , please.


W h e nd o y o u w a n t to come back? OK.That'sb)f_........... , please. Hereareyour tickets. T h e re ' o s n e a t ' )....... .....--.

Which platform? Platform What time doesit arrive in Liverpool?

this conversation.choose the correct *#:d cusroMERA singie ,@ / TromOxford, please. rlcKErSELLER OK. 2That/ That'sLI8.60, please Heres 3you/ your ticket. c Thanks. What time's the anext/ near train? Ts There's one sat/ on LI.52. c 6Which/ Whereplatform? TS Platforrn l. c What time 7do/ does it arrive in Oxford? rs gln/ At 12.47. c Thanks emuch/ a 1ot.Bye.


Tomorrowevening. Th a n k s . W hat t im e' st he nexttrain?

ul Work in pairs. Practisethe conversarion in 5a).Take turns to be the customer.


Listen and check.

c) Work in pairs. Practise the conversation. Take turns to be the cusromer.

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Thanksa [ot. Bye.


b) Work in pairs. Compare answers. pll7

Wottoin new pairs. Student A StudentB p97.



Who, what, when?

ooo Q U I CKR EVIEW Workin pairs.Ask questions aboutlastweekend. Find fivethingsthat you bothdid: A Didyou eatout lastweekend? B Yes,/ did.A Me too.



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the moon sink anexpl6rer climb a cab b) Work in pairs. Do the quiz. c) Check your answerson p126. How many are correct?

Vocabularyquestionwords Reviewquestions in the present andthe past;big numbers

WhO was the first man to walk on the moon? a) BuzzAldrin b) LouisArmstrong c) NeilArmstrong

What is the name of the train from Moscowto Beijing? a) TheTrans-Asian Express b) TheTrans-Siberian Express c) TheOrientExpress 3 When did the Titanicsink?


a) b) c)

Look again at the words in bold in the quiz. Match the question words to the things they ask about. Who -\ \-a What When Where Why How old How many How much

a thing person a reason(because) a number a place a time age an amount of money(f50, etc.) pl 16

Work in pairs. Student A p86. StudentB p92.

l n L972. l n !922. In 1932.

4 Where wasthe famousexplorer Christopher Columbus born? a) In ltaly. b) In Portugal. c) In S pai n.

Why can't you rent a car on the islandof Sark? a) Because therearen'tanypeople. b) Because therearen'tanyroads. c) Because therearen'tanycars. 6 How old was Sir EdmundHillary when he climbed Everestin 1953? a) 33 b) 43 c) 53

a) Write four questions.Use the question words in 2.

How many yellow cabs are there in New York City?

b) Work in new pairs. Take turns to ask your questions. Ask more questionsif possible.

a) A bout7,000. b) About 13,00O. c) A bout20,000.

c) Tell the class two things about your partner.

8 How much was a Rolls-Royce SilverGhostin L9O7? a) Aboutf500. b) Abouttl-,000. c) Aboutt1,500.


!.ry Lrsten to

Lookat thepictures ;

the sounds and words.


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b) ffi Listen againand practise.

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Findeightwordsfor ^l transport.&n

at these words. Which rs do we say?Which don't we say?

leave plane ftying tike Engtandplace dollars hotiday wa[let travelling classroom

rdend rfst doctor green morning radio sport park right theatre fruit start

arrive train read write price Russiaaround very married trave[[ingclassroom

tomorrow great terribte

b) f,!f,I| f,f Listenandcheck.

b) Sf Listen again and practise.

a) Match the verb in A to a word or phrase in B. $f,f

t6.-'orA goto oo E) c \YFfio

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Listen again and practise.

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qTF Listento thesew'ords. I 3l Notice how we say the pink

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b) Work in pairs. Say when you use the transport in 1a). a) Write the Past Simple of these verbs. Which three verbs are regular? gW leave watch have start buy ptay go

AB go .\ rent stay take go travel go for go to stay go

acar swimming \ \- on hotiday photos in a hotel the beach sightseeing a walk around with friends

get up ) got up b) Fill in the gaps with the Past Simple of the verbs in 2a).

lwent on holidayto ltaly. I didn't rent a car.

c) Tick (/) the sentencesin 2b) that are true for you. Then compare sentencesin pairs.


,lWrite thewords.l?fiili| c

two 1sl'-lg-{e-s--to Bath, please.

TS OK. That'sf34.20, please.

b) Work in pairs. Say what you did and didn't do on your last holiday.

Yesterday... 1 | ..gpI.up at 7 a.m. 2 I .-....--...--..homeat 8 a.m. 3 I .-...--...--.. work at 9 a.m. 4 I ...............--". pastafor lunch. 5 I -...--..."-, ----somenew clothes. 6 I ... .-..to the cinema. 7 1.." ...-..TV after dinner. 8 I.--... ----computergames.

b) Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions in 4a).

a) Make questions with these words. , 1 early / you / get up / today/ Did ? 2 last Sunday/ do / What / you / did ? 3 last weekend/ you / shopping /Did/ go? + for breakfast/ have/ you / today / did / What ?

Here are your 2t.......________ . Thanks. What time's the 3n-...........___ train? 4T............_." TS one at 3.15. c Which sn ? TS 6P...............2. c What time does it 7a_____

in Bath? rs At 4.50. .;. c Thanksa lot. Bye. b) Work in pairs. Practise the conversation.

a) Tick (/) the thingsyou can do in English. I cantalkabout transport. I cantalkabout thepast. I canunderstand a simple adicle. I cantalkabout things I doonholiday. questions I canaskandanswer about thepast. I canbuytraintickets. I canuseouestion words. b) What do you needto study again?t"1t!F'l

10 My future 1OA Life changes

Vocabutaryfutureplans; futuretime phrases Grammar begoingto: positiveand negative Reviewquestionwords

ooo Q U I CKR EVIEW questions with questionwords(What,Howmany,etc.).Workin pairs. Writefour Askmorequestions if possibte: AWhatdidyou do lastnightT Askyourquestions. Blwent outwithfriends.AWheredidyou go?

plans Future 6l

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ul Work in pairs. Fill in the gapswith p118. theseverbs. Then check in look for




leave move

school or university Srarr a-..\ a new JoD

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(computer)course ,. a \ "n "*"-

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house to anothercity or country


ul Look at the photos. Read and listen to Sabrina,Carmen. Luca and Wing Yu. Where does eachperson study English? b) Read the texts again. Fill in the gaps with Sabrina, Carmen, Luca andWingYu. t 2 3 4 s 6 7

Laeals going to get married. s goingto do a computercourse. ..................... goingto travelaroundthe UK. ----.---.,---..---....s s goingto moveto Miami. ............_........ goingto look for a job. --...--..,--..,--..--'s goingto starta newjob. --..,-..,---..,--..--'s goingto moveto Rome. ......................s

c) Work in pairs. Compare answers.

Sabrina from Germany I do Engtish at school- it's my favouritesubject.l'm goingto leaveschoolin June,but l'm not goingto start universitythis year.Firstl'm goingto do a computercourse, thenl'm going job for a in the UK. to look

a engaged \ married

Carmenfrom Mexico a house or a flat u, \ a ( n e w )j o b

b) ,:'".':1::,

Listen and practise.

c) Work in pairs. Test your partner. a course

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My husband, Ed,isAmerican, so at we sometimes speakEnglish home.latsostudyEnglish online. Our two sonsaregoingto move to MexicoCityin September. And nextyearEd'sgoingto leave hisjob andwe'regoingto move to Miami!

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Fill in the gaps with the correct form of be goingto ^l and the verbs in brackets.


1 a) We lregoingtp-buy,a house near the beach. (buy) b) Our sons..... a flat together.(look for)

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d ) next month e) tomorrow morning f) next week

c) Work in pairs. Tell your partner your sentences.


My of Bologna. I studyEnglish at the University girtfriend, Silvia, is alsoa studentthere.We'regoing to get marriednextyear.Butwe aren'tgoingto stayhere,we'regoingto moveto Rome.

Put these future time phrases in order.

b) Write three sentencesabout things that your family and friends are going to do in the future. Use phrases from 6a) and your own ideas. My sisterHelenaisgoingto movehousein March.

gdingto ltaldda compttter co'urse.

Lucafrom ltaly


a) in 2025 b) tonight 7 c) in December



.__myexamsi nJune. (do) in London. (not look for) .............ajob

Future timephrases

going to travel around the UK. going to start universitythis year.


.--in the UK for two weeks. (stay) _.Bath and Cambridge. (visit)

b) Work in pairs. Compare answers. Then match the sentences to the people in the photos.

O,write these sentencesin the table. Which sentenceis negative? t We z I

a big wedding. (not have) ...university next year. (leave)

2 a) We b) She

wnt" one thing you're going to do: after class, tomorrow evening, next Sunday,next week, next month, next year. meetsomefriendsafter class a) Work in groups. Talk about your plans. Are any the same?

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b) Tell the class about your group's plans. afterclass. . LinandI aregoingto meetsomefriends

WingYufrom China l'm at an English language schoolin London. We haveclasses for five hourseveryday! Nextmonthmy brotheris goingto visitme andwe'regoingto travelaroundthe UK. ThenI'm goingto starta newjob in Shanghai.

'1..'rED r\ rH What are you going z 7--t-a -r l t -

to do?


ooo Q U I CKR EVIEW Write one phrasefor theseverbs:starf,leave,do,move,get,lookfor (starta newjob, etc.).Workin pairs.Compare phrases. Thensaywhen you aregoingto do someof the thingson your lists:/ m goingto start a newjob nextmonth.

Phrases withhave,watch, go,go to @ -

a) Write two true sentencesand two false sentencesabout your future plans. Use be goingto and phrases from 1. I'm goingto havea party on Saturday.

lVlatchthesewords or phrasesto l the correct verbs. Then check in pI18. dinnerwithfrierrds thecinema shoppingTV swimmingthenews coffeewith friends sportonTV thegym running a party(x 2)

Vocabutaryphrases with have, watch,go,go to Grammar begoingto: questions andshortanswers Reviewfutureplans;begoingto: positiveandnegative

b) Work in pairs. Sayyour sentences.Guessif your partner's sentencesare true or false.

A newstart a) Look at the photo and listen to the conversation. @ What are Darla, Liam and Wesley going to do on Saturday? b) Listen again.Answer these questions. t z g + 5 e

When'sDarla going to move to Australia? Whats her husbandgoingto do there? Is Darlagoingto look for a job? Where are Darla'ssistersgoing to live? Are Darla andJustin going to havea party? What'sLiam going to do this evening?

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(?) *r- euEsroNs a) Look at these questions.Notice the word order. When What

Darla goingto herhusband goingto

move do

to Australia? there?

b) Write these questions in the table. t Where Darla'ssistersgoing to livc? z What Liam going to do this evening? c) Fill in the gaps with dm, is, are, isn't and aren't.


Listen and practise.

c) Work in pairs. Write one more word or phrase for the verbs in 1a). havebreakfast go to a concert



Ar.e you goingto watch a film? shegoingto lookfor a job? .._...._... vou poi npto sel lvour ftat? ----------- J --

Y es,l .

theygoingto havea party?

.... ./N o, l 'm not . Yes,she is./ No, she .........._. . Yes,we

. / No,we aren't.

Yes, theyare./ No,they pl19

1OB Vocabularyand Grammar

Write yes / no questions with you for these plans. lJse be goingto and verbs from 1a). shopping on Saturday?

Areyou goingto go shoppingon Saturday? TV tonight? the cinema this week? coffee with friends after class? swimming or running next weekend? the gym next week? a party next weekend? dinner with friends on Saturday evening?


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Make questions with these words.

't are /What / next weekend / going to / you / do ? What areyou going to do next weekend? 2 after class / are / going to / you / What / do ? 3 going to / you / When / your homework / do / are ? 4 get up / are / going to / you / tomorrow / What time ? 5 you / tomorrow evening / are/Where / dinner /have /going to 6 going to / you / nextyear / go / are / on holiday / Where ? b)

Listen and check. Listen again and practise.

Whit areyou g6ing to ltal d6 nixt week\nd? c) Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions in ba). Make notes on your partner's answers. d) Work in new pairs. Talk about your partner in bc).


Ask other studentsyour questions. ^l Find one person who is going to do each thing. Then ask one more question. Areyougoingto go shopping on Saturday? Whatareyougoingto buy?

yes,I am.

A newsuit.

b) Tell the classabour one student'splans. goingto buya newsuiton Saturday. Yusuf's


lOC Good luck!

(3):feetings Vocabularyadjectives Rea[World sayinggoodbyeand good luck Review be goingfo; frequencyadverbs

o oo Q U I C KREVIEW Workin Thinkof two thingsyou'regoingto do afterthis course. groups. A After Te[[eachotheryour plans. Askquestions if possibte: thiscoursel'm goingto go on holiday.BWhereareyou goingto go?

i = ' G.

e :e% Howdoyoufeel?

a) Match these adjectives to pictures l-8. Then check '


excited3 tired hippy sad bored scared hingry ingry r We can say I'm excited,etc. or I feel excited,etc. b) i: ,-::"!,i''i

Listen and practise.

c) Work in pairs. Test your partner.

a) Read conversations l-3. Match them to photos A-C. 1 wlLL DAD wlLL MUM

Right,its time to go. That'[email protected] flignt OK, Will. Havea goodzjourney / holiday\ 3two Thanksa lot. Seeyou in / threeweeks. Yes,seeyou. Bye!


Complete these sentenceswith always, usually, ^l sometimesor never to make them true for you.

MAcDAAre you going to study here nextayear/ course? Hnslru Yes,I am. MAcDAMe too. Seeyou insSeptember/ December. Hlsnru Yes,seeyou. MAGDAAnd good luck with your new ischool /job. slsnru Thanks a lot.

t I'm z I'm



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g I'm

+ s o z

I'm I'm I'm I'm

g I'm

Thewoman in oicture5.

huppy on my birthday. bored at the weekend. angry with my friends. tired on Friday evenings. hungry at 4 a.m. excited before I go on holiday. scared when I fly. sad when I say goodbye to people.

b) Work in pairs. Compare sentences.

MUM Come on, Julie. You'regoing to be late. JULTE OK, Mum. I'm ready now. Bye, Dad. DAD Bye,Julie. Good luck with your Ttest/ exam. JULIE Thanks very much. Have a goodstime / dayl DAD Thanks. Seeyou later.


Listen and choose the correct words.

c) Work in pairs. Compare answers.

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at Put conversations A and B in order.

A ALAN Have a good timel ALAN What are you going to do after work? ALAN Seeyou tomorrow.



Fill in the gapswith thesewords. }rl.id.ay much lot

rtRRv Yes,seeyou. Bye! rennv Thanks a lot. KERRvI'm going to have dinner with friends.

exam see September

B" Thanks a Yes,



b) Which phrase in bold in 4a) can you use with these words or phrases? journey in two weeks newjob day next month weekend English test birthday on Monday newschool time Havea goodjourney.




ffi Listen and practisethe sentencesin 4.

HEvea gciodh6liday!

stD stD

Thanks. Oh, and good luck with your new job. To Bodrum, in Turkey. I'm going to go on holiday nexr week.


Really?Where are you going? Thanks a lot. Have a good holiday!

b) ffffi

Listen and check.

C)Work in pairs. Practise the conversations in 6a). a) Think of two thrngs you're going to do in the future. b) Work in groups or with the whole class. Talk about your plans. Use sentences from 4. l'm goingto meet some friendsafter ctass.

Havea goodtime!



Cross out the wrong word or

phrase.ffi 1 start a newjob / a
(-) rhey out tonight. (+) We English next year. (-) Brian early tomorrow

Match a verb in A to a word or phrase in B. .rj"'J} AB have1 swimming \ goto \aParty watch sportonTV go a party have watch go go to

running the gym the news dinnerwithfriends

watch have go go to

shopping TV the cinema coffeewith friends

Lansuase summary 10,p118 a) Write the missing word in these questions. qoinq t What areydu/t5 do tomorrow? 2 Where you going to be next Sunday? 3 Are you going to coffeewith friendsnext weekend? 4 Areyou going to study English month? s What are you going do after this class? 6 Are going to havea party on your next birthday? b) Work in pairs. Ask and answer the questions. Ask more questions if possible. a) Find eight adjectives for feelings.()U). ' t; HAPPYjOS BAANGRYA OEXCITED RIKGVISF EHUNGRYM DEAJLENB SCAREDUC b) Work in pairs. Mime the adjectives in 5a). Guess your partner's adjectives.

a) Tick (/) the thingsyou cando in English. plans. I cantalkabout myfuture I canusefuture timeohrases. I canunderstand a simple conversation about thefuture. I canaskotherpeople about their plans. future I cansayhowI feel. I cansaygoodbye andgoodluck. b) What do you needto study again?f;fitm

Work in groups of four. Read the rules. Then play the game!

Rules You need: One counter for each student; one dice for each group. How to play: Put your counters on START HERE. Take turns to throw the dice, move your counter and read the instructions on the square.The first student to get to FINISH is the winner. ., .'. and Uocabularii squares:The first student to land on a Grammar or Vocabularysquareanswers question I. The second student to land on the samesquareanswers question2. If the other students think your answer ISCOIreCt, you can stay on the square.If the answer rs wrong, move back to the last squareyou were on. I[ a third or fsiirth student lands on the samesquare, he / she can stay on the squarewithout answering a question. Talk about squares: lf you land on a Talk about square,talk about the topic for l5 seconds.I[ you can't talk for 15 seconds,move back to the last squareyou were on. lf a secondor third student lands on the samesquare,he / she also talksabout the sametopic for 15 seconds. Hauea fGStsquares: If you land on a Have a rest square,you stay on the squarewithout answeringa question.


Choosethe correctword. 1 Therearesome/ any nicecaf6s. rf z I loveshop/ shoppingfor ctothes.




ilrr In tne gapswtth 'rn, 's ot 're. 1 | -,,,,... a doctorand sne_,..,.. a teacher. 2 He .._-- French and they_..,-..ltalian.


@ Tatkabout things you like and don't like.

Makethis sentence negative. t ShelikeswatchingTV. 2 We went out last night.


Sayeight: 1 countries 2 nationalities

T Makea question. 1 evenings/ the / does/ What/do linlh e? z you / Sunday /What / did/onldo?



Tatk about things you i do in your free time. -



Correctthis sentence. 1 | didn'twent out,I stayedat home. 2 Karenatwaysget up early.


@choor"t#correct woros.



1 | was/ weretired,but shewasn't/ weren't. z Wheredid / were you livewhen you did / werea child?




Say six: t thingspeoplecan do onIine 2 thingspeoptedo in theirfreetime




Makea question. 1 there7 flat / shops/ your / any / nearI Are? z are/ tomorrow/ do / goingto / What / you ?

'\T vWhich

preposition: in, on or at? t the weekend,night, the evening z Friday,midday, the morning

Correctthis question. t Whereyou did go last Saturday? z What fooddo your sisterlike?

9...,. . wnf cn verD:go, go to or play? 1 the cinema, shopping, footbatl 2 tennts,concerts, on holiday

(9choose the'correct words. t That'sme / my mum. She/ Her hastwo cats z He/ Him hves soap operas,but I hate they/ them.





Talkaboutyour lastholiday.



Saythesetimes. 1 7.30,3.55,8.00,2.15 z 6.45,11.20,4.3s,12.30

Tatkaboutplaces nearyourhome.







Talkaboutthingsyou canandcan'tdo.


Tatkaboutwhat you did lastweek.

Talkaboutyour dailyroutine.

Talkaboutyour family.








Which verb:do, qet or have? 1 aParty,acourse, married 2 engaged, an exam, coffeewith friends

S.aythe (+) and (-) short answers. 1 Arethey from the UK? 2 Doessheworkat home?



1 man,chair,sandwich, Person 2 woman,watch,parent, chitd





Saythe PastSimple. r buy,travel,get,meet 2 tett,come,visit,leave








Sayeight: t wordsfor foodand drink z thingspeople do on hotiday


Saythe opposites. t hot,cheap, ugly, friendty z [ong,boring, futt,easy

Say eight: r jobs 2 ptacesin a town or city

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Saythe (+) and (-) short answers. t ls therea ctass tomorrow? 2 Didyou get up earty?




Pair and Group Work: StudentlGroup [email protected] pzo

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a) Look at the table. Practise the mobile number and the home number.

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a) Work on your own. Choose the correct words.

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t @!g)/ Wheredid you do yesterday afternoon? z When/ Whowas your first English teacher? g Howold/ Howmanyis your best friend? + Why/ Whafdo you want to learn English? s Who/ Wherewas your mother born? 6 When/Who did you last go to the cinema? t Howmany/ Howmuchpeoplelive in your houseor flat? 8 Howmany/ Howmuchdo you spendon phone calls everymonth?

b) Work with your partner. Ask questions with What\ your . .. ?. Write your partner's phone numbers in the table. c) Check your partner's table. Are the phone numbers correct?

68 O p+g a) Look at these questions about places near Susan'sflat. Fill in the gaps with Is, Are, d or any. The answers are in brackets ( ). post office near Susan'silat? (/) t 1s-there ..a--good restaurants?(rY) 2 ............... there,--,,,...,.".. bus stop?(/) 3 -.......... there .-.-------.... . museums?(X) 4 ..............there-.--------....cashpoint?(/) s ,,------------, there-------..-----

b) Work with your partner. Take turns to ask the questions in a). Ask more questions if possible.

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b) Work with your partner. Ask your questions from a). Are your partner's answers correct?



yesterday afternoon? I'7r/

I went shopping.

c) Answer your partner's questions. Are your answers correct?

48 @ pse a) Work on your own. Make questions with the words in column A of the table.

A atot/you/Do/eatout? p-aIpuja la{ Dp-y-o-q z DVDs/ Do/ watch/ you?


yourgu€ss (/ orX)


yourDartner's inswbr(/ or Xl

b) Guess your partner's answers to questions l-5. Put a tick (/) or a cross (rY) in column B of the table.

s live/ in a houseor a ftat/ vou/ Do ?

c) Work with your partner. Ask questions I-5. Put a tick (/) or a cross (X) in column C of the table. Are your guesses correct?

4 ltalianfood/ you/ tike/ Do ?

Cl.rr:r:*-qe,[email protected] Y es,l do./ No, ldon't .

s you/ DoI a computer / have?

d) Answer your partner's questions.

Pairand Group Work: Student/Group A

1 [email protected] pg a) Look at the photo. Ask about people 1,3 and 5. Write the names and countries.

Name Country

1 Name Country

D-avjd Ihe AK 3 Name --.. Country

Number 1.What'shisname? Where's hefrom? b) Answer your pailner's questionsabout people 2, 4 and 6. c) Look at the photo for one minute. Remember the people'snames and countries. d) Close your books. Ask and answerquestions about the people.

N ame.... Country

4 N a m e .,_ _ Country

li Sa ') .':*r' t*i'

Where's Davidfrom? 5 Name Country

He'sfrom the UK.

28 O ptt a) Look at thesephotos of Ben'sfriends. Write yes / no questions to check the information in about Roberto, Wendy and Alex. ls RobertoSpanish? b) Work with your partner. Ask your questionsfrom a). Tick (/) the correct information. Change the wrong information.

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marriedor single







KODerro rsnt SDanrsn. He'sMexican.



c) Answer your partner's questionsabout Silvio, Yi Chen and Omar.

d) Compare answers with another student A.




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Yi Chen



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a taxi driver

a shopassistant

an aclor

marriedor single



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Pairand Group Work: Student/Group A

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[email protected] pos a) Work on your own. Fill in the gaps with was or were.

a) Work on your own. Choose the correct words. t 2 3 + s s

Where is /@Sally and Dan? ls / Arethe people very friendly? ls / AreSallyand Dan in an old hotel? Where 's/ arethe hotel? ls / Are the rooms very big? ls / Areit very cold?

b) Check the answers in email A on p22. C) Work with your partner. Ask your questions about Sally and Dan in a). Are his / her answers correct?

1 2 3 4 s 6 7 8

Where -.W__45_. the last wedding you wentx ro? When , it? Who the bride and groom? How many people _____...,,____, at the wedding? the food good? _...______..__, any of your friends there? --.--...".,____ z' a party afrer the wedding? ...............there ,\ there any music? ------...--..,,


{r t r

*went = PastSimpleof go

,{'t t

,l \

,l ,,1 il

b) Work with your partner. Ask your questions from a). Make notes on his / her answers. C) Answer your partner'squestions about the last party you wenr ro. { d) Work with another srudent A. Tell him / her about the wedding I your partner went to.

) )

9 Fl



d) Answer your partner's questions about Fiona and Nick. Don't look at p23!

[email protected] pss a) You are a customer. Your partner is a shop assistant. Buy things a)-d) from your partner's shop. You start. How much do you spend? Excuse me. Do you haveany ... ? H ow m uc his t his . .. , p l e a s e ?





How mucharethese... , please? Can I have... , please? No,that'sa[[,thanks. Hereyou are.

b) You are a shop assistant. Your partner is a customer. He / She wants to buy things l-4. Have a conversation with your partner. Your partner starts. l, Yes,thev'reoverthere. t" I lt's f... .


i_ Iney , re...peacn.

i Sure. Anything else? I that'sf... . foK,


Pairand Group Work: Student/Group A

[email protected] peo

5A @ psg

a) Look at these film times. Work with your partner. Take turns to ask the times of the films. Write the times.

a) Work on your own. Fill in the gaps in the questions in column A of the table. Use Do and these verbs. gPLW have sleep drink watch

Whattimeis'Theltatian Teacher' on?


It'son at quarterpastfour,.

yourpartner's answer(/ or X) Da you g9! aP beforeseveno'clock?


2 ..........,,. you --.-.. TV in the morning? 3 _.........., yo, breakfast in a caf6? The ltalian Teacher

4 ..........you


s Seven Sisters





Married or Single? Beautiful Day


Monday to Friday


The Actor's Wife




a lot of coffee?

you ......----.. in the day? ........

b) Work with your partner. Ask questions l-5. Put a tick (/) or a cross (X) in column B of the table. Doyougetup before , Yes,I do./ No,I don't. seveno'clock? ' I getup at abouteight. C) Answer your partner's questions. Give more information if possible.


b) Check the times with your partner. Are they correct?


d) Work with another srudenr A. Tell him / her about your partner. Utigetsup at abouteight.

58 @ p+r a) Work on your own. Fill in the gaps in these questionsabout Nadine's routine. Use doesshe and the correct prepositions. 1 Whar time ._dee.sI&e_ger up 1O the week? z What . . . do , ...Wednesdavafternoon? have classes

Friday morning? 4 ... go out with friends the weekend? ........ 5 __............ phoneher mother ,,........,_ Sundayevening? ........ b) Work with your partner. Ask your partner the questionsin a). c) Look at pictures a)-e). Then answer your partner's questions.

\Sl 1-f \\)


l\i:l,,', *ntty -1ot\ 'ri t 1''t' I'I

Pairand Group Work: Student/GroupA

[email protected] psr

7A @ pss

a) Look at the questions about Bath in column A of the table. Fill in the gaps with these words.

a) Work on your own. Write questions with Do youlihe... ? for the things in column A of the table. 1 Doyou likeplayingcomputergames?


Where's on

show much ooen


A 1

a) Do v ou hav e a ma o o f En p l a n d ? b) How _........."... is it?


(/ x) (/ x)

a) yes / no b) f

a) W hen is t he A m e ri c a nMu s e u m b) ls it ctosed...... Mondays?

? a) from ........ to b) yes / no

a) , . . . , , , , t_, he ..O . d e o nc i n e m a ? b) Cany ou . . . . . . ..... me o n th i s ma p ? ORANGE GR OVE

%srcnre s1 r'i&^ KTNGSMaD css/^ souARE '$r,





?€si "a^

E d


a€4Ust "4rqnoout.ao

-i. >H









b) You are a tourist in Bath. Your partner works at the tourist information centre. Ask the questions in column A of the table. Write the answers in column B and on the map. C oodm or ning.

H e tl oc, a n I h e tpy o u ?

Yes,please. Do you have... ? C) You work at the tourist information centre in Bath. Your partner is a tourist. Answer his / her questions. Use this information.


iF ath ii







s t!1 1

o R A\GE C q OvE

%sroer'slTouristlnlormationCentre ! BNH S1 q d€AU sr

'oQeqeoo^ uou"t^ 'uuo'*^'"

'fh" B.tilJittg',i .r{ Buth Museum ,I t-\p rtri l ti l t" ttr' , ('1 i ,,.*l n v-S ," ,,lny) ( ) l) P r tt' l (). l () .r.rrr.-5 t'I,,..J," r ( ' s f ot l \\" ' r tlavs L





b) Work on your own. Guessif your partner likes the things in the table. Put a tick (/) or a cross (X) in column B of the table.

f 4


.\ too

SouthGate fr ShoBping 3 Centre e

i ,, ,u4D eU4,


d) Check your partner'sanswers.Are they correct?

c) Work with your partner. Ask your questionsfrom a). Put a tick (/) or a cross (X) in column C of the table. Are your guessescorrect? d) Answer your partner'squestions. e) Tell the class two things aboul your partner. Marceto lovesptaying compurer games. Hedoesn't likehorrorfilms.

Pairand Group Work: Student/Group A

[email protected] ru'

98 @ pzs

a) Work on your own. Look at the things Ella and Daniel can and can't do. Write questions with Can for the pink gaps in the table. 1 CanEllaspeakGerman?

a) Work on your own. Make questions about Nancy with the words in column A of the table.

g R Etta

1 /*-.---*_*-*\ ( CutenTag!)





2 anymuseums / visit/ she/ Did? 3 in the evenings/ she/ do / did / What ?

(have)dinnertn his hotel

+ she/ did/ travelaround/ How?

'd '6

(rent)a car

s buy/ DidI presents for herfamily/ she? b) Work with your partner. Ask your questions from a) about Nancy. Write the answers in column B of the table. c) Look at column C. Answer your partner's questions aboutJeff. Use the Past Simple form of the verbs in brackets.

'\ $


9CGl pzs a) You are at a station. You want to buy these tickets. Youf iiartner is a ticket seller. Ask your partner questions and complete the table. The time now is 9 a.m.

6nn l------------------'1

tr \


she/ What/ everymorning/ do I did what did_she -dp-.e..uet y n p_r n!ng ?





time of nexttrain


time train arrives

two returnsto Bath (youwantto come backtomorrow) two singtes to Bristol


b) You are a ticket seller. Your partner wants to buy some tickets. Look at this information. Answer your partner's questions.

b) Work with your partner. Take turns to ask your questions from a). Fill in the gaps in the table with a tick (/) or a cross (X). You start.



B i rmi n g ham

singte: f28.20 return:f42.50

c) Compare tables with your partner. What can both children do?


f43.40 singte: return:f 55.80

time of nexttrain



time train arrives


Pair and Group Work: StudentlGroup 1A @ o z


[email protected] pzo

a) Look at the table. Practise the mobile number and the home number.

a) Work on your own. Choose the correct words. b) Work with your partner. Ask questions with What\ your .. . ?. Write your partner's phone numbers in the table. c) Check your partner's table. Are the phone numbers correct?

68 O p+g a) Look at these questions about places near Susan'sflat. Fill in the gaps with Is, Are, a or any. The answers are in brackets ( ). t Is there -.?--station near Susan'sflat? (X) z _,.___________there shoos?(/) 3 _....,,,__, there chemist's?(/) + --,,,,,,______, there nice cafes?(,r) ...__ s there supermarketT(/) ,,,,_

t did you do last night? @twnere 2 When/ Whois your bestfriend? 3 Howold / How'many is your mobile phone? + Why/ Whatdid you come to this school? s Who/ Wherewas your fatherborn? o When/Who did you last go to a concert? 7 Howmany/ Howmuchbrothersand sistersdo you have? 8 Howmany/ Howmuchdo you spendon travel everymonth? b) Work with your partner. Take turns to ask the questions in a). Ask more questions if possible. I went out with somefriends.

b) Work with your partner. Answer your partner's questions. Are your answers correct? C) Ask your questions from a). Are your partner's answerscorrect?


48 @ pes a) Work on your own. Make questions with the words in column A of the table.


ourgu€ss / orX)

a ) w at c h/ y ou / Do /a to t/T V ?

Dq.y_o_ a"walsh..TU_ aIp_t?

b) tennisor footbatl/ Do/ ptay/ you? c) you / in an officeI work I Do ? d) tike/ Do / Chinesefood / you ?

I yourpartner's (/ or, i answer

b) Guess your partner's answersto,questionsa)-e). Put a tick (/) or a cross (X) in column B of the table. c) Work with your partner. Answer his / her questions. d) Ask questionsa)-e). Put a tick (/) or a cross (X) in column C of the table. Are your guessescorrect? Do vou watchTV a [ot?

e ) hav e/ a dogor a c a t / y o u I D o ?

Pairand Group Work: Student/Group B

[email protected] pg a) Look at the photo. Answer your partner's questions about people 1, 3 a n d 5.

N ame. ..... C ountry..-......,

Name Adam Country Cermany

3 N ame._, Country

b) Ask about people 2, 4 and 6. Write the names and coun l ri e s.

Mario Soain

Nu mb e r2. W hat ' shisnam e ? Where'she from? c) Look at the photo for one minute. Remember the people's names and countries. d) Close your books. Ask and answer questions about the people. Where'sSuefrom? 5 Name

She'sfrom Australia.




28 O ptt a) Look at thesephotos of Ben'sfriends. Write yes / no questionsto check the information in about Silvio, Yi Chen and Omar.

n a me

ls Silvioltalian?


b) Work with your partner. Answerhis / her questions about Roberto,Wendy and Alex.

Si l vi o

Yi Chen


marriedor single

ls Roberto Spanish? No,heisn't.He'sMexican. c) Ask your partner your questionsfrom a). Tick (/) the correct information. Change the wrong information. d) Compare answerswith another student B. 5t t vt ot snt tra ilan . H e' s B ra zilian .



It1 € .tr -* :\.t

n a me






B ri ti sh

R ussi an


a policeofficer

a wartress

a manager

marriedor single


marri ed

'"'b '-

Pairand Group Work: Student/Group B

[email protected] ozs

88 @ pos a) Work on your own. Fill in the gaps with was or were.

a) Work on your own. Choose the correct words. t z z + s o

Where is [email protected] Fiona and Nick? ls / Arethe peoplevery friendly? ls / AreFiona and Nick in a big hotel? Where 's/ arethe hotel? Is / Arethe rooms very nice? Is / Arethe hotel cheap?

1 Where .-w-as,, the last party you went* to? 2 it a friends oarrv? 3 How many people at the party? 4 anv of vour lamilv there? 5 When the party? 6 there any interesting people? -----, 7 the music good? -----, 8 --..,,there any food? *went = Past Simple of go

b) Work with your partner. Answer his / her questions about the last wedding you went to.

b) Check the answers in email B on p23.

C) Ask your partner your questions from a). Make notes on his / her answers.

c) Work with your partner. Answer your partner's questions about Sally and Dan. Don't look at p22l

d) Work with another student B. Tell him / her about the party

d) Ask your questions about Fiona and Nick in a). Are your partner's answers correct?

> ;{

yourp:rtn€"1"1-1. ff

[email protected] oos a) You are a shop assistant.Your partner is a customer. He / She wants to buy things a)-d). Have a conversation with your partner. Your partner starts. Yes,they'reoverthere. It'sf,.... They're f... each. Sure. Anything else? OK,that'sf... .


Pairand Grouo Work: Student/GroupB

[email protected] pso

[email protected] osn

: r Look at these film times. Work with your rrrtner. Take turns to ask the times of the films. \\ nte the times.

a) Work on your own. Fill in the gaps in the questions in column A of the table. Use Do and these verbs. gX

.'/hattimeis'Seven Sisters' on?

eat work go



It's on at five to three,

B yourpartner's (/ orX) answer

a) .D.o you g.e-thome after six o'ctock?

b) c) d) The ltalian Teacher


Seven Sisters


Ma rri ed or S ingle?


Beautiful Day Monday to Friday





The Actor's Wife

,,.......you ..... at the weekend?


b) Work with your pailner. Answer his / her questions. Give more information if possible.


c) Ask your partner quesrionsa)-e). Put a tick (/) or a cross (X) in column B of the table.

5.45 3.O5

di nnerbeforeni ne? , you.... you....... to bedaftermidnight?

Do you get home aftersix o'ctock?

6.45 9.'15

Y es,l do./N o,l don' t. I get homeat aboutfive

d) Work with another srudenr B. Tell him / her about your partner.

b) Check the,times with your partner. Are they correct?

Kwangetshomeat aboutfive.

58 @ p+r a) Work on your own. Fill in the gaps in these questions about \adine's routine. Use doessheand the correct prepositions. t What time .._d..o.es 5he_go to bed h the week? 2 .... haveclasses Tuesdaymorning? : What do ...... Wednesday evening? a What time _.....____...._ get up the weekend? ........ 5 ,,,___...____. eat out ,,...,. Sunday ,,,,__._.... evening? b) Work with your partner. Look at pictures a)-e). Then answer your partner's questions. c) Ask your partner the questions in a).

:' m

rIF a7



the weekend


Pairand Group Work: Student/Group.B

[email protected] osr

[email protected] pss

a) Look at the questions about Bath in column A of the table. Fill in the gaps with these words.

a) Work on your own. Write questions with Do youlihe... ? for the things in column A of the table.

heng Where's on

show much oDen

a) Doyou |ikeChinese food?

a) Do you haye a guidebookof Bath? is it? b) How

a) yes / no b )€ a ) fr om.....

2 a) When is the Buitdingof Bath b) ls it closed


the SouthCate shoppingcentre? me b) Canvou on t his m ap?

b) yes / no

3 a)



%srclre s1

TouristInlormation Centre !





?o ,o,^^ "*'*


u'"%ou", *^u"u

\ g dEO4o e,4y

b) You work at the tourist information centre in Bath. Your partner is a tourist. Answer his / her questions. Use this information.


.q..*rg:v-?oa e? |'"b"II'

0deon cinema F 5 :

cnw5lqF "sitr "1ou6r1 lnto-ation centre

*"" "," *""*E 6tr-


O ,"^..,F

s's' -, q

i E d 1


^9%. nqer r"O", .o**"r.,.q




C)You are a tourist in Bath. Your partner works at the tourist information centre. Ask the questions in column A of the table. Write the answers in column B and on the map.

c;J;;;;t"s-) He[[o,can I helpyou? . ,..,.-_...._.._._-:--/

b) Work on your own. Guess if your partner likes the things in the table. Put a tick (/) or a cross (D in column B of the table. c) Work with your partner. Answer his / her questions. d) Ask your questionsfrom a). Put a tick (/) or a cross (rY)in column C of the table. Are your guessescorrect? e) Tell the class two things about your partner.

Yes,p[ease. Do you have.. 7."""-"**'

d) Check your partner's answers. Are they correct?

do;[ tidchi*r;];d.) i La,,ra l, Shelovesvisitingnewplaces. )

Pairand Group Work: Student/Group B

78 @ pst

98 @ pzs

a) Work on your own. Look at the things Ella and Daniel can and can't do. Write questions with Can for the pink gaps in the table. 1 CanDanielspeakGerman?

a) Work on your own. Make questions aboutJeff with the words in column A of the table.


an Elta

D aniel

( CutenTag!) )z-

(have)dinnerwith her friends

4 h: t d,id/ tr.*|":"_:"0 / How?

(go)by busand taxi

s buy/ Did/ presents for hisfamity/ he ?

x b) Work with your partner. Look at column C. Answer his / her questions about Nancy. Use the Past Simple form of the verbs in brackets. c) Ask your partner questions from a) aboutJeff. Write the answers in column B of the table.


[email protected] pzs

._4 ,

0) You are at a station. You are a ticket seller. your partne, *urrt, to buy some tickets. Look at this information. Answer your partner's questions. The time now is 9 a.m.


,P '$

3 i n th e e veni ngs / he / do / di d /W hat ?


'@ s\s

(go)for a watk

2 anvm::eu':1:un, he/ Did?

' il



he/What / everymorning/ do I did? .What.dLd he -doe-v.ery n"e_rntng?.





singte: f 29.50 return:f39.70


single: f36.30 return:f45.50


b) Work with your partner. Take turns to ask your questions from a). Fill in the gaps in the table with a tick (/) or a cross (.x). Your partner starts. c) Compare tables with your partner. What can both children do?

time of next train


time train arrives 10.39



b) You want to buy these tickets. Your partner is a ticket seller. Ask your partner questions and complete the table. ticket two returns to Birmingham (youwantto comeback nextweekend) two singles to Manchester


time of platform time train nexttrain arrives

Pair and Group Work: Other activities lDOi l z a) Work with your partner. Look at the picture. Write the number of people and things. chairs ..-5-.... tables ........... men ..,_,_,,_. women ..._...-.. . ...books D CN S

pencils apples bags mobiles ., .,.,.. b) Work with another pair. Compare answers. c) Check on p126. Are your answers correct?

[email protected] pzo a) Work with your partner. Look at the photo. Guess how old the people and dogs are. Use these ages. girts/ women 363741 45 72 76 men 38 43 46 65 70 dogs 18 ( | thinkMariais4'1.,) '1,-. -: 45. l 1. I thinkshe's -..!!.- .i. b) Check on p126. Are your answers correct?

Pair and Group Work: Other activities

a) Work on your own. Think about your life when you were ten. Write six sentencesabout you with w6tsor were. Use these ideas or your own. When I was ten, e my favouritesinger/ band ... o my favouritefood / drink ... o my favouriteTV programme(s)... o my favouritefilm(s) ... o I ... hrppy / unhappyat school. e I ... good at (sports,languages ...). o I ... always/ usually/ neverlate for class. o my brother(s)/ sister(s)... nice to me.

a) Work on your own. Write six questions with your fa,vourite. Use these ideas or your own. colour actor musicianfood drink restaurant actress band caf6 singer What'syour favouritecolour? Who'syour favouriteactorT




b) Work with your group. Say your sentences.Are any of the other students' sentencestrue for you? WhenI wasten,mv favouritesingerwat Sting. c) Tetl the class two interesting things about other students in your group. Ali'sfavourite bandwasthe SpiceCirls! b) Work with your partner. Take turns to ask your questions. Write your partner's answers. What'syourfavouritecolour? a) Work on your own. Think about the last time you visited a different town or city. Write ffi sentences.Use these phrases and your own ideas. l o I (go) to ... o o r o r r o o r

I went to Budapestthreemonthsago. I (go) thereby ... I (arrive)at ... o'clock. I (travel) on my own / with my ... When I was thereI (visit) ... I also(go) to ... I (go) shoppingand I (buy) ... I (leave)there... and (get)home ... I (be) therefor ... days/ weeks. I (have)a good / greatl terrible time.

b) Work on your own. Practise your sentencesuntil you can remember them. c) Work with your group. Tell each other about the last time you visited a different town or city. d) Tell the class two things about the place you visited.

c) Work with another student. Tell him / her about your partner in b). Ando'sfavouritecolouris red. d) TeIl the class two things about your first parrner.

Language Summary 1 '..


(F12 lA Qot Numbers

o z6ro 1 one 2 two

g three + four s five

6 six z s6ven a eight

$lH a andan lc @ pll 9 nine 1 0 te n

t t et6ven 12 twetve

f,lB [email protected] pa

r We use a with nouns that begin with a c()nsor.rilnl sound: a t,ig. a diclionary. . n l,rn, "t r We use an with nouns that begin with a vowel sound: an apple, an iPod,an umbrella, etc.


People lD Q ot2

.a girt


Things lD O ptz

1 a chair 2 a watch 3 a compiter

1 the USA 2 MExico g Brazit

+ the Ur 5 C€rmany I 6 spain

7 Itaty 8 I urKey g EgvPt

1o R i ssi a 11 China 12 Austr:tia

llEl Thealphabet lc @ nlo

+ adfiry 5 a sindwich 6 a t5bte 7 a cimera

Ao Bb C cD d EeFf G gHh Ii Jj Kk LLMm Nn0o Pp Qq Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv Ww Xx Yy Zz I;pl r pink letters = vowels, bluc letters = CorlSooaotS

in yourbag(1) lc @ pro f,ilf Things

1 2 3 4 5 e z 8

a bag an lpple a dictionary a book a n6tebook a m6bile an iPod an umbrElla 9 a p€ncil 1 0 a p en

TIPSIo a m obile= a m o b i l ep h o n e o UK: a mobile (phone)= US: a cell (phone) o an iPod = an MP3 player


f,lfl Plurals lD (Q 012

fi ffi


a chai r a tabl e a thing a boy

ft-utlt _

+-s chairs tables things boys

i *'::l i :i'o*l':

watches sandwiches

a dlarV a ba.bV

y ) -ies diaries babies

a man a woman a Person

irregular men women people

:llrl . We also add -es to words ending in -s, -ss, -sh,-x and -z'. bus *, buses, class * classes,etc.

Language Summary 1 l, ffif,

you,your [email protected] Po

I'm Stefan.


[email protected] pt Saying


Where areyoufrom? [email protected] ps

How are you? Nice to meet you. What's your name?

I'm fine, thanks. N{y name's Emel.

.I / you + verb (I read, youlisten, etc.) . my / your + noun (my name,your booh, etc.)

ho, his,she,her 18O pe What's his name? His name's Stefan Where's hc from? Hc's from Russia.

What's her name? Her name's Emel. Where's shc [rom? Shc's from Turkey.

o h e /his = t l, s he/ h e r = Q . he / she + verb, his / her + noun


I' m from Russia. A ndyou?

Sayinghello l A OO p a ,, He[[o, Emet. my name's


Youtoo. 'i .

TIP! r We can say I'mJrom + city: I'mJromMoscow.

andsurnameslc @ pio GIID Firstnames

Hr , ilm . How ar e y our

.. ' l'm OK,thanks.

liltiEtl Introducing people', [email protected] p7

What'syoursurname? . Mol i na.

G;ta:y-ess:[email protected] ''l' **-^"-----"


languagelc @ pll G[m Classroom Excuse me.


Phone numbers [email protected]



( ffi;il t;;;bid;ffi;;? ) It's07954544768. / ,,,, , ^\ |t\--wnats vour nomenumDeri / --,-,-: _ lt's020 76223479.

TIP! o In phone numbers 0 = oh and 44 = double four.

Whatdoes(answer) mean? l'm sorry,I don'tunderstand. What's(t5piz) in Engtish? Canyou repeatthat,please? l'm sorry,I don'tknow. Howdo youspell(Brazit)? l lPl r We can say Canyou repeatthat,please? or Canyou saythatagain,please? Look at ClassroomInstructions p127.

Language Summary 2 Nationalities2AO p14 countries

Titles 2cO p18


l'm from...

Mr Mrs Ms Ms Miss

I m...

Itatv Brazi I

ItSti a n Bra z i l i a n

KUS S t a

KUSSta n

the USA uermany

A m Eri c a n u e rma n rgypran A u s trS Ii a n

Forrnt .b JT'

AustrSIia t vt extco I UTKCV the U K S oain C hina r-^q^I

a man (mal ri edor si ngte) a marri edw oman a si ngtew oman

. M\ Mrs, Ms or Miss + surname Mr Brown,Mrs King, Ms Roberfs,etc

Greetings 2cQ p1B

t wt ex t cna t ur Kt Sn Br it is h

)panrsn L nt nes e J apan€s e French L O t O m Dr an


France LO t O m D r a

Jobs [email protected] p16

F a sh6p assistant


Good morni ng,A manda

Good night.

7 , an Sctor an Sctress

,p L' @ I -t


\U a potice officer

a te'acher


a d6ctor



Good evening,sir. Cood evening.

Ill llt-l


. Gctodmotnmg, Good at'tentoonand Good evening= Hello . GLtoclnight = Goodbye.

a m us ic ian /A

Numbers 13-100 [email protected] pzo l J Intrl een

ktg| a minager

a wa'iter. . *iitr"r,

o In the LanguageSummarieswe only show the main stressin words and phrases. . We use a or an with iobs: He\ s cloctor.



youu.ry?r.h Thank


a tlxi driver

t, Good afternoon. z{l


FIS ]';

r axoutp

z I lwenty-one a

30 thirty

14 fourte'en

zz lwenly-two

| ) IrTreen

23 twenty-thre'e

40 f6rty -^:.tttty 5U

l b srxteen 'l 7 sevente'en

24 twenty-fo'ur

60 sixty

z) Iwenty-flve

/u seventy

18 eighte'en 'l 9 ninete'en

26 twenty-six

6u ergnry

20 tw6nty

28 twenty-dight


I / twenty-seven

29 twenty-nine


9o ninety tuu a nunor ec

Language Summary 2 @

positive; 2AO p1a De(singular):

yesI noquestions andshort @9 be(singular):

a n swe r s,lBp v!

(+) PoSITIVE l'm (= I sn,';

l'm British.


)ou're(= you are) he's(= 1'1s i51

You'rea student.

she's(= she is)



Am I in this class?

Yes,you are. No,you aren't.

Are you from Russia?

Yes,I am. No, l'm not.

it 's ( = ;1 ;t;

Yes,he is. No, he isn't.

TIP! o We use it for a thing (a car, abooh, etc.).


negative 2A9 ptz De(singular):

Yes,sheis. No,sheisn't.

(-) NEGATTVE I'm not (= am not)

Yes,it is. No,it isn't.

you aren't (= are not)

Youaren'ta teacher.

he isn't (= is not)

He isn't fromBeijing.

she isn't (= is not)


it isn't (= is not)

It isn't a Mercedes.

TIPS! o We can also say: No, you're nof. No, he's not. No, she'snot. and No, itb rcot. r We cant say Yayye+r+., Y#rlffi ., YalA., W. or Y+Ett*..

TIPS!o We can also say you're not, he\ nat, she\ not and it's not:

You'renotateachex He\ notfrom Beijing. She'snot Australian. It\ not a Mercedes. . We can't sayl-awl.


Emailaddresses @6) p18)


ltfi- questions i"[email protected] q1g @E be(singular): (?) wH- QUESTTONS

Where a m Where




questions information @@ Personal @



he/ s he/ i t




s ,s



his/ hername? yourjob? his/ herjob

Areyou married?

What What Wha


TIPS!r Where = a place (Turkey, London, etc.). oWhat = a thing (a name, a job, etc.). o Where's= Where k, What's = What is. . We can't writeJ#ft
What'syournationatity? What'syouraddress? What'syourmobitenumber? What'syouremailaddress?

@ Ho wo td ...? @ Howoldisvourhouse? Howoldareyou? f H"* "td;"*-

It'sa hundred vearso[d.

fi'-Jh''rt" ) ---\

TfPS!o We don't usually sayyearsold for people: I'm thirty., Emilyl nine.,etc. . We say I'm thirty. r.ot LWMy. or Pm$fi1e*s.

Language Summary 3 't:


(1) 3AO p22 lEfl Adjectives

Family, sa6) p2q O pzs






fither (dad)

il"r fru big

r,..iil I











w Lal

small good



lHiiil lqs


chitdren r TIPS1 The plural of wife is wives not ++ife . The singular of childrenis child.

s, #





ffi$ \djcclives go belorenouns: It\ anttt cctr. .{rljcctivcs are not plural with plural noutrs: They're url:,dfriends. notIhq4egeeh,Jffi. We put tery before :rdicctives : It\ yew h

It's hot.

lt's very hot.

grindchitdren Tf$r1o The singular of grandchildren is grandchild.

a caPPucctno

lQ , i





D*b an esprEsso

a tea

a mineralwater

an egg sindwich

a cheeseand tomato sindwich -



{FI Wordorderwith adjectives; uery 3AQ pzz Adjectives go after be: Your watch is lrice.


[email protected] p26


a cBffee




f,Fll Foodanddrink(1)



m6ther (mum)



frlendty unfri'endty beSutiful


an 6rangejuice

a Coke

a crdissant

TIP!o We can saya white coffee(with milk) and a blachcolfee(no milk).

anddrink(2) f,St Food 3Do p28 t 2 : + s 6 z s

fruit tea c6ffee vEgetabtes juice 6range mitk bread witer

g fish ri ce meat cheese eggs sigar pista ch6colate

10 11 1z 13 t+ ts te

f[f,f lorq like,eat,drink,a tot of [email protected] p28

;ff,["i*i'''i,:lii.li", ",.*S- -Sr,

li i<'ncl\ ?,ls the camera

| love chocolate.

I tike fish.

I eat a lot of rice.


I drink a lot of coffee.

Language Summary 3 positive De(plural): andnegative

(1,you,etc.)andpossessive Subiectpronouns adjectives (my,your,etc.) [email protected] p25

[email protected] p23 (+) PoSITIVE we're (- we are)

We're in a new hotel.

lou're (= you are) they're (= they are)

You'refrom the UK. They'revery big.

s ubi ect --)--Pronouns oossessive r-,:--:.'" aoJecuves














t heir

We use srrb.icct pr()nouns with verbs: I'm,.1,ottlisten, thc.1,read, etc

(-) NECATTVE we aren't (= are not) We aren't in the hotelnow. you aren't

Youaren't from Russia.

they aren't

Theyaren't very expensive.

r You is singular and plural: You'rea student. You're students. o We use they for people or things.

We use possessive adjectives with nouns: my sister,yourfamily, his dog, etc. l'm Mary and this is Sid, my husband. Her husband's name is Nick and hc's a doctor. These are their two children - our grandchildren. It's a very nice photo, I think.

r We can also say we're not, you're not and they're not.

questions be(plural): andshort answers [email protected] P23 (?) wH- QUESTTONS are Where


W he re

y gr ?

ar e

Wh e re

ar e

F io n aa n d N i c k ?

Aretheyin a smallhotel?




Are you in London?


ten pounds


Are we in room A?

Money andprices 3cO p26





SHORT ANSWERS Yes,you are' N o ,y o u a re n ' t. Yes,we are' N o ,w e a re n ' t.

jl:y ::::,. I::' re n t. N o ,tn e y a

o We can also say: No, we're not. No, you're not. and I,{o, they're not.

Po s s e s s i v e b3 8 @p 2 a We use a name (Nich, etc.) or a noun for a person (sister,etc.) + 3 for the possessive. Fiona is Nich\ wife. It\ my sister's car. . 3 can mean is or the possessive: She'smy sister:(3 = is) Kevinis Nicle3 son. (b = possessive) o We can also use 3 with other nouns for people: It\ my teacher\ car: He\ the doctor\ son.Itb hisfriendl camera., etc. . For plural nouns, we write s': It\ my parents' house.He\ my friends' son.


ten p ten (pounds) ten euros (p = pence) fifty

ten dollars

Howmuch... ? 3ECl p26


How much is this watch?



much is it? i. How^*-^ **"^ ***' ,r "j/*

f,sf,l lna caf6

f H;;;;ii;;;) I thepens?


7op. )



3CO pzt


:€10i -'.-.r-y'


I hol n r r nr r 2

Yes,(twocappuccinos), ptease. Sure. Anything else? Yes,(acroissant), please. No,that'sa[t,thanks. Eatin or takeaway? Eatin,please. Takeaway,ptease. OK,that's (f 5.85),ptease.

Thankyouverymuch. Thanks a [ot. You'rewelcome.

Language Summary 4 Phrases withlike,have,live,


Things to buy*!101s+-J




Z-a=I t -'l L



iqrl'l r.ilt|i/-^Il,1l





ttl i ..!I


a magazrne



two children


a car





t-l E;tn -E r*




{ $lv Nl -t


a n8wspaper

ffi I

a birthday card

T &





il rutat--




a p8stcard


a box of ch6colates

TIP!oThe plural of boxisboxes. The singularof batteriesis abattery.


this,that,these,those(_r_c_ fig*[email protected]*$) there J


Freetimeactivities @3il


watchTV or DVDs

H go

TfPS!o This, that, these,thosego before be in senten ces: Thoseare nice. c This, that, these,thosego after be in quesrions: How much are these?

[email protected] oaysoftheweek(O-Oi99)

t4onday Tuesday mesday Wed ThursdayFndaySaturdaySunday

go out with friends

go to the .tr.."


Z^rtE IIH:FK -4iF--.z-

- !:...::!tai .:!!t.- - :!!,

eat o'ut


ptayt6nnis -!!!::!ili:!!!Ei!i:i:ii



reL - ttL- ^



TIP! r Saturday and Sunday = the weehend


go to c8ncerts

games - playcomp0ter

TIP! o We can say I watch TV alot., etc.


Timewords ' 4D6 fi6 t

60seconds=l minute 60minutes=1hour 24hours= 1 day Tdays=1week 365days=1year 12months=1year

TIPS!r 30 minutes = half an hour r 15 minutes = quarter of an hour . 18 months = ayear and a half o We say two and ahalf years not t+te+eers-aaA+lna#.

Language Summary 4 Simple(1,you,we,theyl: iiTjfBPresent positive andnegative [email protected] p3t


In a shop 4c(l ots




Excuse,me. Doyouhaveany(maps

I work for a car company.



Youstudy Engtish. We live in a very nice flat.

Howmuchis (thismap)?

Theytike footba[[.


' r The Present Simple positive is the same lor l. you, we and they. (-) NECATTVE don't have I You don't We


They don't

a new car, (don't = do not)

Howmuchare(thesepostcards)? (50p)each. They're CanI have(thatboxof chocolates), please?

study Cerman.

Sure. Anything else?


a daughter.



'' t o The Present Simple negative is the same for I, you, we and they.

,ill*11, Present Simple(1,you,we,theyli questions andshortanswers [email protected] g2 (?) wH- QUESTTONS do you Where


What music do


[ike? :





What food




Yes, this(birthday card), please. No,that'sat[,thank.

OK,that's(f 10.65).


Thanks a [ot. Thanks verymuch.

;tTf Telling thetime [email protected]@ psa

in the UK? six o'c[6ck/ six

A 6'li)






five pastsix

ten pastsix



in your freetime?

o Present Simple questions are the same for I, you, we and they. o We can say What do you do? to ask about a person'sjob: nWhat do you do? e I'm a doctor


twenty pastsix twenty-five past



quarterpastsix/ six fifte'en


tl s'{ Y.t *:r-tnz

half pastsix / sixthirty

twenty-five to s8ven

[email protected]\ (g>:$)





Do I know you?

Yes'You do' N o ,y o u d o n ' t.

twenty to s8ven quarterto s6ven/ six fortv-f?rve

Do you like London?

Yes'I do' N o , I d o n ' t.

i i;'1'' o We can say quarter past / to . . . or a quarl(rpast/ to ... . . We can also say the time like this: stxtwenty,sa J|fu-five, etc.

Do we have a classtodav? '

Yes'You do , No,you c,ont.

. UK five past srx = US t'ive after stx

Do you go to concerts?

Yes'we do' N o ,w e d o n ' t.

DotheylikeMexican food?

I::'ll:l 1::,. o n ' t. N o ,th e y d

. We don't use lihe. have. etc. in short answers: a Do you lihe London? e Yes,I do. notXes;+*e or kgf4el+he.

ten to s6ven

aboutthetime +oO pso m,tll.f;lTalking What time is it, please?) -1,,- ---*--'

It'stwenty It's at half pasteight.

r o We can say What time is if ? or What\ the time?.

r We use at for times:My classis at t'ouro'cloch. . ?.m.= 0.00-12.00.D.rn.= 12.00-24.00

Language Summary 5

MM @l 0ailyroutines 5AO p38



Foodanddrink(3) 5cO pa2

rl_ {Dg€W#2

get ip

have bre'akfast



chicken salad

leave h8me

fruit salad

-e$ startwSrk




a bottle of sparkling mineraIwater

@ get h6me


go to b6d

wilhon,in,at [@ Timephrases 58 O paO

mushroom apple pie and pizza cream

n e = chocolate icecream


a Coke

strawberry icecream

vanilla ice cream

a bottleof stitl mineraI water

- &, t r } . : an orangejuice




a coffee

--^,; tr-'/ a tea

Frequency adverbs withevery sDOO andphrases






not usua[lv


ffiI Sunday

burger and chips




vegetable lasagne

the morning

Monday i the afternoon Tuesday morning

the evening

Friday afternoon

the week


PHRASES WITHEYERY * We can use6)ery + time word'. everyday,everyweeh,everymonth, nery year, etc. TIPS!o We say every day r'ot @, everyweehnot ereryM, . We can also say everymorning,everyat'temoon,everyevening, everynight, nery Monday,everyFnday evening,everysrxweehs, everyJouryears,etc.



Saturday gvgning_



aclverbs go after be: I'm chvnys tired on Sundays.

It's ,rot usualfl' very busy. r F-reqtrencyadverbs go before other verbs: I neytr have breahfast. I don'l usuctlly go out. 'a Phrascs with evell, are usually at the end of the sentence: I worh enerl' Scrturdal'.I play t'ootballever1,Sunday morning

TfPS!o We say in the morning / afternoon/ evening,but at [email protected]+. . midday = 12.00, midnight= 24.00

TIP! o We can say I'm always tired on Sunday. or I'm always tired on Sundavs.

Language Summary 5 Present Simple(he,she,rt):positive andnegative [email protected] o3e

@tr|InarestaurdntI EGOp+s WAITER


(+) POSITIVE In positive sentenceswith he, she and it we add -s or -es to the verb: She startsworh qt nine o'cloc'l<. He watchesTV in the evening.It finishes at midnight.

spe[[ing rule mostverbs: add-s verbsendingin -ch or -sh'. add-es verbsending in consonant +y: y -r'es the verbsgo anddo:add-es the verbhaveis irregular

examples likes leavesworks gets sleeps watchesteachesfinishes studies

Are you re'adyto 6rder?


Whit woutdyou tike to drink?

goes does has .

(A C6ke)for m6,ple'ase. Andcanwe hive (a b6ttteof mineralwiter)a

''. -.1" )urr or sParKilngr


Y6s.CanI hive (the chickensitad),pte'ase? AndcanI hive (the vEgetable tasEgne)?


(doesn't = doesnot)


a car.

She d o e s n' t

t ik e

m o rn i n g s .

She doesn't


TV after dinner.





o The negative is the same for he, she and it: He doesn't have a car. lt doesn'tstart today.

Present Simple(he,she,rT):questions andshort answers [email protected] oa1

ple'ase. SpSrkting, oR.rninksv6rymirch.

Woutdyou tikea dessErt?

N6t for m6,th8nks. preJ rorme. ( IneaPpre ple'ase. And(twd c6ffees), a

t- t








Nadine ' work



s he






s he

W ha t ti me



get up





at the weekend?

Exciseme.Canwe hive


in the week?

rne D | l r,P teasei


in Manchester?


Of c6urse.

in her freetime? on Sunday?

r PresentSimple questions are the same for he, she and it. (?) YESI NO QUESTTONS


Does he know Nadine,

Yes'he does' N o , h e d o e s n ' t.

Does shelike Manchester?

Yes'she does' . N o ,s h ed o e s nt.

Does lt start at z.3o?

Yes,it does' N o , i t d o e s n ' t.

We use does in questions with he, she and it. We use do in questions with I, you, we and they. . We sayDoessheworh athome? [email protected] e We don't use lihe, haye, etc. in short answers:a,Doeshe lihe yesJfte+kes. or kxheAeeshhe. fish? e Yes,he does. not




'4 . tnanK sa tot.


. do


TIP!o We can use the or a when we order Can I havethe / a chichensalad,please?

Language Summary Ci ina townorcity(1) ffil Places

6AO p46


* fr iffi

ffireffi| a park

:ll ll ll



a stition

ffi a the'atre

fr,Ir Fl | ,'ii.,,,-' |

:L- ?^:'


a ufitaing


a nver

1 2 3 4 s 6 7 g

amap a purse a cimera keys a tSptop a pissport

a gu'idebook a wittet 9 an l bcard to a crEditcard 11 m6ney



in yourbag(2) [email protected] o5o trB Things


an airport

f,lfi [email protected] p5z

R: l.flir.#

$ffi a bis station

a museum

a sh6pping centre

TlPl o a stdtion= a train station


Places in a townor city(2) 68O pas

rynw a chEmist's

a road

1 a shirt 2 a tie 3 asui t

a cishpoint/ an ATM

a bis stop

a sipermarket

10 jeans 4 tro'users 7 boots 5 a jimper e a jScket 11 tra'in.rt 9 ai -shi rt 12 adress 6 aski rt

13 a coat '14 shoes

Tf PS!o We can say a pair of trousers/ jeans / shoes/ trainers / boots. c Clothes lkleu6zlis always plural: Your clothesare over there.

[email protected] Golours 6DO psz

ffiffi a square

a mirket


rajJo; bluc brown IQd pilu]tilr gfecn gJ€y 'lJ))!t

TfP! r We useWhat colour\ / are ... ? to ask about colours What colout's Wayne\ tie? What colour are Lisa\ shoes?

Language Summary 6 lfifil favourite [email protected]

At thetouristinformation centrer [email protected] psr


. favounte = the thing or person we like best.




uooomorntng. ^a

My favourite colour is pink.

Hett6. CanI h6tpyou?

This is my favourite jacket.

Yes, Ptease.

These are my favourite boots.

Dovouhive a (m5oof ttrecity c6ntre)?

Whats your favourite colour? Whos your favourite actor? TIP! o We use Who to ask about a person: I Whob your JavouriteactorT e Brad Pitt.

YEs, of co'urse. HEreyou dre.

Thinkyou.H6wmich is it?

It's(a po'und).

Wh6nisthe(R6man BithsMusEum)6pen?

It's6oenfrom(nine)a.m.ro l,

(flve, p.m.

ls it ct6sed on (M6ndays)?



a some,a lot of; thereis I thereare:positive

[email protected] o4t

Wh€re's the (Th6rmae BethsP;)?


It'sin (H6tBEthStre'et). Canvoush6wmeon

Art t t


#a\ | ll -",^ I


f\Wl/ ffimmIIJIW *,rtfl;i h*

There'sa personin the park.

Therearesome people in the park.

#4t lfiMM{ There are a lot of people in the park.


YEs, of co'urse. HEreit is. lt's abo'ut(five)minutesawly.


yesI no ffi thereis I thereare:negatiue, questions andshortanswers; any [email protected] pae

; We usea or an with singularnouns:a person, an aitport, etc. ',..We use someanda lot of with plural nouns: some museums, alot of restaurants, etc.

Thereisn't a stationnearhere. Therearen't any good restaurants nearhere.

' r We can say a lot of or lotsof: Therearelots of people in theparh.

rsthere abank?

THERE lS I THERE ARE: POSITIVE singular There'sa bignewshopping centre.(there's= thereis) There'san airoortin Bristol. plural Thereare fivetheatres. Therearesomeveryniceparks. Therearea lot of otdbuitdings. :, . We write thereare r'ot kerd+e.


YEsI No QUElrloN.s(?)

Are thereany shops?

. sHoRTAN":W!.R.S.

, L"jlili| li;, Yes'thereare' ' No, there aren't.

. ,1" . We say Yes,there is. notX+s;ihe+&. ANY .: We use any in negatives and questions with there are: There aren't any good restaurantsnear here. Are there any shopsT ;i' r We use somein positive sentenceswith thereare'. There are some velJ nice restaurantsin the centre.

Language Summary 7 fflll Thingsyoulikeanddon'tlike 7^O ps4

Er Snimats


&?l 46;1;1;[email protected] 056


A&ffi ride a bike

classicat misic


-,i?:#'9..:$ speakGErman

watchingsporton Ti


playthe piino

I ft7lr

shopping for ct6thes

{ playtheguitir 'd : oPeras soaP


-flPS!r We say play bashetball/ football / tennis but play the piano / the guitar. . . abi he = abi cycl e


'IlPS! r IJK t'ilm = llS: m6vie ..1

. -t1V = te Le vlsnn

llpl love,like,hate 7A€, ps4



of place 7t Q osl [email protected] Prepositions

I love ...

I tike ...

I don't like ...

I hate ...

After lihe, loye and hate we can use a nonn or verb+ing. I l o ve ir nir nal: ' . I like soap ()p{r'as.


The caf6 is on the [eft.


The caf6 is on the right.


I don't like dancing. I hate shopping for clothes.


z v

SPELLING OFVERB+/NG FORMS Most verbs: visit *

visitircg,watch 4 watching,

The caf6 is in King Street.

The caf6 is opposite the bank.

fly ) Jlying,etc. Verbs ending in -e'.dance 4 dancing (not daneahg;), etc. , Verbs ending in consonant + vowel + consonant: shop ) shopping (not shepireg),etc. TIP! o We don't use the when we talk about things we like or don't like in general:Ilove dogs.(= all dogs), I don'tlihe sport. (= all sport).

fi The caf6 is next to the bank.

E The caf6 is near the bank

I lPi r We can say in King Street or on King Street.

Language Summary 7 Objectpronouns 7AO p55

.,. can:positiveandnegative [email protected] pso

Look at these sentences.Notice the word order. Subject pronouns go before the verb. r)b.icc{ lnr'()n.uur!go after the verb.

subject verb tove ha tes


subject f,ronouns

Can and can't are the same for I, you, he, she,it, we and they.




S he






t h {'na.,


you (\(.

i 'l l r'


We use can or can't to talk about ability.






' ' .,1

' littr



they tn em

the pi ano.


can' t

sw i m.


can' t


C hi nese.

rWe sometimes use (very) well with can: They can (rery) shi well. r We say Sheccnplay the piano. not [email protected]

doonline [email protected] p6o f,fi1Thingspeople


:,.,,c?fl= yesI noquestions andshortanswers 78 O p57

q send and receiveemails

buy concert or theatre tickets

listen to the radio

watch videosorTV programmes

View as: List




chat to friendsor family (Ent.rcit




Jul -,^.








C an you cook?

Yes,I can.

C an you pl ay the pi ano?

N o, I can' t.

C an he pl ay the gui tar?

Yes,he can.

C an shespeakC erman?

No, she can't.

C an they sw i m?

Yes,they can.

Can they play basketball?

No, they can't.

. We don't use do or doesin questions with can: Can you cooh? not Oeae*a+ eeeh2.

son byr Eest I



lTl!ilif Askingfor andgivingdirections [email protected] p5e ASKINGFORDIRECTIONS

buy andsellthings

oR Anpoft coc!)

To: -


I customisevie, ]



Excise me. Wh€re'sthe (mus€um)? Excirseme. Is therea (bink) ne'arh€re?


prererred Anvrme






Return (rnr.r cry oR @) WYW Toi Adg '

--. -







-a Cd alSng this ro'adand trirn l6ft. L(l\|s

pr ef er ed t uv bm e

(Joalongtnts roacland turn rrght. ^.



bookftightsor holidays


IIPS!e We say receiveemailsor getemails'.I get lots of

mnils everyday. o online= connectedto the Internet Do youchatto fiends online?










Thits (Pirk Stre'et). The (mus€um)is on the right, n€xt to the (the'atre). The (bink) is on the l6ft, 6ppositethe (stition). It's 6ver th€re,ne'arthe (cinema). ' r We can say on the right / left or onyour right / leJt.

Language Summary 8 @

(z) r.a1Q go3"-; Adiectives


[email protected] E3 long

.rLl.r E--Ei 7-Rftw'!7iffi1

interesting bdring


great t8rribte fantistic iwful amizing





fa A li'i!?.oi EElr a unhippy




Years andpasttimephrases

YEARS 1887= eighteeneighty-seven

2000= two thousand

1900= nineteenhundred

2009= two thousand andnine

1980= nineteen eighty


Jinuary F6bruary

May June

Juti August



2010= twentyten

two TfPS!o For the years2000-2009,we usually saytwo thousand, thousandand one, etc. . For the years 2010-2099, we usually saytwentyten,twentyeleven,etc. o We use in with years:in 1980,in 2009, etc.

TIPS!o We use capitalletterswith months. o We use in with months: inJanuary, inMav. etc. t't first

l6tt sixte'enth


17th sevente'enth

3,4 third


4th fourth

19th ninete'enth

5th fifth


6th sixth

21't twenty-first

7th sEventh


8th eighth

23'd twenty-third

9th ninth

24th twenty-fo'urth


25tt' twenty-fifth

1 1th el6venth

26th twenty-s?xth


27th twenty-s6venth

13ththirte'enth 28th twenty-"'ighth 14thfourte'enth 29th twenty-ninth 15thfifte'enth


3Oththirtieth 31st thirty-first





He was at homeyesterday afternoon.

Hewas in bedfour hoursago.

Sept6mber oct6ber NovEmber DecEmber


ErrlY -/lE hippy

Months anddatesi [email protected]@ pooI

He's at work now.

TfP5!e We use lastwith days(lastMonday)and months (lastJune). . We also saylast night,lastweeh,lastweehand,lastmonth,lastyear. r We sayyesterdaymorning,yesterdayaftemoonand yesterdaynming, but [email protected] ofourhoursdgo = four hours beforenow

Bignumbers'i.gg_O__qg_) 150 = a hundredand fifty 390 = three hundredand ninety 1,000= a thousand 16,200= sixteenthousand,two hundred 750,000 = sevenhundredand fifty thousand 1,000,000= a million 50,000,000= fifty million TIPS!e We don't use a plural -s with hundred, thousand or million'. three hundred not thrtehandrefu, etc. o We use and after hundred, but not after thousand: a hundred anil fifu , blut srxteenthousand,two hundred. r We can say ahundred or one hundred, a thousand or one thousand and a million or one million.

Language Summary I andnegative ffiffi pastSimpleot be=positive [email protected] p63



you were he / she/ it was


we were

i he / she/ it wasn't

((rrg M""dt)


What'sthe datetoday?

i _we weren't


they were



I they weren't

I was at the World Cup Final. We were near the Opera House. The stadium wasn't full. They weren't very huppy. ' : r The past of thereis / thereare is therewas / therewere'. There u,as abigpat'ty. There were someamazingfirrworhs.

PastSimpleof be:questions andshort answers;wasbornI wereborn [email protected] p65

When'syour birthday?

TIPS!r We say March the seyenthor the snenth of March. r We write MarchTth ot 7thMarch. o In the UK, 5/6/09 = 5,hJune 2009 (day / month / year). In the USA,5/6/09 = 6th May 2009 (month / dav /vear).


(?) wH- QUESTTONS When

What day is it today?

|-ry_1'l t (=_1ry9:_ "9!) *".*;f v9u I=;;;9-;9ii

I was


aboutdaysanddatesI ec6 p-oo f[EIf Talking

Makingsuggestions {Ec O poi.:


.-."*.-.,-..-'-t---..-...-it/fre/she/ittastweek? I you /we / they in Australia? i were

Where How many people i were *' " ----*l-;;.-* r,irt... Where t was

i at the wedding? i-;:;";^.;^; i Raieet'sbrother?

vEs /"N.o"aullllgl:J1-)_ j :_1gj[_1f":wEi: __ -

W as | /h e /s he/ it

i Ye s ,l/h e /s h e /i tw a s .

Were you / we / they at the wedding?

i Yes,you / we / they were. i No,you / we / they weren't.

Whetshattwedd (this €vening)? / YEs, thit's a gobdide'a. lX Miybe. X N6,I d6n'tthinks6.

Wh€reshattwe me'et?

atthew9d{!191_ i-\rl1fs t:f:_{llry::[l__

'' r We can also make questions with there was / :lrcre were'.Was there a party? Were there a lot of people? WASBORNI WERE BORN Wherewas Cita born? (Shewas born)in the UK.

Whenwereyou born? (l was born)in 1987. r We say I was born in Rome. not l$eme*ln&ewe.

Wh! d6n'twe (gdto the cinema)? LEt's(96to the the'atre).

L6t'sme'etat (the the'atre).

whit time shallweme'et? Abouts6veno'ct6ck.

Language Summary 9 TransporteAO p7o



At thestation [email protected] p7s E

a bus

a car

a cistomer

a ticketoffice

a ticket machine

a tixi

a train

a ptitform

a slnrgte

a retirn

TfP! o c single= a single ticket, aretut'n = a return ticket a m8torbike

a bike






a plane


a boat

TfPS!o UK at ax i = U S a c a b . We say I go / come/ travelblt car,bus,etc.'. I usually go to worh by car o We also say Iwalh to worh / school, etc. . goby plane = Jly, goby car = drive, go by bihe = cycle.

ttotiOay activities eB0 ptz


Match these phrases to pictures a)-k). go on h6liday takeph8tos go to the be'ach staywith fri'ends or fimily s I stayin a hot6l e I go s,'ightseeing z I go sw?mming e E go for a witk g Ir entacir 10 I travelaro'und '11 I hau"a goodtlme r z : +


TlPlo {Jf{' go onh6liday= US:go onvacdtion

words [email protected] Pta IEE Question WORD QUESTTON




a Person



a thi ng

What's that?


a ti me

Whendo you startwork?


a Ptace

Where doeshe [ive?


a reason

Why areyoutired?

How old


How old are thev?

How many

a numD er

How many peopleare there?

How much

an amountof monev

How much are thoseshoes?

TfPS!o We alsouseWhattime . .. ? to askabouta time: aWhat time doyou go to bed? e Athaff pasteleven. . We usually answerW . 7 questionswith Because ... '. a Why areyou tired? e BecnuseI got up at 5 a.m.




Language Summary 9 positive (regular PastSimple: andirregular verbs) [email protected] p71 RECULAR VERBS To make the Past Simple of regular verbs, we usually add -ed to the verb: wanteil, starteil, visited, etc. For regular verbs ending in -e (lihe, an'iye, etc.), we add -d to the verb: liheil. arriveil. etc.

PastSimple:negative eB(l p72 (:,d ' : = did . ct )

c,.;n' t


i n a hotel .

S he didn't


any other places.


di dn' t


sw i mmi ng.




on hotidaylastyear.

. We say I / you / he / she/ it / we / theydidn't ... . o The Past Simple negative of be is wasn'tor weren't(see G8.I ,

o The Past Simple ol travel is travelled. . The Past Simple of study is studied.

questions PastSimple: andshortanswers 98 @ p73

REGULA VR E RBISN UNI TS1 _ 1 0 arrive ask check cook finish hate hetp

tike listen live look love move ptay

practise receive rent repeat show start stay

turn use visit walk want watch work

IRREGULAR VERBS Many verbs in English are irregular. There are no spelling rules flor irregular verbs. IRREGULAR VERBSIN UNITS1-10

verb buy choose c o me do dri n k drive eat feel fi n d

ftv get give go have hear know leave ma ke meet

PastSimple bought chose came did dr ank drove ate fett found ftew got gave went had heard/hsrd/ Knew left m ade met



Put Put read/rirdi readiredl ride rode say said/sed/ see saw/scr/ se[[ sold seno sent sing sanS sleep slept speak spoke spend spent swim swam take took teach taughtitcrtl tell totd think thought/0crt/ understandunderstood wear wore write WTOIE

o The Past Simple of regular and irregular verbs ls the same for I, you, he, she, it, we and they. r Th e Pa s tS im ple olbe is w d s o r w e re (s e eG8 .i ).

wH- QUEST|ONS (?) Where did Who




How many photos did

Nancy 9.o she stay




to the beach?



on holiday?



D i d he go sw i mmi ng?

Y es,he di d. / N o, he d idn't .

D i d they vi ti l C hi nal astyear?

Y es,they di d./ N o,they didn't .

o We sal Did I / you / he / she/ it / we / they ... ? o We don't use did in questions with was and were (see GB.2). o Notice the difference between negatives and questions in the PresentSimple and Past Simple: PRESENT SIMPLE


I don't [ivein a f[at.

I didn't live in a flat.

He doesn't havea car.

H e di dn' t havea car.

Wheredo you work?

Wheredid you work?

Wheredoes she [ive?

Wheredid she [ive?

traintickets [email protected] pts fi qfil Buying CUSTOMER

retfirns)to (T1,v6 (LrverPoorJ, Ptease. (Tom6rrow 6vening).

TICKET SELLER WhEndo Vouwint to c6me a r


D A C K(

oR.ftr3t's(ninetv-thre'e po.unos rorry],Ptease. HereareyourIrcKets. a

Thinks. Whdttime's the ndxttra'in? Whichpt5tform? Wl.r6ttime.does it arrivein (Liverpoot)? Thinksa t6t.a!e.






There's 6neat (ninesevente'en). (six). PtStform At (tw6tve tw6nty-nine).

Language Summary 10' @[email protected]



. -/ school or university s t ar t ( anewjob l




have dinnerwith friends coffeewith friends a Party

do an ex8m

. / school or university leave ( \ your JoD I t t

* ? d o( a( c om put er)c o u rs e \ an exam


I t *.

Phrases wilhhave,watch,go,go t, (*



ffiH havea p8rty

watch TV the news sporton TV






go shopping swimming running

move <\ to another city or country I-{ i{

.J get

get mirried



l - married


go to the cinema the gym a Party





a houseor a flat - new )i o b look f or ( a(

ffi go to the glm


look for a new j6b


(3):[email protected] Adjectives

lllTinFuture [email protected] tonight tomorrow morning next week next month in December in 2025 TIPS! o We say tonight not th+s+|gh+. o We can say tomorrow morning, tomorrow afternoon, tomoffow evming and tomorrow night. r We use next in these phrases'. next weeh, next weehend, next month, next year. r We use in with months (in December)and years (in 2025). r We can also use next with months (nextJune) and days (next Monday). r We also use on with days (on Monday).

TIP! o We can say I'm excited, etc. or I feel excited, etc.

Language Summary 10 ffi}

fe goingfo: positiveandnegative toA€l pts

+ We use be going to + verb to talk about future plans. PoslTlVE (+)



He / Sh e


goingto , ' goingto

We /Yo u / T hey



. leave travel


m not



He / She


goingto . aren't going to


in London.




a computercourse. his / herjob. aroundthe UK.


We / You/ They

universitythis year.

'r r With the verb go we usually say: I'm goingto the cinema. not I'm going to go to the cinema.But both sentencesare correct.


,e goingtoi questionsandshortanswers [email protected] p80

wH- QUESTTONS (?) What am I Where , are you / we / they 's (is) he / she When







tomorrow? to Australia?



Are you goingto watch a film?

Yes,I am. N o , l ' m n o t.

ls he / shegoingto look for a job?

Yes,he / she is. N o , h e / s h ei s n' t.

Are you goingto se[[your flat?

Yes,we are. No,we aren't.

Are they going to have a party?

Yes,they are. No, they aren't.

h6tidayt jo'urney! oay: HSvea go'od week6ndl birthdayt timel


in (SeptEmber). in (tw6we'eks). n6xt(m6nth). on (M6nday).

Cobdtict withyour

exam. new loD. l..-, .o rngilsntest. nEw scho'o[.

Recording Scripts p Molina. r How do you spell that? P M-O-L-I-N-A. r Thank you, Pedro. Welcome to the class. r Thank you.

A sue Hello, my name's Sue. What's your name? vrnto Hello, I'm Mario. s Nice to meet you. tt You too.

I r,crr Hello. What's your first name, please? vlcol lt's Magda. x How do you spell that? m M-A-G-D-A. x Thanks. What's your surname? t"t lt'sJanowska. r And how do you spell that? M J-A-N-O-\M-S-K-A. K J-A-N-O-W-!K-A. Thank you, Magda. Welcome to the class. w Thankyou.

B ADAMHi, Meg. vrc Hi, Adam. How are you? I I'm fine, thanks. And you? v I'm OK, thanks.


What'syour homenumber? It's 020 7599 6320. 020 7599 6320. Yes,that'sright.



What'syour mobile number? It's 07655 421769. 07655421769. Yes,that'sright. Thanks.

c I s r e e

What'syour phonenumberin Madrid? lt's 00 34 9L 53267 53. 0 0 3491. . . ... 53267 53. OK. Thankyou.


ETD rvel Where are you from, Stefan?

first namet What'syour first name,please? surname; what's your surname? spell that , How do you spell that?

STEFAN I'm from Russia. And vou? e I'm from Turkey


Where Where iare you from? | I'm from Russia. I And yor you? I I'm from Turkey


za) Ed) +c)

ED r Her name's

Juliette Binoche. She'sfrom France. z His name's Daniel Craig. He's from the UK. r Her name's Nicole Kidman. She'sfrom Australia. + His name'sWill Smith. He's from the USA. 5 Her name's Pen€lope Cruz. She'sfrom Spain. o His name'sJackie Chan. He's from China.

1uv zyi ag j 9uq 10 vw

+b v sar 6ei

z bp

et d

rlre Hello. What's your first name, please? peono lt's Pedro. r

What's your surname?

xlre Hello. What's your first name, please? HA5ANlt's Hasan. r How do you spell that? u H-A-}A-N. r Thanks. And what's your surname? s Yousef. K OK. How do you spell that, please? H Y-O-U_S-E-E r Y-O-U-FE-E Thank you, Hasan. Welcome to the class. H Thank you.

I vlcol Excuseme. rrrr Yes, Magda? M What does'answer' mean? r I ask a question, you say the answer. M I'm sorry I don't understand. r OK. Question - What's your first name? Answer - It's Magda. u Oh, OK. I understand. Thankyou. 2 PEDRoExcuse me. rlrr Yes,Pedro? p What's'Lipiz' in English? x Pencil. p Can you repeat that, please? r Pencil. p Pencil. r Good.

3 KATEWhat's the answer to question 1? Pedro? peono I'm sorry I don't know. r Magda? urcor lt's Brazil. r That's right. Good. HAsANExcuse me. How do you spell 'Brazll'? K B-R-A-Z-I_L. H OK. Thankyou.

ANswERsl British a Chinese c Brazilian o American

I'm + I'm British. You're t You're a student. He's + He's Chinese. She'sr She'sBrazilian. It's t It's American.

I'm not + I'm not American. You aren't t You aren't a teacher. He isn't + He isnt from Beijing. She isn't + She isn't Australian. It isn't t It isn't a Mercedes.

AMYBen, do you want to see some photos .of my friends? srN Sure. A OK. This is a friend from Germany. g What's his name? I Karl. He's a doctor. e Oh, OK. I And, um, this is my friend Steve. He's a musician. B Is he American? A Yes,he is. He's from Washington. And, er, this is my friend Claire. B That's a nice photo. Where's she from? A She'sfrom France. But she's a teacher in London now. B Really? Hmm. She'sbeautiful. A Yes,she is - and she'smarried. B


A And this is my friend Daniela. She's from B A B A B A

Italy. Is she a musician? No, she isn't. She'san actress. Oh, OK. Is she married? Um, no, she'ssingle. Really? What's her phone number? Ben!

Mr + Mr Brown lMrs + Mrs King I Ms ; Ms King lMs + Ms RobertsI Miss + Miss Roberts

Recording Scripts A REcEprtoNtsr Good morning, Mr Brown. MRBRowNGood morning, Amanda. B MRBRowNGood afternoon, Mrs King. MRsKtNc Good afternoon.

c WAITER Good evening, sir. MRBRowNGood evening. D MRBRowNThank you very much. Good night. wArsn Good night, sir.

GE at bfl dot com + william dot brown at b f I dot com at yahoo dot com + frank moon one two three at yahoo dot com at webmail dot net t anna roberts at webmail dot net at hotmail dot co dot u k + katy dot king six at hotmail dot co dot u k

roruv Good morning. Welcome to the nine2five Employment Agency. My name's Tony. AMYNice to meet you. T You too. OK. First, one or two questions. What's your first name, please? A It3 Amy. r And what's your surname? n Foley. r OK, um, how do you spell that, please? A F-O-L_E-Y. r F-O-L-E-Y. Thanks. Are you married? I No, I'm single. r And what's your nationality? n l'm British. OK ... Right. What's your address? It's 9 Whedon Road, Manchester,Ml1 6JZ. T How do you spell Whedon'? A W-H-E-D-O-N. T So that's 9 Whedon Road, Manchester,

What's your first name, please? What's your surname? Are you married? What's your nationality? What's your address? What's your mobile number? What's your email address?

EE I woMAN I Good morning, Tony. rouv Good morning, Mrs Blake. w1 Oh is this your cat? r Yes,his name's Charlie. w1 How old is he? r He's thirteen. 2 MAN1 How old is your house, Tony? roNY lt's a hundred years old, I think. M1 Oh, right.

3 ronv And thisis Emily woMAN2 Hello, Emily. EMITY HeIIo. wz How old are you? e I'm nine. 4 MAN2 Is that your car? ToNYYes,it is. Mz How old is it? T It's twenty-one years old. Mz Wow!

) roNY Bonnie ... come here ... good girl. woMAN3 What a nice dog. How old is she? r She'sseven. Or forty-nine, in dog years!

firn z is aold 4ar e 5 I 'm


Mrr 6JZ. T



Yes, that's right. OK, thanks. Right, er, next question. What's your mobile number? It's 07866 642339. 0 7866. . . er... 642339. OK, thanks. And what's your email address? It's [email protected] So that's, er, [email protected] Yes, that's right. OK, thanks a lot. Right, um, what kind ofjob do you want?

1 2 I + 5 6

We aren't Italian, we're Spanish. You're a very good teacher. They're in a small hotel. He's a doctor and he isn't married. I'm an actor and she'sa musician. lt's a verv old citv.

t Nick is Fiona's husband. z Kevin is Nick's son. 3 Fiona is Kevin's mother. 4 Anne is Fiona's daughter. s Nick is Anne's father. 6 Anne is Kevin's sister. 7 Nick and Fiona are Kevin and Anne's parents.

@ MARvI'm Mary and this is Sid, my husband. I'm 65 and Sid is 64 - like the Beatles song! This is a photo of our daughter Fiona and her family. Fiona's a teacher at a big school in Manchester. She's43 now. or is it 44?

No, she's43. Her husbands name is \ick and he's a doctor. And I think hes a vengood father. And these are their two children - our grandchildren. This is Anne, our granddaughter. She's14, and she'sa ven good musician. And this is our grandson Kevin. He's 11 - oh no, he's 12 nor*-.lts a very nice photo, I think.

filn ANswERs zb) ge) +c) sa) ed)

@ a) seventeen pounds b) seventy p c) a hundred dollars d) twenty-one euros e) thirty-five cents f) twenty-one dollars fifty d three euros seventy-five h) seven pounds sixty

I A Excuse me. How much is this watch? B It's twenty-five pounds. 2 I This is very nice. How much is it? a lt's sixty-four dollars.

3 A How much are the pens? a They're seventy p. I OK. Two, please. 4 I These bags are beautiful. How much are they? e They're forty-eight pounds fifty. I OK, thank you.

) a B I e r

They're nice. Yes,but they're very expensive. How much are they? They're ninety-five euros. Oh ...

f'Fltl a coffee I a cappuccino I an espressoI a tea I a mineral water I a Coke I an orange juice I a croissant I an egg sandwich I a cheeseand tomato sandwich

I AsslsTANT Can I help you? cusToMER 1 Yes,two cappuccinos,please. A Sure. Anything else? cl Yes.A croissant,please. A Eat in or take away? ct Eat in, please. n OK, that's ... five pounds eighty-five, please. ct Thankyouverymuch. a You're welcome.

RecordingScripts 2 AssrsrANr Hi, can I help you? cusroMER z Er, yes, an espressoand an egg sandwich, please. I Sure.Anything else? cz No, that'sall, thanks. l Eat in or take away? cz Take away,please. l OK, that's,um, three pounds seventy-five, please. cz Thanks a lot. n You'rewelcome.

Can I help you? Yes,two cappuccinos,please. Sure.Anything else? Yes,a croissant,please. No, that'sall, thanks. Eat in or take away? Eat in, please. Take away,please. OK, that'sf5.85, please. Thank you very much. Thanks a lot. You'rewelcome.

rtou What food and drink does my family like? Weli, my husband Nick and I like a lot of the same things. We love coffee,but we like it black, not white. And we drink a lot of tea - it's very good for you, they say.And food, well, we don't eat meat, but we eat a lot of fish. Our children, Anne and Kevin, well, they like eggs,and they eat a lot ofpasta. And they're children, so they love chocolate,of course!

ANswERs z live s have + don't have s don't live o work z study a like

this + this map i How much is this map? these + thesepostcardst How much are thesepostcards? that + that box of chocolates, How much is that box of chocolates? those + those batteries + How much are those batteries?

ANSWERS 2 tissues 3 f.5.45 +postcards s r wo 6f 1 0 . 6 5

Excuse me. Do you have any maps of London? Yes,they're over there. How much is this map? lr's f.4.75. How much are thesepostcards? They're 50p each. Can I have that box of chocolates,please? Sure.Anything else? Yes,this birthday card, please. No, that'sali, thanks. OK, thats f 10.65. Here you are. Thanks a lot. Thanks very much.

I woMAN Excuseme. Vltt Yes? w What time is it, please? v lt's twenty to three. w Thank you. 2 sruDENTFederico? rrornrco Yes? s What time is your English class? F It's at half past eight.

like, likes , play,plays'start, starts' finish, finishes have, has'study, studies love, loves i go, goes eat, eats watch, watches : drink, drinks read, reads

ToM Here you are, Carol. A cheesesandwich and a cappuccino. cARot Thanks a lot, Tom. Oh look, there's Nadine! r Whos Nadine? c She works in the mobile phone shop with me. Nadinel Hi! xaornr Hello, Caroll How are you? c I'm fine, thanks. Nadine, this is my brother Tom. n Nice to meet you, Tom. T You too. So, um, you work in the mobile phone shop with Caro-. ru Yes,that'sright. But I don't work in the week, only at the weekend. r What do you do in the week? ru I'm a student at the university.I study English and Italian. r Oh, OK. Where are you from? ru I'm from Germany. From Frankfurt. r And where do you live in Manchester? N I live near the university with two other students. c Do you like Manchester? N Yes,I do. The people are nice and there are a lot of things to do here. r What do you do in your free time? I I play tennis and, er, I go to the cinema a lot. And what about you, Tom? Are you a student? r No, I'm a waiter. I work in a restaurant called the New Moon. N Oh yes, I know it. Its in Cross Street,isn't r ti

3 1 Do you go to the cinema? z What food do you like? s Where do you go shopping? + Do you play computer games?

Where do you live? What music do you like? Do you go to concerts? Do you like Mexican food? Do you go to the cinema? What food do you like? Where do you go shopping? Do you play computer games? Yes,I do. No, I don't.

ANswERs aL4.75 a 50o c L6.95 D L3.59

ANNoUNcER And the time is now six o'ciock. Here is today'snews, read by Graham Robertson. 4 sopHtEGoodbye, Colin. coLlN Bye, Sophie.Seeyou at quarter to twelve tomorrow. s Yes,seeyou. 5 TEACHER OK, thats it. Thanks a lot. Seeyou on Wednesday at two thirty. sruDENrsOK. / Seeyou. / Bye. / Cheers./ Thank you.

ANs wERbs) 7 . 4 5 c ) B . l 5 d ) 9 . 0 0 e ) 1 2 . 4 5 f ) 5. 30 g ) 6 . 1 5 h ) 7 . 3 0

chicken salad vegetablelasagne. burger and chips, mushroom pizza apple pie and cream : fruit salad i chocolateice cream , strawberry ice cream , vanilla ice cream . a bottle of mineral water i still sparkling a Coke r an orangejuice I a coffee , a tea

Listening Test (seeTeacher'sBook)

ANSWERS 2 are 3 's 4 are 5 's 6 are 7's 8 are

SusANWell, here we are, Isabel. Come in. Welcome to my home. tsABEL Thanks, Susan.Oh, what a beautiful flat! s Thanks a lot. I Do you like living here?

RecordingScripts s Yes,I do. It's a nice road and the people are very friendly. I That's good. Are there any shops near here? s Yes,there are. In this road there's,um, a small supermarket,a chemist'sand a post office. t Is there a bank? s No, there isn't. But there'sa cashpoint at the post office. And there are a lot of banks in the centre of Bath, of course. t OK. Are we near the city centre? s Yes,it's only two miles from here. t Oh, right. And can I get to the centre by train? s No, there isn't a station near here, but, um, there are buses to the city centre every ten minutes. The bus stop'snear the post office. I Thats good to know. And what about placesto eat? s Well, there aren't any good restaurants near here, but, um, there are some very nice restaurantsin the centre. I Great! Maybe we can go out for dinner this evening.

' I;:jli"

a soodidea.Right,thisis your

TheresJan_exp8nsivemirke t. ar

r r


Tz Yes,please.Where'sthe Thermae Bath spa? A lt's in Hot Bath Street. Tz Car. you show me on this map? n Yes,o[ course.Here it is. It's about five mrnutes away. rz Thank you very much. a

1 ^a uooq mornrng. Hell6.CanI h8lpyou?

Ie s, p le a se . Do you hive a mip of the city cEntre? rt




r ta

Yes,or course.Hereyou are. | i , ? -.. w m r i c h i s i t ? -r. Thdnk y ou. Hd ar Its a pouncl. WhEn is the R6man Biths Mus€um 6pen? It's 6pen from nine a.m. to du" p.-. Is it clBsedon M8ndays? a rra I a ra r\o, Its open every Clay Wh€res the ThErmaeBith Spi? rts ln not batn 5treet. Can you sh6w me on this mip? rla







It's abo'utdue


-itrutes rnanK you very mucn. r




ANswERs z of : Here you are. 4 is it s lt's 6 afternoon z is a from 9 to 10Is it 11 day 12help tr Where's 14in 15map 16Here it is.

r€s.thEeis. \3. therJlsn't. .rre therJlny tticg 6ta caferl

LrsAMy favourite colour is pink and this is my favourite dress.I love this coat too, and theseshoes.I have about ... about thirty pairs of shoesat home, but I never wear trainers. I don't think they look ^^^l Suuu


:e s . t nere ar e .

\5. theriiren't. I sABEL Good morning. rssrsrANrHello. Can I help you? Yes,please.Do you have a map of the city centre? . \-es.of course.Here you are. Thank you. How much is it? r lts a pound. ,-lh. OK. Here you are. Thank you very much. 2 lisisrANTHello. Can I help you? -:iRtsr 1 Er, yes, piease.When is the Roman Baths Museum open? ' Ils open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. -- ls it closedon Mondays? r \.r. its open every day. -' Thanksa lot. 3 -:-ilsT 2 Good morning. tis s--ANrHello. Can I help you?

r Do you like -J6hnnyo8pp? s Gs, I l6ve him. 5 A Do you like so'ap6peras? B N3, I hite them. 6 r Do you like d6gsl e Y€s,but they ddn't tike m€t

t I can pliy the guitir. z You cin't co'ok. 3 He can pliy blsketball. + She cin't drive. s We cin't spe'akFr8nch. o They can sing very well.

MRsJoNEsHello, Maria. My name'sPatricia Jones.Nice to meet you. MARIA YOU tOO.


l nere are s o m e o t d n u l t d t n g s.

T h erJisn't an a-irport. There iren't any mus€ums. Is there a p6st 6ffice?



,r .

Ies, oI course. rlele lt IS.


I a Do you like dlncing? g *s, I l6veit. 2 A Do you like Mad6nna? e Y€s,I like her a I3t. 3 n Do you like shBppmgfor cl6thesl B N6, I hareir.

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rnro I usually wear jeans, a T-shirt and, um, these trainers. My clothes are usually blue or black, and I never wear brown. Oh, and this is my favourite jacket, this black one. It's about five years old and I love it! wAYNEI love shopping for clothes and I have about ten suits at home. I always wear a suit and tie for work, and, er, this is my favourite shirt, this blue one. But I never wearjeans. They don't look good on me. votlcn I usually wear a skirt for work, like today,and I love wearing jumpers when it's cold. And these are my favourite boots. I wear them all the time. But, um, but I never wear dresses.I don't like them.

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Amalia de la Bastida, Ecuador; Lucie Fischerovl, Czech Republic; Sausen Hassanbek,Libya;Jan Peter Isaksen,Mexico; Helen Paul, Germany; Johanna Stirling, UK; Wayne Tiotman, Turkey; Dawn Van den Berg, UK; l-awrence Wang, Taiwan; Sue Wason, Libya The author and publishers are grateful to the following contributors: pentacorbig: cover and text design and page make-up Hilary Luckcock: picture research,commissioned photography Tievor Clifford: photography Anne Rosenfeld: audio recordings The publishers are grateful to the following for permission to reproduce copyright photographs and material: Key: I = left, c = centre,r = right, t = top, b = bottom Alamy [email protected] for p14(D), /@KenWalsh for pl5(f), /@vario imagesGmbH & Co. KG for p15(4), /@varioimagesGmbH & Co. KG for pf 5(9), /@TetraImagesfor p17(1), /@Photogenixfor p23(l), @Melvyn Longhurst for p30, /@William Caram for p31, /@BlueMoon Stock for p63(bl), /@JonArnold ImagesLtd for p73(t), /@lan Pilbeam for p7,1(bl),/@naglestock.comfor p76(moon), /@The Print Collector for p76(Titanic), /@The London Art Archive for p76(Columbus), /@TS Corrigan for p76(Everest),/@Rubberballfor p9l(Daniel), /@Photogenix for p94(tl), /@Rubberballfor p97(Daniel); Bath Tourism Plus for p46 and47; Cheapflights.co.ukfor p60; [email protected]/For Picture for p9(1), /@PeterAndrews for p9(2), /@CamillaMorandi for 9(4), /@GeorgeTiedemannfor p15(2), /@Claro CorteslV/Reutersfor p15(3),

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