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ALWAYS LEARNING

K

PEARSON

STARTER

1

LESSON 3.3

Global

Vocabulary: prices How to ... ask for prices and pay for things Grammar: this. rhat. these. those Vocabulary: colours listening : in a shop

LESSON 1.1 Vocabulary: international words Speaking: meeting someone Ustening: greetings Pronunciiltion : lall Grammar: to be: I and you YoabulalY: numbers 0-10

4

Travel LESSON 4.1

lfSSOII L2

Vocabulary: places Vocabulary: adjectives of opin ion How to ... give an opinion Grammar: there is/are; some; a lot

Vocabulliry: countries How to.... ask where someone is from Grammar: (0 be: he. she and it ProourKUition: contractions Reading: personal details

(Po ..-.s)

of

LESSON 4.2

Vocabulary: nationalities Pronunciatio n: syllable stress Grammar: possessive adjectives: my, your, his and her

Vocabulary: prepositions of place Grammar: there isn't/aren't; is/are there ... ?; any How to ... ask where a place is Pronunciation : / 9 / and 10/ listening: dire ;"~;o:n~s~_ _ _ _ _ __

My life

LESSON 4.3

lfSSOII L3

(po

l£SSON 2.1 Yocabulary: family listening: exchanging information How 10_ introduce a friend Gl'ilmmar 1 : to be: you (pluraO. we and they Grammar 2 : possessive adjectives: our, your and their

Vocabulary: telling the time listening: what's the time? How to ... buy a train ticket Pronunciation: /Ol/ Reading: Three museums Review and consolidation 3- 4

LESSON 2.2

People

Vocabulary: personal objects Pronunciation: lrel and leI

LESSON 5.1

G ............ " DI D" and noun plurals

l£SSON 2.3 11-101

Pronunciation : saying numbers

How 10_ ask and talk about age Grammar: to be: review Re~ i ng: The Wallace family Review and consolidation 1-2

LESSON 5-2

LESSON 5.3 (PO""')

Vocabulary: places in town Grammar: possessive's: singular and plural Vocabulary: snacks and drinks

_ ' /0/

'\JocM twy: adjectives PI

'" 5

j;aIige. 5

laol

r: position of adjedives S hotel review

(Po ~s)

Vocabulary: verbs of routine Grammar: Present Simple: he. she and it Reading: My job Pronunciation: /s/. /z/ and /lz/

About town

How to- order food and drink

(po~

Vocabulary: adjectives of appearance Vocabulary: live, work. have and like Grammar: Present Simple: I and you Pronunciation : / u:/ and / ~I How to ... show interest listening: flight to New York

listening: what's in your bag?

Vocabulary: numbers

(P·30-3 1 )

Vocabulary: days of the week Vocabulary: verb collocations Grammar 1: Present Simple: you (pluraO. we and they Grammar 2: Wh- questions Pronunciation: do in Wh oquestions

8

I

(p.S6-91

At home

Grammar: have got

How to... ask about a past experience Pronunciation : l aul Vocabulary: more adjectives Grammar: How -+ ad jectives listening: job interview

Reading: I want to live in ...

Review and consolidation 7-8

LESSON 6.1

(p.~1

Vocabulary: rooms Vocabulary: furn iture

LESSON 6.2 ·

(p.

9

Vocabulary: doing housework How to •.. make simple requests Grammar: adverbs of frequency Pronunciation : ,"'/ a nd hi Reading: housework

LESSON 6.3

7

.1

Vocabula ry: money verbs Vocabulary: teenagers and money Grammar: Past Simple: regular verbs: positive Pronunciation: Past Simple ·ed endings

(p._31

LESSON 9.2 Vocabulary: money ad jectives Grammar: Past Simple: negatives and Questions Pronunciation: 1:);/ and /1:/ listening: Paul Gauguin

(p. 44- 45)

L£SSON9-3

Leisure

VocabtJlary: high numbors

LESSON .1

Grammar: Past Simple; irregular vt'rbs

Vocabulary: leisure activities Vocabulary: verbs of like and dislike How to ••• make suggestions Pronunciation: ' ail and lell Grammar: object pronouns

Reading: Internet ideas!

H ow t o _ talk about ques tionna;n! results

10

Vocabulary: life events Grammar: going to: positive Reading: celebrity interviews

Vocabulary: abilities Grammar: can/can't Pronunciation: can and can't Reading: Men and women

LESSON ].3

LfSSOH 10.2

(p._1

Vocabulary: months Vocabulary: ordinal numbers How to... write and say dates Grammar: in, at, on listening: make a date

Vocabulary: emotions Grammar: going to; negatives and questions How to ••• say goodbye Pronunciation : I gU] tal listening: the fisherman

LESSON 10.3

The past LESSON 8.1

Changes LESSON ....,

LESSON P

8

Money LESSON

How to ••. offer food and drink

Pronunciation: would you Grammar: like + ·jng; want + infinitive Vocabulary: technology Listening: visit ing someone Review and consolidation 5-6

(P. 58-"59)

(p. 52ci31

Vocabulary: saying years Vocabulary: jobs Grammar: Past Simple of to be; positive Pronunciation: /3:/ Reading: Four Famous Firsts

LESSON 8.2 Vocabulary: past time expressions Grammar: Past Simple of to be; negatives and questions How to... take part in a game

Grammar: why and because Pronunciation: sentence stress Vocabulary: presents How to._ give and receive gifts Review and consolidation 9-10

10· 72-7)1

Answer key

(p. 74-85)

1 Global Vocabulary I

international words

. . Match the words from the box with the photos.

bus chocolate computer doctor "aS5l'crt pizza restaurant taxi telephone television

Speaking

g

a Complete the dialogues with t he wo rds in the box. ( Welcome

too

My

I'm

Htee

name

Hi)

1 A: Hello. I'm Dave Reed. S: Hello. I'm Usha Kapoor, Nice to meet you. A: Nice to meet you, (1) _ _ __

2 A: Hi, Mona. B: (2) _ _ _ • Andre.

3 A; Hello. (J)

to Hotel Presidente.

B: Thank you. (4)

name is Claire Aston.

4 A; Hello. I'm Charles. What's your (s) B: (6)

passport

?

Taku.

A; Welcome to london Tours, Taku.

b

Match the pictures (A-D) wi th the dialogues in

exercise 2a.

Dialogue ~

Dialogue _

m _~v

Dialogue _

Dialogue _

Listening

Vocabulary I

BII 0o,

~

1

listen and complete the dialogues.

a

numbers 0-10

Write the numbers in the correct order.

A: Hello. 8: Hi. A: I'm Edward. What's your name?

Jane.

B: (1)

"'rea

seven

A: Nice to meet you.

B, (2) _ _ _ _ _ _ __

B, (J) _ _ __

zero

A: What's your name?

B: (4) 3

Rosa l ane.



nine

A, (s) _ _

B: A: B: A,

five

ten

2 A: Hello. Welcome to Hotelldris.

Hello. (6) ? I'm Sergio. (7) _ _ _ _ _ _ __

one

two

s~x

Sergio. (8) ___ Selina. B: Nice to meet you, too, Selina.

four

Pronunciation I /ai /

eight

m oO) listen and underline the /al/ sounds in the dialogue.

A: Hi.

M~

name's Don. What's your name?

B: Hello, Don. I'm Judy.

zero. one, b

Complete the crossword .

A: Nice to meet you, Judy.

8: Nice to meet you too, Don.

Across

-+

Down

b 10

Grammar I to be: I and you •

d

f S h 6

A: Hello. My name's Pierre. What's your name?

; 3

B: I'm Julie.

j

• 4 g 7

9

Adam Gorski.

B: Welcome to Hotel Lux, Mr Gorski.

A: Thank you. B: (2) _ _ _ in room 8-1-8.

2 A: Hello,

2

C B

1

Complete the dialogues with I'm or you 're .

1 A: Hello. (1)



+

• b

0) ____ Clive Wells.

8: Nice to meet you, Clive. (4) _ _ _ _ Lori.

T c

W

d



0

A: Nice to meet you, too. Lori.

-

C. Fi nd four more mistakes in the dialogues and

g

-

correct them.

I

f

I--

I I

h

A: Hello. I Svetlana Rochev. I'm B: Hello, Ms Rochev. ...L 1

;

A: Good morning, Mr Na kamu ra. You in room 9·2-2. _

r--

B: Thank you._ 2

A: Hello. 1m Jin Chang._

3

A: I'm John Wilson. _

B: 1m Farah Coleman. B: Hello, Mr Wilson. Youre in room 1-0-2. _

i

I

I

V ocabulary I .. a

How to ... I ask whe re someone is from

(ountries

g

Correct the spelling. Brasil

Brazil

a

Put the words in the co rrect order to make a dialogu e.

, ,

Franse

A: from, you Ben ? Where are Where are _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

3

lermany

B: Poland.



Indie

Chine

A: in

S Italie 6 Japon 7 Mexica 8 Polan Rusia '0 Espain u the YK 12 the OSA

from

Where

I'm

Poland?

B: Warsaw.



b Write dialogues. Use the prompts. 1

Kana

I Japan I Tokyo

A: Where are vou {rom , Kana? 8' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ A, _ _ _ _ _ _ __

b Complete the puzzle to find the South American country.

8, _ 2

_

_

_

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Javier I Mexico I Mexico City A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 8, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

8 , -,-_ _ _ _ _ _ __ 3

l1ya f Russia f Moscow A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 8 , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ A, _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 8 , _ __

_ __

_ _- - - - - -

Grammar I to be, he, she and it

m s

, '"B ~ ,

• 3

A: Who 's he?

8

B: He's Sergio.

,-

,f--

f--

l-

f--

6

Write dialogues for each picture.

A: Where '5 he from ?

...""". ,

B: He 's from Spain.



7

A, _ _ _ _ __ 8' _ _ _ _ _A, _ _ _ _ __

A

8 , _ _ _ _-

Z

l-

I

f--

t

LL-

,

A' _ _ _ _ __ 8 ' _ _ _ _ _A, _ _ _ __ 8 ' _ _ _ _ _3 A' _ _ _ _ __

~

8 ' _ _ _ _ _A' _ _ _ _ __ 8, _ _ _ _ _-

m

Write two sentences for each picture. Use the prompts.

Reading _

(He/ Mexico) He isn't from Mexico. He's from Brazil.

Read the dialogue and complete the details about the three people.

(She/Spain) _ _ _ _ _ _ __

2

13

a

4



(He/ ltalv) _ _ _ _ _ _ __

(She/Russ;a) _ _ _ _ _ _ __ Receptionist: Hello. Welcome to Fortune Hotel Jane: (He/Tuckev) - - - - - - - -

Write dialogues. Use the prompts. car / BMW/ Mercedes A: Nice car! B: Thanks!

A: Is it a BMW?

it isn't. U's a Mercedes. compute rIa Deil/ an Apple

B: No, 1

A, _

_ _ __ _ _ _ _ ____

B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 2

telephone / a Nokia/ a Motorola

A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _

Thank you.

Receptionist: What's your name, please? Jane:

I'm Jane Jones. Now, where's my passport? Oh. here it is.

Receptionist; Thank you. You're in room six-one-four• Ms Jones. And what's your name?

Paul:

I'm Paul Earte.

Receptionist: Is this your passport. Mr Earle? Paul: Yes, it is. Receptionist; OK. You're in room eight-one-nine, Mr Earle. Paul:

OK, thank you.

Jane:

Hey. Paul, who's she?

Paul:

Who? Oh. she's candy Fox.

Jane:

Candy Fox? Is she a celebrity?

Paul:

Yes, she is. She's from the USA.

Jane:

New York?

Paul:

No. She's from los Angeles.

A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ____ 3

A, B, A, B,

television /a SonY/ a Panasonic

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Pronuncia tion I contractions

a

a

Name: _ _ _ _ __

Room : _ _ _ _ __

Name: _ _ _ _ __ Room: _ _ _ _ __

Rewrite the sentences using contractions.

I am from the UK and he is from the USA.

I'm from the UK and he's from the USA. Who is he and where is he from?

1

Name: _ _ _ _ __ 2

It is not from Italy. It is from Spain.

3

I am from Poland and you are from Germany.

b

004 listen and check. Then say the sentences.

From: _ _ _ _ __

Vocabulary I



nationalities

look at the profile. Complete the sentences about (armina .

. . (omplete the table with the nationality of the countries in the box.

......

China Germany India Italy Japan Mexico Poland Russia Spain the UK the USA

-ian/ an

-ish

-ese

Brazilian

Favourite food : KI.ng Pac chicken (from China) F8VOl.rite film: Feu WeddrIgs 8Ild a Funeral (from the UIq

Favourite singer. Lady Gaga (from the USA)

Favourite actor. Gael Garcia BemaI (from Mexico)

_

label the flags.

Favourite book: The Idiot by Dostoyevsky (from Russia)

Favourite fashion designer. Yamamoto Yo/li (from Japan) the Japanese flag

1 2

My name's (armina Moretti. I'm Italian.

My favourite food is Kung Paa chicken. It's

Chinese. ]

My favourite film _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

4

My favourite singer _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

5

My favourite actor _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

6

My favouri te book. _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __

7

My favourite fashion designer _ _ _ _ __

Pronunciation I syllable stress

GIl a

.05

listen to the word s from the bo~ and complete the table. All'lefiee"

German Mexican

, 2

3 4

5

.......

-

Brazilian Italian

Polish

Russian

0000 00

American,

000 00 000

India n,

British,

Chinese

Japanese Spanish

.

b listen agai n and say the words.

.

.

.

Grammar I

possessive adjectives: my,

your, his and her •

_

Look at the in formation and complete the text with I'm, my; you, your, he's, his, she's or her.

Complete the dialogues wi th m y, your, his or her. A: Is she Polish?

B: Yes, she is. A: What's her name?

B: Magda. 1

A: Is he Spanish? B: Yes, he is. A: What's __ name? B: Ra fael.

2

A: Are you Mexican?

B: No, I'm not. I'm from the USA. A: What's

B: 3

name?

name's Ross.

A: Who's she?

B: name's Tamsin Breit. A: Is she __ favourite singer? B; Yes, she is. 4

A; Who's he?

S, __ name's Trey Parker. He's American. A; Is he __ favourite actor? Titanic

B; No, he isn't.

a

fi lm: Favourite The Grear book; Gatsby

Correct the mistakes. It's a my car.

It's mv car. 1

What's he's name? What's your name? Victor;

MY name's Victor. She's Alice and

2

His my favourite singer.

3

Who's hers favourite actor?

Where are (2) _ _ _ from ?

4

Wha t's you're favourite food?

Victor: (J) and

5

Her name Ibis.

What is (6)

6

Your British.

name is Thiago.

(1)

<5)

British, (4) _ _ _ American Brazilian. favourite fi lm?

Victor: (]) favourite film is Singing in the Rain with Gene Kelly. It's a classic American film. (8) favourite film is La Strada. It's a classic Italian film. (g) favourite is TItanic. Is TItanic American? What is her favourite book? Victor: (to) favourite book is The Great Gatsby by F Scott Fitzgerald. (11) _ _--: favourite is Animal Farm by George Orwell and (12) favourit e is The Alchemist by Paolo Coelho. Coelho is Brazilian.

Vocabulary I

Listening

fam ily

m

. . Match the opposites.

, ,

Female

moth"2\' sister

(

grandmother

5 wife aunt

• 7

the information on the cards.

1

grandfather

d boyfriend

Name: Stefania Gictc\ano

e father

Mem_it" Gold

f

MemtIeBhIp

brother

g uncle

girlfriend

Vocabulary I g

001 Cover the audioscript. Listen and complete

b husband

3 daughter



Male son

Number:

(11 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

the alphabet

a 006 listen to the letters. Match the vowel sounds of the letters (a-z) with the vowel sounds of the words (1-7).

abcdefghijklm nopqrstuvwxyz

7842 0293 3293 1738 Mr

(21 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _

, name /eo/ ---L.-,-, _

, she /i,/

Name: 131 _____ _

-.lL... ~ ----' ----' _ . ~ ~ _

Dale of birth: 1710311991

ten lei L-.L----'-'-' _ ._ • m¥ /,./ 3

...L _ 5

zero /..,/

....

---..~--.-~

..

AUOI OSCRIPT

,

A: Hello. What's your name, please? B: My name's Stefania Giordano. A: How do you spell Giordano, please.

-

• who --1L..~

7

10 number. 329428 29384102941128

are

/ u,/

__

/0'/

b Usten again and say the letters.

B: G·I·Q·R·D·A·N·O . A: And what's your membership number? B: tt'sA·l·7·9·6·S·C·K. A: OK. Thank you. How can I help?

,

A: OK, wha t's your name, please? B: [I'S Ian Evering. A: Can you spell that. please. B: Yes. Ian : I . A· N. And Evering: E . V· E· R . I . N . G. A: Thank you very much.

3 A: What's your name, please? B: l eslie Knight. A: Can you spellihal, please? B: Yes. l · E · 5 · l · I · E and Knight is K· N - I . G . H . T. A: Thank you.

How to .. . I introdu ce a friend

m

Grammar 2 I

Put the words in the correct order to make dialogues. 1

A: is

Jon.

this

Alan ,

Alan, this B: you,

c: 2

meet

meet

Jon.

too,

Nice

Elif,

A: is Rani. Elif, B: to you,

Rani.

C: too,

Elif.

to

Grammar

1

to

Nice

Alan.

to

you

this meet meet

you,

I to b., you (plural), we and they



Circle the correct word. My name is Kelly and his name is Larry.~Our from Liverpool. t

They',e/Theirdaughter is lucy.

2

Richard and Julia are British. Th ey're/ Their my friends.

3

Hello, Mr and Mrs Smith. Where is you're/ your daughter? Hello, Mr and Mrs Brown. You're/ Your in room twenty·one.

4

Nice Nice

m

possessive adjectives: our, your and their

s

We're/Our car is very old.

6

What's they're/their email address?

7

Julian is a Singer but we're / our actors.

C. Complete the email withwe.re.you.re.they.re. our,

your or

their.

Rewrite the dialogues with the words in brackets. A: Is she married? (they)

B: Yes, she is.

A: Are they married? B:

Yes. thevore.

1

A:

He is Polish. (they)

B: Where is he from in Poland? A, _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 2

A: Am I late? (we) B: No, you aren't. A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ B' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

3 A: Where is she from? (they) B: She's from Brazil. A, _ _ _ _ _ _ __

_ _ __

B, _ _ _ _ _ ___- - 4 A: I'm not Spanish, I'm Italian (we). B: Are you from Rome?

A, _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ __ B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

a

Read the dialogues. Co rrect the mistakes. A: Where are Mum and Dad? L B: They in the garden with Aunt Sea. 're 1

A: Are Yanni and Petra married? B: No, they are. They're friends. _

2 A: Is you and your wife from Moscow? _ B: No, we aren't. Alina's from St Petersburg and I'm from Kazan. 3 A: Your friends are in the garden. _ B: They not my friends. They're Erica's friends. _ 4 A: Hello. Who is you? _ B: I'm Francesca and this is my husband. Tony. We're from Canada.

Hi Mum and Dad , How are you? Sarah and I are fine. We're in Recife in Brazil. ( 1) hotel is great and (2) in room BBS! Belinda and Cipriano are in Recife too. They're (3) friends and (4 ) from Sao Paulo. The attachment is a photo of Belinda , Cipriano and Carl ita in ( 5) house in Sao Paulo . It's big ! Carlita is (6 ) daughter. She's beautiful.

l ove, Rebecca P.S Thanks for (7) _ _ _ email !

Vocabulary I

. . Complete the crossword -

,

,,----

..--

, I

r-

Pronuncia tion I /re/ and lei

personal objects

g

7[ A -

I

I

M E

,

I

r-

-

-

..

rrr-

I

" r-

r-

'-----

'-----

ACROSS

@

-

-

1"

A

~

b~g

fflen6

gr!ndpa Interngt t!xi umb r~lla

s~ven

, -

/re/

c~fe

(~mera p~n

le i

iO

I

"

-

-

1"

R

a 008 Listen to the words from the box and complete the table. Use the unde rl ined sound.

I

-

-

-

-

I

-

b listen again and say the words.

'-----

DOWN

Listening

Grammar I a/an and noun plurals _

• .09

Answer the question s with a/an.

Cover the audioscript. listen. What is in leo's bag? What is in Charlie's bag? Complete the lists.

leo two mobile ehones

, 2

What is it?

3

What is it?

Charlie

It's a key.

4 5 6 7 8

What is it?

AUDIOSCRIPT

What is it?

leo Int:

Hello. Sir, Oh, hello. What's you, nam .. ?

My name's leo.

What is it?



Int:

What's in your bag, leo?

Leo:

What's in my bag? Oh. er •.. well a mobile phone. No, no, two mobile phones •.. Two?

Int:

What is it?

Leo: Int : leo:

Write dialogues with the prompts. Use plural nou ns.

~~~~~-----r~------

Int:

Yes, one is my phone and one is a work phone. OK. And an umbrella, and a book. Oh, no. My book is at home. Urn ... a brush and ... er ... two apples. That's it! OK, great. Thank you very much.

Charlie Int: Hello, Madam. Charlie: Hello. Int:

What's your name?

Charlie: I'm Charlie. Int:

Woman: (purse) Are they purses? Man:

,

(camera) No. They aren' t eurses. They 're cameras.

Charlie: Yes. For my holiday. And ... a brush. No, Two brushes and my purse. That's it.

Woman: (television)

? Man: 2

(computer)

Woman: (mobile phone)

? Man: 3

(iPod)

Woman: (watch)

? Man:

(mobile phone)

What's in your bag, Charlie?

Charlie: Well ... my passport and ... a camera and three books. No. Not three books. Four books! Int: Four books!

Int:

OK. great. Thank you very much.

Vocabulary I •

How to ... I ask and talk about age

num bers 11-101

Match the numbers (1-10) with the numbers (a-j).

,

, b , d ,

fifty-one forty-eight

3 eleven

•5

sixteen

ninety-three

6

seventy-three

7

fifteen

8

sixty

9

m

Write the dialogues. Use the prompts

Jane/ 19 A: How old is she?

93

'5

B:

73 48

t

11

8, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

g 84

2

h 39 60

,. thirty-nine

Bob/ 52 A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

5'

eighty-four

She's nineteen.

,6

3

yOU / 21

A, _ _ _ _ _ __ __

_

8, _ _ _ _ _ __ __

_

Jenny and Tim/ll and 12 A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

g

S, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Write the next two numbers. twO

eight

four

thirty-two

4 you and your sister/3D A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

sixteen

sixty·four

eleven

twenty-two

2

ninety

eighty

3

sixteen

,.

forty-nine

thirty-three

seventy

fifteen

fourteen

_

8 , _ _ _ _ __

forty-fou r

sixty

Grammar I

thirteen

_

_ __

'0 b., review

Make the sentences negative. USe the prompts. A; I'm a teacher. (student)

fifty-six

5 twenty-seven 6

sUtteen

7

ninety

thirty-six

twenty-five

ten

sixty-three

eighty

seventy

thirty-six

forty-nine

_ _ _ __

2

A; We're fr()m the USA. (the UK) S, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

3

A; Paris is my favourite country. (city) 8 , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

twenty

0.0 listen and write the numbers you hear.

, b ,

I'm not a teacher. I'm a student A; It's a camera. (iPod) S, _ _ _ __

forty-five

Pronunciation I sayi ng num bers •

B; 1

4 A: He's my sister. (brother) S, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

-'L 5

A: You're fifteen. (fifty) S, _ _ __ _ _ _ __

d

6

,• • •

A: They're friends. (cousins) S, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

7

A: She·s an accountant. (engineer)

8 , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

_

a

a

b

Co mplete the dialogues. Use contract ions where possi ble.

t

Match the dialogues (1-3) wit h the pictures (A-().

A: Excuse me. B: Yes? A: Are you from this town? B: Yes, we (1) _ __

A: Oh, good. Where (2) B: It (3)

Hotel Panorama?

over there.

A: Thank you. 2 A: Hello, Madam. (4)

they your sons?

A: He's my son but the other boy B: How old (6) they? (j) A: No, they (8)

Cs) _ __

®D

they twelve?

. They (9)

ten.

B: Sorry, Madam. The film is for children over twelve

only.

3

A: Hello, Sir.

B: Hello. A: (to) _ _ _ they your bags?

B: Yes, they (11) _ __ A: What (12)

your room number, Sir?

B: It (13) room 311. A: OK. Thank you, Sir.

Rea ding

m

Complete the fam ily tree with the information about each person .

The Wallace family He's sam wallace. His sister is Marie. He~ forty-five

-,

Name;

Name

Age;

Age:

From:

years old. He's a

teacher. His wife is Monica. She's Patricia Wallace. Her son is Sam. She's sixty-eight years old. She's ttalian.

He'S Derek wallaCe. His wife is Patricia and his daughter is Marie. He'S sixtyfive years old. He'S American. She's Monica WallaCe. Her husband is Sam. She~ forty-four years old. She's

trom ffanCO· She's Marie WallaCe. He< ~ Sam. She~ \tIirly-eight years old.

Name: _ __

Name: _ _ __

Name: Sam

Age _ _ __

Age: 45.

Age: - - -

From:

Job: teacher

Job:

She's a ooetor. '!hey'" MalcOlm and Debbie WallaCe. '!hey'" _ years old. His favourite

Age: _ _ __

S!XJII is _ I and her favourite S!XJII

Favourite sport: _

is baS\
Name: _ _ __

Name: _ __ Age: - - -

""""""""'-

G r ammar I

to be

Possessive adjectives: my, y our, his, her, i ts, our, their

. : . Choose the correct word or contra ction.

He 1

, 're

You ____ my friend. b

b

isn't

2

A: Hello. What's

3

I'm Olivia and this is _ _ _ husband, Greg.

4

Charles and Eva are our friends. _ __ daughter is called Debbie.

c aren't

S The restaurant is called Homa. ____ food is Italian. 6

Julia and

7

My husband and I are in the Bergman Hotel. ____ room is number 4·S·9.

C

Comptete t he dialogues with the correct form of the verb to be. Use contractions where possible. t

Ie Hello. Where

are you from?

:2

. I (4)

from lorol.

Mr and

8 : No, he friend.

in the taxi. he your brother?

Ie (10)

btl

. He (12)

Is she (1) you / your

B: No, she isn't. She's (2) I/ my frien d, Ellie. A: How old is 0) she /h er? B: She's 24. (4) She/ Her brother is Max. A: Max Langley? B: Yes!

B: Are (7) they/ their?

B: Howald is Fitz?

A:

A:. Welcome to Hotel Franklin. Where (0) your bags?

3

Who's~her, in the photo. sister?

A: Yes. (8) They're/ Their surname is Banica. Fitz and Marin 8anica .

Ferdinand?

B: They (9)

A:

A: Yes, the y are. (6) They're/ Their brothers.

Ie Hello. (s) ..,-_ _ you Mr and Mrs

8 : No, WI! (6) -::-_ _ . We (]) Mrs Mitchell.

Choose the co rre ct word .

8: Are Fitz and Mari n in your class, too?

you from Madrid?

B, No, I C3l

m

mot her are in London.

A: Max is in (s) I'm /my English class.

8 : I (l,) _ _ _ _ trom Spain.

k (2)

name?

B: I'm Tara White.

3 Where _ _ _ they from? .m b is

_

name is Steven Jones. He's my cousin.

1

• c are • _ _ _ she? Who • • 's b 'm c 're they Polish? 5 b Is c Are • Am 6 What ____ your phone number? b 's 'fe • 'm a phone. It's an i Pod. tt 7 , aren't b isn't • 'm not 0 Sytvia and I married. , aren't 'm not b isn't • 9 Jenny is from the UK but I , aren 't b isn't • 'm not 'moot

Complete the sen tences with the correct possessive adjective. We're from Germany but our parents are from Russia.

, 'm 's Wo ____ sisters. We're cousins.

a 're

,

m

from Russia.

~

a 'm

my

A:. (13)

he from the USA?

8: No, he (1-4) (IS) Canada.

. His mother and father from the USA, but he's from

<9) He's/His 23 ·

alan and noun plura ls •

Complete each sentence with

g

cQmg:rQ

a, an or

nothing (-). Natalie is in

=India.

1

Madrid is _ __ great city.

2

He's my _ _ brother.

3

It's _ _ good film.

4

He's

actor.

S What's your _ _ email address? 6

Is 11 _ _ orange?

7

Where is my _ _ pen?

8

David is _ _ English.

9 She's _ _

t

b

_ pp l_

6

mbr

7

_ r _ ns _

are in Germany.

b _ s _ n _ ss

9

c_ m p_ t_ r

B: No. Two _ __

and a book.

A: Is this your camera?

c

rd

,

79

4

8

eighty· four

,m

"

7 57

are in my bag.

A: What's in your bag? A watch and a book?

Iia

a

5 6

2 A: Where's your brush?

B: No. My

k

'3 3 '3

A: Is she you r sist er?

B: My

t

4

84

B: No. My pens are in my bag. B: No. My

ck

3

,

A: Is this your pen?

4

p _ rs _

2

II!) Write the number in ful l.

of the word in bold.

3

1

singer.

C. Complete the dialogues with the plural form

1

Complete the words.

m

8

'5

9

30

Complete the sentences for Ellen.

are in my bag.

5 A: Where's my orange? B: Your _ _ _ are here.

Vocabulary •

Match

, 3 4

1- 10

foot

stu pass

"

5 dot 6 uni 8

"te le

9

po

7

' 0 choc

with a-j to make words.



elate

b

re

<

vision

d versity e lice f

g to< h

1

Robbie is my son. Oscar is my _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

2

Stefania is my _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __

3

Astrid is my

dent

'ad ball port

C. Circle the correct word.

4 Eva is my 5 James is my 6 Sonya is my 7 8

George is my

My mother's Italy/Italian.

9

Olivia is my

3

It's a Russia / Russian film.

'0 Frans is my

4

Kyo to is in Japan/Japanese.

My Spain~assport is in my bag. 1 2

Are you from the UK/British?

5 I'm China/Chinese. Are they France / French? 7 It's an USA /American car. 6

u

Per is my

Lena is my

Vocabulary I places in town

Grammar I

possessive's: sin gular and plu ral

. . Complete the puzzle. Find the hidden UK city.

_

IC I I

N

E

M

look at the table and write sentences.

A

,

3

5

I

• •

Luka

Sandra

parents

from Italy

from Brazil

children

daughter - 3

sons =

12

and 15

son - 5

I I

favourite food and drink

I

favourite food = sushi

favourite drink coffee

(sushO Luko's favourite food ;s sushi. (BraziO Sandra's parents ore (rom Brazil.

7 I

(from Italy) _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __

2

(coffee) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

3

(three and five) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

4

(twelve and fifteen) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

8 9 >0

a

Write questions and answers. Use the prompts. laura / favourite snack pizza A: What's Laura's favourite snack? B; It's pizzo. I

Grace/ parents

from Argentina

A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 2

Leo/ surname Webber

A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 3

Elif/ parents from Turkey

A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 4 Valentina/ best friend

Catalina

A, _ _ _ _ _ __ __ _ __ B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 5

Sem Ichildren three and five

A' _______________________ B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __



.

Put the apost ro phe in the correct place. My parents~ ho liday house is in Cape Cod. 1

What is your sisters favourite snack?

2

What is Vladimirs surname?

3

My childs favourite food,is cheese.

4

Her childrens favourite food is chocolate.

5

.a

Pronunciation I /D/ Which words contain the / 0/ sound?

, ,

That's my mothers favourite film.

Read the sentences. What is the meaning of's in each sentence? Write P (possessive 's) or I (is). Armando's my brother.

l

1

Bianca's brother is Claudio. _

2

Where is Keiko's bag? _

3 Johann's not here today. _ 4

«( whit>

b actor

c singer

a cake

b chocolate

c roll

b tea

e water e sugar

a cheese

b not

5 a ca fe 6 a Jane 7

a orange

b

011

b snack

,

b Jon

c James

b apple

c cheese

l arder food and drink

C. Com plete the dialogue. A, Can I help you? B, Yes. Can I (1)

Karla's my friend. _

7 Is Suzanne's surname Webb? _

please?

Vocabulary I snacks and drinks

a

l ook at the pictures. Complete t he receipts.

OJ a A Chicken sa ndWich

£2 .99

b A _ _ _ _ _ _ _ £1.49

c A sparkling _ _ _ _ _ £0.99

a A Tur kish

shop

listen and check.

How to .. .

Who is Hilda's friend? _

5 Jake's camera is great. _ 6

b name

3 a coffee 4



a prawn

a doctor

-_ _ _ (0.99

b A cheese _ _ _ _ _ _ E3. 99

c An orange _ _ _ _ _ £1 .20

a A prawn ______ $2 .89 b A piece of _ _ _ _ $1 .79

c A cup of ______ $1 .10

A. Eat in or take (2) B, A, B, A, B,

a cheese sandwich.

,

Eat in, please. Sure. Anything (J)

Yes. A coffee. W With milk and (5) Milk. please. (6)

?

, sugar.

Vocabulary I adjectives . . find eight more adjectives in the word square.

S

l

0

Y

N

C

Z

P

C

l

0

S

E

0

X

H

S

M

T

B

F

R

E

T

-..s

K

C

0

l

0

H

0

0

l

H

E

V

0

P

V

E

N

C

g

E

X

P

E

N

S

0

Y

B

A

0

U

P

W

N

F

R

U

P

S

M

A

l

l

G

W

G

0

G

0

0

0

y

3

cold

fast



nice

small

5

hot

b

Write the opposite of each answer in exercise

big

closed

a Choose the correct adjective for each photo.

slow

cold

,a. hoI

old - new

"ee

, 3

• 5

m 1

cheap

Complete the sentences with the words from the box,

dosed

big

fresh open

old

(old

nice

free

~

fa st

This mobile phone is only €9.99 . That's really cheap. 1

I'm sorry, this shop is closed now. We're _ __ again tomorrow morning.

2 My coffee isn't very hot. Is your co ffee _ __ too? 3 Frans is an _ _ _ friend from school. slow

"ee

-4

Myo id computer is really slow. How much is a

new, computer? 5 This car park isn't ____ ' It's $2 for one hour. 6

These cakes aren't

old. 7 A: Is your hotel room good? B: Yes, it's very _ __

. They're two days

Pronunciation I /ou/

m

a Underline the

!-au! sounds in these sentences.

Reading _

Read the text and answer the questions.

It's not Qpen. It's clQ.sed.

Hello. Is this Joe's hotel? 2 So, is this you r clothes shop? 3

Oh, no! My computer is so slow.

b 0 12 listen and check. Then say the sentences.

Grammar I •

position of adjectives

Put t he words in the (orrect orde r to make questions and sentences.

a new./computer/ The/ is

Hotel: Hotel Camilla City: london, UK Price band : C

Address: 22 Bassington Street. l ondon, W2 6EZ

The computer is new.

b (omputer./a/new/ lt's

It 's a new computer. t

a salad/ ls/ good?/your b good/a/ Is/ it/ salad?

2

a sandwiches / the /Are / fresh ? b fresh /Are / sandwiches?/ they

3

a is/ Her/ expensive. / phone b an/ phone. / lt's/ expensive

4 a nice/ apples./They/ are

b nice. / apples/ The/ are

a

Review My favourite hotel is m london. It's called HOlel camilla and it's on Bassington Street, near the centre of town. It's a small hotel - about ten rooms - but it isn't very expensive and it's very good. The white sheets in the rooms are from Italy, the flowers are fresh every day and the food and drmk in each room is free. The managers of Hotel Camilla are lUIS and hiS Wife. Camilia. l uis is Spanish and Camilla IS Bntlsh. The guests are from all over the world. Rooms are about ~ 80 for one night - that's cheap in london!

Correct the mistakes. Is he your boyfriend new? Is he your new boyfriend? 1

The shoe shop closed is.

2

This salad is nice really.

3 4 5 6 7

What is the name of the hotel?

It's called Hotel Camillo. 1

Where is it?

2

Is the hotel big?

3

Where are the sheets from ?

4

How much is the food and drink in the rooms?

5

Who are the managers of the hotel?

6

Which country are they from?

7

How much is a room at the hotel?

Can I have a piece big of chocolate cake? Small your sandwiches are. They expensive aren't. It's very nice deli. That's really expensive car.

Vocabulary I prices . . a (orred the mistakes.

How

g

(€u}o) That one euro ninety, please. 1

to .. . I ask for prices and pay for things

a Compiete the dialogues . t

A: How

That's one euro ninety. please.

B: (1)

(S2.4 5) That's two dollar forty-five. please .

A:

2

(Eo.50) That's fifty pence, please.

3

(£6.29) That's six euros twenty-nine. please.

B: A: 2 A: B:

much is that?

€tO.99. please. (2) you are. Thank you. (3) your change. Thank you. How much is that (4) ? (s) $2.20, please .

A: Can I (6)

by card?

"

(€3.60) That's three euro sixty cents, please.

B: Yes. Enter your PIN (]) • please. Here's your card and your receipt.

5

(So.991 That's ninety-nine dollars, please.

A: Thank you.

6

(€11.49) That's eleven forty-nine euros, please.

b Write a dialogue. Use the prompts.

7 (£0.80) That's eighty pounds. please.

b look at the pictures. Complete the sen tences.

A: (How/ that?) B, (£3-50)

How much is that? (,) _ _ _ _ __

A, (pay/ card?) B, (Sure/ PI N number) A, OK_ B, (card/ receipt) A, Thank you.

(2) _ _ _ _ _ _ 1

Grammar I _

ll) (4)

this, that, these, thase

Choose the correct sentence

o

Is this your mobile phone?

b

Is that your mobile phone?

c

Is those your mobile phone?

a

That's the gallery.

b

These is the gallery.

c

Those is the gallery.

a

Is this your shoes?

b

Are these your shoes?

c

Are those your shoes?

The COs are nine pounds eighty·nine. 1 The shoes _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 2

Thecamera _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

3

T~ bag

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

" The books _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 5 The mobile phone _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

'o,.,,-h picture.

m

Put the words in t he correct order to make sentences. are

These

nice.

Listening _

flowers

O'J

Cover t he audioscripts and listen. Complete the table for each dialogue.

These Dowers are nice.

1 t24. 2

bag

suitcase?

3 those

is

your

Are

4 closed 5 Clive.

That Is

This

my

is

are

Dialogue 3



7

t

price

2

S

cash / ca rd

,



6

9

shoes

today.

Dialogue 2

buy this

new?

shops

Dialogue 1

a black purse

These

brother, AUDIOSCRIPT

6

are

7

How

Those

expensive.

computer?

Vocabulary I _

much

chocolates that

is

B; Oh. OK. er ...

colours

k. They're really nice purses. B; Yes, er ... can I have a black purse?

Com plete the colours. br Q~ll

,

, 2

wh - - or - - - gr _ _ _

A; Can I help you? B; Yes. How much are those black purses? A; They're fou rteen Euros ninety-nine. And those white ones are twelve ninety·nine_

4

b



S bl - - -



ye _ _ _ _

7 r

A;

Certainty. That's fourteen ninely_ni_. ptease.

B: can I pay by card? A:. Sure. Just enter your PI N number here. Thank you. Here's your purse and your receipt_ Thank you_

B; Thanks very much. Bye. 2



Look at the flags. What are the correct colours? Italy

1

Spain

3

Poland

The Italian flag is green, white and red. 2

Argentina

A; How much are the apples? B; These green apples are one pound ninety-nine a kilo and those red apples are two pounds nine pence a kilo. A; Can I have two kilos of green apples, please? S; Certainly. It's a bit over. Is tha t OK? A; Yes, that's fine. S; That's four pounds twenty. please. A; Here you are. S; Thank you. And here's your change. A: Thanks. Sye.

,

A: Can I help you? S; Yes. How much is this black camera? A: That's eighty-nine dollars ninety-nine. S; Eighty·nine ninety· nine. Phew! That's expensive.

4

Germany

5

Brazil

A: This blue camera is only fifty·five dollars ninety-nine. It's really niee. S; Oh, yes. It·s nice. Can I pay by card? A; Of course. S; Great. OK. Can I have the blue camera, then?

Vocabulary I

places

. . a Add the missing letter to each word.

palac

oo/ace

,

,

9

lak maket mantain

'0

" b

*****

not bad/ nice

, ***,:,,:, OK/awful

S thetre 6 natonal park.

the se

a Circle the correct adjective.

, ****,:,

riv,

7 8

g

adjectives of opinion

Qantasi!Z1terrible

airpot galery 3 musum



Vocabulary I

3

**,:,,:,,:, not very good/ great

beeh

4

* ,:,,:,,:,,:, awful/not bad

b Complete the sentences with the words from

the box.

Match the pictures with the words from ( good

exercise la.

fantastic

OK

I16t very goad

terrible )

He's not vervqood.

, ----

-, ','

, ----

3 _ _ __

4 _ __

How to ... I

m

give an opinion

Put the words in the correct order to make sentences. islt hin k/ this/ beaulifu loilibeach I think this beach is beautiful. seal clean ./very I thin k/ don'l/is/ll the I don 't think the sea is very clean. 1 city./I/New York/greal/ think/ a / is 2

Ih ink/I I good.1 shops/those/ are/ don't/very

3

fri end./ Fra ncis/is/l hin k/ best/ l/ mV



Replace the words in bold with some or 0 lot of. There are over 12,000 McDonald's restaurants in the USA. 0 lot of There are three big museums in South Kensington, london. _ _ __ :2 There are over 250 castles in Scotland. _ _ __ 3 There are about 70 markets in Paffi. _ __ 4 There are six big rivets in Swiuerland. _ _ __ 5 There are t hree important fi lm studios in Moscow. _ _ _

C. Complete the text. Use there's or there ore and the prompts in brackets.

4 the /thi nk/ expen sive./ don't/ market/ i/ is/ very

Grammar I there is/are; some; a lot of •

Complete the sentences with there's or there are.

Brighto n is on ly one hour from London. There's a beach and (I) __ nice shops a nd cafes.

Canterbury Canterbury is in the south ~east of Engla nd. It's about [en kilometres from the sea. (2) _ _ a famous cathed ral and (3) _ _ a beautifu l ri\lcr - the Rivcr Stour.

Vancouver in Canada is a fantastic city. tt is number one on a list of best cities to live in. But is it a good city for

tourists? Write your comments below.

::"Jottingham ottingha m is in the centre of England. (4) _ _ good shops and restaurants and (5) _ _ a castle near the centre of town. (6) _ _ a lso a museum about Robin Hood.

Comments There are a lot of (a lot) gaAenes il downtown Vanc::ot..r.e". They are great for tourists. BiIy Coo, Los Angeles

(1) _

(some) nice museuns il 'Ianc:otNer. (2) _

(aj """""

museum and a marrtine rTJ.JSeUfll. ThB Musarn c:J V".:n::r:ve" IS York is about ninety kilometres from Manchester. II 's an old city and (7) _ _ streets fro m the 1400s. (8) _ _ also a lOp unive rsity, a river and a fa mo us cathed ralYork Minste r.

Bristol BriSlOl is in the west of England, (9) _ _ a beautiful bridge by lsambard Kingdom Brund - the C li fton Suspe nsion Bridge, (10) _ _ also great museums and galleries.

also great. Jenny Carlhy, Tcxooto The Shops il Vancouver are reaIy good. (3) (a. IcC) si~ 19 maJ~ and (4) _ (alsGfa k>t) small shops. (5) _ (some) shops on Main Street with things from local desigllElfS.

nee

AIlmet Wallace, NfM 'Itrt The restauants in V8nc:x::Jl.IIIe are great. (6) _ c-< Chi1ese resta...-ants and 1SO Japanese resuuants. Lee Yamamoto, ToI
'Oll

(7) (a) film festival n September - it's Ia astIC. (Bt (some) other arts festivals n VancouYer. They're reaIy good. D:L Yolanda Cerda, Madrid

Vocabulary I

Granunar I

prepositions of place

. . Find the prepositions of place from the box in the word square. i" fre"t ef under

near

next to

on

car park

G

B

u

R

F

5

N

E

X

T

T

D

U

F

X

u

N

l

o o

o

N

R

C

o

N

Z

A

H

D

o

p

p

o

5

T

E

N

M

p

T

Q

N

o

A

l

D

l ook at the shopping centre plan below. Complete the questions and answers.

opposite

A

,£. •

in



G

5

N

Y

R

E

A

R

U

H

K

D

G

M

B

y

w

E

K

bookshop

clo thes shop

<)

-

opposite

next to

near

cafe

LL .t

)

I •

,-f-::---' '0 , 0 :0 0 0 : ~p 0 0) , ,

chemist

restaurant

to car park

10 street

supermarket

cafe

bookshop

look at the pictu re . Complete the sentences with a preposition of place from the box. ( in fron t of

there isn't/aren't; is/are there ... ?; any

newsagenl

-J

under ) car park

(chemist)

A: Is there a chemist in this shopping centre? B: Yes, there is. (banks) A: Are there any banks in this shopping centre?

B: No, the re aren 't. t

(cine ma) A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 2

(shoe shops) A, _ _ _ __

B, _ _ __ 3

_ _ _ _ __

_ _ _ _ _ __

(bookshops)

A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ The man is

,

mthe cafe.

The cafe is

2

The bus stop is

3

The bookshop is



The bank is

S

The woman is

4

the bookshop. the cafe. the restaurant. the ca fe . the bookshop.

(car park) A, _ __

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

B, _ _ __

_ _ _ _ _ _ __

_

Write affirmative or negative sentences about the shopping centre in Exercise 3.

c 0 IS Say the sentences. Then listen, check and repeat.

There ' s a car park. (car park)

1

I think there's a theatre over there.

There aren' t any galleries. (galleries)

2

These cameras are cheap. They're thi rty·three per cent off.

3

My mother and brother are in that cafe over there.

, ,

• (restaurant)

3

· (shoe shops)

4

· (train station)

5

· (bookshops)

6

· (museum s)

7 8

· (clothes shop)

· (supermarket)

Listen ing _

0

It. listen and complete the questions below.

A: Is there

· (cinema)

a hotel near here?

B: Yes, there are two. There's a big hotel opposite

the train station and there's a very nice hotel next to the cinema on Venice Road.

How to ... I ask where a place is •

A; Great, thanks . 1 A: Excuse me. (1) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ,

Complete the dialogues with the correct word.

1

A: Excuse me, is there a supermarket (1) _ _

~

8 : Err ... no, there aren't.

here?

A: Oh no!

B: No, (2) _~_ isn't. :2

A:

6)

8 : Sorry.

me, is the Science Museum near

A:. Never mind,

here? 2

B: Yes. it (4) _ _ _ . It's opposite the train station. 3

B : Yf!S, thf!re is. Thf!rf!'s Onf! opposite the

supermarket.

A: (s) _ _ _ there any ca fes or restaurants near this holel?

A:. Great. Thank you.

B: Yes, there (6) _ _ _ . There are two restaurants on West Street.

3

<9) ___

there a toilet in this

B: No, sorry. (to) _~_ isn't.

B: You're welcome. A: Excuse me. () __________ , 8: Yes, there are. There's a cafe on Camival Street. next to the supermarket. And there's a restaurant oPPOsite the cinema.

A: Great. (7) you. B: You're (8) _ __ 4 A: Excuse me. station?

A: Excuse me. (2) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ,

A: Thank you!

a

listen again and complete the map below.

Pronunciation I /9 / and /0/

a

a

How is 'th' pronounced in the words below? Tick (w") the correct col umn.

train station

/9 / /0/ think this 1

that

2

three

3

mother

4

these

5

thirty

6

thank

7

there

8

theatre

9

those

10

brother

11

they

b 014

IZl 0 o IZl o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0 o 0

listen and check.

B

Venice Road

~

pi cinema

!

supermarket

"

.<



<

0

E~

I

shopping centre

Vocabulary I

telli ng the time

. . Write the time next to each clock.

ten 0' clock

quarter to five

•• •

g

5

,

,

3

6

7

8

look at the departure boards and write dialogues. Use the prompts.

Listening •

0 17 Cover the au dioscri pt. listen and write the times you hear.

£4.\:

, 3

4 A:. Excuse me. What 's the time, please? B: It's quarter post two.

k. And what time is the train to a , U 's ot rwenty-l1ve paSt two.

Piso Centrale ?

AUDIOSCRIPT A: Excuse me. What's the time, please? 8: Lei me see. Er ... it's quarter to six. A; That's great. Thank you.

1 A: Excuse me. What's the time. please? B: It's half three.

A: Thanks. B: You 're welcome.

2 A: Sally, what's the time? B: It's twenty to two.

's," ________________________ 's," _______________________

A: Twenty to two? Ok. Th anks.

3 A: Excuse me. What's the time, please? B: Er ... It's ten past len . A: Thank you.

B: You're welcome. 4 A: What's the time, Henry? B: It's twenty-five to eight.

A: Thanks.

's," _______________________ "'s, -----------------------________________________

Reading

How to ... I buy a train ticket

m

a Com plete the dialogue. One word is missing from each line of the dialogue.

~ Read about three museums and com~ete the table. name

National Railway Museu m

city

York

A: Can I a return to Liverpool Central Station,

please? Can I have a re turn to Liverpool Central

Money Museum

MUSOIIm of Bad Art (MOBAj

station. please? B: Is £13.50. please. (,)-- - - - - - - - -A: Here are. (2) _ _ _ _ _- - - - - -

cost

B: Thank. {J) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

.,.

A: What is the next train? (4) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ B: It at 10:35. (s) _ __

_ _ _ _ _ __

A: And wha t platform is on? _ _ _ _ _ __ (6) _ _ __

B: Is on platform one. (7) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

b Cover the dia logue in Exercise 4a. Write a new dialogue. Use the prompts. A: (single/Be rgamo station) Can f have a single to

Bergamo station, please?

s, (€5 .1O) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ A: (Here) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ S, (Thook) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ A: (next train?) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

s, (no) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ A: (platform?) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ B: (three) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Pronunciation I M •

opening times

a Underline the schwa / ;J/ sound in each word.

gal1,gry t

theatre

2

river

3

under opposite London station

4 5

6

b 0.8 Listen, check and repeat.

C. a

How many schwa l al sounds are in each sentence?

Th~ theatre is 0PPQsite th~ gall~ry. 1 Is there a big river in London? :2 What's the lime? Is it seven o'clock?

b Now say the sentences.

rn 0 0

there is /

Three museums The National Railway Museum in York. UK. is open from ten o'clock 10 six o'clock every day. It's five minutes walk from York slation. There are over 100 trains in the museum and there's a lot of art. The museum is very good for children and there1s a restaurant, a gift shop and a cafe. The museum is fTee, but the car park ts £9 per day. The Money Museum in Colorado Springs. USA., is open from half past ten to five o'clock. The museum is next to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Centre. There are coins and paper money from aU over the world. There is also an American dollar from 1804. The museum isn't very big, but there is a gift shop. It is $5 for adults. The Museum of Bad Art (MOM) in Dedham, near Boston, USA, is about twenty years old. It is in the basement of a theatre, next 10 Ihe toilet The museum is open from two o'dock to nine o'dock. There are over 400 pieces of bad art in the museum. Some of the art is really bad. There aren't any staff in the museum 0"5 very smalO and there isn't a cafe, bul there's a cafe upstairs in the Iheatre and Ihe museum is free.

Possessive's . . Write questions. Use the prompts. (What/ Kieran/ favourite film?)

There is/are

m there is/are.

Complete the dialogues with t he correct form of

What's Kieran's favourite film? (Who/ Fiona! 5i ster?) 2

(Where/ the girls / passports?)

3

(they/Oliver/ shoes?)

t

a small museum on Baker Street and (s) a big museum opposite the train station.

" (WhatlJenn ifer l email address?) 5

A: Good morning. Is there a bank near here? B: Yes, (1) . It's on Paisley Street. A: And (2)' _____ any museums near here? S. Yes, 0) ____ . (4) _ _ __

2 A: (6) _ _ _ _ _ any good restaurants near here?

(Where/ you r parents/ bags?)

S. Yes, (, ) _ _ _ _ . (8) _ __ _ a

6

good Japanese restaurant on Gatson Street and ~) two good Indian restaurants on Mile Road. A: Great. And (to) _____ a cashpoint in this hotel? B: No, (11) _ __ _ . Sorry.

(Who/ Harvey/ cousin?)

7 (you/leah/ brother?)

Position of adjectives _

3 A: Good afternoon. (ll) _ _ _ _ _ '"V supermarkets near here? S. No, ('3) _ _ __

Choose the correct sentence.

a My bike is very slow. ./

A: (14)

b My bike very slow is.

a Your iPod is small very. b Your iPod is very small. 2 iI Train tickets are really expensive.

B: Yes, (15) shop.

1

b Train tickets are expensive really. 3 a Is the restaurant good? b Is good the restaurant? "

a b 5 a b

Is it a shop new? Is it a new shop? Sorry. this shop dosed. Sorry. this shop is dosed.

this, that, these, those

m

Choose the correct word. ThoSi!~These is my brother. Who afe thor/these/those people OPPOSite the restaurant?

1

2 How much is thot/ these/ those hat? 3 Is this/lhose/ these your camera? .. That/ These/ This are my favourite shops. 5 Oh no! Where is this/that/those new book? 6 Can I have those /these/that white bag, please? 1 Are lhal/these/this shoes from Italy?

a deli near here? . It's next to the book

some/a lot of/any •

Read the dialogue. Choose the correct word or phrase. A: Are there some,[email protected]? B: Yes, there are. There are (t) some/any nice cafes on Broad Street. near the market, and there are (2) any/a lat orcafes in the centre of town. A: And what about restaurants? Are there (J) some/any good French restaurants near here? 8: There are (4) a lor of/any good Chinese restaurants near the centre, but there aren't (s) some/any French restaurants near here.

Vocabulary



next t%pposite/ in front of

5

on/ under/in

6

under/ oPPOsite/ on

U. Complete the dialogues with the words from t he box. bus stop expensive

(8shpei"1 fantastic

(old

cheese sandwich gallery purple

A: Excuse me. Is there a cashpoint near here? B: Yes, there is. There's one in the bank over there. 1

A: Those blue shoes are really cheap. S: Cheap? No, they're really (1) _ __

2 A: There's a new (2) _ _ _ on Park Street. B: Is it good?

g

A: Yes, it is. The art is really good.

Write the time.

3 A: Is that deli nice? B: Yes, it is. I think it's (3) _ __

11 12 1

"

4 A: Is your coffee hot?

It's quarter to four.

B: No, it isn't. It's (4) _ __

5 A: Can I help you?

B: Yes. Can I have a (s) and a cup of tea. please? 6 A: What colour is that umbrella? B, It's (6) _ __

, ,

7 A: Excuse me. Is there a (7l ____ near here? B: Yes, there is. It's in front of the chemist on Fenton Street 2

_

.

Match a price in A wi th a price in B. A

B

t

That's twelve fortY'nine, plea se.

2

That's twenty·two ninety·nine, please.

3

That's six nineteen, please.

4

That's two ninety·nine. please.

S That's sixty·two, ninety·nine. please. 6

That's sixteen euros, please.

7

That's twenty pound s ninety, please.

S That's Sixty cents, please.

a $2.99 b 604 c £16.00 d $22.99 e £20.90 £12-49 g £6.19 f

h

C. Choose the correct word for each picture. (§yin / in front of

,

3

..

..

... .

11 "

,,

I

,....,

1

~

..

11 12 1

..

1112,

'

• '•r, ,

.

£62.99 5

, , •

.

6

,, •

.

4 ', ,,

next to / in front of/ opposite

11 12 ,

,

3

near/ in / under

in/ on/ near

8

"

',7, ,

, •,"



\1 12 ,

i, •

,

,

Vocabulary I

Vocabulary I live, work, have and like

adjectives of appearance

g

. . a Find eight more adjectives of appearance in the word square.

F

V (V

0

U

A

E

N

V

0

F

A

R

DAN

C

X

EAR

W 0

A

T

T

R

RAG

N

G) 0

ACT

E

V

(omplete the dialogues with the words from the box. have HIte live in work for work in

l

B: Yes, I do. I love it.

E

VPGERT

1

A: Who do you

,

A: Do you

alone?

B: No, I don't.

U

G

l

V

B

VEL

l

B

5

H 0

R

T

R

E

l

5

A: Do you

o

F

M

T

N

N

B

K

6

A: Do you

7

A: Who do you

A

C

l

H

E

B

5

l

Z

E

H

0

M

T

0

A

?

B: A big Spanish company.

o 0

A

work as

A: Do you like New York?

, •

M

live with

an office?

A: Do you B: No, I don't.

any children? B: Yes, I do. I have a son and a daughter.

A: Do you

a small town?

B: Yes, I do.

H

a teacher?

B: No, I don't.

b label lhe pictures with opposite adjectives from Exercise la .

Grammar I

m

Present Simple, I and you

a Write sentences with' /ike / ' don't like. (©/cappuccino)

I /ike cappuccin o.

(Q/mus",ms) I don't like museums. 1 ( ©/ rock music)

,

.

,

a

,

.

b _ __

b __

b __

?

B: My husband and my children.

2

( @/football)

3

( ©/computers)

4

( @/Indian food)

5

( @/JamesBondfilms)

6

( Q/children)

live

b Write qu estions and answers. Use the ve rb s given.

Listening _

A: Do you /ike black co ffee? Oike) 1

B: Yes, I

do. A: _ _ _ _ _ with your parents? (live)

2:

A:

3

B: Yes, A, _ _ _ _ _ for a big company? (work)

4

B: No, A, _ _ _ _ _ in Mexico City? (live)

5

B: Yes, A, _ _ _ _ _ in a school? (work)

a

.2.

Cover the audioscript and listen. What job does each man do?

B:No, _ _ __ any brothers or sisters? (have)

B: Yes,

Pronunciation I /u:/ and /.u/

ma O., Listen to the words from the box and match them with the sound s. do doft!t eurQ go sf.!:!.dents those two

new who

oh so you

b listen again. Complete the conversation. AUDIOSCRIPT fA: Drink. Sir? larry: Yes. can I have an orange juice. ptease?

F.A.: And for you. Sir? John: Can I (1)

1

/ u:/ do, _ _• _ _• _ _. ~ _ _

2:

/30/ don 't, _ _ • _ _• _ _ • ~ _ _

b listen again and say the wo rd s.



a 020

listen to the sentences below. How many times do you hear / u:/ and / dOl?

/":/ />0/ Oh nQ! DQn't gQ there. 1

What is there to do in Vancouver?

2:

Those two new students are so nice.

[QJ @]

0 0 0 0

b Say the sentences.

How to ... I show interest

a

a

Choose the correct words to complete each dialogue.

A: I have two children.

B: Really? That's a shamei!l§j; 1 A: I live in a very sma ll house. B: Really? That's 2:

a shame/great!

A: I don't live with my parents. I live with my friend s.

B: Oh, I see/do.

b Write a response to each sentence. A: I don't like t his restaurant.

B: Really? That's a shame. 1

A: I don't work in los Angeles. I work in San Francisco. B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

2:

A: I like my new job. B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

a mineral water. please.

sparkling. And an orans.,. julc.,. for my

(,)---

larry: John : larry: John: larry: John: larry: John: larry: John: larry: John: larry:

Thanks. Thank you. First time in New York? (]) ? Is this your first time in New York? Oh. no. it isn't. I (4) a lot in New York. This is my wife, er ... she's asleep. (5) do you do? I'm an actor. I work in theatres in London. I see. What do you (6) , I work (7) a big bank. Its offices are in the UK and the USA. I travel a lot. Oh. 1see. Where do you live? I live in New York with my family. BUI a lot of the time I live in hotels ...

fA - Right Attendant

Vocabulary I

Grammar I

verbs of routine

. : . a Choose the correct nouns to complete the verb

g

phrases. (orne a work

, a 3



finish a bed get a work go a to bed have a a up

5

make



start

a shower a work walch 7 a home

Prese nt Sim ple: he, she and it

Wri te sen tences for the pictu res in Exercise lb .

She gets up at 10:10.

, b shower

~

d dinner

a

b TV

( home

d work

3 4 5

b up

( shower

d bed

b dinner

( work

d TV

b dinner

( home

d

b home

c dinner

b bed b TV

m

Make the posit ive sentences negative.

He likes chocolate. He doesn 't like ,hoeo/ate.

shower

1

William starts work early.

d TV

2

He watches TV with his daughter.

c home

d shower

3

Irene has a shower every day.

c up

d bed

4

Ricky makes dinner for his children.

b Match the pictures with phrases from Exercise la.

CD

rr.""~Y ,, ,

I~ r

getup

.

- I .

m

Read the text and answer t he questions.

Does Mrs Moody start work early? Yes. she does. 1 Does she have breakfast? 2

Does she have a coffee in the morning?

3

Does she go to the restaurant for lunch?

4 Does she finish work late? 5

Does she have any friends?

Mrs Moody - the workaholic

II

My manager Is called Mn Moody. She's a w orkaholic. She starts worIt at seven o'clock every morning. She doesn't have breakfast. She has a coffw at eleven o'clock and she has salad for Iundi. She doesn't go to the restaurant - she eats her salad It her desk. She finishes wort .. eight o'dock. She does"~ have

Reading

. . a Read texts 1-3. Match the texts with the photos A-C

GJ Claudia loves clothes. She works on Saturdays but she doesn't work on Sundays or Mondays. She doesn't work in an office. Claudia has two children. Claudia: '/ like my job. I start work at nine and finish ar five. I have time for my children in the evening ond on Sundays.' 8

ill Un loves sports. She starts work late and she works in

Pronunciation I 151, Izl and IIZI

a. a

0 n listen to the words from the box. How is the final s pronounced? Complete the table. doe5 lives

eats finishes gets starts watches

151

Izl

goes

likes

1>21

does

the evenings and at weekends. She doesn't work in a shop. She has a salad for lunch and pasta for dinner. She has a shower in the evening after work. Lin: 'I love my job. I don't start work early and that's great. I hate early mornings!' __

(I) Olivia works from Monday to Friday. She doesn't work at weekends. She starts work at nine and fini shes at five every day. She doesn't work in a gym. Olivia: 'My job is OK. I don't love it and I don't hate it. My manager is nice.' __

b Read the texts again. Complete the sentences with Claudia, lin and Olivia. Olivia doesn't work on Saturdays.

, ,

_ _ _ works in a gym.

3

_ _ _ doesn't start work at 9 o'dock every day. _ _ _ aod _ _ _ don't work in the evening.

4

____ works in a shop.

5 ____ works in an office. like their jobs. 6 _ _ _ and

b listen again and say the words.

ill 02)

Say the sentences. Then listen and check.

My dad likes chicken. 2

What does she do?

J 4 s 6 7 8 9

He finishes work at one. My sister eats chocolate for breakfast. He lives alone. Simon gets up at six. Paula starts work at seven. She watches a lot of TV. He goes to bed at eleven.

Vocabulary I

days of the week

m

Complete the word puzzle to find the American river. Use the collocations from Exercise 2.

. . a Complete the days of the week. Then put them in order.

, , 3

W ~ d n ~ :;. day _ Th ___ day _ F __ day _ M __ day _,_ S _ L _ day _ T ___ day _ S __ day _

,

b Complete the dialogues with in, at

3

• , __ in the evening. I look at news websites or blogs. 5 , __ on Monday evenings. I study French. 6 , __ on Saturday mornings. I usually play football or tennis.

,

At

,

orono k

What time do you get up on Saturdays?

8: Around ten o'clock. t

J

A: Do you have a shower __ the

night. 4

k Are you at home __ Friday

evenings? 8: No, I'm not. But I'm at home __ Saturdays.

Vocabulary I

g

f

F

R

II

f iN 0

5

I

5

,

6 P

I

-

morning? 8: No, I don't. I have a shower __

K



after work?

B: No, 1 don't. I work _ _ weekdays.

A

I

A: What do you do _ _ t he evening,

B: I play sport. 2 A:. 00 you work __ the weekend?

, __ in my English class and at the gym. I have a lot of friends. , __ to my neighbour but he doesn't say anything to me. , __ in the evening and watch TV.

Grammar 1 I

Prese nt Simple, you (plural), we and

they

m

look at the ta ble and complete Grace's sentences.

/

verb collocations

Put the letters in the (orrect order to

make (ollocations. tae ifhs

eat fish 1

ustyd a gglnuaea

2

vats

ta meoh

3

furs hel tenlerin

q

kame drsiefn

S vas lalhe 6

lad royu redfins

7

ypta rsopt

Saturday no no Grace: We 1 Grace: 2 Grace : 3 Grace: 4 Grace:

have two children. They don't hove children. We . They _ _ _ _ __ They . We _ _ _ _ __ We . They _ _ _ _ __ We _ _ _ _ _ _ . They _ _ _ _ __



Complete the dialogue with the correct form of do and like.

Grammar 2 I

C. a

Complete the dialogues with where, when, how, what and who.

WEEKEND HOUSE SWAP

A: Who do you work for?

Two couples swap houses for a weekend and decorate!

B: I work for Regent Enterprises.

Presenter: So, 5asha and liam, what do you do?

t

o

Sasha:

We're office workers.

Sasha:

They \3) They (4)

2

3

?

(8)

A:

do you live?

A:

do you start work?

B: At 8:30.

blues and greens. But greys and blacks.

No, we (])

colours do you like?

B: In Saint Tropez.

'+

A:

do you cook paella?

B: It's easy!

? Presenter: What colours (5) _ _ _ you (6) you blues and greens, too? liam:

A:

B: I like red and green.

Presenter: And what about Colin and Nancy. What (1) they ? liam: They're teachers. Presenter: What colours (2) _ _ _ they

Wh- questions

5

A:

ti me do you finish work?

B: Around 5 p.m. 6

. We whites and greys. They're

A:

do you live with?

B: My son and daughter.

7

beautiful colours.

A:

do you do?

B: I'm a doctor.

Presenter: OK, thanks. Happy decorating!

S A:

do you leach?

B: I teach Spanish.

b Write questions to find the missing information. I work for ...

Who do your work for? t

I live in ...

2

I'm a ...

3

I teach ...

'+ I start work at ... 5

I live with ...

Pronunciation I do in Wh- questions ~

a

Underline the stressed words in each question.

What sports do you ~? 1

Where do you live?

2

Who do you like?

3

When do you go to bed?

'+ What do you do?

b

O~. listen, check and repeat.

1~1

At home

~

V ocabulary I

GraJllm ar I

room s

. . Put the letters in the correct order to make rooms and places in a house .

stairs

ritssa



larlee

3

ton



habmorot

5

droomeb

6

degnra

7

Ihla

8

regaga

,

,

'"

fu rn iture

Match the words from the box with the pictures.

basin

bath

bin

-.......... DO

Match the furniture in exercise 2 to the rooms Bathroom:

Bedroom : Kitchen:

l iving room: sofa

II

2

,, ,

,/

,/

,/

b l ook at the chart. Com plete the text about Patricia.

chair

m . __

below.

,/

Patricia

'I 've got a nat in Notting Hill in the UK. It (1) _ _ one bedroom and a living room but it (2) _ __ , garage or a ga rden . I (J) _ _ a washing machine in the kitchen and a sofa in the living room. I (4) _ _ a bath - just a shower. I (S) _ _ a carit's a small. red sports car.'

coffee table cooker desk dishwasher fridge lamp mirror sink 56fe table toilet wardrobe washing machine



,, 1

ga rden washing machine ,/ balh sofa ,/

vinlgi amra

armchair

Jam ie garage

Vocabulary I

a

a look at the table. Complete the text for Jam ie.

bedrooms

(hilkne

2



have got

She 's qot a house in Auckland in New Zealand. It (1) _ _ two bedrooms and a garage but it (2) _ _ a garden. She (J) _ _ a bath in the bathroom and a sofa in the living room. She (4) _ _ a washing machine and she (s) _ _ a car.



Complete the dialogue with the correct words.

Reading

A, Hello. Can I help you? B, No, thank you. I'm just looking. A, OUf televisions are on special offer

_

today. Have you !lQ1 a television? B, Yes, I (1) _ _ .

a Read the texts and answer the questions with Oscar, Oscar's friends , Rink or Rink's cousin.

I \Alant to live in ...

A, (,) _ _ yco _ _ a television in your bedroom?

This week we talk to Oscar Ster ner - actor. singer and writer, and Rink Amra - OJ and artist.

B, No, I {J) _ _ . But I don't want a television in my bedroom. I want a washing machine for my mother.

A, (4) _ _ your mother _ _ a television?

B, Yes, she (s) _ _

. She (6) _ _ a television in her living room and another television in her bedroom. Now, how much is this washing machine?

A, It's £399. The television is only £299 ...

a

Write complete sentences with have got. (you!a car?) (Yes)

A, Have ~ou got a car? B, Yes, I have.

,

(Ravi! .! /a new house)

2

(My parents/l /a washing machine)

3

4

My friends live in 5t Petersburg. They're artists and they've got a nice flat near the centre of the city. They haven't got a garden but they've got a dacha! It's a small house in the countryside for holidays or the weekend.

(your house/ a garage?) (No)

A, B,

?

(that hotel!a swimming pool?) (Yes)

,

A, B, 5 (my hotel room /l / bath) 6

(we/.//a new baby)

7

(you/ ./ / a beautiful flat)

Rink : I'm a OJ from Delhi in India but I want to live in Rio de Janeiro in Brazil. Rio is Brazil's cultural capital. It's about 500 years old and it has got fantastic tourist attractions, for example Copacabana beach, Sugarloaf Mountain and, of course, carnival. There are also a lot of universitJes, museums and theatres.

My cousin lives in Rio. He's a singer. He's got a flat in the south of the city. He hasn't got a garden but he's got a beach dose to his flat.

B (my sisters/ l ! any children)

,

Oscar: I'm from Stockholm in sweden but I want to live in St Petersburg in Russia. St Petersburg is Russia's cultural capital. It's only 300 years old but it has got a lot of beautiful buildings, for example The Hermitage and The Summer Palace. The main street is called Nevsky Prospect . There are a lot of shops and restaurants and all the major brands have got shops on this street.

Who lives in Rio de Janeiro?

Rink 's cousin

Who is from Stockholm? (we/any milk in the fridge?) (Yes)

A, B,

,

2

Who lives in 5t Petersburg?

3

Who lives near a beach?

4

Who's got a holiday house?

5

Who works as a DJ?

6

Who are artists?

b

Answer the questions. What is Nevsky Prospect?

2

What is on Nevsky Prospect?

3

How old is Rio?

4

What are some of Rio's tourist attractions?

5

What does Rink's cousin do?

Vocabulary I doing housework . . a Choose the correct word to complete the

How too

0

I

make si mple requests

requests.

a Put the words in the correct order to complete the dialogues.

Can you __ the dishwasher, please?

A; you

a iron 1

~

c clean

Can you __ the living room, please?

a tidy b wash ( iron 2 Can you __ the laundry, please?

a wash

b clean

_

0

a sweep

b do

( lay

a lay b wash c clean 5 Can you __ the floor, please? a tidy b sweep (empty 6 Can you __ your clothes, please? a iron b do ( vacuum 7

Can you __ the dishes, please?

8

a sweep b wash c iron Can you __ the stairs. please? b vacuum

table.

the

lay

,

Sure,

problem.

Sure, no problem. A: dishes,

Can

wash

B: course.

Yes,

of

you

the

please?

c do

Can you __ the bathroom, please?

a empty

Can

Can YOU lay the table. please? B: no

3 Can you __ the table. please? 4

please?

,

A: sweep B: sorry.

you

please? can't.

,om

Can

late.

,Om

floor,

the No,

b

Write new dialogues. Use the pictures and the prompts.

( lay

b Write a phrase from exercise 13 next to each picture below. A: Con you take a photo o{us, please? (take a photo of us) B: Sure, no problem. (sure)

empty the dishwasher B

o 1

A: ____________________________

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ? (ca rry my bags) B:

,

. (yes)

A' __________________________ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ? (answer the phone) B:

. (sorry)

Grammar I adve rbs of frequency

m

Pronunciation I IAI and /II

a Complete the table with the words from the box.

sometimes

( never

usually

always

a 0



)

IA! o r I I/? IA! IV

Does you r mym sQmetimes cQme here?

I~=---I T I~

t

Is my din ner in the kitchen?

2

I love Sundays but I hale Mondays.

3

Where's his business card ? It's in the [iving room.

o o o

o 0 0 0

b

Underline the examples of the sounds in eac t-. sentence.

b Complete the sentences with an adverb of frequency.

C Listen again and repeat the sentences.

I watch TV in the evenings. (usually)

J usually

~s Li sten. Which sound can you hear i n

each sent ence,

watch TV in the evenings.

We're late for work. (always) We're always late [or work. 1

I wash the dishes. (always)

2

She does the laundry. (sometimes)

3

My children tidy their bedrooms. (never)

4

The food in that restaurant is terrible. (usually)

5

I make breakfas t for my wife on Sunday.

Reading

a

Read the text. Complete the sentences w ith Per,

Ron, Matthew or Felipe .

(sometimes) 6

He is happy on Friday afternoons. (always)

7 I go to the gym before work. (never) 8



Our cleaner is really fast. (usua lly)

'My wife makes OIflllElf bull atways lay the table end E!fIl)ty the dishwa.shef". She's a good cook and I"m not! We've both got jobs and we work at week. .

Per, Sweden

Correct the mistake in each sentence.

'[ cIao't do any house<.York but I work 60 hou"s a 'M!ek. 1 corre home around 8 p.m. I haven't got tme for houseMJrk. My wife doesn't wor1<. She does aI the tvJusework but I scrnetrnes make cinnef on Sunday.'

I watch never TV in the afternoon.

Ron,USA

J never watch TV in the afternoon. 1

Maggie plays usually sport on Friday afternoon.

'My wife usually does the housework. I sorrte{i11ElS tKjy the living room Of make dirlrlQ-, but my wife usuaIy does it. She gets up early and does it. I never get LP early. I'm
2

I sometime iron her clothes.

Matthew, UK

3

You sometimes are really sad.

we do the housework together. For exarf1)k!. [ usuaIy do 1te

'My wife and I work about 50 hou"s a week.. AI weekends

laundry and she usuaIy deans the bathroom. We hawwl't gal 4

Never he finish es work late on Friday.

S Her friends always are attractive. 6

British people are usually have a sandwich for lunch.

a cleaner.' Felipe, Atgenti1a Matthew is always tired.

, 3 4

_ __ _ doesn't do any housework.. _ _ _ _ never makes dinner. _ __ _ gets up late. does the housework on Saturday and Sunday.

S

finishes work late.

How to ... I offer food and drink . . Complete the dialogues with the phrases from the box.

Grammar I like + -ing; want + infinitive

m

Marcus and Pete want to play football. Do you _ _ _ eating in fast food res ta urants? 2

S: Thanks. A: Whot would you like to drink? B: (1) a coffee. please . A; (2) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ something to eat?

B: (4) A: Milk and sugar? B: Milk. no sugar. please. J

(UP

of tea?

. I'd love one.

A:. (5)

10 eat?

B: (6)

a sandwich, please.

Which res taurant do you

3 They don't

1 A: Hello. Come in.

2

want or like .

1

What would you like (X2) Yes, please Would you like (X2) I'd like (X2)

B: No, thank you. A: 0) _ _ _ ____ a

Complete the sentences with

m

4

Does she

, 5

Do you

7 S

We

I don't I don't

to go to?

watching TV. playing tennis? to go for a walk? watching Hollywood films. to go to the theatre. working late.

Complete the texts with the correct form of the verbs given.

A:. Cheese? Chicken?

8: Cheese. please.

Pronunciation I would you g a Underline the / dju:/ sound. Would you like a cup of tea? Would you like

~met ning

to eat?

2 What would you like to drink?

J Would you likea(old drink? b

16

listen and write the sentences you hear.

What would you like to eat?

,

My name is Kate Watson. I'm a chef. I ~rk f~ a small restaurant called The Happy Chicken. I like bemg (bel ~ ~hef and I like {11 (workl with food but I don t h~e {21 (finish) work at one o'clock in the ~omlng . (start) work at nine and fiOish at I~~ 131 . . ~~ five . I want (4J (go) ShoPPI~9 With my e ~ at the weekend. I never see my friends -I m always at work.

)



,

~Y name is Johan Holland. '.'m a call centre worker. I like ~l .. (work) With people but I don't like my job.

It~ not excltlng. I want {SJ {be} a sales re I hke {]J (make) friends with people and I ~ke [8) !live) in a big city. But I don't want [9) [talk) on the telephone for eight hours a day.

How to ... I offerfood and drink . . Complete the dialogues with the phrases from

Grammar I like + · jng; want + infinitive

m

the box.

Complete the sentences with Marcus and Pete 1

What would you l ike (X2) Yes, please Would you like (x2) I'd like (X2)

1 A: Hello. Come in . B: Thanks.

A: What would YOU like to drink? B: (1) a coffee, please. A: (2) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ something to eat? B: No, t ha nk you. 2

A:

6) _______ 3 cup of tea?

B:

{.tV

. I'd love one.

m

want or like .

want to play football.

Do you _ _ _ eating in fast food restaurants?

2

Which restaurant do you

3

They don't

4

Does she

5

Do you

6

I don't

7 8

W. I don't

to go to?

watching TV. playing tennis? to go for a walk? watching Hollywood films. to go to the theatre. working late.

Complete the texts with the co rrect fo rm of the verbs given.

A:. Milk and sugar? 3

B: Milk. no sugar, please. A: (s)

to eat ?

B: (6)

a sandwich, please.

A: Cheese? Chicken?

8: (heese, please.

Pronunciation I would you •

a Underline the / dju:/ sound. Woul~

like a (UP of tea?

Woukl you like something to eat ?

2 What would you like to drink?

3 Would you likea(old drink? b

0'16

Listen and write the sentences you hear.

What would you /ike to eat?

, ,

My name is Kate Watson. I'm a chef. I ~rk f~r a small restaurant called The Happy Chicken. I like bemg [be) ~ ~hef and I like (11 [wort.) with food but I don t lI~e (2 ) (finish) work at one o'clock in th~ ~om\ng . (3) !start! work at nine and finIsh at I want . 'til fr·.nds five. I want (41 !gol shoppIng WI my I I at the weekend . I never see my friends - I'm always at work.

3



My name is Johan Holland. ['m a caU centre worker. [like (5) (wort.) with people but I don't like my job. It's not exciting. I want IS) (beJ a sales rep. I like (7J (B) {9 }

(make) friends with people and J like

£live) in a big city. But J don't want (talk! on the telephone for eight hours a day_

Vocabula ry I technology •

Listening

a la bel the pictu re with six of the word s from t he

box.

a

0"1

10

a camcorder a camera a DVD player a fla t-screen TV a games console a laptop

a stereo

Cover the audioscript and liste n. Complete

the table . lukasz

drink

segrlcling water

food

h)

wireless Internet

~o O f~ -~

has got

(,)

())

wants

(.)

(5)

likes

(6)

(])

AUOIOSCRIPT

J:

Hi. Come in, lukasz.

l: Thanks. 10. This is a nice houf>e.

J:

Thank you. Can I take your coat?

l: Yes. Thanks.

J:

Come in. Sit down. Would you like a drink?

l: Have you got a cold drink?

J:

Yes, I have. I've got apple j uice, sparking water _

L: A sparkling water, please.

J: Would you like a slice of orange cheesecake.lOo? b Com plete the dialogues with a verb and a word

l: Mmm, yes please ... Hey, you've got a nice stereo.

from exe rcise sa.

J: Thanks. I really like listening 10 music. What about you?

Do you

listen to mu sic much at home?

Yes, I do. I've got a

l : I like listening to music, too but I haven't got a stl'reo.

stereo in my bedro om.

I've gal a laptop. All my music is on that.

A: Do you computer games much at home? B: Yes, I do. I've got a new _ _ __ _ in my bedroom. 2 A: Do you a lot of video? B: No, I don't. I haven't got a _ __ __

1

3 A: Do you

B: Yes, I do. We've got a living room. 4

TV much at ho me?

in the

A: Do you _ _ __ _ the Internet much at

home? B: Yes, I do. I've got a _ _ _ _ _ in my

bedroom and we've got _ _ _ _ _ at

home. 5

A: Do you _ _ _ __

a lot of photos?

B: No, I don't. I haven'! gal a _ __ _ _ 6

A: Do you _ _ _ __

a lot of QVDs at home?

B: No, I don't. We haven't go t a _ _ _ __

J: Oh. I haven', got a laptop. I want to gel one. l : Do you like playing computer games?

J:

No, not really. I haven't got a gamescQnsole. Have you?

l : Yes, I have. I really like playing computer games but my console is quite old. I want to get a new one.

J:

Which console do you wan! to get?

l: Oh. I don' t know really.

J:

My brother's got a ...

I

__+Heview_and~nSo.Udation Present Simple

Wh- questions

. . Complete the sentences with the co rrect form of the verb in brackets. Gary is a chef. He



starts (start) work at fi ve in the

work ?

Whe re

do

you

afternoon.

Where do ~ou work?

My parents don't get up (not get up) late at the weekend.

• ,

you

3

in German?



do

5

time

up?

you

6

you

What

do

7

When

start?

th,

8

Mirina

does

with?

Oike) British pop music.

t

2

My partner and I

Sophie Sebastian 5 Alexia 6 You

(not eal) fish.

3



7 H, 8 Bea and Telio Fridays. 9

live?

you

Where

do

What

do

,

do?

(watch) TV

every evening. (not say) hello to me.

(nol li ke) football. (finish) work late. (fini sh) work at 5 every day. (stay) at home on

Harry's sisler

.0 Grant

(love) your house. (call) his friends every

evening.

g

Put the word s in the co rrect order to make question s.

Who

you

hello

you

for?

How

do

soy

work

What

do

la nguages does

Who

got stud y?

, , , , ,

party

,

live

,

Write questions and answers. Use the prom pts. (you / play any sport) (yes)

A: Do you play any sport? B:

Yes. I do.

t

(your sisters/lik e your wife) (no) k

2

3

_ _ _______________________ ,

h ave got

m

Complete the dialogues with the correct form of have got.

8 , ---,-_ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Mila;

Oibril/ea! a lo!)(vesj

lilly:

Have you flQ1. a house o r a flat? I (1) _________ a house.

k __________________________________ ,

Mila:

(2) _____ ;t

B, ________________________________

lilly:

No, it (]) _ _ . But that's OK. I (4) _ _ _ _ a car.

(they/ work from home) (yes) k __________________________ ,

Mila;

(s) ___ _ you ____ a garden?

lilly:

B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 4

5

6

Mila:

(your friends / live in Barcelon a) (yes) k ________________ ,

lilly:

B, ________________________________ 7

swimming pool in their garden, too.

B, ________________________________

(Ramzi / go to bed early) (no) k _________________________ ,

(we/ have any food in the house?) (no) k ________________ ,

B, __________________________

No, J (6) _____ but my friends (7) _ _ _ ___ a garden and J somet imes go there. They (8) ________ a

(Felix/ love her) (no) k __________________________ ,

B, _______________________________

_____ a garage?

Wow! (9) _____ they _

___ a t ennis

court, too?

2

Yes, they (to) _

_

.

Archie; (11) _____ your brother _____ a games console? Sadiq: Yes, he (12) ____ . Archie: What console (13) _____ h, ____ , Sadiq: He (14) ________ an Xbox. 360. Archie: I (15) _

___ ____ a 360, too.

Sadiq : (16) ____ you ____ Metal Wars? Archie: No, I (17) _ _ . Is it good? Sadiq : It's amazing.

Adverbs of frequency

Vocabulary

_



Complete the sente nces with the adverbs of

Complete the dialogues with the phrases from the

box.

frequency in brackets. I go to bed early. (never)

I

empty the dishwasher wash the dishes go to bed stay at home finish work say hello play sport make dinner do the laundry

never go to bed earlv. I'm late. (usually)

2

Do you work from home? (sometimes)

___________________________ 1

A: There aren't any clean dishes. 8: Why don't you wash the dishes, then?

3 Are they happy? (always)

----------------------_1 4

I have a coffee in the morning. (usually)

5

00 you make dinner? (sometimes)

1

B: Why don't you _ _ _ _ _ _ , then? 2

6

A: I don't want to go out tonight A: I'm a bit overweight.

B: Why don't you _ _ _ _ _ _ , then?

---------------------------1

3

A: I'm always tired. B: Why don't you _ _ _ _ _ _ early, then?

4

A: I always come home late.

She is late. (never)

7 They clean the bathroom. (never)

B: Why don't you

early, then?

5 A: All the plates and cups are in the dishwasher. 8

We gel up before 9 o'clock at the weekend.

B: Why don't you _ _ _ _ _ _ , then?

(always)

6

A: I'm hungry.

B: Why don't you _________ • then? 7 A: I think he's an old friend from schoot.

like + ing; want + infinitive

a

B: Why don't you

Write full sentences. Use the prompts.

(Adria na/like I sing)

Adriana likes singing. (Peter/ want/go out later)

to him. then?

8 A: I haven't got any clean clothes. B: Why don't you

a

• then?

Choose the odd one oul.

Peter wants to go out later. 1

(My Sister/ not like/do the laundry)

t

2

(Sol and Kay /not want / go swimming)

,

a c a c

basin sofa camera games console

([ d b d

c;erweiiiiD wardrobe laptop cellar

a attractive c slim

b armchair d ugly

3 (Alan/ like/ play football)

3

a quarter to five c twenty past two

b seventy fIVe d ten o'clock

4

(teachers/not like/ finish work late)



a Sunday c Friday

b Wednesday d bathroom

5

(I/ not want / make dinner tonight)

5 a mirror

6

(Tom/want/meet Penelope)

7

(you/like/play sport?)

8

(Ewa and Adam / like/watch TV)

c garage 6

a camcorder c bin

7 a sink c short

8 a c 9 a c

hall flat·screen TV half past one twelve years old

,. a Thursday ( birthday

b bedroom d 10ft b stereo d wireless intemet b old d tall

b living room d kitchen b quarter to nine d twenty to three b Tuesday d Monday

Vocabulary I

leisure activities

. . a Match the photos with the leisure activities

from the box. aerobics a gallery

Vocabulary I

g

ve rbs of like and dislike

a Choose the correct verb .

©© chess

cycling exercise puzzles leAfIts a walk

lifYdon'( mind/ hate chess.

@ My parents don 't like /don 't mind/ love football.

, ©©© She quire likes/ loves / doesn't mind my music.

3

®® My brother hotes/ likes /doesn't like tennis.

4

®®® I hote/love /quire like going to galleries.

s© My cousin doesn 't mind/ loves /quite likes doing puzzles.

b l ook at the table. Write sentences about twins Bella and Olive. Bella do exerci se 1

go to galleries

2

Twitter

3 stay at home on a Saturday night

4 do puzzles 5 sushi

Olive

©©©®® ®®®@ © ®® ©© ®®® @ ©©© ®® ©

Bella: 'Jlove doing exercise but Olive doesn 't like it. ' t Olive: 2

Bella:

3 Olive : 4 5

b Complete the table with the words from

Exercise la. play

do go for

goto go + -ing

chess

Bella:

Olive:

How to ... I make suggestions _

Grammar I

a

a Complete the dialogues with the word s in th e

box.

~et's

C

ShaH

su re

Why

Yes

)

B: I'm not ___

~ .

I'm quite tired.

A:

go cycling. It's nice weather.

S:

,OK.

3 A:

Com plete the sen tences. Write the object pronoun form of the word in bold .

t

A: ShaJl we go-fo r a walk in the park?

2

a

I like Bob but he doesn't like me. nice

~.------~

1

object p ronouns

Shall we go cycling ?

Man ;

B: (not sure/ busy) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

3

You are attractive but I don't love _ __

Here, this ice cream is for~ . It's your favourite, chocolate.

Woman; Thanks.

B: (OK/ nice) OK. That sounds nice. 1 A: (l et's/ a puzzle) _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

B: (OK/ nice) A: (shall/walk) S, (OK)

4

Man;

b Write three new dialogues. Use the prompts.

A: (why/ tenni s)

She loves John and John loves _ _ _~ He's always angry but I quite like _ __

b Complete the dia logue with object pronouns.

B: OK. That sounds _ __

2

2

3

5 Where are they? I rea lly like _ _ _~

don't we play chess?

A: (Shall / cycl ing?)

We don't like the Johnsons but they qu ite like

And this one is for (t) _ _ . It's my favou rite. strawberry.

Woman ; Who is the drink for; (2) _ _ or me ? ?

Man:

It's for you and me. It's for both of (J) _ _ .

Woman : The film starts in five minutes. It's a Johnny

--------- ?

Depp film. Man:

Johnny Oepp? tlike (.4) _ _

• Do you like

th e Pirates o( rh e Coribbeon films?

Pronunciation I / al/ and /eI/ ma O ~8

listen. Write the words you hear.

Woman: Yes, I love (s) _ _ Choc% t? Man :

. 00 you know

Yes, I really like (6) _ _ . It's a great film.

Woman: Johnny Depp's wife is French. Her name's Vanessa Paradis. She's a singer. Man : Vanessa Paradis. I don't know (]) _ _ .

like

,

,

Woman : She's really beautiful. The film's starting.

3

Person :

4

Ssh!

Woman: Sorry!

5

b Match / al/ or l eI! to each word in exe rcise 4a .

Jail

,

, 3 4 5

C Listen again and repeat the words .



a Say the sentences. Then underline the / al/

and j ell sounds in each sentence. Do you lIke cy'ding? 1

Do you hate playing tennis?

2

I don't mind getting up at eight.

b 0 29

listen, check and repeat.

1

.'

Vocabulary I .. a

Match the verbs in A to the nouns in B. A

2



B ~b

dance

3 play 1I wri te

dinner



8

talk 10

9

speak

h

I

Oim and Jane/ cook ./ Idrive X)

2

{lbrahim/swim ./ l use a com puter ,k')

3

ewe/ play chess l ! play the piano.t1

4

Exercise la in the correct for m.

5



I want to learn to

in his free timl!.

,

Complete the dialogue wi th the phrases from th e box.

A: So. Mrs Redwood,

.

.

(We/ drive l / dance./)

can Can he €aA-'f&ti he can't I can I can'l

computer programmes

~~

(Ji ng/use a computer '/ Iwrite com pul er programmes Xl

b Complete the sentences with a phrase from

.'

Use the

compu ter programmes

animals

My brother writes

can and can't.

I can sing but I can't play the piano.

c computer d French the ta ngo f the piano g a song

S cook 6 drive 7 sing

Wri te se ntences with prompts.

(I/sing ./ I play the piano Xl

a acar

usea ~

t

Grammar I can/can't

abilities

.

Can you he can They can

can you speak Italian?

B: Yes, (1) . My mother and father are from Switzerland. (2) speak Italian, English, french and German.

1

~ ' ---

A: Great. (J) too?

I don't know how to

B: I (4)

_ _ _ _ """IY day.

speak french and German speak German but (s) _ __

speak French. A: OK. The manager, Mr Harris, is from France so (6) speak French . But he can speak Italian, too. B: Realty? That's great! (8) ____ speak German? A, No, (7) _ _ _

Can people

I don't want to

?

tonight.

BonjOUr! 0~ Do you want to team to

Do you want to

?

with me?

ma

look at the table. Complete Erica's sentences.

Me (Erica)

Jo (my sister)

~ ~

~ g ~ ~

Eddie My parents (my brother)

H

~ ~ ~

Reading

a.

Read the article and answer the questions.

Men and women: are they the same or are they different?

rnJ !l1

play the piano Erica:

I can play the piano but my sister, La, can't.

t

drive Erica: My brother, Eddie, _ _ _ _ _ __

2

swim Erica: My brother, Eddie, _ _ _ _ _ __

3 sing Erica: My sister, l a, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

b l ook at the table in exercise 4a and write questions and answers. Use the prompts. (your brother/s wim?)

Can your brother. Eddie. swim? B: Yes, he can.

A: t

(your parents/use a computer?)

A, _________________________ , B, _ 2

_

_

_

_

-,---_ _ __

(your sister/ play the piano?)

A, _________________________ , B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 3

women

are very different. For example, some

people think that men can read maps but women can't. Felix Alden is a writer-. His book Men and Women is very JlOIl(iar. He _ that 'NOrTlefl can listen to people's problems. for example, but men can't. And he ijWj(s that men can read maps but women can't.

Other people think that men and women are very similar. Janet Prokop:7Wicz is a writer, too. Her book 7he Male Mind and the Female Mild is also very POPUlar. She thinks that men and women aren't very different. 'Men and women learn different abirrties at home and at sc:hooi,' Prokopowicz says, 'but men and women are really the same.' What do you ttmk?

(you / dance?)

A, _________________________ ,

What is Felix Alden's job?

B, _ __

He's a writer.

_

_ _ __

_

Pronunciation I can and can't •

S

ome people think that men and

a O}D

t

What is the name of his book?

2

Does he think that men and women are the same or different?

listen. Write the sentences you hea r.

Can YOU speak En glish?

,

3 What is Janet Prokopowicz's job?

2

3

• 5

b listen again and say the sentences.

4

What is the name of her book?

5

Does she think that men and women are the same or different ?

Vocabulary I

Vocabulary I

months

. . a Complete the months. Then put them in the

g

Complete the crossword with the written form of the numbers.

correct order. J.~

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b

ct

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F

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0 0

M

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b Cover the months in Exercise

ordi nal numbers

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,

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I I

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month

rr-

I ~

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is the birthday of each cele brity below?

I "

I I

I"

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I I

Maria Sharapova (19/04/1987)

April 1

Across

Giorgio Armani (tt/07/1934)

2 Michelle Obama (17/01/ 1964)

3

Roger Federer (08/08/t981)



Rihanna (20/02/V}88)

5

Bruce Springsteen (23 /09/ 1949)

6

Woody Allen (1/ 12 / 1935)

Down

,

41h

,

S

30th

3 121h

7

11th

4 15th

" " "

19th

6 20th

81h

8 >51

3,d

9 ,nd

Complete the table with the spoken or written forms of the dates. Spoken

7 Bono (10/05/1960) 8

Angelina Jolie (04 / 06/1975)

9

Sting (02/10/ 1951)

10

Javier Bardem (01/ 03 / 1969)

u Calvin Klein (10/ 11/ 1942)

Sih

How to ... I write and say dates

m

I

c-

r,-

-

,

Written

the twenty·first of January 21St January the eleventh of March nth March the first of May

(,)

(2)

12th Oecember

the twentieth of June

(3)

the sixteenth of Novem ber (4)

(S)

2nd September

(6)

3rd February

the twelfth of October

(7)

(8)

30th April

the ninth of July

(9)

I

Grammar I in. at. on

m

Choose the correct word :

Listening

in. at or on.

a

a 0

Is your birthday6}'ot / on June? 1

My party is

JI

listen. Match t he dialogues (1-3) with the

pictures (A-().

in /atlon 13t h July.

2 let's go on holiday in/at/on the beginning of Augus t. 3 I've got two tickets for the theatre in/ at/on 14th May.

4 Shall we go cyc ling inlotlon Sunday? 5 The football match starts in/at/on 3 o'clock. 6 I don't like going on holiday in/ atlon August.

dialogue __

b

in/at/on the end

7

My daughter starts school

8

Are you free

9

Is there a show in/at/on the afternoon ?

of this month. in/otlon Wed nesday evenin g?

listen again and co mplete t he table. what?

,

when ?

why not?

go to the theatre

2

_

Write complete questions. Use the prompts.

3

be/ your bi rthday/ January? Is your birthday in January? match / fini sh/ s o'clock?

Does the match finish at 5 o'clock ? 1

your new job/ start/ beginning of April?

AUDIOSCRIPT

,

M: Hey, Adam, it's Mary.

A: Hi, Mary. How are you?

----------------------' 2

be/ the show sold out/ end of June?

M: Fine, thanks. Ad am, I've got two tickets for the theatre on 19th April. Do you want to com e with me? A: What day is that?

-------------------------, 3

M: It's a Saturday.

a minute. I can't. Tha t's

you / want / go out / Friday eveni ng?

A: OK, t hat sounds nice. Oh, no, wait my siSler's birth day.

---------------------,

A: I'm reatly sorry.

shall/ go to the Iheatre/ 3rd March?

M: Don't worry. Another time. How are thin gs wilh you?

-------------------------,

8 : Helen?

M: Oh, t hat 's a shame. Never mind.

4

2

5

be/ her birthday / June?

H: Ye s?

_ _ __ __ _ __ _ _ _ ___ ?

H: Where to?

B: let's go on holiday in July.

6

th e film / start/half past seven?

B: Scotland. There's a reatly cheap deal on the Internet. H: When in July?

-----------------------,

B: From 8th to 15th. H: It's your brother'S birt hday party on 10th July. B: Oh yes! That's a shame. Nevi'r mind.

3 R: Are you OK, Mrs Cranfield?

C: Yes, thank you. Rebecca. R: Do you want anything? C: No, thank you, dear. R: A cup of tea? C: No. thank you. Oh, just one thing. When is the trip to the beach? Is it on 28th or 29th August? R: It's on 29th August. That's two weeks from now. C: Oh, lovely. Thank you.

The Past Vocabulary I •

a

Complete the table. WriH en

Spoken

'989

nineteen eighty-nine

jobs

a Complete the words to make jobs . sPQrls slg:r p_ l_t_c __ n 6 sc __ nt_st 7

200,

,

2

1803

3

3

19<>9 1970

• g

Vocabulary I

saying years

b_ s_ n_ss p_ rs_ n _ ct_ r

s_ ng_r

8

- rt-

4

wr_ t_ ,

9

5

m_s_c__ n

10

d_ nc_ r I__ d_ r

51

5

2012

b look at the photos 1-(). Complete the word puzzle

6

1881

to find the hidden job.

7

1999

8

2015

-

6

2

3

a O)2

Cover the audioscript and listen . Write the dates next to each picture.

4 1

Date: 1St Julv 1941 Other information: 10 seconds $9

M

IB U

E

5 1

5

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C I

A Date: ,-:_ _, -__

Other information:

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8

9

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7

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r-

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L-

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3 Date: '-:--co--Other informat ion:

b Usten again. Write other in formation next to

the pictures.

AUDIOS(RIPT

The first TV advert was on 1St July 1941. It was ten seconds long and the cost was just nine dollars. 1 The first newspaper crossword was on 21St December 1913. It was (ailed a 'Word-cross', 2 The firSI mobile phone call was on 3rd April 1973. It was in New York.

3 The first tourist in space was on 28th April 2001. His name was Dennis TIIO.

Grammar I Past Simple of to be: pos itive •

Pronuncia tion I /3:/

a

Complete the texts with was and were.

CD Frida Kahto was a Mexican painter. She {1} born in Mexico City in 1907. Her parents (2) Guillermo and Matilde. Frida (J) the third of four daughters.

She (4)

a

lJ

Choose the two words with the / 3=/ sound .

~

b see

( here

~

1

a three

b thirty

c third

d four

2

a person

b sure

c bi rthday

d horse

3

a late

b early

c fri end

d word

b liste n and check.

Reading •

a

Read the webpage . Match the headin gs (a-d) wit h the gaps (1- 4).

a

medical student in the early 1920S and then a painter: ' I (5) born a painter,' Frida said. A lot of her 200 paintings (6) -,---c self·portraits. Frida (]) 47 when she died. Now she is an international icon.

0

a The first World Cup b

The first Intern et celebrity

(

The first billionaire

d

The first president of the USA

.e

Four Famous Firsfs The Beatles

(8)

lohn,

Paul, George and Ri ngo. They (9) from Liverpool. Their first name (to) _ __ The Quarrymen.

In 1961 the y (11) popular in Liverpool and Hamburg. Their first hit, in Love Me Do. Their next so.ng , 19 62 , (12) Please Please Me, (13) number one In early 1963. Revolver and Let It Be (14) _ __

popular Beatles albums.



Rewrite these sentences i n the Past Si mple with was or were.

(1) _

Most people _ ltlal George Wa9ling1Dn was list a.. • was SamJet HtxItingtoo in 1779. Gecr"ge WashIlgDI was Itie r.st president lIlder tre new constitUtOl i11 789. (2) _

A ~nion dalats is $1 ,000,000,000 !me _ miIion). Today's biIionaies ... BiI Gates, Car10s Slim arwj a lew OChers. &st the first billionaire was ..kiv1 D. Roc:kerteler 11 1916. His company, Standard Oil, was very big in the late 19th and early 20th centLries. (3) _ It was in liuguay in 1930. There were Ihirteen COU11I'os ;,1he aJI1'IlOIi1ion. Argeotila ard Ikuguay were 1he two learns ;, 1he final ard Uruguay were the wi1ners, 4-2. (4) _ The fir.;! me was prOOabIy a Tu1
Jeff and I are late for the party. Jeffand J were lat e for the party.

b Read the webpage again. Are the sente nces

1

My son and daughter are at home.

true (T) or fa lse (F) ?

2

I'm a singer.

George Wash ington was the first president of the USA. f.

3

You're my best frien d.

4 5

Thev're at school. She's a teacher in Australia .

1

Sa muel Huntington was the President of the USA in 1779. _

2

Bill Gates wa s the first billionaire.

3

Standard Oil was John D. Rockerfeller's compat¥ _

4

The first World Cu p was in Argentina. _

5

The fi rst World Cup winner was Uruguay. _

6

The first Internet celebrity was from Turkev.. _

1

There were a lot of visitors to Mahir's W'ebsite. _

Vocabulary I past time expressions

Grammar I

. . a Read the text. Put the pictures in lime order.

_ My dad is a business person. He works for Trans-Global

Software. He travels abroad a lot. For example. last week he was in Moscow and two weeks ago, at the start of June, he was in New York. Three days ago he was in Athens. yesterday he was in london and in May he was in Paris. He never stops!

®

o

b Complete the sentences with

yesterday. ogo,

last or in. I was ill lost week. 1 Where were you _ _ _ morning?

:z My last holiday was _ _ _ 2010. 3 There was wmeone at my door at twelve o'clock _ _ _ night. 4

She was my teacher len years _ __

5 Was he at school 6 It was very (old

Monday? week.

7 Sandy's party was three days _ __ 8 Where was your friend. Billy, evening? 9 Ursula was a student year. Now she"s a

teacher.

II

10 Your shoes were (001 _ _ _ 1985.

Pa st Simple of to be: negatives and questions

a Read the profile an d write complete sentences. Use the prompts. Cate/ born/ the UK

Cote wasn't born in the UK. She was born in Australia. 1

Her parents/ born/the UK

2.

She/a good singer/at school

3

She/ an English student/a t university

It

Her first big film / Elizabeth I

5

Roman / born/2003

---. Bo.,.,

Catherine EUse Blanchett

I'aIIIon

14th May, 1969, in Melbourne, AUstralia Robert Blancbett, from tbe USA

m.1IOood:

June Blancbeu. from Australia good actor at scbool

.....,1'

-IIIC-

CIMJdJa.

Melbourn University (Economics) Oscar 4l1d Lucinda llasbJeU (born 2001), Roman (born 2004), /gnallua (born 2(08)

b Write questions and answers. Use the prompts

m

Was you a good Singer when you were young?

Was Cote born in the UK?

Were vou a good singer when YOU were young ?

No, she wasn't.

1

Richard and Alex isn't at work yesterday.

,

2

Were your father a politician?

3

Were Ronald Reagan a film star?

, ----------------------- , 3 4

---------------------------, ----------------------- ,

4 My father not a singer but he was a musician.

---------------------------- ,

5

Was you at home last night?

6

When were your last holiday?

Complete the dialogue with was, wasn't, were or weren 't.

7

Who your best friend was at school?

Interviewer: So, Melissa, congratulations on your Grammyaward.

8

What were Marlon Brando's last film?

5



Correct the mistakes.

from exerci se 2a.

------------------------- ,

Melissa:

Than k you! I'm so excited.

Interviewer: When you were a child, (I) a good singer? Melissa:

. I (J) a very No, I (2) bad singer. But my two music teachers at high school (4) great.

Interviewer: Who (s) Melissa :

you

your music teachers?

Mrs Felton Their names (6) really and Mr Herbert. They (7) good!

your favourite singers Interviewer: Who (8) when you were a teenager? Melissa:

My favourite female singer (9) _ _, Aretha Franklin and my favourite male singer was louis Armstrong.

Interviewer: (10) Melissa:

How to ... I take part in a game _

a


b Ismygo? c 1

Is it my come? a Good done!

b Well done! c Best done! 2

a Don" mind!

b Not mind! c Never mind !

3

your parents Singers?

No, they (n) . My mother (12) a scientist and my father (13) a househusband.

Choose the correct phrase.

a Oh no ! No again! b Oh no! Not again! c Oh no! Again not!

4

a Yes! I win!

b Yes! I am win! c Yes! I winner!

b Complete the dialogue with the words from the box. (again

done

go

mind

Roll

win

A: Is it my gQ? B: Yes, it's your go. {t} _ __ A: Oh no! Not (2) ____

the dice.

B: Bad luck! Never (J) ____ A: It's you r go, now. B: Six! Yes! I (4) ____ A: We ll (s)

! That was grea t.

)

m--

--- GJ-How to .. . I ask about a past experience

Pronunciation I taut

III a

Match the words from the box with the pictures (1-4) .

( date

flight

holiday

trip

weekend



)

a Choose the words with the / au/ sound .

@.That's a big~ 1 I want to go to town now to buy some flowers. 2 How tall is that mountain? About two thousand metres?

b Com plete the dialogues with a word from

exercise ta and aword from the box. (awful

attractivt!

fantastic

~

3

Mouse is a noun but how do you pronounce it?

b

0)4

listen, check and repeat.

fine)

Vocabulary I A:. How was your!!lil to Paris?

8: It was OK. The journey was fine but the hotel wasn't very good. 1

A:. How was your

?

B; It was . It was really long and the food was terrible. 2 A:. Howwasyour _ _ _ ? B: It was great. She was very nice and really

more adjectives

S. a

Put the letters in the correct order to make adjectives.

tall

laU

3

ahyve

1

ra f

-4 olng

2

eped

5

iwed

b Circle the correct adjective. A: He's over two metres. 8: That's really deep/{ar/langlfijp

3

8: •

?

A:. How was your

• thanks. I was in town on Saturday and I was al home on Sunday.

A:. How was your

? t The hotel was great and the

8: It was food was very nice!

1

A:. The shop is twenty kilometres from here.

2

A: Her new baby is six kilogrammes!

3

A: It's over 100 metres to the bottom of this lake.

8: That's really {ar/fong/toll/wide. 8: That's really

deep/heavy/long/toll.

8: That's really {or/long/deep/ wide.

-4 A: The flight is twelve hours. 8: That's really {arlheavy/deep/long. 5 A: The table is one metre by two metres. B: That's not very

deep/{ar/ wide/ta/l.

Grammar I •

Listening

How + adjectives

a

Put the words in the correct order to make quiz questions.

ma O)s

Cover the audioscript and listen . Answer the questions. What does Marianne want?

the Taj Mahal

old

How

is

India?

in

A job in The Coffee Palace.

How old is the raj Mohol in India? a

It's about 560 years old. c

1

Where is The Coftee Palace?

2

What was Marianne's last job?

3

What is Favourite Fashions?

4

How long was Marianne there?

5

How many cafes has Carl got ?

6

How old is the business?

b

listen again. Complete the audioscript.

It's about 360 years old. It's about 760 years old. from

is

New York

How

london?

far

a It's about 1500 kilometres. b It's about 3500 kilometres.

o

c It's about 5500 kilometres. the Pacific Ocean? the Mariana Trench a It's about

11

is

How

in

deep

kilometres deep.

b It's about 51 kilometres deep. c It's about 111 kilometres deep. Napoleon?

tall

How

was

a He was about 1 metre 30 centimetres tall. b He was about 1 metre 50 centimetres tall. c He was about in

1

metre 70 centimetres tall. the USA?

long

is

AUOIOSCRIPT

How

a About 400 kilometres. b About 4000 kilometres. c About 14000 kilometres. the Grand Canyon?

How

wide

is

a In some places it's thirty kilometres wide. b In some places it's sixty kilometres wide. c In some places it's ninety kilometres wide. How

in

is

Mount Fuji

tall

a About 1770 metres tall. b About 3770 metres tall. c About 5770 metres tall. How

Australia?

long

in

is

a About t kilometre long, 500 metres wide and 50 metres tall. b About 2 kilometres long, 1 kilometres wide and 200 metres tall. e About 3.5 kilometres long, 2 kilometres wide and 350 metres tall.

b Choose the correct answers. Th en check below.

I )L

' Q9 'I!S ' ql7 ')[ '\?Z ')1 'I!O

I

A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A:

Take a seat. I'm Carl 5arandon. I'm Marianne. Nice to meet you. Nice to meet you. too. Would you like a coffee? No, thank you. How was your journey here? It was (1) _ _ , thank you. SO, you want a job in The Coffee Palace. Yes, that's right. What (2) _ _ your last job?

B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A: B: A:

I was a sales assistant in a clothes shop. Was that here in Chicago? No, it (J) _ _ . It was in San Diego. I'm from California. I see. What was the name of the shop? Favourite Fashions. Was (4) _ _ your first job? Yes, it was. How long were you with Favourite Fashions? About two years. Can you make good coffee? I can make great coffee. Good! 00 you have any (s) _ _ for me? Yes, is this your business? Yes, it is. I've got two other cafes. How (6) _ _ is the business? It's about three years old. OK. Thank you. Now. we start work here at seven in the morning ...

lidation-'1-

,

in, at, on

Object pronouns _

Complete the sentences wi th the words in the box..

_

Complete the dialogues. Add in, at or on to each sentence.

( her

me

it

him

them

us

you

)

A: Are you free January?

A: Are you (ree in January? He's my best frien d. I rea lly li ke him. 1

You're my brother and 1love _ __

:2

They're really great. We like

3

II's an ugly ci ty. I don't like _ __

4

I'm so ha ppy. He loves

B: No, I'm not, but I'm free the beginning of february. a lot.

B: No, I'm not, but I'm free ot the beginning of

Feb ruary.

and 1love him.

t

5

She's not my friend. I hate _ __

6

We like Rex and Bobby and they like _ __

B: No, it isn't. It's Saturday.

7

Federico is OK. I don't mind _ __

8, _______________________ 2

can/can't _

A: Is the party Friday?

A, _______________________

A' ________________________ B: No, it doesn't. It starts the end of July. 8 , _______________________

Put the words in the correct order to make

sentences and questions. daughter

Can

drive?

your

3

Con your daughter drive? can't :2

A: Does Ramadan start the beginning of August this year?

Jovita

Spanish.

aerobics.

speak

B: No she wasn't. She was born the end of 2004.

do

They

A: She was born 2005· A, _______________________________

8, _______________________

can

4

A: Do you start your new job 21st March?

A, ________________________ 3 you

a

use

(an

computer?

4

-----------------------, dance. can sing and brothers You r

j

cook,

6

son

B: No, I don't. I start it 28th March. 8 , _______________________ 5

husband MV can',

A: The match starts 3:30. A, _______________________________ B: No, it doesn't. It starts 3P.m.

8, ______________________________

write

programmes?

( an

com puter

your

--------------------------,

7 animals. 8

parents

People

play

talk

Can

can'l

piano?

to

your



the

--------------------------- ,

m

Write sentences and questions. Use the prompts. do aerobics (.I)/ dance OO/play football (?)

Afr Jones can do aerobics but he can 't dance. (on he ploy football ? 1

do puzzles (.I)/ play the piano OO/play chess (?) Your children _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

-------------------------, 2

speak French {.I) / cook French food OO/read Freoch books (?)

yO" _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _--:

--------------------------, 3

Past Simple of be

use a computer (.I) / write computer programmes OO/ play computer games (?) Mimi ______________________________

--------------------------- ,

Complete the dialogue with the correct past fo rm of be.

A, ... and now we've got my favourite actor in the studio. Please welcome Roxanna Milea.

8, Thank you. A, SO, Roxanne. where ~ you born? 8, (,) born in Timisoa ra in Romania.

,

A, You're a famous actor now but (2) young? an actor when you (])

8, Yes, I (4)

Is)

yO"

. My first job as an actor when I (6) eight years old.

A: Eight years old? (7) _ _ _ it a film?

B: No, it (8)

. It (9)

a TV show.

A: ho) your parents actors? B: No, they (n) . My mother (n) _ __ a university lecturer and my father (t3) _ __ a factory worker. But my brothers (14) _ __ actors, like me ...

a

3

Write questions with the correct past form of be. Use the prompts. Where / he born?

c do a write b use 5 How often do you ___ exercise?

Where was he born? you/ a good singer?

Were you 1

2 3 4 5 6 7

0

a go

good singer? 6

What / their names?

b play

How often do you ___ for a walk? a go

b use

cdo

7

-~-----'

b play cdo a go 8 How often do you ___ chess?

Where/she yesterday?

-------------------------, When / your birthday? ~~~-------------------' How/ your holiday?

-------------------------' he/ your best friend?

~~--------------------' they/good friends?

Questions with How Put the words in the correct order to make questions. that

is

bui lding?

tall

How was your flight? long flight? was

How

1

,

swi mming

How

3

the

was

party?



he<

fa<

How

S date?



is

7

wide

your

bag?

he<

pool?

the

How

How

heavy is

your is

is

was

your How

deep

, , ,

house?

How often do you ___ puzzles?

a go

m

b play

How

garden?

,

, , ,

A: What's your date of birth? B: It's the fourteenth of August, nineteen eighty·

nine. (14/08/ 1989) A· When's your birthday? B· It's the ninth of November. f9 / 11) 1 A: What's your date of birth?

g, -:-:---:-_ _ _ _ _ _ . (l1/3/t99sl 2

A: What date is New Year's Eve? B, __________________ . (J,I >2)

3

A: What date is New Year's Day?



A: Whal's the date today?

s

A: When is her birthday?

B, B,



B,

II!) Write the name of the job. She dances. She's a dancer. He sings. 2

They write.

3

She works in business.

4

He makes music.

5 They work in science. 6

How often do you ___ to a gallery?

[email protected] 1

b play c do How often do you ___ tennis?

2

ago b play cdo How often do you ___ the piano? ago

b play

cdo

She acts.

7 They make art. 8 They play sport for a job. 9

· hid · (2019) · (10/ 6)

A: What's his date of birth?

Vocabulary Choose the correct verb.

cdo

Complete the dialogues. Write the date as you say it-

B,

How

How toll is that building ? fligh t? How your was



c do

-------------------------, he/a teacher?

-------------------------,

_

How often do you ___ aerobics?

a go b play cdo 4 How ohen do you ___ a computer?

She is in politics.

· (81.1200'})

Vocabulary I

Vocabulary I

money verbs

. : . Choose the correct word to complete each dia logue. A; Can you

me some money? I just need

tlO. a : I'm sorry. J haven't got any money at the moment.

1

a borrow ~ c pay A: (an I _ _ _ by credit card? B: No, I'm sorry. We don't take credit cards.

b spend c buy 2 A; How much doyou _ _ _ in your new job? a pay

B: About f15 0 a day.

a win 3 A; Dad, can I

c pay

b earn

some money?

B: No! I lend you money every week.

a win 4

b lend

A: Where do you

c borrow your clothes?

g

a Match 1-8 wi th a- h to make common teenage jobs.

, ,

5

b pay

3

4

clean and

,

5 help look deliver 7 8 work part-

b sell



jobs from Exercise 2a. B: Why don't you work nights in a factory? t

A: I like maths and science but my brother

doesn't. B: Why don't you _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ , 2

A: lUke working with other people, for example

in a shop. 3

A: Ilike children.

4

B: Why don't you A: I like being at home . B: Why don't you

5 6

B: Wow! It's really nice. Did you ___ some money?

b buy c win 9 A: Do you want to ___ some money in my new business? B: What sort of business is it? a invest b lend ( pay

, ,

A: I like getting up early and going out for a walk. B:

c invest

A:. look! This is my new car.

a lend

your brother with his homework newspapers d after your neighbours' children nights in a factory f time g cars h shelves

S: Why don't you _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ,

a spend b buy ( pay 6 A:. Why don'l you _ __ some money every monlh? B: No. I like spending il. a borrow b buy c save 7 "" 1 don't U~ Ihis mobile phone any more. S: WhV don't you it online?

8

tidy al home

A: I sleep in the day and I'm awake at night.

B: About £40.

a save

• b ,

b Complete the advice for teenagers. Use the

c spend

A: How much do you _ _ _ on eating in restaurants every month?

wash stack work

B: From a shop on Paul Remy Street. a buy

teenagers an d money

Why don't you _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ,

A: I don't want to work long hours.

B: Why don't you _ _ _ _ _ __ ___ , 7

A: I like working ou tside. B: Why don',

you .;;;;;;,;;=======~'

Grammar

m

1 Past Simple: regular verbs: positive

Pronunciation I

Rewrite the sentences in the Pa st Simple.

.:. a

I surf the Internet for three hours every day.

0)6 How is the final oed pronounced in each word? listen and write It/. Idl or bdl .

I surfed the Internet for three hours last night. 1

My sister helps me with my homework. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ yesterday.

2

He invests all his money in shares.

3

I borrow money from my parents. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ last week.

4

My friend s stack shelves in a supermarket. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ when they were teenagers.

5 We work nights in a factory. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ _ _ last year.

6

I wash my father's car. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ last Saturday.

liked

3

moved

4

helped

S

started

6

closed

7 8

cleaned

9

asked

" b

a

Complete the email with the Past Simple form of the verbs rrom the box.

wanted

2

"

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ this morning.

S He saves all his money. He hates spending it.

1

clean wttfIt

help

l ive

look

move

play

start

delivered

played cooked listen again and say the words.

a •

J7

listen. Complete the

sentences with the words you hear. I WQS In a caf~ ~slerday and my phone wos at home. 1

cook want

b!M l.!L M1

' 0 stacked

7 That boy delive rs our newspapers.

m

Pa st Simple oed endings

,

I to call work.. I _ _ _ to a man next to me and I _ _ _ his phone. work and I

3

to my

boss. Hello Lydia, How are you? I'm in Madrid. This is my first time here in 15



The guy in the tafe conversation.

S When I

years! It's all very different now.

university. Happy times! \ hope you're well. Send me an email. Love, Reina PS. The attachment is a photo of Madrid. Beautiful!

~

the call, I

the man.

'Nhen I was here last time I was a tee:nager. ~ worked as an with a Spanish family. They were very au pair and (1) work at 6:3Oa: m . every nice but it was hard work. 1(2) morning! In the day, I (3) the house and prac.tlsed my Spanish. In the evening, I (4) after the children d (5) them with their homework. At the weel
to my

6 Then he

b

me a job!

listen again. How is the final -ed pronounced for each verb?

Vocabulary I

money adjectives

. . a Put the letters in the correct order to make money adjectives. opro 1

kreob

2

chir

poor

ma

Complete the text with the correct form of the verbs in brackets .

v~ r;,o~~j early life

3

name

If

lrecauf with money

5

eerusgno

These days, people pay millions of dollars for Van

6

seelsrac with money

Gogh's paintings.

b Complete the dialogues with the adjectives from Exercise 1a. k. I never buy expensive things.

B: Oh, so you're very careful with money. I

A:. I haven't got any money at the moment.

B: Oh. so you're _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 2 A:. I never give money 10 other people and I never buy presents. B: Oh. so you 're realty _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 3

A; I've gal a lot of money. S: Oh. so you 're _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

If

A: I haven't got any money in the bank and I haven't got a job. S: Dh. so you 're very _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

5 A: I buy expensive presents for my friends and family. 8: Oh, so you're very _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

6 A:. I never look al the price of things. I just buy them. 8 : Oh. so you're a bit _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

But it was different in the past. When he was alive, Van Gogh was very poor and people didn't MIIlt (not want) to buy his paintings. Van Gogh (1) _ _ (be) born in lhe Hague. in Holland in 1853. In 1869 he

(2) _

(start)

work. His company, Goupil

& Cie, was from Paris. Van Gogh (3) _ _ (not II1OYe) to Pari. but he (4) _ (not stay) in The Hague. In 1873, he (5) _ _ (move) to london. H e (6) _ (be) in love with a

WOOlan called Eugenie Loyer but she (7) _ _

Grammar I

g

Past Simple: negatives and questions

(not love) him. Van

Gogh was very unhappy.

Correct the sentences. Use the prompts.

(_ like) his job and in 1874 he IllCM!d to Paris. But Van Gogh (9) _ (not

Steve lived in los Angeles.

stay) in Paris •••

He (8) _

He didn't live in Los Angeles. He Uved in Seattle. (Seattle) l

2

Our parents worked in a school.

b

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __ _ __ _ _ . (university)

Write questions and answers about Van Gogh. Use the prompts and the text in exercise 3a.

We parked in front of the cinema.

(Van Gogh/stay / Paris?)

A: Did Von Gogh stay in Paris? _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . (theatre) 3

I hated vegetables when I was a child.

B: No. he didn't. t

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . (fruit) ..

Miriam delivered newspapers when she was a teenager.

B' _ 2

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . (magazines) S I borrowed £10 from you.

(Van Gogh/move/london?) A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ?

_

_ _ _ __

(Van Gogh/love/Eugenie loyer?) A, _ __ __ _ _ __ _ ?

B' _ _ _ _ _ _ __ 3

_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . (€20)

(Eugenie loyer/love /Van Gogh?) A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ ?

B, _ _ _ _ __ __ 4

(Van Gogh/like/his job?) A, _ _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ ?

B, _ _ _ _ _ _ __

II

m

Correct the mistakes,

Listening

He didn't wanted to lend me $ 5,



He didn't want to lend me $5, 1

Did you to work for an international company?

----------------------------? :2

3 4

a

040 Cover the audioscript and listen . Match the events (1--6) with the dates (a-f).

Events

Dates

,

Gauguin was born

I didn't earned very much in that job.

3

Gaugui n moved back to France

• b ,

------------------------- ?

4

Gaugui n lived with Van Gogh

d

Was he live in London?

5

Gaugu in moved to Tahiti



----------------------------?

6 Gauguin died

My parents move here when I was fou r years old.

5

Rie was saved £50 a month last year.

6

What job did you when you were a teenager?

b

Gauguin moved to Peru

t855

'903 , 888

'89, 1848

' 849

Listen again and answer the questions.

What was Gaugu in's fu ll name?

Eugene Henri Paul Gauguin 1

When was Gauguin born ?

2

Who did Gaugu in move t o France with?

3

How long did Gauguin live with Van Gogh?

Pron unciation I 10:1and h:1

4

What did Gauguin think of Van Gogh's paintings?



5

What did Gauguin's wife and children do when he moved to Ta hiti?

7

Shamal and Yasir didn't to start a new business.

8

Who you worked for in Berlin?

----------------------------, a

038 Listen to the words from the box and complete the table.

,..., ....

four poor mean clean three he daughter see sure be boring tall

/0:/

, 1

/1:/

, ,

vour

3

3

4 5 6

4 5 6

7

7

b 0)9

she

Listen and complete the dialogues.

1

A: How old is your daughter? Is she ______ ? B: No, she isn't. ____________

2

A: The

3

A: Sean is ____________

isvery ______

B: I know. And the ______ are very ______ B: Are you

? Isn't ______ ;ust

-----? 4

A: Did you drink

cups of

------ ? B: No,

than ______

C Listen again and say the dialogues.

AUDIOSCRIPT A: This is a painting by Paul Gauguin. His full name was Eugene Henri Paul Gauguin. He was born in Paris on 7th June 1848. His family moved to Peru in 1849. B: Did they stay in Peru? A: No, they didn't. In 1855 Gauguin moved back 10 France with his mother. 8: Was he friends with Van Gogh? A: An interesting question. He lived with Van Gogh for three months in 1888, but Gauguin didn't like Van Gogh and he didn't like Van Gogh's paintings. B: When did Gauguin move to Tahiti? A: He moved there in 1895. His wife and children slayed in Europe. Gauguin didn't want to live in Europe and he loved art from other countries. He worked in Tahiti but it wasn't easy. He wasn't rich. He was wry ill and the police in Tahiti even arrested him! He died in 1903-

Vocabulary I

Grammar I

high Qumbers

m

. . Write the num bers. 2.150

a Complete the crossword with the Past Si mple form of the verbs.

two lhousond, one hundred and fifty

,,---

1

6)1

,

2

1,010

J

,80

"

15 .612

5

1.200,000

115 .2 00

8

2 00.109

,



,

r-

6 86.3 21

7

Past Simple: irregular ve rbs

-

,--

-

-

-

,

I

f-~

9

,. g

9.999

ACROSS

,

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J

41 Usten. Complete the interesting facts with [email protected] numbto,rs. 1

2 There are more than

countries in the

give

,,'

4 win 5 become 8 lake 9

Mount Everest is B,850 metres tall.

woOd. 3 About

~

DOWN

,

come

4 g. 5 buy 6 sell 7

leave

find

b Complete the sentences with the Past Simple form of the verbs in brackets.

6

There are over _ _ _ cars in the world .

My brother QQ1 (get) married last year. Oliver and Emma (buy) a house in Spain. :2 We (go) to the cinema last night. 3 I (see) her. She was at the party. 4 Rachel (say) 'no',

7

There are about _ _ _ pandas in China.

5

My manager and my wife _ _ _ (meet) your

6

He _ _ _ (give) me €tO yesterday.

7

Irena and I

"

people live in the Vatican City.

The River Nile in Egypt is

kilometres long.

5 lean calment died in 1997. She was _ __ years old.

8 There are between languages in the world.

daughter yesterday.

and _ _ _

9

The Pacific Ocean is about _ __

10

kilometres. The average person has between ____ aod ____ hairs on their head.

square

centre of Prague.

(fi nd) a beautiful hotel in the

m

Complete the text with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

Reading

a

Newly-weds win €15million in Euro Lottery

a Read the article and complete the table about Alex and Caterina. Alex

Catelina

full name: nationality: websites:

Janice and Derek Parker from Cornwall won (win) €15 mi liion in the Euro Lottery (get) last week. Janice and Derek (I) married on Saturday morning. 'We (2), _ __ (not go) on holiday,' (3) (say) Janice. 'We (4) (not have) any money. But we (5) (go) to a nice restaurant. In the evening, I (6) (look) at the lottery numbers and I (7) (be) so happy.' Last Friday, Derek (8) (buy) a present for Janice. What (9) (he/buy) for her? He (10) (not buy) her a new car or a new house. He ( II ) (buy) a new washing machine for her!

How to ... I •

Alex lew was born in 1984 in the UK. When he was 21 )ears otd, he was a university student and he was broke.. Then he had an idea . He started a website called Alillion Dollar Homepage. Alex sold pixelS on tlis webSite for $1 . There were one n-.on pbetS on his homepage. Big and small companies bought the pixels.. Whefl ~u dick on the pixefs. )'Ou go to their website. Alex started the business on 5th August 2005. On 11th January 2006. he sold the last 1.000 pixels on ebay!'of $38.100. The total income was $1.037 .100. Alex was a millionaire.

talk about questionnaire results

Write sentences about the questionnaire results. Use everyone. most people. some people or no one. Question 1 Do you Do you 3 Do you 4 Do you 5 Do you 6 Do you 7 Do you

,

Yes pay by credit card? lend money to friends? borrow money from friends? give a tip? save money every month? invest money in shares? buy things online?

60% 30% 65% 0% 75% 25% 0% 100% 100% 0% 40% 70% 35% 100%

1

Some people pov by credit cord.

2

Most people lend money to friends.

3 4 5 6 7

No

Caterina Fake was born in Pennsytvania in the USA. She started a website called Rickr with tier partner, Stewart Butterfield, in 2004. Rickr is a photo website. People can put their photos on Rickr and other people can see them. In 2005, tahoo! bougtlt Rickr for $35 million and Caterina started wooong for tahoo!. In 2009. she left tahoo! and started a new website called Hunch. In 2010, Hunch. com had over a million visitors.

b Read the article again and answer the questions. What was Alex's problem? He was broke. 1

What did Alex sell?

2

How much money did Alex earn?

3 What can people do on Rick,? 4 Who bought Rickr? 5 How much did they pay for it? 6 Who did Caterina work for from 2005 to 2009?

1

Chan es

Vocabulary I

Grammar I

life evenlS

. . Complete the dialogues with the correc t verb. A;

Do you like your job?

g

going to, posil ive

Wri te a sentence for each pictu re. Use a phrase from Exercise t a and going to.

B: No, t don't. I want to change jobs.

1

A: I joined the gym last week.

2

A: Our Rat is really small.

3

A:. I've got

fit?

s: Oh, do you want to

?

B: 00 you want to

a car but I can'l

B: 00 you want to

drive.

_~~

He's going to learn to drive.

,

to drive?

II

A: I don't live with my parents now.

5

A: What do you want to do when you finish

S: When did you

home?

school? 6

8: I want to a job. A:. Pedro isn't at university any more.

S: When did he 7

A: Did you her?

~~_

,

?

in love the first lime you met

B: Not the first time; maybe the second.

S A:. Do you want to B: Yes, but first I want to

married? someone

special. 9

A;

Is Mr Larson still with this company?

J

8: No, he isn'!. He was 67 so he decided to .0

.-- ,, ~'

Ie Do you like children?

....

B: Yes. I do. J want 10 ~_ a baby when I'm

"

aboul30. 11 A: Do you want to get a job when you finish school? B: No, I don't. I want to

4

to university.

~

12 A: My job is really boring. B: Why don't you your own business?

your job and

I'

~_ _

\

6

\

'~

~

m

Write a second sentence. Use the verbs from the box and going to .

Reading •

fi nd a new job lea.. e home move go to the beach go to bed da nce cook dinner be rich move to a hot count ry

a

Read the interviews (A-C) and match them to the pictures (1-3).

, ° ' 0-

m/ I ,'

He doesn't wa nt to live with his parents any more.

He 's going to leave home. This country is cold. 1 _ __

1

m

2

I went to bed late last night. I tonight.

early

3 4

Estelle doesn't like he r job. She We're on holiday. We

this afternoon.

S

He's a good businessman. He

6

She's a great chef. She

7

We've got a house in the city but we the co untry next year.

S

I love this song. I

tonight.

-J

to

Write dialogues. Use the prompts. O/retire next yearHmy father)

(I) Congratulations. How do you feel?

A: ., I'm going to retire next year.

B: Real/y? My fath er's going to retire next year. too. (Patricia/quit her job)(Stefan and Romero) A: Patricia's going to guit her job.

B: Real/y? Stefan and Romero are going to guit their jobs, too. 1

2

(we/have a baby)(my best friend) A, _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __

_

B' _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

_

(my sons/go to university)(my daughter) A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

3

(Davina/ learn to drive)(l) A, _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

4

(Mr Ramos / start his own business)(you) A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

5

Good. Reallv good. It was a great night for me.

What are your plans now? I'm going to go out and celebrate tonight. And then next week I'm going to have a long holiday with my famity. We're going to go to South Africa. I just want to swim in the sea and eat out in restaurants. My wife and my children are going to love it and I can't wait.

00 Congratulations. How do you feel at the moment? Oh, "m so happy. I can't believe it. This morning I was just a student and now I'm a Singer! What are your plans now? Well, I'm going to go out and celebrate tonight with my boyfriend. And then tomorrow I'm going to start work on my first album. It's going to be great - number one!

CD How do you feel? Are you sad? No, not really. I wanted to win but I'm really happy for Jason, too. He's a great actor. What are your plans now? Well. tonight I'm just going to go home and have dinner with my wife. But next week I'm going to start work on a new film. It's called Someone Sp ecial. I play an FBI agent

(I/get fit)(my brother) A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

b Read the interviews again. Complete the

B, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

sentences with A, B, or C.

h is an actor. 6

(they/leave home/ next month)(we) A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

,

B, _ __ _ _ _ _ _ __

3

__ and __ are going to celebrate tonight.

4

__ and __ are going to start work again soon.

2

__ is going to change jobs. and

are married.

S _ _ is going to fly to another country.

Vocabulary I

Granunar I going to: negatives and questions

emotions



. . a Find eight more adjectives of emotion in the word square.

R

M (~~__~ O __R~~E~~D) B

E

A

A

Eel

H

M

D

x

N

E

R

v

o

u

S

c

C

G

H

Q

H

M

z

C

K

R

A

l

H

A

u

A

T

l

y

p

o

A

E

p

R

E

o

E

p

R

E

S

S

E

o

l

Q

y

l

E

o

E

o

R

F

T

R

E

o

T

o

G

a

look at the table about Mel and her family. Write two sentences for each person / people. going to

not going to

eat a lot of vegetables

eat meat

do a lot of exerci se

surf the Internet every evening

2 me and my husband

move house

watch a lot of TV

3 my sister

get a new job

go out every night

4 my parents

travel abroad

buy a new car

Mel (me) t

my husband

I'm going to eat a lot of vegetables. I'm not going to eat meat. He ________________________ He ______________________

b How do you feel? Write sentences with an ad jective from exercise la.

2

Your pet cal dies.

3

She _________________________

4

They ________________________

We ________________________

I feel depressed. 1

You are in the cinema. It is the first hour of a four hour film. You don't like it.

2 A big present arrives at your door. It is for you. 3

q

5

6

We ___________________________

She ______________________ They ________________________

b

Write questions and answers for Mel and her family. Use the prompts and the table.

You are going to give a talk to 100 people at

(you / eat meat)

work.

Are vou going to eat meat? No, I'm not.

Some young teenagers write their names in paint

(your sister/ get a new job)

on your car.

Is vour sister going to get a new job? Yes, she is. (your parents/ buy a new car)

You went to bed lale last night and you woke up earty this morning.

t

Your manager at work says, 'Well done. You are

2

(your husband/ surf the Internet every evening)

3

(you and your husband /move)

------------------------ ?

very good at your job.' 7

Your manager at work says, 'You aren't very good

at your job: 8

You are alone at home in your living room. You

------------------------ ? 4

heal someone in your kitchen.

(your sister/ go out every night?)

------------------------? 5

(your parents/travel abroad)

------------------------- ? 6

(your husband/ do a lot of exercise)

-------?

II

m

Complete the dialogue . Use the prompts and the correct form of going to. A: Dad, I'm going to get married (I/get married). B: Married? Who to?

a

0.]

a listen to a story about a fisherman and his grandson. Put the grandson's pl ans into the correct order.

A: James, of course. B: Well, (1) _ _ _ _ _ (linet pay) for the wedding.

A: Dadl (2)

Listening

c---:---:::--- (you/say)

'congratulations'?

o retire early o earn a lot of money o relax o start a business

o buy a boat ill go to university o graduate

B: (J) _ _ _ _ _ ? (when/you/get married)

b

A: In the summer. B: (4) _ _ _ _ _ (we / not be) here. (s) (we / be) on holiday.

What are you going to do in life ? 1 And what _ _ __ _ _ _ _ _ _ after that?

A: (6) July and (7) AuguSt.

(you / be) back at the end of (we/ get) married in

listen again. Cover the audioscript and complete the questions with the words you hear.

2

3

What

business?

What

all that money?

And _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ with _ _ _ _ ?

S: Oh!

How

?

A: (8) (we / not have) a big wedding; just a hundred people.

S: A hund re d people? (9)

(where /

you l have) the wedding? A: Here in this ho use. B: In my house?

How to... I saygood bye

m

Circle the correct option to complete t he d ialogues.

A: Bye! B: Later see YOu.60u 1

I~YOU later see.

A: See you soon.

AUOIOSCR IPT

S: Yes, see you evening./tomorrow./weekend.

An old fisherman lived in a small house on the beach. He had a little boat and he went fish ing in his boat every day. He was poor but he was never angry or upset. One day, the fisherman's grandson c.ame to visit him and they went fishing in the little boat. 'You're a boy now,' said the fisherman, 'but you're going to be a man one day. What are you going to do in life?'

2

A: Goodbye.

3

A: See you on Monday.

B: Bye./Good./See.

B: Yes, have a nice weekend'/tomorrow'/

Monday. 4

A: See you tomorrow. B: Yes, Have a nice evening. / Have a nice holiday. /

Have a nice weekend.

Pronunciation I I g,uID "'I _

a

'Grandfather: said the boy, 'you're a fisherman but you're poor. J don't want to be poor. I'm going to go 10 university.' 'And what are you going 10 do after that?' asked the fishe rman. 'I'm going to graduate and start a business,' said the boy. 'What sort of business?' asked the fishe rman.

042. listen and ma rk the stress.

What are you gOing to do? 1

Are you going to have a party?

2

Where are you going to live?

3

Is she going to change jobs?

4

Who's going to tell him?

b

listen again and repeat.

'I don't know,' said the boy, 'bul l'm going to earn a lot of money.' 'What are you going to do with all that money?' asked the fisherman. 'I'm going to retire early and I'm going 10 have a 101 of free time,' said the boy_ 'And what are you going to do with your free time?' asked the fisherma n. 'I'm going to relax and enjoy my life,' said the boy. 'How are you going to do that?' asked the fisherman_ The boy thought for a while and then said, 'I'm going to buy a little boat and go fishing every day.' 'Welcome to my world,' said the fisherman.

II

Grammar I



why an d because

Write dialogues in the Past Sim ple with why and because. Use the prom pts.

. . Put the words in the correct order to make sentences. tale? you Why Why are you late? bus

Because

are

come.

didn't

the

Because the bus didn't come. t

you upset? Why are A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

"m

,

Because

broke.

(they / dance all night/good party) A: Why did they dance all night?

B: Because

it was a good party.

g,

was

Why

excited?

Karen

A,

to,

holiday g,

3 your

home?

at

got

they

money.

aoy

Because

do

live 1

married? in

Italy

a

Why

haven't g,

"

sh,

sisters

"



booked

Because

(she/cycle up the hill/ want to get fit) A, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , 8 , _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

get

Because

you

Why

were

love.

w,

Why

a lot of

did

8, 5 money?

did

Henri

borrow

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